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Power consumption of a D380 server

 
Carlos Secades
Occasional Advisor

Power consumption of a D380 server

Hi,

could you please someone tell me the Power Consumption of a D380 server?

thanks in advance
regards
CARLOS
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Steven E. Protter
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Re: Power consumption of a D380 server

It has a 450 watt power supply.

All the relavent full power data is actually stamped on the power supply itself.

For more information:http://docs.hp.com/en/hw.html#D-Class%20Server

The power supply does have auto sense which lets it figure out whether the power is 110 volt or 220 volt.

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harry d brown jr
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Re: Power consumption of a D380 server

http://www.southwestcomputersolutions.com/specs/hp9000_d380w2.html

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Carlos Secades
Occasional Advisor

Re: Power consumption of a D380 server

Thanks a lot for your help.

Now I have another server to find its Power Consumption.

HP Netserver 5/100 LS2

Could you please help me on that? I can't find it on the links you sent me

thanks again
CARLOS
timmy b.
Honored Contributor

Re: Power consumption of a D380 server

Carlos,
A word of caution: Not all D Class server power supplies were auto-ranging. Some models had a 110/220 switch near the power cord receptacle. WARNING: If this switch is set to 110 and you plug in 220 you will cause irrepairable damage to the power supply. (Voice of experience, that loud SNAP is not a good thing!)

The Netserver LS line came with a 470W power supply.
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