Cisco - power supply - hot-plug / redundant - 6000 Watt

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Product Id: 18615261

Description: Cisco - Power supply - hot-plug / redundant ( plug-in module ) - AC 110-240 V - 6000 Watt - for Nexus 7000, 7010

Mfr Part #: N7K-AC-6.0KW=

MSRP: $6,000.00

The Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Power Supply Modules deliver fault tolerance, high efficiency, load sharing, and hot-swappable features to the Cisco Nexus 7000 Series. Each Cisco Nexus 7000 Series chassis can accommodate multiple power supplies providing both chassis-level and facility power fault tolerance.
Cisco Nexus 7000 series power supplies are more than 90-percent efficient, so less power is wasted as heat and more power is available for the system to use than with typical power supplies. The 6.0kW AC power supply module for the Cisco Nexus 7000 Series is a dual 20-ampere AC input power supply.
Key Points
  • Multiple inputs
  • Hot swappable
  • Temperature sensor and instrumentation
  • Internal fault monitoring
  • Intelligent remote management
  • Variable fan speed
Product Features
  • Multiple inputs
    It provides redundancy within the power supply unit; if one input fails, power is still drawn from the other input.
  • Hot swappable
    It enables continuous system operations; no downtime when replacing power supply.
  • Temperature sensor and instrumentation
    It measures internal temperature and shuts down the power supply if temperature exceeds thresholds and prevents damage due to overheating of power supply unit.
  • Internal fault monitoring
    Detects short circuits and component failures within the power supply unit; if a failure is found, the unit is shut down.
  • Intelligent remote management
    Users can remotely power cycle one or all power supplies using the supervisor command-line interface, enabling remote management and improving operational efficiency.
  • Variable fan speed
    It allows reduction in fan speed for lower power use in well-controlled environments while helping ensure sufficient system cooling capacity.