Welcome to the new Schneider Electric Community

It's your place to connect with experts and peers, get continuous support, and share knowledge.

  • Explore the new navigation for even easier access to your community.
  • Bookmark and use our new, easy-to-remember address (community.se.com).
  • Get ready for more content and an improved experience.

Contact SchneiderCommunity.Support@se.com if you have any questions.

Close
Invite a Co-worker
Send a co-worker an invite to the Exchange portal.Just enter their email address and we’ll connect them to register. After joining, they will belong to the same company.
Send Invite Cancel
84587members
353854posts

Breaker Configuration does not support racks estimated load

EcoStruxure IT forum

A support forum for Data Center Operation, Data Center Expert, and EcoStruxure IT product users to share knowledge on installation, configuration, and general product use.

DCIM_Support
Picard
Picard
0 Likes
2
122

Breaker Configuration does not support racks estimated load

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Paul Baker on 2016-08-02


Hi all

 

Ive just entered a load of servers into a rack in DCO.

The racks physical power limit is 24.54kW ( 

estimated load is 9.55kW

Potential Failover load is 9.32kW

Im at a loss to understand what this error means with these figures ?

 

thanks

 

(CID:106891457)

2 Replies 2
DCIM_Support
Picard
Picard
0 Likes
0
122

Re: Breaker Configuration does not support racks estimated load

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Gert Lehmann on 2016-08-02


The mentioned recommendation looks a the breaker limit for each power phase on each rack PDU, and will show up if the estimated load + failover load on that particular breaker exceeds the limit.

 

E.g. if you have a rack with 1 three phase rack PDU and connected all servers to L1, then you have exceed the breaker capacity of L1 at 1/3 of the total rack capacity.

(CID:106891475)

DCIM_Support
Picard
Picard
0 Likes
0
122

🔒 Closed

This question is closed for comments. You're welcome to start a new topic if you have further comments on this issue.