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Total Load shown

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Semih K. on 2018-10-27


Hello,

 

Can it be shown total load equal the estimated load?

 

edited:

Can I adjust the total power equal the estimated load without calculation failover load and PSU Uncertainty ?

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Re: Total Load shown

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2018-10-29


Hi Semih,

As illustrated, the tool-tip (in Power overlay) should display the Total loads and the Estimated loads (on each connected phases).

Kind regards

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Re: Total Load shown

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Semih K. on 2018-10-30


Hi Jef,

My question is for the Power Dependency

 

My DCO capacity overview seen as %105 

Can I adjust the total power equal the estimated load without calculation failover load and PSU Uncertainty ?

 

 

Kind regards

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Re: Total Load shown

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Behram Sarialioglu on 2018-11-05


Dear Jef Faridi

The question here is about PSU and failover load's. Is there any way to avoid it, or which parameters are effecting PSU and Failover?  We will be glad if you highlight us the logic behind the PSU and Failover calculation.

Warmest regards

Behram 

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Re: Total Load shown

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2018-11-05


Hi Semih,

I don't think they can be manually adjusted, calculations are based on the setup itself. Just to mention what the Total load is (in the Power Dependency tab): 

Total load is sum of the "Estimated load" + Failover load + PSU Uncertainty + Reserved for Dist. Redundancy.

Total load can be equal to Estimated load, if the other 3 items in the equation have no values.

 

Hi Behram,

Fail overload and PSU Uncertainty calculations are basically depend on the setup itself. For more details and description please see the following pages (and other related pages):

Understanding the new Capacity implementation

About power supply unit uncertainty

Redundancy examples

Kind regards

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