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how to simulate AC 220V in DCO?

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how to simulate AC 220V in DCO?

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by ziqiang wu on 2015-12-16


Dear experts,

I'm simulating a server receiving power from AC 220V, but I received a "rackPDU is not powered" info, could you tell me how to implement that? 

Here's the steps I did:

  1. put a PDU(InfraStruXure Modular IT Power Distribution Unit 277KW 400A 400V 72 Pole 300mm Rack) in the room
  2. in "properties -> power" option of the PDU, set "output voltage" to 220(110)/50"; and set "input voltage" to 380/50 (also, is it possible to set it to 220/50 one phase?)

    3. put a rack in the room (Netshelter Sx 42u 600mm Wide X 1070mm Deep Enclosure With Sides)  and put a RPDU(Rack PDU 2G, Metered, ZeroU, 11kW, 230V, (36) C13 & (6) C19) on it.

   4. in "properties->power dependencies" of RPDU,  set power supply.

     5. The information shows "rackPDU is not powered".

Please help.

Thanks with Best Regards,

Ziqiang

(CID:105458232)

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Re: how to simulate AC 220V in DCO?

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Valentin Kozlov on 2015-12-16


HI!

For your RPDU's voltage you need to set 400 V output voltage on PDU. It is 3-phase system and in this field you choose L-L voltage.

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