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HP 10500 2500W AC Power Supply (JC610A)
User Guide
Part number: 5998-2201R
▌Power supply overview
The AC2500 (JC610A) is a power supply with AC input and DC output. It can provide
up to 2500 W DC output.
The AC2500 has the following features:
Table 1 Features of the 2500 W AC power supply
Feature
Description
Protection function
Protection for under-voltage input, over-voltage input,
over-voltage output, output short circuit, under-current
output, over-current output, and overheat.
Support for hot
swapping
You can plug in or unplug the power supply when the device
is operating properly.
Support for
redundancy
The power supplies can operate in N+1 or N+N redundant
mode. For more information, see "Power supply
configuration."
CAUTION:
• AC2500 cannot work with other models of power supplies in the same device.
• When the temperature of the power supply is higher than the upper limit of the
operating temperature, the power supply automatically shuts down. When the
temperature falls into the normal range, the power supply automatically starts.
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Front panel
Figure 1 Front panel of AC2500
(1) Captive screw
(3) Power receptacle
(5) Power input status LED
(2) Power supply handle
(4) Power output status LED
LEDs
A power supply has two status LEDs. The following table lists the LED status and
description.
Table 2 2500W AC LED description
LED
Sign
Color
Description
The power supply has no power input.
Power
input
AC
Off
The input voltage is too low, and the power
supply enters the protected state.
Green
The power input is normal.
2
LED
Power
output
Sign
Color
Description
Green
The power output is normal.
Red
The power supply encounters exceptional
power output problems. In other words, when
output short circuit, over-current output,
over-voltage output, under-voltage input, or
remote shutdown occurs, the power supply
enters the protected state.
Orange
The temperature of the power supply is too
high, and the power supply enters the
protected state.
DC
CAUTION:
• If a power supply has no power input, or the connected circuit breaker is off,
but another power supply is providing power to the system, it is normal that
the power output status LED is red.
• After the circuit breaker that connects to a power supply is off, it is normal that
the LEDs on the power supply last on for a while.
Technical specifications
Table 3 Technical specifications for the 2500W AC
Item
Specifications
Rated input voltage
100 to 240 VAC (50/60 Hz)
Rated output voltage
12 VDC
Maximum input current
16 A
Maximum output current
Maximum output power
Dimensions (H × W × D)
•
208 A @ 220 VAC
•
100 A @ 110 VAC
•
1200 W @ 110 VAC
•
2500 W @ 220 VAC
41 × 102 × 391 mm (1.61 × 4.00 × 15.36 in)
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Item
Ambient
temperature
Specifications
Operating
temperature
–10°C to +50°C (–14°F to +122°F)
Storage
temperature
–40°C to +85°C (–40°F to +185°F)
Power supply configuration
You can determine the number of power supplies to be configured for the system
according to the actual power consumption and power supply conditions.
•
In an environment with two mains power inputs, you can configure N+N
redundant mode.
•
In an environment with only one mains power input, you can configure N+1 or
N+N redundant mode.
•
For easy usage and maintenance, be sure to configure a proper circuit breaker
for each power input. The rated current of the circuit breaker must be more than
20 A.
NOTE:
In the term N+1 and N+N, the value of N depends on the number of power
supply slots in the device. N+1 or N+N must not be more than the total number
of power supply slots.
▌Installing and removing a power supply
Installing a power supply
Figure 2 illustrates the flow for installing a power supply. Strictly follow the sequence
to avoid possible dangers.
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Figure 2 Installation flow of a power supply
NOTE:
The device needs at least one power supply to provide power supply, so the
chassis has a power supply slot without a blank panel. For this slot, you can skip
"Remove the blank panel" in the figure above.
Before the installation, prepare an ESD-preventive wrist strap and a Phillips
screwdriver.
Installing the power supply
1. Wear an ESD-preventive wrist strap, and make sure the wrist strap makes good
skin contact and is properly grounded.
2. Use the Phillips screwdriver to unfasten the captive screws on the blank panel,
and remove the blank panel from the slot to be used (see callout 2 in the figure).
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Figure 3 Removing the blank panel
(1) Unfasten the captive screws on the blank panel
(2) Remove the blank panel
NOTE:
A power supply can be vertically or horizontally installed according to the power
supply slot, but the installation methods are similar. This document takes the
vertical installation method as an example, and gives different diagrams for key
steps.
3. Unpack the power supply.
4. Holding the handle of the power supply with one hand and supporting the bottom
of the power supply with the other, slide the power supply along the guide rails
into the slot.
NOTE:
The blank panel is printed with a diagram of correct installation direction. You
can follow the instruction to install the power supply. As shown in Figure 4
(vertical installation) and Figure 5 (horizontal installation), be sure of the correct
direction of the power supply.
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Figure 4 Installing the power supply into a vertical slot
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Figure 5 Installing the power supply into a horizontal slot
5. Press the handle back into the notch of the power supply.
6. Use the Phillips screwdriver to fasten the captive screw on the handle to secure
the power supply.
Connecting the power cord
WARNING!
• Make sure each power cord has a separate circuit breaker.
• Turn off the circuit breaker before connecting the power cord.
To connect the power cord:
1. Plug the AC power cord connector into the receptacle of the power supply.
2. Route the power cord along the cabling rack, and fasten the power cord by using
cable ties.
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NOTE:
The cabling rack position varies by switch model. Route the cable as required.
• For how to fasten the power cord connected to a vertically-installed power
supply, see Figure 6
• For how to fasten the power cord connected to a horizontally-installed power
supply, see Figure 7.
Figure 6 Fastening the power cord connected to a vertically-installed power
supply
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Figure 7 Fastening the power cord connected to a horizontally-installed power
supply
3. Plug the other end of the power cord into an AC power receptacle of the power
source, and turn on the connected circuit breaker.
4. Verify that the input status LED is ON. It indicates that the power cord is correctly
connected. If the input status LED is OFF, troubleshoot the installation process
until the input status LED is ON.
Removing a power supply
Figure 8 illustrates the flow for removing a power supply. Strictly follow the sequence
to avoid possible dangers.
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Figure 8 Removal flow of a power supply
NOTE:
The device needs at least one power supply to provide power supply, so the
chassis has a power supply slot without a blank panel. For this slot, you can skip
"Install the blank panel" in the figure above.
Before removing a power supply, prepare an ESD-preventive wrist strap and a
Phillips screwdriver.
Removing the power cord
1. Turn off the circuit breaker of the power cord.
2. Wear an ESD-preventive wrist strap, and make sure the wrist strap makes good
skin contact and is properly grounded.
3. Remove the cable ties, and pull the power cord out.
CAUTION:
After the circuit breaker that connects to a power supply is off, it is normal that
the LEDs on the power supply last on for a while.
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Removing the power supply
1. Use the Phillips screwdriver to unfasten the captive screw on the power supply.
2. Hold the captive screw and pull out the handle of the power supply.
3. As shown in Figure 9, grasp the handle of the power supply with one hand and
pull it out a little, support the bottom of the power supply with the other hand, and
then pull the module slowly along the guide rails out of the slot.
Figure 9 Removing the power supply
4. Put the power supply on an antistatic mat.
5. Install the blank panel back to the power supply slot, and fasten the captive
screws.
CAUTION:
Before inserting a removed power supply into a power supply slot, make sure the
LEDs on the power supply are both off.
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▌Documentation
To access documentation and support services, go to the Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Support Center website:
www.hpe.com/support/hpesc
5998-2201R
© Copyright 2015 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP
The information in this document is subject to change without notice.
BOM: 3101A0DP
Version: 6PW103
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