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Do MCS Servers auto-sense available power?

Hi all,

I've a query on following server models. A client of mine is planning to upgrade the data centre to 208V power. I am looking forward to confirm if following servers will support 208V and if it is auto-sensing.

MCS-7825H3-K9-UCA1

MCS7825H3-K9-CMA2

MCS-7845-H2-CCX1

It seems, the answer is YES, it's auto-sensing and support 208V power. I got following figures from Datasheets and I am looking forward to confirm if my understanding is correct.

As per MCS 7825 H2 Data-sheet, following are the power requirements:

Input requirements
(per power supply)

Rated line voltage

100-120 VAC and 220-240 VAC

Rated input current

6A (100 - 120 VAC)
3A (220 - 240 VAC)

Rated input frequency

47 - 63 Hz

As per MCS 7845 H2 Data-sheet, following are the power requirements:

Input requirements
(per power supply)

Rated line voltage

100-132 VAC, 200-240 VAC

Rated input current

10A (100 VAC), 10A (120 VAC), and 6.1A (200 VAC)

Rated input frequency

50-60 Hz

Rated input power

1000, 1056, and 1205W

Thanks in advance,

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Do MCS Servers auto-sense available power?

Yes, it is supported and servers will negotiate proper voltage.

HTH,

Chris

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