Model IS-950R3NPD8

    XEAL IS-950R3NPD8 - power supply - 950 Watt

    Specs

    Power Device

    • Input Voltage
      AC 100-240 V
    • Power Output Connectors Details
      1 x power 24 pin main output
      1 x power 8 pin +12V with detachable 4 pin section
      1 x power 8 pin EPS12V
      10 x 4 pin internal power
      2 x 4 pin mini-power connector
    • Output Voltage
      +3.3, +5, ±12 V
    • Power Capacity
      950 Watt
    • Power Redundancy
      yes
    • Frequency Required
      47 - 63 Hz
    • Power Redundancy Scheme
      N+1
    • Power Provided
      950 Watt
    • Output Current
      +3.3V - 30 A / 1 A
      +5V - 40 A / 1 A
      +12V - 68 A / 2 A
      -12V - 0.5 A / 0 A
      +5VSB - 3 A / 0.1 A
    • 80 PLUS Certification
      80 PLUS

    Power

    • Power Redundancy
      yes
    • Power Redundancy Scheme
      N+1

    Miscellaneous

    • MTBF
      100000 hour(s)

    Environmental Parameters

    • Min Operating Temperature
      32 °F
    • Max Operating Temperature
      113 °F
    • Humidity Range Operating
      20 - 90% (non-condensing)

    Header

    • Brand
      XEAL
    • Product Line
      XEAL
    • Model
      IS-950R3NPD8
    • Packaged Quantity
      1
    • Compatibility
      PC

    Dimensions & Weight

    • Width
      3.4 in
    • Depth
      11.4 in
    • Height
      5.9 in

    General

    • Manufacturer
      iStarUSA

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