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August 09, 2017, 10:45:12 PM
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HI all

i am receiving 25 asics in end of october and i have a big power set up problem
if someone of you can give me some help i will really apreciate it
here is the problem :
i have a 380 V installation ( 3 phases ) and i am living in France , my total power limit it's 36KVA and 60 amp per phase
I have  18 rigs already running
so for the moment i have to focus on set up 25 sockets 220 V each and each socket has to support 1200 W
So far after investigation it seems that I can plug 5 asics
On 1 breaker 20 amps as I am with 380 v tri phase and each breaker can support more than 7000 W
So I will need 5 breaker 20 amps and in each breaker Will be 5 asics connected
It will take 100 amps ( to divide on 3 phases )from my 180 total Amps
Hope I am not wrong
Again if someone don t agree with my calculation
I am focus to any suggestions
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August 09, 2017, 11:09:52 PM
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By the time you get the asics odds are the difficulty will be a lot higher and you may never get ROI. What ASICS are they? I need to see the power draw of them to check your math.
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August 10, 2017, 01:42:18 AM
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Speak to an electrician over randoms on the internet.

If you can afford 25 ASIC you can afford the few hundred dollars to install breakers and get the right advice.
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August 10, 2017, 04:33:45 AM
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Speak to an electrician over randoms on the internet.

If you can afford 25 ASIC you can afford the few hundred dollars to install breakers and get the right advice.

Pro advice
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August 10, 2017, 07:26:23 AM
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Speak to an electrician over randoms on the internet.

If you can afford 25 ASIC you can afford the few hundred dollars to install breakers and get the right advice.

This. Also, let professional build you mains and use 3 phase pdu's on top of that, i use these http://www.ebay.com/itm/381781937275
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August 10, 2017, 12:01:40 PM
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Speak to an electrician over randoms on the internet.

If you can afford 25 ASIC you can afford the few hundred dollars to install breakers and get the right advice.

This. Also, let professional build you mains and use 3 phase pdu's on top of that, i use these http://www.ebay.com/itm/381781937275

The APC PDUs are pretty good - although if you can, go for the 32A ones as even though they have 20+ connections, you could exceed 16A with three miners on 240/230V...  On eBay the price between 32A and 16A is very little..  and with the managed ones you can power cycle individual sockets if miners hang.
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August 12, 2017, 02:12:51 PM
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By the time you get the asics odds are the difficulty will be a lot higher and you may never get ROI. What ASICS are they? I need to see the power draw of them to check your math

It will be 5 D3 / 14 L3+ / 6 S9
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August 12, 2017, 03:10:51 PM
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By the time you get the asics odds are the difficulty will be a lot higher and you may never get ROI. What ASICS are they? I need to see the power draw of them to check your math

It will be 5 D3 / 14 L3+ / 6 S9

If you bought them using fiat money, you will ROI over the time. It will be even faster in case you have special electrical costs rather than the regular cost.
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