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Author Topic: 48v HP/Compaq blade server power supplies 240V 3-phase input 18KW each  (Read 1747 times)
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May 24, 2012, 07:35:20 PM
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I'm pretty sure this is a long shot, but I figured I'd post anyway, to see if anyone was interested. Imgur album here: http://imgur.com/a/RL5xI

Selling two separate units asking $300 each. These are new in box, actually on a pallet. This includes the rack enclosure that holds six 3KW power supplies, and also the power supplies themselves. They can be connected together to double the power output. The rack enclosure splits the PSUs into 2 banks of 3, delivering up to 5.9KW of N+1 redundant power per bank. The banks can be connected together to get N+2 redundancy at about 10.8 kilowatts, and about 18 KW with no redundancy.

The enclosures have 2 separate 3-phase inputs each. They are intended for use with old HP/Compaq blade servers, but could probably be re-purposed for other things such as driving CNC stepper motors or charging batteries. No guarantees on functionality outside of intended use, but could work if you know what you are doing.

Note: Only one of these comes with the pictured owner's manual, rail kit, and current sharing link wire. First come, first served.
Can ship LTL anywhere in the US for an extra cost. Let me know your location and ZIP code for a quote. Price negotiable, make an offer! Local pickup in Columbus, Ohio. Asking $175 each set.

Note: The first image isn't mine, but it shows the back of the enclosure a bit better.


Not my picture, but shows the rear better.


Both sets of power supplies. The one with the box also has the rail kit and manuals.


The label on one of the PSU modules.


Shot of the rear of the device when packed on the pallet.


Manuals and rail kit. Note: Only included with one of these. First come, first served.


Front of the enclosure where the PSUs reside.

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May 25, 2012, 07:36:24 PM
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Mining Rig Extraordinaire - the Trenton BPX6806 18-slot PCIe backplane [PICS] Dead project is dead, all hail the coming of the mighty ASIC!
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May 28, 2012, 02:28:11 PM
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No one has ever dreamed of 36kw of 48v? Grin

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July 12, 2012, 02:53:13 PM
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Damn, I still have these things laying around. Undecided
I thought they were 12v when I bought them, but then found out they were 48v. Sad

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