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    Supermicro Microblade 2000W/1600W Redundant Power Supply (PWS-2K02D-BR)

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    Supermicro Microblade 2000W/1600W Redundant Power Supply (PWS-2K02D-BR)

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    • PMBus 1.2 Support for Remote Management
    • Microblade N+N Redundant Power Supply
    • High Efficiency DC to DC convertor
    • Supermicro Certified


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      The Supermicro PWS-2K02D-BR provides up to 2000W/1600w high output. It features PMBus 1.2 support for remote management and flexible redundancy control. The power supply IS High Efficiency DC to DC convertor.
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      Total Power Output 2000W/1600W
      Type Redundant
      Type of Power Supply -48Vdc Power Supply
      Form Factor MicroBlade
      Dimension (W x H x L) 106.5 x 283.3 x 84 mm
      +5V N/A
      +12V 133.3A (1600W) 166.7A (2000W)
      +3.3V N/A
      5V Standby N/A
      +12V Standby 4.2A
      Input Voltage Range -40 to -44Vdc / 1600W -44 to -66Vdc / 2000W
      Input Frequency Range 47-63Hz
      Input Current Range -40 to -44Vdc / 55 – 37A -44 to -66Vdc /55 – 37A
      Output Type Gold Finger (52 Power, 20 Single Pin)
      8Pin / 4Pin (12V) Connector Other: CBL-PEXW-0980 (see in attachment)
      PFC N/A
      PMBus Yes
      Energy Efficiency 90%+ Efficiency
      80 Plus Certification N/A
      Warranty 1 year warranty
      Product Environmental Compliance RoHS and REACH compliant, details available upon request
      Prop 65 Warning
      This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to