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Supermicro 1000/1200W Multi-Output PS2 Power Supply (PWS-1K26P-PQ)

  • Platinum Efficiency
  • Optimized for Workstations and Desktop Applications
  • Semi-Modular Cable Output
  • PMbus Remote Management Support
  • 17ms Hold Up Time
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The Supermicro PWS-1K26P-PQ is an 80 Plus Platinum power supply capable of supplying 1000W low-line and 1200W high-line output power at 92%+ efficiency. Enjoy the simplicity of active power factor correction (PFC) and automatically correct AC input for a full range of voltages and a quiet fan to keep it cool under heavy loads. Features a card edge connector for connection with the backplane of compatible Supermicro 1U systems. This power supply is designed to not only provide you reliable power to your high-performance workstation but also protect it from over voltage, over current, and short-circuiting via protective circuitry embedded into the unit. All materials contained comply with RoHS requirements and are certified by Supermicro.

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Total Power Output1000W / 1200W
Type of Power SupplyPower Supply
Form FactorTower
Dimension (W x H x L)150 x 86 x 185mm
+5V 20A
+12V83A (1000W) / 99A (1200W)
5V Standby3A
Input Voltage Range100-240Vac: 1000W / 100-240Vac: 1200W
Input Frequency Range50-60Hz
Input Current Range100-240Vac: 8A
Output Type24Pin ATX Cable Output
8Pin / 4Pin (12V) Connector24Pin / 8Pin /4Pin /4Pin Peripheral / SATA
Voltage / CurrentYes
Energy Efficiency92%+
80 Plus Certification80 Plus Platinum
Warranty1 year warranty
Product Environmental ComplianceRoHS and REACH compliant, details available upon request
Title Format Date
PWS-1K26P-PQ Spec Sheet JPG July 2022

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