Power consumption of the H83DVCPD board

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Maximum power consumption:
8b: 60 W
17a: 55 W
12a: 55 W

Typical power consumption:
8b: 38 W
17a: 36 W
12a: 36 W

Static power consumption:
8b: 17 W
17a: 17 W
12a: 17 W

Note: The board power consumption is measured at 25°C with the voltage of -53.5 V. Deviation may exist due to power module difference and device discreteness.

Other related questions:
Power consumption of the TN52TOM board
The typical power consumption and maximum power consumption of the TN52TOM board are 81 W and 89.1 W respectively. The maximum power consumption refers to the power consumed by the board when it works normally under the highest ambient temperature.

Power consumption of the ELOG and LBF boards on BWS 1600G
1. ELOG Maximum power consumption at room temperature (25°C): E3ELOG: 46.0W E8ELOG: 37.8W Maximum power consumption at high temperature (55°C): E3ELOG: 48.1W E8ELOG: 41.6W 2. LBF Maximum power consumption at room temperature (25°C): E3LBF: 22.0W E8LBF: 23.9W E9LBF: 22.0W Maximum power consumption at high temperature (55°C): E3LBF: 26.0W E8LBF: 26.3W E9LBF: 26.0W

Method used to query board power consumption on the U2000
On the U2000, choose Configuration > NE Batch Configuration > Power Management from the main menu. Then, click the Board Power tab to query the nominal power consumption and the current power consumption of the board. The nominal power consumption of a board is a fixed value and has been calibrated in board software. The current power consumption of a board is the actual power consumed during board operation. The value is calculated based on the actual voltage and current.

Whether PIU boards support subrack power consumption queries
PIU boards support subrack power consumption queries. The query process varies depending on types of PIU boards. 1. The TN16PIU board provides the smart meter function to measure subrack power consumption on a real-time basis. 2. For other types of PIU boards, the system control board calculates the subrack power consumption based on the power consumption data of each board in the subrack. The power consumption data, including room-temperature typical power consumption and high-temperature maximum power consumption, is measured on a non-real time basis and recorded in the system control board.

Power consumption of the ELOG and LBF boards on BWS 1600G devices
1. ELOG Maximum power consumption at room temperature (25�?: E3ELOG: 46.0 W E8ELOG: 37.8 W Maximum power consumption at high temperature (55�?: E3ELOG: 48.1 W E8ELOG: 41.6 W 2. LBF Maximum power consumption at room temperature (25�?: E3LBF: 22.0 W E8LBF: 23.9 W E9BF: 22.0 W Maximum power consumption at high temperature (55�?: E3LBF: 26.0 W E8LBF: 26.3 W E9LBF: 26.0 W

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