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Part Number: 125840-01
Manufacturer: Bently Nevada
Availability: In Stock
Operating Temperature: -30 to +65 degrees Celsius
Storage Temperature: -40 to +85 degrees Celsius
Humidity: 95%, non-condensing
Function: AC Power Input Module
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)
125840-01 is a AC Power Input Module developed by Bently Nevada. The system Power Supplies are half-height modules that must be installed in special slots on the rack's left side. The rack can house one or two power supplies (any combination of ac and/or dc), with either supply capable of powering the entire rack. The second supply, if installed, serves as a backup for the primary supply.
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What is 125840-01?
It is a AC Power Input Module developed by Bently Nevada.
How are the system Power Supplies installed in the rack?
The system Power Supplies are half-height modules that need to be installed in specific slots on the left side of the rack.
Can the rack have more than one power supply?
Yes, the rack can accommodate one or two power supplies. They can be a combination of AC and/or DC supplies. A single supply is capable of powering the entire rack, and the second supply, if installed, serves as a backup for the primary supply.
What are AC Power Input Modules (PIM) used for?
AC Power Input Modules (PIM) are required for installations with an input voltage range of 175 to 250 Vac rms prior to Rev. R.
What happens in case of undervoltage or overvoltage?
Undervoltage will not harm the power supply or the AC Power Input Module. However, in the case of overvoltage, the fuse in the PIM will open.