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Part Number: 5437-092
Product Type: Expanded Chassis Power Supply Module
Dimension: 6.25 x 3.50 x 2.75
Repair: 3-7 Day
Availability: In Stock
Weight: 0.55 lbs
Country of Origin: United States
5437-092 is an Expanded Chassis Power Supply Module manufactured and designed by Woodward and used in Gas Turbine Control Systems. An expanded chassis power supply module, also known as an expanded chassis power supply unit (PSU), is a component used in computer systems or server racks to provide electrical power to various components and devices. It is an upgraded version of a standard power supply unit that offers additional power capacity and features to support more demanding configurations. The primary function of an expanded chassis power supply module is to convert the alternating current (AC) power from a wall outlet into direct current (DC) power that can be used by the computer's internal components. It ensures stable and regulated power delivery to prevent damage to sensitive electronic devices.
The expanded chassis power supply module is designed to deliver higher power output compared to standard power supplies. It is commonly used in high-performance gaming computers, server systems, or workstations that require additional power to support multiple graphics cards, high-end processors, large storage arrays, or other power-hungry components. Some key features and benefits of an expanded chassis power supply module may include:
Higher Power Output: These modules typically offer power outputs ranging from 1000 watts to several kilowatts, allowing for the support of demanding hardware configurations.
Modular Design: Many expanded chassis power supply modules have a modular design, which means they come with detachable cables. This feature provides flexibility in cable management, allowing users to connect only the cables they need, reducing clutter, and improving airflow within the system.
Efficiency and Power Management: These power supply units often adhere to high-efficiency standards, such as 80 PLUS certification, which ensures that they convert AC power to DC power with minimal energy loss. They may also include power management features like active power factor correction (PFC) and smart fan control to optimize power usage and reduce noise levels.
Redundancy and Fault Tolerance: In server environments, expanded chassis power supply modules often come with redundancy features. This means multiple power supply units are installed, providing backup power in case of a failure. Redundancy helps ensure continuous operation and prevents system downtime.
Overload and Surge Protection: Expanded chassis power supply modules are equipped with built-in protections against power spikes, voltage fluctuations, and overloading. These safeguards help safeguard the connected components from potential damage due to electrical issues.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
What is the difference between a standard power supply unit and an expanded chassis power supply module?
An expanded chassis power supply module offers higher power output and additional features compared to a standard power supply unit. It is designed to support more demanding configurations, such as multiple graphics cards, high-end processors, or large storage arrays.
Why would I need an expanded chassis power supply module?
You may need an expanded chassis power supply module if you have a high-performance computer, gaming system, or server setup that requires more power than a standard power supply unit can provide. These modules are suitable for power-hungry components and configurations that demand increased wattage and stability.
Can I use multiple expanded chassis power supply modules for redundancy?
Some expanded chassis power supply modules offer redundancy features, allowing you to install multiple power supply units. This setup ensures that if one unit fails, the others can continue supplying power to the system, preventing downtime.