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Power Pack /B-Series Family
QuickSpecs
Overview
The HP StorageWorks 4/32 SAN Switch delivers excellent overall value and investment protection as the foundation for a small SAN
or as an edge switch in a larger core to edge enterprise SAN.
Whether incorporated into an expansive core fabric or tactically placed at the edge, this switch delivers the performance of 1,2, or 4
Gb technologies in a 1u footprint. The switch is available in three models:
HP StorageWorks 4/32 SAN Switch Power Pack with 32 active ports and value added software
HP StorageWorks 4/32 SAN Switch with 32 active ports (Full)
HP StorageWorks 4/32 SAN Switch with 16 active ports (Base)
An optional 8 port license scales the number of active ports to 24 or up to 32 ports.
Each switch variant has removable redundant power supplies and removable redundant cooling units. The switch is ideal for
supporting medium to large corporate infrastructure implementations.
The 4/32 SAN Switch Power Pack includes the 4/32 SAN Switch (Full) with additional software: Fabric Watch, ISL Trunking,
Extended Fabric, and Performance Monitor. Power Pack software provides SAN administrators with the necessary tools to monitor the
health and performance of the network while insuring the highest levels of security, scalability, and manageability.
Small form factor pluggable optical transceivers (SFPs) must be ordered separately.
Key Features and Benefits
Protects existing investments by providing 4 Gbit/sec technology with auto-sensing capabilities to recognize earlier 1 and 2
Gbit/sec devices
Supports full 4 Gbit/sec operations at distances up to 100 kilometers (or 500 kilometers at 1 Gbit/sec) for cost-effective
business continuance operations. Requires appropriate 4Gb SFPs.
Increases network performance with enhanced Inter-Switch Link (ISL) Trunking, which enables a high-speed data path up to 32
Gbit/sec
Utilizes Ports on Demand for fast, easy, and cost-effective scalability from 16 to 24 ports
Meets high-availability requirements with redundant, hot-pluggable components, non-disruptive software upgrades, and hot
code activation for a wide range of SAN configurations
Leverages intelligent B-series SAN management and monitoring tools to increase operational efficiency and maximize SAN
investments
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QuickSpecs
Models
HP StorageWorks 4/32
SAN Switch Models
HP StorageWorks 4/32 SAN Switch Power Pack
HP StorageWorks 4/32 SAN Switch with 32 active ports
HP StorageWorks 4/32 SAN Switch with 16 active ports
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Power Pack /B-Series Family
QuickSpecs
Product Highlights
4/32 SAN Switch
Simplifies enterprise SAN deployment by combining higher edge switch port density with
exceptional scalability, performance and reliability
Delivers 16, 24, or 32-ports in a 1U enclosure
Meets enterprise level availability requirements with redundant, hot pluggable components, nosingle-points-of-failure within the switch
Provides 1 Gb, 2 Gb, and 4Gb/s* performance
Employs optional Inter-Switch Link (ISL) Trunking to provide a high-speed data path between
switches which enables a high speed data path between 4Gb/s switches up to 32 Gbit/sec
*Full 4Gb/s end to end storage performance requires 4 Gb/s HBAs, 4Gb/scontrollers, and 4Gb/s
switches. 4Gb/s ISL performance can be obtained between two 4Gb/s switches.
Configuration Support
High-availability features
http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/storageworks/san/documentation.html
Redundant, hot swappable cooling fans
Redundant, hot swappable power supplies
Field replaceable motherboard
Enhanced Fault Detection Logic
Parity protection on all data paths and system memory
Advanced Fabric Services
Hardware and Software Enforced Zoning
Frame Filtering
Built-in Web browser management tools
Cabinet Support
22U, 36U, and 42U; 5000, 9000 and 10,000 series StorageWorks Cabinets are supported
25U, 33U, and 41U HP system/e cabs
Software Components, Standard, Base Models
Frame Filtering
An ASIC based capability that enables new applications and features. The switch has the ability to "view"
the first 64 bytes of the Fibre Channel frame. At this time, Frame Filtering enables advanced capabilities
such as Advanced Zoning and Advanced Performance Monitoring.
Advanced Zoning
WWN Zoning and Access Control are enforced by hardware that provides the same simple
administration previously enforced only with software. Administrators can organize a physical fabric into
logical groups and prevent unauthorized access by devices outside the Zone.
Web Tools
WebTools is an intuitive and easy-to-use graphical interface that enables organizations to monitor and
manage SAN fabrics. Tasks can be performed through a Java-capable Web browser from a standard
laptop, desktop PC or workstation from any location within the enterprise.
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Product Highlights
Software Components, Optional
SAN Switch 4/32 Power
Pack Software Bundle
The Power Pack Software Bundle for SAN Switch 4/32 includes the following:
Fabric Watch
Performance Monitor
Extended Fabric
ISL Trunking
Fabric Watch
Fabric Watch enables each switch to monitor the SAN for potential faults and automatically alert network
managers to problems before they become failures. Fabric Watch tracks a variety of SAN fabric
elements, events, and counters. Monitoring fabric-wide events, ports, SFPs, and environmental
parameters permits early fault detection and isolation as well as performance measurement. Each switch
in the SAN needs its own Fabric Watch license.
Advanced Performance
Monitor
This enabling technology helps administrators monitor and watch specific fabric metrics from a SID
(Source ID) to a DID (Destination ID), so they can fine-tune and scale the fabric more efficiently. Plus,
Advanced Performance Monitoring includes the ability for early warning detection of hot spots within the
fabric, a powerful tool for maintaining overall balanced performance.
Extended Fabric
Extends all of the scalability, reliability, and performance benefits of Fibre Channel Storage Area
Networks (SANs) beyond the native 10 km distance specified by the Fibre Channel standard.
ISL Trunking
For high performance enhanced Trunking, this optional license logically groups up to four E-ports to
provide a high bandwidth trunk between two switches. Each 4Gb switch needs its own license. The switch
operating system views the trunk as a single, high bandwidth resource (up to 32Gb) when routing
connections between 4G switches. Connections are load-balanced across the individual links, which
comprise the logical trunk group.
Fabric Manager
Fabric Manager is a highly scalable, Java-based application that manages multiple switches and
multiple fabrics (up to eight) in real time, helping SAN administrators with SAN configuration,
monitoring, dynamic provisioning, and daily management. SAN administrators gain rapid access to
critical SAN information across multiple personality fabrics, including both Fabric OS SANs and
enhanced Secure Fabric OS SANs.
Secure Fabric OS
Secure Fabric OS™ is available only on the B-Series platform and is the only solution that provides
protection for both management access and switch-to-switch authentication. This comprehensive security
solution for SAN fabrics provides policy-based security protection for more predictable change
management, assured configuration integrity and reduced risk of downtime. Secure Fabric OS protects
the network by using the strongest, enterprise-class security methods available, including digital
certificates and digital signatures, multiple levels of password protection, strong password encryption and
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)-based authentication, and 128-bit encryption of the switch's private key
used for digital signatures. With its flexible design, Secure Fabric OS enables organizations to customize
SAN security to meet specific policy requirements. In addition, Secure Fabric OS works in conjunction
with Advanced Zoning to further secure access to the SAN, simplify storage management, and reduce
provisioning time.
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QuickSpecs
Service and Support, HP Care Pack, and Warranty Information
Warranty
NOTE: The hardware warranty covers firmware and embedded non-saleable software. For extended
hardware installation and maintenance information, click the link below:
http://h18005.www1.hp.com/services/carepaq/us/install/
http://h18005.www1.hp.com/services/carepaq/us/hardware/.
NOTE: Certain restrictions and exclusions apply. Consult the Customer Support Center for details.
Hardware or Software product installation is not included in the warranty, but is available and highly
recommended.
HP Service & Warranty
Support
HP Service & Warranty Support Additional Warranty protection and/or HP Installation packages can be
purchased.
NOTE: Certain restrictions and exclusions apply. Consult the Customer Support Center for details. HP
provides a one-year, hardware limited warranty, fully supported by a worldwide network of resellers and
service providers. The first year of Rights to New License Version and standard business day, standard
business hours telephone support is included with the purchase of an HP Power Pack. In order to
continue to receive telephone support and Rights to New License Version after the first year, the purchase
of a software support contract or Care Pack is required.
In addition, available service offerings include a full range of HP Care Pack packaged hardware and
software services:
Installation
Extended coverage hours and enhanced response times
System management and performance services
For more information on warranty and support options, please visit our Web site at:
http://www.hp.com/hps/tech/storage/supp/.
Software Product Services Software Warranty - HP warrants only that the software media will be free of physical defects for a period
of ninety (90) days from delivery.
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY -The entire liability of HP and its suppliers and your exclusive remedy for software
that does not conform to this Limited Warranty shall be the repair or replacement of the defective media.
This warranty and remedy are subject to your returning the defective media during the warranty period to
HP in the country in which you obtained the software.
NOTE: Certain restrictions and exclusions apply. Consult the Customer Support Center for details.
Hardware or Software product installation is not included in the warranty, but is available and highly
recommended.
Hardware Product
Services
(1-1-1) Hardware Warranty; 1-year parts; 1-year on-site (8x5, next business day response) and 1-year
labor.
NOTE: The hardware warranty covers firmware and embedded non-saleable software. For extended
hardware installation and maintenance information, click the link below:
http://h18005.www1.hp.com/services/carepaq/us/install/
http://h18005.www1.hp.com/services/carepaq/us/hardware/.
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QuickSpecs
Service and Support, HP Care Pack, and Warranty Information
HP Care Pack Services
Warranty Upgrade
Options
Service offerings include a full range of Customer HP Care Pack services for both hardware and software
services:
Response - Upgrade on-site response from next business day to same day 4-hours
Coverage - Extend hours of coverage from 5 days x 9 hours to 7 days x 24 hours
Duration - Select duration of coverage for a period of 1, 3, or 5 years
Additional Warranty protection and/or HP Installation packages can be purchased.
NOTE: Certain restrictions and exclusions apply. Consult the HP Customer Support Center for details
HP Care Pack Information HP Care Pack is defined as an upgrade to the product warranty attribute, available for a specific
duration and hours of coverage.
HP Care Pack is not available for less than the product's warranty duration.
HP Care Pack is available for sale anytime during the warranty period for most products, but the
commencement date will be the same as the Warranty Start Date (delivery date to end user
customer). Proof of purchase may be required.
HP Care Pack services are prepaid.
For additional HP Care Pack (hardware & software) information, as well as orderable part numbers,
please refer to the URL listed below:
http://h18005.www1.hp.com/services/carepaq/index.html
Additional Services
Installation service; SAN Solution service; SAN-Environmental Support service; SAN Architecture service;
Proactive 24
For more information on these and other service options, please contact any of our worldwide sales
offices or visit our Web site at: http://www.hp.com/hps/support
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Family Information
Features
4/8 SAN Switch Base 4/16 SAN Switch
4/32 SAN Switch
4/64 SAN Switch 4/256 SAN Director
and 4/8 SAN Switch
and 4/16 SAN
and 4/32 SAN
and 4/64 SAN
and 4/256 Power
Switch Power Pack Switch Power Pack Switch Power Pack
Pack
Targeted
Workgroups,
Workgroups,
Workgroups,
Workgroups,
Data Centers
Environment
Departments
Departments
Departments
Departments
Port Bandwidth
4Gbit/sec
4Gbit/sec
4Gbit/sec
4Gbit/sec
4Gbit/sec
Aggregate device
64 Gbit/sec
128 Gbit/sec
128-256 Gbit/sec 512 Gbit/sec end-to- 3.264Tbit/sec endbandwith
end-to-end
end-to-end
end-to-end
end
to-end
OS Support
NOTE: Please Refer to SAN Design Guide pointer
http://www.hp.com/go/SANdesign or http://www.hp.com/go/SANdesignguide
Storage system
MA8000
MA8000
MA8000
MA8000
MA8000
support
EMA12000/
EMA12000/
EMA12000/
EMA12000/
EMA12000/
EMA16000
EMA16000
EMA16000
EMA16000
EMA16000
EVA, XP, VA, MSA
EVA, XP, VA, MSA
EVA, XP, VA, MSA
EVA, XP, VA, MSA
EVA , XP, VA, MSA
Ports
16 SFP
16 SFP
32 SFP
32 SFP Base
Up to 384 SFP
64 Total
Cascading support
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Advanced
Optional Upgrade Included with Power Included with Power Included with Power Included with Power
Trunking
Pack or Optional
Pack or Optional
Pack or Optional
Pack or Optional
Upgrade
Upgrade
Upgrade
Upgrade
Form factor
1U
1U
1U
2U
14U
Zoning Software
Yes (Included)
Yes (Included)
Yes (Included)
Yes (Included)
Yes (Included)
Hot plug, redundant
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
power supplies
Hot plug fans
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Enterprise Backup
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Solution (EBS)
support
Features
Brocade 4Gb SAN Brocade 4Gb SAN MSA SAN Switch 2/8
HP 400 MultiB-Series MultiSwitch for HP p- Switch for HP c-Class (embedded switch)
protocol Router
protocol Router
Class BladeSystem
BladeSystem
Blade
Targeted
Workgroups,
Workgroups,
Workgroups,
Workgroups,
Data Centers
Environment
Departments
Departments
Departments
Departments
Port Bandwidth
4 Gbit/sec
4 Gbit/sec
4 Gbit/sec
4 Gbit/sec
4 Gbit/sec
Aggregate device 64 Gbit/sec end-to- 128 Gbit/sec end-to- 128-256 Gbit/sec 512 Gbit/sec end-to- 3.264Tbit/sec endbandwith
end
end
end-to-end
end
to-end
OS Support
NOTE: Please Refer to SAN Design Guide pointer
http://www.hp.com/go/SANdesign or http://www.hp.com/go/SANdesignguide
Storage system
MA8000,
MA8000,
MA8000,
MA8000,
MA8000,
support
EMA12000/
EMA12000/
EMA12000/
EMA12000/
EMA12000/
EMA16000, EVA,XP, EMA16000, EVA,XP, EMA16000, EVA,XP, EMA16000, EVA,XP, EMA16000, EVA,XP,
VA, MSA
VA, MSA
VA, MSA
VA, MSA
VA, MSA
Ports
16 SFP
16 SFP
32 SFP
32 SFP Base
Up to 384 SFP
64 SFP PP
Cascading support
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Advanced
Optional Upgrade Included with Power Included with Power Included with Power Included with Power
Trunking
Pack or Optional
Pack or Optional
Pack or Optional
Pack or Optional
Upgrade
Upgrade
Upgrade
Upgrade
Form factor
1U
1U
1U
2U
14U
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QuickSpecs
Family Information
Zoning Software
Hot plug, redundant
power supplies
Hot plug fans
Enterprise Backup
Solution (EBS)
support
Yes (Included)
No
Yes (Included)
No
Yes (Included)
Yes
Yes (Included)
Yes
Yes (Included)
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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Power Pack /B-Series Family
QuickSpecs
Configuration Information
Step 1 – Base Configuration
Select one:
Model
4/32 SAN Switch
Power Pack
4/32 SAN Switch
Full
4/32 SAN Switch
Base
8 port upgrade license
Model Description
4/32 SAN Switch with 32 active ports; rackmount kit; accessory kit (enterprise safety
and regulatory information, installation guide, rack-mounting instructions), power
cords, Advanced Fabric OS, Advanced Web Tools, Advanced Zoning, Fabric Watch,
Advanced Performance Monitor, Extended Fabric, ISL Trunking. Includes serial cable
NOTE: Requires optical transceivers listed below
4/32 SAN Switch with 32 active port; rackmount kit; accessory kit
(enterprise safety and regulatory information, installation guide, rack-mounting
instructions), power cords, Advanced Fabric OS, Advanced Web Tools and Advanced
Zoning. Includes serial cable
NOTE: Requires optical transceivers listed below
4/32 SAN Switch with 16 active ports; rackmount kit; accessory kit (enterprise safety
and regulatory information, installation guide, rack-mounting instructions), power
cords, Advanced Fabric OS, Advanced Web Tools and Advanced Zoning. Includes
serial cable
NOTE: Requires optical transceivers listed below
8 port upgrade license for 4/32 SAN Switch (base model)
Part Number
A7394A
A7393A
A7537A
T3677A
Step 2 – Options
Select each type of required options with quantities specified:
Model Description
4 Gb Transceivers
4Gb shortwave transceiver- Single
Distance
2 Gb Transceivers
2 Gb optical cables
4Gb performance: 150 meters between devices
2Gb performance: 300 meters between devices
1Gb performance: 500 meters between devices
4Gb Long Wave transceiver - 10km (Availability in 3Q06)
Short Wave, 300 m, 2X, FC
Long Wave - 10 km
Long Wave - 35 km
LC-LC for between two 2 Gb or 4Gb devices
2 m LC-LC Multi-Mode Fibre Channel Cable
5 m LC-LC Multi-Mode Fibre Channel Cable
15 m LC-LC Multi-Mode Fibre Channel Cable
30 m LC-LC Multi-Mode Fibre Channel Cable
50 m LC-LC Multi-Mode Fibre Channel Cable
LC-SC for between a 1 Gb and a 2 Gb device
2 m LC-SC Multi-Mode Fibre Channel Cable
5 m LC-SC Multi-Mode Fibre Channel Cable
15 m LC-SC Multi-Mode Fibre Channel Cable
30 m LC-SC Multi-Mode Fibre Channel Cable
50 m LC-SC Multi-Mode Fibre Channel Cable
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1
Part Number
A7446B
1
1
1
1
AE493A
A6515A
A6516A
300836-B21
1
1
1
1
1
221692-B21
221692-B22
221692-B23
221692-B26
221692-B27
1
1
1
1
1
221691-B21
221691-B22
221691-B23
221691-B26
221691-B27
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QuickSpecs
Configuration Information
Step 3 – Optional Software
Software for 4/32 SAN
Switch
Fabric Manager , v5.x Base Edition (10 domains)
Fabric Manager, v5.x Enterprise Edition
Fabric Manager, v4 to v5 Enterprise License Upgrade
Fabric Manager, v4 to v5 Base License Upgrade
Fabric Manager, v5 base to v5 enterprise upgrade license
Power Pack Software Bundle
NOTE: The Power Pack Software Bundle kit includes Fabric Watch, ISL Trunking,
Extended Fabric, and Advanced Performance Monitor.
Extended Fabric
Fabric Watch
Advanced Performance Monitor
ISL Trunking
Secure Fabric OS
Fibre Channel Standards FC-FG Rev 3.5
And Revisions
FC-PH-2 Rev 7.4
FC-AL-2 Rev. 7.0
FC-AL Rev. 4.5
FC-GS-2 Rev 5.3
FC-PH Rev 4.3
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FC-PLDA Rev 2.1
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T4269A
T4272A
T4271A
T4273A
313448-B21
313458-B21
313454-B21
313450-B21
313452-B21
332925-B21
FC-VI Rev 1.5
IPFC RFC 2625
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Technical Specifications
System Architecture
Fibre Channel ports
Scalability
Certified maximum
Interoperability
Performance
ISL Trunking
Aggregate bandwidth
Fabric latency
Maximum frame size
Classes of service
Port types
Data traffic types
Media types
Fabric services
Management
Mechanicals
Options
Management software
supported
Management access
Diagnostics
Enclosure
Size
System Weight
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Full fabric architecture:
http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/storageworks/san/documentation.html
Refer to SAN Design Guide for current configuration information:
http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/storageworks/san/documentation.html
SAN Switch 8, SAN Switch 16, SAN Switch 8-EL, SAN Switch 16-EL, SAN
Switch 2/8v, SAN Switch 2/16v, SAN Switch 2/16N, SAN Switch 2/16, SAN
Switch 2/16-EL, Core Switch 2/64, SAN Switch 2/32, SAN Director 2/128;
4/256 SAN Director; 4/64 SAN Switch; 4/32 SAN Switch; 4/8 SAN Switch;
4/16 SAN Switch; Brocade 4Gb SAN Switch for HP p-Class BladeSystem;
Brocade 4Gb SAN Switch for HP c-Class BladeSystem; MSA SAN Switch 2/8';
HP 400 MP-Router; and HP MP-Router
1.063 Gbit/sec line speed (full duplex); 2.125 Gbit/sec line speed (full
duplex); 4.25 Gbit/sec line speed (full duplex); auto-sensing of 1 Gbit/sec, 2
Gbit/sec, and 4 Gbit/sec port speeds; optionally programmable to fixed port
speed; speed matching between 1, 2, and 4 Gbit/sec ports
Up to eight 4.25 Gbit/sec ports per ISL trunk; up to 32 Gbit/sec per ISL trunk
256 Gbit/sec end to end
<2.1 µsec with no contention, cut-through routing at 4 Gbit/sec
2112-byte payload
Class 2, Class 3, Class F (inter-switch frames)
FL_Port, F_Port, and E_Port; self-discovery based on switch type (U_Port)
Fabric switches supporting unicast and broadcast
Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) media; short-wave up to 500 meters (1640
feet); long-wave up to 10 kilometers (6.2 miles); extended long-wave up to
100 km (62.1 mi). Distance depends on fiber optic cable and port speed.
Simple Name Server; Registered State Change Notification (RSCN).
Optional fabric services include: Advanced Zoning; Fabric Watch; Extended
Fabrics; ISL Trunking; Advanced Performance Monitoring; WEB TOOLS
SFP media
Telnet; RADIUS,SNMP (FE MIB, FC Management MIB); Advanced WEB
TOOLS (optional); Fabric Manager (optional)
10/100 Ethernet port (RJ-45); Serial port (RS-232); in-band through
Management Server
POST and embedded online/offline diagnostics
Back-to-front airflow (non-Fibre Channel port side to Fibre Channel port side).
Power from rear. 1.0U, 19-inch EIA compliant
Width: 42.90 cm (16.89 in)
Height: 4.24 cm (1.67 in)
Depth: 58.42 cm (23.00 in)
9.25 kg (20.4 lb) with single power supply, no SFP
10.16 kg (22.4 lb) with dual power supplies, no SFP
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Technical Specifications
Environment
Temperature
Humidity
Altitude
Shock
Vibration
Airflow
Power
High speed
Low speed (65%)
Maximum output
System power
consumption
Nominal input voltage
Input line frequency
Minimum input voltage
Maximum input voltage
BTU rating (80%
efficiency)
Inrush current
Operating: 0° to 40° C (32° to 104° F)
Non-operating: -25° to 70° C (-13° to 158° F)
Operating: 20 to 85 percent non-condensing at 40°C (104°F)
Operating: Up to 3000 meters (9842 feet)
Storage: Up to 12 kilometers (39,370 feet)
Operating: 20 g, 6 ms half-sine
Non-operating: 15 g, 12-18 ms trapezoid
Operating: 0.5 g sine, 0.4 grms random, 5 to 500 Hz
Non-operating: 2.0 g sine, 1.1 grms random, 5 to 500 Hz
40 CFM (cu. ft./min)
27.5 CFM
210 Watts
120 Watts max, 80 Watts typical
110- 230 VAC, Universal
47 - 63 Hz
85 VAC
260 VAC
512 BTU/hr
Maximum of 15 amps for period between 10-150 ms at 50° C (122° F)
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The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and
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