product specification
Part Name: 91.85032.H01
Model No: HP-850-G14C
Document Version: A0
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
Release Date: 2010/6/30
Approved by :
Checked by :
HIGH POWER ELECTRONIC CO., LTD
TEL: + 886-2-2659.2535
Fax : +886-2-2659.2265
Prepared by :
SIRFA International Co., Ltd.
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Table of Contents
1 General
1.1
Scope
2 Input Characteristics
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Max. Input AC Current
Inrush Current
Efficiency
3 Output characteristics
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
Nominal Operation Output
Remote On/Off controlled mode
Regulation
Rise Time
Hold-up Time
5 VSB
PG-OK
3.3Vand +5V Sense
Capacitive Load
4 Protection
4.1
4.2
Input Protection
Output Protection
5 Start Stability
5.1
5.2
No Load Start
Cold Start
6 Environments
6.1
6.2
6.3
Temperature and Humidity
Altitude
Vibration and Shock
7 Conducted EMI
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8 Product Safety
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
Safety Requirement
Leakage Current
Insulation Resistance
Dielectric Voltage Withstand
9 Power Good Signal
10 MTBF
11 Burn-In
12.1
12.2
Input Voltage
Test Condition
12 Harmonics
13 Power Factor
14 Mechanical Specification
14.1
14.2
14.3
Outline Dimension
Weight
Pin Assignment
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1. General
1.1 Scope
This specification defines the performance characteristics of a single phase 850 watts, 8
output power supply : +5V, +12V1, +12V2, +12V3, +12V4, -12V, +3.3V & +5VSB,and it
will provide power to all system components. This specification also defines worldwide
safety and electromagnetic compatibility requirements for the power supply which is
intended for use in computer products.
2. Input Characteristics
2.1 Input Voltage
Nominal Voltage
--------------------100 - 240 Vrms
Voltage Variation Range
---------------------------90 - 264 Vrms
2.2 Input Frequency
Nominal Frequency
Frequency Variation Range
------------------------------------------------------50-60 Hz
47 Hz to 63 Hz
* The power supply must operate at above frequency with 90-264 VACrms input voltage
range.
2.3 Max.Input AC Current
Max.Input Current
-----------------------11A
Measuring Range
----------------------100-240 Vrms
2.4 Inrush Current
The power supply must meet inrush requirements for any rated AC voltage, during turn on
at any phase of AC voltage, during a single cycle AC dropout condition, during repetitive
ON/OFF cycling of AC, and over the specified temperature range. The peak inrush current
shall be less than the ratings of its critical components (including input fuse, bulk rectifiers,
and surge limiting device).
2.5 Efficiency
HP-850-G14C provides an efficiency of 80% minimum when measured at Light Load、
Typical Load and full load under 115V/60Hz & 230V/50Hz condition.
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3. Output characteristics
3.1 Normal Operation Output
Output
Voltage
1. +5V
2. +12V1
3. +12V2
4. +12V3
5. +12V4
6. –12V
7. +3.3V
8. +5Vsb
Load
MIN
0.2A
0.1A
0.5A
0.0A
0.0A
0.0A
0.1A
0.1A
Range
MAX
30.0A
20.0A
20.0A
30.0A
30.0A
0.8A
28A
3.0A
Regulation
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±5%
±10%
±5%
±5%
Ripple P-P
Max.
70mV
120mV
120mV
120mV
120mV
150mV
70mV
70mV
Ripple & Noise
P-P Max.
100mV
200mV
200mV
200mV
200mV
200mV
100mV
100mV
z Maximum continuous total DC output power should not exceed 850W.
z Maximum continuous combined load on +3.3VDC and +5VDC outputs shall not exceed 180W.
z Maximum combined load on 12V output rails shall not exceed 750W.
NOTE:
Noise test should be measured with 20 MHz bandwidth frequency oscilloscope. The output
terminal shall add a tantalum capacitor of 10uF in parallel with a ceramic capacitor of 0.1uF.
3.2 Remote On/Off Controlled mode
The PSON# signal is required to remotely turn on/off the power supply, PSON# is an active
low signal that turns on the output power rails. When this is not pulled low by the system, or
left open, the outputs (except the +5VSB) turn off. This signal is pulled to a standby voltage
by a pull-up resistor internal to the power supply.
TTL level
"H" 2.0 V - 5.25 V
"L" 0.0 V – 1.0 V
3.3 Regulation
The cross regulation defined as follows, the output regulation should be within the specified
range.
Load
Light Load
Typical Load
Full Load
+5V
3.6 A
9A
18A
+3.3V
3.4 A
8.5 A
17 A
+12V1
2.84A
7.1A
14.2A
+12V2
2.84 A
7.1 A
14.2A
+12V3
2.84 A
7.1 A
14.2 A
+12V4
2.84 A
7.1 A
14.2 A
3.4 Rise Time
DC output rise time is less than 20 mS at nominal line and full load.
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-12V
0.2 A
0.4 A
0.8 A
+5Vsb
0.6A
1.5 A
3.0 A
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3.5 Hold-up Time
DC +5V output maintains at least 16mS after power off which hold within para 3.1 under
115V/63Hz and 230V/47Hz condition.
3.6 5VSB
5VSB is requierd for the implementation of PS-ON described above. 5VSB is a tandby
voltage that may be used to power circuits that require power input during the powereddown state of all power rails. The 5 VSB pin should deliver 5V ± 5% at a minimum of 3.0
A for PC board circuits to operate. Conversely, PC board should draw no more than 3.0A
maximum form this pin. This power may be used to operate circuits such as soft power
control.
3.7 PG-OK
PG-OK is a power good signal and should be asserted high by power supply to indicate
that the +5 VDC and +3.3 VDC outputs are above the under-voltage thresholds of the
power supply. When this signal is asserted high, there should be sufficient mains energy
stored by the converter to guarantee continuous power operation within specification.
Conversely, when either the +5VDC or the +3.3VDC output voltage falls below the undervoltage threshold, or when mains power has been removed for a time sufficiently long so
that power supply operation is no longer guaranteed, PG-OK should be deasserted to a low
state. See Figure 1 for a representation of the timing characteristics of the PG-OK,PS-ON,
and germane power rail signals.
3.8 3.3Vand +5V Sense
A default 3.3V and +5V sense line should be implemented pin 13 and pin 6of the
connector.
3.9 Capacitive Load
The power supply should be able to power up and operate normally with the following
capacitances simultaneously present on the DC outputs.
Output
Capacitive load (uF)
+5V
12,000
+12V
11,000
+3.3V
-12V
+5VS
12,000
350
350
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4. Protection
4.1 Input Protection
In primary circuit of the power supply , a protected fuse is inserted. Only internal fault of
the power supply will cause the fuse blown. Any overload or short circuit at DC output will
keep from fuse brown or fire hazard.
4.2 Output Protection
4.2.1
Under voltage protection
The +5V/+12V/+3.3V DC output are protected against the under voltage condition .
range value can't be exceed 3.3~3.7V at 5V terminal and 8.5~9.5V at 12V, 2.0~2.4V
at 3.3V.
4.2.2
Over Voltage Protection
The +5V/+12V/+3.3V DC output are protected against the over voltage condition .
Maximum value can't be over 6.5V at 5V terminal and 15.5V at 12V, 4.3V at 3.3V.
4.2.3
Over Power Protection
The power supply can be used electronic circuit to limit the output current against
exceeding 60% of surge output power or protected against excessive power delivery
since short circuit of any output or over total power at high line.
4.2.4
Short Circuit Protection
Short circuit placed on +5V,+12V,+3.3V,-12V will latch off. +5VSB will autorecovery.
4.2.5 Over-Current Protection
Current protection should be designed to limit the current to operate within safe
operating conditions.Over current protection schemes where only the voltage
output that experiences the over current event is shut off may be adequate to
maintain safe operation of the power supply and the system; however, damage
to the motherboard or other system components may occur. The
recommended over current protection scheme is for the power supply to latch
into the shutdown state. The setting of over current protection for each output
rail is as following.
4.2.6 Over-Temperature Protection
This power supply includes an over-temperature protection sensor, which can
trip and shut down the power supply at 110℃ Start Stability
4.3 No Load Start
When power is applied to HP-850-G14C with no load connected or under minimum oad
connected, neither damage to power supply nor hazards to users will occur.
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4.4 Cold Start
The power supply shall operate properly when first applied at normal input voltage and or
so maximum load after 4 hours storage in 0℃ environment.
5. Environments
5.1 Temperature and Humidity
5.1.1
Operating
Temperature
0 to 45 oC
Relative Humidity 20 to 90 %
5.1.2
Storage
Temperature
-40 to 70 oC
Relative Humidity 20 to 95 % noncondensing
5.2 Altitude
The power supply can operate normally at any altitude between 0 to 10000 feet.
5.3 Vibration and Shock
5.3.1
Sweep and resonance search for each of X,Y,Z, axis at the sweep.
RATE of 1/OCTAVE/Min.
Frequency
Duration
Amplitude
5-55-10 Hz
30 minutes
0.35mm
6. Conducted EMI
FCC,CE
7. Product Safety
7.1 Safety Requirement
UL/c-UL,TUV,CB .
7.2 Leakage Current
The AC leakage current is less than 3.5mA when the power supply connect to
254Vac/50Hz .
7.3 Insulation Resistance
The insulation resistance should be not less than 30M ohm after applying of 500VDC for 1
minute.
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7.4 Dielectric Voltage Withstand
The power supply shall withstand for 1 minute without breakdown the application of a
60Hz 1500V AC voltage applied between both input line and chassis (20mA DC cut-off
current). Main transformer shall similarly withstand 3000Vac applied between both
primary and secondary windings for a minimum of one minute.
8. Power Good Signal
A TTL compatible signal for the purpose of initiating an orderly start-up procedure under
normal input operating conditions. During power up, this signal is asserted ( low ) until +5V is
under regulation and AC reaches min. line specification range. After all voltage are going
appropriate level, the system may have a turn on delay of 100mS, but no greater than 500mS.
During power off the signal should go to low level before +5V is out of regulation. The low
level is 0 to 0.8V and high level is 4.75 to 5.25V. The " Power Good "signal can drive up to 6
standard TTL loads.
Time Diagram
Figure 1
* T1 : Turn on time ( 2 sec. Max.)
* T2 : Rise time ( ≦ 20mS Max.)
* T3 : Power good turn on delay time ( 100 < T3 < 500 mS )
* T4 : Switch on time (0.5 sec. Max.)
* T5 : Power good turn off delay time ( 1.0 mS Min.) PS-ON/OFF
* T6 : Power hold-on time ( 16 mS Min.)
* Power on-off cycle :
When the power supply is turned off for a minimum of 2.0 sec. and turn on again, the power
good signal will be asserted.
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10. MTBF
The MTBF of the power should be 100,000 hours min.
11. Burn-In
11.1 Input Voltage
Applying 220Vac for 230V model.
11.2 Test Condition
Applying 75% loads for the power supply in 45 (+/-5) oC chamber for 4 hours.
12. Harmonics
The product shall meet requirement for EN61000-3-2 & EN61000-3-3 :1995 standard of class
D, test at 230Vac 50Hz.
13. Power Factor
The power supply with active power factor correction, and meet the EN61000-3-2 standards,
The power factor is greater than 0.95 at 230V/50Hz, Max. load.
14. Mechanical Specification
14.1 Outline Dimension
Please refer the mechanical drawing of HP-850-G14C.
14.2 Weight
Maximum weight is 2.2 Kgs.
14.3 Pin Designation :
14.3.1 DC CONNECTOR REQUIREMENTS
List or recognized component appliance wiring material(AVLV2),CN,rated min
850C ,300VAC shall be used for all output wiring.
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14.3.2 BASEBOARD CONNECTOR
PA(24P) Connector:MOLEX 39-01-2200 or Approved Equivalent
18 AWG Wire
Signal
Pin Pin Signal
18 AWG Wire
Orange
+3.3 VDC
13
1 +3.3 VDC
Orange (16AWG)
Brown (22AWG) +3.3V (SENSE)
Blue (16AWG)
-12 VDC
14
2 +3.3 VDC
Orange (16AWG)
Black
COM
15
3 COM
Black
Green (22AWG) PS-ON
16
4 +5 VDC
Red
Black
COM
17
5 COM
Black
Black
COM
18
6 +5 VDC
Red
+5 V(SENSE) Red (22AWG)
Black
COM
19
7 COM
Black
None
20
8 PG_OK
Gray (22 AWG)
Red
+5 VDC
21
9 +5 Vsb
Purple (16AWG)
Red
+5 VDC
22
10 +12 V1 DC
Yellow
Red
+5 VDC
23
11 +12 V1 DC
Yellow
Black
COM
24
12 +3.3 VDC
Orange (16AWG)
14.3.3 Peripheral Connectors
PE-PG
PI-PK
Connector : AMP 1-480424-0 or MOLEX 8981-04P or approved equivalent
Contacts : AMP 61314-1 terminals or equivalent
Pin Signal
18 AWG Wire
Pin Signal
18 AWG Wire
1 +12 V DC Yellow
1 +12 V DC
Yellow
2 COM
Black
2 COM
Black
3 COM
Black
3 COM
Black
4 +5 VDC
Red
4 +5 VDC
Red
PH Connector : AMP 171822-4 or approved
8981-04P or approved equivalent equivalent
Pin Signal
22 AWG Wire
1 +5 VDC
Red
2 COM
Black
3 COM
Black
4 +12 V3DC
Yellow
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PL Connector : AMP 171822-4 or approved
8981-04P or approved equivalent equivalent
Pin Signal
22 AWG Wire
1 +5 VDC
Red
2 COM
Black
3 COM
Black
4 +12 V4DC
Yellow
14.3.4 +12V Power Connector
PB Connector : Molex 39-01-2040 or quivalent
Pin Signal
18 AWG Wire
1 COM
Black
2 COM
Black
3 COM
Black
4 COM
Black
5 +12 V4 DC
Yellow
6 +12 V4 DC
Yellow
7 +12 V4 DC
Yellow
8 +12 V4 DC
Yellow
PC Connector : MOLEX 88751 or
Pin Signal
18 AWG Wire
1 COM
Black
2 COM
Black
3 +12 V3 DC
Yellow
4 +12 V3 DC
Yellow
PD Connector : MOLEX 88751 or
Pin Signal
18 AWG Wire
1 COM
Black
2 COM
Black
3 +12 V2 DC
Yellow
4 +12 V2 DC
Yellow
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14.3.5 Serial ATA Power Connector
PN Connector : MOLEX 88751 or equivalent
Pin Signal
18 AWG Wire
1 +3.3V DC
Orange
2 COM
Black
3 +5 VDC
Red
4 COM
Black
5 +12V4DC
Yellow
14.3.6 PCI Power Connector
PQ/PP Connector :
Molex P8-I4200K12A(RED) or equivalent
Pin Signal
18 AWG Wire
1 +12 V3DC
Yellow
2 +12 V3DC
Yellow
3 +12 V3DC
Yellow
4 COM
Black
5 COM
Black
6 COM
Black
7 COM
Black
8 COM
Black
PM Connector : MOLEX 88751 or equivalent
Pin Signal
18 AWG Wire
1 +3.3V DC
Orange
2 COM
Black
3 +5 VDC
Red
4 COM
Black
5 +12V3DC
Yellow
PR/PO
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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Signal
+12 V4DC
+12 V4DC
+12 V4DC
COM
COM
COM
COM
COM
18 AWG Wire
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Black
Black
Black
Black
Black
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