IS-200RSH1UP
IS-200RSH1UP
IS-200RSH1UP
Redundant Power Supply
(1U-200W with Active PFC)
SPECIFICATION
Revision: 1.0
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. General ................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
2. AC Input Specifications...................................................................................................................................................... 3
2.1 AC INPUT VOLTAGE, FREQUENCY AND CURRENT ( RATING: 100V-240VAC, 47-63HZ, 3-1.5A ) ..........................................3
2.2 AC INRUSH CURRENT ............................................................................................................................................................3
2.3 INPUT POWER FACTOR CORRECTION......................................................................................................................................3
2.4 INPUT CURRENT HARMONICS .................................................................................................................................................3
2.5 AC LINE DROPOUT.................................................................................................................................................................3
3. DC Output Specification..................................................................................................................................................... 4
3.1 OUTPUT CURRENT / LOADING ................................................................................................................................................4
3.2 DC VOLTAGE REGULATION, RIPPLE AND NOISE ....................................................................................................................4
3.3 TIMING REQUIREMENTS .........................................................................................................................................................5
3.4 REMOTE ON/OFF CONTROL : PSON#.....................................................................................................................................7
3.5 EFFICIENCY ............................................................................................................................................................................7
3.6 +5VSB (STANDBY) ................................................................................................................................................................7
4. Protection............................................................................................................................................................................... 7
4.1 OVER POWER PROTECTION ....................................................................................................................................................7
4.2 OVER VOLTAGE PROTECTION ................................................................................................................................................7
4.3 OVER CURRENT PROTECTION.................................................................................................................................................7
4.4 SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION .................................................................................................................................................8
5. Environmental Requirements ........................................................................................................................................... 8
5.1 TEMPERATURE .......................................................................................................................................................................8
5.2 HUMIDITY ..............................................................................................................................................................................8
6. Agency Requirements ........................................................................................................................................................ 8
6.1 SAFETY CERTIFICATION. ........................................................................................................................................................8
6.2 AC INPUT LEAKAGE CURRENT...............................................................................................................................................9
7. Redundant Power Supply Function ................................................................................................................................ 9
7.1 REDUNDANCY ........................................................................................................................................................................9
7.2 HOT SWAP REQUIREMENTS ....................................................................................................................................................9
7.3 LED INDICATORS ...................................................................................................................................................................9
8. Connections ........................................................................................................................................................................ 10
8.1 DC WIRE HARNESS AND CONNECTOR REQUIREMENTS OPTIONAL (FROM PDB TO DEVICES)..............................................10
9. Reliability ............................................................................................................................................................................. 11
9.1 MEAN TIME BETWEEN FAILURES (MTBF)...........................................................................................................................11
9.2 WARRANTY ..........................................................................................................................................................................11
10. Physical Characteristics Size ....................................................................................................................................... 12
10.1. POWER SUPPLY DIMENSION: 106 MM(W) X 41.5 MM(H) X 260 MM(D).............................................................................12
1. General
This is the specification of Model IS-200RSH1UP; it is intended to describe the functions and
performance of the subject power supply. This 200 watts Redundant Power Supply with Active PFC
(Power Factor Correction) capability, meets EN61000-3-2 and equips Full Range Input features.
2. AC Input Specifications
2.1 AC Input Voltage, Frequency and Current ( Rating: 100V-240Vac, 47-63Hz, 3-1.5A )
The power supply must operate within all specified limits over the input voltage range in Table 1.
Harmonics distortion of up to 10% THD must not cause the power supply to go out of specified limits.
Parameter
Minimum
Norminal
Maximum
Max. Current
Voltage (115V)
90 Vac
100-120Vac
132 Vac
3A
Voltage (230V)
180 Vac
200-240Vac
264Vac
1.5A
Frequency
47 Hz
50 / 60 Hz
63 Hz
Table 1 – AC Input Voltage and Frequency
2.2 AC Inrush Current
The power supply must meets inrush requirements of any rated AC voltage, during turn on at any
phase of 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 rating of its
critical components (including input fuse, bulk rectifiers, and surge limiting device).
2.3 Input Power Factor Correction
The power factor at full load shall be ≥ 0.95 at nominal input voltage.
2.4 Input Current Harmonics
When the power supply is operated in 90-264Vac of Sec. 2.1, the input harmonic current drawn on the
power line shall not exceed the limits set by EN61000-3-2 class “D” standards. The power supply shall
incorporate universal power input with active power factor correction.
2.5 AC Line Dropout
An AC line dropout of 17mS or less shall not cause any tripping of control signals or protection circuits.
If the AC dropout lasts longer than 17mS the power supply should recover and meet all turn on
requirements. The power supply shall meet the regulation requirement over all rated AC voltages,
frequencies, and output loading conditions. Any dropout of the AC line shall not cause damage to the
power supply. An AC line dropout is defined as a drop in AC line to 0VAC at any phase of the AC line
for any length of time.
3. DC Output Specification
3.1 Output Current / Loading
The following table defines power and current rating. The power supply shall meet both static and
dynamic voltage regulation requirements for minimum load condition.
Power Module Only:
Output
Voltage
+12V
+5VSB
Max. Load
16A
2A
Min. Load
1A
0.1A
Total Output
192W
10W
Power Module with PDB(Power Distribution Board),
Output
Voltage
+5V
+3.3V
+12V
-12V
+5VSB
Max. Load
20A
20A
16A
0.5A
2A
Min. Load
0A
0A
1A
0A
0.1A
200W
Total Output
Table 2– Output Loads Range 1:
Note 1: Maximum continuous total DC output power should not exceed 200 W.
3.2 DC Voltage Regulation, Ripple and Noise
The power supply output voltages must stay within the following voltage limits when operating at
steady state and dynamic loading conditions. All outputs are measured with reference to the return
remote sense (ReturnS) signal. The +5V,+3.3V, +12V, -12V and +5VSB outputs are measure at the
power supply connectors references to ReturnS. The +5V and +3.3V is measured at its remote sense
signal (+5VS, +3.3VS) located at the signal connector.
Output Voltage
+5V
+3.3V
+12V
-12V
+5VSB
Load Reg.
+/-5%
+/-5%
+/-5%
+/-5%
+/-5%
Line Reg.
±1%
±1%
±1%
±1%
±1%
Ripple & Noise
50mv
50mV
120mV
120mV
50mV
Table 3 – Regulation, ripple and noise
Ripple and Noise shall be measured using the following methods:
a) Measurements made differentially to eliminate common-mode noise
b) Ground lead length of oscilloscope probe shall be ≤ 0.25 inch.
c) Measurements made where the cable connectors attach to the load.
d) Outputs bypassed at the point of measurement with a parallel combination of
10uF tantalum capacitor in parallel with a 0.1uF ceramic capacitors.
e) Oscilloscope bandwidth of 0 Hz to 20MHz.
f) Measurements measured at locations where remote sense wires are connected.
g) Regulation tolerance shall include temperature change, warm up drift and dynamic load
3.3 Timing Requirements
These are the timing requirements for the power assembly operation. The output voltages must rise
from 10% to within regulation limits (Tvout_rise) within 5 to 70mS. The +5V, +3.3V and +12V output
voltages should start to rise at about the same time. All outputs must rise monotonically. The +5V
output needs to be greater than the +3.3V output during any point of the voltage rise. The +5V output
must never be greater than the +3.3V output by more than 2.25V. Each output voltage shall reach
regulation within 50 mS (Tvout_on) of each other during turn on of the power supply. Each output voltage
shall fall out of regulation within 400 mS (Tvout_off) of each other during turn off. Figure 1 and figure 2
show the turn On and turn Off timing requirement. In Figure 2, the timing is shown with both AC and
PSON# controlling the On/Off of the power supply.
Item
Description
Tvout_rise
Output voltage rise time from each main output.(+5Vsb <
70mS)
Tvout_on
All main output must be within regulation of each other
within this time.
Tvout_off
All main output must leave regulation within this time
Table 4 – Output Voltage Timing
MIN
MAX
Units
5
70
mS
50
mS
400
mS
Table 5 – Turn On/Off Timing
Item
Description
Tsb_on-delay
Tac_on-delay
Tvout_holdup
Tpwok_holdup
MIN
Delay from AC being applied to +5VSB being within
regulation.
Delay from AC being applied to all output voltages being
within regulation.
All main output voltage stay within regulation after loss of
AC
Delay from loss of AC deassertion of PWOK.
Tpson_on_delay Delay from PSON# active to output voltage within
regulation limits.
MAX
Units
1500
mS
2500
mS
18
mS
17
mS
5
400
mS
50
mS
500
mS
Tpson_pwok
Delay from PSON# deactive to PWOK being deasserted.
Tpwok_on
Delay from output voltage within regulation limits to PWOK
asserted at turn on.
100
Tpwok_off
Delay from PWOK deasserted to output voltages (+5V,
+3.3V, +12V) dropping out of regulation limits.
1
mS
Tpwok_low
Duration of PWOK being in the deasserted state during an
off/on cycle using AC or the PSON# signal. .
100
mS
Tsb_vout
Delay from +5VSB being in regulation to O/Ps being in
regulation at AC turn on.
50
AC Input
AC Off
Tpson_pwok
+5VSB
AC On
Tpwok_low
Tac_on-delay
Tsb_on-delay
mS
Tvout_holdup
Vout
PWOK
1000
Tpwok_on
Tsb_vout
Tpwok_off
Tpwok_holdup
Tsb_on-delay
Tpwok_on
Tsb_holdup
Min.>70mS
PSON#
AC turn 0n/off cycle
Tpson_on_delay
PSON
Figure 2 : Turn On/Off Timing
turn on/off cycle
Tpwok_off
3.4 Remote On/Off Control : PSON#
The PSON# signal is required to remotely turn on/off the power supply. PSON# is an active low signal
that turns on the +5V, +3.3V, +12V and -12V power rails. When this signal is not pulled low by the
system, or left open, the outputs (except the +5VSB and V bias) turn off. This signal is pulled to a
standby voltage by a pull-up resistor internal to the power supply.
Signal Type
Accepts an open collector/drain
input from the system. Pull-up to
VSB located in power supply.
PSON# = Low
Power ON
PSON# = High
Power OFF
Table 6 – PWOK Signal Characteristic
3.5 Efficiency
The efficiency is 80% at full loading condition to help reduce system power consumption at typical
system loading conditions.
.
3.6 +5VSB (Standby)
The +5VSB output is always on (+5V Standby) when AC power is applied and power switch is turned
on.
The +5VSB line is capable of delivering at a maximum of 2A for PC board circuit to operate.
4. Protection
Protection circuits inside the power supply shall cause only the power supply’s main outputs to
shutdown. If the power supply latches off due to a protection circuit tripping, either a AC cycle OFF for
15 sec, or PSON# cycle HIGH for 1 sec must be able to restart the power supply.
4.1 Over Power Protection
The OPP function shall work at 110%~170% of rating of output power, then all outputs shut down in a
latch off mode. The latch shall be cleared by toggling the PSON# signal or by cycling the AC power.
The power supply shall not be damaged from repeated power cycling in this condition.
4.2 Over Voltage Protection
Each hot swap module has respective OVP circuit. Once any power supply module shut down in a latch off
mode while the output voltage exceeds the over voltage limit shown in Table 7, the other modules should
deliver the sufficient power to the device continually.
Voltage
Minimum
Maximum Shutdown Mode
+12V
+13.3V
+14.5V
Latch Off
5VSB
+5.7V
+6.5V
Auto recovery
Table 7 –Over Voltage protection
4.3 Over Current Protection
The power supply should contain the OCP function on each hot swap module. The power supply should be
shut down in a latch off mode while the respective output current exceeds the limit as shown in Table 8.
When the latch has been cleared by toggling the PSON# single or cycling the AC input power. The power
supply module should not be damaged in this condition.
Voltage
Minimum
Maximum
Shutdown Mode
+5Vsb
110%
160%
Latch Off
+12V
110%
160%
Latch Off
Table 8 –Over Current protection
4.4 Short Circuit Protection
The power supply shall shut down in a latch off mode when the output voltage is short circuit.
5. Environmental Requirements
5.1 Temperature
Operating Temperature Range:
0°C ~ 40°C (32°F~ 113°F)
Non-Operating Temperature Range:
-40°C ~ 70°C (-40°F~ 158°F)
5.2 Humidity
Operating Humidity Range:
20% ~ 90%RH non-condensing
Non-Operating Humidity Range:
5% ~ 95%RH non-condensing
6. Agency Requirements
6.1 Safety Certification.
Product Safety:
UL 60950-1 2000Edition, IEC60950-1, 3rd Edition
EU Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC) (CB)
TÜV
RFI Emission:
FCC Part15 ( Radiated & Conducted Emissions )
CISPR 22,3rd Edition / EN55022: 1998 + A1: 2000)
PFC Harmonic:
EN61000-3-2:2000
Flicker:
EN61000-3-3: 1995 + A1: 2002
Immunity against:
-Electrostatic discharge:
-Radiated field strength:
-Fast transients:
-Surge voltage:
EN55024: 1998 + A1: 2001 and A2: 2003
-IEC 61000-4-2
-IEC 61000-4-3
-IEC 61000-4-4
-IEC 61000-4-5
-RF Conducted
-Voltage Dips and Interruptions
-IEC 61000-4-6
-IEC 61000-4-11
Table 8 –Safety Certification
6.2 AC Input Leakage Current
Input leakage current from line to ground will be less than 3.5mA rms. Measurement will be made at
240 VAC and 60Hz.
7. Redundant Power Supply Function
7.1 Redundancy
The redundant power supply is 1+1=N (200W+200W=200W) function power supply, each one module
is redundancy when any one module was failed. To be redundant each item must be in the Hot swap
power supply module.
7.2 Hot Swap Requirements
The redundant power supply modules shall be hot swappable. Hot swapping a power supply is the
process of inserting and extracting a power supply from an operating. During this process the
output voltage shall remain within the limits specified in Table 7 with the capacitive load specified
Table 9. The Sub-system shall not exceed the maximum inrush current as specified in section 2.2.
The power supply can be hot swapped by the following methods:
● AC connecting separately to each module. Up to two power supplies may be on a single AC power
source.
Extraction: The AC power will be disconnected from the power supply first and then the power
supply is extracted from the sub-system. This could occur in standby mode or powered on mode.
Insertion: The module is inserted into the cage and then AC power will be connected to the power
supply module.
● For power modules with AC docking at the same time as DC. Extraction: The module is extracted
from the cage and both AC and DC disconnect at the same Time. This could occur in standby or
power on mode. No damage or arcing shall occur to the DC or AC contacts which could cause
damage. Insertion: The AC and DC connect at the same time as the module is inserted into the
cage. No damage to the connector contacts shall occur. The module may power on or come up
into standby mode.
Many variations of the above are possible. Supplies need to be compatible with these different
variations depending upon the sub-system construction. In general, a failed (off by internal latch or
external control) supply may be removed, then replaced with a good power supply(must use the same
model) , however, hot swap needs to work with operational as well as failed power supplies. The newly
inserted power supply may get turned on by inserting the supply into the system or by system
management recognizing an inserted supply and explicitly turning it on.
7.3 LED Indicators
There shell be a single bi-color LED. The GREEN LED shall turn ON to indicate that all the power
outputs are available. The Red LED shall turn ON to indicate that the power supply has failed,
shutdown due to over current, or shutdown due to component failure.The LED(s) shall be visible
on the power supply’s exterior face. The LED location shall meet ESD requirements. LED shall be
securely mounted in such a way that incidental pressure on the LED shall not cause it to become
displaced.
8. Connections
8.1 DC Wire Harness and Connector Requirements Optional (from PDB to Devices)
P1: ATX Motherboard Power Connector
Connector housing: 24- Pin Molex 5557 (No.39-01-2240) or Equivalent
Contact: Molex 5556T (No.44476-1111) or Equivalent
Pin
Signal
Color
Size
Pin
Signal
Color
Size
1
+3.3 VDC
Orange
16 AWG
13
+3.3 VDC
+3.3VRS+
Orange
Brown
16 AWG
22AWG
2
+3.3 VDC
Orange
16 AWG
14
-12 VDC
Blue
18 AWG
3
COM
Black
18 AWG
15
COM
Black
18 AWG
4
+5 VDC
Red
18 AWG
16
PS_ON#
Green
22 AWG
5
COM
Black
18 AWG
17
COM
Black
18 AWG
6
+5 VDC
Red
18 AWG
18
COM
Black
18 AWG
7
COM
Black
18 AWG
19
COM
Black
18 AWG
8
PW_OK
Gray
22 AWG
20
N/C
--
--
9
5VSB
Purple
18 AWG
21
+5 VDC
Red
18 AWG
10
+12 V3DC
Yellow
16 AWG
22
+5 VDC
+5V RS+
Red
Red
18 AWG
22AWG
11
+12 V3DC
Yellow
16 AWG
23
+5 VDC
Red
18 AWG
12
+3.3 VDC
Orange
16 AWG
24
COM
Black
18 AWG
P2: Processor Power Connector
Connector housing: 8- Pin Molex 5557 (39-01-2080) or Equivalent
Contact: Molex 5556T (44476-1111) or Equivalent
Pin
Signal
Color
Size
Pin
1
COM
Black
18 AWG
5
Signal
Color
2
COM
Black
18 AWG
6
+12 V1DC
Yellow
16 AWG
3
COM
Black
18 AWG
7
+12 V2DC
Yellow
16 AWG
4
COM
Black
18 AWG
8
+12 V2DC
Yellow
16 AWG
+12
Yellow/ S.
V1DC/12VS+
Yellow
Size
16+22
AWG
4-Pin HDD / CD-ROM Drive Power Connectors
Connector housing: 4- Pin AMP: 1-480424-0 or Molex 8981-04P or Equivalent
Contact: Amp 61314-1 or Equivalent
Pin
Signal
Color
Size
1
+12 V3DC
Yellow
18 AWG
2
COM
Black
18 AWG
3
COM
Black
18 AWG
4
+5 VDC
Red
18 AWG
Small 4-Pin: Floppy Disk Drive Power Connectors
Connector housing: 4- Pin AMP: 171822-4 or Equivalent
Pin
Signal
Color
Size
1
+5 VDC
Red
22 AWG
2
COM
Black
22 AWG
3
COM
Black
22 AWG
4
+12 V3DC
Yellow
22 AWG
Serial ATA Power Connector
This is a required connector for systems with serial ATA devices.
Molex Housing #675820000 or Equivalent
Molex Terminal #67510000 or Equivalent
Pin
Signal
Color
Size
1
+12V4
Yellow/Green stripe
18 AWG
2
COM
Black
18 AWG
3
+5VDC
RED
18 AWG
4
COM
Black
18 AWG
5
+3.3VDC
Orange
18 AWG
9. Reliability
9.1 Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)
The MTBF of the power supply shall be calculated utilizing the Part-Stress Analysis method of
MIL217F or Bell core RPP. The calculated MTBF of the power supply shall be greater than 100,000
hours under the following conditions:
Full rated load
120V AC input
Ground Benign
25°C
9.2 Warranty
Three (3) years manufacture's warranty.
Technical information in this specification is subject to change without notice.
The revision of specification will be marked on the cover.
10. Physical Characteristics Size
10.1. Power Supply Dimension: 106 mm(W) x 41.5 mm(H) x 260 mm(D)
Mechanical drawing:
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1U 200W Redundant Power Supply
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