Dell APEX Cloud Services Owner's Manual

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APEX Power Requirements Guide

Hybrid Cloud with Subscription and Private Cloud with

Subscription

June 2022

Rev. A00

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Power requirements

APEX Hybrid Cloud with Subscription and APEX Private Cloud with Subscription supports single- or three-phase power. Singlephase power supports a smaller number of instances in comparison with three-phase power.

You are responsible for connecting the APEX rack power to the power drops at the site.

If plug and receptacle changes are required to meet your data center needs, it is your responsibility either to make the changes before deployment, or to have a licensed electrician available during deployment to modify the PDU plugs.

The fully integrated solution comes with one of the PDU options in the following basic power and electrical requirements tables below. The delivered, fully integrated solution is based on your region and selection of single- or three-phase plug and receptacle requirements. Dell develops detailed specifications for your APEX Hybrid Cloud with Subscription installation or APEX Private

Cloud with Subscription installation.

Topics:

Single-phase power requirements

Three-phase power requirements

Single-phase power requirements

Table 1. Single-phase power requirements

Specification

Input normal voltage

Frequency

North American

200–240 Vac +/- 10% L - L nom

50 Hz–60 Hz

Line load current

Power connections

PDUs/Power Circuits

Power requirements at the site

Power Cord Length

(selectable from top or bottom of the rack)

30A

● NEMA L6-30P (plug, from the rack

PDU)

● NEMA L6-30R (receptacle, from the data center)

Four (two redundant pairs)

● Four single-phase circuits

● Each rack requires four drops

10ft

EMEA

220–240 Vac +/- 10% L - L nom

50 Hz–60 Hz

32A

IEC 60309 32A 2P+E

Four (two redundant pairs)

● Four single-phase circuits

● Each rack requires four drops

3.05M

Table 2. Single-phase for North America

Plug Receptacle

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Table 2. Single-phase for North America (continued)

Plug

● Hot:

○ X, Black

○ Y, Red

● Ground:

○ G, Green

Receptacle

Table 3. Single-phase for EMEA

Plug Receptacle

● Hot:

○ L1, Brown

● Neutral:

○ N, Blue

● Ground:

○ G, Green / Yellow

Three-phase power requirements

Table 4. Three-phase power requirements

Specification

Input normal voltage (b)

North American

200–240 Vac +/- 10% L - L nom

Frequency

Line load current

Power connections

Power requirements at the Site

Power Cord Length (selectable from top or bottom of the rack)

50 Hz–60 Hz

30A

● NEMA L21-30P (plug, from the rack

PDU)

● NEMA L21-30R (receptacle, from the data center)

● Four single-phase circuits

● Each rack requires four drops

6 ft

EMEA

415 Vac +/- 10% L - N nom

50 Hz–60 Hz

16A

IEC 60309 16A 3P+N+PE

● Four single-phase circuits

● Each rack requires four drops

1.8 M

NOTE: An imbalance of AC input currents may exist on the three-phase power source feeding the array, depending on the configuration. You must alert an electrician to this possible condition to balance the phase-by-phase loading conditions within the data center.

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Table 5. Three-phase for North America

Plug Receptacle

● Hot:

○ X, Black

○ Y, Red

○ Z, Blue

● Neutral:

○ W, White

● Ground:

○ G, Green

Table 6. Three-phase for EMEA

Plug Receptacle

● Hot:

○ X, L1, Brown

○ Y, L2, Black

○ Z, L3, Grey

● Neutral:

○ N, Blue

● Ground:

○ G, Green / Yellow

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