DC Power Systems

NetSure 9500 DC Power System​

400V DC power system for large telecom sites and data centers. 120kW per bay, expandable to 600kW.

Best Suited For
  • Telecom
  • Data Center/Colocation/Hosting
How to buy

Specifications

Specifications per model NetSure 9500 DC Power System​
Power Capacity Output Voltage, Nominal Input Voltage, Nominal System Type Height (in / mm) Width (in / mm) Depth (in / mm)
120 kW 400 VDC 380 VAC to 480 VAC; 3 phase, 4 wire System / 42 RU [2000 mm (79")] / 600 mm (24") / 1100 mm (43.3")
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ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Input Voltage, Operational
260 VAC to 530 VAC
Output Voltage, Operational
290 VDC to 400 VDC
Output Capacity
15 kW rectifier
Peak Efficiency
97%
Load Circuit Breakers / Fuses
Load distribution panel with (16) breaker positions, 15A to 100 A each, Bulk distribution panel with single 400 A breaker
Battery Circuit Breakers / Fuses
Battery cabinet is locally equipped with a disconnect breaker with remote trip capability
Options
Battery options: C&D USP12-540MR, Enersys 12HX540 and GNB S12V550NGF
Equipment Dimensions (H x W x D)
Power Bay (H x W x D): 42 RU or 2000 mm x 600 mm x 1100 mm (79" x 24" x 43.3"), Distribution Bay (H x W x D): 42RU or 2000 mm x 600 mm x 1100 mm (79"
Access
Top or bottom cabling; front and rear access
Control and Monitoring
ACU+ controller
Operating Temperature
-5 °C to +35 °C
Safety Compliance
UL60950-1; cUL60950-1; CE Marking; REACH; RoHS; IP20 rated (cabinet)
EMC Compliance
Compliant

Downloads

*To see model-specific downloads, you will need to go to the model-specific product page by selecting the model name in the specifications chart above.

Features

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120kW capacity (105kW N+1) scalable in 15kW increments field expandable
97% power conversion efficiency with full galvanic isolation
Global 3 phase nominal AC input
Fault tolerant design with hot swappable rectifiers and controls limits downtime and reduces MTTR
Multiple distribution options for local or remote load connections
Load distribution panel with (16) breaker positions, 15A to 100A each
Bulk distribution panel with single 400A breaker
Matching battery cabinet available
UL 60950-1 Listed (US & Canada), CE Marked

Benefits

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Significantly reduce cabling and installation costs by distributing power at 400V DC as compared to 48V DC
Free up floor space by simplifying distribution cabling and consolidating site back up on single power bus
Minimize CapEx by building out power capacity in a scalable fashion to match your site power needs
Maintain availability with hot swappable rectifiers and controls
Multiple distribution options for local or remote load connections

Contacts

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Joe Peebles
Accokeek Maryland 20603 USA
Product areas of focus: DC Power Systems, Outdoor Enclosures
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