S19Pro Power conection on 2 Phase of 230V

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    Dear Peter

    Power consumption refer to the power consumption of two power lines at the same time, not one after the other

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    Tested working on a 3x25A connection with an S19J Pro 92T:

    First C13 cable to APW12 PSU connected to L1: 1354W, 234V, 5.89A

    Second C13 cable to APW12 PSU connected to L2: 1404W, 234V, 6.09A

    The two inputs are on a 2 pole 10A fuse.

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    Hi Jessica, thank you for the reply.

    I don't know if we understand each other.

    I am giving an example of a connection from two different phases.

    Is it possible to power it this way?

    It's about reducing the load of one phase from 15A to 7.5A.

     

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    Now I have it wired to one phase but this is taking on one phase of 15 A.

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    Dear

    If it meet  the requirements of 200-240v  which will be okay

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    Hi Jessica

    The 230V condition will be met.
    But I don't know if the input ports in the Power suppli are connected together, the power supply and the whole device can be damaged !!
    Therefore, it is important for me to express a technically capable person from the Manufacturer.

    Is it possible to verify it directly in production?

    Thanks

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    Dear

    If the input voltage is  220 V you meet, which will be okay  or else not meet it which will not be okay

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    Dear Peter, was it ok to run it on 2 separate phases? thanks

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    Dear Khalid,

    Unfortunately, I did not get a clear answer from support that it will be OK :-(.

    I don't want to risk destroying the machine for 12000 Euros.

    So my answer is that I didn't try. If you try, please let me know.

    My goal was to reduce the load to one phase.

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    That's fine thanks though, actually I also asked my dealer in China and he asked the manufacturer and he replied back that it is fine, I did not try as I still don't need to but I would most likely be ok with trying it once required.

     

    good luck my friend

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    Makes sense to keep one machine on one phase in case one phase goes down

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    Dear Customer,

    If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.

    Please send email to customersupport@bitmain.com

    We will reply to your question as soon as possible.

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