# MX2008 Power Planning

## Calculating AC Power Requirements for MX2008 Routers

**Note**

The MX2008, MX2010, and MX2020 routers support the same power modules AC, DC, 240 V China, and universal PSMs and PDMs.

The information in this topic helps you determine which of the two input ratings for the PSM is suitable for various configurations. You determine suitability by subtracting the total power draw from the maximum output of the PSMs. Afterward, you calculate the required input current. Finally, you calculate the thermal output.

We recommend that you provision power according to the maximum input current listed in the power system electrical specifications.

Use the following procedures to calculate the power requirement:

- Calculate the power requirement.
- Evaluate the power budget.
- Calculate input power.
- Calculate thermal output (BTUs) for cooling requirements.

To calculate the AC power requirements:

- Calculate the power (usage) using the values (see MX2008 AC Power Requirements).
- Evaluate the power budget, including the budget for each
configuration if applicable, and check the required power against
the maximum output power of available PDM options.
Table 1 lists the three-phase delta and wye feed requirements, maximum input and output power per PSM, and power efficiency.

Table 1: Calculating AC Power Budget

Power Distribution Module

Typical Input Power per PSM

Maximum Input Power per PSM

Maximum Output Power per PSM

Power Supply Module Efficiency

Three-phase delta AC PDM (2 per system)—50 A feed (input #1), and 25 A feed (input #2)

2142 W

2800 W

2500 W

91%

Three-phase wye AC PDM (2 per system)—30 A feed (input #1), and 15 A feed (input #2)

2142 W

2800 W

2500 W

91%

- To calculate necessary input power for three-phase delta
AC PDM, follow the procedure below (see Figure 1).
AC PSM VIN=200-240 single phase:

- Two AC PSMs are connected in parallel between two lines.
- Nominal value of input current for one AC PSM is 2800 W / 200 V = 14 A.
- Nominal input current for two AC PSMs is 2 * 14 A = 28 A.
- Nominal value of line current is 28 A * √3 = 48.5 A.
- Current rating for input 1 is 50 A.
- Only one AC PSM is connected between two lines.
- Nominal value of input current for one AC PSM is 2800 W / 200 V = 14 A.
- Nominal value of line current is 14 A * √3 = 24.5 A.
- Current rating for input 2 is 25 A.

- To calculate necessary input power for three-phase wye
AC PDM, follow the procedure below (see Figure 2).
AC PSM VIN=200-240 single phase:

- Two AC PSMs are connected in parallel between two lines and neutral.
- Nominal value of input current for one AC PSM is 2800 W / 200 V = 14 A.
- Nominal input current for two AC PSMs is 2 * 14 A = 28 A.
- Nominal value of line current is 28 A.
- Current rating for input 1 is 28 A.
- Only one AC PSM is connected between two lines and neutral.
- Nominal value of input current for one AC PSM is 2800 W / 200 V = 14 A.
- Nominal value of line current is 14 A.
- Current rating for input 2 is 14 A.

- Calculate thermal output (BTUs). Multiply the input power
requirement (in watts) by 3.41 as shown in Table 2.
Table 2: Calculating AC Thermal Output

Power Distribution Module

Thermal Output (BTUs per hour)

MX2000 three-phase delta AC PDM

Maximum power divided by 0.91 * 3.41 = BTU/hr.

Input power = Maximum power divided by 0.91

See MX2008 AC Power Requirements to calculate maximum power, which is dependent on configuration and temperature.

MX2000 three-phase wye AC PDM

Maximum power divided by 0.91 * 3.41 = BTU/hr.

Input power = Maximum power divided by 0.91

See MX2008 AC Power Requirements to calculate maximum power, which is dependent on configuration and temperature.

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## Calculating DC Power Requirements for MX2008 Routers

**Note**

The MX2008, MX2010, and MX2020 routers support the same power modules (AC/DC PSMs and AC/DC PDMs.

The information in this topic helps you determine which PSMs are suitable for various configurations, as well as which PSMs are not suitable because output power is exceeded. You determine suitability by subtracting the total power draw from the maximum output of the PSMs. Afterward, you calculate the required input current. Finally, you calculate the thermal output. A sample configuration is provided in Table 3.

We recommend that you provision power according to the maximum input current listed in the power system electrical specifications (see MX2008 DC Power (-48 V) System Electrical Specifications and DC Power (240 V China) Circuit Breaker Requirements for the MX2000 Router).

Use the following procedures to calculate the power requirement:

- Calculate the power requirement.
- Evaluate the power budget.
- Calculate input power.
- Calculate thermal output (BTUs) for cooling requirements.DC Power (240 V China) Circuit Breaker Requirements for the MX2000 Router.

The MX2008 DC power system provides power to the FRUs in the chassis (see Table 3 for information about power). Each power system is made up of two DC PDMs, nine PSMs, ten MPCs, two fan trays, eight SFBs, and two RCBs.

When calculating power requirements, be sure that there is adequate power for the system.

Table 3: MX2008 DC Power System Sample Configuration

Chassis Power Configuration | Power Distribution Modules (PDMs) | Power Supply Modules (PSMs) | Description |
---|---|---|---|

2 PSMs, 2 RCBs, 8 SFBs, and 2 fan trays (no line cards installed) | PDM 0 and 1 | 2 PSMs | The power consumed by RCBs and SFBs is 100 W each. The power consumed by 2 RCBs and 8 SFBs is 1 KW. The power consumed by fan trays The total Kilowatts of power consumed is 4.0 KW. |

10 Line cards | PDM 0 and 1 | 5 PSMs | Each line card consumes up to 1 KW. One PSM is needed for every set of 2 line cards. |

| PDM 0 and 1 | 9 PSMs | This provides |

- Calculate the power requirements (usage) using the values
in MX2008 DC Power Requirements as shown in Table 4.
Table 4: Typical DC Power Requirements for MX2008 Router

Component

Model Number

Power Requirement (Watts) with 91% Efficiency

Base chassis

CHAS-MX2008-BB

–

Fan trays

MX2000-FANTRAY-BB

1500 * 2 W = 3000 W

MPC

MPC-3D-16XGE-SFPP

440 W * 10 = 4400 W

ADC

ADC

150 W * 10 = 1500 W

RCB

REMX2008-X8-64G

100 W * 2 = 200 W

SFB—slots 0 through 7

MX2008-SFB2

100 W * 8 = 800 W

MX2000 DC power system ( 60 A feeds to each PDM input)

MX2000 DC power system ( 80 A feeds to each PDM input)

2100 W * 8 PSMs=16,800 W (+ 1 PSM@2100 W redundant capacity)

2500 W * 8 PSMs=20,000 W (+ 1 PSM@2500 W redundant capacity)

- Evaluate the power budget, including the budget for each
configuration if applicable, and check the required power against
the maximum output power of available PDM options.
Table 5 lists the PSMs, their maximum output power, and unused power (or a power deficit).

Table 5: Calculating DC Power Budget

Power Supply Module

Maximum Output Power of Power Supply Module (Watt)

Maximum Output Power for System (Watt)—Including Redundant Capacity

MX2000 DC PSM 60 A (feed to each input)

2100

18,900

MX2000 DC PSM 80 A or DC PSM (240 V China) (feed to each input)

2500

22,500

- Calculate input power. Divide the total output requirement
by the efficiency of the PSM as shown in Table 6.
Table 6: Calculating DC Input Power

Power Supply Module

Power Supply Module Efficiency

Output Power Requirement (Watt)—per PSM

Input Power Requirement (Watt)—per PSM

MX2000 DC PSM 60 A

91%

2100

2307

MX2000 DC PSM 80 A or DC PSM (240 V China)

91%

2500

2747

- Calculate thermal output (BTUs). Multiply the input power
requirement (in watts) by 3.41 as shown in Table 7.
Table 7: Calculating DC Thermal Output

Power Distribution Module

Thermal Output (BTUs per hour)

MX2000 DC PDM

34.5 KW divided by 0.91 * 3.41 = 129,280 BTU/hr.

34.5 KW of output power consumed by the chassis. This is the maximum output the chassis can consume in a redundant configuration. The input power is 16.5 divided by 0.91 = 37.9 KW.

### See also

## Calculating High-Voltage Second-Generation Universal Power Requirements for MX2008 Routers

**Note**

The MX2008, MX2010, and MX2020 routers support the same power modules AC, DC, 240 V China, and universal PSMs and PDMs.

The information in this topic helps you determine which PSMs are suitable for various configurations, as well as which PSMs are not suitable because output power is exceeded. You determine suitability by subtracting the total power draw from the maximum output of the PSMs. Afterward, you calculate the required input current. Finally, you calculate the thermal output. A sample configuration is provided in Table 8.

We recommend that you provision power according to the maximum input current listed in the power system electrical specifications (see MX2000 Router High-Voltage Universal (HVAC/HVDC) Power Subsystem Electrical Specifications and High-Voltage Universal (HVAC/HVDC) Power Circuit Breaker Requirements for the MX2000 Router).

Use the following procedures to calculate the power requirement:

- Calculate the power requirement.
- Evaluate the power budget.
- Calculate input power.
- Calculate thermal output (BTUs) for cooling requirements. High-Voltage Universal (HVAC/HVDC) Power Circuit Breaker Requirements for the MX2000 Router.

The MX2008 DC power system provides power to the FRUs in the chassis (seeTable 8 for information about power). Each power system is made up of two DC PDMs, nine PSMs, ten MPCs, two fan trays, eight SFBs, and two RCBs.

When calculating power requirements, be sure that there is adequate power for the system.

Table 8: MX2008 Power System Sample Configuration

Chassis Power Configuration | Power Distribution Modules (PDMs) | Power Supply Modules (PSMs) | Description |
---|---|---|---|

2 PSMs, 2 RCBs, 8 SFBs, and 2 fan trays (no line cards installed) | PDM 0 and 1 | 2 PSMs | The power consumed by RCBs and SFBs is 100 W each. The power consumed by 2 RCBs and 8 SFBs is 1 KW. The power consumed by fan trays The total Kilowatts of power consumed is 4.0 KW. |

10 Line cards | PDM 0 and 1 | 5 PSMs | Each line card consumes up to 1 KW. One PSM is needed for every set of 2 line cards. |

| PDM 0 and 1 | 9 PSMs | This provides |

- Calculate the power requirements (usage) using the values
in MX2008 High-Voltage Second-Generation Universal Power Requirements as shown in Table 9.
Table 9: Typical HVAC/HVDC Power Requirements for MX2008 Router

Component

Model Number

Power Requirement (Watts) with 91% Efficiency

Base chassis

CHAS-MX2008-BB

–

Fan trays

MX2000-FANTRAY-BB

1500 * 2 W = 3000 W

MPC

MPC-3D-16XGE-SFPP

440 W * 10 = 4400 W

ADC

ADC

150 W * 10 = 1500 W

RCB

REMX2008-X8-64G

100 W * 2 = 200 W

SFB—slots 0 through 7

MX2008-SFB2

100 W * 8 = 800 W

MX2010 HVAC/HVDC power system (upper and lower half of chassis, 19 A feeds to each PDM input)

3000 W * 8 PSMs=24,000 W (+ 1 PSM@3000 W redundant capacity)

- Evaluate the power budget, including the budget for each
configuration if applicable, and check the required power against
the maximum output power of available PDM options.
Table 10 lists the PSMs, their maximum output power, and unused power (or a power deficit).

Table 10: Calculating HVAC/HVDC Power Budget

Power Supply Module

Maximum Output Power of Power Supply Module (Watt)

Maximum Output Power for System (Watt)—Including Redundant Capacity

MX2008 Universal (HVAC/HVDC) PSM

3000 W for single feed

3400 W for dual feed

3000 * 8 PSM = 24,000 W (single feed)

3400 * 8 PSM = 27,200 W (dual feed)

- Calculate input power. Divide the total output requirement
by the efficiency of the PSM as shown in Table 11.
Table 11: Calculating HVAC/HVDC Input Power

Power Supply Module

Power Supply Module Efficiency

Input Power Requirement (Watt)—per PSM

MX2008 Universal (HVAC/HVDC) PSM

91%

3300 W for single feed, 3800 W for dual feed

- Calculate thermal output (BTUs). Multiply the input power
requirement (in watts) by 3.41 as shown in Table 12.
Table 12: Calculating HVAC/HVDC Input Power

Loaded Chassis Heat Load

Thermal Output (BTUs per hour)

Loaded chassis configuration

34.5 KW divided by 0.91 * 3.41 = 129,280 BTU/hr.

34.5 KW of output power consumed by the chassis. This is the maximum output the chassis can consume in a redundant configuration. The input power is 16.5 divided by 0.91 = 37.9 KW.