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PTX10016 Power Planning

Use the information to calculate the power consumption for the PTX10016 and plan your configuration’s power requirements.

Power Requirements for PTX10016 Components

Table 1 lists the power requirements for different hardware components of a PTX10016 router under typical voltage conditions and optics. For power requirements for chassis configurations, see Calculate Power Requirements for a PTX10016 Router.

Table 1: Power Requirements for PTX10016 Components

Components

Description

Power Requirements (Watts)

At 25° C for all systems

At 40° C for systems running Junos OS Evolved

At 55° C for systems running standard Junos OS

JNP10016-SF

PTX10016 standard SIB

510 W

593 W

675 W

JNP10016-FAN

PTX10016 standard fan tray

475 W

975 W at maximum fan speed

JNP10K-RE0

PTX10016 standard RCB

50 W

75 W

100 W

JNP10K-RE1

PTX10016 enhanced RCB

100 W

138 W

175 W

PTX10K-LC1101

PTX10016 30-port QSFP28 line card

890 W

1020 W

1150 W

PTX10K-LC1102

PTX10016 36-port QSFP+ line card

520 W

598 W

675 W

PTX10K-LC1104

PTX10016 coherent DWDM line card

900 W

975 W

1050 W

PTX10K-LC1105

PTX10016 30-port MACsec QSSP28 line card

950 W

1100  W

1250 W

QFX10000-60S-6Q

PTX10016 60-port SFP+ and 6-port QSFP+ line card

365 W

410 W

465 W

Calculate Power Requirements for a PTX10016 Router

Use the information in this topic to calculate power requirements of your PTX10016 configuration and the number of power supplies required for different PTX10016 router configurations.

CAUTION:

To ensure adequate power and to avoid raising a power alarm, we recommend that you maintain n +1 power supplies in your router at all times. Replace failed power supplies immediately to prevent unexpected failures.

If a new line card is installed in an operational router, power management does not power on the line card if the increased power demand exceeds the total available power, including redundant power. If redundant power is used to power on the line card, a minor alarm is raised, which becomes a major alarm in five minutes if the condition is not corrected.

Note:

The calculations in this topic represent the maximum power requirements that you need to budget for your PTX10016 router configuration. The actual power consumption of your router will be less than the calculated results shown here and will vary based on the hardware and software configuration of your router, the amount of traffic passing through the line cards, and environmental variables such as room temperature.

Before you begin these calculations:

This topic describes these tasks:

How to Calculate the Power Consumption of Your PTX10016 Configuration

Use the following procedure to determine the maximum power you need to supply to the router. To calculate maximum system power consumption, you first determine the combined maximum internal power requirements of all the router components and then divide this result by the power supply output power.

CAUTION:

To ensure adequate power and to avoid raising a power alarm, we recommend that you maintain n +1 power supplies in your router at all times. Replace failed power supplies immediately to prevent unexpected failures.

If a new line card is installed in an operational router, power management does not power on the line card if the increased power demand exceeds the total available power, including redundant power. If redundant power is used to power on the line card, a minor alarm is raised, which becomes a major alarm in five minutes if the condition is not corrected.

Note:

The calculations in this topic represent the maximum power requirements that you need to budget for your PTX10016 router configuration. The actual power consumption of your router will be less than the calculated results shown here and will vary based on the hardware and software configuration of your router, the amount of traffic passing through the line cards, and environmental variables such as room temperature.

To calculate maximum system power consumption:

  1. Determine the maximum power consumption of the base chassis components (that is, the components other than the line cards). Use Table 2 if your router is configured as either for the standard base, or the redundant configuration.
    Table 2: Chassis Power Consumption for Standard Configurations

    Chassis Component

    Base Configuration

    Redundant Configuration

    Fan tray

    1950 W

    1950 W

    RCB

    100 W

    200 W

    Switch Interface Board (SIB)

    3125 W

    3750 W

    Total

    5175 W

    5900 W

  2. Calculate the maximum internal power consumption of the entire router by adding in the power requirements of each line card. See Table 3 for a chart of the power needed for line cards.
    Table 3: Line Card Power Consumption

    Number of Line Cards

    PTX10K-LC1101

    PTX10K-LC1102

    PTX10K-LC1104

    PTX10K-LC1105

    1

    1150 W

    675 W

    1050 W

    1250 W

    2

    2300 W

    1350 W

    2100 W

    2500 W

    3

    3450 W

    2025 W

    3150 W

    3750 W

    4

    4600 W

    2700 W

    4200 W

    5000 W

    5

    5750 W

    3375 W

    6250 W

    6

    6900 W

    4050 W

    7500 W

    7

    8050 W

    4725 W

    8750 W

    8

    9200 W

    5400 W

    10000 W

    9

    10350 W

    6050 W

    11250 W

    10

    11500 W

    6750 W

    12500 W

    11

    12650 W

    7425 W

    13750 W

    12

    13800 W

    8100 W

    15000 W

    13

    14950 W

    8775 W

    16250 W

    14

    16100 W

    9450 W

    17500 W*

    15

    17250 W*

    10125 W

    18750 W*

    16

    18400 W*

    10800 W

    20000 W*

    Note:

    *In a redundant DC configuration, a maximum of 14 PTX10K-LC1101 or 13 PTX10K-LC1105 line cards are supported.

    Note:

    The PTX10K-LC1104 line card is designed to comply with NEBS regulations on the PTX10016 Packet Transport Router when these routers are used in typical configurations. In a typical configuration, a PTX10016 router supports up to 16 line cards, with up to four PTX10K-LC1104 line cards in any of the 16 slots.

    Note:

    To comply with EMC regulations, you must also install front panel on the PTX10016 chassis. See Install the Front Door on a PTX10016 Router.

    For example, for a PTX10016 with six PTX10K-LC1102 and five PTX10K-LC1101 line cards, the maximum power consumption is:

    = 6 (power consumed by PTX10K-LC1102 in watts) + 5 (power consumed by PTX10K-LC1101 line cards in watts)

    = 6 (650 W) + 5 (1150 W)

    = (4050 W + 5750 W)

    = 9800 W

  3. Add the power consumption from Step 1 and the total line card consumption from Step 2.

    To continue from the previous example, add the wattage from five PTX10K-LC1102 line cards and three PTX10K-LC1101 cards to a redundant configuration.

    (9800 W) + (5900 W)

    = 15700 W required

How to Calculate the Number of Power Supplies Required for Your PTX10016 Configuration

Use this procedure to calculate the number of power supplies required by your router configuration. The minimum power configuration for PTX10016 routers is three power supplies. However, using the calculated minimum power configuration does not prevent the system from raising a power alarm. To ensure you do not log power alarms, you must configure your router for n+1 power supplies.

To calculate the number of power supplies required for your minimum router configuration:

  1. Determine the power available from the power supplies. Table 4 shows the power available for installed power supplies.
    Table 4: Total Power Available

    Power Supply Module Models

    With Three Power Supplies

    With Four Power Supplies

    With Five Power Supplies

    With Six Power Supplies

    With Seven Power Supplies

    With Eight Power Supplies

    With Nine Power Supplies

    Ten Power Supplies (redundancy only)

    JNP10K-PWR-AC

    8100 W

    10,800 W

    13,500 W

    16,200 W

    18,900 W

    21,600 W

    24,300  W

    JNP10K-PWR-AC2 dual feed, high power (30-A) setting

    16,500 W

    22,000 W

    27,500 W

    33,000 W

    38,500 W

    44,000 W

    49,500 W

    JNP10K-PWR-AC2 single feed, high power (30-A) setting

    15,000 W

    20,000 W

    25,000 W

    30,000 W

    35,000 W

    40,000 W

    45,000 W

    JNP10K-PWR-AC2, dual feed, low power (20-A) setting

    9,000 W

    12,000 W

    15,000 W

    18,000 W

    21,000 W

    24,000 W

    27,000 W

    JNP10K-PWR-AC2, single feed, low power (20-A) setting

    8,100 W

    10,800 W

    13,500 W

    16,200 W

    18,900 W

    21,600 W

    24,300  W

    JNP10K-PWR-DC

    12,500 W

    15,000 W

    17,500 W

    20,000 W

    22,500 W

    JNP10K-PWR-DC2 dual feed, high power (80-A) setting

    27,500 W

    33,000 W

    38,500 W

    44,000 W

    49,500 W

    JNP10K-PWR-DC2 dual feed, low power (60-A) setting

    22,000 W

    26,400 W

    30,800 W

    35,200 W

    39,600 W

    JNP10K-PWR-DC2 single feed, high power (80-A) setting

    13,750 W

    16,500 W

    19,250 W

    22,000 W

    24,750 W

    JNP10K-PWR-DC2 single feed, low power (60-A) setting

    11,000 W

    13,200 W

    15,400 W

    17,600 W

    19,800 W

    Note:

    The HVAC/HVDC power supply, JNP10K-PWR-AC2, has a set of DIP switches on the faceplate that allows you to configure the power supply for either high power (30 A) or low power (20 A) input mode. If any JNP10K-PWR-AC2. power supply is set to 20 A, then the power budget for all power supplies installed in the system becomes 20 A, regardless if other power supplies are set at 30 A. This design is to prevent overloading of the power supply that is set to 20 A. See Table 1 for details on setting the DIP switches.

  2. Determine the total power required for your configuration with line cards installed. The total power available to the chassis is calculated by dividing the wattage needed by the power rating, and then rounding up.

    In the previous examples, we calculated that a PTX10016 AC system would require 15700 W with five PTX10K-LC1102 and three PTX10K-LC1101 line cards. In this example, we calculate the total power available for this configuration:

    = (15700 W) / (2700 W)

    = 5.81

    Round up the result to 6 JNP10K-PWR-AC power supplies. A base configuration would require an additional power supply; a redundant AC system would have sufficient power supplies.

  3. Calculate how much power the power supplies need. To determine the power required, multiply the number of power supplies by the power supply wattage and divide by the efficiency of the power supply. The efficiency rate accounts for the loss of energy within the power supply and is 89 percent for power supplies running in PTX10016 routers.

    For example if you have an AC system with six power supplies:

    = 6 (2700 W) / (efficiency rating)

    = (16200 W) / (0.89)

    = 18202 W

    Table 5 shows how much power needs to be supplied for various configurations.

    Table 5: Total Power Available with Efficiency

    Number of Power Supplies

    AC

    DC

    3

    9102 W

     

    4

    12135 W

     

    5

    15169 W

     

    6

    18202 W

    7

    21236 W

     

    8

    24270 W

     

    9

    27304 W

    25281 W

    10 (for redundancy only)

     

     

JNP10K-PWR-AC Power Specifications

PTX10008 and PTX10016 redundant-configuration routers can use either AC or DC power supplies; base-configuration routers are AC only. You can run the JNP10K-PWR-AC power supply only in JNP10008-SF fabric systems.

Table 6 lists the power specifications for the AC power supply (JNP10K-PWR-AC) used in a PTX10008 or PTX10016 chassis.

Table 6: Power Specifications for a JNP10K-PWR-AC Power Supply

Item

Specifications

AC input voltage

Operating range: 200–240 VAC

AC input line frequency

50–60 Hz

AC input current rating

16 A

AC output power

2700 W

CAUTION:

Use a 2-pole circuit breaker rated at 25 A in the building installation and the system, or as per local electrical code.

Table 7 shows the physical specifications for an AC power supply.

Table 7: Physical Specifications for a JNP10K-PWR-AC Power Supply

Specification

Value

Height

3.5 in. (8.89 cm)

Width

3.6 in. (9.14 cm)

Depth

14.4 in. (36.58 cm)

Weight

6.8 lb (3.08 kg)

JNP10K-PWR-AC2 Power Specifications

PTX10008 and PTX10016 redundant-configuration routers can use either AC or DC power supplies; base-configuration routers are AC only. The JNP10K-PWR-AC2 power supply supports AC, HVAC, and HVDC.

Table 8 lists the power specifications for the AC power supply (JNP10K-PWR-AC) used in a PTX10008 and PTX10016 chassis.

Table 8: Power Specifications for a JNP10K-PWR-AC2 Power Supply

Item

Specifications

AC input voltage

180–305 VAC

DC input voltage

190–410  VDC

Input current rating

28.5 A

DC output power

12.3 V, 5500 W with dual feed and 5000 W with single feed

Table 9 shows the physical specifications for a JNP10K-PWR-AC2 power supply.

Table 9: Physical Specifications for a JNP10K-PWR-AC2 Power Supply

Specification

Value

Height

3.5 in. (8.89 cm)

Width

3.6 in. (9.14 cm)

Depth

15.1 in. (38.35 cm)

Weight

11.4 lb (5.17 kg)

PTX10016 Power Cables Specifications

Most sites distribute power through a main conduit that leads to frame-mounted power distribution panels, one of which can be located at the top of the rack that houses the router. An AC power cord connects each power supply to the power distribution panel.

Note:

In North America, AC power cords must not exceed 15 feet (approximately 4.5 meters) in length, to comply with National Electrical Code (NEC) Sections 400-8 (NFPA 75, 5-2.2) and 210-52 and Canadian Electrical Code (CEC) Section 4-010(3). The cords shipped with the router to North America and Canada are in compliance.

PTX10016 AC, high-voltage alternating current (HVAC), and high-voltage direct current (HVDC) power supplies have specific cord requirements. Use the following sections to determine the cable requirements based on the model of your power supply and any mode settings:

JNP10K-PWR-AC Power Cable Specifications

Each JNP10K-PWR-AC power supply has two independent 16 A rated AC inlets on the faceplate.

Each detachable AC power cord for is 8 feet (approximately 2.5 meters) long. The coupler end of the appliance cord inserts into the AC appliance inlet on the faceplate of the AC power supply. The coupler type is C19 as described by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) standard 60320. The plug end of the power cord fits into the power source outlet that is standard for your geographical location.

Table 10 lists the AC power cord specifications for JNP10K-PWR-AC for various countries and regions.

Table 10: AC Power Cord Specifications for JNP10K-PWR-AC Power Supplies

Country/Region

Electrical Specifications

Plug Standards

Juniper Model Number

Graphic

Argentina

250 VAC, 16 A, 50 Hz

IRAM Type RA/3/20

CBL-EX-PWR-C19-AR

Australia

250 VAC, 15 A, 50 Hz

AS/NZS 3112 Type SAA/3/15

CBL-EX-PWR-C19-AU

Brazil

250 VAC, 16 A, 50 Hz

NBR 14136: 2002 Type BR/3/20

CBL-EX-PWR-C19-BR

China

250 VAC, 16 A, 50 Hz

GB 1002 Type PRC/3/16

CBL-EX-PWR-C19-CH

Europe (except Italy, Switzerland, and United Kingdom)

250 VAC, 16 A, 50 Hz

CEE (7) VII Type VIIG

CBL-EX-PWR-C19-EU

India

250 AC, 16 A, 50 Hz

SABS 164/1:1992 Type ZA/3

CBL-EX-PWR-C19-SA

Israel

250 AC, 16 A, 50 Hz

SI 32/1971 Type IL/3

CBL-EX-PWR-C19-IL

Italy

250 VAC, 16 A, 50 Hz

CEI 23-16 Type I/3/16

CBL-EX-PWR-C19-IT

Japan

250 VAC, 16 A, 60 Hz

NEMA 6–20 Type N6/20

CBL-EX-PWR-C19-JP (default)

250 VAC, 16 A, 60 Hz

NEMA L6–20P Type NEMA Locking

CBL-EX-PWR-C19-JPL

Korea

250 VAC, 16 A, 50 Hz

CEE (7) VII Type VIIG

CBL-EX-PWR-C19-KR

North America

250 VAC, 16 A, 60 Hz

NEMA 6–20 Type N6/20

CBL-EX-PWR-C19-US (default)

250 VAC, 16 A, 60 Hz

NEMA L6–20P Type NEMA Locking

CBL-EX-PWR-C19-USL

South Africa

250 VAC, 16 A, 50 Hz

SABS 164/1:1992 Type ZA/3

CBL-EX-PWR-C19-SA

Switzerland

250 VAC, 16 A, 50 Hz

SEV 5934/2 Type 23G

CBL-EX-PWR-C19-SZ

United Kingdom

250 VAC, 13 A, 50 Hz

BS 1363/A Type BS89/13

CBL-EX-PWR-C19-UK

Worldwide (other)

250 VAC, 16 A, 50 Hz

EN 60320-2-2/1

CBL-EX-PWR-C19-C20

CAUTION:

It is important to connect both input feeds of the JNP10K-PWR-AC2 power supply to AC mains before loading the system with power.

CAUTION:

Use a 2-pole circuit breaker rated at 25 A in the building installation and the system, or as per local electrical code.

JNP10K-PWR-AC2 Power Cable Specifications

The JNP10K-PWR-AC2 power supply operates in two modes:

Warning:

Do not run JNP10K-PWR-AC2 power supplies using 16-A or 20-A cables if connected to 30-A input.

CAUTION:

You can prevent AC power cables from being exposed to hot air exhaust by always routing the power cables away from the fan trays and power supplies.

Note:

The cables that we ship are 4.5 m long and come with AWG or mm² wire size depending on your country or region.

Table 11: JNP10K-PWR-AC2 Power Cable Specifications for 20-A Input

Locale

Cord Set Rating

Plug Standards

Spare Juniper Model Number

Graphic

Argentina

16 A, 250 VAC

IRAM 2073 Type RA/3

CBL-JNP-SG4-AR

Australia and New Zealand

15 A, 250  VAC

AS/NZS 3112

CBL-JNP-SG4-AU

Brazil

16 A, 250 VAC

NBR 14136 Type BR/3

CBL-JNP-SG4-BR

China

16 A, 250 VAC

GB2099

CBL-JNP-SG4-CH

Europe (except Italy, Switzerland, and United Kingdom)

20 A, 250 VAC

CEE 7/7

CBL-JNP-SG4-EU

Great Britain

13 A, 250 VAC,

BS1363

CBL-JNP-SG4-UK

India

16 A, 250 VAC

SANS 164/1

CBL-JNP-SG4-SA

Israel

16 A, RA, 250 VAC

SI 32/1971 Type IL/3C

CBL-JNP-SG4-IL

Italy

16 A, 250 VAC

CEI 23-50

CBL-JNP-SG4-IT

North America

20 A, 250 VAC

3-5958P4 to IEC 60320 C20

CBL-JNP-SG4-C20

16 A, 250 VAC

Locking NEMA L6-20P

CBL-JNP-SG4-US-L

NEMA 6-20P

CBL-JNP-SG4-US

15 A, 277 V

NEMA I7-20P

CBL-JNP-SG4-HVAC

South Africa

16 A, 250 VAC

SANS 164/1

CBL-JNP-SG4-SA

Switzerland

16 A, 250 VAC

CEI 23-50

CBL-JNP-SG4-SZ

JNP10K-PWR-AC2 Power Cable Specifications for 30-A Input

The JNP10K-PWR-AC2 HVAC or HVDC power supplies requires a high current cable assembly when set for 30-A input. One end of the cable has an Anderson APP-400 connector, while the other end of the cable is bare wire. See Figure 1 and Table 12. These cables are separately orderable and are not shipped automatically with JNP10K-PWR-AC2 orders. An example of the right-angle cable and connector is shown in Figure 3.

For connection to AC systems, Juniper provides a cable with either a NEMA 30-A connector (Figure 1) or an IEC 330P6W connector (Figure 2).

Figure 1: NEMA 30-A Connector NEMA 30-A Connector
Figure 2: IEC 330P6W ConnectorIEC 330P6W Connector
Table 12: 30-A Cabling Options

Locale

Cord Set Rating

Plug Standards

Connector

Spare Juniper Model Number

HVAC/HVDC power cord

Any

30-A, 400 VAC

UL 950 and IEC 60950

Anderson/straight to bare wire

CBL-PWR2-BARE

30-A, 400 VAC

UL 950 and IEC 60950

Anderson/right-angle to bare wire

CBL-PWR2-BARE-RA

AC power cord

Continental Europe

30-A 250 VAC

UL 950 and IEC332P6

Anderson/right-angle to IEC 332P6

CBL-PWR2-332P6W-RA

30-A 250 VAC

UL 950 and IEC332P6

Anderson/straight to IEC332P6

CBL-PWR2-332P6W

North America

30-A 240 VAC

IEC330P6

Anderson/right-angle to IEC 330P6

CBL-PWR2-330P6W-RA

30-A 240 VAC

IEC330P6

Anderson/straight to IEC 330P6

CBL-PWR2-330P6W

30-A 250 VAC

UL 498, CSA

Anderson/right-angle to L6-30P (NEMA-30A)

CBL-PWR2-L6-30P-RA

30-A 250 VAC

UL 498, IEC5958P4

Anderson/straight to L6-30P (NEMA-30A)

CBL-PWR2-L6-30P

Figure 3: Right-Angle, Bare Cable with Anderson ConnectorRight-Angle, Bare Cable with Anderson Connector
  1
Black wire – Return (+)
  3
White wire – Neutral
  2
Green wire - Ground
 

JNP10K-PWR-DC Power Specifications

The DC power supply (JNP10K-PWR-DC) is supported only in PTX10008-SF or PTX10016-SF fabric systems. Table 13 lists the power specifications for the JNP10K-PWR-DC power supply used in a PTX10008 and PTX10016 modular chassis.

Table 13: Power Specifications for the JNP10K-PWR-DC Power Supply

Item

Specifications

DC input voltage

  • Minimum operating voltage: –40 VDC

  • Nominal operating voltage: –48 VDC

  • Operating voltage range: –40 VDC through –72 VDC

DC input current rating

60 A maximum at nominal operating voltage (–48 VDC) for each input terminal

Output power

2500 W

Table 14 shows the physical specifications for a JNP10K-PWR-DC power supply.

Table 14: Physical Specifications of a JNP10K-PWR-DC Power Supply

Specification

Value

Height

3.5 in. (8.89 cm)

Width

3.6 in. (9.14 cm)

Depth

14.4 in. (36.58 cm)

Weight

6 lb (2.72 kg)

JNP10K-PWR-DC2 Power Specifications

HVDC power supplies (JNP10K-PWR-DC2) are supported in only the PTX10008 and PTX10016 redundant configuration. Table 15 lists the power specifications for the HVDC power supply used in PTX10008 and PTX10016 routers.

Table 15: Power Specifications for the JNP10K-PWR-DC2 Power Supply

Item

Specifications

DC input voltage

  • Minimum operating voltage: –40 VDC

  • Nominal operating voltage: –48 VDC

  • Operating voltage range: –40 VDC through –72 VDC

DC input current rating

  • 76-A maximum at minimum operating voltage (-40 VDC) with 80-A DIP switch setting and 5500-W output load.

  • 64-A maximum at nominal operating voltage (–48 VDC) with 80-A DIP switch setting and 5500-W output load.

  • 60-A maximum at minimum operating voltage (-40 VDC) with 60-A DIP switch setting and 4400-W output load.

  • 50-A maximum at nominal operating voltage (-48 VDC) with 60-A DIP switch setting and 4400-W output load.

Output power

2200 W for low input (60-A) single feed

4400 W for low input (60-A) dual feed

2750 W for high input (80-A) single feed

5500 W for high input (80-A) dual feed

Table 16 shows the physical specifications for a JNP10K-PWR-DC2 power supply.

Table 16: Physical Specifications of a JNP10K-PWR-DC2 Power Supply

Specification

Value

Height

3.5 in. (8.89 cm)

Width

3.6 in. (9.14 cm)

Depth

16.05 in. (40.77 cm)

Weight

8.1 lb (3.67 kg)

PTX10016 Grounding Cable and Lug Specifications

You must install the router in a restricted-access location and ensure it is adequately grounded at all times. Proper grounding ensures your router is operating correctly and that it meets safety and electromagnetic interference (EMI) requirements. The PTX10016 modular chassis has a 2-hole protective grounding terminal on the rear of the chassis beneath the power supplies for grounding.

For AC powered systems, you must also use the grounding wire in the AC power cord along with the 2-hole lug ground connection. This tested system meets or exceeds all applicable EMC regulatory requirements with the 2-hole protective grounding terminal.

Warning:

To comply with GR-1089 requirements, all intrabuilding copper cabling used for SFP+, QSFP+, and QSFP28 ports must be shielded and grounded at both ends.

CAUTION:

Before router installation begins, a licensed electrician must attach a cable lug to the grounding cables that you supply. See Connect a PTX10016 Router to Earth Ground. A cable with an incorrectly attached lug can damage the router.

Before connecting the router to earth ground, review the following information:

  • Two threaded inserts (PEM nuts) are provided on the lower rear of the chassis for connecting the router to earth ground. The grounding points are spaced at 0.63 in. (16 mm) centers.

  • The grounding lug required is a Panduit LCD6-10A-L or equivalent (provided). The grounding lug accommodates 6 AWG (13.3 mm²) stranded wire. If one or more JNP10K-PWR-DC2 power supplies are installed in the chassis and set for high input (80 A), use the Panduit LCD4-14A-L or equivalent (provided). This lug accommodates 4 AWG (21.1mm²) stranded wire. The 4 AWG (21.1 mm²) stranded wire should be rated 90° C, or as permitted by local electrical code.

  • The grounding cable that you provide for a PTX10016 must be the same size or heavier than the input wire of each power supply. Minimum recommendations are 6 AWG (13.3 mm²) stranded copper wire, Class B; 90° C wire, or as permitted by local code.