Azure Stack Hub ruggedized site readiness
This topic covers environmental and PDU power drop requirements for the Azure Stack Hub ruggedized.
These values are intended solely for facility planning purposes and are approximate and conservative. Actual requirements may vary.
The table below lists the environmental requirements for an Azure Stack Hub ruggedized solution with the following configuration:
- 14-TB scale unit
- 200-volt AC input voltage
- 35°C maximum ambient temperature
Table 1. Configuration environmental requirements
|Object||Azure Stack Hub ruggedized requirements|
|Operating temperature||Azure Stack Hub ruggedized operating temperature (with heater requirements): -32°C (-25.6°F) to 43°C (109°F).|
|Humidity and moisture||Storage: 5% to 95% RH with 33°C (91°F) maximum dew point. Atmosphere must be non-condensing always.
Operating: 5% to 85% RH with 29°C (84.2°F) maximum dew point.
|Physical connectivity||Azure Stack Hub ruggedized can be physically connected via the following:
4x10G SR SFP+
|Power input||Max 4.981 Kw, Avg 4.391 KW
Input Connector C13/C14
Input: 100-240 V 50/60Hz
PDU power drop requirements
It's recommended that you use a PDU to connect all the power components. Note that PDUs are not included with the Azure Stack Hub ruggedized system.
The following table lists the power drops required for Azure Stack Hub ruggedized:
Table 2. Required number of power drops
|Single phase||Three-phase Delta||Three-phase Wye|
The Azure Stack integrated system enables you to use different PDU connector types to best integrate into your datacenter. The table below lists the connector types:
Table 3. PDU and connector options
|Location||Single phase||Three-phase Delta||Three-phase Wye|
|North America||- L630P
- Russellstoll 3750DP
|- Hubbell Pro CS8365L
- Russellstoll 9P54U2T/1100
|- Hubbell C530P6S
- ABL Sursum S52S0A
- Flying Leads