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FSP announces their new 700W Twin series redundant PSU

FSP announces their new 700W Twin series redundant PSU

FSP announces their new 700W redundant PSU

FSP announces their new 700W Twin series redundant PSU

 

FSP has announced their new 700w variant of their Twin series of redundant PSUs, providing users with enhanced reliability and an automatic failsafe in the event of a failure. 

Right now FSP already has a 500W version of this PSU, allowing home users and small businesses to utilise a traditional ATX-sized  PSU for a local server or as a reliable workstation, with both modules sharing the load under normal loads for increased stability and efficiency. In the event of a PSU failure the failed module automatically turns off, and the functional PSU takes over, preventing any system downtime or component damage.  

Failed modules can be hot-swapped for a new module without the need for any system downtime, making this PSU ideal for home email servers or any other system that operate 24 hours a day.  

 

  

This PSU operates with an 80+ Gold power rating, offering over 90% efficiency, with the PSU coming with digital control software which will simplify the diagnosis of a failed module. 

Now FSP's Twin series of redundant PSUs are available in 500W and 700W variants, with retail prices of $399 and $499 respectively. 

 

More information on these redundant PSUs is available on FSP's website here. 

 

You can join the discussion on FSP's 700W Twin series redundant PSU on the OC3D Forums

 

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23-11-2016, 10:18:44

Thelosouvlakia
Very nice! Although... from my little experience that utility to monitor the status is going to be useless unless it runs on debian/ubuntu/fedora/freeBSD server OS -any of these not all of these- then again.. the noise those redundant units make when one fails and the other has to take the load is very very scaryQuote
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