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Entry  Thu Nov 3 19:59:01 2016, awade, DailyProgress, Other, Power cycle in the lab? 
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Message ID: 1765     Entry time: Tue Nov 8 14:46:59 2016     In reply to: 1755     Reply to this: 1772
Author: awade 
Type: Summary 
Category: Other 
Subject: Power cycle in the lab? 

Power budget for essentials.

Power budget PSL lab essentials
  Number Power
North + south lasers 2 30 W (max 75 W)
ion Vacuum pump 1

40 W

Acromag1 (computer) 1 200 W (300 W max)
fb2 (computer) 1 300 W
Marconi 2023A 2

70 W (100 W max)

TOTAL  

740 W (990 W max)


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

APC SMX3000LVNC unit: battery capaciy 738 Volt-Amp-Hour

At the upper bound of consumption (at start of unit life) this will ride out 45 min blackout.

 

 

Quote:

Averaged over the last 10 years, I would say that we have some transient power interruption a couple times per year. Perhaps its worth it to get some kind of UPS?

This one from APC might be good enough to run the lasers and the FB so as to let them ride out a power outage. We mainly want them not to get surges when the Caltech power goes away.

 

 

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