APW7 is a new power supply model released by Bitmain especially for our Antminers. This power supply is an upgraded version of APW3++ and it has few technology advantages compared to our APW3++.
|Output||DC Voltage||12.0 V|
|Rated Current (200 – 240 V input)||150 A|
|Rated Power (200 – 240 V input)||1800 W|
|Rated Current (100 – 140 V input)||67 A|
|Rated Power (100-140 V input)||800 W|
|Ripple & Noise||< 1%|
|Voltage Regulation||< 2%|
|Source Regulation||< 1%|
|Load Regulation||< 1%|
|Setup, Rise Time||< 2 S|
|Power off Protection Trip Time||> 10 mS|
|Input||Voltage Range||100-140 V A/C |
200-240 V A/C
|Frequency Range||50 – 60 Hz|
|Power Factor||> 0.99 (full load)|
|Leakage Current||< 1.5 mA 220 V 50 Hz)|
|Protection||Low-voltage Input||80 – 89 V A/C|
|Output Short Circuit||Yes|
|Output Overcurrent||100 – 200 A|
|Environment||Operating Temperature||-20°C – 50°C|
|Operating Humidity||20% – 90% relative humidity (non-condensing)|
|Altitude||< 2000 m|
|Structure||Dimensions||220 x 108 x 62 mm|
Compared to APW3++, the rated power of APW7 has increased by 200 W. And we can understand from the below APW7 Efficiency Curve diagram that its efficiency is 95% which increased 1.5%.
We are using APW7 to run the X3 Antminer (with rated Power is 500 W). We see that the power consumption of 490.8 W (on the left picture), so the load percentage is 490.8/1800 = 27.27%
Whereas using APW3++ to run X3 miner has a power consumption of 498.2 W (on the right picture), so the load percentage 498.2/1600=31.14%
We can conclude that APW7 could save around 4% of the power used. This would reduce the cost of mining.
Temperature measured at the placement area
Temperature measured on its metal casing:
APW7 has a better heat dissipation, which means APW7 can work in a higher temperature environment.