Looking for high-efficiency power solutions at an entry-level price? HPE Standard Power Supplies offer an enhanced set of features with options for both redundant and non-redundant power configurations. HPE 550W FIO Power Supply is 80 PLUS Silver-certified (89%)1 with an enhanced set of features for non-redundant power configurations for ProLiant DL and ML 10/100 Gen9 servers. HPE 900W Gold Redundant AC Power Input Module with Power Backplane can be configured to support power redundancy in HPE ProLiant Gen9 DL and ML 10/100 server series, providing protection against power loss and reducing operating expenses and trapped power capacity with an 80 PLUS Gold efficiency rating up to 92%1. HPE 500W FIO Power Supply is 80 PLUS Gold-certified (92%)1 with an enhanced set of features for non-redundant power configurations for HPE ProLiant DL and ML 10/100 Gen10 server series, as well as HPE ProLiant ML350 Gen10 Server.
How do you increase power efficiency on the HPE BladeSystem c7000 Enclosure or HPE Synergy 12000 Frame? HPE Performance Power Supplies provide highly efficient and flexible power options specifically designed for HPE Blade Enclosures. The c7000 Enclosure supports up to six Gold (92%) or Platinum (94%) 80 PLUS certified power supply options and the Synergy 12000 Frame supports up to six Titanium (96%) 80 PLUS certified power supply options, providing high efficiency power solutions.1 Performance Power Supplies provide you the flexibility of operating in different data center power infrastructure with multiple AC and DC power input voltages. Each power option supports hot plug installation and removal, providing fast, tool-less access to your power supplies. Support for HPE Power Discovery Services is available, which allows you to map the power topology inside your rack, speeding implementation time and greatly reducing the risk of human errors that can cause power outages.
HPE Multi-Output Power Supplies provide lower-cost options for customers needing enterprise class efficiency and reliability while maintaining the lowest possible hardware costs. Some Multi-Output options are designed specifically for an HPE server, while some options are compatible with multiple HPE servers. HPE 550W FIO Power Supply is 80PLUS Gold-certified (92%)  with an enhanced set of features for non-redundant power configurations for HPE ProLiant DL and ML 10/100 Gen10 server series, as well as HPE ProLiant ML350 Gen10 Server.
How do you improve data center power efficiency without impacting IT performance? HPE Flexible Slot Power Supplies provide up to 96% power efficiency with 80PLUS Titanium-certified power supplies that lower server power requirements and reduce power waste in your data center1. Its form factor is 25% smaller than previous generation power supplies, providing more space to add additional server options and improve the performance of your servers. These power supplies provide fast, tool-less hot plug access to server power supplies for greater serviceability, and are supported across the entire HPE ProLiant Gen10, HPE ProLiant 300 Gen9 server series families, HPE Apollo 2000 and HPE Apollo 4000 series, simplifying your spares strategy and further reducing data center costs.
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HPE Common Slot Power Supplies share a common electrical and physical design that allows for hot-swap, tool-less installation into HPE server and storage solutions. These power supplies are available in multiple, high-efficiency input and output options, allowing you to "right-size" a power supply for specific server/storage configurations and environments. This flexibility helps to reduce power waste, lower overall energy costs, and avoid "trapped" power capacity in the data center.
The power supplies provide the IT industry’s highest level of power efficiency (up to 96%), helping users to reduce power requirements per server and reducing overall data center power requirements. The Platinum Plus and Titanium power supplies also enable HPE Power Discovery Services which focus on increasing compute density while reducing data center outages.