Key words: APW12 & APW121417a & APW121417 & Antminer L7 DOGE MINER & Antminer L7 Power Supply
Why buy from (work with) us?
1.New & original from Original factory, each power supply has its own official S/N number.
2.Large stock for immediately shipping and Regular supply.
Brand new Antminer APW121417 (a version) PSU for Bitmain Antminer L7, If you are a mining farm manager, please keep some spare APW121417a power supplies for the miner rig and replace the damaged power supply in time can reduce losses.
If the APW121417 power supply used by the miner is damaged, please do not use the APW12 power supply to replace it. Changing the power supply model of the miner may cause the miner to malfunction
Antminer L7 Repair Checklist：Detail
100% Original power supply only from NBTC!
About Litecoin Antminer L7
Note: The Antminer L7 server (9500M) is with fixed frequency 1850 MHz. Firmware will stop running when the Temp
(Outlet) reaches to 80℃，there will be an error message “over max temp, pcb temp (real-time temp)”
shown on the bottom of kernel log page. Meanwhile, the server temperature on the dashboard interface
turns to abnormal and shows “Temp is too high”.
|Function||LTC/DOGE Scrypt Air-cooling Miner|
|Specifications||9050M 3260W 0.36J/M|
Antminer L7 Specifications
|Algorithm | Cryptocurrency||Scrypt | LTC/DOGE|
|Hashrate, MH/s||9050 ±3%|
|Power on wall @25°C, Watt||3260 ±10%|
|Power efficiency on wall @25°C, J/MH||0.36 ±10%|
|APW121417 Power supply AC Input voltage, Volt(1-1)||200~240|
|APW121417 Power supply AC Input Frequency Range, Hz||47~63|
|APW121417 Power supply AC Input current, Amp(1-2)||20|
|Networking connection mode||RJ45 Ethernet 10/100M|
|Miner Size (Length*Width*Height, w/o package),mm||370*195.5*290|
|Miner Size (Length*Width*Height, with package),mm||570*316*430|
|Net weight, kg||13.5|
|Gross weight, kg||15.0|
|Operation humidity(non-condensing) , RH||10~90%|
(1-1) Caution: Wrong input voltage may probably cause Antminer L7 miner damaged
(1-2) Two AC input wires, 10A per wire
(1-3) Operation altitude is recommended below 2000m