In Data Center Operation, two types of voltage are specified:
Three phase voltage indicates the power supply to/from equipment that contains all three phases. The specified voltage is the voltage between two of the available phases. A three phase voltage could for example be used for a power distribution unit that can supply all three power phases.
Single phase voltage are used by most power consumers, and for equipment that only supplies power on a single pair of lines/cables. The voltage specified is the voltage between the two the lines. This can be a phase-to-neutral and a phase-to-phase pair. For example, a server should be supplied with a single phase.
Voltage supported in Data Center Operation
- Three phase: 100V, 200V, 208V, 380V, 400V, 415V, 480V, 600V
- Three phase (Scott transformed): 200V/100V, 208V/104V, 210V/105V, 220V/110V, 230V/115V
- Single phase (both phase-to-neutral and phase-to-phase): 58V, 100V, 104V, 105V, 110V, 115V, 120V, 200V, 208V, 210V, 220V, 230V, 240V, 277V, 347V
You can specify the voltage used in your data center.