OCP 48V IT/Busbar Connect Project


Steve Mills
 

Here are the notes from today’s call:

 

Proposed Agenda for 24AUG20:

1> Skip Fry (Amphenol) will present on a small form-factor 48V IT Gear Connector proposal for max angularity that the connector will support 

2> Brian (TE) will give an update on the geometry changes to the busbar and connector to support touch safe, gatherability, and float for the IT Gear connector

 

Agenda for 17AUG20:

 

1> Customers >>> Need to provide feedback on creep and clearance for finger safe distances

2> Updated Geometry for Busbar and small profile 48V IT gear connector

3> Justin Knot will provide a feasibility study of the proposed busbar changes

4> Discussion >>> Should we add the following to the OCP standard or leave it open for either the 500Amp Power shelf version or the  IT Gear version:  

  • Resistance values as max voltage drop 20 mV per EIA spec 
  • Trise = 30C in still air
  • Max Mating force for the connector = 80N
  • Standardizing number of hot plug cycles per EIA 
    • 500 AMP:  No hot-plug cycles - 50 non-energized cycles 
    • IT GEAR:  5 plug cycles - 100 non-energized cycles

Notes:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/18LIp9HqDD9s0r0noHOJClWvcd58-gTdaqIFE5GQqXeQ/edit?usp=sharing

Recording:  https://transcripts.gotomeeting.com/#/s/10c2d9acbf52753cbe5e5e043e73814e636dfc5a616683135d96ab28d012dfa7

 

 


Steve Mills
 

Adding the reference documents for the connectors also. 

 

SM

 

 

From: OCP-RackandPower@OCP-All.groups.io <OCP-RackandPower@OCP-All.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Mills
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Subject: [OCP-RackandPower] OCP 48V IT/Busbar Connect Project

 

Here are the notes from today’s call:

 

Proposed Agenda for 24AUG20:

1> Skip Fry (Amphenol) will present on a small form-factor 48V IT Gear Connector proposal for max angularity that the connector will support 

2> Brian (TE) will give an update on the geometry changes to the busbar and connector to support touch safe, gatherability, and float for the IT Gear connector

 

Agenda for 17AUG20:

 

1> Customers >>> Need to provide feedback on creep and clearance for finger safe distances

2> Updated Geometry for Busbar and small profile 48V IT gear connector

3> Justin Knot will provide a feasibility study of the proposed busbar changes

4> Discussion >>> Should we add the following to the OCP standard or leave it open for either the 500Amp Power shelf version or the  IT Gear version:  

  • Resistance values as max voltage drop 20 mV per EIA spec 
  • Trise = 30C in still air
  • Max Mating force for the connector = 80N
  • Standardizing number of hot plug cycles per EIA 
    • 500 AMP:  No hot-plug cycles - 50 non-energized cycles 
    • IT GEAR:  5 plug cycles - 100 non-energized cycles

Notes:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/18LIp9HqDD9s0r0noHOJClWvcd58-gTdaqIFE5GQqXeQ/edit?usp=sharing

Recording:  https://transcripts.gotomeeting.com/#/s/10c2d9acbf52753cbe5e5e043e73814e636dfc5a616683135d96ab28d012dfa7

 

 


Steve Mills
 

Adding the reference documents for the connectors also. 

 

SM

 

 

From: OCP-RackandPower@OCP-All.groups.io <OCP-RackandPower@OCP-All.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Mills
Sent: Monday, August 17, 2020 7:16 PM
To: OCP-RackandPower <OCP-RackandPower@OCP-All.groups.io>
Subject: [OCP-RackandPower] OCP 48V IT/Busbar Connect Project

 

Here are the notes from today’s call:

 

Proposed Agenda for 24AUG20:

1> Skip Fry (Amphenol) will present on a small form-factor 48V IT Gear Connector proposal for max angularity that the connector will support 

2> Brian (TE) will give an update on the geometry changes to the busbar and connector to support touch safe, gatherability, and float for the IT Gear connector

 

Agenda for 17AUG20:

 

1> Customers >>> Need to provide feedback on creep and clearance for finger safe distances

2> Updated Geometry for Busbar and small profile 48V IT gear connector

3> Justin Knot will provide a feasibility study of the proposed busbar changes

4> Discussion >>> Should we add the following to the OCP standard or leave it open for either the 500Amp Power shelf version or the  IT Gear version:  

  • Resistance values as max voltage drop 20 mV per EIA spec 
  • Trise = 30C in still air
  • Max Mating force for the connector = 80N
  • Standardizing number of hot plug cycles per EIA 
    • 500 AMP:  No hot-plug cycles - 50 non-energized cycles 
    • IT GEAR:  5 plug cycles - 100 non-energized cycles

Notes:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/18LIp9HqDD9s0r0noHOJClWvcd58-gTdaqIFE5GQqXeQ/edit?usp=sharing

Recording:  https://transcripts.gotomeeting.com/#/s/10c2d9acbf52753cbe5e5e043e73814e636dfc5a616683135d96ab28d012dfa7

 

 


Costello, Brian P
 

Here is a PDF copy of today’s presentation

 

 

 

Brian P. Costello

System Architect

TE Connectivity
Data and Devices

 

TEL +1 650 361 2339  EMAIL brian.costello@te.com  

te.com

 

 

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Adding the reference documents for the connectors also. 

 

SM

 

 

From: OCP-RackandPower@OCP-All.groups.io <OCP-RackandPower@OCP-All.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Mills
Sent: Monday, August 17, 2020 7:16 PM
To: OCP-RackandPower <OCP-RackandPower@OCP-All.groups.io>
Subject: [OCP-RackandPower] OCP 48V IT/Busbar Connect Project

 

Here are the notes from today’s call:

 

Proposed Agenda for 24AUG20:

1> Skip Fry (Amphenol) will present on a small form-factor 48V IT Gear Connector proposal for max angularity that the connector will support 

2> Brian (TE) will give an update on the geometry changes to the busbar and connector to support touch safe, gatherability, and float for the IT Gear connector

 

Agenda for 17AUG20:

 

1> Customers >>> Need to provide feedback on creep and clearance for finger safe distances

2> Updated Geometry for Busbar and small profile 48V IT gear connector

3> Justin Knot will provide a feasibility study of the proposed busbar changes

4> Discussion >>> Should we add the following to the OCP standard or leave it open for either the 500Amp Power shelf version or the  IT Gear version:  

  • Resistance values as max voltage drop 20 mV per EIA spec 
  • Trise = 30C in still air
  • Max Mating force for the connector = 80N
  • Standardizing number of hot plug cycles per EIA 
    • 500 AMP:  No hot-plug cycles - 50 non-energized cycles 
    • IT GEAR:  5 plug cycles - 100 non-energized cycles

Notes:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/18LIp9HqDD9s0r0noHOJClWvcd58-gTdaqIFE5GQqXeQ/edit?usp=sharing

Recording:  https://transcripts.gotomeeting.com/#/s/10c2d9acbf52753cbe5e5e043e73814e636dfc5a616683135d96ab28d012dfa7

 

 


Steve Mills
 

Thanks Brian for sending this out.

 

 

Here are my notes from yesterday:

 

NO MEETING ON LABOR DAY!

Proposed Agenda for 14SEP20:

1> Skip Fry (Amphenol) will present on a small form-factor 48V IT Gear Connector proposal for max angularity that the connector will support 

2> How much wipe is required for the connector?  <Steve Mills>

 

Agenda for 31AUG20:

 

1> Steve Mills will find out the force of the probe on the cage.

·         No force is applied during the test.

2> Justin Knott will come back with a proposal to review the stiffness of the busbar 

·         We decided not to add any additional requirements on stiffness to the specification

3> Brian (TE) will give an update on the geometry changes to the busbar and connector to support touch safe, gatherability, and float for the IT Gear connector

Brian presented updated proposal for the busbar and connector

 

Notes:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/18LIp9HqDD9s0r0noHOJClWvcd58-gTdaqIFE5GQqXeQ/edit?usp=sharing

Recording: https://transcripts.gotomeeting.com/#/s/3d69f685605a619063ee6f629c99157774322abaa2fd9d062f608c23f8a2c200

 

 

 

Steve Mills

OCP IncubationCommittee Member

 

 

 

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To: OCP-RackandPower@OCP-All.groups.io
Subject: Re: [OCP-RackandPower] OCP 48V IT/Busbar Connect Project

 

Here is a PDF copy of today’s presentation

 

 

 

Brian P. Costello

System Architect

TE Connectivity
Data and Devices

 

TEL +1 650 361 2339  EMAIL brian.costello@te.com  

te.com

 

 

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Adding the reference documents for the connectors also. 

 

SM

 

 

From: OCP-RackandPower@OCP-All.groups.io <OCP-RackandPower@OCP-All.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Mills
Sent: Monday, August 17, 2020 7:16 PM
To: OCP-RackandPower <OCP-RackandPower@OCP-All.groups.io>
Subject: [OCP-RackandPower] OCP 48V IT/Busbar Connect Project

 

Here are the notes from today’s call:

 

Proposed Agenda for 24AUG20:

1> Skip Fry (Amphenol) will present on a small form-factor 48V IT Gear Connector proposal for max angularity that the connector will support 

2> Brian (TE) will give an update on the geometry changes to the busbar and connector to support touch safe, gatherability, and float for the IT Gear connector

 

Agenda for 17AUG20:

 

1> Customers >>> Need to provide feedback on creep and clearance for finger safe distances

2> Updated Geometry for Busbar and small profile 48V IT gear connector

3> Justin Knot will provide a feasibility study of the proposed busbar changes

4> Discussion >>> Should we add the following to the OCP standard or leave it open for either the 500Amp Power shelf version or the  IT Gear version:  

  • Resistance values as max voltage drop 20 mV per EIA spec 
  • Trise = 30C in still air
  • Max Mating force for the connector = 80N
  • Standardizing number of hot plug cycles per EIA 
    • 500 AMP:  No hot-plug cycles - 50 non-energized cycles 
    • IT GEAR:  5 plug cycles - 100 non-energized cycles

Notes:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/18LIp9HqDD9s0r0noHOJClWvcd58-gTdaqIFE5GQqXeQ/edit?usp=sharing

Recording:  https://transcripts.gotomeeting.com/#/s/10c2d9acbf52753cbe5e5e043e73814e636dfc5a616683135d96ab28d012dfa7

 

 


Steve Mills
 

Thanks @Skip.Fry@... for presenting last night on the updated design.

 

We are planning to get the specification finalized in time to present the first pass of the busbar, power shelf and IT Gear Connector.

 

Recording:  https://transcripts.gotomeeting.com/#/s/1956451b9b26cba8dbf46ca7f17a985f694fbef96d18568a703882552a2abcac

 

 

Next meeting will be next week on the 21st.

 

 

Steve Mills

OCP IncubationCommittee Member

 

 

 

 

From: steve.mills@... <steve.mills@...>
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Subject: RE: [OCP-RackandPower] OCP 48V IT/Busbar Connect Project

 

Thanks Brian for sending this out.

 

 

Here are my notes from yesterday:

 

NO MEETING ON LABOR DAY!

Proposed Agenda for 14SEP20:

1> Skip Fry (Amphenol) will present on a small form-factor 48V IT Gear Connector proposal for max angularity that the connector will support 

2> How much wipe is required for the connector?  <Steve Mills>

 

Agenda for 31AUG20:

 

1> Steve Mills will find out the force of the probe on the cage.

·       No force is applied during the test.

2> Justin Knott will come back with a proposal to review the stiffness of the busbar 

·       We decided not to add any additional requirements on stiffness to the specification

3> Brian (TE) will give an update on the geometry changes to the busbar and connector to support touch safe, gatherability, and float for the IT Gear connector

Brian presented updated proposal for the busbar and connector

 

Notes:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/18LIp9HqDD9s0r0noHOJClWvcd58-gTdaqIFE5GQqXeQ/edit?usp=sharing

Recording: https://transcripts.gotomeeting.com/#/s/3d69f685605a619063ee6f629c99157774322abaa2fd9d062f608c23f8a2c200

 

 

 

Steve Mills

OCP IncubationCommittee Member

 

 

 

From: OCP-RackandPower@OCP-All.groups.io <OCP-RackandPower@OCP-All.groups.io> On Behalf Of Costello, Brian P
Sent: Tuesday, September 1, 2020 1:05 AM
To: OCP-RackandPower@OCP-All.groups.io
Subject: Re: [OCP-RackandPower] OCP 48V IT/Busbar Connect Project

 

Here is a PDF copy of today’s presentation

 

 

 

Brian P. Costello

System Architect

TE Connectivity
Data and Devices

 

TEL +1 650 361 2339  EMAIL brian.costello@te.com  

te.com

 

 

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Adding the reference documents for the connectors also. 

 

SM

 

 

From: OCP-RackandPower@OCP-All.groups.io <OCP-RackandPower@OCP-All.groups.io> On Behalf Of Steve Mills
Sent: Monday, August 17, 2020 7:16 PM
To: OCP-RackandPower <OCP-RackandPower@OCP-All.groups.io>
Subject: [OCP-RackandPower] OCP 48V IT/Busbar Connect Project

 

Here are the notes from today’s call:

 

Proposed Agenda for 24AUG20:

1> Skip Fry (Amphenol) will present on a small form-factor 48V IT Gear Connector proposal for max angularity that the connector will support 

2> Brian (TE) will give an update on the geometry changes to the busbar and connector to support touch safe, gatherability, and float for the IT Gear connector

 

Agenda for 17AUG20:

 

1> Customers >>> Need to provide feedback on creep and clearance for finger safe distances

2> Updated Geometry for Busbar and small profile 48V IT gear connector

3> Justin Knot will provide a feasibility study of the proposed busbar changes

4> Discussion >>> Should we add the following to the OCP standard or leave it open for either the 500Amp Power shelf version or the  IT Gear version:  

  • Resistance values as max voltage drop 20 mV per EIA spec 
  • Trise = 30C in still air
  • Max Mating force for the connector = 80N
  • Standardizing number of hot plug cycles per EIA 
    • 500 AMP:  No hot-plug cycles - 50 non-energized cycles 
    • IT GEAR:  5 plug cycles - 100 non-energized cycles

Notes:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/18LIp9HqDD9s0r0noHOJClWvcd58-gTdaqIFE5GQqXeQ/edit?usp=sharing

Recording:  https://transcripts.gotomeeting.com/#/s/10c2d9acbf52753cbe5e5e043e73814e636dfc5a616683135d96ab28d012dfa7