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Amphenol OCP ORv3 AC Input Connectors & Cable Assemblies | New Product Brief

February 18, 2024 by Mouser Electronics

Amphenol FCI introduces the OCP ORv3 AC Input Connectors and Cable Assemblies, crafted to adhere to Open Compute Project's V3 universal power distribution standards. Watch and learn all about their features, specs, applications, and more!

 

 

Amphenol OCP ORv3 AC Input Connectors & Cable Assemblies

Amphenol FCI introduces the OCP ORv3 AC Input Connectors and Cable Assemblies, available from Mouser Electronics, crafted to adhere to Open Compute Project's V3 universal power distribution standards. These components streamline power routing directly from the busway to the V3 rack's power shelf, enhancing convenience. Notable features include a 7-pin design, multiple wiring options, and low-profile over-molded strain relief options, ensuring reliable electrical connections. With high-conductivity copper alloy contacts and touch-safe features, these connectors offer both flexibility and enhanced safety in restricted rack spaces. Customized sequencing options cater to specific application needs, while a broad operating temperature range ensures reliability in diverse environments. Furthermore, these connectors are RoHS compliant and hold certifications from UL, CNR, CSA, and TUV. Amphenol FCI's OCP ORv3 AC Input Connectors and Cable Assemblies find application in 1U power supplies, hyperscale computing architectures, and industrial energy storage systems, providing a blend of safety, customization, and reliability.

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