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T17 40Th 42Th Second Hand Bitcoin Mining Bitmain Antminer

Model: T17
Type: ASIC Miner
Feature: BTC/BCH/BSV Miner SHA256
Specifications:40T|2200W
Payment: T/T, USDT
Size: 570*316*430MM
Weight: 18KG
Manufacturer: ASIC Miner
Keyword: Antminer T17 ASIC mining


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Specifications

Manufacturer

Bitmain

Model

Antminer T17 (40Th)

Release

May 2019

Size

298 x 178 x 296mm

Weight

11500g

Chip boards

3

Chip count

90

Noise level

82db

Fan(s)

4

Power

2200W

Voltage

12V

Interface

Ethernet

Temperature

5 - 45 °C

Humidity

10 - 90 %

Product Glance

Value

Crypto Algorithm/Coins

SHA256/BTC/BCH

Hashrate, TH/s

40.00

Reference power on wall, Watt

2200

Reference power efficiency on wall @25°C, J/TH

55.00

Detailed Characteristics

Value

Min

Typ Max

Hashrate & Power

Hashrate, TH/s 40.00 40.45
Power efficiency on wall @25°C, J/TH

55.00

58.85
Power efficiency on wall @40°C, J/TH

58.26

62.34
Power on wall, Watt (1‐1)

2200

2522
Power supply AC input voltage, Volt (1‐2)

200

220

240

Power supply AC input current, Amp(1‐3) 10.00 12.61
Power supply Input AC Frequency Range, Hz

47

50

63

Hardware Configuration

Quantity of hash chips

90

Quantity of hash boards

3

Networking connection mode RJ45 Ethernet 10/100M
Server Size (Length*Width*Height, w/o package),mm(2‐1)

298.2*178.0*296.6

Net weight, kg (2‐2)

9.73

Noise, dBA @25°C (2‐3)

82

Environment Requirements

Operation temperature,°C

0

25

40

Storage temperature,°C

‐20

25

70

Operation humidity, RH(no condensation)

10%

90%

The main components and controller front panel of  T17 servers are shown in the following figure:

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