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Detail Information of HJ 2507-2011; HJ2507-2011
Description (Translated English): Technical requirement for environmental labeling products. Servers
Sector / Industry: Environmental Protection Industry Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard: L62
Classification of International Standard: 35.160
Word Count Estimation: 11,183
Date of Issue: 2011-03-02
Date of Implementation: 2011-04-01
Quoted Standard: GB/T 18455; GB/T 16288; SJ/T 11363; SJ/T 11365
Drafting Organization: China-Japan Friendship Center for Environmental Protection
Regulation (derived from): Department of Environmental Protection Notice No. 20 of 2011
Summary: This standard specifies the network end device isolation component testing and evaluation methods. This standard applies in accordance with GB/T 20279-2006 level of security protection requirements developed by isolating parts of the test and evaluation.

HJ 2507-2011
Technical requirement for environmental labeling products.Servers
National Environmental Protection Standard of the People's Republic
Environmental Labeling Product Technical Requirements Web Server
Technical requirement for environmental labeling products - Servers
Published on.2011-03-02
2011-04-01 Implementation
Ministry of Environmental Protection released
Foreword
To implement the Environmental Protection Law of the People's Republic of China, reduce the impact of network servers on the environment and human health, and effectively use and festivals
This standard is formulated for resources and energy.
This standard limits the toxic and hazardous substances of network servers, power module efficiency and product power consumption limits, renewable design and production.
Requirements for procedures, packaging materials, recycling and public information.
This standard is the first release.
Appendix A of this standard is an informative annex, and Appendix B is a normative appendix.
This standard applies to China Environmental Labeling Product Certification.
This standard was formulated by the Science and Technology Standards Department of the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
This standard is mainly drafted by. China-Japan Friendship Environmental Protection Center, China Taier Laboratory, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Chengdu Huawei
Symantec Technology Co., Ltd., Intel (China) Co., Ltd. and Chengdu Huawei Storage Network Security Co., Ltd.
This standard was approved by the Ministry of Environmental Protection on March 2,.2011.
This standard has been implemented since April 1,.2011.
This standard is explained by the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
Environmental Labeling Product Technical Requirements Web Server
1 Scope of application
This standard specifies the terms and definitions, basic requirements, technical content and testing methods of network server environmental labeling products.
This standard applies to network servers. The structure includes desktop servers, rack servers, and blade servers.
Compute server and storage server.
2 Normative references
The contents of this standard refer to the terms in the following documents. For undated references, the valid version applies to this standard.
GB/T 18455 packaging recycling mark
GB/T 16288 logo for plastic products
SJ/T 11363 Limitation requirements for toxic and hazardous substances in electronic information products
SJ/T 11365 Detection method for toxic and hazardous substances in electronic information products
3 Terms and definitions
The following terms and definitions apply to this standard.
3.1
Web server server
An important part of an information system is a computer system that provides specific application services to network client computers in an information system.
Hardware system (processor, storage device, network connection device, etc.) and software system (operating system, database management system, application system)
composition.
This standard mainly refers to the hardware system part of the network server.
3.2
Idle state idle mode
An operational state of a server device, which refers to the complete loading of the operating system and other software, and the server has the ability to handle load tasks, but
It is not yet submitted to process the status of the application.
3.3
Power efficiency
The ratio of the actual output power of the server power supply to the actual input power when it reaches a steady state of operation.
3.4
Base configuration
A reference configuration defined to harmonize test benches for efficiency and power requirements.
3.5
Extended configuration
A configuration proposed to define the power consumption impact of the added components above the baseline configuration.
4 basic requirements
4.1 Product quality and safety performance should meet the requirements of relevant standards.
4.2 Pollutant emissions from product manufacturing enterprises shall comply with national or local standards for pollutant discharge.
4.3 Product manufacturers should strengthen clean production in the production process.
5 Technical content
5.1 Limits for toxic and hazardous substances in products and product parts
Mercury (Hg), cadmium (Cd), hexavalent chromium (Cr6), polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs) and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in products and product components
The limits for five categories of toxic and hazardous substances shall comply with the requirements of SJ/T 11363.
5.2 Power Module Efficiency and Product Power Consumption Requirements
5.2.1 The efficiency of the power supply module should meet the requirements of Table 1.
Table 1 Power module efficiency limit requirements
Load condition limit power efficiency power factor (PF)
20% ≥82% 0.8
50% ≥85% 0.9
100% ≥82% 0.95
5.2.2 Product Reference Configuration Idle State Power Requirements
5.2.2.1 Single-Slot and Two-Slot Computing Servers Reference Configuration The idle state power consumption should meet the requirements of Table 2.
Table 2 Single-Slot and Two-Slot Computing Servers Baseline Configuration Idle State Power Limits Requirement Unit. W
Type Type Description Baseline Configuration Limit
Single slot
Computing server
Compute server with one processor socket, including desktop service
Server, rack server, excluding blade server
Fully equipped processor, one hard drive, 4 GB system memory, service
The minimum number of power modules that can be operated by the server, two
Gbit Ethernet port
≤65
Double slot
Computing server
Compute server with two processor sockets, including desktop service
Server, rack server, excluding blade server
Fully equipped processor, one hard drive, 4 GB system memory, service
The minimum number of power modules that can be operated by the server, two
Gbit Ethernet port
≤150
5.2.2.2 Storage Server Reference Configuration The idle state power consumption shall comply with the requirements of Table 3.
Table 3 Storage Server Baseline Configuration Idle State Power Limits Requirement Unit. W
Type Type Description Baseline Configuration Limit
Disk-controlled integrated storage
Storage server
Server and hard disk are integrated in one frame, minimum storage system
Consists of a single box, including desktop servers, rack-mounted services
, not including the blade server
1 or 2 servers, full processor, 1 GB or more of memory,
12 hard drives, the smallest number of power modules that can be operated, two
Gbit Ethernet port or Fibre Channel port
≤450
Disk-controlled separation
Storage server
The server and the hard disk are respectively configured in different frames, and the minimum
The storage system consists of a server chassis and a disk enclosure.
Into, including desktop servers, rack servers, not included
Blade server
1 or 2 servers, full processor, 2 GB or more of memory,
16 hard drives, the smallest number of power modules that can be operated, two
Gbit Ethernet port or Fibre Channel port
≤800
5.2.3 Product Expansion Configuration Idle State Power Requirements
5.2.3.1 Single-Slot and Two-Slot Computing Servers Extended Configuration The idle state power consumption shall comply with Table 4.
Table 4 Single-Slot and Two-Slot Computing Server Extended Configuration Idle State Power Limit Requirement Unit. W
Extended configuration limit
Every additional 1 GB of memory ≤ 2
Every additional hard disk ≤8
Each additional power supply module ≤ 20
Every additional I/O device
<1 Gbit does not require
=1 Gbit per active port ≤ 2
>1 Gbit and <10 Gbit per active port ≤4
≥10 Gbit per active port ≤8
5.2.3.2 Storage Server Extension Configuration The idle state power consumption shall comply with the requirements of Table 5.
Table 5 Storage Server Extended Configuration Idle State Power Limit Requirement Unit. W
Extended configuration limit
Every additional 1 GB of memory ≤ 2
Each additional hard disk ≤16
Each additional power supply module ≤40
Every additional I/O device
<1 Gbit does not require
=1 Gbit per active port ≤ 2
>1 Gbit and <10 Gbit per active port ≤4
≥10 Gbit per active port ≤8
5.2.4 Four- and four-slot computing servers and blade servers should have processor-level energy management capabilities, including operations
Under the system, the processor dynamically adjusts the voltage by the load, the processor automatically sleeps, and the kernel sleeps. Basic input and output that can be on the server
This energy management function is activated in the system (BIOS) or the Basic Management Control Unit (BMC).
5.3 Product Recyclability Design Requirements
5.3.1 A plastic component of more than 25 g in mass should use a single type of polymer or copolymer.
5.3.2 Plastic parts with a mass exceeding 25 g shall be dismantled without damaging the original parts and shall not contain any material that cannot be separated from the plastic.
Metal.
5.3.3 For fastening with bonding, welding or other fastening techniques, and not capable of separation using general purpose tools
Thermoplastic parts shall comply with the compatibility level specified in Appendix A.
5.3.4 In the plastic parts of the outer casing and protective parts, no decorative pattern shall be sprayed except the name, trademark and product model of the enterprise.
5.4 Production process requirements
Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs), 1,1,1-trichloroethane (C2H3Cl3), trichloroethylene should not be used in the production of products and boards.
(C2HCl3), dichloroethane (CH3CHCl2), chloroform (CHCl3), bromopropane (C3H7Br), n-hexane (C6H14), toluene (C7H8),
Xylene [C6H4(CH3)2] was used as a washing solvent.
5.5 Material identification requirements
The abbreviations or codes of the material identification shall comply with the requirements of GB/T 16288.
5.6 Packaging material requirements
5.6.1 The content of vinyl chloride monomer shall not exceed 1 mg/kg.
5.6.2 Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) should not be used as blowing agents.
5.6.3 Mark according to the requirements of GB/T 18455.
5.7 Recycling and disposal requirements
Enterprises should establish waste product recycling and recycling treatment systems to provide information on product recycling and recycling.
5.8 Public Information Requirements
Product recycling information should be included in the public information.
6 Test methods
6.1 The detection and calculation in Technical Content 5.2 shall be carried out in accordance with the method specified in Appendix B.
6.2 Other requirements in the technical content shall be verified by means of document review in conjunction with on-site inspection.
Appendix A
(informative appendix)
Compatibility table for different thermoplastics
Compatibility plus
basis
Add material
ABS ASA PA PBT PBT PC PC PC ABS PC PBT PE PET PMMA POM PP PPE PPE PS PS PVC SAN TPU
ABS @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @
ASA @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @
PA @ @ @ @ ■ ■ ■ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @
PBT @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @
PBT PC @ @ @ @ ■ @ @ @ @ ■
PC ■ @ ■ @ @ @ @ ■ @ @
PC ABS @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ■
PC PBT ■ @ @ @ @ @ ■
PE ■ ■ @ ■ ■ @ @■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ @ ■ @ ■ @
PET @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @
PMMA @ ■ ■ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @
POM @ @ @ @ @ ■ ■ ■ @ @ ■ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @
PP ■ ■ @ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ @ ■ @ ■ @
PPE @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @
PPE PS @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @
PS @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @
PVC ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ @ ■ @ ■ @ @
SAN @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @
TPU ■ @ @ @ @ @
. compatible; @. limited compatibility; ■. not compatible.
ABS. acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene copolymer; ASA. acrylic acid-styrene-acrylate; PA. polyamide; PBT. polybutylene terephthalate; PC. polycarbonate; PE. polyethylene ;PET. polyethylene terephthalate
Ester; PMMA. polymethyl methacrylate; POM polyoxymethylene; PP. polypropylene; PPE. polyphenylene ether; PS. polystyrene; PVC. polyvinyl chloride; SAN. acrylonitrile-styrene; TPU. thermoplasticity Polyurethane.
Appendix B
(normative appendix)
Product power consumption detection and power module efficiency detection and calculation
B.1 Test equipment and test environment requirements
B.1.1 Test equipment requirements
B.1.1.1 AC regulated power supply requirements
The AC power supply voltage is (220±2.2)V, the frequency is (50±0.5)Hz; and the maximum power that the AC power supply can provide is not less than 10
Double the test power. The total harmonic distortion of the regulated power supply including the 13th harmonic must not exceed 2%. The peak value of the test voltage should be between
The effect value is between 1.34 times and 1.49 times.
B.1.1.2 Measuring instrument requirements
Voltmeters, ammeters, and power meters that are calibrated to meet the following requirements should be used with the following accuracy requirements.
a) The accuracy of the power meter should not be lower than 0.5;
b) The accuracy of the voltmeter should not be lower than 0.5;
c) The accuracy of the ammeter should not be lower than 0.5.
B.1.2 Test environment requirements
The test ambient temperature should be maintained within the range of 18 to 27 ° C, the relative humidity is 25% to 75%, and the atmospheric pressure is 86 to 106 kPa.
The air flow rate near the sample should be no more than 0.5 m/s. The external fan, air conditioner or radiator should not be used to reduce the sample to be tested.
temperature. During the test, the sample should be placed on a non-thermally conductive material.
B.1.3 Test Configuration Requirements
The network server must have at least one port connected to the Ethernet network. The network connection must be active, with the ability to send and receive packets
Force, network traffic is not required.
B.2 System Power Test Procedure
Deploy the network server under test according to the test configuration requirements, requiring the components used to be functional and good, normal operation, no use.
Defect, install the operating system used by the web server, and repeat the following steps b) to d), record and take the arithmetic level separately.
The mean is the system power consumption value.
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Figure B.1 Network Server Power Test Connection Diagram
a) Connect the network server to the test loop as shown in Figure B.1;
b) Open the network server under test to make the operating system boot normally, and the system does not report an error during the boot process;
c) After entering the operating system and stabilizing for 20 min, read the value of the power meter;
d) Close the network server under test.
B.3 Power Module Efficiency Test Procedure
a) Connect the power supply module to the test circuit according to Figure B.2;
b) Equipped with a variable resistor or electronic load to ensure testing within the power supply module output power range.
PD
×∑
(B.1)
Where. D--downgrade factor, %;
P--rated output power, W;
Vi--rated output voltage of each channel, V;
Ii--rated output current of each channel, A.
If D≥1, adjust the load so that the output current reaches X% of the rated current and reach a steady state, X% is 20% (light load), 50% respectively.
(Typical load), 100% (full load), calculate the current output of one channel during the test according to formula (B.2).
Bus 100n
XI I= × (B.2)
Where. In--the rated output current of a certain output, A;
Ibus--the current output of a certain channel when testing, A.
If D<1, the derating factor D is used, and the current output of one channel during the test is calculated according to the formula (B.3).
Bus 100n
XI ID= × × (B.3)
B.3.1.2 For the case where the power output of each channel is limited, calculate the degradation factor of each rated output power according to formula (B.4).
IS
D and
The degradation factor DT of the total rated output power of the power supply module.
S n
×∑
(B.4)
In the formula.
IS
D -- the first road degradation factor, %;
IS
P -- the rated output power of the first channel, W;
Vi--the rated output voltage of each branch in the first road, V;
Ii--the rated output current of each branch in the first road, A.
Calculate the total power reduction factor DT of the power supply module when the maximum output power of the small group is applied according to the equation (B.5).
T n
PD
(B.5)
Where. P--rated output power, W;
iS
P -- No. I rated output power, W.
During the test, the output current Ibus of a certain path is calculated according to the formula (B.6).
Bus 100IT S i
ID
XD I= × × × (B.6)
Where. TD -- power supply module total degradation factor, %;
IS
D -- the first road degradation factor, %;
Ii--the rated output current of this road, A;
Ibus--the current output of a certain channel when testing, A.
Note 1. When DS≥1, calculate the test output current, let DS=1;
Note 2. When DT≥1, calculate the test output current, let DT=1.
According to the above method, first calculate the load value of each road of the tested power supply module, and then connect the power supply module according to the requirements.
test.
B.3.2 Preheating of the device and sample
The power supply module to be tested shall be preheated for 15 min or load power for two consecutive 5 min periods under each load condition.
±1%. The switch that controls the AC input in the tested power supply module should be turned on during measurement.
B.3.3 Calculation of power module efficiency
According to the calculation result, the load current is adjusted so that the output power reaches X% of the rated output power and reaches a steady state, respectively obtained at this steady state.
The input power consumption of the AC input terminal and the output power consumption of each DC output terminal within 30 min in the fixed state are calculated according to the formula (B.7).
Work efficiency.
iOX
IX
η ==
(B.7)
Where. i--the ith DC output of the power supply module, from 1 to n;
Ηx--work efficiency, %;
PIX--input power consumption, W;
PiOX--DC output power consumption, W.
During the test, the actual output power consumption and AC input power when the output power is 100%, 50%, 20% of the rated output power are tested separately.
Consumption, and calculate the work efficiency under the above load.
Note 3. During the test, the load is adjusted according to the calculated result, regardless of the possible voltage fluctuations on the power supply module, resulting in an X% actual power output and X%.
The rated output power is different.
Note 4. It is not necessary to make an accurate measurement of the resistance of the resistive load. The variable resistor is only used to adjust the current meter to indicate the percentage of rated output current
(±1%) regardless of changes in output voltage. For electronic loads, the output current should be adjusted to constant current mode instead of regulating the desired output.
Power to constant power mode.
Note 5. During the test, the test load is adjusted so that the output power of the product changes in the order of 100%, 50%, and 20% of the rated value.
B.3.4 Four-slot and four-slot computing server and blade server energy consumption function test
Verify its functionality based on a list of energy management features supported by the vendor's web server.
   
 
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