||188 x 130 x 352mm
||0 - 40 °C
||5 - 95 %
About Antminer L3++
Bitmain released the Antminer L3 series at the end of 2016, which comes with the self-developed Litecoin chip BM1485. BM1485, the first Litecoin Application Specific Integrated Circuit, is a useful chip for Litecoin miners. Each Litecoin miner comes with 288 such chips to deliver more hash rates and efficiency. Antminer L3 series include three models: Antminer L3 (250Mh/s and power consumption 400W), Antminer L3+ (500Mh/s and 800W), Antminer L3++ (580Mh/s and 942W). Litecoin miners are also known as Scryptminers. Apart from Litecoin mining, the miner is suitable for any cryptocurrency based on Scrypt.
The Antminer L3++ has four hash boards with two PCI-E 6PIN interfaces and four cables connected to the controller. The data cables have a buckle design that ensures tight contact for stable data transfer. It comes with Bitmain's 10nm Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) chip, which increases efficiency and productivity.
The Antminer L3++ comes with an APW3-12-1600-B2 power supply unit, which has a conversion rate of 93%. The indoor temperature is about 26℃ and about 20℃ at night.
The Antminer L3++ has a low power consumption rate. It is evident that Bitmain also has people looking to mine at home in mind. As seen in the power consumption of the Antminer L3, L3+, L3++, which consume the power of 800W,850W, and 942W, respectively. For users with free electricity, low power consumption is an added advantage as it reduces electricity costs and brings up profitability. Calculating the electricity cost at 0.1 per KWh, users can still see a reasonable profit at the end of the day.