Lot Of 10 Pcs Antminer Z15 420ksol
the Antminer z15 420ksol is a mining rig specifically designed for mining the cryptocurrency Zcash (ZEC) and other Equihash-based cryptocurrencies. It is released on May 2021.
The Antminer Z15 has a hash rate of 420 ksol/s (Kilohashes per second) and a power consumption of 1510 W. It uses the Equihash algorithm, which is a memory-hard algorithm that is designed to be ASIC-resistant.
The Antminer Z15 also features a built-in web management portal, which allows users to monitor and manage their miners remotely. It also has two power supply units (PSUs) included, which allows for more efficient power usage and increased reliability.
It’s worth mentioning that the Antminer Z15 is not the most powerful miner for Equihash-based cryptocurrencies, there are other miners that could have a higher hash rate and lower power consumption. Also, the mining difficulty for Zcash and other Equihash-based cryptocurrencies is constantly changing, so it’s hard to predict the exact return on investment.
Before buying any miner, it’s advisable to research the current mining difficulty, network hash rate, and the miner’s specifications to determine the potential profitability of the miner
Here are some of the specifications of the Bitmain Antminer Z15:
- Hash rate: 420 ksol/s (kilohashes per second)
- Power consumption: 1510 W
- Power efficiency: 3.6 J/ksol (joules per kilohash)
- Dimensions: 352mm (L) x 136mm (W) x 187.5mm (H)
- Weight: 11.8 kg
- Network connection: Ethernet
- Algorithm: Equihash
- Built-in web management portal
- Two power supply units (PSUs) included
- Power supply: AC power input: 100-240V, 50-60Hz, DC power input: 12V-18A
It’s worth noting that the specifications may vary depending on the batch of the miner, and the manufacturer may make changes to the specifications at any time. Additionally, the actual performance of the miner may be affected by various factors such as the miner’s environment, power supply, and network difficulty. These specifications are provided as a general reference and are not a guarantee of actual performance.