Bitmain Antminer S19 Series Normal Operating Temperature Range


At the appropriate temperature, the Bitmain Antminer S19 series will unquestionably operate normally. This post details the typical operating temperature range for the Bitmain Antminer S19 series and other Antminer models.

Bitmain Antminer S19 ASIC Miners‘ PCB temperatures can reach a maximum of about 75 to 85 degrees Celsius. The table below displays the specific model’s detailed information, including Antminer S19 XP, Antminer S19a Pro, Antminer S19a, Antminer S19j, Antminer S19j Pro, Antminer S19, and Antminer T19

The recommended ambient temperature should be about 15 to 35 degree Celsius.

In particular, the intake air temperature of the miner must be within this range.

Despite the coolness of the room, dust buildup or other factors may cause the intake air temperature to be excessive. If you must, please clean the miner.

Read more about How to clean and dust my Bitmain Antminer S19 Series miner? >

The temperature of the miner is displayed differently by various models. Notably, the majority of our miners are protected by a system that causes them to shut down at dangerously high temperatures.

Read more about Bitmain Antminer S19 Series High-temperature alert and protection >

Below Shows the Normal Temperature of the Miners:

ANTMINERTemperature in degree Celsius
E9PCB max. 80
L7PCB max. 80
S19XPPCB max. 75
S19a ProPCB max. 80
S19aPCB max. 80
S19jPCB max. 85
S19j ProPCB max. 85
S19 ProPCB max. 80
S19PCB max. 80
T19PCB max. 80
Z15/Z15j/Z15ePCB max. 80
S17e/T17e/S17+PCB max. 80
T17+PCB max. 75
S17/S17 Pro/T17PCB max. 75
S15PCB max. 80
T15PCB max. 80
S11PCB max. 95
Z9MINIChip max. 125
PCB max. 80
Z9PCB max. 80
V9PCB max. 80
S9Chip max. 135
PCB max. 90
S9IPCB max. 85
S9j/S9-HydroPCB max. 95
T9Chip max. 135
PCB max. 90
T9+Chip max. 125
PCB max. 95
S9 SE/S9kPCB max. 85
B7PCB max. 75
K5PCB max. 80
D5PCB max. 85
DR3/DR5PCB max. 85
E3PCB max. 65
L3+/L3++PCB max. 90
D3PCB max. 85
A3Chip max. 115
PCB max. 85
X3Chip max. 127
PCB max. 80
B3Chip max. 127
PCB max. 80

Contact us for support and technical advice if you see that the temperatures are rising and getting close to the safe level.

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions.

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