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Page 21 Installing the Enclosure in a Rack b. Push the template tabs into the holes in the rack uprights to hold the template in place.
Use a permanent marker pen to indicate the holes in the rack uprights into which the scissor-like locking latches are to be inserted, as specified by the template. Repeat these steps to mark the back of the rack, using the information on the back of the template as a guide to the required location of the locking latches in this case. Page 22 Installing the Enclosure in a Rack 4.
Slide the front end of the right rack rail toward the inside front of the rack until the locking latch engages with the marked hole in the front rack upright. Extend the back end of the rail toward the inside rear of the rack until the locking latch engages with the marked hole in the rear rack upright.
Page 23 Installing the Enclosure in a Rack 6. Loosen the locknut on the shipping bracket 1 , and move the bracket to the rearmost position on the rail 2. Repeat steps 4 through 6 for the left rack rail. Align the enclosure with the rails, and slide it into the rack. Page 24 Installing the Enclosure in a Rack 9. Remove the mounting bracket covers 1 , and tighten the thumbscrews to secure the enclosure to the rack 2.
Replace the mounting bracket covers. If you intend to move the rack while the enclosure is installed, adjust the shipping brackets on each rail to secure the enclosure to the rack. Loosen the shipping bracket locknut 1. Page 25 Installing the Enclosure in a Rack b. Slide the bracket forward until it engages with the enclosure chassis 2.
Tighten the locknut. Repeat this procedure for the other rail. Completing the Installation 1. Reinstall the components in the enclosure. For details, refer to Chapter 5. Page 26 Installing the Enclosure in a Rack — In the case of a drive, it is predicted to fail in the near future assuming that it is seated properly in the enclosure.
However, removing a component causes a significant change in the airflow within the enclosure, and the enclosure could overheat if a replacement component is not installed within a relatively short time. Page 29 Replacing Enclosure Components 4. Install the replacement component in the enclosure.
Observe the status LED of the replacement to confirm that the new component is operating properly. Place the defective component in the static-free container for shipment. Disk Drive or Drive Blank Removing a Drive Blank Squeeze the release latch and hold it in while pulling the blank out of the enclosure. Removing a Disk Drive 1. Press the release button.
Page 30 Replacing Enclosure Components 2. Insert the replacement drive into the bay until it can go no further. About 1 cm 0. Push the release lever all the way in. This action installs the drive completely in the bay and seats it firmly against the connector in the enclosure. Observe the drive status LEDs to confirm that the replacement drive is functioning correctly. Fan Assembly 1. Lift the release lever and pull the fan assembly out of the enclosure.
Page 31 Replacing Enclosure Components 5. Insert the replacement controller module into the enclosure until it is firmly seated in the enclosure. Confirm that the status LED on the replacement module is illuminated green.
Page 32 Replacing Enclosure Components 3. Slide the battery unit toward the rear of the controller module and lift it out. On the back of the battery unit, push the two plastic retainer tabs upward through the slots in the battery case 1.
Tilt the battery pack slightly away from the battery case 2. Press down on the battery pack to expel it from the battery case 3.
To install the replacement upper battery pack, reverse the previous steps. Page 33 Replacing Enclosure Components To replace the lower battery pack: 1. Remove the upper battery unit. You do not need to dismantle the upper unit unless you must also replace the upper battery pack. Remove the cache board. Open the ejector levers on each side of the memory module socket 1.
Pull the cache board out of the socket 2. Push the plastic retainer tabs through to the other side of the cache board 3. Lift the battery pack off the cache board. Many electronic devices, including computers, generate RF energy incidental to their intended function and are, therefore, covered by these rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1 this device may not cause harmful interference, and 2 this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
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