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Celerra Clustered Network Server (CNS-14)

HARDWARE REFERENCE GUIDE

P/N 300-000-888 REV A03

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Regulatory Agency Information

Celerra CNS-14 systems have been extensively tested and certified to meet UL60950, CSA 22.2 No 60950, IEC 60950/EN60950; Safety of Information Technology Equipment including Electrical Business Equipment, FCC Rules Part 15 Subpart B; CISPR22 Class A; European EMC Directive 89/336/EEC on, electromagnetic compatibility. The Celerra CNS-14 system is a Stationary Pluggable Type B system. This class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada. Warning! This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. Achtung! Dieses ist ein Gerät der Funkstörgrenzwertklasse A. In Wohnbereichen können bei Betrieb dieses Gerätes Rundfunkstörungen auftreten, in welchen Fällen der Benutzer für entsprechende Gegenmaßnahmen verantwortlich ist. Attention! Ceci est un produit de Classe A. Dans un environnement domestique, ce produit risque de créer des interférences radioélectriques, il appartiendra alors à l'utilisateur de prendre les mesures spécifiques appropriées.

de prendre les mesures spécifiques appropriées. This equipment generates, uses, and may emit radio frequency

This equipment generates, uses, and may emit radio frequency energy. The equipment has been type tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to Part 15 of FCC rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such radio frequency interference. Operation of this equipment in a residential area may cause interference in which case the user at his own expense will be required to take whatever measures may be required to correct the interference.

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Any modifications to this device - unless expressly approved by the manufacturer - can void the user’s authority to operate this equipment under part 15 of the FCC rules.

 
this equi pment under part 15 of the FCC rules.   Trademark Information   Celerra Clustered
this equi pment under part 15 of the FCC rules.   Trademark Information   Celerra Clustered

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Contents

Warnings and Cautions

 

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Preface

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Chapter 1

Hardware Overview

 

Planning and Installation

 

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Power Requirements Celerra CNS-14 Earth Leakage Current Compliance Celerra CNS-14 Regulatory Compliance Choosing a UPS Environmental Specifications System Cabling Requirements Layout and Space Requirements Celerra NAS Overview The Celerra CNS-14 Overview Celerra CNS-14 Major Hardware Components

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Model 514 Data Mover Components DM 514 Keyboard and Mouse Connections Data Mover NIC Card Failover Rules

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Chapter 2

Hardware Installation

 

Preparing the Site Cabinet Site Requirements Physical Data Tools Required Environmental Requirements Unpacking the Celerra CNS-14 Inventorying and Inspecting the Components Reviewing Handling Precautions Unpacking the Cabinet Securing the Cabinet Installing the Celerra CNS-14 Cabinet Task 1: Opening the Cabinet Doors Task 2: Connecting to the AC Power Source Task 3: Installing the Modem Task 4: Connecting the Cables Task 5: Customer Network Cabling Task 6: Applying Power to the Cabinet

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Chapter 3

Specifications and Requirements

 

Specifications Physical Specifications Electrical Specifications Environmental Specifications System Requirements Celerra CNS-14 Cabinet Requirements Cabinet Cables Server Management Requirements Service Laptop Connections Command Line Interface (CLI) Power Down, Power Up, and Emergency Shutdown

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Chapter 4

Installing or Removing System Components

 

Field Replaceable Units Hot-Pluggable Devices How to Install or Remove a Data Mover How to Install a Data Mover Completing the Installation How to Remove a Data Mover How to Install or Remove a Control Station How to Install a Control Station

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How to Remove a Control Station How to Install or Remove a Power Supply How to Install a Power Supply How to Remove a Power Supply How to Install or Remove a System Monitor Board (SMB) How to Install a System Monitor Board How to Remove the System Monitor Board How to Remove or Install the Battery Backup Unit Removing the Battery Backup Unit Installing a Battery Backup Unit How to Replace an EPO Box Troubleshooting the EPO Box EPO Box Replacement How to Add or Replace the Fan Tray

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Celerra CNS-14–Based NAS Environment Celerra CNS-14 Hardware Components Front View Celerra CNS-14 Hardware Components Rear View 517 Control Station Components and Connections 514 Data Mover Network and I/O Adapters 514 Data Mover Model D4-2F-2E4 514 Data Mover Model D4-2F-2T 514 Data Mover Model D4-2F-E4-2T 514 Data Mover Model D4-F-2E4-2 Power Supplies Battery Backup Unit (BBU) Status LEDs The EPO Box The System Monitor Board Location System Monitor Board Status Indicators Celerra Cabinet Fans Cabinet Floor-Tile Cutout Ramp Setup Insert Ramp in Pallet Recommended Cable Routing Fibre Channel Control Station Connections Data Mover Network and I/O Adapter Card Data Mover Ethernet Port Assignments AC Power-Cord Connections Control Station Adapter Slot Numbering Data Mover Ejector Handle Control Station SCSI Connector Control Station Ethernet Cable Connector Installing a Control Station Removing a Control Station Power Supply

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Power Supply Status Indicators Power Supply Cabinet System Monitor Board System Monitor Board Battery Backup Unit Status Indicators Battery Backup Unit Harnesses Battery Backup Unit Removal Battery Backup Unit Harnesses

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Celerra CNS-14 Hardware Components Model 517 Control Station Card Slots Model 514 Data Mover Card Slots Celerra CNS-14 Fibre-Based 514 Data Mover Models HyperTerminal Configuration Data SMB LEDs, Connector, and Switches Environmental Requirements Environmental Acclimation Requirements Connection Inspection Data Mover Connections Physical Specifications for the Celerra Cabinet Electrical Specifications for the Celerra CNS-14 Cabinet

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Warnings and Cautions

 
   
 

The following warnings and cautions pertain throughout this manual:

WARNING
WARNING

WARNING

WARNING
Trained service personnel only. This unit has two power supply cords. To reduce the risk

Trained service personnel only. This unit has two power supply cords. To reduce the risk of elect ric shock, disconnect both power supply cords before servicing. Ground circuit continuity is vital for safe operation of the machine. Never operate the machine with grounding conductors disconnected. Remember to reconnect any grounding conductors removed for or during any installation procedure.

disconnected. Remember to reconnect any grounding conductors removed for or during any installation procedure.
 

ATTENTION

Resérvé au personnel autorisé.

 

Cet appareil comporte plus d'un cordon d'alimentation. Afin de prévenir les chocs électriques, débrancher les deux cordons d'alimentation avant de faire le dépannage.

 

Un circuit de terre continu est essentiel en vue du fonctionnement sécuritaire de l'apareil. Ne jamais mettre l'appareil en marche lorsque le conducteur de mise a la terre est débranché.

 

WARNUNG

Nur für Fachpersonal.

Das Geraet hat mehr als eine Anschlussleitung. Zur Vermeidung der Gefahr eines elektrischen Schlages sind vor dem öffnen beide Anschlussleitungen vom Netz zu trennen.

 

STROMSTREUVERLUST: Gerät muss geerdet werden, bevor es am Stromnetz angeschlossen wird.

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Additional Warnings and Cautions

Before attempting to service a Celerra unit, observe the following additional Warnings and Cautions:

WARNINGobserve the following additional Warnings and Cautions:   The system contains no user-serviceable parts, so it

WARNING
WARNING
 
The system contains no user-serviceable parts, so it should not be moved or opened for

The system contains no user-serviceable parts, so it should not be moved or opened for any reason by untrained persons. If the system needs to be relocated or repaired, only qualified personnel familiar with safety procedures for electrical equipment and the hardware should access components inside the unit or move the unit.

safety procedures for electri cal equipment and the hardware should access components inside the unit or

WARNINGshould access components inside the unit or move the unit.   The system operates at high

WARNING
WARNING
 
The system operates at high voltag es. To protect against physical harm, power off the

The system operates at high voltag es. To protect against physical harm, power off the system whenever possible while servicing.

operates at high voltag es. To protect against physical harm, power off the system whenever possible

WARNINGpower off the system whenever possible while servicing.   In case of fire or other emergency,

WARNING
WARNING
 
In case of fire or other emergency, isolate the system's power involved and alert appropriate

In case of fire or other emergency, isolate the system's power involved and alert appropriate personnel.

In case of fire or other emergency, isolate the system's power involved and alert appropriate personnel.

CAUTIONpower involved and alert appropriate personnel.     Trained personnel are advised to exercise

CAUTION
CAUTION
 
 

Trained personnel are advised to exercise great care at all times when working on the system. Remember to:

Remove rings, watches, or other jewelry and neckties before you begin any procedures.

Use caution near any moving part and any part that may start unexpectedly such as fans, motors, solenoids, and so on.

Always use the correct tools for the job.

Always use the correct replacement parts.

Keep all paperwork, including incident reports, up to date, complete, and accurate.

◆ Keep all paperwork, including incident reports, up to date, complete, and accurate.
 

Static Precautions

EMC incorporates state-of-the-art technology in its designs, including the use of LSI and VLSI components. These chips are very susceptible to damage caused by static discharge and need to be handled accordingly.

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!
!

CAUTION

CAUTION

Before handling printed circuit boards or other parts containing LSI and/or VLSI components, observe the following precautions:

 

Store all printed circuit boards in antistatic bags.

Use a ground strap whenever you handle a printed circuit board.

Unless specifically designed for nondisruptive replacement, never plug or unplug printed circuit boards with the power on. Severe component damage may result.

replacement, never plug or unplug printed circuit boards with the power on. Severe component da mage

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Preface

As part of its effort to continuously improve and enhance the performance and capabilities of the Celerra Network Server product line, EMC periodically releases new revisions of Celerra Network Server hardware and software. Therefore, some functions described in this manual may not be supported by all revisions of Celerra Network Server software or hardware presently in use. If your Celerra Network Server does not offer a function described in this manual, please contact your EMC representative for a hardware upgrade or software update.

 

This guide provides instructions for installing the Celerra Clustered Network Server (CNS-14) hardware, and is intended for EMC Customer Service Engineers. Readers of this guide should be familiar with the following:

Storage-system operation and diagnostics. Currently, the Celerra CNS-14 supports the Symmetrix family and the CLARiiON CX-series storage systems. Be sure to consult specific storage-system documentation before powering up the Celerra CNS-14 cabinet.

UNIX and Windows NT operating environments.

Local area network (LAN) administration.

This guide contains the following information:

Chapter 1, Hardware Overview, introduces the Celerra CNS-14 and describes the components used in its operation.

Chapter 2, Hardware Installation, describes how to prepare the installation site, unpack the equipment, and connect the Celerra CNS-14 components.

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Preface xviii Related Documents ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Installation Task Chart Refer to Page

Preface

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Preface xviii Related Documents ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Installation Task Chart Refer to Page 2-2

Related Documents

Installation Task Chart

◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Installation Task Chart Refer to Page 2-2 Page 2-6 Page 2-27
◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Installation Task Chart Refer to Page 2-2 Page 2-6 Page 2-27
◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ Installation Task Chart Refer to Page 2-2 Page 2-6 Page 2-27

Refer to

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Page 2-27

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Celerra Network Server System Software Reference Guide or the Celerra Clustered Network Server (CNS-14) Setup Guide

Celerra Network Server System Software Installation Guide

Chapter 3, Specifications and Requirements, lists the technical specifications and system requirements for the Celerra CNS-14 cabinet.

Chapter 4, Installing or Removing System Components, explains how to add and remove field replaceable units (FRUs).

Other Celerra Network Server publications include:

Celerra Clustered Network Server (CNS-14) Setup Guide

Celerra Network Server System Configuration Guide

Celerra Network Server Software Installation Guide

Celerra Network Server Command Reference Manual

Celerra Network Server System Operations technical module

The following chart identifies specific tasks required to install a Celerra CNS-14. Use the following table to locate specific information for a given task.

To complete this task

Prepare the customer’s site for a Celerra installation

Unpack the Celerra cabinet

Connect the cabinet to on site power sources

Connect a modem to the Celerra CNS-14 cabinet

Cable Ethernet connections to Data Movers and Control Stations

Connect Fibre Channel cables

Connect SCSI cables

Connect service laptop

Install Linux and EMCNAS

Connect service laptop Install Linux and EMCNAS Celerra Clustered Network Server (CNS-14) Hardware Reference

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Connect service laptop Install Linux and EMCNAS Celerra Clustered Network Server (CNS-14) Hardware Reference Guide
To complete this task Configure CallHome Modify the Callin utility Refer to Verifying the Software

To complete this task

Configure CallHome

Modify the Callin utility

this task Configure CallHome Modify the Callin utility Refer to Verifying the Software References in the
this task Configure CallHome Modify the Callin utility Refer to Verifying the Software References in the

Refer to

Verifying the Software References in the Celerra Network Server System Software Installation Guide

Configuring CallHome Utility in the Celerra Network Server System Software Installation Guide

Configuring the Modem for Dial-Tone Recognition in the Celerra Network Server System Software Installation Guide

Modifying the Call-in Utility in the Celerra Network Server System Software Installation Guide

Configuring and Managing Celerra Networking technical module on the User Information CD

Installing Software on the Standby Control Station in the Celerra Network Server System Software Installation Guide

Celerra Network Server System Software Installation Guide Preface xix Verify that the installations of Linux and

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Verify that the installations of Linux and EMCNAS were successful

Configure CallHome for international sites without dial-tone recognition

Configure Ethernet interfaces

Configure the standby Control Station

interfaces Configure the standby Control Station Celerra Clustered Network Server (CNS-14) Hardware Reference
interfaces Configure the standby Control Station Celerra Clustered Network Server (CNS-14) Hardware Reference

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interfaces Configure the standby Control Station Celerra Clustered Network Server (CNS-14) Hardware Reference Guide

Preface

 
 

Conventions Used in This Manual

EMC uses the following conventions for notes, cautions, warnings, and danger notices.

 
 

A note presents information that is important, but not hazard-related.

 

CAUTION   

CAUTION
 
  CAUTION  
 
A caution contains information essential to avoid damage to the system or equipment. The caution

A caution contains information essential to avoid damage to the system or equipment. The caution may apply to hardware or software.

contains information essential to avoid damage to the system or equipment. The caution may apply to
 

WARNING 

WARNING
 
WARNING  
 
 

A

warning contains information essential to avoid a hazard that can

cause severe personal injury, death, or substantial property damage

 
 
  if you ignore the warning.  

if

you ignore the warning.

if you ignore the warning.
 

DANGER 

DANGER
 
DANGER  
 
 

A

danger notice contains information essential to avoid a hazard

 

that will cause severe personal injury, death, or substantial property

 
  damage if you ignore the warning.  

damage if you ignore the warning.

damage if you ignore the warning.
 
 

Typographical Conventions EMC uses the following type style conventions in this guide:

AVANT GARDE

Keystrokes

 

Palatino,

Dialog box, button, icon, and menu items in text

 

bold

Selections you can make from the user interface, including buttons, icons, options, and field names

Palatino,

New terms or unique word usage in text

italic

Command line arguments when used in text

 

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Courier, italic Courier Courier, bold Abbreviation A or Amp b B b/s B/s Btu cm
Courier, italic Courier Courier, bold Abbreviation A or Amp b B b/s B/s Btu cm
Courier,
italic
Courier
Courier,
bold
Abbreviation
A or Amp
b
B
b/s
B/s
Btu
cm
ft
Gb
GB
GHz
Hz
hr
in.
Kb
Kb/s
KB
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Arguments used in examples of command line syntax.

System prompts and displays and specific filenames or complete paths. For example:

working root directory [/user/emc]:

c:\Program Files\EMC\Symapi\db

User entry. For example:

symmpoll -p

Abbreviations for Units of Measure

Definition

ampere

byte

bits per second

bytes per second

British thermal units

centimeters

foot

gigabits

gigabytes

gigahertz

hertz

hours

inches

kilobits

kilobits per second

kilobytes

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Abbreviation
Definition
KB/s
kilobytes per second
kg
kilograms
KHz
kilohertz
km
kilometers
kV
kilovolt
kW
kilowatt
kWh
Kilowatt-hour
Mb
megabits
MB
megabyte
MB/s
megabytes per second
MHz
megahertz
m
meter
mm
millimeter
ms
millisecond
lbs
pounds
ns
nanosecond
s
second
sq
square
Sq. in.
square inch
Sq. ft.
square foot
V
volt
vol
volume
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watt
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Where to Get Help

For questions about technical support, call your local sales office or service provider.

 

If

you have a valid EMC Support contract, contact EMC Customer

Support at:

 
 

United States:

(800) 782-4362 (SVC-4EMC)

 

Canada:

(800) 543-4782 (543-4SVC)

 

Follow the voice menu prompts to open a service call and select the applicable product support.

If

you are located outside the North America, call the nearest EMC

office for technical assistance.

 

Sales and Customer Support Contacts

For the list of EMC sales locations, please access the EMC home page at:

 
 

http://www.emc.com/contact/

 

For additional information on the EMC products and services available to customers and partners, refer to the EMC Powerlink website at:

 

http://powerlink.emc.com

Your Comments

Your suggestions will help us continue to improve the accuracy,

organization, and overall quality of the user publications. Please send

message to celerradoc_comments@emc.com with your opinions of this guide.

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Hardware Overview

 

The Celerra CNS-14 contains file server components that allow networked clients to access externally attached storage systems. This chapter introduces the Celerra CNS-14 including the rackmount cabinet and the hardware components inside. The chapter covers the following:

Planning and Installation

 

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Celerra NAS Overview

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517 Control Station

 

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Power Supplies

 

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Battery Backup Unit (BBU)

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Hardware Overview Planning and Installation Unless otherwise instructed, the EMC traffic department arranges for
Hardware Overview
Planning and Installation
Unless otherwise instructed, the EMC traffic department arranges for
delivery directly to the customer’s computer room. To ensure
successful delivery of the Celerra ® CNS-14, EMC has formed
partnerships with specially selected moving companies. These
companies have moving professionals trained in the proper handling
of large and very sensitive systems. These companies provide the
appropriate personnel, floor layments, and any ancillary moving
equipment required to facilitate delivery.
Power Requirements
The Celerra CNS-14 operates from 208 or 240 VAC single-phase input
power at frequencies of 60 or 50 Hz. North American Celerra
CNS-14s arrive with a power cord and plug, so that they are ready to
plug directly into the customer-provided receptacle. International
CNS-14s arrive without plugs ready to be hard-wired or terminated
with an appropriate country-specific plug at the customer’s site.
The customer is responsible for providing two separate circuits and
receptacles for main and auxiliary power. For high-availability
operation, EMC recommends that main and auxiliary power come
from separate circuit-breaker switches and main panels. Table 3-2 on
page 3-3, lists the electrical specifications for the Celerra CNS-14.
External modems for North American Celerra CNS-14s require
110-VAC single-phase power.
Celerra CNS-14
Earth Leakage
Current
Compliance
!
CAUTION
Do not use differential trip devices for the overcurrent protection
of the Celerra CNS-14 cabinet’s main and auxiliary power sources.
A differential trip device more commonly called a GFCI (Ground
Circuit Interrupter), a GFI (Ground Fault Interrupter), an ELCB
(Earth-Leakage Circuit Breaker), or a Residual Current circuit
breakers.
The Celerra CNS-14 is designated as fixed (stationary) electrical
equipment with high earth-leakage markings. The intention is to
connect the cabinets to the customer AC supply with the
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recommended current-rated circuit-breaker switches (refer to Electrical Specifications on page 3-3 for recommended circuit-breaker ratings) and the attached cables.

 

The recommended circuit-breaker ratings are based on the maximum kW loading of the cabinet and not on the kVA calculations of a specific configuration. Because the Celerra CNS-14 is a high earth-leakage device, the use of a differential trip device is not recommended because of the possibility of random tripping caused by utility-feed distortions and powerline transients interacting with the cabinet noise filters. Differential trip devices are often called GFCIs (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters), GFIs (Ground Fault Interrupters), or ELCB (Earth-Leakage Circuit Breakers). And although they may have other names, typically they have a trip rating of 5 mA to 500 mA and are mostly intended for residential applications and for electrical consumer products rather than fixed industrial or commercial equipment or devices. When the Celerra CNS-14 cabinet is grounded correctly for the applications, AC power-source leakage current should not produce a voltage leading to electrical shock. Any serious insulation breakdowns should trip the breakers feeding the cabinet or preferably should first open fuses in individual internal modules closest to the fault.

Celerra CNS-14 Regulatory Compliance

The Celerra CNS-14 meets regulatory requirements as referenced by the following IEC 60950 code (3rd Edition, 1999):

5.1.7 Equipment with touch (leakage) current exceeding 3.5 mA

 

For Stationary Permanently Connected Equipment, or Stationary Pluggable Equipment Type B, having a main protective earthing terminal, if the Touch (Leakage) Current measurements exceed 3.5 mA r.m.s., all of the following conditions apply:

• The r.m.s. Protective Conductor Current shall not exceed 5% of the input current per line under normal operating conditions. If the load is unbalanced, the largest of the 3-line (phase) currents shall be used for this calculation.

To measure the Protective Conductor Current, the procedure for measuring Touch Current is used but the measuring instrument is replaced by an ammeter of negligible impedance.

• The cross sectional area of the Protective Bonding Conductor shall not be less than 1.0 mm squared in the path of high Protective Conductor Current.

 

Planning and Installation

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Hardware Overview

Choosing a UPS

Environmental

Specifications

System Cabling Requirements

Layout and Space Requirements

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• A label with similar wording, shall be affixed adjacent to the equipment AC MAINS SUPPLY connection:

HIGH LEAKAGE CURRENT Earth connection essential before connecting supply.

The Celerra CNS-14 is a Stationary Pluggable Type B system, and has been extensively tested and certified to meet the above standard, including the application of this IEC 60950 warning label, EMC P/N 046-000-309, in English and French. This label is located on the inside of the rear door of the Celerra CNS-14 cabinet.

The Celerra CNS-14 is capable of supporting two consecutive three-minute power outages before its battery power supply is depleted. If you need to extend this time period, you will need to purchase a UPS from a qualified supplier.

When you are planning the UPS solution for the Celerra CNS-14, and the storage system is presently or is going to be protected with a UPS, the battery backup time you propose for the Celerra CNS-14 UPS solution should match that of the storage system.

The Celerra CNS-14 requires the environmental specifications outlined in Environmental Specifications on page 3-4. The customer must make sure the site meets or exceeds the specifications listed.

The Pre-Site Survey completed with the EMC Systems Engineer reports the cable lengths (FWD SCSI, Ultra/Ultra2 FWD SCSI, Fibre Channel, or serial) required for each storage connection to Celerra CNS-14. Review the cable routing path(s) from the host(s) to the Celerra CNS-14. Resolve any physical access issues before the installation date.

The Celerra CNS-14 requires the floor-tile cutout (24-inch floor tiles) illustrated in Figure 2-1, Cabinet Floor-Tile Cutout, on page 2-4 to accommodate the SCSI, serial channel, or Fibre Channel cables.

Celerra Clustered Network Server (CNS-14) Hardware Reference Guide

 

Hardware Overview

Celerra NAS Overview

 

When building an EMC network-attached storage (NAS) environment, at least three major components are necessary:

 

A TCP/IP network, consisting of switches, routers, and hubs that together connect attached clients such as workstations and servers to each other.

A high-capacity, high-speed data storage system that is optimized for uninterrupted data access.

Dedicated file servers physically connected between the TCP/IP network and storage system.

The Celerra CNS-14, which is the high end of EMC’s NAS product family, is discussed in the following sections.

The Celerra CNS-14 Overview

The Celerra CNS-14 moves large amounts of client data to and from a storage system. The dedicated file servers, called Data Movers, use NFS and CIFS protocols to accomplish this task. Other components that support the Data Movers include the Control Stations, communications subsystems, and redundant power subsystems.

Data storage for an EMC NAS server is provided by high-capacity, high-speed storage systems, such as the EMC Symmetrix ® system, Symmetrix DMX system, EMC CLARiiON ® CX400, CX500, CX600, and CX700. Figure 1-1 on page 1-6 depicts a typical Celerra CNS-14- based NAS server environment.

 

Celerra NAS Overview

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Hardware Overview Disk Storage Systems Celerra CNS-14 Network Symmetrix CX400, CX500, DMX CX600, CX700 PS0
Hardware Overview
Disk Storage Systems
Celerra CNS-14
Network
Symmetrix
CX400, CX500,
DMX
CX600, CX700
PS0
PS1
PS2
PS3
PS4
SMB0 SMB1
Fibre Channel Switch
CNS-000613
Figure 1-1
Celerra CNS-14–Based NAS Environment
The Celerra CNS-14 supports several different storage systems
including all models of the EMC Symmetrix DMX, the CLARiiON
CX400, CX500, CX600, and CX700. Attaching different storage-system
models to the Celerra CNS-14, although allowed, may present special
configuration issues. For more information about storage-system
support, refer to the Celerra Clustered Network Server System
Configuration Guide. You can find this guide on Avatar or on the User
Information CD - Customer Service Edition.
EMC NAS Support
Matrix
Refer to the EMC NAS Support Matrix, which is available at
http://powerlink.emc.com, for definitive information on
supported software and hardware, such as backup software, Fibre
Channel switches, and application support for Celerra
network-attached storage (NAS) products.
The EMC NAS Support Matrix is for EMC use only. Do not share this
information with customers.
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SB0
SB2
SB4
SB6
SB8
SB10
SB12
SB14
SB1
SB3
SB5
SB7
SB9
SB11
SB13
SB15
Hardware Overview Celerra CNS-14 Major Hardware Components The Celerra CNS-14 cabinet contains hardware components that
Hardware Overview
Celerra CNS-14 Major Hardware Components
The Celerra CNS-14 cabinet contains hardware components that
work together to ensure the reliable transfer of data to and from
network-attached clients. Table 1-1 briefly describes the major
hardware components in the cabinet and provides a cross-reference
for more information. Figure 1-2 on page 1-9 and Figure 1-3 on
page 1-10 show the location of those components.
Table 1-1
Celerra CNS-14 Hardware Components
Hardware Component
Purpose
For More Information
Control Stations (CS)
Allows the user to control and monitor
cabinet components. Also used to
load initial operating software from
the built-in IDE flash disk.
517 Control Station on page 1-11.
517 Control Station Components and Connections on
page 1-11.
Cabling the Control Station on page 2-20.
How to Install or Remove a Control Station on
page 4-10.
514 Data Movers (DM)
Transfers data between the client
network and the storage system (file
server).
514 Data Mover on page 1-13.
Figure 1-5, 514 Data Mover Network and I/O
Adapters, on page 1-13.
Cabling the Data Mover(s) on page 2-23.
How to Install or Remove a Data Mover on page 4-3.
Power Supplies
Converts the installation site’s AC
power to DC power and provides it to
the Celerra CNS-14 cabinet.
Power Supplies on page 1-25.
How to Install or Remove a Power Supply on
page 4-14.
Emergency Power Off (EPO)
Box
Controls AC power to all DC power
supplies in the cabinet. Contains the
main power / circuit-breaker switch.
Troubleshooting the EPO Box on page 4-26.
Task 6: Applying Power to the Cabinet on page 2-27.
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Table 1-1 Hardware Component Battery Backup Unit (BBU) System Monitor Board (SMB) Cabinet Fan-Tray Assemblies
Table 1-1 Hardware Component Battery Backup Unit (BBU) System Monitor Board (SMB) Cabinet Fan-Tray Assemblies
Table 1-1 Hardware Component Battery Backup Unit (BBU) System Monitor Board (SMB) Cabinet Fan-Tray Assemblies

Table 1-1

Hardware Component

Battery Backup Unit (BBU)

System Monitor Board (SMB)

Cabinet Fan-Tray Assemblies

Purpose

Monitor Board (SMB) Cabinet Fan-Tray Assemblies Purpose For More Information How to Remove or Install the
Monitor Board (SMB) Cabinet Fan-Tray Assemblies Purpose For More Information How to Remove or Install the

For More Information

How to Remove or Install the Battery Backup Unit on page 4-21.

• Figure 1-2, Celerra CNS-14 Hardware Components Front View, on page 1-9.

How to Install or Remove a System Monitor Board (SMB) on page 4-18.

Cabinet Fan Tray on page 1-30.

Hardware Overview

Celerra CNS-14 Hardware Components (continued)

Provides 3 minutes of power to the cabinet in case both main and auxiliary AC power are lost. During normal system operation the BBU maintains the backup batteries’ level of charge.

Monitors system status and environmental conditions and sends messages to the system logs.

Contains two multiple-speed fans that evacuate heat from the Celerra cabinet.

Celerra Clustered Network Server (CNS-14) Hardware Reference Guide

fans that evacuate heat from the Celerra cabinet. Celerra Clustered Network Server (CNS-14) Hardware Reference Guide
fans that evacuate heat from the Celerra cabinet. Celerra Clustered Network Server (CNS-14) Hardware Reference Guide
Hardware Overview C abinet Fa n-Tray A ss em blie s (1 to 3) 514
Hardware Overview
C
abinet
Fa n-Tray
A
ss em blie s
(1 to 3)
514
D
a t a Mover s
(2 to14)
Control S t a tion s
(1or 2)
Power
P
S 0
PS 1
P S2
P S3
P S 4
S MB0 S MB1
Su pplies
(4 to 5)
S
y stem Monitor
Bo a rd ( S MB)
B
attery B a ck u p
Unit (BBU)
EPO Box
Front View
CN S -000602
Figure 1-2
Celerra CNS-14 Hardware Components Front View
Celerra CNS-14 Major Hardware Components
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S
B0
SB2
S
B4
SB6
SB 8
S
B10
S
B12
S
B14
S
B1
SB 3
S
B5
SB7
SB9
S
B11
S
B13
S
B15

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Hardware Overview C abinet Fa n-Tray A ss em blie s (1 to 3 )
Hardware Overview
C
abinet
Fa n-Tray
A
ss em blie s
(1 to 3 )
B
a ttery B a ck u p
EPO Box
Unit (BBU)
Re a r View
CN S -000601
Figure 1-3
Celerra CNS-14 Hardware Components Rear View
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Hardware Overview 517 Control Station The 517 Control Station uses the Linux operating system. It
Hardware Overview
517 Control Station
The 517 Control Station uses the Linux operating system. It lets the
user control and monitor the Celerra CNS-14 and access features of
the Celerra NAS software. The 517 Control Station provides utilities
for installing and configuring the Celerra CNS-14, managing Data
Movers, maintaining and monitoring system performance and
cabinet environmental conditions, and for utilizing the CallHome
feature. For the procedures to install or remove a Control Station,
refer to How to Install or Remove a Control Station on page 4-10.
This section describes the Model 517 Control Station only. The Celerra
CNS-14 cabinet does not support earlier model Control Stations.
517 Control Station
Components and
Connections
The primary Control Station is installed in slot_0 and the optional
Control Station is installed in slot_1. The Control Station has a Fast
Ethernet (FE) network interface card (NIC) for the customer’s
external network communications. Figure 1-4 shows components and
connections of the current model Control Station.
External NIC
External NIC
Internal
Fast Ethernet
Fast Ethernet
SVGA
Ethernet
Fibre Channel
(Customer Network)
(Customer Service)
(Video)
(10Base2)
(HBA)
2.5" IDE
Flash Drive
TX
RX
TX
RX
Mouse
Keyboard
12
3
4
56
7
8
CNS-000608
Figure 1-4
517 Control Station Components and Connections
517 Control Station
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Hardware Overview The Model 517 Control Station has eight slots: slots 1 through 4 are
Hardware Overview The Model 517 Control Station has eight slots: slots 1 through 4 are
Hardware Overview The Model 517 Control Station has eight slots: slots 1 through 4 are

Hardware Overview

Hardware Overview The Model 517 Control Station has eight slots: slots 1 through 4 are for
Hardware Overview The Model 517 Control Station has eight slots: slots 1 through 4 are for

The Model 517 Control Station has eight slots: slots 1 through 4 are for PCI cards, slot 5 is for either PCI cards or ISA cards, and slots 6 through 8 are for ISA cards. Table 1-2 summarizes and briefly describes the use of each slot.

Model 517 Control Station Card Slots

Table 1-2

 

Slot No.

   
 

Slot_1

   

Slot_2

 

Slot_3

   
 

Slot_4

   
 

Slot_5

   
 

Slot_6

   
 

Slot_7

   
 

Slot_8

   

Description

Enables Linux and NAS software installation.

Connects to the storage system.

• If the storage system is a Symmetrix system, the connection is either Fibre Channel or Ultra Fast Wide Differential SCSI.

• If the storage system is a CLARiiON CX400, CX500, CX600, or CX700, the connection is through the Fibre Channel switch.

Connects to the customer’s network.

Provides Customer Service maintenance connection.

Provides an external video connection for Customer Service maintenance.

Communicates with the Data Movers through the backplane.

Communicates with the Data Movers through the backplane.

The model 517 Control Station has a 6-pin DIN keyboard connector and a 6-pin DIN mouse connector.

DIN keyboard connector and a 6-pin DIN mouse connector. Celerra Clustered Network Server (CNS-14) Hardware Reference
DIN keyboard connector and a 6-pin DIN mouse connector. Celerra Clustered Network Server (CNS-14) Hardware Reference

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Hardware Overview 514 Data Mover The Data Mover is a network file se rver that

Hardware Overview

514 Data Mover

The Data Mover is a network file server that transfers data between the storage system and the customer’s network. The Celerra CNS-14 cabinet contains up to fourteen Data Movers, which are installed in slots 2 through 15 of the cabinet. (The Celerra CNS-14 requires a minimum of two Data Movers. A Standby Data Mover is not required.)

The 514 Data Mover motherboard has two 1.6 GHz Intel Pentium IV processors. It also has five PCI-X I/O slots, numbered 1 through 5 from left to right. Slots 1 and 2 operate at speeds up to 100 MHz. Slots 3, 4, and 5 operate at speeds up to 133 MHz.

Figure 1-5 shows the slot numbering and components of a typical model 514 Data Mover. This particular model (D4-2F-2E4) is equipped with two Fibre Channel cards (one for a host connection and one for a tape connection) and two 4-port 10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet cards. Table 1-3 describes the types of cards that go in each slot of a 514 Data Mover.

2-Port 2-Gbps

Fibre Channel

1-Port 2 Gbps Fibre Channel

4-Port 10/100/1000

Base-T Copper

Ethernet

ACT/LNK ACT/LNK PORT A PORT A TX PORT B PORT B RX PORT C PORT
ACT/LNK
ACT/LNK
PORT A
PORT A
TX
PORT B
PORT B
RX
PORT C
PORT C
TX
TX
PORT D
PORT D
RX
RX

12

3

4

5

CNS-000609

514 Data Mover Network and I/O Adapters

Model 514 Data Mover Components

Figure 1-5

514 Data Mover

3 4 5 CNS-000609 514 Data Mover Network and I/O Adapters Model 514 Data Mover Components

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Hardware Overview Model 514 Data Mover Card Slots     Slot Type      
Hardware Overview Model 514 Data Mover Card Slots     Slot Type      
Hardware Overview Model 514 Data Mover Card Slots     Slot Type      

Hardware Overview

Hardware Overview Model 514 Data Mover Card Slots     Slot Type       PCI-X
Hardware Overview Model 514 Data Mover Card Slots     Slot Type       PCI-X

Model 514 Data Mover Card Slots

   

Slot Type

   
 

PCI-X 64-bit

MHz

   
 

PCI-X 64-bit

MHz

   
 

PCI-X 64-bit

MHz

   
 

PCI-X 64-bit

MHz

   
 

PCI-X 64-bit

MHz

   

Table 1-3

Description

Fibre Channel HBA connects to storage

through a Fibre Channel switch.

Use for Fibre Channel Tape, 4-port Copper

10/100/1000 Base-T, or 2-port SCSI HBA.

Use the 2-port SCSI HBA for tape drives only. Do not connect to Symmetrix storage.

1-port Gigabit Ethernet (1000 Base-SX) or

4-port Copper10/100/1000 Base-T

1-port Gigabit Ethernet (1000 Base-SX) or

4-port Copper10/100/1000 Base-T

1-port Gigabit Ethernet (1000 Base-SX) or

4-port Copper10/100/1000 Base-T

The 514 Data Mover is available with different port configurations for Fibre Channel and network interface. Table 1-4 lists the 514 Data Mover model number for each available port configuration.

The four 514 Data Mover models that are immediately available for shipment (active) are shown in Figure 1-6 on page 1-17 through Figure 1-9 on page 1-18. The remaining models must be ordered through the request for price quote (RPQ) process.

The TOE (TCP/IP offload engine) version of the 514 Data Mover are also called the 514T Data Mover. The TOE card is the optical Gigabit Ethernet network card.

The TOE ca rd is the optical Gigabit Ethernet network card. Celerra Clustered Network Server (CNS-14)
The TOE ca rd is the optical Gigabit Ethernet network card. Celerra Clustered Network Server (CNS-14)

Celerra Clustered Network Server (CNS-14) Hardware Reference Guide

Hardware Overview Table 1-4 Celerra CNS-14 Fibre-Based 514 Data Mover Models 514 Model Price Two
Hardware Overview
Table 1-4
Celerra CNS-14 Fibre-Based 514 Data Mover Models
514 Model
Price
Two
One
Two
Optical
Optical
Number a
List
Two 2 Gbps
FC Ports for
Symmetrix/
CLARiiON
Minimum
SCSI Ports
2 Gbps
SCSI Ports
Gigabit
Gigabit
Celerra
Status b
for
FC Port
for Tape
Ethernet
Ethernet
Network
Symmetrix
for Tape
10 /100 /1000
Base-T
Copper
Ethernet
Ports
Ports
Ports
Server
(TOE) c
(non-TOE)
Software d
D4-2F-2E4
Active
1—1
8
——
5.1.19.5
D4-2F-2E4-U
Active
D4-2F-2T
Active
1—1
——
2—
5.3
D4-2F-2T-U
Active
D4-2F-E4-2T
Active
1—1
4
2—
5.3
D4-2F-E4-2T-U
Active
D4-F-2E4-2T
Active
1
——
8
2
5.3
D4-F-2E4-2T-U
Active
D4-2F-3E4
RPQ
1
1
12
5.1.19.5
D4-2F-3E4-U
RPQ
D4-2F-2G
RPQ
1—1
———
2
5.1.19.5
D4-2F-2G-U
RPQ
D4-2F-3G
RPQ
1—1
———
3
5.1.19.5
D4-2F-3G-U
RPQ
D4-2F-3T
RPQ
1—1
——
3—
5.3
D4-2F-3T-U
RPQ
D4-2F-E4-2G
RPQ
1—1
4—2
5.1.19.5
D4-2F-E4-2G-U
RPQ
D4-2F-E4-G
RPQ
1—1
4
1—
5.1.19.5
D4-2F-E4-G-U
RPQ
D4-2F-E4-T
RPQ
1—1
4
1—
5.3
D4-2F-E4-T-U
RPQ
D4-F-2E4
RPQ
1 ——
8
——
5.1.19.5
D4-F-2E4-U
RPQ
D4-F-2G
RPQ
1 ——
2
5.1.19.5
D4-F-2G-U
RPQ
D4-F-2T
RPQ
1 ——
2
5.3
D4-F-2T-U
RPQ
514 Data Mover
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Hardware Overview Table 1-4 Celerra CNS-14 Fibre-Based 514 Data Mover Models (continued) 514 Model Price
Hardware Overview
Table 1-4
Celerra CNS-14 Fibre-Based 514 Data Mover Models (continued)
514 Model
Price
Two 2 Gbps
FC Ports for
Symmetrix/
CLARiiON
Two
One
Two
Optical
Optical
Minimum
Number a
List
SCSI Ports
2 Gbps
SCSI Ports
Gigabit
Gigabit
Celerra
Status b
for
FC Port
for Tape
10 /100 /1000
Base-T
Copper
Ethernet
Ports
Ethernet
Ethernet
Network
Symmetrix
for Tape
Ports
Ports
Server
(TOE) c
(non-TOE)
Software d
D4-F-E4-T
RPQ
1
——
4
1
5.3
D4-F-E4-T-U
RPQ
D4-F-E4-G
RPQ
1
——
4
1
5.1.19.5
D4-F-E4-G-U
RPQ
D4-F-2E4-2G
RPQ
1
——
8
2
5.1.19.5
D4-F-2E4-2G-U
RPQ
D4-FS-2E4
RPQ
1
——
1
8
——
5.1.19.5
D4-FS-2E4-U
Active
D4-FS-2G
RPQ
1
——
1
2
5.1.19.5
D4-FS-2G-U
RPQ
D4-FS-2T
RPQ
1
——
1
2
5.3
D4-FS-2T-U
Active
D4-FS-E4-G
RPQ
1
——
1
4
1
5.1.19.5
D4-FS-E4-G-U
RPQ
D4-FS-E4-T
RPQ
1
——
1
4
1
5.3
D4-FS-E4-T-U
Active
D4-2S-2E4
RPQ
—1—
1
8
——
5.1.19.5
d
D4-2S-2E4-U
RPQ
D4-2S-2G
RPQ
—1—
1
——
2 d
5.1.19.5
D4-2S-2G-U
RPQ
D4-2S-2T
RPQ
—1—
1
2
— 5.3 d
D4-2S-2T-U
RPQ
a.
Order the -U model when the Data Mover is an upgrade kit for an installed system.
b.
Active means the 514 Data Mover model is in the Price List and readily available. RPQ means order the model
through the request for price quote (RPQ) process.
c.
TCP/IP Offload Engine (TOE) card
d.
FDDI, ATM, and SCSI cable connections to storage systems are not supported by Celerra Network Server software
version 5.4. or later. SCSI cable connections to tape drives are supported.
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Hardware Overview

1

   
 

4-Port 10/100/1000

 

2-Port 2-Gbps

Fibre Channel

1-Port 2 Gbps Fibre Channel

Base-T Copper

Ethernet

 
ACT/LNK ACT/LNK PORT A PORT A TX PORT B PORT B RX PORT C PORT
ACT/LNK ACT/LNK PORT A PORT A TX PORT B PORT B RX PORT C PORT
ACT/LNK
ACT/LNK
PORT A
PORT A
TX
PORT B
PORT B
RX
PORT C
PORT C
TX
TX
PORT D
PORT D
RX
RX

12

3

4

5

CNS-000609

Figure 1-6

514 Data Mover Model D4-2F-2E4

 

2-Port 2-Gbps

1-Port 2-Gbps

Fibre Channel

1-Port Optical Gigabit Ethernet (TOE)

Fibre Channel

TX TX TX RX TX TX RX RX RX RX
TX TX TX RX TX TX RX RX RX RX
TX TX TX RX TX TX RX RX RX RX
TX
TX
TX
RX
TX
TX
RX
RX
RX
RX

12

3

4

5

CNS-000610

Figure 1-7

514 Data Mover Model D4-2F-2T

 

514 Data Mover

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Hardware Overview

 

1

 
 

4-Port 10/100/1000

1-Port Optical

 

2-Port 2-Gbps

1-Port 2-Gbps

Base-T Copper

Gigabit Ethernet

Fibre Channel

Fibre Channel

Ethernet

(TOE)

ACT/LNK PORT A TX
ACT/LNK
PORT A
TX

RX

PORT B

TX

TX

 

PORT C

 

TX

RX

TX

RX

PORT D

RX

RX

 

12

3

4

5

CNS-000611

 

Figure 1-8

514 Data Mover Model D4-2F-E4-2T

 

1-Port Optical

4-Port 10/100/1000

 

2-Port 2-Gbps

Gigabit Ethernet

Base-T Copper

Fibre Channel

(TOE)

Ethernet

ACT/LNK ACT/LNK PORT A PORT A TX PORT B PORT B TX TX TX RX
ACT/LNK ACT/LNK
ACT/LNK
ACT/LNK
PORT A PORT A TX PORT B PORT B TX TX TX RX PORT C
PORT A
PORT A
TX
PORT B
PORT B
TX
TX
TX
RX
PORT C
PORT C
TX
PORT D
PORT D
RX
RX
RX
 

12

3

4

5

CNS-000612

 

Figure 1-9

514 Data Mover Model D4-F-2E4-2

 

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Hardware Overview

DM 514 Keyboard and Mouse Connections

The model 514 Data Mover has a 6-pin DIN keyboard connector and a 6-pin DIN mouse connector.

 

The model 514 Data Mover does not require a video adapter. Users configure, monitor, and control a Data Mover through the server’s Control Station.

Data Mover NIC Card Failover Rules

A

model 514 Data Mover can fail over to a 514 Data Mover if the NIC

configuration is equivalent to or greater than the failing Data Mover.

514 Data Mover

To monitor a Data Mover during a NAS software-loading session or

Console

Redirection

to

check its BIOS, you can connect directly to a Data Mover through

 

its VGA card and mouse and keyboard connectors. However, because the 514 Data Mover does not have a VGA card, it is not possible to connect directly to it in this way.

For the 514 Data Mover, you must use a connection called console redirection, which is automatically activated when a 514 Data Mover discovers that it has no VGA card installed and that a terminal device (like a service laptop) is attached.

To use console redirection, you need a Microsoft Windows-based service laptop, an EMC console cable (P/N 038-002-940), and a terminal emulator program (like HyperTerminal). Console redirection is activated when a sub-set of hardware flow-control signals detects the laptop’s EMC console cable and the HyperTerminal emulator program.

Follow the next procedure to make a console-redirection connection

to

a model 514 Data Mover.

 
 

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Hardware Overview   Step   Action   Control Station_0 R e a r CNS-000615 Connect
Hardware Overview   Step   Action   Control Station_0 R e a r CNS-000615 Connect
Hardware Overview   Step   Action   Control Station_0 R e a r CNS-000615 Connect

Hardware Overview

Hardware Overview   Step   Action   Control Station_0 R e a r CNS-000615 Connect the
Hardware Overview   Step   Action   Control Station_0 R e a r CNS-000615 Connect the
 

Step

 

Action

 
Control Station_0 R e a r CNS-000615

Control Station_0

Rear

CNS-000615

Connect the 25-pin D-type (DB25) connector of the EMC console cable to the desired Data Mover’s backplane connector.

server_15 DB25

server_13 DB25

server_11 DB25

server_9 DB25

server_7 DB25

server_5 DB25

server_3 DB25

Control Station_1

 

Locate the serial port (DB9) connector on the rear of the laptop. If there is more than one DB9 connector, consult Information Services to determine which one to use for console redirection.

The first serial port is typically referred to as COM1 and the second serial port is COM2. Not all laptops have two serial ports.

 
 

Connect the 9-pin D-type (DB9) connector of the EMC console cable to laptop serial port (COM1).

 
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Hardware Overview Step Action 4. From the laptop’s desktop, click Programs, Accessories, Communications,
Hardware Overview
Step
Action
4.
From the laptop’s desktop, click Programs, Accessories,
Communications, HyperTerminal from the Start menu. The
Connection Description window opens.
5.
Click Cancel in the Connection Description window.
6.
Select Properties from the File menu.
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Hardware Overview Step Action 7. The New Connection Properties dialog box opens. There are two
Hardware Overview Step Action 7. The New Connection Properties dialog box opens. There are two
Hardware Overview Step Action 7. The New Connection Properties dialog box opens. There are two

Hardware Overview

Hardware Overview Step Action 7. The New Connection Properties dialog box opens. There are two tabs
Hardware Overview Step Action 7. The New Connection Properties dialog box opens. There are two tabs
Step Action 7. The New Connection Properties dialog box opens. There are two tabs on
Step
Action
7.
The New Connection Properties dialog box opens.
There are two tabs on the New Connection Properties display box:
Connect To
Settings
You must complete the information on both tabs.
8.
Enter the Settings information from Table 1-5 into the appropriate
tabbed window selections. Click OK when you are done.
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Hardware Overview Table 1-5 HyperTerminal Configuration Data Tab Button Selection Setting Connect To Connect Using
Hardware Overview
Table 1-5
HyperTerminal Configuration Data
Tab
Button
Selection
Setting
Connect To
Connect Using
COM1
Configure
Bits per second:
19200
Data bits:
8
Parity:
None
Stop bits:
1
Flow control
None
Settings
Function, arrow and CTRL keys act
as
Terminal keys
Backspace key sends
CTRL+H
Emulation
Auto detect
Telnet terminal ID:
ANSI
Backscroll buffer lines:
500
Input Translation
Select Host System Encoding
Method
Shift-JIS
ASCII Setup
ASCII Sending
Send line ends with line feeds
Clear checkbox
Echo typed characters locally
Clear checkbox
Line delay milliseconds
0
Character delay milliseconds
0
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Hardware Overview Table 1-5 HyperTerminal Configuration Data (continued) Tab Button Selection Setting ASCII
Hardware Overview
Table 1-5
HyperTerminal Configuration Data (continued)
Tab
Button
Selection
Setting
ASCII Receiving
Append line feeds to incoming
line ends
Clear checkbox
Force incoming data to 7-bit
ASCII
Clear checkbox
Wrap lines that exceed terminal
width
Set checkbox
Special
When you use console redirection keep the following in mind:
Considerations
When you want to enter BIOS Setup, press F2. If this does not
work, enter BIOS Setup by pressing the DEL (delete) key.
The VT100, as emulated or with an actual terminal, cannot always
transmit function keys to the motherboard for correct
interpretation by the BIOS.
If you are asked to press the ESC (escape) key, always press it
twice.
The VT100 regularly uses the ESC character code to transmit
information to the computer. Therefore, when the ESC key is
pressed once, the BIOS cannot decide if this is part of the
information transmission process or an operator pressing the ESC
key. Pressing the ESC key a second time makes it easy for the BIOS
to determine which one it is.
Pressing the ESC key twice is not required once the Data Mover’s operating
system software (DART) is running.
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Hardware Overview Power Supplies The power supplies convert the installation site’s AC power to DC
Hardware Overview
Power Supplies
The power supplies convert the installation site’s AC power to DC
power, providing 54.5 VDC to each of the 16 cabinet shoebox slots.
To provide n+1 high-availability operation, the power supply-to-
514 Data Mover ratio is:
Four power supplies for two Control Stations and two to eleven
514 Data Movers.
Five power supplies for two Control Stations and twelve to
fourteen 514 Data Movers.
For the procedure to install or remove a power supply, refer to How to
Install or Remove a Power Supply on page 4-14.
P
S 0
P S 1
PS 2
P S3
P S 4
S MB0 S MB1
Power
Su pplies
Front View
CN S-000600
Figure 1-10
Power Supplies
Power Supplies
1-25
S
B0
S
B2
S
B1
S
B 3

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Hardware Overview Battery Backup Unit (BBU) The Battery Backup Unit (BBU) provides the Celerra CNS-14
Hardware Overview
Battery Backup Unit (BBU)
The Battery Backup Unit (BBU) provides the Celerra CNS-14 cabinet
with a minimum of 3 minutes of 48 VDC (nominal) battery power in
the event of an AC power failure. The BBU contains four 12-volt,
26 ampere-hour batteries and a battery-charger assembly.
The battery-charger assembly communicates with the Control
Station’s Intelligent Server Power Board (ISPB) via the redundant
channel RS485 network. After a full-rate discharge, the battery
charger can charge the four batteries to 90% capacity within 12 hours.
It takes approximately 24 hours to charge the batteries to 100%
capacity after the AC power returns to the cabinet. Status LEDs on
the BBU show communication, charger, and fault status of the BBU,
as shown in the Figure 1-11.
Turning off (0 position) the EPO switch disconnects the BBU batteries from
the cabinet. All other times the BBU is ready to provide power to the cabinet.
For the procedures to install or remove a BBU, refer to How to Remove
or Install the Battery Backup Unit on page 4-21.
CHARGE
COMM
FAULT
STATUS
DISCHARGE
(BLINKING)
CHARGE
COMM
FAULT
STATUS
DISCHARGE
(BLINKING)
BBU Status LEDs
COMM Status (Green)
Blinking = RS485 Communication
Normal
OFF = Not Communicating
CHARGER Status (Green)
On Steady = Charging
Blinking = Discharging
Off = Power-up or Fault Condition
FAULT Status (Yellow)
On Steady = BBU Fault
Blinking = Redswitch or Blackswitch
Detected
Off = Normal
CFS-000255
Figure 1-11
Battery Backup Unit (BBU) Status LEDs
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Hardware Overview Emergency Power Off Box The EPO box shown in Figure 1-12 monitors AC
Hardware Overview
Emergency Power
Off Box
The EPO box shown in Figure 1-12 monitors AC inputs, selects AC
feed for the power supplies, provides 30 A circuit-breaker protection,
EMI filtering, and monitors EPO door switches.
The red EPO switch on the rear door of the cabinet controls the
emergency power off (EPO) box, providing a quick means of shutting
down the cabinet in case of a personal hazard or equipment hazard.
The EPO box is configured from the factory for dual AC power
sources (main and auxiliary power circuits). The installation site’s
main and auxiliary AC lines connect directly to the EPO box. LEDs on
the front of the EPO box monitor its operations. The AC Line Cord
switch in Figure 1-12 sets the EPO box for dual AC power operation
(main and auxiliary power sources) or single AC power operation
(main power source only).
For procedures to install or remove an EPO box, refer to How to
Replace an EPO Box on page 4-26.
EPO Box
Fault
Normal
Main
Aux
Select
AC Line Cord
Up = Dual (default)
Down = Single
CFS-000223
Figure 1-12
The EPO Box
YELLOW
GREEN
MAIN
ALM
MAIN
PRES
AUX
ALM
AUX
PRES
AUX
SEL
MAIN
SEL
Battery Backup Unit (BBU)
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Hardware Overview System Monitor Board (SMB) The System Monitor Board (SMB) provides realtime hardware component
Hardware Overview
System Monitor Board (SMB)
The System Monitor Board (SMB) provides realtime hardware
component status and alarm status to the Box Monitor (BOXMON)
diagnostics program. It collects status and alarm information on the
AC/DC power supplies, the shoebox slots, the fans in the fan-tray
assembly, the BBU, the EPO box, the door switches, and the
backplanes.
For the procedures to install or remove an SMB, refer to How to Install
or Remove a System Monitor Board (SMB) on page 4-18.
TX
TX
RX
RX
TX
TX
RX
RX
PS0
PS1
PS2
PS3
PS4
SMB0 SMB1
System Monitor
Board
Front
CNS-000298
Figure 1-13
The System Monitor Board Location
System Monitor
Board Features
The System Monitor Board has ten status LEDs, a diagnostic
connector, and two switches. Table 1-6 describes these features and
Figure 1-14 shows their location.
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SB0
SB1
Hardware Overview Table 1-6 SMB LEDs, Connector, and Switches Feature Description VCC_OK LED is on
Hardware Overview
Table 1-6
SMB LEDs, Connector, and Switches
Feature
Description
VCC_OK
LED is on when VCC is within limits.
485_OK
LED is blinking when the RS485 network from the System Process Board to the System Monitor Board is
working.
FANU0 – FANU3
LED is on when the fan unit (fan-tray assembly) is present. Flashing when alarm condition exists.
BCKPL0 – BKPL2
LED is on when backplane is present. Flashing during an alarm condition.
SRVCMD
LED is on when Service Mode Switch is in Service Mode. Off when switch is in Normal Mode.
Service Mode
Switch
When this switch is in the SRVC Mode position (up), you can margin the SMB VCC and run power subsystem
diagnostic.
JTAG Connector
Connector allows in-system reprogramming of the Complex Programmable Logic Device (CPLDs).
RESET Button
Pressing this button resets the SMB hardware.
VCC_OK
485_OK
FANU3
FANU2
FANU1
FANU0
Service Mode Switch
Up = SRVC Mode
Down = Normal Mode
BCKPL2
BCKPL1
JTAG
BCKPL0
Connector
SRVCMD
RESET
Button
CNS-000614
Figure 1-14
System Monitor Board Status Indicators
System Monitor Board (SMB)
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Hardware Overview Cabinet Fan Tray The Celerra cabinet supports from one-to-three fan trays. Each assembly
Hardware Overview
Cabinet Fan Tray
The Celerra cabinet supports from one-to-three fan trays. Each
assembly has two fans, providing a cabinet with from two to six fans.
The System Monitor Board (SMB) monitors the rotational speed of
the fans on each cabinet fan tray and reports any fan failure to the
BOXMON diagnostic program.
For procedures to install or remove a fan tray refer to How to Add or
Replace the Fan Tray on page 4-28.
Cabinet
Fan-Tray
Assemblies
(1 to 3)
Front
CNS-000607
Figure 1-15
Celerra Cabinet Fans
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SB14
SB13
SB15
   

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Invisible Body Tag

Hardware Installation

 

This chapter explains how to install the Celerra CNS-14 cabinet hardware. This includes unpacking hardware components and site preparation that support the installation process. This chapter covers the following:

Preparing the Site

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Unpacking the Celerra CNS-14

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Hardware Installation

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Hardware Installation

   

2

 
 

Preparing the Site

This section explains how to prepare the customer site before you install the Celerra CNS-14.

Cabinet Site

Before you set up the cabinet, again make sure the site meets the following cabinet requirements.

Requirements

 

Although these requirements were checked and noted during the pre-site survey, you should do it again.

 

AC Power

U.S. customers must supply power through two Russellstoll 3933 250-VAC female connectors. Two power cords with Russellstoll 3750DP/F35447A 250-VAC male plugs are shipped with the cabinet. Factory default shipment of a Celerra cabinet is for dual AC power connections. The server can operate on power from a single source, but for high-availability operation, dual power sources are recommended.

 

U-series connectors are polarized and are not supported. For a complete list of electrical requirements, refer to Chapter 3, Specifications and Requirements.

 

Power and Modem Line

 

You will also need the following:

 

A separate analog phone line with an RJ11 jack for each Control Station installed in the cabinet.

!
!
! CAUTION

CAUTION

! CAUTION
 
  This phone line must be sepa rate from the storage-system modem line.

This phone line must be separate from the storage-system modem line.

This phone line must be sepa rate from the storage-system modem line.

A 110 V AC power receptacle for each modem connection. Each Control Station requires one modem connection.

A 110 V AC power receptacle for the service laptop.

 

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Physical Data

The server requires the following installation space and cabling accommodations:

   

Depth

38.8 inches (98.4 cm)

Width

23.1 inches (58.67 cm)

 

Height

75.3 inches (191.1 cm)

Service Clearance

36 in. (91.5 cm) at the rear, and 48 in. (122 cm) at the front

 

Cabinet Floor Space

6.2 sq. ft (5760 sq. meters)

 

The cabinet floor space only applies to the Celerra CNS-14 cabinet. The storage-array cabinets vary in size, and you must add them to the total floor-space requirements.

 

Access (Raised) Floor Tile Requirements

EMC assumes 24 in. (60.96 cm) of floor tile space and requires 11 in. (28 cm) of raised floor clearance for cabling.

Weight support for 986 lbs (447 kg) is required.

Floor-Tile Cutout

An 8 X 6 in.(20.3 X 15.3 cm) floor cutout is required for cable handling as shown in Figure 2-1.

WARNING
WARNING

WARNING

WARNING
 
 
  Make sure the cabinet is stable and secure during the installation and maintenance procedures. To

Make sure the cabinet is stable and secure during the installation and maintenance procedures. To secure th e cabinet, follow the procedures in Securing the Cabinet on page 2-9.

and maintenance procedures. To secure th e cabinet, follow the procedures in Securing the Cabinet on
 
 

Preparing the Site

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Hardware Installation 24 " 8" 24 " 6" CFS_000129 Figure 2-1 Cabinet Floor-Tile Cutout Tools
Hardware Installation
24 "
8"
24 "
6"
CFS_000129
Figure 2-1
Cabinet Floor-Tile Cutout
Tools Required
To install the Celerra CNS-14, you need the following tools:
◆ Screwdrivers (Phillips and flatblade)
◆ Adjustable or 3/4-inch open-end wrench
◆ Knife or wirecutters to cut strapping
◆ Digital voltmeter
◆ 5/16-inch hex driver (to open the Celerra cabinet)
◆ 3/8-inch hex driver (to open the Symmetrix cabinet)
◆ Tile puller (to open the raised tile floor)
!
CAUTION
Always wear a ground strap and use an antistatic mat when
handling static-sensitive components.
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Hardware Installation 2-5 The Celerra CNS-14 requires a computer room environment for proper operation. Table
Hardware Installation 2-5 The Celerra CNS-14 requires a computer room environment for proper operation. Table

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Hardware Installation 2-5 The Celerra CNS-14 requires a computer room environment for proper operation. Table 2-1
Hardware Installation 2-5 The Celerra CNS-14 requires a computer room environment for proper operation. Table 2-1
Hardware Installation 2-5 The Celerra CNS-14 requires a computer room environment for proper operation. Table 2-1
Hardware Installation 2-5 The Celerra CNS-14 requires a computer room environment for proper operation. Table 2-1
Hardware Installation 2-5 The Celerra CNS-14 requires a computer room environment for proper operation. Table 2-1

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Hardware Installation 2-5 The Celerra CNS-14 requires a computer room environment for proper operation. Table 2-1
Hardware Installation 2-5 The Celerra CNS-14 requires a computer room environment for proper operation. Table 2-1

The Celerra CNS-14 requires a computer room environment for proper operation. Table 2-1 lists the key environmental requirements.

   

Site Requirement

 
 

Between 10% and 80% noncondensing relative humidity

 

Sea level to 8000 feet (2500 meters)

 

+59° to 90°F (15 to 32°C)

 

5700 Btu

You must allow a period of time for the cabinet components to acclimate to a computer room environment before unpacking them. A total acclimation time of 24 hours is recommended prior to connecting the Celerra CNS-14 to a power source.

Table 2-2 describes these environmental requirements.

Environmental Acclimation Requirements

       
     
     
     
     
     

Table 2-1

Environmental Requirements

Nominal: 68°F - 72°F (20°C - 22°C)

Cool: 40°F - 65°F (4°C - 18°C)

Cold: Below 40°F (4°C)

Dampness, high humidity

- 22°C) Cool: 40°F - 65°F (4°C - 18°C) Cold: Below 40°F (4°C) Dampness, high humidity

Preparing the Site

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Hardware Installation

   
 

Unpacking the Celerra CNS-14

 

This section explains how to inventory, inspect, and unpack the Celerra CNS-14 cabinet.

 

Inventorying and Inspecting the Components

To inventory and inspect the cabinet:

1. Inspect the outer packaging for signs of possible shipping damage.

 

2. Conduct an inventory of the cartons and compare their contents to those on the packing list.

 

In Case of Damage

If there is damage to any cabinet component, follow these steps:

 

1. Note the damage on the waybill.

2. Notify the EMC traffic department.

3. File a freight claim with the carrier.

4. Photograph the damaged components.

5. Discontinue the installation procedure.

 

Reviewing Handling Precautions

Before moving the cabinet components, be sure that the site’s flooring meets the minimum static and rolling load requirements, as specified in the pre-site survey.

 

When moving or handling cabinet components:

Always use two or more people to unpack the cabinet.

Keep the modules upright; do not tip them.

Do not walk across carpeted flooring, especially in low-humidity areas, when handling any component.

Always wear a ground strap when handling printed circuit boards that were removed from their protective bags.

Always place a printed circuit board on a grounded work surface or antistatic bag after removing it from the unit chassis or its shipping bag.

If returning a printed circuit board, always place it in an antistatic bag.

Handle all components with proper antistatic precautions.

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Hardware Installation Unpacking the Cabinet Unpacking the cabinet is a 2 (two) person task. Follow
Hardware Installation
Unpacking the
Cabinet
Unpacking the cabinet is a 2 (two) person task. Follow these steps to
unpack the cabinet.
The ramp is located on the right side of the shipping crate. Do not discard
any hardware. Brackets and bolts are required for the installation, and must
stay with the server.
1. Remove all strapping, top cover, corrugated wraparound, plastic
cover, and top cushions.
2. Set up the ramp by unscrewing it from the pallet (Figure 2-2).
Front
Rotated 90
CNS-000616
Figure 2-2
Ramp Setup
Unpacking the Celerra CNS-14
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Hardware Installation 3. Insert the ramp angle brackets in the rear of the pallet as
Hardware Installation
3.
Insert the ramp angle brackets in the rear of the pallet as shown in
Figure 2-3.
Rear
CNS-000617
Figure 2-3
Insert Ramp in Pallet
4. Unbolt and remove the cabinet brackets from the pallet.
5. With a helper, carefully roll the cabinet down the ramp to the
desired location. Position the rear of the cabinet over the floor-tile
cutout.
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Hardware Installation 2 Securing the Follow these steps to secure the cabinet in position: Cabinet
Hardware Installation
2
Securing the
Follow these steps to secure the cabinet in position:
Cabinet
WARNING
Make sure the cabinet is secure before you begin installation of the
server.
1. Position the wheels so that they face towards the front of the
cabinet.
2. Install the L-shaped bracket supplied in the front of the unit.
Position the holes of the bracket over the holes in the bottom front
of the cabinet. Make sure the gripper on the L-bracket aligns with
the floor surface.
3. Secure the bracket using the supplied bolts and washers.
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Hardware Installation Installing the Celerra CNS-14 Cabinet You must complete the following tasks to install
Hardware Installation Installing the Celerra CNS-14 Cabinet You must complete the following tasks to install
Hardware Installation Installing the Celerra CNS-14 Cabinet You must complete the following tasks to install

Hardware Installation

Hardware Installation Installing the Celerra CNS-14 Cabinet You must complete the following tasks to install the
Hardware Installation Installing the Celerra CNS-14 Cabinet You must complete the following tasks to install the

Installing the Celerra CNS-14 Cabinet

You must complete the following tasks to install the Celerra CNS-14 cabinet.

   
 
     

Description

 
   

Open the front and rear doors of the cabinet.

   

Connect the cabinet to the main AC power source (and auxiliary power, if required).

   

Install the modem.

   

Connect the cables to the storage system according to your specific system configuration.

   

Connect the external network cables to the Control Station and Data Movers.

   

Apply power.

Task

Before You Proceed

The Celerra Network Server Configuration Guide explains cabling configurations in detail.

These steps are described in this section.

 

You must connect the Celerra CNS-14 cabinet to a storage system for all disk activity and data storage. Before you proceed, verify that the storage system is powered up, configured as described in the specific storage-system documentation, online, and operating properly.

The minimum Celerra CNS-14 configuration contains one Control Station and two Data Movers. Software installation requires a Control Station in cabinet slot_0 and Data Movers in cabinet slots_2 and slot_3.

 
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Hardware Installation 2-11 and back doors of the cabinet by turning the hex nut on
Hardware Installation 2-11 and back doors of the cabinet by turning the hex nut on
Hardware Installation 2-11 and back doors of the cabinet by turning the hex nut on

Hardware Installation

Hardware Installation 2-11 and back doors of the cabinet by turning the hex nut on the
Hardware Installation 2-11 and back doors of the cabinet by turning the hex nut on the
Hardware Installation 2-11 and back doors of the cabinet by turning the hex nut on the
Hardware Installation 2-11 and back doors of the cabinet by turning the hex nut on the
Hardware Installation 2-11 and back doors of the cabinet by turning the hex nut on the

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Hardware Installation 2-11 and back doors of the cabinet by turning the hex nut on the
Hardware Installation 2-11 and back doors of the cabinet by turning the hex nut on the

and back doors of the cabinet by turning the hex nut on the top of each door with the supplied 5/16-inch hex driver.

To connect the cabinet to the AC power source.

To complete the remaining procedures in this section, open the front

The hex driver is located in the clamp on the top-left corner of the unit.

Task 1: Opening the Cabinet Doors

Task 2: Connecting to the AC Power Source

Task 1: Opening the Cabinet Doors Task 2: Connecting to the AC Power Source 5.

5.

     
 

AC power cables. The cabinet is shipped set for dual AC power connections by default.

Determine whether the site requires single (main) or dual (main and auxiliary)

 

Set the SINGLE/DUAL AC line switch on the EPO box for a single or dual AC connection.

 
 

power cord (and auxiliary outlet or power cord, if required) measures between 180 and 264 VAC.

Using a voltmeter, verify that the voltage of the customer’s main power outlet or

 

Plug one end of the cabinet power cable(s) into the outlet (or power cord), leaving the system’s end disconnected.

cable’s integrity. Leave the cable(s) disconnected from the system at this stage.

installation. Have the customer contact a licensed electrician or facilities manager immediately.

Verify that the cabinet power extension cord(s) is not connected to the system:

Check the voltage between the cable pins on the machine end to verify the

If the voltage is not in the range specified above, do not continue with the

 
 

Turn off the wall breakers for the main (and auxiliary, if required) AC power source.

 
   
the main (and auxiliary, if required) AC power source.       Installing the Celerr a

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Hardware Installation Step Action 6. Verify that the EPO and AC IN switches on the
Hardware Installation Step Action 6. Verify that the EPO and AC IN switches on the
Hardware Installation Step Action 6. Verify that the EPO and AC IN switches on the

Hardware Installation

Hardware Installation Step Action 6. Verify that the EPO and AC IN switches on the outside
Hardware Installation Step Action 6. Verify that the EPO and AC IN switches on the outside
Step Action 6. Verify that the EPO and AC IN switches on the outside of
Step
Action
6.
Verify that the EPO and AC IN switches on the outside of the cabinet’s rear
door are turned off (0).
POWER
Power
Indicator
(Green)
I
I
EPO Switch
AC IN
(Red)
Power Switch
O
O
(Black)
EPO
AC IN
CNS-000462
7.
Set the EPO Box switch to the OFF (down) position.
EPO Box
Switch Off
Position
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YELLOW
GREEN
MAIN
ALM
MAIN
PRES
AUX
ALM
AUX
PRES
AUX
SEL
MAIN
SEL
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