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LEAKAGE CURRENT: Due to the types of products able to be installed in this product there WARNING is a risk of high leakage current (>3.5 mA). Reliable ground circuit continuity is vital for safe operation of this product. To reduce the risk of electric shock, earth connection is essential before connecting the supply.
This edition of the Cabinet Installation Guide contains technical information about integrated HP A3764A and HP A3765A rack-mount cabinets. These cabinets are designed to accept HP 9000 D Class Enterprise servers. At the time of publication, this family of computers included the following models:...
Inspecting the Shipment Introduction The HP 9000 D2xx and D3xx Class Enterprise servers can be mounted into a cabinet to consolidate the pieces of the core system. The cabinet is available in a 1.6 meter (63.8 inches) size. The cabinet is offered as a factory integrated cabinet (A3764A) with one to four D Class computers mounted, or a ﬁeld integrated (A3765A) cabinet with no computers...
Introduction Cabinet Conﬁgurations Cabinet Conﬁgurations Although the cabinets are designed to accommodate a variety of components mounted in just about any conﬁguration, there are some basic rules that apply to mounting a computer system. These rules allow for weight distribution, accessibility of the components, and cable management inside the rack-mount cabinet.
3. Open-ended 9/16-inch wrench. Installation Site Requirements Before proceeding with the installation of the A3764A or A3765A rack mount cabinet, ensure that all the procedures and requirements listed in the Site Preparation Guide (A3764-90005) have been completed. If all requirements and procedures have not been completed, do not proceed with the installation procedures listed in this document.
Introduction Installation Site Requirements Chapter 1...
Unpacking the Cabinet Assembly Unpacking and Installation This chapter describes how to unpack the A3764A or A3765A cabinet assembly. Both cabinets are shipped on a pallet. The instructions for unpacking are the same for both the A3764A and A3765A cabinet.
Unpacking and Installation Unpacking the Cabinet Assembly Figure 2-1. Removing the Cardboard Container 3. Remove the clam shell box from the pallet. 4. Remove the packing material from the top of the cabinet. See Figure 2-2. Chapter 2...
Unpacking and Installation Unpacking the Cabinet Assembly Figure 2-2. Removing the Ramp and Packing Material 5. Remove the shrink wrap from around the cabinet. This also holds the bezel protective packing on the front corners of the cabinet. Remove the bezel corner packing.
Unpacking and Installation Unpacking the Cabinet Assembly 6. Remove the two (one each side) shipping clamps from the bottom of the frame. They are bolted to the pallet, remove the bolt and then remove the clamp . See Figure 2-3. Figure 2-3.
Unpacking and Installation Unpacking the Cabinet Assembly Figure 2-4. Removing the Shipping Block 8. Position the ramp so that the block of wood under the ramp locks into the edge of the pallet with the strip of wood forming a lip. This holds the ramp in place while the cabinet is moved across the pallet and down the ramp.
5 for a list of ﬁeld replaceable parts for the cabinet. For internal component damage, refer to the Service Manual for replaceable parts and procedures. If extensive damage is found, it may be necessary to return the entire cabinet to HP. Refer to the Repacking instructions listed in this chapter.
Unpacking and Installation Cabinet Installation Cabinet Installation The installation of the pre-loaded cabinets consist of the following steps: 1. Move the cabinet to installation site. 2. Lower the leveling feet. (This will prevent excessive wear on the casters.) 3. Connect the system console to the server. 4.
Unpacking and Installation PowerTrust UPS Option PowerTrust UPS Option Unpack the PowerTrust UPS and read all the installation information in the PowerTrust System Guide part number 5961-8383. Once all the procedures listed in the UPS guide are complete, perform the following steps to complete the UPS installation with the cabinet. 1.
To repackage the cabinet, follow the repacking checklist and refer to the unpacking instructions for detail. Repacking Checklist: 1. Assemble the HP packing materials that came with the cabinet. 2. Connect the loading ramp to the pallet. 3. Raise the cabinet levelers before moving the cabinet.
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ON position. All components mounted in the cabinet are going to power up at the same time. If there are multiple HP D Class computers mounted in the cabinet, you may NOTE want to power each one up separately. This would reduce the power surge through the cabinet PDU if all computers and equipment try to power up at the same time.
Cabinet Operation Turning On the Computer System (with UPS) Turning On the Computer System (with UPS) When turning on the cabinet power, remember that all the components mounted in the cabinet turn on at the same time (if the ON/OFF switches are in the ON position), accept the SPU.
Cabinet Operation Turning Off the Computer System (Without UPS) Turning Off the Computer System (Without UPS) The computer has no remote turn off sensor for ac power. If the cabinet switch is put in the OFF position before turning off the computer switch, the computer senses that as an ac power fail condition.
Cabinet Operation Turning Off the Computer System (With UPS) Chapter 3...
Removal and Replacement Procedures Removal and Replacement Procedures This chapter lists all the parts of the HP A3764A, and HP A3765A rack mount cabinet that can be replaced if damaged. It also provides the procedures for accomplishing the replacement of a damaged part. Refer to for a list of the cabinet parts that can be replaced if damaged.
Removal and Replacement Procedures Figure 4-2 Cabinet Exploded View Back Chapter 4...
Removal and Replacement Procedures Table 4-1 A3764A and A3765A Cabinet Replaceable Parts Part No. Description A3764-62001 Rear door assembly, 1.6 meter 3110-0197 Lock E3661-00010 Latch Catch 0403-0780 Door Bumper A3764-00031 Upper cosmetic frame C2786-00012 Rear hinge A3764-00008 Vented top cap...
Removal and Replacement Procedures Part No. Description A3746-00030 Lower safety rod bracket A3764-00017 Computer carrier tray C2786-60001 1U Filler assembly 8120-1860 Rack device power cord, 5 ft. 8120-1396 Rack device power cord, 30 inches 8120-5470 Rack device Power cord, 20 inches 2680-0281 Screw, T25 10/32 2680-0278...
Removal and Replacement Procedures Removal and Replacement Procedures Removal and Replacement Procedures The following procedures are for the HP Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) contained in the HP A1896A or HP A1897A rack-mount cabinets. Rear Door Refer to Figure 4-1 while performing these procedures.
Removal and Replacement Procedures Removal and Replacement Procedures Rear Door Support Replacement: 1. Align door support over mounting hole in top cap and frame. 2. Insert mounting screw and tighten. Rear Door Bumper The rear door bumpers (one top and one bottom) are self-adhesive rubber bumpers stuck to the rear door.
Removal and Replacement Procedures Removal and Replacement Procedures Side Cover Refer to Figure 4-1 while performing these procedures. Side Cover Removal: 1. Remove the two mounting screws at the bottom of the cabinet. 2. On the right side cover, open the rear door and remove the two mounting screws on the upper door hinge and lower door hinge (that secure the hinge to the side panel).
Removal and Replacement Procedures Removal and Replacement Procedures 5. Unclip the PDU harness from the cable clamps on the cabinet frame top and pull the PDU harness down through the top frame. 6. Remove all component power cords from the PDU. 7.
Removal and Replacement Procedures Removal and Replacement Procedures 8. Plug the PDU power cord(s) into the wall outlet. 9. The cabinet and computer are ready to be powered up. Upper Cosmetic Frame The Upper and lower cosmetic frames are not inter-changeable. Each frame contains two cosmetic panels.
Removal and Replacement Procedures Removal and Replacement Procedures Cosmetic Panel The cosmetic panel(s) are held in place with six plastic push pegs. These pegs can be removed easily with a pair of long nose pliers. Compress the inside of the pin while pushing it towards the outside of the frame.
Removal and Replacement Procedures Removal and Replacement Procedures Figure 4-5 D Class Retainer Bracket 4. Refer to Figure 4-5. Remove the three tray mounting screws from the lower, back of the computer frame. 5. Remove the cosmetic frame (refer to upper or lower cosmetic frame instructions). 4-12 Chapter 4...
Removal and Replacement Procedures Removal and Replacement Procedures 6. Refer to Figure 4-6. Move the computer lockout slide away from the front of the computer, this inhibits all other computers in the cabinet from being extended. Fully extend the computer on the slide rails. Figure 4-6 D Class Computer Removal Diagram 7.
Removal and Replacement Procedures Removal and Replacement Procedures D Class Computer Replacement: 1. Align the computer over the extended tray and slide assembly and lower the computer onto the tray. 2. Refer to Figure 4-6. From under the front, insert the two tray mounting screws , do not tighten yet.
Removal and Replacement Procedures Removal and Replacement Procedures Figure 4-7 Computer Tray Diagram Computer Tray Replacement: 1. Align tray over the fully extended L bracket and slide assembly guide pins (3), and lower into place. 2. From underneath the tray (2), insert the four mounting screws (1) and tighten. 3.
Removal and Replacement Procedures Removal and Replacement Procedures Figure 4-8 Computer Lockout Assembly Diagram 2. Remove the two mounting screws from the top safety channel bracket, and pull the safety channel bracket off the safety rod 3. Lift the safety rod out of the cabinet. 4.
Removal and Replacement Procedures Removal and Replacement Procedures Shelf Assembly The shelf assembly has the middle rails and slides attached to the shelf plate. To remove and replace either the upper or lower the shelf assembly, perform the following steps. Shelf Assembly Removal: 1.
Removal and Replacement Procedures Removal and Replacement Procedures The upper shelf assembly has a computer retainer bracket attached to the NOTE under side of the shelf, be careful not to bump or bend the retainer bracket. Shelf Assembly Replacement: 1. Be sure side rail and slide assemblies are fully pushed back into the cabinet. 2.
Removal and Replacement Procedures Removal and Replacement Procedures Figure 4-10 Side Rail and Slide Assembly 7. From the front, pull the side rail away from the cabinet frame disengaging the front tab (1) and rail bolt (3), then lift the back of the side rail away from the cabinet frame, disengaging the hook tab (2) from the rectangular slot in the cabinet frame.
Removal and Replacement Procedures Removal and Replacement Procedures 6. Replace the computer tray (refer to Computer Tray Removal). 7. Replace the D Class computer (refer to D Class Computer Replacement instructions). 19 Inch Cosmetic Frame The 19 inch cosmetic frame must be removed before accessing any 19 inch peripheral device mounted in the lower section of the cabinet.
Removal and Replacement Procedures Removal and Replacement Procedures Figure 4-11 19 Inch Vertical Rail Diagram 4. Remove the four screws holding the 19 inch vertical rail to the cabinet rail. Also remove the four tinnerman nuts clipped to the cabinet rails. 5.
Removal and Replacement Procedures Removal and Replacement Procedures Cabinet Leveler or Caster Refer to Figure 4-1 while performing these procedures. Leveler or Caster Removal: 1. Turn Off the cabinet power switch. 2. Unplug the cabinet power cord from the wall outlet. 3.
Removal and Replacement Procedures Removal and Replacement Procedures 3. Slide the lock and latch mechanism through the hole in the outside of the rear door, with the lock facing out. 4. Open the rear door and place the bracket over the latch mechanism, centering the hole in the bracket over the hole in the lock mechanism.
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Each shelf assembly can accommodate two D Class computers. The cabinets can accommodate two shelf assemblies, providing cabinet space to mount up to four D Class computers. To access a computer mounted in the A3764A or A3765A cabinet perform the steps listed in the Access Procedure section.
Computer Access Button-up Procedures 4. From the back of the cabinet, remove the two retainer bracket screws from the upper corner (left or right depending on which computer is being accessed) of the computer. The retainer bracket screws can be stored in the retainer bracket center holes NOTE until they are ready to be re-inserted.