AlphaServer DS15 Series 10000 Rackmount Installation Guide Order Number: EK-D1510-RM. B01 This Guide is for service providers and self-maintenance customers who are installing an AlphaServer DS15 system into the 10000-series cabinet. Hewlett-Packard Company...
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Preface Intended Audience This manual is for service providers and self maintenance customers of the HP AlphaServer DS15 systems. Document Structure This manual uses a structured documentation design. Topics are organized into small sections, usually consisting of two facing pages. Most topics begin with an abstract that provides an overview of the section, followed by an illustration or example.
Unpack Rackmount Box The rackmount box is one of three long boxes found in the unit’s shipping carton (see Figure 1-1 ). It contains these instructions, two rack brackets, screws, two front brackets for securing the unit in the rack, template, and a power cord bracket. Figure 1-1 Unpacking the Rackmount Kit MR0274A Determine Base Zero...
Figure 1-2 Rack Bracket Location on the Rails Front Rack Rail Rear Rack Rail Locating Tab (in front) U-nut on Mounting Bracket Locating Tab (in front) Locating Tab (in front) Screw attachment point (in front) Locating Tab (in front) U-nut on Mounting Bracket Screw attachment point (in front) Left-side Rack Bracket Base 0...
Install the Rack Rail Brackets Figure 1-2 shows the correct positioning of the AlphaServer DS15 on the rack rails. To install the rack brackets, refer to Figure 1-3 and follow these steps. 1. Insert the longer rear tabs into the corresponding openings on the rear rack rail and push the bracket slightly toward the rear of the rack .
Attach the Rackmount Ears 1. Align the three vertical holes located on the front edge of the system with the three holes on the rackmount ears (see Figure 1-4). 2. Using a Phillips screwdriver, screw the ears onto the system. Do not apply excessive force.
Insert and Secure the AlphaServer DS15 1. Using both hands, place the AlphaServer DS15 onto the rails and push it back into the cabinet (see Figure 1-5). 2. Push the AlphaServer DS15 back into the rack. 3. Secure the AlphaServer DS15 into the cabinet by fastening the right and left front rackmount ears.
Check Power and Secure Cables 1. Remove the thumbscrew (see Figure 1-6). 2. Attach the power cord bracket with attached screw , turning it clockwise, but not tight. 3. Route the power cord over the back of the rail, into the cabinet side area. 4.