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Introduction
This installation guide describes the features of the IDUR housing and tells
you how to install the basic system components such as disk drives, system
board, or expansion boards.
installation procedures.
If you receive a complete system, the basic
components are already installed.
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Positioning the System Housing
2.1
Standalone System
For a standalone system, rotate the legs outward to stabilize the housing.
IDUN Housing
Descriptive illustrations accompany the
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  • Page 1 Introduction This installation guide describes the features of the IDUR housing and tells you how to install the basic system components such as disk drives, system board, or expansion boards. Descriptive illustrations accompany the installation procedures. If you receive a complete system, the basic components are already installed.
  • Page 2 Against a Wall Figure A Figure B Fans Fans 5~10 cm Fans Facing a Wall When standing the housing with the fans facing a wall, leave a space of 5~10 cm from the wall to allow air circulation, then position the legs as in Figure A.
  • Page 3 Transporting the System The housing has a handle on top and two wheels behind the feet to facilitate moving to short distances. Rotate the feet inward before moving the housing. When transporting the housing, pull out the handle, at the same time lifting the unit front a few inches from the floor.
  • Page 4: Front Panel

    Features Front Panel Power LED 5.25-inch Drive Bay Hard Disk Drive LED Keylock SCSI Hard Disk Drive Trays Power Switch 3.5-inch Drive Installation Guide...
  • Page 5: Rear Panel

    Rear Panel Power Supply Bays Power Socket 1 Power Socket 2 Keyboard Port Video Port RJ-45 Connector USB Connector SCSI Expansion Slot IDUN Housing Mouse Port Parallel Port Expansion Slots...
  • Page 6: Internal Structure

    Internal Structure The following figure shows the housing internal structure and some of the basic system components. Power Supply Metal Plate (covering two redundant power supply modules) CPU Board Expansion Slot Brackets System Board Backplane Board SCSI Drive Trays 3.5-inch and 5.25-inch Drive Bays Installation Guide...
  • Page 7: Opening The Housing Panels

    Opening the Housing Panels Upper Front Panel Hold the left edge of the upper front panel to open it and gain access to the diskette drive bays. The housing keys are inside the front panel. IDUN Housing...
  • Page 8 Lower Front Panel Unlock the housing with the key. Pull the lower panel to access the drive trays. You cannot remove the key after you have unlocked the housing. You can remove it only when you lock the housing again. Installation Guide...
  • Page 9: Left Panel

    Left Panel Pull on the key to swing the left panel open. If necessary, you may use a screwdriver to pry open the panel. IDUN Housing...
  • Page 10: Installing Disk Drives

    Installing Disk Drives Turn off the power switch and unplug the power cord before installing or removing diskette drives. 3.5-inch Drive Open the lower front panel. Remove the upper panel including its frame by pressing the latch underside and pulling the panel out. Installation Guide...
  • Page 11 Remove the screw attaching the 3.5-inch drive frame to the housing. Secure a 3.5-inch drive on the frame with four screws. Insert the drive into the drive bay and secure it with a screw. Connect the diskette drive cables. IDUN Housing...
  • Page 12: Inch Drive

    5.25-inch Drive You may install a CD-ROM, digital audio tape (DAT), hard disk, diskette drive or any other 5.25-inch device into the drive bay. Open the lower front panel. Remove the upper panel including its frame by pressing the latch underside and pulling the panel out.
  • Page 13: Hard Disk

    Hard Disk Pull out a drive tray. Place a hard disk on the tray and secure it with four screws. IDUN Housing...
  • Page 14 Insert the tray back into the housing. Make sure to push back the drive tray handle in place before pushing the tray in completely. The tray does not fit in if the handle is not in place. Connect the hard disk cables. If you installed a SCSI backplane board into the housing, see the backplane board manual for hard disk installation instructions.
  • Page 15: Power Supply Modules

    Upgrading to Two Redundant Power Supply Modules Follow the instructions in this section when you want to upgrade to two 420W redundant power supply modules. To reduce the risk of electric shock, make sure to disconnect all power supply cables from the wall socket before opening the system housing.
  • Page 16 When finished disconnecting all the cables attached to the inner side of the right door, open and remove the right door. Be careful when opening and removing the right door to avoid damaging the power sharing board attached to its inner side. Remove the screws that secure the power supply holding plate.
  • Page 17 Slide the holding plate to the right for about an inch. Pull out the lower part of the holding plate and unhook the upper part from the housing roof. You may need to pull the plate downward to remove it easier. IDUN Housing...
  • Page 18 Remove the screws that secure the metal cover of the upper power supply bay to the rear panel. 10. Remove the screws that secure the power supply module. process, make sure to support the module with your hand. In the Installation Guide...
  • Page 19 Installing the Power Supply Modules After you have removed all the screws that secure the existing power supply module to the lower bay, carefully move the module to the upper power supply bay. When in place, secure the first power supply with screws. Get the second redundant power supply ready.
  • Page 20 Connect all the power supply cables to the connectors on the power sharing board. Make sure to connect the connectors of power supply 1 to the three upper connectors on the power sharing board. Connect the connectors of power supply 2 to the three lower connectors on the power sharing board.
  • Page 21 12. Reconnect the disk drives power connectors. 13. Reinstall the holding plate by inserting the upper part to the rail on the inner side of the housing roof, then fitting in the lower part. 14. Slide the holding plate to the left until it fits completely and the screw holes match.
  • Page 22: Installing A System Board

    Installing a System Board The housing accommodates various system board sizes. You can rearrange the pegs on the system board plate to fit the board that you wish to install. If you have not done so, open the housing following the steps in section 4.
  • Page 23: Installing An Expansion Board

    Installing an Expansion Board Remove an expansion slot bracket cover. Save the screw to secure the expansion board. IDUN Housing...
  • Page 24 Align an expansion board with the open slot and insert the golden fingers into the expansion bus connector. Secure the board with a screw. Installation Guide...
  • Page 25 Installing a CPU Board If your system board does not include a CPU socket, follow these steps to install a CPU board. Locate the CPU board connector in the system board. Insert the board into the connector. Make sure that the board is properly seated in the connector.
  • Page 26 Align the plastic support bar with the board edge. Insert the right end of the plastic bar to the hole on the side of the backplane board and the left end to the hole on the rear panel. Left End Right End Installation Guide...
  • Page 27 Insert the left end of the metal support bar tabs to the holes on the rear panel and align the right end to the screw holes on the side of the backplane board. Secure the metal bar with two screws. IDUN Housing...
  • Page 28 Connecting External Devices 11.1 Connecting a Monitor Installation Guide...
  • Page 29 11.2 Connecting a Keyboard IDUN Housing...
  • Page 30 11.3 Connecting a Mouse Installation Guide...
  • Page 31 11.4 Connecting a Printer IDUN Housing...
  • Page 32 Complete System Connections Installation Guide...

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