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Introduction; Section 1: Cabling A Dell™ Poweredge™ R715 With A Cable Management Arm (cma); Connecting The Cma Cables To The System; Figure 1: System With Cables Installed - Dell PowerEdge 2410 Manual

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Cable Routing Procedures for Dell™ PowerEdge™ R715 Systems

Introduction

This white paper covers recommended cable routing procedures for Dell™ PowerEdge™ R715
systems in the following racks:
PowerEdge™ 4820/4220/2420
PowerEdge™ 4210/2410
If you are using the optional CMA, following these procedures will allow you to extend the system
from the rack for service without powering down or disconnecting the cables. If you are not using the
CMA, following these procedures will ensure secure attachment and strain relief of the cables behind
the system. For guidelines on how to route cables within the rack, refer to the Dell
Guide for Rack Enclosure
Section 1: Cabling a Dell™ PowerEdge™ R715 With a Cable Management
Arm (CMA)
This section details how to cable a PowerEdge™ R715 system using a CMA. If you are cabling the
system without the optional CMA, refer to Section 2.
Follow the instructions contained in the
the rack. Once installed, use these instructions to install the cables. All illustrations in the following
sections were created using a PowerEdge™ R715 system.
NOTE: PowerEdge™ R715 systems are not compatible with previous generation rails and CMAs.

1.1 Connecting the CMA Cables to the System

Attach the CMA tray to the back of the rails as described in the
in the CMA kit. Connect all applicable cables to the rear of the system and verify that all connections
are secure. See Figure 1.

Figure 1: System with Cables Installed

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Rack Installation Guide
Best Practices
in the rail kit to install the server into
CMA Installation Instructions
provided
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