The pedestal HP NetServer LH 3000 cannot be rack installed
without a conversion kit. Contact your HP reseller for
information about the HP NetServer LH 3000 to LH 3000r
Rack-mounting Guidelines and Precautions
Observe the following guidelines and safety precautions during the rack-mount
Extend the rack's anti-tip foot prior to any work on the rack to prevent rack
tip-over, equipment damage, and injury.
Lower the leveler feet at the four corners of the rack to
improve stability and prevent the rack from rolling away as
devices are inserted into their rack mounts. Failure to use the
anti-tip foot and leveler feet could result in serious injury.
Uneven mechanical loading within the rack can cause hazardous
conditions. Plan the placement of equipment in the rack to make sure that
this problem does not occur.
Install components from the bottom up.
Place the heaviest components on the bottom of the rack.
If other rack components are to be mounted in the rack below
the HP NetServer, install those components before starting to
mount the NetServer.
Use HP Rack Assistant to plan the rack configuration and to check
power, weight, and stability of the configured rack. Download HP
Rack Assistant from:
Install components such as DIMMs and processors into the system board
assembly before rack-mounting the NetServer.
Remove power supplies and hard drives before lifting the NetServer.
Alternative Rack Mounting