Installing the HP NetServer in the HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U
Reduced Air Flow - As you mount equipment in the rack, make sure that
you allow enough air flow for safe operation of the equipment. Observe the
minimum clearance dimensions listed in Appendix A, "Specifications."
Circuit Overloading - Make sure that the total configuration of equipment
in the rack does not overload the supply circuit. To this end, check the
nameplate ratings on all equipment. Consider the effect of circuit
overloading on overcurrent protection and supply wiring.
Reliable Earth Grounding - Maintain reliable earth grounding of
rack-mounted equipment. Give particular attention to supply connections
that are not direct connections to the branch circuit: for example, the use of
HP Rack System/E and /U Characteristics
The illustration below shows the characteristics of the HP Rack System /E and /U
Figure 8-3. HP System/E and System/U Rack Characteristics
System/E and /U racks
a. 5-Cornered Columns
b. Full Panel Vent
c. "HP Rack System/E" or
"HP Rack System/U"
d. Numbered EIA Units
e. Anti-tip Foot extends
in front or back