Mounting the HP NetServer in an HP Rack System/E or Rack System/U
If you have the older HP Systems rack, refer to Chapter 13,
Alternative Rack Mounting. If you are mounting the server in a
non-HP rack, see the documentation in the non-HP rack
The LT 6000r requires four EIA units of space in the rack. Before mounting the
server, plan the server's location in the rack relative to other rack components.
Proper placement is vital for safety and operating efficiency. For more details, see
the HP NetServer Rack Installation Road Map and the HP NetServer Rack
Assembly and Cabling Reference Guide.
Mounting the LT 6000r in its rack may or may not be the final
step in the installation procedure. If the server is completely
configured by the vendor before delivery to the customer, then
mounting the server in the rack might be the last step. If the
vendor configures the server at the customer's site, installation
of the network operating system (NOS) and other software
might occur after the NetServer is mounted in the rack.
The LT 6000r weighs up to 100 lbs (45 kgs).
If other components will be mounted in the rack below the
LT 6000r, install those components before mounting the
Always keep the following safety and environmental issues in mind, especially if
you install the LT 6000r in a non-HP rack environment.
Maximum Recommended Ambient Temperature. The maximum
recommended ambient temperature of the room is 35 C (95 F).
Elevated Operating Ambient Temperature. The ambient operating
temperature within a closed or multi-unit rack assembly may exceed the