HP NetServer LC 2000 Pedestal to Rack Guide HP Part Number 5969-2110 Printed November 1999...
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Contents 1 Preparing the HP NetServer for Rack-Mounting ........1 Introduction ....................1 Tools Required ..................1 Removing the HP NetServer’s Top Cover and Pedestal ......... 2 Removing the Bezel .................. 3 Removing the Top Cover................4 Removing the Pedestal................5 2 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer ...............
1 Preparing the HP NetServer for Rack-Mounting Introduction This chapter describes how to remove the top cover and the pedestal from the HP NetServer LC. WARNING Before removing the top cover, shut down the operating system and disconnect the power cords and unplug telephone cables.
Chapter 1 Preparing the HP NetServer for Rack-Mounting Removing the HP NetServer’s Top Cover and Pedestal Use this procedure to remove the bezel, top cover, and pedestal from the pedestal version of the HP NetServer LC 2000. WARNING Do not operate the HP NetServer with its covers removed. Always disconnect the power cord before removing any covers, to avoid exposure to high energy levels that may cause burns when parts are short-circuited by metal objects such as...
Chapter 1 Preparing the HP NetServer for Rack-Mounting Removing the Bezel 1. Pull the top of the bezel forward until it unsnaps. 2. Lift the entire bezel upward and away from the chassis. See Figure 1-1. The bezel connects to the front of the HP NetServer chassis with two snap-in connectors at the top front of the chassis and two metal tabs, which fit into two slots on the bottom front of the chassis.
Chapter 1 Preparing the HP NetServer for Rack-Mounting Removing the Top Cover 1. Remove the single screw that secures the top cover to the front of the NetServer. 2. Slide the top cover forward to disengage the mounting brackets. 3. Lift the top cover off (See Figure 1-2). Top Cover Screw Hole Figure 1-2.
Chapter 1 Preparing the HP NetServer for Rack-Mounting Removing the Pedestal The pedestal version of the HP NetServer LC 2000 mounts to an anti-tip pedestal, which can be easily removed, if necessary. NOTE The front bezel is shown removed, but the bezel may remain on the chassis while removing the pedestal.
2 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer Introduction This chapter explains how to mount the HP NetServer in an HP System/E or System/U rack. The illustration below shows the characteristics of the System/E and System/U racks. If you have the older HP Systems rack, see the HP NetServer LC 2000 Installation Guide for instructions.
Chapter 2 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer NOTE If you want to put your NetServer into a third-party rack not mentioned in the guide, you may be able to find relevant documentation on HP’s web site at the following URL: http://www.hp.com/netserver/support The HP NetServer rack mount kit requires five EIA units of space in the rack.
Chapter 2 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer Safety Precautions Always keep the following safety and environmental issues in mind, especially if you install the HP NetServer in a non-HP rack environment: Optimum Operating Environment – The optimum operating conditions for the HP NetServer is in an environmental controlled computer room with a temperature range of 20 to 22 C (68 to 72 F) at 40 to 60% relative humidity.
Chapter 2 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer Preparing the Rack The column adapters and rack nuts must be connected to the rack before mounting the slide mechanism. Once the slides are correctly mounted, then the HP NetServer LC 2000r can be installed into the rack. A cardboard rack mounting template comes with the HP NetServer.
Chapter 2 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer 1. Find the rack-mounting template. If your HP NetServer is still in its box, the template should be in the accessories tray that sits on top of the NetServer itself. 2. Hold the template alongside the outside face (front) of the left front rack columns.
Chapter 2 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer 5. Turn the template over and use it to mount rack nuts (at 7th and 9th holes) on the left-rear and right-rear rack columns. See Figure 2-3. Figure 2-3. Placing Rack Nuts on Rack Columns The template provides you with the nut placement locations.
Chapter 2 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer Attaching the Column Adapters and Slides 1. Pull the anti-tip foot forward out of the bottom of the rack. See Figure 2-6 for the anti-tip foot location. 2. Align the left HP column adapter to the left front column as shown in Figure 2-5.
Chapter 2 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer 6. Hold a slide in position inside the two left-hand rack columns and observing the following items. a. The mounting flange on each end of the slide must wrap around the outside face of both the front and rear columns. See Figure 2-6. b.
Chapter 2 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer 7. With the slide pushed firmly into position, insert two screws through the slide’s front bracket into the captive nuts on the left column adapter. a. Secure the screws only loosely at first, so the bracket can settle into the lowest possible position.
Chapter 2 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer Attach the Hinge Assembly and Catch Assembly Use this procedure to attach the hinge assembly and catch assembly to the LC 2000 pedestal. 1. Remove the hinge assembly and catch assembly from the packaging material.
Chapter 2 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer Attach the Mounting Handles Attach the four sheet metal mounting handles to the sides of the server. Each handle requires two Phillips head screws. See Figure 2-8. Figure 2-8. Attaching the Mounting Handles...
Chapter 2 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer Placing the HP NetServer in the Rack Use this procedure to position the HP NetServer into the extended slides and secure the chassis to the slides. Once the NetServer is in the rack, then you connect the Cable Management Arm to the rear of the NetServer.
Chapter 2 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer 3. Pull out both slides until the slide members are fully extended. See Figure 2-9. The slides click into position when locked. This locked position prevents the slides from moving back into the rack, unless the release latches are pressed as shown in Figure 2-12.
Chapter 2 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer 7. Lower the NetServer onto the slide members. See Figure 2-10. The handles will temporarily support the NetServer on the slides. 8. Adjust the NetServer’s position on the slide members to line up the mounting holes on each side (3 each) of the chassis with the screw holes in the slide members.
Chapter 2 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer 11. Take the handles off the NetServer and store the handles and screws in a convenient place. See Figure 2-11. The handles can be re-attached whenever you remove the NetServer from the rack. If moving the NetServer elsewhere, always package it with the handles attached.
Chapter 2 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer Attaching the Cable Management Arm Use this procedure to mount the Cable Management Arm on the HP NetServer LC 2000r when mounted in the HP System/E or System /U racks. The HP NetServer LC 2000r’s Cable Management Arm allows the cables, including the power cord, to move in and out with the HP NetServer chassis without any damage or being accidentally disconnected.
Chapter 2 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer Rear of HP NetServer Left Rear Rack Column Cable Management Arm Figure 2-14. Attaching the Cable Management Arm 5. Attach the other flange of the cable arm to the rear column of the rack with the two M-5 pan head T-25 Torx screws, included with the Arm.
Chapter 2 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer Attaching the Front Bezel The front bezel attaches to the HP NetServer by a hinge on the left and a catch on the right. The hinge has three spring loaded hinge pins to secure the bezel. The bezel is held in place on the right with a catch allowing the bezel to swing open when pulled from the right.
Chapter 2 Rack Mounting the HP NetServer 2. Press down on the blue Bezel Release Tab shown in Figure 2-16. Figure 2-16. Attaching the Bezel to the NetServer 3. Press the bezel onto the front of the HP NetServer and release the Blue Tab to engage the hinge pins.
Index Bezel moldings, 21 height requirement blue Bezel Release Tab, 25 5 EIA units, 11 blue Slide Release button, 21 hinge pins, 25 Cable Management Arm HP NetServer benefits, 22 rack installation, 7 Caution rack mount kit, 10 bezel damage, 3 rack mount kit column adapter parts list, 10...