2–A2. Installing the EXB-SCSI
Be sure that the AC power cable remains disconnected
until you have completed all steps of removing the
cover, installing the option board/memory, and re-
attaching the cover.
1 Make sure that cover "A" has been removed. ( "1. Prep-
arations for installation," "1–A. Removing cover "A" for
the EXB-SCSI or EXB-MOSS.")
2 Remove the EXB-SCSI from its packing pouch.
3 Note that screws and washers are attached to two corners
of the board.
4 Lightly bend the wiring harness as shown below.
5 Remove the two screws of the lid that covers the opening
for the SCSI connector, and remove the lid of the SCSI
connector opening. The two screws you removed will be
used later to fasten the EXB-SCSI in place.
The cover of the SCSI connector opening will not be
used. Be sure that it does not remain inside the TRI-
(of the SCSI connector opening)
6 Insert the SCSI connector of the EXB-SCSI through the
opening so that it extends from the rear panel of the TRI-
TON. Hold the EXB-SCSI with one hand, and use the two
screws that you removed in step 5 to fasten the connec-
tor from the outside of the rear panel.
7 Use the two screws to attach the EXB-SCSI to the corre-
sponding brackets inside the TRITON.
Before the screws are tightened, the EXB-SCSI will ﬂoat
slightly above the brackets. If at this time you apply
excessive force to the EXB-SCSI, the screws or washers
may come out.
8 Plug the cable into the connector as shown in the dia-
gram. Press the cable ﬁrmly in until it stops.
Do not touch any part of the circuit board other than
the connector in which the cable is being inserted.
Chassis to which the board is attached
Press in all the way
9 Reversing the procedure by which you removed cover
"A," re-attach the cover.
0 When all steps have been completed, turn on the power
and make sure that the EXB-SCSI has been installed cor-
rectly. ("Checking after installation")