Contents Introduction ........................... 1 Symbols and Conventions..................... 1 Safety Notices ........................2 Safety Notices for Users Outside of the U.S.A. and Canada........3 If You Need Help ........................3 Selecting a Site........................3 Unpacking the Server ......................4 Unpacking Procedure ....................5 Installing the Side Stabilizer Kit.................
Introduction These installation procedures provide information for unpacking and installing the Express5800/1080Xd Server. Read these procedures in their entirety before performing the installation to become familiar with the components and the sequence of steps you will perform. Symbols and Conventions This guide uses the following text conventions and graphics symbols.
Safety Notices WARNING To avoid a risk of injuries, installation should be performed by trained technical personnel. It takes at least two people to unpack your server and two people to maneuver the server, after unpacking. Your server is equipped with a front stabilizer. Engage the front stabilizer during installation.
Underwriter Laboratories (UL); in the U.K., by the Institution of Electrical Engineers, (IEE) and in Canada by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA). If You Need Help Contact NEC Technical Support at 1-866-269-1239 Selecting a Site The server operates reliably in a computer room environment.
Clean, dust-free, and well ventilated. Front and rear and top ventilating openings kept free of obstructions. Away from sources of heat, vibration or physical shock. Isolated from strong electromagnetic fields and electrical noise produced by electrical devices (such as air conditioners, large fans, large electric motors, radio and TV transmitters, and high-frequency security devices).
Figure 1 shows the Model 1080Xd shipping containers. The server is contained in the larger of the two containers. The smaller container includes the following contents: Server Stabilizer Kit Accessory Box Figure 1. Shipping Containers Unpacking Procedure Note: It is recommended that you save the shipping container, should the server require transport to another location at a later date.
2. Plastic straps secure the shipping box around the server. Carefully cut and remove the plastic straps securing the sides and top of the shipping container. See Figure 2A. It is recommended that you wear gloves and protective eye wear when cutting the plastic straps. Plastic Straps Figure 2.
Shipping Cover Velcro Straps Shipping Container Figure 3. Removing the Cardboard Covers WARNING Plastic belts securing the packaging may cause injury if the belts snap loose when cut. Use caution when performing the first step of this procedure, protecting the hands and face. 6.
8. Cut and remove the plastic stretch film that is wrapped around the server. See Figure 4C. 9. Remove the unloading ramp and set it aside. See Figure 5A. 10. A metal ramp plate is attached to the unloading ramp. Release the Velcro strips and remove the ramp plate from the unloading ramp.
Styrofoam Stoppers Lower Plastic Sheathing Figure 6. Removing the Cardboard Covers 13. Place the unloading ramp in front of the rear of the server and secure the ramp to the pallet using the ramp plate removed in Step 10. See Figure 7. Figure 7.
WARNING The server weighs approximately 440.0 pounds (199.6kg). If the server contains numerous components, it will weigh more. To avoid personal injury, make sure you have someone help you unpack and move the server. ! CAUTION Exerting excessive pressure on the server cabinet doors may damage them.
18. Once the server is located in its designated position, using an adjustable wrench, lower the leveling pads to secure the server in place. See Figure 9A. Leveling Pad Figure 9. Lowering the Leveling Pads 20. At the front of the system, remove the single screw securing the front stabilizer and pull the stabilizer out from the cabinet as shown in Figure 10.
Installing the Side Stabilizer Kit Note : The Side Stabilizer Kit is included in the Accessory box. 1. Position a stabilizer bracket on each side of the cabinet. 2. Secure each stabilizer bracket to the cabinet with three M4 screws provided. See Figure 11.
Ground Cable Screw Rear Door Tie-Wraps Rear Door Mounting Pin Figure 12. Removing the Rear Door 4. Open the 3 tie-wraps securing the AC cables to the server. See Figure 12C. 5. Remove 6 screws securing the server to the cabinet. See Figure 13A. Server Screws Front Handle Figure 13.
6. Using the front handle, slide the server out of the rack. See Figure 13B. Remove the two screws securing the panel on the right side of the server and remove the panel. See Figure 14A. Panel screws Figure 14. Removing the Panel Screws 7.
Service Processor Board LAN Cable Figure 16. Connecting the LAN Cable 8. Slide the server partway back into the cabinet, leaving enough to provide access to the AC connection box located at the bottom right corner of the server. See Figure 17. 9.
10. Route the AC cable (customer supplied) under the server and connect it to the terminals in the AC connection box. See Figures 18 and 19. Figure 18. Routing the AC Cable to the AC Junction Box Green wire to TB2 (green screw head) Black wire to TB1-1 White wire to TB1-2 Figure 19.
AC Cables Figure 20. Positioning the Cables Away From the Slide Rails 12. Slide the server all the way into the rack and secure it with the six screws removed in Step 4. See Figure 13A. 13. Route the AC cables over the three tie-wraps and secure the tie-wraps. See Figure 21A.