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QuickSpecs
System Technical Specifications
Green User Touch Points
Color-coordinated Cables
and Connectors
Memory
System Board
Dual Color Power and HD
LED on Front of Computer
Configuration Record SW Yes
Over-Temp Warning on
Screen
Restore CD/DVD Set
Dual Function Front
Power Switch
Padlock Support
Cable Lock Support
Universal Chassis Clamp
Lock Support
Solenoid Lock and Hood
Sensor
Rear Port Control Cover
Serial, Parallel, USB,
Audio, Network,
Enable/Disable Port
Control
Removable Media
Write/Boot Control
Power-On Password
Setup Password
3.3V Aux Power LED on
System PCA
NIC LEDs (integrated)
(Green & Amber)
CPUs and Heatsinks
Power Supply Diagnostic
LED
Front Power Button
Yes, on tool-free internal chassis mechanisms
Yes
Tool-less
Screw-In
Yes
Yes
Restores the system to the factory shipped operating system. Included with the system and available
from HP Support
Yes, causes a fail-safe power off when held for 4 seconds
Yes (optional): Locks side cover and secures chassis from theft
0.22-in diameter padlock loop at rear of system
Yes, Kensington Cable Lock (optional): Locks side cover and secures chassis from theft
3 mm x 7 mm slot at rear of system
Yes (optional): Locks side cover and locks cables to chassis. Secures chassis from theft and allows multiple
units to be chained together when used with optional cable
Threaded feature at rear of system
Yes (optional)
The Solenoid Hood Lock eliminates the need for a physical key by making the chassis lockable through
software and a password. You can also lock and unlock the chassis remotely over the network. The Sensor
Kit detects when the access panel has been removed.
Yes, locks rear IO cables to prevent cable theft
Yes, enables or disables serial, USB, audio, and network ports
Yes, prevents ability to boot from removable media on supported devices (and can disable writes to
media)
Yes, prevents an unauthorized person from booting up the workstation
Yes, prevents an unauthorized person from changing the workstation configuration
Yes
Yes
A T-15 Torx or flat blade screwdriver is needed to remove the CPU heatsink before the CPU can be
removed. CPU removal is tool-less
Yes
Yes, ACPI multi-function
DA - 14286 North America — Version 20 — November 21, 2013
HP Z220 CMT Workstation
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