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HP Surestore Tape Library Model 20/700 Installation Instructions Manual

Hp cpci interface kit with lvd scsi adapter card installation instructions.
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HP CPCI Interface Kit With LVD SCSI Adapter
CAUTION: HP LSM drives are not customer installable or replaceable. Any servicing,
adjustment, maintenance or repair must be performed only by authorized HP service-
trained personnel.
Note to Customer Engineer: This installation may add new technology to the library
that older user's guides do not address. Please remind the customer that the latest user
documentation is available from the HP Customer Care website:
support.
Materials Included
Table 1. Materials List
I/I CPCI Interface
CPCI Card Cage Assembly
Cover, EM Module
#4-40 x 3/8 Screws
#6-32 x 3/8 Screws
Terminator
SCSI Cable
LVD SCSI Icon
700 LVD SCSI COMPONENT INSTALLATION
If your library contains the second drive tower, you must first remove the MPM card before
installing the low voltage differential SCSI adapter card. If this does not apply to your
library, skip the following section and begin with MPW card installation, Section B.
A. MPM Removal
1.
2. Open the right front door.
3. Remove power from the library and drives by pushing the main circuit breaker down (off).
4. Using a 3/16 hex driver, remove the customer SCSI Y cable from the MPC card and lower
(for HP Field Service Use Only)
Be sure that the operator has the library and all drives offline.
bulkhead. Discard the cable and the screwlocks that hold the connector to the lower
bulkhead (see Figure 1).
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    HP CPCI Interface Kit With LVD SCSI Adapter Card (for HP Field Service Use Only) CAUTION: HP LSM drives are not customer installable or replaceable. Any servicing, adjustment, maintenance or repair must be performed only by authorized HP service- trained personnel. Note to Customer Engineer: This installation may add new technology to the library that older user’s guides do not address.

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    Figure 1. 5. Using a Torx T-15 driver, remove the four Electronics Module (EM) cover screws on the front and the two on the side and remove the cover (retain screws). Refer to Figure 2. Figure 2. EM Cover Removal...

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    WARNING: THE CURRENT GRATING UNDER THE ELECTRONICS MODULE ALLOWS SMALL ITEMS (NUMBER 4 SCREWS) TO FALL THROUGH THE FAN ASSEMBLIES. LIKEWISE, THE GRATING ON TOP OF THE POWER SUPPLIES (IDENTICAL) WOULD ALLOW SMALL ITEMS DROPPED FROM ABOVE TO FALL THROUGH AND INTO THE DC POWER SYSTEM.

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    6. Disconnect the P/J242 and P/J243 connectors from the MPM card. Disconnect cable from bulkhead (as shown in Figure 4). Figure 4. MPM Card Components 7. Using a 3/8-in. hex driver, remove the upper and lower MPM card nuts (see Figure 5). 8.

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    B. MPW Card Installation If you used Section A to remove the MPM card, skip to Step B5. Otherwise, begin with Step 1. Open the right front door. 2. Remove power from the library and drives by pushing the main circuit breaker down (off). 3.

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    Figure 7. Grating under Electronic Module CAUTION: Possible ESD damage. FOLLOW ESD PRECAUTIONS. 5. The card and its card cage are collectively termed “Compact Peripheral Component Inter- connect” (CPCI). Open the CPCI package and remove the card from the anti-static bag. 6.

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    7. Disengage the latch. 8. Gently pull on the MPW card to release it from the MPV connector. 9. Slide the MPW card out of the card cage. 10. Place the MPW card on a static-free surface (you may use the anti-static bag). CAUTION: Possible equipment damage: PUSH THE MPV CARD STRAIGHT IN, BEING CAREFUL NOT TO DAMAGE THE CONNECTOR TO THE MPC CARD.

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    CAUTION: Possible ESD damage. FOLLOW ESD PRECAUTIONS. 13. Obtain the MPW card. The MPW card is inserted into the CPCI card cage as described in the next step. 14. Hold the card so that the card connector aligns with the MPV card connector (circuit side out, components facing the MPC card).

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    Note: The library must be at the end of the SCSI bus as shown in Figure 12. Devices can be host bus adapter, tape drives, other libraries, etc. Figure 12 depicts the actual physical location on the bus and not the SCSI ID. Figure 12.

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    Figure 14.

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    FOR 20/700 WITH 2ND DRIVE TOWER C. MPM Replacement Locate the MPM card removed in Section A. CAUTION: Possible ESD damage. Following ESD precautions, remove the MPM card assembly from the anti-static bag. 2. Turn the card slightly to the left and insert the mounting plate into the two threaded-studs. 3.

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    Figure 16. EM Drawer Screws 5. Slide the EM drawer out and remove the EM cover. Note: Some EM covers will have six screws, others will have four screws and tabs along the right side. Refer to Figures 17 and 18. Figure 17.

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    Figure 18. EM Cover Removal (Four Screws) WARNING: THE CURRENT GRATING UNDER THE ELECTRONICS MODULE ALLOWS SMALL ITEMS (NUMBER 4 SCREWS) TO FALL THROUGH THE FAN ASSEMBLIES. LIKEWISE, THE GRATING ON TOP OF THE POWER SUPPLIES (IDENTICAL) WOULD ALLOW SMALL ITEMS DROPPED FROM ABOVE TO FALL THROUGH AND INTO THE DC POWER SYSTEM.

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    6. If the EM includes an MPV vacancy plate, remove the three screws and the MPV vacancy plate (see Figure 20). Figure 20. MPV Vacancy Plate Removal CAUTION: Possible ESD damage: FOLLOW ESD PRECAUTIONS. 7. The card and its card cage are collectively termed “Compact Peripheral Component Inter- connect”...

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    9. Disengage the latch. 10. Gently pull on the MPW card to release it from the MPV connector. 11. Slide the MPW card out of the card cage. 12. Place the MPW card on a static-free surface (you may use the anti-static bag). CAUTION: Possible equipment damage: PUSH THE MPV CARD STRAIGHT IN, BEING CAREFUL NOT TO DAMAGE THE CONNECTOR TO THE MPC CARD.

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    17. Press the top and bottom slide-rail buttons, and use the handle to gently push the drawer into the frame (see Figure 24). Figure 24. Slide-Rail Button 18. Replace the 13 screws (8 on the front and 5 along the left side) securing the EM drawer to the frame assembly.

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    Note: The library must be at the end of the SCSI bus as shown in Figure 26. Devices can be host bus adapter, tape drives, other libraries, etc. Figure 26 depicts the actual physical location on the bus and not the SCSI ID.

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    31. Route the cable through the two cable clamps and close the clamps (see Figure 28). Figure 28. Cable Routing 32. Return the system to operation following the procedures in the 10/180 Service Manual. Copyright ©2001 101421 Hewlett-Packard Company/ REV C Storage Technology Corp EC 111770 Edition 11/2001...

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