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  • Page 1 System/E41 Rack System/E System/E33 User’s Manual System/E25...
  • Page 2 Notice The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. Hewlett-Packard makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Hewlett-Packard shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.
  • Page 3 Warranty HP offers a one-year warranty for Quartz Gray model A4902A, A4901A, A4900A and Graphite model A4902D, A4901D. 1. HP warrants HP hardware, accessories, and supplies against defects in materials and workmanship for the period specified above. If HP receives notice of such defects during the warranty period, HP will, at its option, either repair or replace products that prove to be defective.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1 Safety and Regulatory Information ..............1 Safety Warnings ........................1 Grounding ........................1 Leakage Current ........................ 1 Power Limitations........................ 1 Cabinet Stability ........................ 2 Accessories ........................2 2 Description ......................3 Standard Racks........................3 Physical Specifications ......................4 Accessories..........................
  • Page 5: Safety And Regulatory Information

    Chapter 1 Safety and Regulatory Information Safety and Regulatory Information For your protection, this product has been tested for conformance to various national and international regulations and standards. The scope of this regulatory testing includes electrical and mechanical safety, electromagnetic emissions, immunity, ESD, and hazardous materials. Where required, certifications are obtained from third party test agencies.
  • Page 6 Chapter 1 Safety and Regulatory Information WARNING! IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTE FOR INSTALLATION For installations using wide-voltage-range-rated switchless power distribution units (PDU part numbers E7670A, E7671A, E7674A, and E7676A) for connection to an uninterruptable power supply (UPS) or other AC source •...
  • Page 7: Description

    Chapter 2 Description Description The HP 19-inch Electronics Industries Association (EIA) racks, options, and accessories are designed specifically to meet the needs of HP computer and storage product customers and make installing devices in rack mounting systems simple. Standard Racks Your standard HP Rack System/E is a welded steel frame with a removable rear door, casters, side panels, leveling feet, and an anti-tip feet.
  • Page 8: Physical Specifications

    Chapter 2 Description Figure 2-2. Two Views of Tied racks showing Accessories Physical Specifications The physical specifications for the System/E racks are given below. Packaged Height Width Depth Weight 1.25m (E25) Rack 1.48 m (58.5 in) 1.016 m (40 in) 1.22 m (48 in) 124.5 kg (274 lbs) 1.6m (E33) Rack...
  • Page 9 Chapter 2 Description Heavy-duty Columns The rack columns are a folded design made of 12-gauge rolled steel that supports up to 2000 lbs. Running up the inside of the fold are square mounting slots for the rails, slides, and screw holes for securing the rails.
  • Page 10 Chapter 2 Description Heavy-Duty Casters Each System/E is provided with four, 7.6 cm (3 in) diameter, smooth rolling, heavy-duty urethane casters to facilitate moves over short distances. The casters are rated at 454.5 kg (1000 lbs) per caster. CAUTION A fully loaded cabinet’s maximum gross weight of 995 kg (2188 lbs) can overload a raised floor. Leveling Feet Four adjustable leveling feet come with the rack for stability and leveling.
  • Page 11: Accessories

    Chapter 2 Description Accessories To complement the functionality of your standard rack, a wide assortment of accessories is available. Accessories shown below are a quartz gray color and are also available in a graphite color (denoted by an asterisk*). These accessories allow you to complete your system with only the items you require while providing you a certified and tested solution.
  • Page 12 Chapter 2 Description Figure 2-3. PDU Attachment Schemes A maximum of six PDUs can be installed in the 1.6m and 1.96m racks. Refer to the installation instructions that come with the PDU units E7670A, E7671A, E7672A, E7674A, E7675A, and E7676A for instructions, details, warnings and safety certificate. Circuit Protector The PDU is equipped with a circuit protector for each power phase.
  • Page 13 Chapter 2 Description The following option cables are available. An updated product list is available on the World Wide Web at http://www.hp.com/racksolutions/menu_products.html or in the HP Rack System Catalog. P/N Volt/Current Connector Plug Type Length Jumper or Power cable E7742A 250V / 10AMP 2.5m Jumper...
  • Page 14 Chapter 2 Description Monitor Mount Kit An optional universal monitor rack mount kit is available. A shelf that can be mounted for a sitting, or standing operator. The shelf has channels cut from it that accommodate the securing clamps. Universal Mounting Rails Some equipment is supported by and anchored to universal rails made of cold rolled steel that weigh 2.7 kg (6 lbs) and support up to 68.2 kg (150 lbs).
  • Page 15: Installation Guidelines

    Chapter 3 Installation Guidelines Installation Guidelines The following section defines the floor loading requirements, and set up guidelines. Floor Space and Loading Observe floor loading requirements (especially raised floors) and ensure adequate space before moving your Rack System/E, and all safety items while moving. At maximum gross weight, the floor must be able to support 677-kg/ sq cm (2000 lb./sq in).
  • Page 16: Installing Rail Mounted Equipment Into The Rack

    Chapter 3 Installation Guidelines Figure 3-1. Air Flow through the System/E When the proper system is installed, internal temperature rise is typically less than 15C (27F) over ambient temperature. NOTE Hewlett-Packard recommends that the customer monitor the internal temperature of the rack.
  • Page 17: Stability

    Chapter 3 Installation Guidelines Stability For stability, the sum of the moments above the 32 U critical height must be less than the sum of the moments below the 32 U critical height. As long as the weight above critical height is less than the weight below, the moments will most likely cancel.
  • Page 18 Chapter 3 Installation Guidelines As you can see from illustration on 3.3, 1.25 m racks are “unconditionally” stable, and 1.6 m racks are very difficult to overload, as they extend only 1 U above the critical height. For 1.6 m and 1.96 m racks, add the weights of the units which have centers of gravity above 32 U, then compare the sum of the weights below 32 U.
  • Page 19 Chapter 3 Installation Guidelines 250 N 56.25 lbs @ max height = 2m Center of Gravity Figure 3-5. Moment Illustration for Slide Mounted Products Weight and Balance Worksheet: 1. Total the weight of operator serviceable slide-mounted products: A=________lbs; B=________lbs; C=_________lbs; D=_________ lbs; A + B + C + D=____________________________ 2.
  • Page 20 Chapter 3 Installation Guidelines Work Surface/Keyboard To reduce the risk of rack instability when using a work surface or keyboard mounting kit, as illustrated in Figure 3-6, use the following worksheet to determine the need for additional counterweight. If there are no work surfaces or keyboard mounting kits in the rack, this worksheet can be ignored..
  • Page 21 Chapter 3 Installation Guidelines Weight and Balance Worksheet 1. Maximum extended length of the keyboard/work surface product: D=_________ft 2. Total the weight of all fixed and trained service personnel serviceable slide-mounted products: a=________lbs; b=_________lbs; c=_________lbs; d=_________ lbs; . . . 3.
  • Page 22 Chapter 3 Installation Guidelines...
  • Page 23: Procedures

    Chapter 4 Procedures Procedures This chapter describes unpacking and repackaging your HP rack for shipment, and common procedures such as positioning racks, installing accessories, and reversing the rear door. Receiving This section contains information pertaining to unpacking, inspection, and reshipment. If the rack package is damaged upon receipt, request that the carrier’s agent be present when the protec- tive covering is removed.
  • Page 24 Chapter 4 Procedures 1. Cut the polystrap bands around the shipping container. 2. Lift the cardboard top cap from the shipping box. 3. Remove the corrugated wrap from the pallet. 4. Remove the packing materials. 5. Remove four bolts holding down the ramps, and remove the ramps. 6.
  • Page 25 Chapter 4 Procedures 7. Position the ramps. 8. Raise the leveling feet all the way up before moving the rack. 9. Move the rack down the ramp (requires two people). WARNING Make sure that the leveling feet on the rack are raised before you roll the rack down the ramp, and any time you roll the rack on the casters.
  • Page 26: Repackaging The Rack For Shipment

    Chapter 4 Procedures Repackaging the Rack for Shipment Use the original packing material to repackage the empty rack for shipment. If the packing material is not available, contact your local Hewlett-Packard Sales and Support office. Before shipment, securely place a tag on the container (and equipment) to identify the owner and the service to be performed.
  • Page 27: Installing Universal Shelf

    Chapter 4 Procedures Installation of Rack Accessories This section provides installation procedures for the HP Rack System/E accessories. Installing Universal Shelf This kit requires 1 EIA unit in your HP rack. Contents Rear Brackets Sheet Metal Nuts Plain Shelf Decorative Screws Torx 25 Screws with Lock Washers EIA location of Tools Needed: Torx 25 Driver...
  • Page 28: Installing Keyboard Shelf

    Chapter 4 Procedures Installing Keyboard Shelf This kit requires 2 EIA units in your HP rack. Contents Rear Brackets Sheet Metal Nuts Keyboard Kit Assembly Decorative Screws Torx 25 Screws with Lock Washers Spare Mouse Cable Clips EIA location of MonitorBase bottom Tools Needed: Torx 25 Driver NOTE: Extend the rack’s four leveling feet...
  • Page 29 Chapter 4 Procedures STEP 6 Install keyboard and mouse. After reading this instruction, remove this instruction label. Install keyboard and mouse. Install cable guide. Route the mouse cable through the guide. Use the spare cable clips as necessary. Installation complete. Remove label after reading instructions Cable gui d e...
  • Page 30: Installing Monitor Shelf

    Chapter 4 Procedures Installing Monitor Shelf STEP 3 Install Sheet Metal Nuts in front columns. This Monitor Rack Mount Kit accomodates most 15”- In the middle hole of the EIA unit located in Step 1, 19” HP monitors. This kit normally is installed last in a place sheet metal nuts on the front columns as rack configuration.
  • Page 31 Chapter 4 Procedures STEP 5 STEP 7 Install Decorative Screws in front column. Install Front Bezel. Align the tray as shown. Install decorative screws in Snap the Front Bezel into place as shown. Connect front into Clip Nuts installed in Step 3. monitor cabling.
  • Page 32: Installing Filler Panels

    Chapter 4 Procedures Installing Filler Panels Each Filler Panel covers 1 EIA unit. Contents Filler Panels Tools Needed: None STEP 1 Snap into place. The Filler Panels snap onto the front columns. Each Filler Panel covers 1 EIA . Position each panel in a set of EIA holes and push.
  • Page 33 Chapter 4 Procedures Installing Lifting Hooks The lifting hooks are not meant for permanent installation, as they interfere with side panels on top. Once used, they should be removed. Contents Lifting hooks STEP 1 Remove side panels. Remove the top side-panels on both sides of the rack. STEP 2 Locate bolts.
  • Page 34: Installing Spacers

    Chapter 4 Procedures Installing Spacers This instruction details the placement of colum spacers and rails into a gray-column-rack for the placement of black-column-rack rails and equipment. Not all installations use four spacers. May need Spacer if coming from this style STEP 4 Position the rails.
  • Page 35: Installing Front Door

    Chapter 4 Procedures Installing Front Door STEP 3 Install the latch catch. Contents The right front column has pre-installed threaded inserts positioned to accept latch bolts at these Front Door locations: Latch, Slam Assy Latch -Catch 1.96m 39th and 43rd from top Cable, Door Ground Assy Machine Screws Position the latch on the right column and secure with...
  • Page 36 Chapter 4 Procedures STEP 5 STEP 6 Install ground cable. Install the latch assembly. A threaded stud is positioned near the Front Door The door has openings for the latch catch. hinge pin. Attach the male connector to the stud with Remove any installed cover plate, insert the latch two nuts to the door.
  • Page 37 Chapter 4 Procedures Installing Cable Guide This instruction is for both old and new style columns. The new style is presented first. This instruction is for all rack sizes. Contents Cable Guide Screw, Plastic Fastener Screw, machine M5 Sheet Metal Nuts Tools Needed: Torx 20 Driver (for plastic fasteners) Torx 25 Driver (for machine screws)
  • Page 38 Chapter 4 Procedures Old Style Option B Use these instructions for attaching the Cable Guide to Horizontal attachment. the old style unnumbered column, shown below. Install sheet metal nuts over desired holes in both columns. Secure Cable Guide with machine screws. Attach Cable Guide to these holes Attach Cable Guide to these holes...
  • Page 39 Chapter 4 Procedures Installing Side Panels The side snap off and on. All side panels are eight EIA units in height, except the bottom panel – it is nine EIA units. Contents Side Panels (9 EIA) all kits Side Panels (8 EIA) for 1.25 m Side Panels (8 EIA) for 1.6 m Side Panels (8 EIA) for 1.96 m Tools Needed: None.
  • Page 40 Chapter 4 Procedures Reversing Rear Door STEP 4 Remove and replace hinges and latch. Tools needed: Torx 25 Driver Remove hinges and latch catch. Replace them in the NOTE: Extend the rack’s four leveling feet some positions on the opposite column. The rear before installing the door.
  • Page 41 Chapter 4 Procedures STEP 5 Reinstall the door. Turn the door upside down. Open the door to approximately 45 degrees and lower the door pins into the two hinges. STEP 6 Reconnect grounding strap. Reconnect the grounding strap between the door and the rack.
  • Page 42 Technical information in this document is subject to change without notice. © Copyright Hewlett-Packard Company 2003. All Rights Reserved. Reproductions, adaptations, or translation without prior written permission is prohibited, except as allowed under the copyright laws. Part Number: 5967-6409 (Revised 05/03)

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