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User Manual - English
PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch Rack
Rack System for PRIMERGY, PRIMEQUEST, BS2000, STORAGE
March 2014

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    User Manual - English PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch Rack Rack System for PRIMERGY, PRIMEQUEST, BS2000, STORAGE March 2014...

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    – The contents of this manual may be revised without prior notice. – Fujitsu assumes no liability for damages to third party copyrights or other rights arising from the use of any information in this manual. – No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form without the prior written permission of Fujitsu.

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    (hereafter, "high safety use"). Customers should not use this product for high safety use unless measures are in place for ensuring the level of safety demanded of such use. Please consult the sales staff of Fujitsu if intending to use this product for high safety use.

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    Technology controlled by the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Control Law of Japan Documents produced by FUJITSU may contain technology controlled by the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Control Law of Japan. Documents which contain such technology should not be exported from Japan or transferred to non-residents of Japan without first obtaining authorization in accordance with the above law.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    ......27 Setting up the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack ..27 Installing the tilting protection .

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    Contents Support Systems ......36 Mounting in the front 19-inch area ....36 5.2.1 Mounting support brackets .

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    Contents 7.3.7 Socket strip extension 3 safety plugs and assembly ..102 7.3.8 Single-phase 4+1-way socket strip and assembly ..106 Connecting to the potential compensating system ..110 Power Supply via UPS .

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    Contents...

  • Page 9: Preface

    This makes it ideally suited for data centers, where minimal space requirements for the rack are an issue. Figure 1: Different variants of the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack Constant changes in infrastructure requirements as well as increasing cost pressures on companies call for flexible and expandable solutions.

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    As a special feature the symmetrical version also has up to 4 vertical slots of 1 height unit for the installation of additional devices, e.g. switches. Asymmetrical PRIMECENTER M1 racks are equipped with up to 6 vertical slots to the left of the 19-inch area. Proven Fujitsu cable management with its arrangement on the side enables optimal ventilation with high heat throughput even in fully equipped and cabled racks with a low rack depth of 1050 mm.

  • Page 11: Features

    Preface Features The new PRIMECENTER M1 rack family offers in an attractive new design a large selection of rack heights and widths for the various requirements in data centers or IT rooms. The optimized cable management patented by Fujitsu Technology Solutions is a major highlight in the asymmetrical PRIMECENTER M1 rack system.

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    ® configured using the rack configuration tool SystemArchitect with a cabling assistant for automatic console and power cabling as well as power value calculation (Power-Calculator). PRIMECENTER M1 Racks meet national and international standards: – EIA-310-D – DIN 41494 – IEC 60297...

  • Page 13: Target Group

    Where to find which information On the customer documentation CD, which is part of the rack delivery, you will find the "PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch Rack User Manual" in pdf format.In addition, the delivery package comprises a printed version of the Safety Notes.

  • Page 14: Structure Of The Manual

    Table 1: Overview of the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch Rack documentation Structure of the manual This manual describes how to set up the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack, how to install accessories and how to route the cables. The installation of the current components, such as servers and storage expansion units, for example, is described in the respective manuals for these devices.

  • Page 15: Notational Conventions

    Preface Notational Conventions bold type Used for emphasis in the body of the text “quotation marks” Used for references to other chapters, sections or manuals Identifies an action that you need to take Ê Alerts you to important information, notes and tips CAUTION! Warning sign indicating that your health, the correct functioning of your system or the security of your data...

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    Preface...

  • Page 17: Important Information

    ● Always ensure that the anti-tilt plate is mounted when you set up the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack and teleskopic rails are used (risk of tipping over). When connecting or disconnecting cables, refer to the relevant notes ●...

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    ● the rack at a time, otherwise the rack may tip over. This is illustrated by the following pictograms: Before mounting a server in the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack, ● remove all heavy and easily removable server components such as hot-plug disks and power supply modules since this makes the server lighter and easier to mount.

  • Page 19: Notes On Mounting The Rack Components

    Important Information CAUTION! The AC main power connection for the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack must be installed by an authorized electrician approved by the local utility company. Notes on mounting the rack components Before you start mounting components in the rack, please identify the positions of the individual components in the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack according to the configuration generated using the "SystemArchitect"...

  • Page 20: Environmental Protection

    Environmental Protection Environmentally Friendly Product Design and Development This product has been designed in accordance with the Fujitsu standard for "environmentally friendly product design and development". This means that key factors such as durability, selection and labeling of materials, emissions, packaging, ease of dismantling and recycling have been taken into account.

  • Page 21: Overview

    Expansion concept The PRIMECENTER M1 racks are available in the gradations 16, 24 and 42 height units with a rack depth of 1050 mm and can be placed horizontally in a row. The side panels remain on the rack to permit uniform ventilation, and internal cabling of the cabinets with each other is ensured.

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    Overview Rack system with horizontal ventilation The PRIMECENTER M1 rack is ventilated from the front to the rear. A fully configured rack in normal air-conditioned rooms can be operated at temperatures up to 35°C. The volume of air required to cool the rack modules is supplied via the integral horizontal ventilation system.

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    (as of SystemArchitect V 6.6) when the weight exceeds 250 kg. Enterprise ServerView Suite The Fujitsu Technology Solutions administration tool "Enterprise ServerView Suite" is also used to display the position of the server or disk node in the rack.

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    If rack devices with telescopic rails are used, it is necessary for security reasons to ensure that racks are protected against tilting by means of suitable anti-tilt protection. Optional available for Fujitsu Racks is an anti-tilt protection that can be pulled out in case of service.

  • Page 25: Preparations

    Preparations This chapter describes the preparations for installation and all the tasks involved in setting up and operating the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack. The service areas Cable outlet dimensions for the raised floor can be found on page Figure 2: Service areas for 700 mm racks...

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    Preparations Figure 3: Service areas for 600 mm racks The figures above show the specific service areas for 700 mm (see figure 2 on page 25) and 600 mm (see figure 3) racks.

  • Page 27: Unpacking The Delivery Unit

    Unpacking and checking the delivery unit Unpacking the delivery unit For a description to unpack the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack please refer to the info-sheet delivered with the rack. Rolling off the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack from the transport palette...

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    Setting up the PRIMECENTER Rack Performing the task Figure 4: Screwing down the leveling feet Ê Screw down the four leveling feet using a 6 mm hexagon key. The leveling feet are easier to adjust if not carrying the full weight of the rack.

  • Page 29: Installing The Tilting Protection

    Setting up the PRIMECENTER Rack Figure 5: Adjusting the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack Ê Adjust the rack on all three axes (X,Y,Z) with the leveling feet. Use a spirit level to make sure the rack is exactly level! The horizontal orientation of the rack is required to ensure the pull-out functions of the components mounted to the rack.

  • Page 30: Opening The Rack Door

    Setting up the PRIMECENTER Rack Opening the rack door The door of the rack has to be opened carefully as described below: Figure 6: Opening the rack door 1. Turn the key clockwise as far as it will go (1). 2.

  • Page 31: Inserting Mounting Elements

    Inserting mounting elements Inserting mounting elements 4.6.1 Inserting Cage Nuts Introduction Cage nuts are placed into the support uprights. A special tool helps you to mount it (see figure Performing the task Figure 7: Inserting cage nuts Ê Insert the cage nut as shown in the figure with the bottom part of the cage in the appropriate mounting hole of the support upright (1).

  • Page 32: Inserting Spring Nuts

    Inserting mounting elements 4.6.2 Inserting Spring Nuts Introduction You need spring nuts for mounting socket strips for the power supply of the rack components. Performing the task Ê Mark the position of the components to be fitted on the four support uprights. In order to facilitate the positioning, assembly aids are shipped with the rack components.

  • Page 33: Preparing To Install Rack Components

    Preparing to install rack components This chapter describes how to prepare the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack to install rack components. Refer to the appropriate delivery documentation (i.e. Quick Start Guide) for information on how to mount the components themselves. The rack comes with three areas in which components can be mounted: –...

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    Preparing to install rack components Figure 9: Screen of the SystemArchitect More information can be found at the following web site: http://configurator.ts.fujitsu.com/public/public_en.html...

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    Preparing to install rack components The Height Unit (HU) The unit of measurement used in the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack is the height unit (HU). One height unit comprises a 3-hole section in the front area and mounting area (starts and ends with a narrow metal bar) and corresponds to 44.45 mm or 1 ¾...

  • Page 36: Support Systems

    Mounting in the front 19-inch area Introduction Components are mounted in the front 19-inch area of the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack using either telescopic rails or rails with L-brackets. Light weight components can also be mounted via the front panel (e.g. switches, which can be installed with screws on the front support uprights).

  • Page 37: Mounting Support Brackets

    Mounting in the front 19-inch area 5.2.1 Mounting support brackets Support brackets are required only for asymmetrical PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch racks. A support bracket is required for mounting components regardless of whether telescopic rails or sliding rails are used. Figure 11: Support brackets for 1 HU (left), 2 HU (middle) and 3 HU (right) Support brackets with a load capacity of 15 kg (1 HU), of 35 kg (2 HU), of 50 kg (3 HU) and of 200 kg (10 HU) are available.

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    Mounting in the front 19-inch area Performing the task Figure 12: Sample of mounting a 2 HU support bracket Ê Mount the support bracket as shown and screw it to the rear left support upright at the appropriate height using the delivered screws. Ê...

  • Page 39: Mounting In The Rear 19-inch Area

    Figure 13: Example of how to mount a rack component in the 19-inch area at the rear side Ê Mount the rack component using the support uprights (1). Only for asymmetrical PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch racks: An appropriate support bracket is required for mounting rack components on the left-hand side.

  • Page 40: Mounting In The Expansion Area

    Mounting in the expansion area Mounting in the expansion area 19-inch rack components can be mounted vertically in the optional expansion area to the left of the 19-inch area. The expansion area is only available in 700 mm racks. The following applies to symmetrical 700 mm racks: Only 19-inch rack components with a height of 1 HU can be mounted.

  • Page 41: Mounting Rack Components

    Mounting in the expansion area 5.4.1 Mounting Rack Components Figure 14: Mounting a rack component in the expansion area Ê Remove the cover (3) from the appropriate slot. Ê Insert the cage nuts as required for the component to be installed (1). Ê...

  • Page 42: Rack Cable Routing With External Cabling

    Cable Inlets and Outlets Rack cable routing with external cabling 5.5.1 Cable routing in the lower area Cables can be routed in the lower area: within asymmetrical racks: only on the left (frontside view) ● within symmetrical 700 mm racks: on the right and on the left (frontside view) ●...

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    Cable Inlets and Outlets Cable outlets in the bottom area of a 600 mm rack (180) PCR-M1 642S / 624S / 616S Figure 15: Cable outlets for cable routing in the bottom area Rear rack floor Cable outlet at cat door Cable outlet on top cover...

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    Cable Inlets and Outlets Cable outlets in the bottom area of a symmetrical 700 mm rack (180) (121) (121) PCR M1 742S / 724S Figure 16: Cable outlets for cable routing in the bottom area Rear rack floor Cable outlet at cat door Lateral cable channels Cable outlet on top cover...

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    Cable Inlets and Outlets Cable outlets in the bottom area of an asymmetrical 700 mm rack (180) PCR-M1 742A / 724A Figure 17: Cable outlets for cable routing in the bottom area Rear rack floor Cable outlet at cat door Lateral cable channel Cable outlet on top cover...

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    Cable Inlets and Outlets Cable outlet at the lower rear door A cable outlet ( so-called "cat door") can be found at the lower end of the right rear door (see figure below). To install the cat door proceed as follows: Figure 18: Cover for the cable outlet at the lower rear door Ê...

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    Cable Inlets and Outlets Figure 20: Cable outlet with edge protectors Ê Mount the edge protectors to the outlet (see following figure). Make sure that both edge protectors are flush with the door edge.

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    Cable Inlets and Outlets Option: Brush for the cat door A plastic brush can be mounted optionally to the opening (see following figure). Figure 21: Fastening points for the brush Ê Screw the brush with two screws onto the rear door. Take care that the brush is installed horizontal and fasten the screws with a torque value of 2.5 Nm.

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    Cable Inlets and Outlets Cable holder at the cat door Figure 22: Cable holder at the cat door Figure 23: Cable routing through the raised floor using cable holders The plugs of the socket strips have to be routed through the false floor. Otherwise the plugs have to be removed and reinstalled (the connection may only be performed by an authorized electrician).

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    Cable Inlets and Outlets Figure 24: Cables leaving the rack through the cat door Ê Lead the cables through the cat door as shown in the figure above. Route the cables with a sufficiently large bending radius in order not to limit the swing area of the door.

  • Page 51: Cable Routing Through The Top Cover

    Cable Inlets and Outlets 5.5.2 Cable routing through the top cover The 42 HU racks offer the possibility to route cables through the top cover by means of the brush panel kit. Two special outlets have been foreseen which can be opened by cutting through the micro-joints of the cover sheet.

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    Cable Inlets and Outlets Figure 26: Cutting through the micro-joints Ê Cut through the micro-joints of the top cover cable outlet.

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    Cable Inlets and Outlets Figure 27: Mounting the edge protector Ê Mount the edge protector around the top cover outlet to prevend cable damaging by sharp edges (see arrows). Figure 28: Cable outlet on top with brush panel kit Ê Mount the two brushes at both sides of the top cover outlet.

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    Cable Inlets and Outlets...

  • Page 55: Cable Management

    6.1.1 Lateral cable management The lateral cable management can only be used in asymmetrical 700 mm PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch racks. Introduction The lateral cable management for 19-inch DC-PC-racks is used for rack components that are mounted in the rack using telescopic rails.

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    Mounting the Cable Management Performing the task Figure 29: Mounting a lateral cable management for 19-inch DC-PC-racks Ê Insert the lateral cable management into the openings in the special upright (see circle) at the appropriate height as shown. Ê Fasten the lateral cable management to the rear support upright using two centering screws (see arrows).

  • Page 57: Cable Guide With Cable Clips

    6.1.2 Cable guide with cable clips The cable guide with cable clips can only be used in asymmetrical 700 mm PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch racks. Introduction You can use one or more cable guides with cable clips to store excess lengths of cable in an orderly fashion at appropriate locations in the rack.

  • Page 58: Connecting And Disconnecting Cables

    Ê Switch off all affected devices. Ê The power plugs of all affected devices must be pulled out of the sockets on the socket strip in the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack. Ê Attach all cables to the devices. Mark the cables and note what function each cable serves.

  • Page 59: Disconnecting Cables

    Ê Switch off all affected devices. Ê Pull the power plugs of all affected devices out of the sockets on the socket strip in the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack. Ê Pull all data transmission cables out of the sockets provided for the data transmission or telephone networks.

  • Page 60: Routing Cables

    Connecting and Disconnecting Cables Routing Cables This section contains several examples of how to route cables in the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack. Introduction Only internal cables are routed at the factory before delivery. All other cables must be routed during rack installation at customer site.

  • Page 61: Routing Cables In The Rack

    Connecting and Disconnecting Cables 6.3.1 Routing cables in the rack The following photo shows as a sample how to route cables in the rack: Figure 32: Sample of cable routing within a 600 mm rack The following aids are useful to route the cables within the rack: (1) Cable management arm (2) Cable ties (3) Cable arm...

  • Page 62: Routing Cables Using A Lateral Cable Management

    Connecting and Disconnecting Cables 6.3.2 Routing cables using a lateral cable management Performing the task Figure 33: Routing cables using a lateral cable management for 19-inch DC-PC-racks Ê Route the cables as shown in the figure above.n...

  • Page 63: Cable Routing And Strain Relief For The Built-in Rack Components In Asymmetrical Racks

    Cable routing and strain relief for the built-in rack components in asymmetrical racks The rack component is inserted in the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack and secured. The cables are attached to the relevant plug connectors and should be routed in the lateral cable management system with a reserve length by making...

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    Connecting and Disconnecting Cables When the rack components are extracted, the cables fixed in the lateral cable management are also pulled out. The lateral cable management stabilizes the cables at the appropriate rack component height and thus ensure a trouble-free insertion and removal (see figure 35 below and...

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    Connecting and Disconnecting Cables Figure 36: Rack top view: rack component pulled out fully...

  • Page 66: Cable Guide With Cable Clips

    Cable Guide with Cable Clips The example below shows you how to route excess lengths of cable in the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack using a cable guide with cable clips. Caution! In the case of fiber-optic cables, a minimum bending radius must be adhered to.

  • Page 67: Direct Connection

    Connecting and Disconnecting Cables 6.3.5 Direct Connection The example below shows how to connect cables directly to a rack component installed on sliding rails. Figure 38: Routing cables of a rack component with direct connection Ê Route the cables in the side area of the rack as shown in the figure above. CAUTION! The ventilation slots of the devices installed underneath must not be covered by the cables.

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    Connecting and Disconnecting Cables...

  • Page 69: Power Distribution

    Power Distribution The PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack offers various possibilities for distributing power to the integrated rack components. Therefore only a few selected proposals are described here. For more information, please refer to the web: http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com/index.php?id=5406-5605-5606 The following socket strips are currently available: Total no.

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    The power supply complies with the requirements of the EN60950 regulations. This allows a PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack to be connected with flexible 3 or 5-wire cables to a rated current of up to 16 A/32 A/50 A per phase. The respective line cross-sections should be noted.

  • Page 71: Installing Pdu Brackets

    Power Distribution Installing PDU brackets Introduction All PDUs have to be mounted using versatile mounting brackets (PDU brackets). These PDU brackets (see following figure) can be mounted in various heights on both sides of the rack’s rear side. Figure 39: Samples of the short (left side) and the long PDU bracket (right side) Required tools The following tools are required to perform this task: –...

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    Power Distribution Performing the task Figure 40: Two installed spring nuts Ê Install the spring nuts M5 into the groove of the rear pillars (see circles) as described in section "Inserting Spring Nuts" on page Figure 41: Installed PDU bracket Ê...

  • Page 73: Mounting Socket Strips Onto Pdu Kit 2 Hu / 3 Hu

    Power Distribution Mounting socket strips onto PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU Horizontal mounting is the only way to mount socket strips into a 600 mm rack. Figure 42: PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU mounted in the rack Required tools The following tools are required to perform this task: –...

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    A detailed installation instruction for different types of socket strips can be found on the web at: http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com/file/11010/pdu-3u-kit-ig-muli.pdf. Ê Install the PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU into the rack as described in the provided installation sheet (see link above).

  • Page 75: Installing The Socket Strips

    3x IEC 60320 blue 32 A 32 A IEC 60309 (1-phase) For more information, see the configurator: https://partners.ts.fujitsu.com/com/order- supply/configurators/primergy_config/Pages/Currentconfigurators.aspx Figure 44: 32 A single-phase 5-way socket strip Required tools The following tools are required to perform this task: – Torx screwdriver...

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    Power Distribution 7.3.1.1 Installation options for 700 mm wide asymmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU conditionally possible Max. 4x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 24 HU conditionally possible Max. 4x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU Table 2: Installation options for 700 mm wide asymmetrical racks Installation only possible on the left rear side (front side view).

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    Power Distribution 7.3.1.2 Installation options for 700 mm wide symmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU conditionally possible Max. 4x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 24 HU conditionally possible Max. 4x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU Table 3: Installation options for 700 mm wide symmetrical racks Installation is only possible on the rear side.

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    Power Distribution 7.3.1.3 Installation options for 600 mm wide symmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU Not possible Max. 4x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 24 HU Not possible Max. 4x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 16 HU Not possible...

  • Page 79: Single-phase 10-way Socket Strip W/o Plug

    16 A 4x IEC 60320 6x IEC 60320 none 50 A For more information, see the configurator: https://partners.ts.fujitsu.com/com/order- supply/configurators/primergy_config/Pages/Currentconfigurators.aspx Figure 48: Single-phase 10-way socket strip without plug Required tools The following tools are required to perform this task: – Torx screwdriver...

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    Power Distribution 7.3.2.1 Installation options for 700 mm wide asymmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU conditionally possible Max. 2x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 24 HU conditionally possible Max. 2x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU Table 5: Installation options for asymmetrical racks Installation only possible on the left rear side (front side view).

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    Power Distribution 7.3.2.2 Installation options for 700 mm wide symmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU Max. 2x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU conditionally possible 24 HU Max. 2x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU conditionally possible Table 6: Installation options for asymmetrical racks Installation is only possible on the rear side.

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    Power Distribution 7.3.2.3 Installation options for 600 mm wide symmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU Not possible Max. 2x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 24 HU Not possible Max. 2x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 16 HU Not possible Max.

  • Page 83: Three-phase 15-way Socket Strip

    9x IEC 60320 red 32 A 3x 32 A IEC 60309 (3-phase) For more information, see the configurator: https://partners.ts.fujitsu.com/com/order- supply/configurators/primergy_config/Pages/Currentconfigurators.aspx Figure 52: 32 A three-phase socket strip Required tools The following tools are required to perform this task: – Torx screwdriver...

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    Power Distribution 7.3.3.1 Installation options for 700 mm wide asymmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU Max. 2x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU conditionally possible 24 HU Max. 2x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU conditionally possible Table 8: Installation options for asymmetrical racks Installation only possible on the left rear side (front side view).

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    Power Distribution 7.3.3.2 Installation options for 700 mm wide symmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU Max. 2x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU conditionally possible 24 HU Max. 2x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU conditionally possible Table 9: Installation options for asymmetrical racks Installation is only possible on the rear side.

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    Power Distribution Figure 54: 32 A three-phase 15-way socket strip mounted in a 700 mm wide symmetrical rack Ê Install the socket strip with 2 screws onto the PDU brackets. Installation is possible on both sides.

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    Power Distribution 7.3.3.3 Installation options for 600 mm wide symmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU Not possible Max. 2x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 24 HU Not possible Max. 2x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 16 HU Not possible Max.

  • Page 88: Three-phase 24-way Socket Strip

    24x IEC 60320 none red 16 A 3x16 A IEC 60309 (3-phase) For more information, see the configurator: https://partners.ts.fujitsu.com/com/order- supply/configurators/primergy_config/Pages/Currentconfigurators.aspx Figure 56: Three-phase socket strip with 3x8 sockets Required tools The following tools are required to perform this task: – Torx screwdriver...

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    Power Distribution 7.3.4.1 Installation options for 700 mm wide asymmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU 2x per side Max. 2x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 24 HU 1x per side Max. 2x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU Table 11: Installation options for 700 mm wide asymmetrical racks Performing the task Ê...

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    Power Distribution 7.3.4.2 Installation options for 700 mm wide symmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU 2x per side Max. 2x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 24 HU 1x per side Max. 2x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU Table 12: Installation options for 700 mm wide asymmetrical racks Performing the task Ê...

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    Power Distribution Figure 58: 3-phase socket strip w/ 3x8 sockets mounted 2x in a 700 mm wide symmetrical rack Ê Screw the socket strip with 2 screws each onto the PDU brackets. Installation is possible on both sides.

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    Power Distribution 7.3.4.3 Installation options for 600 mm wide symmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU Not possible Max. 2x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 24 HU Not possible Max. 2x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 16 HU Not possible Max.

  • Page 93: Single-phase 8-way Socket Strip And Assembly

    32 A 32 A IEC 60309 For more information, see the configurator: https://partners.ts.fujitsu.com/com/order- supply/configurators/primergy_config/Pages/Currentconfigurators.aspx Figure 60: Single-phase 8-way socket strip with 32 A IEC 60309 plug Required tools The following tools are required to perform this task: – Torx screwdriver...

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    Power Distribution 7.3.5.1 Installation options for 700 mm wide asymmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU Max. 4x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 24 HU Max. 4x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU Table 14: Installation options for 700 mm wide asymmetrical racks Performing the task Ê...

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    Power Distribution 7.3.5.2 Installation options for 700 mm wide symmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU Max. 4x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 24 HU Max. 4x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU Table 15: Installation options for 700 mm wide asymmetrical racks Performing the task Ê...

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    Power Distribution 7.3.5.3 Installation options for 600 mm wide symmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU Not possible Max. 4x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 24 HU Not possible Max. 4x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 16 HU Not possible Max.

  • Page 97: Single-phase 10-way Socket Strip And Assembly

    16 A NEMA L 6-30 16 A 10x IEC 60320 none 16 A IEC 60320 16 A C20 for UPS units For more information, see the configurator: https://partners.ts.fujitsu.com/com/order- supply/configurators/primergy_config/Pages/Currentconfigurators.aspx Figure 64: Single-phase 10-way socket strip with IEC 60309 plug...

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    Power Distribution Figure 65: Single-phase 10-way socket strip with NEMA L6-30 plug Figure 66: Single-phase 10-way socket strip with C20 plug for UPS units...

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    Power Distribution 7.3.6.1 Installation options for 700 mm wide asymmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU 24 HU Table 17: Installation options for 700 mm wide asymmetrical racks Performing the task Ê Install the PDU brackets as described on page Figure 67: Single-phase 10-way socket strip mounted in a 700 mm wide asymmetrical rack Ê...

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    Power Distribution 7.3.6.2 Installation options for 700 mm wide symmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU 24 HU Table 18: Installation options for 700 mm wide symmetrical racks Performing the task Ê Install the PDU brackets as described on page Figure 68: Single-phase 10-way socket strip mounted in a 700 mm wide symmetrical rack Ê...

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    Power Distribution 7.3.6.3 Installation options for 600 mm wide symmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU Not possible Max. 4x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 24 HU Not possible Max. 4x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 16 HU Not possible Max.

  • Page 102: Socket Strip Extension 3 Safety Plugs And Assembly

    None Safety socket 10 A (C13) For more information, see the configurator: https://partners.ts.fujitsu.com/com/order- supply/configurators/primergy_config/Pages/Currentconfigurators.aspx Figure 70: Socket strip extension 3 safety plugs and assembly Required tools The following tools are required to perform this task: – Torx screwdriver...

  • Page 103

    Power Distribution 7.3.7.1 Installation options for 700 mm wide asymmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU Max. 4x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 24 HU Max. 4x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU Table 20: Installation options for 700 mm wide asymmetrical racks Performing the task Ê...

  • Page 104

    Power Distribution 7.3.7.2 Installation options for 700 mm wide symmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU Max. 4x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 24 HU Max. 4x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU Table 21: Installation options for 700 mm wide symmetrical racks Performing the task Ê...

  • Page 105

    Power Distribution 7.3.7.3 Installation options for 600 mm wide symmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU Not possible Max. 4x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 24 HU Not possible Max. 4x with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 16 HU Not possible Max.

  • Page 106: Single-phase 4+1-way Socket Strip And Assembly

    Max. current sockets sockets safety plug 10 A For more information, see the configurator: https://partners.ts.fujitsu.com/com/order- supply/configurators/primergy_config/Pages/Currentconfigurators.aspx Figure 74: Single-phase socket strip with 5 plugs and assembly Required tools The following tools are required to perform this task: – Torx screwdriver...

  • Page 107

    Power Distribution 7.3.8.1 Installation options for 700 mm wide asymmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU Not mountable with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 24 HU Not mountable with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU Table 23: Installation options for 700 mm wide asymmetrical racks Performing the task...

  • Page 108

    Power Distribution 7.3.8.2 Installation options for 700 mm wide symmetrical racks Rack height Installation direction Installation direction vertically horizontally 42 HU Not mountable with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU 24 HU Not mountable with PDU kit 2 HU / 3 HU Table 24: Installation options for 700 mm wide asymmetrical racks Performing the task...

  • Page 109

    Power Distribution 7.3.8.3 Installation options for 600 mm wide symmetrical racks The installation of this socket strip is not possible within this type of rack.

  • Page 110: Connecting To The Potential Compensating System

    Connecting to the potential compensating system If required by local regulations, the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack can be connected to the indoor potential-compensating system via the grounding screw located at the lower left side of the rack chassis (see photo below). This grounding only protects from external parasitic voltages and does not replace the protective conductor in the mains feeders.

  • Page 111: Power Supply Via Ups

    Online UPSs and line-interactive UPSs are available in different performance classes. Different UPS types are used preferentially by the various server lines for the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack. Please refer to the configuration information for the individual severs. The power supply can be configured freely depending on the UPSs used. The...

  • Page 112

    Power Distribution...

  • Page 113: Optional Accessories

    Optional accessories Various accessories are optionally available with the PRIMECENTER M1 19- inch rack, including: – Cable holders – Cable management systems – Console switches – Dummy panels – Earthing Kit (see page 114) – Earthquake protection kits (on request) –...

  • Page 114: Earthing Kit

    Optional accessories Earthing kit S26361-F4530-L6 Earthing kit for PCR M1 Rack The earthing kit is used to earth the sidewalls, the cover and the doors according to VDE 0100 part 540. Cabels to connect all conductive parts to the designated points are included (see figure below). Figure 78: Earthing kit as delivered...

  • Page 115: Preparing The Earthing Cable

    Optional accessories 8.1.1 Preparing the earthing cable Figure 79: Different parts of the earthing kit Spring Nut Washer Cable eye of the earthing cable Fan-shaped Washer Mounting Screw Cable Clip of the Earthing Cable 8.1.2 Configuring the earthing cable Take the mounting screw (5) and put the fan-shaped washer (4), the cable eye of the earthing cable (3) and the washer (2) on it.

  • Page 116: Installing The Earthing Kit

    Optional accessories 8.1.3 Installing the earthing kit The earthing kit has to be installed on the following parts of the rack: – at both back doors – at the front door – at the side walls – at the top cover Installing an earthing cable at the back doors The installation order is as follows: Figure 80: Earthing cable mounted at one of the back doors...

  • Page 117

    Optional accessories To remove the earthing cable from the connector you can press on the plug’s spring. Proceed in the same way to install the earthing cable at the other back door. Installing an earthing cable at the front door The installation order is as follows: Figure 81: Earthing cable connectors at the front door Ê...

  • Page 118

    Optional accessories Installing an earthing cable at the side walls Remove the side wall at the right side of the 600mm rack as well as of asymmetrical racks before assembling the earthing cables. The installation order is as follows: Figure 82: Opening the side panel lock Ê...

  • Page 119

    Optional accessories Figure 83: Location of the earth symbol Ê Identify the earth connection marked with the earth symbol on the right front profile (see figure above). Ê Install a spring nut (see description on page 32) near the earth symbol on the vertical cabinet profile.

  • Page 120

    Optional accessories Figure 84: Earthing cable connector at the side walls Ê Plug the other end of the earthing cable onto the designated connector on the sidewall (see circle in figure above). Proceed in the same way with the other side wall.

  • Page 121

    Optional accessories Installing an earthing cable at the top cover The installation order is as follows: Figure 85: Earthing cable connectors at the top cover Ê Install a spring nut (see descripton on page 32) at the designated point of the rack frame where the earthing symbol is located (1).

  • Page 122: Connection Kit

    Optional accessories Connection Kit S26361-F4530-L225 Rack Connector Kit for PCR M1 Racks The connection kit allows you to connect rack cabinets together safely and securely. It contains metal tabs (so-called rack connectors) (1), which are screwed onto the roof panels to join two rack cabinets together. 8.2.1 Preparing the connection kit Figure 86: Contents of the connector kit...

  • Page 123

    Before the racks are joined, each rack cabinet should already be set up according to the instructions and aligned at the same height (see also "Setting up the PRIMECENTER M1 19-inch rack" on page 27). Figure 87: Roof screws to be removed Ê...

  • Page 124: Installing The Connection Kit

    Optional accessories 8.2.2 Installing the connection kit Figure 88: Joining the rack cabinets Ê Take a rack connector, then place a plastic washer, followed by a metal washer on each of the holes, as shown in the figure above. Ê Insert the hex key screws through the holes from above to fix the connector in place.

  • Page 125

    Optional accessories Figure 89: Fastening the screw in the long hole Ê Now fasten the screw in the long hole (on the right in the picture above). Whilst tightening the screws the two racks may need to be pressed together by a second person. Ê...

  • Page 126

    Optional accessories...

  • Page 127: Appendix

    Appendix In this chapter you can find additional information on special tasks: – Door conversion Door conversion On the following pages you will find the description for door conversion.

  • Page 135

    Appendix...

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