SAFETY AND REGULATORY NOTICES
Information in the Owner's Handbook relating to connection to the AC
power supply may not apply outside the United Kingdom.
The computer uses a safety ground and must be earthed. The system unit
AC power supply cable is its 'disconnect device'. Ensure that the system unit
is positioned close to the AC power outlet, and that the plug is easily
The power supply within the FT4200 server automatically sets itself to the
appropriate voltage, there is no voltage selector switch. It is advisable to
avoid subjecting the power supply to voltages outside the ranges 100-120V
AC and 220-240V AC, (50/60 Hz).
To prevent fire and electric shock, do not expose any part of the computer to
rain or moisture.
Shut down the operation of the computer as described in the Owner's
Handbook, turn off the battery isolator switch and unplug the power supply
cable before moving the system unit, cleaning the computer or removing the
side panels. An exception to this is removing the side panels before hot-
plugging a hard disk drive.
Power cord requirements
The AC power supply cable packed with the computer complies with the
safety standards applicable in the country in which it is first sold. Use only
this power supply cable.
Do not substitute a power supply cable from any other equipment.
If you wish to use the computer in another country, you must ensure that
you use an AC power supply cable and AC plug which complies with the
safety standards of that country.
The power supply cable fittings should bear the certification mark of the agency
responsible for evaluation within the country of use. Refer to your authorised
supplier if you ever need additional or alternative power supply cables.
Typical AC plugs
Any ancillary equipment using an AC power supply cable should be earthed.
Italy, Norway, Sweden
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