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Cisco C880 M4 Server
Hardware Installation Manual
October, 2014

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  • Page 1 Cisco C880 M4 Server Hardware Installation Manual October, 2014...
  • Page 2 MANUAL, EVEN IF CISCO OR ITS SUPPLIERS HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. Cisco and the Cisco logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cisco and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. To view a list of Cisco trademarks, go to this URL: www.cisco.com/go/trademarks.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Connection of signal cable ................................8 2.1.1 Details of external interface connection ........................... 8 Power cable connection ................................11 2.2.1 Power Cables Connections (Cisco C880 Server) ........................ 11 Connection Specifications of Input Power ..........................14 2.3.1 Input Power Connection Specifications (Base Cabinet) ...................... 14 2.3.2 Power Distribution Box and Distribution Panel ........................
  • Page 4: Chapter 1 Installation Data

    External Overview of Device This section describes the external overview of device. 1.2.1 External Overview of Device (Main equipment) External Overview of device (Front view, Rear view, Top view, Right side view) of Cisco C880 Server is shown below. Cisco C880 Server...
  • Page 5 FIGURE 1.2 Cisco C880 Server rear view FIGURE 1.3 Cisco C880 Server top view FIGURE 1.4 Cisco C880 Server right side view...
  • Page 6: Installation Specifications

    Installation Specifications This section explains installation specification of each model. 1.3.1 Installation Specifications (Cisco C880 Server) TABLE 1.2 Installation Specifications (Cisco C880 Server) Items Contents Dimensions Width 445(17.52) [mm (in.)] Depth (*1) 782(30.79) Length 438(17.25) 10U Mass [kg (lb)] (*2)
  • Page 7 *3: There are cases when device is overloaded or when abnormality is detected, FAN rotates at high-speed even if recommended environmental temperature is used. *4: Protect from condensation. *5: Temperature condition changes according to the installation location above sea level. For 0 to 1000 m (0 to 3281 ft) above sea level, temperature range at the time of installation: 5 to 35°C (41 to 95°F) For 1000 to 1500 m (3281 to 4921 ft) above sea level, temperature range at the time of installation: 5 to...
  • Page 8: Installation Area

    Installation Area Here, the installation area and the service area when the Cisco C880 Server is installed on 19-inch rack are explained. The installation area and the service area differ according to the installed 19-inch rack. For details on the 19-inch racks, contact the distributor where you purchased your product, or your sales representative.
  • Page 9: Flow Of Cooling Air And Exhaust Air (main Cabinet)

    1.5.1 Flow of Cooling Air and Exhaust Air (Main Cabinet) FIGURE 1.6 Flow of Cooling Air and Exhaust Air (Main Cabinet) Number Description Inspiration Exhaust Location of exhaust...
  • Page 10: Installation Environment

    Installation Environment This section describes the installation environment of the base cabinet. 1.6.1 Dust Suspended Particles Suspended particles in a computer room should not exceed 0.15mg/m . A computer is designed in such a way that it withstands the suspended particles. This value is permissible in an ordinary office. However, this value can be maintained in the ordinary computer room if there is less outdoor air infiltration having suspended particles like dust and if there is no smoke of cigarettes.
  • Page 11: Chapter 2 Connected Information

    This section describes the notes for connection of signal cable, cable list and cable procure. 2.1.1 Details of external interface connection Mounting position of external interface connecting part of Cisco C880 Server is shown in the section below. When calculating the length of the connection cable, you should take account into the mounting position.
  • Page 12 FIGURE 2.2 External interface connection figure of (Back surface) Details of external interface (MMB) FIGURE 2.3 Details of external interface (MMB) Details of external interface (IOU_1GbE/IOU_10GbE) FIGURE 2.4 Details of external interface (IOU_1GbE) FIGURE 2.5 Details of external interface (IOU_10GbE)
  • Page 13 Details of external interface (DU) FIGURE 2.6 Details of external interface (DU)
  • Page 14: Power Cable Connection

    Power cable connection Input power system of Cisco C880 Server is described in this section. 2.2.1 Power Cables Connections (Cisco C880 Server) This section shows the figure of input power of Cisco C880 Server. Standard Configuration of 200 V (Single power feed and no Redundant Power Feed)
  • Page 15 200 V Redundant Power Feed Configuration (single power feed, redundant power feed) with Power Distribution Box Connection It is necessary to arrange four PSUs, two FANUs, four Power cables (200 V IEC60320 C20) and two power distribution boxes (200 V IEC60320 C19×3type) for 200 V Redundant Power Feed configuration (with single power feed, redundant power feed).
  • Page 16 200 V Dual Power Feed Configuration with Power Distribution Box Connection It is necessary to arrange six PSUs, six power cables (200 V IEC60320 C20) and four power distribution boxes (200 V IEC60320 C19×3type) for 200 V dual power feed configuration. When the power distribution box is used, it is necessary to secure the breaker characteristic of distribution panel.
  • Page 17: Connection Specifications Of Input Power

    Connection Specifications of Input Power This section describes the connection specifications of Input power of the base cabinet of Cisco C880 Server. 2.3.1 Input Power Connection Specifications (Base Cabinet) Following table shows the input power connection specifications of the main unit.
  • Page 18: Free Access Underfloor Connection Of Power Cable

    Free Access Underfloor Connection of Power Cable If the height of underfloor is less than 300mm (11.8 in.), the power distribution is set to sideways. FIGURE 2.10 When Underfloor Height is less than 300mm (11.8 in) Number Description Free access floor Less than 300mm (11.8 in) Recipient power distribution The connector format and cable bend radius of power cable are considered at the time of connecting the...
  • Page 19 It is necessary to use Distribution panel Breaker suitable to these conditions. TABLE 2.3 Characteristic Condition of Distribution Panel Breaker Breaker capacity of Distribution panel Breaker Power input Device Name For Japan/general For Europe overseas/North America AC200 - 240 V Power distribution box Cutoff characteristic is Long-time delay type and the cutoff characteristic equivalent to D (IEC898or IN0641 part II) shown in...
  • Page 20: Appendix A Racks

    APPENDIX A Racks This appendix provides various information on the mounting racks for the Cisco C880 Server. Remarks Equipment is not lifted by the handle attached to the main part equipment right-and-left side. Please remove the steering wheel by minus driver before installing the device in the rack. installing to the...
  • Page 21: Rack Mounting

    When mounting the Cisco C880 Server products in a rack manufactured by another company, customers need to confirm on their own responsibility that the rack meets the Cisco C880 Server product specifications and requirements.
  • Page 22 Rear post Rear cover Width of rack FIGURE A.2 Width of rack Number Description Front cover Front post Rear post Rear cover Bracket installation area Width of Bracket installation Width of chassis of Cisco C880 Server Chassis of Cisco C880 Server...
  • Page 23 Format of rack posts FIGURE A.3 Format of rack posts Other conditions Besides structural conditions, the following conditions must also be considered. Cooling of devices mounted in the rack “1.3 Install the rack such that the temperature inside the rack satisfies the temperature conditions in Installation Specifications”.

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