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    Operating Manual System CELSIUS C620...

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    If you have any technical questions, please refer to ● our Hotline / our Service Desk (see enclosed Service Desk list or visit our website at: http://ts.fujitsu.com/support/servicedesk.html) ● your Sales Partner ● your sales office We hope you enjoy working with your new Fujitsu system!

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    Use of these by third parties for their own purposes may constitute an infringement of the holders' rights. Further information can be found at http://ts.fujitsu.com/terms_of_use.html Order No. Fujitsu Technology Solutions: A26361-K1422-Z320-1-7619, Edition 1...

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    CELSIUS C620 Operating Manual Your CELSIUS C620... Ports and controls Important notes Function overview Preparation for initial startup Rack - mounting and dismounting Connecting external devices Connecting the device to the mains voltage Switching the device on Shutting down the device...

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    Fujitsu Technology Solutions assumes no liability for infringement of third-party copyrights or other rights which occur through the use of the information contained in this manual. No part of this manual may be reproduced without the express written permission of Fujitsu Technology Solutions, Copyright ©...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Your CELSIUS C620......................... 11 Further information ..........................11 Notational conventions ........................12 Ports and controls..........................13 Front view ............................13 Rear view............................14 Important notes ..........................15 For your safety............................ 15 Radio interference ..........................15 Safety notes............................15 Transporting the device ........................

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    Installing the battery backup unit into the BBU carrier ..............90 Installing the FBU into the BBU carrier ..................91 Installing the backup unit with the BBU carrier ................93 Connecting the BBU/FBU cable to the RAID controller ..............94 Routing the BBU/FBU cable .......................95 Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    Changing the processor ......................98 Changing the front panel module ....................... 99 Removing the front panel module ....................99 Installing a new front panel module..................101 Replacing the lithium battery ....................103 Technical data..........................104 CELSIUS C620..........................104 Index ..............................105 Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    Contents Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 11: Your Celsius C620

    (e.g. *.PDF, *.HTML, *.DOC, *.CHM, *.TXT, *.HLP) Some of the manuals listed can be found in electronic form on the "Drivers & Utilities" DVD or on the Internet at http://ts.fujitsu.com/support. You can access and view the required information using the Adobe Reader program, which is also included on the DVD.

  • Page 12: Notational Conventions

    Your CELSIUS C620... Notational conventions The meanings of the symbols and fonts used in this manual are as follows: This symbol indicates information that is important for protecting your health or for preventing damage to property. Indicates instructions applied on the device, failure to observe them endangers your health or leads to physical damage.

  • Page 13: Ports And Controls

    Buttons (see "Buttons on the device") 4 non-accessible 2½ inch drives Indicators (see "Indicators on the (depending on the drive cage installed) device") USB ports 2.0 2 non-accessible 3½ inch drives (depending on the drive cage installed) Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 14: Rear View

    Ports and controls Rear view Power supply fan Serial COM port Power connection LAN ports ID indicator blue USB ports 3.0 DVI-I monitor port Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 15: Important Notes

    Do not unpack them until at the place where they are to be set Ask other people to help you carry the device. Never lift or carry the device using the ears on the front panel Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 16: Cleaning The Device

    Energy saving, disposal and recycling Further information on this subject can be found on the "Drivers & Utilities" DVD in the document "Environmental and Energy Information". Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 17: Ce Mark

    Contact the appropriate government office in the particular country for current information on possible operating restrictions. If your country is not included in the list, then please contact the appropriate supervisory authority to establish whether the use of this product is permitted in your country. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 18: Fcc Compliance Statement

    ● Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/T.V. technician for help. Fujitsu Technology Solutions GmbH is not responsible for any radio television interference caused by unauthorized modifications of this equipment or the substitution or attachment of connecting cables and equipment other than those specified by Fujitsu Technology Solutions GmbH. The correction of interference caused by such unauthorized modification, substitution or attachment will be the responsibility of the user.

  • Page 19: Function Overview

    Please refer to section "Shutting down the device" for this purpose. Accessible drives/components The following location is available: one location for a Slimline DVD drive (option) ● The accessible drives/components installed here cannot be changed while the computer is running. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 20: Irmc S3 With Integrated Management Lan Port

    Power supply of the iRMC S3 via standby supply of the system ● Comprehensive alarm management ● System Event Log (SEL) readout For further information on iRMC S3, please refer to the "iRMC S2/3 – integrated Remote Management Controller" manual. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 21: Preparation For Initial Startup

    Do not stack several devices on top of each other. Before putting it into operation, allow sufficient time for the device to acclimatise to the operating environment: Temperature difference (°C) (operating Acclimatisation time (hours) (minimum values) environment/outside) Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 22: Installation Steps

    Check the contents for any visible damage which may have occurred during transportation. ► Check that the delivery matches the details on the delivery note. ► Should you discover that the delivery does not correspond to the delivery note, notify your local sales outlet immediately. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 23: Rack - Mounting And Dismounting

    A. Specifications for the rack The Fujitsu rack systems PRIMECENTER Rack, DataCenter Rack and 19 inch standard rack (for Japan) support the installation of devices. Installation in the currently popular rack systems from various third party manufacturers (3rd party racks) is supported for the most part.

  • Page 24: Fujitsu Rack Systems

    Rack - mounting and dismounting Fujitsu rack systems PRIMECENTER Rack, DataCenter Rack and the 19 inch standard rack (for Japan) have the following main features: ● Mounting systems which can be installed without the need for tools ● Mounting systems with the facility for length adjustment, which guarantees alignment to various rack depths.

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    Rack - mounting and dismounting Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    As a basic principle, the ventilation concept stipulates that the necessary cooling will be achieved by the horizontal self-ventilation of the installed devices (air flow from the front to the back). ● Power connection: For installation in 3rd party racks, it must be ensured that appropriate power strips are present. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 27: Installing The Device In The Rack

    Place the device at a slight angle onto the rear mounting points of the telescopic rails (2). ► Lower the device (3). Make certain that all six rack fastening bolts have been correctly secured in the fastening points of the telescopic rails and that the catches engage (4). Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 28: Slide The Device Into The Rack

    In doing so, mind your fingers. They could become trapped when the locking levers move into the open position. Connect the cables ► Connect all the cables previously disconnected at the rear of the device ► Plug all the power cables into the power sockets. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 29: Pulling Out Or Removing The Device From The Rack

    Pull the device as far as possible out of the rack (2). CAUTION! Do not put anything down on the pulled-out device, nor use it as a work surface, do not lean on or against the device under any circumstances. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 30: Take The Device Out Of The Telescopic Rails

    Rack - mounting and dismounting Take the device out of the telescopic rails ► Release the latches on both telescopic rails (1). ► Lift the device out of the telescopic rails (2) and put it down on a level surface. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 31: Connecting External Devices

    USB and FireWire devices are hot-pluggable. This means you can connect and disconnect the cables of USB devices while the operating system is running. Additional information can be found in the "Connecting external devices to the USB ports" section and in the documentation for the USB devices. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 32: Ports On The Device

    (see the operating system and device documentation). Connecting a monitor ► Follow the instructions contained in the monitor manual to prepare the monitor for operation (e.g. connecting cables). ► Plug the data cable into a suitable monitor port of the device. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 33: Connecting External Devices To The Usb Ports

    USB device. To ensure USB 2.0, only a 3 m long cable may be used from the front USB port to the USB peripheral device. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 34: Connecting The Device To The Mains Voltage

    Connect the connector of the mains cable to the power supply of the device. ► Plug the power plug into a non-heating appliance socket on the power strip of the rack. For more details, please refer to the technical manual for the rack. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 35: Switching The Device On

    Switch on the monitor (refer to the operating manual for the monitor). ► Press the ON/OFF button on the front of your device for about half a second. The power-on indicator lights up (see section "Indicators on the device") and the device starts. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 36: Shutting Down The Device

    Pay attention to the signaling of the power-on indicator, as described in the section "Indicators on the device". ► Switch on the ID indicator of the device, as described in the section "Identifying defective devices". Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 37: Performing System Configuration

    Further information on configuration of the optional RAID controller can be found in the appropriate documentation on the "Drivers & Utilities" DVD or on the Internet at http://ts.fujitsu.com/support. Descriptions of operating systems not covered in the controller manual are provided in the appropriate readme files on the driver CDs. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 38: Systems Without A Pre-installed Operating System

    Install the latest driver and updates from the "Drivers & Utilities" DVD. You will find more information on the system, as well as drivers, utilities and updates on the "Drivers & Utilities" DVD and on the Internet at http://ts.fujitsu.com/support. Systems with a pre-installed operating system Depending on version, your device can be delivered with an operating system already pre-installed.

  • Page 39: Operation

    (blue) on the front and rear of the device. Both ID indicators light synchronously. Reset button Pressing the Reset button reboots the system. WARNING: Possible loss of data. NMI button WARNING: Do NOT touch! Possible loss of data. The NMI button is only for use by Service. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 40: Indicators On The Device

    The indicator also lights in standby mode. You can obtain more details of the indicated faults from the System Event Log (SEL) or query them using the Web user interface of the iRMC S3. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 41: Lan Indicators

    LAN connection. ● flashes green if a LAN transfer is occurring. The LED on the right: ● lights yellow: LAN transfer 1 Gbit/s ● lights green: LAN transfer 100 Mbit/s ● unlit: LAN transfer 10 Mbit/s Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 42: Optical Drive

    Avoid storing a CD/DVD in areas subject to high temperatures or humidity. You can use 12 cm diameter CDs/DVDs in the drive. Do not use any business card CDs or other small CDs. When using poor quality CDs/DVDs, vibrations and reading errors may occur. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 43: Settings In Bios Setup

    In BIOS Setup you can set the system functions and the hardware configuration of the device. On delivery, the default values are effective (see the "BIOS Setup" manual or the manual for the mainboard). You can customise these settings to your requirements in the BIOS Setup. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 44: Property And Data Protection

    In addition to the casing lock, an open and a closed lock are also illustrated. Locking the casing ► Turn the key towards the closed lock. Unlocking the casing ► Turn the key towards the open lock. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 45: Bios Setup Security Functions

    Protect the device from being switched on by an external device You can also combine these functions. You will find a detailed description of the Security menu and how to assign passwords in the manual for the mainboard or in the "BIOS Setup" manual. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 46: Troubleshooting And Tips

    ► For further clarification of the problem, contact the Service Desk for your country (see the Service Desk list or visit the Internet at http://ts.fujitsu.com/support/servicedesk.html). Identifying defective devices When working in a data centre environment, you should enable easy identification of the ID indicators on the front and rear connector panels of the device (see section "Ports and controls").

  • Page 47: Troubleshooting

    The operating system is not shut-down properly in the process. Error messages are therefore possible the next time the system is booted. It may take a few seconds before the system boots. This is while the system carries out a check. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 48: Monitor Stays Blank

    Monitor cable is not connected. ► Switch off the monitor and the device. ► Check that the monitor cable is properly connected to the device and to the monitor. ► Switch on the monitor and the device. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 49: No Mouse Pointer Displayed On The Monitor

    Restoring hard disk contents Instructions for this are given on the case of the Recovery DVD. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 50: Tips

    ► Close unnecessary applications. ► Call up the applications in a different order. Other manuals Further manuals can be found as PDF files on the "Driver & Utilities" DVD or on the Internet at http://ts.fujitsu.com/support. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 51: System Expansion

    You must always discharge static build up (e.g. by touching a grounded object) before working with boards. ● The equipment and tools you use must be free of static charge. ● Always hold boards by their edges. ● Never touch connector pins or conductors on the board. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 52: Opening The Device

    Where applicable, open the casing lock. ► Unlatch the casing cover by pressing in the two release buttons on the sides of the casing (1). ► Push the casing cover about 1 cm back. ► Lift the casing cover away upwards. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 53: Closing The Device

    Place the casing cover on the device. ► Slide the casing cover forwards until it reaches the stop. ► The cover latches automatically. ► Install the device in the rack again (see section "Installing the device in the rack"). Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 54: Overview Of The Bays And Drives In Your Device

    – four bays for non-accessible 2½ inch drives (hard disks, HDD/SSD) – two bays for non-accessible 3½ inch drives (hard disks, HDD) Bay for accessible 5¼ inch drive Drive cage (example: for four non-accessible 2½ inch drives) Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 55: Removing And Installing An Accessible 5¼ Inch Drive (optical Drive, Odd)

    The casing is open (see section "Opening the device"). ► Disconnect the cables connected to the drive. ► Unscrew the screw (1) on the drive cage. ► Slide the drive in the direction of the arrow. ► Lift the drive cage out of the device. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    If you do not install an accessible drive, close off the open drive bay with the optional cover. ► Close the device (see section "Closing the device"). ► Install the device in the rack again (see section "Installing the device in the rack"). Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 57: Installing An Accessible 5¼ Inch Drive

    Close the device (see section "Closing the device"). ► Install the device in the rack again (see section "Installing the device in the rack"). If necessary, you must adjust the entry for the drive in the BIOS Setup accordingly. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 58: Changing The Drive Cage

    The device is removed from the rack (see section "Pulling out or removing the device from the rack"). ● The casing is open (see section "Opening the device"). ► If drives are installed, remove them. ► Disconnect the power and data cables from the mainboard and/or the RAID controller. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    ► Lift the drive cage slightly at the rear and slide it in the direction of the arrow (3). ► Remove the drive cage from the device. ► Remove the cold-plug cables from the drive cage. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    Connect the power and data cables at the mainboard and/or the RAID controller. ► Close the device (see section "Closing the device"). ► Install the device in the rack again (see section "Installing the device in the rack"). Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 61: Removing And Installing Non-accessible Drives (hard Disks, Hdd/ssd)

    HDD/SSD module can accept a SAS/SATA hard disk drive or a SATA solid state drive in 2.5 inch format. The connection of the HDD/SSD modules to the SAS/SATA backplane is wire-free. This allows the HDD/SSD modules to be simply plugged in or pulled out. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    Mixed configurations of SAS and SATA HDD/SSD modules are not supported. • If only one HDD/SSD module is installed, this must be placed in position 0. The remaining free locations must be occupied by an empty module. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) regulations and to protect against fire. Make certain that the empty module engages properly in the location. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    To release the locking mechanism of the drive, press together the two green tabs of the locking lever (1). ► Swing the grip of the drive fully in the direction of the arrow (2). The drive is released. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    Press the grip fully in the direction of the arrow (2) until the locking mechanism engages. Where appropriate, you must adjust the entry for the drive in BIOS Setup or in the configuration of the RAID controller. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    To release the locking mechanism of the drive, press together the two green tabs of the locking lever. ► Swing the grip of the drive fully in the direction of the arrow (1). The drive is released. ► Pull out the drive (2). Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    System expansion Installing a 2½ inch empty module Requirement: ● The drive is removed (see section "Removing a non-accessible 2½ inch drive"). ► Slide the empty module into the empty location until it engages. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 68: Removing And Installing Non-accessible 3½ Inch Drives (hard Disks, Hdd)

    Mixed configurations of SAS and SATA HDD modules are not supported. • If only one HDD module is being installed, it is placed in the location on the left-hand side (0), an empty module must be installed in the location on the right-hand side (1). Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) regulations and to protect against fire. Make certain that the empty module engages properly in the location. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    Swing the grip of the drive fully in the direction of the arrow (2). The drive is released. ► Carefully slide the drive into the free location (1) until it reaches a stop. ► Press the grip fully in the direction of the arrow (2) until the locking mechanism engages. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    To release the locking mechanism of the drive, press the clip in the direction of the arrow (1). ► Swing the grip of the drive fully in the direction of the arrow (2). The drive is released. ► Pull out the drive. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    The drive is removed (see section "Removing a non-accessible 3½ inch drive"). ► Slide the empty module into the empty location until it engages. ► Install the device in the rack again (see section "Installing the device in the rack"). Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 73: Installing And Removing Fan Modules

    If no fan is installed at one of the positions in your device, a placeholder made of foam must be installed at this position. To ensure optimum cooling of the device, the placeholder must not be removed under any circumstances. Numbering of the fan modules Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 74: Removing A Defective Fan Module

    The fans are powerful, high-speed models. Never remove the fans during operation, because there is an increased risk of injury in doing so. ► Pull the connector of the fan module out of the socket of the fan cable. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    ► Lift the fan module by about 2 cm. To do this, press the four rubber pins upwards (A). ► Slide the fan cable through the opening of the fan cage. ► Lift out the fan module. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 76: Installing A New Fan Module

    System expansion Installing a new fan module ► Guide the fan cable forwards through the opening in the fan cage and insert the fan module. ► Press the four rubber pins (A) downwards until they engage. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    Connect the connector of the fan module into the socket of the fan cable. ► Close the device (see section "Closing the device"). ► Install the device in the rack again (see section "Installing the device in the rack"). Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 78: Expansion Cards

    Because of the two riser modules, the system offers one slot for a low profile board (1) and one slot for a high profile board or graphics card (2). Riser module 1 for low profile boards Graphics card carrier for high profile (expansion card installed) boards Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 79: Occupancy Of The Pci Slots

    System expansion Occupancy of the PCI slots Riser module PCI bus Length Riser module 1 PCI Express Low profile Graphics card carrier PCI Express High profile Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 80: Installation Of An Expansion Card Into Riser Module 1 (low Profile)

    ● The device is removed from the rack (see section "Pulling out or removing the device from the rack"). ● The casing is open (see section "Opening the device"). ► Carefully pull out the riser module upwards. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    Keep the slot cover for use later. If you remove the expansion card again and do not insert a new one instead, you must replace the slot cover for cooling purposes, to comply with the conditions of the EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) regulations and to protect against fire. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    Secure the slot cover of the expansion card with the screw (3). ► Where necessary, plug in the cables required for connection to the expansion card For more information on the optional cables, please refer to the documentation for the expansion card and the mainboard manual. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    Where necessary, connect the cables of the expansion card with the mainboard. ► Close the device (see section "Closing the device"). ► Install the device in the rack again (see section "Installing the device in the rack"). Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 84: Installation Of An Expansion Card Into The Graphics Card Carrier

    The device is removed from the rack (see section "Pulling out or removing the device from the rack"). ● The casing is open (see section "Opening the device"). ► Open the two locking tabs in the direction of the arrow (1). ► Carefully pull the graphics card carrier up and out. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    Keep the slot cover of the slot. If you remove the expansion card again and do not insert a new one instead, you must replace the slot cover for cooling purposes, to comply with the conditions of the EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) regulations and to protect against fire. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    Press the expansion card carefully into the slot of the riser card until you feel it engage. In the process, take care that the projection on the slot cover (B) engages in the corresponding opening. CAUTION! Only with the correct fastening can enough cooling and compliance with the EMC regulations be ensured. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    ► Close the locking lever and secure the expansion card with the screw (1). ► Slide the bracket in the direction of the arrow until the tangs on the bracket securely hold the expansion card in place. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 88: Install Backup Unit (bbu/fbu) (only In Conjunction With A Raid Controller)

    The backup unit ensures the storage content of the RAID controller is maintained if there is a power failure. CAUTION! • Do not use excessive force when connecting the cable, the connector is fragile. • Please follow the safety instructions in the "Important notes" section. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 89: Connecting The Bbu Cable To The Battery Backup Unit

    Ensure that the side of the connector with the three dots faces upwards (see close-up view). If the connector is reversed there is the danger of a short circuit. ► Connect the BBU cable to the BBU. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 90: Installing The Battery Backup Unit Into The Bbu Carrier

    Note the locations of the three bolts (circled in the illustration below) for the correct position for installation of the BBU. ► Insert the BBU at a slight angle under the right-hand retaining clamp on the BBU carrier (1). ► Fold the BBU down until you feel it latch into place (2). Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 91: Installing The Fbu Into The Bbu Carrier

    Place the FBU as shown at a slight angle under the two brackets of the FBU carrier. ► While sliding the FBU in, press the locking lever down as shown. ► Slide the FBU into the location and make sure that you hear the FBU engage. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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    System expansion ► Connect the cable of the FBU as shown. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 93: Installing The Backup Unit With The Bbu Carrier

    ► Insert the BBU carrier into the casing so that the three heads of the shoulder screws on the base of the casing pass into the open ends of the keyholes on the underside of the BBU. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 94: Connecting The Bbu/fbu Cable To The Raid Controller

    Connect the BBU/FBU cable to the RAID controller as described in the manual for the RAID controller. You can find the manual for the RAID controller in electronic form on the "Drivers & Utilities" DVD or on the Internet at http://ts.fujitsu.com/support. CAUTION! Ensure that the side of the connector with the three dots faces upwards (see illustration in section "Connecting the BBU cable to the battery backup unit").

  • Page 95: Routing The Bbu/fbu Cable

    System expansion Routing the BBU/FBU cable ► Route the BBU/FBU cable as shown in the illustration. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 96: Final Steps

    The casing is open (see section "Opening the device"). ► Undo the screws on the heat sink (1). ► Lift the heat sink out of the casing (2). You can now change the processor (see section "Changing the processor"). Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 97: Installing The Heat Sink

    Press the heat sink downwards and secure it with four screws, tightening them diagonally. ► Close the device (see section "Closing the device"). ► Install the device in the rack again (see section "Installing the device in the rack"). Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 98: Mainboard Expansions

    ► Replace the processor heat sink (see section "Installing the heat sink"). ► Close the device (see section "Closing the device"). ► Install the device in the rack again (see section "Installing the device in the rack"). Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 99: Changing The Front Panel Module

    The device is shut down (see section "Shutting down the device"). ● The device is removed from the rack (see section "Pulling out or removing the device from the rack"). ● The casing is open (see section "Opening the device"). Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 100

    ► Disconnect the front panel cable from the front panel module. ► Press the catch downwards until it disengages (1). ► Slide the front panel module forwards (2). ► Pull out the front panel module upwards (3). Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 101: Installing A New Front Panel Module

    Installing a new front panel module ► Insert the front panel module with the lower catch first (1). ► Tilt the front panel module upwards (2) and slide it towards the device until the upper catch engages (3). Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 102

    Make absolutely certain that the polarity of the cable is correct. The connector and the socket are coded. ► Close the device (see section "Closing the device"). ► Install the device in the rack again (see section "Installing the device in the rack"). Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 103: Replacing The Lithium Battery

    Press the catch in the direction of the arrow (1). The battery jumps out of the holder slightly. ► Remove the battery (2). Push the new lithium battery of the same type into the holder (3) and press it downward until it engages. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 104: Technical Data

    –25 °C ..60 °C The formation of condensation is not permitted while the device is in operation ! The data sheet of the device contains further technical data. You can find the data sheet on the Internet at http://ts.fujitsu.com/support. Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 105: Index

    Ports 32 mouse 49 Dimensions 104 Manuals, other 50 Disposal 16 Monitor Drivers & Utilities CD/DVD 16 cleaning 16 connecting 32 no display 48 Electrical data 104 port 32 Electromagnetic compatibility 17 stays blank 48 Energy saving 16 Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

  • Page 106

    Unpacking 22 Ports, external devices 32 Power-on indicator Universal Serial Bus 32 does not light 47 USB devices unlit 47 connecting 33 USB port connecting devices 33 Recycling 16 Restoring hard disk contents 49 Retransportation 15 Weight 104 Fujitsu Technology Solutions...

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