Installation Instructions - Great Lakes Case and Cabinet

2 Post Rack
Installation Instructions
(UL60950-1/UL2416 GLRR Equipment Rack)
Instructions for the following Great Lakes GLRR Racks:
GLRR-1936, GLRR-1948, GLRR-1960, GLRR-1966, GLRR-1972, GLRR-1984,
GLRR-1996, GLRR-19108, GLRR-2336, GLRR-2348, GLRR-2360,
GLRR-2366, GLRR-2372, GLRR-2384, GLRR-2396, GLRR-23108
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PREFACE
This manual is provided to prevent service personnel from committing
an act that results in the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons.
Only trained service personnel should receive, unpack, and assemble
the GLRR Racks (UL60950 -1/UL2416 GLRR Series Equipment
Cabinet/Rack). In addition, only trained service personnel should install
equipment in the racks.
SAFETY SYMBOLS USED IN THIS MANUAL
This manual provides general safety guidelines to be observed during
installation, operation, and maintenance of the GLRR Racks.
WARNING: Failure to follow directions in the warning could result in
injury to persons or loss of life.
CAUTION: Failure to follow directions in the caution could result in
damage to equipment or storage data.
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
WARNING: Improper handling and use of the GLRR Racks could result
in equipment damage, serious injury, or possible death.
Only trained service personnel should be used to assemble the rack.
Also, be sure you have a sufficient number of service personnel. Do not
attempt to move the rack by yourself.
Only UL® Listed ITE (Information Technology Equipment) units should
be installed inside the GLRR Racks.
Be sure to read and follow all individual manufacturer equipment
manuals for safety and installation instructions.
Proper spacing is required when installing electrical equipment to avoid
electrical shock. Maintain minimum spacing between the accessories
and components and the computer rack assembly for safe operation of
the equipment when installed in accordance with the National Electric
Code ANSI/NFPA 70-1999.
The ambient temperature operating range for the eqipment mounted
within GLRR Racks and related accessories is +50 to +95° F (+10 to
+35° C).
The non-operating temperature is -4 to +140° F (-20 to +60° C).
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SERVICE
GLRR Racks should be repaired by personnel trained by Great Lakes,
or returned to Great Lakes for repair or replacement. Contact Great
Lakes Technical Support at 814.734.7303 or at werackyourworld.com
This user’s manual applies to the following Great Lakes
enclosures:
SIZES
PART NO.
GLRR-1936 GLRR-1936BA
GLRR-1948
GLRR-1948BA
GLRR-1960 GLRR-1960BA GLRR-1966
GLRR-1966BA
GLRR-1972 GLRR-1972BA GLRR-1984 GLRR-1984BA GLRR-1996 GLRR-1996BA GLRR-19108 GLRR-19108BA GLRR-2336 GLRR-2336BA GLRR-2348 GLRR-2348BA GLRR-2360 GLRR-2360BA GLRR-2366 GLRR-2366BA GLRR-2372 GLRR-2372BA GLRR-2384 GLRR-2384BA GLRR-2396 GLRR-2396BA GLRR-23108 GLRR-23108BA FINISH
Mill Finish Black Anodized Mill Finish Black Anodized Mill Finish
Black Anodized
Mill Finish
Black Anodized
Mill Finish Black Anodized Mill Finish Black Anodized
Mill Finish Black Anodized Mill Finish Black Anodized Mill Finish Black Anodized Mill Finish Black Anodized Mill Finish Black Anodized Mill Finish Black Anodized Mill Finish Black Anodized Mill Finish Black Anodized Mill Finish Black Anodized Mill Finish Black Anodized H
36" 36" 48" 48"
60" 60" 66" 66" 72" 72" 84" 84" 96" 96" 108" 108" 36" 36" 48" 48" 60" 60" 66"
66" 72" 72" 84" 84" 96" 96" 108" 108" W
20.31"
20.31"
20.31" 20.31" 20.31" 20.31" 20.31” 20.31" 20.31" 20.31" 20.31" 20.31" 20.31" 20.31" 20.31" 20.31" 24.31" 24.31" 24.31" 24.31" 24.31" 24.31" 24.31" 24.31" 24.31" 24.31" 24.31" 24.31" 24.31" 24.31" 24.31" 24.31" RMU
17
17
24
24
31
31
35
35
38
38
45
45
52
52
59
59
17
17
24
24
31
31
35
35
38
38
45
45
52
52
59
59
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SPECIFICATIONS
Certifications: UL 60950-1 and UL 2416
Rack Space: Varies by product Size
Construction: Aluminumn
Finish: Plain Mill Finish or Black Anodized
Grounding: Grounding lug supplied
Rail Type: Tapped # 12-24 mounting holes, front and rear
Weight Capacity: 1500 lbs. for all sizes
INSTALLATION
Receiving, Unpacking, and Removing the GLRR Rack
Inspect and report any damage before receiving. Unpack the rack by
carefully removing the corrugated carton and corners. Avoid damaging
the rack when removing packaging.
WARNING: Only trained service personnel should be used to remove
the rack from boxes. Also, be sure you have a sufficient number of
service personnel. Do not attempt to move rack by yourself.
WARNING: Be careful when moving rack before installation. Sudden
stops and starts, excessive force, obstructed routes, and uneven floor
surfaces may cause the rack to topple over.
Loading Equipment
WARNING: Only install equipment after the GLRR Rack has been
properly secured to the floor. Do not move the GLRR Rack assembly
while loaded.
Rated or maximum load capacity for the GLRR Rack is 1500 pounds
when bolted to the floor.
To maintain a uniform distribution of the mechanical load in the GLRR
Rack, load the heaviest equipment first, at the bottom of the GLRR
Rack and load the lighter units at the top.
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FLOOR INSTALLATION
Once the location on the floor has been determined, inspect the floor
surface. The floor must be flat and square in the horizontal and vertical
plane to ensure the 2 Post Rack is installed correctly.
WARNING: Improper handling and use of the 2 Post Rack could result
in equipment damage, serious injury, or possible death.
MASONRY FLOOR SURFACE
For a masonry floor surface, the installer must provide all the
appropriate hardware.
POWER
When using PDUs, each PDU should be connected to a committed
branch circuit that is rated for the continuous load of all the equipment
connected. When not using a PDU, each piece of equipment should be
connected to a dedicated branch circuit.
PROTECTIVE EARTHING/GROUNDING
A main protective earthing lug is provided.
WARNING: To avoid injury to persons or loss of life, ground each 2 Post
Rack individually to the dedicated branch circuit earthing ground.
CONNECT MAIN PROTECTIVE EARTHING STUD TO THE
DEDICATED BRANCH CIRCUIT EARTHING GROUND CONDUCTOR
Locate and attach the main protective earthing lug to the 2 Post Rack
and secure set screws. Connect the dedicated branch circuit earthing
ground conductor to the main protective lug.
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OVERVIEW
2 Post Racks are designed to securely hold 19" rack mount equipment,
networking equipment, phone equipment, etc. in tight spaces or closets.
Your package includes the following items:
COMPONENT
VERTICAL UPRIGHT CHANNEL BASE ANGLE TOP ANGLE ½"- 13 X 1 HEX BOLT ½" LOCK WASHER #12-24 X ½"LG. SCREWS 2 BARREL GROUND LUG
QTY.
2
2
2
12
12
50
1
TOOLS REQUIRED: ¾" SOCKET OR WRENCH AND A LEVEL
OR CARPENTER SQUARE
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
STEP 1
Install top angles to vertical
upright channels.
A. Lay vertical upright
channels on edge so tapped
holes face you and the floor.
Be sure open sides of upright
channels face each other.
B. Align holes in top angle
with corresponding holes in
vertical uprights. Formed leg
of top angle should be facing
toward you.
C. Install 2 hex head bolts
and lock washers. Finger
tighten only.
D. Turn vertical upright
assembly over (rotate 180
degrees) and repeat steps B
and C. Finger tighten only.
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STEP 2
A. Leaving vertical upright channels
on edge, align holes in base with
corresponding holes in each upright
channel. Long leg of base should
be facing you.
B
B. Install 4 hex head bolts and
lock washers. Finger tighten only.
C. Turn vertical upright assembly
over (rotate 180 degrees) and
repeat steps A and B. Finger tighten only.
A
STEP 3
A. Stand rack upright.
EXPLODED VIEW
B. Square unit using a level or carpenter square.
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C. Tighten all bolts using socket or wrench.
STEP 4
Secure rack to floor.
All racks should be bolted to a masonry floor, or to
an equally stabilizing and secure surface, after desired
location is determined. Hardware is not provided for
bolting rack to the floor, but Great Lakes’ AK101 Seismic
Anchor Kit is recommended for masonry floors.
STEP 5
Install main protective earthing lug as shown.
Main
Ground
Symbol
Protective
Earthing Lug
#12 Ext. tooth
washer
#12-24 x 1/2"lg.
Screw
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Thank you
for your
business!
ETSI Associate Member
FORM: #MS - 5.02-15, REV 2