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Introduction and highlights
Rack systems are based on the EIA-310-D 19-inch standard, according to which rack
cabinets, servers and other components, such as UPSs, hubs, routers, modems and
operating consoles, are manufactured. The term “standard” suggests a specification
and definition of all prevalent dimensions and construction requirements relating to
the mechanics and electrical equipment of these rack systems. In fact, only a few
dimensions and weights are truly specified in this quasi-standard: various
specifications can be interpreted too broadly, there is also a lack of tolerances in
some cases, and many a dimension is not even included in the 19-inch “standard”.
The problems and incompatibilities in the installation dimensions of competitor
products and components from third-party vendors have always been taken into account in PRIMERGY rack systems. The
PRIMECENTER rack family at the latest provides a universal and variable rack system which can accommodate most of the 19inch components on the market without problems. Unfortunately, there will always be cases where the inaccuracy of the 19-inch
standard causes problems, in particular when products from different manufacturers are to be combined.
This document is designed to facilitate the integration of PRIMERGY systems in third-party racks and the installation of thirdparty systems into racks from Fujitsu Siemens Computers by showing the installation requirements and the dimensions.
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Contents
Introduction and highlights
1
1 Terms and conditions
4
1.1
Liability and warranty .................................................................................................................................................4
1.2
Installation rules .........................................................................................................................................................4
1.3
Thermal qualification..................................................................................................................................................4
1.4
Analyzed configurations ............................................................................................................................................6
1.5
General suitability for installation .............................................................................................................................6
2 Installation dimensions
7
3 Front plate design
9
3.1
Front plate dimensions, table and drawings ............................................................................................................9
3.2
19-inch dummy panels / blind plates ......................................................................................................................15
4 19-inch housing
18
4.1
19-inch housing dimensions....................................................................................................................................18
5 PRIMECENTER rack family
19
5.1
PRIMECENTER Rack (PCR) ....................................................................................................................................20
5.2
PRIMECENTER LC-Rack 38 and 46U (liquid cooling) ...........................................................................................20
5.2.1
Function...................................................................................................................................................................22
5.2.2
Zubehör ...................................................................................................................................................................23
5.3
PRIMECENTER SME Rack........................................................................................................................................24
5.4
Remodeling kit for PRIMECENTER II rack (1100mm) ............................................................................................25
5.5
Enhanced tilt protection ...........................................................................................................................................26
5.6
Basic design of FSC racks .......................................................................................................................................26
5.6.1
Vertical rack profiles ................................................................................................................................................27
5.6.2
Support brackets .....................................................................................................................................................29
5.6.3
Space requirements ................................................................................................................................................30
5.7
Layout ........................................................................................................................................................................31
5.7.1
PCR II 940mm.........................................................................................................................................................31
5.7.2
PCR II 1000mm.......................................................................................................................................................32
5.7.3
PCR II 1100mm.......................................................................................................................................................32
6 PCR rack cabling
34
6.1
Cabling to and from outside ....................................................................................................................................34
6.2
Cable routing between racks ...................................................................................................................................34
6.3
Cable management PCR II rack (internal) ...............................................................................................................34
7 System cabling strategy
36
7.1
PCR rack cable manager ..........................................................................................................................................36
7.1.1
Figures ....................................................................................................................................................................36
7.1.2
Cable routing in the cable manager.........................................................................................................................37
7.2
Cable duct for 3rd party Racks ................................................................................................................................38
7.3
Cable support............................................................................................................................................................38
7.4
Cable duct 1U to trail ................................................................................................................................................39
7.5
2U cable duct.............................................................................................................................................................40
8 Carrier system
42
8.1
Basics ........................................................................................................................................................................42
8.1.1
Extension type.........................................................................................................................................................42
8.1.2
Mounting the system on telescopic rails (installation examples) .............................................................................43
8.1.3
Basics of the structural design of the carrier systems for FSC, Fujitsu and third-party racks ..................................43
8.2
Vario carrier system 714 – 786mm*.........................................................................................................................47
8.2.1
Scale drawing..........................................................................................................................................................47
8.2.2
Complete drawing ...................................................................................................................................................48
8.2.3
Vario-Träger one hand mounting.............................................................................................................................49
8.2.4
Vario-Träger mounting with centering screws .........................................................................................................49
8.2.5
Vario-Träger mounting in round holes .....................................................................................................................50
8.3
Telescopic rail ...........................................................................................................................................................51
8.3.1
Requirements and important dimensions ................................................................................................................51
8.3.2
Example of telescopic rail with partial extension .....................................................................................................53
8.4
Sliding rail..................................................................................................................................................................54
8.4.1
1.5mm sliding rails (design example 1) ...................................................................................................................54
8.4.2
3mm sliding rails for heavier load (design example 2).............................................................................................54
8.5
Others ........................................................................................................................................................................55
8.5.1
Horizontal mounting of PDU 32A.............................................................................................................................55
9 Accessories
56
9.1
Fastening accessories .............................................................................................................................................56
9.2
Mounting elements and equipment shelves...........................................................................................................62
9.2.1
Power supply holder RSB........................................................................................................................................62
9.2.2
Pair of sliding rails ...................................................................................................................................................63
9.2.3
Equipment shelf.......................................................................................................................................................64
9.2.4
Monitor shelf............................................................................................................................................................65
9.2.5
Horizontal mounting of PDU 32A.............................................................................................................................66
10
Appendix
67
10.1
Third-party racks / older racks (structure and dimensions)..................................................................................67
10.1.1
DataCenter Rack .................................................................................................................................................67
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10.1.2
Fujitsu rack ..........................................................................................................................................................69
10.1.3
Classic rack .........................................................................................................................................................71
10.1.4
PRIMECENTER S1 Rack ....................................................................................................................................73
10.1.5
Third-party racks..................................................................................................................................................75
10.1.6
Example (Rittal DK Server Rack).........................................................................................................................77
10.2
Adapter kits ...............................................................................................................................................................78
10.2.1
Carrier systems from Classic rack -> PCR and third-party racks .........................................................................78
10.2.2
Mounting examples..............................................................................................................................................78
10.2.3
Carrier systems from PCR and third-party racks -> Classic rack .........................................................................80
10.3
Transport rack...........................................................................................................................................................81
10.3.1
Transport pallet from Knürr (finish end of 2007) ..................................................................................................81
10.3.2
Transport pallet from FSC (1/2008) .....................................................................................................................81
10.3.3
Notes on transport ...............................................................................................................................................83
10.3.4
Mounting tilt protection PRIMECENTER Rack (1/2008) ......................................................................................85
10.3.5
Setting up and leveling the rack...........................................................................................................................89
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Terms and conditions
1.1
Liability and warranty
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In principle, specific responsibilities must be observed in integrating components to create an overall system. They include
compliance with country-specific and international regulations and provisions, such as electrical and electromagnetic behavior,
safety regulations and operating conditions. The party integrating components from different vendors therefore bears
responsibility, and is consequently liable for and warrants the integration work that has been carried out.
1.2
Installation rules
A broad range of servers means a large variety of combinations in the rack and the requirement that every server be operated
within its thermal limits. To avoid every possible configuration having to be assessed separately, rules for installing servers and
components in the racks have been established:
1.
Every server is independent in its height unit(s) and respects the independence of neighboring servers.
2.
Every server must be able to function with the resources of its height unit(s) (cooling, cable management, maintenance
space, etc.).
These two rules restrict the creativity of developers of servers and rack-mounted systems to the height unit(s) required by the
server, yet permit different solutions to coexist.
A thermal assessment of a server in the rack must take into account the following PRIMERGY servers cooling concept:
1.3
Thermal qualification
The following thermal conditions must be taken into account:
•
A PRIMERGY server is cooled by an air current that is generated by fans within the server. Any emission of thermal energy
is regarded as negligible and consequently does not contribute to cooling the server. In the same way, any possible supply
of energy from thermal radiation is regarded as negligible and is ruled out.
•
The front 19” plane is defined as a climatic boundary between the intake air and exhaust air of the rack or the server.
Therefore the following applies:
1.
Following mounting of the server in a rack, the intake air area is defined as being the boundaries of the height units it
occupies.
2.
The floor and cover surfaces of the server are defined as adiabatic surfaces, i.e. thermal energy is not exchanged via the
floor or ground surface. This prevents any influence from servers mounted above or below.
In cabling the server, the rack infrastructure is used optimally and the exhaust air area of the server is kept free to the maximum
possible extent.
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front-to-back cooling
airflow direction
Any free slots must be closed with dummy panels (airconditioning barrier in front area of the rack).
front-to-back cooling
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Analyzed configurations
As already indicated in the introduction, two cases are described in this document:
1.
2.
PRIMERGY servers or storage subsystems are to be integrated in racks from other manufacturers, possibly in coexistence
with servers or storage systems from different vendors.
Servers, subsystems or infrastructure components (UPSs, switches, hubs) from third-party vendors are to be mounted in
PRIMECENTER and PRIMERGY DataCenter racks.
These two cases must be viewed separately, namely with respect to:
•
•
•
Installation dimensions of the systems, including cabling spaces and conditions relating to serviceability
Cabling conditions and requirements
Availability of mounting accessories and safety of mounting
This can result is a wide range of installation requirements. However, not all cases can be analyzed individually; the market in
the 19-inch segment is simply too large. We are consequently focusing on products from Fujitsu Siemens Computers and the
associated rack systems.
All PRIMERGY systems are developed on the basis of the same design principles. As a consequence, this analysis of the
installation of PRIMERGY components is reduced to the essentials.
1.5
General suitability for installation
Installation of third-party products in PRIMERGY racks (EIA-310-D 19-inch standard)
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Installation dimensions
The dimension that is guaranteed as reliable by all rack manufacturers is the installation width of 19” (Rw > 450 mm). So that
this dimension can be respected in all cases, the housing width Hw is limited to a maximum of 448 mm for FSC products.
The height dimensions are guidelines for ensuring smooth installation or insertion. They are always relative to the start or the
end of a height unit U (1 U = 44.45 mm).
Assuming a space of one U, the following tolerance dimensions exist:
465.5 mm +2.2/-1
450.5 mm +1/-0
L
M
90°
R
90°
Distance between plate and unit (U)
0.5mm
UL
UR
UM
plate 1U
UPPER SLOT
plate 1U
LOWER SLOT
LL
1mm
LM
plate 1U
Distance between plates
1U = 44.45mm
measuring point
for all front plates =<1U
LR
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465.5 mm +2.2/-1
450.5 mm +1/-0
L
90°
M
Distance between plate and unit (U)
1mm
UL
R
90°
UR
UM
Plate 2U
UPPER SLOT
Plate 2U
LOWER SLOT
LL
2mm
LR
LM
Plate 3U
Distance between plates
1U = 44.45mm
measuring point
for all front plates >1U
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Front plate design
3.1
Front plate dimensions, table and drawings
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The figure and table below specify the most important dimensions for front plate design.
Ft
Hw
Mv Fh
Mh
Fw
Ft
Hw
Mh
--- Front plate thickness (FSC) = 4mm
--- Housing width = 448mm
--- Distance between the horizontal mounting holes 465.1mm +-1.6
Mv
--- Distance between the vertical mounting holes
--- Front plate width = 482.6mm +-0.4
Fw
--- Front plate height
Fh
HE/U --- Height unit = 44.45mm
The dimensions of the front plate width and the horizontal mounting holes are defined in
accordance with DIN standard 41494.
Table
HE/U
1 = 44.45
2 = 88.9
3 = 133.35
4 = 177.8
5 = 222.25
6 = 266.7
Fh
42.5 +1/-0
86.9 +0.4/-0
131.4 +0.4/-0
175.8 +0.4/-0
220.3 +0.4/-0
264.7 +0.4/-0
Mv
22.22 +/-0.1
44.45 +/-0.2
88.9 +/-0.2
133.35 +/-0.2
177.8 +/-0.2
222.25 +/-0.2
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1U front plate
Generally, the following applies:
Front plate 1U server
w = 482.6mm ±0.4
h = 42.5mm +1/-0
Bending radius: R1
Radii without dimensions: R2
Chamfers without dimensions: 2 x 45°
(Housing: h = 40.5mm +3/-∞)
Stamping direction free
Part degreased
Edges free of burr
= Test dimension
Tolerance of coordinate dimensions
+/-0.1
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2U front plate
Generally, the following applies:
Front plate 2U server
b = 482.6mm ±0.4
h = 86.9mm +0.4/-0
Bending radius: R1
Radii without dimensions: R2
Chamfers without dimensions: 2 x 45°
(Housing: h = 84.9mm +1.5/-∞)
Stamping direction free
Part degreased
Edges free of burr
= Test dimension
Tolerance of coordinate dimensions
+/-0.1
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3U front plate
Generally, the following applies:
Front plate 3U server
b = 482.6mm ±0.4
h = 131.4mm +0.4/-0
Bending radius: R1
Radii without dimensions: R2
Chamfers without dimensions: 2 x 45°
(Housing: h = 129.4mm +0/-∞)
Stamping direction freely selectable
Part degreased
Edges free of burr
= Test dimension
Tolerance of coordinate dimensions
+/-0.1
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4U front plate
Generally, the following applies:
Front plate 4U server
w = 482.6mm ±0.4
h = 175.8mm +0.4/-0
Bending radius: R1
Radii without dimensions: R2
Chamfers without dimensions: 2 x 45°
(Housing: h = 173.8mm +0/-∞)
Stamping direction freely selectable
Part degreased
Edges free of burr
= Test dimension
Tolerance of coordinate dimensions
+/-0.1
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19-inch dummy panels / blind plates
Front plates are also available as so-called covers, dummy panels or blind plates for closing empty bays and slots in the rack.
This is mandatory to ensure proper ventilation of the installed servers in the rack.
By default the following cover plates are available:
19“ Kabeldurchführung 1HE mit Bürsten
19“ Kabeldurchführung 1HE mit Bürsten
19“ cable bushing 1U with strip
S26361-F2735-E25; S26361-F2735-L25
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Dummy panel 1U tool-less
Dummy panel 1U tool-less
dummy panel 1U plastic, tool-less mounting
(Kunststoff: >PC+ABS< -FR(40) SN 614 UL 94 V0 )
S26361-F2735-L130
A3C40088113
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Dummy panel 2U tool-less
Dummy panel 2U tool-less
dummy panel 2U plastic, tool-less mounting
(Kunststoff: >PC+ABS< -FR(40) SN 614 UL 94 V0 )
S26361-F2735-L131
A3C40088114
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19-inch housing
The term 19-inch housing refers to all system installation components of this format.
4.1
19-inch housing dimensions
The form and the housing depth depend in each case on the corresponding carrier system and the rack (installation depth) into
which the housing is installed. This chapter will not consider these factors but will only show the theoretical limits. For more
information see the sections on rack types and carrier systems.
Front view
Fh
Mv
Fw
Hd
Hh
Hw
Hw
Hh
Hd
Mv
---------
Fw
Fh
--- Front plate width = 482.6mm +-0-.4
--- Front plate height
Housing width = 448mm
Housing height
Housing depth
Distance between the vertical mounting holes
Table 2
U
1
2
3
4
5
6
= 44.45
= 88.9
= 133.35
= 177.8
= 222.25
= 266.7
Hh
40.5 +3/-∞
84.9 +1.5/-∞
129.4 +0/-∞
173.8 +0/-∞
218.3 +0/-∞
262.7 +0/-∞
Fh
42.5 +1/-0
86.9 +0.4/-0
131.4 +0.4/-0
175.8 +0.4/-0
220.3 +0.4/-0
264.7 +0.4/-0
Mv
22.22 +/-0.1
44.45 +/-0.2
88.9 +/-0.2
133.35 +/-0.2
177.8 +/-0.2
222.25 +/-0.2
Hd (PCR1000)
782mm
782mm
782mm
782mm
782mm
782mm
Hd (PCR1100)
792mm
792mm
792mm
792mm
792mm
792mm
Note: 1U 19-inch housings are subject to slightly different special rules concerning the distance between the housing top and
bottom and the height unit.
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upper distance front plate
HE/U
upper distance housing
Fh
Hh
lower distance housing
HE/U
lower distance front plate
Hd
Ft [4mm]
HE / U unit
Fh front plate height
Ft front plate thickness
Hh housing height
Hd housing depth
5
PRIMECENTER rack family
This chapter describes the different FSC rack types with their installation dimensions and requirements.
PRIMECENTER rack family
*The figure does not show the 48 U rack ((Should there be a corresponding asterisk in the text or is this just a note?))
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PRIMECENTER Rack (PCR)
PRIMECENTER II Rack 12U / 1x2U vertical
S26361-K826-V101 / D:GPRAC-BG50
t1 = 1000mm
t2 = 1200mm
b = 700mm
h = 670mm
weight = 82kg
Transport dimensions:
PRIMECENTER II Rack 24U / 2x2U vertical
S26361-K826-V102 / D:GPRAC-BG51
t = 1180mm
b = 775mm
h = 790mm
t1 = 1000mm
t2 = 1200mm
b = 700mm
h = 1220mm
weight = 110kg
Transport dimensions:
S26361-K826-V212
t = 1180mm
b = 775mm
h = 1345mm
t1 = 1100mm
t2 = 1315mm
b = 700mm
h = 1220mm
weight = 112kg
Transport dimensions:
PRIMECENTER II Rack 38U / 3x2U vertical
S26361-K826-V103 / D:GPRAC-BG52
t = 1280mm
b = 775mm
h = 1345mm
t1 = 1000mm
t2 = 1200mm
b = 700mm
h = 1825mm
weight = 150kg
Transport dimensions:
S26361-K826-V213
t = 1180mm
b = 775mm
h = 1935mm
t1 = 1100mm
t2 = 1315mm
b = 700mm
h = 1825mm
weight = 152kg
Transport dimensions:
PRIMECENTER II Rack 46U / 3x2U vertical
S26361-K826-V104 / D:GPRAC-BG53
t = 1280mm
b = 775mm
h = 1935mm
t1 = 1000mm
t2 = 1200mm
b = 700mm
h = 2220mm
weight = 168kg
Transport dimensions:
S26361-K826-V214
t = 1180mm
b = 775mm
h = 2335mm
t1 = 1100mm
t2 = 1315mm
b = 700mm
h = 2220mm
weight = 171kg
Transport dimensions:
t = 1280mm
5.2
b = 775mm
PRIMECENTER LC-Rack 38 and 46U (liquid cooling)
h = 2335mm
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PRIMECENTER LC-Rack 38U / 31U nutzbar,
2x2U vertikal
Three-way valve
t1 = 1200mm
t2 = 1400mm
S26361-K1022-V130
PRIMECENTER LC-Rack 38U / 31U nutzbar,
2x2U vertikal
Three-way valve and socket with roles
t = 1300mm
b = 800mm
t1 = 1200mm
t2 = 1400mm
b = 700mm
h = 1800mm
weight = 98kg
S26361-K1022-V135
PRIMECENTER LC-Rack 46U / 40U nutzbar,
2x2U vertikal
Three-way valve
b = 700mm
h = 1800mm
weight = 88kg
Transport dimensions:
h = 1900mm
Transport dimensions:
t = 1300mm
b = 800mm
h = 2008mm
t1 = 1200mm
t2 = 1400mm
b = 700mm
h = 2200mm
weight = 92kg
Transport dimensions:
S26361-K1022-V230
PRIMECENTER LC-Rack 46U / 40U nutzbar,
2x2U vertikal
Three-way valve and socket with roles
t = 1300mm
b = 800mm
h = 2300mm
t1 = 1200mm
t2 = 1400mm
b = 700mm
h = 2200mm
weight = 102kg
S26361-K1022-V235
t = 1300mm
Transport dimensions:
b = 800mm
h = 2408mm
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Function
Klimaebene /
clime burrier
side view rack
warm air
fan
warm air
front side
PCR LC Rack
warm air
5.2.1
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Wärmetauscher/
heat exchanger
warm air
cold air
Dreiwegeventil/
three-way valve
floor
Rücklauf / return
Kühlwasser / cooling water
Vorlauf / flow
double bottom
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5.2.2
Zubehör
Drawing and dimensions PCR LC Racks
In product number: S26361-K1022-V135
S26361-K1022-V235
connecting kit:
-
connecting kit 1,5 m LC Racks optional
product number:
S26361-F2735- L602
delivery unit:
A3C40097585
1 x Kugelhahn m. Entl. DN 25
1 x Entleerkugelhahn 1/4"
1 x Hydrocontrol DN25 m Entl.Mnip
2 x Flex-Schlauch DN 25,L=1,5m
4 x Nippel MS (flachdichtend) 1"
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PRIMECENTER SME Rack
(SME / small medium enterprise)
SME rack
PRIMECENTER SME Rack 24U
S26361-F3327-L24
SME rack
t = 1000mm
b = 700mm
weight = 35kg
h = 1220mm
Transport dimensions:
t = 1270mm
PRIMECENTER SME Rack 42U
S26361-F3327-L42
b = 775mm
h = 1380mm
t = 1000mm
b = 700mm
weight = 70kg
h = 1950mm
Transport dimensions:
t = 1270mm
b = 775mm
h = 2000mm
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Remodeling kit for PRIMECENTER II rack (1100mm)
Instruction manual
Remodeling kit for PRIMECENTER II rack from 1000 to 1100mm depth.
Remodeling kit
PCR II Rack 1000mm
M5x8mm
M5x8mm
M8x12mm
M8x12mm
Picture 1
Picture 2
Remodeling
Picture 3
Remodeling
Remodeling
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Picture 5
Picture 4
Remodeling
product number:
PCR II 24U
S26361-F2735-L212
PCR II 38U
S26361-F2735-L213
PCR II 46U
S26361-F2735-L214
Picture 6
5.5
Enhanced tilt protection
M5x8mm
M8x12mm
M5x8mm
M8x12mm
OLD
NEW
Enhanced tilt protection
S26361-F2735-L210
A3C40091899
Dimensions :
T = 1214,5mm
5.6
Basic design of FSC racks
b = 696mm
h = 22,5mm
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rdg004
Carrier profiles: dimensioned sketch and structure
5.6.1
FSC PCRII
Vertical rack profiles
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HE/U 4
HE/U 3
HE/U 2
2.5 mm steel profile
HE/U 1
U3
15
9.5 x 9.5mm
U2
2.5
44,45 mm
61.5
U1
U0
7
27 mm
9 mm
+0,5
-0
7
FSC PCR II Rack
Classic Rack
DataCenter Rack
Primecenter Rack 1
FJ Rack
42
free area for mounting kits
vertical extrusion with mounting holes
9.5x9.5mm (EIA-310-D Standard)
FSC PRIMECENTER Rack II 19" (PCR II)
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5.6.2
Support brackets
NEW Q2 2008
Support bracket 1U (max. 15kg)
enhanced support bracket 1U (max. 15kg)
D:GPRAC-ZB5211; S26361-F2735-E10 / L10
D:GPRAC-ZB5211; S26361-F2735-E10 / L10
NEW Q2 2008
Support bracket 2U (max. 35kg)
enhanced support bracket 2U (max. 35kg)
D:GPRAC-ZB5212; S26361-F2735-E15 / L15
D:GPRAC-ZB5212; S26361-F2735-E15 / L15
New design
A3C40098028
Support bracket 3U (max. 50kg)
Support bracket 3U (max. 50kg)
D:GPRAC-ZB5215; S26361-F2735-E31 / L31
D:GPRAC-ZB5215; S26361-F2735-E31 / L31
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5.6.3
Space requirements
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5.7 Layout
5.7.1
PCR II 940mm
PCR 940
Version discontinued 2005
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5.7.2
PCR II 1000mm
PCR1000
5.7.3
PCR1100
PCR II 1100mm
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PCR rack cabling
6.1
Cabling to and from outside
Cable management right or left side
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Cable management top and floor
Kabelmanagement PCR II Rack
top and floor
Kabelmanagement PCR II Rack
right side
area for cable
from the top
area for cable
over the floor
bezel to remove
6.2
Cable routing between racks
Kabelmanagement PCR II Rack
rack to rack
bezel
to remove 2x
bezel
to remove 2x
bezel
to remove 1x
6.3
bezel to remove
Cable management PCR II rack (internal)
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Kabelmanagement PCR II Rack
internal cable
Cable routing 160mm in cable management PCR II rack 1100mm, vertical
A3C40089759 (only for the rack 1100mm)
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System cabling strategy
7.1 PCR rack cable manager
The cable management element is a patented component of Fujitsu Siemens Computers and Knürr. It is used in the DataCenter
and PRIMECENTER racks. Unlike conventional cable guides, the cable management is an integral part of the rack and not of
the systems that are installed in the rack. This means it can be mounted in the rack types listed above for any assembly from
any manufacturer > 2 height units. The articulated cable guide can be mounted in a 1U grid. This compatibility allows consistent
rack cabling.
The functional principle is based on an articulated cable guide which is mounted on a carrier plate in such a way that it can be
folded in and out. The articulated cable guide follows the installed rack components half-way. The cables are routed in the
comb-like cable guide and screwed to the system component.
7.1.1
Figures
Figure 1
rdg150
The figure shows the cable manager in its idle position.
Figure 2
Figure 3
rdg152
Cable manager with articulated cable guide folded out
Cabel management PCR Rack
SNP:SY-F2262L20-P; D:GPRAC-ZB527; S26361-F2735-E7 / L7
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Cable routing in the cable manager
The following example shows how the cables are routed in the cable manager:
Beispiel / Example 1
Frontseite / Front side
Anschlußstecker / Wall plug
rdg155
Kabelstamm /
Cable trunk
Kabelmanagement
Beispiel / Example 2
Frontseite / Front side
Anschlußstecker / Wall plug
50 %
rdg160
Kabelstamm /
Cable trunk
Kabelmanagement
Beispiel / Example 3
Frontseite / Front side
Anschlußstecker / Wall plug
105 %
Kabelstamm /
Cable trunk
Kabelmanagement
rdg165
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Cable duct for 3rd party Racks
Cable duct for 3rd party Racks (mounting on right or left side)
Produktnummer:
S26361-F2201- E20 / L20
Liefereinheit:
A3C40058445
7.3
Cable support
raceway PCR II
S26361-F2735-E20
S26361-F2735-L20
The cable guide accommodates and holds cable harnesses. Like the cable management element, it can be mounted in the 1U
grid of the rack.
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Cable duct 1U to trail
mountig
step 1
dismount bolts
from the vario carrier
step 2
mounting
cableduct
A3C40097047
step 3
mounting
cable conector on the telescopic rail
Cable duct 1U
S26361-F2735- E8 / L8
A3C40086204
step 4
cabling
cableduct
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Examples of cabling
7.5
2U cable duct
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Cable hinge arm with bushing
D:GPRAC-ZB523
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Carrier system
8.1
Basics
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As well as in a fixed installation, the 19” rack components can also be mounted on sliding or telescopic rails which allow them to
be pulled out of the rack. The ball-bearing telescopic rails are available in two different versions.
8.1.1
Extension type
Telescopic rail – full extension:
The telescopic rail has three
main components
(inner, center and outer rail).
Extension depth >105%
Telescopic rail - partial extension:
The telescopic rail has two main
components
(inner and outer rail).
Extension depth approx. 50%
Telescopic rail full extension >105%
Telescopic rail partial extension
Full extension
Partial extension
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Mounting the system on telescopic rails (installation examples)
There are three primary ways of mounting systems on telescopic rails:
1.
2.
3.
Sliding the system onto a system support plate and securing it.
Screwing the system directly to the inner telescopic rail. In this case, you replace the system by separating the rails.
There are shoulder screws on the system housing which engage in the keyholes of the inner telescopic rail.
Front plate 4U
System housing
System support
Ttelescopic rail
System mounted on system support plates (high safety during mounting!)
Front plate 4U
System housing
Telescopic rail
System screwed directly to the telescopic rail
Front plate 4U
System housing
Shoulder screw M4
Torx T20
Telescopic rail
System with shoulder screw for keyhole engagement / KEYHOLE
Shoulder screw M4 Torx T20
8.1.3
A3C40071737
Basics of the structural design of the carrier systems for FSC, Fujitsu and third-party racks
A basic requirement for designing carrier systems is compliance with the EIA-310-D 19-inch standard and information on the
different carrier profiles on the market.
FSC PCR rack and most third-party racks
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HE/U 4
HE/U 3
HE/U 2
2.5 mm steel profile
HE/U 1
U3
15
9.5 x 9.5mm
U2
2.5
44.45 mm
[1.750”]
61.5
U1
U0
7
27 mm
9 mm
+0.5
-0
FSC PCR II Rack
Classic Rack
DataCenter Rack
Primecenter Rack 1
FJ Rack
7
42
free area for mounting kits
vertical extrusion with mounting holes
9.5 x 9.5 + 0.1mm (EIA-310-D Standard)
FSC PRIMECENTER Rack II 19" (PCR II)
[9.5mm + 0.1 = 0.375 + 0.004" square]
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FSC DCR rack and Fujitsu rack
33
32,5
25
44,6
32,5
61
10
7,5
42
R04013
2 mm Alu Stranggussprofil
vertical extrusion with mounting holes
9 x 9mm
FSC DataCenter rack; Fujitsu rack;
Knürr miracel rack
FSC and Knürr Classic rack
33
32,5
25
32,5
61
44,6
10
7,5
42
R04011
2 mm Alu Stranggussprofil
vertical extrusion with T-slot
FSC Classic Rack
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US 6mm
US 6mm
19” rack vertical profile (US) 6mm / 0.24” Ø
[HP Rack 7.1 +0.1mm / 0.28 +0.004” Ø]
US 8.5mm
US 8.5mm
19" rack vertical profile (US) 8.5 +0.1mm Ø
(8.5mm = 0.33")
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8.2
8.2.1
Vario carrier system 714 – 786mm*
Scale drawing
A3C00291125
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8.2.2
Complete drawing
List of parts
Item 7
Item 8
Item 6
Item
2
Item 5
Item 3
Item
4
Item
1
Item 1:
Item 2:
Item 3:
Item 4:
Item 5:
Item 6:
Item 7:
Item 8:
Front telescopic rail carrier
Rear telescopic rail carrier
Guide plate
Extension spring
Cylinder-head screw M4x6 mm
Guide pin
Centering screw M5
Vario lock
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8.2.3
Vario-Träger one hand mounting
one hand mounting in a EIA-310-D standard rack
one screw for one side
front side
back side
8.2.4
Vario-Träger mounting with centering screws
Zentrierbefestigung
centering screw
M5x10 Torx T20
A3C40063207
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Vario-Träger mounting in round holes
mounting vario carrier in US racks with round holes
M5 x 10mm
M5 x 10mm
mounting the vario carrier on the back side from the rack with
M5 screws
M5 x 10mm
mounting the vario carrier on the front side from the rack with
M5 screws
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8.3
8.3.1
Telescopic rail
Requirements and important dimensions
Position of the telescopic rail on the Vario carrier relative to the 19-inch installation plane
(top view)
Position of 13mm telescopic rail relative to U
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Position of10mm telescopic rail relative to U
Position of 10mm telescopic rail (partial extension) relative to U
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8.3.2
Example of telescopic rail with partial extension
Carrier system 1U
Carrier for server with shoulder screw M4 – partial extension slide
Carrier system 1U
Carrier for server with shoulder screw M4 – partial extension slide
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Sliding rail
Sliding rails are used for static installation of rack components which are completely removed from the rack for service and
maintenance. They do not allow the component to be pulled out completely and, in special cases, provide tilt protection and a
stopper. Based on the Vario carrier, they are designed as different versions for the specific areas of use.
8.4.1
1.5mm sliding rails (design example 1)
Position of 1.5mm sliding rail relative to U
8.4.2
3mm sliding rails for heavier load (design example 2)
Position of 3mm sliding rail relative to U
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8.5
8.5.1
Others
Horizontal mounting of PDU 32A
Einbausatz PDU 32A
Horizontal 19“
A3C40076828
S26361-F2262-E301 / L301
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Accessories
9.1
Fastening accessories
Zentrierbefestigung M5 Torx T20
Centering screw M5 Torx T20
A3C40063207
Haltebolzen M5 / bolt M5
A3C40088218
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Zentrierschraube M5 Torx T20
Centering screw M5 Torx T20
A3C40077379
Zentrierschraube M5 II Torx T20
Centering screw M5 II Torx T20
A3C40095430
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Ansatzschraube M4 Torx T20
Shoulder screw M4 Torx T20
A3C40071737
Käfigmutter M5, Käfigmutternsatz M5 (50Stck)
Cage nut M5
S26361-F2735-L500
0007000120
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Zentrierscheibe II.bmp
Zylinderschraube M5x10.bmp
Zentrierscheibe II_02.wmf
Zylinderschraube M5x10_02.wmf
Zentrierscheibe II
Centering washer II
A3C40063203
Zylinderschraube M5x10 Torx T20
Pan head screw M5x10 Torx T20
9601310021
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Federmutter M5.bmp
zs_01.bmp
Federmutter M5_02.wmf
Zs_01.wmf
Federmutter M5
Sring nut M5
A3C40014728
Zentrierscheibe für 1U Kabelarm
Centering washer 1U cable duct
A3C40082271
DUZ lock M6
Cable guide
Mounting system for dummy panel
screw M6 A3C40066469
crank A3C40066468
Cable guide, x5
D:GPRAC-ZB5501
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Two universal mounting plates are available for mounting different multiple-socket outlets. They can be mounted in the 19-inch
grid and in any free position on the spring grooves of the carrier profiles.
Mounting plate for 1 multiple-socket outlets
Mounting plate 2 for multiple-socket outlets
Mounting plate 1 for multiple-socket outlets
Mounting plate 2 for multiple-socket outlets
Mounting plate 1 for multiple-socket outlets
Example: Combination of mounting plate 1 and 2 PDU 32A
Mounting plate 1 for multiple-socket outlets
Mounting plate 1 multiple-socket outlets
A3C40037444
Mounting plate 2 multiple-socket outlets
A3C40040453
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9.2
9.2.1
Mounting elements and equipment shelves
Power supply holder RSB
PS holder RSB
PS holder RSB
PS holder RSB
PS holder RSB
PS-holder RSB
A3C40065479
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9.2.2
Pair of sliding rails
slide rail kit
A3C400672887
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9.2.3
Equipment shelf
equipment floor
S26361-F1609-E35 / S26361-F1609-L135
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9.2.4
Monitor shelf
monitor floor
S26361-F1609-E17 / S26361-F1609-L17
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9.2.5
Horizontal mounting of PDU 32A
Carrier left PDU 32A
2 x S26361-F2262-E132 / L132 or
1 x S26361-F2262-E332 / L332
mounting kit PDU 32A (horizontally)
S26361-F2262-E301 / S26361-F2262-L301
Carrier right PDU 32A
2 x S26361-F2262-E132 / L132 or
1 x S26361-F2262-E332 / L332
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Appendix
10.1
Third-party racks / older racks (structure and dimensions)
10.1.1
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DataCenter Rack
Since 2002, the DataCenter rack (depth: 900mm) has been the standard rack for PRIMERGY servers in the FSC portfolio. At
the end of 2002 it was replaced by the PRIMECENTER S2 rack and was available in the following versions:
740 (735 Innenmaß / Internal dimension )
Layout
Frontansicht / Frontal view
DataCenterRack
rdg008
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Carrier profile
19" Raster für Käfimuttern /
19" raster for cage nuts
Einbauraster / Installation raster
T-Nut für Federmutter /
T-Nut for spring nut
Frontplatte / Front plate 4mm
HE/U 5
HE/U 5
HE/U 4
HE/U 4
HE/U 3
HE/U 3
HE/U 2
HE/U 2
HE/U 1
HE/U 1
Rw
HE/U 0
HE/U 0
Frontansicht Rack / Frontal view rack
Side view carrier profile
DataCenterRack
Rw --- Rack Einbaubreite / Rack width = 450,5mm +1
rdg006b
33
32,5
25
44,6
32,5
61
10
7,5
42
Figure: Vertical carrier profile in 1U DataCenter rack
2 mm Alu Stranggussprofiel
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10.1.2
Layout
Fujitsu rack
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Carrier profile
19" Raster für Käfimuttern /
19" raster for cage nuts
Einbauraster / Installation raster
T-Nut für Federmutter /
T-Nut for spring nut
Frontplatte / Front plate 4mm
HE/U 5
HE/U 5
HE/U 4
HE/U 4
HE/U 3
HE/U 3
HE/U 2
HE/U 2
HE/U 1
HE/U 1
Rw
HE/U 0
HE/U 0
Frontansicht Rack / Frontal view rack
Side view carrier profile
DataCenterRack
Rw --- Rack Einbaubreite / Rack width = 450,5mm +1
rdg006b
33
32,5
25
44,6
32,5
61
10
7,5
42
Figure: Vertical carrier profile in 1U DataCenter rack
2 mm Alu Stranggussprofiel
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Classic rack
The Classic rack is based on the Miracel rack system from the company Knürr AG. It was the first standard rack in the FSC
portfolio for integrating 19-inch components. In 2000, it was replaced by the DataCenter rack.
Layout
Frontansicht / Frontal view
Classic Rack
rdg007
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Carrier profile
Einbauraster / Installation raster
T-Nut für Federmutter /
T-Nut for spring nut
Frontplatte / Front plate 4mm
T-Nut zur Frontplattenbefestigung /
T-Nut for front plate attachment
HE/U 5
HE/U 5
HE/U 4
HE/U 4
HE/U 3
HE/U 3
HE/U 2
HE/U 2
HE/U 1
HE/U 1
Rw
Side view carrier profile
Classic Rack
Frontansicht Rack / Frontal view rack
Rw --- Rack Einbaubreite / Rack width = 450,5mm +1
rdg006
33
32,5
32,5
25
61
44,6
10
7,5
42
2 mm Alu Stranggussprofiel
Figure: Vertical carrier profile in 1U Classic rack
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10.1.4
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PRIMECENTER S1 Rack
The PRIMECENTER S1 rack was developed by FSC and was the standard rack for RM systems, BS2000 and Primepower
servers for several years. At the end of 2002 it was replaced by the PRIMECENTER S2 rack.
126
Layout
740,2
70
37,5
670
651
600
470,1
64
9,3
Frontansicht / Frontal view
451,5
466
600
rdg007b
PRIMECENTER Rack S1
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Carrier profile
Frontplatte /
Front plate 4mm
19" Raster für Käfimuttern /
19" raster for cage nuts
HE/U 5
HE/U 5
HE/U 4
HE/U 4
HE/U 3
HE/U 3
HE/U 2
HE/U 2
HE/U 1
HE/U 1
HE/U 0
HE/U 0
Side view carrier profile
Rw --- Rack Einbaubreite / Rack width = >450mm
rdg006d
2,5
17
44,6
70
Trägerprofiel Primcenter 1 Rack
32,5
PRIMECENTER Rack S1
Frontansicht Rack / Frontal view rack
7,25
9
72,3
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10.1.5
Third-party racks
Rack dimension table
1
Rack front
2
Rack rear
D
Cabling space
F
Carrier system space l/r
a1/b1/a2/b2 Support uprights
A
B
E
P
Rack depth
C
Installation plane clearance
Rack width
C1 Front installation plane
Front plate design/Air-conditioning C2 Rear installation plane
PRIMERGY installation depth
The following figures show an example of the typical structure of a 19” third-party rack for servers.
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rdg019
rdg018
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Example (Rittal DK Server Rack)
Layout
544
771 +1
720
47
47
Frontansicht / Frontal view
450 +1
465,1
Rittal DK Server Rack
rdg007c
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10.2
10.2.1
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Adapter kits
Carrier systems from Classic rack -> PCR and third-party racks
The adapter kit S26361-F2734-L14 is used for mounting older support systems which are exclusively designed for the Knürr
attachment grid. At the same time it allows devices to be mounted in the PRIMECENTER and third-party racks, as it exclusively
uses the square 19” grid for mounting.
Knürr adapter kit
Adapter Kit 1 (Knürr -> DC / PCR)
A3C40038779 S26361-F2734-L14
10.2.2
Mounting examples
Example 1
Example 2
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Example 3 shows the reconstruction of the Knürr side brackets for mounting older carrier systems
Position of the parts from Adapter Kit 1 (Knürr -> DC/PCR) A3C40038779 S26361-F2734-L14
In PCR II Rack
Example 2 shows the reconstruction of the side grid with a 1U support bracket. The top support
bracket in the figure shows the model from the DataCenter rack.
rdg020b
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10.2.3
Carrier systems from PCR and third-party racks -> Classic rack
Telescopic rail carrier I Classic rack
Telescopic rail carrier I Classic rack
Installation dimensions
Telescopic rail carrier II Classic rack (Teleskopschienenträger II Classic Rack a.bmp)
Telescopic rail carrier II Classic rack
Installation dimensions
Telescope rail carrier II classic rack
A3C40063238 in Adapter Kit I Classic Rack S26361-F1331-L200 / S26361-F1331-L300
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10.3
10.3.1
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Transport rack
Transport pallet from Knürr (finish end of 2007)
Handhabungs-und Transportanweisung
Hinweise zu Transport, Lagerung und Sicherheitshinweise umseitig
Handling and Transportation Instructions
Notes on transportation, storage, and safety instructions overleaf
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 3
4x
Figure 6
Figure 5
Figure 4
3x
Figure 7
3x
Figure 8
Remodeling
2x
10.3.2
Transport pallet from FSC (1/2008)
Handhabungs- und Transportanweisung
Hinweise zu Transport, Lagerung und Sicherheitshinweise umseitig
Handling and Transportation Instructions
Notes on transportation, storing, and safety instructions overleaf
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2x
1
2
3
1
2
3
>90°
3x
3x
2x
4x
right
and left
4x
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Notes on transport
Detaching from the wooden pallet
• The unit is seated on the pallet and is secured with 6 metal clamps, which must be unscrewed from
the pallet.
• To remove the screws you need a Phillips screwdriver.
• Once the packaging foil has been removed, the unit must be slid off the pallet as shown above.
Transportation and storage
•
The following mechanical and climatic environmental conditions according to EN 60721-3-1 and -3-2
must be observed:
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Storage:
Product class 1M3 / 1K2 1S2
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Transport: Product class 2M2 / 2K2 2S1
•
Attention: When transporting the unit, make sure it does not tilt more than 30°.
•
The unit must remain in its original packaging until it reaches the installation location.
Safety instructions
Before components are pulled out or started up, the anti-tilt plate must be installed.
For further important notes on the rack see the Technical Manual “Rack System”, chapter 2. You will find
the manual in the accessory pack inside the rack.
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TP_16.wmf
TP_15d.wmf
TP_15c.wmf
TP_15b.wmf
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10.3.4 Mounting tilt protection PRIMECENTER Rack (1/2008)
M5x8mm
M8x12mm
M5x8mm
M8x12mm
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1 Klemmmutter M5
2 Befestigungskralle
3 screw Innensechskantschraube M5x8mm
4 screw Innensechskantschraube M8x12mm
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screw M5x8mm (right side Rack)
tool: Innensechskantschlüssel M4
screw M8x12mm
tool: Innensechskantschlüssel M6
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screw fixieren
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10.3.5
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Setting up and leveling the rack
Adjusting the PRIMECENTER rack:
See the technical manual
3 Preparations
3.5 Setting up the PRIMECENTER Rack
465.5 mm +2.2/-1
450.5 mm +1/-0
UPPER JIG A3C400xxxxx
UL
UR
UM
90°
L
UPPER HU BORDER
R
M
n x HU
90°
90°
90°
LOWER HU BORDER
LM
LL
LR
LOWER JIG A3C400xxxxx
measuring point
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