Cisco 7513 and Cisco 7576 Unpacking Instructions

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Cisco 7513 and Cisco 7576
Unpacking Instructions
Product Numbers: CISCO7513, CHAS-7513, MAS-7513 (Cisco 7513)
CISCO7576, CHAS-7576, MAS-7576 (Cisco 7576)
This document contains important instructions for unpacking the Cisco 7513 and Cisco 7576; review
these instructions before you open the container. After you unpack the system, refer to the
Cisco 7500 Series Installation and Configuration Guide on the Documentation CD-ROM, or in
print, for installation instructions.
Document Contents
This publication includes the following sections:
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Unpacking Precautions, page 1
Unpacking a Cisco 7513 or Cisco 7576, page 3
Cisco Connection Online, page 6
Unpacking Precautions
Before unpacking the Cisco 7513 or Cisco 7576, review these precautions to avoid injury to yourself
or damage to the equipment:
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Two people are required to lift the chassis, one at each end or each side. You should lift the chassis
by grasping the handle with one hand and the bottom of the chassis with the other, and lift with
your legs, as shown in Figure 1. (Do not lift the chassis using the blower module handle or the
air intake vent below the card cage.)
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Keep your back straight; lift with your legs.
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Use a hand cart, pallet jack, or forklift to move the chassis to another location.
Always remove all power supplies before lifting the chassis. The chassis weighs approximately
110 pounds without power supplies and with 13 processor modules installed.
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Unpacking Precautions
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Note the dimensions of the shipping container before moving it to ensure that you have adequate
clearance through doors and passages.
Figure 1
Correct Way to Lift the Cisco 7513 and Cisco 7576
POWER
A
POWER
H3118
B
Caution To prevent damage to the air intake vent below the card cage, do not lift the chassis by grasping the
handle with one hand and the bottom of the card cage with the other, as shown in Figure 2. The air intake vent
is not designed to support the weight of the chassis.
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Figure 2
Incorrect Way to Lift the Cisco 7513 and Cisco 7576
POWER
A
POWER
H3119
B
Before moving the chassis to a permanent site, we recommend that you review the site, safety, and
environmental considerations provided in the Cisco 7500 Series Installation and Configuration
Guide on the Document CD-ROM, or in print.
Do not destroy the shipping containers. Flatten and store them with the pallet. Use these containers
to either transport the chassis or, if necessary, return it to the factory.
Unpacking a Cisco 7513 or Cisco 7576
To unpack a Cisco 7513 or Cisco 7576 router, follow these steps:
Step 1
Using a hand cart, pallet jack, or forklift, place the chassis as close to the installation
location as possible.
Step 2
Ensure that you have sufficient room to unpack the chassis.
Step 3
Using scissors, cut the three plastic bands that secure the chassis to the pallet. Set these
bands out of the way or dispose of them properly (they are not reusable).
Step 4
Remove the cap from the top of the packaging, and set it aside. (See Figure 3.)
Step 5
If you ordered any optional cables or any interfaces that ship with cables, remove the
accessory boxes and set them aside.
Step 6
Refer to Figure 3 and familiarize yourself with the relative locations of packing
components inside the outer tube. Then carefully remove the outer tube from around the
chassis, and set it aside.
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Unpacking a Cisco 7513 or Cisco 7576
Step 7
Refer to Figure 3 and locate the small taped tube that contains the rack-mount kit packing.
Raise the top perimeter foam and remove the tube, with the rack-mount kit inside, and set
it aside.
Step 8
Remove the top perimeter foam and set it aside. (See Figure 3.)
Step 9
Remove the large taped tube and set it aside. Depending on your order, it should contain
the accessory box and up to two power supply boxes. Remove the accessory box first, and
then slide the large tube from the power supply boxes. After you expose the power supply
boxes, remove the power supplies and set them aside.
Step 10
Refer to Figure 3 and locate the two black board racks, located between the large taped
tube and the chassis. Remove the racks and set them aside.
Note The board racks provide a secure, safe place to temporarily store the processor modules when
you install the chassis in a rack. Refer to the Cisco 7500 Series Installation and Configuration Guide
for information on properly removing processor modules from the chassis.
Caution The power supply boxes are heavy. Carefully remove them from the large taped tube.
Step 11
Carefully slide the bottom perimeter foam up and over the chassis. (Refer to Figure 3.)
Step 12
Using a nut driver, a phillips screwdriver, and a flat-blade screwdriver, locate and remove
the chassis anchors that fasten the chassis to the pallet. (Refer to Figure 3.) When these
anchors are removed, you can remove the chassis from the pallet.
Step 13
If present, remove the Flash memory card retainer, which is placed over the Route Switch
Processors (RSPs) installed in slots 6 or 7 in the chassis. (Refer to Figure 3.)
The chassis is now ready to be installed on a tabletop or in a rack. Although it is not required, we
recommend rack-mounting the chassis to assure optimum airflow, cable and maintenance
clearances, dust control, and accessibility.
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Figure 3
Packaging Detail for the Cisco 7513 and Cisco 7576
Board rack (2)
Cap
Flash memory
card retainer
Outer tube
Accessory
box
Power
supply
boxes
Optional cable
accessory boxes
Large
taped
tube
Top perimeter
foam
Anchor
H3591
Rack-mount
kit
Bottom
perimeter
foam
Pallet
Small taped tube
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