DECsystem 5500 Installation Order Number EK–331AA–IN–001 Digital Equipment Corporation

DECsystem 5500 Installation Order Number EK–331AA–IN–001 Digital Equipment Corporation
DECsystem 5500
Installation
Order Number EK–331AA–IN–001
Digital Equipment Corporation
Maynard, Massachusetts
First Printing, August 1990
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Contents
Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Check Site Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Check the Shipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Position the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Open the System Door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Install the Console Terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5.1.1
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5.2
5.2.1
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Perform Set-Up Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Baud Rate Set-Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Global Set-Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connect the Console Terminal to the System .
Connecting VT300-Series Terminals . . . . .
Connecting VT200-Series Terminals . . . . .
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Connect Additional Devices to the System . . . . . . .
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Setting Controls on the System Power Supply . . . . . . .
Setting Controls on the System Control Panel (SCP) . .
Setting Controls on the RF-Series Integrated Storage
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Setting Controls on the CPU Cover Panel . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Controls on the Tape Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connect
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Terminals and Serial Printers . . . . . .
Parallel Printers to the System . . . . .
Synchronous Modems to the System .
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7.5
7.5.1
7.5.2
7.6
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Connect to an Ethernet Network at the CPU Cover Panel
ThinWire Network Connection at the CPU Cover Panel
Standard Network Connection at the CPU Cover Panel
Connect to an Ethernet Network at the DESQA Module . .
ThinWire Network Connection at the DESQA Module . .
Standard Network Connection at the DESQA Module . .
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Make the System-Expander Connections, if
Required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Connect the System Power Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Turn On the System and Select a Language . . . . . .
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Close the System Door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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After Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Index
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Shipping Carton Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sliding the System into Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lock and Key Positions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Opening the System Door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting a VT300-Series Console Terminal . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting a VT200-Series Console Terminal . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Controls and Indicators—Power Supply and System
Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Controls and Indicators—RF-Series ISE and CPU
Cover Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Controls and Indicators—Tape Drives . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting Devices to the CXA16 Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting Devices to the Cable Concentrator . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting the Cable Concentrator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting a Modem to a CXY08 Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ThinWire Cable, T-Connector, and Terminator . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Making a ThinWire Ethernet Connection at the CPU Cover
Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Forming the Upper Cable in a Loop at the CPU Cover Panel
Grounding the ThinWire Ethernet at the CPU Cover Panel .
Making a Standard Ethernet Connection at the CPU Cover
Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DESQA ThinWire/Standard Ethernet Connector Switch . . . .
ThinWire Cable, T-Connector, and Terminator . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making a ThinWire Ethernet Connection at the DESQA
Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Forming the Upper Cable in a Loop at the DESQA Module . .
Grounding the ThinWire Ethernet at the DESQA Module . . .
Making a Standard Ethernet Connection at the DESQA
Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Connections for Expanders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Supply Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Attaching the Power Cable to the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Language Selection Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Successful Power-Up Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Operation Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Closing the Door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Tables
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Module Identification Labels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Preface
This manual tells you how to install your DECsystem 5500 system. The
installation includes the following steps.
1. Check site preparation
2. Check the shipment
3. Position the system
4. Open the system door
5. Install the console terminal
6. Set system controls
7. Connect additional devices to the system
8. Make the system-expander connections, if required
9. Connect the system power cable
10. Turn on the system and select a language
11. Close the system door
CAUTION: Before installing the system, review your system warranty. The
terms of that agreement with Digital may require that a Digital service
representative install your system. Contact your local Digital representative
if you have any questions.
Prestoserve™ software, included in your operating system, requires a special
CPU configuration. If that configuration will be set up during system
installation and you are not a licensed self-maintenance customer, your
system should be installed by a Digital service representative.
If you are installing an expander with your system:
1. Use this manual to begin the installation of the system.
2. After you complete step 7, install the expander as described in
the installation document (addendum or manual) shipped with the
expander.
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3. Return to this manual (step 8) to complete the installation of the
expander and the system.
A glossary in the Operation manual will help you understand new words
and acronyms that appear in this manual.
Conventions
The following conventions are used in this manual.
Convention
Key
Meaning
A terminal key used in text and examples. For example,
that you press the Break key on your terminal keyboard.
Break
indicates
NOTE
Provides general information about the current topic.
CAUTION
Provides information to prevent damage to equipment or software.
WARNING
Provides information to prevent personal injury.
The following warning symbols appear on the power supply. Please review
their meaning:
Indicates the risk of electric shock.
To reduce the risk of injury, do not remove modules, Integrated
Storage Elements (ISEs), or the power supply.
No userserviceable parts are inside. Refer servicing questions to your
Digital service representative or your qualified self-maintenance
personnel.
The equipment is not designed for connection to an IT power
system (a power system without a directly grounded neutral
conductor). The equipment should be plugged into a dedicated
(isolated) ground circuit.
The system contains an automatic voltage-selection power
supply. Voltage selection is not required prior to installation.
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1 Check Site Preparation
You may have received a copy of the Site Preparation manual, which
describes the physical, environmental, and electrical requirements for your
system. For your convenience, a copy of that manual is also included in
your Customer Hardware Information Kit. If you have not done so, read
that manual and follow its instructions for preparing your site.
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The installation instructions that follow assume your site meets all the
installation requirements listed in the Site Preparation manual.
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These instructions also assume all terminal data lines, telephone lines,
and network lines that you plan to connect to your system are in place
and clearly labeled.
You will need the following tools to install your system. They are not
included in your shipment.
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Scissors
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Flat blade screwdriver
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Phillips (cross point) screwdriver
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Adjustable wrench
2 Check the Shipment
Before unpacking your system, find the Product Delivery Document. It is
attached to the outside of a carton and is labeled with a blue "i" symbol.
That document lists your order and how it breaks out into the items
shipped.
Your shipment may include several cartons:
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One carton contains the system.
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A smaller carton contains the console terminal.
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Another carton contains hardware documentation, software documentation, system software, diagnostic software, and software licenses.
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Depending on your order, your shipment may also include cartons
containing:
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Additional terminal(s)
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Printer(s)
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Modem(s)
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Expander(s)
Make sure your shipment is complete by checking that each item listed as
shipped on the Product Delivery Document appears on a Content Listing
or on a barcode label on the outside of one of the cartons in your shipment.
NOTE: Save all packing materials until you are sure you will not reship
any items in the shipment.
Use the unpacking illustrations on the cartons as a guide to unpack your
shipment, one carton at a time. Check the contents of each carton against
the Content Listing on its side to ensure you received all items.
WARNING: The system weighs 68 kg (150 lb) with all options installed. Use
two or more people to move the system.
If any item is missing or damaged:
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Contact your delivery agent.
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Contact your Digital sales representative.
The carton containing your system has unpacking instructions on its side.
Follow those instructions when unpacking the system. Figure 1 shows the
contents of the shipping carton.
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Figure 1: Shipping Carton Contents
T-Connector
Terminators
Installation Checklist
Cable Clamp
SCSI External Cable
Power Cable
SCSI Internal Cable
Ground Wire Cable
(12-13756-A8)
Adapter H8571-A
DECconnect
Office Cable
Anti Static
Anti Static
Keys to Front Door
DSSI Bus Node ID Plugs
(12-28766-19)
SCSI Bus
Node ID Plugs
(12-28766-28)
System
Note:
Unpacking is illustrated on the
exterior of the shipping carton.
MLO-004957
DECsystem 5500 Installation
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3 Position the System
You can move your system into position in one of two ways as shown in
Figure 2.
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Roll it sideways.
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Slide or walk it backward or forward by gripping the hand holds on the
side.
WARNING: Do not use the hand holds to lift the system.
Figure 2: Sliding the System into Position
Hand Holds
Slides Front
to Back
Rolls Left to Right
MLO-004012
Leave space behind the system for routing cables. Once installation is
complete, you can place the system base directly against a wall. The
oversized base ensures enough space for proper ventilation.
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4 Open the System Door
The system door is locked. To unlock and open it:
1. Find the key in the shipping carton (Figure 1). Two keys are provided,
one to keep as a spare.
2. Insert the key in the three-position rotary lock shown in Figure 3. Turn
the key to the bottom position to open the upper and lower parts of the
door as a single unit.
3. Open the door by pulling on the handle on the upper door. Figure 3
shows the door handle.
Figure 3: Lock and Key Positions
Door Handle
Rotary Key Lock
Top Key Position:
Access to SCP, ISEs, and
Tape Drive Controls and
Indicators (Upper Door)
Middle Key Position:
No Access to Controls
Bottom Key Position:
Access to Power Switch;
All Controls and Indicators
(Both Doors)
MLO-004958
(SCP stands for System Control Panel and ISE stands for Integrated
Storage Element.)
4. Swing the door open. Figure 4 shows the system with the upper and
lower parts of the door open.
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Figure 4: Opening the System Door
MLO-004959
CAUTION: Prestoserve™ software, included in your operating system,
requires a special CPU configuration. If that configuration will be set
up during system installation and you are not a licensed self-maintenance
customer, your system should be installed by a Digital service representative.
The next step in installing your system is to install the console terminal.
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5 Install the Console Terminal
You will use the console terminal to communicate with your system.
1. Unpack the terminal and documentation.
packed with the following.
Your console terminal is
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Video monitor
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Keyboard and keyboard cable
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Console terminal power cable
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Documentation, including a combined installation guide and user’s
manual
2. Use the instructions in the terminal installation guide to connect the
various parts of the terminal.
3. Turn on the terminal.
The console terminal performs a self-test every time you turn it on.
The documentation for the terminal describes a successful self-test and
error messages you receive if the terminal is not operating properly.
Once the terminal passes its self-test, you are ready to perform set-up
operations.
5.1 Perform Set-Up Operations
Set-up instructions for terminals vary according to model, or in some cases
according to which read-only memory (ROM) is installed in the terminal.
Be sure to read the documentation provided with your terminal. The
two examples that follow provide set-up instructions for VT300-series and
VT200-series terminals.
NOTE: A new terminal from Digital has the baud rate set to 9600. If your
terminal is new and you want to use that rate, you can skip the Baud Rate
Set-Up section (5.1.1) and go to Global Set-Up (5.1.2).
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5.1.1 Baud Rate Set-Up
For VT300-Series Terminals:
1. Press
Set-Up
to display the Set-Up Directory.
2. Use the arrow keys to select the Communications Set-Up option and
press Enter .
3. Make sure the Transmit Speed option in the Current Setting column is
set to 9600. Use the left and right arrow keys to change the setting.
4. Make sure the Receive Speed option in the Current Setting column is
set to receive=transmit. Use the down arrow to move the cursor to that
option, and the left and right arrows to change the setting.
5. Press
Select
6. Press
Set-Up
to return to the Set-Up Directory.
to exit the Set-Up Directory.
For VT200-Series Terminals:
1. Press
Set-Up
to display the Set-Up Directory.
2. Use the arrow keys to select the Default option and press
correctly sets all values except transmit speed.
3. Use the arrow keys to select the Comm option and press
the Communications Set-Up menu.
. Default
Enter
to display
Enter
4. Use the arrow keys to select the Transmit option and, using
the speed to 9600.
Enter
5. Use the arrow keys to select the To Directory option and press
6. Use the arrow keys to select the Save option and press
7. Press
Set-Up
to exit the Set-Up Directory.
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Enter
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, set
Enter
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5.1.2 Global Set-Up
1. Press
Set-Up
to display the Set-Up Directory.
2. Use the arrow keys to select the Global Set-Up option. Press Enter to
display that option and use the arrow keys to select the Comm1 Port
option.
3. If the port in the Current Setting column is selected for RS–232, press
Enter to select the DEC–423 port.
4. Press
Select
to return to the Set-Up Directory.
5. Use the arrow keys to select the Save Current Settings option and press
Enter .
6. Press
Set-Up
to exit the Set-Up Directory.
Once you test the terminal and perform set-up operations, you are ready
to connect the terminal to your system.
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5.2 Connect the Console Terminal to the System
Connecting the console terminal to your system involves attaching one end
of a cable to the CPU cover panel, and the other end of the cable to a
communication port in the back of the terminal.
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The CPU cover panel is on the front of the system and covers backplane
slots 2 and 3.
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The port on the back of the console terminal varies with the type of
terminal.
Refer to the separate illustrations and instructions that follow to connect
VT300-series and VT200-series terminals.
5.2.1 Connecting VT300-Series Terminals
Connect the console terminal to your system as follows.
1. Turn off the console terminal.
2. Find the console terminal cable. It is labeled DECconnect Office Cable
and has a DEC–423 modular plug on each end.
3. Connect the terminal cable to the DEC–423 modular jack labeled 1 on
the rear of the terminal, according to the instructions in your terminal
installation guide.
4. Feed the other end of the cable under the system base, from behind or
from the side. Then draw up the cable and insert it in the DEC–423
modular jack, labeled A1 on the CPU cover panel, as shown in Figure 5.
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Figure 5: Connecting a VT300-Series Console Terminal
DECconnect Office
Cable
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5.2.2 Connecting VT200-Series Terminals
Connect the console terminal to your system as follows.
1. Turn off the console terminal.
2. Find the console terminal cable, and modular-jack to 25-pin adapter.
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The cable is labeled DECconnect Office Cable and has a DEC–423
modular plug on each end.
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The adapter is labeled H8571–A.
3. Insert one end of the cable in the 25-pin adapter. Then connect the
adapter to the 25-pin communication port labeled COMM on the rear of
the terminal, according to the instructions in your terminal installation
guide.
4. Feed the other end of the cable under the system base, from behind or
from the side. Then draw up the cable and insert it in the DEC–423
modular jack, labeled A1 on the CPU cover panel, as shown in Figure 6.
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Figure 6: Connecting a VT200-Series Console Terminal
DECconnect Office
Cable
Adapter H8571-A
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You are now ready to set the controls on your system.
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6 Set System Controls
The system controls are on the mass storage devices, the system control
panel (SCP), the CPU cover panel, and the power supply panel. The mass
storage devices include Integrated Storage Elements (ISEs) and the tape
drives.
6.1 Setting Controls on the System Power Supply
Check the setting of the power switch on the system power supply shown
in Figure 7.
The power switch is near the top. It should be off (set at 0).
6.2 Setting Controls on the System Control Panel (SCP)
Check the setting of the Halt button on the SCP shown in Figure 7.
The Halt button is to the right of the mass storage devices. That button
should be set to the out position.
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Figure 7: System Controls and Indicators—Power Supply and System
Control Panel
System Control
Panel
Over Temperature
Warning Indicator
DC OK Indicator
Halt Button
Restart Button
Power Supply
Power Switch
AC Present Indicator
DC OK Indicator
Fan Failure
Indicator
Over Temperature
Condition Indicator
Power Bus
Connectors
Power Cable
Connector
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6.3 Setting Controls on the RF-Series Integrated Storage
Elements (ISEs)
Check the settings on each RF-series ISE. One such ISE is shown in
Figure 8.
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Write-Protect button.
The Write-Protect button is on the right side of each front panel. Make
sure that button is in the out (write-enabled, button not lit) position.
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Run/Ready button.
The Run/Ready button is to the left of the Write-Protect button. Make
sure that button is in the in (on-line, button lit) position.
RZ-series ISEs do not have Write-Protect and Run/Ready buttons.
6.4 Setting Controls on the CPU Cover Panel
Check the settings on the CPU cover panel shown in Figure 8. That panel
covers backplane slots 2 and 3.
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Operation switch.
That three-position rotary switch determines how your system powers
up. The factory setting is Normal mode, indicated by an arrow. Set
the switch to the Action mode (the uppermost position, indicated by a
human profile) before you turn on your system the first time.
NOTE: If the system self-tests (step 10) complete successfully, set the
switch back to Normal.
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Baud Rate switch.
The Baud Rate switch is a rotary (dial) switch on the inside of the CPU
cover panel near the top. The factory setting is position 5 (9600). The
system and the console terminal must be set to the same baud rate to
communicate.
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Function switch.
The factory setting is break disabled (down), indicated by a dot outside
a circle. Leave the switch set to disable while you start the system for
the first time and run diagnostic firmware to test the system. Then set
the switch to enable (up), indicated by a dot inside a circle. With break
enabled (and the Operation switch set to Normal), the system enters
Normal mode when powered up, as indicated by the console prompt
(>>).
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Figure 8: System Controls and Indicators—RF-Series ISE and CPU
Cover Panel
RF-Series ISE
Run/Ready
Button
Write-Protect
Button
Bus Node
ID Plug
Fault Indicator
CPU Cover Panel
LED Display
Function
Switch
Operation Switch
Modified
Modular Jack
Standard
Ethernet
Connector
Ethernet
Connector Switch
ThinWire Ethernet
Connector
MLO-004972
6.5 Setting Controls on the Tape Drive
If a TK70 tape drive is installed, make sure the cartridge insert/release
handle, shown in Figure 9, is closed (pushed in).
You do not have to set controls on the TLZ04 tape drive for system
installation.
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Figure 9: System Controls and Indicators—Tape Drives
TK70 TAPE DRIVE
Orange Light
Yellow Light
Green Light
Unload Button
Handle
TLZ04 TAPE DRIVE
Unload Button
Green Light
Yellow Light
MLO-005341
You are now ready to connect additional devices to the system.
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7 Connect Additional Devices to the System
You can connect additional devices at this time, or you can complete the
installation and load system software before connecting additional devices.
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If you have devices that must be installed before you install software,
install them now.
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Otherwise, skip to Section 8 if you prefer to connect additional devices
later.
Use the following instructions when you are ready to connect the devices.
CAUTION: To prevent equipment damage, make sure the power switch on
the system power supply is set to off (0).
Make all connections directly to the appropriate module cover.
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Begin with the module at the far right.
•
As you complete connections for each module, move left to the next
module.
The following numbered sections explain how to connect each type of device.
To help you make the proper connections, each module cover has an
identifying label at the top. That label contains the option number and
module number. Table 1 lists the identifying labels for all modules you may
see on your system. Use the table to identify the modules as you connect
additional devices to your system. Not all modules require additional
connections.
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Table 1: Module Identification Labels
Module Number
Option Number
Description
M7637
KN220–AA
System CPU module
M7638
KN220–AA
System I/O module
M7639–AA
MS220–AA
System memory, 32 megabytes
M3127–PA
DESQA
Ethernet adapter
M3118–YA
CXA16
16-line asynchronous serial interface (RS–423–
A, no modem support)
M3118–YB
CXB16
16-line asynchronous serial interface (RS–422,
noise immune)
M3119–YA
CXY08
8-line asynchronous serial interface (full modem
support)
M7957
DSV11
2-line synchronous serial interface (full modem
support)
M7164, M7165
KDA50
Intelligent board controller (RA-series disks)
M7559–PA
TQK70
TK70 tape drive controller
M7546–PA
TQK50
TK50 tape drive controller
M7206–PA
TSV05
TS05 tape drive controller (old)
M7530
TSV05
TS05 tape drive controller (new)
M7740–PA
KLESI
RV20 optical disk or TU81E tape controller
M7552–PA
KRQ50
RRD40 CDROM tabletop controller
M7769
KFQSA
DSSI mass-storage (RF-series ISE) adapter
M5976–SA
KZQSA
Q-bus Small Computer System Interface (SCSI)
controller
M8086–SA
LPV11
Dual parallel printer interface
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CAUTION: Do not operate the system without Digital module covers. They
are required to protect the equipment and to meet international regulatory
standards. Do not substitute other covers as they may not meet the required
specifications.
Operating the system without the module covers has the following
consequences.
•
The system may overheat due to inadequate air circulation.
•
The system will not comply with FCC and VDE requirements for
electrostatic shielding and may produce electrical interference that
affects other equipment.
•
The system is susceptible to electrical interference or damage from
external sources.
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7.1 Connect Terminals and Serial Printers
You can connect up to 16 terminals and/or serial printers for each CXA16 or
CXB16 module installed in the system. If your site was prepared properly,
the lines for the additional terminals and printers are clearly labeled and
terminate near the system.
•
You do not connect the terminals and printers directly to the system,
but to a cable concentrator (H3104) which has connections for up to
eight terminals and printers.
•
You then connect the cable concentrator to the system with a BC16D
cable.
Two H3104 cable concentrators and two BC16D cables for each CXA16
module are shipped with the system.
Connect the additional terminals and printers as follows.
1. Find the H3104 cable concentrator and BC16D cable.
2. Feed one end of the BC16D cable under the system from the back or
side and insert it in the connector.
•
If you are connecting both BC16D cables, connect the first to the
connector labeled 8–15 on the CXA16 module cover.
•
If you are connecting only one BC16D cable, connect that cable to
the connector labeled 0–7.
Lock the connector in place by using the bail latches shown in
Figure 10.
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Figure 10: Connecting Devices to the CXA16 Module
Bail
Latches
BC16D
Cable
Feed Cable Under System
and Through Opening
MLO-004963
3. Insert the other end of the BC16D cable in the cable concentrator shown
in Figure 11. Lock the connector in place by using the bail latches.
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Figure 11: Connecting Devices to the Cable Concentrator
H3104 Cable
Concentrator
(Rear View)
BC16D Cable
H3104 Cable
Concentrator
(Front View)
Modified
Modular Jack
Bail
Latches
To Terminals
and Printers
To Host
MLO-002274
4. Connect each printer and terminal cable to one of the modified modular
jacks on the cable concentrator as shown in Figure 11.
5. If you have not done so, connect the remote terminal or printer to the
other end of the cable. Your terminal or printer documentation shows
how to connect the cable. If the printer or terminal does not have a
modified modular jack connection, use a passive adapter (H8571–A),
available in 25-pin and 9-pin models.
Follow the same procedure for connecting a second BC16D cable to the
CXA16 module, except insert the cable in the connector labeled 0–7.
You can mount the cable concentrator on a wall. Wall mounting keeps
cables off the floor. Use two screws as shown in Figure 12.
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Figure 12: Mounting the Cable Concentrator
To Wall
MLO-000651
NOTE: Be sure you mount the cable concentrator less than 7.6 meters (25
feet) from the system, to ensure the BC16D cable reaches the system.
7.2 Connect Parallel Printers to the System
You can connect up to two parallel printers for each LPV11 module installed
in your system.
Connect parallel printers to the LPV11 module as follows.
1. Find the BC27L–30 cable(s).
2. Feed one end of the first BC27L cable under the system from the back
or side. Then insert it in the connector labeled J1 on the LPV11 module
cover. Lock the connector in place by using the bail latches.
3. Insert the other end of the BC27L cable in the printer.
Follow the same procedure for connecting a second printer to the LPV11
module, except insert the cable in the connector labeled J2 on the LPV11
module cover.
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7.3 Connect Synchronous Modems to the System
You can connect up to two synchronous modems for each DSV11 module
installed in your system.
Connect a synchronous modem to a DSV11 module using the protocol
adapter and extension cables as follows.
1. Feed the socket end of the 0.6-meter (24-inch) adapter cable (BC19–
B/D/E/F) under the system from the back or side and connect it to the
DSV11 module. Tighten the two screws on the cable connector using
the screwdriver shipped with your system.
2. Connect the extension cable (BC55D, BC22F or BC19L) to the other end
of the adapter cable. Secure the cables by tightening the two screws at
the connection.
3. Connect the other end of the extension cable to the modem. Refer to
your modem documentation for the location of the connector and for
instructions on using the modem.
7.4 Connect Asynchronous Modems to the System
You connect asynchronous modem lines to the CXY08 module which
supports up to eight lines.
To connect a modem to a CXY08 module:
1. Find the BC19N–12 cable.
2. Feed one end of the cable under the system and insert it in the connector
as shown in Figure 13.
•
If you are connecting both BC19N–12 cables, connect the first to
the connector labeled 4–7 on the CXY08 module cover.
•
If you are connecting only one cable, connect the cable to the
connector labeled 0–3.
Lock the connector in place with the bail latches.
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Figure 13: Connecting a Modem to a CXY08 Module
Bail
Latches
BC19N-12
Cable
Assembly
Feed Cable Under System
and Through Opening
MLO-004964
3. Attach a modem to one of the four connectors at the opposite end of
the cable. If you want to place the modem farther away from the
system, attach a BC22F modem cable between the cable assembly and
the modem. Refer to your modem documentation for the location of the
connector and for instructions on using the modem.
Repeat the same procedure for connecting a second BC19N cable, except
insert the cable in the connector labeled 0–3.
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7.5 Connect to an Ethernet Network at the CPU Cover Panel
The system CPU module contains an Ethernet controller. By way of the
CPU cover panel, you can connect the system to a network using standard
or ThinWire Ethernet cabling.
The Ethernet Connector switch on the CPU cover panel activates a standard
or ThinWire connector.
•
To select standard Ethernet, slide the switch up.
•
To select ThinWire Ethernet, slide the switch down.
The indicator next to the selected connector should be lit when the system
is powered up, indicating an active connection.
CAUTION: To avoid disrupting the network, turn off the system before you
select a connector.
7.5.1 ThinWire Network Connection at the CPU Cover Panel
Make a ThinWire network connection at the CPU cover panel as follows.
1. Find the T-connector, terminators, and cable clamp shown in Figure 1.
Figure 14 shows how the T-connector, terminators, and ThinWire cable
connectors fit together.
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Figure 14: ThinWire Cable, T-Connector, and Terminator
Connector
Connector
T-Connector
Terminator
MLO-000659
2. Plug the T-connector into the ThinWire connector on the CPU cover
panel. Turn the T-connector clockwise until it locks in place.
3. Connect the ThinWire Ethernet cable to the T-connector as shown in
Figure 15.
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Figure 15: Making a ThinWire Ethernet Connection at the CPU Cover
Panel
Ethernet
Connector
Switch
Terminator
T-Connector
ThinWire
Feed Cable Under System
and Through Opening
MLO-004965
•
If your system requires one connection to the network, connect the
ThinWire cable to the lower end of the T-connector and connect a
terminator to the other end of the T-connector. Push in and turn
the connector or terminator clockwise until it locks in place.
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•
If your system is a link in a network and connects to two additional
components, connect one ThinWire cable to one end of the Tconnector and connect a second ThinWire cable to the other end.
Push in and turn the connectors clockwise until they lock in place.
4. Use the cable clamp to form the upper cable in a loop approximately 10
centimeters (4 inches) in diameter as shown in Figure 16.
Figure 16: Forming the Upper Cable in a Loop at the CPU Cover Panel
Minimum
Recommended
Bend Radius is
44.5 mm (1.75 in)
Cable Clamp
MLO-004020
5. The ThinWire cable can be connected to one of the following devices.
•
A ThinWire Ethernet Multiport Repeater (DEMPR) connected to a
baseband Ethernet cable, which can connect up to eight ThinWire
segments in a local area network
•
A ThinWire Ethernet Singleport Repeater (DESPR) connected to
a baseband Ethernet cable, which can connect to one ThinWire
segment
•
A ThinWire Ethernet adapter in another DECsystem 5500 system
Digital network publications explain the types of network configurations
possible.
NOTE: Contact your network manager or Digital service representative if
you have questions about network configurations.
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When the ThinWire cable is connected to a DEMPR or DESPR, the ground
is provided by the DEMPR or DESPR chassis. If you are using a singlesegment ThinWire Ethernet local area network (LAN) with no DEMPR or
DESPR, you may need to ground the ThinWire connector on the CPU cover
panel.
CAUTION: Each ThinWire Ethernet segment must have only one grounding
point.
To ground a single-segment ThinWire network at the CPU cover panel:
1. Remove the steel nut, lock washer, and plastic washer from the
ThinWire Ethernet connector on the CPU cover panel as shown in
Figure 17.
Figure 17: Grounding the ThinWire Ethernet at the CPU Cover Panel
ThinWire Ethernet Connector
Plastic Washer
Lock Washer
Steel Nut
MLO-004021
2. Discard the plastic washer.
3. Replace and tighten the lock washer and the steel nut.
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7.5.2 Standard Network Connection at the CPU Cover Panel
Make a standard network connection at the CPU cover panel as follows.
1. Find the Ethernet transceiver cable. It has a plug at one end and a
socket at the other end.
2. Make sure the lock on the standard Ethernet connector on the CPU
cover panel is in the up position. Then feed the plug end of the
cable under the system and insert it in the connector. Slide down the
lock to secure the connection. Figure 18 shows a standard Ethernet
connection.
Figure 18: Making a Standard Ethernet Connection at the CPU Cover
Panel
Ethernet
Connector
Switch
Standard
Ethernet
Connector
Sliding Lock
Feed Cable Under System
and Through Opening
MLO-004966
3. Connect the other end of the cable to one of the following devices.
•
An H4000 or H4005 transceiver located on a traditional baseband
Ethernet cable
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•
A DELNI interconnect connected to a baseband Ethernet cable,
which connects up to eight systems in a local area network
•
A DESTA adapter, which connects the Ethernet transceiver cable
to ThinWire Ethernet cabling
Digital network publications explain the types of network configurations
possible.
7.6 Connect to an Ethernet Network at the DESQA Module
Your system may have a second Ethernet controller, the DESQA module,
with an Ethernet Connector switch that lets you accommodate ThinWire or
standard Ethernet cabling. Figure 19 shows the location of the Ethernet
Connector switch.
Figure 19: DESQA ThinWire/Standard Ethernet Connector Switch
Ethernet Connector
Switch
MLO-004023
You can use the Ethernet Connector switch to select a ThinWire or a
standard Ethernet connector.
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•
When the switch is set to the out position, the ThinWire connector is
selected.
•
When the switch is set to the in position, the standard connector is
selected.
An indicator next to the connector lights when the system is powered up to
indicate which connector is selected.
CAUTION: Turn off your system before you select a connector to avoid
disrupting the network.
7.6.1 ThinWire Network Connection at the DESQA Module
A T-connector and two terminators are on the DESQA module. Figure 20
shows how the ThinWire cable connectors, T-connector, and terminator fit
together.
Figure 20: ThinWire Cable, T-Connector, and Terminator
Connector
Connector
T-Connector
Terminator
MLO-000659
Make a ThinWire network connection at the DESQA module as follows.
1. Remove the T-connector from the module.
counterclockwise until it unlocks.
Push in and turn it
2. Remove the terminators from the T-connector. Push in and turn them
counterclockwise until they unlock.
3. Connect the ThinWire Ethernet cable to the T-connector as shown in
Figure 21.
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Figure 21: Making a ThinWire Ethernet Connection at the DESQA
Module
ThinWire Ethernet
Connector
T-Connector
Feed Cable Under System
and Through Opening
MLO-004967
•
If your system requires one connection to the network, connect the
ThinWire cable to the lower end of the T-connector and connect a
terminator to the other end of the T-connector. Push in and turn
the connector or terminator clockwise until it locks in place.
•
If your system is a link in a network and connects to two additional
components, connect one ThinWire cable to one end of the Tconnector and connect a second ThinWire cable to the other end.
Push in and turn the connectors clockwise until they lock in place.
4. Insert the T-connector in the ThinWire connector on the DESQA module
as shown in Figure 21. Push in and turn the T-connector clockwise until
it locks in place.
5. Use the cable clamp shown in Figure 1 to form the upper cable in a
loop approximately 10 centimeters (4 inches) in diameter as shown in
Figure 22.
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Figure 22: Forming the Upper Cable in a Loop at the DESQA Module
Minimum
Recommended
Bend Radius is
44.5 mm (1.75 in)
Cable Clamp
MLO-004020
6. The ThinWire cable can be connected to one of the following devices.
•
A ThinWire Ethernet Multiport Repeater (DEMPR) connected to a
baseband Ethernet cable, which can connect up to eight ThinWire
segments in a local area network
•
A ThinWire Ethernet Singleport Repeater (DESPR) connected to
a baseband Ethernet cable, which can connect to one ThinWire
segment
•
A ThinWire Ethernet adapter in another DECsystem 5500 system
Digital network publications explain the types of configurations possible.
NOTE: Contact your network manager or Digital service representative if
you have questions about network configurations.
When the ThinWire cable is connected to a DEMPR or DESPR, the ground
is provided by the DEMPR or DESPR chassis. If you are using a singlesegment ThinWire Ethernet local area network with no DEMPR or DESPR,
you may need to ground the ThinWire connector on the DESQA module.
CAUTION: Each ThinWire Ethernet segment must have only one grounding
point.
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To ground a single-segment ThinWire network on the DESQA module,
connect a grounding clamp (90–08927–00) and an unshrouded T-connector
(12–25534–01) as shown in Figure 23.
Contact your Digital sales
representative concerning those parts.
Figure 23: Grounding the ThinWire Ethernet at the DESQA Module
Hole for Address
Label Carrier
Terminal Ring
Ground Wire
(14 AWG)
Grounding
Clamp
Terminator
T-Connector
ThinWire
MLO-000664
7.6.2 Standard Network Connection at the DESQA Module
Figure 24 shows a standard Ethernet network connection.
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Figure 24: Making a Standard Ethernet Connection at the DESQA
Module
Standard
Ethernet
Connector
Sliding Lock
Feed Cable Under System
and Through Opening
MLO-004968
Make a standard network connection at the DESQA module as follows.
1. Find the Ethernet transceiver cable. It has a plug at one end and a
socket at the other end.
2. Make sure the sliding lock on the standard Ethernet connector on the
DESQA module is in the up position.
3. Feed the plug end of the cable under the system and insert it in the
connector. Slide down the lock to secure the connection.
4. Connect the other end of the cable to one of the following devices.
•
An H4000 transceiver located on a traditional baseband Ethernet
cable
•
A DELNI interconnect connected to a baseband Ethernet cable,
which connects up to eight systems in a local area network
Digital network publications explain the types of network configurations
possible.
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8 Make the System-Expander Connections, if
Required
If you are not installing an expander with your system, skip to step 9.
If you are installing an expander with your system:
1. Install the expander as described in the document (addendum or
manual) shipped with the expander.
2. Return to this manual to connect the expander cable(s) to one or more
of the system connections shown in Figure 25. Make the following
connections as applicable:
•
Connect the two (crossed) Q-bus cables to the two Q-bus Out
connectors.
The Q-bus connectors should be in the left-most backplane slot.
•
Connect the DSSI cable to the DSSI Out connector, after removing
the DSSI terminator.
The DSSI Out connector is the lower connector on the left side of
the card cage.
•
Connect the SCSI cable to the lower SCSI In/Out connector.
The lower SCSI In/Out connector is near the right side of the card
cage (next to the power supply). Make sure a SCSI terminator or
another SCSI cable is connected to the upper SCSI In/Out connector.
NOTE: The SCSI In connector on the left side of the card cage
and the upper SCSI In/Out connector on the right side of the card
cage are used for connecting SCSI devices that are installed in the
system. If SCSI devices are installed in your system, a cable should
be connecting those two connectors.
•
Connect the Power Control Bus cable to the Power Bus Out (MO)
connector.
The Power Bus Out connector is on the power supply. It is the
top-most of three connectors stacked below the power (1/0) switch.
•
Connect the ground cable to the Ground Wire Out bolt.
The Ground Wire Out bolt is on the power supply. It is to the right
of the three power bus connectors.
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Figure 25: System Connections for Expanders
Q-bus
Out
SCSI
In/Out
Power
Bus Out
Ground
Wire Out
SCSI
In
Q-bus
Out
SCSI
In/Out
DSSI
Out
Feed Cables Under System
and Through Opening.
MLO-005197
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3. Complete the installation of the expander as described in the expander
document.
4. Complete the installation of your system by completing the steps
remaining in this manual.
9 Connect the System Power Cable
NOTE: This system contains an automatic voltage-selection power supply.
Voltage selection is not required prior to installation.
Connect the power cable to the system as follows.
1. Make sure the system power (1/0) switch, shown in Figure 26, is set to
off (0), and make sure all devices connected to the system are turned
off.
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Figure 26: Power Supply Panel
Power Supply
Power Switch
AC Present Indicator
DC OK Indicator
Fan Failure
Indicator
Over Temperature
Condition Indicator
Power Bus
Connectors
Power Cable
Connector
MLO-004969
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2. Find the system power cable.
3. Make sure the plug end of the power cable matches your wall outlet.
Several types of plugs are shown in Figure 27.
Figure 27: Power Cables
100 - 125 V
200 - 250 V
MLO-001861
4. Feed the opposite end of the cable under the system from the rear or
left and attach it to the power supply as shown in Figure 28.
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Figure 28: Attaching the Power Cable to the System
To Outlet
Feed Cable Under System
and Through Opening
MLO-004970
5. Insert the plug end of the power cable in your wall outlet.
You are now ready to turn on the system and select a language.
10 Turn On the System and Select a Language
The language you select controls only the language of the system messages
in the console program which is a part of the firmware in the CPU.
That firmware lets you give commands to the system and also generates
error messages. CPU firmware is described in your Technical Information
manual which is included in the Customer Hardware Information Kit.
Turn on your system and select a language as follows.
1. Turn on the console terminal and wait until it performs its self-tests
successfully.
2. If a B400X or R400X expander is connected to your system, turn on the
expander.
The AC indicator on the expander power supply should glow orange.
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3. Turn on the system by setting the power switch to on (1).
The AC Present indicator, next to that switch, should glow orange.
NOTE: If your system uses a B400X or R400X expander linked by a
Power Control Bus cable, the system power switch sends a power control
signal to the expander. Setting the power switch to on (1) causes the
expander to turn on as well.
Within a few moments, a Language Selection Menu should appear on
the console terminal as shown in Figure 29.
Figure 29: Language Selection Menu
KN220-A Vn.n
1) Dansk
2) Deutsch (Deutschland/Osterreich)
3) Deutsch (Schweiz)
4) English (United Kingdom)
5) English (United States/Canada)
6) Español
7) Français (Canada)
8) Français (France/Belgique)
9) Français (Suisse)
10) Italiano
11) Nederlands
12) Norsk
13) Português
14) Suomi
15) Svenska
(1..15):
4. Select a language by typing the number corresponding to your choice
and pressing Return .
NOTE: If you do not select a language within 30 seconds, the system
defaults to English (United States/Canada). If you have an older
terminal that does not support multiple languages, the Language
Selection Menu does not appear and the system defaults to English.
After you select a language, the system runs its power-up self-tests.
Within a few moments the console terminal should display a series of
numbers as the system tests itself. The example in Figure 30 shows
that display after successful power-up tests.
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Figure 30: Successful Power-Up Tests
KN220-A Vn.n
Performing normal system tests.
83..82..81..80..79..78..77..76..75..74..73..72..71..70..69..68..67..
66..65..
?79 1 0A FF 0000 0000
64..63..62..61..60..59..58..57..56..55..54..53..52..51..50..
49..48..47..46..45..44..43..42..41..40..39..38..37..36..35..34..33..
32..31..30..29..28..27..26..25..24..23..22..21..20..19..18..17..16..
15..14..13..12..11..10..09..08..07..06..05..04..03..
Tests completed.
Memory Size: 67108864 (0x4000000) bytes
Ethernet Address: 08-00-2b-17-e9-60
>>
If the self-tests do not start or do not complete successfully, as shown in
Figure 30, your system may have a problem. For instructions on finding
the source of the problem, refer to your Troubleshooting and Diagnostics
manual which is included in the Customer Hardware Information Kit.
5. If the self-tests complete successfully, turn the Operation switch to
Normal, indicated by an arrow on the CPU cover panel as shown in
Figure 31. That saves the language you selected.
Figure 31: Setting the Operation Switch
MLO-004255
The final step of the installation is closing the system door.
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11 Close the System Door
If you plan to run the diagnostic software immediately following the
installation, leave the upper door open. If not, close the door as shown
in Figure 32.
Figure 32: Closing the Door
MLO-004971
1. Push gently at the top right of the upper door and the bottom right of
the lower door.
2. Turn the key to the middle or top position.
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12 After Installation
You should now read your system Operation manual to learn how to use
the system. You must know how to operate the system controls and the
tape drive before you install system software or run diagnostic software.
While optional, Digital strongly recommends that you run the diagnostic
software supplied with your system before you install system software. The
diagnostics:
•
Verify the system configuration.
•
Check to see if each device is working properly.
The diagnostic software is on a CDROM disk or on a tape cartridge labeled
MV DIAG CUST TK50. Your system Troubleshooting and Diagnostics
manual tells you how to run the diagnostic software.
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Index
A
Additional devices, connecting, 19
After installation, 49
Asynchronous modems, connecting,
26
Attaching
See Connecting
B
Baud rate set-up, 8
VT200-series terminals, 8
VT300-series terminals, 8
C
Checking
shipment, 1
site preparation, 1
Closing system door, 48
Connecting
additional devices, 19
asynchronous modems, 26
console terminal, 10
Ethernet at CPU cover panel, 28
Ethernet at DESQA module, 34
expander, 40
parallel printers, 25
power cable, 42
serial printers, 22
standard Ethernet at CPU cover
panel, 33
standard Ethernet at DESQA
module, 38
synchronous modems, 26
system power cable, 42
terminals and serial printers, 22
Connecting (Cont.)
ThinWire Ethernet at CPU cover
panel, 28
ThinWire Ethernet at DESQA
module, 35
VT200-series terminals, 12
VT300-series terminals, 10
Console terminal
baud rate set-up, 8
connecting, 10
connecting VT200-series, 12
connecting VT300-series, 10
global set-up, 9
installing, 7
set-up operations, 7
Controls
See also System controls
CPU cover panel, 16
RF-series Integrated Storage
Elements (ISEs), 16
system control panel (SCP), 14
system power supply, 14
tape drive, 17
CPU cover panel
connecting Ethernet, 28
controls, 16
standard Ethernet connection, 33
ThinWire Ethernet connection, 28
CXA16 module, 20
CXB16 module, 20
CXY08 module, 20
D
DESQA module, 20
connecting Ethernet, 34
standard Ethernet connection, 38
ThinWire Ethernet connection, 35
Index–1
Devices
See also Modules
connecting, 19
Door, opening system, 5
DSV11 module, 20
E
Ethernet
connecting at CPU cover panel,
28
connecting at DESQA module, 34
standard connection at CPU cover
panel, 33
standard connection at DESQA
module, 38
ThinWire connection at CPU
cover panel, 28
ThinWire connection at DESQA
module, 35
Expander, connecting, 40
G
Global set-up, console terminal, 9
I
Installing
See Connecting
Integrated Storage Elements
See RF-series Integrated
Storage Elements or RZseries Integrated Storage
Elements
ISEs
See RF-series Integrated
Storage Elements or RZseries Integrated Storage
Elements
KRQ50 module, 20
KZQSA module, 20
L
LPV11 module, 20
M
Modems
See Asynchronous modems or
Synchronous modems
Modules
CXA16, 20
CXB16, 20
CXY08, 20
DESQA, 20
DSV11, 20
KDA50, 20
KFQSA, 20
KLESI, 20
KN220–AA, 20
KRQ50, 20
KZQSA, 20
LPV11, 20
MS220–AA, 20
TQK50, 20
TQK70, 20
TSV05, 20
Moving system, 4
MS220–AA module, 20
N
Network
See Ethernet
O
Opening system door, 5
K
P
KDA50 module, 20
KFQSA module, 20
KLESI module, 20
KN220–AA module, 20
Parallel printers, connecting, 25
Performing console terminal set-up
operations, 7
Positioning system, 4
Index–2
RF-series Integrated Storage
Elements (ISEs), controls,
16
RZ-series Integrated Storage
Elements (ISEs), 16
Standard Ethernet connection
(Cont.)
CPU cover panel, 33
DESQA module, 38
Synchronous modems, connecting,
26
System, turning on and selecting
language, 45
System Control Panel (SCP)
controls, 14
System controls, setting, 14
System door
closing, 48
opening, 5
System-expander connections, 40
System positioning, 4
System power cable, connecting, 42
System power supply, controls, 14
S
T
SCP
See System Control Panel
Selecting language, 45
Serial printers, connecting, 22
Setting
console terminal baud rate, 8
console terminal global option, 9
controls on CPU cover panel, 16
controls on RF-series Integrated
Storage Elements (ISEs), 16
controls on system control panel
(SCP), 14
controls on system power supply,
14
controls on tape drive, 17
system controls, 14
VT200-series terminal baud rate,
8
VT300-series terminal baud rate,
8
Set-up operations
console terminal, 7
Shipment, checking, 1
Site preparation, checking, 1
Standard Ethernet connection
Tape drive controls, 17
Terminal
See Console terminal, VT200series terminals or VT300series terminals
Terminals and serial printers,
connecting, 22
ThinWire Ethernet connection
CPU cover panel, 28
DESQA module, 35
TQK50 module, 20
TQK70 module, 20
TSV05 module, 20
Turning on system and selecting
language, 45
Postinstallation
See After installation
Power cable
See System power cable
Power supply
See System power supply
Preparation, checking site, 1
Printers
See Parallel printers or Serial
printers
R
V
VT200-series terminals
baud rate set-up, 8
connecting, 12
VT300-series terminals
baud rate set-up, 8
connecting, 10
Index–3
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