BA213 Enclosure Maintenance I Order Number EK-189AA-MG-001

BA213  Enclosure  Maintenance I Order  Number  EK-189AA-MG-001

BA213 Enclosure Maintenance

Order Number EK-189AA-MG-001

I digital equipment corporation maynard, massachusetts

Oetober

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FCC NOTICE: The equipment described in this manual generates, uses, and may emit radio frequency energy. The equipment has been type tested and 'found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing device pursuant to Subpart

J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such radio frequency interference when operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential area may cause interference, in which case the user at his own expense may be required to take measures to corlect the interference.

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Contents

Preface

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Chapter 1 BA213 Enclosure Description

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1.2

1.3

1.4

1.5

1.5.1

1.5.2

1.5.3

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1.7

1.8

1.8.1

1.8.2

Introduction .......................................................... ..

Module Handles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Mass Storage Device Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Backplane ........ .. .. . .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. . . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..

System Controls and Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Controls and Indicators, RD-Series Drives . . . . . . . . . .

Controls and Indicators,

RA70

Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Controls and Indicators, RF -Series Drives . . . . . . . . . .

Power

Supply .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..

Fans .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..

Configuration Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Module Order and Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Configuration Worksheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Chapter 2 Installation

2.1

2.1.1

2.1.2

2.1.3

2.1.4

2.1.5

2.1.6

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2.2

2.3

Site Preparation Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Physical Dimensions,

BA213 in Pedestal . . . . . . . . . . .

Additional Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Static Electricity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Acoustics .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..

Heat Dissipation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Temperature and Humidity Values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Electrical Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Unpacking the Shipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Connecting the Console Tel'minal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2.4 Completing the Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8

2.4.1 Setting Controls' on the System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 2-9

2.4.2 Connecting the Power Cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9

2.4.3 Attaching the Front Door to the System. . . . . . . . . . .. 2-10

Chapter 3 BA213 FRU Removal and Replacement

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3.2

3.3

3.3.1

3.3.2

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3.7

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Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Removing the Front Door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Modules with BA200-Series Compatible Handles . . . . . .

Modules with Blank Covers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Media Faceplate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Fixed-Disk Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

TK -Series Tape Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Signal Distribution BoardlOCP Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Power Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

AC Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

AC Switch Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Fans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Backplane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Appendix A Related Documentation

Index

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1-1 BA213 Enclosure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2

1-2 BA213 in Pedestal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3

1-3 BA213 in H9644 Cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4

1-4 BA213 in Dual-Cabinet System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5

1-5 BA200-Series Module Handles and Covers. . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7

1-6 BA213 Chassis and Mass-Storage Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9

1-7 Sliding Tracks, RD and TK50 Drives. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1-11 iv

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1-8 BA213 Backplane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-9 Lock and Key Positions. . . . . . . . . ". . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-10 Controls and Indicators, RD Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-11 RD Signal Distribution Assembly (Outside) . . . . . . . . . . .

1-12 RD Signal Distribution Board (Inside) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-13 RA70 Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-14 RA-Series OCP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-15 RF -Series Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-16 RF-Series OCP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-17 BA213 Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-18 BA213 Power Supply Shutdown Sequence . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-19 BA213 AC Line Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-20 BA213 Fans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-21 BA213 Configuration Worksheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2-1 System Dimensions, BA213 in Pedestal . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2-2 System Shipping Carton Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2-3 Sliding the System into Place . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2-4 Connecting the Console Terminal (Example) . . . . . . . . . . .

3-1 Removing the BA213 Front Door (Pedestal System) . . . . . .

3-2 Opening the BA213 Front Door (H9644 Cabinet System) ..

3-3 Releasing Quarter-Tum Captive Screws . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3-4 Removing a Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3-5 Removing the Media Faceplate (Example) . . . . . . . . . . . .

3-6 Releasing Captive Screws (Example) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3-7 Disconnecting RD-Series Drive Cables (Example) . . . . . . .

3-8 Removing an RD-Series Drive (Example) . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3-9 Releasing TK-Series Captive Screws (Example) . . . . . . . . .

3-10 Removing TK -Series Cabling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3-11 Removing a TK-Series Drive (Example) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3-12 Removing the OCP, RA Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3-13 Removing the Signal Distribution Board, RD Drives . . . . .

3-14 Removing the OCP, RF Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3-15 Removing the Power Supply Cabling and Screws . . . . . . . .

3-16 Removing the Metal Grill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3-17 Removing the Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3-18 Disconnecting AC Input Cable from Fan Area . . . . . . . . . .

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3-19 Removing AC Filter Screws . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 3-30

3-20 Removing the AC Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 3-30

3-21 Removing the AC Switch Connector Screws . . . . . . . . . .. 3-32

3-22 Removing the AC Switch Assembly Nuts . . . . . . . . . . . . , 3-33

3-23 Removing the Fan Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ., 3-34

3-24 Removing the Fan Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 3-35

3-25 Removing the Backplane Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 3-36

3-26 Removing the Backplane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 3-37

Tables

1-1 BA200-Series Module Handle and Cover Types. . . . . . . .. 1-8

1-2 BA213 Enclosure Mass Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9

1-3 RD-Series Controls and Indicators .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1-17

1-4 RA70 Drive Front Panel Controls and Indicators . . . . . . . , 1-21

1-5 RF-Series Controls and Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-24

1-6 Power Supply Indicators. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1-27

1-7 Power and Bus Loads, BA200-Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2-1 Temperature and Relative Humidity Values . . . . . . . . . . .

2-2 MicroVAX II, MicroPDP Electrical Requirements . . . . . . . .

2-3 MicroVAX 3500 Electrical Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2-5 2-4 240-Volt Power Cords . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2-5 Module Identification Labels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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3-1 BA213 FRUs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2

3-2 System-Specific BA213 FRUs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 3-3

3-3 Shock-Mounting Hardware, BA213 Enclosure. . . . . . . . .. 3-3

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Preface

This guide provides reference, installation, and maintenance information for the BA213 enclosure. This enclosure is intended for MicroPDP-ll and

MicroVAX systems.

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This document is intended only for DIGITAL Field Service personnel and qualified self-maintenance customers .

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This guide has three chapters and one appendix.

Chapter 1 provides an overview of the system enclosure, describing controls, mass storage area and capacity, backplane, signal distribution, power distribution,

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connections, and configuration guidelines .

Chapter 2 lists site preparation considerations, and shows how to install the BA213 office pedestal configuration.

Chapter 3 describes how to remove and replace field replaceable units

(FRUs). The beginning of the chapter contains a list of these FRUs.

Appendix A contains a list of related documentation.

ings, Cautions, and Notes

Warnings, cautions, and notes appear throughout this guide. They have the following meanings:

WARNING Provides infoIlnation to prevent personal injury.

CAUTION PiOvides information to prevent damage to equipment or software.

NOTE Provides general information about the current topic.

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BA213 Enclosure Description

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The

BA213 enclosure (Figure

1-1) is available in the following configurations:

• in an EIA (Electronic Industries Association) rack (fol'merly RETMA)

• in a NEMA (National Electronics Manufacturing Association) enclosme

(wall mount)

• in a pedestal, for office use (Figure

1-2)

• in an H9644 40-inch cabinet (Figure 1-3)

• in a dual-cabinet system (Figure 1-4)

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Figure 1-1: BA213 Enclosure

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RESET

SWITCH

CIRCUIT

BREAKER __

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POWER

SUPPLY

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RESET

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There are two main differences between modules used in a BA200-series enclosure and those used in other system enclosures:

• Modules that connect to external devices have bulkhead handles with the I/O connector on the handle. The handles replace the insert panels and internal cabling found in BA23 and BA123 enclosures. This design is easier to maintain since it eliminates problems caused by faulty internal cabling.

• Modules that do not have external I/O connections (such as memory modules) have blank bulkhead covers.

The module handles and blank covers form an electrical noise seal that complies with requirements for electromagnetic interference (EMI) by

(1) keeping radio frequency interference generated by the system in the enclosure, and (2) keeping external radio frequencies from entering the enclosure. The module handles and blank covers also help guarantee proper airflow.

Each handle or cover has two captive quarter-turn Phillips screws to hold the module in the card cage. Module handles also have release levers to help install or remove the module from the card cage.

There four basic types of handles and covers used for BA200-series compatible modules (Figure 1-5): single-width flush handle single-width recessed handle single-width blank covers dual-width blank covers

Between Flush and Recessed Handles

When you use a flush-handle module next to a recessed-handle module, you must install a metal filler plate (Figure 1-5) between the modules. Without the filler plate, circuitry on a flush-handle module adjacent to the recessedhandle module is exposed. The filler plate (part number

70-2450~1) has four sets of finger stock that provide an effective chassis ground between the handles. Flush handles and covers have screw holes at the top and bottom of each side for the installation of this filler plate.

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Figure 1-5: BA200-Series Module Handles and Covers

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BLANK COVER

DUAL·WIDTH

BLANK COVER

SINGLE·WIDTH SINGLE·WIDTH

FLUSH HANDLE RECESSED HANDLE

FILLER

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Some modules have special configurations, such as the dual-width panel with I/O connector for the KA630 and KA640 CPUs. Table 1-1 describes common variations.

Table 1-1: BA200-Series Module Handle and Cover Types

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Number Description

Single·width blank cover

70-23981-01 Covers one backplane slot in the following cases:

• Covers a standard Q22-bus module that does not have external

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connectors (for exam· pie, a TQK50).

• Covers an unused slot (slots 2 through 10).

Dual-width blank cover

Single· width recessed handle

Single-width flush handle

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Dual-width cover with

110

H3600-SA

Dual-width cover H3601-SA with

110

Dual-width cover H3602-SA with

110

If you install this type of cover next to a module with a recessed handle, you must add a metal filler plate to main· tain FCC compliance. See Section 1.2.

Covers backplane slots 11 and 12. The cover has a cutout at the top for routing cables from (1) an RQDX3 in slot

12, and (2) a TQK50 module to the mass storage devices mounted above the card cage.

Used on modules designed for a BA200-series enclosure. The handle is riveted to the module. This style is the preferred handle for all BA213 modules with external I/O connectors. The CXA16 and CXY08 communi· cation modules use this type of handle.

Used when a recessed handle would interfere with the module circuitry or

110

connector. The flush handle is also riveted to the module. The

KNll-

S (a MicroPDP-11 processor) and DEQNA-S Ether· net controller have flush handles.

For the KA630 and KA650 CPU modules. The cover is not attached to the CPU.

For the KDJ11-BF CPU module. The cover is not at· tached to the CPU.

For the KA640 CPU module. The cover is not at· tached to the CPU.

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Storage Device Area

The BA213 enclosure has a mass storage area above the card cage

(Figure

1~), which can contain a combination of standard 13.3-cm (5.25in) mass storage devices. For example, one RF30 and two RF71s can be installed, for a total disk capacity of 950M bytes. Table 1-2 lists the maximum number of each type of supported mass storage device.

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Drive Type

Number of Supported

Drives (Max.)

RA70 fixed-disk

RD53 fixed-disk

RD54 fixed-disk

RF30 fixed-disk

RF71 fixed-disk

TK50 tape

TK70 tape

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560

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477

450

1200

95

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Data Capacity

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Mass storage devices Me mounted sideways on shock-mounting hardware.

A sliding track is attached to the each side of the mass storage device. One shock-resistant support attaches to the upper part of the mass storage area, and one attaches to the bottom of the mass storage area. The supports are attached by two screws enclosed in rubber shock bushings. This shockmounting hardware is different, depending on the type of device. See

Table 3-3 for the part numbers of the sliding tracks and shock-resistant supports. drives face the rear of the BA213, providing easy access to the drive signal and power cables. TK-series tape drives face the front of the

BA213.

If you install a replacement drive, you must first remove the skid plate that is shipped on the drive, then install the shock-mounting hardware.

Figure 1-7 shows RD and TK drives with BA200-series sliding tracks.

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Figure 1-7: Tracks, RD and TK50 Drives

SLIDING

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1.4 Backpl

The BA213 has a 12-s1ot, quad-height backplane (Figure 1-8). The backplane is a 26.3 x 40.7-cm (11.9 x 16-in) assembly with 24 press-pin connector blocks. The space between each backplane slot is 2.4-cm

(0.95-

in). The backplane's printed circuit board is a one-layer, two-sided etch board.

All 12 backplane slots are QlCD slots. That is, the AB rows of all 12 slots contain the Q22-bus, and the CD rows of all slots contain the CD interconnect.

The backplane is bounded and cannot be expanded. It supports 32 equivalent ac loads and 20 dc loads from all the modules installed in the backplane.

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load

is the amonnt of capacitance a module presents to a bus signal line. One ac load equals 9.35 picofarads (pt). A de load is the amount of dc leakage a module presents to a bus signal line. One dc load is approximately 105 microamperes

(J,1A).

The backplane presents 5.6 ac loads to the Q22-bus.

A ribbon cable connects the backplane to the signal distribution board. This cable cal'l'ies the DCOK., POK., +5 Vdc, and signal ground lines for the DC

OK LED and disk activity lights on the front of the system. The lO-pin cable connector is on the upper right of the backplane.

The backplane has two 56-pin edge board connectors. The connector near slot 1 supplies power to backplane slots 1 to 6. The connector near slot 12 supplies power to backplane slots 7 to 12.

The backplane also has a 4-pin power connector on the right side for a cable to the two dc fans below the card cage.

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Figure 1-a: BA213 Backplane

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Load Module

The BA213 enclosure may contain a quad-height load module (M9060-YA).

You must install a load module in one of backplane slots 7 through 12 if the continuous minimum current drawn on the second power supply is less than 5 amperes_ If the minimum current of 5 amperes is not reached, the power supply enters an error mode and shuts down the system.

See

Table 1-7 and the configuration worksheet (Figure 1-21).

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Controls Indicators

The BA213 enclosure has the following controls and indicators on the front panel:

• On/off power switch with ac power LED

• DC OK LED

• CPU halt button

• Disk drive controls and indicators (system dependent, described below)

The BA213 also has two system reset buttons, one on each power supply.

See

Figure 1-1.

NOTE:

BA213 enclosures containing RD-series drives, and some BA213 enclosures containing RA-series drives do not have

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halt button. To halt

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Micro VAX CPU in such

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Some of these system controls and indicators are mounted on the front panel, behind a smoked plastic window. The panel has a 3-position lock that detel mines which controls you can access. You can lower the window by tmning the lock's universal key to position 2 or 3 (Figure 1-9). The level of access is as follows:

1. No access to controls. Disk, tape drive, and DC OK LEDs are visible.

2. Access to disk drive and tape drive controls.

3. Access to on/off power switch and latch to remove or open front door.

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ACCESS TO TK

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ACCESS TO

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ON/OFF SWITCH

AND FRONT DOOR

- - - - - - - - RELEASE LATCH

Disk drive and tape drive controls are different, depending on the type of drive installed. The differences are described in the following sections.

Additional controls, such as console baud rate select and power-up mode, ale on the CPU 110 panel. These controls are accessible only by removing the front door, and vary depending on the CPU. Refer to the applicable

CPU maintenance manual for a description of the controls on the CPU 110 panel.

Each power supply has indicators, described in Table 1-6.

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1.5.1 Controls and Indicators, RD-Series Drives

In addition to the controls and indicators listed in Section 1.5, a BA213 containing RD-series drives contains controls and indicators on its front panel (Figure

1-10).

Their functions are described in Table 1-3.

Figure

1-10:

Controls and Indicators, RD Drives

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WRITE-PROTECT

SWITCHES

-ENABLED

WRITE-

::...- PROTECTED

,

FIXED-DISK

ACTIVITY LIGHTS

DC OK LED

_0 000121

----

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Table

1-3:

RD-Serles

Controll

Indicator

Setting Function

System

DC OK

(green

LED)

On

DC power is within regulation. otT DC power not present or not within regulation.

Write-Protect

(switches)

Activity lights

Up

Down

On

Off

The system can read from and write mal operating condition). to the (nor-

The system cannot write to the tem can still read from the disk.

The sys-

The system is reading from or writing to the disk.

The system is not accessing the disk.

A 50-conductor cable connects the RD-series signal distribution board to an

RQDX3 controller module in the card cage. Figure 1-11 shows the signal distribution board, and Figure 1-12 shows the connectors on the inside of the board.

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Figure 1-11: RD Signal

Assembly (Outside)

WRITE-PROTECT SWITCHES

(DOWN=WRITE PROTECT)

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DISK

ACTIVITY

LIGHTS

DCOK

LED

_0 000122

1-18

BA213 Enclosure Mai

Figure 1-12: RD Signal

TO RQDX3

CONTROLLER

TO

BACKPLANE

T03RD

DISK DRIVE

TO 2ND

DISK DRIVE

TO 1ST

DISK DRIVE

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1.5.2

Controls and Indicators, RA70 Drives

In addition to the controls and indicators listed in Section 1.5, a BA213 containing RA70 drives has controls and indicators on its front panel (called an operator console panel, or OCP) (Figure 1-13). Their functions are described in Table 1-4.

Figure 1-13: RA70 Controls

.

.

, J ;-,

A

READY WRITE-

FAU T

A

.

I

,

.

• i

I

-

---

.

-

-

-

9

I I

,

;

I

,

,

,

I

I~

I

-

--i i o

/

J

M.O

000124

--

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1-1: RA 70 Drive Front

Conti

01

Position

Run

Fault

Ready

Write-

Protect

A

B

Lit

Not Lit

Lit

Not Lit

Lit

Not Lit

Blinking

In Oitl

Out (not lit)

In (Iitl

Out (not lit)

In Oitl

Out (not lit)

Controls

Indicators

When this button and the Ready button lights, the disk drive is ready to use.

Data on the disk is not available.

Indicates an enor condition within the disk drive.

Indicates normal operating condition.

The disk drive is ready to read or write information on the disk if the Run/Stop button is also lit.

Indicates the drive is not ready to use.

Seek activity is occurring on the drive.

Disk is write-protected. Prevents system software from writing on the disk.

Disk is not write-protected. NOIllIal position for software operation. System software is to read or write information on the disk.

Normal operating position. The system can rommunicate with the disk drive through port

A.

The system cannot communicate with the disk drive through port A.

The system can communicate with the disk drive threugh port B.

Normal operating position. The system cannot communicate with the disk drive through port B.

One 20-conductor cable connects the OCP to each RA-series drive.

Figure

1-14 shows the internal connectors.

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Figure 1-14:

RA-Series

OCP

TO RA70

(LEFT SIDE)

TO RA70

(RIGHT SIDE)

-

TO

BACKPLANE

SIGNAL

DISTRIBUTION

ASSEMBLY

OPERATOR

CONSOLE

PANEL

... 0 000125

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1.5.3 Controls

Ind

RF-Series Drives

In addition to the controls and indicators listed in Section 1.5, a

BA213 containing RF -series drives has controls and indicators on its front panel

(called an operator console panel, or OCP) (Figure

1-15).

Their functions are described in Table 1-5.

Figure 1-15: RF-Series Controls

RESTART

DRIVE SELECT

PLUGS

DRIVE FAULTS

(REDI

WRITE-PROTECT

BUTIONS

READY

BUTIONS

SYSTEM DC

OK(GREENI

HALT

...0 00012&

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Table 1-5: RF·Series Controls and Indicators

Controll

Indicator

Setting Function

System DC OK

(green LED)

On DC power is within regulation.

Off DC power not present or not within regulation.

Drive Select Plug

(one for each drive)

Installed Sets DSSI address to number specified on plug (normal operating position). Plug must be installed if drive is present.

Removed DSSI address undefined. If drive is present, Drive Fault

LED will light.

Drive Fault

(red LED)

On

Off

Drive fault.

No fault (normal operation condition).

Write-Protect

(one for each drive)

Out

LED off

In

LED on

The system can read from and write to the disk (normal operating position).

The system cannot write to the disk. The system can still read from the disk.

Ready

(one for each drive)

Out

LED on

In

LED off

Disk is on-line (normal operation position). The system can read from and write to the disk.

Disk if off-line. The system cannot read from or write to the disk.

CPU Halt

In

LED on

Out

LED off

The CPU is in console tion program is running.

110 mode. The console emula-

The CPU can run system software. Normal operating p0sition.

Restart

(momentary contact)

Re-initializes system state. Reruns self tests. Work in progress is lost.

Standard system configurations use the right-side drive buttons for drive

0, the center buttons for drive

1, and the left-side buttons for drive 2. Drive select plugs are not interchangeable.

One lO-conductor cable connects the OCP to each RF-series drive

(Figure

1-16).

The OCP also contains two two-pin connectors for POK lines from the power supply. The POK signal is on all four lines, and is used to prevent excessive current draw by the disk drives at power-up.

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Figure 1-16: RF·Serles OCP

TO POK LEAD

LEFT POWER supp

Y

TOPOK LEAD

RIGHT POWER

SUPPLY lo-PIN

TO BACK PLANE

I O·PI N

TO RFO

0

0

..

..

..

..

..

>-

I

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0

0

0

DRIVE SELECT

PLUGS

IO·PIN

TO RF2

0

-{

r-

0

I

..

..

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RESTART

CPU ALT

SYSTEM DC

OK (GREEN)

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1.6 Power

Supply

The BA213 contains two modular power supplies (Figure 1-17). Each power supply plugs directly into the backplane via a 56-pin connector. Each power supply delivers the following maximum current.

7.0 amperes at +12 Vdc

33.0 amperes at +5 Vdc

Each power supply has an LED, and is also connected to an LED on the front panel and in the on/off switch. The functions of these LEOs are described in Table 1-6.

Figure 1-17: BA213 Power Supply

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SYSTEM

RESET

BUTTON

_ _ CIRCUIT

BREAKER

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Power Supply Indicators

Indicator Location

Function

AC power

OnIoff power switch

DC OK

Front panel

Power supply Front of power supply

Turns on when ac voltage is present at the input of the power supply.

Turns on when the dc power from the power supplies is within regulation. If this

LED turns off, check the dc power supply LED on each power supply to determine which supply failed.

Turns on when the dc output from the power supply is within regulation.

The combined maximum cunent at +12 Vdc and +5 Vdc must not consume more than 230 watts of power for each supply.

The two power supplies provide power to the following

Right power supBackplane slots 1 through 6, two right-side mass ply vices, and two dc fans under the card de-

Left power supply Backplane slots 7 through 12, two left-side maas

VICes de-

Mass storage devices receive power through a 9-pin MTA connector on the top front of each power supply. Each power supply also has a power indicator, system reset switch, and circuit breaker on the front.

The power supply enters and completes a shutdown sequence (Fig\li'e 1-18) whenever the

BPOK

H signal is negated. When

BPOKH is asserted high on the Q22-bus, the power system is in a state to allow nOI mal system operation. The following conditions negate

BPOK

H:

Temperature sensor triggered, possibly caused by fan failule

An overcullent condition

Input voltage greater than 132 VI illS or less than 88 VI JOs

BPOK

H and

BDCOK

H are parallel. If one power supply stal'ts to shut down and the other supply is still operating,

BPOK

Hand

BDCOK

H

81 e negated through a signal low from the power supply that is shutting down.

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Figure 1-18: BA213 Power Supply Shutdown Sequence

VALID AC

DC POWER

ALL

VOLTAGES - - - -

BOCOK H

BPOK H

(-I -> (-2-> (-3";>

( - - 4

~

(- 5

-> (-

6

->

+

7

~

(- 8

~

TAC TOC TOCOK TPOK TACF TPOKF TOCOKF TOCF TOCOK

1.

3 seconds max imum

2. 3 milliseconds fmsecl minimum

3. 70 msec minimum

5. 20 msec ride-through

7. 5 msec minimum

8. 3 msee minImum

The RF -series OCP contains two two-pin connectors for POK lines from the power supply. The POK signal is on all four lines, and is used to prevent excessive current draw by the disk drives at power-up.

An ac line filter distributes ac input power to the two power supplies. The filter (Figure 1-19) is under the left power supply area. Each power supply has a 12-hole (6-pin) ac input power connector at its base.

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Figure 1-19: BA213 AC Line Filter

ACSWITCH

_ASSEMBLY

CONNECTOR

LEFT POWER SUPPLY

CONNECTOR

AC LINE

CORD CONNECTOR

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1.7 Fans

The BA213 has two ll.4-cm (4.5-in) dc fans (Figure 1-20) below the card cage, which draw air into the top of the enclosure, through the mass storage area and card cage, and out the bottom of the enclosure. A temperature sensor in the power supply adjusts fan speed by varying the fan's input voltage based on the room temperature. The sensor adjusts input voltage to provide sufficient cooling, at minimum speed, for all combinations ofload.

The maximulll output is -12 Vdc at 45°C. The minimum is

-6

Vdc at 28°C.

Figure 1-20: BA213 Fans

o o o

POWER

CONNECTORS

Mlo-OOO'3 ,

-

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1.8 Configu ion Gu

Before changing a configuration in the BA213 enclosure, you must consider the following factors:

Module order in the backplane

Module configuration

Mass storage device configuration

When adding a device to a system, you must know the capacity of the system enclosure in these areas:

Number of backplane slots

Power limitation

Mass storage device space

1.8.1 Module Order

Configuration

Module order in the backplane is system depending on the CPU.

Refer to the applicable CPU maintenance manual for the preferred module order of a given syste.n.

For information on how to configure modules, refer to

Microsystems Options

(EK-192AA-MG),

which includes a complete listing of all supported options along with the following information for each module and device:

Ordering information

Operating system support

Diagnostic support

Option description

CSR addresses and intenupt vectors

LEOs

Loopback connectors

Self-tests

FRUs (if applicable)

Related documentation

1.8.2 Configuration Worksheet

Use Figure

1-21 to be sure a configuration does not exceed system limits for expansion space, power, and bus loads. If you use standard DIGITAL modules, you will not exceed the limits for bus loads.

When changing a configuration, use the worksheet as follows:

1.

On the worksheet, list all the devices already installed in the system.

2. List all the devices you plan to install in the system.

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3. Fill in the information for each device, using the data listed in

Table 1-7.

4. Add up the columns. Make sure the totals are within the limits for the enclosure.

NOTE:

Check the CPU documentation to determine which options are supported for a specific system.

Table 1-7: Power and Bus Loads, BA200-Series

(Amps)

Power Bus

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Aaels

Option Module +5V

+12 V Watts AC

AAVll-SA AlOO9-PA

1.8

ADVll-SA A1008-PA 3.2

AXVll-SA A02S-PA 2.0

CXA1S-M M3118-YA 1.6

CXBlS-M M3ll8-YB 2.0

CXY08-M

M3119-YA

1.64

DELQA-SA M751S-PA 2.7

DEQNA-SA M7504 3.5

DFA01 M3121-PA

1.97

DPVll-SA M8020-PA 1.2

DRQ3B SA M7658-PA 4.5

DRV1.J-SA

M8049-PA 1.8

DRV1W-SA M7651-PA

1.8

DZQl1-SA

M310S-PA 1.0

IBQOl-SA

M3125-PA 5.0

IEQll-SA

M8634-PA 3.5

KA620-AA M7478

6.2

KA630-AA M7606 6.2

KA650-AA

M7620-A 6.0

KDA5O-Ql

M7164

KDA5O-Q

M7165

2

Cor D rev

6.93 .

6.57

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.20

0.0

0.395

0.5

0.50

0.40

0.30

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.36

0.0

0.0

0.14

0.14

0.14

0.0

0.03

9.0

16.0

10.0

10.4

10.0

12.94

19.5

23.5

14.7

9.6

22.5

9.0

9.0

9.3

25.0

17.5

32.7

32.7

31.7

34.65

33.21

2.2

2.2

3.0

1.0

2.0

2.1

2.3

1.2

3.0

3.0

3.2 .

2.0

2.0

1.4

4.6

2.0

2.7

2.7

2.7

-

3.0

1

KDA5O-Q is a two-module set (M71641M7165). tal for both modules.

2The etch revision letter C, D, or E is part of the module part Dumber near the handle. For example, a part number uxxx-Ex-xx is a revisioD E module.

DC

0.5

0.5

0.3

1.0

1.0

1.0

0.5

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.0

-

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5

1.0

1.0

-

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Table 1-7 (Cont.): Power and Bus Loads, BA2GO-Serles

Current

Power Bus Loads

Option

KDA50--Q

Module +5V

+12V

Watts AC

DC

M716S

2

E rev

4.07

0.03 20.71

-

-

KDJll-BC

MS190

5.5

0.1 2S.7

2.3

1.1

KDJll-BF

MSl90

5.5

0.2

29.9 2.6

1.0

KLESI-SA

M7740-PA 3.0

0.0

15.0 2.3

1.0

KMVIA-SA

M7500--PA 2.6

0.2 15.4

3.0

1.0

KWVll-SA

M4002-PA 2.2

0.13

11.15 1.0

0.3

LPVll-SA

MSOS6-PA 1.6

0.0 S.O 1.S

0.5

M9060--YA

-

5.3

0.0

26.5 0.0

0.0

MS630-AA

M7607 1.0

0.0

5.0 0.0

0.0

MS630-BA M760S 1.S

0.0 9.0 0.0

0.0

MS630--BB M760S

1.S

0.0 9.0

0.0

0.0

MS630--CA M7609

3.1

0.0 15.5 0.0

0.0

MS650--AA

M7621-A 2.7

0.0

13.5 0.0

0.0

MSVll...JD

MS637-D

3.74

0.0 lS.7 2.7

0.5

MSVll-JE

MS637-E

4.1

0.0

20.5

2.7

0.5

MSVll-PK

MS067-K 3.45

0.0 17.25 2.0

1.0

MSVll-PL

MS067-L

3.6

0.0 17.5 2.0

1.0

MSVll-QA

M7551-AA

2.4

RA70

-

3.3

RD53A-EA

RD54A-EA

RQDX3

TK50E-EA

TK70E-EA

-

-

-

M7555

TQK50

M7546

TQK70-SA .

M7559

0.9

1.3

2.4S

1.35

1.5

2.9

3.5

0.0

2.9

2.5

1.34

0.06

2.4

2.4

0.0

0.0

12.0

51.3

34.5

22.6

13.2

35.6

36.3

14.5

17.5

-

-

-

-

-

2.0

1.0

2.S

4.3

-

-

-

1.0

-

-

1.0

0.5

0.5

TSV05-SA

M7196

6.5

0.0

32.5 .

3.0 1.0

VCB02 M7169

5.8

0.75

3S.0 3.5 1.0

VCB02

M7168

3.4

0.0 17.0

0.0

0.0

2The etch revision letter C, D, or E is part of the module part number near the handle. For example, a part number xxxxx-Ex-xx is a revision E module.

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Figure

1-21:

BA213 Configuration Worksheet

RIGHT POWER SUPPLY

Current (Amps)

Power

+5 Vdc +12 Vdc (Watts)

SLOT

1

MODULE

2

3

4

5

6

MASS STORAGE:

TK Drive

FIXED DISK

Total these columns:

Must not exceed 330 A

7.0 A 230.0 W

LEFT POWER SUPPLY

SLOT MODULE

7

8

9

10

1 1

12

MASS STORAGE:

FIXED DISK(S)

1.

2.

Total these columns

Must not exceed.

...

Current (Amps) Power

+5 Vdc +12 Vdc (Watts)

-1

33.0 A

7.0 A 230.0 W

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Installation

This chapter contains the procedure for installing the BA213 enclosure in a pedestal. Refer to the

H9644 Cabinet Maintenance (EK-221AA-MGJ

for site preparation considerations for the BA213 in an H9644 cabinet.

2.1

Con

ns

2.1.1 Physical Dimensions, BA213 in Pedestal

Figure 2-1 shows the dimensions of the BA213 in a pedestal, and its shipping carton. You must leave at least 61 cm (24 in) of clearance in front of the system, for access to system controls. You must also leave at least 5 cm (2 in) of clearance at the sides and rear, for airflow. Since the of the enclosure is 5 cm (2 in) wider than the cabinet in front and rear, you can place the rear of the system against a wall or table, and the system will have enough room for adequate airflow.

CAUTION:

Due to the weight of the equipment, DIGITAL recommends that at least two people handle the system and tel'minal boxes.

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2-1

Figure 2-1 : System Dimensions,

BA213 In

66cm -

___ (26 in)

_ _ _ 72em

(28.5 i n ) - - - .

53 em

45cm

-

-

WEIGHT: 45 kg to 68 kg

(100 Ib to 150 Ibl

WEIGHT: 45 kg (100 Ib)

2.1.2

Additional

Make sure there is enough space for terminals and other peripheral equipment. The temperature and humidity at which mass storage media are kept should be the same as that of the computer area.

When you plan the cable routing for multiple-tel'minal systems, consider factors such as safety, convenience, future expansion, and cost. Cabling should be in place and labeled before you install the system.

2.1.3

Electricity .

Static electricity can cause system failure and loss of data.

'lb minimize static buildup, follow these guidelines:

• Maintain relative humidity of at least 40%.

• Place the system away from busy office conidors.

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• Avoid using carpeting in the computer alea, if possible. If CSl'peting is to be installed, recommend antistatic carpeting.

If

carpeting is in place, place an antistatic mat under the system.

2.1.4 Acoustics

The BA213 in a pedestal is designed for use in offices and other general working areas. The following are acoustic emission and heat dissipation levels for the BA213 in a pedestal. Levels may be lower, depending on the kind and number of mass storage devices in the system. Data is measmed in accordance with ANSI S12.10-1985 (American National Standards

Institute) and ISOIDIS 7779 (International Standards Organization).

• LNPE (B) is the noise power emission level (A-weighted sound power level) measured in bels re 1 pw (reference 1 picowatt). LNPE for the

BA213 enclosure is 5.8.

• LPA is the sound pressure measured in decibels at 1.0 m from the front edge of the unit and 1.5 m above the floor. LPA for the BA213 is 43.

2.1.5 Heat n

Heat dissipation is measured in British Thellnal Units (Btu). Heat dissipation in the BA213 enclosure is 2304 Btu.

2.1.6 Temperature and Humidity ues

Table 2-1 lists temperature and relative humidity values for the BA213 in a pedestal.

Table 2-1: Temperature and Relative Humidity

Values

Parameter Opel ating

Non-operating

Temperature! lOoe to 40

0 e

50°F to 104°F

-

-40 0 e to

66°e

-40°F to

151°F

Temperature rate of 11 ce per hour maximum change 19.8°F per hour maximum

Relative humidity 20<;1to

80<:!- (noncondensing)

10% to

90%

Maximum altitude 2440 m (8000 ft)

4900 m (16,000 ft)

! For operation above sea level, decrease the operation temperature

1 cF per 1000 ft). by

1.8°e per 1000 m (or

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2.1.7 Electrical Requirements

The power source should be adequate to handle the original system and allow for system expansion. DIGITAL recommends a dedicated circuit from the power source to each microsystem. Additional power equipment may be required to avoid power disturbances.

Tables 2-2 and 2-31ist the electrical requirements for systems in a BA213 pedestal. Table 2-4 lists the power cords required for systems using 240 volt service.

2-2:

Nominal AC Voltage

AX II, MicroPDP Electrical Requirements

lOOVac 120Vac 220-240 Vac

Voltage

Range

Power source phase

Nominal frequency

Frequency range

Maximum steady state current at nominal voltage

Maximum steady state current at minimum voltage

Startup current (30 seconds)

Maximum inrush cUl'lent

Maximum power consumption

90 to 110 Vac

Single

50 to 60

Hz

47 to

63

Hz

10.2

A

11.3

A

13.5

A

100

A

670W

104 to 128 Vac

Single

50 to 60 Hz

8.6 A

9.8

A

11.5

A

100 A

670W

191 to 256 Vac

Single

50 to 60 Hz

47 to 63 Hz

4.7

A

5.4 A

6.3

A

100 A

670W

Table

2-3:

Nominal AC Voltage

3500

Electrical ReqUirements

101 Vac 120Vac 220-240 Vac

Voltage range

Power source phase

Nominal frequency

Frequency range

Maximum steady state current at nominal voltage

Maximum steady state current at minimum voltage

Startup current (30 seconds)

Maximum inrush curtent

Maximum power consumption

88 to 110 Vac

Single

50 to 60 Hz

47 to

63

Hz

10.2

A

12 A

13.5 A

100

A

670W

104 to 132 Vac

Single

50 to 60 Hz

47 to

63

Hz

8.6 A

10

A

11.5 A

100 A

670W

176 to 264 Vac

Single

50 to 60 Hz

47 to 63 Hz

4.7 A

5.4 A

6.3 A

100 A

670W

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2-4:

240-Volt Power Cords

Power Cord Countries

BN02A-2E

BN03A-2E

BN04A-2E

BN05A-2E

BNOSA-2E

BN07A-2E

United Kingdom and Ireland

Austria, Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Finland, France, Gel'lilany, gary,

Hun-

Netherlands, NOl way, Poland, Portugal, Spain, and Sweden

Switzerland

Australia and New Zealand

Denmark

Italy

2.2

t

Shi

The shipment may include several cartons:

• One contains the system unit (Figure 2-2).

• One contains cables for connecting additional devices to the system.

• Several contain components of the console tel'winaL

• Another, marked "softw8J'e," contains software, diagnostic software, and a documentation, system license.

NOTE:

Save all packing materials if you plan to reship the system.

Depending on the order, the shipment may also include additional tel minals, printers, or modems.

When delivered, the system is packed in a cardboard container attached to a shipping skid or pallet.

Before unpacking the equipment, check for external shipping damage.

Report any damage to the customer's sales representative, and contact the customer's delivery agent. Keep all packing material and receipts when filing a damage claim.

When you unpack the cartons, check the contents against the shipping list to ensure the order is complete.

Unpack the system according to the instructions on the system shipping carton. Figure 2-2 shows the contents of the carton.

CAUTION:

Release the shipping brackets according to the instructions on the carton. Failure to do so may result in damage to the disk drives.

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TERMINAL CABLE

PASSIVE ADAFTER

SCREWDRIVER

TO FRONT PANEL

SYSTEM POWER CABLE

FRONT DOOR

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SERIAL

NUMBER

LABEL

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Verify that the system power requirements match the power source. The correct voltage for the system is listed on the serial number label next to the left power supply (Figure 2-2). If the voltage does not match the power source, do not continue. Contact the customer's sales representative.

After unpacking the system; move it by rolling it sideways, or by sliding or walking it backward while gripping the side handholds (Figure 2-3).

: The system weighs between 50 kg (110 Ib) and

64

kg (140 lb), depending on the options installed. Use two people to lift the system.

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2-3:

Sliding the System Into Place

HAND HOLDS

SYSTEM SLIDES

FRONT TO BACK

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LEFT TO RIGHT

During installation, leave a few inches behind the system for routing cables underneath the system unit. Once installation is complete, you can place the system base directly against a wall.

2.3 Connecting the Console Terminal

Install the console terminal (Figure 2-4). Follow the instructions in the terminal's installation guide.

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Figure 2-4: Connecting the Console Terminal (Example)

BREAK

ENABLE/DISABLE

R-UP

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MODIFIED

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2.4 on

Connect additional devices at this time, or complete the installation and load system softwal'e before connecting other devices.

Make cable connections directly to the modules. Begin with the module on the far right, and continue towards the left.

Each module cover has a label at the top that contains the option number and module number. Table 2-5 lists the labels for modules requiring connections. Use the table to identify the modules as you connect additional devices to the system.

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2-5: Module Identification Labels

Module

Option Number Cable

M7516

M3llS-YA

M311S-YB

M311S-YA

M3121

M8020

M8086-SA

M7546

M7164,M7165

M7500

DELQA

CXA16

CXB16

CXYOS

DFAOI

DPV11

LPV11

TKQ70

KDA50

KMVlA

Ethernet cable

BC16D, H3104 cable concentrator (RS 423-

A, no modem support)

BC16D, H3104 cable concentrator (RS 422, noise immune)

BC19N-12 (full modem support) telephone line

BC22E or BC22F

BC27L-30 none

BC26V~

BC22E or BC22F

2.4.1 Setting Controls on the System

The controls you must set to complete the installation vary, depending on the CPU and type of disks in the enclosure. Generally, you must set the baud rate of the console serial line to the same baud rate as the console terminal, and be sure the fixed disk drives are ready and not write-protected. In addition, if the system is a MicroVAX, you must set the enable/disable and power-up mode switches.

Refer to the system customer documentation for detailed instructions on setting these controls for the particular system you are installing.

2.4.2 Connecting the Power Cord

Feed the power cord under the system from the rear or the left, and attach it to the connector at the base of the left side power supply. Plug the power cord into the wall outlet when all additional cabling has been installed and the front door has been attached.

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2.4.3

the Front Door to

System

The front door is packed sepal ately in the system shipping carton. Attach the front door as follows: .

1.

Pull out the latch release on the front door.

2. Holding the door with two hands, place it flush against the front of the enclosure, about an inch above the bottom.

3. Slide the door down nntil you feel it lock into place. pushing in the release latch. the door by

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BA213 FRU Removal and Replacement

This chapter describes how to remove and replace the field replaceable units

(FRUs) in the BA213 enclosure.

The following sections desclibe the removal procedui'e for each FRU. Unless otherwise specified, you can install an FRU by reversing the steps in the removal procedure.

System-specific FRU procedures vary slightly. As a result, some illustrations of system-specific procedures show an

example

of a FRU removal. The variations are noted in the text and in the title of the illustration.

CAUTION:

• Only qualified service personnel should remove or install FRUs.

• Before you remove or install FRUs, power down the system.

• Static electricity can damage integrated circuits. Always use

a grounded

wrist strap (part number 29-11762-00) and grounded work when working with the internal parts of

a

computer system.

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3.1 Field

Units (FRUs)

Table 3-1 lists the BA213 FRUs and their part numbers.

3-1 : BA213 FRUs

FRU

AC filter

AC switch as~embly

Backplane

Cable. backplane to fans

Cable. backplane to signal distribution

CD support panel (for dual.height modules)

Dual·width blank cover (slots 11 and

12)

DC fan (left or right)

Sidewall gap filler (for blank cover)

Single-width blank cover

120 V power supply

240 V power supply

70-23769 01

70-23712-01

17-01360-01

17-00417-01

74 33507-01

70-23982-02

74 34042-01

70-23981-01

Several FRUs in the BA213 are (Table 3-2). That is, their presence depends on which CPU and mass storage devices are installed.

Several different modules, disk drives and tape drives may be present.

Refer to the applicable CPU iOaintenance manual for a complete list of options. All such devices are also FRUs.

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FRU

BA213 FRUs

CPU

YO

cover for KA630 and KA650 CPUs

CPU

YO

cover for

KIMU

CPU

CPU YO cover for KA640 CPU

Operator console panel (RA70 drives)

Signal distribution board (RD-series drives)

Operator console panel (RF30 drives)

Cable, KA640 to DSSI connector

Cable, power supply to mass storage, right side,

RAIRD drives

Cable, power supply to mass left side,

RAIRD drives

Cable, power supply to mass storage, right side, RF30 drives

Cable, power supply to mass storage, left side, RF30 drives

Cable, RA70 to signal distribution board

Cable, RF30 to signal distribution board

Cable, RD to signal distribution board (20--c0nductor)

Cable, RD to signal distribution board (34 conductor)

Cable, RQDX3 to signal distribution board

Cable, TK50 to TQK50 controller

Part

H3601-SA

H3602-SA

54 17232 01

54 16834 01

54 17388 01

17-02059 01

17-O1~1

17-01369 02

1 1

17-01989 01

17-00847-06

17-01936-01

17-OOW6 03

1

17-01361-01

17-01363-01

Table 3-3 lists the part numbers of the shock-mounting hardwal'e requil'ed to install mass storage devices in the BA213 enclosure. Each device listed in the left. column requires all the monnting hardwal'e listed in the same row. One sliding track attaches to each side of the drive. One shockresistant support attaches to the upper part of the mass storage area, and one attaches to the bottom of the mass storage

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Hardware, BA213 Enclosure

Bottom of

Enclosure

Device

RA70

RD53

RD54

RF30

TK50

TK70

Left of drivel Right of drive

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70-24559 01

74-33573-01

74-33573-01

74 33573-01

74-33573-01

70-24559 02

74 33573-02

74-33573-02

74 36498 01

74 33573-02

74 33573-02

,

70-23997-05

70-23997-01

70-23997-03

70-25452-01

70-23997-01

70-23997-01

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70-23997-06

70-23997~

70-23997-04

70-23997-02

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3.2 Removing the Front Door

You must remove the front door of a pedestal or open the front door of a cabinet system to access system FRUs. Note that the front door's release latch is different for pedestal and cabinet systems. Remove or open the front door as follows:

1.

Unlock the window on the front door to reach the on/off switch and tum the on/off power switch off.

2. Pull out the release latch, located to the left of the on/off switch.

In an H9644 system, move the release latch to the right.

3. Lift off the front door

(Figure

3-1), using the latch as a handle.

In an H9644 cabinet system, swing the door open holding the release latch to the right.

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The BA213 uses two types of modules, with or without BA200-series compatible handles (Section 1.2). Modules designed for BA200-series enclosures have wide handles that provide both external

va

connections and an electrical and environmental seal for the card cage. Standard Q22bus modules that are also used in other enclosures, such as the RQDX3, use a blank cover instead of a handle. There is a different removal procedure for the two types of modules. Module numbers are on the handles or the blank covers.

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3.3

The BA213 uses two types of modules, with or without BA200-series compatible handles (Section 1.2). Modules designed for BA200-series enclosures have wide handles that provide both external

110 connections and an electrical and environmental seal for the card cage. Standard Q22bus modules that are also used in other enclosures, such as the RQDX3, use a blank cover instead of a handle. There is a different removal procedure for the two types of modules. Module numbers are on the handles or the blank covers.

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3.3.1

CAUTION:

Use the static-protective field service kit

(part number

29-26246) when working with modules.

1. Put on the grounded wrist strap (part number 70-23981-01) and attach the alligator clip to the system chassis.

2. Note the orientation of external cables connected to the module. Label and disconnect the cables.

3. Release the qual ter-t11l'Jl captive screws that hold the module handle to the card cage (Figure

3--3).

4. Gently pull the release levers out and remove the module (Fignre 3-4).

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CAUTION:

Use the static-protective field service kit (part number 29-26246) when working with modules.

1.

Unlock the window on the front door to reach the on/off switch and tum the switch off.

2. Pull out the release latch, located to the left of the on/off switch.

3. Lift off (Figure 3-1) or remove (Figure 3-2) the front door.

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4.

Put on the grounded wrist strap (part number

70-23981-01) and attach the alligator clip to the system chassis.

5. Note the orientation of external cables connected to the module. Label and disconnect the cables.

6. Release the quarter-turn captive screws that hold the blank cover to the card cage (Figure

3-3).

7. Pull the blank cover out of the connectors at the top and bottom.

8. Note the orientation of any internal cables connected to the module.

Some connectors are not keyed. Carefully disconnect the internal cables.

9. Gently pull the release handles at the top and bottom of the module towards you, and slide the module out of the card cage .

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3.4

You must remove the media face plate before you can remove a disk drive, tape drive, signal distribution board, or the ac switch assembly. The media faceplate varies in appearance depending on the disk drives installed, but the removal procedure is the same.

1.

Tum the on/off power switch off and unplug the ac power cord from the wall outlet.

2. Remove the qual ter-tmIl captive screws that hold the media face plate.

Remove the plate (Figure 3-5).

Figure

~5:

Removing the

Faceplate (Example)

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3.5 Fixed-Disk Dri

Remove a fixed-disk drive as follows.

NOTE:

The term "signal distribution board" in this procedure includes the

OCP (operator console panel).

1.

Remove the media faceplate ( 3.4).

2. Release the captive screws that hold the signal distribution assembly to the BA213 (Figure 3-6). The signal distribution assembly varies depending on the disk drives installed. The number of captive screws is different, but the removal procedure is the same.

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3-6:

Releasing Captive Screws (Example)

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3. Lower but do not disconnect the signal distribution assembly.

4. Find the power and signal cables that connect the signal distribution board to the drive. Disconnect the cables from the drive (Figure 3-7).

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3-13

Figure

3-7:

Disconnecting RD-Series Drive Cables (Example)

RD

SIGNAL

CABLES

DCOK

CABLE

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CABLE

RQDX3

CABLE

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For RD-series drives, the RQOX3 and lO-pin DC OK cables are behind the signal cables on the signal distribution board. Note the orientation of the RQOX3 and DC OK cables, then disconnect the two cables from the board.

For RA.-series drives, disconnect: a. The signal cable between the RA drive and the OCP. b. One or two heavy black St.andard Disk Interconnect (SOl) cables.

These may be routed directly to a controller in the card cage, or to the back of a bulkhead panel above the left power supply.

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5. Disconnect the signal distribution assembly from the chassis by lifting the assembly up and forward to release the tabs along the bottom edge.

6. Disconnect the power cable from the drive.

7. Release the drive from the shock-resistant supports by loosening the captive screws above and below the drive.

8. Slide the drive out of the BA213 (Figure 3-8).

9. Remove the sliding tracks and install them on the new drive.

NOTE:

The RA70 itselfis not an FRU. It comprises two FRUs, the electronic control module (ECM) and the head disk assembly (HDA). The RD-series drives also contain FRUs. Refer to Microsystems Options (EK-192AA-MG) for the procedures to remove these FRUs.

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3-8:

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3.6 TK-Series

Drive

Remove a TK-series tape drive as follows:

1. Remove the media faceplate (Section 3.4).

2. Release the TK-series drive from its shock-resistant supports by loosening the captive screws above and below the drive (Figure 3-9).

Figure 3-9: Releasing TK-Series Captive Screws (Example)

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3. Slowly slide the TK-series drive part way out of the BA213, until you can remove the signal and power cables from the rear of the drive

(Figure 3-10).

4. Disconnect the power cable from the drive.

BA213 FRU Removal and Replacement

3-17

5. Note the orientation of the signal cable. Disconnect the signal cable the drive. figure

3-10:

Removing TK-Serles cabling

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:;:. CABLE

6. Slide the drive out of the BA213

(Figure

3-11).

7. the sliding and install them on the new drive.

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SLIDING

TRACKS

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Inet-nation Note.

If the new TK-series drive is attached to a skid plate, you must

(1) remove the skid plate from the new drive, and (2) install the skid plate on the defective drive before returning the drive.

When installing a TK-series drive, make sure not to pinch any cabling at the rear of the drive. If you feel resistance when sliding the drive into the

BA213, remove the drive and check that the cables are not in the way.

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3.7 Sig I

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The BA213 may contain an RD signal distribution board, or either of two operator console panels (OCPs). The removal ptocedure for each is similar.

The differences are shown in the figures .

. 1.

Remove the media faceplate (Section 3.4).

2. Release the captive screws that hold the signal distribution assembly in place. Lower the assembly, but do not disconnect it.

3. Note the orientation of all cables on the signal distribution board. Some are not keyed. Disconnect all cables from the board.

4. Remove the screws that hold the OCP or signal distribution board to its metal frame (Figures 3-12, 3-13, 3-14).

5. Remove the OCP or signal distribution board.

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Figure 3-12: Removing the OCP, RA Drives

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3.8

The BA213 has two power supplies. Remove either power supply as follows:

1.

Tum the on/ofT power switch ofT and unplug the ac power cord from the wall outlet. Refer to Figure 3-15 for the next steps.

2. At the top of the power supply, remove the that holds the cover for the mass storage power cable. Remove the cover.

3. Disconnect the mass storage power cable from the power supply.

4. Remove the seven screws on the metal grill under the front of the card cage. Remove the grill (Figure 3-16).

5. Loosen the two captive screws that hold the power supply in place.

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Figure 3-15: Removing the Power Supply and Screws

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When installing the power supply, make sure the top and bottom edges of the supply are monnted in the plastic guides in the card cage.

Make not to pinch any of the cabling between the rear of the supply and the chassis. If you feel resistance, remove the supply check that the cabling is not in the way.

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3.9 AC Filter

Remove the ac filter as follows:

1.

Turn the on/off power switch off and unplug the ac power cord from the wall outlet.

2. Unplug the ac power cord from the system.

S. Remove the seven

SCi ews on the metal grill cage. Remove the grill (Figure 3-16). the front of the cal d

4. Find the ac input cable that runs across the front of the fan area.

Disconnect the cable

(Figure 3-18). the ac filter under the left power supply

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Figure 3-18: Disconnecting AC Input from Fa" Area

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6. Remove the three screws that hold the ac filter to the BA213

(Figure 3-19). The screws are under the left power supply,

7. Remove the ac filter (Figure 3-20).

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3-19:

Removing AC Filter Screws

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3.10 AC Switch bly

This assembly includes the on/off power switch and the cable to the ac filter.

Remove the ac switch as follows:

1.

Remove the power supply on the right connects directly to the ac switch

3.8). This power supply

2. Remove the media faceplate (Section 3.4).

3.

Remove the

(Figm e 3-21). screws on the front of the ac switch connector

4. Remove the three nuts that hold the ac switch assembly to the right panel of the BA213 (Figufe 3-22).

5. Remove the ac switch

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3.11 Fans

The two fans are attached to a metal plate bolted to the bottom of the card cage. Remove the fans as follows:

1.

Remove the left power supply (Section 3.8) and the ac filter (Section 3.9).

2. The power cable for the fans is a Y-cable. Disconnect the cable from both fans (Figure

3-23).

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Remove the metal plate (Figure 3-24).

4. Remove the four screws that hold the fan to the metal plate. Remove the fan.

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The backplane is the only part of the BA2l3 that you remove from the rear of the enclosure. For wall mount or rack mount systems, you must remove the system from its mounting .

. Use two people to perform this procedure.

1.

Tum the on/off power switch off and unplug the ac power cord from the wall outlet.

2. From the front of the BA2l3: a. Remove both power supplies (Section 3.8). b. Release all modules from the backplane. You do not have to remove the modules from the card cage, as long as you the backplane. them from c. Disconnect the lO-pin DC

OK ribbon cable and the fan cable from the right side of the backplane (Figure 3-25). You can reach these connectors only after removing the right power supply.

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3. From the rear of the BA213: a. Read the following Caution, then remove the eight screws that hold the metal plate on the rear of the BA213. The backplane is connected to the metal plate.

CAUTION:

Remove the lower screws first and the upper-right screw last. Support the metal plate as you remove the last screw.

Otherwise, the weight of the backplane will cause the assembly to drop when you remove the screw, which may damage the backplane.

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b. Slide the metal plate to the right, to release it from the two tabs on the left side of the BA213 (Figure 3-26) .

NOTE:

The backplane and metal plate are one FRU. You do not have to remove the plate from the backplane.

Figure 3-26: Removing the

REMOVE THIS

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1.

Align the new backplane assembly with the rear of the BA213. Insert the eight screws, but do not tighten.

2. Insert one module in backplane slot 3, and one in backplane slot 10.

This step aligns the backplane with the card cage guides.

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3. Tighten the screws.

4. steps 1 through 3 of the removal procedure .

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Related Docum ntation

The following documents contain information relating to MicroVAX or

MicroPDP-ll systems.

Order Number Title

Modules

CXA16 Technical Manual

CXY08 Technical Manual

DEQNA Ethernet User's Guide

DHVll Technical Manual

DLVll~

User's Guide

DMVll Synchronous Controller Technical Manual

DMVll Synchronous Controller User's Guide

DPVll Synchronous Controller Technical Manual

DPVll Synchronous Controller User's Guide

DRVll~

Interface User's Manual

DRVll-WA General Purpose DMA User's Guide

DZQll Asynchronous Multiplexer Technical Manual

DZQll Asynchronous Multiplexer User's Guide

DZVll Asynchronous Multiplexer Technical Manual

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AC filter, 1-28 removal, 3-28

Acoustics, 2-3

AC switch assembly removal, 3-31

B

Backplane, 1-12 grant continuity, 1-12 installation, 3-37 removal, 3-35

Bus loads, 1-12 c

Configuration capacity, 1-31 module order, 1-31 rules, 1-31 worksheet, 1-31

Controls and indicators, 1-14

RA70 drives, 1-20

RD-series drives, 1-16

RF-series drives, 1-24

CPU halt button, 1-14

Current draw modules, 1-32

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Disk drive maximum number supported,

1-10 removal, 3-12

Index

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Electrical requirements, 2-4

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Fans, 1-30 removal, 3-34

Filler plate, 1-6

Fixed-disk drive maximnm number supported,

1-10 removal, 3-12

Front door, 3 4 lock positions, 1-14

FRUs, 3-1 to 3-37 ac filter, 3-28 ac switch assembly, 3-31 backplane, 3-35 fans, 3-34 fixed-disk drives, 3-12 list, 3-2 system-specific, 3-2 media faceplate, 3-11 modules, 3 6 power supply, 3-24

RA70, 3-15

RD-series, 3-14 signal distribution boa

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Grant continuity, 1-12

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H3600-SA, 1-8, 1-14

H3601-SA, 1-8

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Handles types, 1-6

Heat dissipation, 2-3

Humidity values, 2-3

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Key, 1-14

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LEDs, 1-14

Load module, 1-13

Lock, 1-14

M9060-A, 1-13

Mass storage area, 1-8

Media faceplate removal, 3-11

Module covers, 1-6

Module handles, 1-6

Module order, 1-31

Modules power, bus loads, 1-32 removal, 3 6 o

Operator console panel (OCP)

RA 70 drives, 1-20

RF drives, 1-23 p

Physical dimensions

BA213 in pedestal, 2-1

Power supply. 1-26 indicators, 1-26 removal, 3-24 shutdown sequence, 1-27

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RA70 operator console panel, 1-20

RA70 removal, 3-15

RD-series controls, 1-16

RF30 operator console panel, 1-23 s

Shock-mounting hardware part numbers, 3-3

Shock-resistant supports part numbers, 3-3

Signal distribution board for RD drives, 1-16 removal, 3-20

Site preparation, 2-1 acoustics, 2-3 electrical requirements, 2-4 temperature and humidity, 2-3

Sliding tracks part numbers, 3-3

Static electricity, 2-2

Static plecaution, 3-1

System controls, 1-14

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Tape drive maximum number supported,

1-10 removal, 3-17

Temperature values, 2-3 u

Unpacking the system, 2-5

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