Fujitsu C122-E119EN Server User Manual

C122-H004-07EN
PRIMEQUEST 1000 Series
Hardware Installation Manual
FUJITSU LIMITED
PRIMEQUEST 1000 Series Hardware Installation Manual
Preface
Preface
This manual describes the specifications and installation location requirements of PRIMEQUEST 1000 series
installation. The manual is intended for system administrators.
For details on the regulatory compliance statements and safety precautions, see the PRIMEQUEST 1000 Series
Safety and Regulatory Information (C122-E115XA).
Errata and addenda for the manual
The PRIMEQUEST 1000 Series Errata and Addenda (C122-E119EN) provides errata and addenda for the
manual. Read the PRIMEQUEST 1000 Series Errata and Addenda (C122-E119EN) thoroughly in reference to the
manual.
For Safe Operation
How to use this manual
This manual contains important information about the safe use of this product. Read the manual thoroughly to
understand the information in it before using this product. Be sure to keep this manual in a safe and convenient
location for quick reference.
Fujitsu makes every effort to prevent users and bystanders from being injured and to prevent property damage. Be
sure to use the product according to the instructions in the manual.
About this product
This product is designed and manufactured for standard applications. Such applications include, but are not limited
to, general office work, personal and home use, and general industrial use. The product is not intended for
applications that require extremely high levels of safety to be guaranteed (referred to below as "safety-critical"
applications). Use of the product for a safety-critical application may present a significant risk of personal injury
and/or death. Such applications include, but are not limited to, nuclear reactor control, aircraft flight control, air
traffic control, mass transit control, medical life support, and missile launch control. Customers shall not use the
product for a safety-critical application without guaranteeing the required level of safety. Customers who plan to
use the product in a safety-critical system are requested to consult the Fujitsu sales representatives in charge.
Storage of accessories
Keep the accessories in a safe place because they are required for server operation.
Organization and Notation of This Manual
This section describes the following topics:
- Organization of this manual
- Manuals for the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series
- Related manuals
- Abbreviations
- Notation
- Notation for the CLI (command line interface)
- Notes on notations
- Alert messages
- Product operating environment
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- Trademarks
Organization of this manual
This manual is organized as follows.
CHAPTER 1 Installation Information
Chapter 1 provides various useful information on PRIMEQUEST 1000 series installation. The information
includes device configuration details, device outline drawings, installation specifications, and various layout
diagrams.
CHAPTER 2 Connection Information
Chapter 2 describes the cables used with the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series and provides an overview of cable
connections.
CHAPTER 3 Notes on Carrying In and Installing the Product
Chapter 3 provides notes on carrying in and installing the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series server.
APPENDIX A Racks
Appendix A provides various information on the mounting racks for the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series and
PCI_Box.
APPENDIX B UPC Interface
Appendix B describes the UPC interface that can be used with the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series.
Index
The index lists keywords and the pages that they refer to, helping readers quickly find the necessary
information in the manual.
Manuals for the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series
The following manuals have been prepared to provide you with the information necessary to use the PRIMEQUEST
1000 series.
You can access HTML versions of these manuals at the following sites:
Japanese-language site: http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primequest/manual/
Global site: http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primequest/manual-e/
Title
Description
PRIMEQUEST 1000 Series Describes what manuals you should read and how to
Getting Started Guide
access important information after unpacking the
PRIMEQUEST 1000 series server. (This manual
comes with the product.)
Manual code
C122-E114XA
PRIMEQUEST 1000 Series Contains important information required for using the C122-E115XA
Safety and Regulatory
PRIMEQUEST 1000 series safely.
Information
PRIMEQUEST 1000 Series Provides errata and addenda for the PRIMEQUEST
Errata and Addenda
1000 series manuals. This manual will be updated as
needed.
C122-E119EN
PRIMEQUEST 1000
Describes the functions and features of the
Series General Description PRIMEQUEST 1000 series.
C122-B022EN
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Title
Description
Manual code
SPARC Enterprise/
PRIMEQUEST Common
Installation Planning
Manual
Provides the necessary information and concepts you C120-H007EN
should understand for installation and facility planning
for SPARC Enterprise and PRIMEQUEST
installations.
PRIMEQUEST 1000
Series Hardware
Installation Manual
Includes the specifications of and the installation
location requirements for the PRIMEQUEST 1000
series.
C122-H004EN
PRIMEQUEST 1000
Series Installation Manual
Describes how to set up the PRIMEQUEST 1000
series server, including the steps for installation
preparation, initialization, and software installation.
C122-E107EN
PRIMEQUEST 1000 Series Describes how to use the Web-UI and UEFI to assure C122-E109EN
User Interface Operating
proper operation of the PRIMEQUEST 1000
Instructions
series server.
PRIMEQUEST 1000 Series Describes how to use tools and software for system
Administration Manual
administration and how to maintain the system
(component replacement and error notification).
C122-E108EN
PRIMEQUEST 1000
Series Tool Reference
Provides information on operation methods and
C122-E110EN
settings, including details on the MMB, PSA, and UEFI
functions.
PRIMEQUEST 1000
Series Message Reference
Lists the messages that may be displayed when a
C122-E111EN
problem occurs during operation and describes how to
respond to them.
PRIMEQUEST 1000 Series Describes REMCS service installation and operation. C122-E120EN
REMCS Installation Manual
PRIMEQUEST 1000 Series Defines the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series related terms C122-E116EN
Glossary
and abbreviations.
PRIMEQUEST 1000 Series Gives a revised version of APPENDIX D Configuring C122-E155EN
SAN Boot Environment
the SAN Boot Environment in the PRIMEQUEST 1000
Configuration Manual
Series Installation Manual (C122-E107EN). This
manual describes procedures for installing the SAN
boot environment and provides the latest information
including notes on design.
Related manuals
The following manuals relate to the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series.
You can access these manuals at the following site:
http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primequest/manual-e/
Contact your sales representative for inquiries about the ServerView manuals.
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Title
Description
Manual code
ServerView Suite
Describes how to install and start ServerView
None
ServerView Operations
Operations Manager in a Windows environment.
Manager Quick Installation
(Windows)
ServerView Suite
Describes how to install and start ServerView
ServerView Operations
Operations Manager in a Linux environment.
Manager Quick Installation
(Linux)
None
ServerView Suite
ServerView Installation
Manager
Describes the installation procedure using
ServerView Installation Manager.
None
ServerView Suite
ServerView Operations
Manager Server
Management
Provides an overview of server monitoring using None
ServerView Operations Manager, and describes
the user interface of ServerView Operations
Manager.
ServerView Suite
ServerView RAID
Management User Manual
Describes RAID management using ServerView None
RAID Manager.
ServerView Suite
Basic Concepts
Describes basic concepts about ServerView
Suite.
ServerView Operations
Manager
Installation ServerView
Agents for Linux
Describes installation and update installation of None
ServerView Linux Agent.
ServerView Operations
Manager
Installation ServerView
Agents for Windows
Describes installation and update installation of None
ServerView Windows Agent.
ServerView Mission
Critical Option User
Manual
Describes the necessary functions unique to
None
PRIMEQUEST (notification via the MMB, hot
replacement command) and ServerView Mission
Critical Option (SVmco), which is required for
supporting these functions.
None
ServerView RAID Manager Describes the installation and settings required to None
VMware vSphere ESXi 5
use ServerView RAID Manager on the VMware
Installation Guide
vSphere ESXi 5 server.
MegaRAID SAS Software
Provides technical information on using array
None
controllers.
Refer to the manual from the SVS-DVD2
supplied with the product or from the following
URL:
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Title
Description
Manual code
The Fujitsu Technology Solutions manuals server
http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com/index.php?id=0
MegaRAID SAS Device
Driver Installation
Provides technical information on using array
None
controllers.
Refer to the manual from the SVS-DVD2
supplied with the product or from the following
URL:
The Fujitsu Technology Solutions manuals server
http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com/index.php?id=0
Modular RAID Controller
Provides technical information on using array
Installation Guide
controllers.
Refer to the manual from the SVS-DVD2
supplied with the product or from the following
URL:
The Fujitsu Technology Solutions manuals server
http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com/index.php?id=0
None
Abbreviations
This manual uses the following product name abbreviations.
Formal product name
Abbreviation
Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 5 (for Intel 64)
Linux
RHEL5, RHEL
Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 5 (for x86)
Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 6 (for Intel64)
Linux
RHEL6, RHEL
Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 6 (for x86)
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003, Standard Edition
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003, Enterprise Edition
Windows
Windows Server 2003
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003, Datacenter Edition
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003, Standard x64 Edition
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003, Enterprise x64 Edition
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003, Datacenter x64 Edition
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 R2, Standard Edition
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 R2, Enterprise Edition
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 R2, Datacenter Edition
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 R2, Standard x64 Edition
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 R2, Enterprise x64 Edition
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 R2, Datacenter x64 Edition
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Formal product name
Abbreviation
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 Standard
Windows
Windows Server 2008
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 Enterprise
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 Datacenter
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 R2 Standard
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 R2 Enterprise
Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 R2 Datacenter
VMware vSphere(R) 4
vSphere 4, VMware 4
VMware vSphere(R) 5
vSphere 5, VMware 5
VMware(R) ESX(R) 4
ESX, ESX 4.x
VMware(R) ESXi(TM) 5
ESXi, ESXi 5.x
Notation
This manual uses the following fonts and symbols to express specific types of information.
Font or
symbol
Meaning
Example
italics
Title of a manual that you should refer to
See the PRIMEQUEST 1000 Series
Installation Manual (C122-E107EN).
[]
Window names as well as the names of buttons,
tabs, and drop-down menus in windows are
enclosed in brackets.
Click the [OK] button.
Notation for the CLI (command line interface)
The following notation is used for commands.
Command syntax
Command syntax is represented as follows.
- Variables requiring the entry of a value are enclosed in angle brackets < >.
- Optional elements are enclosed in brackets [ ].
- Options for optional keywords are grouped in | (stroke) separated lists enclosed in brackets [ ].
- Options for required keywords are grouped in | (stroke) separated lists enclosed in braces { }.
Command syntax is written in a box.
Remarks
The command output shown in the PDF manuals may include line feeds at places where there is no line feed symbol
(\ at the end of the line).
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Notes on notations
- In this manual, the Management Board and MMB firmware are abbreviated as "MMB."
- In this manual, IOBs and GSPBs (LIOBs and LGSPBs within partitions) are collectively referred to as IO
Units.
- Screenshots contained in this manual may differ from the actual product screen displays.
- The IP addresses, configuration information, and other such information contained in this manual are display
examples and differ from that for actual operation.
Alert messages
This manual uses the following alert messages to prevent users and bystanders from being injured and to prevent
property damage.
This indicates a hazardous (potentially dangerous) situation that is likely to result in death
or serious personal injury if the user does not perform the procedure correctly.
This indicates a hazardous situation that could result in minor or moderate personal injury
if the user does not perform the procedure correctly. This also indicates that damage to the
product or other property may occur if the user does not perform the procedure correctly.
This indicates information that could help the user use the product more efficiently.
Alert messages in the text
An alert statement follows an alert symbol. An alert statement is indented on both ends to distinguish it from regular
text. Similarly, one space line is inserted before and after the alert statement.
Only Fujitsu certified service engineers should perform the following tasks on this product
and the options provided by Fujitsu. Customers must not perform these tasks under any
circumstances. Otherwise, electric shock, injury, or fire may result.
- Newly installing or moving equipment
- Removing the front, rear, and side covers
- Installing and removing built-in options
- Connecting and disconnecting external interface cables
- Maintenance (repair and periodic diagnosis and maintenance)
The List of important alert items table lists important alert items.
Product operating environment
This product is a computer intended for use in a computer room environment. For details on the product operating
environment, see this manual.
Note
- If you have a comment or request regarding this manual, or if you find any part of this manual unclear, please
take a moment to share it with us by filling in the form at the following webpage, stating your points
specifically, and sending the form to us:
https://www-s.fujitsu.com/global/contact/computing/PRMQST_feedback.html
- The contents of this manual may be revised without prior notice.
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- The PDF file of this manual is intended for display using Adobe® Reader® in single page viewing mode at
100% zoom.
- The PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E model supports only 200 V power supply.
Trademarks
- Microsoft, Windows, and Windows Server are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation
in the United States and/or other countries.
- Linux is a trademark or registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the United States and other countries.
- Red Hat, RPM, and all Red Hat based trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Red
Hat, Inc. in the United States and other countries.
- Intel and Xeon are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation.
- Ethernet is a registered trademark of Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. in Japan and is a registered trademark of Xerox
Corp. in the United States and other countries.
- VMware is a trademark or registered trademark of VMware, Inc. in the United States and other countries.
- Xen is a trademark or registered trademark of Citrix Systems, Inc. or its subsidiaries in the United States and
other countries.
- Other company names and product names are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective
owners.
- Trademark indications are omitted for some system and product names in this manual.
Safety Precautions
List of important alert items
This manual does not contain important alert items.
Warning labels
The following warning labels are affixed to this product. These labels are intended for the users of this product.
Never remove the warning labels.
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* The label is affixed at either location.
Warning label location (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E rear)
Warning label location (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E rear) (IOBs removed)
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Warning label location (PCI_Box)
Notes on Handling the Product
Adding optional products
For stable operation of the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series server, use only a Fujitsu certified optional product as an
added option.
Note that the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series server is not guaranteed to operate with any optional product not certified
by Fujitsu.
Maintenance
Only Fujitsu certified service engineers should perform the following tasks on this
product and the options provided by Fujitsu. Customers must not perform these tasks
under any circumstances. Otherwise, electric shock, injury, or fire may result.
- Newly installing or moving equipment
- Removing the front, rear, and side covers
- Installing and removing built-in options
- Connecting and disconnecting external interface cables
- Maintenance (repair and periodic diagnosis and maintenance)
Only Fujitsu certified service engineers should perform the following tasks on this
product and the options provided by Fujitsu. Customers must not perform these tasks
under any circumstances. Otherwise, product failure may result.
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- Unpacking an optional Fujitsu product, such as an optional adapter, delivered to
the customer
Modifying or recycling the product
Modifying this product or recycling a secondhand product by overhauling it without prior
approval may result in personal injury to users and/or bystanders or damage to the product
and/or other property.
Note on erasing data from hard disks when disposing of the product or transferring
it
Disposing of this product or transferring it as is may enable third parties to access the data on the hard disk and use
it for unforeseen purposes. To prevent the leakage of confidential information and important data, all of the data
on the hard disk must be erased before disposal or transfer of the product.
However, it can be difficult to completely erase all of the data from the hard disk. Simply initializing (reformatting)
the hard disk or deleting files on the operating system is insufficient to erase the data, even though the data appears
at a glance to have been erased. This type of operation only makes it impossible to access the data from the operating
system. Malicious third parties can restore this data.
If you save your confidential information or other important data on the hard disk, you should completely erase the
data, instead of simply carrying out the aforementioned operation, to prevent the data from being restored.
To prevent important data on the hard disk from being leaked when the product is disposed of or transferred, you
will need to take care to erase all the data recorded on the hard disk on your own responsibility.
Furthermore, if a software license agreement restricts the transfer of the software (operating system and application
software) on the hard disk in the server or other product to a third party, transferring the product without deleting
the software from the hard disk may violate the agreement. Adequate verification from this point of view is also
necessary.
Support and service
SupportDesk (available only in Japan, for a fee)
For stable system operation, we recommend concluding our SupportDesk agreement, which provides a maintenance
and operation support service. SupportDesk agreement customers receive a same-day response service for hardware
problems. They are eligible for regular checkups, remote notification of potential-failure predictions, and
information on system problems. Moreover, they can avail themselves of other services such as troubleshooting
support by phone for hardware and software problems, and access to operation support information from a dedicated
website for our customers. For details, see "Product support" on the SupportDesk homepage (http://jp.fujitsu.com/
solutions/support/sdk/index.html).
Product and service inquiries
For all product use and technical inquiries, contact the distributor where you purchased your product, or a Fujitsu
sales representative or systems engineer (SE). If you do not know the appropriate contact address for inquiries about
the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series, use the Fujitsu contact line.
Fujitsu contact line
We accept Web inquiries. For details, visit our website:
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https://www-s.fujitsu.com/global/contact/computing/PRMQST_feedback.html
Warranty
If a component failure occurs during the warranty period, we will repair it free of charge in accordance with the
terms of the warranty agreement. For details, see the warranty.
Before requesting a repair
If a problem occurs with the product, confirm the problem by referring to 11.2 Troubleshooting in the
PRIMEQUEST 1000 Series Administration Manual (C122-E108EN). If the error recurs, contact your sales
representative or a field engineer. Confirm the model name and serial number shown on the label affixed to the
right front of the device and report it. Also check any other required items beforehand according to 11.2
Troubleshooting in the PRIMEQUEST 1000 Series Administration Manual (C122-E108EN). The system settings
saved by the customer will be used during maintenance.
Revision History
Edition
Date
Revised location (type) (*)
Description
01
2010-02-09 -
-
02
2010-03-12 All pages
Incorporated differences in Errata and
Addenda (C122-E119-01EN)
2010-08-20 All pages
Incorporated differences in Errata and
Addenda (C122-E119-02EN to C122E119-10EN)
04
2011-04-28 All pages
- Added items about 1800E2
- Incorporated differences in
Errata and Addenda (C122E119-11EN to C122E119-18EN)
05
2011-05-31 All pages
Incorporated differences in Errata and
Addenda (C122-E119-19EN)
06
2011-12-20 All pages
Incorporated differences in Errata and
Addenda (C122- E119-20EN to C122E119-24EN)
2012-06-19 Chapter 1 and Appendix A
Added items about 19-inch racks
(models 2742/2737/2724/2642/
2624/2616)
03
07
* Chapter, section, and item numbers in the "Revised location" column refer to those in the latest edition of the
document. However, a number marked with an asterisk (*) denotes a chapter, section, or item in a previous edition
of the document.
This manual shall not be reproduced or copied without the permission of Fujitsu Limited.
Copyright 2010 - 2012 FUJITSU LIMITED
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Contents
CHAPTER 1 Installation Information .................................................................................................................. 1
1.1 Device Configuration Details .................................................................................................................... 2
1.2 Outline Drawings of the Devices ............................................................................................................... 3
1.2.1 PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E outline drawings ................................................................................. 3
1.2.2 PCI_Box outline drawings ................................................................................................................... 4
1.3 Installation Specifications ......................................................................................................................... 6
1.3.1 PRIMEQUEST 1800E2 installation specifications ............................................................................... 6
1.3.2 PRIMEQUEST 1800E installation specifications ................................................................................. 7
1.3.3 PCI_Box installation specifications ...................................................................................................... 9
1.4 Installation Area ...................................................................................................................................... 11
1.5 Cooling and Exhaust Air Flows in the Devices ....................................................................................... 14
1.5.1 Cooling and exhaust air flows in the PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E ................................................ 14
1.5.2 Cooling and exhaust air flows in the PCI_Box .................................................................................. 15
1.6 Installation Environment ......................................................................................................................... 16
1.6.1 Dust ................................................................................................................................................... 16
1.6.2 Corrosive gases ................................................................................................................................. 16
1.6.3 Seawater (salt damage) .................................................................................................................... 17
1.7 Security Actions ...................................................................................................................................... 18
CHAPTER 2 Connection Information ............................................................................................................... 19
2.1 Overview of Connections ........................................................................................................................ 20
2.1.1 Overview of Connections (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2) .......................................................................... 20
2.1.2 Overview of Connections (PRIMEQUEST 1800E) ............................................................................ 21
2.2 Signal Cable Connections ...................................................................................................................... 23
2.2.1 Basic interfaces and peripheral devices (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2) ................................................... 23
2.2.2 Basic interfaces and peripheral devices (PRIMEQUEST 1800E) ..................................................... 25
2.2.3 External interface connectors in detail .............................................................................................. 28
2.3 Power Cable Connections ...................................................................................................................... 32
2.3.1 Power cable connections of the PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E ....................................................... 32
2.3.2 Power cable connections of the PCI_Box ......................................................................................... 34
2.4 Input Power Connection Specifications .................................................................................................. 38
2.4.1 PRIMEQUEST 1000 series main unit ................................................................................................ 38
2.4.2 PCI_Box ............................................................................................................................................ 38
2.4.3 Connections between the power distribution box and distribution panel .......................................... 39
2.5 Power Cable Connections under a Raised Floor (Except in Europe) ..................................................... 40
2.6 Shutoff Characteristic of the Customer's Distribution Panel (Only When Connected to the Power Distribution
Box) .................................................................................................................................................... 41
CHAPTER 3 Notes on Carrying In and Installing the Product ......................................................................... 43
3.1 Elevator Load Conditions ........................................................................................................................ 44
3.2 Earthquake Preparedness Measures ..................................................................................................... 45
APPENDIX A Racks ........................................................................................................................................ 47
A.1 Rack Mounting ....................................................................................................................................... 48
A.1.1 Arrangements for installation work .................................................................................................... 48
A.2 Rack Mounting Requirements ................................................................................................................ 51
A.2.1 Requirements for mounting in a Fujitsu 19-inch rack ........................................................................ 51
A.2.2 Requirements for mounting in a rack manufactured by another company ....................................... 57
A.3 Fujitsu 19-inch Racks ............................................................................................................................. 60
A.3.1 Types of 19-inch rack ....................................................................................................................... 60
A.3.2 Outline drawings of 19-inch racks ..................................................................................................... 62
A.3.3 Bottom view drawings of 19-inch racks ............................................................................................. 75
APPENDIX B UPC Interface ............................................................................................................................ 81
B.1 Overview ................................................................................................................................................ 82
B.2 Signal Cable ........................................................................................................................................... 83
B.3 Connection of Main Unit and CVCF and Signal Line Definitions ............................................................ 84
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B.4 Cable Connector .................................................................................................................................... 86
Index ................................................................................................................................................................. 87
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Figures
Figures
Warning label location (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E rear) ............................................................................. ix
Warning label location (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E rear) (IOBs removed) .................................................. ix
Warning label location (PCI_Box) ....................................................................................................................... x
FIGURE 1.1 PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E (front view) ................................................................................... 3
FIGURE 1.2 PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E (rear view) .................................................................................... 3
FIGURE 1.3 PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E (top view) ..................................................................................... 4
FIGURE 1.4 PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E (right side view) ............................................................................ 4
FIGURE 1.5 PCI_Box front view ........................................................................................................................ 5
FIGURE 1.6 PCI_Box rear view ......................................................................................................................... 5
FIGURE 1.7 PCI_Box top view .......................................................................................................................... 5
FIGURE 1.8 PCI_Box right side view ................................................................................................................ 5
FIGURE 1.9 Service area with the 19-inch rack model 1740 (19R-174xx) installed ....................................... 11
FIGURE 1.10 Service area with the 19-inch rack model 1640 (19R-164xx) installed ..................................... 12
FIGURE 1.11 Service area with the 19-inch rack model 1624 (19R-162xx) installed ..................................... 13
FIGURE 1.12 Cooling and exhaust air flows in the PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E ........................................ 14
FIGURE 1.13 Cooling and exhaust air flows in the PCI_Box .......................................................................... 15
FIGURE 2.1 Overview of device connections (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2) ......................................................... 20
FIGURE 2.2 Overview of device connections (PRIMEQUEST 1800E) ........................................................... 21
FIGURE 2.3 Interface cable connections (for the basic interfaces and peripheral devices) (PRIMEQUEST
1800E2) ................................................................................................................................................. 23
FIGURE 2.4 Interface cable connections (for the basic interfaces and peripheral devices) (PRIMEQUEST 1800E)
................................................................................................................................................................ 26
FIGURE 2.5 External interface connectors in the PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E main unit (front view) ........ 28
FIGURE 2.6 External interface connectors in the PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E main unit (rear view) ......... 29
FIGURE 2.7 MMB external interfaces in detail ................................................................................................ 29
FIGURE 2.8 IOB external interfaces in detail .................................................................................................. 30
FIGURE 2.9 GSPB external interfaces in detail ............................................................................................... 30
FIGURE 2.10 PCI_Box external interfaces in detail ........................................................................................ 31
FIGURE 2.11 Standard configuration (primary power feed, no redundant power supply) ............................... 32
FIGURE 2.12 Redundant power supply configuration (primary power feed, redundant power supply) .......... 33
FIGURE 2.13 Dual power feed configuration ................................................................................................... 33
FIGURE 2.14 200 to 240 V standard configuration (primary power feed, no redundant power supply) .......... 34
FIGURE 2.15 200 to 240 V redundant power supply configuration (primary power feed, redundant power supply)
................................................................................................................................................................ 35
FIGURE 2.16 200 to 240 V dual power feed configuration .............................................................................. 36
FIGURE 2.17 100 to 120 V configuration (primary power feed, no redundant power supply) ......................... 37
FIGURE 2.18 100 to 120 V redundant power supply configuration (primary power feed, redundant power supply)
................................................................................................................................................................ 37
FIGURE 2.19 Power cable connections under a raised floor (except in Europe) ............................................ 40
FIGURE 2.20 Distribution panel breaker characteristics ................................................................................. 42
FIGURE A.1 Caution on rack mounting ........................................................................................................... 51
FIGURE A.2 Rack mounting requirements (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E) .................................................. 54
FIGURE A.3 Cable holder locations ................................................................................................................ 55
FIGURE A.4 Removing a cable holder (Model 1740) ...................................................................................... 56
FIGURE A.5 Removing a cable holder (Model 1640/Model 1624) .................................................................. 57
FIGURE A.6 Conditions of rack depth ............................................................................................................. 58
FIGURE A.7 Conditions regarding rack posts ................................................................................................. 59
FIGURE A.8 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1740 (base/with stabilizer) ....................................... 63
FIGURE A.9 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1740 (base/without stabilizer) .................................. 64
FIGURE A.10 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1740 (expansion/with stabilizer) ............................ 66
FIGURE A.11 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1740 (expansion/without stabilizer) ....................... 67
FIGURE A.12 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1640 (base/with stabilizer) ..................................... 68
FIGURE A.13 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1640 (base/without stabilizer) ................................ 69
FIGURE A.14 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1640 (expansion/with stabilizer) ............................ 71
FIGURE A.15 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1640 (expansion/without stabilizer) ....................... 72
FIGURE A.16 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1624 (base/with stabilizer) ..................................... 73
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FIGURE A.17 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1624 (base/without stabilizer) ................................ 73
FIGURE A.18 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1624 (expansion/with stabilizer) ............................ 74
FIGURE A.19 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1624 (expansion/without stabilizer) ....................... 75
FIGURE A.20 Bottom view drawing of the (standard) 19-inch rack ................................................................. 76
FIGURE A.21 Bottom view drawing of the (slim) 19-inch rack ........................................................................ 77
FIGURE A.22 Bottom view drawing of the rack equipped with the pullout stabilizer (standard type only) ....
78
FIGURE A.23 Bottom view drawing of connected 19-inch racks (standard) ................................................... 79
FIGURE A.24 Bottom view drawing of connected 19-inch racks (slim) ........................................................... 79
FIGURE B.1 UPC port locations (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E) .................................................................. 82
FIGURE B.2 Connection of the main unit and CVCF ...................................................................................... 84
FIGURE B.3 Correspondence between UPC interface and signal cable pins ................................................. 86
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Tables
TABLE 1.1 Device names and configuration details .......................................................................................... 2
TABLE 1.2 PRIMEQUEST 1800E2 installation specifications ........................................................................... 6
TABLE 1.3 PRIMEQUEST 1800E installation specifications ............................................................................. 7
TABLE 1.4 PCI_Box installation specifications .................................................................................................. 9
TABLE 1.5 Tolerable limits for corrosive gases ............................................................................................... 16
TABLE 2.1 Notes on device connections (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2) ................................................................ 20
TABLE 2.2 Notes on device connections (PRIMEQUEST 1800E) .................................................................. 22
TABLE 2.3 Cables (for the basic interfaces and peripheral devices) (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2) ...................... 24
TABLE 2.4 Cables (for the basic interfaces and peripheral devices) (PRIMEQUEST 1800E) ........................ 26
TABLE 2.5 Power cable specifications of the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series main unit ...................................... 38
TABLE 2.6 Power cable specifications of the PCI_Box ................................................................................... 38
TABLE 2.7 Specifications of the power cable between the power distribution box and distribution panel ....
39
TABLE 2.8 Breaker characteristics for the customer's distribution panel ........................................................ 41
TABLE 3.1 Elevator load conditions ................................................................................................................ 44
TABLE A.1 Arrangements for installation work ................................................................................................ 48
TABLE A.2 Recommended racks for mounting ............................................................................................... 52
TABLE A.3 PRIMEQUEST 1000 series external dimensions* ......................................................................... 52
TABLE A.4 Rack mounting requirements ........................................................................................................ 52
TABLE A.5 Types of 19-inch rack .................................................................................................................... 60
TABLE B.1 Signal line definitions .................................................................................................................... 84
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Installation Information
This chapter provides various useful information on PRIMEQUEST
1000 series installation. The information includes device configuration
details, device outline drawings, installation specifications, and
various layout diagrams.
1.1 Device Configuration Details ........................................ 2
1.2 Outline Drawings of the Devices .................................. 3
1.3 Installation Specifications ............................................. 6
1.4 Installation Area ......................................................... 11
1.5 Cooling and Exhaust Air Flows in the Devices ........... 14
1.6 Installation Environment ............................................. 16
1.7 Security Actions ......................................................... 18
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1.1
Device Configuration Details
TABLE 1.1 Device names and configuration details lists device names and configuration details.
TABLE 1.1 Device names and configuration details
Device name
Description of configuration
Size (height)
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E
Can accommodate up to 4 system boards (up to 8
CPUs) and up to 2 IO boards.
12U
PCI_Box
Expands the number of PCI Express slots.
Up to 2 units can be connected to the
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E.
The PCI Box has 12 PCI Express slots.
4U
Remarks
All the devices listed in TABLE 1.1 Device names and configuration details can be mounted in EIA-compliant 19inch racks. For details on the 19-inch racks, see APPENDIX A Racks or contact the distributor where you purchased
your product, or your sales representative.
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Outline Drawings of the Devices
This section provides outline drawings of each device.
- 1.2.1 PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E outline drawings
- 1.2.2 PCI_Box outline drawings
1.2.1
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E outline drawings
This section includes outline drawings of the PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E (front, rear, top, and right side views).
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E (front view)
FIGURE 1.1 PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E (front view)
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E (rear view)
FIGURE 1.2 PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E (rear view)
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PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E (top view)
FIGURE 1.3 PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E (top view)
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E (right side view)
FIGURE 1.4 PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E (right side view)
1.2.2
PCI_Box outline drawings
This section includes outline drawings of the PCI_Box (front, rear, top, and right side views).
PCI_Box front view
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FIGURE 1.5 PCI_Box front view
PCI_Box rear view
FIGURE 1.6 PCI_Box rear view
PCI_Box top view
FIGURE 1.7 PCI_Box top view
PCI_Box right side view
FIGURE 1.8 PCI_Box right side view
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Installation Specifications
This section lists the installation specifications of each device.
- 1.3.1 PRIMEQUEST 1800E2 installation specifications
- 1.3.2 PRIMEQUEST 1800E installation specifications
- 1.3.3 PCI_Box installation specifications
1.3.1
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2 installation specifications
TABLE 1.2 PRIMEQUEST 1800E2 installation specifications
Item
External
dimensions
[mm (in.)]
Description
Width
482 (18.98)
Depth (*1)
800 (31.50)
Height
530 (20.87)
Weight [kg (lb)] (*2)
150 (330)
Air conditioning
requirements
Maximum heat output [kJ/h (BTU/h)]
14,400 (13,649)
Exhaust air
FAN at low speed (Low)
3
flow [m /min FAN at normal speed (Normal)
(ft3/min)] (*3)
FAN at high speed (High)
14 (494)
Temperature
and humidity
requirements
(*4)
Temperature [°C (°F)]
(*5)
Humidity [%RH]
20 to 80
Maximum wet-bulb
temperature [°C (°F)]
29 (84.2)
Operating
Non-operating (*6) Temperature [°C (°F)]
Power
requirements
21 (742)
24 (848)
0 to 50 (32 to 122)
Humidity [%RH]
8 to 80
Maximum wet-bulb
temperature [°C (°F)]
29 (84.2)
Noise [dB] (*7) (*8)
61
Acoustic power level [B] (*8)
7.8
Allowable
vibration [m/
s2 (gal)]
Operating (including standby state)
4.0 (400) (synthetic seismic
waves)
Non-operating (*9)
10.0 (1000) (synthetic
seismic waves)
Allowable dust concentration [mg/m3]
0.15
Input voltage and number of phases
200 to 240 VAC ±10%
1φ
Frequency and fluctuation range
50/60 Hz +2/-4%
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Description
Maximum
Operating
power
Standby
consumption/
apparent
power
Input voltage: 200 V
4.00 kW / 4.21 kVA
Input voltage: 200 V
95 W / 126 VA
Power factor (*10)
0.95 or more
Rush current [A] (Inrush time) (*11)
20 or less
Leakage current [mA] (*12)
3.5 or less
*1 The dimensions do not include protrusions.
*2 The values are for the device with all options installed.
However, the values do not include the weight of mounted rack-mount rails (7 kg) and cables.
You can use the following formula to calculate the weight of the device based on its configuration:
Equipment weight = 86 + (11 x A) + (8 x B) + (2 x C) [kg]
- A = Number of mounted SBs (1 to 4)
- B = Number of mounted IO Units (1 or 2)
- C = Number of mounted expansion power supply units (0 to 2)
*3 If the intake air temperature is high (but within the normal temperature range), the fan enters high-speed mode
even when operation is normal.
*4 Condensation is not permitted.
*5 The temperature requirements depend on the altitude at the installation site.
- Installation at 0 to 500 m (0 to 1640 ft.) above sea level: 5 to 35°C (41 to 95.0°F)
- Installation at 500 to 1000 m (1640 to 3281 ft.) above sea level: 5 to 34°C (41 to 93.2°F)
- Installation at 1000 to 1500 m (3281 to 4921 ft.) above sea level: 5 to 33°C (41 to 91.4°F)
- Installation at 1500 to 3000 m (4921 to 9843 ft.) above sea level: 5 to 30°C (41 to 86.0°F)
The altitude specifications for the installation site include an allowable margin of error of ±100 m.
*6 "Non-operating" refers to the condition where a device has been disconnected from the power supply and stored.
*7 The actual acoustic noise level depends on the listener's location and the rack mounting conditions.
*8 The noise and acoustic power levels depend on the ambient temperature.
*9 "Non-operating" refers to the installed device in the power-off state.
*10 This is the value during operation.
*11 This value is for a single input cable.
*12 This value is for a single device.
1.3.2
PRIMEQUEST 1800E installation specifications
TABLE 1.3 PRIMEQUEST 1800E installation specifications
Item
External
dimensions
[mm (in.)]
Description
Width
482 (18.98)
Depth (*1)
800 (31.50)
Height
530 (20.87)
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Description
Weight [kg (lb)] (*2)
150 (330)
Air conditioning
requirements
Maximum heat output [kJ/h (BTU/h)]
14,400 (13,649)
Exhaust air
FAN at low speed (Low)
3
flow [m /min FAN at normal speed (Normal)
(ft3/min)] (*3)
FAN at high speed (High)
14 (494)
Temperature
and humidity
requirements
(*4)
Temperature [°C (°F)]
(*5)
Humidity [%RH]
20 to 80
Maximum wet-bulb
temperature [°C (°F)]
29 (84.2)
Operating
Non-operating (*6) Temperature [°C (°F)]
Power
requirements
21 (742)
24 (848)
0 to 50 (32 to 122)
Humidity [%RH]
8 to 80
Maximum wet-bulb
temperature [°C (°F)]
29 (84.2)
Noise [dB] (*7) (*8)
61
Acoustic power level [B] (*8)
7.8
Allowable
vibration [m/
s2 (gal)]
Operating (including standby state)
4.0 (400) (synthetic seismic
waves)
Non-operating (*9)
10.0 (1000) (synthetic
seismic waves)
Allowable dust concentration [mg/m3]
0.15
Input voltage and number of phases
200 to 240 VAC ±10%
Single phase
Frequency and fluctuation range
50/60 Hz +2/-4%
Maximum
Operating
power
Standby
consumption/
apparent
power
Input voltage: 200 V
4.00 kW / 4.21 kVA
Input voltage: 200 V
95 W / 126 VA
Power factor (*10)
0.95 or more
Rush current [A] (Inrush time) (*11)
20 or less
Leakage current [mA] (*12)
3.5 or less
*1 The dimensions do not include protrusions.
*2 The values are for the device with all options installed.
However, the values do not include the weight of mounted rack-mount rails (7 kg) and cables.
You can use the following formula to calculate the weight of the device based on its configuration:
Equipment weight = 86 + (11 x A) + (8 x B) + (2 x C)
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- A = Number of mounted SBs (1 to 4)
- B = Number of mounted IO Units (1 or 2)
- C = Number of mounted expansion power supply units (0 to 2)
*3 If the intake air temperature is high (but within the normal temperature range), the fan enters high-speed mode
even when operation is normal.
*4 Condensation is not permitted.
*5 The temperature requirements depend on the altitude at the installation site.
- Installation at 0 to 500 m (0 to 1640 ft.) above sea level: 5 to 35°C (41 to 95.0°F)
- Installation at 500 to 1000 m (1640 to 3281 ft.) above sea level: 5 to 34°C (41 to 93.2°F)
- Installation at 1000 to 1500 m (3281 to 4921 ft.) above sea level: 5 to 33°C (41 to 91.4°F)
- Installation at 1500 to 3000 m (4921 to 9843 ft.) above sea level: 5 to 30°C (41 to 86.0°F)
The altitude specifications for the installation site include an allowable margin of error of ±100 m.
*6 "Non-operating" refers to the condition where a device has been disconnected from the power supply and stored.
*7 The actual acoustic noise level depends on the listener's location and the rack mounting conditions.
*8 The noise and acoustic power levels depend on the ambient temperature.
*9 "Non-operating" refers to the installed device in the power-off state.
*10 This is the value during operation.
*11 This value is for a single input cable.
*12 This value is for a single device.
1.3.3
PCI_Box installation specifications
TABLE 1.4 PCI_Box installation specifications
Item
Description
External dimensions Width
[mm (in.)]
Depth (*1)
482 (18.98)
740 (29.13)
Height
175 (6.89)
Weight [kg (lb)] (*2)
Air conditioning
requirements
35 (77)
Maximum heat output [kJ/h (BTU/h)]
1,656 (1,570)
Exhaust air flow
[m3/min (ft3/min)]
(*3)
FAN at low speed (Low)
3 (106)
FAN at normal speed (Normal)
4 (141)
FAN at high speed (High)
5 (177)
Operating
Temperature [°C (°F)]
(*5)
Humidity [%RH]
20 to 80
Maximum wet-bulb
temperature [°C (°F)]
29 (84.2)
Temperature and
humidity
requirements (*4)
Non-operating (*6) Temperature [°C (°F)]
9
0 to 50 (32 to 122)
Humidity [%RH]
8 to 80
Maximum wet-bulb
temperature [°C (°F)]
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Item
Description
Noise [dB]
(Included in main
unit specifications)
Acoustic power level [B]
(Included in main
unit specifications)
Allowable vibration Operating (including standby state)
[m/s2 (gal)]
4.0 (400) (synthetic
seismic waves)
Non-operating (*6)
Power requirements
10.0
(1000) (synthetic
seismic waves)
Allowable dust concentration [mg/m3]
0.15
Input voltage and number of phases
200 to 240
VAC ±10%
100 to 120
VAC ±10%
1φ
Frequency and fluctuation range
Maximum power
Operating
consumption/
apparent power
Standby
50/60 Hz +2/-4%
Input voltage: 200 V
450 W / 475 VA
Input voltage: 100 V
460 W / 485 VA
Input voltage: 200 V
10 W / 40 VA
Input voltage: 100 V
10 W / 35 VA
Power factor (*7)
0.95 or more
Rush current [A] (Inrush time) (*8)
25 or less
Leakage current [mA] (*9)
3.5 or less
*1 The dimensions do not include protrusions.
*2 The values are for the device with all options installed.
However, the values do not include the weight of mounted rack-mount rails (7 kg) and cables.
*3 If the intake air temperature is high (but within the normal temperature range), the fan enters high-speed mode
even when operation is normal.
*4 Condensation is not permitted.
*5 The temperature requirements depend on the altitude at the installation site.
- Installation at 0 to 500 m (0 to 1640 ft.) above sea level: 5 to 35°C (41 to 95.0°F)
- Installation at 500 to 1000 m (1640 to 3281 ft.) above sea level: 5 to 34°C (41 to 93.2°F)
- Installation at 1000 to 1500 m (3281 to 4921 ft.) above sea level: 5 to 33°C (41 to 91.4°F)
- Installation at 1500 to 3000 m (4921 to 9843 ft.) above sea level: 5 to 30°C (41 to 86.0°F)
The altitude specifications for the installation site include an allowable margin of error of ±100 m.
*6 "Non-operating" refers to the condition where a device has been disconnected from the power supply and stored.
*7 This is the value during operation.
*8 This value is for a single input cable.
*9 This value is for a single device.
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1.4
Installation Area
This section shows the installation area and service areas of the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series and PCI_Box. The
diagrams assume that the devices are mounted in Fujitsu 19-inch racks.
The actual installation and service areas may vary depending on the 19-inch rack with the mounted device. For
details on the 19-inch racks, see APPENDIX A Racks or contact the distributor where you purchased your product,
or your sales representative.
No.
Description
(1)
Service area
(2)
Front of the device
FIGURE 1.9 Service area with the 19-inch rack model 1740 (19R-174xx) installed
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Description
(1)
Service area
(2)
Front of the device
FIGURE 1.10 Service area with the 19-inch rack model 1640 (19R-164xx) installed
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Description
(1)
Service area
(2)
Front of the device
FIGURE 1.11 Service area with the 19-inch rack model 1624 (19R-162xx) installed
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Cooling and Exhaust Air Flows in the Devices
This section shows the cooling and exhaust air flows in each device.
- 1.5.1 Cooling and exhaust air flows in the PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E
- 1.5.2 Cooling and exhaust air flows in the PCI_Box
Note
An important consideration in the planning for installation of the device is the cooling and exhaust air flows. If the
device is installed without regard to these air flows, the device may take in exhaust air from another device, or vice
versa. The exhaust air would likely have an effect on that device. Such an installation runs the risk of continuous
output of intake air temperature alarms from this device or another device that monitors the intake air temperature.
1.5.1
Cooling and exhaust air flows in the PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E
No.
Description
(1)
Air intake
(2)
Exhaust air
(3)
Exhaust vent
FIGURE 1.12 Cooling and exhaust air flows in the PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E
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Cooling and exhaust air flows in the PCI_Box
No.
Description
(1)
Air intake
(2)
Exhaust air
(3)
Exhaust vent
FIGURE 1.13 Cooling and exhaust air flows in the PCI_Box
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1.6
Installation Environment
This section describes matters regarding the installation environment of equipment.
- 1.6.1 Dust
- 1.6.2 Corrosive gases
- 1.6.3 Seawater (salt damage)
1.6.1
Dust
Airborne dust
Ensure that airborne dust does not exceed 0.15 mg/m3 in computer rooms. Most computers are designed to withstand
this level of airborne dust. This is the same as the permissible level for airborne dust in a general office and should
be easily attainable in a computer room where there is little inflow of outside air containing airborne dust and
cigarette smoke.
Removing dust
Airborne dust is collected by air filters in the air conditioner. The computer room must be periodically cleaned to
remove dust on and under the floor. Cleaning is required in the following situations:
- When the construction of the computer room has just been completed, and it is ready to house equipment.
- When the computer room has been repaired.
- When equipment already in position in the computer room has been relocated.
1.6.2
Corrosive gases
Corrosive gases must be removed and kept out by using appropriate air cleaning facilities. Maintaining positive
pressure in the computer room with filtered air will serve as a safeguard against the entry of corrosive gases from
an outside source. TABLE 1.5 Tolerable limits for corrosive gases lists the tolerable limits for different kinds of
corrosive gases.
TABLE 1.5 Tolerable limits for corrosive gases
Gas name
Tolerable limit
Hydrogen sulfide (H2S)
7.1 ppb and under
Sulfur dioxide (sulfur oxide) (SO2)
37 ppb and under
Hydrogen chloride (HCI)
6.6 ppb and under
Chlorine (CI2)
3.4 ppb and under
Hydrogen fluoride (HF)
3.6 ppb and under
Nitrogen dioxide (nitrogen oxide) (NO2)
52 ppb and under
Ammonia (NH3)
Ozone (O3)
Oil vapor
420 ppb and under
5 ppb and under
0.2 mg/m3 and under
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1.6.3
Seawater (salt damage)
The air in the vicinity of coastal areas contains large amounts of airborne sea salt particles. If these particles remain
inside computers, substances are formed by a condensation reaction of chemicals. These substances and the
humidity lead to insulation failure and the corrosion and deterioration of components and materials. Therefore,
computers should be installed in locations at a distance from coastal areas.
The following outlines installation criteria for preventing salt water damage due to airborne sea salt particles.
Criteria: The installation site shall not be within 0.5 km of the ocean or coastal areas (unless the computer room
uses air conditioners to filter out airborne sea salt particles from outside air).
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1.7
Security Actions
For details on security actions, see "CHAPTER 8 Security Actions" in the SPARC
Enterprise/PRIMEQUEST Common Installation Planning Manual (C120-H007EN).
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Connection Information
This chapter describes the cables used with the PRIMEQUEST 1000
series and provides an overview of cable connections.
2.1 Overview of Connections ........................................... 20
2.2 Signal Cable Connections .......................................... 23
2.3 Power Cable Connections .......................................... 32
2.4 Input Power Connection Specifications ...................... 38
2.5 Power Cable Connections under a Raised Floor (Except
in Europe) .............................................................. 40
2.6 Shutoff Characteristic of the Customer's Distribution Panel
(Only When Connected to the Power Distribution Box)
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2.1
Overview of Connections
This section describes an overview of connections for the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series.
2.1.1
Overview of Connections (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2)
FIGURE 2.1 Overview of device connections (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2) shows an overview of device connections
for the PRIMEQUEST 1800E2.
FIGURE 2.1 Overview of device connections (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2)
TABLE 2.1 Notes on device connections (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2)
Number in
Figure 2.1
*1
*2
Component
System board
IO unit
Description
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2
Up to 4 units can be
mounted.
IO board PRIMEQUEST 1800E2
Up to 2 units can be
mounted.
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Number in
Figure 2.1
Component
*3
GSPB
Description
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2
Up to 2 units can be
mounted.
*4
MMB
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2
Up to 2 units can be
mounted.
*5
PCI_Box
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2
Up to 2 units can be
connected.
2.1.2
Overview of Connections (PRIMEQUEST 1800E)
FIGURE 2.2 Overview of device connections (PRIMEQUEST 1800E) shows an overview of device connections
for the PRIMEQUEST 1800E.
FIGURE 2.2 Overview of device connections (PRIMEQUEST 1800E)
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TABLE 2.2 Notes on device connections (PRIMEQUEST 1800E)
Number in
Figure 2.2
*1
Component
System board
*2
Description
PRIMEQUEST 1800E
Up to 4 units can be
mounted.
IO board PRIMEQUEST 1800E
Up to 2 units can be
mounted.
GSPB
PRIMEQUEST 1800E
Up to 2 units can be
mounted.
PRIMEQUEST 1800E
Up to 2 units can be
IO unit
*3
*4
MMB
mounted.
*5
PCI_Box
PRIMEQUEST 1800E
Up to 2 units can be
connected.
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2.2
Signal Cable Connections
This section provides a cable connection diagram and a list of signal cables. The section also describes dos and
don'ts on cable preparation.
- 2.2.1 Basic interfaces and peripheral devices (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2)
- 2.2.2 Basic interfaces and peripheral devices (PRIMEQUEST 1800E)
- 2.2.3 External interface connectors in detail
2.2.1
Basic interfaces and peripheral devices (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2)
FIGURE 2.3 Interface cable connections (for the basic interfaces and peripheral devices) (PRIMEQUEST
1800E2) shows a diagram of cable connections for the basic interfaces and peripheral devices of the PRIMEQUEST
1800E2. TABLE 2.3 Cables (for the basic interfaces and peripheral devices) (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2) lists the
cables.
Cable connection diagram (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2)
FIGURE 2.3 Interface cable connections (for the basic interfaces and peripheral devices) (PRIMEQUEST
1800E2)
Remarks
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- The numbers in parentheses ( ) correspond to the cable numbers in TABLE 2.3 Cables (for the basic interfaces
and peripheral devices) (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2) .
- For a 10GBase-CR cable, use the 10GBase-CR (TWINAX) cable specified for the connected switch product.
List of cables
Determine the length of an external interface cable by considering the extra length required for laying the cable
inside the cabinet.
TABLE 2.3 Cables (for the basic interfaces and peripheral devices) (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2)
No.
(1)
Name
Twisted-pair cable
(Category 5
UTP cable)
Model name
TPCBL-B005
TPCBL-B010
TPCBL-B015
TPCBL-B030
(2)
5m
10 m
15 m
30 m
50 m
TPCBL-B100
100 m
Enhanced Category 5 TPCBL-C005
UTP cable
TPCBL-C010
TPCBL-C030
SAS cable
Sold separately: Select from lengths of 5, 10,
15, 30, 50, and 100 m.
100Base-TX and 10Base-T connections use
this cable (Category 5).
RJ45 8Pin - RJ45 8Pin
Length
TPCBL-B050
TPCBL-C015
(3)
Commercially available types
Sold separately: Select from lengths of 5, 10,
15, 30, 50, and 100 m.
1000Base-T, 100Base-TX, and 10BaseT connections use this cable (Category 5e).
RJ45 8Pin - RJ45 8Pin
5m
10 m
15 m
30 m
TPCBL-C050
50 m
TPCBL-C100
100 m
CBL-SASM1U
CBL-SASM3U
Sold separately: Select from lengths of 1.5 1.5 m
and 3 m.
miniSAS (SFF-8088) - miniSAS (SFF-8088) 3 m
For use in countries other than Japan
(4)
RS232C cable
(D-Sub 9Pin-9Pin,
crossover cable)
FMV-CBL501
1.5 m
(5)
PCI Express cable
Included with
PCI_Box
2m
(6)
Multimode
Fibre Channel cable
CBL-MLLB02
CBL-MLLB05
CBL-MLLB15
CBL-MLLC05
CBL-MLLC10
CBL-MLLC20
CBL-MLLC30
Sold separately: Select from lengths of 2, 5, 2 m
and 15 m.
5m
Dual LC connector - Dual LC connector
15 m
Without cable insulation
Sold separately: Select from lengths of 5, 10, 5 m
20, 30, 40, and 50 m.
10 m
Dual LC connector - Dual LC connector
20 m
With cable insulation
30 m
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Name
Multimode
Fibre Channel cable
Model name
Commercially available types
Length
CBL-MLLC40
40 m
CBL-MLLC50
50 m
CBL-MLLD1A
Sold separately: 100 m (with cable
insulation)
Dual LC connector - Dual LC connector
CBL-MLSB02
CBL-MLSB15
Sold separately: Select from lengths of 2, 5, 2 m
and 15 m.
5m
Dual LC connector - Dual SC connector
15 m
Without cable insulation
CBL-MLSC05
Sold separately: Select from lengths of 5, 10, 5 m
CBL-MLSC10
20, 30, 40, and 50 m.
Dual LC connector - Dual SC connector
With cable insulation
CBL-MLSB05
CBL-MLSC20
100 m
10 m
20 m
CBL-MLSC30
30 m
CBL-MLSC40
40 m
CBL-MLSC50
50 m
CBL-MLSA1A
Sold separately: 100 m (with cable
100 m
insulation)
Dual LC connector - Dual SC connector
(8)
SAS cable
PG-CBLA014/
Sold separately: Select from lengths of 2, 4, 2 m
PG-CBLA015/
PG-CBLA016
and 6 m.
4m
miniSAS (SFF-8088) - miniSAS (SFF-8088)
6m
For a 10GBase-CR cable, use the 10GBase-CR (TWINAX) cable specified for the connected switch product.
2.2.2
Basic interfaces and peripheral devices (PRIMEQUEST 1800E)
FIGURE 2.4 Interface cable connections (for the basic interfaces and peripheral devices) (PRIMEQUEST
1800E) shows a diagram of cable connections for the basic interfaces and peripheral devices of the PRIMEQUEST
1800E.TABLE 2.4 Cables (for the basic interfaces and peripheral devices) (PRIMEQUEST 1800E) lists the cables.
Cable connection diagram
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FIGURE 2.4 Interface cable connections (for the basic interfaces and peripheral devices) (PRIMEQUEST
1800E)
Remarks
The numbers in parentheses ( ) correspond to the cable numbers in TABLE 2.4 Cables (for the basic interfaces and
peripheral devices) (PRIMEQUEST 1800E).
List of cables
Determine the length of an external interface cable by considering the extra length required for laying the cable
inside the cabinet.
TABLE 2.4 Cables (for the basic interfaces and peripheral devices) (PRIMEQUEST 1800E)
No.
(1)
Name
Twisted-pair cable
(Category 5 UTP
cable)
Model name
TPCBL-B005
TPCBL-B010
TPCBL-B015
TPCBL-B030
Commercially available types
Sold separately: Select from lengths of 5, 10,
15, 30, 50, and 100 m.
100Base-TX and 10Base-T connections use
this cable (Category 5).
RJ45 8Pin - RJ45 8Pin
TPCBL-B050
Length
5m
10 m
15 m
30 m
50 m
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Name
Model name
Commercially available types
TPCBL-B100
(2)
Enhanced Category 5 TPCBL-C005
UTP cable
TPCBL-C010
TPCBL-C015
TPCBL-C030
(3)
SAS cable
Length
100 m
Sold separately: Select from lengths of 5, 10,
15, 30, 50, and 100 m.
1000Base-T, 100Base-TX, and 10Base-T
connections use this cable (Category 5e).
RJ45 8Pin - RJ45 8Pin
5m
10 m
15 m
30 m
TPCBL-C050
50 m
TPCBL-C100
100 m
CBL-SASM1U
CBL-SASM3U
Sold separately: Select from lengths of 1.5 1.5 m
and 3 m.
miniSAS (SFF-8088) - miniSAS (SFF-8088) 3 m
For use in countries other than Japan
(4)
RS232C cable
(D-Sub 9Pin-9Pin,
crossover cable)
FMV-CBL501
1.5 m
(5)
PCI Express cable
Included with
PCI_Box
2m
(6)
Multimode
Fibre Channel cable
CBL-MLLB02
CBL-MLLB05
CBL-MLLB15
CBL-MLLC05
CBL-MLLC30
Sold separately: Select from lengths of 5, 10, 5 m
20, 30, 40, and 50 m.
10 m
Dual LC connector - Dual LC connector
20 m
With cable insulation
30 m
CBL-MLLC40
40 m
CBL-MLLC50
50 m
CBL-MLLC10
CBL-MLLC20
(7)
Multimode
Fibre Channel cable
Sold separately: Select from lengths of 2, 5, 2 m
and 15 m.
5m
Dual LC connector - Dual LC connector
15 m
Without cable insulation
CBL-MLLD1A
Sold separately: 100 m (with cable
insulation)
Dual LC connector - Dual LC connector
CBL-MLSB02
Sold separately: Select from lengths of 2, 5, 2 m
and 15 m.
5m
Dual LC connector - Dual SC connector
15 m
Without cable insulation
CBL-MLSB05
CBL-MLSB15
CBL-MLSC05
CBL-MLSC10
CBL-MLSC20
CBL-MLSC30
100 m
Sold separately: Select from lengths of 5, 10, 5 m
20, 30, 40, and 50 m.
10 m
Dual LC connector - Dual SC connector
20 m
With cable insulation
30 m
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2.2.3
Name
SAS cable
Model name
Commercially available types
Length
CBL-MLSC40
40 m
CBL-MLSC50
50 m
CBL-MLSA1A
Sold separately: 100 m (with cable
insulation)
Dual LC connector - Dual SC connector
100 m
PG-CBLA014/
PG-CBLA015/
PG-CBLA016
Sold separately: Select from lengths of 2, 4, 2 m
and 6 m.
4m
miniSAS (SFF-8088) - miniSAS (SFF-8088)
6m
External interface connectors in detail
This section shows the mounting locations of the external interface connectors for the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series.
Consider the mounting location when calculating the extra length of a cable.
External interface connectors in the PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E main unit
MMB external interfaces in detail
IOB external interfaces in detail
GSPB external interfaces in detail
PCI_Box external interfaces in detail
External interface connectors in the PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E main unit
FIGURE 2.5 External interface connectors in the PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E main unit (front view)
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FIGURE 2.6 External interface connectors in the PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E main unit (rear view)
MMB external interfaces in detail
FIGURE 2.7 MMB external interfaces in detail
IOB external interfaces in detail
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FIGURE 2.8 IOB external interfaces in detail
GSPB external interfaces in detail
FIGURE 2.9 GSPB external interfaces in detail
PCI_Box external interfaces in detail
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No.
Description
(1)
PCI Express interface #1
(2)
PCI Express interface #0
FIGURE 2.10 PCI_Box external interfaces in detail
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2.3
Power Cable Connections
This section shows diagrams of the input power distribution for the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series main unit and the
PCI_Box.
- 2.3.1 Power cable connections of the PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E
- 2.3.2 Power cable connections of the PCI_Box
2.3.1
Power cable connections of the PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E
This section shows diagrams of the input power distribution for the PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E.
Standard configuration (primary power feed, no redundant power supply)
Redundant power supply configuration (primary power feed, redundant power supply)
Dual power feed configuration
Standard configuration (primary power feed, no redundant power supply)
FIGURE 2.11 Standard configuration (primary power feed, no redundant power supply)
*1 Power cables (AC#0 to AC#1) are connected to PSUs (PSU#0 to PSU#1) on a one-to-one basis.
*2 The power distribution box must be prepared separately.
*3 To use a power distribution box, it must meet the breaker characteristics for the customer's distribution panel.
(See 2.6 Shutoff Characteristic of the Customer's Distribution Panel (Only When Connected to the Power
Distribution Box).)
Redundant power supply configuration (primary power feed, redundant power supply)
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FIGURE 2.12 Redundant power supply configuration (primary power feed, redundant power supply)
*1 Power cables (AC#0 to AC#2) are connected to PSUs (PSU#0 to PSU#2) on a one-to-one basis.
*2 This change to the power supply configuration requires a redundant power supply (200 V), which must be
prepared separately.
*3 The power distribution box must be prepared separately.
*4 To use a power distribution box, it must meet the breaker characteristics for the customer's distribution panel.
(See 2.6 Shutoff Characteristic of the Customer's Distribution Panel (Only When Connected to the Power
Distribution Box).)
Dual power feed configuration
FIGURE 2.13 Dual power feed configuration
*1 Power cables (AC#0 to AC#3) are connected to PSUs (PSU#0 to PSU#3) on a one-to-one basis.
*2 This change to the power supply configuration requires a dual power supply (200 V), which must be prepared
separately.
*3 The power distribution box must be prepared separately.
*4 To use a power distribution box, it must meet the breaker characteristics for the customer's distribution panel.
(See 2.6 Shutoff Characteristic of the Customer's Distribution Panel (Only When Connected to the Power
Distribution Box).)
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2.3.2
Power cable connections of the PCI_Box
This section shows diagrams of the input power distribution for the PCI_Box.
Remarks
Use the same power configuration for the PCI_Box as that for the main unit, which is either a redundant
configuration or dual power feed configuration.
200 to 240 V standard configuration (primary power feed, no redundant power supply)
200 to 240 V redundant power supply configuration (primary power feed, redundant power supply)
200 to 240 V dual power feed configuration
100 to 120 V configuration (primary power feed, no redundant power supply)
100 to 120 V redundant power supply configuration (primary power feed, redundant power supply)
200 to 240 V standard configuration (primary power feed, no redundant power supply)
FIGURE 2.14 200 to 240 V standard configuration (primary power feed, no redundant power supply)
*1 The power cable (AC#0) is connected to the PSU (PSU#0) on a one-to-one basis.
*2 The power distribution box must be prepared separately.
*3 To use a power distribution box, it must meet the breaker characteristics for the customer's distribution panel.
(See 2.6 Shutoff Characteristic of the Customer's Distribution Panel (Only When Connected to the Power
Distribution Box).)
200 to 240 V redundant power supply configuration (primary power feed, redundant power
supply)
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FIGURE 2.15 200 to 240 V redundant power supply configuration (primary power feed, redundant power
supply)
*1 Power cables (AC#0 to AC#1) are connected to PSUs (PSU#0 to PSU#1) on a one-to-one basis.
*2 This change to the power supply configuration requires a redundant power supply (200 V) for the PCI_Box, and
the power supply must be prepared separately.
*3 The power distribution box must be prepared separately.
*4 To use a power distribution box, it must meet the breaker characteristics for the customer's distribution panel.
(See 2.6 Shutoff Characteristic of the Customer's Distribution Panel (Only When Connected to the Power
Distribution Box).)
200 to 240 V dual power feed configuration
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FIGURE 2.16 200 to 240 V dual power feed configuration
*1 Power cables (AC#0 to AC#1) are connected to PSUs (PSU#0 to PSU#1) on a one-to-one basis.
*2 This change to the power supply configuration requires a redundant power supply (200 V) for the PCI_Box, and
the power supply must be prepared separately.
*3 The power distribution box must be prepared separately.
*4 To use a power distribution box, it must meet the breaker characteristics for the customer's distribution panel.
(See 2.6 Shutoff Characteristic of the Customer's Distribution Panel (Only When Connected to the Power
Distribution Box).)
100 to 120 V configuration (primary power feed, no redundant power supply)
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FIGURE 2.17 100 to 120 V configuration (primary power feed, no redundant power supply)
*1 The power cable (AC#0) is connected to the PSU (PSU#0) on a one-to-one basis.
*2 This change to the power supply configuration requires a 100 V power supply for the PCI_Box, and the power
supply must be prepared separately.
*3 Use the power cable supplied with the 100 V power supply for the PCI_Box instead of the standard power cable
supplied with the device.
100 to 120 V redundant power supply configuration (primary power feed, redundant power
supply)
FIGURE 2.18 100 to 120 V redundant power supply configuration (primary power feed, redundant power
supply)
*1 Power cables (AC#0 to AC#1) are connected to PSUs (PSU#0 to PSU#1) on a one-to-one basis.
*2 This change to the power supply configuration requires a redundant power supply (100 V) for the PCI_Box, and
the power supply must be prepared separately.
*3 Use the power cable supplied with the redundant power supply (100 V) for the PCI_Box instead of the standard
power cable supplied with the device.
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2.4
Input Power Connection Specifications
This section lists the specifications of input power connections.
- 2.4.1 PRIMEQUEST 1000 series main unit
- 2.4.2 PCI_Box
- 2.4.3 Connections between the power distribution box and distribution panel
2.4.1
PRIMEQUEST 1000 series main unit
TABLE 2.5 Power cable specifications of the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series main unit lists the input power
connections specifications of the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series main unit.
TABLE 2.5 Power cable specifications of the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series main unit
Plug type
IEC320-C20 type
Remarks
Shape of receptacle
outlet
IEC320-C19 type
Remarks
- Connect the device with the power cable supplied with the device or the power cable supplied with the optional
component. Do not use the power cable supplied with the device to connect a different product.
- Use a plug that matches the shape of the receptacle outlet.
2.4.2
PCI_Box
TABLE 2.6 Power cable specifications of the PCI_Box lists the input power connections specifications of the
PCI_Box.
TABLE 2.6 Power cable specifications of the PCI_Box
Plug type
IEC320-C14 type
Remarks
Shape of receptacle
outlet
IEC320-C13 type
Remarks
- Connect the device with the power cable supplied with the device or the power cable supplied with the optional
component. Do not use the power cable supplied with the device to connect a different product.
- Use a plug that matches the shape of the receptacle outlet.
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2.4.3
Connections between the power distribution box and distribution panel
TABLE 2.7 Specifications of the power cable between the power distribution box and distribution panel lists the
specifications of power cables between the power distribution box and distribution panel.
TABLE 2.7 Specifications of the power cable between the power distribution box and distribution panel
Destination
For use in countries
other than Japan
Plug type
Remarks
Shape of receptacle
outlet
NEMA L6-30P
Shape of receptacle
outlet
For use in Brazil
IEC60309-32A
NEMA L6-30R (North America
only)
30A-220VAC
IEC60309
32A-250VAC
Remarks
- Connect the device with only the power cable supplied with the device. Do not use the power cable supplied
with the device to connect a different product.
- Use a plug that matches the shape of the receptacle outlet.
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2.5
Power Cable Connections under a Raised Floor (Except in
Europe)
For a power distribution box (or the main unit or the PCI_Box) whose power cable is connected under a raised
floor, the recommended underfloor height is at least 300 mm (11.8 in.), depending on the connector shape and the
radius of the cable loop. (See (1) in FIGURE 2.19 Power cable connections under a raised floor (except in
Europe).)
If the underfloor height is less than 300 mm (11.8 in.), install the receptacle outlet sideways. (See (2) in FIGURE
2.19 Power cable connections under a raised floor (except in Europe).)
In either case, prepare a receptacle outlet close to the device.
FIGURE 2.19 Power cable connections under a raised floor (except in Europe)
Remarks
- The above figure shows an example with the device mounted in a Fujitsu 19-inch rack.
- The values in parentheses ( ) are in inches.
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2.6
Shutoff Characteristic of the Customer's Distribution Panel
(Only When Connected to the Power Distribution Box)
To protect the device when it is connected to the customer's distribution panel through a power distribution box,
the breaker of the device (or the power distribution box) must trip before the corresponding breaker in the customer's
distribution panel. For this reason, the breakers in the customer's distribution panel must meet the characteristics
listed in TABLE 2.8 Breaker characteristics for the customer's distribution panel. Use only breakers that meet these
characteristics.
TABLE 2.8 Breaker characteristics for the customer's distribution panel
Power input
200 to 240 VAC
Device name
Breaker for use in countries other than
European countries (*)
Power distribution box 30 A
Breaker for use in
Europe (*)
32 A
* Capacity of a breaker in the customer's distribution panel
Use a long-time-delay type of breaker whose characteristics correspond to phase D shown in FIGURE 2.20
Distribution panel breaker characteristics (IEC898 or DIN0641 Part II). Alternatively, use a slower breaker.
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FIGURE 2.20 Distribution panel breaker characteristics
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Notes on Carrying In and
Installing the Product
This chapter provides notes on carrying in and installing the
PRIMEQUEST 1000 series server.
3.1 Elevator Load Conditions ........................................... 44
3.2 Earthquake Preparedness Measures ......................... 45
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3.1
Elevator Load Conditions
The rack with the device mounted is wider than the average computer. Therefore, to use an elevator to carry in the
rack, the rack may need the side boards or doors removed before loading on the elevator. When using an elevator
to carry in the rack, see the elevator load conditions in TABLE 3.1 Elevator load conditions and confirm that you
are properly loading the rack on the elevator.
TABLE 3.1 Elevator load conditions
Elevator code
Load
capacity
[kg]
Width
(*1)
Depth
(*1)
Height
(*1)
Width
(*2)
Height
(*2)
Rack
Models 2742/2737/2724/
2642/2624/2616
Models 1740/1640/1624
P-6-C0
450
1400
850
2300
800
2100
Cannot be loaded
P-9-C0
600
1400
1100
2300
800
2100
Cannot be loaded
P-11-C0
750
1400
1350
2300
800
2100
Can be loaded
P-13-C0
900
1600
1350
2300
900
2100
Can be loaded
P-15-C0
1000
1600
1800
1500
1300
2300
900
1000
2100
Can be loaded
P-17-C0
1150
1800
2000
1500
1350
2300
1000
1100
2100
Can be loaded
P-20-C0
1350
1800
2000
1700
1500
2300
1000
1100
2100
Can be loaded
P-24-C0
1600
2000
2150
1750
1600
2300
1100
2100
Can be loaded
*1 Interior dimensions of the cab [mm]
*2 Door opening dimensions [mm]
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3.2
Earthquake Preparedness Measures
The purpose of the earthquake preparedness measures is to prevent the computer from falling and breaking, and to
ensure operator safety as well as quick system recovery. To prevent damage to the computer system from an
earthquake, Fujitsu provides an earthquake countermeasure called "fixed construction." (A fixed construction
prevents the device from falling by fixing it in place.)
The necessity of a fixed construction is determined from the following factors:
- Magnitude of floor vibrations at the installation site
- Whether the floor is a raised floor
- Device structure
Before choosing an earthquake countermeasure and performing the actual work for earthquake preparedness,
consult with Fujitsu's engineering works department.
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APPENDIX A
Racks
This appendix provides various information on the mounting racks for
the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series and PCI_Box.
A.1 Rack Mounting ........................................................... 48
A.2 Rack Mounting Requirements ................................... 51
A.3 Fujitsu 19-inch Racks ................................................ 60
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APPENDIX A Racks
A.1
Rack Mounting
The PRIMEQUEST 1000 series (including peripheral devices) has been developed and its operation guaranteed
with the basic assumption that it is mounted in a Fujitsu 19-inch rack. The requirements in A.1.1 Arrangements for
installation work must be satisfied for safe use of a unit mounted in a Fujitsu 19-inch rack.
When mounting the PRIMEQUEST products in a rack manufactured by another company, customers need to
confirm on their own responsibility that the rack meets the PRIMEQUEST product specifications and requirements.
See A.2.2 Requirements for mounting in a rack manufactured by another company.
For details on the models 2742/2737/2724/2642/2624/2616, contact the distributor where you purchased your
product, or your sales representative.
A.1.1
Arrangements for installation work
Arrange the installation work by using the following steps.
Remarks
For the models 2742/2737/2724/2642/2624/2616, contact the distributor where you purchased your product, or
your sales representative.
TABLE A.1 Arrangements for installation work
(1)
Consider
earthquakeresistant
anchoring for rack
installation.
(2)
Select a rack.
(3)
Select a fixed
construction.
(4)
Arrange for an
optional
earthquakeresistance kit.
If the rack is fixed Select a rack that Fixed
in place
comes without a construction
stabilizer.
using an
earthquakeresistance kit
Earthquakeresistance kit
(*1)(*2)
Remarks
*1 The engineer responsible
arranges for the bolts and other
parts that secure the rack to the
building.
*2 There are earthquakeresistance kits for the base racks
and expansion racks.
For base rack: Front part x 1, rear
part x 1, side part x 2, and 1 set of
rack fixing bolts
For expansion rack: Front part x 1,
rear part x 1, and 1 set of rack
fixing bolts
Note
If an earthquake-resistance kit for
a base rack is used for an
expansion rack, there will be
leftover parts. These are the parts
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(1)
Consider
earthquakeresistant
anchoring for rack
installation.
(2)
Select a rack.
(3)
Select a fixed
construction.
(4)
Arrange for an
optional
earthquakeresistance kit.
Remarks
to be attached to the sides of the
rack.
If an earthquake-resistance kit for
an expansion rack is used for a
base rack, there will not be enough
parts. These are the parts to be
attached to the sides of the rack.
Operation without the side parts
attached is not possible.
Fixed
None (*1)
construction
using leveling feet
If the rack is not
Select a rack that -
fixed in place
comes with a
stabilizer.
arranges for the bolts and other
parts that secure the rack to the
building.
None
(*3)(*4)
*1 The engineer responsible
*3 Even if the selected rack comes
with a stabilizer, it can also be
fixed in place with an earthquakeresistance kit. However, among
the components included in the
earthquake-resistance kit, the
leftover part will be the part to be
attached to the front of the rack.
*4 Even if the selected rack comes
with a stabilizer, it can also be
fixed in place with leveling feet
while the stabilizer remains
attached. In such cases, the
stabilizer is not necessarily
functional.
(1) Consider earthquake-resistant anchoring for rack installation.
Before selecting a 19-inch rack, consider whether to use earthquake-resistant anchoring for rack installation
according to the customer's required earthquake-resistance level and the conditions in the building where the rack
will be installed.
A rack fixed in place in a general building is earthquake-resistant up to an acceleration of 1000 gal.
For a rack not to be fixed in place, be sure to select one that comes with a stabilizer. Use the stabilizer to prevent
the rack from toppling during maintenance of any device mounted in the rack. In such cases, the rack in a general
building is earthquake-resistant up to an acceleration of 250 gal.
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(2) Select a rack.
For a rack to be fixed in place, select one that comes without a stabilizer. See "(3) Select a fixed construction"
below.
For a rack not to be fixed in place, be sure to select one that comes with a stabilizer. See TABLE A.1 Arrangements
for installation work.
Note
For a rack not to be fixed in place, be sure to select one that comes with a stabilizer, regardless of whether the
building or flooring has earthquake-resistant (seismic) features. Use the stabilizer to prevent the rack from toppling
during maintenance of any device mounted in the rack.
(3) Select a fixed construction.
The two types of construction for fixing the rack in place are as follows:
- Construction using an optional earthquake-resistance kit
- Construction using leveling feet
After considering conditions such as the installation floor, select either construction type appropriate to the
conditions.
To use an earthquake-resistance kit to fix the rack in place, see "(4) Arrange for an optional earthquake-resistance
kit" below.
To use leveling feet to fix the rack in place, see TABLE A.1 Arrangements for installation work.
Note
Unless it is fixed to the floor, a rack that comes without a stabilizer cannot be used. The rack must be fixed in place
to prevent it from toppling, such as during maintenance of a device mounted in the rack.
(4) Arrange for an optional earthquake-resistance kit.
To use an earthquake-resistance kit, arrange for the optional earthquake-resistance kit appropriate to the respective
base or expansion rack.
- For Model 1740 base rack: 19R-17ST1
- For Model 1740 expansion rack: 19R-17ST2
- For Model 1640/1624 base rack: 19R-16ST1
- For Model 1640/1624 expansion rack: 19R-16ST2
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A.2
Rack Mounting Requirements
This section describes rack mounting requirements.
- A.2.1 Requirements for mounting in a Fujitsu 19-inch rack
- A.2.2 Requirements for mounting in a rack manufactured by another company
Note
When mounting in the rack, do not hold the cabinet by the handle of a fan.
No.
(1)
Description
Handle of a fan
FIGURE A.1 Caution on rack mounting
A.2.1
Requirements for mounting in a Fujitsu 19-inch rack
This section explains the requirements for mounting in a Fujitsu 19-inch rack. For safe use of the PRIMEQUEST
1000 series server mounted in a Fujitsu 19-inch rack, observe the mounting requirements described below.
Recommended racks for mounting
The following table lists the recommended racks for mounting the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series server and PCI_Box.
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TABLE A.2 Recommended racks for mounting
Fujitsu 19-inch rack
Depth (mm)
Open area ratio
Model 2742
1050
80%
Model 2737
1050
80%
Model 2724
1050
80%
Model 2642
1050
80%
Model 2624
1050
80%
Model 2616
1050
75%
Model 1740
1050
80%
Model 1640
1050
80%
Model 1624
1050
80%
TABLE A.3 PRIMEQUEST 1000 series external dimensions*
Model
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E
Height
Width
530 mm
440 mm
(12U)
(Panel included:
482 mm)
Depth
800 mm
* The external dimensions do not include protrusions.
Note
The Fujitsu 19-inch rack comes with a blank panel covering the front of each empty space that has no mounted
device.
If warm exhaust air from the device circulates to the front of the rack and reenters the device, it may cause a
temperature alarm and lead to a device failure.
Be sure to use the blank panel to cover the front of an empty space that has no mounted device.
Rack mounting requirements
The following table lists the requirements for mounting in one rack.
TABLE A.4 Rack mounting requirements
Model
Number of
mountable units
Mounting area
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E
Up to 2 units
The bottom of the mounted device
must not be below 1U.
The top of the mounted device must
not be above the upper limit (26U).
(*)
PCI_Box
No mounting requirements (*)
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*:
For the models 2742/2737/2724/2642/2624/2616, the bottom of the mounted device must not be below
2U. It is not mountable at 1U of the lowest rack.
For details, contact the distributor where you purchased your product, or your sales representative.
No.
Description
(1)
PCI_Box (4U)
(2)
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E upper limit
position (26U)
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(3)
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E cabinet (12U)
(4)
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E lower limit
position (1U)
FIGURE A.2 Rack mounting requirements (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E)
Removing the cable holders from the Fujitsu 19-inch rack (only for mounting in the Models
2742/2737/2724/2642/2624/2616/1740/1640/1624)
If the attached cable holders are in the mounting area for the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series server in the Fujitsu 19inch rack, remove the cable holders or adjust the mounting location of the server so that the mounting area does
not include the locations of the cable holders.
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No.
(1)
Description
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E
Locations of the cable holders to be removed
(Both sides of the (upper) front cover)
FIGURE A.3 Cable holder locations
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Procedure for removing cable holders (Model 1740)
Remove the cable holders by using a Phillips screwdriver.
No.
Description
(1)
M5 screw
(2)
Cable holder
(3)
Phillips screwdriver
FIGURE A.4 Removing a cable holder (Model 1740)
Procedure for removing cable holders (Model 1640/Model 1624)
Remove the cable holders by using a Phillips screwdriver.
Before removing cable holders on the side of the door hinges, you need to remove the attached door.
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Description
(1)
Cable holder
(2)
Machine screw (SEMS w/washer screw M5 x 12)
FIGURE A.5 Removing a cable holder (Model 1640/Model 1624)
A.2.2
Requirements for mounting in a rack manufactured by another company
When mounting the PRIMEQUEST products in a rack manufactured by another company, customers need to
confirm on their own responsibility that the rack meets the PRIMEQUEST product specifications and requirements.
Note
Fujitsu does not guarantee there will be no problems arising from the mounting of the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series
server (including peripheral devices) in a rack manufactured by another company.
Examples: Cooling problem due to an insufficient supply of cooling air because of the rack structure, and insufficient
earthquake-resistance because the rack manufactured by another company is not strong enough
If mounting in a rack manufactured by another company cannot be avoided, confirm that the rack satisfies all of
the following structural requirements.
Conditions of rack depth
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The device is mounted in a rack using a rack mounting kit (supplied with the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series server).
Therefore, the following conditions regarding distance must be satisfied. One condition is the allowable spacing
between posts. The second condition is the length from the inside of the front cover to the front surface of the front
rack posts. The third condition is the length from the front surface of the front rack posts to the inside of the rear
cover.
FIGURE A.6 Conditions of rack depth
Conditions regarding rack posts
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FIGURE A.7 Conditions regarding rack posts
A: Space for attaching the device front panel: 483 mm (19.0 in.) or more
B: Distance between holes on the left and right device mounting posts (common to the front and rear posts): 465
mm (18.3 in.)
C: Distance between the left and right posts (common to the front and rear posts): 450 mm (17.7 in.) or more
D: EIA standard, universal pitch
E: Length of each side of a square hole: 9 to 9.5 mm (0.354 to 0.374 in.)
Other conditions
Besides structural conditions, the following conditions must also be considered.
- Cooling of devices mounted in the rack
Install the rack such that the temperature inside the rack satisfies the temperature conditions in 1.3 Installation
Specifications.
Especially, cover the front of empty spaces in the rack and take other such necessary measures to prevent
exhaust air from devices from recirculating to the air intake.
- Securing the maintenance work area (service area)
Secure the service area required for the maintenance work performed by a Fujitsu certified service engineer.
Referring to the Fujitsu rack service areas in 1.4 Installation Area and to the installation manual of the rack
used, determine the service areas.
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A.3
Fujitsu 19-inch Racks
This section shows the types, outline drawings, and bottom view drawings of Fujitsu 19-inch racks.
- A.3.1 Types of 19-inch rack
- A.3.2 Outline drawings of 19-inch racks
- A.3.3 Bottom view drawings of 19-inch racks
Remarks
For the outline drawings and dimensions of the models 2742/2737/2724/2642/2624/2616, contact the distributor
where you purchased your product, or your sales representative.
A.3.1
Types of 19-inch rack
TABLE A.5 Types of 19-inch rack lists the racks in which the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series server and PCI_Box
can be mounted.
Remarks
For the racks on which models can be mounted, the models 2742/2737/2724/2642/2624/2616 are also available.
For details, contact the distributor where you purchased your product, or your sales representative.
TABLE A.5 Types of 19-inch rack
Item
No.
Model name
Product name
Width
(*1)
Depth
(*1)
Height
(*1)
Total
weight
capacity
(*2)(*3)
Rack
weight
(*2)
Total
rack
weight
(*2)
Remarks
1
19R-174A1
19-inch rack
Model 1740
(base/with
stabilizer)
(standard)
700
(27.6)
1272
(50.1)
2000
(78.8)
800
(1760)
143
(315)
(*4)
943
(2075)
40U
with side
boards
2
19R-174A2
19-inch rack 700
Model 1740 (27.6)
(base/without
stabilizer)
(standard)
1050
(41.3)
2000
(78.8)
800
(1760)
135
(297)
935
(2057)
40U
with side
boards
3
19R-174B1
19-inch rack
Model 1740
(expansion/
with
stabilizer)
(standard)
(*5)
700
(27.6)
1272
(50.1)
2000
(78.8)
800
(1760)
110
(242)
(*4)
910
(2002)
40U
without side
boards
4
19R-174B2
19-inch rack
Model 1740
700
(27.6)
1050
(41.3)
2000
(78.8)
800
(1760)
102
(224)
902
(1984)
40U
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No.
Model name
Product name
Width
(*1)
Depth
(*1)
Height
(*1)
Total
weight
capacity
(*2)(*3)
Rack
weight
(*2)
Total
rack
weight
(*2)
(expansion/
without
stabilizer)
(standard)
(*5)
Remarks
without side
boards
5
19R-164A1
19-inch rack
Model 1640
(base/with
stabilizer)
(slim)
600
(23.6)
1050
(41.3)
2000
(78.8)
800
(1760)
126
(277)
(*4)
926
(2037)
40U
with side
boards
6
19R-164A2
19-inch rack 600
Model 1640 (23.6)
(base/without
stabilizer)
(slim)
1050
(41.3)
2000
(78.8)
800
(1760)
118
(256)
918
(2019)
40U
with side
boards
7
19R-164B1
19-inch rack
Model 1640
(expansion/
with
stabilizer)
(slim)
600
(23.6)
1050
(41.3)
2000
(78.8)
800
(1760)
94
(206)
(*4)
894
(1966)
40U
without side
boards
8
19R-164B2
19-inch rack
Model 1640
(expansion/
without
stabilizer)
(slim)
600
(23.6)
1050
(41.3)
2000
(78.8)
800
(1760)
86
(189)
886
(1949)
40U
without side
boards
9
19R-162A1
19-inch rack
Model 1624
(base/with
stabilizer)
600
(23.6)
1050
(41.3)
1264
(49.7)
480
(1056)
94
(206)
(*4)
574
(1262)
24U
with side
boards
10
19R-162A2
19-inch rack 600
Model 1624 (23.6)
(base/without
stabilizer)
(slim)
1050
(41.3)
1264
(49.7)
480
(1056)
86
(189)
566
(1245)
24U
with side
boards
11
19R-162B1
19-inch rack
Model 1624
1050
(41.3)
1264
(49.7)
480
(1056)
75
(165)
(*4)
555
(1221)
24U
without side
boards
600
(23.6)
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No.
Model name
Product name
Width
(*1)
Depth
(*1)
Height
(*1)
Total
weight
capacity
(*2)(*3)
Rack
weight
(*2)
Total
rack
weight
(*2)
Remarks
(expansion/
with
stabilizer)
(slim)
12
19R-162B2
19-inch rack
Model 1624
(expansion/
without
stabilizer)
(slim)
600
(23.6)
1050
(41.3)
1264
(49.7)
480
(1056)
67
(147)
547
(1203)
24U
without side
boards
*1 Rack size [mm (in.)]
*2 Weight [kg (lb.)]
*3 The value does not include the weight of the rack itself.
*4 The rack weight includes the weight of the stabilizer that prevents the rack from toppling.
*5 To use an expansion rack (MC-R7RC21), connect it to a base rack (MC-R7RC11). Expansion racks (MCR7RC21) can also be connected together.
A.3.2
Outline drawings of 19-inch racks
This section provides outline drawings of each rack.
Remarks
For the outline drawings and dimensions of the models 2742/2737/2724/2642/2624/2616, contact the distributor
where you purchased your product, or your sales representative.
19-inch rack Model 1740 (base/with stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1740 (base/without stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1740 (expansion/with stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1740 (expansion/without stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1640 (base/with stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1640 (base/without stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1640 (expansion/with stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1640 (expansion/without stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1624 (base/with stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1624 (base/without stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1624 (expansion/with stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1624 (expansion/without stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1740 (base/with stabilizer)
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Description
(1)
Top view
(2)
Rear view
(3)
Right side view
(4)
Front view
(5)
Stabilizer
(6)
Top cover
FIGURE A.8 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1740 (base/with stabilizer)
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No.
Description
(1)
Top view
(2)
Rear view
(3)
Right side view
(4)
Front view
FIGURE A.9 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1740 (base/without stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1740 (expansion/with stabilizer)
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Description
(1)
Top view
(2)
Rear view
(3)
Right side view
(4)
Front view
(5)
Bottom view
(6)
Leveling foot
(7)
Caster
FIGURE A.10 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1740 (expansion/with stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1740 (expansion/without stabilizer)
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(1)
Top view
(2)
Rear view
(3)
Right side view
(4)
Front view
FIGURE A.11 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1740 (expansion/without stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1640 (base/with stabilizer)
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Description
(1)
Top view
(2)
Rear view
(3)
Right side view
(4)
Front view
(5)
Stabilizer
(6)
Top cover
FIGURE A.12 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1640 (base/with stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1640 (base/without stabilizer)
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(1)
Top view
(2)
Rear view
(3)
Right side view
(4)
Front view
FIGURE A.13 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1640 (base/without stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1640 (expansion/with stabilizer)
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(1)
Top view
(2)
Rear view
(3)
Right side view
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Front view
(5)
Bottom view
(6)
Leveling foot
(7)
Caster
FIGURE A.14 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1640 (expansion/with stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1640 (expansion/without stabilizer)
No.
(1)
Description
Top view
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Rear view
(3)
Right side view
(4)
Front view
FIGURE A.15 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1640 (expansion/without stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1624 (base/with stabilizer)
No.
Description
(1)
Top view
(2)
Rear view
(3)
Right side view
(4)
Front view
(5)
Stabilizer
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Description
Top cover
FIGURE A.16 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1624 (base/with stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1624 (base/without stabilizer)
No.
Description
(1)
Top view
(2)
Rear view
(3)
Right side view
(4)
Front view
FIGURE A.17 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1624 (base/without stabilizer)
19-inch rack Model 1624 (expansion/with stabilizer)
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Description
(1)
Top view
(2)
Rear view
(3)
Right side view
(4)
Front view
(5)
Bottom view
(6)
Leveling foot
(7)
Caster
FIGURE A.18 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1624 (expansion/with stabilizer)
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No.
Description
(1)
Top view
(2)
Rear view
(3)
Right side view
(4)
Front view
FIGURE A.19 Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1624 (expansion/without stabilizer)
A.3.3
Bottom view drawings of 19-inch racks
This section provides bottom view drawings of 19-inch racks.
Bottom view drawing of the (standard) 19-inch rack
Bottom view drawing of the (slim) 19-inch rack
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Bottom view drawing of the rack equipped with the pullout stabilizer (standard type only)
Bottom view drawing of connected 19-inch racks (standard)
Bottom view drawing of connected 19-inch racks (slim)
Bottom view drawing of the (standard) 19-inch rack
FIGURE A.20 Bottom view drawing of the (standard) 19-inch rack
Bottom view drawing of the (slim) 19-inch rack
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FIGURE A.21 Bottom view drawing of the (slim) 19-inch rack
Bottom view drawing of the rack equipped with the pullout stabilizer (standard type only)
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FIGURE A.22 Bottom view drawing of the rack equipped with the pullout stabilizer (standard type only)
Bottom view drawing of connected 19-inch racks (standard)
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FIGURE A.23 Bottom view drawing of connected 19-inch racks (standard)
Bottom view drawing of connected 19-inch racks (slim)
FIGURE A.24 Bottom view drawing of connected 19-inch racks (slim)
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APPENDIX B
UPC Interface
This appendix describes the UPC interface that can be used with the
PRIMEQUEST 1000 series.
B.1 Overview .................................................................... 82
B.2 Signal Cable .............................................................. 83
B.3 Connection of Main Unit and CVCF and Signal Line
Definitions .............................................................. 84
B.4 Cable Connector ........................................................ 86
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APPENDIX B UPC Interface
B.1
Overview
The CVCF provides a stable power supply to the system even in the event of a power abnormality or major power
outage.
Through a connection between the CVCF and a UPC port on the main unit with a signal cable, the CVCF can notify
the main unit of abnormal power conditions when it detects them. On receiving such notification, the main unit
performs emergency shutdown processing, and thus can safely stop operation.
The following figure shows the locations of the UPC ports of the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series:
No.
Description
(1)
UPC#1 port
(2)
UPC#0 port
FIGURE B.1 UPC port locations (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E)
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B.2
Signal Cable
For the signal cable, use a shielded-pair cable that satisfies the following specifications.
- Direct current resistance (round trip/one pair): 400 W/km or lower
- Cable length: up to 10 m (33 ft.)
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B.3
Connection of Main Unit and CVCF and Signal Line Definitions
This section shows the connection of the main unit and CVCF. This section also provides definitions of the signal
lines.
The figure below is a connection diagram of the main unit and CVCF.
FIGURE B.2 Connection of the main unit and CVCF
TABLE B.1 Signal line definitions
Signal name
Pin
Function
*BPS/
*UALM
6
Hardware abnormality signal
When this signal becomes valid, the PRIMEQUEST notifies the system administrator of
a CVCF abnormal condition.
When the *ACOFF signal goes ON with the *BPS signal already ON, the system judges
that battery-supported operation cannot be executed by the CVCF. In this case, forcible
system stop is executed instead of shutdown processing. Stopping operation in this manner
may cause damage to the system or data.
The signal becomes valid when this line and GND (pin 5) are short-circuited.
*BTL
7
Near-end-of-battery-discharge notification signal
The signal on this line notifies the PRIMEQUEST of the approaching end of discharge of
the CVCF battery.
This signal is used to notify the PRIMEQUEST that the power supply will shortly be
stopped because of battery power depletion, when power is being supplied from the CVCF
due to a power failure.
When the signal goes ON, the system judges that battery-supported operation cannot be
executed any longer. In this case, forcible system stop is executed instead of shutdown
processing. Stopping operation in this manner may cause damage to the system or data.
The signal becomes valid when this line and GND (pin 5) are short-circuited.
*ACOFF
9
Power failure detection signal
The signal on this line notifies the PRIMEQUEST that the CVCF has detected a power
failure.
When the signal becomes valid, the PRIMEQUEST performs automatic shutdown
processing.
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Signal name
Pin
Function
The length of the time from when the *ACOFF signal goes ON to when shutdown
processing actually starts can be specified from the MMB according to the operation. (*1)
The signal becomes valid when this line and GND (pin 5) are short-circuited.
GND
5
Common ground signal
*1: Shutdown Delay after UPS detected AC Failure: There is a possibility that the power failure detection signal
will be caused by a momentary power interruption. To be prepared for such cases, the maximum wait time until
shutdown can be specified (default value: 5 seconds).
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APPENDIX B UPC Interface
B.4
Cable Connector
This section describes the connector type and the correspondence between the UPC interface and the signal cable
pins.
Connector type
D-SUB9 male connector (receptacle: female)
Pin assignment
The figure below shows the UPC interface and pin assignment of the signal cable.
Unused pins (pins 1, 2, 3, 4, and 8 in the FIGURE B.2 Connection of the main unit and CVCF) must not be used.
The pin assignment on the cable side is as shown below.
FIGURE B.3 Correspondence between UPC interface and signal cable pins
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Index
External interface connectors in the PRIMEQUEST
1800E2/1800E main unit (front view)............................. 28
External interface connectors in the PRIMEQUEST
1800E2/1800E main unit (rear view)............................... 29
[Numbers]
100 to 120 V configuration (primary power feed, no
redundant power supply).................................................. 37
100 to 120 V redundant power supply configuration (primary
power feed, redundant power supply).............................. 37
200 to 240 V dual power feed configuration.................... 36
200 to 240 V redundant power supply configuration (primary
power feed, redundant power supply).............................. 35
200 to 240 V standard configuration (primary power feed, no
redundant power supply).................................................. 34
[F]
Fujitsu 19-inch Racks....................................................... 60
[G]
GSPB external interfaces in detail................................... 30
[I]
[A]
Input Power Connection Specifications........................... 38
Installation Area............................................................... 11
Installation Environment.................................................. 16
Installation Information...................................................... 1
Installation Specifications.................................................. 6
Interface cable connections (for the basic interfaces and
peripheral devices) (PRIMEQUEST 1800E)................... 26
Interface cable connections (for the basic interfaces and
peripheral devices) (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2)................. 23
IOB external interfaces in detail....................................... 30
Arrangements for installation work.................................. 48
[B]
Bottom view drawing of connected 19-inch racks (slim)....
79
Bottom view drawing of connected 19-inch racks (standard)
.......................................................................................... 79
Bottom view drawing of the (slim) 19-inch rack............. 77
Bottom view drawing of the (standard) 19-inch rack...... 76
Bottom view drawing of the rack equipped with the pullout
stabilizer (standard type only).......................................... 78
Breaker characteristics for the customer's distribution panel
.......................................................................................... 41
[M]
MMB external interfaces in detail.................................... 29
[N]
[C]
Notes on Carrying In and Installing the Product.............. 43
Notes on device connections (PRIMEQUEST 1800E)....
22
Notes on device connections (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2)....
20
Cable Connector............................................................... 86
Cable holder locations...................................................... 55
Cables (for the basic interfaces and peripheral devices)
(PRIMEQUEST 1800E)................................................... 26
Cables (for the basic interfaces and peripheral devices)
(PRIMEQUEST 1800E2) ................................................ 24
Caution on rack mounting................................................ 51
Conditions of rack depth.................................................. 58
Conditions regarding rack posts....................................... 59
Connection Information................................................... 19
Connection of Main Unit and CVCF and Signal Line
Definitions........................................................................ 84
Connection of the main unit and CVCF........................... 84
Cooling and Exhaust Air Flows in the Devices............... 14
Cooling and exhaust air flows in the PCI_Box................ 15
Cooling and exhaust air flows in the PRIMEQUEST
1800E2/1800E.................................................................. 14
Correspondence between UPC interface and signal cable pins
.......................................................................................... 86
[O]
Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1624 (base/
without stabilizer)............................................................. 73
Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1624 (base/with
stabilizer).......................................................................... 73
Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1624 (expansion/
without stabilizer)............................................................. 75
Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1624 (expansion/
with stabilizer).................................................................. 74
Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1640 (base/
without stabilizer)............................................................. 69
Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1640 (base/with
stabilizer).......................................................................... 68
Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1640 (expansion/
without stabilizer)............................................................. 72
Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1640 (expansion/
with stabilizer).................................................................. 71
Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1740 (base/
without stabilizer)............................................................. 64
Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1740 (base/with
stabilizer).......................................................................... 63
Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1740 (expansion/
without stabilizer)............................................................. 67
Outline drawing of the 19-inch rack Model 1740 (expansion/
with stabilizer).................................................................. 66
[D]
Device Configuration Details............................................. 2
Device names and configuration details............................. 2
Distribution panel breaker characteristics........................ 42
Dual power feed configuration......................................... 33
[E]
Earthquake Preparedness Measures................................. 45
Elevator Load Conditions................................................. 44
Elevator load conditions................................................... 44
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Outline Drawings of the Devices....................................... 3
Overview.......................................................................... 82
Overview of Connections................................................. 20
Overview of device connections (PRIMEQUEST 1800E)....
21
Overview of device connections (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2)...
20
Specifications of the power cable between the power
distribution box and distribution panel............................. 39
Standard configuration (primary power feed, no redundant
power supply)................................................................... 32
[T]
Tolerable limits for corrosive gases................................. 16
Types of 19-inch rack....................................................... 60
[P]
[U]
PCI_Box external interfaces in detail............................... 31
PCI_Box front view........................................................... 5
PCI_Box installation specifications................................... 9
PCI_Box rear view............................................................. 5
PCI_Box right side view.................................................... 5
PCI_Box top view.............................................................. 5
Power Cable Connections................................................ 32
Power Cable Connections under a Raised Floor (Except in
Europe)............................................................................. 40
Power cable connections under a raised floor (except in
Europe)............................................................................. 40
Power cable specifications of the PCI_Box..................... 38
Power cable specifications of the PRIMEQUEST 1000 series
main unit........................................................................... 38
PRIMEQUEST 1000 series external dimensions............. 52
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E (front view)...................... 3
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E (rear view)....................... 3
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E (right side view).............. 4
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E (top view)........................ 4
PRIMEQUEST 1800E2 installation specifications............ 6
PRIMEQUEST 1800E installation specifications.............. 7
UPC Interface................................................................... 81
UPC port locations (PRIMEQUEST 1800E2/1800E)..... 82
[R]
Rack Mounting................................................................. 48
Rack Mounting Requirements.......................................... 51
Rack mounting requirements........................................... 52
Rack mounting requirements (PRIMEQUEST
1800E2/1800E)................................................................. 54
Racks................................................................................ 47
Recommended racks for mounting.................................. 52
Redundant power supply configuration (primary power feed,
redundant power supply).................................................. 33
Removing a cable holder (Model 1640/Model 1624)...... 57
Removing a cable holder (Model 1740)........................... 56
[S]
Security Actions............................................................... 18
Service area with the 19-inch rack model 1624 (19R-162xx)
installed............................................................................ 13
Service area with the 19-inch rack model 1640 (19R-164xx)
installed............................................................................ 12
Service area with the 19-inch rack model 1740 (19R-174xx)
installed............................................................................ 11
Shutoff Characteristic of the Customer's Distribution Panel
(Only When Connected to the Power Distribution Box)....
41
Signal Cable..................................................................... 83
Signal Cable Connections................................................ 23
Signal line definitions....................................................... 84
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