Installation manual | Fujitsu C122-H007-01EN Server User Manual

FUJITSU Server
PRIMEQUEST 2000 Series
Hardware Installation Manual
C122-H007-01EN
Preface
Preface
This manual describes the functions and features of the PRIMEQUEST 2000 series. The manual is intended for system
administrators.
For details on the regulatory compliance statements and safety precautions, see the PRIMEQUEST 2000 Series Safety
and Regulatory Information (C122-E171XA).
Errata and addenda for the manual
The PRIMEQUEST 2000 Series Errata and Addenda (C122-E182EN) provides errata and addenda for the manual.
Read the PRIMEQUEST 2000 Series Errata and Addenda (C122-E182EN) thoroughly in reference to the manual.
Organization of this manual
This manual is organized as follows.
CHAPTER 1 Installation Data
Chapter 1 provides various useful information on PRIMEQUEST 2000 series installation. The information includes device
configuration details, device outline drawings, installation specifications, and various layout diagrams.
CHAPTER 2 Connected Information
Chapter 2 describes the cables used with the PRIMEQUEST 2000 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 2000 series server.
Appendix A Racks
Appendix A provides various information on the mounting racks for the PRIMEQUEST 2000 series and PCI_Box.
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Revision History
Edition
1
Date
2014-02-18
Revised location (type) (*1)
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Description
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*1: 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.
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Product operating environment
This product is a computer intended for use in a computer room environment. For details on the product operating
environment, see the following manual:
PRIMEQUEST 2000 Series Hardware Installation Manual (C122-H007EN)
Safety Precautions
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.
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Newly installing or moving equipment
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Removing the front, rear, and side covers
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Installing and removing built-in options
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Connecting and disconnecting external interface cables
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Maintenance (repair and periodic diagnosis and maintenance)
The List of important alert items table lists important alert items.
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List of important alert items
This manual does not contain important alert items.
Warning labels
Never remove the warning labels.
Warning label location (the main cabinet top)
Warning label location (the main cabinet left)
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Warning label location (PCI_Box)
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Notes on Handling the Product
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.
Adding optional products
For stable operation of the PRIMEQUEST 2000 series server, use only a Fujitsu-certified optional product as an added
option.
Note that the PRIMEQUEST 2000 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.
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Newly installing or moving equipment
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Removing the front, rear, and side covers
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Installing and removing built-in options
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Connecting and disconnecting external interface cables
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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. PRIMEQUEST 2000 Series General Description
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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.
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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.
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 2000 series, use the Fujitsu contact line.
Fujitsu contact line
We accept Web inquiries. For details, visit our website:
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 2000
Series Administration Manual (C122-E175ENEN). 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 2000 Series
Administration Manual (C122-E175ENEN).
The system settings saved by the customer will be used during maintenance.
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Manual
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 this manual.
Manuals for the PRIMEQUEST 2000 series
The following manuals have been prepared to provide you with the information necessary to use the PRIMEQUEST 2000
series.
You can access HTML versions of these manuals at the following sites:
Japanese-language site: http://jp.fujitsu.com/platform/server/primequest/manual/2000/
Global site: http://www.fujitsu.com/global/services/computing/server/primequest/
http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com/
Title
Description
PRIMEQUEST 2000 Series
Describes what manuals you should read and how to access
Getting Started Guide
important information after unpacking the PRIMEQUEST 2000
Manual code
C122-E170XA
series server. (This manual comes with the product.)
PRIMEQUEST 2000 Series
Contains important information required for using the
Safety and Regulatory
PRIMEQUEST 2000 series safely.
C122-E171XA
Information
PRIMEQUEST 2000 Series
Provides errata and addenda for the PRIMEQUEST 2000 series
Errata and Addenda
manuals. This manual will be updated as needed.
PRIMEQUEST 2000 Series
Describes the functions and features of the PRIMEQUEST 2000
General Description
series.
SPARC Enterprise/
Provides the necessary information and concepts you should
PRIMEQUEST Common
understand for installation and facility planning for SPARC
Installation Planning Manual
Enterprise and PRIMEQUEST installations.
PRIMEQUEST 2000 Series
Includes the specifications of and the installation location
Hardware Installation Manual
requirements for the PRIMEQUEST 2000 series.
PRIMEQUEST 2000 Series
Describes how to set up the PRIMEQUEST 2000 series server,
Installation Manual
including the steps for installation preparation, initialization, and
C122-E182EN
C122-B025EN
C120-H007EN
C122-H007EN
C122-E174EN
software installation.
PRIMEQUEST 2000 Series
Describes how to use the Web-UI and UEFI to assure proper
User Interface Operating
operation of the PRIMEQUEST 2000 series server.
C122-E176EN
Instructions
PRIMEQUEST 2000 Series
Administration Manual
Describes how to use tools and software for system
C122-E175EN
administration and how to maintain the system (component
replacement and error notification).
PRIMEQUEST 2000 Series
Provides information on operation methods and settings, including C122-E177EN
Tool Reference
details on the MMB, PSA, and UEFI functions.
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Title
Description
Manual code
PRIMEQUEST 2000 Series
Lists the messages that may be displayed when a problem occurs C122-E178EN
Message Reference
during operation and describes how to respond to them.
PRIMEQUEST 2000 Series
Describes REMCS service installation and operation
C122-E180EN
PRIMEQUEST 2000 Series
Defines the PRIMEQUEST 2000 series related terms and
C122-E179EN
Glossary
abbreviations.
REMCS Installation Manual
Related manuals
The following manuals relate to the PRIMEQUEST 2000 series.
You can access these manuals at the following site:
http://www.fujitsu.com/global/services/computing/server/primequest/
http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com/
Contact your sales representative for inquiries about the ServerView manuals
Title
Description
ServerView Suite ServerView
Describes how to install and start ServerView Operations
Operations Manager Quick
Manager in a Windows environment.
Manual code
None
Installation (Windows)
ServerView Suite ServerView
Describes how to install and start ServerView Operations
Operations Manager Quick
Manager in a Linux environment.
None
Installation (Linux)
ServerView Suite ServerView
Describes the installation procedure using ServerView Installation None
Installation Manager
Manager.
ServerView Suite ServerView
Provides an overview of server monitoring using ServerView
Operations Manager Server
Operations Manager, and describes the user interface of
Management
ServerView Operations Manager.
ServerView Suite ServerView
Describes RAID management using ServerView RAID Manager. None
None
RAID Management User Manual
ServerView Suite Basic Concepts Describes basic concepts about ServerView Suite.
None
ServerView Operations Manager Describes installation and update installation of ServerView Linux None
Installation ServerView Agents for Agent.
Linux
ServerView Operations Manager Describes installation and update installation of ServerView
None
Installation ServerView Agents for Windows Agent.
Windows
ServerView Mission Critical
Describes the necessary functions unique to PRIMEQUEST
Option User Manual
(notification via the MMB, hot replacement command) and
None
ServerView Mission Critical Option (SVmco), which is required for
supporting these functions..
ServerView RAID Manager
Describes the installation and settings required to use ServerView None
VMware vSphere ESXi 5
RAID Manager on the VMware vSphere ESXi 5 server.
Installation Guide
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Title
Description
MegaRAID SAS Software
Manual code
Provides technical information on using RAID controllers.
None
Refer to the manual from the SVS-ServerView Suite ServerBooks
DVD(Manual)2 supplied with the product or from the following
URL:
The Fujitsu Technology Solutions manuals server
http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com/
MegaRAID SAS Device Driver
Provides technical information on using RAID controllers.
Installation
Refer to the manual from the SVS-ServerView Suite ServerBooks
None
DVD(Manual)2 supplied with the product or from the following
URL:
The Fujitsu Technology Solutions manuals server
http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com/
Modular RAID Controller
Provides technical information on using RAID controllers.
Installation Guide
Refer to the manual from the SVS-ServerView Suite ServerBooks
None
DVD(Manual)2 supplied with the product or from the following
URL:
The Fujitsu Technology Solutions manuals server
http://manuals.ts.fujitsu.com/
Abbreviations
This manual uses the following product name abbreviations.
Formal product name
Abbreviation
Microsoft ® Windows Server ® 2012 R2 Datacenter
Windows, Windows Server 2012
Microsoft ® Windows Server ® 2012 R2 Standard
Microsoft ® Windows Server ® 2012 Datacenter
Microsoft ® Windows Server ® 2012 Standard
Microsoft ® Windows Server ® 2008 R2 Standard
Windows, Windows Server 2008
Microsoft ® Windows Server ® 2008 R2 Enterprise
Microsoft ® Windows Server ® 2008 R2 Datacenter
Red Hat ® Enterprise Linux ® 6 (for Intel64)
Linux, RHEL6, RHEL
Novell (R) SUSE(R) LINUX Enterprise Server 11 Service Pack 3
SLES11 SP3
Oracle Linux 6 (x86_64)
Oracle Linux, Oracle Linux 6
VMware vSphere (R) 5
VMware, vSphere 5.x, VMware 5, VMware 5.x
VMware (R) ESXi (TM) 5
ESXi, ESXi 5, ESXi 5.x
Trademarks
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Microsoft, Windows, and Windows Server are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the
United States and/or other countries.
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Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds.
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Red Hat, the Shadowman logo and JBoss are registered trademarks of Red Hat, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.
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Oracle and Java are registered trademark of Oracle Corporation and its related company.
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Intel, Intel logo, Intel Inside, Intel Inside logo, Intel Atom, Intel Atom Inside, Intel Core, Core Inside, Intel vPro, vPro
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Inside, Celeron, Celeron Inside, Itanium, Itanium Inside, Pentium, Pentium Inside, Xeon, Xeon Phi, Xeon Inside,
Ultrabook are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation.
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Ethernet is a registered trademark of Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. in Japan and is a registered trademark of Xerox Corp. in the
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VMware is a trademark or registered trademark of VMware, Inc. in the United States and other countries.
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Novell and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server are trademarks of Novell, Inc.
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Xen is a trademark or registered trademark of Citrix Systems, Inc. or its subsidiaries in the United States and other
United States and other countries.
countries.
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Other company names and product names are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
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Trademark indications are omitted for some system and product names in this manual.
Notation
This manual uses the following fonts and symbols to express specific types of information.
Font or symbols
italics
Meaning
Example
Title of a manual that you should refer to
See the PRIMEQUEST 2000 Series
Installation Manual (C122-E174EN).
Window names as well as the names of
[]
Click the [OK] button.
buttons, tabs, and drop-down menus in
windows are enclosed in brackets.
Notation for the CLI (command line interface)
The following notation is used for commands.
Command syntax
Command syntax is represented as follows.
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Variables requiring the entry of a value are enclosed in angle brackets < >.
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Optional elements are enclosed in brackets [ ].
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Options for optional keywords are grouped in | (stroke) separated lists enclosed in brackets [ ].
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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)
Notes on notations
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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
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The contents of this manual may be revised without prior notice.
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In this manual, the Management Board and MMB firmware are abbreviated as "MMB."
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In this manual, IOU_10GbE and IOU_1GbE are collectively referred to as IO Units.
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Screenshots contained in this manual may differ from the actual product screen displays.
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The IP addresses, configuration information, and other such information contained in this manual are display
examples and differ from that for actual operation.
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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.
This manual shall not be reproduced or copied without the permission of Fujitsu Limited.
Copyright 2014 FUJITSU LIMITED
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Contents
Preface................................................................................................................................................................................................................ i
CHAPTER 1
Installation Data....................................................................................................................................................................1
1.1
Configuration Contents of Device .................................................................................................................................................1
1.2
External Overview of Device .........................................................................................................................................................1
1.2.1
External Overview of Device (Main equipment)......................................................................................................................1
1.2.2
1.3
External Overview of Device (PCI_Box)..................................................................................................................................5
Installation Specifications...............................................................................................................................................................6
1.3.1
Installation specifications (PRIMEQUEST 2400E) .................................................................................................................6
1.3.2
Installation Specifications (PRIMEQUEST 2800E).................................................................................................................8
1.3.3
Installation Specifications (PRIMEQUEST 2800B).............................................................................................................. 10
1.3.4
Installation Specifications (PCI_Box) .................................................................................................................................... 12
1.4
Installation Area........................................................................................................................................................................... 13
1.5
Flow of Cooling Air and Exhaust Air of Installation.................................................................................................................... 14
1.5.1
Flow of Cooling Air and Exhaust Air (Main Cabinet) ............................................................................................................ 14
1.5.2
Flow of Cooling Air and Exhaust (PCI_Box)......................................................................................................................... 14
1.6
Installation Environment ............................................................................................................................................................. 15
1.6.1
Dust ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 15
1.6.2
Corrosive Gas ........................................................................................................................................................................ 15
1.6.3
Sea Water (Salt Damage) ..................................................................................................................................................... 15
1.7
Safety Measures......................................................................................................................................................................... 15
CHAPTER 2
Connected Information ..................................................................................................................................................... 16
2.1
Connection summary ................................................................................................................................................................. 16
2.2
Connection of signal cable ......................................................................................................................................................... 17
2.2.1
Basic interface and peripheral ............................................................................................................................................... 17
2.2.2
Details of external interface connection ................................................................................................................................ 17
2.3
Power cable connection ............................................................................................................................................................. 22
2.3.1
Power Supply Cable Connection (PRIMEQUEST 2400E) ................................................................................................. 22
2.3.2
Power Cables Connections (PRIMEQUEST 2800E/2800B).............................................................................................. 25
2.3.3
Power Cable Connections (PCI_Box) .................................................................................................................................. 27
2.4
Connection Specifications of Input Power ................................................................................................................................. 30
2.4.1
Input Power Connection Specifications (Base Cabinet) ...................................................................................................... 30
2.4.2
Input Power Supply Connection Specifications (PCI_Box) ................................................................................................. 30
2.4.3
Power Distribution Box and Distribution Panel ..................................................................................................................... 31
2.5
Free Access Underfloor Connection of Power Cable............................................................................................................... 31
2.6
Cutoff Characteristics of Distribution Panel (At the time of connecting power distribution box).............................................. 32
CHAPTER 3
Notes on Carrying In and Installing the Product .............................................................................................................. 34
3.1
Elevator Load Conditions ........................................................................................................................................................... 34
3.2
Earthquake Preparedness Measures ....................................................................................................................................... 34
Appendix A Racks.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 35
A.1 Rack Mounting..................................................................................................................................................................................... 35
A.2 Rack Mounting Requirements ............................................................................................................................................................ 35
A.2.1 Requirements for mounting in a Fujitsu 19-inch rack ................................................................................................................. 35
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A.2.2 Requirements for mounting in a third party's rack....................................................................................................................... 37
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Figures
FIGURE 1.1 PRIMEQUEST 2400E/2800E front view ...........................................................................................................................1
FIGURE 1.2 PRIMEQUEST 2400E/2800E rear view ............................................................................................................................2
FIGURE 1.3 PRIMEQUEST 2400E/2800E top view..............................................................................................................................2
FIGURE 1.4 PRIMEQUEST 2400E/2800E right side view....................................................................................................................2
FIGURE 1.5 PRIMEQUEST 2800B front view .......................................................................................................................................3
FIGURE 1.6 PRIMEQUEST 2800B rear view ........................................................................................................................................3
FIGURE 1.7 PRIMEQUEST 2800B top view..........................................................................................................................................3
FIGURE 1.8 PRIMEQUEST 2800B right side view................................................................................................................................4
FIGURE 1.9 Front View of PCI_Box........................................................................................................................................................5
FIGURE 1.10 Rear View of PCI_Box ......................................................................................................................................................5
FIGURE 1.11 Top View of PCI_Box........................................................................................................................................................5
FIGURE 1.12 Right Side View of PCI_Box .............................................................................................................................................5
FIGURE 1.13 Service Area at the time of installing 19 inch rack model ............................................................................................. 13
FIGURE 1.14 Flow of Cooling Air and Exhaust Air (Main Cabinet)..................................................................................................... 14
FIGURE 1.15 Flow of Cooling Air and Exhaust (PCI_Box) ................................................................................................................. 14
FIGURE 2.1 Summary of Device Connection...................................................................................................................................... 16
FIGURE 2.2 External interface connection figure of (PRIMEQUEST 2400E (Front surface)) .......................................................... 18
FIGURE 2.3 External interface connection figure of (PRIMEQUEST 2400E (Back surface)) .......................................................... 18
FIGURE 2.4 External interface connection figure of (PRIMEQUEST 2800E (Front surface)) .......................................................... 19
FIGURE 2.5 External interface connection figure of (PRIMEQUEST 2800E (Back surface)) .......................................................... 19
FIGURE 2.6 External interface connection figure of (PRIMEQUEST 2800B (Front surface)) .......................................................... 20
FIGURE 2.7 External interface connection figure of (PRIMEQUEST 2800B (Back surface)) .......................................................... 20
FIGURE 2.8 Details of external interface (MMB).................................................................................................................................. 21
FIGURE 2.9 Details of external interface (IOU_1GbE)........................................................................................................................ 21
FIGURE 2.10 Details of external interface (IOU_10GbE).................................................................................................................... 21
FIGURE 2.11 Details of external interface (DU) ................................................................................................................................... 21
FIGURE 2.12 Details of external interface (PCI_Box).......................................................................................................................... 22
FIGURE 2.13 100V Standard Power Feed Configuration (Single power feed, no Redundant Power Feed) .................................. 22
FIGURE 2.14 100V Redundant Power Feed Configuration (Single power feed, Redundant Power Feed) .................................... 23
FIGURE 2.15 Standard Configuration of 200 V (single power feed, no redundant power feed) with Power Distribution Box
Connection...................................................................................................................................................................................... 23
FIGURE 2.16 200 V Redundant Power Feed Configuration (single power feed, redundant power feed) with Power Distribution
Box Connection .............................................................................................................................................................................. 24
FIGURE 2.17 200 V Dual Power Feed Configuration with Power Distribution Box Connection ....................................................... 24
FIGURE 2.18 200V Standard Configuration (single power feed and no redundant power feed) with Power Distribution Box
Connection...................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
FIGURE 2.19 200 V Redundant Power Feed Configuration (single power feed, redundant power feed) with Power Distribution
Box Connection .............................................................................................................................................................................. 26
FIGURE 2.20 200 V Dual Power Feed Configuration with Power Distribution Box Connection ....................................................... 27
FIGURE 2.21 100 V Configuration (Single power feed, no Redundant power feed)......................................................................... 27
FIGURE 2.22 100 V Redundant power feed configuration (Single power feed, redundant power feed) ......................................... 28
FIGURE 2.23 200V Standard configuration (single power feed, no redundant power feed) power distribution box connection .... 28
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FIGURE 2.24 200 V Redundant Power Feed Configuration (Single power feed, Redundant Power Feed) Power Distribution Box
Connection...................................................................................................................................................................................... 29
FIGURE 2.25 200 V Dual Power Feed Configuration with Power Distribution Box Connection ....................................................... 29
FIGURE 2.26 When Underfloor Height is less than 300mm (11.8 in) ................................................................................................ 31
FIGURE 2.27 When the under floor height is 300 mm (11.8 in) or more............................................................................................ 31
FIGURE 2.28 Characteristics of Breaker of Distribution Panel............................................................................................................ 33
FIGURE A.1 Example of rack mounting ............................................................................................................................................... 36
FIGURE A.2 Length of rack................................................................................................................................................................... 38
FIGURE A.3 Width of rack..................................................................................................................................................................... 38
FIGURE A.4 Format of rack posts ........................................................................................................................................................ 39
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Tables
TABLE 1.1 Name and Contents of Configuration of Each device..........................................................................................................1
TABLE 1.2 Installation Specifications (PRIMEQUEST 2400E)..............................................................................................................6
TABLE 1.3 Installation Specifications (PRIMEQUEST 2800E)..............................................................................................................8
TABLE 1.4 Installation Specifications (PRIMEQUEST 2800B)........................................................................................................... 10
TABLE 1.5 Installation Specifications (PCI_Box) ................................................................................................................................. 12
TABLE 1.6 Permissible Level of Corrosive Gas................................................................................................................................... 15
TABLE 2.1 Notes for Device connection .............................................................................................................................................. 17
TABLE 2.2 Power Cable Specifications (Base Cabinet)...................................................................................................................... 30
TABLE 2.3 Power Cable Specification (PCI_Box) ............................................................................................................................... 30
TABLE 2.4 Power Supply Cable Specifications of Power Distribution Box and Distribution Panel................................................... 31
TABLE 2.5 Characteristic Condition of Distribution Panel Breaker ..................................................................................................... 32
TABLE 3.1 Elevator load conditions...................................................................................................................................................... 34
TABLE A.1 Recommended racks for mounting ................................................................................................................................... 35
TABLE A.2 PRIMEQUEST 2000 series external dimensions............................................................................................................. 35
TABLE A.3 Structural condition of rack ................................................................................................................................................. 37
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1.1 Configuration Contents of Device
CHAPTER 1 Installation Data
It explains the various data used while installing various drawings for device configuration, device overview,
installation specification and layout.
1.1
Configuration Contents of Device
It shows the name and contents of configuration of each device.
TABLE 1.1 Name and Contents of Configuration of Each device
Equipment Name
PRIMEQUEST
2400E
PRIMEQUEST
2800E/2800B
PCI_Box
Content Configuration
Maximum 2 SB (Maximum 4 CPU), Maximum 4 IOU are available.
Size
(Height)
10 U
Maximum 4 SB (Maximum 8 CPU), Maximum 4 IOU are available.
Device for extending PCI Express Slot.
Maximum 4 units can be connected in PRIMEQUEST 2400E/2800E.
One PCI_Box has 12 PCI Express slots.
4U
Remarks
Each device shown in “TABLE 1.1 Name and Contents of Configuration of Each device” is installed in 19
inch rack of EIA standard.
For the details on 19 inch rack, contact the distributor where you purchased your product, or your sales
representative.
1.2
External Overview of Device
This section describes the External Overview of each equipment.
1.2.1 External Overview of Device (Main equipment)
External Overview of device (Front view, Rear view, Top view, Right side view) of PRIMEQUEST 2000
Series is shown below.
PRIMEQUEST 2400E/2800E
FIGURE 1.1 PRIMEQUEST 2400E/2800E front view
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FIGURE 1.2 PRIMEQUEST 2400E/2800E rear view
FIGURE 1.3 PRIMEQUEST 2400E/2800E top view
FIGURE 1.4 PRIMEQUEST 2400E/2800E right side view
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1.2 External Overview of Device
PRIMEQUEST 2800B
FIGURE 1.5 PRIMEQUEST 2800B front view
FIGURE 1.6 PRIMEQUEST 2800B rear view
FIGURE 1.7 PRIMEQUEST 2800B top view
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FIGURE 1.8 PRIMEQUEST 2800B right side view
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1.2 External Overview of Device
1.2.2 External Overview of Device (PCI_Box)
Device External Overview (Front view, Rear view, Top view, Right side view) of PCI_Box is shown below.
FIGURE 1.9 Front View of PCI_Box
FIGURE 1.10 Rear View of PCI_Box
FIGURE 1.11 Top View of PCI_Box
FIGURE 1.12 Right Side View of PCI_Box
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1.3
Installation Specifications
This section explains installation specification of each equipment.
1.3.1 Installation specifications (PRIMEQUEST 2400E)
TABLE 1.2 Installation Specifications (PRIMEQUEST 2400E)
Item
External
Width
Dimensions
Length(*1)
[mm(in.)]
Height
Mass [kg(lb)] (*2)
Conditions for Maximum Calorific value Input
Air
[kJ/h(BTU/h)]
Voltage:
Conditioning
200V
Interruptible Power
Supply(*13)
High efficiency Power
supply(*13)
Displacement
3
3
[m /min(ft /min)](*3)
Temperature and
Humidity Conditions(*4)
Input
Interruptible Power
Voltage:
Supply(*13)
100V
Recommended Environmental
temperature
Maximum
Operati
Temperature[ºC(ºF)]
ng Time Humidity[%RH]
Highest Wet bulb
Temperature[ºC(ºF)]
Down
Temperature[ºC(ºF)]
Time(*6 Humidity[%RH]
)
Highest Wet bulb
Temperature[ºC(ºF)]
Noise[dB](*7,*8)
Acoustic power level[B](*8)
Permissible Vibration
Operating Time(including waiting
2
[m/s (gal)]
time)
Down time(*9)
3
Power
Conditions
Permissible dust level[mg/m ]
Input Voltage and Pulse number
Frequency and Fluctuation
Maximum Power
Operating
Consumption
time
/Apparent Power
Input
Voltage :
200 V
Input
Voltage :
100 V
Standby time
Interruptible
Power
Supply(*13)
High efficiency
Power
supply(*13)
Interruptible
Power
Supply(*13)
Contents
445(17.52)
782(30.79)
438(17.25) 10U
128(282)
11,887(11,266)
11,805(11,189)
12,528(11,874)
10(353)
24(848)
(*5)
20 to 80
29(84.2)
0 to 50(32 to 122)
8 to 80
29(84.2)
60
7.8
4.0(400)( synthetic
seismic wave)
10.0(1000)( synthetic
seismic wave)
0.15
200 to 240VAC±10%
100 to 120VAC±10%
1φ
50/60 Hz+2/-4%
4.17 kW/4.39 kVA
4.04 kW/4.25 kVA
4.42 kW/4.65 kVA
0.079kW
Power Factor(*10)
0.95 or more
Inrush current[A][Rush time](*11)
Leak current[mA](*12)
20 or less
6.8 or less at 200V
3.5 or less at 100V
*1: Dimensions without protrusions (Dimensions including the front cover are 832mm(32.76in)).
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*2: Numeric value when each optional device is mounted for maximum number of options.
However, rail for mounting rack (5.7kg) and cable type are not included.
Mass as per the installation configuration can be calculated using formula as shown below.
Device Mass: 78 + (11.1* A) + (2.5* B) + (1.8* C) + (3.3* D) [kg]
A= Number of mounted SB (Minimum 1 to Maximum 2)
B=Number of mounted IOU (Minimum 1 to Maximum 4)
C=Number of mounted extended PSU (Minimum 2 to Maximum 4)
D=Number of mounted DU (Minimum 0 to Maximum 2)
*3: If the device is overloaded or if abnormality is detected even though the recommended environmental
temperature is used, the FAN rotates at high-speed.
*4: Protect from condensation
*5: Temperature conditions changes according to installation location above sea level.
For 0 to 1000 m (0 to 3281 ft) above sea level, temperature range at the time of installation: 5 to 35ºC
(41 to 95.0ºF)
For 1000 to 1500 m (3281 to 4921 ft) above sea level, temperature range at the time of installation: 5 to
33ºC (41 to 91.4ºF)
For 1500 to 2000 m (4921 to 6562 ft) above sea level, temperature range at the time of installation: 5 to
31°C (41 to 87.8°F)
For 2000 to 3000 m (6562 to 9843 ft) above sea level, temperature range at the time of installation: 5 to
29°C (41 to 84.2°F)
Error of + 100m in the sea level settings of the location of installation is permissible.
*6: Downtime is the condition in which the device is packed and maintained.
*7: Level of noise which is actually heard varies as per the mounting condition of the position from where the
noise is heard or the position of rack.
*8: Level of noise and level of acoustic power changes according to the Hardware configuration, the
processing load and the environmental temperature.
*9: Downtime is the condition in which the device is installed. However, the power is switched off.
*10: Value at the time of operations.
*11: Value of 1 input cable
*12: Value of 1 device
*13: Interruptible power supply is the built-in PSU (80 PLUS SILVER supported), high efficiency power
supply is the built-in PSU (80 PLUS PLATINUM supported)
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1.3.2 Installation Specifications (PRIMEQUEST 2800E)
TABLE 1.3 Installation Specifications (PRIMEQUEST 2800E)
Items
Dimensions
[mm (in.)]
Interruptible power source
Contents
445(17.52)
782(30.79)
438(17.25) 10U
150(331)
17,712(16,787)
High efficiency power supply (*13)
17,388(16,480)
Recommended environmental
temperature
Max.
12(424)
At the time
of operation
(*5)
20 to 80
29 (84.2)
Width
Depth (*1)
Length
Mass [kg (lb)] (*2)
Conditions for
Max. calorific
air conditioner
value
[kJ/h (BTU/h)]
Displacement
3
[m3/min (ft /min)]
(*3)
Temperature and
Humidity
conditions (*4)
Temperature [°C (°F)]]
Humidity [%RH]
Max wet bulb
temperature [°C (°F)]]
Temperature [°C (°F)]]
Humidity [%RH]
Max wet bulb
temperature [°C (°F)]]
Downtime
(*6)
Noise [dB] (*7, *8)
Acoustic power level [B] (*8)
Permissible
At the time of operation (Including
2
Vibration [m/s
standby)
(gal)]
Downtime (*9)
3
Permissible dust level [mg/m ]
Power supply
conditions
Input voltage and source resultant pulse number
Frequency and fluctuating Range
Max power
consumption /
apparent power
At the time
of operation
Interruptible power
source (*13)
High efficiency power
supply (*13)
Downtime
28(989)
0 to 50 (32 to 122)
8 to 80
29 (84.2)
60
7.8
4.0 (400) (Composite seismic
wave)
10.0 (1000) (Composite
seismic wave)
0.15
200 to 240 VAC±10 %
1φ
50/60 Hz + 2/-4%
6.11 kW/6.43 kVA
5.92 kW/6.23 kVA
0.084 kW
Power factor (*10)
Inrush current [A] [Rush hours] (*11)
Leak current [mA] (*12)
0.95 or more
20 or less
6.9 or less
*1: Dimensions without protrusions (832 mm(32.76in) including front cover)
*2: Numeric value when each optional device is mounted for maximum number of options.
However, rail for mounting rack (5.7kg) and cable type are not included.
Mass as per the installation configuration can be calculated using formula as shown below.
Device mass = 78 + (11.1 * A) + (2.5 * B) + (1.8 * C) + (3.3 * D) [kg]
A = Number of mounted SB (Minimum 1 to Maximum 4)
B= Number of mounted IOU (Minimum 1 to Maximum 4)
C= Number of mounted PSU (Minimum 2 to Maximum 6)
D= Number of mounted DU (Minimum 0 to Maximum 2)*3: There are cases when device is overloaded or
when abnormality is detected, FAN rotates at high-speed even if recommended environmental
temperature is used.
*4: Protect from condensation.
*5: Temperature condition changes according to the installation location above sea level.
For 0 to 1000 m (0 to 3281 ft) above sea level, temperature range at the time of installation: 5 to 35°C
(41 to 95°F)
For 1000 to 1500 m (3281 to 4921 ft) above sea level, temperature range at the time of installation: 5 to
33°C (41 to 91.4°F)
For 1500 to 2000 m (4921 to 6562 ft) above sea level, temperature range at the time of installation: 5 to
31°C (41 to 87.8°F)
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For 2000 to 3000 m (6562 to 9843 ft) above sea level, temperature range at the time of installation: 5 to
29°C (41 to 84.2°F)
Error of + 100m in the sea level settings of the location of installation is permissible.
*6: Downtime is the condition in which the device is packed and maintained.
*7: Level of noise which is actually heard varies as per the mounting condition of the position from where the
noise is heard or the position of rack.
*8: Level of noise and the level of acoustic power changes according to the Hardware configuration, the
processing load and the environmental temperature.
*9: Downtime is the condition in which the device is installed. However, the power is switched off.
*10: Value at the time of operations.
*11: Value of 1 input cable
*12: Value of 1 device
*13: Interruptible power supply is the built-in PSU (80 PLUS SILVER supported), high efficiency power
supply is the built-in PSU (80 PLUS PLATINUM supported)
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1.3.3 Installation Specifications (PRIMEQUEST 2800B)
TABLE 1.4 Installation Specifications (PRIMEQUEST 2800B)
Items
Dimensions
[mm (in.)]
Interruptible power source
Contents
445(17.52)
782(30.79)
438(17.25) 10U
143(315)
16,992(16,105)
High efficiency power supply (*13)
16,740(15,866)
Recommended environmental
temperature
Max.
12(424)
At the time
of operation
(*5)
20 to 80
29 (84.2)
Width
Depth (*1)
Length
Mass [kg (lb)] (*2)
Conditions for
Max. calorific
air conditioner
value
[kJ/h (BTU/h)]
Displacement
3
[m3/min (ft /min)]
(*3)
Temperature and
Humidity
conditions (*4)
Temperature [°C (°F)]]
Humidity [%RH]
Max wet bulb
temperature [°C (°F)]]
Temperature [°C (°F)]]
Humidity [%RH]
Max wet bulb
temperature [°C (°F)]]
Downtime
(*6)
Noise [dB] (*7, *8)
Acoustic power level [B] (*8)
Permissible
At the time of operation (Including
2
Vibration [m/s
standby)
(gal)]
Downtime (*9)
3
Permissible dust level [mg/m ]
Power supply
conditions
Input voltage and source resultant pulse number
Frequency and fluctuating Range
Max power
consumption /
apparent power
At the time
of operation
Interruptible power
source (*13)
High efficiency power
supply (*13)
Downtime
28(989)
0 to 50 (32 to 122)
8 to 80
29 (84.2)
60
7.8
4.0 (400) (Composite seismic
wave)
10.0 (1000) (Composite
seismic wave)
0.15
200 to 240 VAC±10 %
1φ
50/60 Hz + 2/-4%
6.00 kW/6.32 kVA
5.81 kW/6.12 kVA
0.084 kW
Power factor (*10)
Inrush current [A] [Rush hours] (*11)
Leak current [mA] (*12)
0.95 or more
20 or less
6.9 or less
*1: Dimensions without protrusions
*2: Numeric value when each optional device is mounted for maximum number of options.
However, rail for mounting rack (5.7kg) and cable type are not included.
Mass as per the installation configuration can be calculated using formula as shown below.
Device mass = 77 + (9.6 * A) + (2.5 * B) + (1.8 * C) + (3.3 * D) [kg]
A = Number of mounted SB (Minimum 1 to Maximum 4)
B= Number of mounted IOU (Minimum 1 to Maximum 4)
C= Number of mounted PSU (Minimum 2 to Maximum 6)
D= Number of mounted DU (Minimum 0 to Maximum 2)
*3: There are cases when device is overloaded or when abnormality is detected, FAN rotates at high-speed
even if recommended environmental temperature is used.
*4: Protect from condensation.
*5: Temperature condition changes according to the installation location above sea level.
For 0 to 1000 m (0 to 3281 ft) above sea level, temperature range at the time of installation: 5 to 35°C
(41 to 95°F)
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For 1000 to 1500 m (3281 to 4921 ft) above sea level, temperature range at the time of installation: 5 to
33°C (41 to 91.4°F)
For 1500 to 2000 m (4921 to 6562 ft) above sea level, temperature range at the time of installation: 5 to
31°C (41 to 87.8°F)
For 2000 to 3000 m (6562 to 9843 ft) above sea level, temperature range at the time of installation: 5 to
29°C (41 to 84.2°F)
Error of + 100m in the sea level settings of the location of installation is permissible.
*6: Downtime is the condition in which the device is packed and maintained.
*7: Level of noise which is actually heard varies as per the mounting condition of the position from where the
noise is heard or the position of rack.
*8: Level of noise and the level of acoustic power changes according to the Hardware configuration, the
processing load and the environmental temperature.
*9: Downtime is the condition in which the device is installed. However, the power is switched off.
*10: Value at the time of operations.
*11: Value of 1 input cable
*12: Value of 1 device
*13: Interruptible power supply is the built-in PSU (80 PLUS SILVER supported), high efficiency power
supply is the built-in PSU (80 PLUS PLATINUM supported)
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1.3.4 Installation Specifications (PCI_Box)
TABLE 1.5 Installation Specifications (PCI_Box)
Item
Width
Depth
Length
Mass [kg (lb)] (*2)
Conditions
Max. calorific value [kJ/h (BTU/h)]
for air
Displacement [m3/min
FAN low speed (Low)
3
conditioner
(ft /min)] (*3)
FAN medium speed (Normal)
FAN high speed (High)
Temperature
At time of
Temperature [°C (°F)]]
and Humidity
operation
Humidity [%RH]]
condition (*4)
Max wet bulb temperature [°C
(°F)]]
Downtime
Temperature [°C (°F)]]
(*6)
Humidity [%RH]]
Max wet bulb temperature [°C
(°F)]]
Noise [dB] (*7, *8)
Dimensions
[mm (in)]
Acoustic power level [B] (*8)
Permissibl
e Vibration
2
[m/s
(gal)]
At the time of operation (Including standby)
Downtime (*9)
3
Power
Supply
conditions
Permissible dust level [mg/m ]
Input voltage and source resultant pulse number
Frequency and fluctuating Range
Max
At the time of
power
operation
consumpti Downtime
on /
apparent
power
Power factor (*10)
Input voltage: 200 V
Input voltage: 100 V
Input voltage: 200 V
Input voltage: 100 V
Contents
482 (18.98)
740 (29.13)
175 (6.89) 4U
35 (77)
1656 (1570)
3 (106)
4 (141)
5 (177)
(*5)
20 to 80
29 (84.2)
0 to 50 (32 to 122)
8 to 80
29 (84.2)
(Included in
installation)
(Included in
installation)
4.0 (400) (Composite
seismic wave)
10.0 (1000)
(Composite seismic
wave)
0.15
200 to 240 VAC±10 %
100 to 120 VAC±10 %
1φ
50/60 Hz + 2/-4%
450W/475 VA
460W/485 VA
10W/40VA
10W/35 VA
More than equal to
0.95
Less than or equal to
25
Less than or equal to
3.5
Inrush current [A] [Rush hours] (*11)
Leak current [mA] (*12)
*1: Dimensions without protrusions.
*2: Numeric value when each optional device is mounted for maximum number of options.
*3: If the device is overloaded or if abnormality is detected even though the recommended environmental
temperature is used, the FAN rotates at high-speed.
*4: Protect from condensation.
*5: Temperature condition changes according to the installation location above sea level.
For 0 to 1000 m (0 to 3281 ft) above sea level, temperature range at the time of installation: 5 to 35°C
(41 to 95°F)
For 1000 to 1500 m (3281 to 4921 ft) above sea level, temperature range at the time of installation: 5 to
33°C (41 to 91.4°F)
For 1500 to 2000 m (4921 to 6562 ft) above sea level, temperature range at the time of installation: 5 to
31°C (41 to 87.8°F)
For 2000 to 3000 m (6562 to 9843 ft) above sea level, temperature range at the time of installation: 5 to
29°C (41 to 84.2°F)
Error of + 100m in the sea level settings of the location of installation is permissible.
*6: Downtime is the condition in which the device is packed and maintained.
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*7: Level of noise which is actually heard varies as per the mounting condition of the position from where the
noise is heard or the position of rack.
*8: Level of noise and level of acoustic power changes according to the environmental temperature
*9: Downtime is the condition in which the device is installed. However, the power is switched off.
*10: Value at the time of operations.
*11: Value of 1 input cable
*12: Value of 1 device
1.4
Installation Area
Here, the installation area and the service area when the PRIMEQUEST 2000 series or the PCI_Box is
installed on 19-inch made by Fujitsu rack are explained.
The installation area and the service area differ according to the installed 19-inch rack.
For details on the 19-inch racks, contact the distributor where you purchased your product, or your sales
representative.
FIGURE 1.13 Service Area at the time of installing 19 inch rack model
Number
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Description
Rear side maintenance area
Rack
Front side maintenance area
Rack width
Model 2724/2737/2742, PCRM1 724S/742S/724A/742A
Model 2616/2624/2642, PCRM1 616S/624S/642S
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1.5 Flow of Cooling Air and Exhaust Air of Installation
1.5
Flow of Cooling Air and Exhaust Air of Installation
Here, the flow of the cooling air and the exhaust of each device are explained.
Note
Flow of cooling air and exhaust air should be considered while studying the installation of a device. If device
is installed without considering them, it may get affected by inhaling the exhaust air from the other device.
Especially, the device detecting the intake air temperature may raise alarm indicating abnormality.
1.5.1 Flow of Cooling Air and Exhaust Air (Main Cabinet)
FIGURE 1.14 Flow of Cooling Air and Exhaust Air (Main Cabinet)
Number
(1)
(2)
(3)
Description
Inspiration
Exhaust
Location of exhaust
1.5.2 Flow of Cooling Air and Exhaust (PCI_Box)
FIGURE 1.15 Flow of Cooling Air and Exhaust (PCI_Box)
Number
(1)
(2)
(3)
Description
Inspiration
Exhaust
Location of exhaust
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1.6 Installation Environment
1.6
Installation Environment
This section describes the installation environment of the base cabinet and PCI_Box.
1.6.1 Dust
Suspended Particles
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Suspended particles in a computer room should not exceed 0.15mg/m . A computer is designed in such a
way that it withstands the suspended particles. This value is permissible in an ordinary office. However, this
value can be maintained in the ordinary computer room if there is less outdoor air infiltration having
suspended particles like dust and if there is no smoke of cigarettes.
Dust Removal
The suspended particles like dust are collected in the filter of an air conditioner. The dust should be removed
from the computer room by cleaning floor surfaces and underfloor periodically. Cleaning is necessary in the
following cases.

When the computer room is ready, and before bringing in the computers

At the time of repairing the computer room

At the time of shifting the computers and re-arranging the devices
1.6.2 Corrosive Gas
Corrosive gas and salty wind cause corrosion, malfunctioning, and damage of the device, and reduce life of
the device remarkably.
Corrosive gas should be removed by providing suitable air cleaning equipment. In addition, positive clear air
pressure in the room prevents an entering of the corrosive gas from the outside. The chemical factory area,
thermal water/ volcanic zone etc. are considered as a source of corrosive gas.
TABLE 1.6 Permissible Level of Corrosive Gas
Name of gas
Hydrogen sulfide (H2S)
Sulfur dioxide (Sulfur oxide)(SO2)
Hydrogen chloride (HCL)
Chlorine (CI2)
Hydrogen fluoride (HF)
Nitrogen dioxide (Nitrogen oxides)(NO2)
Ammonia(NH3)
Ozone(O3)
Fluid vapor
Permissible level
7.1ppb or less
37ppb or less
6.6ppb or less
3.4ppb or less
3.6ppb or less
52ppb or less
420ppb or less
5ppb or less
3
0.2mg/m or less
1.6.3 Sea Water (Salt Damage)
A large number of sea-salt particles are suspended in air by the salty wind near the sea-coast. If the sea-salt
particles remain in the computer, moisture and chemically condensed substances cause insulation failure,
and corrosion degradation of the components. Therefore, the computer should be installed at a place which
is far from the sea-coast.
Installation standards to prevent damage due to sea salt particles are shown below.
Standards: The computer should be installed at a place which is at least 0.5km away from the sea-coast
(Excluding the case having air-conditioner which prevents an entering of air from outside)
1.7
Safety Measures
For details on safety measures, see “Chapter 8 Safety Measures” of “SPARC M10 System/ SPARC
Enterprise/PRIMEQUEST Common Installation Planning Manual” (C120-H007EN).
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CHAPTER 2 Connected Information
2.1 Connection summary
CHAPTER 2 Connected Information
This section describes the connection summary of cable and cable used in PRIMEQUEST 2000 series.
2.1
Connection summary
This section shows the Device connection summary of PRIMEQUEST 2000 series.
FIGURE 2.1 Summary of Device Connection
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2.2 Connection of signal cable
TABLE 2.1 Notes for Device connection
Number
*1
Configured part
SB
Description
PRIMEQUEST 2400E
PRIMEQUEST 2800E/2800B
*2
IOU
PRIMEQUEST 2400E/2800E/2800B
*3
MMB
PRIMEQUEST 2400E/2800E
PRIMEQUEST 2800B
*4
PCI_Box
PRIMEQUEST 2400E/2800E
PRIMEQUEST 2800B
2.2
Maximum 2 units can
be mounted
Maximum 4 units can
be mounted
Maximum 4 units of
IOU_1GbE or
IOU_10GbE can be
mounted.
Maximum 2 units can
be mounted
Maximum 1 unit can be
mounted
Maximum 4 units can
be mounted
No PCI_Box can be
mounted.
Connection of signal cable
This section describes the notes for connection of signal cable, cable list and cable procure.
2.2.1 Basic interface and peripheral
For details of basic interface of PRIMEQUEST 2000 series and cable connection of peripheral, see
“PRIMEQUEST 2000 series system mounting”
2.2.2 Details of external interface connection
Mounting position of external interface connecting part of PRIMEQUEST 2000 series is shown in the section
below. When calculating the length of the connection cable, you should take account into the mounting
position.
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2.2 Connection of signal cable
External interface connection (PRIMEQUEST 2400E in base cabinet)
External interface connection figure of PRIMEQUEST 2400E in base cabinet is shown in the section below.
The figure below is uncovered front surface (face).
The front cover must be attached in normal operation.
FIGURE 2.2 External interface connection figure of (PRIMEQUEST 2400E (Front surface))
FIGURE 2.3 External interface connection figure of (PRIMEQUEST 2400E (Back surface))
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2.2 Connection of signal cable
External interface connection (PRIMEQUEST 2800E in base cabinet)
External interface connection figure of PRIMEQUEST 2800E in base cabinet is shown in the section below.
This figure is uncovered front surface (face).
The front cover must be attached in normal operation.
FIGURE 2.4 External interface connection figure of (PRIMEQUEST 2800E (Front surface))
FIGURE 2.5 External interface connection figure of (PRIMEQUEST 2800E (Back surface))
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2.2 Connection of signal cable
External interface connection (PRIMEQUEST 2800B in base cabinet)
External interface connection figure of PRIMEQUEST 2800B in base cabinet is shown in the section below.
This figure is uncovered front surface (face).
The front cover must be attached in normal operation.
FIGURE 2.6 External interface connection figure of (PRIMEQUEST 2800B (Front surface))
FIGURE 2.7 External interface connection figure of (PRIMEQUEST 2800B (Back surface))
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2.2 Connection of signal cable
Details of external interface (MMB)
FIGURE 2.8 Details of external interface (MMB)
Details of external interface (IOU_1GbE/IOU_10GbE)
FIGURE 2.9 Details of external interface (IOU_1GbE)
FIGURE 2.10 Details of external interface (IOU_10GbE)
Details of external interface (DU)
FIGURE 2.11 Details of external interface (DU)
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2.3 Power cable connection
Details of external interface (PCI_Box)
FIGURE 2.12 Details of external interface (PCI_Box)
PCIC:PCI slot
LNKC:LINK card
2.3
Power cable connection
Input power system of PRIMEQUEST 2000series and PCI_Box is described in this section.
2.3.1 Power Supply Cable Connection (PRIMEQUEST 2400E)
Input power system diagram of PRIMEQUEST 2400E is as shown below.
100 V Standard Power Feed Configuration (Single power feed, no Redundant Power
Feed)
It is necessary to arrange three PSUs, three FANUs and three power supply cables (100 V NEMA 5-15P) for
100V standard power feed configuration (single power feed, no redundant power feed).
FIGURE 2.13 100V Standard Power Feed Configuration (Single power feed, no Redundant Power Feed)
Number
(1)
Description
Distribution Panel AC100V AC#0system
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2.3 Power cable connection
100 V Redundant Power Feed Configuration (Single power feed, Redundant Power
Feed)
It is necessary to arrange four PSUs, two FANUs and four power supply cables (100 V NEMA 5-15P) for
100V redundant power feed configuration (single power feed, redundant power feed).
FIGURE 2.14 100V Redundant Power Feed Configuration (Single power feed, Redundant Power Feed)
Number
(1)
Description
Distribution Panel AC100V AC#0system
Standard Configuration of 200 V (single power feed, no redundant power feed) with
Power Distribution Box Connection
It is necessary to arrange two PSUs, four FANUs, two power cables (200 V IEC60320 C20) and two power
distribution boxes (200 V IEC60320 C19×3type) for standard configuration of 200 V (single power feed, no
redundant power supply).
When the power distribution box is used, it is necessary to secure the breaker characteristic of distribution
panel. See “2.6 Cutoff Characteristics of Distribution Panel (At the time of connecting power distribution box).”
FIGURE 2.15 Standard Configuration of 200 V (single power feed, no redundant power feed) with Power
Distribution Box Connection
Number
(1)
Description
Power distribution box (200V C 19  3 type)
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2.3 Power cable connection
200 V Redundant Power Feed Configuration (with single power feed, redundant power
feed) with Power Distribution Box Connection
It is necessary to arrange three PSUs, three FANUs, three Power cables (200 V IEC60320 C20) and two
power distribution box (200 V IEC60320 C19×3type) for of 200 V Redundant Power Feed Configuration
(single power feed, redundant power feed).
When the power distribution box is used, it is necessary to secure the breaker characteristic of distribution
panel. See “2.6 Cutoff Characteristics of Distribution Panel (At the time of connecting power distribution box).”
FIGURE 2.16 200 V Redundant Power Feed Configuration (single power feed, redundant power feed) with
Power Distribution Box Connection
Number
(1)
Description
Power distribution box (200V C 19  3 type)
200V Dual Power Feed Configuration with Power Distribution Box Connection
It is necessary to arrange four PSUs, two FANUs, four power cables (200 V IEC60320 C20) and two power
distribution box (200 V IEC60320 C19×3type) for 200 V dual power feed configuration for Japan and
Overseas.
When the power distribution box is used, it is necessary to secure the breaker characteristic of distribution
panel. See “2.6 Cutoff Characteristics of Distribution Panel (At the time of connecting power distribution box).”
FIGURE 2.17 200 V Dual Power Feed Configuration with Power Distribution Box Connection
Number
(1)
Description
Power distribution box (200V C 19  3 type)
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2.3 Power cable connection
2.3.2 Power Cables Connections (PRIMEQUEST 2800E/2800B)
This section shows the figure of input power of PRIMEQUEST 2800E/2800B.
Standard Configuration of 200 V (Single power feed and no Redundant Power Feed)
with Power Distribution Box Connection
It is necessary to arrange three PSUs, three FANUs, three power cables (200 V IEC60320 C20) and two
power distribution box (200 V IEC60320 C19×3type) for 200 V standard configuration.
When the power distribution box is used, it is necessary to secure the breaker characteristic of distribution
panel. See “2.6 Cutoff Characteristics of Distribution Panel (At the time of connecting power distribution box).”
FIGURE 2.18 200V Standard Configuration (single power feed and no redundant power feed) with Power
Distribution Box Connection
Number
(1)
Description
Power distribution box (200V C 19  3 type)
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2.3 Power cable connection
200 V Redundant Power Feed Configuration (single power feed, redundant power feed)
with Power Distribution Box Connection
It is necessary to arrange four PSUs, two FANUs, four Power cables (200 V IEC60320 C20) and two power
distribution boxes (200 V IEC60320 C19×3type) for 200 V Redundant Power Feed configuration (with single
power feed, redundant power feed).
When the power distribution box is used, it is necessary to secure the breaker characteristic of distribution
panel. See “2.6 Cutoff Characteristics of Distribution Panel (At the time of connecting power distribution box).”
FIGURE 2.19 200 V Redundant Power Feed Configuration (single power feed, redundant power feed) with
Power Distribution Box Connection
Number
(1)
Description
Power distribution box (200V C 19  3 type)
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2.3 Power cable connection
200 V Dual Power Feed Configuration with Power Distribution Box Connection
It is necessary to arrange six PSUs, six power cables (200 V IEC60320 C20) and four power distribution
boxes (200 V IEC60320 C19×3type) for 200 V dual power feed configuration.
When the power distribution box is used, it is necessary to secure the breaker characteristic of distribution
panel. See “2.6 Cutoff Characteristics of Distribution Panel (At the time of connecting power distribution box).”
FIGURE 2.20 200 V Dual Power Feed Configuration with Power Distribution Box Connection
Number
(1)
Description
Power distribution box (200V C 19  3 type)
2.3.3 Power Cable Connections (PCI_Box)
This section shows the figure of input power of PCI_Box.
Remarks
While configuring redundant power feed and dual power feed in this device, configure the same power feed
to PCI_Box.
100 V Configuration (single power feed, no redundant power feed)
It is necessary to arrange PSU and power cable (100 V NEMA 5-15P) for 100 V configuration (Single power
feed, no redundant power feed).
FIGURE 2.21 100 V Configuration (Single power feed, no Redundant power feed)
Number
(1)
Description
Customer distribution panel AC 100V AC#0 system
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2.3 Power cable connection
100 V Redundant Power Feed Configuration (single power feed, redundant power feed)
It is necessary to arrange two PSUs and two power cables (100 V NEMA 5-15P) for 100 V redundant power
feed configuration (single power feed, redundant power feed).
FIGURE 2.22 100 V Redundant power feed configuration (Single power feed, redundant power feed)
Number
(1)
Description
Customer distribution panel AC100 V AC#0 system
200 V Standard configuration (single power feed, no redundant power feed) with power
distribution box connection
It is necessary to arrange PSU, power cable (200 V IEC 60320 C14) and power distribution box (200 V
IEC60320 C134 types) for 200 V Standard configuration (single power feed, no redundant power feed).
FIGURE 2.23 200V Standard configuration (single power feed, no redundant power feed) power distribution
box connection
Number
(1)
Description
Power distribution box (200 V C134 type)
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2.3 Power cable connection
200 V Redundant power feed configuration (single power feed, redundant power feed)
power distribution box connection
It is necessary to arrange two PSUs, two power cables (200 V IEC60320 C14) and power distribution box
(200 V IEC60320 C13×4type) for 200 V redundant power feed configuration (single power feed, redundant
power supply).
FIGURE 2.24 200 V Redundant Power Feed Configuration (Single power feed, Redundant Power Feed)
Power Distribution Box Connection
Number
(1)
Description
Power distribution box (200 V C134 type)
200 V Dual Power Feed Configuration with Power Distribution Box Connection
It is necessary to arrange two PSUs, two power cables (200 V IEC60320 C14) and two power distribution
boxes (200 V IEC60320 C13×4type) for 200 V dual power feed configuration.
FIGURE 2.25 200 V Dual Power Feed Configuration with Power Distribution Box Connection
Number
(1)
Description
Power distribution box (200V C134 type)
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2.4 Connection Specifications of Input Power
2.4
Connection Specifications of Input Power
This section describes the connection specifications of Input power of the base cabinet or PCI_Box of
PRIMEQUEST 2000 series.
2.4.1 Input Power Connection Specifications (Base Cabinet)
Following table shows the input power connection specifications of the main unit.
TABLE 2.2 Power Cable Specifications (Base Cabinet)
Destination
100 V
Plug format
Parallel 2-pole plug
with earthing-contact
“NEMA standard 515P”
Remarks
Connection at wall-mount power distribution
Recipient power distribution
Power distribution “NEMA
format
standard 5-15R” for parallel
2-pole plug with earthing contact (125V 15A)
200 V
IEC60320-C20 type
Connection at power distribution box
Recipient outlet format
IEC60320-C19type
Remarks
- Power cable supplied with the device and power cord supplied with the option part, are used for the
power cable which is connected to the device. However, the supplied power cable is not used for the
other products.
- Power distribution box which is suitable to recipient power distribution format is used
2.4.2 Input Power Supply Connection Specifications (PCI_Box)
Following table shows the input power supply connection specifications of PCI_Box.
TABLE 2.3 Power Cable Specification (PCI_Box)
Destination
100V
Plug format
Parallel 2-pole plug with
earthing-contact
“NEMA standard 5-15P”
200V
IEC60320-C14 type
Remarks
Connection at wall-mount power distribution
Connection at power
Power distribution
distribution box
“NEMA standard 515R” for parallel 2pole plug with
earthing- contact
(125V 15A)
Connection at power distribution box
Recipient outlet
IEC60320-C13 type
format
Remarks
- Power cable supplied with the device and power cord supplied with the option part, are used for the
power cable which is connected to the device. However, the supplied power cable is not used for the
other products.
- Power distribution box which is suitable to recipient power distribution format is used
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2.5 Free Access Underfloor Connection of Power Cable
2.4.3 Power Distribution Box and Distribution Panel
Following table shows the power supply cable specifications of power distribution box and distribution panel.
TABLE 2.4 Power Supply Cable Specifications of Power Distribution Box and Distribution Panel
Destination
200V for countries
other than Japan
Plug format
NEMAL6-30P
200V for Brazil
IEC60309-32A
Recipient power
distribution format
Remarks
NEMA L6-30R (30A220V)
Recipient power
distribution format
IEC60309-32A (32A250V)
Remarks
Power cable supplied with the device and power cord supplied with the option part, are not used for the
power cable which is connected to the device. However, the supplied power cable is not used for the other
products.
2.5
Free Access Underfloor Connection of Power Cable
If the height of underfloor is less than 300mm (11.8 in.), the power distribution is set to sideways.
FIGURE 2.26 When Underfloor Height is less than 300mm (11.8 in)
Number
(1)
(2)
(3)
Description
Free access floor
Less than 300mm (11.8 in)
Recipient power distribution
The connector format and cable bend radius of power cable are considered at the time of connecting the
power cable of power distribution box (or base cabinet, PCI_Box) under the free access floor. It is
recommended that the under floor height is 300 mm (11.8 in) or more.
The recipient power distribution should be arranged near the device.
FIGURE 2.27 When the under floor height is 300 mm (11.8 in) or more.
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2.6 Cutoff Characteristics of Distribution Panel (At the time of connecting power distribution box)
Number
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Description
Free access floor
200 mm (9.8 in)
300 mm (11.8 in) or more
Recipient power distribution
Remarks
The above figure shows an example of 19-inch rack made by Fujitsu Limited mounted with the device.
2.6
Cutoff Characteristics of Distribution Panel (At the time
of connecting power distribution box)
At the time of connecting the distribution panel through power distribution box, protection should be
coordinated so that the breaker of the device (or power distribution box) trips before the breaker of the
distribution panel trips. Such protection should be maintained. Therefore, the distribution panel should have
the characteristic conditions shown in “TABLE 2.5 Characteristic Condition of Distribution Panel Breaker”.
It is necessary to use Distribution panel Breaker suitable to these conditions.
TABLE 2.5 Characteristic Condition of Distribution Panel Breaker
Power input
AC200 - 240 V
Breaker capacity of Distribution panel Breaker
For Japan/general
For Europe
overseas/North America
30A
32A
Device Name
Power distribution box
Cutoff characteristic is Long-time delay type and the cutoff characteristic equivalent to D (IEC898or IN0641
part II) shown in “FIGURE 2.28 Characteristics of Breaker of Distribution Panel” or cutoff characteristics
slower than these characteristics is used.
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2.6 Cutoff Characteristics of Distribution Panel (At the time of connecting power distribution box)
FIGURE 2.28 Characteristics of Breaker of Distribution Panel
Number
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Description
Operating time
Minutes
Seconds
Electric current (Amplification of rated current)
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CHAPTER 3 Notes on Carrying In and Installing the Product
3.1 Elevator Load Conditions
CHAPTER 3 Notes on Carrying In and
Installing the Product
This chapter provides notes on carrying in and installing the PRIMEQUEST 2000 series server.
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]
P-6-C0
P-9-C0
P-11-C0
P-13-C0
450
600
750
900
Width
(*1)
Depth
(*1)
1400
850
1400
1100
1400
1350
1600
1350
1600
1500
P-15-C0
1000
1800
1300
1800
1500
P-17-C0
1150
2000
1350
1800
1700
P-20-C0
1350
2000
1500
2000
1750
P-24-C0
1600
2150
1600
*1 Interior dimensions of the cab [mm]
*2 Door opening dimensions [mm]
3.2
Height
(*1)
2300
2300
2300
2300
2300
2300
2300
2300
Width
(*2)
Height
(*2)
800
800
800
900
900
1000
1000
1100
1000
1100
2100
2100
2100
2100
Rack
Models
2742/2737/2724/
2642/2624/2616
Models
1740/1640/1624
Cannot be loaded
Cannot be loaded
Can be loaded
Can be loaded
2100
Can be loaded
2100
Can be loaded
2100
Can be loaded
1100
2100
Can be loaded
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
A.1 Rack Mounting
Appendix A Racks
This appendix provides various information on the mounting racks for the PRIMEQUEST 2000 series and
PCI_Box.
A.1 Rack Mounting
The PRIMEQUEST 2000 series (including peripheral devices) has been developed and its operation
guaranteed with the basic assumption that it is mounted in a Fujitsu rack. For safe use of a unit mounted in a
Fujitsu rack, contact the distributor where you purchased your product, or your sales representative.
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.
A.2 Rack Mounting Requirements
This section describes rack mounting requirements.
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 2000 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 2000 series server and
PCI_Box.
TABLE A.1 Recommended racks for mounting
Fujitsu 19-inch rack
Model 2742
Model 2737
Model 2724
Model 2642
Model 2624
Model 2616
PCR M1 742S
PCR M1 724S
PCR M1 642S
PCR M1 624S
PCR M1 616S
PCR M1 742A
PCR M1 724A
Depth (mm)
1,050
1,050
1,050
1,050
1,050
1,050
1,050
1,050
1,050
1,050
1,050
1,050
1,050
Open area ratio
80%
80%
80%
80%
80%
75%
80%
80%
75%
75%
75%
80%
80%
TABLE A.2 PRIMEQUEST 2000 series external dimensions
Model
PRIMEQUEST 2000 series
Height
438 mm (10U)
Width
445 mm
Depth
782 mm
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.
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A.2 Rack Mounting Requirements
Rack mounting requirements
The following table lists the requirements for mounting in one rack.
Number of
mountable units
Model
Mounting area
The bottom of the mounted device must not be
below 1U. (*1)
PRIMEQUEST 2000 series
3
The top of the mounted device must not be above
1,066 mm from floor. (*2).
PCI_Box
No mounting requirements
(*1) For the models 2742/2737/2724/2642/2624/2616 and PCR M1 742S/724S/642S/624S/616S/742A/724A,
the bottom of the mounted device must not be below 2U.
(*2) For the models 2742/2737/2724/2642/2624/2616 and PCR M1 742S/724S/642S/624S/616S/742A/724A,
the top of the mounted device is 22U (1,020 mm).
For details, contact the distributor where you purchased your product, or your sales representative.
FIGURE A.1 Example of rack mounting
Number
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Description
Example 1 of rack mounting for model 2642
Example 2 of rack mounting for model 2642
1,022 mm
1,060 mm
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A.2 Rack Mounting Requirements
A.2.2 Requirements for mounting in a third party's 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.
Note
Fujitsu does not guarantee there will be no problems arising from the mounting of the PRIMEQUEST 2000
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.
TABLE A.3 Structural condition of rack
Number of Check
Length of rack
Check1
Term
Condition
Allowable spacing between
posts
Length between front post and
front cover
Length between front post and
front cover
685 to 790mm
(26.7 to 31.1 in.)
860mm(33.9 in.) or more
distance between the left and
right posts (common to the
front and rear posts)
450mm(17.7 in.) or more
465mm(18.3 in) or more
(EIA standard)
Check6
Distance between holes on the
left and right device mounting
posts (common to the front
and rear posts):
Bracket installation space
Format of rack
Check7
Pitch of hole
EIA standard, universal pitch
Check8
Format and size of hole
Length of each side of a square hole:
9x9(0.35 in.) to 10x10 mm (0.39 in.)
Check9
Cable takeout port
Check10
Loading Carrying Capacity of
rack
Check11
Open area ratio of rack
Check12
Measure to prevent the rack
from toppling
The cable can be taken out of the
bottom or rear .
Total weight must be less than
loading Carrying Capacity of rack.
Note
Loading Carrying Capacity of rack
may change when anti-earthquake
measures are given.
Open area ratio of rack of front cover
and rear cover must be more than
60%.
Measure to prevent the rack from
toppling must be performed.
Check2
Check3
Width of rack
Check4
Check5
Reference
FIGURE A.2
Length of rack
FIGURE A.2
Length of rack
60mm(2.4 in.) or more
FIGURE A.2
Length of rack
There must not be interference thing
(post for reinforcement or option) in
the shaded portion of figure.
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FIGURE A.3 Width
of rack
FIGURE A.4 Format
of rack posts
FIGURE A.3 Width
of rack
FIGURE A.4 Format
of rack posts
FIGURE A.3 Width
of rack
FIGURE A.4 Format
of rack posts
FIGURE A.4 Format
of rack posts
FIGURE A.2
Length of rack
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A.2 Rack Mounting Requirements
FIGURE A.2 Length of rack
Number
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Description
Front cover
Front post
Rear post
Rear cover
Width of rack
FIGURE A.3 Width of rack
Number
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
Description
Front cover
Front post
Rear post
Rear cover
Bracket installation area
Width of Bracket installation
Width of chassis of PRIMEQUEST
Chassis of PRIMEQUEST
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A.2 Rack Mounting Requirements
Format of rack posts
FIGURE A.4 Format of rack posts
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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