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HP Performance Optimized Datacenter 40c G2
Maintenance and Service Guide
Abstract
This guide provides maintenance and service guidance for the HP Performance Optimized Datacenter 40c (HP POD 40c G2).
Part Number: 695161-001
August 2012
Edition: 1
© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express
warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall
not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.
Contents
Illustrated parts catalog ................................................................................................................. 6
Structural component identification .............................................................................................................. 6
Parts and part number identification ................................................................................................... 6
Life safety component identification ............................................................................................................. 7
Power feeders ........................................................................................................................................... 9
Electrical panels ...................................................................................................................................... 10
Cooling system component identification .................................................................................................... 11
HP POD 40c G2 racks ............................................................................................................................. 11
Replaceable spare parts ........................................................................................................................... 12
Removal and replacement procedures ........................................................................................... 15
Safety considerations ............................................................................................................................... 15
Operator safety ............................................................................................................................. 15
Fire detection and suppression .................................................................................................................. 15
Air filter ................................................................................................................................................. 16
Removing the air filter .................................................................................................................... 16
Replacing the air filter .................................................................................................................... 17
Busway drop box .................................................................................................................................... 18
Removing the busway drop box ...................................................................................................... 18
Replacing the busway drop box ...................................................................................................... 19
Differential pressure sensor ....................................................................................................................... 20
Removing the differential pressure sensor .......................................................................................... 21
Replacing the differential pressure sensor ......................................................................................... 21
Door position contact ............................................................................................................................... 22
Removing the door position contact ................................................................................................. 22
Replacing the door position contact ................................................................................................. 22
Drain pan sensor ..................................................................................................................................... 23
Removing the drain pan sensor ....................................................................................................... 23
Replacing the drain pan sensor ....................................................................................................... 24
ECS touchscreen ..................................................................................................................................... 26
Removing the ECS touchscreen ........................................................................................................ 26
Replacing the ECS touchscreen ....................................................................................................... 27
EPO button ............................................................................................................................................. 27
Removing the EPO button ............................................................................................................... 28
Replacing the EPO button ............................................................................................................... 29
EPO LED indicators .................................................................................................................................. 30
Removing the EPO LED indicator ..................................................................................................... 30
Replacing the EPO LED indicator ..................................................................................................... 31
EPO thermister ........................................................................................................................................ 32
Removing the EPO thermister .......................................................................................................... 32
Replacing the EPO thermister .......................................................................................................... 32
External chilled water flow actuator ........................................................................................................... 33
Removing the external chilled water flow actuator .............................................................................. 33
Replacing the external chilled water flow actuator ............................................................................. 35
External chilled water flow valve ............................................................................................................... 35
Removing the external chilled water flow valve .................................................................................. 36
Replacing the external chilled water flow valve .................................................................................. 36
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External pressure gauge isolation valve ...................................................................................................... 37
Removing the external pressure gauge isolation valve ........................................................................ 37
Replacing the external pressure gauge isolation valve ........................................................................ 37
Fan ....................................................................................................................................................... 38
Removing the fan........................................................................................................................... 38
Replacing the fan .......................................................................................................................... 39
Fan bank................................................................................................................................................ 40
Removing the fan bank................................................................................................................... 40
Replacing the fan bank .................................................................................................................. 41
Fire strobe light ....................................................................................................................................... 42
Removing the fire strobe light .......................................................................................................... 42
Replacing the fire strobe light .......................................................................................................... 43
Humidifier .............................................................................................................................................. 43
Removing the humidifier ................................................................................................................. 44
Replacing the humidifier ................................................................................................................. 46
Humidistat .............................................................................................................................................. 47
Removing the humidistat ................................................................................................................. 47
Replacing the humidistat ................................................................................................................. 48
Humidity sensor ...................................................................................................................................... 50
Removing the humidity sensor ......................................................................................................... 50
Replacing the humidity sensor ......................................................................................................... 52
LED light................................................................................................................................................. 53
Removing the LED light ................................................................................................................... 53
Replacing the LED light ................................................................................................................... 54
Temperature sensor (cold aisle) ................................................................................................................. 55
Removing the cold aisle temperature sensor ...................................................................................... 55
Replacing the cold aisle temperature sensor ...................................................................................... 56
Temperature sensor (hot aisle) ................................................................................................................... 57
Removing the hot aisle temperature sensor ........................................................................................ 58
Replacing the hot aisle temperature sensor ........................................................................................ 59
VESDA filter ............................................................................................................................................ 60
Removing the VESDA filter .............................................................................................................. 61
Replacing the VESDA filter .............................................................................................................. 61
Periodic maintenance .................................................................................................................. 63
Periodic maintenance overview ................................................................................................................. 63
Cooling system maintenance schedule ....................................................................................................... 63
Leak detection maintenance ............................................................................................................ 64
Drains .................................................................................................................................................... 65
ECS ....................................................................................................................................................... 65
Electrical ................................................................................................................................................ 65
Fire alarm and suppression system ............................................................................................................ 67
Generator (if applicable) .......................................................................................................................... 67
HP POD 40c G2 structure ........................................................................................................................ 68
Life safety ............................................................................................................................................... 68
Security .................................................................................................................................................. 68
Switchgear ............................................................................................................................................. 69
Third-party components ............................................................................................................................ 69
UPS ....................................................................................................................................................... 69
Specifications ............................................................................................................................. 70
General HP POD 40c G2 specifications ..................................................................................................... 70
Electrical specifications ............................................................................................................................ 70
Water specifications ................................................................................................................................ 71
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Rack specifications .................................................................................................................................. 71
Thermal and air flow performance ............................................................................................................. 71
Environmental specifications ..................................................................................................................... 71
Optional features specifications................................................................................................................. 72
Contacting HP ............................................................................................................................ 73
Before you contact HP.............................................................................................................................. 73
HP contact information ................................................................................................................... 73
Regulatory compliance notices ..................................................................................................... 74
HP POD 40c G2 regulatory compliance ..................................................................................................... 74
Safety and NEC compliance ........................................................................................................... 74
Regulatory compliance identification numbers ............................................................................................. 75
Federal Communications Commission notice ............................................................................................... 75
Modifications .......................................................................................................................................... 75
Cables ................................................................................................................................................... 75
Canadian notice (Avis Canadien) .............................................................................................................. 75
Regulatory requirements for EXIT signs ....................................................................................................... 76
Glossary .................................................................................................................................... 77
Documentation feedback ............................................................................................................. 79
Index ......................................................................................................................................... 80
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Illustrated parts catalog
Structural component identification
The HP POD 40c G2 documentation frequently refers to the specific components of the HP POD 40c G2 as
shown in the following figure and described in the following table.
Item Component
Description
1
Heat exchanger access hatches
Provides access to the overhead heat exchangers
2
Personnel access doors
Provides access to the POD
3
Facility chilled water return
Facilitates the return of chilled water to the POD
4
Facility chilled water supply
Facilitates the supply of chilled water to the POD
Parts and part number identification
Review the contents of the HP POD 40c G2 to identify the following for each component:
•
Model number—The model number is located on the door to the control panel inside the cold aisle of
the HP POD 40c G2, as shown in the following figure.
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•
Regulatory compliance identification number—This product has been assigned a unique regulatory
model number and is located on the door to the control panel inside the cold aisle of the HP POD 40c
G2, as shown in the following figure.
•
CSC Safety Approval placard—Each HP POD 40c G2 has a CSC Safety Approval placard that includes
the model number, serial number, and proof load. The CSC Safety Approval placard is located on the
cargo end of the HP POD 40c G2, as shown in the following figure.
Life safety component identification
Internal life safety components
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Top view shown
Item
Component
Description
1
Exit sign locations
Indicates the location of an exit
2
Fire strobe light
Indicates a fire alarm condition within the HP POD 40c G2
3
EPO button
Disconnects the HP POD 40c G2 from main power feeds
4
Fire alarm manual pull*
Enables manual initiation of the fire system, which includes
activating the interior and exterior fire strobe lights and the
optional fire suppression system
5
Fire suppression abort button*
Aborts the fire suppression system. A fire suppression abort
button is located next to each personnel door.
*This is an optional component that might not be included.
Exit sign locations
The exit signs within the HP POD 40c G2 contain tritium. For information about the regulatory requirements
regarding the handling, transfer, and disposal of the signs, see "Regulatory requirements for EXIT signs (on
page 76)."
Top view shown
External emergency status indicators
The HP POD 40c G2 has one external fire strobe light that indicates a fire alarm condition.
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Top view shown
Power feeders
IMPORTANT: A licensed electrician must connect the power according to all local and national
electrical codes, and must comply with manufacturer specifications.
The HP POD 40c G2 has eight power feeder couplings that provide the entrance for power to the POD. The
power feeders route into the top of each electrical panel on the end of the HP POD 40c G2.
Top view shown
The top of each electrical panel has four 10.16 cm (4 in) welded couplings where the power feeders are
connected.
Power feeders are sized in accordance with NEC and IEC regulations.
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Electrical panels
WARNING: To avoid the risk of personal injury or loss of life, all personnel must comply with PPE
requirements when opening or working inside areas of the HP POD 40c G2 that are marked as
hazardous voltage, per NFPA 70E in accordance with NEC (NA) and IEC (EMEA and APJ).
WARNING: To avoid the risk of personal injury or loss of life, all personnel must comply with
electrical warning labels when operating and maintaining the electrical panels and systems of the
HP POD 40c G2.
End view shown
Item
Component
Description
1
Fire box*
Connection location for fire emergency and VESDAnet signals
2
Demarcation box*
Customer communication connection point for the following
components:
•
•
•
3
4
415 Y/240
4-wire, 800
panel
415 Y/240
4-wire, 800
panel
ECS
Security
Phone
V 3-phase,
A electrical
Feed A power for critical IT loads (electrical busways) and house power
V 3-phase,
A electrical
Feed B power for critical IT loads (electrical busways) and house power
*The demarcation box and the fire box are communication data points that are provided on the POD by HP. Connecting
these data points is the responsibility of the customer, unless an approved Statement of Work is initiated.
Main breaker locations
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End view shown
Cooling system component identification
The heat exchanger access hatches are located on top of the POD. The hatches are coated with a durable
finish to prevent corrosion.
Side view shown
Item
Component
Description
1
Heat exchangers
Use facility chilled water to cool the air in the HP POD 40c G2
2
Heat exchanger fan
banks
Operate at variable speeds to maintain the preprogrammed differential
pressure setpoint and the hot aisle temperature setpoint
3
Chilled water supply
Supplies facility chilled water to cool the HP POD 40c G2
4
Chilled water return
Returns heated chilled water to the facility
HP POD 40c G2 racks
The HP POD 40c G2 contains a total of 20 IT racks.
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CAUTION: If any racks contain empty RU space, use the HP POD 40c G2 filler panels to
maintain the efficiency of the HP POD 40c G2 thermal system. Filler panels are available from HP
in 10-pack quantities (part number AQ682A) and 100-pack quantities (part number AS993A).
For more information about racks and network cabling, see the HP Performance Optimized Datacenter
Networking Guide.
Replaceable spare parts
The spare parts in the following table can be replaced by qualified facilities personnel.
Spare part number Description
660063-001
3-phase, 20A busway drop box; NA POD
660064-001
3-phase, 60A busway drop box; NA POD
637086-001
SPS-FUSE BLOCK 600V 3P
637087-001
SPS-FUSE BLOCK 600V 1P
637088-001
SPS-CPU TOUCH SCREEN
637089-001
8 port ETHERNET SWITCH
637090-001
SPS-TERMINAL DIGITAL OUTPUT 4CH
637091-001
SPS-TERMINAL SER INTFC RS4222 RS485
637092-001
SPS-TERMINAL END BUS EXT
637093-001
SPS-TERMINAL BUS TERM ETHERCAT
637094-001
SPS-TERMINAL COUPLER ETHERCAT
637095-001
SPS-ANALOG INPUT 4 20mA 4CH
637096-001
SPS-TERMINAL ANALOG OUTPUT 0-10V 2CH
637097-001
SPS-TERMINAL BUS END
637098-001
SPS-TERMINAL PRESSURE DIFF 1CH
637099-001
SPS-TERMINAL DIGITAL INPUT 4CH
637100-001
SPS-TERMINAL 100PT INPUT 4CH
637101-001
SPS-SIREN 24V DC
637102-001
White LED light
637103-001
Yellow LED light
637104-001
Red LED light
637118-001
SPS-RELAY 4POLE 2NC 240VAC
637119-001
SPS-SOCKET RELAY LOGIC 4POLE
637120-001
SPS-SENSOR TEMP POD
637121-001
SPS-FUSE ATDR TIME DELAY 600VAC 1A
637122-001
SPS-FUSE ATDR TIME DELAY 600VAC 4A
637123-001
SPS-FUSE ATDR TIME DELAY 600VAC 10A
637124-001
SPS-RELAY 4POLE 24V DC 10A
637129-001
SPS-TSAT 60
637131-001
SPS-MAGNETIC FLOW METER
637134-001
NETWORK INTERFACE CARD
637135-001
SPS-SENSOR TEMP INSERTION
637136-001
SPS-SENSOR PRESSURE ABS 10 BAR
637137-001
SPS-SENSOR TEMP ROOM
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Spare part number Description
637138-001
EPO switch cover w/ horn
637139-001
EPO BUTTON
637140-001
ELECTRIC VALVE ACTUATOR
637141-001
BUTTERFLY VALVE
637371-001
SPS-FAN 235 CFM
637372-001
Temperature sensor duct
637373-001
SPS-SENSOR LEAKAGE
664744-001
SPS-SENSOR TEMP RH NEMA 4 4 20mA OUT
664868-001
SPS-INDICATOR LED 6 24VDC GREEN
671748-001
SPS-SENSOR PRESSURE GAUGE 160 PSI
671749-001
SPS-SENSOR FLOW METER GEMU
671756-001
SPS-HUMIDISTAT GEN M3
VS-005 (Mfg PN)
Filter, replacement, VESDA, Laser Series
The spare parts in the following table are electrical components that must be replaced by a certified
electrician.
IMPORTANT: A licensed electrician must connect the power according to all local and national
electrical codes, and must comply with manufacturer specifications.
Spare part number Description
637117-001
SPS-CKT BKR T2 100AF 40AT
637126-001
SPS-CKT BKR T4 200A 600V 3POLE
637128-001
SPS-POWER METER PAC 3200
637130-001
SPS-TRANSFORMER CT PANEL MT
637132-001
SPS-TVSS
637142-001
SPS-SHUNT TRIP 800A CKT BRKR
637143-001
SPS-CKT BREAKER SMD 3P 800A
637144-001
24V UPS power supply
637145-001
SPS-PWR SUPPLY REDUNDANT MOD
637146-001
SPS-PWR SUPPLY 24V 7ah ACCUMULATOR
637496-001
230V power supply
664738-001
SPS-TRANSFORMER 2000VA 240x480 120x240
664748-001
SPS-PWR SPLY SNGL ZONE 220VAC VESDA
671746-001
SPS-TRANSFORMER CT 3 PHASE
671750-001
SPS-HOUSING LED LIGHT FXTR
671751-001
SPS-LED LIGHT FXTR ASSY
671752-001
SPS-FUSE TIME DELAY
671755-001
SPS-CONTACT MAG DOOR
671757-001
SPS-HUMIDIFIER 230VAC
671759-001
SPS-CKT BRKR SNGL POLE 15A
671760-001
SPS-CKT BRKR MINI 5A
671761-001
SPS-CKT BRKR MINI 20A
671762-001
SPS-CKT BRKR BRANCH SNGL POLE 10A
671763-001
SPS-CKT BRKR 3P MAIN LUG 150A
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The spare parts in the following table must be replaced by a licensed fire safety contractor.
IMPORTANT: These parts must be replaced by a licensed fire safety contractor according to all
local and regional fire codes, and in compliance with manufacturer specifications.
Spare part number Description
637133-001
Smoke detector
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Removal and replacement procedures
Safety considerations
The HP POD 40c G2 is listed to the UL 69050 standard as an Information Technology Product and Classified
according to the NEC, NFPA-70, 2008.
The HP POD 40c G2 is not suitable for long term personnel occupancy.
The safety information is specific to the people operating and maintaining the components of the HP POD
40c G2.
IMPORTANT: All plumbing to and from the HP POD 40c G2 must be completed by a licensed
plumber.
IMPORTANT: All wiring in and around the HP POD 40c G2 must be completed by a licensed
electrician.
Operator safety
The HP POD 40c G2 provides service access areas for periodic maintenance and service and is only to be
used by owner-authorized personnel specifically trained in the maintenance and service of the HP POD 40c
G2.
The HP POD 40c G2 is not a habitable structure suitable for long term personnel occupancy.
WARNING: To avoid the risk of personal injury or loss of life, all personnel must comply with PPE
requirements when opening or working inside areas of the HP POD 40c G2 that are marked as
hazardous voltage, per NFPA 70E in accordance with NEC (NA) and IEC (EMEA and APJ).
WARNING: To avoid the risk of personal injury, hearing protection must be worn at all times
when working inside the HP POD 40c G2.
WARNING: To avoid the risk of personal injury or damage to the equipment, do not insert
anything inside the electrical busways except the approved HP busway drop boxes.
The customer is responsible for completing any Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) evaluation of the HP
POD 40c G2 or any attached structural component purchased through HP. The customer must complete an
arc flash assessment of the HP POD 40c G2 and the associated electrical supply system for operation,
maintenance, and so on.
Fire detection and suppression
The fire suppression system, supplied as an optional component of the HP POD 40c G2, is a "Manufacturer
Designed" system specifically for this HP product, in compliance with national standards.
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The HP standard suppression system includes a Novec 1230 clean agent system. However, if the customer
or local AHJ requires specific modifications or a replacement, HP can assist in these actions at the expense
of the customer.
HP does not certify that the fire suppression system installed in the HP POD 40c G2 meets all local and
jurisdictional requirements. The customer is responsible for the following actions as related to the fire
suppression system:
•
Verifying that the POD suppression system meets local codes, including specific local requirements for
initial and periodic inspections.
•
Arranging for and receiving all required local permits, including initial commissioning as well as
standard and repair maintenance.
•
Arranging for the connection of the agent tanks, refilling of tanks, and all system testing, including
pressure tests. All general maintenance of the suppression system must be completed by an authorized
technician.
Additional local requirements are not covered as part of the option price or basic installation and
deployment services, unless specifically included in an executed Statement of Work.
Air filter
There are 2 air filters per cooling zone, for a total of 12 filters.
Tools are not required for installation.
Removing the air filter
1.
Pull the locking tabs away from the air filter to release the filter.
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2.
Pull the filter down through the frame channels to remove the filter.
Replacing the air filter
1.
Angle the filter to position the top corners in the frame channels, and then push the filter up to the top of
the frame.
2.
Press in the bottom corners of the filter until the locking tabs engage and the filter clicks into place.
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Busway drop box
The internal electrical busways provide a location to connect each of the drop boxes, which then power the
PDUs. Stagger the drop boxes on the electrical busways by connecting one drop box to busway #1 and
connecting the next drop box to busway #2. A staggered configuration enables load balancing with the rack
equipment and is necessary to ensure redundancy.
You need a socket wrench for installation.
IMPORTANT: HP recommends that you shut down the associated IT equipment and de-energize
the appropriate section of the power busway before attempting to remove or replace a busway
drop box. The corresponding branch circuit breaker is labeled on the busway.
Removing the busway drop box
1.
Turn the power off by opening both breakers on the busway drop box (1).
2.
Disconnect the PDUs that are connected to the busway drop box (2).
3.
Use a socket wrench to loosen and remove the bolt securing the busway drop box to the retaining
hardware bracket (1).
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4.
Slide the hardware bracket to the right along the busway, completely disconnecting it from the busway
drop box (2).
WARNING: Use caution when removing and replacing the busway drop box. The drop box
weighs approximately 9 kg (20 lb).
5.
Rotate the busway drop box 90° so that it is perpendicular to the electrical busway, and then remove
the drop box from the electrical busway (3).
Replacing the busway drop box
WARNING: Use caution when removing and replacing the busway drop box. The drop box
weighs approximately 9 kg (20 lb).
1.
Place the silver drop box bracket onto the electrical busway where you want to replace the busway
drop box (1).
2.
Note the required rotation indicated on the drop box, insert the drop box into the drop box bracket on
the electrical busway, and then rotate the drop box 90° until it locks into place (2).
CAUTION: To prevent damage to the drop box and ensure that the drop box engages properly,
be sure that the drop box is completely flush to the busway. If a drop box is damaged during
installation, do not attempt to re-engage or repair the drop box.
3.
Slide the hardware bracket to the left along the busway until it connects to the drop box (3).
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4.
Secure the busway drop box to the retaining hardware bracket by using a socket wrench to insert and
tighten a bolt (4).
5.
Connect the PDUs to the busway drop box (1).
6.
Turn the power on by closing both breakers on the busway drop box (2).
Differential pressure sensor
The differential pressure sensors are located in the cold aisle.
You need a Phillips-head screwdriver for installation.
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Removing the differential pressure sensor
1.
Label the pressure sensor tube connection locations, and then remove the tubes from the differential
pressure sensor.
2.
Label the sensor wire connection locations, loosen the screws securing the sensor wires, and then
remove the sensor wires.
3.
Remove the two nuts (1) and two bolts (2) securing the differential pressure sensor, and then remove the
differential pressure sensor.
Replacing the differential pressure sensor
1.
Replace the differential pressure sensor, and then secure the differential pressure sensor with two bolts
(1) and two nuts (2).
2.
Insert the pressure sensor tubes into the differential pressure sensor according to the connection
locations you labeled during the removal procedure.
3.
Replace the sensor wires according to the connection locations you labeled during the removal
procedure, and then secure the sensor wires by tightening the screws.
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Door position contact
Door position contacts are located on all doors and cabinets.
You need a Phillips-head screwdriver and scissors for installation.
Removing the door position contact
1.
Remove the two screws securing the upper magnet (1).
2.
Cut the tie wrap (2) and loosen the nut on the HP POD 40c G2 structure that secures the wire.
3.
Pull the wire all the way through to the point of entry or ECS panel (3).
Replacing the door position contact
1.
Feed the wire all the way through from the point of entry or ECS panel (1).
2.
Tighten the nut on the HP POD 40c G2 structure that secures the wire, and then replace the tie wrap (2).
3.
Secure the magnet to the bracket using two screws (3).
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Drain pan sensor
The HP POD 40c G2 includes six heat exchanger condensate drains. One drain pan sensor is located in the
drain tray below each set of heat exchangers.
Two sensors are also located in the header drain pans, one in cooling zone 2 and one in cooling zone 5.
The normally-open circuit is closed when the probes of the drain pan sensor become wet, which allows 24
VDC to travel back to the ECS panel and trigger the alarm.
You need a Phillips-head screwdriver and a small flathead screwdriver for installation.
Removing the drain pan sensor
1.
If you are removing a heat exchanger drain pan sensor, do the following:
a. Inspect the area by removing the center, bottom fan from the center fan bank in the associated zone.
For more information, see "Removing the fan (on page 38)."
b. To gain additional working space, you might need to remove a fan bank in the associated zone. For
more information, see "Removing the fan bank (on page 40)."
2.
Follow the sensor wire to the associated satellite box. Disconnect the wire from the satellite box terminal
and note the wire location.
Heat exchanger drain pan sensor
-orHeader drain pan sensor
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3.
Pull the wire through from the satellite box to the sensor location, and then remove the sensor.
Heat exchanger drain pan sensor
-orHeader drain pan sensor
Replacing the drain pan sensor
1.
Position the sensor in the drain pan.
Heat exchanger drain pan sensor
-or-
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Header drain pan sensor
2.
Route the wire through the flex tubing to the associated zone satellite box.
3.
Connect the sensor wire to the appropriate port on the satellite box terminal.
Heat exchanger drain pan sensor
-orHeader drain pan sensor
4.
If you are replacing a heat exchanger drain pan sensor, do the following:
a. Replace the fan bank you removed, if applicable. For more information, see "Replacing the fan
bank (on page 41)."
b. Replace the fan you removed, if applicable. For more information, see "Replacing the fan (on page
39)."
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ECS touchscreen
The ECS touchscreen is located on the door to the control panel inside the cold aisle of the HP POD 40c G2.
You need a Phillips-head screwdriver for installation.
Removing the ECS touchscreen
1.
Disconnect the cables attached to the back of the ECS touchscreen.
2.
Remove the eight screws on the back of the door that secure the ECS touchscreen (1), and then push the
ESC touchscreen through the front of the door to remove the ECS touchscreen (2).
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Replacing the ECS touchscreen
1.
Replace the ESC touchscreen through the front of the door (1), and then secure the ECS touchscreen to
the back of the door with eight screws (2).
2.
Connect the cables to the back of the ECS touchscreen.
EPO button
There are two EPO buttons, one by each personnel access door in the HP POD 40c G2.
You need a Phillips-head screwdriver for installation.
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Removing the EPO button
1.
Remove the two screws securing the tamper cover (1), and then remove the tamper cover (2).
2.
Remove the four screws securing the EPO button (1), and then remove the EPO button (2).
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Replacing the EPO button
1.
Replace the EPO button (1), and then replace the four screws that secure the EPO button (2).
2.
Replace the tamper cover (1), and then replace the two screws that secure the tamper cover (2).
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EPO LED indicators
The ECS cabinet contains white (1, 3), red (2), yellow (4), and green (5) EPO LED indicators.
Tools are not required for installation.
Removing the EPO LED indicator
1.
On the back of the ECS cabinet door, push the gray tab on the EPO LED indicator module down to
release the module (1), and then pull the module out of the door (2).
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2.
Unscrew the EPO LED indicator bulb.
Replacing the EPO LED indicator
1.
Screw the new EPO LED indicator bulb into the module.
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2.
Push the module into the slot on the back of the ECS cabinet door until it clicks into place.
EPO thermister
Two EPO thermisters are located in the hot aisle, one in cooling zone 2 and one in cooling zone 5.
While the thermisters are not technically at-temperature monitoring devices, when the hot aisle temperature
reaches 60ºC (140ºF), the thermister switch closes. When both thermister switches are closed, the EPO
system initiates an emergency shutdown.
You need scissors for installation.
Removing the EPO thermister
1.
Cut the tie wraps securing the thermister (1).
2.
Pull the thermister down to remove the thermister (2).
Replacing the EPO thermister
1.
Insert the replacement thermister (1).
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2.
Secure the thermister with tie wraps (2).
External chilled water flow actuator
The external chilled water flow actuator is located on top of the HP POD 40c G2.
You need a wrench for installation.
Removing the external chilled water flow actuator
1.
Open and danger tag the associated circuit breaker in the ECS cabinet. The circuit breakers are
identified on the panel schedule.
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2.
Remove the four bolts securing the face plate (1), and then remove the face plate (2).
3.
Disconnect the power to the actuator.
4.
Remove the four bolts securing the actuator (1), and then remove the actuator (2).
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Replacing the external chilled water flow actuator
1.
Replace the actuator (1), and then secure the actuator using four bolts (2).
2.
Connect the power to the actuator.
3.
Replace the actuator face plate (1), and then secure the face plate with four bolts (2).
4.
Close the associated circuit breaker in the ECS cabinet.
External chilled water flow valve
The external chilled water flow valve is the butterfly valve located on top of the HP POD 40c G2.
You need a wrench for installation.
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Removing the external chilled water flow valve
1.
Remove the external chilled water flow actuator. For detailed instructions, see "Removing the external
chilled water flow actuator (on page 33)."
2.
Remove the eight bolts surrounding the valve (1), and then remove the valve (2).
Replacing the external chilled water flow valve
1.
Replace the valve (1), and then secure the valve with eight bolts (2).
2.
Replace the external chilled water flow actuator. For detailed instructions, see "Replacing the external
chilled water flow actuator (on page 35)."
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External pressure gauge isolation valve
The external pressure gauge isolation valve is located on top of the HP POD 40c G2.
You need an adjustable wrench or an appropriately sized box wrench for installation.
Removing the external pressure gauge isolation valve
Loosen the connection securing the valve (1), and then remove the valve (2).
Replacing the external pressure gauge isolation valve
Insert the new valve (1), and then tighten the connection (2).
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Fan
There are 18 fans per cooling zone.
CAUTION: Power must be removed from the fan power assembly before removing or replacing
a fan or fan bank.
You need a Phillips-head screwdriver for installation.
Removing the fan
1.
Disconnect both power supplies from the fan power assembly.
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2.
Remove the three screws that secure the fan in the assembly (1), and then partially remove the fan by
pulling it straight out (2).
3.
Disconnect the wire.
4.
Remove the fan from the assembly.
Replacing the fan
1.
Connect the wire.
2.
Insert the fan into the assembly and push until the fan is fully seated (1).
3.
Secure the fan with three screws (2).
4.
Connect the power supplies to the fan power assembly.
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Fan bank
There are three fan banks per cooling zone.
CAUTION: Power must be removed from the fan power assembly before removing or replacing
a fan or fan bank.
You need a Phillips-head screwdriver for installation.
Removing the fan bank
1.
Disconnect both power supplies from the fan power assembly.
2.
Remove the fan bank wire harness (1).
3.
Remove the six screws that secure the fan bank (2).
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4.
Remove the fan bank by pulling it straight out (3).
Replacing the fan bank
1.
Insert the fan bank (1).
2.
Secure the fan bank with six screws (2).
3.
Replace the fan bank wire harness (3).
4.
Connect the power supplies to the fan power assembly.
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Fire strobe light
The HP POD 40c G2 contains an internal fire alarm strobe light in the cold aisle and an external fire alarm
strobe light at the standard personnel entry door.
You need a Phillips-head screwdriver for installation.
Removing the fire strobe light
1.
Remove the four screw cover plates (1).
2.
Remove the four screws securing the components (2), and then disconnect the wiring.
3.
Remove the electric sounder with strobe, the semi-flush plate, and the standard back box (3).
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Replacing the fire strobe light
1.
Assemble the standard back box, the semi-flush plate, and the electric sounder with strobe (1), and then
attach the wiring.
2.
Secure the components with four screws (2).
3.
Attach the four screw cover plates (3).
Humidifier
The humidifier is located in the cold aisle humidifier bump out.
You need a Phillips-head screwdriver for installation.
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Removing the humidifier
1.
Hold the drain button on the humidifier exterior until the humidifier cylinder drains completely.
2.
Press the power button on the outside of the humidifier to power down the humidifier.
3.
Close the water supply isolation valve on the HP POD 40c G2 exterior.
4.
Disconnect the water supply line to the humidifier on the HP POD 40c G2 exterior to relieve the water
pressure.
5.
Open and danger tag the associated circuit breaker in the ECS cabinet. The circuit breakers are
identified on the panel schedule.
6.
Remove the four screws on the corners of the humidifier cover (1), and then remove the cover (2).
7.
Locate the power board and disconnect the two internal electrical wires.
8.
Disconnect the drain (1).
9.
Disconnect the humidifier from the water supply line (2).
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10.
Disconnect and remove the external electrical wiring from the housing (3).
11.
Remove the four screws that secure the humidifier body to the wall (1), and then remove the humidifier
(2).
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Replacing the humidifier
1.
Replace the humidifier (1), and then secure the humidifier to the wall with four screws (2).
2.
Connect the drain (1).
3.
Connect the humidifier to the water supply line (2).
4.
Route and connect the external electrical wiring to the housing (3).
5.
Locate the power board and connect the two internal electrical wires.
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6.
Replace the humidifier cover (1), and then secure the cover with four screws (2).
7.
Open the water supply isolation valve on the HP POD 40c G2 exterior.
8.
Connect the water supply line to the humidifier on the HP POD 40c G2 exterior.
9.
Close the associated circuit breaker in the ECS cabinet.
10.
Press the power button on the outside of the humidifier to power up the humidifier.
Humidistat
The humidistat is located in the cold aisle humidifier bump out.
You need a Phillips-head screwdriver and a flathead screwdriver for installation.
Removing the humidistat
1.
Press the power button on the outside of the humidifier to power down the humidifier.
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2.
Open and danger tag the associated circuit breaker in the ECS cabinet. The circuit breakers are
identified on the panel schedule.
3.
Detach the front panel of the humidistat from the mounting base:
a. Remove the screw securing the tab in the opening (1), and then slide the tab to the open position (2).
b. Use a flathead screwdriver to the press the release button (1), and then pull the front panel from the
bottom to detach the panel (2). The two parts remain connected by a flat cable.
4.
Squeeze the two terminal cover fins to remove the cables from the terminal block.
5.
Remove the screws securing the mounting base to the wall.
Replacing the humidistat
1.
Detach the front panel of the replacement humidistat from the mounting base.
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a. Remove the screw securing the tab in the opening (1), and then slide the tab to the open position (2).
b. Use a flathead screwdriver to the press the release button (1), and then pull the front panel from the
bottom to detach the panel (2). The two parts remain connected by a flat cable.
2.
Secure the mounting base to the wall using the screws provided.
3.
Squeeze the two terminal cover fins to remove the terminal covers.
4.
Make the required connections by running the connection cables through the center hole in the bottom
of the mounting base and connecting the cables to the terminal block.
5.
Separate the connection and control cables from the relay cables.
6.
Attach the front panel.
7.
Close the associated circuit breaker in the ECS cabinet.
8.
Press the power button on the outside of the humidifier to power up the humidifier.
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Humidity sensor
The HP POD 40c G2 contains two humidity sensors, one in cooling zone 2 and one in cooling zone 5.
You need a Phillips-head screwdriver for installation.
Removing the humidity sensor
1.
Remove the four screws that secure the sensor cover (1), and then remove the cover (2).
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2.
Loosen the sensor wires by turning the nut counter clockwise (1), remove the sensor wires from the
terminal block, and then remove the sensor wires (3).
3.
Remove the two screws that secure the sensor (1), and then remove the sensor (2).
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Replacing the humidity sensor
1.
Replace the sensor (1), and then secure the sensor with two screws (2).
2.
Insert the sensor wire into the nut (1), secure the wire by turning the nut clockwise (2), and then insert the
wire into the terminal block (3).
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3.
Replace the sensor cover (1), and then secure the cover with four screws (2).
LED light
Each POD contains eight LED lights.
You need adhesive tape for installation.
Removing the LED light
1.
Pull the LED light panel out (1).
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2.
Disconnect the LED light panel (2).
Replacing the LED light
1.
Connect the new LED light panel to the LED fixture (1).
2.
Replace the LED light panel by pressing it into the LED fixture (2).
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Temperature sensor (cold aisle)
The HP POD 40c G2 contains six temperature sensors in the cold aisle.
You need a Phillips-head screwdriver and scissors for installation.
Removing the cold aisle temperature sensor
1.
Remove the two screws that secure the sensor cover (1), and then remove the cover (2).
2.
Cut the two red wires inside the sensor box.
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3.
For each of the five clamps securing the sensor tube to the HP POD 40c G2 structure, remove the screw
that secures the clamp (1), rotate the clamp (2), and then pull the clamp out to remove the clamp (3).
4.
Remove the sensor tube.
Replacing the cold aisle temperature sensor
1.
Replace the sensor tube, and then secure the tube with five clamps. For each clamp, replace the clamp
(1), and then secure the clamp with a screw (2).
2.
Splice the two sensor tube wires with the red wires inside the sensor box.
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3.
Replace the sensor cover (1), and then secure the cover with two screws (2).
Temperature sensor (hot aisle)
The HP POD 40c G2 contains six temperature sensors in the hot aisle.
You need a Phillips-head screwdriver for installation.
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Removing the hot aisle temperature sensor
1.
Remove the four screws that secure the sensor cover (1), and then remove the cover (2).
2.
Loosen the sensor wires by turning the nut counter clockwise (1), remove the sensor wires from the
terminal block, and then remove the sensor wires (3).
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3.
Remove the two screws that secure the sensor (1), and then remove the sensor (2).
Replacing the hot aisle temperature sensor
1.
Replace the sensor (1), and then secure the sensor with two screws (2).
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2.
Insert the sensor wire into the nut (1), secure the wire by turning the nut clockwise (2), and then insert the
wire into the terminal block (3).
3.
Replace the sensor cover (1), and then secure the cover with four screws (2).
VESDA filter
The VESDA filter sensor notifies you through the ECS when a filter must be changed. HP recommends
periodically inspecting and changing each VESDA filter. A VESDA filter can be replaced during normal HP
POD 40c G2 operation.
You need a Phillips-head screwdriver for installation.
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Removing the VESDA filter
1. Remove the filter cover on the front of the VESDA unit.
2. Remove the 10mm screw that secures the VESDA filter (1), and then remove the filter (2).
Replacing the VESDA filter
1. Insert the new VESDA filter (1), and then replace the 10mm screw that secures the filter (2).
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2. Replace the VESDA filter cover.
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Periodic maintenance
Periodic maintenance overview
Perform periodic inspections on the components in this section to ensure that the HP POD 40c G2 continues
to perform within the designed parameters.
Cooling system maintenance schedule
Component to be inspected
Task
Frequency
Capable Party
Air filters
Inspect and replace as necessary
As needed
HP and certified
facilities personnel
Air filter differential pressure
switch
Inspect and test, replace as
necessary
Annually
HP and certified
facilities personnel
Condensate drain lines and
p-trap
Inspect and clean or blowout
p-trap and lines as necessary
Quarterly
HP and certified
facilities personnel
Condensate drain pans
Inspect pans:
Quarterly
HP and certified
facilities personnel
Quarterly
HP and certified
facilities personnel
Quarterly
HP and certified
facilities personnel
Quarterly
Inspect wiring and verify that
electrical components are secure
and fan power supplies are locked
into position
Inspect for water leaks, verify that Bi-weekly
no sparks form between the
electrodes during operation, and
inspect the general operation of
the cylinder.
Quarterly
Put the humidifier in system flush
mode and inspect drain flow and
water supply flow. Inspect, clean,
and/or replace as necessary.
HP and certified
facilities personnel
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•
•
•
•
•
Drain pan sensors
Conduct visual inspection for
leakage during the air filter
checks
Heat exchanger fans
Humidifier (if installed)
—
Free of debris
No leaks
Leakage detectors are in
proper position
Drain line is open
Water can pass through freely
Condensate traps are filled
with water
Clean pans as necessary
Inspect and test, replace as
necessary
If a leak is detected, see "Leak
detection maintenance (on page
64)."
Inspect and clean as necessary
HP and certified
facilities personnel
HP and certified
facilities personnel
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Component to be inspected
Task
—
Quarterly
Inspect for any water leaks and
replace the cylinder if necessary.
Inspect for blackened areas on the
cylinder and, if present, check the
condition of the electrodes. If
necessary, replace the cylinder.
Replace the cylinder.
Annually
—
Frequency
Capable Party
HP and certified
facilities personnel
HP and certified
facilities personnel
Leak detection maintenance
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock or damage to the equipment, use extreme
caution when removing and replacing components that involve water around the electrical
equipment. There is great risk of electrical shock when water is used near electricity.
CAUTION: If a serious leak develops, shut down the POD immediately and isolate the chilled
water cooling system from the site. Contact HP immediately to initiate a field service call. Do not
attempt to repair the chilled water cooling system. Attempting to self-repair the chilled water
cooling system during the warranty or service contract period shifts all liability to you.
IMPORTANT: HP recommends shutting down the POD after a leak is detected. For more
information, see "Power down procedure" in the user guide.
Non-isolable leak detection
A non-isolable leak is a leak from the main supply line or the return header.
To repair a non-isolable leak:
1.
Power down all IT equipment.
2.
Re-direct the leaking water away from the IT equipment.
3.
Repair the leak or contact HP if you are still within your service contract.
Isolable leak detection
An isolable leak is any type of leak that does not occur from the main supply line or the return header.
To repair an isolable leak:
1.
Inspect the zone indicated on the ECS Status Overview screen. You might need to inspect each zone
condensate drain pan to determine the exact location of the leak.
2.
Power down the IT equipment in the zone where the leak is located.
3.
Determine the affected heat exchanger.
4.
Close and danger tag the supply and return valves to the affected heat exchanger.
If the heat affected exchanger cannot be identified, close all the heat exchanger supply and return
valves in the affected zone and open one supply valve at a time to determine the location of the leak.
5.
Repair the leak or contact HP if you are still within your service contract.
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Drains
Component to be inspected
Task
Frequency
Capable Party
Drains
Visually check drains for blockage Monthly
Certified facilities
personnel
—
Functionally test drains
Quarterly
Certified facilities
personnel
Component to be inspected
Task
Frequency
Capable Party
Full system functional check
Operational check of all system
components
Quarterly
Certified facilities
personnel
—
Check and clear alarm log
Quarterly
Certified facilities
personnel
—
Inspect and test ECS battery
backup system
Bi-annually
Certified facilities
personnel
Component to be inspected
Task
Frequency
Capable Party
Electrical connections (might
require a scheduled shutdown)
Infrared inspections of all power
connections under normal
customer load including
transformer, switchboard, and
electrical panels (Periodic thermal
scans of all electrical connections
can reduce issues caused by
connections becoming loose due
to operational vibrations over
time.)
Busway drop box visual inspection
and torque test of connections.
Retighten as necessary and verify
adequate distance between
connection lugs and drop box
grounded steel.
Busway visual inspection of
busway section and connector
interconnects. Retighten as
necessary.
Busway drop box connections and
locking bolt. Visual inspection and
torque test of locking bolt. Visually
inspect drop box load cable and
cord-cap.
Visually inspect drop box breaker
and torque test breaker lug
connections. Mechanically
exercise drop box breaker.
Annually
Licensed electrician
Annually
Licensed electrician
Annually
Licensed electrician
Annually
Licensed electrician
Annually
Licensed electrician
ECS
Electrical
—
—
—
—
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Component to be inspected
Task
—
Annually
Electrical panel, breaker,
disconnect, and transformer visual
inspection for condensation or
other degradation of buses and
connections
Annually
Electrical panel, breaker,
disconnect, and transformer bolt
torque testing. Retighten as
necessary.
Grounding system resistance test Bi-annually
Licensed electrician
Ground and grounding
connection/lug located internal of
each electrical panel torque test.
Clean and retighten as necessary.
Grounding connection/lug
located external on the POD
torque test. Clean and retighten as
necessary.
Service entrance ground
connection/lug located at external
transformer and switchboard
torque test. Clean and retighten as
necessary.
Service entrance grounding
ground-rod/ground well
connecting/lug located at
locations external to POD torque
test. Clean and retighten as
necessary.
Grounding system bonding
jumpers connecting racks to POD
structure and rack to rack torque
test. Clean and retighten as
necessary.
Panel breaker operational test
(Simulate a breaker response to a
load greater than the breaker
rating.)
Visual inspection of breakers,
disconnects, motor starters, and
fuse holders
Bi-annually
Licensed electrician
Bi-annually
Licensed electrician
Bi-annually
Licensed electrician
Bi-annually
Licensed electrician
Bi-annually
Licensed electrician
Annually
Licensed electrician
Bi-annually
Licensed
electrician/Certified
facilities personnel
—
Calibrate all temperature,
pressure, and humidity sensors.
Annually
Certified facilities
personnel
—
Visual inspection of lighting
Bi-annually
fixtures and lamps. Measure foot
candles and replace as necessary.
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Frequency
Capable Party
Licensed electrician
Licensed electrician
Licensed
electrician/Certified
facilities personnel
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Fire alarm and suppression system
Component to be inspected
Task
Frequency
Capable Party
Full system functional check
Inspect and perform a functional As required by
check of the system.
local code
Licensed fire safety
contractor
—
Inspect and test fire panel
battery backup system.
Bi-annually
Licensed fire safety
contractor
—
Inspect and test VESDA power
supply.
Quarterly
Licensed fire safety
contractor
—
Inspect the VESDA pipe
network.
Bi-annually
Licensed fire safety
contractor
—
Inspect the VESDA filter.
Annually
Certified facilities
personnel
—
Conduct a VESDA pipe integrity Annually
smoke test.
Licensed fire safety
contractor
—
Check the VESDA pipe flow.
Annually
Licensed fire safety
contractor
—
Clean the VESDA sampling
points.
Every 2 years
Licensed fire safety
contractor
—
Flush the VESDA pipe network.
Every 2 years
Licensed fire safety
contractor
—
VESDA system air
sampling/smoke test
As required by
local code
Licensed fire safety
contractor
—
Suppression system test
As required by
local code
Licensed fire safety
contractor
—
Fire-pull visual and operational
inspection
As required by
local code
Licensed fire safety
contractor
—
Fire strobe and horn visual and As required by
operational inspection
local code
Licensed fire safety
contractor
Generator (if applicable)
Component to be inspected
Task
Frequency*
Capable Party
Generator
Visual inspection of the generator Quarterly
HP and certified
facilities personnel
—
Oil change
Annually
HP
—
Oil filter change
Annually
HP
—
Oil analysis
Annually
HP
—
Fuel filter change
Annually
HP
—
Coolant freeze point and
inhibition check each time the
generator is viewed
—
HP
*These are typical frequencies. See the documentation for the installed component for the recommended schedule.
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HP POD 40c G2 structure
Component to be inspected
Task
Frequency
Capable Party
Complete structure
Visually inspect the structural
integrity.
Annually
Certified facilities
personnel
—
Inspect the door operation and
Annually
inspect the door gaskets for water
and air leaks.
Visually inspect the paint. Perform Annually
prep and touch-up as necessary.
Certified facilities
personnel
—
Certified facilities
personnel
Life safety
Component to be inspected
Task
EPO system
EPO functional test with manual Annually
and automatic shutdown. (Verify
all shunt-trips on all panels trip.)
EPO alarms
Annually
—
Frequency
Capable Party
Licensed EPO safety
contractor
Licensed EPO safety
contractor
—
EPO bypass keyed switch
(functional test)
Annually
Licensed EPO safety
contractor
—
EPO bypass switch located at
each personnel door. (Functional
test. Verify system time-out reset
when switch is activated.)
EPO status light. (Verify operation
in different modes. Replace lamps
as necessary.)
Exit lights. (Verify exit lights are
visible when all lighting is off and
POD doors are closed.)
Tritium exit signs (Visual
inspection)
Annually
Licensed EPO safety
contractor
Annually
Licensed EPO safety
contractor
Bi-annually
Certified facilities
personnel
Bi-annually
Certified facilities
personnel
Personnel door emergency egress Bi-annually
panic bars. (Visual and
operational inspection.)
Certified facilities
personnel
—
—
—
—
Security
Component to be inspected
Task
System functional test
Visual inspection and operational Annually
test of door access contact
switches
Visual inspection and operational Annually
test of door access card readers,
electric strikes, and door release
switches at each personnel door
and/or in each personnel door
panic bar
—
Frequency
Capable Party
Certified facilities
personnel
Certified facilities
personnel
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Component to be inspected
Task
Frequency
Capable Party
—
Exterior water proofing check for Annually
ingress using water hose
Certified facilities
personnel
Component to be inspected
Task
Capable Party
Switchgear
—
Infrared inspection of all electrical Annually
power connections while under
normal load
Grounding and electrical systems Annually
—
Panel operational testing
Annually
HP and certified
facilities personnel
—
Breakers/disconnects
Annually
HP and certified
facilities personnel
Switchgear
Frequency
HP and certified
facilities personnel
HP and certified
facilities personnel
Third-party components
See the Operations and Maintenance Manual for the HP Performance Optimized Datacenter 40c for other
required maintenance items.
UPS
Component to be inspected
Task
Frequency
Capable Party
UPS
Vacuum Pump oil change
Annually
HP
—
Log file review
Annually
HP
—
Calibration verification
Annually
HP
—
Telemetry review
Annually
HP
—
Replace bearings
Every 2.5 to 3
years
HP
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Specifications
General HP POD 40c G2 specifications
Features
Specifications
Overall dimensions
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•
Weight1
Empty—16,783 kg (37,000 lb)
Maximum fully loaded—46,266 kg (102,000 lb)
Maximum power2
600 kW HP POD 40c G2
Power input voltage
380 VAC to 415 VAC
Power distribution3
8 x 200 A electrical busways
Maximum rack quantity
20 racks
Rack Units (RU) per rack
50 RU
Rack Units (RU) total
1000 RU
Average capacity per rack (kW)
30 kW
Peak rack capacity
69 kW
Voltage to rack
200 VAC to 240 VAC
Minimum quantity of PDUs per HP POD 40c G2
20 (one per rack)
Height—3.66 m (12 ft)
Length—12.19 m (40 ft)
Width—2.43 m (7.97 ft)
Maximum quantity of PDUs per HP POD 40c G2 40 (two per rack)
30A = 17 kW; 60A = 34 kW
Maximum power per PDU
Bulk cable pass-through-fiber
Bulk cable pass-through-copper
(Optional) External rated DEMARC box
Network supported
The Empty weight includes the HP POD 40c G2 structure, empty racks, PDUs, and drop boxes. It does not include IT
equipment.
2
The maximum power depends on the exact installation and power configuration in your POD. The HP POD 40c G2 is
electrically limited to 600 kW.
3
The HP POD 40c G2 can be configured for redundancy or non-redundancy.
1
Electrical specifications
Electrical busway system information
Feature
Specification
Number of busways
8
Frequency
60 Hz
Amps (per busway)
200 A
Voltage (per busway)
380 to 415 V
Grounding
Copper
Busway configuration
3-phase + neutral + equipment ground
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Fire alarm panel connections
The electrical layout of the fire alarm system is as described in the schematic drawing supplied with the HP
POD 40c G2.
Water specifications
The following table describes the chilled water system specifications for the HP POD 40c G2.
Feature
Specification
Facility input temperature to the HP POD
40c G2
12ºC to 24ºC (55ºF to 75ºF)
Working pressure
1,034 kPa (150 psi)
HP POD 40c G2 pressure drop
172.4 kPa (25 psi)
HP POD 40c G2 water flow rate
908.5 lpm (240 gpm)
Chilled water supply and return
connections
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North America—Two 10.16 cm (4 in) ASME B16.5 class #150
flanges
International—Two DIN PN16 DN100 flanges
Rack specifications
Standard HP POD 40c G2 racks (AT978A)
Feature
Specification
U height
50U
Width
54.6 cm (21.5 in)
Depth
99 cm (39 in)*
Maximum load weight
1,360.7 kg (3,000 lb)
*This specification indicates the maximum clearance for the cold aisle. Equipment cannot exceed this measurement.
Thermal and air flow performance
Maximum thermal and air flow
performance parameters
HP POD 40c G2 specification
Air temperature—Inlet to rack-mounted
components)
Dependent on IT configuration and chilled water inlet temperature
Chilled water temperature
12°C to 24°C (55°F to 75°F)
Total rack-mounted component air flow
Variable as required to maintain the hot aisle setpoint temperature
and dependent on IT configuration
Heat rejection capacity
600 kW
Environmental specifications
Feature
Specification
Operating temperature
-28ºC to 54ºC (-18ºF to 130ºF)
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Feature
Specification
Non-operating temperature* -29ºC to 54ºC (-20ºF to 130ºF)
Operating humidity
•
•
0% to 100% external
10% to 90% non-condensing internal
Non-operating humidity*
•
•
5% to 95% relative non-condensing
39ºC (102ºF) maximum wet bulb
temperature
Operating altitude
-76.2 m to 3,048 m (-250 ft to 10,000 ft)
Non-operating altitude
-76.2 m to 9,144 m (-250 ft to 30,000 ft)
*For non-operating specifications, consider the temperature of computer and IT equipment inside the HP POD 40c G2.
Optional features specifications
Feature
Specification
Fire suppression
3M Novec 1230 fire extinguishing system provided in two canisters (main and reserve)
Card reader
12-key pad with 125 KHz proximity and 13.56 MHz contactless smart card
Humidifier
Provides 2-8 lb/hr of water vapor into cold aisle to maintain POD environment within 20%
to 80% relative humidity
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Contacting HP
Before you contact HP
Be sure to have the following information available before you call HP:
•
Active Health System log
Download and have available an Active Health System log for 3 days before the failure was detected.
For more information, see the HP iLO 4 User Guide or HP Intelligent Provisioning User Guide on the HP
website (http://www.hp.com/go/ilo/docs).
•
Onboard Administrator SHOW ALL report (for HP BladeSystem products only)
For more information on obtaining the Onboard Administrator SHOW ALL report, see the HP website
(http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&objectID=c
02843807).
•
Technical support registration number (if applicable)
•
Product serial number
•
Product model name and number
•
Product identification number
•
Applicable error messages
•
Add-on boards or hardware
•
Third-party hardware or software
•
Operating system type and revision level
HP contact information
For United States and worldwide contact information, see the Contact HP website
(http://www.hp.com/go/assistance).
In the United States:
•
To contact HP by phone, call 1-800-334-5144. For continuous quality improvement, calls may be
recorded or monitored.
•
If you have purchased a Care Pack (service upgrade), see the Support & Drivers website
(http://www8.hp.com/us/en/support-drivers.html). If the problem cannot be resolved at the website,
call 1-800-633-3600. For more information about Care Packs, see the HP website
(http://pro-aq-sama.houston.hp.com/services/cache/10950-0-0-225-121.html).
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Regulatory compliance notices
HP POD 40c G2 regulatory compliance
The HP POD 40c G2 complies with the following regulatory standards.
Standard
Certification level
Standard title
UL 60950
ETL "Listed"
•
•
UL 60950—Standard for Safety Information Technology
Equipment, Part 1: General Requirements, Issue: 2007/03/27,
Edition: 2
UL 60950—Standard for Safety Information Technology
Equipment, Part 22: Equipment to be Installed Outdoors, Issue:
2007/04/23, Edition: 1
NFPA 70
ETL "Classified"
NFPA 70—National Electric Code, 2008 Edition, © 2008 National
Fire Protection Association
NFPA 72
Designed to Comply
With
National Fire Alarm code, 2007 Edition, © 2006 National Fire
Protection Association
NFPA 2001 Designed to Comply
With
IBC 2009
Designed to Comply
With
NFPA 2001, Standard on Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing Systems,
2008 Edition, © 2008 National Fire Protection Association
2009 International Building Code, © 2010 International Code
Council, Inc.
Safety and NEC compliance
The HP POD 40c G2 is certified to UL 69050-1/IEC 60950-22 as a Modular Data Center Information
Technology Product and classified according to the National Electric Code NFPA 70 in accordance with
NEC (NA) and IEC (EMEA and APJ). Relevant parts of UL1995 are applied to the air handling features of the
product. For more information, see "HP POD 40c G2 regulatory compliance (on page 74)."
The HP POD 40c G2 is not suitable for long-term human occupancy. The HP POD 40c G2 has service access
areas for periodic maintenance and service. These areas must be used only by owner-authorized personnel
who are trained in the maintenance and service of the HP POD 40c G2 components.
IMPORTANT: Before installing the HP POD 40c G2, consult your local AHJ for applicable codes
and to review site-specific location guidelines. If needed, obtain any necessary permits.
Additional considerations for safety and NEC compliance are as follows:
•
The HP POD 40c G2 is listed as an Information Technology Equipment Product to UL 60950.
•
The HP POD 40c G2 is evaluated as a "non-inhabitable product" that provides "service access" areas
for customer-authorized, qualified, and trained service personnel.
•
The electrical connections of the HP POD 40c G2 are evaluated as feeder connections for connection
to an existing facility, and are not suitable as "service entrance" for connection to the utility.
•
The HP POD 40c G2 is designed for stationary installation outdoors in a Pollution Degree 3
environment, in restricted access locations, with field wiring terminals provided for permanent supply
connections.
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•
The HP POD 40c G2 meets the following ratings:
Feature
Specification
Category
Rated Overvoltage Category III
Protection
Surge protection device
Class
Class1
Ambient temperature
2°C to 54°C (35.6°F to 129.2°F)
Relative humidity
0% to 100% humidity
•
As part of the overall certification, relevant sections of the International Building Code have been
applied as part of the design and evaluation. The current design supports wind loads up to 90 mph.
Regulatory compliance identification numbers
For the purpose of regulatory compliance certifications and identification, this product has been assigned a
unique regulatory model number. The regulatory model number can be found on the product nameplate
label, along with all required approval markings and information. When requesting compliance information
for this product, always refer to this regulatory model number. The regulatory model number is not the
marketing name or model number of the product.
Federal Communications Commission notice
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses,
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area
is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at
personal expense.
Modifications
The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications made to this device that are not
expressly approved by Hewlett-Packard Company may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Cables
Connections to this device must be made with shielded cables with metallic RFI/EMI connector hoods in
order to maintain compliance with FCC Rules and Regulations.
Canadian notice (Avis Canadien)
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment
Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur
du Canada.
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Regulatory requirements for EXIT signs
Manufacturers of tritium EXIT signs are “specific licensees,” meaning they are licensed by the NRC or an
Agreement State. The signs are considered “generally licensed devices,” because they are inherently safe
enough to be handled or used by anyone with no radiation training or experience. Although purchasers –
known as “general licensees” – do not need authorization from the NRC or a state regulatory agency to
possess the signs, they are subject to certain regulatory requirements regarding handling, transfer or disposal
of the signs. For more information, see the NRC website
(http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/doc-collections/fact-sheets/fs-tritium.html#_edn2). They are also subject
to NRC or Agreement State inspection and enforcement action (including fines) for violating those
requirements. Manufacturers must inform purchasers of the EXIT signs of the regulatory requirements for
generally licensed devices. The general licensee is required to designate an individual responsible for
complying with the regulatory requirements.
Under NRC regulations, a general licensee using tritium EXIT signs:
•
must NOT remove the labeling or radioactive symbol, or abandon a sign;
•
must properly dispose of an unused sign (see below);
•
must report to the NRC or the appropriate Agreement State any lost, stolen or broken signs;
•
must inform the NRC or an Agreement State of a name change, change of address or replacement of
a general licensee’s designated representative;
•
must NOT give away or sell the sign to another individual, company or institution unless the device is
to remain in use at its original intended location; in such a case, the transferor is to notify the recipient
of the regulatory requirements and must notify the NRC or Agreement State of the transfer within 30
days.
Tritium EXIT signs must NOT be disposed of as normal trash. To dispose of a sign properly, a general licensee
must transfer the sign to a specific licensee. This would typically be a manufacturer, distributor, licensed
radioactive waste broker, or a licensed low-level radioactive waste disposal facility. These facilities may
charge a fee for this service.
Within 30 days of disposing of a sign, the general licensee is required to file a report to the NRC or
Agreement State that includes:
•
the device manufacturer’s (or distributor’s) name, model number and serial number;
•
the name, address, and license number of the person receiving the device; and
•
the date of the transfer.
Reports should be sent to Director, Office of Federal and State Materials and Environmental Management
Programs, ATTN: GLTS, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, D.C. 20555-0001.
For more information, see the Fact Sheet on Tritium EXIT Signs on the NRC website
(http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/doc-collections/fact-sheets/fs-tritium.html).
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Glossary
branch circuit
The conductors and components following the last overcurrent protective device protecting a load.
control transformer
A transformer whose secondary supplies power to control circuit devices only (excluding loads).
cover
An unhinged portion of an enclosure that covers an opening.
CSC
container safety convention
disconnect switch
A device that disconnects all ungrounded conductors of a circuit from their electrical supply.
door
A hinged portion of an enclosure that covers an opening.
ECS
environmental control system
EPO
emergency power off
equipment
A general term, including fittings, devices, appliances, luminaires, apparatus, machinery, and the like used
as a part of, or in connection with, a modular data center. (Source: NEC.)
fuse, branch circuit type
A fuse of Class CC, G, H, J, K, L, R, and T. These fuses are able to provide branch circuit protection.
fuse, supplementary type
Miscellaneous type and miniature type fuses. These fuses are able to provide supplementary protection only.
IEC
International Electrotechnical Commission
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PDU
power distribution unit
PLC
programmable logic controller
power circuit
Conductors and components of branch and feeder circuits.
PPE
personal protective equipment
RU
rack units
structure
Enclosure of sufficient size to enable entry of personnel.
supplementary protector
A manually resettable device designed to open the circuit automatically on a predetermined value of time
versus current or voltage within an appliance or other electrical equipment. The protector can also be
provided manually to open or close the circuit. These devices can provide supplementary protection only.
UL
Underwriters Laboratory
UPS
uninterruptible power system
VESDA
very early smoke detection apparatus
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Documentation feedback
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send any errors, suggestions, or comments to Documentation Feedback (mailto:docsfeedback@hp.com).
Include the document title and part number, version number, or the URL when submitting your feedback.
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Index
A
air filter, removing 16
air filter, replacing 17
air filters 16
authorized reseller 73
B
before you contact HP 73
busway drop box, removing 18
busway drop box, replacing 19
busway drop boxes 18
C
cable shielding 75
cables 75
cables, FCC compliance 75
Canadian notices 75
chilled water flow actuator, removing 33
chilled water flow actuator, replacing 35
chilled water flow actuators 33
chilled water flow valve, removing 36
chilled water flow valve, replacing 36
chilled water flow valves 35
compliance 74
components 6, 15
components, identification 6
components, mechanical 6
components, system 6
contact information 73
contacting HP 73
cooling system components 11
cooling system maintenance 63
customer self repair (CSR) 73
D
differential pressure sensor, removing 21
differential pressure sensor, replacing 21
differential pressure sensors 20
disposal, waste 76
documentation 79
documentation feedback 79
door contact, removing 22
door contact, replacing 22
door contacts 22
downloading files 73
drain pan sensor, removing 23
drain pan sensor, replacing 24
drain pan sensors 23
drains 65
drop box, removing 18
drop box, replacing 19
drop boxes 18
E
ECS components 65
ECS touchscreen 26
ECS touchscreen, removing 26
ECS touchscreen, replacing 27
electrical 65
electrical panels 10
electrical specifications 70
emergency components 7
environmental specifications 71
EPO button, removing 28
EPO button, replacing 29
EPO buttons 27
EPO indicator, removing 30
EPO indicator, replacing 31
EPO indicators 30
EPO thermister, removing 32
EPO thermister, replacing 32
EPO thermisters 32
EXIT signs 76
F
fan banks 40
fan banks, removing 40
fan banks, replacing 41
fan filter, removing 16
fan filter, replacing 17
fan filters 16
fans 38
fans, removing 38
fans, replacing 39
Index
80
FCC (Federal Communications Commission)
notice 75
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
notice 75
filter 16, 60
fire safety system 67
fire strobe light, removing 42
fire strobe light, replacing 43
fire strobe lights 42
fire suppression 15, 67
G
general specifications 70
generator 67
H
help resources 73
HP contact information 73
HP POD 40c G2 racks 11
HP technical support 73
HP website 73
HP, contacting 73
humidifier 43
humidifier, removing 44
humidifier, replacing 46
humidistat 47
humidistat, removing 47
humidistat, replacing 48
humidity sensor 50
humidity sensor, removing 50
humidity sensor, replacing 52
N
notices 74
O
operator safety 15
options 72
P
part numbers 6, 12
periodic maintenance 63
phone numbers 73
power feeders 9
pressure gauge isolation valve 37
pressure gauge isolation valve, removing 37
pressure gauge isolation valve, replacing 37
pressure sensor, removing 21
pressure sensor, replacing 21
pressure sensors 20
R
rack specifications 71
radioactive material 76
regulatory compliance identification numbers 75
regulatory compliance notices 74
regulatory compliance, HP POD 40c G2 74
removal and replacement procedures 15
replaceable spare parts 12
replacement procedures 15
required information 73
required tools 15
I
S
identification number 75
illustrated parts catalog 6
safety considerations 15
safety information 15
safety, operator 15
security 68
sensors, drain pan 23
sensors, humidity 50
sensors, pressure 20
sensors, temperature 55, 57
series number 75
spare part numbers 12
specifications 70
specifications, electrical 70
specifications, environmental 70, 71
specifications, option 72
specifications, rack 71
specifications, water 71
L
leak detection 64
life safety components 7
life safety maintenance 68
light, removing 53
light, replacing 54
lighting 53
M
maintenance guidelines 63
mechanical components 6
modifications, FCC notice 75
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standards 74
structural components 6
structure maintenance 68
switchgear maintenance 69
T
technical support 73
telephone numbers 73
temperature sensor 55, 57
temperature sensor, removing 55, 58
temperature sensor, replacing 56, 59
thermal air flow performance 71
thermister, removing 32
thermister, replacing 32
thermisters 32
third-party components 69
U
UPS maintenance 69
V
VESDA filter 60
VESDA filter, removing 61
VESDA filter, replacing 61
W
water specifications 71
website, HP 73
work space, lighting 53
Index
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