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SUPER
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SC846 CHASSIS SERIES
SC846TQ-900B
USER’S MANUAL
1.0
846 Chassis Manual
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Preface
Preface
About This Manual
This manual is written for professional system integrators and PC technicians. It
provides information for the installation and use of the SC846 chassis. Installation
and maintenance should be performed by experienced technicians only.
This document lists compatible parts available when this document was published.
Always refer to the our Web site for updates on supported parts and configurations.
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Manual Organization
Chapter 1: Introduction
The first chapter provides a checklist of the main components included with this
chassis and describes the main features of the SC846 chassis. This chapter also
includes contact information.
Chapter 2: System Safety
This chapter lists warnings, precautions, and system safety. It recommended that
you thoroughly familiarize yourself installing and servicing this chassis safety precautions.
Chapter 3: Chassis Components
Refer here for details on this chassis model including the fans, bays, airflow shields,
and other components.
Chapter 4: System Interface
Refer to this chapter for details on the system interface, which includes the functions
and information provided by the control panel on the chassis as well as other LEDs
located throughout the system.
Chapter 5: Chassis Setup and Installation
Follow the procedures given in this chapter when installing, removing, or
reconfiguring your chassis.
Chapter 6: Rack Installation
Refer to this chapter for detailed information on chassis rack installation. You should
follow the procedures given in this chapter when installing, removing or reconfiguring
your chassis into a rack environment.
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Backplane Specifications
This section lists compatible cables, power supply specifications, and compatible
backplanes. Not all compatible backplanes are listed. Refer to our Web site for the
latest compatible backplane information.
Appendix A: Hardware
This section provides information on cabling, and other hardware which is compatible with your chassis. For complete information on supported cables and hardware,
refer to the Supermico Web site at www.supermicro.com.
Appendix B: Power Supply Specifications
This chapter lists the specifications of the power supply provided with your chassis. For additional information, refer to the Supermicro website at www.supermicro.
com.
Appendix C: Backplane Specifications
This section contains detailed specifications on the backplane for your chassis
system. Additional information can be found on the Supermicro Web site at www.
supermicro.com.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
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1-2
Overview ......................................................................................................... 1-1
Shipping List.................................................................................................... 1-1
Part Numbers .................................................................................................. 1-1
1-3
Where to get Replacement Components........................................................ 1-2
1-4
Contacting Supermicro .................................................................................... 1-3
Chapter 2 System Safety
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Overview ......................................................................................................... 2-1
2-2
Warnings and Precautions .............................................................................. 2-1
2-3
Preparing for Setup ......................................................................................... 2-1
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Electrical Safety Precautions .......................................................................... 2-1
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General Safety Precautions ............................................................................ 2-3
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System Safety ................................................................................................. 2-3
Chapter 3 System Interface
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Overview ......................................................................................................... 3-1
3-2
Control Panel Buttons ..................................................................................... 3-2
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Control Panel LEDs ........................................................................................ 3-2
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Drive Carrier LEDs .......................................................................................... 3-4
SAS/SATA Drives ............................................................................................ 3-4
SCSI Drives..................................................................................................... 3-4
Chapter 4 Chassis Setup and Maintenance
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Overview ......................................................................................................... 4-1
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Installation Step 1: Remove the Chassis Cover ............................................. 4-2
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Installation Step 2: Install Hard Drives ........................................................... 4-4
To Remove the Chassis Cover: ...................................................................... 4-2
To Remove Hard Drive Trays from the Chassis ............................................. 4-4
To Install a Hard Drive to the Hard Drive Tray ............................................... 4-5
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Installation Step 4: Installing the Motherboard ............................................... 4-7
I/O Shield ........................................................................................................ 4-7
To Install the I/O Shield:.................................................................................. 4-7
Permanent and Optional Standoffs ................................................................. 4-8
To Install the Motherboard: ............................................................................. 4-8
Add-on Card/Expansion Slot Setup .............................................................. 4-10
To Install Add-on and Expansion Cards in SC846 Chassis: ........................ 4-10
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Installation Step 5: Installing the Air Shroud ..................................................4-11
To Install the Air Shroud.................................................................................4-11
To Check the Server's Air Flow..................................................................... 4-12
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System Fans ................................................................................................. 4-13
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Power Supply ............................................................................................... 4-15
To Change the Power Supply: ...................................................................... 4-16
To Change the Power Distributor .................................................................. 4-18
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Changing the CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, or floppy drive and HDD trays ........... 4-20
Chapter 5 Rack Installation
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Overview ......................................................................................................... 5-1
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Unpacking the System .................................................................................... 5-1
5-3
Preparing for Setup ......................................................................................... 5-1
Choosing a Setup Location ............................................................................. 5-1
Rack Precautions ............................................................................................ 5-2
General Server Precautions ............................................................................ 5-2
Rack Mounting Considerations ....................................................................... 5-3
Ambient Operating Temperature ................................................................ 5-3
Reduced Airflow ......................................................................................... 5-3
Mechanical Loading ................................................................................... 5-3
Circuit Overloading ..................................................................................... 5-3
Reliable Ground ......................................................................................... 5-3
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Rack Mounting Instructions ............................................................................. 5-4
Rack Rails Assembly ...................................................................................... 5-4
Identifying the Inner Rack Rails ................................................................. 5-4
To Install the Inner Rails ............................................................................ 5-5
To Install the Outer Rails to the Rack ........................................................ 5-6
To Install the Chassis into a Rack: ............................................................ 5-8
Appendix A Hardware
Appendix B SC846 Power Supply Specifications
Appendix C BPN-SAS-846TQ Backplane Specifications
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Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 1
Introduction
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Overview
Supermicro’s SC846 4U chassis features a unique and highly-optimized design.
The chassis is equipped with high efficiency power supply. High performance fans
provide ample optimized cooling for FB-DIMM memory modules and twenty-four
hot-swap drive bays offer maximum storage capacity.
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Shipping List
Part Numbers
Please visit the following link for the latest shiping lists and part numbers for your
particular chassis model http://www.supermicro.com/
SC846 Chassis
Model
SC846STQ-R900B
CPU
HDD
I/O Slots
Power
Supply
DP Xeon
24x SAS/
SATA
7x FF
900W
(Redundant)
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Where to get Replacement Components
Though not frequently, you may need replacement parts for your system. To ensure the highest level of professional service and technical support, we strongly
recommend purchasing exclusively from our Supermicro Authorized Distributors /
System Integrators / Resellers. A list of Supermicro Authorized Distributors / System
Integrators /Reseller can be found at: http://www.supermicro.com. Click the Where
to Buy link.
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Contacting Supermicro
Headquarters
Address:
Super Micro Computer, Inc.
980 Rock Ave.
San Jose, CA 95131 U.S.A.
Tel:
+1 (408) 503-8000
Fax:
+1 (408) 503-8008
Email:
[email protected] (General Information)
[email protected] (Technical Support)
Web Site:
www.supermicro.com
Europe
Address:
Super Micro Computer B.V.
Het Sterrenbeeld 28, 5215 ML
's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands
Tel:
+31 (0) 73-6400390
Fax:
+31 (0) 73-6416525
Email:
[email protected] (General Information)
[email protected] (Technical Support)
[email protected] (Customer Support)
Asia-Pacific
Address:
Super Micro Computer, Taiwan
4F, No. 232-1, Liancheng Rd.
Chung-Ho 235, Taipei County
Taiwan, R.O.C.
Tel:
+886-(2) 8226-3990
Fax:
+886-(2) 8226-3991
Web Site:
www.supermicro.com.tw
Technical Support:
Email:
[email protected]
Tel:
886-2-8228-1366, ext.132 or 139
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Chapter 2: System Safety
Chapter 2
System Safety
2-1
Overview
This chapter provides a quick setup checklist to get your chassis up and running.
Following the steps in order given should enable you to have your chassis setup and
operational within a minimal amount of time. This quick set up assumes that you are
an experienced technician, famailiar with common concepts and terminology.
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Warnings and Precautions
You should inspect the box the chassis was shipped in and note if it was damaged
in any way. If the chassis itself shows damage, file a damage claim with carrier
who delivered your system.
Decide on a suitable location for the rack unit that will hold that chassis. It should
be situated in a clean, dust-free area that is well venilated. Avoid areas where heat,
electrical noise and eletromagnetic fields are generated.
You will also need it placed near at least one grounded power outlet. When configured, the SC846 chassis includes one power supply. "R" models (i.e. SC846SR650V Chassis) include a redundant power supply and require two grounded
outlets.
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Preparing for Setup
The SC846 Chassis includes a set of rail assemblies, including mounting brackets
and mounting screws you will need to install the systems into the rack. Please read
this manual in its entirety before you begin the installation procedure.
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Electrical Safety Precautions
Basic electrical safety precautions should be followed to protect yourself from harm
and the SC846 from damage:
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Be aware of the locations of the power on/off switch on the chassis as well
as the room’s emergency power-off switch, disconnection switch or electrical
outlet. If an electrical accident occurs, you can then quickly remove power from
the system.
Do not work alone when working with high voltage components.
Power should always be disconnected from the system when removing or installing main system components, such as the serverboard, memory modules
and the DVD-ROM and floppy drives (not necessary for hot swappable drives).
When disconnecting power, you should first power down the system with the
operating system and then unplug the power cords from all the power supply
modules in the system.
When working around exposed electrical circuits, another person who is familiar with the power-off controls should be nearby to switch off the power, if
necessary.
Use only one hand when working with powered-on electrical equipment. This
is to avoid making a complete circuit, which will cause electrical shock. Use
extreme caution when using metal tools, which can easily damage any electrical
components or circuit boards they come into contact with.
Do not use mats designed to decrease electrostatic discharge as protection from
electrical shock. Instead, use rubber mats that have been specifically designed
as electrical insulators.
The power supply power cord must include a grounding plug and must be
plugged into grounded electrical outlets.
Serverboard Battery: CAUTION - There is a danger of explosion if the onboard
battery is installed upside down, which will reverse its polarities This battery
must be replaced only with the same or an equivalent type recommended by
the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s
instructions.
DVD-ROM Laser: CAUTION - this server may have come equipped with a
DVD-ROM drive. To prevent direct exposure to the laser beam and hazardous
radiation exposure, do not open the enclosure or use the unit in any unconventional way.
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General Safety Precautions
Keep the area around the chassis clean and free of clutter.
Place the chassis top cover and any system components that have been removed away from the system or on a table so that they won’t accidentally be
stepped on.
While working on the system, do not wear loose clothing such as neckties and
unbuttoned shirt sleeves, which can come into contact with electrical circuits or
be pulled into a cooling fan.
Remove any jewelry or metal objects from your body, which are excellent metal
conductors that can create short circuits and harm you if they come into contact
with printed circuit boards or areas where power is present.
After accessing the inside of the system, close the system back up and secure
it to the rack unit with the retention screws after ensuring that all connections
have been made.
System Safety
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) is generated by two objects with different electrical
charges coming into contact with each other. An electrical discharge is created to
neutralize this difference, which can damage electronic components and printed
circuit boards. The following measures are generally sufficient to neutralize this
difference before contact is made to protect your equipment from ESD:
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Do not use mats designed to decrease electrostatic discharge as protection from
electrical shock. Instead, use rubber mats that have been specifically designed
as electrical insulators.
Use a grounded wrist strap designed to prevent static discharge.
Keep all components and printed circuit boards (PCBs) in their antistatic bags
until ready for use.
Touch a grounded metal object before removing any board from its antistatic
bag.
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Do not let components or PCBs come into contact with your clothing, which may
retain a charge even if you are wearing a wrist strap.
Handle a board by its edges only; do not touch its components, peripheral chips,
memory modules or contacts.
When handling chips or modules, avoid touching their pins.
Put the serverboard and peripherals back into their antistatic bags when not
in use.
For grounding purposes, make sure your computer chassis provides excellent
conductivity between the power supply, the case, the mounting fasteners and
the serverboard.
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Chapter 3: System Interface
Chapter 3
System Interface
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Overview
There are several LEDs on the control panel as well as others on the drive carriers
to keep you constantly informed of the overall status of the system as well as the
activity and health of specific components. Most SC846 models are two buttons
on the chassis control panel: a reset button and an on/off switch. This chapter explains the meanings of all LED indicators and the appropriate response you may
need to take.
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Control Panel Buttons
There are two push-buttons located on the front of the chassis. These are (in order
from left to right) a reset button and a power on/off button.
Reset: The reset button is used to reboot the system.
Power: The main power button is used to apply or remove power from the power
supply to the server system. Turning off system power with this button removes
the main power but keeps standby power supplied to the system. Therefore, you
must unplug system before servicing.
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Control Panel LEDs
The control panel located on the front of the SC846 chassis has five LEDs. These
LEDs provide you with critical information related to different parts of the system.
This section explains what each LED indicates when illuminated and any corrective
action you may need to take.
Overheat/Fan Fail: When this LED flashes, it indicates a fan failure. When continuously on (not flashing) it indicates an overheat condition, which may be caused
by cables obstructing the airflow in the system or the ambient room temperature
being too warm. Check the routing of the cables and make sure all fans are present and operating normally. You should also check to make sure that the chassis
covers are installed. Finally, verify that the heatsinks are installed properly. This
LED will remain flashing or on as long as the overheat condition exists.
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NIC2: Indicates network activity on GLAN2 when flashing.
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NIC1: Indicates network activity on GLAN1 when flashing.
HDD: Indicates IDE channel activity. SAS/SATA drive, SCSI drive, and/or DVDROM drive activity when flashing.
Power: Indicates power is being supplied to the system's power supply units. This
LED should normally be illuminated when the system is operating.
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Drive Carrier LEDs
Your chassis uses SAS/SATA or SCSI drives, but not both.
SAS/SATA Drives
Each SAS/SATA drive carrier has two LEDs.
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Green: Each Serial ATA drive carrier has a green LED. When illuminated, this
green LED (on the front of the SATA drive carrier) indicates drive activity. A
connection to the SATA backplane enables this LED to blink on and off when
that particular drive is being accessed.
Red: The red LED to indicate an SAS/SATA drive failure. If one of the SAS/SATA
drives fail, you should be notified by your system management software.
SCSI Drives
Each SCSI drive carrier has two LEDs.
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Green: When illuminated, the green LED on the front of the SCSI drive carrier
indicates drive activity. A connection to the SCSI SCA backplane enables this
LED to blink on and off when that particular drive is being accessed.
Red: The SAF-TE compliant backplane activates the red LED to indicate a drive
failure. If one of the SCSI drives fail, you should be notified by your system
management software.
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Chapter 4: Chassis Setup and Maintenance
Chapter 4
Chassis Setup and Maintenance
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Overview
This chapter covers the steps required to install components and perform maintenance on the chassis. The only tool you will need to install components and perform
maintenance is a Phillips screwdriver. Print this chapter to use as a reference while
setting up your chassis.
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Review the warnings and precautions listed in the manual before
setting up or servicing this chassis. These include information in
Chapter 2: System Safety and the warning/precautions listed in
the setup instructions.
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Installation Step 1: Remove the Chassis Cover
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Remove this screw
(if necessary)
Release Tab
Figure 4-1: Removing the Chassis Cover
To Remove the Chassis Cover:
1. Press the release tabs to remove the cover from the locked position. Press
both tabs at the same time.
2. Once the top cover is released from the locked position, slide the cover
toward the rear of the chassis.
3. Lift the cover off the chassis.
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Warning: Except for short periods of time, do NOT operate the
server without the cover in place. The chassis cover must be in
place to allow proper airflow and prevent overheating.
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Figure 4-2: Chassis Cover Removed
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Installation Step 2: Install Hard Drives
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Figure 4-3: Removing Hard Drive
To Remove Hard Drive Trays from the Chassis
1. Press the release button on the drive tray. This extends the drive bay handle.
2. Use the handle to pull the drive out of the chassis.
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Dummy Drive
Drive Tray
Figure 4-4A: Chassis Drive Tray
The drives are mounted in drive trays to simplify their installation and removal from
the chassis. These trays also help promote proper airflow for the drive bays.
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Warning: Except for short periods of time (swapping hard drives),
do not operate the server with the hard drives empty.
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Figure 4-4B: Removing Dummy Drive from Tray
To Install a Hard Drive to the Hard Drive Tray
1. Remove the two screws securing the dummy drive to the drive tray and
remove the dummy drive.Place the hard drive tray on a flat surface such as a
desk, table or work bench.
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SAS/SATA or SCSI
Hard Drive
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Drive Tray
Figure 4-5: Removing Hard Drive
2. Slide the hard drive into the tray with the printed circuit board side facing
down.
3. Carefully align the mounting holes in both the drive tray and the hard drive.
4. Secure the hard drive to the tray using six screws.
5. Replace the drive tray into the chassis. Make sure to close the drive tray
handle to lock the drive tray into place.
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Figure 4-6: Removing Hard Drive
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Installation Step 4: Installing the Motherboard
I/O Shield
Figure 4-7: I/O Shield Placement
I/O Shield
The I/O shield holds the motherboard ports in place. Install the I/O shield before
you install the motherboard.
To Install the I/O Shield:
1. Review the documentation that came with your motherboard. Become familiar
with component placement, requirements, and precautions.
2. Open the chassis cover.
3. With the illustrations facing the outside of the chassis, place the shield into
the space provided.
4. Once installed, the motherboard will hold the I/O shield in place.
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Pan head
Flat head
[0.197]
[0.197]
Round hea
M2.6 x 5 m
[0.197]
Round head
M3 x 5 mm
[0.197]
6-32 x 5 mm
6-32 Standoffs
x 5 mm
Permanent and Optional
Standoffs prevent short circuits byRAIL
securing space between the motherboard and
the chassis surface. The SC846 chassis includes permanent standoffs in locations
used by most motherboards. These standoffs accept the rounded Phillips head
screws included in the SC846 accessories packaging.
Flat head
Round head
Flat head
Some motherboards require additional
M4 xscrews
4 mm for heatsinks,
M4 xgeneral
4 mm components
M5 x 12 mm[0.472]
[0.157]
[0.157]to these motherand/or non-standard security. Optional
standoffs are included
Washer for M5
boards. To use an optional standoff, you must place the hexagonal screw through
M/B STANDOFFS
the bottom the chassis and secure the screw with the hexagon nut (rounded side
up).
M/B standoff
6-32 to 6-32
M/B (CPU)
standoff
M5 to 6-32
Figure 4-8: Chassis Standoffs
Thumb screw
6-32 x 5 mm
[0.197]
To Install the Motherboard:
1. Review the documentation that came with your motherboard. Become familiar
with component placement, requirements, precautions, and cable connections.
2. Open the chassis cover.
3. As required by your motherboard, install standoffs in any areas that do not
have a permanent standoff. To do this:
A. Place a hexagonal standoff screw through the bottom the chassis.
B. Secure the screw with the hexagon nut (rounded side up).
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1/U M/B stand
6-32 x 5 mm
[0.197]
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Figure 4-9: Motherboard Installation
4. Lay the motherboard on the chassis aligning the permanent and optional
standoffs
5. Secure the motherboard to the chassis using the rounded, Phillips head
screws.
6. Secure the CPU(s), heatsinks, and other components to the motherboard as
described in the motherboard documentation.
7. Connect the cables between the motherboard, backplane, chassis, front panel,
and power supply, as needed. Also, the fans may be temporarily removed to
allow access to the backplane ports.
Figure 4-10: Secure the Motherboard to the Chassis
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Add-on Card/Expansion Slot Setup
Your SC846 chassis includes I/O slots for add-on cards and expansion cards.
Add-on/Expansion
Card Slots
Figure 4-11: Installing Add-on and Expansion Cards
The SC846 chassis includes slots for add-on cards and expansion cards.
To Install Add-on and Expansion Cards in SC846 Chassis:
1. Disconnect the power supply, lay the chassis on a flat surface, and open the
chassis cover.
2. Remove the screw holding the cover in place for each add-on/expansion card
slot you want to use. Keep this screw for later use.
3. Connect the add-on cards and/or expansion cards to the mother board.
4. Secure each card to the chassis using the card's L bracket and the previously
removed screw.
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Installation Step 5: Installing the Air Shroud
Figure 4-12: Air Shroud for SC846LP Chassis
Air shrouds concentrate airflow to maximize fan efficiency. The SC846 chassis air
shroud does not require screws to set up.
To Install the Air Shroud
1. Confirm that your air shroud matches your chassis model. Each shroud is
labeled SC846LP, SC846RC, or SC846U,
2. Place air shroud in the chassis. The air shroud fits behind the two fans closest to the power supply.
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To Check the Server's Air Flow
1. Make sure there are no objects to obstruct airflow in and out of the server. In
addition, if you are using a front bezel, make sure the bezel's filter is replaced
periodically.
2. Do not operate the server without drives or drive trays in the drive bays. Use
only recommended server parts.
3. Make sure no wires or foreign objects obstruct air flow through the chassis. Pull
all excess cabling out of the airflow path or use shorter cables.
The control panel LEDs inform you of system status. See “Chapter 3: System
Interface” for details on the LEDs and the control panel buttons.
Installation Complete
In most cases, the chassis power supply and fans are pre-installed. If you need to
install fans continue to the Systems Fan section of this chapter. If the chassis will be
installed into a rack, continue to the next chapter for rack installation instructions.
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System Fans
Three heavy duty fans provide cooling for the chassis. These fans circulate air
through the chassis as a means of lowering the chassis internal temperature.
Release Tab
Release Tab
Figure 4-13: Front System Fan
Figure 4-14: Rear System Fan
Replacing a System Fan
1. If necessary, open the chassis while the power is running to determine which
fan has failed. (Never run the server for an extended period of time with the
chassis open.)
2. Turn off the power to the system and unplug the system from the outlet.
3. Remove the failed fan's power cord from the serverboard.
4. Press the fan release tab to lift the failed fan from the chassis and pull it completely from the chassis.
5. Place the new fan into the vacant space in the housing while making sure the
arrows on the top of the fan (indicating air direction) point in the same direction
as the arrows on the other fans.
6. Power up the system and check that the fan is working properly before replacing the chassis cover.
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Figure 4-15: Placing the Front System Fan
Figure 4-16: Placing the Rear System Fan
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Power Supply
The SC846 Chassis has a 900 watt, high-efficiency redundant power supply. This
power supply is auto-switching capable. This enables it to automatically sense and
operate at a 100v to 240v input voltage. An amber light will be illuminated on the
power supply when the power is off. An illuminated green light indicates that the
power supply is operating.
Power supplies can be changed without powering down the system.
New units can be ordered directly from Supermicro (see contact information in the
Preface).
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Release Tab
Figure 4-17: Power Supply Release Tab
To Change the Power Supply:
•
1. If your chassis includes a redundant power supply (at least two power modules), you can leave the server running and remove only one power supply. If
your server has only one power supply, you must power down the server and
unplug the power cord.
2. Push the release tab (on the back of the power supply) as illustrated.
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Figure 4-18: Removing the Power Supply
3. Pull the power supply out using the handle provided.
4. Change the failed power module with the same model.
5. Push the new power supply module into the power bay until you hear a click.
6. Plug the AC power cord back into the module and power up the server.
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To Change the Power Distributor
Server chassis above 2U require a power distributor. The power distributor provides
failover and power supply redundancy. In the unlikely event you must change the
power distributor, do following:
1. Power down the server and remove the plug from the wall socket or power
strip.
2. Remove all cable connections to the power supply from the motherboard,
backplane, and other components. Also, remove both power supplies.
3. Locate the power distributor between the power supply and the fan row.
Power
Distributor
Cover
Power Supply
Power
Distributor
Board,
Mounted in
the tray on the
chassis wall
Fan Row
Figure 4-19: Removing the Power Distributor Cover
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Chapter 4: Chassis Setup and Maintenance
4. Remove the two screws securing the power distributor housing to the chassis
wall
5. Remove the three screws securing the power distributor to the housing.
6. Gently pull the power distributor and houseing from the chassis. Carefully
guide all the cables through the power distributor housing.
7. Remove the power distributor from the housing.
8. Slide the new power distributor module into the power distributor housing.
Make that you slide the cables through the bottom of the housing.
Figure 4-20: Removing the Power Distributor and Housing
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4-8 Changing the CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, or floppy drive
and HDD trays
1. Power down and unplug the system from the outlet.
2. Remove the chassis cover.
3. Disconnect the power and data cables from the drive to other chassis components including the motherboard and backplane.
Unscrew the four screws (6-32) holding the drive into the HDD tray.and set them
aside. These will be needed later to mount the replacement drive into the HDD tray.
Figure 4-20: Remove Screws from Drive and HDD Tray
Note the locations of the CD-ROM and DVD-ROM and the space for floppy
drives below. The following directions apply to either drive.
1. Carefully remove the drive from the HDD tray.
Additional
space for a
floppy drive
DVD Drive
and Tray
CD-ROM Drive
and Tray
Figure 4-21: Locations of the DVD, Floppy Drive, CD-ROM Drive and Trays
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Figure 4-21: HDD Tray
2. If necessary, also unscrew the four screws and mylar washers holding the
Figure 4-22: Remove the HDD Tray
drive tray to the chassis, and set them aside for later use when mounting the
replacement HDD tray.
3. Remove the drive tray from the chassis.
4. Install the replacement HDD tray into the replacement drive tray using the
four screws previously set aside. Lower the replacement drive and tray into
the chassis, carefully aligning the thru holes in the drive tray with the holes in
the chassis.
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Figure 4-23: Assemble the Replacement Drive and HDD Tray
5. Install the replacement drive into the replacement drive tray using the four
screws and mylar washers previously set aside.
6. Using the four drive tray screws previously put aside, install the replacement
drive and drive tray into the chassis.
Figure 4-24: Install the Replacement Drive and HDD Tray in the Chassis
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Chapter 5: Rack Installation
Chapter 5
Rack Installation
5-1
Overview
This chapter provides a quick setup checklist to get your chassis up and running.
Following these steps in the order given should enable you to have the system
operational within a minimum amount of time.
5-2
Unpacking the System
You should inspect the box the chassis was shipped in and note if it was damaged
in any way. If the chassis itself shows damage you should file a damage claim with
the carrier who delivered it.
Decide on a suitable location for the rack unit that will hold your chassis. It should
be situated in a clean, dust-free area that is well ventilated. Avoid areas where
heat, electrical noise and electromagnetic fields are generated. You will also need
it placed near a grounded power outlet. Be sure to read the Rack and Server Precautions in the next section.
5-3
Preparing for Setup
The box your chassis was shipped in should include two sets of rail assemblies,
two rail mounting brackets and the mounting screws you will need to install the
system into the rack. Please read this section in its entirety before you begin the
installation procedure outlined in the sections that follow.
Choosing a Setup Location
•
•
Leave enough clearance in front of the rack to enable you to open the front
door completely (~25 inches).
Leave approximately 30 inches of clearance in the back of the rack to allow for
sufficient airflow and ease in servicing.
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!
•
Warnings and Precautions!
!
This product is for installation only in a Restricted Access Location (dedicated
equipment rooms, service closets and the like).
Rack Precautions
•
Ensure that the leveling jacks on the bottom of the rack are fully extended to
the floor with the full weight of the rack resting on them.
•
In single rack installation, stabilizers should be attached to the rack.
•
In multiple rack installations, the racks should be coupled together.
•
•
Always make sure the rack is stable before extending a component from the
rack.
You should extend only one component at a time - extending two or more simultaneously may cause the rack to become unstable.
General Server Precautions
•
•
•
•
•
Review the electrical and general safety precautions that came with the components you are adding to your chassis.
Determine the placement of each component in the rack before you install the
rails.
Install the heaviest server components on the bottom of the rack first, and then
work up.
Use a regulating uninterruptible power supply (UPS) to protect the server from
power surges, voltage spikes and to keep your system operating in case of a
power failure.
Allow the hot plug hard drives and power supply modules to cool before touching them.
5-2
Chapter 5: Rack Installation
•
Always keep the rack's front door and all panels and components on the servers
closed when not servicing to maintain proper cooling.
Rack Mounting Considerations
Ambient Operating Temperature
If installed in a closed or multi-unit rack assembly, the ambient operating temperature of the rack environment may be greater than the ambient temperature of the
room. Therefore, consideration should be given to installing the equipment in an
environment compatible with the manufacturer’s maximum rated ambient temperature (Tmra).
Reduced Airflow
Equipment should be mounted into a rack so that the amount of airflow required
for safe operation is not compromised.
Mechanical Loading
Equipment should be mounted into a rack so that a hazardous condition does not
arise due to uneven mechanical loading.
Circuit Overloading
Consideration should be given to the connection of the equipment to the power
supply circuitry and the effect that any possible overloading of circuits might have
on overcurrent protection and power supply wiring. Appropriate consideration of
equipment nameplate ratings should be used when addressing this concern.
Reliable Ground
A reliable ground must be maintained at all times. To ensure this, the rack itself
should be grounded. Particular attention should be given to power supply connections other than the direct connections to the branch circuit (i.e. the use of power
strips, etc.).
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5-4
Rack Mounting Instructions
Rack Rails Assembly
This section provides information on installing the SC846 chassis into a rack unit
with the rails provided. There are a variety of rack units on the market, which may
mean that the assembly procedure will differ slightly. You should also refer to the
installation instructions that came with the rack unit you are using.
NOTE: This rail will fit a rack between 26" and 33.5" deep.
Identifying the Inner Rack Rails
The chassis package includes a rack rail assembly in the rack mounting kit. Each
assembly consists of an inner rail that secures to the chassis and an outer rail that
is attached directly to the rack.
Inner Rail Assembly
Figure 5-1: Identifying the Rack Rails
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Chapter 5: Rack Installation
2
1
3
Figure 5-2: Installing the Rails
To Install the Inner Rails
1. Place the inner rails on the side of the chassis aligning the hooks of the chassis with the inner rail holes. Make sure the rail faces "outward" so that it will
fit with the rack's mounting bracket.
2. Slide the rail toward the front of the chassis.
3. Secure the chassis with 4 screws as illustrated.
4. Repeat steps 1-3 for the other inner rack rail.
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Secure to the
Front of the Rack
Attach Outer Racks
Together
Secure to the
Rear of the Rack
Figure 5-3: Assembling the Outer Rails
To Install the Outer Rails to the Rack
1. Attach the short bracket to the outside of the long bracket. You must align the
pins with the slides. Also, both bracket ends must face the same direction.
2. Adjust both the short and long brackets to the proper distance so that the rail
fits snugly into the rack.
3. Secure the long bracket to the front side of the outer rail with two M5 screws
and the short bracket to the rear side of the outer rail with three M5 screws.
4. Repeat steps 1-4 for the left outer rail.
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Chapter 5: Rack Installation
3
3
2
Figure 5-4: Installing the Outer Rails to the Server Rack
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C
B
A
Figure 5-5: Installing the Rack Rails
To Install the Chassis into a Rack:
1. Confirm that chassis includes the inner rails (A) and rail extensions (B). Also,
confirm that the outer rails (C) are installed on the rack.
2. Line chassis rails (A and B) with the front of the rack rails (C).
3. Slide the chassis rails into the rack rails, keeping the pressure even on both
sides (you may have to depress the locking tabs when inserting). When the
server has been pushed completely into the rack, you should hear the locking
tabs "click".
4. (Optional) Insert and tightening the thumbscrews that hold the front of the
server to the rack.
5-8
Appendix A: Chassis Cables
Appendix A
Hardware
A-1 Overview
This appendix lists supported cables for your chassis system. It only includes the
most commonly used components and configurations. For more compatible cables,
refer to the manufacturer of the motherboard you are using and our Web site at:
www.supermicro.com.
A-2 Cables Included with SC846TQ Chassis (SAS/SATA)
SC846TQ-R900
Part #
Type
Length
Description
CBL-0157L
Cable
9"
8 pin to 8 pin ribbon cable for
SGPIO, PB free
CBL-0087
Ribbon,
Round
20"
16 pin to 16 pin ribbon cable for
control panel
CBL-0139L
Wire
50 cm
IDE 80-Wire cable for DVD ROM
CBL-0160L-
Cable
6'
CBL-0180L
SATA
various
CBL-0217L
Cable
2 each, regional power cords
Set for 4 SATA cables. Length varied
to minimize airflow interference.
16-pin control panel converter cable
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A-3 Compatible Cables
These cables are compatible with the SC846 Chassis.
Alternate SAS/SATA Cables
Some compatible motherboards have different connectors. If your motherboard
has only one SAS connector that the SAS/SATA cables must share, use one of the
following cables. These cables must be purchased separately.
Cable Name: SAS Cable
Quantity: 1
Part #: CBL-0175L
Alt. Name: "Big Four"
Description: This cable has one SFF-8484 (32 pin) connector on one end and
4 SAS connectors (7 pins each) at the other. This cable connects from the Host
(motherboard or other controller) to the backplane SAS hard drive port.
Cable Name: SAS Cable
Quantity: 1
Part #: CBL-0116
Alt. Name: iPass or "Small Four"
Description: This cable has one ipass (SFF-8087/mini-sas) connector (36 pins)
at one end and 4 SAS connectors on one end. This cable connects from the Host
(motherboard or other controller) to the backplane SAS hard drive port.
A-2
Appendix A: Chassis Cables
Extending Power Cables
Although Super Micro chassis are designed with to be efficient and cost-effective,
some compatible motherboards have power connectors located in different areas.
To use these motherboards you may have to extend the power cables to the mother
boards. To do this, use the following chart as a guide.
Power Cable Extenders
Number of Pins
Cable Part #
Length
24 pin
CBL - 0042
7.9”(20 CM)
20 pin
CBL - 0059
7.9”(20 CM)
8 pin
CBL - 0062
7.9”(20 CM)
4 pin
CBL - 0060
7.9”(20 CM)
Front Panel to the Motherboard
The SCxxx chassis includes a cable to connect the chassis front panel to the
motherboard. If your motherboard uses a different connector, use the following list
to find a compatible cable.
Front Panel to Motherboard Cable (Ribbon Cable)
Number of Pins
(Front Panel)
Number of Pins
(Motherboard
Cable Part #
16 pin
16 pin
CBL - 0049
16 pin
20 pin
CBL - 0048
20 pin
20 pin
CBL - 0047
16 pin
various*
CBL - 0068
20 pin
various*
CBL - 0067
* Split Cables: Use these cable if your motherboard requires several different connections from the front panel.
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A-4 Chassis Screws
The accessory box includes all the screws needed to setup your chassis. This
section lists and describes the most common screws used. Your chassis may not
require all the parts listed.
M/B
HARD DRIVE
Flat head
6-32 x 5 mm
[0.197]
Pan head
6-32 x 5 mm
[0.197]
DVD-ROM, CD-ROM, and FLOPPY DRIVE
Pan head
6-32 x 5 mm
[0.197]
Flat head
6-32 x 5 mm
[0.197]
Round head
M3 x 5 mm
[0.197]
Round head
M2.6 x 5 mm
[0.197]
RAIL
Flat head
M4 x 4 mm
[0.157]
Round head
M4 x 4 mm
[0.157]
Flat head
M5 x 12 mm[0.472]
Washer for M5
M/B STANDOFFS
M/B standoff
6-32 to 6-32
M/B (CPU)
standoff
M5 to 6-32
Thumb screw
6-32 x 5 mm
[0.197]
A-4
1/U M/B standoff
6-32 x 5 mm
[0.197]
Appendix B: Power Supply Specifications
Appendix B
SC846 Power Supply Specifications
900W
MFR Part #
PWS-902-1R
Rated AC Voltage
100 - 240V
50 - 60Hz
3 - 4 Amp
+5V standby 4 Amp
+12V
75 Amp
+5V
50 Amp
+3.3V
30 Amp
-12V
0.6 Amp
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Notes
B-2
Safety Information and Technical Specifications
Appendix C
BPN-SAS-846TQ Backplane Specifications
To avoid personal injury and property damage, carefully follow all the safety steps
listed below when accessing your system or handling the components.
C-1 ESD Safety Guidelines
Electric Static Discharge (ESD) can damage electronic components. To prevent
damage to your system, it is important to handle it very carefully. The following
measures are generally sufficient to protect your equipment from ESD.
•
•
•
Use a grounded wrist strap designed to prevent static discharge.
Touch a grounded metal object before removing a component from the antistatic
bag.
Handle the RAID card by its edges only; do not touch its components, peripheral
chips, memory modules or gold contacts.
•
When handling chips or modules, avoid touching their pins.
•
Put the card and peripherals back into their antistatic bags when not in use.
C-2 General Safety Guidelines
•
•
•
Always disconnect power cables before installing or removing any components
from the computer, including the backplane.
Disconnect the power cable before installing or removing any cables from the
backplane.
Make sure that the backplane is securely and properly installed on the motherboard to prevent damage to the system due to power shortage.
C-1
Appendix C Backplane Specifications
C-3 A Note to Users
•
All images and layouts shown in this user's guide are based upon the latest PCB
Revision available at the time of publishing. The card you have received may or
may not look exactly the same as the graphics shown in this manual.
C-2
J48
#23
JP90:CTRL_ID#3
JP103:CTRL_ID#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP107:OH#3 TEMP.
C
OPEN:45
1-2:50
C
2-3:55
C
Safety Information and Technical Specifications
JP122:CTRL_ID#5
JP125:CTRL_ID#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
#22
Jumper Settings and Pin Definitions
JP18
J39
JP129:9072#3 RESET
1-2: RESET
2-3: NO RESET
JP129
BUZZER RESET
C-4 Front Connectors and Jumpers
JP123:BP_ID#5
JP126:BP_ID#6
1-2:ID#0
2-3:ID#1
JP97:FAN#1 SELECT
JP98:FAN#2 SELECT
JP99:FAN#3 SELECT
JP100:FAN#4 SELECT
1-2:WITH FAN
2-3:NO FAN
#19
JP97
JP98
#18
JP99
JP100
J38
J47
JP107:OH#3 TEMP.
C
OPEN:45
1-2:50
C
2-3:55
C
JP122:CTRL_ID#5
JP125:CTRL_ID#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
#23
JP97:FAN#1 SELECT
JP98:FAN#2 SELECT
JP99:FAN#3 SELECT
JP100:FAN#4 SELECT
1-2:WITH FAN
2-3:NO FAN
JP98
UPGRADE#3
2
17
J30
32
21 22 23
JP96
6
7
0
1
2
3
3
JP56
4
SIDEBAND#1
JP66
SIDEBAND#2
JP58
J32
J7
JP65:BPID_SDIN#1
JP67:BPID_SDIN#2
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
3
#8
I2C#1
JP95
J16
1
#4
FAN#4
JP60
J6
1
JP64
10
FAN#3
+5V
JP10
JP109
8
JP48
#2
J26
JP46
JP13
#1
10
7
J14
10
#14
#12
J8
JP37
#5
JP63
R245
GND
5
JP68
GND
4
JP86
+12V
JP121:I2CRST#5
JP124:I2CRST#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP111:BPID_SDIN#5
JP113:BPID_SDIN#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
J40
JP77
SIDEBAND#4
JP83:I2CRST#1
JP86:I2CRST#2
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
REV:1.01
JP69
I2C#2
+5V
JP74:BPID_SDIN#3
JP76:BPID_SDIN#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
GND
5
I2C#3
10 11
SIDEBAND#3
GND
9
JP75
FAN#2J29
1
3
+12V
JP110
I2C#4 8
JP47
#6
JP54
2
J22
JP52
JP89:I2CRST#3
JP92:I2CRST#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
SIDEBAND#5
J10
3
#9
JP26
JP93:I2CRST_SDOUT#3
JP94:I2CRST_SDOUT#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP62
SIDEBAND#6
#3
#11
JP112
JP114
3
JP127:I2CRST_SDOUT#5
JP128:I2CRST_SDOUT#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP116
16 17 18 19
JP117
I2C#5
J41
D54
C
UPGRADE#1
JP115
ACT_IN#8-15
12 13 14 15
11
JP108
I2C#6
FAN#1
JP61
1
1
#13
ACT_IN#0-7
ACT_IN#16-23
#7
J24
JP50:9072#2 RESET
1-2: RESET
2-3: NO RESET
JP87:I2CRST_SDOUT#1
JP88:I2CRST_SDOUT#2
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
3
#10
20
D53
#16
J23
UPGRADE#3
#11
J42
D89
A
#20
JP78
J32
JP115
#17
1
JP50
JP35
UPGRADE#2
J46
D36
J12
3
#14
32
D3
JP84
JP99
JP100
J38
1
17
D51
BAR CODE
1
JP91:BP_ID#3
JP104:BP_ID#4
1-2:ID#0
2-3:ID#1
JP35:9072#1 RESET
1-2: RESET
2-3: NO RESET
JP97
#18
#15
J46
D49
J25
JP85:BP_ID#1
JP102:BP_ID#2
1-2:ID#0
2-3:ID#1
2
49
D47
JP25:OH#1 TEMP.
OPEN:45
C
1-2:50
C
2-3:55
C
#21
J39
49
JP123:BP_ID#5
JP126:BP_ID#6
1-2:ID#0
2-3:ID#1
64
1
64
D45
JP84:CTRL_ID#1
JP101:CTRL_ID#2
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
1
J47
#22
JP129:9072#3 RESET
1-2: RESET
2-3: NO RESET
JP129
JP18
#19
JP45:OH#2 TEMP.
OPEN:45
C
1-2:50
C
2-3:55
C
SAS846TQ
BUZZER RESET
#15
JP90:CTRL_ID#3
JP103:CTRL_ID#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
J48
#0
J5
JP61:FAN#1 SELECT
JP62:FAN#2 SELECT
JP63:FAN#3 SELECT
JP64:FAN#4 SELECT
1-2:WITH FAN
2-3:NO FAN
#10
10
J42
J30
3
ACT_IN#16-23
20
21 22 23
JP108
C
FAIL
A
C
C
FAIL
JP93:I2CRST_SDOUT#3
JP94:I2CRST_SDOUT#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
ACT
C
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
#6
A
JP89:I2CRST#3
JP92:I2CRST#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
6
A
A
A
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
C
ACT
C
ACT
A
C
FAIL
JP112
C
ACT
C
FAN#2J29
JP62
FAIL
A
C
FAIL
A
A
JP114
A
A
A
A
SIDEBAND#5
1
C
FAIL
A
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
9
ACT
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
3
A
JP54
GND
+5V
+12V
GND
C
FAIL
A
JP109
C
JP48
#2
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
A
A
C-3
JP56
+5V
A
A
A
1. Chip: MG 9072
2. Upgrade Connectors: JP69, JP78
and JP115
3. ACT_IN: JP26, JP47, and JP108
4. I2C Connector #1 (JP37) and #2
(JP95)
5. I2C Connector #3 (JP52) and #4
(JP96)
6. I2C Connector #5 (JP116) and #6
(JP117)
GND
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
C
FAIL
A
C
C
FAIL
Front
Connectors
J40
ACT
C
ACT
A
JP121:I2CRST#5
JP124:I2CRST#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP111:BPID_SDIN#5
JP113:BPID_SDIN#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
A
A
10
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
JP110
GND
A
A
A
+12V
#3
JP116
A
SIDEBAND#6
1
3
I2C#5
JP127:I2CRST_SDOUT#5
JP128:I2CRST_SDOUT#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
C
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
J41
FAIL
A
A
FAN#1
JP61
ACT
C
C
FAIL
A
16 17 18 19
JP117
ACT
C
ACT
#7
I2C#6
J26
7. SideBand Connector #1 (JP66)
and #2 (JP68)
8. SideBand Connector #3 (JP75)
and #4 (JP77)
9. SideBand Connector #5 (JP112)
and #6 (JP114)
10. P o w e r C o n n e c t o r s ( 4 pin): JP10, JP13, JP46,
JP48, JP109, and JP110
SAS
4#
Appendix C Backplane Specifications
JP107:OH#3 TEMP.
C
OPEN:45
1-2:50
C
2-3:55
C
JP122:CTRL_ID#5
JP125:CTRL_ID#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
#23
JP18
18
#7
J39
JP97:FAN#1 SELECT
JP98:FAN#2 SELECT
JP99:FAN#3 SELECT
JP100:FAN#4 SELECT
1-2:WITH FAN
2-3:NO FAN
JP35:9072#1 RESET
1-2: RESET
2-3: NO RESET
JP97
JP98
#18
1
JP99
JP100
3
JP35
J38
JP50
JP50:9072#2 RESET
1-2: RESET
2-3: NO RESET
JP91:BP_ID#3
JP104:BP_ID#4
1-2:ID#0
2-3:ID#1
28
D45
D47
D49
D51
JP25:OH#1 TEMP.
C
OPEN:45
1-2:50
C
2-3:55
C
#21
J25
#17
J24
D3
D36
D89
A
D53
D54
C
31
#20
27
#16
23
#12
19
#8
15
#4
SAS846TQ
J12
JP84
BAR CODE
22
#11
29
J47
JP45:OH#2 TEMP.
OPEN:45
C
1-2:50
C
2-3:55
C
32
#22
JP85:BP_ID#1
JP102:BP_ID#2
1-2:ID#0
2-3:ID#1
26
#15
33
JP84:CTRL_ID#1
JP101:CTRL_ID#2
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
#19
JP123:BP_ID#5
JP126:BP_ID#6
1-2:ID#0
2-3:ID#1
30
JP129:9072#3 RESET
1-2: RESET
2-3: NO RESET
JP129
BUZZER RESET
JP90:CTRL_ID#3
JP103:CTRL_ID#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
J48
34
J10
49
64
1
17
32
25
JP115
JP78
J32
UPGRADE#2
UPGRADE#3
J46
#14
24
#13
20
#9
J23
UPGRADE#1
J8
JP69
21
J42
J30
JP108
7
2
3
3
SIDEBAND#2
JP66
R245
3
JP58
SIDEBAND#1
JP68
J16
1
JP65:BPID_SDIN#1
JP67:BPID_SDIN#2
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP95
JP63
JP56
13
J7
I2C#1
JP37
16
6
1
JP86
SIDEBAND#4
5
#5
FAN#4
JP60
J6
1
JP64
FAN#3
+5V
JP10
JP109
12
JP48
#2
J26
JP46
JP13
#1
11
J14
JP61:FAN#1 SELECT
JP62:FAN#2 SELECT
JP63:FAN#3 SELECT
JP64:FAN#4 SELECT
1-2:WITH FAN
2-3:NO FAN
#0
J5
C
FAIL
A
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
ACT
A
A
C
A
FAIL
A
A
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
ACT
A
A
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
ACT
A
A
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
ACT
A
A
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
ACT
A
A
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
A
A
A
A
SAS
4#
C-4
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
ACT
#0 J5
#1 J14
#2 J26
#3 J40
#4 J6
#5 J16
#6 J29
#7 J41
#8 J7
#9 J22
#10 J30
#11 J42
#12 J8
#13 J23
#14 J32
#15 J46
#16 J10
#17 J24
#18 J38
#19 J47
#20 J12
#21 J25
#22 J39
#23 J48
C
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
Port
JP77
1
4
0
I2C#2
FAN#2J29
JP62
JP26
J40
GND
I2C#3
SIDEBAND#3
JP121:I2CRST#5
JP124:I2CRST#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP111:BPID_SDIN#5
JP113:BPID_SDIN#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
GND
10 11
JP74:BPID_SDIN#3
JP76:BPID_SDIN#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
+12V
9
JP75
+5V
JP83:I2CRST#1
JP86:I2CRST#2
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP47
I2C#4 8
JP52
GND
ACT
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
17
SIDEBAND#5
JP96
#6
3
GND
JP110
#3
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
SAS
JP127:I2CRST_SDOUT#5
JP128:I2CRST_SDOUT#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
SIDEBAND#6
JP93:I2CRST_SDOUT#3
JP94:I2CRST_SDOUT#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP89:I2CRST#3
JP92:I2CRST#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP54
+12V
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
JP112
J41
JP114
FAN#1
JP61
1
3
14
JP116
I2C#5
J22
ACT_IN#8-15
12 13 14 15
21 22 23
16 17 18 19
JP117
ACT_IN#0-7
ACT_IN#16-23
20
I2C#6
JP87:I2CRST_SDOUT#1
JP88:I2CRST_SDOUT#2
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
#10
REV:1.01
Safety Information and Technical Specifications
C-5 Front Connector and Pin Definitions
1. MG9072 Chip
The MG9072 is an enclosure management
chip that supports the SES-2 controller and
SES-2 protocols.
2. Upgrade Connectors
The upgrade connectors are designated JP69,
JP78, and JP115 and are used for manufacturer's diagnostic purposes only.
3. Activity LED Header
The activity LED header, designated JP26,
JP47 and JP108, is used to indicate the activity status of each SAS drive. The Activity LED
Header is located on the front panel. For the
Activity LED Header to work properly, connect
using a 10-pin LED cable.
4./5./6. I2C Connectors
The I C Connectors, designated JP37, JP95,
JP52, JP96, JP116, and JP117, are used to
monitor HDD activity and status. See the table
on the right for pin definitions.
2
C-5
I2C Connector
Pin Definitions
(JP37, JP95, JP52, JP96,
JP116, and JP117)
Pin#
Definition
1
Data
2
Ground
3
Clock
4
No Connection
Appendix C Backplane Specifications
7./8./9./ Sideband Headers
The sideband headers are designated JP66,
JP68, JP75, JP77, JP112, and JP114. For
SES-2 to work properly, you must connect an
8-pin sideband cable. See the table to the right
for pin definitions.
NOTE: SGPIO is the default setting for this
backplane.
Sideband Headers
(JP66, JP68, JP75, JP77,
JP112 and JP114)
Pin #
2
Definition
SGPIO:
SDIN
Pin #
Definition
1
Controller ID
(SB6)
3
GND (SB2)
SGPIO:
SLOAD
I2C:
Backplane
Addressing
(SB5)
4
SGPIO:
SDOUT
I2C: Reset
(SB4)
6
GND (SB3)
5
8
Backplane
ID (SB7)
7
10
No Connection
9
I2C:SDA (SB1)
SGPIO:
SCLOCK
I2C:SCL (SB0)
10. Backplane Main Power Connectors
The 4-pin connectors, designated JP10, JP13,
JP46, JP48, JP109, and JP110, provide power
to the backplane. See the table on the right
for pin definitions.
Backplane
Main Power
4-Pin Connector
(JP10, JP13, JP46,
and JP48)
Pin#
Definition
1
2 and 3
4
11 - 34. SAS Ports
The SAS ports are used to connect the SAS
drive cables. The 24 ports are designated #0
- #23. Each port is also compatible with SATA
drives.
C-6
No Connection
+12V
Ground
+5V
Safety Information and Technical Specifications
C-6 Front Jumper Locations and Pin Definitions
JP122:CTRL_ID#5
JP125:CTRL_ID#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP18
J25
J39
JP97
JP98
JP99
JP100
49
#14
32
#11
JP107:OH#3 TEMP.
C
OPEN:45
1-2:50
C
2-3:55
C
J23
REV:1.01
JP26
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
3
JP86
I2C#2
JP83:I2CRST#1
JP86:I2CRST#2
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
#16
#5
JP95
J16
SIDEBAND#3
JP63
#12
JP68
BAR CODE
JP75
JP66
SIDEBAND#2
1
R245
3
J8
JP87:I2CRST_SDOUT#1
JP88:I2CRST_SDOUT#2
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
3
JP58
FAN#3
JP66
R245
SIDEBAND#2
JP58
J14
FAN#4
JP60
J6
1
JP64
FAN#3
+5V
JP10
JP46
JP48
#2
JP13
#1
J26
JP61:FAN#1 SELECT
JP62:FAN#2 SELECT
JP63:FAN#3 SELECT
JP64:FAN#4 SELECT
1-2:WITH FAN
2-3:NO FAN
#0
J5
J14
JP62
JP13
#1
#4
SIDEBAND#1
JP68
3
JP46
J7
I2C#1
JP95
J16
1
#8
JP65:BPID_SDIN#1
JP67:BPID_SDIN#2
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP86
#5
JP63
JP56
JP37
JP83:I2CRST#1
JP86:I2CRST#2
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
4
I2C#2
GND
J22
D54
J12
JP74:BPID_SDIN#3
JP76:BPID_SDIN#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP61
JP77
SIDEBAND#4
JP26
GND
JP109
JP121:I2CRST#5
JP124:I2CRST#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP111:BPID_SDIN#5
JP113:BPID_SDIN#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
10 11
SIDEBAND#3
+12V
+5V
9
JP74:BPID_SDIN#3
JP76:BPID_SDIN#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
GND
J26I2C#3
JP47
I2C#4 8
JP75
JP112
FAN#2J29
1
3
GND
JP110
D53
C
UPGRADE#1
ACT_IN#0-7
JP96
#6
JP62
J40
D89
A
J10
J22
JP52
JP89:I2CRST#3
JP92:I2CRST#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
SIDEBAND#5
D36
#20
#9
ACT_IN#8-15
12 13 14 15
JP127:I2CRST_SDOUT#5
JP128:I2CRST_SDOUT#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP116
16 17 18 19
SIDEBAND#6
+12V
JP48
#2
JP93:I2CRST_SDOUT#3
JP94:I2CRST_SDOUT#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP54
#3
#13
JP56
J30
JP114
J41
JP109
21 22 23
I2C#5
FAN#1
JP61
3
JP77
SIDEBAND#4
D3
JP69
ACT_IN#16-23
20
#7
1
J24
J23
+5V
#10
JP121:I2CRST#5
JP124:I2CRST#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP111:BPID_SDIN#5
JP113:BPID_SDIN#6
1-2:SGPIO
I2C#6
JP117
2-3:I2C
JP108
J40
GND
JP84
JP85:BP_ID#1
JP102:BP_ID#2
1-2:ID#0
2-3:ID#1
J42
GND
I2C#3
JP78
UPGRADE#2
+12V
#11
FAN#2J29
3
+5V
JP110
#3
UPGRADE#3
GND
JP50
1
J32
JP115
#17
JP50:9072#2 RESET
1-2: RESET
2-3: NO RESET
JP62
32
10 11
9
JP104:BP_ID#4
1-2:ID#0
2-3:ID#1
D51
JP84
JP47
I2C#4
JP91:BP_ID#3
8
3
JP35
#14
17
JP96
D49
SAS846TQ
1
#6
49
SIDEBAND#5
J46
GND
JP35:9072#1 RESET
1-2: RESET
2-3: NO RESET
JP97
JP89:I2CRST#3
JP98
#18
JP99
JP92:I2CRST#4
1-2:SGPIOJP100
2-3:I2C
J38
1
#15
SIDEBAND#6
JP54
+12V
JP93:I2CRST_SDOUT#3
JP94:I2CRST_SDOUT#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP52
64
JP112
JP114
J41
1
#21
ACT_IN#8-15
12 13 14J2515
J39
D47
JP25:OH#1 TEMP.
OPEN:45
C
1-2:50
C
2-3:55
C
JP84:CTRL_ID#1
JP101:CTRL_ID#2
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
I2C#5
J47
JP97:FAN#1 SELECT
JP98:FAN#2 SELECT
JP99:FAN#3 SELECT
JP100:FAN#4 SELECT
1-2:WITH FAN
2-3:NO FAN
JP123:BP_ID#5
JP126:BP_ID#6
1-2:ID#0
2-3:ID#1
JP116
#19
JP127:I2CRST_SDOUT#5
JP128:I2CRST_SDOUT#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
16 17 18 19
JP117
JP129
JP108
I2C#6
#7
#9
D45
#22
JP129:9072#3 RESET
1-2: RESET
2-3: NO RESET
UPGR
JP69
ACT_IN#0-7
21 22 23
BUZZER RESET
JP18
FAN#1
#13
JP78
JP45:OH#2 TEMP.
OPEN:45
C
1-2:50
C
2-3:55
C
J30
JP129
ACT_IN#16-23
20
JP90:CTRL_ID#3
JP103:CTRL_ID#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP122:CTRL_ID#5
JP125:CTRL_ID#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
#23
JP61
J24
#10
J48
J42
JP84
UPGRADE#2
UPGRADE#3
17
J32
JP115
JP50
JP50:9072#2 RESET
1-2: RESET
2-3: NO RESET
1
3
3
JP35
#17
JP85:BP_ID#1
JP102:BP_ID#2
1-2:ID#0
2-3:ID#1
JP100
J46
JP50
1
JP99
J38
#15
JP91:BP_ID#3
JP104:BP_ID#4
1-2:ID#0
2-3:ID#1
JP35:9072#1 RESET
1-2: RESET
2-3: NO RESET
JP97
JP98
#18
JP84:CTRL_ID#1
JP101:CTRL_ID#2
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP35
J47
64
JP25:OH#1
OPEN:45
1-2:50
2-3:55
#21
JP97:FAN#1 SELECT
JP98:FAN#2 SELECT
JP99:FAN#3 SELECT
JP100:FAN#4 SELECT
1-2:WITH FAN
2-3:NO FAN
JP123:BP_ID#5
JP126:BP_ID#6
1-2:ID#0
2-3:ID#1
#19
JP45:OH#2 TEMP.
OPEN:45
C
1-2:50
C
2-3:55
C
#22
JP129:9072#3 RESET
1-2: RESET
2-3: NO RESET
JP129
BUZZER RESET
JP90:CTRL_ID#3
JP103:CTRL_ID#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP107:OH#3 TEMP.
OPEN:45
C
C
1-2:50
C
2-3:55
J48
#23
JP63
JP64
C
FAIL
A
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
ACT
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
A
A
C
FAIL
A
ACT
C
ACT
A
A
A
A
Explanation of Jumpers
C
FAIL
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
ACT
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
C
FAIL
A
A
A
ACT
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
ACT
A
A
A
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
Jumper
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
C
FAIL
A
A
ACT
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
A
A
A
3
2
1
C
FAIL
SAS
4#
A
C
FAIL
A
C
FAIL
A
C
Setting
ACT
C
ACT
C
ACT
A
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
A
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
A
A
A
C-7
C
1
ACT
C
A
C
FAIL
A
C
C
FAIL
A
C
FAIL
A
C
FAIL
A
C
FAIL
A
ACT
C
ACT
C
ACT
FAIL
2
C
3
ACT
C
ACT
C
ACT
To modify the operation of the backplane,
jumpers can be used to choose between
optional settings. Jumpers create shorts
between two pins to change the function
of the connector. Pin 1 is identified with
a square solder pad on the printed circuit
board. Note: On two pin jumpers, "Closed"
means the jumper is on and "Open" means
the jumper is off the pins.
Connector
Pins
Appendix C Backplane Specifications
Jumper Settings
Jumper
Jumper Settings
Note
JP35
1-2: Reset
2-3: Default
MG 9072 Chip Reset #1
JP50
1-2: Reset
2-3: Default
MG 9072 Chip Reset #2
JP129
1-2: Reset
2-3: Default
MG 9072 Chip Reset #3
Fan Jumper Settings
This backplane can use up to four fans. To utilize each fan, you must configure
both jumpers as instructed below.
Fan Jumper Settings
Jumper
Jumper Settings
Note
JP61
1-2:With Fan (Default)
2-3:No Fan
FAN#1
JP97
1-2:With Fan (Default)
2-3:No Fan
FAN#1
JP62
1-2:With Fan (Default)
2-3:No Fan
FAN#2
JP98
1-2:With Fan (Default)
2-3:No Fan
FAN#2
JP63
1-2:With Fan (Default)
2-3:No Fan
FAN#3
JP99
1-2:With Fan (Default)
2-3:No Fan
FAN#3
JP64
1-2:With Fan (Default)
2-3:No Fan
FAN#4
JP100
1-2:With Fan (Default)
2-3:No Fan
FAN#4
C-8
Safety Information and Technical Specifications
I2C and SGPIO Modes and Jumper Settings
This backplane can utilize I2C or SGPIO. SGPIO is the default mode and can be
used without making changes to your jumper. The following information details
which jumper must be configured to use SGPIO mode or restore your backplane
to I2C mode.
SGPIO Setting (Default)
Jumper
JP84
Jumper Setting
1-2
Note
SGPIO Mode Setting
I2C Setting
Jumper
JP84
Jumper Setting
2-3
Note
I2C Setting
C-9
Appendix C Backplane Specifications
Front LED Indicators
D45
JP25:OH#1 TEMP.
C
OPEN:45
1-2:50
C
2-3:55
C
D47
D49
D51
D3
D36
D53
D89
A
D54
C
D53 D54
#20
D45 D47 D49 D51 D3 D36 D89
SAS846TQ
J12
JP107:OH#3 TEMP.
OPEN:45
C
1-2:50
C
C
2-3:55
JP122:CTRL_ID#5
JP125:CTRL_ID#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP90:CTRL_ID#3
JP103:CTRL_ID#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
J48
#23
JP45:OH#2 TEMP.
OPEN:45
C
1-2:50
C
2-3:55
C
#22
D45
D47
D49
D51
JP25:OH#1 TEMP.
C
OPEN:45
1-2:50
C
2-3:55
C
#21
D3
D36
D89
A
D53
D54
C
#20
SAS846TQ
JP18
JP97
JP98
#18
#16
#17
1
JP99
JP50
J24
JP50:9072#2 RESET
1-2: RESET
2-3: NO RESET
#16
BAR CODE
3
JP35
REV:1.01
JP84
JP85:BP_ID#1
JP102:BP_ID#2
1-2:ID#0
2-3:ID#1
JP100
J38
J47
JP91:BP_ID#3
JP104:BP_ID#4
1-2:ID#0
2-3:ID#1
JP35:9072#1 RESET
1-2: RESET
2-3: NO RESET
J12
JP84:CTRL_ID#1
JP101:CTRL_ID#2
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP97:FAN#1 SELECT
JP98:FAN#2 SELECT
JP99:FAN#3 SELECT
JP100:FAN#4 SELECT
1-2:WITH FAN
2-3:NO FAN
JP123:BP_ID#5
JP126:BP_ID#6
1-2:ID#0
2-3:ID#1
#19
J25
J39
JP129:9072#3 RESET
1-2: RESET
2-3: NO RESET
JP129
BUZZER RESET
J10
49
64
1
#15
#13
#14
JP78
J32
JP115
J23
J10
JP69
#9
J42
J22
J30
ACT_IN#8-15
12 13 14 15
21 22 23
JP108
7
2
3
3
#4
JP65:BPID_SDIN#1
JP67:BPID_SDIN#2
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
FAN#4
JP60
J6
SIDEBAND#1
JP66
SIDEBAND#2
JP58
R245
3
JP37
J16
1
J7
I2C#1
JP95
JP63
JP56
#8
1
JP64
FAN#3
+5V
JP10
JP109
J40
SIDEBAND#4
6
1
#5
JP68
GND
5
JP86
GND
4
0
I2C#2
+12V
JP121:I2CRST#5
JP124:I2CRST#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP111:BPID_SDIN#5
JP113:BPID_SDIN#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
I2C#3
JP26
+5V
10 11
SIDEBAND#3
GND
JP77
1
SIDEBAND#5
3
GND
9
JP75
FAN#2J29
JP62
SIDEBAND#6
+12V
JP110
JP83:I2CRST#1
JP86:I2CRST#2
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP47
I2C#4 8
#6
JP54
#3
JP96
JP74:BPID_SDIN#3
JP76:BPID_SDIN#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
3
JP112
J41
JP114
FAN#1
JP61
1
JP93:I2CRST_SDOUT#3
JP94:I2CRST_SDOUT#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP89:I2CRST#3
JP92:I2CRST#4
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP52
JP116
I2C#5
JP127:I2CRST_SDOUT#5
JP128:I2CRST_SDOUT#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
16 17 18 19
JP117
ACT_IN#0-7
ACT_IN#16-23
20
I2C#6
#7
JP87:I2CRST_SDOUT#1
JP88:I2CRST_SDOUT#2
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
#10
J8
UPGRADE#1
UPGRADE#2
32
#11
BAR CODE
17
UPGRADE#3
J46
#12
JP46
JP48
#2
J26
JP13
#1
JP61:FAN#1 SELECT
JP62:FAN#2 SELECT
JP63:FAN#3 SELECT
JP64:FAN#4 SELECT
1-2:WITH FAN
2-3:NO FAN
#0
J5
J14
#12
Front Panel LEDs
LED
UPGRADE#1
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
A
A
A
Failure in Fan #2
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
Failure in Fan #3
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
A
Failure in Fan
#8 #4
A
A
C
ACT
C
ACT
C
ACT
FAIL
A
C
FAIL
C
Alarm #1: Overheat/Drive Failure in Channel 1
C
FAIL
A
C
FAIL
A
A
A
A
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
ACT
A
A
A
A
J7
Alarm #2: Overheat/Drive
Failure in Channel 2
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
ON
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
JP65:BPID_SDIN#1
JP67:BPID_SDIN#2
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP37
ON
Alarm #3: Overheat/Drive Failure in Channel 3
OFF
+5V : Backplane power failure. Light is on
#4 operation.
during normal
S AS
4#
FAN#4
JP60
J6
R245
SIDEBAND#1
JP66
ACT
C
ACT
ON
I2C#1
D53
Failure in Fan #1
ACT
A
ON
ON
A
3
C
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
D36
D89
FAIL
A
D3
JP87:I2CRST_SDOUT#1
JP88:I2CRST_SDOUT#2
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
D51
ON
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
D49
C
A
D47
ON
J8
SPECIFICATION
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
JP69
ACT
D45
STATE
1
JP64
JP10
C-10
#0
JP61:FAN#1 SELECT
JP62:FAN#2 SELECT
JP63:FAN#3 SELECT
JP64:FAN#4 SELECT
1-2:WITH FAN
2-3:NO FAN
REV:1.01
3
+12V
GND
GND
+5V
+12V
GND
GND
JP58
JP64
FAN#3
JP10
JP121:I2CRST#5
JP124:I2CRST#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
JP111:BPID_SDIN#5
JP113:BPID_SDIN#6
1-2:SGPIO
2-3:I2C
J40
3
JP56
+5V
JP109
JP110
ND#1
JP54
245
AND#3
SIDEBAND#5
3
#3
JP46
JP48
#2
JP13
#1
JP61:FAN#1 SELECT
JP62:FAN#2 SELECT
JP63:FAN#3 SELECT
JP64:FAN#4 SELECT
1-2:WITH FAN
2-3:NO FAN
#0
Safety Information and Technical Specifications
J26
J5
J14
C
ACT
FAIL
A
C
C-7 Rear Connectors and LED Indicators
A
C
FAIL
A
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
ACT
A
A
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
SAS #23
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
SAS #22
ACT
C
A
FAIL
A
A
C
A
A
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
SAS #19
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
C
SAS #18
ACT
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
FAIL
SAS #17
C
SAS #16
ACT
SAS #21
A
A
A
SAS #20
A
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
SAS #15
ACT
C
FAIL
A
A
C
SAS #1
ACT
SAS #0
SAS #14
A
SAS #5
C
SAS #4
FAIL
SAS #9
C
SAS #8
ACT
SAS #13
A
A
A
SAS #12
A
A
A
A
C
FAIL
A
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
C
FAIL
SAS #11
ACT
C
C
FAIL
ACT
C
ACT
SAS #10
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
SAS Drive
Number
Rear
Connector
SAS Drive
Number
SAS #0
SAS/SATA HDD #0
SAS #12
SAS/SATA HDD #12
SAS #1
SAS/SATA HDD #1
SAS #13
SAS/SATA HDD #13
SAS #2
SAS/SATA HDD #2
SAS #14
SAS/SATA HDD #14
SAS #3
SAS/SATA HDD #3
SAS #15
SAS/SATA HDD #15
SAS #4
SAS/SATA HDD #4
SAS #16
SAS/SATA HDD #16
SAS #5
SAS/SATA HDD #5
SAS #17
SAS/SATA HDD #17
SAS #6
SAS/SATA HDD #6
SAS #18
SAS/SATA HDD #18
SAS #7
SAS/SATA HDD #7
SAS #19
SAS/SATA HDD #19
SAS #8
SAS/SATA HDD #8
SAS #20
SAS/SATA HDD #20
SAS #9
SAS/SATA HDD #9
SAS #21
SAS/SATA HDD #21
SAS #10
SAS/SATA HDD #10
SAS #22
SAS/SATA HDD #22
SAS #11
SAS/SATA HDD #11
SAS #23
SAS/SATA HDD #23
C-11
C
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
Rear SAS/SATA Connectors
Rear
Connector
FAIL
A
A
SAS
FAIL #0
C
A
C
FAIL
A
SAS #3
4#
ACT #0
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
A
C
ACT
A
SAS #2
SAS #7
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
C
FAIL
A
C
ACT
SAS #6
Appendix C Backplane Specifications
Rear LED Indicators
Hard Drive Activity
Failure LED
SAS #0
Rear LED
D12
D5
SAS #1
D22
D23
SAS #2
D40
D37
SAS #3
D102
D107
SAS #4
D13
D6
SAS #5
D24
D29
SAS #6
D41
D38
SAS #7
D104
D108
SAS #8
D14
D7
SAS #9
D25
D30
SAS #10
D42
D39
SAS #11
D106
D109
SAS #12
D15
D8
SAS #13
D26
D31
SAS #14
D87
D88
SAS #15
D111
D110
SAS #16
D18
D19
SAS #17
D27
D32
SAS #18
D100
D103
SAS #19
D118
D119
SAS #20
D21
D20
SAS #21
D28
D33
SAS #22
D101
D105
SAS #23
D120
D121
C-12
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