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Acer Altos S300
User’s guide
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Acer Altos S300
User’s guide
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Warranty/Limitation of Liability
Basic Warranty
In the absence of any optional warranty or continuing provisions by
formal agreement, Acer warrants its products in accordance with the
schedules listed below. Purchaser hereafter mentioned refers at all
times to the customer who purchased Acer product(s).
Altos S300 Warranty
Acer warrants Altos S300 products of its manufacture to be free from
defect in material and workmanship for a period of three (3) years
from the date of shipment. During this period, if the customer
experiences difficulties with a Acer Altos S300 system and is unable to
resolve the problem via phone with Acer Technical Support a Return
Material Authorization (RMA) number will be issued for the faulty
component. Following receipt of an RMA, the Purchaser is responsible
for returning the product to Acer, freight prepaid. Acer, upon
verification of warranty, will repair or replace at its option the Altos
S300 component in question, and will then return the product to the
Purchaser, freight prepaid.
Cable Warranty
All Acer provided cables are warranted for ninety (90) days from the
time of shipment. Questionable cables should be returned to Acer,
freight prepaid where they will be repaired or replaced by Acer at its
option and returned to the Purchaser, freight prepaid.
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and tear or necessitated in whole or in part by catastrophe, fault or
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or use of the product in such a manner for which it was not designed,
or by causes external to the product, such as, but not limited to, power
failure or air conditioning. Acer’s sole obligation hereunder shall be to
repair or replace any defective product, and unless stated, pay return
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transportation costs for such replacement.
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Notices
FCC notice
This device 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 in a commercial environment. residential installation. This
device 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.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this device does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
device off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
•
Increase the separation between the device and receiver
•
Connect the device into an outlet on a circuit different from that
to which the receiver is connected
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician
for help
Notice: Shielded cables
All connections to other computing devices must be made using
shielded cables to maintain compliance with FCC regulations.
Notice: Peripheral devices
Only peripherals (input/output devices, terminals, printers, etc.)
certified to comply with the Class B limits may be attached to this
equipment. Operation with noncertified peripherals is likely to result
in interference to radio and TV reception.
Caution! Changes or modifications not expressly approved by
the manufacturer could void the user’s authority, which is granted
by the Federal Communications Commission, to operate this
computer.
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Use conditions
This part complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
European Community Statement
This equipment complies with the following European directives:
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EMC Directive 89/336/EEC and amending Directives 92/31/EEC and
93/68/EEC.
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Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and amending Directive 93/68/
EEC.
Notice: Canadian users
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
ICES-003.
Remarque à l’intention des utilisateurs canadiens
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB003 du Canada.
VCCI
This Class A product is based on the standard of the Voluntary Control
Council for Interference by Information Technology Equipment. If this
equipment is used in a domestic environment, radio disturbance may
arise. When such trouble occurs, the user may be required to take
corrective actions.
BSMI
In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference,
in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
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Important safety instructions
Read these instructions carefully. Save these instructions for future
reference.
1.
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
2.
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not
use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for
cleaning.
3.
Do not use this product near water.
4.
Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The
product may fall, causing serious damage to the product.
5.
Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are
provided for ventilation; to ensure reliable operation of the
product and to protect it from overheating, these openings must
not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked
by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface.
This product should never be placed near or over a radiator or
heat register, or in a built-in installation unless proper ventilation
is provided.
6.
This product should be operated from the type of power indicated
on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power
available, consult your dealer or local power company.
7.
Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate
this product where persons will walk on the cord.
8.
If an extension cord is used with this product, make sure that the
total ampere rating of the equipment plugged into the extension
cord does not exceed the extension cord ampere rating. Also,
make sure that the total rating of all products plugged into the
wall outlet does not exceed the fuse rating.
9.
Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet
slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out
parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid
of any kind on the product.
10. Do not attempt to service this product yourself, as opening or
removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage points or
other risks. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
11. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to
qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
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When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed
b
If liquid has been spilled into the product
c
If the product has been exposed to rain or water
d
If the product does not operate normally when the operating
instructions are followed. Adjust only those controls that are
covered by the operating instructions since improper
adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will
often require extensive work by a qualified technician to
restore the product to normal condition.
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If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been
damaged
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If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance,
indicating a need for service.
12. Replace the battery with the same type as the product's battery we
recommend. Use of another battery may present a risk of fire or
explosion. Refer battery replacement to a qualified serviceman.
13. Warning! Batteries may explode if not handled properly. Do not
disassemble or dispose of them in fire. Keep them away from
children and dispose of used batteries promptly.
14. Use only the proper type of power supply cord set (provided in
your accessories box) for this unit. It should be a detachable type:
UL listed/CSA certified, type SVT, rated 7A 125V minimum, VDE
approved or its equivalent. Maximum length is 15 feet (4.6
meters).
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1 Introduction
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About the Altos S300 series storage array
Features
Disk drive carrier
Power supplies
Cooling system
I/O modules
Enclosure Services Module
Terminating Services Module
Concentrator Services Module
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2 Installation precautions
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ESD precautions
Safety precautions
Unpacking and initial setup
Rack installation precautions
Environmental consideration
Electrical consideration
Mechanical consideration
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3 Cabling and configuration
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Altos S300 series SCSI ID assignments
I/O module LEDs
ESM/CSM LEDs
TSM LED
Cabling the Altos S300 series enclosure
Single ESM and TSM configuration
Cabling the single (joined) SCSI bus configuration
Cabling the dual (split) SCSI bus configuration
Single CSM and TSM Configuration
Cabling the single (joined) SCSI bus configuration
Cabling the dual (split) SCSI bus configuration
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Contents
Warranty/Limitation of Liability
Basic Warranty
Altos S300 Warranty
Cable Warranty
Notices
FCC notice
European Community Statement
Important safety instructions
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Dual CSM configuration
Dual concentrator services modules
Join/Split bus jumper
Powering on the Altos S300 series enclosure
Altos S300 series jumper settings
Powering on an AC enclosure
4 System monitoring
Overview
Environmental status (ES) block
Features
Alarm buzzer mute
Enclosure front panel LEDs
Disk drive carrier LEDs
Power supply LEDs
Advanced cooling module (ACM) LEDs
5 Installing and removing components
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Location of the Components
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Installing and removing a disk drive carrier
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Installing a disk drive carrier
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Removing a disk drive carrier
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Installing and removing a power supply
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Installing a Power Supply
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Removing a Power Supply
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Installing and removing an advanced cooling module (ACM)51
Installing an advanced cooling module (ACM)
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Removing an advanced cooling module (ACM)
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Installing and removing an I/O option module
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Installing an I/O option module
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Removing an I/O option module
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Appendix A: Technical specifications
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Appendix B: Safety statements
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Index
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1 Introduction
This chapter introduces the Altos S300 series
of storage arrays. The main features are
described along with a list of the options and
configurations that are available.
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About the Altos S300 series storage
array
The Altos S300 series is a new concept in data storage that provides the
optimum in investment protection and versatility. The Altos S300
series will meet the performance, capacity, and high availability needs
of the widest variety of applications, such as video, imaging, prepress,
data warehouse, OLTP, and web servers.
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1 Introduction
Features
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Fourteen disk drive slots.
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Redundant AC power supplies.
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Redundant input power cords.
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A total of four fans in two Advanced Cooling Modules (ACM)
providing n+1 redundancy on fans.
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Two rear removable I/O option modules provide active/passive
failure redundancy on environmental monitoring, or per Bus
Monitoring.
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Multi-MODE SCSI Interface Ultra 160.
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Hot plug of power supplies and ACM’s.
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Maximum configurations of drives supported with one or two
power supplies.
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Failure indication of all Field Replaceable Units (FRU) via LEDs and
audible alarm (with alarm mute button).
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Disk drive hot plug support.
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Auto-sense termination at end of bus (busses) if no cable present.
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Auto bus split, if two cables are present.
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Up to 10M of LVD SCSI cable.
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SCSI I.D.’s hard-wired.
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Global remote spinup enable capability.
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Global delayed spinup enable capability.
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Rail Kit mounting for 19” equipment racks.
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Carrier cam lever allows controlled insertion and extraction of disk
carriers.
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Disk drive carrier
The disk drive carrier supports a one inch disk drive with support for
10K RPM drives and higher (15K). The Altos S300 series enclosure holds
up to fourteen disk drive carriers. The disk drives can be hot swapped
and the disk drive carriers provide for blind mating.
Power supplies
The Altos S300 series uses two AC power supplies for normal operation,
providing redundancy of the power system. The power supplies can be
hot swapped. The power supplies provide 673 Watts continuous
output power and 853 Watts peak output power. The power supplies
provide active current sharing, power factor correction, over current
and over voltage protection is also provided. The power supplies have
individual power inputs.
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2
2
Power Supplies
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Mute
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Cooling system
Cooling is provided by the two Advanced Cooling Modules (ACMs)
located at the rear of the enclosure. Each of the ACM units contain
two variable speed fans. The enclosure requires four fans for normal
operation, but will operate correctly when one fan fails to function
(redundancy is lost if one fan is failed in either ACM), however, it is
recommended that the failed fan be replaced as soon as possible. The
ACM units can be hot swapped. The I/O Option Module (ESM and TSM
described later) monitors and controls the speed of each fan. The
speed is set depending on the ambient temperature and failed status.
The fans are set to full speed, if one fan fails to function.
ACMs
Fans 1 & 2
Fans 3 & 4
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2
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The following table shows how the fan speed relates to temperature
change.
ACM Speed
Ambient Temp ( oC )
Speed 1
0 to 26
Speed 2
26 to 28
Speed 3
28 to 30
Full Speed
30 +
Note: All fans are set to the same speed.
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I/O modules
There are two I/O option slots located at the rear of the enclosure.
One of these must contain an Enclosure Services Module (ESM)
or a Concentrator Services module (CSM) and the other slot must
contain the Terminating Services Module (TSM) or a second
Concentrator Services Module (CSM) for dual CSM configuration.
The I/O slot located on the left of the enclosure as viewed from the
back is called I/O Slot A and the I/O slot located on the right is called I/O
Slot B. The I/O modules can be inserted into either of the I/O
slots.
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1
2
2
I/O Module
The I/O Modules can be inserted into either I/O slot
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I/O Module
Note: For a detailed information of the I/O modules, see page 20.
The following sections will describe the modules and how they should
be used.
Enclosure Services Module
The Enclosure Services Module (ESM) has three primary functions. It
acts as a SCSI bus pass-through from external cabling to the internal
busses. Secondly, it terminates the end of the SCSI bus in joined mode.
Finally, it provides monitoring, reporting and control of the system
storage enclosure. The ESM reports status and receives control
information via the SCSI bus per the SCSI-3 Enclosure Services
specification and also the SAF-TE specification.
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Terminating Services Module
The Terminating Services Module (TSM) has no external connectors and
as such cannot have cables connected to it. Instead it can either
terminate or join the SCSI busses based on the cable configuration on
the ESM. The TSM reports status and receives control information via
the SCSI bus per the SCSI-3 Enclosure Services specification and also the
SAF-TE specification.
Concentrator Services Module
The Concentrator Services Module (CSM) includes the same
functionality as the ESM, in addition to giving the enclosure Clustering
capabilities. With a CSM installed in one I/O Slot and either a CSM or a
TSM installed in the second I/O slot then a Cluster Configuration is
possible.
This means that each external SCSI connector can have 25 meters of
SCSI cable attached, with each cable connected from the I/O module to
a host. When a host is disconnected from the enclosure, the CSM
isolates the disconnected host from the internal storage and remaining
attached host. This means that one host can be taken “off-line”
without data disruption to the other host.
Note: For information on how to configure your Altos S300
series, see page 17.
2 Installation
precautions
This chapter discusses the important safety
instructions along with the electrical,
mechanical and environmental precautions
that need to be taken when installing the
Altos S300 series enclosure.
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ESD precautions
Note: Before you install or operate the Altos S300 series
enclosure, we recommend that you read the following
instructions.
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage your processor, disk drives,
expansion boards, and other components. Always observe the
following precautions before you install a computer component:
1.
Do not remove a component from its protective packaging until
you are ready to install it.
2.
Wear a wrist grounding strap and attach it to a metal part of the
computer before handling components. If a wrist strap is not
available, maintain contact with the computer throughout any
procedure requiring ESD protection.
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2 Installation precautions
Safety precautions
Always observe the following before you install or operate the Altos
S300. For language translations of these statements refer to
Appendix B.
1.
This device is intended for installation in a restricted access
location only.
2.
If any of the components are removed, the resulting hole must be
blocked, by installing a component blank or replacing the
component. Failure to do so can seriously restrict air flow and
cooling.
3.
This device should be connected to a power source which carries a
fuse or circuit breaker that is greater than the rating of the shelf,
but also complies with national wiring standards.
4.
Allow disk drives and power supplies to reach room ambient
temperature before powering on the shelf.
5.
It is recommended that, if interconnecting equipment resided
within more than one equipment rack cabinets, these equipment
racks should be at the same ground potential.
6.
Warning! A possible shock hazard may exist in the area of the fan
connection.
7.
Warning! Disconnect both power supply inlets before opening
this equipment for servicing.
8.
Warning! Disconnect both power cables before servicing this
equipment.
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Unpacking and initial setup
Carefully unpack the carton and remove the contents. If the exterior
packaging or items are missing or damaged, contact your dealer
immediately.
Note: The disk drives are packaged in anti-static packaging,
precautions must be observed prior to removal.
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2 Installation precautions
Rack installation precautions
Before installing the Altos S300 series enclosure in an equipment rack,
it is essential that the following guidelines are complied with, to
ensure the safe and efficient operation of the system. The Altos S300
series can be installed in open or closed equipment racks, with a front
width of 19 inch, by observing the environmental, electrical, and
mechanical precautions described below.
Environmental consideration
When installing the Altos S300 series enclosure the following
environmental considerations must be applied.
Ambient temperature
Installation of the rack system in a standard 19 inch cabinet may lead
to a differential between the room ambient temperature and the
internal ambient temperature of the rack environment. The operating
temperature of the Altos S300 series is between 5oC and 40oC.
However, it is not recommended that the system be continuously run
at these extreme temperatures. Consideration should therefore be
given to ensure that the room ambient temperature is compatible with
these specifications.
Air flow
To ensure that the internal heat build up is properly dissipated into the
room environment, air flow should in no way be restricted. It is
essential that no air vents are blocked, and that the system is a
minimum of one meter from a solid surface such as a wall or partition.
Air flow through the Altos S300 series enclosure is from front to rear.
Electrical consideration
When installing the Altos S300 series enclosure the following electrical
consideration must be applied.
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Circuit overloading
Care should be taken to ensure that the current does not exceed the
rating of the power source circuitry. This includes cabling, power
distribution units, filters and any other devices through which the main
current flows. The electrical power rating of the enclosure is 100 - 240
VAC, 10 - 5 Amps (50/60 Hz) and must be added to the power demands
of any other electrical devices installed in the equipment rack to arrive
at a total power consumption figure. In addition, surge currents must
be catered for. Disk drives may consume twice the amount of current
at start-up time as they do during steady state operation.
Mechanical consideration
When installing the Altos S300 series enclosure the following
mechanical consideration must be applied.
Mechanical loading
Consideration should be given to the loading of the equipment rack.
To maintain a low centre of gravity (thus reducing the likelihood of
instability) racks should be loaded (where possible) from the bottom of
the equipment rack upwards. This is recommended to ensure personal
safety.
Caution: When installing or removing a rack mount enclosure,
remove all disk drives. It is recommended that you work with at
least one other person when installing an enclosure. This is
necessary to prevent personal injury and damage to the enclosure.
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2 Installation precautions
3 Cabling and
configuration
This chapter describes how to cable and
configure your Altos S300 series enclosure.
Detailed information on how and where to
connect the cables will be provided along
with information on the SCSI ID assignments.
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Altos S300 series SCSI ID assignments
The SCSI ID’s for the Altos S300 series enclosure are hard set and cannot
be changed in any way. The Altos S300 series enclosure has two modes
of operation: Single (Joined) SCSI bus mode (1x14), and Dual (Split) SCSI
bus mode (1x7 and 1x7). The I/O Modules are set at ID 15 in all cases
and SCSI ID 7 is reserved for the host. The figure below shows how the
SCSI ID’s are assigned.
Bus B
Bus A
ID 8
ID 9
ID 10
ID 11
ID 13
ID 12
ID 14
ID 8
ID 9
ID 10
ID 11
ID 12
ID 14
ID 13
Dual (Split)
Bus Mode
1
2
3
ID 0
ID 1
ID 2
ID 3
ID 4
ID 5
ID 6
ID 8
ID 9
ID 10
ID 12
ID 11
ID 13
ID 14
Both rear I/O Modules are at SCSI ID 15 in all configurations
Single (Joined)
Bus Mode
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I/O module LEDs
There are LEDs mounted on the ESM, CSM and TSM. This section will
explain what these LEDs mean.
ESM/CSM LEDs
Bus A
Bus A
ES Activity
Bus B
Bus B
There are 5 LEDs in total on the ESM/CSM
located as shown. The ES Activity LED shows,
if the ES block of the ESM/CSM is active or in
standby mode. If the LED is ON, the ES block
is active, and if it is OFF, the ES block is in
standby mode. The Bus A and Bus B LEDs
show which bus each connector is associated
with, e.g. in single (joined) bus mode both
Bus A LEDs would be on, and in dual (split)
bus mode Bus A would be on for one
connector and Bus B would be on for the
other connector.
TSM LED
The ES Activity LED shows if the ES Block of
the TSM is active or in standby mode. If the
LED is on the ES block of the TSM is active
and if it is off the ES block is in standby
mode.
ES Activity
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Cabling the Altos S300 series
enclosure
The Altos S300 series enclosure can operate in three main
configurations: Single ESM and TSM, Single CSM and TSM and Dual
CSM configurations. This enclosure can sense the cable arrangement
and split or join the SCSI bus as appropriate. The following sections
describe how to cable these configurations.
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3 Cabling and configuration
Single ESM and TSM configuration
This configuration can be cabled as either a Single (Joined) SCSI Bus or
as a Dual (Split) SCSI Bus configuration.
Cabling the single (joined) SCSI bus configuration
One host cable is required for this configuration. The length of the
host cable may be a maximum of 10 meters in length. When viewed
from the rear there should be an ESM installed in one I/O slot and a
TSM in the other.
Follow the procedures below to connect the cable (see figure below):
1.
Power off the enclosure and the host system.
2.
Attach one end of the cable to the connector on the ESM.
3.
Attach the other end of this cable to the host.
To Host
ID 7
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1
2
2
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ESM
TSM
The ESM and TSM can be in either I/O slot of the enclosure.
SCSI ID Assignments shown from front of enclosure.
Note: For more information on the host connectors, refer to the
documentation supplied with the host system.
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The Bus A LED will be ON1 to indicate that all disks are on Bus A. The
Environmental Services (ES) LED is ON for the TSM in this example to
show that its ES block is the active block.
Note: Both I/O modules are at ID 15. Only one module will be
active at any one time and the other will be in standby mode. If
the active I/O module fails the standby will take over.
For information on the I/O module LED, see page 20.
Cabling the dual (split) SCSI bus configuration
Two host cables are required for this configuration. The length of each
cable may be a maximum of 10 meters. When viewed from the rear
there should be an ESM installed in one I/O slot and a TSM in the other.
Follow the procedures below to connect the cables (see figure on page
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1.
Power off the enclosure and the host system.
2.
Attach one end of the cable to one connector on the ESM.
3.
Attach the other end of this cable to a host.
4.
Attach one end of the second cable to the second connector on
the ESM.
5.
Attach the other end of this cable to a host.
Note: For more information on the host connectors, refer to the
documentation supplied with the host system.
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Enclosure must be powered on to see the LEDs.
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To Host
ID 7 To Host
ID 7
1
1
2
2
ESM
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TSM
The ESM and TSM can be in either I/O slot of the enclosure.
SCSI ID Assignments shown from front of enclosure.
The Bus A LED2 will be on for top connector to indicate that first seven
disks are on Bus A. The Bus B LED will be on for bottom connector to
indicate that remaining seven disks are on Bus B. The Environmental
Services (ES) LED is ON for both the ESM and TSM, to show that both of
their ES blocks are active.
Note: Both I/O modules are at ID 15. These modules actively
monitor one of the two buses, respectively.
For information on the I/O module LED, see page 20.
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Enclosure must be powered on to see the LEDs.
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Single CSM and TSM Configuration
This configuration can be cabled as either a Single (Joined) SCSI Bus or
as a Dual (Split) SCSI Bus configuration.
Cabling the single (joined) SCSI bus configuration
One host cable is required for this configuration. The length of the
host cable may be a maximum of 25 meters in length. When viewed
from the rear there should be a CSM installed in one I/O slot and a TSM
in the other.
Follow the procedures below to connect the cable (see figure below):
1.
Power off the enclosure and the host system.
2.
Attach one end of the cable to the connector on the CSM.
3.
Attach the other end of this cable to the host.
To Host
ID 7
1
1
2
2
0
I
0
I
Mute
CSM
TSM
The CSM and TSM can be in either I/O slot of the enclosure.
SCSI ID Assignments shown from front of enclosure.
Note: For information on the host connectors, refer to the
documentation supplied with it.
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The Bus A LED will be ON3 to indicate that all disks are on Bus A. The
Environmental Services (ES) LED is ON for the TSM in this example to
show that its ES block is the active block.
Note: Both I/O modules are at ID 15. Only one module will be
active at any one time and the other will be on standby. If the
active ES block fails the standby will take over.
For information on the I/O module LED, see page 20.
Cabling the dual (split) SCSI bus configuration
Two host cables are required for this configuration. The length of each
cable may be a maximum of 25 meters. When viewed from the rear
there should be a CSM installed in one I/O slot and a TSM in the other.
The SCSI bus needs to be set in the ‘forced split’ mode to do this
configuration. A jumper must be installed at jumper location JP10 on
the CSM PCB. To do this,
1.
Remove the CSM from the enclosure and remove the top cover.
2.
Locate JP10 and install a jumper.
3.
Replace the top cover.
4.
Insert the CSM in to the enclosure.
Follow the procedures below to connect the cables (see figure page
27):
1.
Power off the enclosure and the host system.
2.
Attach one end of the first cable to one connector on the CSM.
3.
Attach the other end of this cable to a host.
4.
Attach one end of the second cable to the other connector on the
CSM.
5.
Attach the other end of this cable to a host.
3
Enclosure must be powered on to see the LEDs.
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To Host
ID 7 To Host
ID 7
1
1
2
2
0
I
0
I
Mute
CSM
TSM
The CSM and TSM can be in either I/O slot of the enclosure.
SCSI ID Assignments shown from front of enclosure.
Note: For information on the host connectors, refer to the
documentation supplied with the host system.
The Bus A LED4 will be on for the top connector, to indicate the first
seven disks are on Bus A. The Bus B LED will be on for bottom
connector to indicate that the remaining seven disks are on Bus B. The
Environmental Services (ES) LED is ON for both the CSM and TSM, to
show that both of their ES blocks are active.
Note: Both I/O modules are at ID 15. These modules actively
monitor one of the two buses, respectively.
For information on the I/O module LED, see page 20.
4
Enclosure must be powered on to see the LEDs.
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Dual CSM configuration
For this dual CSM configuration, there must be a Concentrator
Services Module (CSM) installed in both I/O Option Slots.
Dual concentrator services modules
Four host cables are required for this configuration. These cables must
not exceed 25 meters in length.
When viewed from the rear there should be a CSM installed both I/O
slots.
Follow the procedures below to connect the cables (see figure page
29):
1.
Ensure all power to the enclosure and host systems are switched
off.
2.
Attach a cable to the top connector of one CSM.
3.
Attach the other end of this cable to the master/active host system
(Cluster 1).
4.
Attach a second cable to the bottom connector of the same CSM.
5.
Attach the other end of this cable to the slave/standby host system
(Cluster 1).
6.
Attach the third cable to the top connector of the second CSM.
7.
Attach the other end of this cable to the second master/active host
system (Cluster 2).
8.
Attach the fourth cable to the bottom connector of the second
CSM.
9.
Attach the other end of this cable to the slave/standby host system
(Cluster 2).
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To Cluster 1 Slave Host
To Cluster 2 Master Host
To Cluster 2 Slave Host
To Cluster 1 Master Host
1
1
2
2
Bus B
Bus A
Mute
CSM
0
Bus A
I
0
I
Bus B
CSM
SCSI ID Assignments shown from front of enclosure
In this configuration the SCSI bus is split, with each of the connectors
attached to a host. If a host is disconnected from the enclosure, the
CSM isolates the disconnected host from the internal storage and
remaining hosts. This allows a host to be taken offline without data
disruption to the other hosts. For left side CSM, the Bus A LED is on for
top connector and Bus B LED is on for bottom connector. For right side
CSM, the Bus B LED is on for top connector and Bus A LED is on for
bottom connector. The ES LED is on for both CSM’s.
Note: For information on the I/O module LED, see page 20.
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3 Cabling and configuration
Join/Split bus jumper
The ESM/CSM has a jumper located on it that forces the SCSI bus into
joined or split mode. This jumper is located on the ESM/CSM PCB at
location JP10.
To access the jumper:
1.
Remove the ESM/CSM from the enclosure.
2.
Remove the top cover from the ESM/CSM and locate jumper JP10.
The following table explains the jumper settings:
i/O Module
Jumper
JP 10
Bus State
ESMa
Installed
2 cables attached, bus is Force Joined
Removed
Depends on c able configuration
Installed
2 cables attached, bus is Force Split
Removed
Depends on c able configuration
CSMb
a. The overall cable length in joined bus mode is 10 meters. Any combination of cable
lengths is allowed, so long as 10 meters is not exceeded.
b. The overall cable length can be 50 meters (25 meters from each I/O module connector to
the host system.
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Powering on the Altos S300 series
enclosure
This section describes how the Altos S300 series enclosure is powered
on. Jumpers installed on the I/O modules determine how the enclosure
powers up and how the disk drives spin up. The following section
describe the jumper settings.
Altos S300 series jumper settings
The Altos S300 series enclosure jumpers are located on the I/O Modules
(ESM and CSM). By installing or removing these jumpers the following
options may be set.
Note: For information on the I/O module LED, see page 20.
Power up
With this option enabled, the enclosure will power up automatically
when the host system is powered on.
To power up the enclosure with this feature enabled:
1.
Connect the cables between the enclosure and the host system.
2.
Switch on the enclosure (switches on PSU’s at rear of enclosure).
3.
Power on the host system and the enclosure will power on also.
To disable this option, install a jumper at location JP13 on the ESM and
CSM (whichever is installed). If two CSMs are installed, the jumper
should be installed on both CSMs.
Remote start up
If you select this option, the disk drives will not spin up until a spin up
command is issued by the host system (even though the enclosure is
powered on). To enable this feature, install a jumper at location JP12
on the ESM and CSM (whichever is installed). If two CSMs are installed,
the jumper should be installed on both CSMs.
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Delayed Start
If you select this option, the disk drives will spin up sequentially i.e. not
all together. To enable this feature, install a jumper at location JP11
on the ESM and CSM (whichever is installed). If two CSMs are installed,
the jumper should be installed on both CSMs.
Powering on an AC enclosure
1.
Ensure all cables have been attached as described in the preceding
sections.
2.
Attach the AC power cords to the power supplies and turn the
power supply switches to the On (-) position (see figure below).
1
1
2
2
0
I
0
I
Mute
Insert Power cords into
power connectors
3.
Power on the host system and the Altos S300 series enclosure will
power on also.
Note: Powering off all the attached host systems will power off
the Altos S300 series enclosure also. Refer to “Power up” on page
31 (jumper JP13).
Warning! This equipment must be connected to an earthed
mains socket outlet. Ensure the power cabling provides
earthing continuity to the equipment.
4 System
monitoring
This chapter describes the devices used to
monitor the Altos S300 Series. The location
of the monitoring LEDs and how to interpret
them is provided.
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Overview
The Altos S300 series enclosure uses LEDs and an audible alarm to
report the enclosure status. The LEDs are located on the enclosure
modules such as the disk drive carriers, Advanced Cooling Modules
(ACM), power supply modules, and enclosure front LED panel. The
enclosure status is monitored by the Environmental Status (ES) block of
the Altos S300 series. The Environmental Status block is built into the I/
O Modules (ESM, CSM and TSM). All these monitoring devices are
discussed in the following sections.
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Environmental status (ES) block
1
1
2
2
I/O Module
0
I
0
I
Mute
The I/O Modules can be inserted into either I/O slot
I/O Module
The I/O Modules can be inserted into either I/O slot.
A fully configured Altos S300 series enclosure will include two ES
blocks, one located on each I/O Module. Each ES block will
continuously monitor the enclosure. If the enclosure is configured as a
single (or joined) SCSI bus, one ES block will act as a master and will
have the responsibility of reporting enclosure information via the SCSI
bus and performing all functions for the enclosure. If the other ES
block detects the loss of the master ES block then it will assume
responsibility for reporting and control.
In a dual (or split) SCSI bus configuration, each ES block will report
enclosure information over the SCSI bus to which it is physically
connected.
Features
The ES block built into the ESM, CSM and TSM has the following
features:
•
Monitoring/control for 14 SCSI disk drives.
•
Control over one bi-color LED for each disk drive carrier.
•
Monitoring/control for 2 power supplies and 4 fans (2 per ACM).
•
Control of 3 Front Panel system LEDs, to indicate module failure,
split/join mode and power.
•
Reports status and receives control information via the SCSI bus.
•
Microcontroller for data processing, control, and communications.
•
Volatile and non-volatile memory for the microcontroller.
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•
Two line serial buses for communication to all components.
•
Temperature sensor.
•
Failover logic to communicate with the other ES module.
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Alarm buzzer mute
The alarm buzzer can be muted by pressing the alarm mute button
located on the rear of the enclosure.
1
1
2
2
Alarm Mute Button
0
I
0
I
Mute
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Enclosure front panel LEDs
The Altos S300 series enclosure has three LEDs on the front panel..
Enclosure LEDs
1
2
3
These LEDs display information about the enclosure as described in the
following table:
Description
Color
Indication
LED 1
Power On
Green
Normally ON, indicated power is
applied to the enclosure. OFF, indicates
no power is applied.
LED 2
Bus Split
Green
When ON, indicates that the Bus is split,
when OFF, indicates that the bus is
joined.
LED 3
Shelf Fault
Amber
Normally OFF, indicated no faults exist
in the enclosure. ON, indicates that the
enclosure has a fault.
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Disk drive carrier LEDs
Each of the 14 disk drive carriers have two LEDs - green and bicolor,
indicators visible from the front of the enclosure.
Disk Drive Ready
(Green)
Disk Drive Activity
Bicolor LED
(Green/Amber)
Green LED is the disk drive ready LED. The disk drive has control over
this LED. While bicolor LED is controlled by the Altos S300 ES module
(for ES module information refer to page 36).
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The following table describes how to interpret the bicolor
(ES controlled) LED.
Bicolor LED
Showing
Green
Bicolor LED
Showing
Amber
Condition
ON
OFF
Drive online
ON 125 ms 1
OFF 125 ms
OFF
OFF
Drive identify
Note: After 30 sec., the LED pattern will
change to default pattern.
ON 250 ms
OFF 250 ms
OFF
OFF
Prepare for removing the drive.
Note: After 30 sec., the LED pattern will
change to default pattern.
ON 500 ms
OFF 125 ms
OFF
OFF
Rebuild the drive
OFF
OFF
ON 125 ms
OFF 125 ms
Drive failed
ON 500 ms
OFF 500 ms
OFF 1000 ms
OFF 500 ms
ON 500 ms
OFF 1000 ms
Predicted failure in the drive.
1. ms - milli-seconds
Note: The alarm buzzer can be muted using the alarm mute
button located on rear of the enclosure.
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Power supply LEDs
The Altos S300 series power supply provides power factor correction,
over current and over voltage protection. The power supply has 853
Watts peak power with 673 Watts continuous power and input
voltage fail detection.
The power supply has two LED indicators, which are visible from the
rear of the enclosure. The green Power OK LED is ON when the power
supply is operating normally. This green LED is controlled by the
power supply, and indicates that the power supply output voltages are
operating normally. The power supply amber Fault LED is controlled
by the Altos S300 series ES block (for information on the ES block refer
to page 36). This amber LED is ON when the ES block detects a power
supply fault, or it will flash when the power supply Locate feature is
selected1.
Note: The audible alarm will sound when an error is detected.
The alarm can be muted using the Alarm Mute Button.
Fault LED
1
0
I
Power OK
Power supply ‘Locate’ is a feature of Spheras Storage Manager software.
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Advanced cooling module (ACM) LEDs
The Altos S300 series has two variable speed fans per advanced cooling
module. Each of the two ACMs on the rear of the Altos S300 series
enclosure has two fault LEDs visible from the rear. The LEDs are
labeled 1 and 2 to correspond with the two fans inside the ACM
assembly. These LEDs are normally off, and will only be on when a
fault is detected in a fan by the ES block.
Note: The audible alarm will sound when an error is detected.
The alarm can be muted using the Alarm Mute Button.
Fan 1 Fault
1
2
Front of ACM
Fan1
Fan2
Fan Location within ACM
Fan 2 Fault
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4 System monitoring
5 Installing and removing
components
This chapter describes the procedures for
installing and removing the replaceable
components in the Altos S300 series.
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Location of the Components
Warning! The module handles are to facilitate the easy
insertion and removal of the modules, they should not be
used to lift and/or carry the enclosure.
14
13
12
11
10
8
9
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Enclosure
LEDs
Disk Drives
ACMs
Fans 1 & 2
Fans 3 & 4
1
1
2
2
PSU 2
I/O Module
0
I
0
I
Mute
PSU 1
Power Supplies
I/O Module
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5 Installing and removing components
Installing and removing a disk drive
carrier
The disk drive carriers are located in the front of the enclosure. Follow
these procedures to install and remove the disk drive carrier.
Push locking tab in this direction to open.
Cam Lever
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Installing a disk drive carrier
1.
Select the disk drive slot into which the disk drive carrier is to be
installed and remove the carrier blank, if there is one installed.
2.
Orient the disk drive carrier such that the LEDs are on the top.
3.
With the cam lever fully open, slide the carrier into the slot until
the lever starts to close (see figure on page 48).
4.
Fully close the cam lever. The lever is fully closed, and the drive
locked in place, when the lever clicks into position.
Removing a disk drive carrier
1.
Using your finger, release the locking tab by pressing it in the
direction shown on page 48, and pull the cam lever towards you.
2.
Fully open the cam lever (approximately 90o to enclosure).
3.
With the cam lever open, wait for at least one minute to allow the
disk drive to spin down fully before removing it.
4.
Gently, pull the disk drive carrier out of the enclosure.
Caution: Immediately replace the disk drive carrier or install a
disk drive carrier blank to maintain correct airflow.
Note: This procedure applies to installing and removing the front
enclosure LED module also.
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Installing and removing a power
supply
AC
Inlet
Handle
0
I
The power supplies are located in the rear of the enclosure. Follow
these procedures to install and remove the power supplies.
ON/OFF
Switch
Installing a Power Supply
1.
Select the power supply slot into which the power supply is to be
inserted.
2.
Orient the power supply, such that the LEDs are on the right.
3.
Gently slide the power supply into the empty power supply slot.
4.
Secure in place using the two fixing screws (torque setting 0.3Nm).
5.
Install the power cable into the power connector.
Removing a Power Supply
1.
Turn off the power supply using the switch located on the power
supply unit, and remove the power cable.
2.
Loosen the two fixing screws.
3.
Using the power supply handle, gently slide it out of the enclosure.
Caution: Immediately replace the power supply carrier after
removal to maintain correct airflow.
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Installing and removing an advanced
cooling module (ACM)
The advanced cooling modules are located in the rear of the enclosure.
Follow these procedures to install and remove the advanced cooling
modules.
LEDs
1
2
Handle
Warning! Fans continue to rotate after removal of power
from the ACM for approximately fifteen (15) seconds.
Installing an advanced cooling module (ACM)
1.
Select the advanced cooling module slot into which the module is
to be installed.
2.
Orient the module, such that the LEDs are on the right.
3.
Gently slide the ACM into the empty ACM slot.
4.
Secure in place using the two fixing screws (torque setting 0.3Nm).
Removing an advanced cooling module (ACM)
1.
Loosen the two fixing screws.
2.
Using the advanced cooling module handle, gently slide it out of
the enclosure.
Caution: Immediately replace the ACM after removal to
maintain correct airflow.
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5 Installing and removing components
Installing and removing an I/O option
module
The I/O option modules (ESM and TSM) are located in the rear of the
enclosure. Follow these procedures to install and remove the module.
Installing an I/O option module
1.
Power off the host system and enclosure.
2.
Gently insert the I/O option module into the slot.
3.
Secure in place using the two fixing screws (torque setting 0.3Nm).
4.
Connect the cables as described in page 17.
Removing an I/O option module
1.
Power off the host system and enclosure.
2.
Disconnect all cables connected to the I/O module to be removed.
3.
Loosen the two fixing screws.
4.
Using the module handle, gently slide the I/O option module out
of the slot.
Appendix A: Technical
specifications
This appendix lists the general specifications
of Altos S300.
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System
•
Drives per enclosure : Maximum of 14 drives
Redundant components
•
Two Environmental Services blocks located on the I/O modules
(one on each).
•
Two power supplies.
•
Two advanced cooling modules.
•
One front LED module.
•
Up to 14 disk drives.
•
Two independent power inlets.
Hot swappable components
•
Two power supplies, removable from the rear.
•
Two advanced cooling modules, removable from the rear.
•
One front LED module, removable from the front.
•
Up to 14 disk drives, removable from the front.
Cable lengths supported
The total external cable length1 supported is 10 meters total for a
Altos S300 series enclosure in Ultra-3 LVD and Ultra-160/m LVD.
Physical dimensions
•
Rack enclosure
•
Height: 5.22 inches (13.3cm)
•
Width: 17.5 inches (44.5cm)
•
Depth: 20 inches (50.8cm)
•
Weight: 75 lbs (34kg) maximum
Warranty
•
Three (3) years
1
Total external cable length means that the sum lenght of all external cables should not exceed 10 meters (e.g. 1x10m, 2x5m, etc.).
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Appendix A: Technical specifications
Monitoring
Temperature, advanced cooling modules, power supplies, disk drives,
and I/O option modules are all monitored by the Environmental
Services block built into the ESM and TSM.
Disk Drives
•
Support for 3.5” SCSI disk drives of 1.0” height
•
Support for 10K RPM and higher (15K, 30W/slot peak)
Power supply
•
AC power supply input
•
Input voltage: 85 - 264 VAC
•
Current rating: 10 - 5 Amps
•
Input frequency: 47 - 63 Hz
•
Maximum peak output power: 853 Watts
•
Maximum average output power: 673 Watts
Temperature
•
Operating Temperature: 5oC to +40oC
•
Storage Temperature: -40oC to +70oC
•
Maximum rate of temperature change: 20oC per hour
Humidity
•
Relative operating humidity: 10% to 80%, non-condensing
•
Relative storage humidity: 10% to 95%, non-condensing
Altitude
•
Operating Altitude: -61m to 3,047m (-200 to 10,000 feet)
•
Storage Altitude: -61m to 12,187m (-200 to 40,000 feet)
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Operational shock
Half sine shock: 3G half sine shock with a pulse duration of 11
milliseconds or less. No permanent damage will occur at or below this
level.
Operational vibration
Sinusoidal vibration from 5 to 350Hz at 0.3G (0 to peak) at a sweep
rate of 1/2 octave per minute. No permanent damage will occur at or
below this level.
Regulatory and Agency Approvals
•
•
•
Safety
•
NEMKO: CB Report
•
NEMKO: CB Certificate
•
NEMKO: Certification for NEMKO Mark
•
TUV: Report and GS Certification
•
UL: Report
•
CSA: Report / Certification
Standards
•
UL 1950
•
EN 60950
•
IEC 60950
•
CSA 22.2 No 950
EMC
•
FCC Part 15 Class A
•
Industry Canada: ICES-003 Class A
•
European Emission - EN55022 Class A
•
- Harmonics Currents/Voltage Fluctuations (EN61000-3-2, EN61000-
•
- DC Conducted (ETS300 386-2)
•
European Immunity - EN55024
•
BSMI CNS13438
3-3)
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Appendix A: Technical specifications
•
VCCI V-2/01.04
Appendix B: Safety
statements
This appendix lists the safety statements of
Altos S300.
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The following are safety statements for Altos S300:
Caution: This equipment is intended only for installation in a
restricted access location.
Achtung: Dieses Gerät sollte nur an einem Ort mit Zugangskontrolle
installiert werden.
Försiktighet: Denna utrustning får endast installeras på ställe med
begränsad åtkomst.
Varoitus: Laitteisto on tarkoitettu asennettavaksi ainoastaan
sivullisilta suojattuun paikkaan.
Forsigtig: Dette udstyr er kun beregnet til installation i et område
med begrænset adgang.
Obs: Dette utstyret er bare beregnet for installering på steder med
adgangsbegrensning.
Caution: Allow disk drives and power supplies to reach room ambient
temperature before powering on the shelf.
Achtung: Ehe Laufwerke und Netzteile an die Stromversorgung
angeschlossen werden, sollten sie sich an die Raumtemperatur
angepasst haben.
Försiktighet: Låt skivdrivenheter och strömtillförsel nå
rumstemperatur innan strömförsörjningen slås på.
Varoitus: Ennen kuin kytket virran hyllyyn sijoitettuihin levyasemiin
ja teholähteisiin, odota, että laitteet saavuttavat huoneiston
lämpötilan.
Forsigtig: Sørg for, at drev og strømforsyninger har opnået
rumtemperaturer, før strømmen tilsluttes hylden.
Obs: La diskstasjoner og strømforsyninger nå romtemperatur før du
slår på strømmen til hyllen.
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Appendix B: Safety statements
Caution: It is recommended that if interconnecting equipment
resides within more than one equipment rack cabinet, these rack
cabinets should be at the same ground potential.
Achtung: Befinden sich Verbindungselemente in mehr als einem
Rack-Gehäuse, sollten die Racks dasselbe Massepotential aufweisen.
Försiktighet: Vi rekommenderar, om förbindelseutrustning finns i
mer än ett utrustningshyllskåp, att dessa hyllskåp ligger på samma
jordpotential.
Varoitus: Jos toisiinsa yhdistettyjä laitteita sijaitsee useammassa kuin
yhdessä kehyksessä, on suositeltavaa sijoittaa kyseiset kehykset samalle
tasolle.
Forsigtig: Hvis der i mere end ét udstyrsrackkabinet er indbyrdes
forbundet udstyr, bør disse kabinetter have samme grundspænding.
Obs: Dersom sammenkoblingsutstyr er montert i mer enn ett kabinett
i utstyrsrack, anbefales det at kabinettene blir montert slik at de har
samme jordingspotensial.
Caution: Before attempting to install or remove any of the
components, ensure that anti-static precautions have been taken. The
minimum requirement is a properly grounded anti-static wrist strap
and grounding wire.
Achtung: Vor dem Entfernen oder Installieren einer Komponente
sollte sichergestellt werden, dass antistatische Vorsichtsmaßnahmen
ergriffen wurden. Mindestanforderung sind ein ordnungsgemäß
geerdetes Antistatik-Armband und ein Erdungskabel.
Försiktighet: Se till att antistatiska åtgärder vidtages innan någon av
komponenterna installeras eller avlägsnas. Minimikravet är ett
ordentligt jordat antistatiskt armband och jordledning.
Varoitus: Ennen komponenttien asentamista tai poistamista
varmista, että antistaattisista varotoimenpiteistä on huolehdittu.
Vähimmäisvaatimuksina on asianmukaisesti maadoitettu
antistaattinen rannehihna ja maadoitusjohto.
Forsigtig: Før du forsøger at installere eller fjerne en af
komponenterne, skal du tage antistatiske forholdsregler.
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Minimumskravet er en korrekt jordet, antistatisk håndledsrem og en
afleder.
Obs: Før det blir gjort forsøk på installere eller fjerne komponenter,
må det tas forholdsregler for å avverge statisk elektrisitet.
Minimumskravet er riktig jordet antistatisk håndleddstropp og
jordingsledning.
Caution: When installing or removing a rackmount shelf, remove all
power supplies and disk drives. It is recommended that you work with
at least one other person when installing a disk shelf. This is necessary
to prevent personal injury and damage to the shelf.
Achtung: Vor der Installation oder dem Entfernen eines
Rackmontagefachs müssen alle Netzteile und Laufwerke entfernt
werden. Es wird empfohlen, die Installation des Laufwerkfachs von
mindestens zwei Personen vornehmen zu lassen. Dies ist notwendig,
um Verletzungen bzw. Schäden am Fach zu vermeiden.
Försiktighet: När en utrustningshylla installeras eller avlägsnas ska all
strömtillförsel bortkopplas och alla skivdrivenheter avlägsnas. Det
rekommenderas att du arbetar med minst en person till när en
skivhylla ska installeras. Detta är nödvändigt för att förhindra
personliga skador och skador på hyllan.
Varoitus: Poista kaikki teholähteet ja levyasemat ennen hyllyn
asentamista kehykseen tai poistamista kehyksestä. Levyhyllyä
asennettaessa on suositeltavaa käyttää ainakin yhtä avustajaa. Tämä
on välttämätöntä loukkaantumisten ja hyllyn vaurioitumisen
välttämiseksi.
Forsigtig: Når en rackmonteret hylde installeres eller fjernes, skal al
strømforsyning og alle drev fjernes. Det anbefales, at der mindst er én
anden person til stede, når en drevhylde installeres. Det er nødvendigt
for at undgå personskade og beskadigelse af hylden.
Obs: Når hylle for rackmontering blir installert eller fjernet, må alle
strømforsyninger og diskstasjoner fjernes. Det anbefales at du arbeider
sammen med minst én annen person når du installerer en diskhylle.
Dette er nødvendig for å hindre personskade og skade på hyllen.
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Caution: After removing the Module the resulting hole must be
blocked by installing a blanking plate or by installing a replacement
Module. Failure to do this can disrupt airflow and seriously reduce
cooling.
Achtung: Nach dem Entfernen des Module muss die entstehende
Lücke durch eine Blende oder durch die Installation eines anderen
Module geschlossen werden. Wird dies nicht beachtet, kann es zu
Unterbrechung der Luftzufuhr und zu stark verminderter Kühlung
kommen.
Försiktighet: När en Module avlägsnas skall utrymmet som blir kvar
blockeras genom att en blindplåt installeras eller genom att sätta in en
ny Module. Ett allvarligt avbrott i luftflödet kan orsakas och därmed
reducera kylningen om detta inte görs.
Varoitus: Module-valvontayksikön poistamisen seurauksena syntyvä
aukko on peitettävä suojalevyllä tai asentamalla uusi valvontayksikkö
entisen tilalle. Muussa tapauksessa ilmavirran kulku saattaa häiriintyä,
mikä heikentää jäähdytystä merkittävästi.
Forsigtig: Når Module er fjernet, skal det hul, der opstår, dækkes. Det
gøres enten ved at påsætte en udstanset plade eller ved at installere
en anden Module til erstatning. Hvis du ikke gør det, kan det give
forstyrrelser i luftstrømningerne og reducere afkølingen alvorligt.
Obs: Når en Module er fjernet, må hullet blokkeres ved å installere en
maskeringsplate eller ved å sette inn en annen Module. Dersom dette
ikke gjøres, kan det forstyrre lufttilstrømningen og gi sterkt redusert
kjøling.
Warning! A possible shock hazard may exist in the area of the fan
connection.
Vorsicht! Im Bereich des Lüftungsanschlusses besteht
Stromschlaggefahr.
Varning! Det finns risk för elstötar i området runt fläktanslutningen.
Vaara! Tuuletinliitännän ympäristössä voi olla sähköiskun vaara.
Advarsel! Der er fare for stød i området, hvor ventilatoren er
tilsluttet.
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Advarsel! Det kan være en viss risiko for elektrisk støt i nærheten av
tilkoblingspunktet for viften.
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Index
4
H
hot swappable components
humidity 56
A
about Altos S300 3
advanced cooling modules 43
install 51
remove 51
advanced cooling modules, 50
air flow, 14
alarm buzzer 38
altitude 56
ambient 14
approvals
agency 57
regulatory 57
C
cable length 55
cabling 21
circuit overloading, 15
concentrator services module 8
Cooling 6
cooling
advanced cooling modules, 6
current, input, 15
D
delayed start 32
dimensions, enclosure 55
disk drive 5, 40, 48, 56
install 49
remove 49
dual scsi bus 23, 26
E
electrical considerations 14
emc, approvals 57
enclosure services module 7, 52
es block 20
es block ,environmental status 35
es block, environmental status 36
es block, features 36
es block, master 36
F
fan speed
fans, 6
features
6
55
J
join bus jumper 30
joined scsi bus 22, 25
jumper settings 31
L
leds, acm 43
leds, disk drive 40
leds, enclosure 39
leds, esm 20
leds, front panel 39
leds, i/o module 20
leds, power supply 42
leds, tsm 20
loading racks, 15
M
mode of operation 19
monitoring 56
mute, alarm buzzer 38
O
operating 14
option module 6,
install 52
remove 52
7
P
peak power 42
power consumption 15
power rating, 15
power supplies, 56
power supply 5, 42, 56
install 50
power output 5
remove 50
powering on 31
R
rack mounting precautions, 14
redundant components 55
remote start up 31
rma iv
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S
safety instructions vii
safety statements 59
scsi id 19
shock, operational 57
single scsi bus 22, 25
specifications 53
split scsi bus 23, 26
system monitoring 56
T
temperature 56
operating 14
Index
temperature, 14
temperature, ambient 14
terminating services module
8,
52
U
unpacking,
13
V
vibration, operational
57
W
warranty 55
Warranty/Limitation of Liability
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