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Document version: 6W100-20200320

 

Copyright © 2020 New H3C Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.

No part of this manual may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without prior written consent of New H3C Technologies Co., Ltd.

Except for the trademarks of New H3C Technologies Co., Ltd., any trademarks that may be mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners.

The information in this document is subject to change without notice.


Contents

Overview·· 1

Cabinet views· 2

47U DP type network cabinet 2

42U68 DP type network cabinet 3

42U DP type server cabinet 4

Cabinet structure· 4

Preparing for installation· 6

Space· 6

47U DP type network cabinet and 42U DP type server cabinet 6

42U68 DP type network cabinet 8

Installation tools· 8

Installing the cabinet on a concrete floor 9

Installation flowchart 9

Determining installation hole locations· 9

Drilling holes· 11

Installing expansion anchors· 12

Leveling the cabinet 13

Fixing the cabinet 15

Performing the insulation resistance test 16

Verify the installation· 16

Installing the cabinet on an anti-static floor 17

Installation flowchart 17

DP cabinet support 17

Views· 18

Technical specifications· 19

Assembling the DP cabinet support 19

Determining the hole locations for the DP cabinet support 21

Determining the hole locations by using the cabinet floor plan· 21

Determining the hole locations by using the drill hole template· 22

Drilling holes· 23

Attaching the DP cabinet support to the ground· 23

Installing the cabinet on the DP cabinet support 23

Performing the insulation resistance test 24

Verify the installation· 24

Grounding the cabinet 26

Installing cabinet accessories· 27

Installation tools· 27

Installing the cabinet bottom panel 27

Installing rack panels· 28

Joining cabinets into a suite· 29

Installing slide rails· 31

Installing DC input terminal blocks· 31

Installing power distribution units· 32

PDUs· 32

Installing PDUs· 33

Obtaining documentation· 37

 


Overview

H3C provides the following 19-inch cabinets that comply with IEC-60297-3-100, GB/T 19520.16, and EIA-310-D standards.

Table 1 H3C 19-inch cabinets

Cabinet name

Cabinet model

Dimensions (H × W × D)

Remarks

47U DP type network cabinet

RACK-47U612-NA

2200 × 600 × 1200 mm (86.61 × 23.62 × 47.24 in)

The height excludes the casters.

42U68 DP type network cabinet

RACK-42U68-NA

2200 × 600 × 800 mm (86.61 × 23.62 × 31.50 in)

The height excludes the casters.

42U DP type server cabinet

RACK-DP42U612-SA

2200 × 600 × 1200 mm (86.61 × 23.62 × 47.24 in)

The height excludes the casters.

 

The cabinets can be assembled and have the following features:

·     You can adjust the distance between the front and rear cabinet posts in increments of 25 mm (0.98 in).

·     The static load capacity of the cabinet is 1000 kg (2204.59 lb). The omnidirectional wheels installed at the bottom facilitate cabinet moving and allow you to move the cabinet over a ramp with an angle smaller than or equal to 10 degrees.

·     With perforated doors installed at the front and rear of the cabinet, the cabinet supports front-to-rear airflow with the ventilation rate greater than 80%.

Cabinet views

47U DP type network cabinet

Figure 1 47U DP type network cabinet view

 

42U68 DP type network cabinet

Figure 2 42U68 DP type network cabinet view

 

42U DP type server cabinet

Figure 3 42U DP type server cabinet

 

Cabinet structure

The structures of the 47U DP type network cabinet and 42U68 DP type network cabinet are similar. The following uses the 47U DP type network cabinet for illustration.

Figure 4 Cabinet structure (47U DP type network cabinet)

(1) Top cover

(2) Rear cabinet door

(3) Right cabinet door

(4) Front cabinet door

(5) Cabinet frame

(6) Cabinet post

(7) Caster

(8) Left cabinet door


 

Preparing for installation

Space

To facilitate servicing, plan and reserve enough clearance around the cabinet.

You can use a 47U DP type network cabinet in standalone or join multiple 47U DP type network cabinets into a suite. You can use a 42U DP type server cabinet in standalone or join multiple 42U DP type server cabinets into a suite. A 42U68 DP type network cabinet can only be used in standalone.

The space requirements for a 47U DP type network cabinet and a 42U DP type server cabinet is similar.

47U DP type network cabinet and 42U DP type server cabinet

Figure 5 Space requirements for a standalone 47U DP type network cabinet or 42U DP type server cabinet

(1) Interior wall or object for reference

(2) Cabinet rear

(3) Cabinet outline

 

Figure 6 Space requirements for two 47U DP type network cabinets or 42U DP type server cabinets in a suite

(1) Interior wall or object for reference

(2) Cabinet rear

(3) Cabinet outline

 

42U68 DP type network cabinet

Figure 7 Space requirements for a standalone 42U68 DP type network cabinet

(1) Interior wall or object for reference

(2) Cabinet rear

(3) Cabinet outline

 

Installation tools

When installing the cabinet, you might need the following tools as shown in Figure 8.

Figure 8 Installation tools

 


Installing the cabinet on a concrete floor

Installation flowchart

Figure 9 Installation flowchart

 

Determining installation hole locations

1.     According to the cabinet locations on the equipment room floor plan and the cabinet's levelling feet locations, determine the cabinet installation hole locations.

2.     Use a tap measure to locate several points and draw two lines parallel to the wall or reference object.

3.     Identify and mark the first expansion anchor installation hole and levelling foot location on the lines as designed.

4.     Identify and mark the other expansion anchor installation hole and levelling feet locations.

5.     Measure and verify the hole distance.

Figure 10 Installation hole locations for a standalone 47U DP type network cabinet or 42U DP type server cabinet

(1) Levelling foot location

(2) Expansion anchor installation hole location

(3) Cabinet outline

 

Figure 11 Installation hole locations for a 42U68 DP type network cabinet

(1) Levelling foot location

(2) Location of expansion anchor installation hole

(3) Cabinet outline

 

Figure 12 Installation hole locations for two 47U DP type network cabinets or 42U DP type server cabinets in a suite

(1) Levelling foot location

(2) Location of expansion anchor installation hole

(3) Cabinet outline

 

Drilling holes

CAUTION

CAUTION:

·     For a sturdy and slippery concrete floor, use a punch to create a hole to help locate the drill bit.

·     Keep the drill bit perpendicular to the ground and hold the drill handle tightly with both hands when drilling holes.

·     Make sure the depths of four holes are the same.

 

To drill holes on the concrete floor:

1.     Use a hammer drill with a Ф16 mm (0.63 in) drill bit to drill four holes with a depth of 52 to 60 mm (2.05 to 2.36 in) at the marked locations.

2.     Use a vacuum cleaner to vacuum the dust in or around the holes, as shown in Figure 13.

Figure 13 Drilling a hole

 

Installing expansion anchors

CAUTION

CAUTION:

·     To install and fasten the expansion anchor properly, first insert the expansion wedges into the guide grooves.

·     Tap an expansion anchor into a hole until the expansion sleeve is fully inserted into the hole.

 

Figure 14 Expansion anchor

(1) Spring washer

(2) Flat washer

(3) Bolt

(4) Expansion sleeve

(5) Guide groove

(6) Expansion wedge

(7) Expansion cone

 

To install an expansion anchor:

1.     Turn the spring washer, flat washer, and bolt clockwise until the expansion wedges cannot be pulled out of the guide groove completely.

2.     Vertically insert the expansion anchor into the hole and tap the expansion anchor with a claw hammer until the expansion sleeve is fully inserted into the hole, as shown in Figure 15.

3.     Use a wrench to fasten the expansion anchor until the expansion anchor is fully expanded.

4.     Remove the spring washer, flat washer, and bolt, as shown in Figure 16.

Figure 15 Installing an expansion anchor

 

Figure 16 Removing the spring washer, flat washer, and bolt

 

Leveling the cabinet

1.     Move the cabinet to the planned location by using the casters.

2.     Remove the casters from the cabinet, as shown in Figure 17.

Figure 17 Removing the casters from the cabinet

 

3.     Attach the levelling feet to the cabinet bottom, as shown in Figure 18.

Figure 18 Installing levelling feet

 

4.     Align the levelling feet of the cabinet with the levelling foot location marked on the ground.

Figure 19 Installation hole locations

(1) Levelling foot location

(2) Expansion anchor installation hole location

(3) Cabinet outline

 

5.     Place levels on the cabinet top cover in two mutually perpendicular directions. If the cabinet is not level, use an adjustment wrench to adjust the levelling feet.

Fixing the cabinet

Use stabilizer brackets to fix the cabinet to the concrete floor. A stabilizer bracket is composed of a stabilizer and an expansion anchor.

Figure 20 Stabilizer bracket

(1) Nut

(2) Spring washer

(3) Flat washer

(4) Stabilizer

(5) Expansion cone

(6) Expansion sleeve

(7) Stabilizer hole

(8) Stabilizer groove

 

To fix the cabinet:

1.     As shown in Figure 21, attach stabilizers to the levelling foot.

Four stabilizers are required for fixing a cabinet.

Figure 21 Installing stabilizers

 

2.     Align the stabilizer holes with the expansion anchor holes on the ground and then insert the expansion anchors into the expansion anchor holes.

3.     Fasten the expansion anchors to a torque of 50 Nm by using a torque wrench.

Performing the insulation resistance test

Select the megohm range for the multimeter and then measure the resistance between a stabilizer and its expansion anchor.

·     If the measured resistance is greater than 5 megohms, the installation meets the insulation requirements.

·     If the resistance is no greater than 5 megohms, perform the following steps:

a.     Remove all stabilizer brackets to check whether all insulation sleeves or insulation pads are installed or whether the insulation parts are damaged.

b.     Reinstall the stabilizer bracket and repeat the insulation resistance test.

Verify the installation

After the installation, make sure the cabinet meets the following requirements:

·     The cabinet arrangement, installation locations, and orientations meet the requirements of the engineering design plan.

·     Each cabinet is perpendicular to the ground in all directions. The horizontal or vertical deviation must not be greater than 3 mm (0.12 in).

·     The cabinets alongside the main aisle are aligned with the deviation of no more than 5 mm (0.20 in). The cabinets in rows are aligned closely, neatly and properly.


Installing the cabinet on an anti-static floor

Installation flowchart

Figure 22 Installation flowchart

 

DP cabinet support

To facilitate flooring and wiring in the equipment room, you need to elevate the cabinets. If no steel supports exist in the equipment room, you can purchase DP cabinet supports as required.

Views

The H3C universal cabinets currently support the RACK-CE-DP-A, RACK-CE-DP-B, and RACK-CE-DP-C DP cabinet supports, as shown in Figure 23, Figure 24, and Figure 25, respectively.

Figure 23 RACK-CE-DP-A DP cabinet support

 

Figure 24 RACK-CE-DP-B DP cabinet support

 

Figure 25 RACK-CE-DP-C DP cabinet support

 

Technical specifications

Table 2 Technical specifications

DP cabinet support model

Compatible antistatic floor height

DP cabinet support width

Compatible cabinet depth

RACK-CE-DP-A

270 to 410 mm (10.63 to 16.14 in)

600 mm (23.62 in)

800 mm (31.50 in)

1000 mm (39.37 in)

1100 mm (43.31 in)

1200 mm (47.24 in)

RACK-CE-DP-B

410 to 700 mm (16.14 to 27.56 in)

RACK-CE-DP-C

700 to 1200 mm (27.56 to 47.24 in)

 

 

NOTE:

The only difference between different DP cabinet brackets is the compatible antistatic floor height. The following procedures in this chapter use the RACK-CE-DP-A DP cabinet support for illustration.

 

Assembling the DP cabinet support

1.     Measure the distance between the concrete floor and the upper surface of the antistatic floor with a ruler.

Figure 26 Measuring the antistatic floor height

 

2.     Adjust the height of the DP cabinet support based on the measured height, and then pre-fasten the height locking bolts, as shown by callout 1 in Figure 27.

3.     Adjust the depth of the DP cabinet support based on the cabinet depth, and fasten the bolts on the telescopic rods with a torque wrench to a torque of 13 Nm. See callout 2 in Figure 27.

4.     Use a level to check whether the DP cabinet support is level, as shown by callout 3 in Figure 27.

If the DP cabinet support is not level, loosen the height locking bolts and adjust the height of the DP cabinet support, as shown by callout 4 in Figure 27.

5.     Fasten the height locking bolts to a torque of 50 Nm by using a torque wrench.

Figure 27 Assembling the DP cabinet support

 

Determining the hole locations for the DP cabinet support

Determining the hole locations by using the cabinet floor plan

1.     According to the cabinet floor plan and DP cabinet support dimensions, determine the installation location for a DP cabinet support.

2.     Use a tap measure to locate several points and then draw two lines spaced at 460 mm (18.11 in) parallel to the wall or reference object.

3.     Identify and mark the first expansion anchor installation hole on the lines as designed.

4.     Identify and mark the other expansion anchor installation hole locations.

5.     Place the DP cabinet support on the ground to verify the hole locations and hole distance.

Figure 28 Installation hole locations for a 47U DP type network cabinet support or a 42U DP type server cabinet support

(1) Installation hole location for the DP cabinet support

(2) Cabinet rear

(3) Cabinet outline

(4) Interior wall or object for reference

 

Figure 29 Installation hole locations for a 42U68 DP type network cabinet support

(1) Installation hole location for the DP cabinet support

(2) Cabinet rear

(3) Cabinet outline

(4) Interior wall or object for reference

 

Determining the hole locations by using the drill hole template

1.     Place the drill hole template at the planned installation location for the DP cabinet support on the ground.

2.     Mark the installation holes for expansion anchors on the ground according to the template.

Figure 30 Drill hole template for a 47U DP type network cabinet support or a 42U DP type server cabinet support

 

Figure 31 Drill hole template for a 42U68 DP type network cabinet support

 

Drilling holes

For more information, see "Drilling holes."

Attaching the DP cabinet support to the ground

1.     Align the holes of the DP cabinet support with the expansion anchor holes on the concrete floor.

2.     Take out the bolt, spring washer, and flat washer out of the expansion anchor accessory kit, and assemble the four expansion anchors.

3.     Insert the expansion anchors into the expansion anchor holes on the ground, as shown in Figure 32.

4.     Fasten the four expansion anchors to a torque of 50 N-m by using a torque wrench.

Figure 32 Attaching the DP cabinet support to the ground

 

Installing the cabinet on the DP cabinet support

CAUTION

CAUTION:

Stagger the bolt fastening to reduce the stress between the bolts and the cabinet.

 

To install the cabinet on the DP cabinet support:

1.     Lift the cabinet and place it on the DP cabinet support with the installation holes on the cabinet in alignment with that on the DP cabinet support. See Figure 33.

Use multiple persons to lift the cabinet.

2.     Take out the bolt, spring washer, and flat washer out of the expansion anchor accessory kit, and assemble the four expansion anchors.

3.     Insert the expansion anchors into the cabinet installation holes through the installation holes in the DP cabinet support, as shown in Figure 33.

4.     Fasten the expansion anchors in a staggered manner to a torque of 50 Nm by using a torque wrench.

Figure 33 Installing the cabinet on the DP cabinet support

 

Performing the insulation resistance test

Select the megohm range for the multimeter and then measure the resistance between a DP cabinet support and the cabinet.

·     If the measured resistance is greater than 5 megohms, the installation meets the insulation requirements.

·     If the resistance is no greater than 5 megohms, perform the following steps:

a.     Remove the DP cabinet support to check whether all insulation parts are installed or whether the insulation parts are damaged.

b.     Attach the cabinet to the DP cabinet support again and then repeat the insulation resistance test.

Verify the installation

After the installation, make sure the cabinet meets the following requirements:

·     The cabinets are placed according to the engineering design plan.

·     The bolts for securing between the DP cabinet support and the ground and between the DP cabinet support and the cabinet are installed correctly. The spring washers and flat washers are installed in the correct order.

·     The cabinets are aligned closely and neatly with a vertical deviation of less than 3 mm (0.12 in).

·     With the cabinet doors installed, the cabinets alongside the main aisle are aligned with a deviation of less than 5 mm (0.20 in).

·     The bolts in the cabinet are installed with flat washers and spring washers and the bolts are fastened.

·     No deformation exists on the components of the cabinet.


Grounding the cabinet

1.     Connect the grounding cable of the device and the cabinet to the grounding strip in the cabinet.

The cabinet comes with a grounding strip installed on it.

2.     Connect the grounding strip in the cabinet to the grounding strip in the equipment room.

Figure 34 Grounding strip

(1) Grounding strip

(2) Grounding cable

 


Installing cabinet accessories

Installation tools

When installing the cabinet accessories, you might need the following tools as shown in Figure 35.

Figure 35 Installation tools

 

Installing the cabinet bottom panel

You can use the cabinet bottom panel to close the air duct at the cabinet bottom, as shown in Figure 36. Four cable holes with a diameter of 100 mm (3.94 in) are reserved in the cabinet bottom panel for threading cables. The holes are covered by hole plugs.

Figure 36 Cabinet bottom panel

(1) Cable hole

 

To install the cabinet bottom panel:

1.     Press the bottom panel into the cabinet bottom, with the installation holes in the bottom panel aligning with that in the cabinet frames, as shown in Figure 37.

2.     Insert the Phillips screws into the installation holes and use a Phillips screwdriver to fasten the Phillips screws.

Figure 37 Installing the cabinet bottom panel

 

Installing rack panels

You can use the rack panels to fill the empty U-spaces of the rack. Rack panels support quick installation without using screws. The rack panels are divided into 1U rack panel and 2U rack panel, as shown in Figure 38 and Figure 39, respectively.

Figure 38 1U rack panel

 

Figure 39 2U rack panel

 

To install a rack panel:

1.     Determine the rack panel installation location on the cabinet posts. A 1U and 2U rack panel occupies one and two RU space, respectively.

2.     Holding the rack panel with both hands, align the projections with the square holes in the cabinet posts and press the rack panel until the plastic locking tabs lock in position.

Figure 40 Installing the rack panel

 

Joining cabinets into a suite

To join two or more cabinets into a suite, you need to use joining plates and baying clamps, as shown in Figure 41 and Figure 42, respectively. The 47U DP type network cabinet and 42U DP type server cabinet support the RACK-CNT-DPBC-1 and RACK-BC-DP62421225 joining plates, respectively. The two joining plates are different in dimensions but the installation method for them is similar.

Figure 41 Joining plates

(1) Upper joining plate

(2) Lower joining plate

 

Figure 42 Baying clamp

 

To join cabinets into a suite:

1.     Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the fastening screws on the side panels of the cabinet, and then remove the side panels and 12 hinges, as shown in Figure 43.

To join two cabinets into a suite, remove the left panel from the cabinet at the right and the right panel from the cabinet at the left.

Figure 43 Removing the side panels

 

2.     Install the joining plates to one side of the cabinet, as shown by callout 1 in Figure 44.

3.     Fix the cabinets to the DP cabinet supports or the concrete floor, as shown by callout 2 in Figure 44.

4.     At the blank space of the joining plates, align the installation holes in the baying clamps with installation holes in the cabinet frames of the cabinets at both sides.

5.     Insert the M5 Phillips pan head self tapping screws into the holes and fasten the screws.

Figure 44 Joining cabinets into a suite

 

Installing slide rails

For information about installing H3C 1U slide rails, see H3C LSXM1BSR 1U Bottom-Support Rails Installation Guide (available at http://www.h3c.com/en/Support/Resource_Center/EN/Switches/Catalog/S12500X-AF/S12500X-AF/Technical_Documents/Install/Installation_Guides/H3C_LSXM1BSR_1U_Bottom-Support_IG-6PW102/).

For more information about installing H3C 2U slide rails, see H3C 2RU Slide Rails Installation Guide (available at http://www.h3c.com/en/Support/Resource_Center/EN/Switches/Catalog/S12500X-AF/S12500X-AF/Technical_Documents/Install/Installation_Guides/H3C_2RU_Slide_Rails_IG-6PW103/).

For more information about installing LSVM1BSR10 slide rails, see H3C LSVM1BSR10 Adjustable Slide Rails Installation Guide (available at http://www.h3c.com/en/Support/Resource_Center/HK/Switches/H3C_S9800/H3C_S9800/Technical_Documents/Install/Installation_Guides/H3C_LSVM1BSR10_IG-6PW102/).

Installing DC input terminal blocks

For more information about installing DC power supplies, see H3C S12500-X DC Input Terminal Block User Manual (available at http://www.h3c.com/cn/Service/Document_Software/Document_Center/Switches/Catalog/S12500/S12500-X/Installation/Installation_Manual/H3C_S12500-X_ZLPD_UM-6PW101/).

Installing power distribution units

PDUs

Power distribution units (PDUs) in the cabinet enable secure, reliable, and neat power distribution and professional power supply maintenance.

The four PDUs P111-32X-4E2G-D, PDU-96A-6C19, P411-32X-4G-D1, and P411-32X-10E2G-D1 are available for your choice.

P111-32X-4E2G-D

You can install a required number of P111-32X-4E2G-D PDUs on a standard 19-inch cabinet as needed.

Figure 45 P111-32X-4E2G-D view

 

Table 3 Technical specifications

Item

Description

Connector

·     4 × C13 connectors

·     2 × C19 connectors

Max output current of a connector

·     C13: 10 A

·     C19: 16 A

Max current capacity of the PDU

32 A

 

PDU-96A-6C19

You can install a maximum of four PDU-96A-6C19 PDUs on a standard 19-inch cabinet. You can use PDU brackets to install the PDU vertically on the cabinet.

Figure 46 PDU-96A-6C19 view

 

Table 4 Technical specifications

Item

Description

Connector

6 × C19 connectors

Max output current of a connector

16 A

Max current capacity of the PDU

96 A

 

P411-32X-4G-D1

You can install a required number of P411-32X-4G-D1 PDUs on a standard 19-inch cabinets as needed.

Figure 47 P411-32X-4G-D1 view

 

Table 5 Technical specifications

Item

Description

Connector

4 × C19 connectors

Max output current of a connector

16 A

Max current capacity of the PDU

32 A

 

P411-32X-10E2G-D1

You can install a required number of P411-32X-10E2G-D1 PDUs on a standard 19-inch cabinet as needed. You can use PDU brackets to install the PDU vertically on the cabinet.

Figure 48 P411-32X-10E2G-D1 view

 

Table 6 Technical specifications

Item

Description

Connector

·     10 × C13 connectors

·     2 × C19 connectors

Max output current of a connector

·     C13: 10 A

·     C19: 16 A

Max current capacity of the PDU

64 A

 

Installing PDUs

WARNING

WARNING!

Before installing PDUs, make sure all switches of the external power supply devices are off.

 

CAUTION

CAUTION:

·     Determine the locations for the PDU brackets on the cabinet posts according to the PDU height.

·     If you install a PDU vertically on a cabinet, make sure the PDU does not cross the cabinet beam.

·     To install a PDU vertically on a cabinet, make sure the distance between installation holes of the upper and lower PDU brackets is greater than the PDU height.

 

Installing PDUs horizontally

The P111-32X-4E2G-D PDUs and P411-32X-4G-D1 PDUs can be installed horizontally and the installation procedure is similar for them. The following installs P111-32X-4E2G-D PDUs horizontally.

To install a PDU horizontally:

1.     Determine the PDU installation location on the cabinet posts.

2.     Mark the PDU location on the cabinet posts and install cage nuts in all marked square holes, as shown in Figure 49.

Figure 49 Installing cage nuts

 

3.     Align the upper and lower installation holes of each PDU mounting ear with the cage nut installation holes in the cabinet posts, and use two mounting screws to secure the PDU to the cabinet posts. See Figure 50.

Reserve a minimum of 1U distance between two PDUs and connect the wires in the correct order, as shown in Figure 51.

Figure 50 Installing a P111-32X-4E2G-D PDU horizontally

 

Figure 51 Installing two P111-32X-4E2G-D PDUs horizontally

 

Installing a PDU vertically

The PDU-96A-6C19 PDUs and P411-32X-10E2G-D1 PDUs can be installed vertically and the installation procedure is similar for them. The following installs a PDU-96A-6C19 PDU vertically.

To install a PDU vertically on a cabinet post:

1.     Determine the PDU bracket installation locations on the cabinet post.

2.     Mark the PDU bracket installation locations on the cabinet post and install cage nuts in all marked square holes, as shown in Figure 49.

3.     Align the installation holes of each PDU bracket with the cage nut installation holes in the cabinet post, and use two mounting screws to secure the PDU bracket to the cabinet post.

If you need to use slide rails to install a device in the cabinet, beware of the PDU brackets in the cabinet posts.

4.     Attach the PDU to the PDU brackets.

¡     To install the PDU on the right cabinet post, align the two left installation holes of the PDU with that in the PDU bracket and use screws to secure the PDU to the bracket. Then use the same method to secure the other end of the PDU to the cabinet.

¡     To install the PDU on the left cabinet post, align the two right installation holes of the PDU with that in the PDU bracket and use screws to secure the PDU to the bracket. Then use the same method to secure the other end of the PDU to the cabinet.

Figure 52 Installing a PDU-96A-6C19 vertically on a cabinet post

 

To install a PDU on a side panel:

5.     Determine and mark the PDU installation location on the side panel.

6.     Align the PDU installation holes with the nut installation holes in the side panel, and use two mounting screws to secure one end of the PDU to the side panel. Then use the same method to secure the other end of the PDU to the side panel.

Figure 53 Installing a PDU-96A-6C19 vertically on a side panel

 


Obtaining documentation

To obtain the latest documentation, visit H3C website at http://www.h3c.com/en/Support/Resource_Center/Technical_Documents/.