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E9000 Server V100R001 User Guide 24

This document describes the overview, functions, structure, installation, and configuration methods of the E9000.
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Installing the Chassis

Installing the Chassis

During operations, wear protective gloves to prevent personal injury.

The E9000 chassis provides two rows of holes for installing front mounting ears. By default, front mounting ears are installed on the front row of holes.

If the cabinet depth is less than or equal to 1000 mm or 39.37 in. (such as Huawei N610E-22 cabinet), the space in the rear of the chassis is insufficient for connecting power cables for PDUs. In this case, remove the front mounting ears from the front row of holes and install them on the rear row, enlarging the clearance in the rear of the chassis by 40 mm (1.57 in.).

Figure 3-10 Holes for installing front mounting ears

Procedure

  1. Use the installation template delivered with the chassis to locate the installation positions of floating nuts.

    Figure 3-11 Locating the installation positions of floating nuts

  2. Install floating nuts.

    Figure 3-12 Installing a floating nut

  3. Install adjustable guide rails. Then install the stabilizing bracket to stabilize the guide rails and prevent them from being bent.

    Figure 3-13 Installing adjustable guide rails and the stabilizing bracket

    The meanings of the identifiers on the inner sides of the guide rails are as follows:

    • F/L: The guide rail is to be installed on the left side of the cabinet, and the end marked with the identifier is the front end of the guide rail.
    • F/R: The guide rail is to be installed on the right side of the cabinet, and the end marked with the identifier is the front end of the guide rail.

    The requirements for cabinet dimensions are listed as follows:

    • For a 1200 mm (47.24 in.) deep cabinet, the minimum internal width of the cabinet must be greater than 473 mm (18.62 in.); the distance between the front mounting bar and the front inner side must be 65 mm (2.56 in.) to 115 mm (4.53 in.); the distance between the front and rear mounting bars must be 689 mm (27.13 in.) to 929 mm (36.57 in.). The recommended guide rail is 21240817, which does not occupy extra space.
    • For a 1100 mm (43.31 in.) deep cabinet, the minimum internal width of the cabinet must be greater than 473 mm (18.62 in.); the distance between the front mounting bar and the front inner side must be 65 mm (2.56 in.) to 115 mm (4.53 in.); the distance between the front and rear mounting bars must be 689 mm (27.13 in.) to 929 mm (36.57 in.). The recommended guide rail is 21240817, which does not occupy extra space.
    • For a 1000 mm (39.37 in.) deep cabinet, the minimum internal width of the cabinet must be greater than 449 mm (17.68 in.); the distance between the front mounting bar and the front inner side must be 65 mm (2.56 in.) to 115 mm (4.53 in.); the distance between the front and rear mounting bars must be 500 mm (19.69 in.) to 858 mm (33.78 in.). The recommended guide rail is 21241598, which occupies 1U space.
    Figure 3-14 Minimum internal width of the cabinet and the distance between the front and rear mounting bars

  4. Install the chassis.

    Figure 3-15 Installing the chassis
    • You are advised to familiar yourself with the precautions and warnings on the chassis. Misoperations can cause personal injury or equipment damage.
    • When carrying a chassis with bare hands, ensure that the chassis is empty or contains only fan modules.
    • If the position for installing the device is higher than your shoulders, use a stacker to lift the device to prevent personal injury and equipment damage.
    Figure 3-16 Misoperations

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Updated: 2019-08-30

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