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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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Removing Components

Removing Components

This section describes how to remove fan modules, PSUs, management modules, switch modules, and pass-through modules from the E9000 chassis before installing the chassis.

Scenarios

If no chassis moving tool (such as an elevating ladder) is available, remove the fan modules, PSUs, management modules, switch modules, and pass-through modules from the E9000 chassis before installing the chassis. Place the removed modules in ESD bags or on an ESD floor without stacking them. When all these modules are installed in the E9000 chassis, the total weight is around 100 kg (220.5 lb), which exceeds the allowed maximum weight (68 kg or 149.94 lb) carried by four persons.

If a chassis moving tool is available, move the chassis without removing the components. However, you must remove the components before installing the chassis.

NOTE:

The allowed maximum weight must comply with local laws and regulations.

Workflow

Users do not need to strictly follow the workflow.

Figure 3-4 Process for removing the components

Procedure

  1. Determine the components to be removed.

    Figure 3-5 Slot numbers

    1E, 2X, 3X, and 4E

    Slots for installing switch modules and pass-through modules. It is recommended that pass-through modules be installed in slots 1E and 4E to facilitate cable routing.

    MM1 and MM2

    Slots for installing management modules.

    PSU 1 to PSU 6

    Slots for installing PSUs.

    (1) to (14)

    Slots for installing fan modules.

    ESD jack

    A jack for inserting the ESD wrist strap.

    PGND

    Ground terminal.

  2. Remove switch modules.

    1. Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the two M3 captive screws on a switch module. See (1) in Figure 3-6.
      Figure 3-6 Removing a switch module
    2. Completely open the two ejector levers on the switch module. See (2) in Figure 3-6.
    3. Horizontally pull the switch module out of the chassis slot. See (3) in Figure 3-6.
    4. Close the two ejector levers on the switch module. See (4) in Figure 3-6.

      Each ESD bag should hold only one management module.

    5. Place the removed switch module into an ESD bag.
    6. Repeat 2.a to 2.e to remove other switch modules.

  3. Remove pass-through modules.

    Follow 2.a to 2.e to remove pass-through modules.

  4. Remove management modules.

    1. Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the M3 captive screw on the management module. See (1) in Figure 3-7.
      Figure 3-7 Removing a management module
    2. Completely open the ejector lever on the management module. See (2) in Figure 3-7.
    3. Horizontally pull out the management module from the chassis. See (3) in Figure 3-7.
    4. Close the ejector lever on the management module. See (4) in Figure 3-7.

      Ensure that an ESD bag holds only one management module.

    5. Place the removed management module into an ESD bag.
    6. Repeat 4.a to 4.e to remove the other management module (if there are two management modules).

  5. Remove PSUs. The procedure for removing a DC PSU is the same as that for removing an AC PSU.

    1. Press the latch on the PSU. See (1) in Figure 3-8.
      Figure 3-8 Removing the PSU
    2. Horizontally pull out the PSU from the chassis. See (2) in Figure 3-8.

      Ensure that an ESD bag holds only one PSU.

    3. Place the removed PSU into an ESD bag.
    4. Repeat 1 to 3 to remove other PSUs.

  6. Remove fan modules.

    1. Hold down the latch on the inner side of the handle. See (1) in Figure 3-9.
      Figure 3-9 Removing a fan module
    2. Horizontally pull out the fan module from the chassis. See (2) in Figure 3-9.

      Ensure that an ESD bag holds only one fan module.

    3. Place the removed fan module into an ESD bag.
    4. Repeat 1 to 3 to remove other fan modules.

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