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RH5885 V3 Server V100R003 User Guide 30

This document describes the appearance, specifications, parameters, and structure of the RH5885 V3, and how to install an OS, replace parts, and install, remove, configure, and troubleshoot the server.
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Installing an AC PSU

Installing an AC PSU

Table 5-1 describes the configuration scheme for 1200 W AC PSUs (input voltage of 100 V AC, 50/60 Hz and output power of 800 W).

Table 5-1 Configuration scheme for 1200 W AC PSUs (output power of 800 W)

Power Range

Redundancy Mode

PSU Quantity

Recommended Slot

P < 800 W

No redundancy

1

Any PSU slot

800 W < P < 1600 W

No redundancy

2

Any two PSU slots

1600 W < P < 2400 W

No redundancy

3

Any three PSU slots

2400 W < P < 3200 W

No redundancy

4

PSU1, PSU2, PSU3, and PSU4

P < 800 W

1+1 redundancy

2

Any two PSU slots

800 W < P < 1600 W

2+1 redundancy

3

Any three PSU slots

1600 W < P < 2400 W

3+1 redundancy

4

PSU1, PSU2, PSU3, and PSU4

P < 800 W

1+2 redundancy

3

Any three PSU slots

800 W < P < 1600 W

2+2 redundancy

4

PSU1, PSU2, PSU3, and PSU4

P < 800 W

1+3 redundancy

4

PSU1, PSU2, PSU3, and PSU4

Table 5-2 describes the configuration scheme for 1200 W AC PSUs (input voltage of 110 V AC to 127 V AC, 50/60 Hz and output power of 900 W).

Table 5-2 Configuration scheme for 1200 W AC PSUs (output power of 900 W)

Power Range

Redundancy Mode

PSU Quantity

Recommended Slot

P < 900 W

No redundancy

1

Any PSU slot

900 W < P < 1800 W

No redundancy

2

Any two PSU slots

1800 W < P < 2700 W

No redundancy

3

Any three PSU slots

2700 W < P < 3600 W

No redundancy

4

PSU1, PSU2, PSU3, and PSU4

P < 900 W

1+1 redundancy

2

Any two PSU slots

900 W < P < 1800 W

2+1 redundancy

3

Any three PSU slots

1800 W < P < 2700 W

3+1 redundancy

4

PSU1, PSU2, PSU3, and PSU4

P < 900 W

1+2 redundancy

3

Any three PSU slots

900 W < P < 1800 W

2+2 redundancy

4

PSU1, PSU2, PSU3, and PSU4

P < 900 W

1+3 redundancy

4

PSU1, PSU2, PSU3, and PSU4

Table 5-3 describes the configuration scheme for 1200 W AC PSUs (input voltage of 200 V AC to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz or 240 V DC and output power of 1200 W).

Table 5-3 Configuration scheme for 1200 W AC PSUs (output power of 1200 W)

Power Range

Redundancy Mode

PSU Quantity

Recommended Slot

P < 1200 W

No redundancy

1

Any PSU slot

1200 W < P < 2400 W

No redundancy

2

Any two PSU slots

2400 W < P < 3600 W

No redundancy

3

Any three PSU slots

3600 W < P < 4800 W

No redundancy

4

PSU1, PSU2, PSU3, and PSU4

P < 1200 W

1+1 redundancy

2

Any two PSU slots

1200 W < P < 2400 W

2+1 redundancy

3

Any three PSU slots

2400 W < P < 3600 W

3+1 redundancy

4

PSU1, PSU2, PSU3, and PSU4

P < 1200 W

1+2 redundancy

3

Any three PSU slots

1200 W < P < 2400 W

2+2 redundancy

4

PSU1, PSU2, PSU3, and PSU4

P < 1200 W

1+3 redundancy

4

PSU1, PSU2, PSU3, and PSU4

Table 5-4 describes the configuration scheme for 750 W AC PSUs (input voltage of 100 V AC to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz or 240 V DC and output power of 750 W).

Table 5-4 Configuration scheme for 750 W AC PSUs (output power of 750 W)

Power Range

Redundancy Mode

PSU Quantity

Recommended Slot

P < 750 W

No redundancy

1

Any PSU slot

750 W < P < 1500 W

No redundancy

2

Any two PSU slots

1500 W < P < 2250 W

No redundancy

3

Any three PSU slots

2250 W < P < 3000 W

No redundancy

4

PSU1, PSU2, PSU3, and PSU4

P < 750 W

1+1 redundancy

2

Any two PSU slots

750 W < P < 1500 W

2+1 redundancy

3

Any three PSU slots

1500 W < P < 2250 W

3+1 redundancy

4

PSU1, PSU2, PSU3, and PSU4

P < 750 W

1+2 redundancy

3

Any three PSU slots

1500 W < P < 2250 W

2+2 redundancy

4

PSU1, PSU2, PSU3, and PSU4

P < 750 W

1+3 redundancy

4

PSU1, PSU2, PSU3, and PSU4

Procedure

  1. Wear an ESD wrist strap or ESD gloves. For details, see Safety Instructions.
  2. Take the spare AC PSU out of the ESD bag.
  3. Insert the spare AC PSU into slot 1 (slot 1 is used as an example). Push the PSU into the chassis along the guide rails until you hear a sound. The PSU release button snaps into the latch so that the PSU does not move. See Figure 5-23.

    Figure 5-23 Installing a PSU

  4. Connect a power cable to a PSU.

    • If the PSU has a velcro strap, use the velcro strap to bind the power cable to the middle of the PSU handle after connecting the power cable to the PSU to prevent power cable poor contact or disconnection. See Figure 5-24.
      Figure 5-24 Connecting a power cable (secured with the PSU using a velcro strap)

    • If the PSU has a plastic clip, perform the following steps to connect the power cable:
      1. Open the plastic clip and place the power cable in the plastic clip. See step (1) in Figure 5-25. Then close the plastic clip. See step (2) in Figure 5-25.
        Figure 5-25 Connecting a power cable (secured with the PSU using a plastic clip)

      2. Open the lock of the plastic clip. See a of step (3) in Figure 5-25. Slide the plastic clip towards the PSU socket to ensure that the plastic clip is close to the connector of the power cable. See b of step (3) in Figure 5-25.

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