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Installation Guide

OceanStor 5000, 5000F, 6000, and 6000F V5 Series V500R007

This document is applicable to OceanStor 5110 V5, 5110F V5, 5300 V5, 5300F V5, 5500 V5, 5500F V5, 5600 V5, 5600F V5, 5800 V5, 5800F V5, 6800 V5, and 6800F V5 storage systems. It describes hardware installation of those storage systems for helping you easily and quickly finish the installation.
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Installing Ball Bearing Guide Rails (for High-Density Disk Enclosures)

Installing Ball Bearing Guide Rails (for High-Density Disk Enclosures)

After determining where to install storage devices in the cabinet, install ball bearing guide rails for supporting the high-density disk enclosures. If you do not need to install high-density disk enclosures, skip this section.

Prerequisites

Ensure that the following tools and materials are ready:

  • M3 to M6 Phillips screwdriver
  • Marker
  • M6 screw
  • M4 screw
  • M3 screw
  • installation templates
  • Ball bearing guide rail components (including ball bearing guide rails, M3 screws, M4 screws, M6 screws, and installation templates)

Context

  • The high-density disk enclosure must be installed on ball bearing guide rails. Stacking the enclosure will cause damage.
  • Ball bearing guide rails must be installed horizontally.
NOTE:

To ensure that a guide rail can be installed horizontally, it is recommended that you mark both front and rear columns where the ball bearing guide rail is to be secured before installation.

  • You are advised to install storage devices in the cabinet from bottom up.
  • Configure a pair of ball bearing guide rails for each high-density disk enclosure.
  • The ball bearing guide rails can be extended from 600 mm (23.62 in.) to 915 mm (36.02 in.).

Procedure

  1. Pull out the inner rail of the ball bearing guide rails, as shown in Figure 5-60.

    1. Pull out the inner rail until the buckle is exposed.
    2. Press the buckle and pull out the inner rail from the ball bearing guide rail, as shown in step 2 in Figure 5-60.

    Put the removed inner rail into an ESD bag. The inner rail will be used in installing a high-density disk enclosure.

    Figure 5-60 Pulling out an inner rail

    NOTE:

    For the right ball bearing guide rail, press the buckle downward. For the left ball bearing guide rail, press the buckle upward.

  2. Pull out the rail bracket of a ball bearing guide rail, as shown in Figure 5-61.

    1. Loosen the four M3 screws on the ball bearing guide rails shown in (1) of Figure 5-61.
    2. Remove the rail bracket, as shown in (2) of Figure 5-61.

    The rail bracket will be used to fix the cable manager.

    Figure 5-61 Remove a rail bracket

  3. Install the left inner rail (identified by L) of the ball bearing guide rails.

    1. Loosen the two M4 screws on the external rail of the ball bearing guide rail, adjust the length of ball bearing guide rail.
      Figure 5-62 Loosen screws

      NOTE:

      Align the ball bearing guide rails with the mounting bar of the cabinet in advance. If the distance is not longer than 10 mm (0.39 in.) between the front and rear brackets of the ball bearing guide rails and the front and rear ends of the mounting bar, loosen the two M4 screws on the external rail of the ball bearing guide rail (pull out the middle guide rail to expose the two M4 screws on the ball bearing guide rail.), as shown in Figure 5-62. If the distance is longer than 10 mm (0.39 in.), remove the two M4 screws and align the distance.

    2. Align the bottom edge of the ball bearing guide rail with the U scales on the front mounting bar, and insert the front positioning pins of the ball bearing guide rail into the square holes. Use M6 screws to fix the front bracket of the ball bearing guide rail, as shown in Figure 5-63.
    3. Stretch the rear bracket of the ball bearing guide rail and insert the rear positioning pins into the square holes of the rear mounting bar. Use M6 screws to secure the guide rail in place, as shown in Figure 5-63.
      Figure 5-63 Installing a ball bearing guide rail

    4. Fasten the two M4 screws on the ball bearing guide rail, as shown in Figure 5-64.
    Figure 5-64 Fasten screws

  4. Install the right inner rail (identified by R) of the ball bearing guide rails.

    The installation method of the right inner rail is similar to 3.

  5. Install the ball bearing guide rail bracket, as shown in Figure 5-65.

    1. Install the rail bracket and slide the bracket to the ball bearing guide rail, as shown in step 1 in Figure 5-65.
    2. Fasten the four M3 screws on the ball bearing guide rail, as shown in step 2 in Figure 5-65.
    NOTE:

    Fasten two screws at the top and bottom of the bracket of the ball bearing guide rail, respectively.

    Figure 5-65 Installing a ball bearing guide rail bracket

  6. After the installation, use the installation templates to check the distance between the left and right guide rails, and ensure that the template can snatch into the ball bearing guide rails, as shown in Figure 5-66.

    NOTE:

    If the installation templates cannot snatch into the guide rails, loosen the M6 screws no the guide rails and mounting bars, and slightly adjust the distance between the left and right guide rails. After the installation templates successfully snatch into the guide rails, fix the M6 screws.

    Figure 5-66 Insert installation templates

  7. Check the installation of the ball bearing guide rails.

    1. In front of the cabinet, check whether the ball of the ball bearing guide rail is placed at the most front end of the middle rail. If not, slide it to the most front end of the middle rail, as shown in Figure 5-67.
      Figure 5-67 Slide the ball to the most front end of the middle rail

    2. Check whether the middle rail of the ball bearing guide rail is completed inserted, that is, the edges of the middle rail and external rail are at the same vertical plane, as shown in Figure 5-68.
    NOTE:

    If the middle guide rail is not in place, high-density disk enclosures may fail to be pushed in or pulled out smoothly later. Release the inner rail latch to push the rail into the guide rail.

    Figure 5-68 Sliding the middle rail to align it with the edges of the external rail

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