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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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Checklist for Quick Installation Environment Check

Checklist for Quick Installation Environment Check

Checklist for Quick Installation Environment Check (Applicable to 5000 and 6000 Series)

To implement a correct and smooth device installation, ensure that the installation environment meets requirements before installing storage devices.

Table 4-5 lists the check items and requirements for the installation environment.

Table 4-5 Quick checklist for the installation environment

No.

Item

Requirement

1

Site selection

The site of the equipment room must be free of: high or low temperature, heavy dust, harmful gas, inflammable or explosive materials, electromagnetic interference (nearby large-sized radar station, broadcast transmitting station, or transformer station), unstable electric voltage, and large vibration or strong noise. Therefore, during the engineering design, you need to consider hydrology, geography, earthquake, electric power, and transportation conditions according to the technical requirements for communication network planning and communication devices.

2

Civil construction

The size of the equipment room must be sufficient for product installation and capacity expansion. The floor can meet the requirements for the bearing weight. The cable slot, cable ladder, and cable holes are complete or ready. The decoration is complete.

3

Operating ambient temperature

  • When the altitude ranges between –60 m (–196.8 ft.) and 1800 m (5904 ft.), the ambient temperature of controller enclosures and standard disk enclosures must be kept within 5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F), and that of high-density disk enclosures must be kept within 5°C to 35°C (41°F to 95°F).
  • When the altitude ranges between 1800 m (5904 ft.) and 3000 m (9840 ft.), the ambient temperature decreases by 1°C (1.8°F) every time the altitude increases by 220 m (721.6 ft.).
  • (Optional) When the altitude is lower than 2000 m (6561.68 ft.), the ambient temperature of Thales keyAuthority key management servers must be kept within 10°C to 40°C (50°F to 104°F). When the altitude is lower than 950 m (3116.8 ft.), the ambient temperature of SafeNet KeySecure key management servers must be kept within 10°C to 35°C (50°F to 95°F). When the altitude is higher than 900 m (2952.76 ft.), the maximum operating temperature decreases by 1°C (1.8°F) every time the altitude increases by 300 m (984.24 ft.).

4

Altitude

  • Operating altitude of disks
    • HDDs: –304.8 m to +3048 m (–999.99 ft. to +9999.99 ft.)
    • SSDs: –305 m to +3048 m (–1000.66 ft. to +9999.99 ft.)
  • Non-operating altitude of disks
    • HDDs: –305 m to +12192 m (–1000.66 ft. to +39999.51 ft.)
    • SSDs: –305 m to +12192 m (–1000.66 ft. to +39999.51 ft.)

5

Particle contaminants

  • ISOa 14644-1 Class 8
  • You are advised to ask a professional organization to monitor the particle contaminants in the equipment room.

6

Corrosive airborne contaminants

  • Copper corrosion rate: less than 300 Åb/month per ANSIc/ISAd-71.04 severity level G1.
  • Silver corrosion rate: less than 200 Å/month per ANSI/ISA-71.04 severity level G1.
  • You are advised to ask a professional organization to monitor the corrosive airborne contaminants in the equipment room.
  • The following is an example of initial evaluation for environmental corrosion risks.
    • Whether the equipment room is near any sulfurous gas emission sources, for example, porcelain factories, rubber plants, tire factories, chemical factories, sewage plants, power stations, paper mills, smelters, automobile factories, coal mines, electroplating factories, food factories, and tanneries? If yes, environmental corrosion risks may exist.
    • Whether the equipment room is near the sea, saline, sewer outlets, sewage treatment tanks, and industrial/heating boilers? If yes, environmental corrosion risks may exist.
    • Whether the equipment room was decorated in the latest six months? If yes, environmental corrosion risks may exist.
    • Whether batteries are stocked in the equipment room? Whether the storage battery leaks? If yes, environmental corrosion risks may exist.
    • Whether the equipment room is closed tightly? Whether the room windows and doors are always closed? If no, environmental corrosion risks may exist.

7

Vibration and shock

For details about how to check the vibration and shock, see Vibration and Shock.

8

Air conditioner

If the temperature in the room exceeds 35°C, you are advised to install air conditioners (which can be restarted after power-off). Do not let an air conditioner blow directly toward the devices.

9

Moisture-proof measures

If the relative humidity is greater than 70%, install a dehumidifying device, such as an air conditioner with a dehumidification function or special dehumidifier. Ensure that the equipment room is protected from water seepage and dew.

10

Heating

For an environment where the average daily temperature is lower than 5°C for at least 90 days each year, heating devices are required. For an environment where the average temperature is lower than 5°C for 60 to 90 days each year, heating devices are recommended.

11

Ventilation and heat dissipation

To ensure smooth ventilation, the cabinet should be at least 100 cm (39.4 inches) away from the walls and you should leave a clearance of at least 120 cm (47.28 inches) between the cabinets. To keep a convective air transfer between the cabinet and the equipment room, no enclosed space is allowed in the cabinet. 1 U space should be left above and below each device.

12

Dust-proof measures

For an equipment room near dust sources (such as coal mines, country roads, or farmland), use double-layer aluminum alloy windows for proper sealing and an anti-theft and fireproof door. Separate the devices from the door with a partition board to avoid dust.

13

Ground resistance

Less than 10 Ω. The distance between the top of the ground terminal and the ground should be at least 0.7 m (27.58 inches). In the cold regions, the ground terminal should be buried under the permafrost. Periodically monitor ground resistance to ensure ground effectiveness.

14

Ground lead-in

The ground bar in the equipment room should be connected to the network of ground cables. The ground lead-in should not be longer than 30 m (98.4 ft.) and should use the zinc-coated flat steel whose cross-sectional area is greater than or equal to 40 mm (1.57 inches) x 4 mm (0.157 inch). The contact point should be handled for insulation and anticorrosive purposes. The above-ground steel should be protected from mechanical damage and should be intact without soldering points for the break.

15

Lightning protection

The equipment room must be provided with lightning conductors such as a lightning rod or lightning belt. The lightning conductors share the ground bars with the protection ground cables of the equipment room.

16

AC

For details about how to check the power voltage and rated current, see Electrical Specifications.

17

High voltage DC

18

DC

The DC power distribution switches and the DC power cables in the equipment room must be installed correctly.

  • 2 U controller enclosure DC: –48 V to –60 V, ±20%, 30 A
  • 3 U and 6 U controller enclosure DC: –48 V to –60 V, ±20%, 50 A
  • Disk enclosure DC: –48 V to –60 V, ±20%, 18.5 A
NOTE:

OceanStor 5110 V5 cannot be configured with DC power.

19

Circuit breaker

To prevent other devices connected to the circuit breakers from being incorrectly powered off due to a power supply failure of the storage device, you are advised to ensure that the electric current of the circuit breakers of the external power supplies to which the storage device is connected complies with the following specifications:

  • AC power supply: not smaller than 10 A
  • DC power supply:
    • 2 U controller enclosure: not smaller than 30 A
    • 3 U and 6 U controller enclosure: not smaller than 50 A
    • Disk enclosure: not smaller than 18.5 A
NOTE:

OceanStor 5000 and 6000 series storage systems can be configured with either AC or DC power supplies except OceanStor 5110 V5.

20

AC power ground

Do not connect the neutral line of a power cable to the protection ground bar of any communication devices in the equipment room. It is recommended that you set leading-out terminals for AC safety ground in the equipment room for the connection to devices.

21

AC surge protection

The AC power system of the equipment room must be equipped with a lightning arrester with a rated discharging current no less than 20 kA. The arrester must be properly grounded.

22

DC power ground

The storage device is a type of DC-I device on which the "RTN" terminals and the ground terminal of the system chassis are separated. The DC power module of the storage device does not provide any ground terminals. Therefore, the storage device is grounded through the ground terminal of the system chassis.

23

Transmission device

The debugging of the transmission device is complete, and the capacity of the transmission device meets the engineering requirements. The protection ground of the transmission system must be securely connected to the ground bar in the equipment room.

24

Cabinet

The cabinet for installing the devices must be a standard 19-inch cabinet. The depth of the cabinet must be at least 1000 mm (39.37 inches). The depth of a cabinet for installing high-density disk enclosures must be at least 1100 mm (43.31 inches).

a: ISO is short for International Organization for Standardization.

b: Å is the international symbol for the non-SI unit ångström, a physical unit of length. One Å is equal to ten-billionth of one meter.

c: ANSI is short for American National Standards Institute.

d: ISA is short for Instrument Society of America.

In addition, perform the following operations:

  • Ensure that doors, passageways, and elevators are of adequate dimensions to allow passage of the cabinets.
  • Before installation, check whether to submit the qualification certificate of the installation company to the property management entity in charge of the installation site.
  • Confirm the delivery time and installation time in advance, for example, from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

  • Take particular care to avoid bumping into doors, walls, or shelves during transportation, relocation, or installation of storage devices.
  • Do not touch the components or uncoated metal surface of any unit with dirty gloves.
Electrical Specifications

Item

5300 V5

5500 V5

5600 V5

5800 V5

6800 V5

Power consumption

Controller enclosure

  • Max: 477 Wa/520 Wb
  • Typical: 366 Wa/399 Wb
  • Min: 317 Wa/268 Wb
  • Max: 782 W
  • Typical: 552 W
  • Min: 361 W
  • Max: 1045 W
  • Typical: 801 W
  • Min: 602 W
  • Max: 1270 W
  • Typical: 1002 W
  • Min: 640 W
  • Max: 1956 Wc/3117 Wd
  • Typical: 1149 Wc/2144 Wd
  • Min: 797 Wc/1514 Wd

2 U disk enclosure

  • Max: 323 W
  • Typical: 209 W
  • Min: 138 W

4 U disk enclosure

  • Max: 582 W
  • Typical: 406 W
  • Min: 354 W

4 U high-density disk enclosure

  • Max: 1250 W
  • Typical: 995 W
  • Min: 735 W

Power voltage and rated current

Controller enclosure

AC:

  • 100 V to 240 V, AC±10%, 10 A, single-phase, 50/60 Hz

DC:

  • –48 V to –60 V, DC±20%, 18.5 A

High voltage DC (not supported for North America and Canada)

  • High voltage DC: 240 V, DC±20%, 10 A

AC:

  • 100 V to 240 V, AC±10%, 6 A to 12 A, single-phase, 50/60 Hz
  • Supports dual-live-line input (2 W+PE), 200 V to 240 V, AC±10%

DC:

  • –48 V to –60 V, DC±20%, 30 A

High voltage DC (not supported for North America and Canada)

  • High voltage DC: 240 V, DC±20%, 6.5 A

AC:

  • 200 V to 240 V, AC±10%, 10 A, single-phase, 50/60 Hz
  • Supports dual-live-line input (2 W+PE), 200 V to 240 V, AC±10%

DC:

  • –48 V to –60 V, DC±20%, 50 A

High voltage DC (not supported for North America and Canada)

  • 240 V, DC±20%, 10 A

Disk enclosure

AC:

  • 100 V to 240 V, AC±10%, 10 A, single-phase, 50/60 Hz

DC:

  • –48 V to –60 V, DC±20%, 18.5 A

High voltage DC (not supported for North America and Canada)

  • 240 V, DC±20%, 10 A

High-density disk enclosure

AC:

  • 100 V to 127 V, AC±10%, 10 A, single-phase, 50/60 Hz
  • 200 V to 240 V, AC±10%, 5 A, single-phase, 50/60 Hz

AC power input type (socket type)

  • AC: IEC60320-C14
  • High voltage DC: IEC60320-C14
  • DC: OT-M6

Each BBU capacity/Overall power backup duration

-

16 Wh

32 Wh

32 Wh

32 Wh

Power supply by the backup power module

600 WS

-

a: Twelve 3.5-inch disks

b: Twenty-five 2.5-inch disks

c: Dual controllers

d: Four controllers

NOTE:
  • Max. power consumption configuration of a 5500 V5 controller enclosure: 256 GB memory, 25 x 2.5-inch 1.2 TB SAS disks, AC, dual controllers (each with 128 GB memory), 4 x SmartIO interface module (16 Gbit/s Fibre Channel)
  • Max. power consumption configuration of a 5600 V5 controller enclosure: 512 GB memory, 4 x 4-port 12 Gbit/s SAS, 12 x SmartIO interface module (16 Gbit/s Fibre Channel)
  • Max. power consumption configuration of a 5800 V5 controller enclosure: 1 TB memory, 4 x 4-port 12 Gbit/s SAS, 12 x SmartIO interface module (16 Gbit/s Fibre Channel)
  • Max. power consumption configuration of a 6800 V5 controller enclosure: four controllers, 2 TB memory, 4 x 12-port 12 Gbit/s SAS interface module, 16 x SmartIO interface module (16 Gbit/s Fibre Channel). Dual controllers, 2 TB memory, 4 x 12-port 12 Gbit/s SAS interface module, 8 x SmartIO interface module (16 Gbit/s Fibre Channel)

OceanStor 5110 V5 (applicable to V500R007C30)

Power

Item

5110 V5

Power consumption

Controller enclosure

  • Max: 477 Wa/520 Wb
  • Typical: 366 Wa/399 Wb
  • Min: 317 Wa/268 Wb

2 U disk enclosure

  • Max: 323 W
  • Typical: 209 W
  • Min: 138 W

4 U disk enclosure

  • Max: 582 W
  • Typical: 406 W
  • Min: 354 W

Power voltage and rated current

Controller enclosure

AC:

  • 100 V to 240 V, AC±10%, 10 A, single-phase, 50/60 Hz

High voltage DC (N/A for North America and Canada)

  • High voltage DC: 240 V, DC±20%, 10 A

Disk enclosure

AC:

  • 100 V to 240 V, AC±10%, 10 A, single-phase, 50/60 Hz

High voltage DC (N/A for North America and Canada)

  • 240 V, DC±20%, 10 A

IP switch

AC:

  • 100 V to 240 V, AC±10%, 10 A, single-phase, 50/60 Hz

AC power input type (socket type)

  • AC: IEC60320-C14
  • High voltage DC: IEC60320-C14

Power supply

Backup power module

600WS

a: Twelve 3.5-inch disks

b: Twenty-five 2.5-inch disks

Checklist for Quick Installation Environment Check (Applicable to 5000F and 6000F Series)

To implement a correct and smooth device installation, ensure that the installation environment meets requirements before installing storage devices.

Table 4-6 lists the check items and requirements for the installation environment.

Table 4-6 Quick checklist for the installation environment

No.

Item

Requirement

1

Site selection

The site of the equipment room must be free of: high or low temperature, heavy dust, harmful gas, inflammable or explosive materials, electromagnetic interference (nearby large-sized radar station, broadcast transmitting station, or transformer station), unstable electric voltage, and large vibration or strong noise. Therefore, during the engineering design, you need to consider hydrology, geography, earthquake, electric power, and transportation conditions according to the technical requirements for communication network planning and communication devices.

2

Civil construction

The size of the equipment room must be sufficient for product installation and capacity expansion. The floor can meet the requirements for the bearing weight. The cable slot, cable ladder, and cable holes are complete or ready. The decoration is complete.

3

Operating ambient temperature

  • When the altitude ranges between –60 m (–196.8 ft.) and 1800 m (5904 ft.), the room temperature of controller enclosures and disk enclosures must be kept within 5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F).
  • When the altitude ranges between 1800 m (5904 ft.) and 3000 m (9840 ft.), the ambient temperature decreases by 1°C (1.8°F) every time the altitude increases by 220 m (721.6 ft.).

4

Altitude

  • Operating altitude of disks
    • –305 m to +3048 m (–1000.66 ft. to +9999.99 ft.)
  • Non-operating altitude of disks
    • –305 m to +12192 m (–1000.66 ft. to +39999.51 ft.)

5

Particle Contaminants

  • ISOa 14644-1 Class 8
  • You are advised to ask a professional organization to monitor the particle contaminants in the equipment room.

6

Corrosive Airborne Contaminants

  • Copper corrosion rate: less than 300 Åb/month per ANSIc/ISAd-71.04 severity level G1.
  • Silver corrosion rate: less than 200 Å/month per ANSI/ISA-71.04 severity level G1.
  • You are advised to ask a professional organization to monitor the corrosive airborne contaminants in the equipment room.
  • The following is an example of initial evaluation for environmental corrosion risks.
    • Whether the equipment room is near any sulfurous gas emission sources, for example, porcelain factories, rubber plants, tire factories, chemical factories, sewage plants, power stations, paper mills, smelters, automobile factories, coal mines, electroplating factories, food factories, and tanneries? If yes, environmental corrosion risks may exist.
    • Whether the equipment room is near the sea, saline, sewer outlets, sewage treatment tanks, and industrial/heating boilers? If yes, environmental corrosion risks may exist.
    • Whether the equipment room was decorated in the latest six months? If yes, environmental corrosion risks may exist.
    • Whether batteries are stocked in the equipment room? Whether the storage battery leaks? If yes, environmental corrosion risks may exist.
    • Whether the equipment room is closed tightly? Whether the room windows and doors are always closed? If no, environmental corrosion risks may exist.

7

Vibration and shock

For details about how to check the vibration and shock, see Vibration and Shock.

8

Air conditioner

If the temperature in the room exceeds 35°C, you are advised to install air conditioners (which can be restarted after power-off). Do not let an air conditioner blow directly toward the devices.

9

Moisture-proof measures

If the relative humidity is greater than 70%, install a dehumidifying device, such as an air conditioner with a dehumidification function or special dehumidifier. Ensure that the equipment room is protected from water seepage and dew.

10

Heating

For an environment where the average daily temperature is lower than 5°C for at least 90 days each year, heating devices are required. For an environment where the average temperature is lower than 5°C for 60 to 90 days each year, heating devices are recommended.

11

Ventilation and heat dissipation

To ensure smooth ventilation, the cabinet should be at least 100 cm (39.4 inches) away from the walls and you should leave a clearance of at least 120 cm (47.28 inches) between the cabinets. To keep a convective air transfer between the cabinet and the equipment room, no enclosed space is allowed in the cabinet. 1 U space should be left above and below each device.

12

Dust-proof measures

For an equipment room near dust sources (such as coal mines, country roads, or farmland), use double-layer aluminum alloy windows for proper sealing and an anti-theft and fireproof door. Separate the devices from the door with a partition board to avoid dust.

13

Ground resistance

Less than 10 Ω. The distance between the top of the ground terminal and the ground should be at least 0.7 m (27.58 inches). In the cold regions, the ground terminal should be buried under the permafrost. Periodically monitor ground resistance to ensure ground effectiveness.

14

Ground lead-in

The ground bar in the equipment room should be connected to the network of ground cables. The ground lead-in should not be longer than 30 m (98.4 ft.) and should use the zinc-coated flat steel whose cross-sectional area is greater than or equal to 40 mm (1.57 inches) x 4 mm (0.157 inch). The contact point should be handled for insulation and anticorrosive purposes. The above-ground steel should be protected from mechanical damage and should be intact without soldering points for the break.

15

Lightning protection

The equipment room must be provided with lightning conductors such as a lightning rod or lightning belt. The lightning conductors share the ground bars with the protection ground cables of the equipment room.

16

AC

For details about how to check the power voltage and rated current, see Electrical Specifications.

17

High voltage DC

18

DC voltage (applicable to 5110F V5)

The DC power distribution switches and the DC power cables in the equipment room must be installed correctly.

  • 2 U controller enclosure DC: –48 V to –60 V, ±20%, 18.5 A
  • Disk enclosure DC: –48 V to –60 V, ±20%, 18.5 A

19

Circuit breaker

To prevent other devices connected to the circuit breakers from being incorrectly powered off due to a power supply failure of the storage device, you are advised to ensure that the electric current of the circuit breakers of the external power supplies to which the storage device is connected complies with the following specifications:

  • AC power supply: not smaller than 16 A
  • DC power supply: not smaller than 18.5 A

20

AC power ground

Do not connect the neutral line of a power cable to the protection ground bar of any communication devices in the equipment room. It is recommended that you set leading-out terminals for AC safety ground in the equipment room for the connection to devices.

21

AC surge protection

The AC power system of the equipment room must be equipped with a lightning arrester with a rated discharging current no less than 20 kA. The arrester must be properly grounded.

22

Transmission device

The debugging of the transmission device is complete, and the capacity of the transmission device meets the engineering requirements. The protection ground of the transmission system must be securely connected to the ground bar in the equipment room.

23

Cabinet

The cabinet for installing the devices must be a standard 19-inch cabinet. The depth of the cabinet must be at least 1000 mm (39.37 inches).

a: ISO is short for International Organization for Standardization.

b: Å is the international symbol for the non-SI unit ångström, a physical unit of length. One Å is equal to ten-billionth of one meter.

c: ANSI is short for American National Standards Institute.

d: ISA is short for Instrument Society of America.

In addition, perform the following operations:

  • Ensure that doors, passageways, and elevators are of adequate dimensions to allow passage of the cabinets.
  • Before installation, check whether to submit the qualification certificate of the installation company to the property management entity in charge of the installation site.
  • Confirm the delivery time and installation time in advance, for example, from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  • Take particular care to avoid bumping into doors, walls, or shelves during transportation, relocation, or installation of storage devices.
  • Do not touch the components or uncoated metal surface of any unit with dirty gloves.
Electrical Specifications

Item

5300F V5

5500F V5

5600F V5

5800F V5

6800F V5

Power consumption

Controller enclosure

  • Max: 782 W
  • Typical: 552 W
  • Min: 361 W
  • Max: 852 W
  • Typical: 632 W
  • Min: 373 W
  • Max: 1184 W
  • Typical: 940 W
  • Min: 625 W
  • Max: 1346 W
  • Typical: 1042 W
  • Min: 692 W
  • Max:
    • 1956 Wa
    • 3117 Wb
  • Typical:
    • 1149 Wa
    • 2144 Wb
  • Min:
    • 797 Wa
    • 1514 Wb

2 U disk enclosure

  • Max: 320 W
  • Typical: 192 W
  • Min: 113 W

Power voltage and rated current

Controller enclosure

AC:

  • 100 V to 240 V, AC±10%, 10 A to 12 A, single-phase, 50/60 Hz
  • Supports dual-live-line input (2 W+PE), 200 V to 240 V, AC±10%

High voltage DC (not supported for North America and Canada)

  • 240 V, DC±20%, 6.5 A

AC:

  • 200 V to 240 V, AC±10%, 10 A, single-phase, 50/60 Hz
  • Supports dual-live-line input (2 W+PE), 200 V to 240 V, AC±10%

High voltage DC (not supported for North America and Canada)

  • 240 V, DC±20%, 10 A

Disk enclosure

AC:

  • 100 V to 240 V, AC±10%, 10 A, single-phase, 50/60 Hz

High voltage DC (not supported for North America and Canada)

  • 240 V, DC±20%, 10 A

AC:

  • 100 V to 240 V, AC±10%, 10 A, single-phase, 50/60 Hz

High voltage DC (not supported for North America and Canada)

  • 240 V, DC±20%, 10 A

AC power input type (socket type)

  • AC: IEC60320-C14
  • High voltage DC: IEC60320-C14

Each BBU capacity

16 Wh

32 Wh

32 Wh

32 Wh

a: dual controllers

b: four controllers

NOTE:
  • Max. power consumption configuration of a 5300F V5 controller enclosure: 128 GB memory, 25 x 2.5-inch 960 GB SSD disks, dual controllers (each with 64 GB memory), 4 x SmartIO interface module (16 Gbit/s Fibre Channel)
  • Max. power consumption configuration of a 5500F V5 controller enclosure: 256 GB memory, 25 x 2.5-inch 960 GB SSD disks, dual controllers (each with 128 GB memory), 4 x SmartIO interface module (16 Gbit/s Fibre Channel)
  • Max. power consumption configuration of a 5600F V5 controller enclosure: 512 GB memory, 4 x 4-port 12 Gbit/s SAS, 12 x SmartIO interface module (16 Gbit/s Fibre Channel)
  • Max. power consumption configuration of a 5800F V5 controller enclosure: 1 TB memory, 4 x 4-port 12 Gbit/s SAS, 12 x SmartIO interface module (16 Gbit/s Fibre Channel)
  • Max. power consumption configuration of a 6800F V5 controller enclosure: four controllers, 2 TB memory, 4 x 12-port 12 Gbit/s SAS interface module, 16 x SmartIO interface module (16 Gbit/s Fibre Channel). Dual controllers, 2 TB memory, 4 x 12-port 12 Gbit/s SAS interface module, 8 x SmartIO interface module (16 Gbit/s Fibre Channel)

OceanStor 5110F V5 (applicable to V500R007C30)

Power

Item

5110F V5

Power consumption

Controller enclosure

  • Max: 520 W
  • Typical: 399 W
  • Min: 268 W

2 U disk enclosure

  • Max: 320 W
  • Typical: 192 W
  • Min: 113 W

Power voltage and rated current

Controller enclosure

AC:

  • 100 V to 240 V, AC±10%, 10 A, single-phase, 50/60 Hz
DC:
  • -48 V to -60 V, DC±20%, 18.5 A

High voltage DC (N/A for North America and Canada)

  • 240 V, DC±20%, 10 A

Disk enclosure

AC:

  • 100 V to 240 V, AC±10%, 10 A, single-phase, 50/60 Hz
DC:
  • -48 V to -60 V, DC±20%, 18.5 A

High voltage DC (N/A for North America and Canada)

  • 240 V, DC±20%, 10 A

IP switch

AC: 100 V to 240 V, AC±10%, 5 A, single-phase, 50/60 Hz

DC: -48 V to -60 V, DC±20%, 11 A

AC power input type (socket type)

  • AC: IEC60320-C14
  • High voltage DC: IEC60320-C14
  • DC: OT-M6

Power supply

Backup power module

600 WS

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