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HUAWEI NIP6800 Series V500 Hardware Guide

This document of the NIP6800 Series describes hardware structure, installation guide, and hardware maintenance. The content of this document includes the appearance and specifications of the product, the supported expansion cards, preparation before the installation, installation, cabling, and hardware replacement.
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Replacing the Air Filter of the NIP6860

Replacing the Air Filter of the NIP6860

This section describes the procedure for replacing the air filter on the NIP6860.


To ensure good heat dissipation and ventilation for the system and to prevent the accumulation of dust on an air filter, you need to clean the air filter regularly. It is recommended that an air filter be cleaned at least once every three months and be replaced once every year. When an air filter is placed in the dusty environment, it needs to be cleaned more frequently.

Configuring a Cleaning Cycle for the Air Filter

You can configure a cleaning cycle using the dustproof check-timer day days command in the system view.

When the air filter has already been running for a period of time, the system generates an alarm to remind you to clean the air filter. You can use the reset dustproof run-time command to clear the alarm and re-count the runtime of the air filter. The default cleaning cycle is 90 days. The value 0 indicates that the air filter monitoring is stopped.


The air filter does not have memory. All monitored information is saved on the MPU, which may be inserted, removed, switched, or replaced at any time. Therefore, the monitoring cycle may differ from the set cycle. However, this does not affect the monitoring function.


ESD wrist strap or ESD gloves


  1. Check the location of the air filter to be replaced.

    Before removing the old air filter, check its location, that is, the cabinet and chassis where the air filter resides, and then label the air filter.

  2. Put on the ESD wrist strap and connect the grounding terminal to the ESD jack on the chassis.
  3. Remove the air filter from the air intake frame.
    1. Place your fingers into the holes on both sides of the panel to pull it out of the air intake frame. Then remove the air filter from the panel of the air intake frame, as shown in Figure 3-40.

      Figure 3-40  Removing the air filter from the air intake frame on the NIP6860

  4. Install an air filter on the air intake frame.
    1. Place a clean and dry air filter onto the air intake frame and press it into place, Install the panel of the air intake frame back in its original position in the chassis, as shown in Figure 3-41.

      Figure 3-41  Installing the air filter on the air intake frame of the NIP6860

Follow-up Procedure

  • Gather up and store the tools.
  • Dispose of the replaced air filter according to the compliance and safety standards.
Updated: 2019-01-04

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