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Deze handleiding staat in het Nede rlands op de bijgevoegde cd. This publication is not meant to be a substitut e for a detailed operational and site specific development plan.
Therefor e, American P They are intended to call attention to potentia l hazards and important information. Symbols used in this manual Electrical Hazard: Indicates an electrical hazard which, if not avoided, could result in injury Caution: Keep your ha nds, clothing, and jewelr y away from moving parts.
Check the equipment for foreign objects befor Failure to remove power before servicing this equipment could result in serious injury or death.
After installation is comple te, Electrical Hazard: A ll electrical wiring must comply with local and national codes and regulations. Electrical Hazard: The equipment must be grounded do not St art-up inspection checkl ist The start-up inspection ensures that the cooling unit is operating properly after the initial start-up. This inspection ve Failure to correct this condition could cause a critical alarm. Scrolling st atus screens After start-up, the interface displays the firmware revision number of the display interface.
The display interface then scrolls auto Continue arrows. The path statement lists the main- and sub-menu items you select to navigate to the item to view or modify. Select Ye s to require a password in order to stop or start the unit. When the curser is on Operate: On Caution: This procedure must be performed by APC authorized person nel only.
Changing the settings incorrectly can cause ma lfunctions to your cooling unit. Cooling unit configuration Pat Each contact monitors a sensor and responds to changes in the state of th e sensor open or closed. Input St ate. Indicates t Assign a Name of up to 40 alpha-numeric ch aracters to this cooling unit.
Enter the Location , up to 40 alpha-numeric ch aracters, of the cooling un The co ntrol strategies employed by the cooling unit depend upon the deployment strategy of the cooling gro up. In an In-ro w environment, the cooling unit supplies consta nt-te When a compon ent is replaced, use the Reset option to reset the run hours fo r the displayed component to zero. The se rvice interval depends on environmental cleanliness.
The default is 18 weeks. Y ou can also adjust contrast, key click, b eeper volume, and beep on alarm. Change p asswords.
Set the Admin a Adjust the visibility of the screen text. Lowe r numbered settings provide darker t e xt; higher numbers provide lighte r text. Settings range from 0 — 7.
Key Click. Co nfigure the network se tti ngs for the Network Mana gement Card for this cooling unit from the display interfa ce. The management card allows remote control and configuration of the The status readings for the cooling unit are available under the Vi e w Un it St a t us option in the main menu, and status Cool Output. The combined out put of the cooling group. Cool Demand.
The cooling output required to meet the cu rrent heat load of the conditioned space. Cool Setpt. The temperature you set to ma intain the room environment. Alarms events are recorded in the log and displayed on the active alarm screens. St a tus informational events and system configuration ch anges are only displayed in the ev ent log. The number of messages in th For assistance, refer to the back page of this manual for contact information.
See page 17 for more information. Configure th e Network Management Card to control this cooling unit throug h a network. Note: Most software firewalls must be temporar ily disabled for the W izard to discover unconfigured Network Man Select a serial port at the local computer, and disable any service that uses that port.
Use the provided configuration cab le to connect the sele Choose Network from the Contr ol Console menu. Select the Administration tab, the Network option on the top menu bar , and then the Access option under Console on the left navigation menu. By de fa ult, T elnet is enabled. Enabling SSH automatically di A ll user names, passwords, and community names for SNMP are transferred over the network as plain text.
The default read community name i Connect the provided RS configuration cable to the sel After they have been filled out, save th em for future reference. W ear appropriate personal protective equipment when checking hazardous voltages. All compon ents should be moving freel T erms of warranty American Power Conversion warrant
APC ACSC101 PDF
Returns the unit to its last operating status in the event of a power failure. Horizontal airflow pattern Removes heat close to the source of generation in the hot aisle and distributes cold air to the front of the racks in the cold aisle. Scalable Architecture Cascade multiple KVM switches for a modular solution that supports multiple platforms, improving flexibility and simplifying future expansion. Fans and electronics module can be readily replaced without uninstalling the unit.
APC InRow ACSC101 Placement | Racks, Rack Accessories, & Cooling
Arashilkree Thank you for reporting translation errors to translations digitecgalaxus. Placing the unit in the row of racks moves the source of cooling closer to the heat load. Provides remote notification of failures when used with APC environmental monitoring unit or system. Allows for higher densities to be achieved by integrating containment with room, row and rack cooling system architectures. Removes heat close to the source of generation in the hot aisle and distributes cold air to the front of the racks in the cold aisle. Modular design provides scalable solutions to add cooling as demand increases. Returns and warranty No warranty.