Before powering up your LaCie 12big Rack Serial 2 please ensure that all the modules are firmly seated in their correct bays.
Follow the procedure below to Power On the enclosure.
The PCM incorporates the following LEDs:
|AC Input Fail:||Amber|
|DC Output Fail:||Amber|
PCM LEDs and switches are shown in Figure 4-1.
The Ops Panel LEDs fault and status conditions are described in Table 4-1 and shown in Figure 4-2. Please refer to Table 5-2 for details of any fault indication.
Table 4-1: Ops Panel LEDs
|System Power|| Constant Green: good or positive indication
Constant Amber: fault present
|Module Fault||Constant or Flashing Amber: fault present|
|Logical Fault||Constant or Flashing Amber: fault present|
At first system power on, the Unit Identification Number is not set. The enclosure management system will recognize this and set the display to “00” and flash the digits at 1Hz. The system will delay power up until the Unit Identification Number is set.
Re-setting the number is similar to the first set above, with the exception that the user must press and hold the switch for 5 seconds in the first instance to enter the setting mode. On entering this mode the display will flash the current Unit Identification Number setting. A single press (<2 seconds) of the Mute switch will retain the existing setting without increment. The enclosure will ONLY accept the new Unit Identification Number following an Enclosure Power Cycle, hence if the number set on the display is DIFFERENT from that loaded at Start of Day the enclosure will flash both the Module Fault LED and the Logical Status LED, and set alarm state S1 until the enclosure is power cycled.
The enclosure Unit Identification Number may be read and set via CLI and SES. As above, the new setting will only be applied after a power cycle. All other functionality shall remain the same as described above.
Unless otherwise selected during installation, all drives in the enclosure should automatically start their motors. If this has not occurred one of the following conditions may exist:
Each Drive Carrier Module incorporates two LEDs, Upper (Green) and Lower (Amber), shown in Figure 2-9.
The anti-tamper locks are fitted in the drive carrier handles and are accessed through the small cutout in the latch section of the handle.
De-activation is the reverse of this procedure, that is:
Rotate the key in an anti-clockwise direction until the indicator is no longer visible in the aperture beside the key.
To power the enclosure system down, either switch off the Power Cooling Module(s) installed in the enclosure by moving the PCM switch (Figure 4-1) to the OFF position. or remove AC mains at the power source.