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Unpacking a Module 11

Unpacking a

3Com offers individual Switch 4005 modules for purchase so that you

Module

can:

 

Add modules to the empty slots in a chassis.

 

Have spare modules in storage at your site to meet service

 

requirements or network expansion.

 

See the Switch 4005 Installation and Maintenance Guidefor slot

 

restrictions for Switch Fabric Management Modules, Fast Ethernet

 

Interface Modules, or Gigabit Ethernet Interface Modules.

This section contains basic instructions and cautions to follow when unpacking a module shipping box.

1Before you remove the module from its shipping box, carefully examine the shipping box for signs of damage.

If the shipping box shows any signs of damage, replace any items that you have already removed, reseal the shipping box, and contact your network supplier (the company from which you purchased the product) immediately.

If you cannot contact your supplier, contact 3Com Customer Service:

If you are located in the United States or Canada, call 1-800-NET-3COM(1-800-638-3266)and select the numeric option to reach the customer service and product repair departments.

If you are located in another country, find the appropriate telephone number from the 3Com Web site:

http://www.3com.com/util/enterprise.html

2 Attach a wrist strap to yourself and a proper ground.

CAUTION: When you handle a module, 3Com recommends that you always use a wrist strap that is connected to a proper ground. This precaution helps prevent electrostatic discharge from damaging the module.

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3As shown in Figure 1, remove the module from its antistatic bag by grasping it on the faceplate. Do not touch traces, chips, or other components on the circuit board at any time.

Figure 1 Unpacking a Module Carefully

4Examine the module for obvious signs of damage.

If damage is apparent, follow the instructions in step 1.

If no damage is apparent, replace the module in its antistatic bag.

5Leave the module in its antistatic bag until you are ready to install it.

6Read the Switch 4005 Installation and Maintenance Guidefor important safety information and instructions for installing and removing modules.

A printed copy of this guide is included in all chassis shipping boxes. Alternatively, you can download a copy of this guide from the 3Com Web

site. Click the “Find Documentation” link on this page:

http://support.3com.com/index.htm

Unpacking a Power Supply

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Unpacking a Power The Switch 4005 can hold two power supplies. Only one power supply isSupply required for operation. If installed, a second power supply provides

complete redundancy if the other power supply fails.

If the power source to the Switch 4005 fails, the power supplies in the switch do not function as battery backups.

All Switch 4005 chassis ship from the manufacturing center with one power supply preinstalled. However, you can purchase a second power supply separately and install it at your site.

This section contains instructions and cautions to be aware of when unpacking an individual power supply (Model Number 3C16822).

1Before you continue to unpack the shipping box, carefully examine it for signs of damage.

If the shipping box shows any signs of damage, replace any items that you have already removed, reseal the shipping box, and contact your network supplier (the company from which you purchased the product) immediately.

If you cannot contact your supplier, contact 3Com Customer Service:

If you are located in the United States or Canada, call 1-800-NET-3COM(1-800-638-3266)and select the numeric option to reach customer service and the product repair departments.

If you are located in another country, find the appropriate telephone number from the 3Com Web site:

http://www.3com.com/util/enterprise.html

2Remove the protective wrap and inspect the power supply for damage. If damage exists, follow the instructions in step 1.

3Replace the protective wrap and return the power supply to its shipping box until you are ready to install it.

4Read the Switch 4005 Installation and Maintenance Guidefor important safety information and instructions for removing and installing power supplies.

A printed copy of this guide is included in all chassis shipping boxes. Alternatively, you can download a copy from the 3Com Web site. Click

the “Find Documentation” link on this page:

http://support.3com.com/index.htm

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Unpacking a

The Switch 4005 chassis houses two fan trays. Each fan tray contains two

Fan Tray

fans. All four fans are required for normal operation.

 

All Switch 4005 chassis and starter kits ship from the manufacturing

 

center with two fan trays preinstalled. You do not have to order or install

 

a fan tray in a Switch 4005 chassis unless one or both fans in a fan tray

 

fail.

This section contains instructions and cautions when unpacking an individual fan tray (order number 3C16823).

1Before you continue to unpack the shipping box, carefully examine it for signs of damage.

If the shipping box shows any signs of damage, replace any items that you have already removed, reseal the shipping box, and contact your network supplier (the company from which you purchased the product) immediately.

If you cannot contact your supplier, contact 3Com Customer Service:

If you are located in the United States or Canada, call 1-800-NET-3COM(1-800-638-3266)and select the numeric option to reach customer service and the product repair departments.

If you are located in another country, find the appropriate telephone number from the 3Com Web site:

http://www.3com.com/util/enterprise.html

2Remove the protective wrap and inspect the fan tray supply for damage. If damage exists, follow the instructions in step 1.

3Replace the protective wrap and return the fan tray to its shipping box until you are ready to install it.

4Read the Switch 4005 Installation and Maintenance Guidefor important safety information and instructions for removing and installing fan trays.

A printed copy of this guide is included in all chassis shipping boxes.

Alternatively, you can download a copy from the 3Com Web site. Click the “Find Documentation” link on this page:

http://support.3com.com/index.htm