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AT-RPS3000

Redundant Power Supply

AT-RPS3000

AT-PWR250

AT-PWR800

AT-PWR1200

2179

Installation Guide

613-001498Rev. B

Copyright 2011 Allied Telesis, Inc.

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced without prior written permission from Allied Telesis, Inc.

Allied Telesis and the Allied Telesis logo are trademarks of Allied Telesis, Incorporated. All other product names, company names, logos or other designations mentioned herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

Allied Telesis, Inc. reserves the right to make changes in specifications and other information contained in this document without prior written notice. The information provided herein is subject to change without notice. In no event shall Allied Telesis, Inc. be liable for any incidental, special, indirect, or consequential damages whatsoever, including but not limited to lost profits, arising out of or related to this manual or the information contained herein, even if Allied Telesis, Inc. has been advised of, known, or should have known, the possibility of such damages.

Electrical Safety and Emissions Standards

This product meets the following standards.

U.S. Federal Communications Commission

Radiated Energy

Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with this instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

Note: Modifications or changes not expressly approved of by the manufacturer or the FCC, can void your right to operate this equipment.

Industry Canada

This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.

Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003du Canada.

RFI Emissions

FCC Class A, EN55022 Class A, EN61000-3-2,EN61000-3-3,VCCI

 

Class A, C-TICK,CE

Warning: In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.

EMC (Immunity)

EN55024

Electrical Safety

EN60950-1(TUV), UL60950-1(CULUS)

Laser Safety

EN60825

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Translated Safety Statements

Important: Theindicates that translations of the safety statement are available in the PDF document “Translated Safety Statements” posted on the Allied Telesis website at www.alliedtelesis.com.

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Contents

Preface ............................................................................................................................................................

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Document Conventions ....................................................................................................................................

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Where to Find Web-based Guides ...................................................................................................................

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Contacting Allied Telesis ..................................................................................................................................

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Online Support ...........................................................................................................................................

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Email and Telephone Support....................................................................................................................

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Warranty.....................................................................................................................................................

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Returning Products ....................................................................................................................................

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Sales or Corporate Information..................................................................................................................

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Management Software Updates.................................................................................................................

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Chapter 1: Overview ......................................................................................................................................

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Features ...........................................................................................................................................................

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LED Panel..................................................................................................................................................

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Power Supply Slots....................................................................................................................................

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RPS Connectors ........................................................................................................................................

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Power Supply Modules.....................................................................................................................................

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System Power and Power for PoE+ .................................................................................................................

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System Power............................................................................................................................................

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PoE+ Power ...............................................................................................................................................

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Low-power and High-power Switches ..............................................................................................................

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Configuration Examples ...................................................................................................................................

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Low-power Switches ..................................................................................................................................

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High-power Switches .................................................................................................................................

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PoE+ Switches...........................................................................................................................................

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Invalid Configurations.................................................................................................................................

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Choosing a Power Supply Module ...................................................................................................................

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Non-PoE+ Switches ...................................................................................................................................

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PoE+ Switches...........................................................................................................................................

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Power Module Combinations for PoE+ Switches.......................................................................................

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LEDs.................................................................................................................................................................

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Module A/B Ports LEDs .............................................................................................................................

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Power Module Status LEDs .......................................................................................................................

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Power Module LED ....................................................................................................................................

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On/Off Power Switches ....................................................................................................................................

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Guidelines.........................................................................................................................................................

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Chapter 2:Installing the AT-RPS3000 Chassis and Power Supply Modules ...........................................

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Reviewing Safety Precautions..........................................................................................................................

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Planning the Installation ...................................................................................................................................

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Unpacking the AT-RPS3000 Chassis and Power Supply Modules..................................................................

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AT-RPS3000 Chassis ................................................................................................................................

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Power Supply Modules ..............................................................................................................................

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Selecting a Location for the AT-RPS3000 Chassis in the Equipment Rack.....................................................

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Contents

 

Installing the AT-RPS3000 Chassis in an Equipment Rack..............................................................................

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Installing a Power Supply Module.....................................................................................................................

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Connecting the AT-RPS3000 Chassis to the x610 Series Switch ....................................................................

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Powering On the Power Supply Modules .........................................................................................................

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Chapter 3: Removing Power Supply Modules .............................................................................................

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Removing the AT-RPS-CBL1.0 Cable ..............................................................................................................

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Removing an AC Power Supply Module...........................................................................................................

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Chapter 4: Troubleshooting ..........................................................................................................................

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Appendix A: Technical Specifications .........................................................................................................

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Physical Specifications .....................................................................................................................................

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Environmental Specifications............................................................................................................................

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Power Specifications.........................................................................................................................................

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Certifications .....................................................................................................................................................

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Port Pin-outs .....................................................................................................................................................

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Figures

Figure 1: LED Panel .............................................................................................................................................................

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Figure 2: Slots A and B for the Power Supply Modules........................................................................................................

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Figure 3: Slot A and RPS 1 and 2 Ports ...............................................................................................................................

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Figure 4: Slot B and RPS 3 and 4 Ports ...............................................................................................................................

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Figure 5: RPS Ports..............................................................................................................................................................

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Figure 6: Removable and Non-removable Power Supply Modules in x610 Switches..........................................................

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Figure 7: Example of a Single Low-power Switch Connected to an RPS System Port ........................................................

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Figure 8: Example of a Non-PoE+, Low-power Switch Connected to an RPS PoE+/System Port ......................................

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Figure 9: Example of Two Low-power Switches...................................................................................................................

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Figure 10: Example of Four Low-power Switches ................................................................................................................

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Figure 11: Example of Low-power and High-power Switches ..............................................................................................

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Figure 12: Example of Two High-power Switches on the System Ports...............................................................................

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Figure 13: Example of Two High-power, Non-PoE+ Switches on the PoE+/System Ports ..................................................

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Figure 14: Example of One PoE+ Switch .............................................................................................................................

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Figure 15: Example of Two PoE+ Switches .........................................................................................................................

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Figure 16: Example of Low-power PoE+ and Non-PoE+ Switches......................................................................................

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Figure 17: Example of Low-power PoE+ and Non-PoE+ Switches......................................................................................

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Figure 18: Example of an Invalid Configuration - A ..............................................................................................................

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Figure 19: Example of an Invalid Configuration - B ..............................................................................................................

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Figure 20: Example of Power Modules and Non-PoE+ Switches.........................................................................................

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Figure 21: Two AT-PWR800 Modules Providing Up to 480 Watts, with Full Redundancy...................................................

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Figure 22: Two AT-PWR800 Modules for 480 to 960 Watts, with Limited Redundancy ......................................................

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Figure 23: Two AT-PWR1200 Modules Providing Up to 780 Watts, with Full Redundancy.................................................

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Figure 24: Two AT-PWR1200 Modules for 780 to 1560 Watts, with Limited Redundancy ..................................................

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Figure 25: Example of x610 Series Switches and AT-RPS3000 Chassis with Different Power Supply Modules ................

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Figure 26: LED Panel ...........................................................................................................................................................

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Figure 27: Module A Ports LEDs ..........................................................................................................................................

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Figure 28: Module B Ports LEDs ..........................................................................................................................................

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Figure 29: Power Module Status LEDs.................................................................................................................................

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Figure 30: Power Module LED..............................................................................................................................................

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Figure 31: RPS Port On/Off Switches...................................................................................................................................

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Figure 32: 100 - 125 VAC 125 V NMA 5-20 Plug and Receptacle .......................................................................................

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Figure 33: Positioning the AT-RPS3000 Chassis in the Equipment Rack............................................................................

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Figure 34: Unauthorized AT-RPS3000 Chassis and x610 Series Switch Installations.........................................................

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Figure 35: Turning the Switch Upside Down ........................................................................................................................

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Figure 36: Removing the Plastic Feet...................................................................................................................................

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Figure 37: Attaching the Equipment Rack Brackets .............................................................................................................

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Figure 38: Mounting the AT-RPS3000 Redundant Power Supply in an Equipment Rack....................................................

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Figure 39: Removing the Blank Shipping Panel from the Back Panel..................................................................................

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Figure 40: Installing a Power Supply Module .......................................................................................................................

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Figure 41: Securing a Power Supply Module .......................................................................................................................

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Figure 42: Installing a Power Cord Retaining Clip................................................................................................................

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Figure 43: Installing the Slot Cover.......................................................................................................................................

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Figure 44: Securing the Slot Cover.......................................................................................................................................

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Figure 45: Connecting the AT-RPS-CBL1.0 Cable to the x610 Series Switch.....................................................................

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Figure 46: Securing the AT-RPS-CBL1.0 Cable to the Switch.............................................................................................

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Figure 47: RPS Port On/Off Buttons and CABLE LEDs .......................................................................................................

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Figure 48: Connecting the AT-RPS-CBL1.0 Cable to the AT-RPS3000 Chassis.................................................................

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Figure 49: Securing the AT-RPS-CBL1.0 Cable to the AT-RPS3000 Chassis.....................................................................

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Figures

 

Figure 50: Raising the Power Cord Retaining Clip ...............................................................................................................

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Figure 51: Connecting the AC Power Cord...........................................................................................................................

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Figure 52: Lowering the Power Cord Retaining Clip.............................................................................................................

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Figure 53: Lowering the Power Cord Retaining Clip.............................................................................................................

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Figure 54: Checking the FAN and DC OUT LEDs in the LED Panel....................................................................................

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Figure 55: Checking the LOAD and CABLE LEDs in the LED Panel ...................................................................................

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Figure 56: Loosening the Thumbscrews that Secure the AT-RPS-CBL1.0 Cable to the AT-RPS3000 Chassis..................

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Figure 57: Removing the AT-RPS-CBL1.0 Cable from the AT-RPS3000 Chassis...............................................................

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Figure 58: Raising the Power Cord Retaining Clip ...............................................................................................................

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Figure 59: Removing the Power Cord...................................................................................................................................

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Figure 60: Loosening the Two Captive Screws ....................................................................................................................

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Figure 61: Removing the Power Supply from the Chassis ...................................................................................................

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Figure 62: Installing the Slot Cover.......................................................................................................................................

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Figure 63: Securing the Slot Cover.......................................................................................................................................

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Figure 64: Port Pin-outs for the RSP System and PoE+/System Ports ................................................................................

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