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AT-CV5000Media Converter Chassis Installation Guide

Installing an AT-CM70SLine Card

The AT-CM70Sline card is adouble-slotline card that takes up two line card slots in the chassis. Therefore, the process for installing this card differs slightly from the process for installing other Converteon™ line cards.

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Caution Be sure to observe all standard electrostatic discharge (ESD) precautions, such as wearing an antistatic wrist strap, to avoid damaging the device. A line card can be damaged by static electricity.

To install an AT-CM70Sline card, perform the following procedure:

1.Remove the AT-CM70Sline card from its shipping package and store the package in a safe place.

Note

You must use the original package if you need to return the unit to

Allied Telesis.

2.Remove the AT-CV5PNL1blank slot covers from two adjacent line card slots.

Keep the blank slot covers in a safe area in case you remove the line card. The blank slot covers are used to keep dust from getting into the chassis and maintains proper airflow, cooling, and ventilation throughout the chassis.

3.Locate the top and bottom alignment guides inside the line card slots, as shown in Figure 24 on page 53.

4.Set the line card’s DIP switches.

For more information on the DIP switch settings, refer to the

Converteon™ Media Converter Line Cards Reference Guide.

5.Align the back edge of the line card with the top and bottom alignment guides located inside the slot.

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Chapter 3: Working with Line Cards and other Modules

6.Slide the AT-CM70Sline card into the two slots, as shown inFigure 53, until the line card is flush with the front of the chassis.

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7.Use a Phillips screwdriver to tighten the captive screw on the line card, as shown in Figure 54.

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Figure 54. Tightening the Captive Screw on the AT-CM70SLine Card

Note

Always tighten the captive screw to secure the line card to the chassis.

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AT-CV5000Media Converter Chassis Installation Guide

Resetting the Line Cards and the Module in the Rear Expansion Slot

To reset the line cards and the module in the rear expansion slot, perform the following procedure:

1.Locate the RESET LINE/EXP button, which is recessed on the front panel of the LED interface card.

Note

This RESET LINE/EXP button located on the LED interface card allows you to reset the line cards in the front of the chassis and any module in the rear expansion slot. This button does not reset any management cards in the chassis.

2.Press the reset button with the tip of a pen or a non-conductivepointed object, as shown inFigure 55.

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Chapter 3: Working with Line Cards and other Modules

Installing an AT-PWR14AC Power Supply

The AT-CV5000chassis is shipped with two slots in the rear designated for the power supplies, but without any power supplies installed. You must install at least one power supply in order to power on the chassis.

Caution

The AT-CV5000Media Converter chassis can contain two power supplies of the same type (AC or DC) or a combination of the two types with the same power ratings. Make sure not to mix power supplies with different power ratings in the same chassis.

For information on the power supply module, refer to the documentation that is shipped with the module.

Note

You can install an additional AT-PWR14AC power supply while the existing power supply is powered ON.

Note

The AT-PWR14AC power supply is shipped with four power cords, one each for North America, the UK, Europe, and Australia. Locate the correct power cord for your location before beginning this procedure.

To install the AT-PWR14AC power supply, perform the following procedure:

1.Remove the AT-PWR14AC power supply from its shipping package and store the package in a safe place.

Note

You must use the original package if you need to return the unit to

Allied Telesis.

2.Select the power supply slot in the AT-CV5000chassis where you want to install theAT-PWR14AC power supply.

3.Make sure that the power switch for that slot is in the OFF position.

4.Remove any slot cover that may be covering that slot.

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5.Slide the AT-PWR14power supply into the selected slot, as shown inFigure 56, until the module is flush with the front of the chassis.

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For information about powering on an AC-poweredchassis and starting a management session, refer to“Powering On an AC Powered Chassis” on page 60.

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