Installing a hot-swap power supply Адаптер thinkserver Lenovo Tower Server - TD100 (ThinkServer) - Type 4205

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e.

   

Press

 

down

 

firmly

 

on

 

the

 

heat

 

sink

 

until

 

it

 

is

 

seated

 

securely.

 

f.

   

Rotate

 

the

 

heat-sink

 

lever

 

to

 

the

 

closed

 

position

 

and

 

hook

 

it

 

underneath

 

the

 

lock

 

tab.

10.

   

Reinstall

 

the

 

microprocessor

 

air

 

baffle.

 

11.

   

Rotate

 

the

 

rear

 

system

 

fan

 

air

 

baffle

 

back

 

into

 

the

 

server.

 

12.

   

Rotate

 

the

 

power-supply

 

cage

 

assembly

 

back

 

into

 

the

 

server.

 

Press

 

the

 

power-supply

 

cage

 

release

 

tab

 

and

 

rotate

 

the

 

power-supply

 

cage

 

assembly

 

into

 

the

 

chassis.

 

13.

   

If

 

you

 

have

 

a

 

hot-swap

 

model,

 

reinstall

 

the

 

hot-swap

 

power

 

supplies.

 

If

 

you

 

have

 

other

 

options

 

to

 

install

 

or

 

remove,

 

do

 

so

 

now.

 

Otherwise,

 

go

 

to

 

“Completing

 

the

 

installation”

 

on

 

page

 

55.

 

Installing

 

a

 

hot-swap

 

power

 

supply

 

The

 

following

 

notes

 

describe

 

the

 

type

 

of

 

power

 

supply

 

that

 

the

 

server

 

supports

 

and

 

other

 

information

 

that

 

you

 

must

 

consider

 

when

 

installing

 

a

 

power

 

supply.

 

Information

 

in

 

this

 

section

 

applies

 

only

 

to

 

server

 

models

 

that

 

have

 

hot-swap

 

power

 

supplies.

 

If

 

you

 

have

 

a

 

non-hot-swap

 

model,

 

it

 

comes

 

with

 

only

 

one

 

670-watt

 

power

 

supply,

 

which

 

must

 

be

 

replaced

 

only

 

by

 

a

 

service

 

technician.

 

v

   

The

 

server

 

comes

 

with

 

one

 

power

 

supply.

 

v

   

The

 

redundant

 

mode

 

requires

 

two

 

835-watt

 

hot-swap

 

power

 

supplies

 

in

 

the

 

server.

 

You

 

must

 

install

 

an

 

additional

 

redundant

 

power

 

and

 

cooling

 

option

 

kit

 

(the

 

option

 

kit

 

comes

 

with

 

an

 

835-watt

 

hot-swap

 

power

 

supply

 

and

 

three

 

hot-swap

 

fans)

 

to

 

upgrade

 

to

 

redundant

 

mode.

When

 

you

 

remove

 

or

 

install

 

a

 

hot-swap

 

power

 

supply,

 

observe

 

the

 

following

 

precautions.

 

 

Statement

 

8:

 

  

 

CAUTION:

 

Never

 

remove

 

the

 

cover

 

on

 

a

 

power

 

supply

 

or

 

any

 

part

 

that

 

has

 

the

 

following

 

label

 

attached.

 

  

 

Hazardous

 

voltage,

 

current,

 

and

 

energy

 

levels

 

are

 

present

 

inside

 

any

 

component

 

that

 

has

 

this

 

label

 

attached.

 

There

 

are

 

no

 

serviceable

 

parts

 

inside

 

these

 

components.

 

If

 

you

 

suspect

 

a

 

problem

 

with

 

one

 

of

 

these

 

parts,

 

contact

 

a

 

service

 

technician.

 

 

 

46

 

ThinkServer

 

TD100

 

and

 

TD100x

 

Types

 

4203,

 

4204,

 

4205,

 

4206,

 

6398,

 

6399,

 

6419,

 

and

 

6429:

 

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