SBC 5000 series systems are equipped with dual redundant DC Power Supplies, as shown in Figure 1.
The DC Power Supply is a Customer Replaceable Unit (CRU). The product codes are:
|Product||DC Power Supply||Product Code|
|SBC 5100||51x0 DC Power Supply (850 Watts) *||SBC-51XX-PSUDC|
51x0 DC Power Supply (850 Watts) *5110 DC Power Supply (1200 Watts)
|SBC 5200||SBC 5200 DC Power Supply (850 Watt)||SBC-5200-PSUDC|
|SBC 5210||SBC 5210 DC Power Supply (1200 Watt)||SBC-5210-PSUDC|
* End of Product Sale as of April 20, 2015
In a dual redundant Power Supply configuration, the Power Supplies are hot-swappable meaning that a Power Supply may be replaced without powering down the SBC 5000 series platform (provided that the redundant Power Supply is operational).
|Power Supply Condition||LED States (Green/Amber)|
|No DC Power to all PSU||OFF|
|DC present/Standby Outputs ON, Main Output OFF||Blinking Green|
|Power Supply DC Outputs ON and OK||Solid Green|
|Main Output Failure (OCP, OVP, UVP)||Blinking Amber|
|Fan Fail, OTP, Standby Output OCP/UVP||Solid Amber|
Parts and Tools Required
- Electrostatic discharge (ESD) strap
- Replacement DC supply.
- A #2 Phillips-head screwdriver
- Torque driver with #2 Phillips bit
Replacing a Power Supply
Perform the following procedure to replace a Power Supply:
- Attach an Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) wrist strap to the ESD grounding point on the back of the chassis, and place the other end around your wrist (see Connecting Electrostatic Discharge Wrist Strap for details).
- Disconnect -48VDC power to the DC Power Supply being replaced by shutting off circuit breaker or removing fuse on facilities power distribution panel or similar operation.
- Verify the POK LED is off on the DC Power Supply being replaced.
- Ensure that power is no longer present on power cables using a voltmeter.
Remove clear plastic protective cover on terminal strip.
Disconnect RTN and -48V connections by loosening two terminal strip screws using the #2 Philips screwdriver.
- Disconnect Chassis Ground connection by removing the screw securing the green chassis ground wire to the DC Power Supply using the #2 Philips screwdriver.
- Disengage the DC Power Supply latch by moving the latch to the left.
- Pull on the loop handle to slide the DC Power Supply out of the SBC chassis.
- Install the replacement DC Power Supply into the SBC chassis by sliding it forward until the latch clicks in place.
- Reconnect the green chassis ground wire to the DC Power Supply using the torque driver supply and tighten the screw to 13.9 in/lb.
- Reconnect the RTN and -48V cables to the terminal strip screws and tighten to 13.9 in/lb using the torque driver.
- Reinstall the clear plastic protective cover on the terminal strip.
- Apply power to the DC Power Supply by turning the circuit breaker or installing the fuse on facilities power distribution panel or similar operation.
- Verify that the POK green LED on the newly-replaced Power Supply is solid green.
- From the application, verify that no Power Supply alarms are generated.
All SBC 5000 series CRUs are shipped in electrostatic discharge bags and should be handled using appropriate ESD precautions.
The storage environment for these CRUs is:
- Humidity must be less than 95% (non-condensing)
- Temperature must be between -40C and +70C.