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marks “HDD LED”.
Network LED: A two-hole connector. Used for indication of network
status. Plug the connector onto motherboard or
network card where marks “Network LED” if this
LED output is available.
P/S-1 to P/S-3 and Alarm LEDs: An eight-hole connector. Used for
indication of power supplies status. Plug the
connector onto power module where marks “LED” if
this output is available.
Power LED: A three-hole connector. Used for indication of power
status. Plug the connector onto motherboard where
marks “Power LED”.
Fan LED: A two-hole connector. Used for indication of fan status.
Plug the connector onto fan module where marks
“Fan LED” if this output is available.
Busy LED: A two-hole connector. Used for busy indication of a
particular system. Plug the connector onto the system
where marks “Busy LED” if this output is available.
Error LED: A two-hole connector. Used for error indication of a
particular system. Plug the connector onto the system
where marks “Error LED” if this output is available.
3.9 Engaging of 19” Rack Mount
Note:
For users who will integrate the EN-8950 into rack mount have to
notify our dealer when purchasing.
EN-8950 is a great solution for users who need a File Server case for
industrial purpose. This case can be easily positioned into a standard 19”
rack mount. Please follow the next steps for instruction.
1. Turn the EN-8950 Server case 90 degrees (clockwise recommended)
to become a desktop-like case.
2. Take off all four wheels if they are still on case.
3. Attach the slide rails from 19” rack mount to right (top) and left
(bottom) covers of the EN-8950. Screw them tightly.
4. Place the EN-8950 into rack mount.
If you still have questions regarding our product, please contact our
authorized dealers for assistant.
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