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Intel? SR2100 Chassis Subassembly
Product Guide
A Guide for Technically Qualified Assemblers of Intel? Identified Subassemblies/Products
Order Number: A45510-001
Translations can be found on the accompanying CD-ROM and at the following URL:
http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/chassis/sr2100
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Disclaimer
Information in this document is provided in connection with Intel products. No license, express or implied, by estoppel
or otherwise, to any intellectual property rights is granted by this document. Except as provided in Intel's Terms and
Conditions of Sale for such products, Intel assumes no liability whatsoever, and Intel disclaims any express or implied
warranty, relating to sale and/or use of Intel products including liability or warranties relating to fitness for a particular
purpose, merchantability, or infringement of any patent, copyright or other intellectual property right. Intel products are
not designed, intended or authorized for use in any medical, life saving, or life sustaining applications or for any other
application in which the failure of the Intel? product could create a situation where personal injury or death may occur.
Intel may make changes to specifications and product descriptions at any time, without notice.
The SR2100 Chassis may contain design defects or errors known as errata which may cause the product to deviate
from published specifications. Current characterized errata are available on request.
? Third party brands and names are property of their respective owners.
Copyright ? 2000, Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
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Contents
1 Introduction.................................................................................................................... 7
2 System Description
Chassis ............................................................................................................................... 9
Front Panel.................................................................................................................10
Back Panel .................................................................................................................11
Internal View...............................................................................................................12
Power Supply .............................................................................................................13
System Cooling ..........................................................................................................13
Security .....................................................................................................................13
Optional Peripherals............................................................................................................14
Hot Swappable Hard Disk Drives................................................................................14
Slim-line CD-ROM......................................................................................................14
3.5-inch Drives............................................................................................................14
3 Operating the System
Opening and Closing the Bezel ...........................................................................................15
Locking and Unlocking the Bezel.........................................................................................16
Using the Front Panel Controls and Indicators.....................................................................16
4 Assembling the System
Before You Begin ................................................................................................................19
Tools and Supplies Needed........................................................................................19
Installation/Assembly Safety Instructions ....................................................................19
Use Only for Intended Applications.............................................................................20
Checking the Power Cords .........................................................................................20
Warnings and Cautions .......................................................................................................21
Lithium Battery Replacement...............................................................................................22
Equipment Rack Precaution Information..............................................................................23
Equipment Rack Precautions......................................................................................23
Installing the Server Board ..................................................................................................24
Removing the Cover ...................................................................................................24
Installing the Server Board..........................................................................................25
Installing the Speaker .................................................................................................28
Cabling the Server Board............................................................................................29
Connect Cables to the Front Panel Board ....................................................29
Route the SCSI Cable ..................................................................................30
Connect Cables to the Server Board ............................................................31
Installing the PCI Riser Card.......................................................................................32
Adding Components to the Server Board....................................................................33
Reattaching the Cover ................................................................................................33
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Installing Optional Peripherals and Devices.........................................................................34
Add-In Cards ..............................................................................................................34
Hard Drives.................................................................................................................38
CD-ROM Drive ...........................................................................................................40
3.5-inch Drives............................................................................................................42
Power Supply Module.................................................................................................45
5 Installing the System in a Rack...............................................................................47
6 Maintaining the System
Safety: Before You Remove the Cover...............................................................................53
Replacing the Bezel ............................................................................................................54
Replacing the Front Panel Board.........................................................................................57
Replacing the Hot Swap Backplane.....................................................................................58
Replacing a Fan ..................................................................................................................62
Replacing the CD-ROM.......................................................................................................63
Replacing the Server Board.................................................................................................66
Power Supply ......................................................................................................................67
Replacing a Power Supply Module .............................................................................67
Replacing the Power Supply.......................................................................................68
A Regulatory and Certification Information
Product Regulatory Compliance ..........................................................................................71
Product Safety Compliance ........................................................................................71
Product EMC Compliance...........................................................................................72
Product Regulatory Compliance Markings ..................................................................72
Electromagnetic Compatibility Notices.................................................................................73
FCC Verification Statement (USA) ..............................................................................73
ICES-003 (Canada) ....................................................................................................74
Europe (CE Declaration of Conformity).......................................................................74
VCCI (Japan)..............................................................................................................74
BSMI (Taiwan)............................................................................................................75
Regulated Specified Components .......................................................................................75
B Equipment Log and Worksheets
Equipment Log ....................................................................................................................77
Current Usage.....................................................................................................................79
Calculating Power Usage............................................................................................79
Worksheet, Calculating DC Power Usage...................................................................79
Worksheet, Total Combined Power Used by the System............................................80
C Safety Warnings
WARNING: English (US) ....................................................................................................82
AVERTISSEMENT: Fran?ais..............................................................................................84
WARNUNG: Deutsch .........................................................................................................86
AVVERTENZA: Italiano......................................................................................................88
ADVERTENCIAS: Espa?ol.................................................................................................90
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D Warranty
Limited Warranty for Intel? Chassis Subassembly Products................................................93
Extent of Limited Warranty ..................................................................................................93
Warranty Limitations and Exclusions ...................................................................................94
Limitations of Liability..................................................................................................94
How to Obtain Warranty Service .........................................................................................95
Telephone Support .....................................................................................................95
Returning a Defective Product ....................................................................................96
Figures
1. Front View of the SR2100...........................................................................................10
2. Back View of the SR2100 ...........................................................................................11
3. Major Internal Components of SR2100.......................................................................12
4. Opening the Bezel ......................................................................................................15
5. Front Panel Controls and Indicators............................................................................16
6. Removing the Cover ...................................................................................................24
7. Removing the Riser Card Mounting Bracket ...............................................................25
8. Installing the I/O Shield...............................................................................................26
9. Mounting the STL2 Server Board ...............................................................................27
10. Installing the Speaker .................................................................................................28
11. Connecting Cables to the Front Panel Board..............................................................29
12. Routing for the SCSI Cable.........................................................................................30
13. Connecting Cables to the Server Board......................................................................31
14. Attaching the Riser Card to the Riser Card Bracket ....................................................32
15. Installing the Riser Card .............................................................................................33
16. Removing the Riser Card Assembly from the Server Board........................................34
17. Installing a PCI Add-in Card in the Riser Card ............................................................35
18. Using the Add-in Card Guide......................................................................................36
19. Reinstalling the Riser Card .........................................................................................37
20. Removing a Hard Drive Carrier from a Drive Bay .......................................................38
21. Removing an Air Baffle...............................................................................................38
22. Attaching the Drive to the Carrier................................................................................39
23. Attaching a Slim-line CD-ROM Drive to the CD-ROM Tray.........................................40
24. Installing a Slim-line CD-ROM Drive...........................................................................41
25. Removing the Drive Tray ............................................................................................42
26. Installing a Hard Drive into the Drive Tray...................................................................43
27. Installing the Drive into the Chassis ............................................................................44
28. Installing a Redundant Power Supply Module.............................................................45
29. Chassis Rail System...................................................................................................47
30. Aligning Rail to Chassis ..............................................................................................48
31. Chassis Rear and Side View ......................................................................................48
32. Rail Brackets ..............................................................................................................49
33. Attaching Rail Brackets to the Cabinet Rack...............................................................49
34. Attaching Outer Pieces to the Rail Brackets ...............................................................50
35. Attaching the Rail System to the Rear Rail Bracket ....................................................50
36. Extending the Rails.....................................................................................................51
37. Guiding the Chassis into the Rack..............................................................................51
38. Chassis Mounted into the Rack ..................................................................................52
39. Opening the Bezel ......................................................................................................54
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40. Removing Hinge Pegs from Bezel Mounts..................................................................54
41. Removing a Bezel Mount............................................................................................55
42. Bezel Mounting Hardware ..........................................................................................55
43. Attaching the Bezel Mount ..........................................................................................56
44. Extending the Bezel Hinges........................................................................................56
45. Attaching the Bezel.....................................................................................................56
46. Replacing the Front Panel Board................................................................................57
47. Disconnecting the Hot Swap Backplane .....................................................................58
48. Removing the Hot Swap Bay ......................................................................................59
49. Removing the Hot Swap Backplane............................................................................60
50. Reinstalling the Hot Swap Bay....................................................................................61
51. Replacing a Fan .........................................................................................................62
52. Removing the CD-ROM Drive.....................................................................................63
53. Removing a CD-ROM Drive from the CD-ROM Tray ..................................................64
54. Installing a CD-ROM Drive..........................................................................................65
55. Replacing a Power Supply Module .............................................................................67
56. Replacing the Power Supply.......................................................................................68
Tables
1. Power Usage Worksheet 1 .........................................................................................79
2. Power Usage Worksheet 2 .........................................................................................80
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1 Introduction
The SR2100 server chassis provides security and environmental features specifically designed for
server applications. The SR2100 comes in kit form and contains the following features:
?  Base server chassis with:
?  Front bezel
?  Two-fan cooling system
?  One 275W PFC power supply with cooling fan
?  A PCI riser card for use with the Intel? Server Board STL2
?  Two hot swappable 1-inch SCSI hard drive carriers with drive blanks (baffles)
?  Two hot swappable 1.6-inch SCSI hard drive carriers with drive blanks (baffles)
?  Ultra2/Ultra160 SCSI backplane with SAF-TE supporting up to 4 SCA drives
?  One empty 3.5-inch drive bay which supports either a standard floppy, a
1-inch drive or other half height peripheral
?  Cables:
?  One power cord (U.S. version)
?  Ultra2/Ultra160 SCSI cable (non-terminated for baseboard to backplane connection)
?  Front panel cable (do not use뾳se cable that ships with server board)
?  I2C cable
?  IDE data cable
?  Diskette drive data cable
?  Chassis intrusion cable
?  Screw package
?  Speaker and bracket
?  Sliding rail mount kit
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2 System Description
The SR2100 system consists of the following major components:
?  The chassis and its subassemblies, device bays, and front bezel
?  The power supply
?  The cooling system
To complete the system you must add a server board and optional peripherals and devices. The
following subsections take you on a tour of each of these components.
Chassis
The major component of the kit is the chassis, which comes pre-assembled with the exception of
the server board and optional peripherals. Before adding these devices, it is important to become
familiar with the chassis both externally and internally and the security features it provides.
/ NOTE
The following sections provide a high-level overview of the chassis. For a
more detailed, technical description, contact your Intel representative about
how to receive or gain access to the Intel? SR2100 KDK Server Chassis
Technical Product Specification.
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Front Panel
You can access the panel and the system peripherals by grasping the bezel at its edges and gently
pulling it towards you.
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A B C D
F E
A. 3.5-inch peripheral bay D. 1-inch hot swap drive bay
(up to 2 drives)
B. Control panel E. Bezel lock
C. 1.6-inch hot swap drive bay
(up to 2 drives)
F. Slim-line device bay
Figure 1. Front View of the SR2100
For a description of the control panel and its controls and indicators, refer to 밬sing the Front Panel
Controls and Indicators? on page 16.
System Description 11
Back Panel
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A B F
C D E
O N M L K J I H G
A. USB connectors I. Power supply fault indicator
B. Serial port connector (Com1) J. RJ45 Network connector
C. Knockout, optional external
SCSI connector
K. Video connector
D. Parallel Port connector L. Mouse connector
E. PCI expansion slots M. Keyboard connector
F. AC input power connector N. NMI switch
G. Cover, empty power supply bay O. Serial port connector (Com2)
H. Power supply
Figure 2. Back View of the SR2100
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Internal View
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A B C D E
H
K
J
I
M
L
F
G
A. Power supply H. Hard drives (up to four)
B. PCI expansion slots I. EMI shield
C. Riser card assembly J. Control panel
D. Intrusion switch K. CD-ROM drive bay
E. Server board (accessory to
system)
L. Bay assembly for 3.5-inch
drives
F. Fan assembly M. Hot swap backplane
G. Hot swap peripheral bay
Figure 3. Major Internal Components of SR2100
System Description 13
Power Supply
The power supply consists of the power supply bay and one power supply module. You can
purchase and install an optional second module and have a redundant, 1+1 system. Either way, the
supply provides 275-watts of power and is designed to minimize EMI. The supply operates within
the following voltage ranges and is rated as follows:
?  100-120 V~ at 50/60 Hertz (Hz); 5.0 A maximum
?  200-240 V~ at 50/60 Hz; 2.5 A maximum
The DC output voltages of the power supply are +3.3 V, +5 V, +12 V, -12 V, and +5 V standby.
The power supply features a 24-pin main power connector and a 10-pin power supply signal
connector.
System Cooling
The chassis includes two system fans for cooling and airflow. Both fans provide cooling for the
processor(s), hard drives, and add-in cards. The power supply contains its own built-in fan for
cooling. As shown in Figure 3, two 80mm fans are located in the middle of the chassis to pull
cooling air through the chassis.
Security
To help prevent unauthorized entry or use of the system, the chassis includes a mechanical lock on
the front bezel to prevent access to the system뭩 peripherals and control panel. The chassis also
includes an intrusion switch that can be monitored by server management software. When the top
cover is opened, the switch transmits a signal to the server board, where server management
software processes the signal. For example, the system can be programmed to respond to an
intrusion by powering down or by locking the keyboard.
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Optional Peripherals
The chassis provides for a variety of peripherals that can be added to the system. The following
describes the available options.
Hot Swappable Hard Disk Drives
The chassis provides a hot swap bay for the installation of up to four 3.5-inch SCSI hard drives. A
major feature of the hot swap bay is the backplane, which powers down a drive when a failure is
detected and reported to the SCSI bus. When a new drive is inserted, the power control waits a
short time for the drive to become fully seated and then applies power to the drive. The backplane
provides signals to the control panel to indicate failure status for each drive in the bay.
Either four 1-inch high or two 1-inch high and two 1.6-inch high, 3.5-inch SCA-compatible SCSI
hard drives can be installed in the bay. Drives can consume up to 17 watts of power each. Drives
must be specified to run at a maximum ambient temperature of 50 캜.
The chassis ships with four drive carriers for mounting the separately purchased hard drives. For
information on how to install these drives, refer to page 38.
Slim-line CD-ROM
The chassis provides a bay for installing a slim-line CD-ROM drive. For information on
installation, refer to page 40.
3.5-inch Drives
The chassis provides a bay for installing one of many types of 3.5-inch (i.e. non-hot swappable)
drives including a diskette drive, zip drive, tape drive, or an additional hard drive. The chassis
includes a drive tray for installing the device, which must be purchased separately. For information
on how to install a drive, refer to page 42.
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3 Operating the System
Opening and Closing the Bezel
With the bezel open you have access to all of your system's front panel functions and indicators.
With the bezel closed you can protect critical functions and still view the system's indicators.
To open the bezel, do the following:
1. Stand in front of the chassis and grasp the edges of the bezel from each side.
2. Gently pull the bezel towards you until it begins to separate from the chassis.
3. As the bezel separates from the chassis, allow it to swing to its open position situated below the
chassis.
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Figure 4. Opening the Bezel
4. To close the bezel, gently raise it upwards. The hinging mechanism will guide the bezel into
the correct position where it will snap shut.
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Locking and Unlocking the Bezel
The bezel can be locked and unlocked to prevent unwanted access to the system.
To lock the bezel, insert the key into the lock. Turn the lock counterclockwise until it stops (about
a quarter turn). The bezel is now locked and cannot be opened.
To unlock the bezel, insert the key into the lock and turn the lock clockwise until it stops (about a
quarter turn). The bezel is now unlocked and can be opened again.
Using the Front Panel Controls and Indicators
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A B E G
D F H
C
A. Power button E. Power LED
B. Sleep button F. NIC activity LED
C. Reset button G. Fail LED
D. NMI button H. Disk activity/fail LEDs
Figure 5. Front Panel Controls and Indicators
Operating the System 17
The control panel buttons provide the following function:
Power button Powers the system up and down.
Sleep button Puts the system in idle mode and reduces the power
consumption needed by the system.
Reset button Reboots and initializes the system.
NMI button Puts server in a halt state for diagnostic purposes. The button
is recessed and allows you to issue a non-maskable interrupt.
After issuing the interrupt, a memory dump can be performed
to determine the cause of the problem.
The control panel LEDs report the following status:
Power LED When lit, indicates that the system has power applied to it.
NIC activity LED When lit, indicates activity between the system and the
network to which it is connected.
Fail LED When lit, indicates a system fault/failure has occurred.
Disk activity/fail LEDs A green LED indicates disk activity is occurring and yellow
LED indicates a disk failure occurred.
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4 Assembling the System
Before the SR2100 can be installed for use, you must assemble the hardware components that make
up your particular system. Minimally, you must install a server board with the desired number of
processors and memory. Additionally, you will want to add any peripherals and add-in cards
purchased for the system. The following procedures help guide you through this assembly process
and create your desired system configuration.
/ NOTE
To maintain and ensure regulation compliance, the fully integrated system
shall be tested, certified and/or documented to illustrate compliance to the
regional regulations and laws for where the product will be sold. The
peripherals and add-in cards chosen for integration should have individual
regulatory approvals.
Before You Begin
Before you start the assembly process you will need to have the right tools available to you and you
will need to make sure you follow certain basic safety precautions.
Tools and Supplies Needed
Before beginning your work, make sure you have the following tools and supplies available:
?  Phillips (cross head) screwdriver (#2 bit)
?  Anti-static wrist strap (recommended)
?  SR2100 subassembly kit
?  Server board kit
?  Processors and memory you purchased separately to add to the server board
?  Optional peripherals and add-in cards you want to include in the system
Installation/Assembly Safety Instructions
CAUTION
Integration / servicing of this chassis sub-assembly shall be performed only
by technically qualified persons.
Follow these guidelines to meet and maintain safety and product regulatory
requirements when integrating this chassis subassembly.
Read and adhere to all of these instructions and the instructions supplied with
this assembly. If you do not follow these instructions, the UL listing and
other regulatory approvals will be void, and the product will most likely be
non-compliant with regional product laws and regulations.
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Use Only for Intended Applications
This product was evaluated as Information Technology Equipment (ITE) that may be installed in
offices, schools, computer rooms and similar locations. The suitability of this product for other
Product Categories and Environments other than ITE applications, (such as medical, industrial,
alarm systems, and test equipment) may require further evaluation.
When you integrate this subassembly, observe all warnings and cautions in the Installation Guide.
To avoid injury, be careful of:
?  Sharp pins on connectors
?  Sharp pins on printed circuit assemblies
?  Rough edges and sharp corners on the chassis
?  Hot components (like processors, voltage regulators, and heat sinks)
?  Damage to wires that could cause a short circuit
Checking the Power Cords
WARNING
Do not attempt to modify or use the supplied AC power cord(s) if it is
not the exact type required.
The power supply cords are the main disconnect device to mains (AC
power). The socket outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall
be readily accessible.
If the power cord(s) supplied with the system is not compatible with the AC wall outlet in your
region, get one that meets the following criteria:
?  The cord must be rated for the available AC voltage and have a current rating that is at least
125% of the current rating of the server.
?  The plug on the power cord that plugs into the wall outlet must be a grounding-type male plug
designed for use in your region. It must have certification marks showing certification by an
agency acceptable in your region.
?  The connector that plugs into the AC receptacle on the power supply must be an IEC 320, sheet
C13, type female connector.
?  In Europe, the cord must be less than 4.5 meters (14.76 feet) long, and it must be flexible
<HAR> (harmonized) or VDE certified cordage to comply with the chassis' safety
certifications.
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Warnings and Cautions
These warnings and cautions apply whenever you remove the access cover to access components
inside the server. Only a technically qualified person should integrate and configure the server.
WARNING / BEFORE YOU REMOVE THE ACCESS COVER
Before removing the access cover for any reason, observe these safety
guidelines.
1. Turn off all peripheral devices connected to the server.
2. Turn off the server by pressing the power button on the front of the chassis. Then
unplug the AC power cord from the chassis or wall outlet.
3. Label and disconnect all peripheral cables and all telecommunication lines
connected to I/O connectors or ports on the back of the chassis.
4. Provide some electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection by wearing an antistatic wrist
strap attached to chassis ground뾞ny unpainted metal surface뾵hen handling
components.
WARNING
The power button on the front panel DOES NOT turn off the AC power.
To remove power from server, you must unplug the AC power cord(s)
from the wall outlet or the chassis.
WARNING
Hazardous electrical conditions may be present on power, telephone,
and communication cables. Turn off the server and disconnect the
power cords, telecommunications systems, networks, and modems
attached to the server before opening it. Otherwise, personal injury or
equipment damage can result.
WARNING
Do not open the power supply. Hazardous voltage, current and energy
levels are present inside the power supply. Refer servicing of the power
supply to qualified technical service personnel.
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Lithium Battery Replacement
CAUTION
Refer to technically qualified persons only for replacement of battery.
The following warning is provided on the server board configuration label,
which is provided with the Intel server board boxed product. There is
insufficient space on the server board to place this label. Therefore, the label
must be placed permanently on the inside of the chassis, as close to the
battery as possible.
WARNING
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace with only
the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer뭩 instructions.
ADVARSEL!
Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig h?ndtering. Udskiftning
m? kun ske med batteri af samme fabrikat og type. Lev?r det brugte
batteri tilbage til leverand?ren.
ADVARSEL!
Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosjonsfare. Ved utskifting benyttes kun batteri
som anbefalt av apparatfabrikanten. Brukt batteri returneres
apparatleverand?ren.
VARNING
Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte. Anv?nd samma batterityp eller
en ekvivalent typ som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren. Kassera
anv?nt batteri enligt fabrikantens instruktion.
VAROITUS
Paristo voi r?j?ht狎, jos se on virheellisesti asennettu. Vaihda paristo
ainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan tyyppiin. H?vit? k?ytetty
paristo valmistajan ohjeiden mukaisesti.
Assembling the System 23
Equipment Rack Precaution Information
Equipment Rack Precautions
CAUTION
ANCHOR THE EQUIPMENT RACK: The equipment rack must be
anchored to an unmovable support to prevent it from falling over when one
or more servers are extended in front of it on slide assemblies. The
equipment rack must be installed according to the manufacturer's
instructions. You must also consider the weight of any other device installed
in the rack.
MAIN AC POWER DISCONNECT: You are responsible for installing an
AC power disconnect for the entire rack unit. This main disconnect must be
readily accessible, and it must be labeled as controlling power to the entire
unit, not just to the server(s).
GROUNDING THE RACK INSTALLATION: To avoid the potential for
an electrical shock hazard, you must include a third wire safety grounding
conductor with the rack installation. If server power cords are plugged into
AC outlets that are part of the rack, then you must provide proper grounding
for the rack itself. If server power cords are plugged into wall AC outlets,
the safety grounding conductor in each power cord provides proper
grounding only for the server. You must provide additional, proper
grounding for the rack and other devices installed in it.
OVER CURRENT PROTECTION: The server is designed for an AC line
voltage source with up to 20 amperes of over current protection. If the power
system for the equipment rack is installed on a branch circuit with more than
20 amperes of protection, you must provide supplemental protection for the
server. If more than one server is installed in the rack, the power source for
each server must be from a separate branch circuit.
CAUTION
Temperature: The operating temperature of the server, when installed in an
equipment rack, must not go below 5 캜 (41 캟) or rise above 35 캜 (95 캟).
Extreme fluctuations in temperature can cause a variety of problems in your
server.
Ventilation: The equipment rack must provide sufficient airflow to the front
of the server to maintain proper cooling. The rack selected and the ventilation
provided must be suitable to the environment in which the server will be
used.
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Installing the Server Board
Installing the server board consists of the following steps:
1. Removing the cover.
2. Removing the riser card mounting bracket.
3. Mounting the server board in the chassis.
4. Cabling the server board to the other chassis components.
5. Adding processors and memory to the server board.
6. Installing PCI cards, riser card, and bracket.
7. Replacing the cover.
Removing the Cover
1. Unscrew the two captive thumbscrews on the rear of the system.
2. Pull the cover back and remove it from the chassis.
3. Set the chassis cover aside and away from immediate work area.
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Figure 6. Removing the Cover
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Installing the Server Board
1. Remove the four thumbscrews on the rear retention bracket that hold the riser card mounting
bracket in the chassis.
2. Remove the riser card mounting bracket from the chassis to give you full access to the server
board area. See Figure 7.
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Figure 7. Removing the Riser Card Mounting Bracket
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3. Remove the I/O shield and the server board from your server board kit.
4. Working from the inside of the chassis, position the I/O shield in the lower rear chassis
opening. Orient the shield so that the cutouts will align with the corresponding I/O connectors
on the server board. (See Figure 8.)
5. Make sure the metal fingers are on the inside of the chassis and snap the I/O shield into place.
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A
B
Figure 8. Installing the I/O Shield
6. Orient the board so that the I/O connectors on the board are positioned in front of the I/O
shield.
7. Insert the I/O connectors into the I/O shield and lay the server board flat on the chassis floor
standoffs.
Assembling the System 27
8. Align the board by making sure the two standoffs with shoulders are inserted into their
matching holes on the board (Figure 9, A).
9. Mount the board to the chassis by installing the screws supplied with the chassis through the
holes on the server board and into the threaded standoffs.
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A
A
Figure 9. Mounting the STL2 Server Board
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Installing the Speaker
1. Assemble the speaker (Figure 10, A) to its bracket (B).
2. Position the speaker and bracket on the chassis standoff (C).
3. Insert and tighten screw (D) to hold the bracket to the chassis. The screw also holds the
speaker to the bracket.
4. Connect the cable to the server board at (E). Be careful not to pull the cable off of the speaker.
OM11049
D
E
A
B
C
Figure 10. Installing the Speaker
Assembling the System 29
Cabling the Server Board
After mounting the server board, it needs to be cabled to the following chassis components:
?  Power supply
?  Fan assembly
?  Front panel
?  Hot swap bay
?  Chassis intrusion switch
?  CD-ROM drive (if installed)
?  Diskette drive (if installed)
Connect Cables to the Front Panel Board
OM11047
C B
D
A
Figure 11. Connecting Cables to the Front Panel Board
1. Ensure that the I2C cable from the hot swap backplane is connected at Figure 11, A.
CAUTION
Do not use the cable shipped with the chassis for connection to (B). Only
use the cable shipped with the server board.
2. Connect the cable from the server board to the bottom connector (B) of the front panel board.
3. If you are installing a diskette drive, connect the diskette drive data cable to the connector (C).
4. If you are installing a slim-line IDE CD-ROM, connect the IDE cable to the connector (D).
30 Intel SR2100 Chassis Subassembly Product Guide
Route the SCSI Cable
For optimal performance complying with FCC-A, the hot swap backplane SCSI cable should be
routed as shown in the illustration below. Folding the cable as shown in the illustration before
connecting it to the system makes routing easier.
OM11042
Figure 12. Routing for the SCSI Cable
Assembling the System 31
Connect Cables to the Server Board
OM11050
A
C
F
H
1L4
1
2 8
7
6
5
12
11
10
9
4
3
G
B
D
E
Figure 13. Connecting Cables to the Server Board
1. Connect the power cables to connector (Figure 13, A) and the power supply signal connector
to (B).
2. At (D) on the server board, connect the power cables for the fan nearest the side of the chassis
to connector FAN3A. Connect the power cables for the fan nearest the center of the chassis to
connector FAN2A.
3. Connect the front panel cable to the connector (E).
4. If you are installing a CD-ROM, connect the IDE cable to the connector (H).
5. If you are installing a diskette drive, connect the diskette drive cable to the connector (C).
6. Connect the SCSI connector from the hot swap backplane cable to the SCSI connector (F)
nearest the corner of the server board.
7. Connect the chassis intrusion switch cable to pins 3-4 of connector 1L4 (G).
32 Intel SR2100 Chassis Subassembly Product Guide
Installing the PCI Riser Card
1. Attach the riser card (B) to the riser card bracket (A) with two screws (C).
OM11039
A
C
D
E
B
Figure 14. Attaching the Riser Card to the Riser Card Bracket
/ NOTE
Most PCI add-in cards must be installed when the riser card is removed from
the chassis due to limited space between the riser card and the power supply.
2. Before installing the riser card on the server board, install any PCI cards. Refer to 밒nstalling
Optional Peripherals and Devices/Add-In Cards? on page 34.
3. Place the riser card assembly on the appropriate server board slots (Figure 15). Ensure that the
rear retention bracket is centered on the opening in the rear of the chassis and that the riser card
connectors are aligned with the corresponding server board slots.
CAUTION
Press only on the riser card bracket and/or the standoffs. Do not press on the
64-bit connector or the orange flexible circuit attached to the standoffs.
4. Press the riser card firmly into the server board slots (A).
5. Ensure that tab on the riser card bracket is inserted in the slot of the bracket on the fan housing.
6. Reinstall the four thumbscrews in the rear retention bracket to secure the riser card assembly to
the chassis.
Assembling the System 33
OM11054
A
Figure 15. Installing the Riser Card
Adding Components to the Server Board
After installing the server board, you must add the desired number of processors and memory cards.
See the documentation that shipped with your server board for instructions.
Reattaching the Cover
Once the server board and its components are installed, you are done assembling the system unless
you have optional peripherals or add-in cards you wish to install. If you need to install these
components, continue on to the next section. Otherwise, reattach the cover and continue on to
Chapter 4, which describes how to install the system in a cabinet.
To reattach the cover:
1. Place the cover on the chassis and slide it forwards as far as possible.
2. Tighten the two screws on the rear of the chassis.
34 Intel SR2100 Chassis Subassembly Product Guide
Installing Optional Peripherals and Devices
Peripherals and add-in cards are not included in your system and must be purchased separately and
installed. The following sections describe how to install:
?  Up to four hard drives into the system뭩 hot swappable hard drive bay
?  A slim-line CD-ROM drive
?  A 3.5-inch drive into the system뭩 drive bay
?  Up to two PCI add-in cards into the system뭩 riser card
Add-In Cards
You can only add two PCI cards to this server. You must use the PCI slots on the riser card and
cannot use any expansion slots on the server board.
/ NOTE
Most PCI add-in cards must be installed when the riser card is removed from
the chassis due to limited space between the riser card and the power supply.
To install an add-in card:
1. Remove the chassis cover if the chassis is not already open.
2. Remove the four thumbscrews on the rear retention bracket that secure the riser card assembly
to the chassis. (See Figure 16.)
OM11243
Figure 16. Removing the Riser Card Assembly from the Server Board
Assembling the System 35
3. Grasp the riser card mounting bracket (Figure 17, A) near each end of the riser card and pull up
until the card is released from the server board slots. Lift the assembly out of the chassis.
4. On the riser card assembly, unscrew the captive thumbscrew (Figure 17, F) that holds the cover
retention bracket (E) on the rear retention bracket (D).
5. Remove the cover retention bracket and the corresponding slot cover. Reinstall the retention
bracket.
6. Remove the add-in board from its protective wrapper. Set jumpers or switches according to the
manufacturer뭩 instructions.
OM11138
A
F
B
C
E
D
Figure 17. Installing a PCI Add-in Card in the Riser Card
7. Insert the connector of the PCI card (C) into the appropriate open expansion slot on the riser
card (B). Insure the tapered foot of the board-retaining bracket is inserted into the mating slot
in the expansion slot frame. Press the PCI card connector firmly into the riser card slot.
8. Connect any cables to the PCI card.
9. Reinstall the cover retention bracket on the rear retention bracket. Tighten the captive
thumbscrew.
36 Intel SR2100 Chassis Subassembly Product Guide
/ NOTE
Before installing a riser card containing a full-length PCI card, you must reposition the
card guide (see Figure 18). To do this, pull arm (A) out enough to release the card
guide. Slide the guide from position (C) to position (B) in front of the fans.
Also, you must remove the add-in card extension from the end of the full-length PCI
card뾲he card will not fit in the system with the extension still attached.
A
B
OM11136
C
Figure 18. Using the Add-in Card Guide
Assembling the System 37
10. Place the riser card assembly on the corresponding server board slots. Ensure that the rear
retention bracket is centered on the opening in the rear of the chassis and that the riser card
connectors are aligned with the corresponding server board slots.
OM11242
Figure 19. Reinstalling the Riser Card
CAUTION
Press only on the riser card bracket and/or the standoffs. Do not press on the
64-bit connector or the orange flexible circuit attached to the standoffs.
11. Press the riser card firmly into the server board slots.
12. Ensure that the tab on the riser card bracket is inserted in the slot of the bracket on the fan
housing.
/ NOTE
If you are installing a riser card containing a full-length PCI card, slide the card guide
back to position (C). The card guide should now be holding the edge of the PCI card.
13. Reinstall the four thumbscrews in the rear retention bracket to secure the riser card assembly to
the chassis.
14. Reattach the chassis cover if you have no other work to do within the chassis.
38 Intel SR2100 Chassis Subassembly Product Guide
Hard Drives
Your server does not include a hard drive. You must purchase them separately and install them.
The server has four hot swappable hard drive bays.
1. Remove the drive carrier(s) from the drive bays by unclipping the retention lever on the right
side of the handle.
Pull the retention lever toward you until the tab end (Figure 20, B) of the lever is free of the
housing slot (A). Pull the drive forward and out of the housing.
OM09653
A B
Figure 20. Removing a Hard Drive Carrier from a Drive Bay
2. Release the air baffle (Figure 21, A) by removing the four screws (B) from the drive
carrier/drive slide track (C).
3. Remove the hard drive from its wrapper and place it on an anti-static surface.
4. Set any jumpers and/or switches on the drive according to the drive manufacturer뭩
instructions.
OM11040
C
A
B
Figure 21. Removing an Air Baffle
Assembling the System 39
5. With its top facing upward, position the drive (Figure 22, A) so that its connector end (E) is
facing the back of the carrier (B).
6. Align the holes in the drive to the holes in the drive carrier slide track (C), insert the screws (D)
that you previously removed, and attach the carrier to the drive.
7. Slide the carrier/drive into the chassis with the retention mechanism extended in the open
position, and then push the arm towards the front of the chassis until the lever tab clicks into the
chassis slot indicating that it is closed.
OM09654
C
A
E
B
D
Figure 22. Attaching the Drive to the Carrier
40 Intel SR2100 Chassis Subassembly Product Guide
CD-ROM Drive
Your server does not come with an integrated slim-line CD-ROM drive. You must purchase one
separately and install it. You should install a CD-ROM drive before you install a diskette drive.
/ NOTE
If you install another IDE device in addition to the CD-ROM, the new device
must be setup as the slave.
1. Remove the drive from its protective wrapper, and place it on an anti-static surface.
2. Set any jumpers and/or switches on the drive according to the drive manufacturer뭩
instructions.
3. Attach the CD-ROM drive to the CD-ROM tray using the mounting screws (Figure 23, A)
supplied with the system.
A
OM09348
Figure 23. Attaching a Slim-line CD-ROM Drive to the CD-ROM Tray
4. Remove the screws that hold the filler panel to the front of the chassis and remove the panel.
Assembling the System 41
OM11139
D
A
B
C
Figure 24. Installing a Slim-line CD-ROM Drive
5. Slide the slim-line CD-ROM tray into the CD-ROM bay.
6. Connect the provided CD-ROM IDE cable (Figure 24, A) and power cables (B) to the
connectors at the back of the CD-ROM.
7. Insert the recessed retention screws (C) through the access holes in the top of the drive bay
housing.
8. Insert the retention screw (D) on the front of the chassis.
9. Connect the CD-ROM IDE cable to the server board. (See Figure 13, H on page 31).
42 Intel SR2100 Chassis Subassembly Product Guide
3.5-inch Drives
The system provides a 3.5-inch drive bay that allows you to install a variety of different drives such
as a diskette drive, a hard drive, a tape drive, or a ZIP? drive. If you are going to install a slim-line
CD-ROM below the 3.5-inch drive bay, do it before you install the 3.5-inch drive.
The following is a generic procedure that, for the purpose of example, shows how to install a
3.5-inch hard drive.
1. Remove the chassis cover if the chassis is not already open.
2. Remove the EMI shield from the 3.5-inch drive bay opening by removing and saving the two
mounting screws (Figure 25, A).
3. Slide the drive tray (B) out of the chassis.
OM11041
A
B
Figure 25. Removing the Drive Tray
4. Remove the 3.5-inch hard drive from its protective wrapper, and place it component-side up on
an anti-static surface.
5. Set any jumpers and/or switches on the drive according to the drive manufacturer뭩
instructions.
Assembling the System 43
6. Install the drive into the drive tray and secure it with the provided mounting screws. (See
Figure 26.)
OM09396
Figure 26. Installing a Hard Drive into the Drive Tray
7. Slide the drive carrier through the front of the chassis, being sure to insert the rear tab
(Figure 27, C on page 44) into its chassis slot and the two front tabs (D) into their chassis slots.
8. Secure the drive tray and the EMI shield to the front of the chassis with the screws you
removed earlier.
/ NOTE
If you are installing a device that requires user access such as a diskette, tape,
or zip drive, do not reattach the EMI shield.
44 Intel SR2100 Chassis Subassembly Product Guide
9. Connect the signal (Figure 27, F) and power (E) cables to the drive according to the
manufacturer뭩 specifications.
10. Reattach the chassis cover if you have no other work to do within the chassis.
OM11048
B
A
E
F
C
D
Figure 27. Installing the Drive into the Chassis
Assembling the System 45
Power Supply Module
Your server does not include a second, redundant power supply module. To take advantage of
power supply redundancy, you must purchase the second module separately and install it.
To install a second power supply module:
1. Locate the power supply and the blank filler panel (the one with no perforations) at the rear of
the server.
2. Grip and squeeze the handle of the blank filler panel (Figure 28, A) to release the latch.
3. Rotate the handle down while pulling the filler panel toward you. Pull the blank out and save it.
4. Insert the second, redundant power supply module in the bay.
5. Grip the module handle, rotate it down, and push the module into the bay.
6. When the module is nearly all of the way in, the handle will rotate up. At this time, push firmly
on the front of the handle to lock the latch.
7. Install the second power cord into the strain relief.
8. Connect the cord to the power supply, and plug it into the AC power source.
OM11241
Figure 28. Installing a Redundant Power Supply Module
46 Intel SR2100 Chassis Subassembly Product Guide
47
5 Installing the System in a Rack
The SR2100 system comes with a rail kit that allows you to install it into a four-post, network
server cabinet (e.g. APC Netshelter). If the cabinet is not of this general type, you will have to
purchase a separate rail kit that is specific to your cabinet.
Follow these steps to install the rail kit and place your system into the cabinet.
1. Assemble tools and miscellaneous parts. You will need a Phillips screwdriver and assorted
lock washers and nuts.
2. Remove the inside piece (Figure 29, C) from both sides of the rail system.
To remove an inside piece of the rail system, slide the part as far out as you can. This action
reveals a brass colored finger tab (D) that when depressed allows you to completely separate
the inside rail piece from the outer (A) and middle (B) rail pieces.
OM09132
A B C
D
Figure 29. Chassis Rail System
48 Intel SR2100 Chassis Subassembly Product Guide
3. Align each inside rail (Figure 30, A) to a side of the chassis.
Be sure that the flat end of the inside rail is toward the front of the chassis and that the brass
colored finger tab (D) is facing outward. With the holes in the chassis (C) aligned with the
holes in the rail, fasten the rail using the smallest screws (B) supplied with the rail kit.
OM09133
A
B
C
D
Figure 30. Aligning Rail to Chassis
Here is a combination side and rear view of the chassis after the right inside rail has been
attached.
OM10121
Figure 31. Chassis Rear and Side View
Installing the System in a Rack 49
4. Locate the front and rear rail brackets for one side of the rail kit. One pair (Figure 32, A and B)
exists for each side of the cabinet rack.
A
OM09145
B
Figure 32. Rail Brackets
5. Attach all four rail brackets to the cabinet rack. Be sure that the sharper angled side of each
bracket is facing up.
To attach a rail bracket, use two flat-head mounting screws (Figure 33, A), supplied with the
kit, to secure the bracket to the inside of the cabinet rack. Fasten the screws by aligning the
nutbar behind the bracket. Be sure that the nutbar is positioned such that the isolated hole (C)
is upright. Tighten the screws (A) through the nutbar holes (B). Figure 33 shows how to align
all pieces. The other brackets are attached similarly.
OM10061
B
C
A
Figure 33. Attaching Rail Brackets to the Cabinet Rack
50 Intel SR2100 Chassis Subassembly Product Guide
6. Attach the side rail system뭩 outer pieces (total of two) to the rail brackets you installed in
step six.
To attach the front part of an outer piece to a rail bracket, you must reveal the access hole
(Figure 34, A) by sliding the innermost piece toward the back. Once you see the access hole,
align it with the hole in the rail bracket (B) such that you can secure the bolt. Insert the screw
through the rail and the front hole in the bracket. Then put the nut on the backside of the rail
bracket.
B
OM09138
A
C
Figure 34. Attaching Outer Pieces to the Rail Brackets
7. To attach the rear part of the rail system to the rear rail bracket (Figure 35, A), slide the rail
system within the rail brackets such that you can place a bolt through the rail뭩 hole (B) and
into the rail bracket뭩 slot. Tighten the bolt and nut.
A
OM09144
B
C
Figure 35. Attaching the Rail System to the Rear Rail Bracket
/ NOTE
For a very deep cabinet, you might need to move the front screw used in the front
bracket to one of the bracket slots. If you do use slots instead of holes in the
brackets, be sure to use the same rail positions for both sides.
Installing the System in a Rack 51
8. Extend the right and left rails (Figure 36, A) so they fully extend in front of the cabinet rack and
slide the bearing insert (inside the rails) to the front of the rails. The rail system is now ready to
receive the chassis.
A A
OM09141
Figure 36. Extending the Rails
9. Lift the chassis with its front facing you and carefully guide the inner rail (Figure 37, A) that is
mounted to the chassis system, into the outer pieces (B) you attached in previous steps.
Gently move the system evenly towards the rear of the cabinet until it locks. Press the brass
colored finger tabs located in the center of each inner side rail piece to slide the chassis all the
way back. If you feel resistance as you slide the chassis, loosen the front mounting screws and
retighten them to adjust for width.
OM09143
A B
Figure 37. Guiding the Chassis into the Rack
52 Intel SR2100 Chassis Subassembly Product Guide
10. Be sure to use the largest screws to secure the chassis into the cabinet to keep the chassis from
sliding out. Figure 38 shows the system from the rear fully inserted into the cabinet.
OM10120
Figure 38. Chassis Mounted into the Rack
53
6 Maintaining the System
Should you have any problem with SR2100 components, you can order parts for the system and
replace them. For information about these parts and how to order them, contact your Intel
representative. The following procedures describe how to replace these components in your
system.
Safety: Before You Remove the Cover
Before removing the system cover to work inside the system, observe these safety guidelines.
1. Turn off all peripheral devices connected to the system.
2. Turn off the system by pressing the power button on the front of the system. Then unplug the
AC power cord from the system or wall outlet.
3. Label and disconnect all peripheral cables and all telecommunication lines connected to I/O
connectors or ports on the back of the system.
4. Wrist strap attached to chassis ground of the system뾞ny unpainted metal surface뾵hen
handling components.
54 Intel SR2100 Chassis Subassembly Product Guide
Replacing the Bezel
1. Open the bezel.
OM11055
Figure 39. Opening the Bezel
2. Place your hands to the right and left of the bezel such that you can gently press each bezel
hinge inward. Pressing the hinges inward removes the hinge pegs from the bezel mounts. (See
Figure 40.)
OM11056
A
Figure 40. Removing Hinge Pegs from Bezel Mounts
Maintaining the System 55
3. Remove the right bezel mount by removing the two screws from the back of the bezel mount.
4. Remove the left bezel mount by removing the two screws from the back of the bezel mount.
OM11140
Figure 41. Removing a Bezel Mount
5. Locate the two new bezel mounts and the screws used to fasten them to the right and left sides
of the front panel.
OM09186
Figure 42. Bezel Mounting Hardware
56 Intel SR2100 Chassis Subassembly Product Guide
6. Align the right bezel mount with the fastening hole on the right side of the system뭩 front panel.
Fasten the mount to the panel by securing the two screws from the back of the bezel mount.
OM11141
Figure 43. Attaching the Bezel Mount
7. Attach the left bezel mount to the left side of the system in a manner similar to that described
for the right bezel mount.
8. Locate the bezel뭩 left and right hinges (Figure 44, A) and extend them away from the bezel.
OM09731
A
Figure 44. Extending the Bezel Hinges
9. Align the round pegs at the ends of the hinges with their respective holes in each bezel mount
(Figure 45, A). Press inward on each hinge slightly to allow you to seat the pegs in the holes.
OM11057
A
Figure 45. Attaching the Bezel
Maintaining the System 57
Replacing the Front Panel Board
1. Observe the safety precautions at the beginning of this chapter.
2. Remove the cover from the chassis.
3. Unplug the cables from the front panel board.
OM10728
A
B
Figure 46. Replacing the Front Panel Board
4. Remove and save the two mounting screws (Figure 46, B) from the board. Remove the
board (A) from the chassis.
5. Install the new board in the chassis using the two screws removed earlier.
6. Plug the cables back into the front panel board.
7. Replace the chassis cover if you have no additional work to do inside the chassis.
58 Intel SR2100 Chassis Subassembly Product Guide
Replacing the Hot Swap Backplane
1. Observe the safety precautions at the beginning of this chapter.
2. Remove the disk drives from the hot swap drive bay.
3. Remove the cover from the chassis.
4. Locate the backplane board (Figure 47, A) and the cables connected to it.
OM11142
A
B
C
D
A. SCSI backplane
B. SCSI data cable
C. Power connector
D. Front panel connector
Figure 47. Disconnecting the Hot Swap Backplane
5. Disconnect the SCSI data cable (B) from the backplane.
6. Disconnect the power cable (C) from the backplane.
7. Disconnect the front panel cable (D) from the backplane.
Maintaining the System 59
8. Remove and save the four screws (Figure 48, A) that hold the bay assembly to the bottom of
the chassis.
OM11143
A
D
C
B
Figure 48. Removing the Hot Swap Bay
9. Remove and save the two screws (B) that hold the bay assembly to the front of the chassis.
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