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|lencooley||9:20pm on Saturday, October 30th, 2010|
|Overall, for the price, this was an amazing buy. Android 1.5 is not great, but it does excel in comparison to its Apple competitors.|
|Alexei_B||5:19am on Monday, October 4th, 2010|
|Hi! Even without installing, the Galaxy Spica can read Korean text. If you want to install Korean text (keyboard) in your phone.|
|bluedwarf||2:49pm on Monday, September 6th, 2010|
|Very good value for money. Capacitive screen is very responsive. Little lag, very smooth.|
|Pedro A,||1:35pm on Thursday, August 26th, 2010|
|This is a darn decent phone for the price, despite its shortcomings. Just a look at what I have had before this.|
|tholcz||10:25pm on Wednesday, August 4th, 2010|
|Hello, is it possible to have or download a Korean language support and Korean (keyboard) txt for this?|
|MadingS||1:29am on Thursday, March 25th, 2010|
|use google voice just use wifi in area to text and call people. cheapest plan i could think of "free". although sucks if your in a area without wifi.|
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Galaxy Classic Control Panel Range
Features Self diagnostics Intrusion trace Programmable function keys User names Fast forward/reverse search Mechanical lid tamper switch Event log date search 7 access levels Remote servicing System configuration display Programmable user menu High/low resistance monitoring Automatic summer time On-line printing Reversible output polarity One-touch operation Digicom keypad programmable Programmable output module The Galaxy 18, 60, 128, 504 panels are high performance, fully addressable security control panels.The control panels may be fitted with a combination of Remote Input Modules (RIOs) and keypads fitted on an RS485 data communication line. All of the systems are capable of measuring voltage and resistance on each of the zones, as well as carrying out communication level diagnostics on keypads and RIOs.
Zones Expander's Keypad's Access Standard Access Intelligent Access Radio Audio Key/Prox RS485 User Codes Areas Outputs Service Timer Zone Types Output Types Event Log Access Log Printer Module Dialler Module Auto Timers TCP/IP Pre-Check PID Lockout Links Link Outputs Part Set RS232 Module Ethernet Module Remote Servicing Diagnostics Macro Logic DD243 Compliant Deep Discharge Battery Monitor PSU rating Screen cable EOL Coded Reset EN10 to16 yes 3 ? Yes No 6 to 10 Yes Optional Optional 20 ? No ? No Yes Optional Optional Yes Yes ? Yes Yes Yes 1A/3A Yes Yes Yes No to 16 yes 4 ? Yes No 6 to 30 Yes Optional Optional 20 ? Yes ? No Yes Optional Optional Yes Yes ? Yes Yes Yes 1A/3A Yes Yes Yes No to 32 yes 32 ? Yes No 4 to 256 Yes Optional Optional 20 ? Yes ? No Yes Optional Optional Yes Yes ? Yes Yes Yes 1A/3A Yes Yes Yes No
A combined keypad and proximity card-reader, this device offers the option of setting/unsetting the system either by entering in a PIN or by presenting a Proximity ID card to the base of the unit. Stylish design Tactile, rubber buttons Back-lit display and buttons Set/unset system with code and/or proximity ID card Easy programming of new cards onto the system Accepts most popular card types Choice of reader protocol (ASK/HID) Provides full system control Tamper protection Connected directly to the Galaxy panel (via direct cable) but can be mounted up to 1000m from the control panel Extra security can be achieved via an optional two stage setting operation. This can be: 1) CODE + 2) CARD or 1) CARD + 2) CARD or 1) CODE + 2) CODE The use of the KeyProx and MAX3 allows completion of unsetting a system using portable equipment (card or fob) in compliance with the British Standard DD243:2002.
The Galaxy 4 way relay interface is used with RIOs to connect the 12V Darlington Driver outputs to clean relay signals. This is particularly useful to trigger response events on a CCTV System or other monitoring type package. The Galaxy Doorguard unit provides an Exitguard facility when used with Galaxy 60/500 or 512. Exitguard enables a fire exit door to be monitored locally, even when the alarm is unset. Anyone opening the fire exit door will cause the Doorguard Buzzer to sound. Operation of the on board keyswitch isolates the door and allows authorised access/egress without an alarm being raised.
A small, stylish combined proximity ID card reader and door control module that can operate in either on-line mode with the Galaxy or in stand-alone mode. The Galaxy system can be set and unset using proximity ID cards presented to the MAX3 Allows regulation of access to individual doors within a system or as a stand-alone unit In conjunction with a Galaxy control panel, the MAX3 can manage access for up to 1000 users (system dependant) If used in stand-alone mode, this intelligent unit can manage access for up to 1000 users A compact unit with sophisticated styling, MAX3 is completely sealed to permit both indoor and outdoor use Tamper protected On a large Galaxy security system - 512 and 504 zones - up to 32 readers can be installed. The panel event log will record up to 1000 card activations Connected directly to the Galaxy panel (via direct cable) but can be mounted up to 1000m from the control panel Range of mounting options and accessories available
Remote input output interfaces are linked with the main control panel via a 4 wire communication bus. Field devices are wired into the inputs or outputs and are then controlled from the panel on a multiplex basis. Each RIO has eight individually identifiable inputs and 4 controllable outputs, together with a separate tamper indication from each RIO box. Both the inputs and outputs are fully programmable. The Smart PSU integrates a three amp power supply with an eight zone RIO. The SPSU can be used in place of the RIO to overcome power problems that may arise when connecting distant detection devices to the panel. Using an SPSU (rather than a RIO with external power supply), will allow the battery levels and battery capacity to be monitored at the panel.
Door Guard Interface
A module which is used to provide protection to doors requiring immediate local alarm warning. The Door Guard Interface can be configured for both stand-alone use (connected to a power supply only) or as an integrated unit with the Galaxy security system providing details of door status at the control panel Door access requires a key, which temporarily suspends the door monitoring Unauthorised access to a protected area results in a local, audible warning as well as an indication at the Galaxy panel
Printers & Interfaces
24hr Door Alarm & Fire Door Checker
Part Numbers 608.010.608.010.312 Description Galaxy 18, Galaxy 60. 60 Zone Commercial Programmable Control Panel. Galaxy 60. 60 Zone Residential Programmable Control Panel Complete with Smart PSU and Modem. Galaxy 504 with Smart Power Supply and Telecom Module. Galaxy Remote Input Output Unit (RIO) in Plastic Box. Galaxy Smart power supply unit boxed. Galaxy printer interface. LQ 300+ Epson dot matrix alarm printer - 24 pin 80 character Galaxy RS232 communication module in metal housing. Galaxy 4 way relay interface Galaxy doorguard. MAX 3 Proximity Reader Module Galaxy MAX 3 Proximity Keyfob Galaxy MAX 3 Proximity Card
The LQ 300 printer is designed as a low cost business printer ideally suited for use with the Galaxy range of Control Panels (use 6521) The printer interface allows either real time printing of all events or print, on request, of items held in the log. The printer interface will operate in conjunction with any standard serial printer.
RS232 Communication Module
The RS232 Communication module has three distinct operating modes. It can operate as either a printer interface, a memory buffer or a direct connection interface to a PC package. As a printer interface, the unit converts the system RS485 to standard printer format RS232 for connection to any serial printer. As a memory buffer, the unit can be used to download the programming parameters of a panel for temporary storage. The information can later be uploaded either to a PC package or another panel. This functionality is particularly useful when upgrading systems. In direct connect mode the unit allows the control panel to be connected directly to a PC running Galaxy Gold and/or alarm monitoring software. This enables local monitoring and control of the control panels on a PC that may be located in the Guard house for instance.
608.010.318 608.010.6521 557.180.608.010.331 A38402 A38403
For further information on how ADT can help you, contact your local office or phone free on
999 or visit us at www.adt.co.uk
Head Office: ADT Fire and Security plc, Security House, The Summit, Hanworth Road, Sunbury-on-Thames, Middlesex TW16 5DB. ADT and the ADT logo are registered trademarks of ADT Services AG and are used under license. ADT reserves the right to modify or withdraw any product or service without notice.
Ref No PSI151A Issue 2 November Tyco Fire & Security plc
The battery is not user replaceable and should only be disconnected by the manufacturer. The battery should be disposed of in accordance with National regulations.
-48V DC PSU/Cooling Module Safety Requirements
The following paragraphs summarize additional safety requirements to be observed when installing or operating a -48V DC Power Supply/Cooling module: Please refer to section 2.4.3, -48V DC PSU Procedure for full details of European and North American safety requirements applicable to this module. Voltage Rating The marked rated voltage for the-48VDC Power Supply/Cooling module is -40V DC to -60V DC. The equipment is intended to operate from a centralized dc supply system with a NOMINAL voltage of -48V DC or -60V DC.The voltage from a nominal -48V DC system may vary, due to float charging or discharge conditions, from -40V DC to -60V DC.The voltage from a nominal -60V DC system may vary, due to float charging or discharge conditions, from -48V DC to -72V DC. Caution If this equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the protection provided by the equipment may be impaired. Equipment Location The rear of this Equipment (in particular the supply terminals and wiring to the terminals on the power supply) must only be located in a RESTRICTED ACCESS LOCATION where both of the following apply (Ref.UL60950): access can only be gained by SERVICE PERSONNEL or by USERS who have been instructed about the reasons for the restrictions applied to the location and about any precautions that shall be taken; and access is through the use of a TOOL or lock and key, or other means of security and is controlled by the authority responsible for the location. Disconnect Device The wiring installation must provide a disconnect device close to the product. Wiring Must be connected in accordance with the local and National wiring regulations. Wire Temperature Rating The supply wiring to the power supply terminal blocks must have a minimum temperature rating of 75C.mu Circuit Protection The building installation must provide overcurrent and short circuit protection in the non earthed supply conductor.
-48V DC PSU: USA and Canadian Safety Requirements
Wiring Methods Wiring method must be code compliant in the field. Wiring methods must be in accordance with the U.S. National Electric Code, Article 300. Earthing This equipment is designed to permit the connection of the earthed conductor (+) of the dc supply circuit to the earthing conductor at the equipment. Protective Earth Conductor Size
Power down your host computer and all attached peripheral devices before beginning installation. Each enclosure contains up to 16 removable disk drive modules. Disk units are fragile. Handle them with care, and keep them away from strong magnetic fields. All the supplied plug-in modules and blanking plates must be in place for the air to flow correctly around the enclosure and also to complete the internal circuitry. If the subsystem is used with modules or blanking plates missing for more than a few minutes, the enclosure can overheat, causing power failure and data loss. Such use may also invalidate the warranty. If you remove any drive module, you may lose data. If you remove a drive module, replace it immediately. If it is faulty, replace it with a drive module of the same type and capacity Ensure that all disk drives are removed from the enclosure before attempting to manhandle or move the rack installation. Do not abandon your backup routines. No system is completely foolproof.
Special Tools and Equipment
There are no special tools required but in order to complete the assembly of some configurations you may need the following (not supplied): Security keys (one of these should be included with your Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID enclosure for use with the drive locks).
Mylex Encyclopedia of Controller Fundamentals & Features (P/N 775041-01, Rev C)
1.1 The Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID System
Figure 11 The Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID (FC-AL) System
1.2 The Enclosure Core Product
The Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID design concept is based on a subsystem together with a set of plug-in modules. The Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID subsystem as supplied comprises: Chassis and Backplane with integral Operators Panel. 2 Power Supply/Cooling plug-in modules two variants are available: .AC, 450W PSU.(see Figure 15) -48V DC, 450W PSU (see Figure 16) FC-AL Drive Carrier Modules and associated dummy carrier modules (See Figure 112). FC-AL LRC 2Gb/s Input/Output Modules with integrated Mylex San Array Pro controllers.(See Figure 19).
1.2.1 Enclosure Chassis
The chassis consists of a sheet metal enclosure assembly containing a Backplane PCB and module runner system. This chassis assembly also includes an integral Ops Panel, mounted at the rear. The chassis assembly contains 16 drive bays at the front, each of which accommodates a plug-in drive carrier module. The 16 drive bays are arranged in 4 rows of 4 drives. At the rear, the chassis assembly contains 5 module bays to house Power Supply/Cooling modules and LRC I/O modules The Backplane PCB provides logic level signal and low voltage power distribution paths. Figure 12 and Figure 13 show front and rear views of an RS-1600 chassis respectively. The 4 x 4 chassis is fitted with 19 inch Rack mounting features which enables it to be fitted to standard 19 inch racks and uses 3EIA units of rack space. A Bay is defined as the space required to house a single 1.0" high 3.5 inch disk drive in its carrier module. e.g. a 1 x 4 bay module would take the space of 1 drive width by 4 drive bays high (in rack mount configuration).
Figure 12 Enclosure Chassis (Front)
Figure 13 Enclosure Chassis (Rear)
1.2.2 Tower Option
An optional tower kit is available, which can be fitted to the rack chassis described here.
Figure 14 Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID Tower Option
1.3 The Plug-in Modules
An Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID Enclosure requires one or more of the following modules for normal operation:
1.3.1 Power Supply/Cooling Module
Two variants of the Power Supply/Cooling module are available for the Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID: Auto ranging AC 450W PSU/Cooling module -48V DC 450W PSU/Cooling module Warning Do not mix PSU/Cooling modules of different PSU/Cooling Module Two Power Supply/Cooling modules (Figure 15) are supplied mounted in the rear of the enclosure as part of the subsystem core product.
Figure 15 AC Power Supply/Cooling Module
PSU voltage operating ranges are nominally 115V or 230V AC, selected automatically.
Four LEDs mounted on the front panel of the Power Supply/Cooling Module indicate the status of the PSU and the fans.
-48V DC PSU/Cooling Module
A -48V DC Input Power Supply/Cooling Module variant is also available (Figure 16).
Figure 16 -48V DC PSU Warning The Supply/Cooling module is not an operator removable part. It should only be removed by a technician who has knowledge of the hazards present within the module.
Multiple Power Supply/Cooling Modules
The Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID system must always be operated with two Power Supply/Cooling modules fitted. The two Power Supply/Cooling modules operate together so that if one fails the other maintains the power supply and cooling while you replace the faulty unit. Module replacement should only take a few minutes to perform but must be completed within 10 minutes from removal of the failed module.
1.3.2 Operators Panel
Supplied as an integral part of the Enclosure core product, a typical Operators (Ops) Panel is shown in Figure 17.
Figure 17 Operators (Ops) Panel The Ops Panel provides the enclosure with a micro controller which is used to monitor and control all elements of the Enclosure.
Ops Panel Indicators and Switches
The Ops Panel includes Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) which show the status for all modules, an Audible Alarm which indicates when a fault state is present, a push-button Alarm Mute switch and a thumb wheel SEL_ID address Range selector switch. The Ops Panel switch functions are shown in Table 11.
Switch settings are only read at Power On.
Table 11 Ops Panel Switch Functions Default settings for Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID LRC usage at 2Gb/s Switch Number 1 Function Loop Select, Single (1x16) or Dual (2x8) Loop Terminate Mode Hub Mode Select Not Used RAID Host Hub Speed Sw5 Select switches On Off 7&8 Drive Loop Speed Select Sw7 On Off 9 & 10 Drive Addressing Mode Selection SOFT SELECT Not Used Sw9 On On Sw6 Off Off Sw8 Off Off Sw10 On Mode 0 Select Functions using the hardware switches Force 2Gb/s Force 1Gb/s Force 2Gb/s Force 1Gb/s Recommended Setting On Definition LRC operates on single loop of 16 drives Mandatory On Off If No Signal is present on External FC port the loop will be healed internally RAID Host FC ports will not be linked together internally
All mandatory settings must be observed in order for the Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID system to function correctly.
1.3.3 Loop Resiliency Circuit Input/Output Module (Galaxy 60)
The Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID storage subsystem includes an enclosure with rear facing bays which house two Loop Resiliency Circuit (LRC) I/O modules with integrated Mylex San Array Pro FFX2 RAID controller. (see Figure 13) The FC-AL Backplane incorporates two independent loops formed by Port Bypass Circuits within the LRC I/O modules. The plug-in LRC modules have been designed for integration into a Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAIDstorage subsystem, utilizing FCAL interfacing with the host computer system. Processors housed on the LRC modules provide enclosure management and interface to devices on the Backplane, PSU, LRC and Ops Panel, to monitor internal functions. These processors operate in a master slave configuration to allow failover.
The module incorporates the following LED indicators, shown in Figure 18: Drive Loop Signal Good (Green) Host Port 0 Signal Good (Green) 2Gb/s indicator Host Port 1 Signal Good (Green) 2Gb/s indicator Cache Active (Green) RAID Activity (Green) RAID Fault (Amber) ESI/LRC module fault LED (Amber)
Figure 18 LRC Physical Layout The enclosure may be configured with either 1 or 2 RAID modules. If only 1 module is fitted a matching LRC module must be fitted. The RAID Module must be installed in slot A (rear bay 3, see Figure 13) Important Fitting of a RAID controller to the LRC module is a factory only operation.
Figure 19 Galaxy 60 LRC I/O Module Do not attempt to lift the enclosure by means of the extended LRC module
Figure 110 Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID Enclosure with FC-AL LRC I/O Modules and AC PSUs Installed
Figure 111 Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID Enclosure with FC-AL LRC I/O Modules and -48V DC PSUs Installed The FFX2 LRC module operates at 1 or 2 Gb. One external port for expansion to further enclosures is provided by a SFP connector Two external ports to the host controllers are provided from Small Form Factor (SFP) GBIC modules, auto-bypass at the output ports is provided. Note The RS-1600 product range is available in 1Gb, 2Gb, JBOD or RAID variants, by changing the LRC modules. Please contact your supplier for details.
1.3.4 Drive Carrier Module
The Drive Carrier module comprises a hard disk mounted in a carrier. Each drive bay will house a single 1.0 inch high, 3.5 inch disk drive in its carrier. Each disk drive is enclosed in a die-cast aluminum carrier which provides excellent thermal conduction, radio frequency and electro-magnetic induction protection and affords the drive maximum physical protection. The front cap also supports an ergonomic handle which provides the following functions: Camming of carrier into and out of drive bays. Positive 'spring loading' of the drive/backplane connector. An anti-tamper lock operated by a torx socket type key.
Figure 112 Drive Carrier Module
Drive Status Indicators
Each drive carrier incorporates two indicators, an upper (Green) and lower (Amber). In normal operation the green indicator will be ON and will flicker as the drive operates.
Anti-tamper locks are fitted in the drive carrier handles (Figure 113) and are accessed through the small cutout in the latch section of the handle.These are provided to disable the normal pinch' latch action of the carrier handle.
Figure 113 Anti-tamper Lock
1.3.5 Dummy Carrier Modules
Dummy carrier modules are provided for fitting in all unused drive bays. They are designed as integral drive module front caps with handles and must be fitted to all unused drive bays to maintain a balanced airflow. Warning Operation of the Enclosure with ANY modules missing will disrupt the airflow and the drives will not receive sufficient cooling. It is ESSENTIAL that all apertures are filled before operating the unit. Dummy Carriers are available for this purpose.
1.4 Visible and Audible Alarms
The functional modules have associated status LEDs. The Ops Panel shows a consolidated status for all modules. LEDs show constant green for good or positive indication. Constant Amber LEDs indicate there is a fault present within that module. The Ops Panel also incorporates an Audible Alarm to indicate when a fault state is present and also an Alarm Mute push-button. Warning The Ops Panel is an integral part of the enclosure chassis assembly and can only be replaced by trained personnel.
1.5 Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID Technical Specification
Rack Enclosure Height 134mm, Width 446mm, Depth 580mm Tower Enclosure Height 501mm, Width 230mm (including mounting feet), Depth 580mm Note It is recommended that a rack with a depth of no less than 700mm is used with this product.
Maximum Configuration Empty Enclosure (Rack) PSU/Cooling Module LRC I/O Module Tower Conversion Kit Rack mount: Tower: 37kg (81lb) 40kg (88lb) 9kg (19.8lb) 4kg (8.8lb) 1.5kg (3.11lb.) 3kg (6.6lb)
LED Functions Drive Loop Signal Good Host Port 0 Signal Good Host Port 1 Signal Good 2Gb/s speed (2 LEDs fitted) Cache Active RAID Active RAID Fault ESI/LRC module fault LED Power Dissipation 3A @ 3.3V 2A @ 5V 2A @ 12V Green Green Green Green Green Green Amber Amber
1.5.9 Drive Carrier Module Specification
Please contact your supplier for details of approved drives. Important Operating the Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID subsystem with non-approved drives may invalidate the warranty. Module Dimensions Weight Height 29.1mm Width 106.55mm Depth 207mm 0.88kg (1.0 36Gb drive)
Operating Temperature 5 C to 40 C (when installed in an RS-1600 system enclosure with dual Power Supply/Cooling Modules) Power Dissipation 22 Watts maximum
1.5.10 Software Enclosure Services (SES) Support
The enclosure has a sophisticated self-monitoring and reporting function which conforms to ANSI SES specifications.This reports on such topics as: Enclosure temperature Fan speed Drive condition Operator panel status
For more information on the implementation of this function please request a copy of the SES specification from your supplier.
RAID LRC & ESI Function Memory >400k Hrs MBTF 1.2 MHz 256Mb - 512Mb
For further information please refer to the Mylex Encyclopedia of Controller Fundamentals & Features.
In this chapter, you are shown how to install your Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID Enclosure and plug-in modules into an industry standard 19 inch rack cabinet. Caution When connecting up the Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID system, use only the power cords supplied or cords which match the specification quoted in section 1.5.5.
2.2 Planning Your Installation
Before you begin installation you should become familiar with the configuration requirements of your RS1600-Galaxy 60 system, detailed in Table 21. The correct positions of each of the optional plug-in modules are shown in Figure 21. Please refer to section for 2.5 details of FC-AL configurations and installation.
Table 21 Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID Configuration
Module Drive Bays
Location ALL drive bays must be fitted with either a drive carrier module or a dummy carrier, no bays should be left completely empty.
Power Supply/Cooling Two Power Supply/Cooling modules must be fitted. Full power and cooling Modules redundancy is provided while a faulty module is replaced. Install the Power Supply/Cooling modules in rear Bays 1 & 5. Note: Rear bays are numbered from 1 to 5 commencing from the right hand side) LRC I/O Modules Ops Panel Install in rear Bays 3 and 4. Installed in rear Bay 2 (integral part of chassis assembly)
Caution: Operation of the Enclosure with ANY modules missing will disrupt the airflow and the drives will not receive sufficient cooling. It is ESSENTIAL that all apertures are filled before operating the unit. Dummy Drive Carriers are available for this purpose.
2.2.1 Enclosure Bay Numbering Convention
The enclosure bay numbering convention is shown in Figure 21. A Bay is defined as the space required to house a single 1.0" high 3.5 inch disk drive in its carrier module. e.g. a 1 x 4 bay module would take the space of 1 drive width by 4 drive bays high (in the rack mount configuration). The Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID subsystem is housed in a 4 x 4 enclosure, i.e. 4 bays wide by 4 bays high. The front bays are numbered 1 to 4 from left to right, viewed from the front. Bays are numbered from 1 (top row) to 4 (bottom row). Drive Carrier Module locations are identified from a matrix of the top and side numbers. The rear bays are numbered 1 to 5 from right to left, viewed from the rear Important Drive carrier module must always be fitted in locations 1/1 (drive 0) and 4/4 (drive 15). This is the minimum configuration required for the system to operate and provide SES Management Services.
2.3 Enclosure Installation Procedures
Caution The Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID enclosure with all its component parts installed is too heavy for easy installation into a Rack cabinet. The following procedures describe the installation of the Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID enclosure and highlights any critical co-requisite requirements and good handling practices which we encourage you to follow so as to ensure that a successful installation is achieved in the easiest manner. Ensure that you have fitted and checked a suitable anti-static wrist or ankle strap and observe all conventional ESD precautions when handling Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID modules and components. Avoid contact with Backplane components and module connectors, etc.
The Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID Enclosure is designed for installation into an industry standard 19 inch cabinet capable of holding the unit. Minimum depth 580 mm from front flange to rear metalwork (excludes rear cabling). Weight: up to 37kg dependent upon configuration) per enclosure. A minimum gap of 25mm (1inch) clearance between the rack cover and front of drawer; and 50mm (2 inches) rear clearance between rear of drawer and rear of rack is recommended in order to maintain the correct air flow around the enclosure. The rack should present a maximum back pressure of 5 pascals (0.5mm water gauge).
The PSU must be connected to a Branch circuit that is protected by a LISTED Branch Protector. The rating of the LISTED Branch Protector >= 125% of the product rating and the rating of the LISTED Branch Protector =< current rating of wire supplying the equipment. U.S. National Electric Code, Article 210-3, Article 240. Minimum Wire Size 12 AWG minimum must be used for the input connections to the terminal block on the power supply. Terminal Block Connections The terminal block is suitable for Field Wiring and Factory Wiring. 184.108.40.206 Warning 1 Caution Installation Procedure Installation of this PSU module should only be performed by qualified personnel. Check for damage, especially to the rear connector on the Power Supply/Cooling module. Handle the module carefully and avoid damaging the connector pins. Do not install the module if any pins appear to be bent. With the PSU handle (Figure 26) in the open position, slide the module into the enclosure.
I-48V PSU Module - Handle in Open Position
Cam the module home by manually closing the PSU handle (see Figure 27). A click should be heard as the handle latches engage (see Figure 28).
installing a -48V DC PSU (1)
Installing a -48V DC PSU (2)
Remove all supply power by turning off the supply at the disconnect device located near to the equipment. Remove the terminal block cover. Connect the wires in accordance with the Wiring Instructions in section 220.127.116.11. Replace the terminal block cover.
18.104.22.168 Warning 1
Turn the supply power back on. Switch on power at the PSU switch. Wiring Instructions for -48V DC PSU The +48V and-48V terminals are not connected to chassis earth. For installations with -48V earthed a shorting link must be added (see Figure 29).
Figure 210 Separate Earth
For installations with a separate earth, connect the earth cable to the earth terminal (see Figure 210)
2.5 Galaxy 60 FC-AL I/O Module Configuration
Important Please refer to section.9 for information on FC-AL drive configurations. 2
2.5.1 FC-FFX2 FC-AL Internal Loop Structures
One 16 drive dual loop.structure can be created with the Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID enclosure. Please refer to section 2.5.2 for details of 1 x 16 drive loops.
Figure 215 Installing an FC-FFX2 Drive Carrier Module (1)
Release the carrier handle, by pressing the latch in the handle towards the right and insert the carrier into the enclosure (Figure 215). For a Rack Mounted System: Ensure that the carrier is orientated so that the drive is uppermost and the handle opens from the left. For a Tower System: Ensure that the carrier is orientated so that the carrier lock position is uppermost and the handle opens from the top
Slide the carrier, gently, all the way into the enclosure until it is stopped by the camming lever on the right of the carrier (Figure 216) Cam the carrier home - the camming foot on the base of the carrier will engage into a slot in the enclosure. Continue to push firmly until the handle fully engages. A click should be heard as the latch engages and holds the handle closed (Figure 217). Ensure that the handle always opens from the left.
Figure 216 Installing an FC-FFX2 Drive Carrier Module (2)
Figure 217 Installing an FC-FFX2 Drive Carrier Module (3)
Removal is the reverse of this procedure (press on the latch to release the handle).
2.10.3 Dummy Carrier Modules
Any unused drive bays must be fitted with a dummy carrier module.
2.10.4 Engaging the Anti-tamper Locks
The anti-tamper locks are fitted in the drive carrier handles and are accessed through the small cutout in the latch section of the handle. Drives are supplied with the locks set in the locked position. 2.10.4.Activating the Locks Carefully insert the lock key provided into the cutout in the handle. Locate the key into its socket. Rotate the key in a clockwise direction until the indicator is visible in the aperture beside the key.
Figure 218 Activating the Anti-tamper Lock
Remove the key. De-activation is the reverse of this procedure, that is: Rotate the key in a anti-clockwise direction until the indicator is no longer visible in the aperture beside the key.
A drive carrier cannot be installed if its anti-tamper lock is activated outside the Enclosure.
2.11 Power Cord Connection
2.11.1 Parts Check List
Power cords to requisite local standards
Attach the power cords to the Power Supply/Cooling Modules, Warning The power connections must always be disconnected prior to removal of the Power Supply/ Cooling module from the enclosure.
2.12 Grounding Checks
Perform these checks to ensure that a safe grounding system is provided. If a rack distribution system is being used. Ensure power is removed from the rack. Connect the Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID power cord to the rack distribution and the enclosure.
If a direct connection is made with the Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID power cord, ensure that it is connected to the enclosure. Warning Some electrical circuits could be damaged if external signal cables or power control cables are present during the grounding checks. Check for continuity between the earth pin of the IEC 320 connector on one of the Power Supply/ Cooling modules and any exposed metal surface of the Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID enclosure.
3.1 Before You Begin
Before powering up your Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID enclosure please ensure that all the modules are firmly seated in their correct bays.
3.2 Power On
Do not operate the subsystem until the ambient temperature is within the specified operating range. If the drives have been recently installed ensure they have had time to acclimatize before operating them. Note Please refer to Section 3.3 for details of the Ops Panel LEDs and related fault conditions. Follow the procedure below to power up the enclosure. Apply AC Mains power to the enclosure. Turn the Power Supply/Cooling modules to ON. On the Ops Panel, the Audible Alarm beeps once, all LEDs flash for 7 seconds then the Alarm double beeps. All LEDs on the Ops Panel should be lit (Green) when the enclosure power is activated (and the disk drive motors should start). All LEDs on the Ops Panel should be lit Green at power up to indicate that the system is functioning correctly. If any show Amber then a problem exists and the procedure in Chapter 4 , Troubleshooting and Problem Solving should be followed. If mains power is lost for any reason, on restoration of power the enclosure will re-start automatically.
3.2.1 Power Supply/Cooling Module LEDs
The Power Supply/Cooling module incorporates 4 LEDs, located below the On/Off switch and shown in Table 31. Under Normal conditions the LEDs should all be illuminated constant GREEN If a problem is detected the color of the relevant LED will change to AMBER.
Table 31 PSU LEDs
-48V DC PSU
PSU Good AC input Fail Fan Fault DC Output Fail
Green Amber Amber Amber
PSU Good Battery Fail Fan Fault DC Output Fail
3.3 Ops Panel LEDs
The Ops Panel LEDs fault and status conditions are defined in Table 32 and shown in Figure 31.
Ops Panel LEDs and Switches
Table 32 Ops Panel LED States
Ops Panel LEDs Power (Green) PSU/ Cooling/ Temp (Amber) Off On Off On On Off Off Off System (Amber) Address FC-FFX2 Hub Mode Loop Mode Error Speed Selected (Amber) Off On Off Off On Off On
Other Associated State Description LEDs or Alarm
On On On On On On On On
Off On Off Off Flash On On On
5V Aux present, overall power failed single beep, then double beep Ops Panel power On (5s) test state Power On, all functions good PSU LEDs or Fan Any PSU fault or Fan fault LEDs Over or Under temperature ESI LED on LRC ESI LED on LRC None ESI processor A Failed ESI processor B Failed Unknown (invalid or mixed) LRC module type installed, or 12C Bus Failure (inter ESI processor), or Backplane autostart watchdog failed. PSU removed and System power redundancy check option set. No indication if option not set. No SES Drives fitted Intermittent audible alarm Ops to ESI Communications failed Invalid address mode setting (change thumb wheel to valid ranges)
On On On
Flashing On Flashing
2Gb FC-FFX2 Drive loop speed selected RAID ONLY Host side Hub mode enabled
Please refer to Chapter 4 , Troubleshooting and Problem Solving for details of any fault indication.
3.4 Starting the Drives
All drives in the enclosure should automatically start their motors. If this has not occurred there may be a power problem (an alarm and power fault indication would normally be active). if there is only one Power Supply/Cooling Module present, the drive motors will spin up in a delayed sequence.
3.4.1 Disk Drives LEDs
Each drive carrier incorporates two indicators, an upper (GREEN) and lower (AMBER). In normal operation the Green LED will be ON and will flicker as the drive operates.
3.5 Power Down
To power the Enclosure down, either Switch off the Power Supply/Cooling modules installed in the Enclosure. or Remove AC Mains at the power source
Troubleshooting and Problem Solving
The Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID Enclosure includes a processor and associated monitoring and control logic to enable it to diagnose problems within the enclosures power, cooling and drive systems. The Enclosure Services Processor is housed along with the Ops Panel in the rear of the enclosure. The sensors for power and cooling conditions are housed within the Power Supply/Cooling modules. There is independent monitoring for each unit. If a fault is indicated on the Ops Panel, please refer firstly to Table 42 and then to the section referenced within that table.
When the Audible Alarm sounds, it may be muted by pressing the Alarm Mute push-button. Automatic muting will take place after two minutes if the mute switch is not manually operated. The Alarm Mute push-button is located above the indicators on the Ops Panel (see Figure 41). When the alarm is muted it will continue to sound with short intermittent bleeps to indicate that a problem still exists, It will be silenced when all problems are cleared. LED Test Mode The Alarm Mute push-button can also be used to test the LEDs on the Ops Panel. When the Mute pushbutton is held, all LEDs will be illuminated if there are no faults present.
The following sections describe common problems, with possible solutions, which can occur with your Galaxy 60 JBOD & RAID system Table 42 Ops Panel LED States Ops Panel LEDs Power (Green) PSU/ Cooling/ Temp (Amber) Off On Off On On Off Off Off System (Amber) Address FC-FFX2 Hub Mode Loop Mode Error Speed Selected (Amber) Off On Off Off On Off On single beep, then double beep 5V Aux present, overall power failed Ops Panel power On (5s) test state Power On, all functions good PSU LEDs or Fan Any PSU fault or Fan fault LEDs Over or Under temperature ESI LED on LRC ESI LED on LRC None ESI processor A Failed ESI processor B Failed Unknown (invalid or mixed) LRC module type installed, or 12C Bus Failure (inter ESI processor), or Backplane autostart watchdog failed. PSU removed and System power redundancy check option set. No indication if option not set. No SES Drives fitted Intermittent audible alarm Flashing Ops to ESI Communications failed Invalid address mode setting (change thumb wheel to valid ranges) On On 2Gb FC-FFX2 Drive loop speed selected RAID ONLY Host side Hub mode enabled Other Associated State Description LEDs or Alarm
4.4.1 System Faults
Symptom Cause Action 1 Check for other AMBER LED indications on the Power Supply/Cooling modules. If there is a PSU error present there may be a communications problem with that Power Supply/Cooling module. Remove and then re-fit the module, if the problem persists then change the module. 2 Check for other AMBER LED indications on the drives carriers. If none are evident then there may either be an ESI processor problem or a Backplane problem. 3 Change the Ops Panel module (see 4.8.2).
1 The SYSTEM LED will The ESI processor illuminate AMBER on has detected an the LRC internal fault (e.g. failure of an 2 Audible Alarm sound internal communications path)
4.4.2 Power Supply/Cooling Faults
Symptom 1 Ops Panel FAULTLED AMBER 2 An AMBER LED on one or more Power Supply/Cooling Modules. 3 Audible Alarm Sounding. Cause 1 Any power fault. 2 A fan failure. 3 A thermal condition which could cause PSU overheating. 2 Check AC Mains Connections to Power Supply/ Cooling module is live. 3 Disconnect the Power Supply/Cooling module from mains power and remove the module from the system, Re-install: if problem persists, replace Power Supply/Cooling Module. 4 Reduce the ambient temperature. Action 1 Check Power On/Off Switch on rear of Power Supply/Cooling module is switched ON.(not accessible on later models)
Replace the terminal block cover. Turn the supply power back on. Switch on power at the PSU switch.
Wiring Instructions for -48V DC PSU
The +48V and-48V terminals are not connected to chassis earth. For installations with +48V earthed a shorting link must be added (see Figure 48).
Figure 48 Shorting Link 2
For installations with a separate earth, connect the earth cable to the earth terminal (see Figure 49)
Figure 49 Separate Earth
4.8.2 Ops Panel
The Ops Panel is an integral part of the enclosure chassis assembly and can only be replaced by trained personnel.
4.8.3 LRC I/O Module
Please refer to section 2.7, LRC I/O Module Installation, on page 28 for full information on installing the I/O module. Important Fitting of a RAID controller to the LRC module is a factory only operation.
Removing the Module
Do not remove this module unless a replacement can be immediately added. The system must not be run without all units in place. Switch off and disconnect the power supply cord. Using two hands, grasp each latch between the thumb and forefinger of each hand. Squeeze thumb and forefinger together to release the latch. Pull the latches forward to cam the module out of the enclosure (Figure 410).
Figure 410 Removing an LRC I/O Module (1) 3 Grip the latch handles and withdraw the LRC (Figure 411).
Figure 411 Removing an LRC I/O Module (2)
With the latch in the open position, slide the LRC module into the enclosure until the latch engages automatically. Cam the module home by manually closing the latches (see Figure 412). A click should be heard as the latch engages.
Figure 412 LRC Module Latch Operation
4.8.4 Insertion/Removal of SFP Modules
The LRC Module is fitted with 4 Small Form Factor (SFP) GBIC modules. Replacement of these modules should be performed in accordance with the following procedure: 3 Caution Switch off and disconnect the Power Supply/Cooling Module. Press down firmly on the removal tab located at the bottom of the cable. Remove the module by firmly gripping each side of it. If the module cannot be easily removed do not use force. Repeat step 2.
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