designed to provide redundant power supplies, from the
SuperStack II Advanced RPS chassis (3C16070/1), to the
products in 3Com’s SuperStack II range. There are two
modules; a 60 watt capacity unit (3C16072) to supply most
of the products and a 100 watt unit (3C16073) for those
products with a higher power requirement. To connect the
power module to the active units, use only the cables
supplied with this module or the special ‘Y’ cables available
from your supplier.
For more general information and warranty details
for these products, please refer to SuperStack II
Advanced RPS User Guide, partnumber
The optional SuperStack II Advanced RPS Management
Module provides management information to a Network
Manager. Details of the management functions are in the
Management Module user guide, partnumber
This guide is written for the installation engineer and the
network administrator who manages and maintains the
L’Information de Sécurité
Please read the safety information in the Advanced
RPS Chassis User Guide before installing the module.
Veuillez lire les instructions de sécurité dans le
manual d’utilisation du chassis de l’Advanced RPS
avant d’installer le module.
Lesen sie vor der Installation des Modules die
Sicherheitsinformationen in der Advanced RPS
Power Supply And Fuses
All power is supplied and fused from the Advanced RPS
chassis. There are no user-replaceable fuses on the Power
Installing The Module
Power Module Usage
You must not connect units with a total power require-
ment of more than 480 watts to any one chassis.
Single Power Modules must be considered as supplying
their rated power.
Each Power Module in the full redundancy configuration
may be considered as supplying half its rated power.
The SuperStack II Advanced RPS Power Modules may be
hot-inserted into the chassis.
It is important that the Power Modules are
cooled effectively. We strongly recommend
installing the Power Modules as evenly as
possible between the top and bottom slots.
Take off the blanking plate by removing the fixing screw.
Keep the blanking plate and screw in a safe place. You
will need it, if you remove a module, to close the chassis
to the ingress of dust and maintain the correct cooling
Slide the remote end of module into the runners and
push home firmly to connect to the backplane.
Secure the module with the screws provided.
Details of the permissible combinations of modules and
3Com products are given later in this user guide.
Connect the module output socket to the input of the unit
to which you wish to provide an alternative power source
using one of the special cables. Use a standard cable
(supplied with this module) to provide managed
redundancy or a special ‘Y’ cable (available from your
supplier) where full redundancy (resilience) is required.
Details of how to use the ‘Y’ cables are given on the guide
which accompanies the cables.
After installing the module, this guide should be stored
with your other 3Com user guides.
If the product you are connecting to the Power
Module does not have the auto-enable feature
SuperStack II Advanced RPS User Guide
partnumber DUA1607-0AAA0X), ensure the
mains cable is removed from it before
attempting to connect it to the Advanced RPS.
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