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Sun Blade 6048 Modular System

Site Planning Guide

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1.  Site Planning for the Sun Blade 6048 Modular System

Customer Obligations

System Configuration

Preparing the Site Before the System Arrives

Load-Bearing and Handling Precautions

Power and Electrical Requirements

Power Budgeting

Cooling Requirements

Temperature and Humidity Requirements

Airflow Requirements

Clearance for Service and Aisle Requirements

Route to the Data Center

Facility Safety

Secure Installation Requirements

Placement of an Oracle Product

Hazardous Conditions Precaution

System Specifications

Shipping Crate Physical Specifications

Chassis and Components Dimensions and Weights

AC Power Requirements

Environmental Specifications

Thermal Design Specifications

Acoustic Noise Emissions

Regulatory Compliance

Site Planning Checklist

A.  Conversion Information


Facility Safety

Observe the following guidelines and precautions when installing the Sun Blade 6048 modular system.

Secure Installation Requirements

To minimize personal injury in the event of a seismic occurrence, you must securely fasten the cabinet in which the system is installed to a rigid structure extending from the floor to the ceiling, or from the walls, of the room in which the cabinet is located.

Install the cabinet on a level surface. At the base of the cabinet is an anti-tilt bar. This bar must be extended before you install the Sun Blade 6048 modular system to prevent the cabinet from moving.

Placement of an Oracle Product


Caution - Failure to follow the following guidelines can cause overheating and affect the reliability of your system.

Do not block or cover the openings of the Sun Blade 6048 modular system. Never place a Oracle product near a radiator or heat register. Air cools the Sun Blade 6048 modular system from front to back. The front and rear cabinet door clearances must provide sufficient space for cooling. See Airflow Requirements for specific clearance specifications.

Hazardous Conditions Precaution

Because of the inherent nature of the system’s modular design, care must be taken to ensure that operators are not exposed to moving parts and sharp edges.