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Before You Begin
Perform all steps and fulfill all requirements in Preparing to Install the Blade
Pinch together the ends of the ejector arm handle to unlock it, rotate the lever out to the open position, and eject the filler panel.
Keep the filler panel for later use.
Caution - If you are not installing a blade into a slot, do not remove the slot filler panel. The slot filler panel is required to meet FCC standards for electromagnetic interference (EMI). Do not operate the chassis with empty slots for more than 60 seconds. Always insert a filler panel into an empty slot to reduce the possibility of chassis shutdown.
See Blade Rear Panel Features for the location of the rear connector cover.
The blade is now locked in the chassis.
After you install a blade into a powered-on chassis, the blade SP automatically boots using standby power from the chassis power supplies. The blade front panel indicators illuminate as follows:
After you plug in the blade, all four blade LEDs blink three times. This indicates that the blade has been powered on and the SP boot process has begun.
The green OK/Power LED blinks rapidly. This indicates that the SP is booting (0.125 seconds on, 0.125 seconds off).
After the SP completes its boot cycle, the green OK/Power LED blinks briefly once every 3 seconds indicating that the blade is in standby power mode.
Tip - For front panel LED information, see Blade Front Panel Features. For additional information about blade indicators, blade removal, power procedures, and front panel cable connections, see the Netra Blade X3-2B Service Manual.