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Over heat sensor for blades c7000 enclosure

 
chuckk281
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Over heat sensor for blades c7000 enclosure

Pierre had a customer question:

 

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I have a customer with c7000 enclosure (24 ) and some rackmount servers , he already have some heat sensor that he want to install in rack to monitor and shutdown systems. The customer is asking for some information on what should be the thresholds to set. Do we have any white paper for heat protection in a data center and for c7000.

 

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input from Dan:

 

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Quickspecs contain the basic Operating Range Temps under the Tech Specs at the end of each

http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/12810_div/12810_div.html#Technical%20Specifications

Temperature Range

Operating            50° to 95° F (10° to 35° C)

Non-Operating   -22° to 140° F (-30° to 60° C)

 

The Blades also have this same detail in the QuickSpecs:

http://h18004.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/14208_div/14208_div.html#Technical%20Specifications

 

 

Inside the c7000 if you click n a blade, it will give you a bunch of thermal readings from the Sea of Sensors and it also contains Warning and Critical water levels for each.

Looks like this.  I pulled this from an old BIOS Advisory but that top line that is throwing an error is the inlet temp.

 

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Any other info that you can shed on this?