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need to know number of rack units required for ISEE AC equipment

Marc Gijsbrechts
Occasional Contributor

need to know number of rack units required for ISEE AC equipment

Hi, I need to order an AC configuration and am looking for the number of rack units that's required to mount all the equiopment : spop,keyboard,screen.
Is taht information somewhere available on the web, together with the type of HW model that's ?delivered

 

 

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5 REPLIES
LisaW
HPE Pro

Re: need to know number of rack units required for ISEE AC equipment

The number of racks is only one of the items that needs to be gathered by your ASE(accout service eng). There are eligibility requirements that are first met then the ASE can order the needed equipment, including racks.
You can also find specifics at www.hp.com/go/instantsupport
The Real MD
Valued Contributor

Re: need to know number of rack units required for ISEE AC equipment

Hello,

I believe 4cm is one rack U

meansure your kit ( in cm's of course) add it all up and divide by 4. Thats how many U your kit will take up.

Alternatively you can send me tickets to belgium and i'll do it for you, and i'll pickup some delicious belgium chocolates on the way back.

hope this helps

Martin.
The Real MD
Valued Contributor

Re: need to know number of rack units required for ISEE AC equipment

can you ellaborate on your requirements.

Regards

Martin.
John de Villiers
Frequent Advisor

Re: need to know number of rack units required for ISEE AC equipment

The server normally used for an SPOP is 4U.

A Keyboard tray is nomally 1U or 2U depending on the type used.

A Screen tray is nomally 8U to 10U

1U = 3 holes in the rack
Chris Collingwood_3
Occasional Visitor

Re: need to know number of rack units required for ISEE AC equipment

The server is 5U, I think.
Depending what keyboard/screen option you order, you could get an RKM5600 (integrated Keyboard/mouse/monitor which requires only 1U, or as per a previous post, a standard screen which takes lots of space.
Cheers
Chris