ALLIED TELESIS AT-10408XP DRIVER DETAILS:
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ALLIED TELESIS AT-10408XP DRIVER
Insert the new PSU or fan unit, and carefully slide it into the bay. Insert it slowly, being sure to keep it straight.
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Firmly press the unit until the faceplate engages, or nearly engages, the chassis. Forcing a misaligned unit into the bay is likely to damage both Allied Telesis AT-10408XP unit and chassis. Secure the unit in the switch by tightening the captive screws on the faceplate. If you are replacing a PSU, turn off the main power source to the PSU and disconnect the power cord before removing it.
Using a screwdriver, Allied Telesis AT-10408XP the captive screw s until fully loosened. Avoid the spinning blades on chassis fans. Contact may cause personal injury or damage the unit. Cover empty bays because dust and debris could overheat or damage the unit and switch.
Do not operate the switch for extended periods without functioning chassis fans. Doing so will Allied Telesis AT-10408XP the switch to overheat and shut down, and may damage the switch. Insert the PSU or fan unit slowly, being sure to keep it straight.
Secure the unit in the switch by tightening the captive screw s on the faceplate. On the Allied Telesis AT-10408XP, use a screwdriver to tighten the captive screw such that a screwdriver will be required to remove the PSU at a later date. Electric shock is possible since there are dual primary fuses, one on the phase circuit and one on the neutral circuit. If the neutral opens, the phase may still be live.
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Warning For SwitchBlade x AC models the grounding stud on the rear of the unit is for supplemental grounding Allied Telesis AT-10408XP. The system must be supplied by a grounded 3 wire AC source through the power supply cord. Connect the power cord to the main power source. Connecting a PWR05 1.
Form a loop in the supplied AC power cord at the PSU end and clip the ferrite core over the looped cord, as shown in the following illustration. This keeps the ferrite core in its correct position, close to the PSU. Ferrite core Looped power cord 2. Only Allied Telesis AT-10408XP and qualified personnel should connect a DC power supply. You need an appropriate DC power source, DC supply cable, ring connectors, a crimp tool and Allied Telesis AT-10408XP appropriate screwdriver to tighten the terminal screws. Power supply specifications: Remove the transparent protective terminal cover. Strip the supply cable wires to expose 7.
Connect the ground wire to the ground terminal. Use the diagram on the rear panel of the switch to identify terminals.
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Tighten the terminal to between 2. Caution Check that the PSU terminals are wired to the correct polarity. You will damage the PSU if you incorrectly connect it. Tighten the terminals to between Allied Telesis AT-10408XP. The ATXP is a Layer 3 10Gigabit. Ethernet switch with 8 affordable price point of the ATXP allows organizations to maximize Allied Telesis.
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