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EMC VNX Family

VNX5200

Parts Location Guide


P/N 300-015-012
Rev 04
February 25, 2015

This guide is a parts location guide for the EMC VNX5200 platform and provides
illustrations of where the part number labels of orderable parts for the VNX5200 platform
are located. Included in this parts location guide are also tables providing example part
numbers of components and how these components are identified as either customer
replaceable units (CRUs) or field replaceable units (FRUs).


Several of the part number labels are located in areas within the storage system that are
inaccessible without removing some of the VNX5200 platform components. Throughout
this guide, are references to separate FRU or CRU procedures you should follow before
attempting to access any of these VNX5200 platform components.
This guide is available online at https://mydocs.emc.com/VNX/relatedDocs.jsp. From the
VNX Hardware Parts heading, click on the desired guide. The guide will appear in your
browser.
Topics include:

VNX5200 File/Unified platform stackup..................................................................... 6


VNX5200 components .............................................................................................. 8
Disk processor enclosure (DPE) ................................................................................. 9
Control Station........................................................................................................ 19
Data Mover enclosure ............................................................................................. 20
I/O modules............................................................................................................ 24
DIMMs .................................................................................................................... 35
Disk-array enclosure (DAE) ...................................................................................... 41
Appendix A: Field lift tool and accessory kit............................................................. 55

About this guide

About this guide


This guide is designed for personnel who install, configure, and maintain the VNX5200
platform. To use this hardware publication, you should be familiar with digital storage
equipment and cabling.


Only trained and qualified personnel should be allowed to install, replace, or service this
equipment.
The part numbers listed in the tables in this guide are for reference only. Part numbers can
change over time, and this document does not keep pace with those changes. The EMC
parts inventory system will automatically substitute for the latest part numbers as
required.
Note: Throughout this guide, figure references are placed in the Part number label location
heading of the tables because some of the tables have part number label locations (as
described in Table 2 on page 9) and some do not (as described in Table 3 on page 10).
This format is used throughout this guide.

Product software and hardware release revisions


As part of an effort to improve its product lines, EMC periodically releases revisions of its
software and hardware. Therefore, some functions described in this document might not
be supported by all versions of the software or hardware currently in use. The product
release notes provide the most up-to-date information on product features.
Contact your EMC representative if a product does not function properly or does not
function as described in this document.
Note: This document was accurate at publication time. New versions of this document
might be released on the EMC online support website. Check the EMC online support
website to ensure that you are using the latest version of this document.

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Revision history

Revision history
The following table presents the revision history of this document:

Revision

Date

Description

04

February 25, 2015

The following sections were updated:


SP Power supply (SP power supply on
page 17)
Four-port 16 Gb/s optical FC I/O module
(page 27)
Portable (mechanical) lift and accessory
kit (Appendix A: Field lift tool and
accessory kit on page 55)
Miscellaneous edits

03

July 9, 2014

The following sections were updated:


SP Power supply (SP power supply on
page 17)
Miscellaneous edits

02

February 24, 2014

The following sections were updated:


Front view of the VNX5200 (Figure 1 on
page 6)
Rear view of the VNX5200 (Figure 2 on
page 7)
SP Power supply (SP power supply on
page 17)
I/O Module types (Table 17 on page 25)
SP I/O module types (page 25)
Two-port 10 GbE RJ-45 Base-T I/O module
(Two-port 10-Gb/s RJ-45 Base-T iSCSI/IP
I/O module on page 31)

01

October 15, 2013

First release of the VNX5200 Parts Location

Guide

Where to get help


EMC support, product, and licensing information can be obtained as follows:
Product information For documentation, release notes, software updates, or
information about EMC products, licensing, and service, go to the EMC online support
website (registration required) at:
https://Support.EMC.com
Technical support For technical support, go to EMC online support website (registration
required) and select Support. On the Support page, you will see several options, including
one to create a service request. Note that to open a service request, you must have a valid
support agreement. Contact your EMC sales representative for details about obtaining a
valid support agreement or with questions about your account.

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How this document is organized

How this document is organized


The major sections of this guide are listed in Table 1.
Table 1 Document organization

Title

Description

VNX5200 File/Unified platform


stackup on page 6

Describes and shows the front and rear views of a typical


VNX5200.

VNX5200 components on
page 8

Provides a description of the components that comprise a


VNX5200. Along with a description, illustrations of each
component are also shown.

Disk processor enclosure


(DPE) on page 9

Describes and illustrates the part number label locations of an


DPE and the components that comprise the DPE.

2U, 25 (2.5-inch) disk drive


on page 10

Describes and illustrates the part number label location of the


2U, 25 (2.5-inch) disk drive carrier and disks.

SP dual fan pack module on


page 11

Describes and illustrates the part number label location of the


SP dual fan pack module.

SP CPU module on page 11

Describes and illustrates the part number label location of the


SP CPU module.

SP battery backup unit on


page 15

Describes and illustrates the part number label location of the


SP battery backup unit.

SP base module on page 16

Describes and illustrates the part number label location of the


SP base module.

SP power supply on page 17

Describes and illustrates the part number label location of the


SP power supply.

SP management module on
page 18

Describes and illustrates the part number label location of the


SP management module.

Control Station on page 19

Describes and illustrates the part number label location of the


Control Station.

Data Mover enclosure on


page 20

Describes and illustrates the part number label locations of the


DME and the management module.

Data Mover Power


supply/cooling fan module on
page 21

Describes and illustrates the part number label locations of the


DM power supply/cooling fan module.

Data Mover CPU module on


page 21

Describes and illustrates the part number label locations of the


DM CPU module.

Data Mover management


module on page 24

Describes and illustrates the part number label locations of the


DM management module.

I/O modules on page 24

Describes and illustrates the part number label locations of the


I/O modules that comprise the DPE and the DME.

DIMMs on page 35

Describes and illustrates the part number label locations of the


DIMMs used in the DPE and the DME.

Disk-array enclosure (DAE) on


page 41

Describes and illustrates the part number label locations of the


three types of DAEs available for the VNX5200.

Appendix A: Field lift tool and


accessory kit on page 55

Describes and illustrates the portable (mechanical) lift and


accessory kit.

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Related documentation

Related documentation
EMC provides the ability to create step-by-step planning, installation, and maintenance
instructions tailored to your environment. To create VNX customized documentation, go
to: https://mydocs.emc.com/VNX/.
To download a PDF copy of the desired publication, go to the following sections:

For hardware-related guides, go to the About VNX section, and then select Learn about
VNX. Next, follow the steps in the wizard.

For technical specifications, go to the About VNX section, and then select View
technical specifications. Next, follow the steps in the wizard.

For installation, adding, or replacing tasks, go to the VNX tasks section, and then
select the appropriate heading. For example, to download a PDF copy of the VNX5200
Block Installation Guide, go to Install VNX and follow the steps in the wizard.

For server-related tasks, go to the VNX Server tasks section, and then select the
appropriate heading. For example, to download a PDF copy of Adding or replacing
server hardware, go to Add or replace server hardware and follow the steps in the
wizard.

Safety warnings
Safety warnings appear throughout this publication in procedures that, if performed
incorrectly, might harm you or damage the equipment. A caution or warning symbol
precedes each safety statement. The safety warnings provide safety guidelines that you
should follow when working with any equipment that connects to electrical power or
telephone wiring.
IMPORTANT
The portable (mechanical) lift tool described in Appendix A: Field lift tool and accessory
kit on page 55 is recommended as a safety precaution when lifting EMC components into
an EMC or customer-provided rack. As described in the appendix, many of the EMC
components are too heavy to be lifted by one person or in some cases by two persons. As
a result, this portable (mechanical) lift tool is a necessary safety requirement, especially
when lifting EMC components like the 3U, 120 and the 4U, 60 DAEs.

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VNX5200 File/Unified platform stackup

VNX5200 File/Unified platform stackup


The File/Unified VNX5200 platform is composed of a 3U disk processor enclosure (DPE),
from one to two Control Stations, and one Data Mover enclosure (with one to two Data
Movers).

Front view
On the front, a File/Unified VNX5200 platform includes the following hardware:

One 3U DPE chassis with a 3U, 25 (2.5-inch) disk drives and fan packs

One to two 2U Data Mover enclosure with one to two to three Data Movers

One to two 1U Control Stations (one optional)

Figure 1 shows an example of the front of a File/Unified VNX5200 with one 3U DPE, two
2U DMEs, and two 1U CSs (one optional).
Note: The DAEs are not shown in the example in Figure 1.

Control Station 1
(optional)
Control Station 0

AC

AC

AC

AC

Data Mover
enclosure 1

AC

AC

Data Mover
enclosure 0

3U, 25 (2.5-inch)
disk processor
enclosure

Caution: Array Software on drives 0-3. Removing or relocating them

Will Make the Array Unusable

2
1
0

6Gb SAS
6Gb SAS

1
X4

1
G
b
E

2
1
0

6Gb SAS
6Gb SAS

1
G
b
E

1
X4

SP

SP

VNX-000539

Figure 1 Example of the File/Unified VNX5200 platform front view

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VNX5200 File/Unified platform stackup

Rear view
On the rear, a File/Unified VNX5200 platform includes the following hardware
components (Figure 2):

One 3U DPE with two storage processors (SP A and B), battery backup units, base
modules, power supplies, management modules, and I/O modules

One to two 2U Data Mover enclosures with one to one to three Data Movers

One to two 1U Control Stations (one optional)

Figure 2 shows an example of the rear of a File/Unified VNX5200 platform configuration


having a 3U DPE with two storage processors (SP A and B), two 2U Data Mover enclosures
with three Data Movers, and two 1U Control Stations (one optional).
Note: The DAEs are not shown in the example in Figure 2.

MGMT

B MGMT

Control Station 1
(optional)

IOIO

MGMT

MGMT

MGMT

B MGMT

Control Station 0

CS

IOIO
A

CS

Data Mover
enclosure 1

Data Mover 2

X4

X4

X4

0
X4

!
AC

AC
0

DC

DC

Disk processor
enclosure

Data Mover 3

Data Mover
enclosure 0

Data Mover 4

VNX-000936

Figure 2 Example of File/Unified VNX5200 platform rear view

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VNX5200 components

VNX5200 components
Viewing from the bottom to the top, the File/Unified VNX5200 platform includes several
components. The following sections discuss each component in an illustration and table.
The illustration will show or point to the location of the part number label on the
component. The table will list an example part number, describe the component or part,
and tell you if it is a FRU or CRU or both.

3U disk processor enclosure (DPE)


Two storage processors with:
Fan packs
3U, 25 (2.5-inch) disk drives
Battery back-up units
Base modules
Power supplies
Management modules
I/O modules

1U Control Station (CS)

2U Data Mover enclosure (DME)


DM power supply/cooling modules
DM CPU modules
Management modules
I/O modules

Small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver modules

Dual in-line memory modules (DIMMs)


SP DIMMs
DM DIMMs

Disk-array enclosures (DAEs)


2U, 25 (2.5-inch) disk drive
3U, 15 (2.5- or 3.5-inch) disk drive
4U, 60 (2.5- or 3.5-inch) disk drive

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Disk processor enclosure (DPE)

Disk processor enclosure (DPE)


The 3U DPE has part numbers visible on both the front and rear of the chassis.

Front view
Figure 3 shows the front of a 3U DPE.
1
24

0
Caution: Array Software on drives 0-3. Removing or relocating them

Will Make the Array Unusable

2
1
0

6Gb SAS
6Gb SAS

1
X4

1
G
b
E

2
1
0

6Gb SAS
6Gb SAS

1
G
b
E

1
X4

SP

SP

B
01

01

VNX-000827

Figure 3 DPE front view

Table 2 provides the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it
is a FRU or CRU.

Table 2 DPE front view part numbers


Part number label
location (Figure 3) Part number

Description

FRU

CRU

See Table 3 on
page 10 for example
part numbers

Disk drive (for a closer view, see


Figure 4 on page 10)

100-563-685-001

SP dual fan pack module (for a


closer view, see Figure 5 on
page 11)

110-201-003B-01

SP CPU (for a closer view, see


Figure 8 on page 13)

1. The part number label on the SP dual fan pack module is located in between the fan pack and the 2U, 25 disk
drive carrier above each fan pack (four places).

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Disk processor enclosure (DPE)

2U, 25 (2.5-inch) disk drive


Figure 4 shows the front view of the 2U, 25 (2.5-inch) disk drive. The part number label is
located on the front of each disk module.
Note: You can visually distinguish disk module kinds by their type, capacity, and speed
labels, and by the design of the latch and handle on each disk module (Figure 4).

Part Number (P/N) label

VNX-000828

Figure 4 Example of the 2U, 25 (2.5-inch) disk drive front view

Note: Figure 4 is for illustrative purposes only. The front of the disk modules may be a little
different than the ones in your particular cabinet.
Table 3 is an example of the parts available for the 2U, 25 (2.5-inch) disk drive carrier and
lists the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it is a FRU or
CRU.
Note: Due to the extensive variety of disk module types, Table 3 lists only a couple disk
types. EMC recommends that you refer to the latest EMC Series Storage Systems Disk and
OE Matrix Guide to ensure that you have the correct part for your configuration.
This guide is available online at https://support.emc.com/. Click the Support tab. On the
drop down, in the Search Support text box, enter EMC Series Storage Systems Disk and OE
Matrix. On the right side of the page that appears, a list of all the VNX product guides will
appear. Select the EMC Series Storage Systems Disk and OE Matrix document from this
list. The guide and other related VNX Series guides can be downloaded from here.
Table 3 2U, 25 (2.5-inch) disk drive part numbers
Part number label
location (Figure 4) Part number

Description (see note)

FRU

CRU

005048946

300 GB, 6 Gb/s SAS, 10k rpm

005049284

600 GB, 6 Gb/s SAS, 10k rpm

Note: The description field describes the disk module type, capacity, drive type, and spindle
speed (rpm).

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Disk processor enclosure (DPE)

SP dual fan pack module


Figure 5 shows the front view of the dual fan pack modules used in the disk processor
enclosure. The part number label is located on the top of each dual fan pack (four places).
Part Number (P/N) label

SP

SP

B
01

01

VNX-000829

Figure 5 Example of an SP dual fan pack module front view

Table 4 shows the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it is
a FRU or CRU.

Table 4 SP dual fan pack module part number


Part number label
location (Figure 5) Part number
100-563-685-00

Description

FRU

CRU

SP dual fan pack

SP CPU module
To view the SP CPU part number label, you must remove the SP CPU module from the DPE.


Before proceeding, refer to the Replace a DPE9 CPU Module for the correct steps to take
before and during the removal of an SP CPU module assembly from a DPE.

SP CPU module removal


To remove:
1. Remove the front bezel from the DPE (Figure 6 on page 12).


Before removing the SP CPU, verify that the Unsafe to Remove LED is NOT on (Figure 7
on page 12).

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Disk processor enclosure (DPE)

CL5178

Figure 6 Example of removing the front bezel from the DPE

CL5186

Figure 7 Example of the location of the Unsafe to Remove LED on the SP CPU of the DPE

2. Push down on the orange tab below the black knob (location 1 in Figure 8 on
page 13).
The knob pops out towards you (location 2 in Figure 8 on page 13).
3. Turn the knob counter-clockwise (location 3 in Figure 8 on page 13).
The SP CPU module is released.
4. Slide the SP CPU module out about halfway from the DPE (location 4 in Figure 8 on
page 13).

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Disk processor enclosure (DPE)

The part number label is located on the inside (left, side panel) of the SP CPU module
assembly.

CL5128

Figure 8 Example of removing an SP CPU module

Table 5 SP CPU module part number


Part number label
location (Figure 8) Part number
110-201-019B-02

Description

FRU

CRU

SP 4-core 1.2-GHz CPU module with


16 GB of memory

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Disk processor enclosure (DPE)

Rear view
Figure 9 shows the rear view of a 3U DPE.
2

X4

X4

X4 X4

!
DC

DC

AC

AC
0

VNX-000830

Figure 9 Example of the rear view of the 2U DPE chassis with two SPs (A and B)

Table 6 lists the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it is a
FRU or CRU.
Table 6 DPE chassis and SP rear view part numbers
Part number label
location (Figure 9) Part number

FRU

CRU

078-000-092-06

Battery backup unit; for a closer


view, see Figure 10 on page 15

303-224-000C-03

Base module; for a closer view, see


Figure 11 on page 16

071-000-578-01

Power supply; for a closer view, see


Figure 13 on page 18

Note: Two other


power supply part
numbers are used
depending on the AC
or DC power
requirements.

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Description

100-563-693-02

DPE chassis

303-092-102B

Four-port 8-Gb/s FC (2/4/8 Gb/s);


for a closer view, see Figure 22 on
page 26

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Disk processor enclosure (DPE)

Table 6 DPE chassis and SP rear view part numbers (continued)


Part number label
location (Figure 9) Part number

Description

FRU

CRU

I/O module filler panels

100-563-610

Note: Slots A0, A1and B0, B1 are


not supported. Both slots have a
filler panel with a Do Not Remove
label.

100-563-611

I/O module filler panels

303-129-101B

Management module; for a closer


view, see Figure 14 on page 19

303-164-104D-011

Two-port RJ-45 10-Gb/s Base-T


iSCSI/IP I/O module; for a closer
view, see Figure 27 on page 31

303-220-300D

Four-port 16-Gb/s FC (4/8/16


Gb/s); for a closer view, see
Figure 23 on page 27

303-141-100A1

Four-port 1-Gb/s copper iSCSI


ports; for a closer view, see
Figure 24 on page 28

303-195-100C1

Two-port 10-Gb/s Optical; for a


closer view, see Figure 25 on
page 29

303-142-100A1

Two-port 10-Gb/s Fibre Channel


over Ethernet (FCoE); for a closer
view, see Figure 26 on page 30

1. This part is not shown in the example DPE illustration in Figure 9 on page 14.

SP battery backup unit


The SP battery backup unit (Figure 10) is a separate module inserted into the SP base
module enclosure.

Part Number (P/N) label

VNX-000831

Figure 10 Example of the SP battery backup unit

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Disk processor enclosure (DPE)

The part number label for the SP battery backup unit in Figure 10 on page 15 is listed in
Table 7.
Table 7 SP battery backup unit part number
Part number label
location
(Figure 10 on
page 15)

Part number

Description

FRU

CRU

078-000-092-07

Battery backup unit

SP base module

Before proceeding, refer to the Replacing a DPE9 base module procedure for the correct
steps to take before and during the removal of an SP base module assembly from a DPE.
Depending on the model version, the SP base module will have two different locations for
the part number label. The first location has a white pull-tab located on the bottom, left
side of the module. To view the part number label of the SP base module, you pull out the
pull-tab (Figure 11). The part number is located on the tab.
Pull tab (left side of base module)

1
Part Number (P/N) label

x4

x4

VNX-000832

Figure 11 Example of the SP base module part number label on pull tab

The part number label for the SP base module in Figure 11 is listed in Table 8.
The second model has a part number label on the bottom, front of the SP base module
(Figure 12).

1
x4

x4

VNX-000833

Part Number (P/N) label


Figure 12 Example of the SP base module part number label location

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Disk processor enclosure (DPE)

The part number label for the SP base module in Figure 12 on page 16 is listed in Table 8.
Table 8 SP base module part number
Part number label
location
(Figure 11 and
Figure 12 on
page 16)

Part number

Description

FRU

303-224-000C-03

Base module

CRU

SP power supply

Do not remove the SP power supply module while the SP is plugged in. Power supply
module removal for more than a few minutes can cause the SP to shut down due to lack of
cooling. Refer to the Replacing a Storage Processor Power Supply (PS) procedure for the
correct steps to take before and during the removal of an SP power supply module
assembly from the base module enclosure in a DPE available online at
https://mydocs.emc.com/VNX/.
IMPORTANT
For VNX5200 systems with the 200-240 V AC power supply (models
VNX52DPxxx/VNXB52DPxxx), at least two 200-240 V AC circuits are required for higher
availability. For VNX systems with the 100-240 V AC power supply (model VNX52VPxxx), at
least two 100-240 V AC circuits are required for higher availability. For full power
specifications, go to https://mydocs.emc.com and select View technical specifications
under the About VNX section.
For VNX models with the DC power supply, see the requirements in the DC-Powered VNX
Series Enclosures Installation and Operation Guide. For full power specifications, go to
https://mydocs.emc.com and select View technical specifications under the About VNX
section.
To view the SP power supply part number label, you must remove the module from the
base module. To do this, squeeze the orange tab on the module to the right while holding
the handle. Then, pull the handle towards you to slide the module out. The part number
label is located on the underside of the SP power supply (Figure 13 on page 18).
IMPORTANT
The power supply used in your VNX5200 storage system must meet the storage system
power requirements and must be the same type of power supply to be used in both SPs
(SP A and B). You cannot mix power supply types (see the example part numbers in
Table 9 on page 18). For example if you have part number 071-000-022-00 in SP A, the
same part number 071-000-022-00 must be in SP B.

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Disk processor enclosure (DPE)

Handle
(pull towards you to slide module out )
Lever
(pull to right to release)

DC
AC

Fault LED
DC LED
AC LED

Fan

Part Number (P/N) label


(located on the underside of module)

Figure 13 Example of the SP power supply

The part number label for the SP power supply in Figure 13 is listed in Table 9.

Table 9 SP power supply part number1


Part number label
location
(Figure 13)

Part number

Description

FRU

CRU

071-000-578-01

AC Power supply; 200-240 V

071-000-022-00

AC Power supply; 100-240 V

071-000-012-01 or
071-000-036-01

AC power supply; 100-240 V

071-000-591-02

DC Power supply2

1. Do not mix power supply types. Whatever power supply type (part number) is in SP A must match SP B. For
example, if part number 071-000-022-00 is in SP A, the same part number or power supply type must be in
SP B.
2. DC Power supply: See the requirements in the DC-Powered VNX Series Enclosures Installation and Operation
Guide. For full power specifications, go to https://mydocs.emc.com and select View technical specifications
under the About VNX section.

SP management module
Figure 14 on page 19 shows the part number label location on the rear view of the SP
management module used in the SP enclosure.

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Control Station

Part Number (P/N) label

VNX-000619

Figure 14 Example of the SP management module

Table 10 shows the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it
is a FRU or CRU.
Table 10 SP enclosure management module part number
Part number label
location
(Figure 14)

Part number

Description

FRU

CRU

303-129-101B1
303-129-100B2

Management module

1. This part number is for a management module that includes a USB port.
2. This part number is for a management module that does not include a USB port.

Control Station
Figure 15 shows the part number label location on the front of a 1U Control Station.
Part Number (P/N) label

VNX-000835

Figure 15 Example of a 1U Control Station front view

Note: The part number label for the Control Station is on a pullout tab above the first disk
drive. To see the part number, pull the tab towards you. On the tab are listed the serial
number, part number, and MAC address.

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Data Mover enclosure

Table 11 shows the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it
is a FRU or CRU.

Table 11 Control Station front view part number


Part number label
location
(Figure 15 on
page 19)

Part number

Description

FRU

100-520-152-01

Control Station (CS)

CRU

Data Mover enclosure


Figure 16 shows the part number label location on the front of the Data Mover enclosure.
1

AC

AC

AC

AC

CNS-001723

Figure 16 Data Mover enclosure front view

Table 12 provides the part number label location, part number, description, and whether
it is a FRU or CRU.

Table 12 Data Mover enclosure front view part numbers


Part number label
location
(Figure 16)

Part number

Description

FRU

CRU

071-000-543

Data Mover enclosure 400 W, 2U,


single 12 V output power
supply/cooling fan module (for a
closer view, see Figure 17 on
page 21)

Data Mover 2.13-GHz CPU module


with 6 GB of memory (for a closer
view, see Figure 19 on page 22)

Note: Located on the


lower half of the pull
handle.
2

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110-113-106B-01

Data Mover enclosure

Data Mover Power supply/cooling fan module


Figure 17 shows the front view of two power supply/cooling fan modules used in the Data
Mover enclosure. The part number label is located on the lower half of the pull handle.
Part Number (P/N) label

AC

AC

CNS-001682

Figure 17 Example of a power supply module/cooling fan front view

Table 13 shows the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it
is a FRU or CRU.

Table 13 Power supply module/cooling fan part number


Part number label
location
(Figure 17)

Part number

Description

FRU

CRU

071-000-543

Data Mover enclosure 400 W, 2U,


single 12 V output power
supply/cooling fan module

Data Mover CPU module


To view the CPU module part number label on the CPU module in a Data Mover, you must
first remove the power supply/cooling fan modules (Figure 18 on page 22).


Before proceeding, refer to the Replace a Data Mover Power Supply/System Cooling (P/C)
module procedure for the correct steps to take before and during the removal of a power
supply/cooling module assembly from a Data Mover, available online at
https://mydocs.emc.com/VNX/. Do not remove both power supply/cooling modules from
the Data Mover at the same time. The Data Mover will power down immediately, resulting
in a possible data loss.

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Data Mover enclosure

1
2

2
1

1
2

CL3972

Figure 18 Example of the Data Mover power supply/cooling fan module removal

Figure 19 shows the Data Mover CPU module partially removed from the front of the Data
Mover enclosure with the two power supply/cooling fan modules set aside.
Power/cooling modules
Data Mover enclosure

Part Number (P/N) label


1

1
2

Data Mover CPU

CNS-001683

Figure 19 Example of the Data Mover CPU being removed from a Data Mover enclosure

The part number label for the Data Mover CPU module is shown in Figure 19 and listed in
Table 14.
Table 14 Data Mover CPU part number
Part number label
location
(Figure 19)

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Part number

Description

FRU

CRU

110-113-106B-01

Data Mover 2.13-GHz CPU module


with 6 GB of memory

Data Mover enclosure

Rear view
Figure 20 shows the rear view of a 2U Data Mover enclosure.
4

2
0

2
1
0

2
1

1
0

1
0

1
0

VNX-000836

Figure 20 Data Mover enclosure rear view

Table 15 shows the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it
is a FRU or CRU.
Table 15 Data Mover enclosure part numbers rear view
Part number label
location
(Figure 20)

Part number

Description

FRU

100-520-127

Data Mover enclosure (empty)

110-130-100B

Management module (for a closer


view, see Figure 21 on page 24)

303-092-102B

Four-port 8-Gb/s Fibre Channel (FC)


I/O Module (for a closer view, see
Figure 22 on page 26)

303-195-100C-01

Two-port 10-Gb/s Optical I/O


module (for a closer view, see
Figure 25 on page 29)

100-563-228

I/O module filler panel

100-563-610

I/O module filler panel with a Do


Not Remove label

303-121-100A1

Four-port 1-Gb/s Base-T Copper I/O


Module (for a closer view, see
Figure 28 on page 32)

303-164-104D-011

Two-port 10-Gb/s RJ-45 Base-T


iSCSI/IP (for a closer view, see
Figure 27 on page 31)

CRU

1. This part is not shown in the example Data Mover enclosure illustration in Figure 20.

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I/O modules

Data Mover management module


Figure 21 shows the rear view of the 2U Data Mover management module.
Part Number (P/N label

2
1
0

#
CNS-001684

Figure 21 Example of the Data Mover management module

Table 16 shows the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it
is a FRU or CRU.

Table 16 Data Mover enclosure management module part number


Part number label
location
(Figure 21)

Part number

Description

FRU

CRU

110-130-100B

Management module

I/O modules
Since several of the I/O modules can be used in both the SP in the 3U DPE and the Data
Mover in the 2U DME, sections have been created in this guide to describe the SP and the
Data Mover I/O modules separately.


I/O modules are not hot-swappable or hot-serviceable. Do not remove an I/O module
before reviewing the instructions described in the Replace an SP Ultraflex I/O module or
Replace a Data Mover (blade) Ultraflex I/O module procedure available online at
https://mydocs.emc.com/VNX/.

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I/O module types


For ease of identification, each I/O module, whether it is in an SP or in a Data Mover, is
identified by a part number, the type of ports (copper or optical), connection type, the
latch handle label, the color label on top of the latch handle, and whether it is Block, File
or both File/Unified. Table 17 describes each I/O module type supported in the VNX5200
platform.

Table 17 I/O module types for VNX5200


Block, File, or
File/Unified

Ports

303-092-102B

Optical

SFP+1

8 Gb Fibre

Silver

File/Unified

Four-port 16-Gb/s FC

303-220-300D

Optical

SFP+1

16 Gb Fibre v1

White

Block

Four-port 1-Gb/s

303-141-100A

Copper

RJ-45

1 GbE iSCSI/TOE

Orange

Block

Two-port 10-Gb/s FCoE

303-142-100A

Optical

SFP+1

10 GbE/FCoE

Green

Block

Two-port 10-Gb/s RJ-45


Base-T iSCSI/IP2

303-164-104D-01

Copper

RJ-453

10 GbE Base-T

Orange

File/Unified

Two-port 10-Gb/s

303-195-100C-01

Optical

SFP+4

10 GbE v3

Orange

File/Unified

Four-port 1-Gb/s Base-T

303-121-100A

Copper

RJ-45

I GbE

Orange

File

I/O module

Part number

Four-port 8-Gb/s FC

Latch handle
label

Latch
handle
label color

Connection
type

1. See Table 25 on page 35 for correct SFP+ transceiver module part number.
2. This I/O module is not supported when the VNX5200 storage system is using the low powered (100-140 V) power supply (see the SP power supply
module section in the VNX5200 Hardware Information Guide for more information).
3. Block uses a 10-Gb/s iSCSI with RJ-45 connectors and File uses a 10-Gb/s Ethernet with RJ-45 connectors.
4. Block uses 10-Gb/s iSCSI with SFP+ (see Table 25 on page 35) and File uses 10-Gb/s Ethernet with SFP+ (see Table 25 on page 35).

SP
Five types of I/O modules are supported in the SP:

Four-port 8-Gb/s Fibre Channel (FC) I/O module on page 26

Four-port 16-Gb/s Fibre Channel (FC) I/O module on page 27

Four-port 1-Gb/s copper iSCSI I/O module on page 28

Two-port 10-Gb/s optical I/O module on page 29

Two-port 10-Gb/s Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) I/O Module on page 30

Two-port 10-Gb/s RJ-45 Base-T iSCSI/IP I/O module on page 31


Note: This I/O module is not supported when the VNX5200 storage system is using
the low powered (100-140 V) power supply (see the SP power supply module
section in the VNX5200 Hardware Information Guide for more information).

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I/O modules

Data Mover
Four types of I/O modules are supported in the Data Mover:

Four-port 8-Gb/s Fibre Channel (FC) I/O module on page 26

Four-port 16-Gb/s Fibre Channel (FC) I/O module on page 27

Two-port 10-Gb/s RJ-45 Base-T iSCSI/IP I/O module on page 31

Four-port 1-Gb/s Base-T copper I/O module on page 32

The following sections describe these I/O modules and the part number label locations.
Refer to these when determining which part number you need for either the SP or Data
Mover that the I/O module goes in.

Four-port 8-Gb/s Fibre Channel (FC) I/O module


Figure 22 shows the part number label location on the four-port 8-Gb/s Fibre Channel (FC)
I/O module (labeled 8 Gb Fibre on the latch handle).
Part Number (P/N) label

CNS-001698

Figure 22 Example of the four-port 8-Gb/s FC I/O module

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Table 18 shows the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it
is a FRU or CRU.

Table 18 Four-port 8-Gb/s FC I/O Module part numbers


Part number label
location
(Figure 22 on
page 26)

Part number

Description

FRU

CRU

303-092-102B

Four-port 8-Gb/s FC (2/4/8 Gb/s)

Four-port 16-Gb/s Fibre Channel (FC) I/O module


Figure 23 shows the part number label location on the four-port 16-Gb/s Fibre Channel
(FC) I/O module (labeled 16 Gb Fibre v1 on the latch handle).

Figure 23 Example of the four-port 16-Gb/s FC I/O module

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I/O modules

Table 19 shows the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it
is a FRU or CRU.

Table 19 Four-port 16-Gb/s FC I/O Module part numbers


Part number label
location
(Figure 23 on
page 27)

Part number

Description

FRU

CRU

303-220-300D

Four-port 16-Gb/s FC
(4/8/16 Gb/s)

Four-port 1-Gb/s copper iSCSI I/O module


Figure 24 shows the part number label location on the four-port 1-Gb/s copper iSCSI I/O
module (labeled 1 GbE iSCSI/TOE on the latch handle).
Part Number (P/N) label

CNS-001699

Figure 24 Example of the four-port 1-Gb/s iSCSI I/O module

Table 20 shows the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it
is a FRU or CRU.

Table 20 Four-port 1-Gb/s iSCSI I/O module part number


Part number label
location
(Figure 24)

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Part number

Description

FRU

CRU

303-141-100A

Four-port 1-Gb/s iSCSI ports

I/O modules

Two-port 10-Gb/s optical I/O module


Figure 25 shows the part number label location on the two-port 10-Gb/s optical I/O
module (labeled 10 GbE v3 on the latch handle).
Part Number (P/N) label

CNS-001700

Figure 25 Example of the two-port 10-Gb/s optical (w/iSCSI protocol) I/O module

Table 21 shows the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it
is a FRU or CRU.

Table 21 Two-port 10-Gb-s optical (w/iSCSI protocol) I/O module part number
Part number label
location
(Figure 25)

Part number

Description

FRU

CRU

303-195-100C-01

Two-port 10-Gb/s optical (w/iSCSI


protocol) I/O module

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I/O modules

Two-port 10-Gb/s Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) I/O Module


Figure 26 shows the part number label location on the two-port 10-Gb/s Fibre Channel
over Ethernet (FCoE) I/O module (labeled 10 GbE/FCoE on the latch handle).
Part Number (P/N) label

CNS-001700

Figure 26 Example of the two-port 10-Gb/s FCoE I/O module with SFPs1

Note: The 10-Gb/s FCoE I/O module requires VNX OE for File version 7.0.35.3 or later.
Table 22 shows the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it
is a FRU or CRU.

Table 22 Two-port 10-Gb/s FCoE I/O Module part numbers


Part number label
location
(Figure 26)

Part number

Description

FRU

CRU

303-142-100A

Two-port 10-Gb/s FCoE

1. The FCoE I/O module can also use twinaxial (Twinax) cables. Twinax is a type of cable similar to coax, but with two inner conductors
instead of one. These cables will be supplied in lieu of SFPs when so ordered.
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Two-port 10-Gb/s RJ-45 Base-T iSCSI/IP I/O module


Figure 27 shows the part number label location on the two-port 10-Gb/s RJ-45 Base-T
iSCSI/IP I/O module (labeled 10 GbE BASE-T on the latch handle).
Note: This I/O module is not supported when the VNX5200 storage system is using the
low powered (800 W, 100-240 V) power supply (see the SP power supply module
section in the VNX5200 Hardware Information Guide for more information).

Part Number (P/N) label

VNXe-000753

Figure 27 Example of the two-port 10-Gb/s Base-T iSCSI/IP I/O module

Note: The two-port 10-Gb/s RJ-45 Base-T iSCSI/IP I/O module requires VNX OE for File 7.1
or later.
Table 23 shows the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it
is a FRU or CRU.

Table 23 Two-port 10-Gb/s Base-T iSCSI/IP I/O module part number


Part number label
location
(Figure 27)

Part number

Description

FRU

CRU

303-164-104D-01

Two-port 10-Gb/s Base-T iSCSI/IP


I/O module

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I/O modules

Four-port 1-Gb/s Base-T copper I/O module


Figure 28 shows the part number label location on the four-port 1-Gb/s Base-T copper I/O
module (labeled 1 GbE on the latch handle).
Part Number (P/N) label

CNS-001699

Figure 28 Example of the four-port 1-Gb/s Base-T copper I/O module

Table 24 shows the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it
is a FRU or CRU.

Table 24 Four-port 1-Gb/s Base-T copper I/O module part number


Part number label
location
(Figure 28)

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Part number

Description

FRU

CRU

303-121-100A

Four-port 1-Gb/s Base-T copper


ports

Small form-factor pluggable (SFP)

Small form-factor pluggable (SFP)


Small form-factor pluggable (SFP) modules are compact, hot-pluggable transceivers
inserted into the SFP or SFP+ slot of an I/O module in a VNX5200 platform. This
transceiver module provides uplink optical interfaces, laser send or transmit (TX) and
laser receive (RX). An SFP or SFP+ transceiver module is hot-swappable. You can replace
an SFP or SFP+ from the rear of the SP or Data Mover while the platform is powered up.
Note: The SFP or SFP+ part number is visible only when the SFP or SFP+ is removed from an
I/O module port.


Do not remove an SFP or SFP+ module before reviewing the instructions described in the
Replace an SP SFP module or Replace a Data Mover (blade) SFP module procedure
available online at https://mydocs.emc.com/VNX/.

Laser safety guidelines


Before you install SFP or SFP+ modules in a File/Unified VNX5200 platform or attempt to
operate or service a File/Unified VNX5200 platform equipped with SFP modules, you must
read and observe the important safety information in this section of the document.
The File/Unified VNX5200 platform SFP or SFP+ modules are equipped with a Class 1
Laser, which emits invisible radiation. Do not stare into open optical ports. The following
warnings apply to all the SFP and SFP+ modules.


Class 1 laser product.
Because invisible laser radiation can be emitted from the aperture of the port when no
fiber is connected, avoid exposure to laser radiation and do not stare into open
apertures.
Laser radiation is present when the system is open and interlocks bypassed.
Only trained and qualified personnel should be allowed to install, replace, or service this
equipment.

Guidelines for handling SFP and SFP+ modules


Use these guidelines when you work with SFP and SFP+ modules:

SFP and SFP+ modules are static sensitive. Wear an ESD-preventive wrist strap that is
connected to the rack in order to prevent ESD damage.

SFP and SFP+ modules are dust sensitive. Always store the devices with dust plugs
installed in the optical bores.

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Small form-factor pluggable (SFP)

Do not remove and insert an SFP or SFP+ module more often than is necessary.
Repeated removals and insertions of an SFP or SFP+ module can shorten its useful
life.

Types of SFP and SFP+ module latches


SFP transceiver modules can have three types of latching devices to secure the SFP or
SFP+ transceiver in a port socket.

SFP or SFP+ transceiver with a Mylar tab latch.

SFP or SFP+ transceiver with an actuator button latch.

SFP or SFP + transceiver that has a bale-clasp latch (Figure 29).

-00

:
P/N

X
-XX

00

Part Number (P/N) label

CNS-001347

Figure 29 Example of an SFP with a bale-clasp latch

I/O modules using SFP or SFP+ transceiver modules


In the File/Unified VNX5200 platform, the SFP or SFP+ transceiver modules are located in
the ports of the following I/O modules:

Four-port 8-Gb/s Fibre Channel (FC) for 2, 4, and 8 Gb/s speed; labeled 8 Gb Fibre

Four-port 16-Gb/s Fibre Channel (FC) for 4, 8, and 16-Gb/s speed; labeled
16 Gb Fibre v1

Two-port 10-Gb/s optical2; labeled 10 GbE v3

Two-port 10-Gb/s Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE)4; labeled 10 GbE/FCoE

Three types of SFP or SFP+ modules are used in the I/O modules of the File/Unified
VNX5200 platform. Figure 29 shows an example of an SFP or SFP+ with a part number
label.

2. The 10 Gb/s module (labeled 10 GbE v3) and the FCoE I/O module (labeled 10 GbE/FCoE) can
also use active twinaxial (Twinax) cables. Twinax is a type of cable similar to coax, but with two
inner conductors instead of one. These cables will be supplied in lieu of SFPs when so ordered.
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IMPORTANT
Ensure that you correctly match the SFP or SFP+ module type with the I/O module type.
Table 25 lists the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it is a
FRU or CRU.

Table 25 SFP and SFP+ module part numbers


Part number label
location
(Figure 29 on
page 34)

Part number

Description

FRU

CRU

019-078-041
(SFP+)

Used in the two-port 10-Gb/s FCoE

I/O module (latch label 10 GbE/FCoE)

Used in the two-port 10-Gb/s optical


I/O module (latch label 10-GbE v3)

019-078-042
(SFP+)

Used in the four-port 8-Gb/s Fibre


Channel (FC) I/O module (latch label
8 Gb Fibre)

019-078-045
(SFP+)

Used in the four-port 16-Gb/s Fibre


Channel (FC) I/O module (latch label
16 Gb Fibre v1)

DIMMs
The Storage Processor (SP) requires either 16 GB per SP or 32 per DPE or array and the
Data Mover requires 6 GB per Data Mover or 12 per DME.

SP DIMMs
The SP CPU uses SDRAM DIMMs3. Each SP uses four 4-GB unbuffered Double-Data-Rate 3
(DDR3) type memory for a total of 16 GB per SP CPU or 32 per DPE. Figure 30 on page 36
shows an example of the SP DIMM slot location.
Figure 33 on page 38 shows an example of the SP DIMM with a part number label.
Table 26 on page 39 lists the part number, description, and whether it is a FRU or CRU.
IMPORTANT
The DIMM part numbers are visible only when you remove the DIMM from the DIMM slot.
You must first take the SP CPU out of service, disconnect any SP cables including any
power cables, remove the SP CPU from the DPE, and then remove the SP CPU lid covering
the DIMMs. With the SP CPU laying on an antistatic mat or workbench, remove the DIMM
from the DIMM slot. Ensure that you only remove those DIMMs that you intend to replace.
For more information about removing and installing the DIMM or memory module, refer to
the EMC DPE9 Replacing a Memory Module procedure.

3. The term DIMM is used throughout this guide. The term DIMM is also referred to as a memory
module. These terms are interchangeable and basically mean the same thing.
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DIMMs


The DIMM memory is not hot-swappable or hot-serviceable. Before removing or replacing
any DIMMs, you must follow the removing and installing the DIMM or memory module
procedure described in the EMC DPE9 Replacing a Memory Module procedure.


Note the orientation of the VNX5200 File/Unified platform SP DIMMs (see locations
DIMM 0 through DIMM 7 in Figure 30). A label on the rear, horizontal bar identifies the
location of the DIMM slots. The 4-GB DIMMs are placed in the following slots (DIMM 0,
DIMM 2, DIMM 5, and DIMM 7). DIMMs 1, 3, 4, and 6 are empty.

DIMMS

7
6

5
4
DIMMS

3
2

1
0

0
MSATA

1
VNX-000837

Figure 30 Example of the File/Unified VNX5200 platform SP DIMM slot location

Removing a DIMM module


IMPORTANT
Refer to the Removing a memory module section in the EMC DPE9 Replacing a Memory
Module procedure for correct memory module removal procedures.
To remove:
1. Attach an ESD wristband to your wrist and the enclosure.
2. To remove the SP CPU, go to the SP CPU module removal section on page 11 in this
guide or the Removing a memory module section in the EMC DPE9 Replacing a
Memory Module guide and follow the procedure for removing the SP CPU.
3. With the SP CPU removed and laying on a antistatic mat or workbench, release the lid
covering the DIMMs.
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a. Lift up on the blue-colored tabs holding the lid or cover on all four corners inside
the SP CPU (location 1 in Figure 31 on page 37).
b. Lift the lid or cover up off the SP CPU (location 2 in Figure 31 on page 37).

FR
ON

T
T
ON
FR

CL5190

Figure 31 Example of removing the SP CPU lid or cover

Note: A label on the rear, horizontal bar of the SP chassis identifies the location of the
DIMM (Figure 30 on page 36).
4. Push down on the socket ejectors on either side of the DIMM module to release the
module from the connector (Figure 32 on page 38).
IMPORTANT
When removing or installing DIMMs, don't touch the gold connectors on the DIMMs.
5. Touching only the DIMM module outside edges, pull the module straight up and out of
the connector (Figure 32 on page 38).

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DIMMs

CL5132

Figure 32 Example of the File/Unified VNX5200 platform SP DIMM removal

6. The part number label is located on the bottom, left or right side of the DIMM module
(Figure 33).

100-562-264v
P/N : 100-562-xxx

Part Number (P/N) label

Figure 33 Example of the VNX5200 SP CPU DIMM part number location

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Rev : A01
A01.

CNS-001540

DIMMs

Table 26 lists the part number location, description, and whether it is a FRU or CRU.

Table 26 VNX5200 platform SP CPU DIMM part numbers


Part number label
location
(Figure 33 on
page 38)

Part number

Description

FRU

100-563-382 or
100-563-383

4-GB DDR3 DIMMs for base SP

CRU

Data Mover DIMMs


Data Mover DIMMs are 2 and 4-GB SDRAM type memory for a total of 6 GB per Data Mover
or 12 GB per DME. Figure 34 on page 40 shows an example of the Data Mover DIMM with a
part number label. Figure 35 on page 41 shows the part number label location.
IMPORTANT
The DIMM part numbers are visible only when you remove the DIMM from the DIMM slot.
You must first take the Data Mover out of service, disconnect any Data Mover cables,
remove the Data Mover power supply/cooling module from the DME, then remove the
Data Mover CPU from the DME, then remove (Figures 18 and 19 on page 22). With the Data
Mover CPU laying on an antistatic mat, lift the DIMM cover up in the Data Mover CPU, and
then remove the DIMM from the DIMM slot. Ensure that you remove only those DIMMs that
you intend to replace. For more information about removing and installing the DIMM or
memory module, refer to the Replacing a memory module in a blade4 enclosure
procedure.


The DIMM memory is not hot-swappable. Before removing or replacing any DIMMs, you
must follow the removing and installing the DIMM or memory module procedure
described in the Replacing a memory module in a blade enclosure procedure.


Note the orientation of the VNX5200 File/Unified platform Data Mover DIMMs (see
locations DIMM 0, DIMM 1, DIMM 2, DIMM 3, DIMM 4, and DIMM 5 in Figure 34 on
page 40). A label on the DIMM cover also identifies the DIMM slots as DIMM 0, DIMM 1,
DIMM 2, DIMM 3, DIMM 4, and DIMM 5. In the VNX5200 File/Unified platform, the Data
Mover DIMMs are placed in slots 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.

4. In this guide, blade and Data Mover are used interchangeably to represent the same thing.
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DIMMs

Removing a DIMM module


IMPORTANT
Refer to the Removing a memory module section in the Replacing a memory module in a
blade enclosure procedure for correct memory module removal procedures.
To remove:
1. After removing the Data Mover CPU from the DME and placing it on an antistatic mat or
workbench, attach an ESD wristband to your wrist and the enclosure.
2. Lift the blue lid covering the DIMMs (Figure 34).
3. Push down on the socket ejectors on either side of the DIMM module to release the
module from the connector (Figure 34).
IMPORTANT
When removing or installing DIMMs, do not touch the gold connectors on the DIMMs.
4. Touching only the DIMM module outside edges, pull the module straight up and out of
the connector (Figure 34).

Part Number (P/N) label

D
D IM
D IMM M 5
D IM 4
D IM M 3
D IMM M 2
IM
M 1
0

DIMM 5
DIMM 4
DIMM 3
DIMM 2
DIMM 1
DIMM 0
CNS-001766

Figure 34 Example of the VNX5200 platform Data Mover DIMM slot location

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Disk-array enclosure (DAE)

5. The part number label is located on the bottom, left or right side of the DIMM module
(Figure 35).

100-562-264v
P/N : 100-562-xxx

Rev : A01
A01.

Part Number (P/N) label

CNS-001540

Figure 35 Example of the VNX5200 platform Data Mover DIMM part number location

Table 27 lists the Data Mover DIMM part number label location, part number, description,
and whether it is a FRU or CRU.

Table 27 VNX5200 platform Data Mover CPU DIMM part numbers


Part number label
location
(Figure 35)

Part number

Description

FRU

100-563-382 or
100-563-383
100-562-863

4-GB DDR3 DIMMs

CRU

2-GB DDR3 DIMMS

Disk-array enclosure (DAE)


The expansion disk-array enclosures (DAEs) have part numbers visible on both the front
and rear.

Front view
The DAE has three types of disk drive carriers:
2U, 25 (2.5-inch) disk drive DAE on page 42
3U, 15 (3.5-inch) disk drive DAE on page 43
4U, 60 (2.5- or 3.5-inch) disk drive DAE on page 44

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2U, 25 (2.5-inch) disk drive DAE


Figure 36 shows the front view of the 2U, 25 (2.5-inch) disk drive DAE.
Note: You can visually distinguish disk module kinds by their type, capacity, and speed
labels, and by the design of the latch and handle on each disk module (Figure 36).

Part Number (P/N) label

VNX-000828

Figure 36 Example of the 2U, 25 (2.5-inch) disk drive DAE (front view)

Note: Figure 36 is for illustrative purposes only. The front of the disk modules may be a
little different than the ones in your particular cabinet.
Table 28 is an example of the parts available for the 2U, 25 (2.5-inch) DAE and lists the
part number label location, part number, description, and whether it is a FRU or CRU.
Note: Due to the extensive variety of disk module types, Table 28 lists only a couple disk
types. EMC recommends that you refer to the latest EMC Series Storage Systems Disk and
OE Matrix Guide to ensure that you have the correct part for your configuration.
This guide is available online at https://support.emc.com/. Click the Support tab. On the
drop down, in the Search Support text box, enter EMC Storage Systems Disk and OE
Matrix. On the right side of the page that appears, a list of all the VNX product guides will
appear. Select the EMC Disk and OE Matrix document from this list. The guide and other
related VNX Series guides can be downloaded from here.

Table 28 2U, 25 (2.5-inch) DAE disk module part numbers


Part number label
location
(Figure 36)

Part number

Description (see note)

FRU

CRU

005048946

300 GB, 6 Gb/s SAS, 10k rpm

005049284

600 GB, 6 Gb/s SAS, 10k rpm

Note: The description field describes the disk module type, capacity, drive type, and spindle
speed (rpm).

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3U, 15 (3.5-inch) disk drive DAE


Figure 37 shows the front view of the 3U, 15 (3.5-inch) disk drive DAE.
Note: You can visually distinguish disk module kinds by their type, capacity, and speed
labels, and by the design of the latch and handle on each disk module (Figure 37).

Part Number (P/N) label

VNX-000607

Figure 37 Example of the 3U, 15 (3.5-inch) disk drive DAE (front view)

Note: Figure 37 is for illustrative purposes only. The front of the disk modules may be a
little different than the ones in your particular cabinet.
Table 29 on page 44 is an example of the parts available for the 3U, 15 (3.5-inch) disk
drive DAE and lists the part number label location, part number, description, and whether
it is a FRU or CRU.
Note: Due to the extensive variety of disk module types, Table 29 on page 44 lists only a
couple disk types. EMC recommends that you refer to the latest EMC Series Storage
Systems Disk and OE Matrix Guide to ensure that you have the correct part for your
configuration.
This guide is available online at https://support.emc.com/. Click the Support tab. On the
drop down, in the Search Support text box, enter EMC Series Storage Systems Disk and OE
Matrix. On the right side of the page that appears, a list of all the VNX product guides will
appear. Select the EMC Series Storage Systems Disk and OE Matrix document from this
list. The guide and other related VNX Series guides can be downloaded from here.

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Table 29 3U, 15 (3.5-inch) DAE disk module part numbers


Part number label
location
(Figure 37 on
page 43)

Part number

Description (see note)

FRU

CRU

005049175

300 GB, 6 Gb/s SAS, 10k rpm

005049249

600 GB, 6 Gb/s SAS, 15k rpm

Note: The description field describes the disk module type, capacity, drive type, and spindle
speed (rpm).

4U, 60 (2.5- or 3.5-inch) disk drive DAE


IMPORTANT
The 4U, 60 (2.5- or 3.5-inch) disk drive DAE is assembled and configured at the factory
before shipping. If replacing or adding a 4U, 60 (2.5- or 3.5-inch) disk drive DAE becomes
necessary, refer to the following CAUTION that discusses the mounting and servicing of
the 4U, 60, (2.5- or 3.5-inch) disk drive DAE in a 40U Dense rack.


Access to the internal components in a 4U, 60 DAE mounted 31U (4.5 feet or 1.38 meters)
or more above the floor requires special equipment and is restricted to authorized
service personnel only. Attempts to service disks, fans, or LCCs mounted 31U or higher
without appropriate tools and personnel might result in serious personal injury.
Note: If replacing or adding a 4U, 60 (2.5- or 3.5-inch) DAE becomes necessary, a portable
mechanical lift is recommended by EMC. The portable lift commonly used by EMC service
personnel is manufactured by Alum-A-Lift. Included with the lift is a lift kit which provides
instructions for using the portable lift. For more information, refer to Appendix A: Field lift
tool and accessory kit on page 55.
IMPORTANT
The portable (mechanical) lift commonly used by EMC service personnel has two
settingsone with a lower mast and one with both a lower and upper mast (dual mast).
The lower mast setting is rated for 400 lb (178.09 kg) and is for raising or lowering of
objects 28U (4.08 ft or 1.2 m) or less above the floor. The dual mast setting is rated well
under 200 lb (89 kg) and is for raising objects more than 28U (4.08 ft or 1.2 m) above the
floor. A conversion kit from Alum-A-Lift and a support table is available from the lift
provider for installations above 28U. This kit is rated for 225 lb (102 kg). For more
information, refer to Appendix A: Field lift tool and accessory kit on page 55.
The 4U, 60 (2.5- or 3.5-inch) DAE includes up to 60, 2.5- or 3.5-inch disk drives.
Supporting 6-Gb/s data transfer speeds, this DAE has the following hardware
components: three fans (or cooling modules), 60 disks (30 per side), two Link Control
Cards (LCCs), two Inter Connect Modules (ICMs), and two power supplies.

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To replace or add any of these components, refer to their respective Customer


Replaceable Unit (CRU) procedure for the 4U, 60 DAE. For example, to replace a disk drive,
refer to the Replacing a disk in a 60-disk enclosure procedure.
IMPORTANT
To accommodate the 4U, 60 DAE, a 40U Dense rack is required. The Dense rack is 44
inches (111.76 cm) deep. Because each DAE weighs 57.8 lb (26.28 kg) empty and 213 lb
(96.62 kg) fully loaded, a DAE interlock mechanism is provided in the Dense rack to
prevent the extension of no more than one DAE at a time.
Figure 38 shows the part number label location on the front of the 4U, 60 DAE chassis.

Part Number (P/N) label

VNX-000838

Figure 38 Example of the 4U, 60 DAE chassis (front view)

Table 30 lists the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it is a
FRU or CRU.

Table 30 DAE 4U, 60 DAE chassis part numbers


Part number label
location
(Figure 38)

Part number

Description (see note)

FRU

100-564-101

4U, 60 DAE chassis, no LCC, no


power supply

CRU

Access to disk drives, LCCs, and fan control modules


Unlike the 2U and 3U DAEs, the 4U, 60 DAE is a drawer-type of DAE that slides in and out
of a 40U Dense rack. The DAE is not fixed to the rack. To view the part numbers for the disk
drives, fan control modules, and LCCs, which are located inside the DAE, you slide the
DAE out of the rack. The DAE slides out of the cabinet far enough for you to access the
internal components and then locks on the rails in the service position so that you cannot
pull it out any farther. Then, you slide the top cover on the DAE towards the rear of the rack
to view the components.

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When sliding the 4U, 60 DAE out of or into the rack, be careful not to bind the power and
SAS cabling attached to the cable management arms on the back of the DAE.
To gain access to the DAE, you must first unlock the DAE from the rails, pull on the orange
loops on each side of the DAE (location 1 in Figure 39 on page 47). Finally, pull the orange
tabs on each side of the DAE to slide the DAE out of the rack on its rails until it locks into
the secure service position (location 2 in Figure 39 on page 47).
Note: If the 4U, 60 DAE does not slide out of the rack, verify that all the other DAEs are
completely seated in the rack by pushing firmly on them.


To prevent bodily injury when mounting or servicing the 4U, 60 DAE in a Dense rack, you
must take special precautions to ensure that the DAE remains stable. The following
guidelines are provided to ensure your safety:
When lifting this DAE, always use two people and a lifting device.
For service personnel, when accessing this unit in a rack above 31U, always use an EMC
authorized step ladder.
When mounting this unit in a partially filled rack, load the rack from the bottom to the top
with the heaviest component at or close to the bottom of the rack.
If the rack is provided with stabilizing devices, install the stabilizers before mounting or
servicing the DAE in the rack.

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2
CL4663

Figure 39 4U, 60 DAE (unlocking top, front ring pull latch mechanism and bottom slide extension
release levers)

Figure 40 shows an example of a 4U, 60 DAE with the top cover closed.

Top cover

VNX-000656

Figure 40 4U, 60 DAE (with top cover closed)

To gain access to the disk drives, LCCs, and fan control modules (after sliding the DAE out
of the rack), you slide the top cover towards the rear of the DAE.

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Figure 41 shows an example of a 4U, 60 DAE with the top cover open showing the disk
drives, LCCs, and the fan control modules (or fans).
Top cover

VNX-000649

Figure 41 4U, 60 DAE (with top cover open)

Figure 42 shows an example of the full interior view of a 4U, 60 DAE.


ICM
LCC
Power Supply

Disk

Fan

CL4658

Figure 42 4U, 60 DAE (interior view)

The ICMs and power supplies shown in Figure 42 are accessed from the rear of the 4U, 60
DAE. 4U, 60 (2.5- or 3.5-inch) DAE ICM and power supply on page 54 provides more
information.

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Disk drives, LCC, and fan control module locations


Figure 43 shows a top-down cut-away interior view of the 4U, 60 DAE. Notice the location
of the disk drives, fans (fan control modules), and LCC A.
LCC A

disk

fan
(cooling module)
CL4735

Figure 43 4U, 60 DAE top-down cut-away of disk drives, fans (fan control modules), and LCC A
(interior view)

Disk drive
To access the disk drives, first slide out the 40U, 60 DAE from the rack. Then, push the top
cover towards the rear of the chassis. The disk drives are located on either sides of the
LCCs in the DAE (Figure 42 on page 48).
Figure 44 shows the location of the 4U, 60 DAE disk drive part number label.
Part Number (P/N) label

VNX-000672

Figure 44 Example of the 4U, 60 DAE disk drive

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Table 31 lists the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it is a
FRU or CRU.
Note: Due to the extensive variety of disk module types, Table 31 lists only a couple disk
types. EMC recommends that you refer to the latest EMC Series Storage Systems Disk and
OE Matrix Guide to ensure that you have the correct part for your configuration.
This guide is available online at https://support.emc.com/. Click the Support tab. On the
drop down, in the Search Support text box, enter EMC Series Storage Systems Disk and OE
Matrix. On the right side of the page that appears, a list of all the VNX product guides will
appear. Select the EMC Series Storage Systems Disk and OE Matrix document from this
list. The guide and other related VNX Series guides can be downloaded from here.

Table 31 DAE 4U, 60 disk module part numbers


Part number label
location
(Figure 44)

Part number

Description (see note)

FRU

CRU

005049284

600 GB, 6 Gb/s SAS, 10k rpm

005049207

900 GB, 6 Gb/s SAS, 10K rpm

Note: The description field describes the disk module type, capacity, drive type, and spindle
speed (rpm).

Fan control module


To access the fan control modules, first slide out the 40U, 60 DAE from the rack. Then,
push the top cover towards the rear of the chassis. The fan control modules are located in
the front of the DAE (Figure 45).
Figure 45 shows the location of the 4U, 60 DAE fan control module part number label.

Part Number (P/N) label


Figure 45 Example of the 4U, 60 DAE fan control module

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VNX-000673

Disk-array enclosure (DAE)

Table 32 lists the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it is a
FRU or CRU.

Table 32 DAE 4U, 60 fan control module part numbers


Part number label
location
(Figure 45)

Part number

Description (see note)

FRU

CRU

303-173-000B

Fan control module

LCC
To access the LCC, first slide out the 40U, 60 DAE from the rack. Then, push the top cover
towards the rear of the chassis. The LCCs are located in the middle of the DAE between the
disk drives (Figure 42 on page 48).
Figure 46 shows the location of the 4U, 60 DAE LCC part number label.
Part Number (P/N) label

VNX-000671

Figure 46 Example of the 4U, 60 DAE LCC

Table 33 lists the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it is a
FRU or CRU.

Table 33 DAE 4U, 60 LCC part numbers


Part number label
location
(Figure 46 on
page 51)

Part number

Description (see note)

303-171-000C

Link Control Card

FRU

CRU

Rear view
The components located on the rear of the each type of DAE are:
2U, 25 (2.5-inch) DAE LCC and power supply on page 52
3U, 15 (3.5-inch) DAE LCC and power supply on page 53
4U, 60 (2.5- or 3.5-inch) DAE ICM and power supply on page 54

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2U, 25 (2.5-inch) DAE LCC and power supply


Figure 47 shows the part number label location on the rear of the 2U, 25 (2.5-inch) disk
drive DAE LCC and power supply.
1

#
X4
X4

6 Gb
SAS

6 Gb
SAS
#

VNX-000606

Figure 47 Example of 2U, 25 (2.5-inch) LCC and power supply

Table 34 lists the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it is a
FRU or CRU.

Table 34 2U, 25 (2.5-inch) LCC and power supply part numbers


Part number label
location
(Figure 47)

Part number

Description

FRU

071-000-541

LCC B power 400 W 12 V supply1

303-104-001E

LCC B2

CRU

1. The rear of the 2U, 25 (2.5-inch) DAE has the LCC power supplies inverted or on opposite sides. In other
words, LCC B power supply is located on the left of the DAE and LCC A power supply is located on the right
(Figure 47).
2. The rear of the 2U, 25 (2.5-inch) DAE has the LCCs inverted or on top of each other. In other words, LCC B is
located on the top and LCC A is located on the bottom (Figure 47).

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3U, 15 (3.5-inch) DAE LCC and power supply


Figure 48 part number label location on the rear of the 3U, 15 (3.5-inch) DAE for the LCC
and power supply.
1

X4

X4

6Gb SAS

6Gb SAS

LCC B

LCC A
VNX-000605

Figure 48 Example of 3U, 15 (3.5-inch) LCC and power supply

Table 35 lists the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it is a
FRU or CRU.

Table 35 3U, 15 (3.5-inch) LCC and power supply part numbers


Part number label
location
(Figure 48)

Part number

Description

FRU

CRU

071-000-518

LCC B 400 W dual 12 V power


supply1

303-108-000E

LCC B

1. The rear of the 3U, 15 (3.5-inch) DAE has the LCC power supply and LCC inverted or on top of each other. In
other words, LCC B power supply is located on the top of LCC B. While LCC A is located on the bottom of the
DAE with LCC A on top of the LCC A power supply (Figure 48).

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Disk-array enclosure (DAE)

4U, 60 (2.5- or 3.5-inch) DAE ICM and power supply


Figure 49 shows the part number label location on the rear of the 4U, 60 (2.5- or 3.5-inch)
DAE for the ICM and the power supply.

VNX-000674

Figure 49 Example of 4U, 60 (2.5- or 3.5-inch) DAE ICM and power supply

Table 36 lists the part number label location, part number, description, and whether it is a
FRU or CRU.

Table 36 4U, 60 (2.5- or 3.5-inch) DAE ICM and power supply part numbers
Part number label
location
(Figure 49)

Part number

Description

FRU

CRU

303-172-000C

ICM B1

071-000-545

Power supply B2, dual AC input,


1300 W, +12 V

Note: If the 4U, 60 (2.5- or 3.5-inch) DAE is located higher than 31U in the Dense rack, then both
the ICM and power supply are FRUs.
1. The rear of the 4U, 60 (2.5- or 3.5-inch) DAE has the ICM on opposite sides of the DAE. In other words, ICM A
is located on the left of the DAE and ICM B is located on the right (Figure 49).
2. The rear of the 4U, 60 (2.5- or 3.5-inch) DAE has the DAE power supplies between ICM A and B. In other
words, power supply A is located on the left of the DAE and power supply B is located on the right (Figure 49).

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Appendix A: Field lift tool and accessory kit

Appendix A: Field lift tool and accessory kit


IMPORTANT
The portable (mechanical) lift tool described in this appendix is recommended as a safety
precaution when lifting EMC components into an EMC or customer-provided rack. As
described in this Appendix, many of the EMC components are too heavy to be lifted by one
person or in some cases by two persons. As a result, this portable (mechanical) lift tool is
a necessary safety requirement, especially when lifting EMC components like the 3U, 120
and the 4U, 60 DAEs.
A portable (mechanical) lift (called the Trav-a-Lift Field Lift Tool, manufactured by
Alum-a-Lift Corp of Winston, GA) is a portable, lightweight aluminum lift for field use. This
lift tool is used to rack mount heavy EMC hardware in an EMC or customer-provided rack.
It can be operated either manually, or with the included cordless drill. Lift assembly is
aided by color coded and lettered alignment labels for safe, accurate, and quick
assembly. Each kit contains assembly instructions.
IMPORTANT
It is recommended that All EMC support/partners review the Field Lift Tool and Accessory
Kit guides available within the SolVE desktop application.
The Lift Tool can support up to 400 pounds (181 Kg) from the floor to a height of up to 49
inches (124 cm). If access to the top of a rack is needed a second mast can be mounted to
the first mast to lift heavy components to the top of the rack. The trade-off is the second
mast can only support 115 pounds (52 Kg). As of this writing, the lift tool alone can
support all but the heaviest enclosures, such as the 60-drive DAE. An accessory kit is
needed to lift the heaviest enclosures higher in the rack.
Generally, a portable (mechanical) lift (Figure 50 on page 57) is needed when one person
is mounting a component weighing more than 40 pounds (88 kg), or two persons
mounting a component weighing more than 80 pounds (176.3 kg). The capacity of the lift
varies by mounting height as previously described. Table 37 describes when a portable
(mechanical) lift alone is needed. In some cases an accessory kit is also needed. There is
no case where only the accessory kit is needed.

Table 37 Portable lift and accessory kit requirements


Height

Weight

Portable lift

Accessory kit

0 to 28U
0 to 4.08 ft
0 to 1.24 m

Less than 400 pounds (181 kg)

Required

Not required

28 to 40U
4.08 ft to 5.83 ft
1.25 m to 1.78 m

Less than 225 pounds (102 kg)

Required

Required

28 to 40U
4.08 ft to 5.83 ft
1.25 m to 1.78 m

Less than 115 pounds (52 kg)

Required

Not required

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Table 38 describes the approximate weight of the VNX-series enclosures used in the VNX
storage systems (including all FRUs installed).

Table 38 VNX-series enclosure weight comparisons (lb vs. kg)


VNX-series enclosure

Weight (lb)

Weight (kg)

Disk processor enclosure (DPE), 15-drive

97

44

Disk processor enclosure (DPE), 25-drive

75

34

Storage processor Enclosure (SPE)

53

24

Data Mover enclosure (DME)

53

24

Control Station (CS)

18

Standby power supply (SPS) 1U 1.2 kW

47

22

Standby power supply (SPS) 2U 2.2 kW

79

36

Disk-array enclosure (DAE) 3U, 15-drive

68

31

Disk-array enclosure (DAE) 2U, 25-drive

45

20

Disk-array enclosure (DAE) 4U, 60-drive

215

98

Disk-array enclosure (DAE) 3U, 120-drive

165

74.8


The portable lift commonly used by EMC service personnel has two configurationsone
with the lower mast only and one with both the lower and upper masts. The lower mast
configuration is rated for 400 pounds (181 kg) and is for raising or lowering objects 28U
(4.08 ft, 1.25 m) or less above the floor. The dual mast configuration is rated well under
200 pounds (90.7 kg) and is for raising objects more than 28U (4.08 ft, 1.25 m) above the
floor.
For installations at or below 4.08 ft (1.25 m), you must use the lower mast
configuration.
For installations above 4.08 ft (1.25 m), use the accessory kit, rated for 225 pounds
(102 kg), and a support table with the lower mast configuration. This accessory kit and
support table are available from the lift provider.

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GEN-001872

Figure 50 Example of a Alum-A-Lift with the accessary kit applied

For more information, refer to EMC DAE8S (120 disk Disk-Array Enclosure) Installation
Notes document or the Field Lift Tool and Accessory Kit procedure.

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