The 4-bay Rackmount NAS must run with all of its parts and units in place. In order to comply with applicable safety, emission, and thermal requirements, the cover should not be removed and all drives must be installed according to the instructions (see Setting Up).
Permanently unplug the unit if you think that it has become damaged in any way.
With the sole exception of “hot-swapping” compatible hard drives from protected volumes (see Hardware Maintenance), you must shut down and disconnect power from the NAS before maintenance or physical troubleshooting is performed on the device. Only qualified technical service personnel should be allowed to maintain the NAS.
Shut down and unplug the unit before moving it.
The 4-bay Rackmount NAS must only be operated from a power supply input voltage range of 100 to 240 VAC, 50 to 60 Hz.
Make sure that the socket outlets are located near the equipment and are easily accessible.
The power supply on this unit is not serviceable or field replaceable. If Seagate technical support has determined that the power supply is faulty or has failed and the unit is under warranty, return the NAS to Seagate per the instructions provided by the Seagate technician.
Use caution when replacing the battery:
A safe electrical ground connection must be provided to the power cord. Check the grounding of the enclosure before applying power.
Provide a suitable power source with electrical overload protection to meet the requirements laid down in the technical specification.
Never expose your device to rain, or use it near water, or in damp or wet conditions. Never place objects containing liquids on the enclosure, as they may spill into its openings. Doing so increases the risk of electrical shock, short-circuiting, fire, or personal injury.
Always unplug the device from the electrical outlet if there is a risk of lightning or if it will be unused for an extended period of time. Otherwise, there is an increased risk of electrical shock, short-circuiting, or fire.
Hot surfaces (heat sinks) are exposed when the enclosure's top cover is removed. Disconnect power and allow the enclosure to cool before working inside the system.
When pulled out from the rack, the enclosure must not be used as a shelf to support any other object.
The rack cabinet must be capable of supporting the total weight of the installed enclosures and the design should incorporate stabilizing features suitable to prevent the cabinet from tipping or being pushed over during installation or in normal use.
When loading a rack cabinet with the units, fill from the bottom up and empty it from the top down.
Do not add any load onto the 4-bay Rackmount NAS when it is mounted on rack rails and installed in the rack. Doing so can bend the rails and prevent the slide from proper operation (if applicable).
The rack cabinet design should take into consideration the maximum operating ambient temperature for the unit, which is 35°C.
The rack cabinet should have a safe electrical distribution system. It must provide overcurrent protection for the unit and must not be overloaded by the total number of units installed in the rack. When addressing these concerns, consider the electrical power consumption rating shown on the product.
The electrical distribution system must provide a reliable ground for each unit and for the cabinet.
The power supply unit has a ground leakage current of 3.5mA. The design of the electrical distribution system must take into consideration the total ground leakage current from all the power supplies in all the units.
When configured, the cabinet must meet the safety requirements of IEC 60950-1 2nd edition.
The Seagate 4-bay Rackmount NAS enclosure is designed for installation into an industry standard 19-inch rack cabinet subject to the following requirements:
The top cover of the enclosure provides access to the the motherboard. Do not remove the top cover of the enclosure unless you are performing maintenance recommended by Seagate technical support. The unit must be turned off and allowed to cool down before removing the cover. Potential hazards include the battery and hot surfaces.
When placing the cover back on the NAS, make certain that the four screws are securely fastened into place (this is to prevent users/operators from accessing service areas).
Observe all conventional ESD precautions when handling the NAS's internal components. Avoid contact with backplane components, module components, etc.
Drives are fragile and must be handled with care during removal/replacement.
Any loss, corruption, or destruction of data while using a Seagate drive or a Seagate drive system is the sole responsibility of the user, and under no circumstances will Seagate be held liable for the recovery or restoration of this data. To help prevent the loss of your data, Seagate highly recommends that you keep TWO copies of your data: one copy on your NAS; and, a second copy on one of the following: