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How to set 1.5 u size generic path panel in Genome Library in DCO?

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How to set 1.5 u size generic path panel in Genome Library in DCO?

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by umut.pilge on 2016-01-28


Hi,

 

I have a problem about DCO device placement.

We used 1.5 u sized patch-panel device. How to resize u of generic patch-panel by modiying generic patch panel model in Genome Library. Is it possible ? Thanks.

the patch panel having 1.5 u sized is Corning WAXWSV-04808-C002


Device attributes is;

http://catalog.corning.com/opcomm/en-GB/catalog/ProductDetails.aspx?pid=21772&vid=8765

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Re: How to set 1.5 u size generic path panel in Genome Library in DCO?

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Stine Hansen on 2016-01-28


On behalf of Eduard: 

Hi Umut,

You can use a workaround.

Change the mounting of your 1.5U patch panel to shelf and give it a height of 66mm (=1.5U).

Use a shelf (from the genomes) or an other device to put it on.

You can remove the shelf ones the patch panel is in place.

Regards,

Eduard

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Re: How to set 1.5 u size generic path panel in Genome Library in DCO?

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2016-01-28


Hi Umut,

Currently in DCO the integer "unit height"/ U values are supported, ie. it is not possible/supported to configure the device U height to be 1.5.

Depending on the setup, I would suggest to configure the device "unit height" to be 1 U or 2 U (depending on how many patch panels you want to add right after each other).

Kind regards

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Re: How to set 1.5 u size generic path panel in Genome Library in DCO?

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Stine Hansen on 2016-01-28


On behalf of Eduard: 

Hi Umut,

You can use a workaround.

Change the mounting of your 1.5U patch panel to shelf and give it a height of 66mm (=1.5U).

Use a shelf (from the genomes) or an other device to put it on.

You can remove the shelf ones the patch panel is in place.

Regards,

Eduard

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Re: How to set 1.5 u size generic path panel in Genome Library in DCO?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Cees de Vogel on 2016-01-29


and if you change the Unit height to 0, it will not add up the U-heights used

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Re: How to set 1.5 u size generic path panel in Genome Library in DCO?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by umut.pilge on 2016-01-31


Thanks for answers, I place 1.5 sized patch panel by using shelf and editing height. But, If I place 2 patch panel 1.5 one after the other , This method is not worked because shelf is not placed in half u? Can Stine Verdelin Hansen help me with about this method ? Thanks; Thanks ;

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Re: How to set 1.5 u size generic path panel in Genome Library in DCO?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Stine Hansen on 2016-02-01


Hi umut.pilge, it was Everard Eduard who provided the workaround. Perhaps he can help? Otherwise you could try Jef's approach below and set the unit height to 2 on one panel and 1 on the next which will give a total of 3 U-heights used. Best, Stine

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