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High Performance Communication Server
Using Pentium ® III Architecture

Santa Ana, CA July 1999

Model CS2760 series rack mount commuincation server, is an NT® based server customizable for Central Office and Data Network environments. In a very compact design the CS2760 provides you with speed, flexibility, and robustness unmatched in the industry today. The NT® 4.0 based server features the latest Intel® Pentium ® II and III processors, E1/T1 interface, 100/10 base Ethernet, Ultra Wide SCSI II Controller, embedded flat panel display, advanced system monitoring unit, hot swap power supplies with both 48VDC and 110/220 VAC input options, mirrored hot swap drives, and up to six spare PCI or eight ISA slots.

The CS2760 measures 8.75" (H) x 17.00" (W) x 18.00" (D), weighs 50 lbs, and is constructed of 14 gauge cold-rolled steel. The system runs on 333-500MHz Pentium II & III processors, up to 512MB of SDRAM, and it provides for as many as two hot-swappable drives with 1, 3, or 5 level RAID controller as optional features. The CS2760 is air cooled by a standard filtered-forced-air 220 CFM dual-fan system with a replaceable front filter. The system monitoring unit monitors the internal temperature, the CPU temperature, the power supply output voltages, and fan speeds and reports any irregularities against preset values to the system operator. The power supply module houses a standard N+1 redundant hotswap 540 watt AC system, or a 350 watt/48 volt DC unit.

The CS2760 is designed for mission critical applications in a 19-in rack-mount PC-compatible form factor. With MTBF in excess of 100,000 hours, and MTTR of less than a few minutes, the Model CS2760 seemingly operates uninterrupted for ever.

The CS2760 features ultra reduced EMI/RFI emissions and it is certified for CE Emmissions/Immunity, FCC Class A, UL1950 3rd Edition, CSA and CE Safety. The system features in-line mains filtering for EMC compliance, a VDE Level-B power supply, and a rear-chassis panel with beryllium-copper strip that assures proper grounding contact of the card brackets to the chassis, guarding against any EMI/RFI leakage.

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