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Controlling the system power

The following figure shows a Power Control Panel.

Figure 28. Power Control Panel
Power Control Panel

Printer 1 has two sets of power controls. One set is for the control unit frame (labeled Control Unit Power). The other set is for the printer attached to the control unit frame (labeled Printer Power).

Printer 2 also has two sets of power controls. One set is for the control unit frame (also labeled Control Unit Power). The other set is for the printer attached to the control unit frame (also labeled Printer Power). Each element in the system (Printer 1 frame, Printer 2 frame, and the control unit frames) has:

These switches allow many combinations of local/remote power control and power on/off control. Each Power Control Panel in the system also contains a Unit Emergency switch.

Attention!

The Power Control Panel also contains a Unit Emergency switch. This switch lets you turn off all power to the system in the case of an emergency.

Do not use Unit Emergency Power Off switch to power off the system unless you have an emergency. Doing so can cause loss of data and hardware problems in the control unit attached to Printer 2.