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The power-on indicator lights when the system
power is on.
The power button controls the DC power supply
output to the system.
NOTE: When powering on the system, the video
monitor can take several seconds up to over 2
minutes to display an image, depending on the
amount of memory installed in the system.
NOTE: On ACPI-compliant operating systems,
turning off the system using the power button
causes the system to perform a graceful shutdown
before power to the system is turned off.
NOTE: To force an ungraceful shutdown, press
and hold the power button for five seconds.
7 System identification
The identification button on the front panel can
be used to locate a particular system. When the
button is pushed, the LCD panel on the front
flashes blue until the button is pushed again.
8 LCD menu buttons Allows you to navigate the control panel
Provides system ID, status information, and
system error messages.
The LCD lights blue during normal system
operation. The LCD lights amber when the
system needs attention, and the LCD panel
displays an error code followed by
NOTE: If the system is connected to AC power
and an error has been detected, the LCD lights
amber regardless of whether the system has
been powered on.
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