Connecting the ESD Wrist Strap Cable
Plug in the supplied ESD wrist strap cable to the ESD jack on the chassis.
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) can damage module components, causing complete or intermittent operational failures. ESD can occur when a module is improperly handled. Use an ESD wrist strap whenever you open the equipment, particularly when you are handling modules. To work properly, the wrist strap must make good contact at both ends (that is, with your skin at one end and with the chassis at the other).
BTI7814 ESD Jack Locations
There are two ESD jacks on the BTI7814 chassis:
At the front of the chassis, to the left of the air intake grill
At the rear of the chassis, below the Power Entry Modules
BTI7802 ESD Jack Location
There is one ESD jack on the BTI7802 chassis:
At the front of the chassis, between the lower Chassis Management Module slot and the Power Entry Module
BTI7801 ESD Jack Location
There is one ESD jack on the BTI7801 chassis:
At the front of the chassis, top right corner above the cable guide.