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BMC_Chassis

Stores information about frames that serve as the structural support for a computer system's electronic components. This field set can store information about physical elements that enclose other elements and provide definable functionality. Examples include desktop computer, a processing node, an uninterrupted power supply (UPS), disk or tape storage, or a combination of such elements.

Class type

CI

Direct known subclasses

None

Attribute summary

AttributeData typeDescription
Chassis TypePicklist

The chassis type. The following options are provided:

  • Other
  • Unknown
  • Desktop
  • Low-profile desktop
  • Pizza box
  • Mini tower
  • Tower
  • Portable
  • Laptop
  • Notebook
  • Hand-held
  • Docking Station
  • All-in-one
  • Subnotebook
  • Space-saving
  • Lunch box
  • Main system Chassis
  • Expansion Chassis
  • Subchassis
  • Bus-expansion Chassis
  • Peripheral Chassis
Number of Power CordsNumber (18, 0)The number of power cords that must be connected to the chassis for all of the components to operate.
Rack MountablePicklist

Specifies whether or not the chassis can be bolted into a cabinet that has a standard width of 19 in. or 23 in.

The following options are provided:

  • Unknown
  • True
  • False

Inherited attributes

Inherited from classInherited attributes
BMC_BaseElement 

Asset #, CI Status, Class ID, Class Name, Description, Instance Name, Location, Manufacturer Name, Mark As Deleted, Model Name, Notes, Primary Client, Priority, Serial #, Site, Stage, Supported, Supported By, Token Id, Version Number, Warranty Exp Date

BMC_SystemComponentSystem Class ID, System Name, Is Virtual
BMC_HardwareSystemComponentPNP Device ID, Power Management Capabilities, System Availability
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