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    Power Supply and Fan Status Monitor

    The Power Supply and Fan Status monitor provides information about the availability and status of power supplies and cooling fans for the node you select in the View pane.

    This monitor is available when you select a switch, router, or a Virtual Chassis member in any view. It appears on the Equipment tab when in Monitor mode.

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    Power Supply and Fan Status

    The summary view of the Power Supply and Fan Status monitor displays two pie charts:

    • Power Supply Units—On the node selected, shows the proportion of power supplies that are detected as absent against those that are present in the bay. Those units that are present indicate their operating status as OK, Check, or Failed. The totals shown below the title indicate the total number of power supplies that the device is capable of holding.
    • Fans—On the node selected, shows the proportion of fans that are detected against those that are present in the bay. Those units that are present indicate their operating status as OK, Check, or Failed. The totals shown below the title indicate the total number of fans that the device is capable of holding.

    Mouse over the pie segments to view the number of power supplies or fans in each segment. The total number of units is shown at the bottom of the graph. Click the details icon to open the Power Supply and Fan Status Details window.

    Power Supply and Fan Status Details

    The Power Supply and Fan Status Details window provides a tabular status view of each power supply and fan in the device.

    The top table lists all of the power supplies available in the device. The chart shows the individual status of each power supply as OK, Absent, Check, or Failed.

    The lower table lists the fans in the device. The chart shows the status of each fan unit as OK, Absent, Check, or Failed.

    Modified: 2016-09-29