Server buzzer alarm sound


Currently server buzzer alarm sounds only make sense for the RH2488 V2:
Power supply alarm: one long beep. A long beep usually means that a PSU fault occurs, or that two PSUs are present but only one has AC power input. Please check the power supply status and whether the power cable is connected properly.
Backplane alarm: one long beep. If this sound is made, check the power supply and signal.
RAID controller card alarm: beep once per second. This alarm usually means a RAID controller card or hard disk exception, for example, hard disk fault, RAID disk offline, RAID degrade, or RAID rebuild.

Other related questions:
How do I configure alarms, control alarm content, and enable or disable alarm sounds on the SMC2.0?
Configure alarms on the SMC2.0 as follows: Log in to the SMC2.0 web interface, choose System > Settings > Alarm, and configure the alarm severity for each alarm, whether to report an alarm, and whether to enable the alarm sound for each product.

What can I do if the U1980 generates the power supply alarm tone
The power distribution unit of the U1980 consists of one power switch, three power module slots, and one alarm tone mute button. An alarm tone is generated when the three power modules are not fully configured. Press the alarm tone mute button to mute the alarm generated.

Whether OptiX OSN 8800 can transmit a minor alarm sound to the power distribution cabinet
In OptiX OSN 8800, the ALMO1 port on the ATE board can transmit the sounds of critical, major, and minor alarms to the power distribution cabinet.

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