S series switch models

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S series switches include the following series: S1700, S2700, S3700, S5700, S6700, S9300, S7700, S9700, and S12700 series. You can find the specific models of each series in the hardware query tool or hardware description manual.
To query specific models of S series switches, click Hardware Query.
To obtain S1700 product description, click S1700 Managed Switch Product Description.
To obtain S2700 hardware description, click S2700 Hardware Description.
To obtain S3700 hardware description, click S3700 Hardware Description.
To obtain S5700 hardware description, click S5700 Hardware Description.
To obtain S6700 hardware description, click S6700 Hardware Description.
To obtain S9300 hardware description, click S9300&S9300E Hardware Description.
To obtain S7700 hardware description, click S7700 Hardware Description.
To obtain S9700 hardware description, click S9700 Hardware Description.
To obtain S12700 hardware description, click S12700 Hardware Description.

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Card models supported by S series switches
For card models supported by S series switches, you can use Hardware Query Tool to query details or see "Cards" in the Hardware Description. For the hardware description of the S9300 and S9300E, see S9300&S9300E Hardware Description. For the hardware description of the S7700, see S7700 Hardware Description. For the hardware description of the S9700, see S9700 Hardware Description. For the hardware description of the S12700, see S12700 Hardware Description.

AC and DC power supply on S series switches
You can check whether an S series switch supports AC or DC power supply based on the following guidelines: 1. Check the switch model. If the model contains AC, the switch supports AC power supply. If the model contains DC, the switch supports DC power supply. 2. Check the power module. Differentiate AC and DC switches based on the power module. Power modules are divided into non-PoE and PoE power modules. You can also use the Hardware Query Tool at Hardware Query Tool.

How to view the card models of S series switches
For S series modular switches, run the display device command to view the card model. The following uses the S12700 as an example. The cards in slots 9 and 10 are the master and standby MPUs respectively. The cards in slots 2, 5, and 7 are LPUs. The cards in slots 13 and 14 are SFUs. [HUAWEI] display device S12708's Device status: Slot Sub Type Online Power Register Status Role 2 - ET1D2G48SX1E Present PowerOn Registered Normal NA 5 - ET1D2X48SEC0 Present PowerOn Registered Normal NA 7 - ET1D2G24SEC0 Present PowerOn Registered Normal NA 9 - ET1D2MPUA000 Present PowerOn Registered Normal Master 10 - ET1D2MPUA000 Present PowerOn Registered Normal Slave 11 - ET1D2SFUD000 Present PowerOn Registered Normal NA 13 - ET1D2SFUD000 Present PowerOn Registered Normal NA 1 ET1D2VS08000 Present PowerOn Registered Normal NA 14 - ET1D2SFUD000 Offline PowerOn Registered Normal NA PWR1 - - Present PowerOn Registered Normal NA PWR2 - - Present PowerOn Registered Normal NA CMU1 - EH1D200CMU00 Present PowerOn Registered Normal Master FAN1 - - Present PowerOn Registered Abnormal NA FAN2 - - Present PowerOn Registered Normal NA FAN3 - - Present PowerOn Registered Normal NA FAN4 - - Present PowerOn Registered Normal NA

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