Whether the fan of BWS 1600G is displayed on the NE panel

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The fan of BWS 1600G is not displayed on the NE panel

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Whether the fan board on a BWS 1600G can be displayed on the NMS panel
The fan board on a BWS 1600G cannot be displayed on the NMS panel. However, the fan board on an OSN 6800 or 8800 can be displayed on the NMS panel. If a fan board is faulty, the FAN_FAIL alarm is reported. You need to replace the fan board.

Fan working mode of BWS 1600G
Question: What are the working modes of fans on BWS 1600G devices? Answer: Fans on BWS 1600G devices can work in two modes. One is the speed adjustment mode. In this mode, the fan speed can be manually set, including high speed, low speed, and stop. The other mode is the automatic adjustment mode. The system control board regularly checks the temperature of each board on the NE every minute to determine whether the temperature of each board exceeds the threshold. If the temperature of one board exceeds the upper threshold, the fan board enables the high speed mode. If the temperature of all boards exceeds the lower threshold, the fan board enables the low speed mode.

Working modes of fans on BWS 1600G
Fans on BWS 1600G support two working modes: adjustable speed mode and automatic adjustment mode. In adjustable speed mode, the fan speed can be manually set to high speed, low speed, or stop. In automatic adjustment mode, the temperature of each board on an NE will be periodically detected at an interval of 1 minute. Each board has its own temperature thresholds. The system control board checks the temperature of each board. The system control board increases the fan speed upon detecting that the temperature of one board exceeds the upper threshold and decreases the fan speed after detecting that the temperature of all boards is lower than the lower threshold. Therefore, the system control board can determine the appropriate fan speed and automatically adjust the speed.

Methods used to set NE IDs for the E1SCC board on the BWS 1600G
The E1SCC board sets NE IDs by using the DIP switch. S4 and S3 indicate DIP switches for setting NE IDs of the system control board. When the DIP switch is set to ON, the bit is 1. When the DIP switch is set to OFF, the bit is 0. The bit on the left is the most significant bit. Every time the DIP switch is set, reset the system control board for the new setting to take effect. For the E2SCC board, the NE ID can be set using the software.

Whether SC2 boards on BWS 320G and BWS 1600G are compatible with each other
SC2 boards on BWS 320G and those on BWS 1600G devices are incompatible with each other.

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