Q&A:Why my power module is DC,but it shows AC when I run the command "display power"

Latest reply: Jun 12, 2018 08:36:23 712 2 0 0

Question: why the power information is mismatching?

<HUAWEI>disp power <?xml:namespace prefix = "o" ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

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Slot    PowerID  Online   Mode   State      Power(W)

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0       PWRI     Present  DC     Supply     170.00    

 0       PWRII    Present  AC     Supply     NA  

Answer:

checking the device, we can find that the power is abnormal. so switch can't read its information. Because in default the mode will be shown as AC .

  ===============display device===============

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S5328C-HI-24S's Device status:

Slot Sub  Type                Online    Power      Register     Status   Role

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0    -    S5328C-HI-24S       Present   PowerOn    Registered   Normal   Master

     4    POWER               Present   PowerOn    Registered   Normal   NA   

     5    -                   Present   PowerOff   Registered   Abnormal NA 

 

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SupperRobin
Created May 11, 2018 01:42:35 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

hi dear, could you please let me know why it happend ? "default the mode will be shown as AC"
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Barret
Created Jun 12, 2018 08:36:23 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Posted by SupperRobin at 2018-05-11 01:42 hi dear, could you please let me know why it happend ? "default the mode will be shown as AC"
Because the power module is fault or did not insert, the device can't check it's module. so it will show AC in default.
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