A Remote Fan is a device that fits in a power supply slot but contains no power supply, only a fan. These devices are not manageable, but if present they will be reported by the manageable supply that accompanies it.
This variable has the value yes(1) any time this supply is capable of supplying at least 11.6 volts to the cabinet. Note that a value of no(2) does not necessarily indicate hard failure. A power supply can be detected even if it is powered down or not plugged in as long as another power supply has PowerOK=yes(1) and InUse=yes(1). In this case, PowerOK will be no(2) for the disabled power supply.
Value is yes(1) when this supply is currently selected to supply power to the cabinet.
Power currently supplied to the cabinet, in milliwatts
The temperature inside the cabinet as detected by the power supply, stored in tenths of degrees centigrade but usually converted to degrees for display.
Remote Fan Fault
Normally no(2), this value changes to yes(1) when an installed Remote fan is drawing excessive current or none at all.
Local Fan Fault
Normally no(2), this value changes to yes(1) when the Local fan is drawing excessive current or none at all.
The supply voltage that this unit is designed to accept. IfAC(1), the supply accepts 90-260VAC, 47 to 400Hz. IfDC48(2), the supply accepts 38-75VDC.
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