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NE40E-M2 V800R010C10SPC500 Installation Guide

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Power-on Check

Power-on Check

Power-on Check Flowchart

Figure 8-21 Power-on check flowchart

The normal input voltage for the NE40E-M2 ranges from –40 V DC to –72 V DC. Do not power on the NE40E-M2 if the input voltage is not within the normal range.

Power-On Check on the NE40E-M2

Table 8-9 Indicators on the NE40E-M2

Item

Indicator

Color

Status Description

DC power supply unit (PSU)

OUT

Green

  • If this indicator is steady green, the PSU works normally and its power supply is stable.
  • If this indicator is off, the PSU is powered off or the PSU hardware is faulty.

Red

If this indicator is steady red, the PSU hardware is faulty or the –48 V or –60 V power input is unavailable.

IN

Green

  • If this indicator is steady green, the power input is normal.
  • If this indicator is off, the -48 V or -60 V power input is unavailable.

Fan module

FAN

Green

  • If the indicator is steady green, the fan module works normally.
  • If this indicator is off, the fan module is unregistered, powered off, or has a hardware fault.

Red

If this indicator is steady red, the fan module is faulty.

PIC

STAT

Green

  • If this indicator is steady green, the PIC works normally.
  • If this indicator is off, the PIC is not powered on or registered.

Red

If this indicator is steady red, the PIC hardware is faulty.

Yellow

If this indicator is steady yellow, a high-speed PIC is inserted into a low-speed slot or the logic of the PIC is not loaded.

LINK/ACT

Green

  • If this indicator is steady on, the link is Up.
  • If this indicator is off, the link is Down.
  • If this indicator is blinking, data is being transmitted.


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