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WS-C6509 power supply input/output AC Low

Hello community!

I'm not sure how to troubleshoot one of my device. Its Cisco WS-C6509. We noticed some power issues with power supply 1 and procceded with RMA. Here are the last logs from device. I marked with the bold font what is unclear for me.

Although there are no errors since the replacament, I'm not sure whether it's okay. 

Please take a look for #show env command. Should it be this way? What does it tell us? That someone plugged 110V plug to the PSU?

Thanks for any help and feedback!

 

976085: Sep 26 10:17:49.995 BST: %C6KPWR-SP-2-PSFAIL: power supply 1 output failed.
976086: Sep 26 10:17:49.995 BST: %C6KPWR-SP-4-PSREDUNDANTONESUPPLY: in power-redundancy mode, system is operating on one power supply.
976087: Sep 26 10:17:54.003 BST: %OIR-SP-6-REMPS: Power supply removed from slot 1
976088: Sep 26 10:17:54.031 BST: %SNMP-5-CHASSISALARM: Chassis Alarm Trap: tmpAlarm(OFF), minorAlarm(OFF), and/or majorAlarm(OFF)
976089: Sep 26 10:17:54.007 BST: %C6KPWR-SP-4-PS2ONLY: Single power supply system should utilize power supply slot 1
976090: Sep 26 10:19:54.040 BST: %SNMP-5-CHASSISALARM: Chassis Alarm Trap: tmpAlarm(OFF), minorAlarm(ON), and/or majorAlarm(OFF)
976091: Sep 26 10:19:53.072 BST: %OIR-SP-6-INSPS: Power supply inserted in slot 1
976092: Sep 26 10:20:14.060 BST: %SNMP-5-CHASSISALARM: Chassis Alarm Trap: tmpAlarm(OFF), minorAlarm(OFF), and/or majorAlarm(OFF)
976093: Sep 26 10:20:14.028 BST: %C6KPWR-SP-4-PSOK: power supply 1 turned on.
976094: Sep 26 10:20:14.040 BST: %C6KPWR-SP-4-PSREDUNDANTMISMATCH: power supplies rated outputs do not match.
976095: Sep 26 10:20:14.048 BST: %C6KPWR-SP-4-PSREDUNDANTBOTHSUPPLY: in power-redundancy mode, system is operating on both power supplies.
976096: Sep 26 10:20:15.092 BST: %SNMP-5-CHASSISALARM: Chassis Alarm Trap: tmpAlarm(OFF), minorAlarm(ON), and/or majorAlarm(OFF)
976097: Sep 26 10:20:15.064 BST: %C6KENV-SP-4-PSFANFAILED: the fan in power supply 1 has failed
976098: Sep 26 10:20:17.080 BST: %SNMP-5-CHASSISALARM: Chassis Alarm Trap: tmpAlarm(OFF), minorAlarm(OFF), and/or majorAlarm(OFF)
976099: Sep 26 10:20:17.064 BST: %C6KENV-SP-4-PSFANOK: the fan in power supply 1 is OK
CISCO# show env
environmental alarms:
  no alarms

backplane:
  operating clock count: 2
  operating VTT count: 3

fan-tray 1:
  fan-tray 1 type: WS-C6K-9SLOT-FAN2
  fan-tray 1 version: 2
  fan-tray 1 fan-fail: OK
VTT 1:
  VTT 1 OK: OK
  VTT 1 outlet temperature: 26C
VTT 2:
  VTT 2 OK: OK
  VTT 2 outlet temperature: 26C
VTT 3:
  VTT 3 OK: OK
  VTT 3 outlet temperature: 33C
clock 1:
  clock 1 OK: OK, clock 1 clock-inuse: in-use
clock 2:
  clock 2 OK: OK, clock 2 clock-inuse: not-in-use
power-supply 1:
  power-supply 1 fan-fail: OK
  power-supply 1 power-input: AC low
  power-supply 1 power-output-mode: low
  power-supply 1 power-output-fail: OK
power-supply 2:
  power-supply 2 fan-fail: OK
  power-supply 2 power-input: AC high
  power-supply 2 power-output-mode: high
  power-supply 2 power-output-fail: OK
module 1:
  module 1 power-output-fail: OK
  module 1 outlet temperature: 42C
  module 1 inlet temperature: 25C
  module 1 EARL outlet temperature: 32C
  module 1 EARL inlet temperature: 34C
module 2:
  module 2 power-output-fail: OK
  module 2 outlet temperature: 32C
  module 2 inlet temperature: 25C
  module 2 device-1 temperature: 26C
  module 2 device-2 temperature: 29C
  module 2 EARL outlet temperature: 29C
  module 2 EARL inlet temperature: 30C
module 5:
  module 5 power-output-fail: OK
  module 5 outlet temperature: 26C
  module 5 inlet temperature: 20C
  module 5 device-1 temperature: 35C
  module 5 device-2 temperature: 33C
  module 5 asic-1 temperature: 23C
  module 5 asic-2 temperature: 23C
  module 5 asic-3 temperature: 23C
  module 5 asic-4 temperature: 23C
  module 5 asic-5 temperature: 23C
  module 5 asic-6 temperature: 23C
  module 5 RP outlet temperature: 24C
  module 5 RP inlet temperature: 25C
  module 5 EARL outlet temperature: 35C
  module 5 EARL inlet temperature: 25C


chassis connector rating: 1260.00 Watts (30.00 Amps @ 42V)
module 1
  module 1 connector rating: 2016.00 Watts (48.00 Amps @ 42V)
  module 1 power consumption:  432.60 Watts (10.30 Amps @ 42V)
module 2
  module 2 connector rating: 2016.00 Watts (48.00 Amps @ 42V)
  module 2 power consumption:  232.26 Watts ( 5.53 Amps @ 42V)
module 5
  module 5 connector rating: 1260.00 Watts (30.00 Amps @ 42V)
  module 5 power consumption:  328.44 Watts ( 7.82 Amps @ 42V)

chassis per slot cooling capacity: 70 cfm
ambient temperature: < 55C
  module 1 cooling requirement: 70 cfm
  module 2 cooling requirement: 70 cfm
  module 5 cooling requirement: 35 cfm

CISCO#
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Hello,

Can you post the output of "show power"?

Thanks

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Yes, please, see below

system power redundancy mode = redundant
system power total = 5771.64 Watts (137.42 Amps @ 42V)
system power used = 1321.74 Watts (31.47 Amps @ 42V)
system power available = 4449.90 Watts (105.95 Amps @ 42V)
Power-Capacity PS-Fan Output Oper
PS Type Watts A @42V Status Status State
---- ------------------ ------- ------ ------ ------ -----
1 WS-CAC-6000W 2671.20 63.60 OK OK on
2 WS-CAC-6000W 5771.64 137.42 OK OK on
Note: PS2 capacity is limited to 2940.00 Watts (70.00 Amps @ 42V)
when PS1 is not present
Pwr-Requested Pwr-Allocated Admin Oper
Slot Card-Type Watts A @42V Watts A @42V State State
---- ------------------ ------- ------ ------- ------ ----- -----
1 WS-X6748-GE-TX 432.60 10.30 432.60 10.30 on on
2 WS-X6724-SFP 232.26 5.53 232.26 5.53 on on
5 WS-SUP720-BASE 328.44 7.82 328.44 7.82 on on
6 (Redundant Sup) - - 328.44 7.82 - -
system auxiliary power mode = off
system auxiliary power redundancy operationally = non-redundant
system primary connector power limit = 3780.00 Watts (90.00 Amps @ 42V)
system auxiliary connector power limit = 0 Watt
system primary power used = 1321.74 Watts (31.47 Amps @ 42V)
system auxiliary power used = 0 Watt
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Yes, it definitely looks as if someone plugged the power supply into a 110 circuit. If that's not the case and it is indeed plugged into a 208 receptacle, I'd have the electrical circuit checked.

Regards

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@qajteq wrote:
power-supply 1 power-input: AC low

How big is this power supply?  Is this one of those 6K varieties? 

If it is, the 6K power supplies come have two power input sockets.  If only one power source is connected, the power input will show up as "AC low" and the LED will reflect this with a red LED.  

The solution is to connect the second power source.

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Yes, it is the 6000W version. Is it possible that someone plugged only one cable and we could not see this on logs/outputs?

Also I would like to ask, if this situation can happen when we connect 110V plugs to the PSU (United Kingdom) is it possible?
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@qajteq wrote:
Is it possible that someone plugged only one cable and we could not see this on logs/outputs?

Yes, it is highly possible. 

All it requires now is to get someone to "eyeball" to confirm (and correct).