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Lenovo S3200 Setup Manual: Power Supply Module Voltage Sensors

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When a temperature fault is reported, it must be remedied as quickly as possible to avoid system damage.
This can be done by warming or cooling the installation location.
Table 20 Controller module temperature sensor descriptions
Description
CPU temperature
FPGA temperature
Onboard temperature 1
Onboard temperature 2
Onboard temperature 3
(Capacitor temperature)
CM temperature
When a power supply sensor goes out of range, the Fault/ID LED illuminates amber and an event is
logged to the event log.
Table 21 Power supply temperature sensor descriptions
Description
Power supply 1 temperature
Power supply 2 temperature

Power supply module voltage sensors

Power supply voltage sensors ensure that an enclosure's power supply voltage is within normal ranges.
There are three voltage sensors per power supply.
Table 22 Voltage sensor descriptions
Sensor
Power supply 1 voltage, 12V
Power supply 1 voltage, 5V
Power supply 1 voltage, 3.3V
Normal operating
Warning operating
range
range
3C–88C
0C–3C,
88C–90C
3C–97C
0C–3C,
97C–100C
0C–70C
None
0C–70C
None
0C–70C
None
5C–50C
 5C,
 50C
Normal operating range
–10C–80C
–10C–80C
Event/Fault LED condition
< 1 1.00V
> 13.00V
< 4.00V
> 6.00V
< 3.00V
> 3.80V
Critical operating
range
> 90C
None
None
None
None
0C,
 55C
Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide
Shutdown values
0C
100C
0C
105C
None
None
None
None
55

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