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What is the RPM limit of a FAN

Hello.

I work in a company where we sell and support Watchguard and I work in the NOC / SOC sector.

We have some zabbix dashboards and templates that we created and we are missing some information.

One of them is the maximum capacity of a FAN, for example an M570 model box.

This box has 3 FANs and I would like to Threshold these FANS.

Of course, besides this, I would like to obtain other models, is there any place where I can obtain this information?

Thanks.

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    james.carsonjames.carson Moderator, WatchGuard Representative

    Hi @Rafael_Coelho

    There's various fans used on that model series. The spec is for a fan that can run at least 13,000 RPM. If the fan runs over 15,000 RPM, the system will alarm that it is out of range.
    The specific fans in my lab M570 are SunOn PSD1204PQBX-A. The specific RPM range that fan is 1200-19000 RPM.

    You can see the current RPM of each fan by opening the CLI for the firewall and using command "diagnose hardware system"

    -James Carson
    WatchGuard Customer Support

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    edited July 2

    Thanks for the feedback @james.carson .

    So there is no standard? Will I need to open each device and check the correct model?

    In any case, I considered this model you mentioned to be in the 19k rpm range.

    Here's what our dashboard looks like:

    I would also like to know the parameters VBAT, VDDR, 3.3VSB, etc.

    But I didn't find any references about it either!

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