I'm trying to install 2 new power supplies for a Cisco 4506. The part number of the PS reads 4200ACV. The switch has (4) 48 port POE blades, one routing module and one supervisor engine. I keep getting this message and non on the blades are available as looks like i dont have sufficient power. is this correct or do I have to do something with the switch so it can see the power supplies.
I have include my show enviromen.
Chassis Temperature = 35 degrees Celsius
Chassis Over Temperature Threshold = 75 degrees Celsius
Chassis Critical Temperature Threshold = 95 degrees Celsius
Power Fan Inline
Supply Model No Type Status Sensor Status
------ ---------------- --------- ----------- ------- -------
PS1 Unknown Type Unknown bad/off bad/off n.a.
PS2 Unknown Type Unknown bad/off bad/off n.a.
Power supplies needed by system : 1
Power supplies currently available : 0
*** Insufficient power supplies present for specified configuration ***
Chassis Type : WS-C4506
Power consumed by backplane : 0 Watts
Supervisor Led Color : Red
Module 1 Status Led Color : Red
Module 2 Status Led Color : Red
Module 4 Status Led Color : Red
Module 5 Status Led Color : Red
Module 6 Status Led Color : Red
Fantray : Good
Power consumed by Fantray : 50 Watts
It sounds like you don't have the correct power supply for that unit. The chassis can't even display the model number on its config.
You don't have to do anything special, it's plug and play.
Contact the reseller and make sure they sent you the correct part number.
If you have the invoice or the box it came in, it should indicate the Cisco part number. 4200ACV is not a complete part number.
Edit: I did a quick search and found the correct part number (PWR-C45-4200ACV) and it belongs to the Cisco 4500 line so you should be fine. Perhaps they are defective or you don't have enough power from the source (110 or 220v) ?