You're welcome. I think it's just the status of power feeds into the stack master. I don't believe Cisco has instrumented the XPS per se via SNMP.
You can remote into the switch and get a lot from show commands, including all of the XPS connections. "show env xps" etc. as described here.
It's beyond my poor scripting ability but I believe a PRTG sensor can execute an ssh login script and parse the output in powershell for presentation in your monitor. Easier to just ssh in when a power supply shows as gone.
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