EXOS: read via CLI / SNMP which air-flow is used in the switch

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it is possible to read out via CLI (remotely) which air-flow direction
(at the used fans) in switch is used ? Maybe the part-number of the fan unit.

Any advices.
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I don't think so.  The only time I've seen it is when there's a mismatch, but even then I believe it doesn't give specifics.
You can, however, get the part number of the fan.
X460G2-24t-G4.2 # show fan detail 
Slot-1 FanTray information:
State:                  Operational
NumFan:                 6
PartInfo:               1506N-4**** 800560-00-03
Revision:               3.0
Fan-1:                  Operational at 3180 RPM
Fan-2:                  Operational at 6960 RPM
Fan-3:                  Operational at 3180 RPM
Fan-4:                  Operational at 6780 RPM
Fan-5:                  Operational at 3180 RPM
Fan-6:                  Operational at 6840 RPM
This one happens to be a Front->Back airflow model.  What model(s) are you trying to look at?  I'll see if I can find the part numbers, if that will help.

-Drew
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Hi Drew,
thanks for your reply - you show me directly the issue!!
In your output the part-info of "show fan detail" is 800560-00.
If i have a look into the datasheet there exists 2 other partnumbers 10945 (front-to-back) and 10946 (back-to-front). Also in the pricelist are not the PartInfo number included.

Where can i see which PartInfo is which fan module ?

I am (and i think all the other community guys too) interested an all the summit fan part numbers - (especially X460-G2 / X670V / X670-G2 / X770 / X620).


Regards
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This is what I've got for X670-G1. 

PSU: part number "800462" means FB. "800460" means BF.
FAN: part number "450300" means FB. "450326" means BF.
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Here's what i could find for the reversible airflow models.  Let me know if I missed anything.
Fan Item#  Part #  Dir    Switch models
450300    17111   F->B   X670/V, X670-G2, X770
450326   17112   B->F   X670/V, X670-G2, X770
800560   10945   F->B   X460-G2, X450-G2
800561   10946   B->F   X460-G2
Don't forget that the PSU must match airflow as well.  I can look for those numbers if you'd like.
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Hi Drew (or anybody other) can you please update this list of fan and power supplies for the X450-G2 series !

Thanks. 
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Hi Matthias,
The X450-G2 series only supports F->B airflow.  All models use the same fan module as the X460-G2.
Fan Item#  Part #  Dir    Switch models
800560   10945   F->B   X460-G2, X450-G2
There are two PSUs available for the 450-G2 PoE models.  Non-PoE models use a fixed/built-in PSU.
10941 - Summit 1100W PoE AC PSU FB
10951 - Summit 715W AC PSU FB