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Spirent TestCenter: What does "Current Limit" means on the slot-10 psu?
Equipment View->Diagnostics->Power Supply Status
The module is up and user is not complaining of any issues. Is there any issue if it stays like this?
Current Limit means the power supply is trying to draw more current than it was designed for and so it limits all power to the module.
Some of these lowers the voltage to preserve itself from failure.
If the module is bad or supply is bad it could lead to more catastrophic issues to the system.
Do some basic troubleshooting.
Pull the module out of the system that is connected to the power supply in slot 10 to see how the system responds.
Move it to different slot and see if problem follow module.
If there was no module in slot 10 to begin with then replace the power supply and observe if issue still appears.
If issue still appears with new power supply then there is something on the backplane that has failed.
Product : Chassis