Sorry for crossposting this, but I've had no answers from the more specific groups.
I'm in the process repurposing a power supply from a scrapped Sun Microsystems StorEdge D2 array which was working perfectly well when decomissioned.
It is a Japanese made 360W FDK PEX737-40, +5V/30A and +12V/23A.
Impressively well built hardware and in mint condition.
Found blue+green mentioned in the last post here as power on.That was me. 8^)
24AWG-red on a 10ohm resistor (trace it?)No, haven't traced it but it is on the same rail as there's continuity.
I'd guess would be a power_good indication.Wouldn't that be the grey 18AWG wire?
... a redundant dual PSU configuration ...Yes, it is very well designed: redundant PSU and Fan canisters.
... could be just a monitoring wire.That is what I've been thinking, especially being 24AWG.
... too hung up with checking deviations ...OK.
... check with a meter or a scope, voltage stability at low current draws.Yes, I have to set up a test rig once I get everything mounted.
... adding properly fuses in the output ...Of course.
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