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NETS UPS

USERS MANUAL


Table of Contents

1. Introduction 3

2. Matrix 5000 & Symmetra

Logging On 4

Device manager 5

Network 13

TCP/IP 13

DNS 14

Ping 14


FTP 14

Telnet 15

Web 15

SNMP 15


Email 17

Syslog 17

System 19

Monitoring 24

Status 25

Troubleshooting

3. Powerware

4. UPS IPs

Introduction
NETS is using 3 different UPS's for backup power in the Communications closets. Two of the UPS's are manufactured by American Power Conversion, APC, and use the same Operating System. The APC systems will be covered first.
The UPS's in the new Jeffco hanger are the Connect UPS manufactured by Powerware. The operating system will be covered separately.
Both types of UPS's have a Web interface that makes configuration and monitoring the UPS simple. The Web interfaces will be explained after the command line interface method of configuration.
The UPS's

LOGGING ON TO AN APC

Connect a PC using the cable provided with the UPS part # 940-0024B or 940-0024C to the Computer Interface Port. Using a terminal emulator set the port to,
9600, N, 8, 1
Do NOT connect a standard serial cable between the UPS and the SNMP Adapter. Damage to the serial port or the SNMP Adapter can occur.
To begin accessing the configuration on an APC UPS, hit RETURN on the PC. The APC PowerNet Adapter Configuration Main Menu should appear. Log in using the Username and Password from the usual place.
The following configuration information is from the UPS in ML-47, ML-47-APC1-UPS.
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User Name : *******

Password : ********

American Power Conversion Network Management Card AOS v1.1.0

(c) Copyright 2002 All Rights Reserved Smart-UPS & Matrix-UPS APP v1.1.1

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Name : ml-47-apc1-ups Date : 12/06/2004

Contact : NCAR Operations 497-1200 Time : 03:12:40

Location : ML-47 User : Administrator

Up Time : 126 Days 1 Hour 24 Minutes Stat : P+ N+ A+
Matrix 5000 named ML 47 : On Line
------- Control Console -------------------------------------------------------
1- Device Manager

2- Network

3- System

4- Logout


- Main Menu, - Refresh, - Event Log
There are 4 options to select at this time. We will go through them in order, starting with #1, Device Manager. Type in;
> 1
------- Device Manager --------------------------------------------------------
1- Matrix 5000
- Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
Lots of options, select #1.
> 1
------- Matrix 5000 -----------------------------------------------------------
Status of UPS : On Line

Last Transfer : Due to software command or UPS's test control.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Input Voltage : 209.4 VAC Operating Frequency : 60.00 Hz

Output Voltage : 203.7 VAC Internal Temperature: 024.3 C

Load Power : 008.3 % Watts Battery Voltage : 55.35 VDC

Load Current : 02.71 Amps Bad Batteries : 000

Max Line Voltage : 209.4 VAC Battery Capacity : 100.0 %

Min Line Voltage : 209.4 VAC Runtime Remaining : 0340 min

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Self-Test Result : Passed Calibration Result : Unknown

Self-Test Date : 11/27/2004 Calibration Date : Unknown


1- Control

2- Diagnostics

3- Configuration

4- Detailed Status

5- About UPS
- Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
There is a lot of information here. Input and output voltages, load and battery status are the important ones. Select Control #1.
> 1
------- Control ---------------------------------------------------------------
Status of UPS : On Line
1- Turn UPS Off

2- Turn UPS Off Gracefully

3- Reboot UPS

4- Reboot UPS Gracefully

5- Put UPS To Sleep

6- Put UPS To Sleep Gracefully

7- Put UPS In Bypass
?- Help, - Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
This is an important menu when the UPS must be shutdown when there is a power outage and the batteries are close to being completely depleted.
To return to a previous menu hit the ESC button once for each level backwards.
Hit esc and return to Device Manager
>
------- Matrix 5000 -----------------------------------------------------------
Status of UPS : On Line

Last Transfer : Due to software command or UPS's test control.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Input Voltage : 209.4 VAC Operating Frequency : 60.00 Hz

Output Voltage : 203.7 VAC Internal Temperature: 024.3 C

Load Power : 008.3 % Watts Battery Voltage : 55.35 VDC

Load Current : 01.94 Amps Bad Batteries : 000

Max Line Voltage : 209.4 VAC Battery Capacity : 100.0 %

Min Line Voltage : 209.4 VAC Runtime Remaining : 0340 min

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Self-Test Result : Passed Calibration Result : Unknown

Self-Test Date : 11/27/2004 Calibration Date : Unknown


1- Control

2- Diagnostics

3- Configuration

4- Detailed Status

5- About UPS
- Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
Go to the Diagnostics Menu.
> 2
------- Diagnostics -----------------------------------------------------------
Status of UPS : On Line
1- Simulate Power Failure

2- UPS Self-Test

3- Start Runtime Calibration

4- Test UPS Alarm


?- Help, - Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
Use these test carefully. Simulating a power failure tests the UPS's ability to switch to battery operation. This test runs for a short period of time and returns to line power operation.
UPS Self-Test has been set on all NETS UPS's to run on a 14 day schedule. Run this when the UPS's operation is in question.
Start Runtime Calibration calculates how much runtime the UPS has available. This test will operate until the batteries have 25% of battery capacity remaining. The test will run for hours and may affect the lifetime of the batteries. Run only if necessary.
Test UPS Alarm tests the alarm....
Hit esc and return to Device Manager.
Enter 3# for Configuration.
> 3
------- Configuration ---------------------------------------------------------
UPS Name : ML 47 Battery Date : 10/22/03

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Output Voltage : 208 VAC Shutdown Delay : 020 sec

High Transfer : 240 VAC Return Delay : 000 sec

Low Transfer : 156 VAC Low-Battery Duration : 010 min

Sensitivity : Low Sleep Time : 0.0 hrs

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Auto Self-Test : Every 14 Days Batteries : 001

Audible Alarm : Power Fail Return Batt Capacity : 000 %
1- Battery

2- Line Transfer

3- Shutdown Parameters

4- General

5- Reset UPS to Defaults
?- Help, - Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
The Voltage transfer levels, UPS sensitivity and other runtime parameters are set in this menu. Start with Battery by entering;
> 1
------- Battery ---------------------------------------------------------------
Battery Date : 10/22/03 Batteries : 001
1- Battery Date : 10/22/03

2- External Batteries: 001

3- Accept Changes :
?- Help, - Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
The Battery date is changed here every time a new set of batteries is placed in the UPS.
ECS back and hit;
> 2
------- Line Transfer ---------------------------------------------------------
High Transfer : 240 VAC Output Voltage : 208 VAC

Low Transfer : 156 VAC Sensitivity : Low


1- High Transfer (V): 240

2- Low Transfer (V): 156

3- Output Voltage (V): 208

4- Sensitivity : Low

5- Accept Changes :
?- Help, - Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
The high and low transfer voltages, output voltage and sensitivity are set here. All of the NETS UPS's have been set to low sensitivity due to the number of times the UPS's were switching to and from battery power. This is because our power source had a large number of fluctuations. Changing the sensitivity reduced the strain on the batteries.
ECS back and hit
> 3
------- Shutdown Parameters ---------------------------------------------------
Shutdown Delay : 020 sec Return Delay : 000 sec

Low-Battery Duration : 010 min Sleep Time : 0.0 hrs

Return Batt Capacity : 000 %
1- Shutdown Delay (s): 020

2- Return Delay (s): 000

3- Low-Battery Duration (m): 10

4- Sleep Time (h): 0.0

5- Return Batt Capacity (%): 00

6- Accept Changes :


?- Help, - Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
Shutdown Delay is how long the UPS waits before it shuts down in response to a turn-off command.
Return Delay is how long the UPS waits before it turns on after a shutdown delay that was caused by a power failure.
Low Battery Duration is how long the UPS can continue to run on battery power after a low-battery condition occurs.
Sleep Time is how long the UPS sleeps when the UPS is put to sleep by either the 'Put UPS To Sleep' or 'Put UPS To Sleep Gracefully' commands.
Return Battery Capacity defines the minimum battery capacity required before the UPS turns on after a shutdown that was caused by a power failure.
ECS back and hit
> 4
------- General ---------------------------------------------------------------
UPS Name : ML 47 Auto Self-Test : Every 14 Days

Audible Alarm : Power Fail Simple Signal Shutdown : Disabled


1- UPS Name : ML 47

2- Self-Test Schedule : 14 Days

3- Audible Alarm : Pwr Fail

4- Simple Signal Shutdowns : Disabled

5- Accept Changes :
?- Help, - Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
The General menu defines the UPS name and Self-Test schedule. The Audible Alarm is set to go off in response to switching to battery operation. Simple Signal Shutdown allows shutdown through PowerChute Network Shutdown.
ECS back and hit
> 5
------- Reset UPS to Defaults -------------------------------------------------
This command will immediately reset UPS eeprom values.
Enter 'YES' to continue or to cancel :
HIT ENTER!!! Do not reset the UPS unless it becomes necessary to re-enter all of the configuration information.
ECS back to the

------- Matrix 5000 -----------------------------------------------------------


Status of UPS : On Line

Last Transfer : Due to software command or UPS's test control.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Input Voltage : 209.4 VAC Operating Frequency : 60.00 Hz

Output Voltage : 203.7 VAC Internal Temperature : 024.3 C

Load Power : 008.3 % Watts Battery Voltage : 55.35 VDC

Load Current : 01.94 Amps Bad Batteries : 000

Max Line Voltage : 209.4 VAC Battery Capacity : 100.0 %

Min Line Voltage : 209.4 VAC Runtime Remaining : 0340 min

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Self-Test Result : Passed Calibration Result : Unknown

Self-Test Date : 11/27/2004 Calibration Date : Unknown


1- Control

2- Diagnostics

3- Configuration

4- Detailed Status

5- About UPS
- Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
Now go the Detailed Status menu.
> 4
------- Detailed Status of Matrix 5000 named ML 47 -------------------------
Communications established.

On Line.
Press to continue...

------- Matrix 5000 -----------------------------------------------------------
Status of UPS : On Line

Last Transfer : Due to software command or UPS's test control.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Input Voltage : 209.4 VAC Operating Frequency : 60.00 Hz

Output Voltage : 203.7 VAC Internal Temperature : 024.3 C

Load Power : 008.3 % Watts Battery Voltage : 55.35 VDC

Load Current : 01.94 Amps Bad Batteries : 000

Max Line Voltage : 209.4 VAC Battery Capacity : 100.0 %

Min Line Voltage : 209.4 VAC Runtime Remaining : 0340 min

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Self-Test Result : Passed Calibration Result : Unknown

Self-Test Date : 11/27/2004 Calibration Date : Unknown


1- Control

2- Diagnostics

3- Configuration

4- Detailed Status

5- About UPS
- Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
Nothing new, just the same status info.
Now try 5
> 5
------- About Matrix 5000 named ML 47 --------------------------------------
Serial Number : 80054550 Firmware Revision : 5ZM

Manufacture Date : 02/19/01


Press to continue...

------- Matrix 5000 -----------------------------------------------------------


Status of UPS : On Line

Last Transfer : Due to software command or UPS's test control.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Input Voltage : 209.4 VAC Operating Frequency : 60.00 Hz

Output Voltage : 203.7 VAC Internal Temperature : 024.3 C

Load Power : 008.3 % Watts Battery Voltage : 55.35 VDC

Load Current : 02.32 Amps Bad Batteries : 000

Max Line Voltage : 209.4 VAC Battery Capacity : 100.0 %

Min Line Voltage : 209.4 VAC Runtime Remaining : 0340 min

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Self-Test Result : Passed Calibration Result : Unknown

Self-Test Date : 11/27/2004 Calibration Date : Unknown


1- Control

2- Diagnostics

3- Configuration

4- Detailed Status

5- About UPS
- Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
Status info plus the Serial Number and Software Revision.

ECS back to


------- Control Console -------------------------------------------------------
1- Device Manager

2- Network

3- System

4- Logout


- Main Menu, - Refresh, - Event Log

Now we will look at the Network Menus and Configuration

> 2
------- Network ---------------------------------------------------------------
1- TCP/IP

2- DNS


3- Ping Utility

4- FTP Server

5- Telnet

6- Web


7- SNMP

8- Email


9- Syslog
- Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
(We will go thru all of these without the requisite ECS to return to the Network Menu)

> 1
------- TCP/IP ----------------------------------------------------------------


Network started. Manual settings are in use.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

System IP : 128.117.2.108 MAC Address : 00 C0 B7 67 79 B6

Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0

Default Gateway : 128.117.2.249
Host Name : ML-47-APC1-UPS

Domain Name : ucar.edu


1- System IP : 128.117.2.108

2- Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0

3- Default Gateway: 128.117.2.249

4- Boot Mode : Manual

5- Advanced...
- Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
Pretty self-explanatory, changes to the System IP Mask and Gateway are made in this menu. The Hostname and Domain name are the UPS's name and domain. Boot Mode is always set to manual. The Advanced menu has a setting for port speed and is set to Auto-negotiate.

The Default gateway addresses are;

ML = 2.249

FL = 3.251

CG = 4.251

DNS MENU
>2


------- DNS -------------------------------------------------------------------
1- Primary DNS Server IP : 128.117.2.249

2- Secondary DNS Server IP: 0.0.0.0

3- Accept Changes :
?- Help, - Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
The DNS Server IP will match the sites Default Gateway.
Ping Utility.
> 3
-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Ping Utility


Ping Address,

= "128.117.2.249":
Reply from 128.117.2.249: time(ms)= <10

Reply from 128.117.2.249: time(ms)= <10

Reply from 128.117.2.249: time(ms)= <10

Reply from 128.117.2.249: time(ms)= <10


FTP Server
> 4
------- FTP Server ------------------------------------------------------------
The result of the last file transfer is : Result not available
1- Access : Enabled

2- Port : 21

3- Accept Changes:
- Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
Telnet Menu
>5
------- Telnet ----------------------------------------------------------------
1- Access : Enabled

2- Port : 23

3- Accept Changes:
?- Help, - Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
Web Menu
> 6
------- Web -------------------------------------------------------------------
1- Access : Enabled

2- Port : 80

3- Accept Changes:
?- Help, - Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
SNMP Menu
> 7
------- SNMP ------------------------------------------------------------------
1- Settings

2- Access Control 1

3- Access Control 2

4- Access Control 3

5- Access Control 4

6- Trap Receiver 1

7- Trap Receiver 2

8- Trap Receiver 3

9- Trap Receiver 4

10- Summary


- Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
(Let’s look at the Summary; changes are easily made by accessing each of the Access Control and Trap Receiver fields.)
> 10

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SNMP Configuration Summary
sysName : ml-47-apc1-ups

sysLocation : ML-47

sysContact : NCAR Operations 497-1200
Access Control Summary

# Community Access NMS IP

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

1 ncarread Read 128.117.2.195

2 nupswrit Write 128.117.10.161

3 ncarread Read 128.117.2.195

4 nupswrit Write 128.117.10.161
Trap Receiver Summary

# Community Generation Authentication Receiver NMS IP

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

1 public Enabled Enabled 128.117.2.195

2 public Enabled Enabled 0.0.0.0

3 public Enabled Enabled 0.0.0.0

4 public Enabled Enabled 0.0.0.0

Press to continue...

------- SNMP ------------------------------------------------------------------
1- Settings

2- Access Control 1

3- Access Control 2

4- Access Control 3

5- Access Control 4

6- Trap Receiver 1

7- Trap Receiver 2

8- Trap Receiver 3

9- Trap Receiver 4

10- Summary


- Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
(Pay Attention we are now on Network Menu #8)
> 8
------- Email -----------------------------------------------------------------
SMTP Settings Summary

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

SMTP Server : smtpserver.mycompany.com

From Address : address@mycompany.com


Email Recipient Summary

# To Address SMTP Server Generation Format

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

1 edsnyder@ucar.edu Local Enabled Long

2 harrisd@ucar.edu Local Enabled Long

3 address@mycompany.com Local Disabled Long

4 address@mycompany.com Local Disabled Long
*Email will not work without DNS.
1- SMTP Settings

2- Email Recipient 1

3- Email Recipient 2

4- Email Recipient 3

5- Email Recipient 4
- Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
(and the last SNMP menu option)
> 9
------- Syslog ----------------------------------------------------------------
Syslog Settings Severity Mapping

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Syslog : Enabled Severe : CRITICAL Info : INFO

Facility : USER Warning : WARNING None : INFO


# Syslog Server IP Port

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

1 128.117.2.200 514

2 0.0.0.0 514

3 0.0.0.0 514

4 0.0.0.0 514


1- Settings

2- Server 1

3- Server 2

4- Server 3

5- Server 4

6- Severity Mapping


- Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
This is being implemented in all the UPS's at the Mesa site. The other sites will be added later.

ECS back to:

------- Control Console -------------------------------------------------------
1- Device Manager

2- Network

3- System

4- Logout


- Main Menu, - Refresh, - Event Log

Time to check out the System Menu.


> 3
------- System ----------------------------------------------------------------
1- User Manager

2- Identification

3- Date/Time

4- Tools


5- Modem

6- About System


- Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
User manager is first.
> 1
------- User Manager ----------------------------------------------------------
1- Administrator

2- Device Manager User

3- Auto Logout : 3 Minutes

4- Authentication Type: Basic

5- Accept Changes :
- Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
Here is where the password can be changed.
> 1

------- Change Administrator Passwords -----------------------------------------

Enter current Administrator password :
But not now, we have ESCed and are back at the User Manager Menu.
> 2

------- Change Device Manager Passwords ----------------------------------------

Enter current Administrator password :
(Leave that for later too)
Now back to System Menu

------- System ----------------------------------------------------------------


1- User Manager

2- Identification

3- Date/Time

4- Tools


5- Modem

6- About System


- Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
The UPS Identification Menu.
> 2
------- Identification --------------------------------------------------------
1- Name : ml-47-apc1-ups

2- Contact : NCAR Operations 497-1200

3- Location : ML-47

4- Accept Changes:


- Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
next we…
> 3
------- Date/Time -------------------------------------------------------------
Date : 12/06/2004 Time : 03:41:22

NTP : Disabled


1- Manual

2- Network Time Protocol (NTP)

3- Update Time Using NTP Now
?- Help, - Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
next we…
> 4
------- Tools -----------------------------------------------------------------
1- Reboot

2- Reset to Defaults

3- Reset to Defaults Except TCP/IP

4- Reset Only TCP/IP to Defaults

5- XMODEM (only available serially)
- Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
again back and …
> 5
<< !!!! NO MODEM WAS FOUND !!!! >>

<< Please visit www.apc.com for purchasing information. >>

------- System ----------------------------------------------------------------


1- User Manager

2- Identification

3- Date/Time

4- Tools


5- Modem

6- About System


- Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
Now list the information in the Systsm Menu.
> 6
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About System


Model Number : AP9617

Serial Number : JA0243028814

Manufacture Date : 10/25/2002

Hardware Revision : A10

MAC Address : 00 C0 B7 67 79 B6

Flash Type : AMD A29DL322DB


Press to continue...
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Module Information


Description : Smart-UPS & Matrix-UPS APP

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Name : sumx Type : StatApp

Version : 111 Sector : 39

Date : 05/24/2002 Time : 13:37:45

CRC16 : 448A


Press to continue...
Description : Network Management Card AOS

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Name : aos Type : APC OS

Version : 110 Sector : 63

Date : 05/20/2002 Time : 14:15:37

CRC16 : D63E


Press to continue...

------- System ----------------------------------------------------------------


1- User Manager

2- Identification

3- Date/Time

4- Tools


5- Modem

6- About System


- Back, - Refresh, - Event Log
Now we are done in this menu let’s ECS back to the

------- Control Console -------------------------------------------------------


1- Device Manager

2- Network

3- System

4- Logout


- Main Menu, - Refresh, - Event Log
Logout
>

4
You are now in passthru mode.

Monitoring the UPS's
All UPS's are monitored by HP Openview, which pings each UPS every 2

minutes. When a UPS fails to respond, OpenView notifies the Network

Operations Center staff, who then contact NETS personnel.
OpenView also receives unsolicited SNMP traps from the UPS's and sends

email messages to the appropriate personnel. As of December 2004,

messages are sent to Ed Snyder and Pete Siemsen. The Openview messages

contain information that will help with the appropriate response.


Each UPS sends an SNMP trap to OpenView whenever it switches from line

power to battery power or back. The UPS itself sends an email message

itself when that happens and will send email when anything is changed in

the configuration of the UPS. These redundant notifications ensure that

someone is informed whenever the UPS's change state.
Messages sent by the UPS include:
Switched to battery backup power.
Returned from battery backup power.
Web user 'ncarups' logged out from 128.117.10.133.
Detected an unauthorized user attempting to access the Web interface

from 128.117.10.133.


Passed internal self-test.
Configuration change. Data log interval.
Battery calibration passed.
Syslog will be enabled on all UPSes when the syslog servers have been

configured. At this time Syslog in only available at the NCAR Mesa



site.

Additional monitoring can be done real-time by logging on to the Network Management Card. This gives real-time status of the UPS and provides a log of past events, data and status. There is a read only option and one that provides the UPS Administrator the opportunity to configure the UPS from the desktop. This can only be done once the UPS has had its TCP/IP setting done with the command line interface.


This is especially useful when there has been an outage that affects several of the UPS's.
To log on to the UPS open a browser window and enter the IP address of the UPS. You will be prompted for it's user name and password. The Administrator password in in the usual place. For read-only the username is read and the location of the UPS. In the case of the test unit in ML-41 the username would be readml-41. The password is readonly. The read only option will work on any unit with a 9617 SNMP card but not on the 9606 cards. The list in appendix A shows which card is in the UPS's.
This will open a window that has all of the necessary information available from UPS Status to the event logs.
STATUS and EVENT LOGS
Any event that causes an SNMP trap or a Management Card abnormal internal system event will be entered into the Event Log. The log is accessed after logging into the Network Management Card and selecting the Event Button on the left side of the page. Events are tagged with the Date and Time with a description of the event.
All events will be listed from the time the log was last cleared, in reverse order. The Delete Log button will clear all events from the log. Deleted events cannot be retreived.
Here are some samples from the Event Log on ML-41.


12/21/2004

13:10:20

System: Web user 'ncarups' logged in from 128.117.10.133.









12/21/2004

13:02:15

UPS: Passed internal self-test.






12/21/2004

13:02:15

UPS: Communications established.






12/21/2004

13:02:01

System: Network service started. System IP is 128.117.2.100 from manually configured settings.






12/21/2004

13:01:54

System: Coldstart.




The Data Log stores information about the UPS including power input, ambient temperature and load. The UPS has been set to sample and record this data every 10 minutes.
Here are some samples from the Data Log on ML-41.


Matrix 5000

Date Time Vmin Vmax Vout Iout %Wout Freq %Cap Vbat TupsF

01/03/2005 14:48:40 237.4 239.3 215.1 2.71 10.3 60.00 100.0 55.35 72.5

01/03/2005 14:38:40 237.4 239.3 215.1 2.71 11.6 60.00 100.0 55.35 72.5

01/03/2005 14:28:40 237.4 239.3 215.1 2.71 10.3 60.00 100.0 55.35 72.5

Vmin minimum input voltage feeding UPS
Vmax maximum input voltage feeding UPS
Vout output voltage from UPS
Iout output current
%Wout percentage of load available
Freq ouotput frequency
%Cap capacity of battery charge
Vbat battery voltage
TupsF internal battery temperature

APPENDIX A

UPS NAME/LOCATION IP SNMP REDTAG
CG1-2036-APC1-UPS 128.117.4.121 9606 RED6561

CG1-3036-APC1-UPS 128.117.4.122 9606 RED6562

CG2-MR-APC1-UPS 128.117.4.118 9617 RED6553

CG3-2050-APC1-UPS 128.117.4.115 9606 RED6818

CG4-1980-APC1-UPS 128.117.4.124 9617 RED6554

FB-12-APC1-UPS 128.117.2.119 9605

FL1-2037A-APC1-UPS 128.117.3.107 9617 RED5963

FL1-2152-APC1-UPS 128.117.3.113 9617 RED5964

FL1-2069-APC1-UPS 128.117.3.103 9617 RED5965

FL2-2104-APC1-UPS 128.117.3.114 9605 RED5966

FL2-3095-APC1-UPS 128.117.3.100 9606 PPE15766

FL3-3068-APC1-UPS 128.117.3.101 9617 RED6517

FL3-3087-APC1-UPS 128.117.3.102 9617 RED6518

FL4-1012-APC1-UPS 128.117.3.106 9617 RED6819

FL4-2060-APC1-UPS 128.117.3.117 9617 RED6519

JEFF-16-APC1-UPS 128.117 NONE RED6820

JEFF-126-APC1-UPS 128.117.84.244 9617 RED6559

ML-062-APC1-UPS 128.117.2.104 9617 RED6531

ML-16C-APC1-UPS 128.117.2.105 9606 RED6532

ML-47-APC1-UPS 128.117.2.108 9606 RED6520

ML-50-APC1-UPS 128.117.2.109 9617 RED6521

ML-243B-APC1-UPS 128.117.2.110 9617 RED6522

ML-312-APC1-UPS 128.117.2.111 9617 RED6817

ML-371-APC1-UPS 128.117.2.112 9606 RED6558





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