[Nut-upsdev] Re: RE Network UPS Compatibility Report (Belkin F6H350deUNV)

Arnaud Quette aquette.dev at gmail.com
Mon Apr 23 09:24:21 UTC 2007

Hi Carlos,

2007/4/21, Carlos Rodrigues <carlos.efr at mail.telepac.pt>:
> On 4/17/07, Arnaud QUETTE <Arnaud.QUETTE at mgeups.com> wrote:
> > Hello Fabian,
> >
> > > I got my UPS (Belkin F6H350deUNV) to work with the "megatec" driver.
> > > Obviously the de/uk part in the name of these products are
> > > localizations of some sort. So the F6H 350/500/750 UNV Home Office
> > > products should all work with that driver.
> [snip]
> > thanks for your report. I know Carlos (the megatec developer) will be glad
> > since
> > he has put much effort in that driver. Btw, have you also tested the OB
> > and shutdown
> > (along with commands and variables setting) features?
> If the driver detects the UPS and reports correct values, then this
> should work too. But it would be nice to have confirmation though.
> > Carlos: can you take care of completing the drivers.list information?
> > Maybe a more generic label can be found to deal with the uk/de things
> > (like "xx")...
> I've added this model to my local copy of "driver.list", but I don't
> know how I should include that extra information... I think there
> should be an extra field in "driver.list" to write short comments.
> This would be the right field to specify stuff like "Models XXX, YYY,
> ZZZ are know to be identical to this UPS, but haven't been tested."

That shouldn't be needed since we already provide a <model extra> field.
So something like that should do the job:

"Belkin"        "Universal UPS F6H350xxUNV"     "F6H500deUNV,
F6H500ukUNV"      "megatec"

> > btw, I find the ups.model data a bit strange...
> I chose to fill that field with "$MODEL $VERSION" as reported by the
> UPS, so the value is ok.

ok, just wanted to be sure

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