[Nut-upsdev] Exide NetUPS SE (aka Powerware 5119 etc)
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Wed Jan 7 20:45:09 UTC 2009
2009/1/7 Kjell Claesson <kjell.claesson at epost.tidanet.se>
> Den Sunday 04 January 2009 13.50.03 skrev Arnaud Quette:
> I answer this to,
> > Hi Johan,
> > this wasn't that urgent! compatibility info have still ~ 2 weeks to enter
> > the tree!
> > so take your time, and don't go awaking your son ;-)
> > 2009/1/2 Johan Adler <johan.adler at gmail.com>
> > > OK. "upsc <upsname>" while online, unplugged, and replugged:
> > >
> > > jadler at oldell:/var/lib/tftpboot$ upsc netups
> > > battery.capacity.nominal: 17.00
> > > battery.charge: 67.1
> > I'm curious. Is it really that accurate?
> Yes and no, I think that the measurement is not so accurate but the
> protocol state that all measurements is delivered with 2 decimals from
> the ups unit.
ok, just wanted to be sure.
> The upscode2 driver is following what it say in the doc. But not all
> functions is implemented like the loadsegment.
due to missing time or missing info?
in the latter case, I now have it and I just got the final validation for
in the former case, I sadly can't do much.
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