[Nut-upsdev] Adding PDU support to NUT
linux4michelle at tamay-dogan.net
Sat Jan 10 20:33:07 UTC 2009
Hello Arnaud and *,
What is the actual status of the PDU support?
I have the question, since tthe development is nearly complete and only
the microcontroller missing (I am searching the most suitable one)
Am 2008-10-30 16:38:13, schrieb Arnaud Quette:
> - a new collection ("device") has to be created, to make NUT more generic.
> This would consist of the following generic / common data extracted
> from the ups collection:
> device.type (while keeping ups.status for single / three phase)
> and possibly
I have a request for an additional
> * the outlet collection has to be extended with the following data:
> outlet.n.current: Current (milliamps RMS)
> outlet.n.current.maximum: Maximum seen current (milliamps RMS)
> outlet.n.realpower: Current value of real power (Watts)
> outlet.n.voltage: Voltage (V)
> outlet.n.powerfactor: Power Factor (dimensionless value between
> 0.00 and 1.00)
> outlet.n.power: Apparent power (VA)
Since I have a "24V DC modular ATX PSU" I have the question for the "n"
in the outlet.
The ATX PSU has 5 standard output voltages
+ 5 V
+ 5 Vsb
and someone can add up to 3 additional power modules to extend the PSU
and can have any voltages (even mixed up on a singel module) like
+ 5 V
This mean, I need a hierarchy separator but how to do?
E.g. the standard one could be something like
and for the three slots:
I have prefixed the 3rd hierarchy with "p" for positive voltage and "n"
for the negative voltage.
Also I have the need for a "temperature" sensor per module as shown on
the top of "outlet.0"
And Hell, do you know the price of a "VendorID"?
Wow, you must look yourself on the USB Website... I am ongoing to
manufacturer only arround 1000 devices since the market for solar
powered computers is very limited. But for being rentable (in relation
to the USB-Fees) I have to sell 10.000 or more...
Thanks, Greetings and nice Day/Evening
24V Electronic Engineer
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