[Nut-upsdev] [HCL]<Manufacturer>Powercom<Device>all ups<driver>usbhid-ups

Ted Mittelstaedt tedm at mittelstaedt.us
Wed Oct 20 10:46:12 BST 2021

Thanks, Dinow,

I'm not a NUT admin but you posted this to a public mailing list so I'm 
going to just send a response to that list since it's a public posting.

The current documentation you sent is much sparser than the older docs.  
So I think the older docs are going to still be valuable for just that 
reason alone, as an addition to the newer current documentation.  I do 
not know what the admins are going to do but I would hope they merely 
mark the old documents as "Old" and add this to them.

Unlike commercial software, open source software projects usually do not 
have the luxury of removing support for older hardware that is no longer 
in production from the manufacturer.

As a NUT user I cannot thank you enough for supporting open source 
software projects like NUT.


On 10/19/2021 7:28 PM, dinow via Nut-upsdev wrote:
> Good Day NUT administrators
> AA. My name is Dinow and the engineer of *Powercom* corporation
> BB. Could you help us to :
>     B1. *Remove* the current list from Powercom  >> 
> https://networkupstools.org/ups-protocols.html 
> <https://networkupstools.org/ups-protocols.html>:
>   * USB information for BNT series
>   * USB information for IMPERIAL series
>   * USB information for SKP series
>   * USB information for WOW series
>     B2. *Add* a item and its document
>   * USB information for *all* Powercom's UPS
>   * Add attached *PDF* as its document
> CC. Big Thanks for your help
> If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to inform us
> Sincerely yours truly, Oct. 20th
> Dinow Hsieh
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