[Nut-upsuser] Problem with GeekSquad GS-1500 (Cyberpower 1500
cybernet_ at hotmail.com
Sat Apr 14 00:32:12 UTC 2007
I found out that my UPS used over a serial cable is a "dumb" UPS (contact
I got it working with the genericups driver with type=7 (cyberpower power99)
From: Doug Reynolds [mailto:mav at wastegate.net]
Sent: 13 avril 2007 07:08
To: cybernet_ --
Cc: nut-upsuser at lists.alioth.debian.org
Subject: Re: [Nut-upsuser] Problem with GeekSquad GS-1500 (Cyberpower 1500
cybernet_ -- wrote:
> I've installed Nut 2.0.5 on a RedHat 9 box.
> I have a GeekSquad 1500 UPS. (GeekSquad is a BestBuy brand) I've found
> out that
> it's actually a CyberPower 1500 AVR LCD.
> I'm using it with the serial cable.
> I'm unable to get it working with any of the drivers provided with NUT.
> I've tried cpsups, cyberpower and powerpanel.
> here's the output of the different drivers
It doesn't look like it uses the same powerpanel protocol as the older
cyberpower system. I believe one gentleman used the newhidups (now named
hiddev in the trunk, I believe) driver in 2.0.5 to get his working on the
If you are able to capture the serial port communications from your ups
than likely we could add your protocol to the powerpanel driver.
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