[Nut-upsuser] Dynamix UPS-650VA
carlos.efr at mail.telepac.pt
Sun May 4 11:04:17 UTC 2008
On Sat, May 3, 2008 at 10:26 PM, Peter McKenna <peter.mckenna at bitt.co.nz> wrote:
> I've got a UPS branded as a Dynamix UPS-650VA. I used NUT v2.0 with it and tried various drivers the ippon one seemed to work best. Now with 2.2.1 it only works with the megatec driver and while it seems to work well, the status always shows OFF. upsc reports the following.
You should add "ignoreoff" to your "ups.conf".
> battery.charge: 100.0
> battery.voltage: 12.70
> battery.voltage.nominal: 11.5
> driver.name: megatec
> driver.parameter.battvolts: 4:12
> driver.parameter.pollinterval: 2
> driver.parameter.port: /dev/ttyS0
> driver.version: 2.2.1-
> driver.version.internal: 1.5.13
> input.frequency: 50.2
> input.voltage: 234.0
> input.voltage.fault: 165.0
> input.voltage.maximum: 235.0
> input.voltage.minimum: 234.0
> output.voltage: 234.0
> output.voltage.nominal: 240.0
> ups.beeper.status: disabled
> ups.delay.shutdown: 0
> ups.delay.start: 2
> ups.load: 0.0
> ups.mfr: KEBO
> ups.model: UPS-650VA VER7.00
> ups.serial: unknown
> ups.status: OFF
> ups.temperature: 0.0
> Temp reading also doesn't work and beep status just says disabled. Other readings seem plausible.
Did temperature reading work before? The driver shows this reading
directly from the UPS, unless it is non numerical, in which case it
just reads as 0.0.
As for the beeper, does the UPS beep when you unplug it from the wall?
If it does, that particular UPS might have the beeper flag inverted or
totally bogus. Toggle the beeper using the instant command (check the
manpage) and see if the UPS still beeps when you unplug it from the
wall. If there is something wrong with the beeper status, there's
really nothing that can be done, other than adding another flag to
ignore the beeper altogether.
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