[Nut-upsuser] HP/Compaq T700H UPS cable pinout

Arjen de Korte nut+users at de-korte.org
Tue Jan 13 22:27:02 UTC 2009

Citeren Mathew McBride <matt at mcbridematt.dhs.org>:

> I'm using bcmxcp for this particular (XR series) model.
> Here is a typical upsc list:
> ambient.temperature: 42
> battery.charge: 95
> battery.runtime: 9000
> battery.voltage: 26.13

It would be nice if the driver would also report  
'battery.voltage.nominal', so that clients don't have to guess it. We  
need this for instance when drawing bar graphs in the CGI programs.

> driver.name: bcmxcp
> driver.parameter.pollinterval: 2
> driver.parameter.port: /dev/ttyS1
> driver.version: 2.4.0-pre1
> driver.version.internal: 0.18
> input.frequency: 50.34
> input.voltage: 245

Same here.

> output.current:  0.7
> output.frequency: 50.34
> output.phases: 1
> output.voltage: 217
> output.voltage.nominal: 230
> ups.firmware: Inve:04.01
> ups.load:   0.6

This probably needs to be multiplied by 100. Note that this value is  
reported in percentage, not a factor. Either this, or the load can't  
be right.

> ups.model: T700h INT'L         700VA
> ups.power.nominal: 700
> ups.serial: UU064A0283
> ups.status: TRIM

Although the OL status is implied when the UPS is in TRIM state, it  
would be nice if the driver would report this too. Not all clients  
will pick this up, if they want to know if the UPS is running on mains  
or on battery (would require checking for OL|TRIM|BOOST). It helps to  
be verbose here and add the OL status too.

Best regards, Arjen
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