[Nut-upsuser] Tripplite OMNIVIS1500XL Connection Refused

Dave Wortman davidbwortman at gmail.com
Wed May 13 14:25:29 UTC 2009

I think what you are seeing is an consequence of the fact (as I now
understand it) that the good folks who wrote
tripplite_usb  had to make it up as they went along.  They didn't have
technical specifications from Tripplite
so they had to cleverly interpret (aka guess) at the correct output;

If I'd known how poorly Tripplite supports the nut project I would not have
bought a Tripplite UPS.
I won't buy another one.

Here is my upsc output

battery.charge: 100
> battery.voltage: 14.50
> battery.voltage.nominal: 24
> driver.name: tripplite_usb
> driver.parameter.pollinterval: 2
> driver.parameter.port: auto
> driver.version: 2.4.1
> driver.version.internal: 0.20
> input.voltage: 108.87
> input.voltage.nominal: 120
> output.voltage: 114.0
> ups.debug.load_banks: 0
> ups.debug.V: 31 30 34 30 58 58 0d '1040XX.'
> ups.delay.shutdown: 64
> ups.firmware: F2211.A
> ups.firmware.aux: protocol 2001
> ups.mfr: Tripp Lite
> ups.model: UPS
> ups.power.nominal: 1500
> ups.productid: 0001
> ups.status: OL
> ups.vendorid: 09ae
> On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 9:57 PM, Leslie Rhorer <lrhorer at satx.rr.com>wrote:

>        I noticed this subject line, and I wanted to confirm what model UPS
> you have.  I am not familiar with one called "OMNIVIS1500XL".  Is it
> possible you have an OmniSV 1500XL?  If so, perhaps you could help me to
> answer a couple of questions I have.  Would you mind posting the results of
> your uspc command?  Below are my results.  As you can see, this UPS is
> reporting very low voltages, both AC and DC for the UPS, yet I know for a
> fact the voltages are good.  Otherwise, everything else seems to be
> functioning.
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