[Nut-upsuser] ULTRA 2000 ULT33046 configuration
john at swajime.com
Mon Nov 23 19:22:24 UTC 2009
On Fri, 2009-11-20 at 18:49 -0500, Charles Lepple wrote:
> On Nov 20, 2009, at 2:49 PM, Arjen de Korte wrote:
> > Citeren JW Simpson <john at swajime.com>:
> >> # # lsusb -vd 0d9f:0002|sed -ne '/^\w/p;/\bi/p'
> >> # Bus 002 Device 002: ID 0d9f:0002 Powercom Co., Ltd
> >> # Device Descriptor:
> >> # idVendor 0x0d9f Powercom Co., Ltd
> >> # idProduct 0x0002
> >> # iManufacturer 1 POWERCOM CO., LTD.
> >> # iProduct 2 USB to Serial
> >> # iSerial 0
> >> # iConfiguration 4 Sample HID
> >> # iInterface 0
> >> # Device Status: 0x0000
> >> # compatibility:
> >> http://www.networkupstools.org/compat/stable.html
> > This device should be supported by the 'powercom' driver (see 'man 8
> > powercom' for options that may need to be provided in 'ups.conf'),
> > provided cypress_m8 in your kernel is recent enough to recognize the
> > build in USB to serial converter. If it is, you should point the
> > 'port' to the /dev/ttyUSBx port that is created when the device is
> > plugged in.
> So is the long /dev/serial/by-id path a symlink to /dev/ttyUSB0?
> If that is the case, then it sounds like you're on the right track,
> and you only need to adjust the driver to the one that Arjen suggested.
I did that, and I *seem* to have an operational driver. See
http://lists.alioth.debian.org/pipermail/nut-upsuser/2009-November/005653.html for a log of my efforts.
> Do you know roughly when this unit was manufactured? (Based on the
> HCL, I would have guessed megatec as well, but the "ULT" entry there
> might only be for older units.)
I couldn't find any information about the date it was manufactured. I'm
not sure where to look to find this information.
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