[Nut-upsuser] Concept questions: Extra battery packs & additional UPSes...

George Ross gdmr at inf.ed.ac.uk
Mon Aug 2 06:56:02 UTC 2010

> * Is there a way to configure NUT so that it recognizes the huge 
> additional battery pack that has been attached to the 2200XL? The 
> 51minutes runtime is a number consistent with the load we have placed on 
> a stock standalone 2200XL.  With the extra large battery pack we've 
> added, the runtime should be more than 2.5 hours.

You tell the UPS that it has additional battery packs.  There's a
serial-connection command, which is documented somewhere because it worked 
for me years ago when I set up our 3000XL.  Alternatively, if you have a 
SNMP card, I'm fairly sure there's a command in there for adding additional 
battery packs.
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