[Nut-upsuser] Model list missing my UPS, here is info for inclusion on the list

Arnaud Quette aquette.dev at gmail.com
Wed Oct 13 20:32:00 UTC 2010

2010/10/6 Arjen de Korte

> Citeren Arnaud Quette
>  battery.charge: 71
> What does the above read after 24 hours charging? Is it still below 100%?

@Niels: can you please post an upsc output again.

>  output.voltage: 9812.0
> This can't be right... :-)

ooch, how did I miss that. thanks Arjen!

> @Niels: can you post the first 20 seconds worth of output from
>    /path/to/usbhid-ups -DDD -a PingvinUPS
> Please gzip the results (to save bandwidth) and post as an attachment (to
> preserve formatting) here. Chances are that we need some special formatting
> for this device in order to get meaningful values for the above two values.
> @Arnaud: can you confirm this is an issue with the Eaton 5130 RT 3000 UPS?

until now, I've not been able to find a such unit.
so I can't conclude anything, but I saw that Niels posted an output...

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