[Nut-upsuser] Upsonic IRT1000 on Nut 2.2.1-2.1ubuntu7.2 (Ubuntu Hardy)

Matthew Cengia mattcen at cyber.com.au
Thu Mar 15 00:32:27 UTC 2012

On 2012-03-09 18:23, Arnaud Quette wrote:
> <quote from the "official" DD>
> backporting is not that trivial.
> Even though I made a few conditional stuffs to address this on the
> package side, it also involves mods in upstream (udev rules for
> example) and stiil requires deps adjustments.
> </quote from the "official" DD>
> Eaton is the way to go, also considering Ubuntu 8.04.
> Evolution models should meet all your requirements:
> http://pulsar.eaton.com/Products-services/Backup-Power-UPS/Evolution.aspx

Hi Arnaud,

Thanks for the info. My manager has borrowed an SNMP card for the
Upsonic IRT1000 UPS from the supplier, and I'm currently testing whether
it will do the job rather than having to get an entirely different UPS.

I've installed the NUT SNMP driver (using the IETF MIB), and can get the
following information from the UPS:

  cyber at sbls-understudy:~$ sudo upsc ups01
  battery.charge: 100.0
  battery.current: 0.0
  battery.runtime: 0.0
  battery.runtime.low: 2
  battery.voltage: 29.3
  driver.name: snmp-ups
  driver.parameter.mibs: ietf
  driver.parameter.pollfreq: 15
  driver.parameter.pollinterval: 2
  driver.parameter.snmp_version: v1
  driver.version: 2.2.1-
  driver.version.internal: 0.42 (mib: ietf 1.2)
  input.current: 835406.4
  input.frequency: 49.9
  input.phases: 1.0
  input.voltage: 0.0
  output.current: 0.1
  output.frequency: 49.9
  output.phases: 1.0
  output.realpower: 0.0
  output.voltage: -29733682.0
  ups.firmware: 01
  ups.firmware.aux: 2.45.DP520.WEST
  ups.load: 562020.0
  ups.power: 835406.0
  ups.status: OL
  cyber at sbls-understudy:~$

There are obviously some values that are correct, and others that aren't
(such as the current and voltage readings, indicating that the SNMP card
doesn't quite conform with the IETF MIB. Is it possible to specify my
own MIB to the nut-snmp driver, or do I have to hack ietfmib.h (or
similar) to insert the correct OIDs? I fear the latter will be the
required path but figured I'd ask in case I missed something.

Matthew Cengia
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