[Nut-upsuser] [HCL] Cyber Power Systems CP1500AVRLCDa supported by usbhid-ups
clepple at gmail.com
Mon Jun 5 23:41:07 UTC 2017
On Jun 5, 2017, at 11:21 AM, Mike <the.lists at mgm51.com> wrote:
> Result of the command, where "n" is incremented in a loop:
> # usbconfig -u 1 -a 2 dump_string n
> STRING_0x00 = 0x04, 0x03, 0x09, 0x04
> STRING_0x01 = <CP1500AVRLCDa>
> STRING_0x02 = <CTHGN200xxxx>
> STRING_0x03 = <CPS>
> STRING_0x04 = <PbAcid>
> STRING_0x05 = <BF01512BA31>
> STRING_0x06 = <read error>
> STRING_0x07 = <read error>
> STRING_0x08 = <read error>
> STRING_0x09 = <read error>
> STRING_0x0a = <read error>
> I wasn't sure how high I should go with "n," so I stopped at 10.
> Is that what you were looking for?
That's what I was thinking. Usually the strings are stored in a contiguous array, so I doubt there are any higher than 5.
Looks like it is UPS.PowerSummary.ff0100d0, whatever that is... (0xFF00 is the start of vendor-specific IDs) Does the BF... string match anything on the label?
Good to hear that the BOOST bit shows up.
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