[Nut-upsuser] input.voltage 100

Josu Lazkano josu.lazkano at gmail.com
Wed Dec 29 04:44:01 GMT 2021

Thanks Jim,

I can not replace the batteries.

I try with the official software and the voltage value is correct:

I am using a docker image, so I can not upgrade the NUT version.

Is there any linux commands I could try to see if something is wrong with

Best regards.

El mar, 21 dic 2021 a las 16:21, Jim Klimov (<jimklimov at gmail.com>)

> Not sure... could it be a sensors or firmware issue with the UPS? Or a
> different tech of battery misinterpreted by the device? (e.g. when one
> replaced a lead-acid battery with LiIon hack).
> Out of interest, is it possible for you to swap those batteries in your
> two UPSes to see if the other one would also claim 100V with the new
> battery?..
> Also, seems you are using a packaged latest (but old) release 2.7.4 of NUT
> - if possible, check whether a local build of master branch from github
> would behave better?
> Jim
> On Fri, Dec 17, 2021, 13:37 Josu Lazkano via Nut-upsuser <
> nut-upsuser at alioth-lists.debian.net> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I have 2 UPS, both are same model: APC Back-UPS XS 950U
>> I change the battery of one UPS, it is working great, but NUT say that
>> has 100v of input voltage:
>> input.voltage: 100.0
>> input.voltage.nominal: 102
>> This is the new battery model: CSB HR 1234W F2
>> This is complete output of the UPS:https://paste.debian.net/1223843/
>> This is the output of the other UPS: https://paste.debian.net/1223844/
>> I am using NUT with a docker container:
>> https://hub.docker.com/r/upshift/nut-upsd
>> Is this a configuration problem? Of course, I have 220v in my house.
>> Kind regards.
>> --
>> Josu Lazkano
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Josu Lazkano
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