[Nut-upsuser] [EXTERNAL] Couple questions about the output of upsc command
David_Zomaya at tripplite.com
Thu Jun 10 04:22:27 BST 2021
What's the load (in watts or percent) and what is the runtime value in minutes? Is the minutes remaining value changing on the UPS LCD or in the WEBCARDLX GUI when on battery?
More generally, if no one else chimes in with an answer, I can set up some tests when I'm in the office to compare.
- David Zomaya
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I have pfsense set up as a master with nut 2.7.4_8, controlling a Tripplite Smartonline SU1500RTXLCD2U with SNMPWEBCARDLX, using the snmp driver.
1. upsc does not return battery.runtime.low or battery.charge.low. Does my UPS simply not support these variables, or could I fix it with a configuration change?
2. battery.runtime does not change with load, either when online or on battery power. Is this supposed to happen? If not, can it be fixed?
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