PowerChain Management solutions
Eaton ConnectUPS Web/SNMP
Product Snapshot
ConnectUPS-E
ConnectUPS-X
ConnectUPS-BD
Type: Ethernet, Internet connectivity device
Installation:
Hot-plug
Web Browser support: Internet Explorer
Software support:
LanSafe® software, NetWatch, PowerVision® software, eNotify
Additional features:
RoHS
Three-port switching hub (ConnectUPS-X) & optional environmental monitoring
COMPLIANT
ConnectUPS-MS
Features
• Supports real-time monitoring and control of UPSs
across the network
• Enables monitoring and control via Web browsers,
SNMP-compliant network management systems or
power management software
• Delivers alarm notifications through e-mail, to mobile
phones, pagers or SNMP traps
• Enables rapid identification and analysis of critical power conditions
• Logs and graphs detailed historical data to analyze
trends
• Uses standard communication protocols on 10 Mb and 100 Mb Ethernet networks
• Performs as a switching hub for three 10/100 Mbps connections (ConnectUPS-X)
• Enables orderly shutdown and restart of remote UPSs
• Supports optional Eaton® Environmental Monitoring
Probe (EMP) for temperature, humidity and other contact sensor monitoring, management
• User Interface support for local languages (English,
Chinese, Spanish, French, German, Italian)
• Operates with optional Eaton probe to monitor environmental conditions at remote sites
• Supports in-service installation and upgrades without interrupting critical loads (most models)
• Complies with the Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS) by EU
With the growth in distributed
computing, computing and
communication resources
reside in multiple remote
locations—and so do the uninterruptible power systems
(UPSs) that protect them. Eaton
ConnectUPS Web/SNMP cards
enable you to monitor and control remote UPSs from Web
browsers or industry-standard
network management systems.
A complete family addresses
a broad range of Eaton UPS
models, installation options
(internal, external), communications (Web, SNMP or both), and
network rates (10 Mbps, 100
Mbps, or both):
•C
onnectUPS-MS con­nects to
the Mini-Slot and BestDock
slot on an Eaton UPS; these
cards support real-time Web
and SNMP communication
over 10/100BaseT Ethernet
connections
•C
onnectUPS-X connects to
the X-Slot® on an Eaton UPS;
these cards support real-time
Web and SNMP communication over 10/100BaseT
Ethernet connections and
serve as a power-protected
switching hub to support
three additional 10/100BaseT
links
• ConnectUPS-BD supports
Eaton UPSs that feature
BestDock ports, and provides
real-time, Web-based and
SNMP-based monitoring and
control over 10/100BaseT
Ethernet connections
• ConnectUPS-E provides
equivalent real-time capabilities in an external device,
specifically designed for
legacy Powerware® 9150
and 9305 UPSs
• ConnectUPS BestLink is an
external module specifically
designed for monitoring and
controlling Eaton FERRUPS®
UPSs
Real-time monitoring
Visibility via the Web
Gain up-to-the-minute assurance that computing and
communication systems are
receiving the continuous, clean
power they demand. Through
easily navigable Web pages,
network administrators can
check system status and view
critical meter information, such
as input and output voltage,
UPS load, battery voltage and
condition, at any time.
ConnectUPS-MS,
ConnectUPS-X, ConnectUPSBD, ConnectUPS-E and
BestLink options support
standard Web browsers,
such as Internet Explorer or
Netscape. Displays also have
been designed for simplified
viewing using mobile phone or
PDA (personal digital assistant)
browsers—enabling systems
managers to stay informed
even when away from their
mission-critical workstations
and servers.
Simply point your Web browser to
the IP address of the ConnectUPS
Web/SNMP card for a display of
current status. You can access this
information from a PC, Internetready wireless device or SNMP
management software.
Full support for UPS MIB
and beyond
You can use an industrystandard network management
system (NMS)—such as HP
OpenView, IBM Director, Tivoli
or CiscoWorks 2000—to monitor power conditions across
the enterprise and to manage
remote UPS systems and the
operating systems they protect.
For monitoring and managing
remote UPSs through an NMS,
ConnectUPS options support
not only the standard UPS
MIB (management information base) SNMP structure, but
also Eaton extensions to that
MIB structure, which enable
advanced functions that are
not addressed in the RFC-1628
standard.
Rapid notification via e-mail speeds corrective action.
EATON CORPORATION
ConnectUPS Web/SNMP
ConnectUPS options send realtime alert notifications to four
designated recipients via e-mail,
PCS mobile phone or pager,
and via SNMP traps to an NMS
or network messaging to Eaton
NetWatch software. Each recipient has the option of receiving
real-time event messages, daily
status reports based on criticality, containing data and event
log files, or a combination of
routine reports and event notifications.
Integration with standard
SNMP management software
View critical power parameters over the
Web from your PC, mobile phone or PDA.
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Automatic notification of
alarm conditions
Remote administration
of UPSs
From a Web browser or NMS,
which may be hundreds or
thousands of miles away, a
system administrator can shut
down or reboot a remote UPS,
perform remote UPS battery
tests, and set up scheduled
shutdowns of UPSs and associated servers. The ability to
shut down or restart systems
without a site visit dramatically
reduces field service expense
and response time. Scheduled
shutdowns can be devised
to conserve power or tighten
security during specific time
periods, such as evenings or
weekends.
Orderly shutdown
of remote operating systems
Track and record detailed
historical data
Monitoring remote
environmental conditions
When alarm conditions persist
for a specified period, from 1–
600 seconds, the ConnectUPS
initiates orderly shutdown of
affected equipment. Using
NetWatch software (which
is included with ConnectUPS
products and loaded on the protected computers), up to 255
Windows, Novell, Macintosh,
and UNIX/Linux computers can
be gracefully shut down without operator intervention. This
capability ensures data integrity
during a power outage that
exceeds UPS backup time.
ConnectUPS-MS,
ConnectUPS-X, ConnectUPSBD, BestLink and ConnectUPSE modules have built-in data
and event logs that track and
record specific power-related
occurrences over time, at userdefined increments as fine as
one-minute intervals.
ConnectUPS modules operates
with the Eaton Environmental
Monitoring Probe (EMP) to
remotely monitor the ambient
temperature and humidity of
the remote environment, as
well as the status of two additional contact devices, such as
a smoke detector or open-door
sensor. This information can be
used to trigger alarm notifications and automated shutdown.
The system manager automatically receives warning
messages when (A) the UPS
has shifted to battery power,
(B) battery power is getting
low or (C) orderly shut-down
procedures are being initiated.
You define exactly how to manage this shutdown—such as
how long after going to battery
power to begin shutdown, and
how to stage the shutdown of
servers by importance.
If the UPS supports individual control of load segments (groups of outlets), the
ConnectUPS detects these load
segments and provides the
appropriate level of service to
each, as configured by the
system administrator.
Graph historical trends for
rapid analysis
A JAVA applet on these four
ConnectUPS options graphs
data and event log values over
time, making it easy to analyze
chronic power problems and
identify trends and cause-andeffect relationships. Zoom and
data masking functions pinpoint
specific anomalies for further
investigation. Text-based event
logs contain easy-to-understand
event descriptions with corresponding date and time stamp.
Integrated switching
hub capability
In-service installation
and upgrades
ConnectUPS modules can be
installed without interrupting
critical loads, and can be easily
updated over network connections. A simple network-based
utility is used to discover and
update multiple ConnectUPS
modules on the network.
For detail about features by
model—and which ConnectUPS
models are right for your Eaton
UPSs—refer to the chart on the
next page.
The ConnectUPS-X module
serves double duty as a switching hub for three additional
power-protected 10/100BaseT
Ethernet connections, thereby
eliminating the expense of buying a separate switching hub
and a UPS to protect it.
Eaton NetWatch Client 5.0 has tested compatible
with Cisco Unified Communications Manager 4.3.
Go to www.eaton.com/PQ/cisco for disclaimer.
www.eaton.com/powerquality 1.800.356.5794
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Technical Specifications1
MODEL
CONNECTUPS-MS
CONNECTUPS-X
Description
CONNECTUPS-BD
Protocol Support
BESTLINK
HTTP, SNMP, TFTP, Telnet, BootP, DHCP, WAP, ARP, RARP
UPS Slot Type
Mini-Slot
X-Slot
BestDock
Network Support
External
External
Ethernet 10/100BaseT
Switching Hub
No
Yes (three 10/100BaseT
Connections)
No
Temp & Humidity
Monitoring
No
Yes
UPS Compatibility
Software Support
CONNECTUPS-E
Card providing remote monitoring and control of Eaton UPSs
see chart below
NetWatch, Intelligent Power Manager, LanSafe, PowerVision, MultiView,
any SNMP compliant Network Management System (NMS)
NetWatch, Intelligent Power®
Manager, PowerVision, MultiView,
any SNMP compliant Network
Management System (NMS)
Supported MIB
Eaton MIB
UPS standard MIB RFC-1628, Eaton MIB, MIB II
O/S Supported for
Shutdown
Local Language Support
BestLink MIB
Microsoft Windows, UNIX, Linux, NetWare, Macintosh and SuSE
(check www.eaton.com/powerquality for a detailed list of systems supported)
English, French German,
Spanish, Italian
English, Chinese, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, other
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
0 to 40º C
90% RH max
10–80%, non-condensing
Power Input
9 Vdc unregulated
Power Consumption
Dimensions (H x W x
D, in):
(H x W x D, mm)
No
12 V unregulated
3.5 watts
5.2 x 2.6 x 1.7
132 x 66 x 42
4.7 x 4.5 x 1.5
120 x 114 x 39
Weight (oz)
2.5
6
Regulatory
FCC Class A
5.3 x 3.2 x 1.3
134 x 81 x 33
5.3 x 3.4 x 1.1
134 x 86 x 27
4
6
FCC Class B
FCC Class A
1. Due to continuing product improvement programs, all specifications are subject to change without notice.
ConnectUPS/Eaton UPS Compatibility
Model
Part Number
Eaton UPS
103006826
5130, 9130, 9135, 9170+ and legacy 9120
Yes
116750221-001
5115 RM, 5125, 9390 and legacy 9125, 9320, 9330, 9335 and 9340
via Expansion Chassis: 9170+ and legacy 9120 and 9315
Yes
ConnectUPS-BD
116750222-001
9130, 9170+ and legacy 9120
Yes
ConnectUPS-E
116750222-001
legacy 9150 and 9305
Yes
IPK-0318
FERRUPS
ConnectUPS-MS
ConnectUPS-X
BestLink Web/SNMP
Environmental Monitoring Probe
RoHS
COMPLIANT
RoHS and WEEE regulate the use and
disposal of certain harmful substances.
Eaton has voluntarily complied with all
RoHS and WEEE standards.
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India: 91.11.4223.2300
Singapore/SEA: 65.6825.1668
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SFT23FXA
June 2009