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IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack Uninterruptible Power
Supply for IBM System x
IBM System x at-a-glance guide
The IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack uninterruptible power supply (UPS) delivers 2700 watts of power in only
3U of rack space, providing smart energy management and the highest level of power protection that
today's IT infrastructures require. With an efficiency rating of 95% or greater, the UPS helps reduce
energy usage and cooling costs, improves energy management, and optimizes workload performance
and availability for IBM System x and BladeCenter server applications. This high-density UPS packs
more real power (watts) into a space-saving 3U of rack space to protect more equipment and leaves room
for expanding IT systems. The IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack UPS is shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1. IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack UPS for IBM System x
Did You Know?
The IBM 3000VA UPS has a bright, easily customizable, and graphical LCD display that lets you
configure the device and displays important UPS status information in one of nine languages (English,
French, German, Spanish, Russian, Korean, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese).
The UPS is exceptionally easy to manage and an ideal solution for standardization across the global
enterprise.
This UPS enhances system availability with Advanced Battery Management (ABM) technology, which
significantly extends battery service life, allows individual control of receptacle groups to maximize run
time for critical devices in the event of a prolonged power outage, and provides a real-time clock that
enables precise shutdown and power up of systems in a preferred sequence, and records specific
power-related occurrences for more accurate trending and data analyses.
The IBM 3000VA UPS integrates with IBM Systems Director Active Energy Manager to help improve
energy management..
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About uninterruptible power supplies
An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is a device that acts as a defensive barrier between electronic
equipment and incoming power problems. It conditions, regulates, and filters out power disturbances to
ensure a clean power source for IT equipment. A UPS also provides battery backup in the event of a
power failure.
In today’s high availability server environments, unplanned power outages or line quality irregularities can
have a considerable financial impact on all sized businesses. The typical utility power is 99.9% available,
but that means that there can be almost 9 hours of downtime a year, not to mention brown-outs and other
power quality problems.
Selecting the right IBM UPS can help protect against these potentially costly incidents.
Part number information
Table 1 shows the orderable part numbers and feature codes for the IBM 3000VA UPS.
Table 1. Ordering part numbers and feature codes
Description
Part number
Feature code
IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack UPS (100V/120V)
5395-3AX
5395-RU3 (FC 6657)
IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack UPS (200V/208V)
5395-3JX
5395-RU3 (FC 6658)
IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack UPS (230V)
5395-3KX
5395-RU3 (FC 6659)
IBM 3000VA UPS 3U Extended Battery Module (EBM)
69Y1982
5395-RU3 (FC 5733)
IBM LCD UPS Network Management Card (optional)
46M4110
6145
IBM LCD UPS Environmental Monitoring Probe (optional)
46M4113
6146
The UPS models designated by part numbers 5395-3AX, 5395-3JX, and 5395-3KX include the following
items:
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An accessory kit, containing the following items:
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Front bezel
Rack mount kit with rails and hardware, including 4-post rail kit
Serial cable (3.7 m, 12 ft)
USB cable
Remote emergency power-off (REPO) connector
A documentation kit, containing the following items:
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Warranty flyer and Important Notices Manual
Documentation CD
Software CD, which contains IBM UPS Manager power management software
The following line cords are included with each model, but other customer ordered line cords can be used:
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100V/120V model (5395-3AX): NEMA L5-30P 2.0 m (fixed, cannot be detached)
200V/208V model (5395-3JX): IEC 320 C19 to NEMA L6-20P, 4.3 m and IEC 320 C19 to LP-3, 4.3 m
(Taiwan).
230V model: None; must be ordered separately. See Table 2 for available options.
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Table 2. High voltage line cords
4.3 m line cords
Part number
C19 4.3 meter Line Cord - Europe
40K9766
C19 4.3 meter Line Cord - UK
40K9767
C19 4.3 meter Line Cord - Italy
40K9768
C19 4.3 meter Line Cord - Dmk/Swiss
40K9769
C19 4.3 meter Line Cord - S Africa
40K9770
C19 4.3 meter Line Cord - Israel
40K9771
C19 4.3 meter Line Cord - NEMA L6-20p
40K9772
C19 4.3 meter Line Cord - Australia/NZ
40K9773
C19 4.3 meter Line Cord - China
40K9774
C19 4.3 meter Line Cord – India
40K9776
C19 4.3 meter Line Cord – Argentina
40K9777
Taiwan 15A / 125V C19 / CNS 10917 4.3m
59Y2746
Taiwan 15A / 250V C19 / CNS 10917 4.3m
59Y2747
Korea 16A / 250V C19 / KSC 8305 4.3m
59Y2749
Brazil 16A/250V C19 to NBR 14136 4.3m
69Y1989
Switzerland 16A / 250V C19/SEV 1011 T23 4.3m
81Y2391
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Features
The IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack UPS includes the following features and capabilities:
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Occupies only 3U of vertical rack space.
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Energy efficient at over 95% at 100% load.
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Offers six, seven, or 10 receptacles depending on the model:
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Model 5395-3AX (100V/120V) has one NEMA L5-20R, two NEMA 5-20R, three IEC 320 C19, and
two IEC 320 C13 receptacles.
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Model 5395-3JX (200V/208V) has two NEMA L6-20R, two IEC 320 C19, and two IEC 320 C13
receptacles.
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Model 5395-3KX (230V) has eight IEC C 320 C13 and two IEC 320 C19 receptacles.
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Includes intelligent IBM UPS Manager software that enhances control and manageability.
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Compliant with IPv6 for future proofing IP addressing and security.
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Includes a real-time clock that enables precise shutdown and power up of systems in preferred
sequence and time stamping on event logs to track and record specific power-related occurrences.
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Integrates with IBM Systems Director Active Energy Manager for power and thermal trending analysis
and management.
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Offers load segments allow for individual control of receptacle groups, maximizing run time for critical
devices.
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Supports an optional network management card (part number 46M4140) for enhanced UPS
monitoring and control.
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Allows dual channel communication through the USB port and optional Network Management Card at
the same time, which is an effective redundancy feature that maximizes communications flexibility.
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Supports an optional Extended Battery Module (EBM) for increased runtime requirements.
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Includes a Remote Emergency Power Off (REPO) port to remotely power off the UPS unit to prevent
battery operation during a power failure.
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Requires a 20A (110V/120V model) or 10A (230V model) single-phase circuit.
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Includes hot swap batteries for maximum uptime, availability, and ease of maintenance.
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Supports an optional Environmental Monitoring Probe (part number 46M4113) for thermal
management requirements (temperature and humidity), which requires that the Network Management
Card be installed.
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Uses Advanced Battery Management (ABM) three-stage charging technology significantly extends
battery service life and optimizes recharge time. The three stages are:
1. The battery is quickly charged to 90% to make sure the UPS is prepared for the next outage.
2. ABM finishes charging the battery with a more moderate float charge.
3. Once the battery is charged, ABM turns the charger off, preventing the batteries from being
overcharged.
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Specifications
Table 3 lists the specifications for the three 3000VA UPS models.
Table 3. Specifications (Part 1 of 2)
Specification
IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack
UPS (100V/120V)
UPS (200V/208V)
UPS (230V)
IBM part number
5395-3AX
5395-3JX
5395-3KX
VA/Watts rating
2880 VA / 2700W (120V)
2300 VA / 2300W (100V)
3000 VA / 2700W
3000 VA / 2700W
Nominal output voltage
(Vac)
100/120V AC
208V AC
230V AC
Load groups
Two
Two
Two
Output connections
One NEMA L5-20R
Two NEMA 5-20R
Two IEC 320 C19
Two IEC 320 C13
Two NEMA L6-20R
Two IEC 320 C19
Two IEC 320 C13
Two IEC 320 C19
Eight IEC 320 C13
Nominal output voltage
regulation
92-108V (100V)
106-132V (120V)
184-228V (208V)
208-253V (230V)
Nominal input voltage
(auto sensing at first
power-up)
100/120V
208V
230V
Input frequency (auto
sensing)
50/60 Hz +/- 3 Hz
50/60 Hz +/- 3 Hz
50/60 Hz +/- 3 Hz
Input connection Type
NEMA L5-30P (fixed line
cord)
IEC 320-C20
IEC 320-C20
Included line (input) cords
NEMA L5-30P 2.0 m (fixed) (1) IEC 320 C19 to NEMA
L6-20P 4.3 m
(2) IEC 320 C19 to LP-3
4.3 m (Taiwan)
Optional country specific
line cords (See Table 2)
Input voltage range, mains
operations
84-121V for 100V
97-145V for 120V
155-255V for 208V
160V-286V for 230V
Typical backup times
See Table 4
See Table 5
See Table 6
Battery type
Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) – maintenance-free, sealed, leak-proof
Optional External Battery
Pack
Yes, 69Y1982
Typical recharge time
4 hours to 90% charge from a UPS/battery discharge of 50% rated load
Input
Batteries
Yes, 69Y1982
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Table 3. Specifications (Part 2 of 2)
Specification
IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack
UPS (100V/120V)
IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack
UPS (200V/208V)
IBM 3000VA LCD 3U
Rack UPS (230V)
Communications and management
USB port
Yes
Yes
RS-232 serial port
Yes
Yes
Ethernet port
Optional using Network Management Card, 46M4110
Environmental Monitoring
Probe
Optional Environmental Monitoring Probe, 46M4113
Surge Protection and Filtering
Surge energy rating
1200 Joules
2400 Joules
2400 Joules
Filtering
ANSI/IEEE C62.41; 1991 CATEGORYB3 (SURGE)
Battery run times and recharge times
The following tables list the expected period that the UPS will operate solely on batteries. Table 4 is for
the 100V/120V model, Table 5 is for the 200/208V model, and Table 6 is for the 230V model.
Table 4. IBM 3000VA UPS (100V/120V) runtime chart
Load
Run time on batteries
Percent Load
VA
Watts
Run time with standard internal
battery only
Run time with internal battery plus
External Battery Module (EBM)
25%
720
678
42 minutes
156 minutes
50%
1440
1350
16 minutes
62 minutes
75%
2160
2060
10 minutes
42 minutes
100%
2880
2700
7 minutes
27 minutes
Table 5. IBM 3000VA UPS (200V/208V) runtime chart
Load
Run time on batteries
Percent Load
VA
Watts
Run time with standard internal
battery only
Run time with internal battery plus
External Battery Module (EBM)
25%
710
660
41 minutes
153 minutes
50%
1420
1340
17 minutes
68 minutes
75%
2140
2040
10 minutes
43 minutes
100%
2810
2660
6 minutes
29 minutes
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Table 6. IBM 3000VA UPS (230V) runtime chart
Load
Run time on batteries
Percent Load
VA
Watts
Run time with standard internal
battery only
Run time with internal battery plus
External Battery Module (EBM)
25%
710
670
41 minutes
156 minutes
50%
1450
1350
17 minutes
81 minutes
75%
2160
2020
10 minutes
41 minutes
100%
2880
2680
7 minutes
27 minutes
Note: Battery backup times are approximate and may vary with equipment, configuration, battery age,
and temperature.
Physical specifications
Here are the physical specifications of the 3U uninterruptible power supply:
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Height: 127 mm (5.0 in)
Width: 438 mm (17.2 in)
Depth: 527 mm (20.8 in)
Weight: 53953AX - 38.5 kg (84.8 lb) / 53953JX - 39.2 kg (86.4 lb) / 53953KX - 40.9 kg (90.1 lb)
Here are the physical specifications of the 3U Extended Battery Module:
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Height: 127 mm (5.0 in)
Width: 438 mm (17.2 in)
Depth: 527 mm (20.8 in)
Weight: 119 lb
Operating environment
The IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack UPS is supported in the following environment:
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Temperature:
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Operation: 0 to 40 °C (32 to 104 °F)
Storage: -15° to 30° C (5° to 86° F) - charge the UPS battery every six months
Storage: 30° to 45° C (86° to 113° F) - charge the UPS battery every three months
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Relative humidity: 5 to 95%
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Maximum altitude:
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Operation: 3,000 m (10,000 ft)
Storage: 15,000 m (50,000 ft)
Warranty
The IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack UPS has a three-year limited warranty.
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Supported rack installation
The IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack UPS requires 3U of rack space in one of the following rack cabinets:
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IBM 42U Enterprise rack
IBM S2 42U Dynamic rack
IBM S2 42U rack
IBM S2 25 U rack
IBM 11U Office Enablement kit
Front panel controls
With a bright and easy-to-navigate panel that provides configurability and displays important status
information, the IBM 3000VA UPS is easy to manage and an ideal solution for standardization across the
global enterprise. Runtime, load, and other vital information and troubleshooting are also displayed.
Figure 2 shows the front panel of the UPS.
Figure 2. Front panel (showing System Status)
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The following functions are available on the control panel:
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System status: Displays the battery status, load percentage, output power, output voltage and
frequency, mode, notice or alarm status.
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Alarm history: Displays the alarm history for the 50 most recent events.
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Meters: Displays the output watts VA, current, power factor, voltage, frequency, input voltage, input
frequency, battery voltage and percentage charged.
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Control screens: Displays the battery test, reset error state, configure load segments, and restore
settings.
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Model information: Displays the machine type, model, and serial number of the unit as well as the
firmware level of the UPS, including the optional Network Management Card’s firmware level and IP
address, if installed.
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Configuration: Allows you to change up to 17 user settings with minimal navigation.
The buttons have the following functions:
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Escape (X): Press this button to return to the previous menu without running a command or saving
any changes.
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Down ( ): Press this button to scroll down to the next menu option.
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OK: Press this button to select the current menu or option.
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On/off: Press this button to turn on the UPS. Press and hold this button for 3 seconds to turn off the
UPS.
On some screens, the OK button has an additional function if you press and hold the button longer than 1
second:
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On the User Setting screens, to save the displayed setting.
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On the Meter and Notice/Alarm screens, to lock the screen (prevent the screen from returning to its
default after timeout). A locked screen displays a small key image near the status icon. To unlock the
screen, press any button to perform its usual function.
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Rear panel
Figure 3 shows the rear panel of the IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack UPS (100V/120V).
Figure 3. Rear panel of the IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack UPS (100V/120V)
Figure 4 shows the rear panel of the IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack UPS (200V/208V).
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Figure 4. Rear panel of the IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack UPS (200V/208V)
Figure 5 shows the rear panel of the IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack UPS (230V).
Figure 5. Rear panel of the IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack UPS (230V)
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IBM UPS 3U Extended Battery Module
For applications requiring extended backup times, an external battery module can also be added to the
3000VA models to deliver hours of run time to critical systems during a prolonged power outage. The IBM
3U Extended Battery Module (EBM) is a 3U rack-mounted device that contains additional batteries.
Tables 4-6 show the additional run times achieved with the EBM connected. Figure 6 shows the front of
the 3U Extended Battery Module.
Figure 6. IBM 3000VA UPS 3U Extended Battery Module (EBM)
Network Management Card
The IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack UPS also comes equipped with a communication bay for the installation
of an optional Network Management Card (46M4110). The Network Management Card provides
convenient over the network UPS remote monitoring and management through a standard web browser.
Figure 7 shows the IBM LCD UPS Network Management Card (NMC).
Figure 7. IBM LCD UPS Network Management Card (NMC)
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The IBM LCD UPS Network Management Card:
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Allows simultaneous shutdown of protected servers
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Allows configuration of automatic email messages in response to UPS alarms and to transmit periodic
reports (see Figure 8)
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Allows control of UPS on/off switching with a web browser
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Allows adjustment and control of load segments through the HTML interface, including sequential
starting of the installation and optimization of backup time by shutting down non-priority systems
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Allows protection by using an encrypted password
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Allows protection by using a secure SSL connection
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Allows log storage in the nonvolatile memory
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Allows card firmware updates through the network
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Allows fast Ethernet 10/100 Mbps compatibility with auto-negotiation on the RJ-45 connector
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Allows recording of events and measurements in the card log
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Has a humidity/temperature/dry contact sensor (optional EMP)
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Has support for IPv6
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Can be installed while the UPS is online maintaining the highest system availability
Figure 8 shows the Network Management Card UPS properties window.
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Figure 8. IBM LCD UPS Network Management Card (NMC) UPS properties window
IBM UPS Manager Software
The UPS comes with the IBM UPS Manager software. The management software provides up-to-date
graphics of UPS power and system data and power flow. It also gives you a complete record of critical
power events, and notifies you of important UPS or power information. If there is a power outage and the
UPS battery power becomes low, the software can automatically shut down the system to protect the data
before the UPS shutdown occurs.
Figure 9 shows normal operating using the IBM UPS Manager. The input voltage is 122V, which is within
the acceptable range, and is shown in the left pane. The output voltage of the UPS is 121V and is also
within the acceptable range. The battery is in "floating" mode, which is the second stage of the Eaton
Advanced Battery Management (ABM) three-stage charging technology..
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Figure 9. IBM UPS Manager normal status window
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Figure 10 shows that the utility power supply has failed and that the UPS is now operating on battery. The
UPS Manager software indicates that there is 10 minutes of battery time available based on the current
load.
Figure 10. IBM UPS Manager warning status window
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Figure 11 shows the event notification window where you can configure how you (and other users) want
to be notified when certain events occur.
Figure 11. Event Notification window
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IBM Environmental Monitoring Probe (EMP)
The Environmental Monitoring Probe (EMP) (part number 46M4113) is used to report local temperature
and humidity values and make that information available to management tools such as IBM Systems
Director Active Energy Manager (AEM). The EMP connects to the UPS via the Network Management
Card. The EMP is shown in Figure 12.
Figure 12. IBM Environmental Monitoring Probe (EMP)
The Environmental Monitoring Probe has the following characteristics:
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It connects to the Network Management Card (NMC) settings/sensor connection.
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Its temperature and humidity thresholds are easily set to trigger alarm notifications or shut down the
protected system.
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Its status can be monitored from the IBM Systems Director AEM or from the Network Management
Card web interface.
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It measures temperatures between 0 and 80°C (32 and 176°F) with an accuracy of ±1°C.
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It measures relative humidity between 10 and 90% with an accuracy of ±5%.
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It can be located away from the UPS with a CAT5 network cable (up to 20 m (65.6 ft)).
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Its user-selectable alarm thresholds enable you to define acceptable temperature or humidity limits.
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It allows email notification through SMTP.
Figure 13 shows information retrieved from an EMP using the NMC web interface.
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Figure 13. Environmental Monitoring Probe data as viewed from the Network Management Card web
interface
IBM Systems Director Active Energy Manager
IBM Systems Director Active Energy Manager (AEM) provides an array of new features that allow power
and thermal trending analysis for improved power management. AEM collects power information for each
device attached to an IBM UPS, presenting a more complete view of energy usage within the data center.
The IBM Systems Director Active Energy Manager (AEM) helps:
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Collect power information from each device attached to an IBM UPS, thus presenting a more
complete view of energy usage.
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With server consolidation plans, because of the increased server and rack power densities that have
driven the requirement for advanced power management solutions.
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In combination with the optional Environmental Monitoring Probe, AEM enables cross-platform power
and thermal trending analysis for improved power management. This configuration allows IT and
facility managers to manage data centers for optimal energy efficiency, migrate workloads to
eliminate hot spots, and transfer work from underutilized systems to conserve energy.
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Related publications
For more information, refer to these documents:
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IBM US Product Announcement
http://ibm.com/common/ssi/cgi-bin/ssialias?infotype=dd&subtype=ca&&htmlfid=897/ENUS110-159
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IBM System x UPS product page
http://www.ibm.com/systems/x/hardware/options/upsrack.html
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IBM 3000VA LCD 3U Rack Uninterruptible Power Supply Installation and Maintenance Guide
http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=psg1MIGR-5085198
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Network Management Card User Guide
http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=psg1MIGR-5085199

IBM System x Configuration and Options Guide
http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=psg1SCOD-3ZVQ5W
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