SNMP Monitoring for Smart-UPS
Part Number: 990-9982 Revision 1
SNMP Metrics Catalogue, ref: PowerNet MIB, UPS MIB RFC-1628
Notes:
1. This Metric Catalogue describes the key OID metrics that are provided in Monitor Kit Integration sets for selected RMM tools. System Administrators can enable or disable the OIDs to suit their particular installation
and monitoring needs.
2. If an Integration Kit or manufacturer-built policies are not provided, IT administrators can build and deploy their own SNMP based monitoring policies depending on the capabilities of their Remote Monitoring and
Management tool. Please refer to Application Note [AN-195] for more information.
3. Most installations take an iterative approach in deploying remote network monitoring, to balance the amount of collected information with the operational procedures in place to process it. Data points that are
important to monitor include but are not limited to UPS Status (online/on battery), Battery Runtime Remaining, Battery Temperature, Battery needs replacement, Low Battery and Overload. Temperature and load
values can also be monitored for sudden changes even if changes are within permitted range.
4. SNMP Polling: Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) tools use network polling to retrieve static and dynamic data from the SNMP enabled devices on the network. To increase efficiency, administrators can
create alert rule configurations on the RMM tool, so that the RMM tool can generate notifications when it detects that threshold conditions on the OIDs have been met. RMM tools offer varying capabilities on their
user-interface to allow alert rule configurations. All SNMP Data Types returned from the network devices may not be supported on all tools. For the OIDs listed in this document, Smart-UPS return the following SNMP
data types: 'display strings', 'enumerations', 'numbers', 'integers' that are treated as numbers, 'timeticks', 'ASCII strings' or a cumulative value. If an alert configuration cannot be created to trigger an alert for a
particular OID, most RMM tools allow viewing of the polled OID values on the built-in dashboard.
5. SNMP Traps are unsolicited events generated from the alerting device (APC Smart-UPS) to the Trap receiver on the RMM tool. Predefined conditions exist on the alerting device to trigger the event generation.
Some legacy polling OIDs have been replaced in modern UPSs by the use of Traps.
Installation and Configuration Guides are available for each Managed Services Integration Kit on the APC website, www.apc.com.
Note: For more information on configuring alerts for SNMP data types, see the Knowledge Base articles available on the APC website:
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AVG Managed Workplace: FA307605
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Description
SNMP Data
Type
Device Monitoring - SNMP Polls (GETs)
UPS
About Policy (Static information except for Firmware Revision)
upsBasicIdentModel
*
*
*
*
NA
Initial Discovery UPS model name, e.g. 'APC Smart-UPS 600'.
Display String
upsAdvIdentFirmwareRevision
*
*
*
-
NA
Daily
Display String
upsAdvIdentDateOfManufacture
*
*
*
*
NA
Initial Discovery,
The date when the UPS was manufactured in mm/dd/yy (or yyyy) format.
Weekly
Display String
upsAdvIdentSerialNumber
*
*
*
*
NA
Initial Discovery A string of characters identifying the serial number of the UPS in Smart-UPS.
Display String
upsAdvIdentSkuNumber
*
*
*
*
NA
Initial Discovery The SKU Number of a UPS device.
Display String
upsAdvBatteryInternalSKU
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
NA
Initial Discovery Internal Battery SKU. Not present in all UPS models.
Display String
upsAdvBatteryExternalSKU
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
NA
Initial Discovery
The firmware revision of the UPS system's microprocessor.
External Battery SKU. External batteries not supported in all UPS models.
Smart-UPS allow for a maximum of ten additional battery packs.
Display String
1
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SNMP Data
Type
upsBasicBatteryLastReplaceDate
*
*
*
*
NA
Monthly
The date when the UPS system's batteries were last replaced in mm/dd/yy (or
yyyy) format. For Smart-UPS models, this value is originally set in the factory.
When the UPS batteries are replaced, this value should be reset by the Admin Display String
through the Network Management Card web interface or the UPS LCD display if
present on the UPS model.
upsAdvBatteryRecommendedReplaceDate
(*)
(*)
(*)
(*)
NA
Monthly
The recommended replacement date for the battery based on the UPS internal
battery life algorithm.
Display String
sysContact
*
*
*
*
NA
Initial Setup
The textual identification of the contact person for this managed node, together
with information on how to contact this person. The UPS identification field
content is set by the Admin from the NMC web interface.
Display String,
set by Admin
sysLocation
*
*
*
*
NA
Initial Setup
The physical location of this node (e.g., 'telephone closet, 3rd floor'). The UPS
identification field content is set by the Admin from the NMC web interface.
Display String
set by Admin
Configuration Policy (Set by the administrator, mostly static information)
upsAdvConfigHighTransferVolt
upsAdvConfigLowTransferVolt
upsAdvConfigAlarm
upsAdvConfigAlarmTimer
upsAdvConfigLowBatteryRunTime
*
*
*
(*)
*
*
*
(*)
(*)
*
*
*
*
(*)
*
-
-
-
-
*
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Monthly
The maximum line voltage in VAC allowed before the UPS system transfers to
battery backup. For a list of allowed values supported by your UPS model, see
the UPS User's Manual. If a value other than a supported value is provided in a
Integer (number)
set request, the UPS interprets it as a the next higher acceptable value. If the
provided value is higher than the highest acceptable value, the highest
acceptable value is used.
Monthly
The minimum line voltage in VAC allowed before the UPS system transfers to
battery backup. For a list of allowed values supported by your UPS model, see
the UPS User's Manual. If a value other than a supported value is provided in a
Integer (number)
set request, the UPS interprets it as the next lower acceptable value. If the
provided value is lower than the lowest acceptable value, the lowest acceptable
value is used.
Monthly
A flag indicating how the UPS should handle audible line fail alarms: timed(1):
UPS alarm will sound after a pre-set timed duration starting from the line fail
condition (see OID upsAdvConfigAlarmTimer for the alarm timer value)
atLowBattery(2): UPS alarm will sound when the UPS has reached a Low
Enumeration
Battery condition during a line fail never(3): Disables the UPS audible alarm
mute(4): Mutes the current alarm for some UPSs only when it is in an alarm
state and will return to the previously configured option when the UPS recovers
from the alarm condition.
Monthly
The time after initial line failure at which the UPS begins emitting audible alarms
(beeping). This timer is observed only if the value of extControlAlarm is
timed(2). Allowed values are 0 or 30 seconds. If a value other than a supported
TimeTicks
value is provided in a set request, the UPS interprets it as a the next lower
acceptable value. If the provided value is lower than the lowest acceptable
value, the lowest acceptable value is used.
Weekly
The desired run time of the UPS, in seconds, once the low battery condition is
reached. During this time the UPS will produce a constant warning tone which
can not be disabled. For a list of allowed values supported by your UPS model,
see the UPS User's Manual. If a value other than a supported value is provided TimeTicks
in a set request, the UPS interprets the value as the next higher acceptable
value. If the provided value is higher than the highest acceptable value, the
highest acceptable value is used.
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upsAdvTestDiagnosticSchedule
upsBasicStateOutputState
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*
*
*
*
Periodic
Monthly
-
In Configuration
Policy this OID
checks for Flag 51
only (EcoMode/Green
Mode).
Green mode allows
the UPS to operate
more efficiently but
may allow voltage
variations to the
load.
*
*
*
Description
The UPS system's automatic battery test schedule. INTEGERS: unknown(1),
biweekly(2), weekly(3), atTurnOn(4), never(5), fourWeeks(6), twelveWeeks(7),
biweeklySinceLastTest(8), weeklySinceLastTest(9)eightWeeks (10),
twentysixWeeks (11), fiftytwoWeeks (12)
SNMP Data
Type
Enumeration
5 minutes
ASCII String 64
An ASCII string containing the 64 flags representing the current state(s) of the
flags. In Config
UPS, supported in Next Generation Smart-UPS and in legacy devices. If the
Policy only the
Network Card is unable to determine the state of the UPS, this variable is set to
state of
'UNKNOWN'. The flags are numbered 1 to 64, read from left to right.
Eco/Green Mode
is checked.
1 minute
An ASCII string containing the 64 flags representing the current state(s) of the
UPS, supported in Next Generation Smart-UPS and in legacy devices. If the
Network Card is unable to determine the state of the UPS, this variable is set to
'UNKNOWN'. The flags are numbered 1 to 64, read from left to right. The flags
are defined as follows: Flag 1: Abnormal Condition Present Flag 2: On Battery
Flag 3: Low Battery Flag 4: On Line Flag 5: Replace Battery Flag 6: Serial
Communication Established Flag 7: AVR Boost Active Flag 8: AVR Trim Active
Flag 9: Overload Flag 10: Runtime Calibration Flag 11: Batteries Discharged
Flag 12: Manual Bypass Flag 13: Software Bypass Flag 14: In Bypass due to
Internal Fault Flag 15: In Bypass due to Supply Failure Flag 16: In Bypass due
to Fan Failure Flag 17: Sleeping on a Timer Flag 18: Sleeping until Utility Power
Returns Flag 19: On Flag 20: Rebooting Flag 21: Battery Communication Lost
Flag 22: Graceful Shutdown Initiated Flag 23: Smart Boost or Smart Trim Fault
Flag 24: Bad Output Voltage Flag 25: Battery Charger Failure Flag 26: High
Battery Temperature Flag 27: Warning Battery Temperature Flag 28: Critical
ASCII String with
Battery Temperature Flag 29: Self Test In Progress Flag 30: Low Battery / On
64 flags.
Battery Flag 31: Graceful Shutdown Issued by Upstream Device Flag 32:
Graceful Shutdown Issued by Downstream Device Flag 33: No Batteries
Attached Flag 34: Synchronized Command is in Progress Flag 35:
Synchronized Sleeping Command is in Progress Flag 36: Synchronized
Rebooting Command is in Progress Flag 37: Inverter DC Imbalance Flag 38:
Transfer Relay Failure Flag 39: Shutdown or Unable to Transfer Flag 40: Low
Battery Shutdown Flag 41: Electronic Unit Fan Failure Flag 42: Main Relay
Failure Flag 43: Bypass Relay Failure Flag 44: Temporary Bypass Flag 45: High
Internal Temperature Flag 46: Battery Temperature Sensor Fault Flag 47: Input
Out of Range for Bypass Flag 48: DC Bus Overvoltage Flag 49: PFC Failure
Flag 50: Critical Hardware Fault Flag 51: Green Mode/ECO Mode Flag 52: Hot
Standby Flag 53: Emergency Power Off (EPO) Activated Flag 54: Load Alarm
Violation Flag 55: Bypass Phase Fault Flag 56: UPS Internal Communication
Failure Flag 57: Efficiency Booster Mode, Flag 58: Off, Flag 59: Standby, Flag
60: Minor or Environment Alarm
SNMP Status Information (Current operating conditions of the UPS)
upsBasicStateOutputState
*
*
*
-
Alert on the
following flags:
Utility Status: 2,3,4,
Communications
between NMC and
UPS:6, Utility:19,
Bypass:12, 13, 14.
Additional flags to
monitor are
Replace Battery: 5,
Overload: 9 and
High Battery Temp:
26.
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SNMP Data
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upsBasicOutputStatus
-
-
-
*
Alert for 1,3,10
5 minutes
The current state of the UPS. If the UPS is unable to determine the state of the
UPS this variable is set to unknown(1). Enumerations: unknown (1), onLine (2),
onBattery (3), onSmartBoost (4), timedSleeping (5), softwareBypass (6), off (7),
rebooting (8), switchedBypass (9), hardwareFailureBypass (10),
Enumeration
sleepingUntilPowerReturn (11), onSmartTrim (12), ecoMode (13), hotStandby
(14), onBatteryTest (15), emergencyStaticBypass (16), staticBypassStandby
(17), powerSavingMode (18), spotMode (19), eConversion (20),
chargerSpotmode (21), inverterSpotmode (22)
upsAdvBatteryRunTimeRemaining
*
*
*
*
Alert on [significant]
changes.
5 minutes
The UPS battery run time remaining before battery exhaustion, returned in
hh:mm:ss. Sudden changes in Runtime Remaining may that indicate that load
was plugged in/unplugged or that utility power dropped/returned.
TimeTicks
upsAdvInputLineFailCause
*
*
*
*
The UPS returns
enumerated values,
see list.
15 minutes
The reason for the occurrence of the last transfer to UPS battery power. The
variable is set to: - noTransfer(1) -- if there is no transfer yet. highLineVoltage(2) -- if the transfer to battery is caused by an over voltage
greater than the high transfer voltage. - brownout(3) -- if the duration of the
outage is greater than five seconds and the line voltage is between 40% of the
rated output voltage and the low transfer voltage. - blackout(4) -- if the duration
of the outage is greater than five seconds and the line voltage is between 40%
of the rated output voltage and ground. - smallMomentarySag(5) -- if the
duration of the outage is less than five seconds and the line voltage is between
Enumerations
40% of the rated output voltage and the low transfer voltage. deepMomentarySag(6) -- if the duration of the outage is less than five seconds
and the line voltage is between 40% of the rated output voltage and ground.
The variable is set to - smallMomentarySpike(7) -- if the line failure is caused by
a rate of change of input voltage less than ten volts per cycle. largeMomentarySpike(8) -- if the line failure is caused by a rate of change of
input voltage greater than ten volts per cycle. - selfTest(9) -- if the UPS was
commanded to do a self test. - rateOfVoltageChange(10) -- if the failure is due
to the rate of change of the line voltage.
upsHighPrecOutputLoad
*
*
*
*
Alert on '900'
5 minutes
The current UPS load expressed in tenths of percent of rated capacity. '900'
equals 90%. Load thresholds depend on environment and type of connected
equipment. Load is related to efficiency and to the Runtime Remaining.
upsHighPrecOutputCurrent
*
*
*
-
Consult with IT
Operations
Manager
5 minutes
The current in tenths of amperes drawn by the load on the UPS. Refer to the
documentation of the connected equipment to determine acceptable tolerances Number
to set this value.
upsHighPrecBatteryCapacity
*
*
*
*
Alert for less than
20%
1 minute
The remaining battery capacity (state of charge) expressed in tenths of percent
of full capacity. This usage does not account for the connected Load. If Runtime
Number
Remaining is monitored as key metric it will account also for load and battery
age relative to remaining battery capacity.
upsHighPrecBatteryTemperature
*
*
*
*
Environmentally
dependent
5 minutes
The current internal UPS temperature expressed in tenths of degrees Celsius.
Please refer to the Technical Specification of the battery model for
recommendations.
Number
Number
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upsHighPrecOutputEfficiency
*
*
*
-
IT Operations Mgr.
10 minutes
The efficiency of the UPS in tenths of percent. A positive value represents the
efficiency of the UPS in tenths of percent. A negative value is returned (-1) if the
UPS model supports this OID, but the value can not be retrieved. (-2) Load is
too low to report efficiency.
(-3) Output off and efficiency is 0
(-4) On battery, efficiency is not measured or calculated in this mode
Number and
(-5) In Bypass, efficiency is not measured or calculated in this mode
Enumeration
(-6) Battery charging, battery is charging and adversely affecting efficiency
(-7) Poor AC input, the main input is outside the optimum efficiency range
Efficiency of 90% (900) or higher is considered good. A low load to ensure high
runtime for the connected equipment results in a low efficiency - e.g. below
75%. Low efficiency can generate higher costs over time.
upsHighPrecOutputEnergyUsage
*
*
*
-
N/A
10 minutes
The output energy usage of the UPS in tenths of kWh.
Cumulative
value.
upsHighPrecBatteryActualVoltage
*
*
*
-
Facilities Mgr. or IT
Operations Mgr.
5 minutes
The actual battery bus voltage in tenths of Volts.
Number
5 minutes
The output voltage of the UPS system in tenths of VAC. Refer to the UPS
manual to see recommended voltages and frequency tolerances. Also consult
with your IT Operations Manager to determine the voltage tolerances for the
equipment that is connected to the UPS. Set tolerances near input voltage and
within tolerances of the connected equipment and express it in high-precision
values. EMEA typically 230V, NAM120V, APAC 230V
Number
upsHighPrecOutputVoltage
*
*
upsHighPrecInputLineVoltage
*
*
upsHighPrecOutputFrequency
*
*
upsHighPrecInputFrequency
upsAdvTestDiagnosticsResults
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
IT Operations
Manager
-
Facilities Mgr. or IT
Operations Mgr.
5 minutes
The current utility line voltage in tenths of VAC. The UPS detects and reacts to
line voltage distortions by transferring to battery operation to protect connected
equipment. In situations of poor power quality, the UPS may frequently transfer
to battery operation. Consult with your Facilities Manager to determine your
typical high and low input voltage points and variations. Refer to the Smart-UPS
User Manual to view the factory-set values and the available choices on the
UPS. Then set the RMM tool to alert appropriately E.g. 98-108 VAC for the
Number
100V model, 106-135 VAC for the 120 V model. Grid voltages in US are over
110V and in Europe over 220-240V. Express the value in high-precision values,
e.g. 115V: 1115. Variations in input voltage may be discovered by tracking how
often the UPS transfers to OnBattery/OnLine or in/out of AVR mode for Line
Interactive units. Trends are more important than occasional events, trend
capacity is RMM tool dependent.
-
IT Operations Mgr.
5 minutes
The current output frequency of the UPS system in tenths of Hz. Varies
according to region.
Number
-
Consult with
Facilities Mgr.
5 minutes
The current input frequency to the UPS system in tenths of Hz. Set the value
according to regional variances (NAM/EMEA/APJ) and express the value in
high-precision values, e.g. 50Hz: 500. This usage is most appropriate in poor
power regions. Adequate power regions see very little variance in frequency.
Number
Daily
The results of the last runtime calibration. Value ok(1) means a successful
runtime calibration. Value invalidCalibration(2) indicates last calibration did not
take place since the battery capacity was below 100%. Value
calibrationInProgress(3) means a calibration is occurring now.
Enumeration
*
Alert on (2)
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Description
SNMP Data
Type
Legacy OID value, no longer present in Next Generation Smart-UPSs models
(e.g. models starting with prefix SMX, SMT, SRT). An ASCII string containing
the 32 flags representing the current active UPS faults. If the Network Card is
unable to determine the values of the flags, this variable is set to 'UNKNOWN'.
If this variable is not supported by the connected UPS, this variable is set to
'NOT SUPPORTED'. The flags are numbered from 1 to 32, and read from left to
right. The flags are defined as follows: Flag 1: Power Module Failure Flag 2:
Main Intelligence Module Failure Flag 3: Redundant Intelligence Module Failure
Flag 4: Battery Failure Flag 5: Load(kVA) Alarm Threshold Violation Flag 6:
Redundancy Lost Flag 7: Redundancy Below Alarm Threshold Flag 8: Bypass
not in Range; Either Frequency or Voltage Flag 9: Bypass Contactor Stuck in
ASCII String 32
Bypass Condition Flag 10: Bypass Contactor Stuck in On-Line Condition Flag
Flags
11: In Bypass due to an Internal Fault Flag 12: In Bypass due to an Overload
Flag 13: In Maintenance Bypass Flag 14: Input Circuit Braker Tripped Open
Flag 15: System Level Fan Failure Flag 16: Redundant Intelligent Module in
Control Flag 17: IIC Inter-Module Communication Failure Flag 18: No Working
Power Modules Flag 19: Load Shutdown From Bypass; Input Frequency Flag
20: Runtime Below Alarm Threshold Flag 21: Extended Run Frame Fault Flag
22: Output Voltage out of Range Flag 23: UPS Not Synchronized Flag 24: No
Batteries Installed Flag 25: Battery Voltage High Flag 26: UPS Specific Fault
Detected Flag 27: Site Wiring Fault Flag 28: Backfeed Protection Relay Opened
Flag 29: Flag 30: Flag 31: Flag 32:
upsAdvStateAbnormalConditions
*
*
*
*
See list of flags.
1 minute
upsOutletGroupStatusIndex
*
-
-
-
N/A
Initial Discovery
upsOutletGroupStatusTableSize
*
-
*
-
N/A
Initial Discovery The number of outlet groups for the UPS.
upsOutletGroupStatusName
*
-
*
-
N/A
Initial Discovery
The name of the outlet group. This OID is provided for informational purposes
Display String
only. This value (friendly name) is set by the upsOutletGroupConfigName OID.
5 minutes
Getting this variable will return the outlet group state. If the outlet group is on,
the upsOutletGroupStatusOn (1) value will be returned. If the outlet group is off,
the upsOutletGroupStatusOff (2) value will be returned. If the state of the outlet
Enumeration
group cannot be determined, the upsOutletGroupStatusUnknown (3) value will
be returned. E.g. an overload situation while onBattery may result in load
shedding, i.e. an outlet group turning off.
upsOutletGroupStatusGroupState
upsOutletGroupConfigPowerOnDelay
upsOutletGroupConfigPowerOffDelay
iemStatusProbeCurrentTemp
*
*
*
-
-
-
-
-
*
*
*
-
-
-
Alert for (2) and (3)
N/A
-
N/A
*
Environmentally
dependent. Set to
alert on high
variations
The index to the outlet group entry, meaning number of rows in the table
indicates the number of outlets on the polled device.
Integer
Integer
Daily
The amount of time (seconds) the outlet group will delay powering on when the
delayed on, reboot, or shutdown command is applied. Allowed values vary by
UPS model. The value of -1 is used for Never if supported by the UPS model
and the outlet group.
Integer (number)
Daily
The amount of time (seconds) the outlet group will delay powering off when the
delayed off, reboot, or shutdown command is applied. Allowed values vary by
UPS model. The value of -1 is used for Never if supported by the UPS model
and the outlet group.
Integer (number)
5 minutes
The current temperature reading from the probe displayed in the units shown in
the 'iemStatusProbeTempUnits' OID (Celsius or Fahrenheit). Proper ventilation
and a climate controlled environment helps extend the service life of your UPS. Number
Recommended ambient room temperature is 0-32ºC, ideally <25ºC. The
Temperature probe is an accessory for certain Network Management Cards.
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iemStatusProbeCurrentHumid
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-
-
*
Environmentally
dependent. Set to
alert on high
variations.
5 minutes
Description
The current humidity reading from the probe in percent relative humidity.
Recommended humidity is from 0-95%, non condensing relative humidity. The
combined temperature/humidity probe is a separate accessory.
SNMP Data
Type
Number
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*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
-
Description
Device Monitoring - Traps
UPS
communicationLost
upsOverload
upsOverloadCleared
upsDiagnosticsFailed
upsOnBattery
lowBattery
communicationEstablished
powerRestored
upsDiagnosticsPassed
returnFromLowBattery
upsTurnedOff
upsSleeping
upsWokeUp
upsBatteryNeedsReplacement
hardwareFailureBypass
returnFromBypass
upsTurnedOn
smartAvrReducing
smartAvrReducingOff
upsBatteryReplaced
batteryOverTemperature
batteryOverTemperatureCleared
upsCriticalcondition
upsCriticalConditionCleared
noBatteries
noBatteriesCleared
upsOutletGroupCommand
SNMP Traps triggered by the
UPS are received in real-time
provided the network load is
not too high. Thresholds and
polling frequency is N/A for
Traps.
Sys Admins should set the
appropriate trap-based
condition evaluation and
process flow on the RMM tool
interface.
SEVERE: Communication to the UPS has been lost. Steps to re-establish communication
are in progress.
SEVERE: The UPS has sensed a load greater than 100 percent of its rated capacity.
INFORMATIONAL: The overload condition has been cleared.
SEVERE: The UPS failed its internal diagnostic self-test.
WARNING: The UPS has switched to battery backup power
SEVERE: The UPS batteries are low and will soon be exhausted. If utility power is not
restored the UPS will put itself to 'sleep' and immediately cut power to the load
INFORMATIONAL: Communication with the UPS has been established.
INFORMATIONAL: Utility power has been restored.
INFORMATIONAL: The UPS passed its internal self-test.
INFORMATIONAL: The UPS has returned from a low battery condition
WARNING: The UPS has been turned 'off' by the management station.
WARNING: The UPS is entering 'sleep' mode. Power to the load will be cut off.
INFORMATION: The UPS has returned from 'sleep' mode. Power to the load has been
restored
SEVERE: The batteries of the UPS need immediate replacement.
SEVERE: UPS on bypass due to internal fault
INFORMATIONAL: UPS has returned from bypass
INFORMATIONAL: A UPS is turned on.
WARNING: The UPS is reducing the line voltage via SmartTrim(TM).
INFORMATIONAL: The UPS has returned from SmartTrim(TM).
INFORMATIONAL: A bad battery fault has been cleared.
WARNING: The battery temperature threshold has been violated.
SEVERE: A UPS critical condition was detected. The first variable is the error condition text
message. The second variable is the error number.
SEVERE: A UPS critical condition was detected. The first variable is the error condition text
message. The second variable is the error number.
INFORMATIONAL: A UPS critical condition has been cleared. The first variable is the fault
condition.
WARNING: The UPS has no batteries attached.
INFORMATIONAL: The UPS's batteries have been attached.
WARNING: The specified Outlet Group command has been issued.
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upsOutletGroupTurnedOn
upsOutletGroupTurnedOff
apcInternalCommunicationFault
apcInternalCommunicationFaultCleared
upsWarningCondition
upsWarningConditionCleared
upsInformationalCondition
upsInformationalConditionCleared
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*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
-
*
*
*
-
*
*
INFORMATIONAL: The specified Outlet Group turned on.
WARNING: The specified Outlet Group turned off.
SEVERE: An internal UPS communication fault exists.
INFORMATIONAL: An internal UPS communication fault no longer exists.
WARNING: A UPS warning condition has been detected. The first variable is the fault
condition. A UPS warning condition has been cleared
WARNING:
INFORMATIONAL: A UPS informational condition has been detected. The first variable is the
fault condition.
INFORMATIONAL: A UPS informational condition has been cleared. The first variable is the
fault condition.
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