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Network Management Card & Modbus/Jbus
66123 User Manual
Network Management Teleservice Card
66124 User Manual
For Galaxy 7000 UPS and SSC unit
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Contents
1
MGE GALAXY 7000 NETWORK MANAGEMENT CARD PRESENTATION......................................................................................... 5
1.1
CONNECTING THE UPS TO THE ETHERNET NETWORK ................................................................................................................................. 6
1.2
PROTECTION OF THE COMPUTERS / SERVERS............................................................................................................................................. 6
1.3
SUPERVISION OF THE UPSS OVER THE NETWORK ...................................................................................................................................... 7
1.4
DIRECT SENDING OF E-MAIL ..................................................................................................................................................................... 8
1.5
SENDING TEXT MESSAGES (SMS) ............................................................................................................................................................. 8
1.6
COMPATIBILITY WITH THE NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (NMS) – TRAP SENDING ................................................................................ 8
1.7
ENVIRONMENT SENSOR (OPTION) ............................................................................................................................................................. 8
1.8
MODBUS/JBUS FOR INMC 66123............................................................................................................................................................. 8
1.9
TELESERVICE FOR NMTC 66124.............................................................................................................................................................. 8
2
TECHNICAL DATA ............................................................................................................................................................................... 9
2.1
HARDWARE CHARACTERISTICS ................................................................................................................................................................. 9
2.2
EMC COMPATIBILITY ............................................................................................................................................................................... 9
2.3
CONFIGURATION ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
2.4
ADMINISTRATION ................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
2.5
NETWORK ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 10
2.6
ENVIRONMENT SENSOR .......................................................................................................................................................................... 10
2.7
MIB (MANAGEMENT INFORMATION BASE) ............................................................................................................................................... 11
2.8
MODBUS/JBUS FOR INMC 66123........................................................................................................................................................... 11
2.9
TELESERVICE FOR NMTC 66124............................................................................................................................................................ 11
2.10
DEFAULT PARAMETERS .......................................................................................................................................................................... 12
3
INSTALLATION NETWORK MANAGEMENT CARD & MODBUS/JBUS (INMC 66123) .................................................................... 13
3.1
UNPACKING AND CHECK ON CONTENTS ................................................................................................................................................... 13
3.2
INDICATIONS ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
3.3
INSTALLATION IN THE UPS ..................................................................................................................................................................... 14
3.4
SENSOR INSTALLATION (OPTION) ............................................................................................................................................................ 14
4
INSTALLATION NETWORK MANAGEMENT TELESERVICE CARD (NMTC 66124) ........................................................................ 15
4.1
UNPACKING AND CHECK ON CONTENTS ................................................................................................................................................... 15
4.2
INDICATIONS ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
4.3
INSTALLATION IN THE UPS ..................................................................................................................................................................... 16
4.4
SENSOR INSTALLATION (OPTION) ............................................................................................................................................................ 16
4.5
LINE PHONE PORT ................................................................................................................................................................................. 17
5
CONFIGURATION............................................................................................................................................................................... 18
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.2
CONFIGURE IP PARAMETERS .................................................................................................................................................................. 18
Your network is equipped with a DHCP server ................................................................................................................................ 19
Your network is not equipped with a DHCP server........................................................................................................................... 20
TEST AFTER CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................................................................................. 20
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SUPERVISION AND ADMINISTRATION BY BROWSER ................................................................................................................... 21
6.1
OPTIMISING THE PERFORMANCE OF YOUR BROWSER ................................................................................................................................ 21
6.2
UPS ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
6.2.1
UPS properties page ....................................................................................................................................................................... 21
6.2.2
On-line help..................................................................................................................................................................................... 31
6.2.3
Shutdown parameters ..................................................................................................................................................................... 32
6.2.4
Measurements................................................................................................................................................................................. 34
6.2.5
Event log ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 35
6.2.6
System log ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 36
6.3
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.4
NOTIFICATION ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Email Notification............................................................................................................................................................................. 37
E-mail Message Settings ................................................................................................................................................................. 39
CONFIGURATION .................................................................................................................................................................................... 40
6.4.1
Network settings.............................................................................................................................................................................. 41
6.4.2
System ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 43
6.4.3
Notified Applications ........................................................................................................................................................................ 44
6.4.4
Central shutdown configuration ....................................................................................................................................................... 46
6.4.5
Access control ................................................................................................................................................................................. 47
6.4.6
Date and time.................................................................................................................................................................................. 49
6.4.7
Firmware upload.............................................................................................................................................................................. 50
6.5
ENVIRONMENT SENSOR (OPTION) ........................................................................................................................................................... 51
6.5.1
Characteristics................................................................................................................................................................................. 51
6.5.2
Environment Status ......................................................................................................................................................................... 52
6.5.3
Environment Settings ...................................................................................................................................................................... 53
6.5.4
Log .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 55
7
SERVER PROTECTION...................................................................................................................................................................... 56
7.1
SET-UP OF THE SHUTDOWN PARAMETERS ............................................................................................................................................... 56
7.2
SHUTDOWN CRITERIA MANAGED BY THE NETWORK M ANAGEMENT CARD .................................................................................................. 57
7.2.1
Backup time before initiating the shutdown procedure (Shutdown After - Shutdown Timer) ............................................................. 57
7.2.2
Initiating the shutdown procedure when the battery autonomy ratio is lower than: (If remaining time ratio under) ............................ 58
7.2.3
Shutdown when backup time is less than ........................................................................................................................................ 58
7.2.4
Shutdown duration .......................................................................................................................................................................... 58
8
TELESERVICE.................................................................................................................................................................................... 59
8.1.1
Teleservice procedure ..................................................................................................................................................................... 59
8.1.2
General overview ............................................................................................................................................................................ 59
9
CONFIGURATION VIA RS232 ............................................................................................................................................................ 61
9.1
CHOICE 1: RESTART / RESET ................................................................................................................................................................. 61
9.2
CHOICE 2: NETWORK CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................................................................... 62
9.2.1
Choice 1: Read Network settings..................................................................................................................................................... 62
9.2.2
Choice 2: Modify Network settings................................................................................................................................................... 62
9.2.3
Choice 3: Set Ethernet speed.......................................................................................................................................................... 63
9.3
CHOICE 3: LOST PASSWORD / SET LOGIN PASSWORD TO DEFAULT .......................................................................................................... 63
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CHOICE 4: RETURN TO DEFAULT CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................................................... 64
10
MODBUS/JBUS INSTALLATION & USE............................................................................................................................................ 65
10.1
INSTALLATION ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 65
10.1.1
RS232 link configuration and connection..................................................................................................................................... 65
10.1.2
RS485 link configuration and connection..................................................................................................................................... 66
10.1.3
Configuration of the JBUS/MODBUS communication parameters ............................................................................................... 72
10.2
ADDITIONAL WEB PAGES ....................................................................................................................................................................... 75
10.3
MODBUS REGISTER MAP ........................................................................................................................................................................ 76
10.3.1
Status table................................................................................................................................................................................. 76
10.3.2
Measurement table ..................................................................................................................................................................... 78
10.3.3
Product information table ............................................................................................................................................................ 79
10.3.4
Environnement Sensor Table ...................................................................................................................................................... 79
11
APPENDICES ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 82
11.1
TABLES OF ALARMS AND EVENTS ........................................................................................................................................................... 82
11.1.1
Table of alarms and UPS events................................................................................................................................................. 82
11.1.2
Table of system alarms ............................................................................................................................................................... 84
11.2
SNMP OBJECTS .................................................................................................................................................................................... 85
11.2.1
MGE MIB .................................................................................................................................................................................... 85
11.2.2
Table des TRAPS : (1.3.6.1.4.1.705.1.11)................................................................................................................................... 88
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GLOSSARY ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 89
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1 MGE Galaxy 7000 Network Management card presentation
MGE Galaxy 7000 Network Solution:
provides information on events concerning the supply of power to the computers connected to your computer network,
carries out automatic shutdown of computer systems and monitors all the UPSs connected to the network.
Network Management Cards acquire information on the operation status of the UPS systems and provide monitoring of these systems by
means of an ETHERNET network from any SNMP administration station or Web browser.
They also supply alarms to the “MGE Network Shutdown Modules” to trigger shutdown or other automatic actions for protected servers.
Network Management Cards are compatible with:
the "MGE Enterprise Power Management" supervision.
The “InfraStruXure Central” unit
As illustrated in the picture below, MGE Network Solution provides these 3 main functions:
supervision of the UPSs over the Network,
protection of the computers,
connexion of the UPS to the Network.
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1.1
Connecting the UPS to the Ethernet network
This function can be performed through the network Cards inserted in the UPS (Network Management Card).
The Network Management Card:
manages communication with the UPS (as well as local protection of the machine on which Proxy is installed),
periodically accesses the information concerning the UPS,
makes this information available to the connected applications (Network Shutdown Modules, Web Browser, Network Management Systems,
Enterprise Power Manager), ISX Central, Bulding Management System,
sends notifications on certain events
Operation may be in standard secure mode (the default mode) or in SSL secure mode (Secure Socket Layer SSL).
1.2
Protection of the computers / servers
This function is performed by the Network Shutdown Module installed on each of the servers to be protected.
Note that the Shutdown Module is available on several Operating Systems.
The Network Shutdown Module:
Continuously waits for information from the Network Management Card connected to the UPS.
Warns administrators and users if AC power fails and proceeds with graceful system shutdown before the end of battery backup power is
reached.
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1.3
Supervision of the UPSs over the network
Depending on your needs, you can either use:
Your Internet browser to monitor each UPS, as Management Card includes a Web server.
Your company’s standard Network Management System (HP-Openview, CA Unicenter, HP Insight Manager, IBM Tivoli Netview). To simplify
integration of MGE Galaxy 7000 UPSs, you can use one of the Network Management System Kits for MGE devices. These kits are available
on the Management Pac 2 CD-ROM. (ref 66923)
The MGE supervisor "Enterprise Power Manager"
Set up the Network Management Card (see user manual).
Install and configure the Network Shutdown Module on all machines that are to be protected by the UPS.
The software components for each platform and the user manuals are on the Solution-Pac-2 CD or are available for download on the
www.mgeups.com Web site, in the “Download” section.
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1.4
Direct sending of E-mail
When a UPS event occurs, the Network Management Card can directly notify up to 4 intranet or extranet addresses by e-mail (see E-mail
Notification and E-mail message settings)
1.5
Sending text messages (SMS)
The card offers the possibility of redirecting UPS alarms to an e-mail server. The format of these e-mails is compatible with mobile telephone
e-mail/SMS transfer systems proposed by ISPs. The format to be used depends on the service provider. For example,
sms.0660256585@votre-login.activmail.net (text messages).
1.6
Compatibility with the Network Management Systems (NMS) – Trap sending
The Network Management Cards are compatible with the major Network Management Systems (IBM Tivoli, CA Unicenter, HP Insight
Manager). The Management-Pac 2 offering includes the necessary SNMP plug-ins to allow an easy integration in the NMS. Events are
notified by SNMP trap.
1.7
Environment Sensor (option)
The Environment Sensor (66846) solution comprises a box to be connected to the Card Settings port of the Network Management Cards.
Environment Sensor enables measurement of temperature and humidity around the UPS, consideration of external alarms via 2 dry contacts
and notification of alarms according to pre-programmed thresholds. (see Environmen Status and Environment Configuration)
1.8
Modbus/Jbus for INMC 66123
The Modbus/Jbus hexadecimal (MODBUS RTU) communication protocol is used in slave mode. The system provides a communication
channel with an RS485 or RS232 interface.
1.9
Teleservice for NMTC 66124
The Teleservice card allow the UPS Remote Monitoring feature from the APC by Schneider TLS Center.
This feature manages remotely UPS alarms, UPS diagnostic, UPS Monitroing and Monthly Reporting.
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2 Technical data
2.1
Hardware characteristics
Dimensions
Dimensions (L x l x H)
132 x 66 x 42 mm
Weight (gr)
70 g.
Storage
Storage temperature
-10°C to 70°C
Ambient conditions
Operating temperature
0°C to 40°C
Ambient humidity
90% RH max without condensation
RoHS
100% compatible
2.2
EMC Compatibility
When correctly installed and used in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, the Network Management Card complies with the
following standards:
Safety for ATI: IEC/EN 60950-1 2005
EMC: EN 61000-6-2 (2005), EN 61000-6-3 (2006).
As per European directives:
Low voltage: 2006/95/EEC.
EMC: 2004/108/EEC.
2.3
Configuration
The user can configure the card with one of the following means:
Web browser
Local serial link (network parameters)
BOOTP/DHCP (network parameters)
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2.4
Administration
Up to 35 workstations protected by Network Shutdown Modules - Central or local configuration.
Up to 5 browsers connected at the same time (3 in SSL).
•
Minimum recommended browser versions: Internet Explorer 6.x / 7.0, Mozilla Firefox 1.5 / 2.0 / 3.0
E-mail sending configurable according to UPS alarms and transmission of a periodical report.
Automatic data and time adjustment via NTP server.
Protection by encrypted password.
Protection by secure SSL connection.
Saving of logs in the non-volatile memory.
Languages available:
INMC 66123 : English / French / Spanish / German / Italian
NMTC 66124 : English
On-line help in English available for each page.
Card firmware updated via the network
2.5
Network
Fast ETHERNET 10/100 Mbits compatibility with auto-negotiation on the RJ45 outlet.
The used ports are:
BootP
DHCP
HTML
TCP 80
SSL
TCP 443
NSM in connected mode
TCP 5000
SMTP
25
NTP
123
SNMP V1
161
TRAP SNMP
162
2.6
UDP 68 , 67
Environment sensor
Temperature measurement from 0 to 70°C with +/- 1°C accuracy
Measurement of humidity from 0 to 100% with +/- 6% accuracy
Min / max time-stamped function for temperature and humidity
Choice of temperature readings in Celsius or Fahrenheit
High and low thresholds, hysteresis and offset adjustable via Web interface
Possibility of notification of status changes by e-mail, SMS or SNMP trap
Position detection of 2 dry contacts (maximum sensor/contact distance: 20 m)
Name and status of each configurable contact
Recording of events and measurements in the card log
Possibility of shutting down the installation in the event of a threshold being exceeded or on opening / closure of a dry contact
Connection to the card with straight CAT5 RJ45 network cables (maximum card/sensor distance: 20 m)
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2.7
MIB (Management Information Base)
Compatible with MIB MGE V1.8 adapted for Galaxy 7000.
The list of objects managed can be found in the chapter 8.2.
2.8
Modbus/Jbus for INMC 66123
The Modbus/Jbus hexadecimal (MODBUS RTU) communication protocol is used in slave mode. The system provides a communication
channel with an RS485 or RS232 interface.
Note:
2 wires or 4 wires RS485 link are available.
Warning:
RS232 and RS485 communication ports cannot be used together.
JBUS/MODBUS communication is operational 2 minutes after the startup of the card.
The Modbus Register map is presented in chapter 7.4.
2.9
Teleservice for NMTC 66124
The Teleservice card allow the UPS Remote Monitoring feature from the APC by Schneider TLS Center.
This feature manages remotely UPS alarms, UPS diagnsoitc, UPS Monitroing and Montly Reporting.
See chapter 8.
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2.10 Default parameters
Function
Parameter
Default value
Possible value
Network
IP address
172.17.16.16
Network IP address
System
Subnet mask
255.255.0.0
Network IP address
Gateway Address
0.0.0.0
Network IP address
BOOTP/DHCP
Enabled
Active / Deactivated
Firmware Upload
Enabled
Active / Deactivated
SMTP server
smtpserver
49 characters maximum
UPS Contact
Computer Room Manager
49 characters maximum
UPS Location
Computer Room
31 characters maximum
History log interval (sec.)
60
10 to 99999 sec.
Environment log interval
300
10 to 99999 sec.
English
English / French / Spanish /
(sec.)
Default Language
German / Italian
Manager table
Access control
User name
empty
50 maximum
MGEUPS
10 characters maximum
Password
MGEUPS
10 characters maximum
Community name read
public
49 characters maximum
Trap port
161
Non configurable
Date and time
Date and time adjustment
Manual adjustment
Manual adjustment
Serial link
Speed
9600 baud
Non configurable
Data bits
8
Non configurable
Stop bits
1
Non configurable
Parity
without
Non configurable
Flow control
without
Non configurable
JBUS/MODBUS
- Baud rate
- 9600 bauds
- 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600
communication
- Parity
- without parity
- Without parity, even parity
- Slave number
- Slave nr 1
- 1 to FF (hexadecimal)
- Link connection in transmit
- Rx on pin 1
- Rx on pin 1
Modbus/jbus
RS232 link
data (Tx) or receive data (Rx)
- Tx on pin 3
- Tx on pin 3
RS485 link
- Termination
- No termination
- With or without (2 or 4
Teleservice
- TLS settings via RS232
- TLS for 1 UPS and Sensor
TLS up to 9 UPS
Menu
feature available
(1UPS/NMTC+ 9 UPS/INMC)
wires)
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3 Installation Network Management Card & Modbus/Jbus (INMC 66123)
3.1
Unpacking and check on contents
The installation kit contents:
A Network Management Card & Modbus/Jbus (66123)
A serial communication cable for configuration (3402226700)
Installation manual (34022308)
3.2
Indications
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Ethernet port
LED
Colour
Activity
Description
ACT
Green
◗
Off
◗
On
◗
◗
◗
Flashing
◗
◗
Off
On
100M
Orange
◗
◗
◗
Card not connected to the network.
Card connected to the network but
without activity
Port is active in receiving /
transmission
Port operating at 10Mbits/s.
Port operating at 100Mbits/s.
Service port (Settings/Sensor)
LED
Colour
Activity
Description
UPS
Data
Green
◗
◗
Off
On
◗
◗
◗
◗
Flashing
Card startup in progress.
Communication with UPS in progress
Normal operation.
Communication with the UPS is
operational
◗
◗
Off
On
◗
◗
◗
Flashing
◗
Configuration menu is active
Normal
operation.
Configuration
menu is deactived
Communication with the Environment
Sensor (option).
RS232
3.3
Orange
Installation in the UPS
The Network Management Card (66123) can be "hot" installed in the MGE Galaxy 7000 UPS or SSC unit.
Note the card's MAC address prior to insertion
Connect the ETHERNET cable
Insert and tighten the card's retaining screws
Wait 3 min.; the card is completely operational when the green UPS Data LED flashes continuously
3.4
Sensor installation (option)
The Environment sensor is available as an option on the Network Management Card. SKU number is 66846.
The sensor allows remote monitoring of the UPS's environment through regular measurements: temperature, humidity, status of two external
contacts. It also enables notification of alarms (e-mail, trap SNMP) according to pre-programmed thresholds.
It is connected to the Service port (Settings/Sensor) directly on the Network Management Card with a standard Ethernet cable (20 meters
maximum).
Recognition is automatic. Supervision and configuration are performed via a menu that can be accessed directly from the home page.
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4 Installation Network Management Teleservice Card (NMTC 66124)
4.1
Unpacking and check on contents
The installation kit contents:
A Network Management Teleservice Card (66124)
A serial communication cable for configuration (3402226700)
One phone cable for teleservice (3402226800)
One installation manual (34003976EN)
4.2
Indications
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Ethernet port
LED
Colour
Activity
Description
ACT
Green
◗
Off
◗
On
◗
◗
◗
Flashing
◗
◗
Off
On
100M
Orange
◗
◗
◗
Card not connected to the network.
Card connected to the network but
without activity
Port is active in receiving /
transmission
Port operating at 10Mbits/s.
Port operating at 100Mbits/s.
Service port (Settings/Sensor)
LED
Colour
Activity
Description
UPS
Data
Green
◗
◗
Off
On
◗
◗
◗
◗
Flashing
Card startup in progress.
Communication with UPS in progress
Normal operation.
Communication with the UPS is
operational
◗
◗
Off
On
◗
◗
◗
Flashing
◗
Configuration menu is active
Normal
operation.
Configuration
menu is deactived
Communication with the Environment
Sensor (option).
RS232
Orange
Phone port
LED
Colour
Activity
Description
UPS
Green
◗
Off
◗
On
◗
◗
◗
Flashing
◗
Card not connected to phone network
Card connected to phone network,
but no activity
Port is sending/receiving
◗
◗
◗
Off
On
Flashing
◗
◗
◗
Modem is not connected
Modem is connected
Modem is connecting
Data
CD
Orange
4.3
Installation in the UPS
The Network Management Teleservice Card (66124) can be "hot" installed in the MGE Galaxy 7000 UPS or SSC unit.
Note the card's MAC address prior to insertion
Connect the ETHERNET cable
Insert and tighten the card's retaining screws
Wait 3 min.; the card is completely operational when the green UPS Data LED flashes continuously
For Teleservice installation, the NMTC card must be installed in the SSC unit.
4.4
Sensor installation (option)
The Environment sensor is available as an option on the Network Management Card. SKU number is 66846.
The sensor allows remote monitoring of the UPS's environment through regular measurements: temperature, humidity, status of two external
contacts. It also enables notification of alarms (e-mail, trap SNMP) according to pre-programmed thresholds.
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It is connected to the Service port (Settings/Sensor) directly on the Network Management Card with a standard Ethernet cable (20 meters
maximum).
Recognition is automatic. Supervision and configuration are performed via a menu that can be accessed directly from the home page.
4.5
Line Phone Port
Telephone connexion for the teleservice application.
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5 Configuration
5.1
Configure IP parameters
Once the card has started:
Connect one end of the cable (3402226700) to the Service port.
If the environment sensor was previously connected, the card must be restarted in order to access the configuration menu.
Connect the other end of the cable to the COM port (IOIOI) of a PC.
Launch a HyperTerminal™ type emulator with the following configuration:
NMTC
Speed: 38400
Data bits: 8
INMC
Speed: 9600
Data bits: 8 toto
Parity: none
Parity: none
Stop bits: 1
Stop bits: 1
Flow control: none
Flow control: none
"Locally reproduce the characters entered" option: deactivated.
Enter MGEUPS or mgeups. The main menu is displayed:
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5.1.1 Your network is equipped with a DHCP server
The card is configured by default with this service activated.
The card automatically collects IP parameters.
To know the IP parameters, type 2, the next menu is displayed:
----------------------------------------------------------------------------Network settings
----------------------------------------------------------------------------1 : Read Network settings
2 : Modify Network settings
3 : Set Ethernet speed
0 : Exit
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Then type 1. The menu is displayed:
Network configuration :
MAC address : 00:06:23:00:1F:8F
Mode : Static IP
IP address : 172.17.21.94
Subnet mask : 255.255.248.0
Gateway : 172.17.17.1
Note the IP address.
To exit, enter 0 then 0. The card is operational.
Note: As long as the card is not connected to the network, it continuously attempts to make connection. Once the connection has been
established, the operational mode presented in the table above becomes effective.
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5.1.2 Your network is not equipped with a DHCP server
In the main menu enter 2, then 2 again. The menu is displayed:
Follow the instructions and enter the static IP parameters.
At the end of the menu, wait for the "Done" message to be displayed indicating that the IP parameters have been saved.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------Network settings
----------------------------------------------------------------------------1 : Read Network settings
2 : Modify Network settings
3 : Set Ethernet speed
0 : Exit
----------------------------------------------------------------------------For each of the following questions, you can press <Return> to select the value
shown in braces, or you can enter a new value.
Should this target obtain IP settings from the network?[N] N
Static IP address [172.17.21.94]? 172.17.21.21
Static IP address is 172.17.21.21
Subnet Mask IP address [255.255.248.0]? 255.255.255.0
Subnet Mask IP address is 255.255.255.0
Gateway address IP address [172.17.17.1]? 172.17.17.1
Gateway address IP address is 172.17.17.1
Wait during your new configuration is saved ...
Reset the card to take into account the new configuration.
Return to the main menu and enter 1 then 2.
The card restarts with the new IP parameters.
5.2
Test after configuration
To check that the Network Management Card is operational after installation and configuration.
From a station connected to the same subnet as the card, open a web browser and enter the IP address of the card in the address field.
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6 Supervision and administration by browser
On a computer equipped with a Web browser (Internet Explorer, FireFox or Netscape recommended), enter the address initialised previously
in the Installation chapter (e.g. http://172.17.16.16.)
The "UPS properties" home page is displayed.
6.1
Optimising the performance of your browser
To view status changes on the UPS in real time, the browser must be configured so that it automatically refreshes all the objects on the
current page.
Example on IE 6 / IE 7: Tools / Internet Options / General / Parameters menu, tick Every time this page is visited and validate.
6.2
UPS
6.2.1 UPS properties page
This page is automatically refreshed every 10 seconds
From this page, access to the main UPS information is available thanks to the combo box (see screen copy below).
The different choices are the following ones:
“UPS Status”: (chosen by default) this page gives instant access to the essential information about your UPS.
“UPS Alarms”: to view the list of current alarms.
“About your UPS”: provides information on the UPS and the card, in particular, the model range and software version.
These different pages are detailed in the following chapters.
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6.2.1.1 "UPS" zone: general information on the UPS.
Indication of the picture and generic name of the UPS range
Computer room: Customised name of your system.
You can change this name on the "System" page.
UPS status icon :
The various icons showing the status of the UPS are:
Normal operation
Alarm present. This icon links directly to the alarm
page.
Loss of communication with the UPS
Animated synoptic: An animated synoptic gives a global overview of the UPS current operating mode.
The synoptic drawing depends on the UPS topology. The different drawings are described in the table below.
UPS with automatic bypass
UPS with automatic and manual bypass
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UPS without automatic bypass
SSC Static Switch Cabinet
Note: In case of loss of communication with the UPS, all the elements of the synoptic are grey.
The various elements of the synoptic are the following ones:
AC Normal Input :
In tolerances
Out of tolerances
AC Normal Flow :
AC to DC converter powered by AC Normal
AC to DC converter not powered by AC
Normal
AC to DC Converter:
Powered
Not powered
Internal failure
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Battery :
Remaining capacity > 50%
Remaining capacity < 50%
Battery to be checked (battery test result)
Battery Output Flow :
DC to AC converter powered by battery
DC to AC converter not powered by
battery
DC to AC Converter Input flow :
Energy flow
present
No energy flow
DC to AC Converter :
Powered
Not
powered
Internal
failure
DC to AC Converter Output :
Energy flow
present
No energy flow
AC Bypass Input :
In tolerances
Out of
tolerances
AC Automatic Bypass Flow :
Energy flow
present
No energy flow
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AC Automatic Bypass Status :
Powered
Not powered
Internal failure
AC Manual Bypass Flow :
Energy flow
present
No energy flow
AC Manual Bypass Status :
Open
Closed
AC Output Flow :
Energy flow
present
No energy flow
AC Output :
Load
protected
Load not
protected
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6.2.1.2 "UPS measurements”
Boxes showing measurements appear when synoptic elements are hovered by the pointer. See example below.
These measurements are available for AC to DC converter, Battery, DC to AC converter and automatic bypass.
The measurements available in these boxes depend on the UPS range.
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6.2.1.3 "UPS status" zone: Essential information
"Active sources": (available on parallel or modular UPS)
x UPS + y UPS redundant :
x indicates the minimal number of UPS necessary to power the load,
y indicates the number of UPS in redundancy.
An alarm can be generated if the number of UPS in redundancy is less than a configurable threshold. See UPS modules section.
"Power source": indicates whether the power comes from the utility or from the UPS battery
"Output load level": indicates the power percentage used at UPS output
"Output" & “Master” indicate if the UPS output is powered
The various icons showing the status of the UPS outputs are:
Output powered
Output not powereded
Battery Information :
"Battery load level": battery charge level in percent
The information is completed with the two following labels:
“Charging” : if the utility power is present and the battery charge is in progress
“Discharging”: if the UPS operates on battery.
“Fault”: if the battery is faulty.
"Remaining backup time": Estimation of the battery's maximum backup time remaining before UPS shutdown
"Battery status": Result of the last automatic battery test carried out by the UPS
Possible values are:
– OK: the test was completed correctly
– NOK: the battery needs to be checked
– Deactivated: the automatic battery test is not validated on the UPS
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6.2.1.4 Viewing the alarms
Click on "Alarm Table" scroll list to view the list of current alarms. The table of managed alarms is included in the appendix.
The level of the alarms appears like below:
Critical
Warning
Unknown
Alarm table for standard UPS
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6.2.1.5
Viewing the “About your UPS” window
Click on "About your UPS" scroll list to view the information about the UPS and the card.
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6.2.2 On-line help
On-line contextual help in English is available at the top of each page by clicking on the Help link, which is always located on the top right
corner. The navigation menu of the on-line help is identical to that of the card's pages.
The Help page always opens a new window.
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6.2.3 Shutdown parameters
The menu Shutdown Parameters is not present with a UPS Static Switch Cabinet.
This page enables viewing and configuration of UPS operating parameters in battery mode and for power restoration.
This menu is accessible only after entering the "Login" and "Password". The following screen is proposed automatically:
The default login and password are: MGEUPS
Each field accepts up to 10 characters max.
After the login and password are entered, they remain active for 5 minutes.
If the browser is closed, they will have to be re-entered.
An error in either field results in systematic rejection of the requested action (save, page access, card reboot…). After three unsuccessful
attempts, the browser must be rebooted.
These two fields do not travel "decoded" on the IT network. They are encrypted with an MD5 type algorithm, ensuring total confidentiality.
In the event of password loss, the user can return to the default values via the maintenance menu.
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Click on the "Shutdown parameters" section in the menu to see the list of parameters.
When you click the Show advanced parameters option, extra parameters are displayed. These parameters enable, in particular, adjustment of
certain thresholds related to the percentage of remaining battery charge level.
The Output column enables the output to be named (maximum 20 characters, "Master" by default).
Shutdonw criteria are describe below:
- If remaining time under (0 to 99999 seconds, 180 by default) is the minimum remaining backup time from which the shutdown sequence is
launched.
- If remaining time ratio under (0 to 100%); this value cannot be less than that of the UPS and is the minimum remaining battery capacity
level from which the shutdown sequence is launched. (20% be default)
- after (0 to 99999 minutes, not validated by default) is the operating time in minutes left for users after a switch to backup before starting the
shutdown sequence.
Shutdown duration (120 seconds by default) is the time required for complete shutdown of systems when a switch to backup time is long
enough to trigger the shutdown sequences. It is calculated automatically at the maximum of Shutdown duration of subscribed clients but can
be modified in the Advanced mode.
The restart section is not used for Galaxy 7000.
Export settings to file: Enables exportation ("Download" button) and saving of card configuration information.
Import settings from file: Enables selection of a configuration file ("Browse" button) and uploading ("Upload" button) of card configuration
information
The administrator has to click on Save to save any modifications.
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6.2.4 Measurements
Click on "Measurements" in the menu
The following measurements are saved and time-stamped:
"AC Normal : Average voltage": Value of the utility average voltage supplying the UPS (1)
"AC Normal : Frequency": Value of the utility frequency supplying the UPS (1)
"AC Normal : Total current": Value of the utility total current supplying the UPS (1)
"AC Output : Average voltage": Value of the output average voltage of your UPS
"AC Output : Frequency": Value of the output frequency of your UPS
"AC Output : Power (kVA)": Value in kVA of the output power of your UPS for each phase
"AC Output : Power (kVW)": Value in kW of the output power of your UPS for each phase
"Battery : Capacity (%)": Percentage of charge available in the battery (1)
The save frequency of these values is defined in the "System" page (60 seconds by default). Approximately 435 time-stamps are stored
permanently on the card. The oldest time-stamps are automatically deleted.
"Save Log" enables all saved values to be opened or saved in CSV format. (compatible with Excel type spreadsheets)
"Clear Log" enables deletion of all records. Enter the login/password to validate this action.
(1) : Value displayed is not sigficative with a Static Switch Cabinet unit.
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6.2.5 Event log
Click on "Event Log" in the menu
"Save log" enables all saved values to be opened or saved in CSV format. (compatible with Excel type spreadsheets)
"Clear log" enables deletion of all records. The administrator must enter his/her login / password to validate this action.
The table of managed alarms is included in the appendix.
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6.2.6 System log
Click on "System log". in the menu
"Save log" enables all saved values to be opened or saved in CSV format. (compatible with Excel type spreadsheets)
"Clear log" enables deletion of all records. The administrator must enter his/her login / password to validate this action.
The table of managed alarms is included in the appendix.
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6.3
Notification
6.3.1 Email Notification
The card offers the possibility of redirecting UPS alarms to an e-mail server. The format of these e-mails is compatible with mobile telephone
transfer systems using text messages (SMS).
Value displayed is not sigficative with a Static Switch Cabinet unit:
UPS on Battery
UPS On Normal
UPS Off Sequence in progress
Low Battery
Battery Fault
Battery OK
Charger fault
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Recipient List: On the left side of this page, up to four recipients can be configured to receive e-mails from the card. Each addressee has its
own trigger events, selected from the right side of the page, for which an e-mail is sent. The card’s log indicates e-mail transmission errors
Each recipient is configured with the following parameters
Recipient: (Field is limited to 49 characters) this is the e-mail address of the person or department to receive the e-mail.
The default value is recipientx@domain.com
Attached files: The files selected (Measurements, Event log, System log, Environment measurements) are enclosed with each e-mail sent.
The files are sent in CSV format
Periodic report: In addition to the e-mails sent when events occur, a periodic e-mail containing the 3 log files can be sent to the recipient
every x days at the time specified by the user.
To configure the first transmission, specify the day, time and frequency of the next transmission in the "next report" box. After this date, the
page will show the date and time of the next transmission.
Data are sent in CSV format.
Save: Saves any modifications.
Test enables an e-mail to be sent to the recipient immediately. This is one way of checking e-mail transmission, particularly access to the
SMTP server configured in "Network" settings. A transmission report is added to the system log.
The event label in the subject and text of the message is replaced with a test label.
If the user makes any modifications to the page, they must be saved before using the "Test" function.
Notified events:
The right side of the page shows the events that can be notified.
By default, only the main events of battery operation and a few UPS alarms are accessible. All the events appear if the Show/Hide Events
option is actuated.
By default, two events are selected for notification. The user can modify this pre-selection by ticking other events or can, on the contrary,
restore the initial configuration by clicking Set Default.
Email Message Settings: access to the message configuration page
Network Settings: enables the name of the SMTP server to be entered.
Export settings to file: Enables exportation ("Download" button) and saving of card parameterisation information.
Import settings from file: Enables selection of configuration file ("Browse" button) and uploading ("Upload" button) of card configuration
information.
The administrator has to click on Save to save any modifications.
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6.3.2 E-mail Message Settings
This page enables customisation of the content of the messages received by recipients of e-mails sent by the card.
Customisation is common to the four recipients that can be notified (see E-mail notification).
Sender
(59 characters maximum) identifies the source of the message. The default value is ups@domain.com.
This field is free. However, depending on the type of SMTP server configuration, it is possible that the server checks that the domain name
contained in the Sender address exists, and even that the user in the Sender address belongs to this domain.
Subject
enables the user to specify the subject of the e-mail to be sent. By entering some free text and selecting from several optional fields, if
desired, the message subject is built:
- UPS name recalls the name of the UPS; it may or may not be selected.
- UPS location recalls the geographic location of the UPS (see System Settings); it may or may not be selected.
- Event message identifies the event generating the e-mail; it may or may not be selected.
- Message text is a free zone.
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The body of the e-mail sent is composed of:
- Message text, which is free text.
- The date and time of the event, as saved in the log.
- URL of the card, enabling a direct link with the card to be established.
- Attachments, as configured for the e-mail recipients. - Duplication of the subject, as configured.
6.4
Configuration
The parameters of this menu can only be modified after entering the "Login" and "Password". The following screen is proposed automatically:
The default login and password are: MGEUPS
Each field accepts up to 10 characters max.
After the login and password are entered, they remain active for 5 minutes.
If the browser is closed, they will have to be re-entered.
An error in either field results in systematic rejection of the requested action (save, page access, card reboot…). After three unsuccessful
attempts, the browser must be rebooted.
These two fields do not travel "decoded" on the IT network. They are encrypted with an MD5 type algorithm, ensuring total confidentiality.
In the event of password loss, the user can return to the default values via the maintenance menu.
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6.4.1 Network settings
Click on "Network" in the menu.
This menu enables the administrator to configure the network parameters of the card and authorisation of the remote upgrade of the
embedded system.
IP Address: The IP address of the card (e.g.: 172.17.22.252).
Subnet Mask: The mask of the sub-network of your network (e.g.: 255.255.255.0).
Gateway Address: Indicate the IP address of the gateway to access the stations located outside the card’s subnet (e.g.: 172.17.17.1).
Hostname must be suited to the card. This is the first part of the fully qualified domain name, used by the DNS.
As the card does not support NetBIOS protocol, the hostname will only be sent to DNS if the DHCP server sends it the hostname with the new
IP address. This mechanism is described in the update of the DNS protocol RFC 2136
Domain Name is the domain to which the card belongs. This is the part of the fully qualified domain name that follows the hostname and is
used by the DNS. The default value of the two parameters comprising the fully qualified domain name: ups.domain.com
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BOOTP/DHCP: Authorises (choose "Enabled") configuration of network parameters with your BootP/DHCP server when the card is booted.
Mode of card operation with server: After each startup, the card makes 5 attempts to recover the network parameters. If no response is
received from the server, the card boots with the last saved parameters from the previous start. These parameters are those shown on the
page.
The default value for this parameter is "Enable"
Note 1: If the hostname is not used, the IP address supplied by the DHCP server must be fixed to maintain connection with the clients
installed on the stations to be protected.
Note 2: During the first connection, if the DHCP query is not successful, the NMC starts with the following IP configuration:
IP address:172.17.16.16
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway Address: 0.0.0.0
Firmware Upload: Authorise (chose "Enabled") remote updating of the card's embedded software.
The default value for this parameter is "Enabled".
Primary DNS Server: contains the IP address of the main DNS server ensuring conversion of the domain name to IP address.
Secondary DNS Server: contains the IP address of the secondary DNS server ensuring conversion of the domain name to IP address if the
primary DNS server is not available.
SMTP Server: contains the name or IP address of the local server with which the card connects to send e-mails.
It may be filled in either as host + domain name (DNS resolution), or directly with the IP address.
The default value is smtpserver. The card uses the standard port (25) for sending e-mails.
Export settings to file: Enables exportation ("Download" button) and saving of card configuration information.
Import settings from file: Enables selection of a configuration file ("Browse" button) and uploading ("Upload" button) of card configuration
information.
Important note:
The card must be rebooted after any changes to these parameters.. See "System" page
Security: The administrator has to click on Save and enter his/her login/password to save any modifications.
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6.4.2 System
Click on "System" in the menu.
This menu enables the customisation of the information on the UPS properties pages.
UPS Contact: This text field is limited to 49 characters. Enter the name of the person responsible for UPS administration at IT network level
and/or electrical maintenance. This field does not appear on any other Web page. By default, its value is "Computer Room Manager".
UPS Location: Enter a description (limited to 49 characters) of the location of the UPS in your installation (e.g. Computer room E1-C066).
This text is displayed in the home page. By default, its value is "Computer Room".
Default Language: Enables initialisation of the browser language at card connection.
Choice of one of the available languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian changes the language of the html interface pages (reboot
the browser after modification).
History log interval: [from 5 to 99999 sec., 60 by default]. Measurement save period.
Environment log interval: [from 60 to 99999 sec., 300 by default]. Temperature and humidity measurement save period.
Reset Communication button: performs a remote reboot of the card without modifying the configuration. This action is compulsory for
consideration of any changes made on the "Network Settings" page. Security of this operation is ensured by requesting Login and Password.
Factory Reset button: enables restoration of the default configuration of all the card’s parameters. TCP/IP parameters: IP address, subnet
mask, gateway and BootP/DHCP value are maintained if the "Keep TCP/IP parameters" option is selected. Security of this operation is
ensured by requesting Login and Password. The default login and password are: MGEUPS
Export settings to file: Enables exportation ("Download" button) and saving of card configuration information.
Import settings from file: Enables selection of a configuration file ("Browse" button) and uploading ("Upload" button) of card configuration
information.
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6.4.3 Notified Applications
Click on "Notified Applications" in the menu.
Security: The administrator has to enter his/her login/password in order to view this information.
This menu enables:
The addition of the supervision stations receiving traps and configuration of the trap type.
To list all the Notified Applications and the main parameters.
To test the operation of notified applications
by simulating power loss
by sending a real shutdown sequence.
Up to 50 destinations can be managed by the card.
Important note: It is not necessary to add the Network Shutdown Modules protecting your servers in this list. These modules subscribe and
unsubscribe themselves automatically.
Select an entry in the list to modify the values in the edit zone at the bottom of the page. The table displays the following information:
The All button: Allows the following information to be displayed:
Nr is the index where the application is stored into the table
Hostname or Address IP: By priority, the hostname of the computer is displayed when the IP address can be converted into a hostname by a
DNS server or if the application has been entered as a hostname.
Application Name: sent by the application during subscription or entered manually.
Output: number of the UPS output from which the client is powered.
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Configuration: shows where the parameters of the Network Shutdown Module come from: Local (coming from the application) or Central
(coming from the card).
The Central shutdown configuration is available by clicking on the Configuration link.
Shutdown duration: the shutdown duration necessary to properly shutdown the computer.
Shutdown after: the time available to the user from the power failure until the launch of the shutoff sequence of the UPS and equipment. This
parameter is optional.
Many actions are available on this page:
Remove: Depending on the kind of application, the selected ones will definitively disappear from the table as SNMP applications, or they will
disappear and automatically re-subscribe as Network Shutdown Module applications.
Utility failure Test: Two alarms, 'Utility failure' and 'Utility restored' spaced 60 seconds apart, will be sent to the applications selected, making
sure that the applications can be reached over the network.
Shutdown Test: This test simulates a UPS on battery operation. It enables an easy check to see if the server protection works correctly.
- No intervention on the UPS is required.
- The applications selected will process the simultaneous alarms and perform an actual shutdown sequence.
WARNING!
- This test will generate a REAL shutdown sequence of the selected servers on which the Network Shutdown Module application is
running.
Add NMS: allows an SNMP trap receiver to be added such as a Network Management System.
Modify NMS: allows an SNMP trap receiver to be modified.
Both buttons open a new window where it is possible to enter the Application name, the Hostname or IP Address, the Trap community
and the severity.
The default severity value is 1 - Warning
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6.4.4 Central shutdown configuration
The menu Shutdown Parameters is not present with a UPS Static Switch Cabinet.
Click on "Notified Applications" in the menu, then "Configuration".
This page is used to define either the "shutdown" or the "notification" settings used by the Network Shutdown Modules that connect to
Network Management Card. These settings are used by the Network Shutdown Modules if they are in central-configuration mode or if their
configuration is not valid.
Shutdown duration: the shutdown duration necessary to properly shutdown the computer.
Shutdown after: the time available to the user from the power failure until the launch of the shutoff sequence of the UPS and equipment. This
parameter is optional. Uncheck the box if you wish not to use this parameter.
Broadcast : Sends network notifications to the Administrators and Users groups on events declared in the server hosting the NSM
If you wish to set up a new configuration for the Network Shutdown Modules already set to "central-configuration mode", proceed as indicated
below:
Change the Network Shutdown Module parameters in the "Notified Applications" page.
Click the "Save" button.
In this page, select the NSMs for which you want to apply the new configuration.
Press the "Remove" button.
The NSMs selected will disconnect then reconnect and use the new configuration.
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6.4.5 Access control
Click on "Access Control" in the menu.
To access this page, the login and password are systematically requested if they have not already been entered.
This menu enables configuration of the different parameters enabling secure access to the card via a browser or SNMP.
Login: This text field is limited to 10 characters. - Enables secure access and modification of pages. Default value "MGEUPS".
Change / Confirm password: This text field is limited to 10 characters. - Enables secure access to Configuration menu pages. Default value
"MGEUPS".
Current Community Read name: Indicates the SNMP community name used for read operations.
Change Community Read-Only: This text field is limited to 49 characters - Enables the SNMP community name used for read operations to
be changed.
Security mode: manages the various authentication methods for page access
Authentication for configuration: Only the configuration pages are protected by login / password.
Full authentication: All pages are protected by login / password.
SSL and full authentication: All pages are protected by login / password and are only accessible in SSL
SSL Access: When selected, access to the Web interface is made in secure mode (https).
Connections with Network Shutdown Modules stay in standard mode (secure TCP)
SSL Security Implementation:
SSL
version 3.0
TLS
version 1.0
Method
TLS_RSA_WITH_512_MD5
Auth
RSA
Key Exchange RSA
Encryption
RC4_512
Digest
MD5
Changes take effect after a card reboot
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Export settings to file: Enables exportation ("Download" button) and saving of card configuration information.
Import settings from file: Enables selection of a configuration file ("Browse" button) and uploading ("Upload" button) of card
configuration information
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6.4.6 Date and time
Click on "Date and Time" in the menu.
This menu enables initialisation of the date and time of the card in three different ways.
The date format is always of year/month/day type
Set manually: Enables initialisation of the date and time of the card, with the values entered in the Date and Time fields. This update is made
after clicking on the "Save" button.
Maximum drift is +/- 2 min./month
Note 1:
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6.4.7 Firmware upload
Click on "Firmware Upload" in the menu.
This menu enables a new firmware version to be uploaded
To upload a new version of the card's firmware, select the file to be loaded using the "Browse…" button and click Upload.
Do not interrupt the operation before the card displays the following screen:
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6.5
Environment Sensor (option)
The environment sensor (66846) is an option that enables temperature and humidity to be measured, and indication of the position of two
external contacts. It is connected with a standard network cable to the Card Settings port of the Network Management Card.
The card automatically detects sensor presence. The main menu then displays an additional section "Environment" with the following
elements:
Status
Configuration
Log
Important note: To switch the serial port to the configuration mode, just disconnect the cable and reset the card.
6.5.1 Characteristics
Temperature measurement from 0 to 70 °C with +/- 1° C accuracy
Measurement of humidity from 0 to 100% with +/- 6% accuracy
Min / max time-stamped function for temperature and humidity
Choice of temperature readings in Celsius or Fahrenheit
High and low thresholds, hysteresis and offset adjustable via Web interface
Possibility of notification of status changes by e-mail, SMS or SNMP trap
Position detection of 2 dry contacts (maximum sensor/contact distance: 20 m)
Name and status of each configurable contact
Recording of events and measurements in the card log
Possibility of shutting down the installation safely if one of the thresholds is exceeded or dry contact status change
Connection to the Network Management Card by CAT5 straight RJ45 network cables (maximum card/sensor distance: 20 m)
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6.5.2 Environment Status
For both measurements, a graduated gauge proposes the following functions:
The cursor indicates the current value.
Two red zones to the left and right represent the high and low thresholds that can be set on the Environment Settings page.
When the measured value enters one of these zones, an alarm can be notified (see Notification parameter in the Environment Settings page).
Time-stamped minimum and maximum temperatures show the extreme values recorded since the last Reset Min/Max, a thin dotted line
shows their positions on the gauge.
Min and Max can be forced at any time to the current value by clicking on the Reset Min/Max button.
Calibrate: The sensor is factory-calibrated, but the user can apply an offset to adjust the measurement.
Input #1 and Input #2 show the position of the two contacts acquired by the sensor.
The position is displayed with the parameters entered in the Environment Settings page.
The last status change of each contact is time-stamped.
The Internet browser updates this page every 10 seconds
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6.5.3 Environment Settings
The environment sensor measures temperature, humidity and gives the status of the 2 contacts (used for door, alarms or generator unit).
The temperature and humidity thresholds can be adjusted and can trigger notification and correct shutdown of the protected system.
The Sensor name is the function name given to the sensor, usually it enables location of the sensor.
Temperature: Choose the temperature unit (°C or °F) from the s election box.
High threshold: if this value is exceeded, a notification if enabled. The default value is 40 °C / 104 °F.
Low threshold: If this value is exceeded, a notification if enabled. The default value is 5 °C / 41 °F.
Hysteresis must be set to prevent multiple notifications if temperature fluctuates around a threshold.
The default value is 2 °C / -3.6 °F.
The high alarm disappears when the value drops below the High threshold - Hysteresis value
The low alarm disappears when the value returns above the Low threshold - Hysteresis value
Humidity
High threshold: If this value is exceeded, a notification is sent if this is validated. The default value is 90%.
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Low threshold: If this value is exceeded, a notification is sent if this is validated. The default value is 5%.
Hysteresis must be set to prevent multiple notifications if humidity fluctuates around a threshold. The default value is 5%.
The high alarm disappears when the value drops below the High threshold - Hysteresis value
The low alarm disappears when the value returns above the Low threshold - Hysteresis value
Input #1 and Input #2: Enter an identifier corresponding to the acquired contact (e.g.: rack door, air conditioning, generator unit, etc.). Max.
length is 28 characters.
when closed and when open: are the names associated to the two contact positions. (e.g.: "open" and "closed" for a door, "On" and "Off" for a
generator).
Each status change triggers a notification if enabled.
When the Notification box is enabled, the following functions are activated for each event selected:
display in the list of current alarms
Consideration in the UPS log
SNMP trap generation
notification by e-mail (if the Environment sensor notification option is enabled in the e-mail notification page)
The list of messages is given in the appendix
System shutdown can be triggered for each notification if this option is enabled. If notification is disabled, the Shutdown option cannot be
used.
Export settings to file: Enables exportation ("Download" button) and saving of card configuration information.
Import settings from file: Enables selection of a configuration file ("Browse" button) and uploading ("Upload" button) of card configuration
information.
Security: The user must be identified to access this page.
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6.5.4 Log
The two environment sensor measurements: Temperature and Humidity are recorded at an interval defined by the Environment log interval in
the System settings page.
By default, this period is 300 seconds.
Each measurement is dated and stored in the log of the UPS’s communication card.
The size of log files is limited by a time indexing system.
The user can Save the log on his/her workstation at any time, in a CSV format file.
The user can also Clear the files contained in the card to reset the log.
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7
Server protection
7.1
Set-up of the shutdown parameters
The Network Shutdown Module, on protected server boot, subscribes itself automatically to notified applications list and sends its essential
data:
IP Address or hostname of the server on which it is installed: So that the card can inform it of power events.
Time required to shutdown the server (Shutdown Duration, configurable in the "Set-up" menu of each NSM): The card takes into account the
longest shutdown time of all the Network Shutdown Modules subscribed (This is the Shutdown duration of the Shutdown parameters) page
to manage UPS shutdowns without affecting any of Shutdown Modules connected.
During normal operation, the Network Shutdown Module periodically checks its connection with the card.
In case of a major power event, the card sends information to the Network Shutdown Module which reacts according to the situation.
(shutdown order, programmed actions, messages to the administrator and to users via the network)
When the server shuts down, the Network Shutdown Module unsubscribes itself from the notified applications.
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7.2
Shutdown criteria managed by the Network Management Card
During an extended power failure, three criteria may cause the server shutdown procedure to be initiated. If several criteria are selected, (See
page Shutdown parameters), the first criterion encountered will launch the shutdown procedure.
Utility failure
Battery
autonomy
ratio
Start of the shutdown sequence
Shutdown after :
UPS may go
on bypass,
load is no more
protected
Delay before
shutdown
100%
Remaining autonomy
If remaining time under
Shutdown if
remainig time
ratio under
Shutdown duration
t
0%
Card parameters
UPS parameters
7.2.1 Backup time before initiating the shutdown procedure (Shutdown After - Shutdown
Timer)
When the UPS switches to battery, the Network Management Card starts the Shutdown Timer countdown and launches the system shutdown
procedure at the end of the countdown.
This value must be chosen so that users have time to complete their tasks and disconnect, without exceeding battery backup time.
Note 1:
The Network Shutdown Module can also manage its own Shutdown Timer (configurable in the Shutdown Module"set-up" menu of each
Network Shutdown Module) launched when the UPS switches to battery.
Note that if this criterion is selected to initiate system shutdown, automatic system reboot when power is restored is not guaranteed (e.g.
power restoration if only this system was shut down).
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7.2.2 Initiating the shutdown procedure when the battery autonomy ratio is lower than: (If
remaining time ratio under)
When the card detects that the remaining time ratio (percentage) is less than the configured level, the shutdown sequence is started.
By default, this value is set at 20%.
This ratio is equal in % to :
Current autonomy time / Autonomy time announced at the beginning of the UPS on battery sequence
Note:
The UPS already manages an equivalent parameter for the end of backup pre-alarm.
The card does not accept values less than that programmed in the UPS.
Check the UPS documentation.
7.2.3 Shutdown when backup time is less than
When the Network Management Card detects that the percentage of backup time remaining is less than the value set, the shutdown
sequence is started.
7.2.4 Shutdown duration
Duration (in seconds) required for the system protected by the Shutdown Modules to shut down.
The Network Shutdown Modules transmit their own "Shutdown duration" to the Network Management Card.
Based on these values (maximum Shutdown duration of all subscribed customer systems) that the card will send to the delayed shutdown
order to the UPS.
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8 Teleservice
8.1.1 Teleservice procedure
◗ Install the Network Management Teleservice Card kit using the present manual.
◗ Contact your customer service for start the Teleservice option.
◗ Send the form to your Teleservice center (by Fax or Internet).
◗ Your center will activate this service.
◗ Then you will receive an acknowledgement of receipt.
The information form must be sent back in order to trigger remote monitoring of your equipment.
The Teleservice center gives the data base information from the information form sent with the Kit or accessible via www.mgeups.com
◗ During commissioning, the Teleservice center downloads the UPS data
◗ Recognition code
◗ Teleservice center telephone Number
◗ Call rule
◗ Starting from that moment, in case of condition changes, NMTC manages the activation of the call to the Teleservice center.
8.1.2 General overview
Local Public
Line Phone
Galaxy
Country Teleservice Center
NMTC
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9 Configuration via RS232
Use the cord supplied with the card.
Connect the card to a computer equipped with a hyperterminal type emulator. The serial link must be set at 9600 baud, 8 bits, no parity, 1 stop
bit, and without flow control.
Check that UPS power is on.
Enter the MGEUPS or mgeups password (non modifiable).
The menu is in English only.
9.1
Choice 1: Restart / Reset
Use this function to restart the card; two choices are possible
1 : Hardware Reset: Equivalent to a restart of the electrical power supply.
2 : Restart application: Restarts only the application part.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------Reset
----------------------------------------------------------------------------1 : Hardware Reset
2 : Restart application
0 : Exit
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
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9.2
Choice 2: Network Configuration
Use this function to access network settings.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------Network settings
----------------------------------------------------------------------------1 : Read Network settings
2 : Modify Network settings
3 : Set Ethernet speed
0 : Exit
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
9.2.1 Choice 1: Read Network settings
Enables reading of the card's routine settings
Network configuration :
MAC address : 00:06:23:00:1F:8F
Mode : Static IP
IP address : 172.17.18.129
Subnet mask : 255.255.248.0
Gateway : 172.17.17.1
9.2.2
Choice 2: Modify Network settings
Enables the modification of network parameters
For each of the following questions, you can press <Return> to select the value
shown in braces, or you can enter a new value.
Should this target obtain IP settings from the network?[N]
Static IP address [172.17.18.129]?
Subnet Mask IP address [255.255.248.0]?
Gateway address IP address [172.17.17.1]?
Wait during your new configuration is saved ...
Reset the card to take into account the new configuration.
In DHCP mode, the card can receive the following parameters according to the DHCP server settings
IP address
Subnet Mask
Gateway address
Primary DNS server
Secondary DNS server
The card must be restarted in order for the new parameters to be taken into account.
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9.2.3 Choice 3: Set Ethernet speed
Enables the modification of the network speed
Set the Ethernet speed : [1 : Automatic, 2 : 10 MBit]
1
New Ethernet speed : Automatic
Wait during the new setting is saved ...
Reset the card to take into account the new configuration.
The card must be restarted in order for the new parameters to be taken into account.
9.3
Choice 3: Lost password / Set Login Password to Default
In the even the login or password is lost, choice 3 enables the return to the default password:
----------------------------------------------------------------------------MGE UPS SYSTEMS
NETWORK MANAGEMENT CARD
----------------------------------------------------------------------------1 : Reset
2 : Network configuration
3 : Set Login Password to Default
4 : Return to Default Configuration
0 : Exit
----------------------------------------------------------------------------Wait during Login Password return to default ...
Wait for the confirmation message.
Login Password are succefully been set.
The card is now accessible via the Web with the password MGEUPS.
The card must be restarted in order for the new parameters to be taken into account.
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9.4
Choice 4: Return to Default Configuration
Enables restoration of the default configuration of all the card’s parameters
----------------------------------------------------------------------------MGE UPS SYSTEMS
NETWORK MANAGEMENT CARD
----------------------------------------------------------------------------1 : Reset
2 : Network configuration
3 : Set Login Password to Default
4 : Return to Default Configuration
0 : Exit
----------------------------------------------------------------------------Wait during configuration returns to default ...
Wait for the confirmation message.
Configuration has been set to default one.
You must Reset the card.
The card must be restarted in order for the new parameters to be taken into account.
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10 Modbus/Jbus installation & use
10.1 Installation
10.1.1 RS232 link configuration and connection
Set the SA2 switches like below:
The next figure shows the details of the connection in RS232 mode:
Pin number
Function
1
Received data (input)
2
Not connected
3
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10.1.2 RS485 link configuration and connection
10.1.2.1 RS485 connection
Normally, the master of the network sets the polarity of the line. The INMC card is a slave equipment and don’t have polarisation resistor.
The two ends of the line must be terminated. Allow for 1 or 2 terminators to avoid mismatching the line when any equipment at the end of the
line is disconnected.
The next figure gives the detail of the RS485 connector and the internals drivers:
Pin number
Function
1
R- : Receiver - (input)
2
R+ : Receiver + (input)
3
4
5
T- : Transmitter (output)
T+ : Transmitter +
(output)
0V
Important notes:
Use twisted pair cable (cable specification 0.3mm2 and capacitance 42pF/m)
The transmission range will increase if a cable with lower capacitance and larger diameter is used.
Use shielded cable in heavy industrial environments.
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The settings of the RS485 link are made through the SA1 switches:
SA1 description:
1: Polarization + to T2: Polarization - to T+
3: Link termination between T- to R- (2 wires configuration) if set to ON
4: Connection T- to R- (2 wires configuration) if set to ON
5: Connection T+ to R+ (2 wires configuration) if set to ON
6: Polarization + to R7: Polarization - to R+
8: Link termination between R+ and R- if set to ON
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10.1.2.2 RS485 link configuration for 2 wires connexion
Set the SA2 switches like below to set the RS485 mode:
Set the SA1 switches to select the two wires configuration with no termination:
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Set the SA1 switches to select the two wires configuration with termination:
The next figure gives a typical bus structure in the two wires configuration:
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10.1.2.3 RS485 link configuration for 4 wires connexion
Set the SA2 switches like below:
Set the SA1 switches to select the four wires configuration with no termination:
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Set the SA1 switches to select the four wires configuration with termination:
The next figure gives a typical bus structure in the four wires configuration:
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10.1.3 Configuration of the JBUS/MODBUS communication parameters
Connect the card to a computer equipped with a Hyper terminal type emulator. The serial link must be set at 9600 baud, 8 bits, no parity, 1
stop bit, and without flow control.
Check that UPS power is on.
Enter the MGEUPS or mgeups password (non modifiable).
The next menu appears:
----------------------------------------------------------------------------MGE UPS SYSTEMS
NETWORK MANAGEMENT CARD
----------------------------------------------------------------------------1 : Reset
2 : Network configuration
3 : Set Login Password to Default
4 : Return to Default Configuration
5 : Jbus configuration
6 : Sensor configuration
0 : Exit
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type 5 and return to display the JBUS configuration menu.
The next menu appears:
----------------------------------------------------------------------------Jbus settings
----------------------------------------------------------------------------1 : Display Jbus settings
2 : Modify Jbus settings
3 : Display Jbus diagnostics
4 : Reset Jbus diagnostics
5 : Return to Jbus Default Configuration
6 : Display Jbus frames
0 : Exit
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
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10.1.3.1 Choice 1: Display Jbus settings
Enables reading of the card's Jbus settings
Jbus configuration :
Slave number : 7
Speed : 9600 bds
Data : 8 bits
stop bit : 1
Parity : None
10.1.3.2 Choice 2: Modify Jbus settings
Enables the modification of Jbus settings.
Setting Jbus configuration :
Set Slave number : 0x7
Set the Baud Rate [1: 38400, 2: 19200, 3: 9600, 4: 4800, 5: 2400, 6: 1200] :3
Set data format [1: 8 bits, 2: 7 bits] :1
Set stop bit [1: 1 bits, 2: 2 bits] :1
Set Parity [1: None, 2: Even, 3: Odd] :1
Wait during the new setting is saved ...
TLS/ Slave JBUS initialized
The Jbus configuration is now updated.
10.1.3.3 Choice 3: Display Jbus diagnostics
Enables reading of the Jbus diagnostics.
Jbus diagnostics :
Cpt1 - Bus Message Count:0
Cpt2 - CRC Error Count :0
Cpt3 - Slave Exception Error Count:0
Cpt4 - Slave Message Count:0
Cpt5 - Slave No Response Count:0
Cpt6 - Slave NAK Count:0
Cpt7 - Slave Busy Count:0
Cpt8 - Bus Caracter Overrun Count:0
Cpt9 - Slave Correct Response Count:0
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10.1.3.4 Choice 4: Reset Jbus diagnostics
Reset the Jbus diagnostic counters.
10.1.3.5 Choice 5: Return to Jbus Default Configuration
Returns to the Jbus default configuration (0x01, 9600, 8, 1, none)
Wait during Jbus configuration returns to default ...
Jbus Configuration has been set to default one.
10.1.3.6 Choice 6: Display Jbus frames
Enables the display of the Jbus frames:
Recv : 01 01 00 00 00 64 3d e1
Send : 01 81 02 c1 91
Recv : 01 03 00 62 00 64 e5 ff
Send : 01 03 c8 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ...
Recv : 01 01 00 00 00 64 3d e1
Send : 01 81 02 c1 91
Recv : 01 03 00 62 00 64 e5 ff
Send : 01 03 c8 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ...
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10.2 Additional Web pages
The INMC card Jbus parameters could be set through the next page:
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10.3 Modbus register map
10.3.1 Status table
Status description
Status to
0
Status to 1
Word (hex)
Bit (0-15)
Load powered (protected or not)
No
yes
40
0
Load Protected (UPS coupled)
No
yes
40
1
Unit general alarm
No
yes
40
2
UPS in backup (Nota 5)
No
yes
40
4
Battery low warning (Nota 5)
No
yes
40
5
Low battery (Nota 5)
No
yes
40
6
Operation on static switch
No
yes
40
7
Communication fault
absent
present
40
9
UPS overload
No
yes
40
A
Emergency stop
absent
present
40
B
No
yes
40
D
Battery to be checked or External battery
monitoring fault (Nota 5)
Device ventilation fault (Nota 6)
No
yes
40
E
Frequency converter
false
true
41
0
UPS type (Nota 4)
0, 5, 6 : undefine,
41
1
1 : Unitary,
41
2
2 : Modulare,
41
3
3 : parallel:
4 : SSC
Manual bypass switch (Q3BP)
Open
Closed
41
6
Battery deep discharge protection (Nota 5)
disable
Enable
41
8
Rectifier internal failure (Nota 5)
No
Yes
41
9
Protection Lost in parallel installation
No
Yes
41
A
Battery present (Nota 5)
absent
present
42
0
No fault
Fault
42
2
No
yes
42
8
Fault
42
A&D
Closed
42
F
Battery test (Nota 5)
Battery test in progress (Nota 5)
Battery over temperature (Nota 5)
Battery circuit breaker (QF1) (Nota 5)
present
No fault
present
Open
AC Normal switch (Q1)
Open
Closed
44
3
AC Normal voltage out of tolerance (Nota 5)
No
yes
44
8
AC Normal fuse fault (Nota 5)
No
yes
44
9
AC Normal frequency out of tolerance (Nota 5)
No
yes
44
B
Redundancy lost
No
yes
45
7
K2S present (Nota 7)
No
yes
45
8
K2S fault (Nota 7)
No
yes
45
9
K2S state (Nota 7)
No
yes
45
10
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Status to
Status description
Status to 1
0
Word (hex)
Bit (0-15)
Overlaptransfert fault on SSC
No
yes
45
11
Maintenance position
No
yes
46
1
AC bypass overload (Nota 7)
No
yes
46
5
AC bypass thermal overload (Nota 7)
No
yes
46
6
AC bypass fault (Nota 7)
No
yes
46
7
AC bypass frequency out of tolerance (Nota 7)
No
yes
46
9
AC bypass voltage out of tolerance (Nota 7)
No
yes
46
A
Phase AC bypass out of tolerance (Nota 7)
No
yes
46
B
AC bypass sitch (Q4S)
Open
Closed
46
E
AC bypass internal fault (Nota 7)
absent
present
47
0
Forced desynchronization
absent
present
47
1
Bypass frequency independent (Nota 7)
absent
present
47
8
Output switch (Q5N)
Open
Closed
47
B
Charger general fault
No
Yes
49
0
Battery charge (Nota 5)
No
Yes
49
3&1
(bit1 for
legacy
product)
Chopper major fault (Nota 5)
No
Yes
4A
1
Inverter major fault (Nota 5)
No
Yes
4C
1
Inverter overload (Nota 5)
No
Yes
4C
2
Inverter thermal overload (Nota 5)
No
Yes
4C
3
Inverter limitation (Nota 5)
No
Yes
4C
4
UPS fuse fault (Nota 5)
absent
Present
4C
5
Load Short circuit
absent
Present
4F
1
Nota 1 : for Battery charge it is necessary to set 2 bits, for legacy JBUS table
Nota 3 : switch status equal 1, when closed
Nota 4 :
INMC/NMTC
Galaxy
@41 Hex
@41 Bin
@41 Bit3
@41 Bit2
@41 Bit1
@41 Bit 1, 2 and 3 in Dec
Unitary
2
0010
0
0
1
1
Modular
Parallel
4
0100
0
1
0
2
6
0110
0
1
1
3
SSC
8
1000
1
0
0
4
Nota 5 : This Information is not present with a Static Switch Cabinet unit.
Nota 6 : Device Ventilation Fault is present only in a Static Switch Cabinet 800kVA, this information is not present in a Static Switch Cabinet
1200kVA
Nota 7 : For a configuration with UPS in parallel with SCC unit, the Main 2 data need to read on the card installed in the SSC unit.
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10.3.2 Measurement table
Description of the physical quantity
Word (hex)
Unit
I1 (I phase 1) mains 1 (Nota 1)
100
A
I2 (I phase 2) mains 1 (Nota 1)
101
A
I3 (I phase 3) mains 1 (Nota 1)
102
A
I1 (I phase 1) mains 2 (Nota 2)
106
A
I2 (I phase 2) mains 2 (Nota 2)
107
A
I3 (I phase 3) mains 2 (Nota 2)
108
A
I1 (I phase 1) output
109
A
I2 (I phase 2) output
10A
A
I3 (I phase 3) output
10B
A
I battery (Nota 1)
10E
A
U12 mains 1 (Nota 1)
115
V
U23 mains 1 (Nota 1)
116
V
U31 mains 1 (Nota1)
117
V
U mains 2 (phase 1) (Nota 2)
11E
V
U mains 2 (phase 2) (Nota 2)
11F
V
U mains 2 (phase 3) (Nota 2)
120
V
U12 mains 2 (Nota 2)
121
V
U23 mains 2 (Nota 2)
122
V
U31 mains 2 (Nota 2)
123
V
U1N output
124
V
U2N output
125
V
U3N output
126
V
U12 output
127
V
U23 output
128
V
U31 output
129
V
U battery (Nota 1)
12D
V
Output active power (phase 1)
130
kW
Output active power (phase 2)
131
kW
Output active power (phase 3)
132
kW
Output apparent power (phase 1)
133
kVA
Output apparent power (phase 2)
134
kVA
Output apparent power (phase 3)
135
kVA
Output total active power
136
kW
Output total apparent power
137
kVA
% output load level
139
%
Peak factor phase 1 x 100
13A
-
Peak factor phase 2 x 100
13B
-
Peak factor phase 3 x 100
13C
-
Power factor x 100
13D
-
AC normal frequency (Nota 1)
13E
dHz
AC bypass frequency
140
dHz
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Description of the physical quantity
Word (hex)
Unit
Output frequency
141
dHz
Battery backup time (Nota 1)
149
Min
Battery temperature (Nota 1)
14A
°C
Battery charging level (Nota 1)
14B
%
U AC normal (phase 1) (Nota 1)
150
V
U AC normal (phase 2) (Nota 1)
151
V
U AC normal (phase 3) (Nota 1)
152
V
Number of battery block (Nota 1)
153
-
Total battery capacity (Nota 1)
154
Ah
Nominal Apparent Power
209
kVA
Nominal battery voltage (Nota 1)
213
V
Nota1 : This Information is not present in a Static Switch Cabinet.
Nota2 : For a configuration with UPS in parallel with SCC unit, the Main 2 data need to read on the card installed in the SSC unit.
10.3.3 Product information table
Information description
Word (hex)
Manufacturer name
1A0
Example
Product name
1A8
« GALAXY 7000»
UPS model
1B0
«400 »
Serial number
1B8
« AN2E49008 »
« Schneider
Elec.»
10.3.4 Environnement Sensor Table
10.3.4.1 Sensor Status table
Status description
Status to 0
Status to 1
Word
(hex)
Bit
(015)
Communication fault
no
Yes
45
0
Alarm : temperature too high
no
Yes
45
1
Alarm : temperature too low
no
Yes
45
2
Alarm : humidity too high
no
Yes
45
3
Alarm : humidity too low
no
Yes
45
4
Input 1 alarm
no
Yes
45
5
Input 2 alarm
no
Yes
45
6
Input 1
open
Closed
48
0
Input 2
open
Closed
48
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10.3.4.2 Sensor Measurements table
Description of the physical quantity
Word (hex)
Unit
Temperature measure
180
°C
Maximum temperature
181
°C
Minimum temperature (°C)
184
°C
Humidity measure (%)
187
%
Maximum humidity (%)
188
%
Minimum humidity (%)
18B
%
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10.3.4.3 Sensor customisation table (RO)
Description
Word
Bit
(hex)
(015)
High threshold temperature (°C)
32C
0
Low threshold temperature (°C)
32D
0
Temperature hysteresis (°C)
32E
0
Offset temperature
32F
0
High threshold humidity (%)
330
0
Low threshold humidity (%)
331
0
Humidity hysteresis (%)
332
0
Humidity offset
333
0
Inputs call mask – input 1 close notification
334
0
Inputs call mask – input 2 close notification
334
2
Inputs call mask – low humidity notification
334
7
Inputs call mask – high humidity notification
334
6
Inputs call mask – input 1 open notification
334
1
Inputs call mask – input 2 open notification
334
3
Inputs call mask – low temperature notification
334
5
Inputs call mask – high temperature notification
334
4
Input 1 identification
336
0
Input 2 identification
33A
0
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11 Appendices
11.1 Tables of alarms and events
11.1.1 Table of alarms and UPS events
List of time dated alarms
Alarm on
Alarm off
No Battery
Battery present
Battery temperature fault
Battery temperature OK
Battery charger fault
Battery charger OK
Battery fault
Battery OK
End of Warranty
LCM message OK
Contact MGE http://www.mgeups.com/lcm
End of battery life
LCM message OK
Contacter MGE http://www.mgeups.com/lcm
End of life of the wearing parts
LCM message OK
Contacter MGE http://www.mgeups.com/lcm
Rectifier fault
Rectifier OK
Chopper fault
Chopper OK
Normal AC frequency out of tolerance
Normal AC frequency OK
Normal AC fuses blown
Normal AC fuses OK
Normal AC module fault
Normal AC module OK
Normal AC voltage out of tolerance
Normal AC voltage OK
Normal AC NOK
Normal AC OK
Site wiring fault
Site wiring OK
Bypass AC frequency out of tolerance
Bypass AC frequency OK
Bypass AC phase out of tolerance
Bypass AC phase OK
Bypass AC voltage out of tolerance
Bypass AC voltage OK
Automatic Bypass fault
Automatic Bypass OK
Automatic Bypass overload
Automatic Bypass load OK
Automatic Bypass overtemperature
Automatic Bypass temperature OK
Automatic Bypass thermal overload
Automatic Bypass load OK
Automatic Bypass switch (Q4S) open
Automatic Bypass switch (Q4S) closed
Normal AC switch (Q1) open
Normal AC switch (Q1) closed
Battery switch (QF1) open
Battery switch (QF1) closed
Manual Bypass switch (Q3BP) closed
Manual Bypass switch (Q3BP) open
UPS on manual bypass
Output switch (Q5N) open
Output switch (Q5N) closed
Single wave load fault
Load OK
Inverter limitation
Inverter end of limitation
Inverter fuses blown
Input fuses OK
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Inverter fault
Inverter OK
Inverter overload
Inverter load OK
Inverter thermal overload
Inverter load OK
Load not protected - On Automatic Bypass
Load protected - Return from Bypass
Load short circuit
Load OK
Load not powered
Load powered
Protection Lost
Protection OK
Emergency button ON
Emergency button OFF
Fan fault
Fan OK
Redundancy Lost
Redundancy OK
Low battery
Battery OK
UPS communication failed
UPS communication restored
UPS data base not available
UPS data base OK
UPS on battery
UPS on normal AC
UPS internal fault
UPS OK
UPS overload
UPS returns to normal load
UPS overtemperature
UPS temperature OK
Imminent UPS shutoff
UPS OK
< Sensor Name> : Temperature is above high threshold <xx>
<Sensor Name> : Temperature is in normal range
(°C) or (°F)
< Sensor Name> : Humidity is above high threshold <xx> (%)
<Sensor Name> : Temperature is in normal range
< Sensor Name> : Temperature is below low threshold <xx> °C
<Sensor Name> : Temperature is in normal range
or (°F)
< Sensor Name> : Humidity is below high threshold <xx> (%)
<Sensor Name> : Temperature is in normal range
<Sensor name>: <Input #1 label> <when closed label>
<Sensor name>: <Input #1 label> <when open label>
<Sensor name>: <Input #2 label> <when closed label>
<Sensor name>: <Input #2 label> <when open label>>
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11.1.2 Table of system alarms
Network Management Card startup
Send test mail SUCCESS
Send test mail ERROR
Send mail to <recipient> ERROR
<Sensor name> Communication failure
<Sensor name> Communication restored
Firmware upgraded
Connected NSM list Full, last connection refused
sendTrap()-> Unable to resolve hostname <hostname>
SNMP Send Trap # <num> failure to <hostname>
Time changed by user with yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss
Time synchronized by NSM or EPM with yyyy/mm/dd hh:mm:ss
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11.2 SNMP objects
11.2.1 MGE MIB
The NMC card implement reduce MGEUPS MIB, with the objects bellow managed.
Access to the MGE MIB is 1.3.6.1.4.1.705.1.
MIB object
SNMP Format
Add.path
upsmgIdentFamilyName
String
{1,1,0}
upsmgIdentModelName
String
{1,2,0}
upsmgIdentFirmwareVersion
String
{1,4,0}
upsmgIdentSerialNumber
String
{1,7,0}
upsmgConfigLowBatteryTime (Nota2)
seconds
{4,7,0}
upsmgConfigLowBatteryLevel
%
{4,8,0}
upsmgConfigAutoRestart (Nota2)
1(yes) 2(no)
{4,9,0}
upsmgConfigVARating
VA
{4,12,0}
(Nota2)
upsmgBatteryRemainingTime (Nota2)
seconds
{5,1,0}
upsmgBatteryLevel (Nota2)
%
{5,2,0}
upsmgBatteryVoltage (Nota2)
deciVolts
{5,5,0}
upsmgBatteryCurrent (Nota2)
deciAmps
{5,6,0}
upsmgBatteryTemperature (Nota2)
°C
{5,7,0}
upsmgBatteryFaultBattery (Nota2)
1(yes) 2(no)
{5,9,0}
upsmgBatteryReplacement (Nota2)
1(yes) 2(no)
{5,11,0}
upsmgBatteryLowBattery (Nota2)
1(yes) 2(no)
{5,14,0}
upsmgBatteryChargerFault (Nota2)
1(yes) 2(no)
{5,15,0}
upsmgBatteryLowCondition (Nota2)
1(yes) 2(no)
{5,16,0}
upsmgInputPhaseNum (Nota2)
{6,1,0}
mginputVoltage_1 (Nota2)
DeciVolts
{6,2,1,2,1,0}
mginputVoltage_2 (Nota2)
DeciVolts
{6,2,1,2,2,0}
mginputVoltage_3 (Nota2)
DeciVolts
{6,2,1,2,3,0}
mginputFrequency_1 (Nota2)
DeciHz
{6,2,1,3,1,0}
mginputFrequency_2 (Nota2)
DeciHz
{6,2,1,3,2,0}
mginputFrequency_3 (Nota2)
DeciHz
{6,2,1,3,3,0}
mginputCurrent_1 (Nota2)
DeciAmps
{6,2,1,6,1,0}
mginputCurrent_2 (Nota2)
DeciAmps
{6,2,1,6,2,0}
mginputCurrent_3 (Nota2)
DeciAmps
{6,2,1,6,3,0}
upsmgInputBadStatus (Nota2)
1(yes) 2(no)
{6,3,0}
upsmgInputLineFailCause
(Nota1)
upsmgOutputPhaseNum
{6,4,0}
{7,1,0}
mgoutputVoltage_1
deciVolts
{7,2,1,2,1,0}
mgoutputVoltage_2
deciVolts
{7,2,1,2,2,0}
mgoutputVoltage_3
deciVolts
{7,2,1,2,3,0}
mgoutputFrequency_1
deciHz
{7,2,1,3,1,0}
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mgoutputFrequency_2
deciHz
{7,2,1,3,2,0}
mgoutputFrequency_3
deciHz
{7,2,1,3,3,0}
mgoutputLoadPerPhase_1
%
{7,2,1,4,1,0}
mgoutputLoadPerPhase_2
%
{7,2,1,4,2,0}
mgoutputLoadPerPhase_3
%
{7,2,1,4,3,0}
mgoutputCurrent_1
deciAmps
{7,2,1,5,1,0}
mgoutputCurrent_2
deciAmps
{7,2,1,5,2,0}
mgoutputCurrent_3
deciAmps
{7,2,1,5,3,0}
upsmgOutputOnBattery (Nota2)
1(yes) 2(no)
{7,3,0}
upsmgOutputOnByPass
1(yes) 2(no)
{7,4,0}
upsmgOutputUtilityOff
1(yes) 2(no)
{7,7,0}
upsmgOutputInverterOff
1(yes) 2(no)
{7,9,0}
upsmgOutputOverLoad
1(yes) 2(no)
{7,10,0}
upsmgOutputOverTemp (Nota2)
1(yes) 2(no)
{7,11,0}
upsmgAgentIpAddress
{12,1,0}
upsmgAgentSubnetMask
{12,2,0}
upsmgAgentDefGateway
{12,3,0}
upsmgAgentType
{12,6,0}
upsmgAgentMibVersion
{12,11,0}
upsmgAgentFirmwareVersion
{12,12,0}
upsmgAgentCommUPS
1(yes) 2(no)
{12,13,0}
Nota1 :
Line Fail Cause
1
No Fail
2
Only AC Normal Voltage Ouf of Tolerance
3
Only AC Normal Frequency Ouf of Tolerance
4
AC Normal Fail
Nota2: This Information is not significative in a Static Switch Cabinet unit.
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If the Environment Sensor is detected , the following information are managed.
upsmgEnvironAmbientTemp
0.1 degré
{8,1,0}
upsmgEnvironAmbientHumidity
0.1 %
{8,2,0}
upsmgEnvironmentNum
{8,6,0}
upsmgEnvironmentIndex
{8,7,1,1,1 }
upsmgEnvironmentComFailure
1(yes) 2(no)
{8,7,1,2,1}
upsmgEnvironmentTemperature
0.1 degré
{8,7,1,3,1}
upsmgEnvironmentTemperatureL
1(yes) 2(no)
{8,7,1,4,1}
1(yes) 2(no)
{8,7,1,5,1}
upsmgEnvironmentHumidity
0.1 %
{8,7,1,6,1}
upsmgEnvironmentHumidityLow
1(yes) 2(no)
{8,7,1,7,1}
upsmgEnvironmentHumidityHigh
1(yes) 2(no)
{8,7,1,8,1}
upsmgEnvironmentInput1State
closed(1), open(2)
{8,7,1,9,1}
upsmgEnvironmentInput2State
closed(1), open(2)
{8,7,1,10,1}
ow
upsmgEnvironmentTemperatureH
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11.2.2 Table des TRAPS : (1.3.6.1.4.1.705.1.11)
SNMP traps are sent when alarms appears and desappears.
Level : 1:informational , 2:major, 3:critical
MIB TRAP
Trap #
niveau
-upsmgBatteryFault (Nota1)
Trap 1
Level 3
-upsmgBatteryOK (Nota1)
Trap 2
Level 1
-upsmgAtLowBattery (Nota1)
Trap 5
Level 3
-upsmgFromLowBattery (Nota1)
Trap 6
Level 1
-upsmgChargerFault (Nota1)
Trap 7
Level 3
-upsmgChargerOK (Nota1)
Trap 8
Level 1
-upsmgOnBattery (Nota1)
Trap 11
Level 2
-upsmgReturnFromBattery (Nota1)
Trap 12
Level 1
-upsmgOnByPass
Trap 13
Level 2
-upsmgReturnFromByPass
Trap 14
Level 1
-upsmgUtilityFailure
Trap 17
Level 2
-upsmgUtilityRestored
Trap 18
Level 1
-upsmgOverLoad
Trap 21
Level 3
-upsmgLoadOK
Trap 22
Level 1
-upsmgOverTemperature (Nota1)
Trap 23
Level 3
-upsmgTemperatureOK (Nota1)
Trap 24
Level 1
-upsmgOffInProgress (Nota1)
Trap 31
Level 3
-upsmgCommunicationFailure
Trap 37
Level 3
-upsmgCommunicationRestored
Trap 38
Level 1
-upsmgRedundancyLost
Trap 65
Level 2
-upsmgRedundancyOK
Trap 66
Level 2
-upsmgProtectionLost
Trap 67
Level 2
-upsmgProtectionOK
Trap 68
Level 2
Nota1: This Information is not present with a Static Switch Cabinet unit.
If the Environment Sensor is detected , the following information are managed.:
- upsEnvironmentComFailure
Trap 53
Level 2
- upsEnvironmentComOK
Trap 54
Level 2
- upsEnvironmentTemperatureLow
Trap 55
Level 2
- upsEnvironmentTemperatureHigh
Trap 56
Level 2
- upsEnvironmentTemperatureOK
Trap 57
Level 2
- upsEnvironmentHumidityLow
Trap 58
Level 2
- upsEnvironmentHumidityHigh
Trap 59
Level 2
- upsEnvironmentHumidityOK
Trap 60
Level 2
- upsEnvironmentInput1Closed
Trap 61
Level 2
- upsEnvironmentInput1Open
Trap 62
Level 2
- upsEnvironmentInput2Open
Trap 64
Level 2
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- upsEnvironmentInput2Closed
Trap 63
Level 2
The level is used to select traps to be sent to the supervisor. This adjustment is available from the “Notified applications” page
12 Glossary
Bootp:
Protocol based on UDP used to allocate an IP address corresponding to an Ethernet card during the startup phase. Defined by the RCF 951
Community name:
Access key to access SNMP agent information
DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
This IETF protocol enables remote, automatic, self-configuration of the IP addresses of a workstation.
DNS Domain Name Sevicel
The DNS protocol ensure correspondence between the name of a machine and its IP address
E-mail
Electronic means of transmitting messages and/or files.
Gateway
Interconnection equipment between networks with different conventions, to enable communication between them
HTML
(HyperText Markup Language) Language used to describe hypertext pages on the web.
HTTPS : is the secure version of HTTP, the communication protocol of the World Wide Web. It was invented by Netscape Communications
Corporation to provide authentication and encrypted communication and is used in electronic commerce.
IP
Internet Protocol. Network layer protocol in the TCP/IP stack offering a no-connection inter-network service . The IP protocol offers functions
for addressing, service type specification, fragmentation and re-assembling and security. Defined in RFC 791.
ISXC
Infra StruXure Central
MIB MANAGEMENT INFORMATION BASE
- Group of software commands to control and administrate a device through the network. Each type of device (server, hub, PC, UPS, etc.) has
its own MIB
NETWORK MANAGEMENT CARD
Communication cards to supervise UPS and communicate with Network Shutdown Module to insure power protection on servers
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NETWORK MANAGEMENT PROXY
Communication software installed on a PC connected to the UPS to supervise it and communicate with Network Shutdown Module to insure
power protection on servers
NMS NETWORK MANAGEMENT STATION (SNMP)
The dedicated PC or workstation is used on the company’s networks to administrate all devices connected to the network. Data are
transmitted using the SNMP protocol. Popular NMS systems include HP OpenView, IBM Tivoli, CA Unicenter, etc.
NSM : NETWORK SHUTDOWN MODULE
Protection software installed on a PC or server to protect it
NTP Network Time Protocol
Protocol to position a set of machines on a network at the same time.
Programmable outlet (controlled outlet):
Outlet that can be remote-switched on or off. UM-Client components enable management of such outlets.
REBOOT –
To restart a system after an interruption.
– To perform an obstacle-free “reboot”, it is essential that the system is correctly and carefully shut down beforehand.
– The reboot is usually automatic if the computer is re-supplied with electricity (from the utility or from the UPS).
RFC
Request for Comments. All documents defining internal Internet operation.
SNMP (SIMPLE NETWORK MANAGEMENT PROTOCOL)
Protocol used to remote-supervise, administrate and control devices connected to a company network.
SMTP (SIMPLE MAIL TRANSFER PROTOCOL)
Enables message transfer between e-mail servers or between the client and its server. It is based on the server’s port 25. It is described in
RFC 821
SSL (Secure Sockets Layers) is a protocol developed by Netscape Communications Corporation for securing data transmission in commercial
transactions on the Internet. Using public-key cryptography, SSL provides server authentication, data encryption, and data integrity for
client/server communications
Subnet mask:
Mask of bits used to identify and differentiate the network address and the equipment address in an IP address.
Normally, the mask is automatically determined by the class of address, which defines in a unique manner the network part/equipment part
division of the IP address.
- Class A: internet address: 255.0.0.0.
- Class B: internet address: 255.255.0.0.
- Class C: internet address: 255.255.255.0.
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TCP/IP
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. Common name of a series of protocols developed by the DOD in the US to help build Internet
networks throughout the world.
Telnet
Internet protocol used for terminal emulation, i.e. enabling a computer to connect with a server as if it was a simple terminal locally connected
to this server.
Trap (SNMP) : This term describes an event that affects an MIB variable. Traps are sent to the manager, which is programmed to perform
specific tasks upon reception of the traps.
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