UPS Monitor
UPS Monitor
Document revision 2.2 (Thu Jul 07 17:18:54 GMT 2005)
This document applies to V2.9
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Summary
Specifications
Related Documents
Description
UPS Monitor Setup
Property Description
Notes
Example
Runtime Calibration
Description
Notes
Example
UPS Monitoring
Property Description
Example
General Information
Summary
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Specifications
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Packages required: ups
License required: level1
Home menu level: /system ups
Standards and Technologies: APC's smart protocol
Hardware usage: Not significant
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Description
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UPS Monitor Setup
Home menu level: /system ups
Property Description
alarm-setting (delayed | immediate | low-battery | none; default: immediate) - UPS sound alarm
setting:
• delayed - alarm is delayed to the on-battery event
• immediate - alarm immediately after the on-battery event
• low-battery - alarm only when the battery is low
• none - do not alarm
load (read-only: percentage) - the UPS's output load as a percentage of full rated load in Watts.
The typical accuracy of this measurement is ±3% of the maximum of 105%
manufacture-date (read-only: text) - the UPS's date of manufacture in the format "mm/dd/yy"
(month, day, year)
min-runtime (time; default: 5m) - minimal run time remaining. After a 'utility' failure, the router
will monitor the runtime-left value. When the value reaches the min-runtime value, the router will
go to hibernate mode
• 0 - the router will go to hibernate mode when the "battery low" signal is sent indicating that the
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battery power is below 10%
model (read-only: text) - less than 32 ASCII character string consisting of the UPS model name
(the words on the front of the UPS itself)
nominal-battery-voltage (read-only: integer) - the UPS's nominal battery voltage rating (this is not
the UPS's actual battery voltage)
offline-time (time; default: 5m) - how long to work on batteries. The router waits that amount of
time and then goes into hibernate mode until the UPS reports that the 'utility' power is back
• 0 - the router will go into hibernate mode according the min-runtime setting and 10% of battery
power event. In this case, the router will wait until the UPS reports that the battery power is
below 10%
port (name) - communication port of the router
serial (read-only: text) - a string of at least 8 characters directly representing the UPS's serial
number as set at the factory. Newer SmartUPS models have 12-character serial numbers
version (read-only: text) - UPS version, consists of three fields: SKU number, firmware revision,
country code. The county code may be one of the following:
• I - 220/230/240 Vac
• D - 115/120 Vac
• A - 100 Vac
• M - 208 Vac
• J - 200 Vac
Notes
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Example
$ serial16
[admin@MikroTik] system ups> add port=serial1 disabled=no
[admin@MikroTik] system ups> print
Flags: X - disabled, I - invalid
0
name="ups" port=serial1 offline-time=5m min-runtime=5m
alarm-setting=immediate model="SMART-UPS 1000" version="60.11.I"
serial="QS0030311640" manufacture-date="07/18/00"
nominal-battery-voltage=24V
[admin@MikroTik] system ups>
Runtime Calibration
Command name: /system ups rtc
Description
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Notes
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Example
[admin@MikroTik] system ups> rtc 0
UPS Monitoring
Command name: /system ups monitor
Property Description
battery-charge (percentage) - the UPS's remaining battery capacity as a percent of the fully
charged condition
battery-voltage - the UPS's present battery voltage. The typical accuracy of this measurement is
±5% of the maximum value (depending on the UPS's nominal battery voltage)
frequency (percentage) - when operating on-line, the UPS's internal operating frequency is
synchronized to the line within variations within 3 Hz of the nominal 50 or 60 Hz. The typical
accuracy of this measurement is ±1% of the full scale value of 63 Hz
line-voltage - the in-line utility power voltage
load (percentage) - the UPS's output load as a percentage of full rated load in Watts. The typical
accuracy of this measurement is ±3% of the maximum of 105%
low-battery - only shown when the UPS reports this status
on-battery (yes | no) - Whether UPS battery is supplying power
on-line (yes | no) - whether power is being provided by the external utility (power company)
output-voltage - the UPS's output voltage
overloaded-output - only shown when the UPS reports this status
replace-battery - only shown when the UPS reports this status
runtime-calibration-running - only shown when the UPS reports this status
runtime-left (time) - the UPS's estimated remaining run time in minutes. You can query the UPS
when it is operating in the on-line, bypass, or on-battery modes of operation. The UPS's remaining
run time reply is based on available battery capacity and output load
smart-boost-mode - only shown when the UPS reports this status
smart-ssdd-mode - only shown when the UPS reports this status
transfer-cause (text) - the reason for the most recent transfer to on-battery operation (only shown
when the unit is on-battery)
Example
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[admin@MikroTik] system ups> monitor 0
on-line: yes
on-battery: no
RTC-running: no
runtime-left: 20m
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battery-charge:
battery-voltage:
line-voltage:
output-voltage:
load:
temperature:
frequency:
replace-battery:
smart-boost:
smart-trim:
overload:
low-battery:
100%
27V
226V
226V
45%
39C
50Hz
no
no
no
no
no
[admin@MikroTik] system ups>
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[admin@MikroTik] system ups> monitor 0
on-line: no
on-battery: yes
transfer-cause: "Line voltage notch or spike"
RTC-running: no
runtime-left: 19m
offline-after: 4m46s
battery-charge: 94%
battery-voltage: 24V
line-voltage: 0V
output-voltage: 228V
load: 42%
temperature: 39C
frequency: 50Hz
replace-battery: no
smart-boost: no
smart-trim: no
overload: no
low-battery: no
[admin@MikroTik] system ups>
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