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RemotEye III Configuration Menu Navigation

The main menu of the RemotEye III provides access to configuration parameters. The table below provides an

overview of the entire menu structure (See Table 1: Menu Map for RemotEye III Console). When navigating through

these menus, all alpha-numeric characters are acceptable and are case-sensitive.

RemotEye III Main Menu

(1) TIC RemotEye III

Configuration

(1) System Group

(4) Email Group

(5) EMD Group

(2) Control Group

(3) Parameter Group

RemotEye III Agent Version

Ethernet Address

(1) IP Address

(2) Gateway Address

(3) Network Mask

(4) Date and Time

(5) Dump Modules CRC value

(0) Return to Previous Menu

(1) HTTP Login Username

(2) Community Read-On1y

(3) Community Read/Write

(4) BOOTP/DHCP Control

(5) Telnet Control

(6) Network Upgrade Control

(7) HTTP Security Control

(8) SNMP Version Control

(9) HTTP(s) Authentication

(0) Return to Previous Menu

(1) System Contact

(2) System Name

(3) System Location

(4) Poll Rate

(0) Return to Previous Menu

(1) Mail Server

(2) User Account

(3) User Password

(4) Domain Name

(5) DNS IP Address

(6) Daily Status Report

(7) Mail Receivers

(8) Test Email Configuration

(9) Authentication Method

(0) Return to Previous Menu

(1) Temperature Group

(2) Humidity Group

(3) Alarm-1 Group

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(1) TIC RemotEye III

Configuration (CONT)

(5)EMD Group (CONT)

(2) SNMP Communities

(3) SNMPV3 USM Table

(4) Trap Receiver Table

(5) Reset Configuration to Default

(4) Alarm-2 Group

(5) Device Status

(0) Return to Previous Menu

(6) Web Authentication

Group

(1) RADIUS Group

(0) Return to previous menu

(0) Return to Previous Menu

(1) Modify

(2) Reset

(0) Return to Previous Menu

(1) Modify

(2) Reset

(0) Return to Previous Menu

(1) Modify

(2) Reset

(0) Return to Previous Menu

Reset Configuration (y/n)?

(6) Save and Exit

(7) Save and Restart RemotEye III Restart Agent (y/n)?

Table 1: Menu Map for RemotEye III Console

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Main Menu Description

The Main Menu of the RemotEye III consists of the following options (See

Figure 17: Console Main Menu Description):

1.

2.

3.

4.

Toshiba RemotEye III Configuration

SNMP Communities

SNMPv3 USM Table

Trap Receiver Table

5.

6.

Reset Configuration to Default

Save and Exit.

7. Save and Restart Agent.

Press the number of the associated selection and press [Enter].

+====================================================================+

| [ TIC RemotEye III Main Menu ] |

+====================================================================+

1. TIC RemotEye III Configuration

2. SNMP Communities

3. SNMPV3 USM Table

4. Trap Receiver Table

5. Reset Configuration To Default

6. Save and Exit

7. Save and Restart Agent

Please Enter Your Choice =>

Figure 17: Console Main Menu Description

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TIC RemotEye III Configuration

Main Menu

→ (1) Toshiba RemotEye III Configuration (See

Figure 18: Console Configuration Menu Description).

The Toshiba RemotEye III Configuration option provides access to the following system settings:

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

System Group

Control Group

Parameter Group

Email Group

EMD Group

Web Authentication Group

0. Return to Previous Menu

+==================================================================+

| [ TIC RemotEye III Configuration Menu ] |

+==================================================================+

1. System Group

2. Control Group

3. Parameter Group

4. Email Group

5. EMD Group

6. Web Authenication Group

0. Return to previous menu

Please Enter Your Choice =>

Figure 18: Console Configuration Menu Description

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System Group

Main Menu

→ (1) Toshiba RemotEye III Configuration → (1) System Group (See

Figure 19: Console System Group Menu Description).

The System Group provides access to the system settings listed below. The settings may be viewed or changed from this screen. When using the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), items 1 – 3 will be retrieved automatically.

1. IP Address — RemotEye III IP address.

2.

3.

4.

Gateway Address — The gateway IP address (if a router is necessary).

Network Mask — The network mask for the RemotEye III network.

Date and Time — The RemotEye III date and time format is MM/DD/YYYY, and HH:MM:SS respectively. RemotEye III supports the Network Time Protocol (NTP) and NTP. These two features

enable the UPS to synchronize its date and time with a NTP server. (See

5.

Figure 20: Date & Time Menu Description).

Dump modules CRC value

0. Return to Previous Menu.

+====================================================================+

| [ System Group Menu ] |

+====================================================================+

RemotEye III Agent Version : TIC RemotEye III v1.03

Ethernet address : 00 E0 D8 08 80 0D

1. Ip Address : 172.18.1.63

2. Gateway Address : 172.18.1.1

3. Network Mask : 255.255.240.0

4. Date and Time

5. Dump Modules CRC value

0. Return to previous menu

Please Enter Your Choice =>

Figure 19: Console System Group Menu Description

+=================================================================+

| [ Date and Time Menu ] |

+=================================================================+

1. System Date (dd/mm/yyyy) : 03/01/2012

2. System Time (hh:mm:ss) : 12:22:21

3. NTP Server : 0.0.0.0

4. NTP Time Zone : -06:00

5. Daylight Saving Time Control : Enabled

6. NTP Control : Enabled

0. Return to previous menu

Please Enter Your Choice =>

Figure 20: Date & Time Menu Description

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Control Group

NOTE: MODBUS TCP protocol can only be set up via HTTP (web browser). See page 38.

Main Menu

→ (1) Toshiba RemotEye III Configuration → (2) Control Group (See Figure 21: Console Control

Group Menu Description)

The Control Group menu provides access to the system settings listed below. The settings may be viewed and changed from this screen.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

HTTP Login Username — The login username grants write access from a web browser (the default setting is TOSHIBA).

Community Read-Only — This common community name provides read-only access to devices within this community. (The default setting is “public”.)

Community Read/Write — This common community name provides read and write access to devices within this community. (The default setting is “admin”.) This value is equivalent to the terminal/telnet login password.

BOOTP/DHCP Control — This parameter is used to enable or disable the BOOTP/ DHCP requests from

RemotEye III. (The default setting is “Enabled”).

Telnet Control — This parameter is used to enable or disable remote RemotEye III configuration through telnet applications. (The default setting is “Enabled”).

Network Upgrade Control — This parameter is used to enable or disable the Trivial File Transfer

Protocol image upgrade. When disabled, RemotEye III will block any attempts to upgrade. (The default setting is “Disabled”.)

HTTP Security Control — This parameter is used to enable or disable the web password protection feature. When enabled, a password is required to access RemotEye III through the web, and write privileges are automatically assumed. When disabled, any machine can access RemotEye III over the web, but a password is required prior to assuming write privileges. (The default setting is “Disabled”.)

SNMP Version Control —This parameter is used to enable and disable the Simple Network Management

Protocol security level. When enabled, administrators has the options to set for SNMPv1 or SNMPv3.

9. HTTP(s) Authentication — This parameter allows the administrators to select what type of authentication is required to gain access to the RemotEye III web content. There are three options Local User, Radius, or both. If “Local User” is selected, the user will be authenticated when accessing the RemotEye III web content. If “Radius” is selected, the user will have to be authenticated first by a RADIUS server in order to access the RemotEye III web content. If “both” is selected, then the user can be either authenticated through Radius or through the RemotEye III web authentication feature. (The default setting is Local

User)

0. Return to Previous Menu

+====================================================================+

| [ Control Group Menu ] |

+====================================================================+

1. HTTP Login Username : TOSHIBA

2. Community Read-Only : public

3. Community Read/Write : *

4. BOOTP/DHCP Control : Enabled

5. Telnet Control : Enabled

6. Network Upgrade Control : Disabled

7. HTTP Security Control : Disabled

8. SNMP Version Control : Disabled

9. HTTP<s> Authenication : Local User

0. Return to previous menu

Please Enter Your Choice =>

Figure 21: Console Control Group Menu Description

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Parameter Group

Main Menu

→ (1) Toshiba RemotEye III Configuration → (3) Parameter Group (See

Figure 22: Console Parameter Group Menu Description)

The Parameter Group provides access to the system settings listed below. The settings may be viewed or changed from this screen.

1.

2.

3.

System Contact — The RemotEye III system administrator. This string can be changed by administrator as desired.

System Name — The alias of the RemotEye III. This string serves as the RemotEye III Client Identifier

(CID) in DHCP systems.

System Location — The RemotEye III physical location. This string can be changed by administrator as desired.

4. Poll Rate — The polling rate in seconds. This determines how frequently RemotEye III updates its data from the Toshiba UPS. (The default setting is 5 seconds)

0. Return to previous menu.

Note: System will label each event email with the system Name and Location, in the format: systemName@SystemLocation

Example: RemotEye III@Toshiba

+====================================================================+

| [ Parameter Group Menu ] |

+====================================================================+

1. System Contact : TIC Local Technical Support

2. System Name : RemotEye III

3. System Location : Toshiba

4. Poll Rate : 5

0. Return to previous menu

Please Enter Your Choice =>

Figure 22: Console Parameter Group Menu Description

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Email Group

Main Menu

→ (1) Toshiba RemotEye III Configuration → (4) Email Group (See

Figure 23: Console Email Group Menu Description)

The Email Group menu provides access to the system settings listed below. The settings may be viewed and changed from this screen.

1. Mail Server — The Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) mail server IP address. If a hostname is used, such as smtp.tic.toshiba.com, the Domain Name Server (DNS) IP address is required on setting 5.

2.

3.

User Account — The user account login name for the SMTP mail server.

User Password — The user account password for the SMTP mail server.

Note: Not all servers require login name and password, please check with SMTP administrator.

4.

5.

6.

7.

Domain Name — The domain Name (Network Name) of the mail server (e.g. Tic.Toshiba.com).

DNS IP Address — Domain Name System Server IP address is required if a hostname is used for Mail

Server (If hostname is used in the setting 1). Otherwise, this field can be 0.0.0.0.

Daily Status Report — This parameter is used to set the time to send RemotEye III daily status report that are listed in the “Mail Receivers” setting (7).

Mail Receivers — This Parameter is used to enter up to four recipients email address and select the “Mail

Type” for each recipient. Here is the list on the three different Mail Types: a. None: Disable option to send email to recipients.

8. b. Events – Current events will be sent to recipients. c. Events with Status – Current events, History log and Event log will be sent to email recipients when events occurred.

The recipients include users who use Short Message System (SMS) in Email address format, such as [email protected]

. Check with service carrier for the correct format to receive text messages.

Test Email Configuration — This parameter allows the administrator to send out a test email to verify system operation is configured correctly. If instant email is not received after the test, please check the configuration.

9. Authentication Method

0 Return to Previous Menu

+===================================================================+

| [ Email Group Menu ] |

+===================================================================+

1. Mail Server :

2. User Account :

3. User Password : *

4. Domain Name : 0

5. DNS IP Address : 0.0.0.0

6. Daily Status Report : 00:00

7. Mail Receivers

8. Test Email Configuration

9. Authentication Method:

0. Return to previous menu

Please Enter Your Choice =>

Figure 23: Console Email Group Menu Description

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EMD Group

Main Menu

→ (1) Toshiba RemotEye III Configuration → (5) EMD Group (See Figure 24: Console EMD Group

Menu Description)

The EMD Group menu provides access to the system settings listed below. The settings may be viewed and changed from this screen.

1.

2.

3.

4.

Temperature Group — The Temperature Group provides the options to setup the low and high warning and critical points. Users also have the options to setup the hysteresis and calibration offset from this group.

Humidity Group — The Humidity Group provides the options to setup the low and high warning and critical points. Users also have the options to setup the hysteresis and calibration offset from this group.

Alarm-1 Group — The Alarm-1 Group provides the option to setup this dry contact as normal close, normal open, high active, low active and disabled.

Alarm-2 Group — The Alarm-2 Group provides the option to setup this dry contact as normal close, normal open, high active, low active and disabled.

5. Device Status — The Device Status allows the administrator to allow RemotEye III to auto-detect EMD or to disable. “Auto” will enable the RemotEye III to auto detect the EMD that is connected to its COM port.

Note: These features apply to EMD module only. EMD sold separately.

+================================================================+

| [ EMD Group Menu ] |

+================================================================+

1. Temprature Group

2. Humidity Group

3. Alarm-1 Group

4. Alarm-2 Group

5. Device Status : Auto

0. Return to previous menu

Please Enter Your Choice =>

Figure 24: Console EMD Group Menu Description

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SNMP Communities

Main Menu

→ (2) SNMP Communities (See Figure 25: SNMP Communities Description).

The SNMP Communities lists the status and configuration of access rights that are currently granted and the applicable level of access. The entries in this table are largely responsible for restricting SNMP communication with

RemotEye III.

The configuration of the SNMP communities shall be as follows:

IP Address: IP address of the NMS

Community String: NMS Get/Set Community String.

(Please refer to SNMP Get/Set Criteria on page 100 for a more detailed explanation on Get/Set.)

Access: Select Access Type:

1. Read Only

2. Read/Write

3. No Access

+====================================================================+

| IP Address Community String Access |

+====================================================================+

[1] 0.0.0.0 * No Access

[2] 0.0.0.0 * No Access

[3] 0.0.0.0 * No Access

[4] 0.0.0.0 * No Access

[5] 0.0.0.0 * No Access

[6] 0.0.0.0 * No Access

[7] 0.0.0.0 * No Access

[8] 0.0.0.0 * No Access

COMMANDS -

1. Modify - Modify an entry of table

2. Reset - Reset an entry to default from table

0. Return to previous menu

Please Enter Your Choice =>

Figure 25: SNMP Communities Description

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SNMPv3 USM Table

Main Menu

→ (3) SNMPv3 USM Table (See Figure 26: SNMPv3 USM Menu Description).

The SNMPv3 USM Table lists the status and configuration of access rights that are currently granted and the applicable level of access. The entries in this table are largely responsible restricting SNMPv3 security with

RemotEye III.

The configuration of the SNMPv3 USM table shall be as follows:

User Name: The User ID for the authorized individual.

Authentication Password: The password string for the authorized individual.

Privacy Password: The privacy password string for the authorized individual.

Security: The security level provides the following 3 options:

1. noAuthNoPriv – with no authentication and no privacy passwords

2.

3. authNoPriv – with authentication password but no privacy password authPriv – with authentication password and with privacy password

Authentication format: The authentication format provides the following options:

1.

2.

HMAC-MD5

HMAC-SHA

Status Type: The status shows the authentication status “ready” or “not being used".

+====================================================================+

| User Name Authentication. Password Privacy Password |

| Security Authentication Format Status Type |

+====================================================================+

[1]

noAuthNoPriv HMAC-MD5 Not Use

[2]

noAuthNoPriv HMAC-MD5 Not Use

[3]

noAuthNoPriv HMAC-MD5 Not Use

[4]

noAuthNoPriv HMAC-MD5 Not Use

COMMANDS -

1. Modify - Modify an entry of table

2. Reset - Reset an entry to default from table

0. Return to previous menu

Please Enter Your Choice =>

Figure 26: SNMPv3 USM Menu Description

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Trap Receiver Table

Main Menu

→ (4) Trap Receiver Parameters (see Figure 27: Console Trap Receiver Table Description).

The Trap Receiver Table lists IP addresses of the administrative machines that have been assigned to receive traps.

The configuration of the trap receivers shall be as follows:

IP Address: IP address of the NMS.

Community String: NMS community string.

Trap Type:

1.

2.

3.

None

Toshiba Trap

JEMA Trap

4. IETF Trap

Description: Description of the NMS. This is administrator defined (max 10 characters)

Severity Level:

Informational – The receiver will receive the following trap types “Fault”, “Warning” and “Informational”.

Warning – The receiver will receive the following trap types “Fault” and “Warning”.

Severe – The receiver will receive the following trap type only “Fault”.

+================================================================================+

| IP Address Community String Trap-Type Severity Desc |

+================================================================================+

[1] 192.168.1.50 * Toshiba Trap Informational

[2] 0.0.0.0 * None Informational

[3] 0.0.0.0 * None Informational

[4] 0.0.0.0 * None Informational

[5] 0.0.0.0 * None Informational

[6] 0.0.0.0 * None Informational

[7] 0.0.0.0 * None Informational

[8] 0.0.0.0 * None Informational

1. Modify - Modify an entry of table

2. Reset - Reset an entry to default from table

0. Return to previous menu

Please Enter Your Choice =>

Figure 27: Console Trap Receiver Table Description

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Reset Configuration to Default

Main Menu

→ (5) Reset Configuration to Default.

Selecting this option restores all RemotEye III card settings to its original default values.

Note: This will reset every configuration including the IP settings.

From the Main Menu, press 5 to access the Reset Configuration to the Original Setting screen.

Save and Exit

Main Menu

→ (6) Save and Exit.

When executed, the system saves the RemotEye III configuration and exits the program. The new configuration takes effect immediately.

Save and Restart RemotEye III

Main Menu

→ (7) Save and Restart RemotEye III.

When executed, the system saves the RemotEye III configuration and restarts RemotEye III program.

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Configuring the RemotEye III via Telnet

The RemotEye III can be configured by establishing a telnet session with the device.

Hardware Setup

Telnet configuration is accomplished through a network link. Follow these steps to setup the RemotEye III for a telnet session:

Verify network cable connection to NETWORK port of RemotEye III.

Verify active link to LAN or Network.

For further information on the network connection, refer to “Making the Network Connection” on page 18.

Software Setup

The Telnet configuration is accomplished through a TCP/IP network connection. A telnet connection can be established with RemotEye III by using any Telnet application. Follow these steps to setup the software for Telnet

RemotEye III configuration:

Verify workstation is loaded with Telnet application. If using Windows operating system, “Command Prompt” application software that is packed with Windows can be used. If a Telnet application is not available or Command

Prompt, download “Tera Term” software from the internet for free.

Note: If using Windows 7 or Vista, make sure that Telnet feature is enabled. By default, Windows 7 and Vista

Operating System have this feature disabled for security reasons. To enable this feature, follow these steps:

1. Click on “Start”

2. Go to and click on “Control Panel”

3. Go to and click on “Programs and Features”

4. On the left side column, click on “Turn Windows features on or off” (See Figure 28: Enable Telnet Feature on Windows 7/Vista). Now look for “Telnet Client” and click on the check box to enable. Then click on the

“Ok” button and wait till feature is enabled.

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Figure 28: Enable Telnet Feature on Windows 7/Vista

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Verify a valid network path exists between the RemotEye III and the workstation. If performing the Telnet

configuration from a workstation that is located on the same network, then proceed to the next section “

Connecting to the RemotEye III via Telnet” on page 37.

Routing to the RemotEye III

If the workstation is not on the same network as the RemotEye III, the system may require the addition of a network route. This is typically only necessary when RemotEye III is using its default address.

Consult operating system documentation pertaining to the addition of network routes for instruction.

Example Route Addition

Windows operating systems provide the command Route Add for adding network routes.

Assume the default IP Address of the RemotEye III is 172.18.1.63, and assume the IP Address of the workstation is

210.67.192.147. To add the appropriate network route between these two devices, follow these steps:

Turn on the workstation, and setup the TCP/IP protocol (if necessary).

Enter the following command to add a routing condition (e.g. Command Prompt in Windows OS):

Route add 172.18.1.63 210.67.192.147

See the Windows manual for further information on how to add a routing condition to a workstation.

Connecting to the RemotEye III via Telnet

A telnet configuration session can be established once the hardware and software are prepared. Open the Telnet application software and follow these steps to begin configuration:

1. Type telnet followed by the IP address of RemotEye III to a telnet application (e.g. telnet 192.168.1.50).

2.

3.

Press [Enter].

Key in the password when prompted.

Default Password (case sensitive): ADMIN

For more information on using telnet, please refer to telnet application Windows help.

The RemotEye III will only accept 2 telnet clients simultaneously. The telnet connections will time-out after

60 seconds of inactivity.

RemotEye III Telnet Menu Navigation

The configuration menus for telnet configuration are identical to those presented by a direct configuration session.

Refer to page 23 for detailed guidance through configuration menus of RemotEye III.

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Configuring the RemotEye III via HTTP

The RemotEye III can be configured by opening a web session (e.g. Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Google Chrome).

Hardware Setup

Web configuration is accomplished through a network link. Follow these steps to prepare the hardware for HTTP

RemotEye III configuration:

1.

2.

3.

Verify network cable connection to NETWORK port of RemotEye III.

Verify active link to LAN or Network.

For further information on the network connection, refer to “Making the Network Connection” on page

18.

Software Setup

The web configuration is accomplished through a TCP/IP network connection. A web connection can be established with RemotEye III by using any Internet Browser application (for example, Firefox). Follow these steps to setup the software for web-based RemotEye III configuration:

1.

2.

Verify workstation is loaded with web browser application (e.g. Internet Explorer).

Verify a valid network path exists between RemotEye III and the workstation. If performing the web configuration from a workstation that is located on the same network, then proceed to the next section.

Otherwise, refer back to the section entitled “Routing to the RemotEye III” on page 37.

System Setup

To access the RemotEye III via the web, enter the IP address of the RemotEye III in the URL field of the browser and

press Enter (See Figure 29: RemotEye III with Internet Explorer Example). If unable to access the RemotEye III due

to a firewall, contact the network administrator for information on bypassing the firewall of the LAN.

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Figure 29: RemotEye III with Internet Explorer Example

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The HTTP Security Control setting may also affect the user’s ability to access the RemotEye III. The HTTP Security

Control setting may be set or viewed from: Main Menu

→ (1) TIC RemotEye III Configuration →(2) Control Group

→ (7) HTTP Security Control (See Figure 30: HTTP Security Control Window).

If the HTTP Security Control setting is Disabled, the user is granted read-only access. If the HTTP Security Control

is Enabled, any attempt to access RemotEye III pages will be met with a request to enter a password (See Figure 30:

HTTP Security Control Window).

Login:

TOSHIBA

Password:

ADMIN

Figure 30: HTTP Security Control Window

Once the password has been entered in the user will be able to not only view the information, but make changes accordingly. The password is the same as the Community Read/Write string (See via Telnet or Serial RS-232 communication: Main Menu

→ (1) Toshiba RemotEye III Configuration → (2) Control Group → (3) Community

Read/Write).

To prevent unauthorized users from configuring the RemotEye III via HTTP, the IP address of the workstation must be entered in the RemotEye III SNMP Communities/HTTP Access Control with no access permissions (via RS232 or

Telnet) or the SNMP/ HTTP Access Control (via Web Browser) of the RemotEye III. Otherwise, the RemotEye III will provide only read access to its parameters.

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Connecting to the RemotEye III via HTTP

A web session can be established once the hardware and software have been prepared. Follow these steps to begin configuration:

1.

2.

Launch the web browser (e.g. Internet Explorer).

Enter the URL for RemotEye III in the browser’s address field. For example, http://172.18.1.63. The

home page of the RemotEye III will be displayed once a connection is established (See Figure 31:

RemotEye III HTTP Page).

Perform the following procedure to setup the RemotEye III Static IP address, protocols and Date/Time using its provided web configuration pages.

1.

2.

Select “RemotEye III Management”

→ “RemotEye III Configuration” to configure RemotEye III.

Click the Become Administrator button at the bottom of the screen. The password is case sensitive.

Login: TOSHIBA

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

Password: ADMIN

Non-DHCP users continue on to step 3. DHCP users may skip steps 3 to 6.

Enter the RemotEye III IP address.

Enter the RemotEye III Gateway address in the network.

Enter the RemotEye III Network Mask of the network.

Click Set Value to save the settings.

Select “RemotEye III Management”

→ “Date and Time” to set date and time.

8. Enter the appropriate date and time in the specified format.

9. Click Set Value to save the settings.

10. Select “RemotEye III Management”

→ “RemotEye III Control” to enable or disable the network protocols.

Note: Disable “RemotEye III DHCP Control” setting if using static IP.

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Figure 31: RemotEye III HTTP Page

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RemotEye III Web Menu Navigation

The RemotEye III home page is comprised of six primary menus:

• UPS Monitoring

• UPS Management

• Email Notification

• EMD

• RemotEye III Management

• History Data and Logs.

The six primary menus provide access to UPS and RemotEye III monitoring and control functions, and each is discussed in detail in the following sections.

UPS Monitoring

This menu allows the user to view the collected data from the UPS measurements. The UPS measured parameters are

listed below and are allowed only to be read (See Figure 32: RemotEye

III Web UPS Monitoring Directory).

1. Comprehensive View

2. UPS Data General

3. UPS Data Display

4. UPS Data Other (Not Available for 4300)

5. Input Parameters

6. Output Parameters

7. Bypass Parameters

8. DC Bus Parameters

9. Battery Parameters

10. Alarm Table

11. Connected Client Table

Figure 32: RemotEye III Web UPS Monitoring Directory

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Comprehensive View

This web page lists the UPS parameters. This page will refresh automatically at a user-defined rate. To change or view the refresh rate setting, select “RemotEye III Management”

→ “HTTP Page Refresh Rates” in the RemotEye III web interface.

Parameter #

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Object

UPS Mode

Input Voltage (V)

Input Frequency (Hz)

Output Voltage (V)

Comprehensive View Parameters

Description

This field shows the present UPS system mode.

These readings include:

Start-Up, On-Line, Bypass,

Backup, Battery Test, and

Shutdown.

Output Load Percentage (%)

Output Frequency (Hz)

UPS System Temperature (°C)

This field shows the present UPS input voltage in VAC.

This field shows the present UPS input frequency in Hz.

This field shows the present UPS output voltage in VAC.

This field shows the present UPS load in % of kVA.

This field shows the present UPS output frequency in Hz.

This field shows the present UPS temperature in °C.

1600XP

4200FA

4300

This field shows the present UPS battery temperature in °C.

8

UPS Battery Temperature (°C)

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10

11

12

Battery Capacity (%)

Battery Runtime (Mins)

Date On RemotEye III (mm/dd/yyyy)

Time On RemotEye III (hh:mm:ss)

This field shows the present UPS battery capacity in percentage.

This field shows the present UPS battery runtime in minutes.

This field shows the

RemotEye III date setting.

This value is displayed in the mm/dd/yyyy format.

This field shows the

RemotEye III time setting.

This value is displayed in the hh:mm:ss 24-hour format (i.e. 8:30 p.m. is

20:30:00).

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This web page allows the user to retrieve the UPS identification and revision information.

UPS Data General Parameters

Parameter #

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

Object

UPS Manufacture

UPS Typeform

UPS Description

UPS Serial Number

UPS Main Firmware Version

UPS Main Boot Sector Version

UPS Main Boot Loader Version

UPS Job Number

UPS Test Date

UPS Hardware Build Date

UPS EEPROM Version

UPS System Name

UPS Attached Devices

UPS Installation Date

Description

This field shows the name of the

UPS manufacturer.

This field shows the typeform of the UPS to which RemotEye III is presently attached.

This field shows the model description of the UPS to which

RemotEye III is presently attached.

This field shows the UPS manufactured serial number for the UPS which RemotEye III is presently attached.

This field shows the present firmware version for the UPS.

This is for informational

This field shows the present boot sector version for the UPS.

This is for informational purpose.

This field shows the present boot loader version for the UPS.

This is for informational

This field shows the present job number for the UPS. This is for informational purpose.

This field shows the date the

UPS was last tested. This is for informational purpose.

This field shows the date the

UPS was built. This is for informational purpose.

This field shows the present

EEPROM version for the UPS.

This is for informational

This field shows the administrator-configured name of the UPS. For configuration, please refer to UPS

This field shows the administrator configured description of the load devices that attached to the UPS (e.g. computers, communication devices, etc). For configuration, please refer to UPS

Configuration menu.

This field shows the date the

UPS was installed. For configuration, refer to the UPS

Configuration menu.

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UPS Data Display

This page shows the UPS Display Information. This page will refresh automatically at a user-defined rate. To change or view the refresh rate setting, select “RemotEye III Management”

→ “HTTP Page Refresh Rates” in the RemotEye

III web interface.

Parameter #

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Object

Display Firmware Version

Display Boot Sector Version

Display Boot Loader Version

Display Sleep Timer (Mins)

Display Buzzer Mode

Display Buzzer Status

Display Firmware Built Date

Display Firmware Built Time

UPS Data Display Parameters

Description

This field shows the present firmware version for the display. This is for informational purpose.

This field shows the present boot sector version for the display.

This is for informational

This field shows the present boot loader version for the display.

This is for informational

This field shows the amount of time the display will remain active before it will enter to sleep mode.

This field shows the current buzzer mode. Users can specify at what conditions the buzzer can

This field shows the current status of the buzzer. This will determine if the alarm is silenced or sound if an alarm should

This field shows the

Firmware built date for the display. This is for informational purpose.

This field shows the

Firmware built time for the display. This is for informational purpose.

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UPS Data – Other

This page shows the UPS states. This page will refresh automatically at a user-defined rate. To change or view the current refresh setting, select “RemotEye III Management”

→ “HTTP Page Refresh Rates” in the RemotEye III web interface.

UPS Data-Other Parameters

Parameter #

1

2

3

4

Object

EPO Contact State

UPS Run Stop Switch Status

UPS Service Port Status

Internal Communication Status

Description

This field shows the current contact state of the

Emergency Power Off

(EPO).

This field shows the current state of the run (On-

Line)/stop (Bbypass) switch on the UPS.

This field shows the current status of the UPS

Service Port on the UPS.

This will inform users if an error has occurred.

This field shows the internal communication status for the UPS. This will inform users if an error has occurred.

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Input Parameters

This page shows the UPS line voltage input readings. This page will refresh automatically at a user-defined rate. To change or view the current refresh rate setting, select “RemotEye III Management”

→ “HTTP Page Refresh Rates” in the RemotEye III web interface.

Input Parameters

Parameter #

Object 1600XP 4300 4300

1

2

3

4

5

Input Power Supply Configuration

Input Number of Lines input Voltage (V)

Input Voltage Percent (%)

Input Rated Voltage (V)

Description

This field shows the present power supply information at the input for the UPS.

This field shows the number of input lines for the UPS.

This field shows the UPS input voltage in VAC.

This field shows the UPS input voltage in percent.

This field shows the input rated voltage of the UPS. This can be changed by the administrator.

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

Input Current (Amps)

Input Current Percent (%)

This field shows the present UPS input current in Amps.

This field shows the UPS input current in percent.

This field shows the input rated current of the UPS in Amps.

Input Rated Current (Amps)

Input Frequency (Hz)

Input Rated Frequency (Hz)

Input Active Power (Watts)

Input Rated Power (Watts)

Input Rated Power (VA)

VIUV Detection Level (%)

VIOV Detection Level (%)

Input Phase Check

This field shows the UPS input frequency in Hz.

This field shows the input rated frequency of the UPS.

This field shows the present UPS input active power in Watts.

Input Rated Active Power (Watts)

Input Apparent Power (VA) input Power Factor

Input Line to Neutral Voltage (V)

This field shows the present UPS input rated active power in

Watts.

This field shows the present UPS input apparent power in Volt-

Amps.

This field shows the present UPS input power factor.

This field shows the UPS input

Line to Neutral in VAC.

This field shows the rated input

Line to Line voltage in VAC.

Input Rated Line to Line Voltage (V)

Input Rated Line to Neutral Voltage (V)

This field shows the rated input line to neutral voltage in VAC.

This field shows the input rated power in Watts.

This field shows the input rated power in VA.

This field shows the Voltage

Input Under-Voltage detection level in percent.

This field shows the Voltage

Input Over-Voltage detection level in percent.

This field shows the present status of input phase check.

When enabled it detects phase rotation error.

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Output Parameters

This page shows the UPS output voltage source and readings. This page will refresh automatically at a user-defined rate. To change or view the current refresh setting, select “RemotEye III Management”

→ “HTTP Page Refresh

Rates” in the RemotEye III web interface.

Parameter #

1

2

3

4

Object

Output Power Supply Configuration

Output Number of Lines

Output Voltage (V)

Output Rated Voltage (V)

Output Parameters

Description

This field shows the present power supply information at the output for the UPS.

This field shows the present phase of the output of the UPS.

This field shows the UPS output voltage in VAC.

This field shows the output rated voltage of the UPS.

This can be changed by the administrator.

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6

7

8

9

Output Under Voltage Level (%)

Output Over Voltage Level (%)

Output Current (Amps)

Output Rated Current (Amps)

Output Load Percentage (%)

This field shows the minimum allowable voltage before it falls into under voltage range.

This field shows the maximum limit of the output voltage before it the UPS enters the over voltage state.

This field shows the present UPS output current in Amps.

This field shows the present UPS output rated current in Amps.

This field shows the UPS load as a percentage of the maximum load setting.

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

Output Frequency (Hz)

Output Rated Frequency (Hz)

Output Frequency Synch Range (Hz)

Output Active Power (Watts)

Output Rated Active Power (Watts)

Output Apparent Power (VA)

Output Rated Apparent Power (VA)

Output Rated Power Factor

This field shows the present UPS output requnecy in Hz.

This field shows the present UPS output rated frequency in Hertz.

This field shows the allowable range for synchronizing output frequency.

This field shows the present UPS output active power in Watts.

This field shows the present UPS output rated active power in Watts.

This field shows the present UPS apparent power in VA.

TThis field shows the present UPS output rated apparent power in VA.

This field shows the present UPS output power factor.

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25

28

29

30

21

22

23

24

17

18

19

20

31

32

Output Rated Apparent Power (VA)

Output Rated Power Factor

Output Line to Neutral Voltage (V)

Output Voltage Percent (%)

Output Total Current Percent (%)

Output Current Percent (%)

Output Total Active Power (KW)

Output Total Active Power Percent (%)

Output Power Factor

Output Rated Line to Line Voltage (V)

Output Rated Line to Neutral Voltage (V)

Output Rated Power (Watts)

Output Rated Power (VA)

Output Under Voltage Detection Level (V)

Output Over Voltage Detection Level (V)

TThis field shows the present UPS output rated apparent power in VA.

This field shows the present UPS rated output power factor.

This field shows the UPS output line to neutral voltage in VAC.

This field shows the UPS output voltage in percent.

This field shows the present UPS output total current in percent.

This field shows the present UPS output current in percent.

This field shows the present UPS output active power in Kilowatts.

This field shows the present UPS output active power in percent.

This field shows the present UPS output power factor.

This field shows the UPS rated output line to line voltage in VAC.

This field shows the UPS rated output line to neutral voltage in VAC.

This field shows the present UPS output rated power in Watts.

This field shows the present UPS output rated power in VA.

This field shows the minimum allowable voltage before it falls into output under voltage range.

This field shows the maximum limit of the output voltage before the

UPS detect enters the

Output over voltage state.

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Bypass Parameters

This page shows the UPS bypass values. This page will refresh automatically at a user-defined rate. To change or view the current refresh setting, select “RemotEye III Management”

→ “HTTP Page Refresh Rates” in the RemotEye

III web interface.

Bypass Parameters

Parameter #

Object 1600XP 4200FA 4300

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

Bypass Power Supply Configuration

Bypass Number of Lines

Bypass Voltage (V)

Bypass Current (Amps)

Bypass Frequency (Hz)

Bypass Apparent Power (VA)

Bypass Under Voltage Detection (%)

Bypass Under Voltage Recovery (%)

Bypass Over Voltage Detection (V)

Bypass Over Voltage Recovery (V)

Bypass Line to Neutral Voltage (V)

Bypass Voltage Percent (%)

Description

This field shows the present power supply information during bypass for the UPS.

This field shows the number of bypass lines for the UPS.

This field shows the UPS voltage during bypass in

VAC.

This field shows the present UPS bypass current in Amps.

This field shows the present UPS bypass frequency in Hertz.

This field shows the present UPS bypass apparent power in VA.

This field shows the minimum allowable voltage before it falls into bypass under voltage range.

This field shows the allowable voltage that it can recover from under voltage.

This field shows the maximum allowable voltage before it falls into over voltage range.

This field shows the allowable voltage that it can recover from over voltage.

This field shows the present UPS bypass line to neutral voltage.

This field shows the UPS bypass voltage in percent.

13

14

Bypass Under Voltage Detection Level (%)

Bypass Over Voltage Detection Level (%)

This field shows the UPS bypass under voltage detection in percent.

This field shows the UPS bypass over voltage detection level in percent.

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DC Bus Parameters

This page shows the UPS DC Bus values. This page will refresh automatically at a user-defined rate. To change or view the current refresh setting, select “RemotEye III Management”

→ “HTTP Page Refresh Rates” in the RemotEye

III web interface.

DC Bus Parameters

Parameter #

1

2

3

4

Object

DC Bus Total Volatage (V)

DC Bus Positive Voltage (V)

DC Bus Negative Voltage (V)

DC Bus Rated Voltage (V)

Description

This field shows the DC Bus voltage in VDC.

This field shows the positive DC Bus voltage in

VDC.

This field shows the negative DC Bus voltage in

VDC.

This field shows the rated

DC Bus voltage in VDC.

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Battery Parameters

This page provides the battery status and battery run-time information. This page will refresh automatically at a userdefined rate. To change or view the refresh rate setting, select “RemotEye III Management”

→ “HTTP Page Refresh

Rates” in the RemotEye III web interface.

Parameter #

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

Object

UPS Battery Status

Elapsed Time on Battery Power (Secs)

Battery Voltage (Vdc)

Calculated Battery Shutdown Voltage (Vdc)

Battery Discharge Current (Adc)

Battery Parameters

Description

This field shows the status of the UPS batteries. These readings include:

Unknown, Normal, Low,

Depleted, Discharging, and

Failure.

This field shows the elapsed time (in seconds) since the UPS switched to battery power.

This field shows the battery voltage in VDC.

This field shows the battery’s shutdown voltage in VDC.

This field shows the battery’s discharge current in Amps.

Battery Charge Status

Number of Discharge

Battery Life Reaming (Month)

Battery Rated Ampere Hour (Ahr)

This field shows the present Battery Charge status.

This field shows the present number of battery discharges.

This field shows the remaining battery life. The maximum battery lifetime is 5 years. This shows the remaining battery lifetime in months.

This field shows the present battery capacity in

Ampere Hour.

Battery in Series

Battery in Parallel

Battery Installation Date

This field shows the number of batteries connected in series.

This field shows the number of batteries connected in parallel.

This field shows the last installation date of the UPS system's batteries. This value is displayed in the dd/mm/yyyy format.

When the UPS batteries are replaced, this value should be adjusted accordingly by the service

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21

22

23

24

26

27

28

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

Battery Voltage Shutdown Level (%)

Battery Low Level (%)

Battery Capacity (%)

Battery Runtime (Mins)

Battery Charge Over Voltage Delay (Secs)

Calculate Low Battery level (Vdc)

External Battery Install Status

External Battery in Series

External Battery in parallel

External Battery Rated Ampere Hour (Ahr).

External Battery C Rate

External Battery Install Date

Equalize Charge Time (Hours)

Float Charge Voltage (Vdc)

Battery Low Detection Level (Vdc)

This field shows the present battery voltage shutdown level in percent.

This field shows the battery low level in

The UPS battery capacity in percent.

The UPS battery runtime in minutes.

This field shows the battery charge over voltage delay in seconds.

This field shows the calculated low battery level in VDC.

This field shows installation status of the external battery. It can be installed or uninstalled.

This field shows the number of external batteries connected in series.

This field shows the number of external batteries connected in parallel.

This field shows the present external battery capacity in Ampere Hour.

This field shows the present external battery C

Rate.

This field shows the installation date of the external battery.

This field shows the battery equaliztion charge time in hours.

This field shows the float charge voltage in Vdc.

This field shows the minimum battery voltage in Vdc.

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