ABM status unsigned char 0x01 charging 0x02 discharging 0x03 floating 0x04 resting. The firmware revisions may be encoded here. MysticGold04, Thanks for the response. Status information All byte positions here are relative to the beginning of the data block Normally byte 4 of the received packet. Byte 2 – AB 01 34 20 AB start 01 1 byte long 34 the command 20 checksum.
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Each packet has the same structure as described above. Now to find a GUI monitoring program.
[Nut-upsuser] powerware and bcmxcp driver
The only thing known from this block is that it contains the internal product name. This is an experimental driver. These instructions worked perfectly for me. Original by Martin Schroeder, emes -at- geomer. Status information All byte bmcxcp here are relative to the beginning of the data block Normally byte 4 of the received packet.
AB 01 34 20 AB start 01 1 byte long 34 the command 20 checksum. One ore more of the packets seems to describe the format of data the dialect used.
The BCM/XCP Protocol
bcnxcp So I don’t believe that’s the problem. The first one seems two switch the UPS into another state, the second does the job. If there’s a way to configure bcmxcp manually, maybe try hard coding the rate.
It’s not the standard one, but a rack-mounted UPS. Returns legal commands of the UPS????? F0 6A Low Battery 10 60 Shutdown in progress? Any ideas as to what I can try?
Byte 2 – Starting with 0xAB, ending with checksum. Use this with care. Input voltage integer Byte Output VA integer Byte 8: I looked through the User’s Guide, but no mention of baud rate.
Just noticed today that they have a PowerWare that isn’t rack-mountable.
BCM/XCP protocol specifications
Output current float Byte There may be a lot of other commands that are not in these description. I just installed Mint Linux, based on Ubuntu Intrepid. Good luck and enjoy. Bccmxcp brief, I have followed the following steps: Well, it was a shot It consists of two packets.
Most of the information is unknown. Starting from byte 11 is the product name null terminated string. I don’t know if that makes a difference or not, though. First of all, I am not sure that there is a difference between the Rackmount model and mine.
I originally had the bcmscp rate manually configured to Just an early idea.