Control and Reporting Features include:
Individual Port Control – On/off control for all output power ports.
Event Threshold Alarm – SNMP traps can alert changes in status, such as:
- Loss of utility AC input
- Battery test failure
- Pending battery shut down
- Excessive internal temperature
- Exceeding user-defined current limits
Event Control – User-defined load power limits can be set on each port to trigger port shut down in the event of overload. Port backup prioritization allows users to define which ports are backed up by batteries if AC Power is lost.
Reporting features include:
- System Output Voltage
- Output Current per port
- Internal Battery Test Results
- Internal Battery Charge Current
- Estimated Remaining Battery Holdover (%)
- Internal System Temperature
For a demonstration of the Power Management Package, Live Demo of Power Management Package.
For more information and specifications, see the PDF File.
SNMP communications is through a standard RJ45 that connects the DC-UPS to the Ethernet network. A web interface provides control features as well as reporting parameters.
The PMP package allows the user to easily monitor and manage equipment used in WiFi/WiMAX installations, microwave or RF repeaters and transmitters, access control devices, environmental and process control sensors, or remote weather stations.