Output VA integer Byte 8: These instructions worked perfectly for me. This is an experimental driver. Windows usually defaults to on serial ports. It start at and up to
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Just noticed today that they have a PowerWare that isn’t rack-mountable. Starting from byte 11 is the product name null terminated string. Good luck and enjoy.
[Nut-upsuser] Powerware 5115 USB Issue
It start at and up to I just installed Mint Linux, based on Ubuntu Intrepid. If it fails to communicate, it go into baudhunting. AB 01 34 20 AB start 01 1 byte long 34 the command 20 checksum.
These instructions worked perfectly for me. Any ideas as to what I can try? Starting with 0xAB, ending with checksum. I looked through the User’s Guide, but no mention of baud rate.
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Maybe adjust the baud rate down to on the port if there is a way to do that Including typos, poor grammar, etc. Just an early idea. Windows usually defaults to on serial ports.
At this time all information is only evaluated on a Powerware The only thing known from this block is that it contains the internal product name. If the high nibble is non-zero the current chunk is the last one in the packet. Nut starts fine using the command: In brief, I have followed the following steps: If there’s a way to configure bcmxcp manually, maybe try hard coding the rate. See remarks at the end. Well, it was a shot It’s not the standard one, but a rack-mounted UPS. But from the ups.
So feel free to append new information and correct the mistakes I have made. Phase start-up delay in seconds. Original by Martin Schroeder, emes -at- geomer. Output watt integer Byte 4: I had forgotten how to set it up, because until 2 days ago I was running Ubuntu 7. Output voltage integer 0x35 Alarms?
Bug # “bcmxcp driver from nut not working” : Bugs : nut package : Ubuntu
Output current float Byte MysticGold04, Thanks for the response. This is an experimental driver. If it succeed it tell you the speed it connect with. Most of the information is unknown. Status information All byte positions here are relative to the beginning of the data block Normally byte 4 of hps received packet.