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power down UPS w/o any server attached to

This was originally posted on APC forums on 3/21/2011


Hi.
I have a Smart-UPS 750 RM with 2 network switches attached to.
(firmware is 668.19.I)
I would the ups power off after a few minutes the power goes down and then restore power after a fwe minutes power comes back.

I bought the network interface ap9630 but and I connected to the ups vis browser.
I can't find how to setup the UPS to power down and restore power .
Could drive me in the right way?

salvo


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Re: power down UPS w/o any server attached to

This was originally posted on APC forums on 3/22/2011


Thanx for the reply.

Yes I can find the UPS tab.
And clicking there I see a "shutdown" section containing a few shutdown/restart parameters such as:
Start of Shutdown: Low Battery Duration, Shutdown Delay, Basic Signaling Shutdown, Duration of Shutdown, Sleep Time
End of Shutdown: Minimum Battery Capacity, Return Delay
PowerChute Shutdown Parameters: Maximum Required Delay, On-Battery Shutdown Behavior.

I tried to setup those parameters but the UPS wont power off.

Inside UPS tab I can find a "powerchute clients" section too.
But in that section are listed only powerchute clients that registers with the UPS.

No other parameters. No way to say to the ups "when power goes away wait 2 minutes and the power off".

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Re: power down UPS w/o any server attached to

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 3/21/2011


when you login to the AP9630, do you see the UPS tab at the top of the screen? if you click on UPS, there should be a powerchute section on there that will have the settings you are looking for about rebooting when the power returns or turn off and stay off.

let me know if you cant find it.

snassisi_apc
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Re: power down UPS w/o any server attached to

This was originally posted on APC forums on 3/22/2011


Thanx for the reply.

Yes I can find the UPS tab.
And clicking there I see a "shutdown" section containing a few shutdown/restart parameters such as:
Start of Shutdown: Low Battery Duration, Shutdown Delay, Basic Signaling Shutdown, Duration of Shutdown, Sleep Time
End of Shutdown: Minimum Battery Capacity, Return Delay
PowerChute Shutdown Parameters: Maximum Required Delay, On-Battery Shutdown Behavior.

I tried to setup those parameters but the UPS wont power off.

Inside UPS tab I can find a "powerchute clients" section too.
But in that section are listed only powerchute clients that registers with the UPS.

No other parameters. No way to say to the ups "when power goes away wait 2 minutes and the power off".