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scheduled start up and shut down

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Prashant_apc
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scheduled start up and shut down

This was originally posted on APC forums on 9/17/2008


Hi everyone
Can I schedule the start and stop of the power supply to the appliances like modem etc. attached to apc back ups 650.
Thanx in advance


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TheNotoriousKMP_apc
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Re: scheduled start up and shut down

This was originally posted on APC forums on 9/17/2008


Hi,

There's no software or device that's going to be able to control individual power on of devices attached to the UPS.

You would need a switched rack PDU to toggle power to a specific outlet, but nothing in terms of turning the device on with power already present.

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TheNotoriousKMP_apc
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Re: scheduled start up and shut down

This was originally posted on APC forums on 9/17/2008


Hi,

There's no software or device that's going to be able to control individual power on of devices attached to the UPS.

You would need a switched rack PDU to toggle power to a specific outlet, but nothing in terms of turning the device on with power already present.