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UPS monitoring equipment
UPS monitoring system
UPS is a constant voltage and constant frequency uninterruptible power supply with an energy storage device and an inverter as the main component.
It mainly provides uninterrupted power supply for computers, computer networks or other power electronic equipment
When the mains input is normal, the UPS will stabilize the mains and supply it to the load. At this time, the UPS is an AC mains voltage stabilizer, and it also charges the battery; when the mains is interrupted, the UPS Immediately, the electric energy stored in the battery will continue to supply 220V AC to the load through the method of inverter conversion, so as to maintain the normal operation of the load and protect the load software and hardware from damage.
UPS monitoring system can be divided into narrow sense and broad sense. In a narrow sense, the UPS monitoring system refers to a solution for monitoring and managing the operating status of the UPS; in a broad sense, the UPS monitoring system refers to not only monitoring and managing the operating status of the UPS itself, but also monitoring and managing the UPS as the central power. A comprehensive UPS power supply safety management system for environmental system monitoring, management and control
UPS monitoring system is developed along with the development of UPS technology and products, and is an important part of UPS power supply system. The battery inspection instrument is a real-time and complete online detection and management device for the battery of the power system. Safety regulations and EMC conform to CE certification. It has been widely used in the management of power storage batteries in UPS monitoring systems, electric power, communications, transportation, automobiles and other related industries
The remote monitoring panel is connected to the RS-485 interface of the UPS through a cable, and the distance can reach more than 100 meters.
The equipment administrator is at a remote location, and can monitor the UPS through the monitoring panel. The monitoring panel can continuously display the UPS working status and operating parameters. When the UPS is in an abnormal state, it can send an alarm to let the user pay attention.
The function of the remote monitoring panel is to bring the UPS panel and sound to the user. Its advantage is that it is easy to install and does not need to be monitored by a computer.
The UPS is connected to the serial port of the computer through the RS-232 interface, and the UPS monitoring software of the relevant platform is run on the computer. The computer establishes communication with the UPS, sends query commands regularly, and the UPS returns information within the specified time.
When the power supply is abnormal, the UPS will send the abnormal information to the computer and pop up an alarm interface on the computer to remind the operator to deal with it in time. If the relevant personnel are not on site, the monitoring software will automatically terminate the operation of various programs before the end of the UPS power supply time, automatically save the disk, and send e-mails to the relevant personnel through the MODEM, or use the BP machine to notify the relevant information.
At the same time, the monitoring software can also display and record UPS parameters in digital and graphic ways, for users to analyze and diagnose the UPS, and can set the computer and UPS to perform timing power-on and off functions.
Features: Simple installation and operation, the monitoring distance is within 10 meters, and it needs to occupy a serial port of the computer.
It is required that all PCs or servers are in the same network and have the same operating system, not a mixed network.
A specified server or workstation (called local machine) in the network communicates with the UPS through the RS-232 serial cable, and other servers or workstations (remote machines) on the network communicate with the local machine, and both the local machine and the remote machine run UPS. Advanced power management software, the local machine can manage the UPS, and the remote machine can understand the UPS information through the local machine.
UPS network monitoring and management
The intelligent UPS supports the SNMP network management protocol. Through the SNMP network adapter, the UPS system can be connected to the network as an independent node to realize the network management function.
The SNMP adapter can convert UPS information into SNMP MIBⅡ compatible format information, and transmit it to related websites through the network (even cross-border connection via the Internet), and users can access the remote UPS through the browser, or through the network platform Remote monitoring and management of UPS.
1) Web function
From any workstation on the network, the user can access the UPS through a browser (IE or Netscape), query its operating parameters, and display UPS input and output voltages, load conditions, battery capacity, internal temperature, and market conditions in graphics or numbers. Electric frequency, as well as basic information and working status of UPS.
Some functions, such as remote shutdown of UPS, online modification (resetting) of SNMP adapter, etc. are not safe for the system. During the initial installation of the adapter, the permissions of each user can be preset, and only those with specific addresses can be restricted. Only the network administrators with password and password can operate, which is the security mechanism of UPS.
2) SNMP function
If users already have NMS network management platform (such as: HP OpenView, SUNSunNet Manager, IBM NetView, Novell NMS, Accton AccView, etc.), they can directly monitor and manage UPS. Users who do not have a network management platform can use the network management software that comes with the adapter to realize the network monitoring function under Window98/NT.
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