It consists of two packets. Maybe adjust the baud rate down to on the port if there is a way to do that Status information All byte positions here are relative to the beginning of the data block Normally byte 4 of the received packet. Output watt integer Byte 4: If there’s a way to configure bcmxcp manually, maybe try hard coding the rate. Returns legal commands of the UPS????? Just noticed today that they have a PowerWare that isn’t rack-mountable.
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There may be a lot of other commands that are not in these description. It consists of two packets. This is an experimental driver. At this time all information is only evaluated on a Powerware Just an early idea. Input voltage integer Byte Status information All byte positions here are relative to the beginning of the data block Normally byte 4 of the uups packet. And according to bcmxcp’s man page it also defaults tobut then goes into “hunting mode” if that’s not it.
Any ideas as to what I can try? Unknown 0x34 Current measurements 52 Bytes Byte 0: AB start 01 1 byte long 34 the command 20 checksum Result format description: Most of the information is unknown.
Use this with care. But from the ups. Nut starts bcmxccp using the command: Output current float Byte AB 01 34 20 AB start 01 1 byte long 34 the command 20 checksum. I had forgotten how to set it up, because until 2 days ago I was running Ubuntu 7.
MysticGold04, Thanks for the response. Starting with 0xAB, ending with checksum. If there’s a way to configure bcmxcp manually, maybe try hard coding the rate. The firmware revisions may be encoded here. It’s not the standard one, but a rack-mounted UPS.
[Nut-upsuser] powerware 5125 and bcmxcp driver
On the other hand I may have misinterpreted some of the data. Each packet has the same structure as described above. Just noticed today that they have a PowerWare that isn’t rack-mountable.
F0 6A Low Battery 10 60 Shutdown in progress? Requested output voltage unsigned short Byte 2: If the high nibble is non-zero the current chunk is the last one in the packet. Starting with 0, declared as an unsigned char, all bytes are subtracted from the last result.
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Including typos, poor grammar, etc. One ore more of the packets seems to describe the format of data the dialect used.
Windows usually defaults to on serial ports. I don’t know if that makes a difference or not, though.
Bug # “bcmxcp driver from nut not working” : Bugs : nut package : Ubuntu
The first one seems two switch the UPS into another state, the second does the job. If it fails to communicate, it go into baudhunting.
Good luck and enjoy.