Use this with care. Windows usually defaults to on serial ports. Each packet has the same structure as described above. If this is set to , it try to connect to the UPS on bps. I just installed Mint Linux, based on Ubuntu Intrepid. Starting with 0, declared as an unsigned char, all bytes are subtracted from the last result. Output current float Byte
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So I don’t believe that’s the problem. But from the ups.
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Requested output voltage unsigned short Byte 2: If the high nibble is non-zero the current chunk is the last one in the packet. Just noticed today that they have a PowerWare that isn’t rack-mountable. First of all, I am not sure that there is a vcmxcp between the Rackmount model and mine. Status information All byte positions here are relative to the beginning of the data hcmxcp Normally byte 4 of the received packet.
Good luck and enjoy. Windows usually defaults to on serial ports. See remarks at the end.
If it succeed it tell you the speed it connect with. Well, it was a shot At this time all information is only evaluated on a Powerware MysticGold04, Thanks for the response. Starting with 0xAB, ending with checksum. Output VA integer Byte 8: It’s not the standard one, but a rack-mounted UPS.
It consists of two packets. Any ideas as to what I can try? AB start 01 1 byte long 34 the command 20 checksum Result format description: Original by Martin Schroeder, emes -at- geomer. Unknown 0x34 Current measurements 52 Bytes Byte 0: Byte 2 – I looked through the User’s Guide, hps no mention of baud rate. Most of the information is bcmxvp. AB 01 34 20 AB start 01 1 byte long 34 the command 20 checksum. ABM status unsigned char 0x01 charging 0x02 discharging 0x03 floating 0x04 resting.
Some features may not function correctly. Output voltage integer 0x35 Alarms? Output watt integer Byte bmxcp Input voltage integer Byte Phase start-up delay in seconds.
The BCM/XCP Protocol
If this is set toit try to connect to the UPS on bps. Use this with care. If it fails to communicate, it go into baudhunting. I just installed Mint Linux, based on Ubuntu Intrepid.