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Modbus-TCP question of SRT-2200 (AP9630)

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Modbus-TCP question of SRT-2200 (AP9630)

This question was originally posted by Tory on APC forums on 4/4/2017


Nice to meet you. I am Tory

I am using the SRT-2200 (AP9630) and I have two questions.

1. To obtain the status of SRT-2200 using Modbus-TCP, connect Modbus-TCP
  If no request is made within 5 seconds, the TCP connection is disconnected. Is this normal?

2. Modbus Register Map pdf states that "0080: RunTimeRemaining" and "0082: StateOfCharge_Pct" data can not be used in SRT-2200.

However, when you actually make a data request, the normal value is returned.
Can I use this Register Map result on the SRT-2200?

<< It is my UPS information >>

Model: Smart-UPS SRT 2200
SKU: SRT2200XLI
Serial Number: AS1617292055
Firmware Revision: UPS 05.3 (ID1010)
Manufacture Date: 04/30/2016
Apparent Power Rating: 2200 VA
Real Power Rating: 1980 W
Battery SKU: APCRBC141


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Re: Modbus-TCP question of SRT-2200 (AP9630)

This reply was originally posted by Tory on APC forums on 4/6/2017


Thank you 

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Re: Modbus-TCP question of SRT-2200 (AP9630)

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 4/5/2017


Hi Tory,

Question 1: Yes, this is normal for our implementation. Once a new connection is created, the server will only wait for 5 seconds for data to be received from the client. If no data is received, the server will assume the connection stalled and close it. This is because the system can only support a finite amount of TCP connections for all of the different possible protocols, interfaces, etc. 

Question 2: I checked the register map here: http://www.apc.com/salestools/LFLG-A32G3L/LFLG-A32G3L_R1_EN.pdf  .. it appears 'x' means that a value is supported which is what I am seeing for the registers you mentioned and SRT models. Can you clarify what you meant about them saying unsupported? They appear to be supported so you can use them.

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Re: Modbus-TCP question of SRT-2200 (AP9630)

This reply was originally posted by Tory on APC forums on 4/6/2017


Thank you