This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Garry Priestland on 2018-09-03
With reference to this question is single phase rack mounted UPS modelling available yet?
And when will the APC Single phase rack mounted UPS genomes be supported for single phase power paths?
This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2018-09-04
Modelling rack-mounted UPS is currently not supported, and as far as I know such functionality/feature is not included in near future plans.
I will capture this as a feature request for you & will send you a direct confirmation soon, thanks.
This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Garry Priestland on 2018-09-04
Hi Jef, thanks for the response.
Is there any indication of timescale on this yet?
The original post was 2 years ago, and given that APC/Schneider are probably the largest seller globally of single phase UPS it seems very odd that their own equipment cannot be modelled.
It is quite difficult to justify this to potential buyers (and current users) of DCO.
This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2018-09-04
You are most welcome Garry,
Not to my knowledge, as far as I know that's not included in near future plans. I will cross-check with our management & will update this post if I get different answer.
This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Lasse Simonsen on 2018-09-04
Thank you for your feedback - it is always appreciated.
Unfortunately we have many requests that have been around for some time - rack mounted UPSs is just one of many. Although I understand your very valid points, we have had and still have many other areas where we also need to improve the product, and so far we have not found the time and resources to prioritize this over other important features we have released over the last years, including web client, graphical workflow designer, predicted power and many many other features.
With the planning of the next version, we wil do another evaluation of support for rackmounted UPSs.
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