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Report with Model

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CDickinson
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Report with Model

I am trying to get a feel for the percentage of load for all the UPS on my network.

I need to do this for several thousand UPS.  So doing it one at a time is NOT an option. 🙂

 

Finding the reports for 'Power (Watts)' or 'Current (Amps)' is clear enough.  BUT ....

1. The report (or the sensors) return a numerical value, not a percentage.

2. There is no column for 'percentage of load'.

3. I could get a general idea of the 'Model' was one of the available columns, but it's not (this is REALLY frustrating).

 

Any ideas on how I can figure the 'percentage of load'?


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AldebaranLopez
Ensign Ensign
Ensign

Re: Report with Model

hello,

 

The % of load in a UPS can be retrieved through a communication card (if UPS is equipped with). On the other hand if you are already retrieving load you only need nominal power from each UPS to calculate it.

 

which type of UPS do you have in your installation ?

 

 

Alejandro Aldebaran Lopez
Channel Director, Commercial & Industrial; Secure Power Division

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AldebaranLopez
Ensign Ensign
Ensign

Re: Report with Model

hello,

 

The % of load in a UPS can be retrieved through a communication card (if UPS is equipped with). On the other hand if you are already retrieving load you only need nominal power from each UPS to calculate it.

 

which type of UPS do you have in your installation ?

 

 

Alejandro Aldebaran Lopez
Channel Director, Commercial & Industrial; Secure Power Division
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