UPS Status

This page gives a snapshot of all the principal UPS parameters. This page will refresh automatically.

UPS Status

Current state of the UPS is displayed. UPS Status included "Power-on", "Stand-by", "Line", "By-pass", "Battery", "Battery-test", "Fault", "Converter", "Shutdown", "On-booster", "On-reducer", "ECO", "Other".

UPS Temperature

This shows the current UPS Temperature.

Input Voltage

This shows the current input voltage in Volts.

Input Frequency

This shows the current input frequency in Hertz at the time of recording.

Output Load

This shows the current load on the UPS in terms of percentage.

Output Voltage

This shows the current output voltage in Volts.

Output Frequency

This shows the current input frequency in Hertz at the time of recording.

Output Current

This shows the output current in Ampere.

Output Wattes

This shows the current output power in wattes.

Battery Status

The current Battery Status expressed. Battery Status included "Battery normal", "Battery low", "Battery depleted", "Battery discharging ", "Battery failure", “Unknown".

Battery Capacity

This expresses the remaining battery capacity in percent of full capacity.

Battery Voltage

The current battery voltage expressed in Volts.

Battery Temperature

This shows the current temperature of the UPS battery in oC.

Time On Battery

This shows the time on battery in Seconds.

Battery Backup Time

This shows the Battery backup time in Seconds.

EMP Temperature

This shows the current temperature measurement of the EMP.

EMP Humidity

This shows the current humidity measurement of the EMP.

EMP Alarm

This shows the current status (alarm or normal) detected from the sensor which attached to the EMP.

UPS Next Off Time

The date and time that UPS will be turn off according to Weekly or Specific Day Schedule.

UPS Next On Time

The date and time UPS will be turn on according to Weekly or Specific Day Schedule.

Load Segment 1

This shows the current status of load segment 1.

Load Segment 2

This shows the current status of load segment 2.