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 Post subject: Powerware UPS Host Templates
PostPosted: Wed Aug 10, 2005 1:28 pm 
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I have included two graphs that I have created. I have only tested this with my current Powerware 9170+ UPS unit with SNMP Card / Environmental Monitoring Probe. If you are having any problems, please post it here. I have taken the OID's from the official Powareware MIB base.

The first graph is a simple Temp (F) / Humidity Environmental Monitoring Probe graph. The second is a more complicated graph. It's a Output %load graph with the Runtime Remaining (in minutes) in one graph. It shows the coriliation between how much load you have on the UPS to how much runtmie you have remaining.


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Hi! i have a question.. where and how can i change Farenhait to Celsius
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adorfman wrote:
Hi! i have a question.. where and how can i change Farenhait to Celsius
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Best thing to do is to write a CDEF to do the calculation for you.


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Do you have the data query templates for the PowerWare 9170+?


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