Calling NUT users in America (and other 110V countries)
doconnor at gsoft.com.au
Mon Mar 16 17:31:17 PDT 2009
Does anyone have a 110V MGE Pulsar connected to NUT via RS232?
The reason I am asking is that we ship systems overseas (from Australia land
of 230V) and typically have the customer purchase a UPS (or arrange for one to
be delivered to the site) and I find that I can't communicate with them using
All of the MGE UPSs we have shipped from Australia work fine, and the hardware
and software is identical to 110V sites (Super micro C2SBA, FreeBSD 6.3).
I have talked to the NUT maintainers but they are primarily Linux oriented
and haven't yet cranked up a FreeBSD box to have a look at it.
The symptoms are that it can talk to the UPS but there are frequent drops in
communication (very annoying as it fills the logs with crap), yet 230V units
I am not using USB because it was not reliable until very recently (and still
reconnects alarmingly often..)
Daniel O'Connor software and network engineer
for Genesis Software - http://www.gsoft.com.au
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