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November 30, 2007

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Scott Berg

Did you ever get any further with this? I have noticed that my APC RS1300LCD UPS front panel lists 20 power events while the Personal Powerchute lists only one - a blackout of several minutes. Do you know of a way to get the details of the other 19 events out of the UPS? I wiped the event log from that period so I can;t go back and recover that way, assuming they were logged to begin with. I assume the USB interface uses some screwy proprietary data format (not XML, not published, etc.) but I have never seen any info outside the APC web site.

Thanks - Scott

Stephen Skarlatos

I monitor my APC events in my application log and these are the only ones that have come up.

There used to be a way to get into to APC UPS' using a terminal session but I am not sure that is supported by the RS1300. I have been told that this is a consumer/home office model and that firmware limits the communication functionality.

If you want to try accessing the RS with a terminal program, heere is a guide http://www.apcupsd.org/manual/Apcupsd_Users_Guide.html that I have used in the past with my SmartUPS, but I don't know if it works with the RS series.

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