72A-196BAREM-01 User Manual

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Rev-01
Installation and Operation
Manual
72A-196BAREM Series
72A-190BQREM Series
3-Phase Power Monitoring and
Distribution Unit
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Contents
Introduction & Safety Information............................................... 3
Technical Specifications............................................................... 4
Declaration of Conformity.................................................................. 5
Connections and Installation
Operating Environment................................................................ 6
Electrical Connections.................................................................. 7
Input and Output Connections...................................................... 7
LAN Module and Communications............................................... 8
LAN Module Interface................................................................... 8
LAN LED Status Guide................................................................. 8
LAN Module IP Address, DHCP, and Auto IP............................... 9
Device Discovery........................................................................ 10
Testing the IP Address Configuration......................................... 11
Telnet Configuration Password................................................... 11
LAN Module Configuration Using a Telnet Connection.............. 11
Set PDU and LAN Module to Factory Defaults........................... 12
Exit Configuration Mode............................................................. 13
LAN Module Reflash Instructions............................................... 13
Operational Control of PDU
Front Panel Menu....................................................................... 14
Menu Navigation......................................................................... 14
Alarm Capabilities....................................................................... 16
Networking Functions
Introduction................................................................................. 17
Telnet Communication................................................................ 17
Telnet Commands....................................................................... 18
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)........................ 20
Accessing the SNMP Interface................................................... 21
Key SNMP Settings.................................................................... 22
SNMP Security........................................................................... 22
SNMP MAX and MIN Data......................................................... 22
SNMP v2 Functions.................................................................... 23
General MIB Usage.................................................................... 24
MIB Use With Vista Infrastructure Monitoring............................. 24
Maintenance & Warranty............................................................. 25
PDU Front Panel.......................................................................... 26
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Introduction & Safety Information
Introduction
The Spectrum Control PDU is an AC power distribution unit designed to
distribute power for up to eighteen (18) AC loads. The PDU distributes 3
phase power to six individual, over current protected, output banks. The
unit has multiple alarm capabilities and includes an audible alarm circuit.
Voltage and current are monitored and displayed locally on a liquid crystal display and remotely through a LAN connection. Operation/control is
accomplished by use of 16A breaker actuators.
This product complies with FCC, CE, TUV, UL60950-1 and IEC60950
requirements.
Related Terms
LCD – Liquid Crystal Display
LED – Light Emitting Diode
LL – Lower Limit
PDU – Power Distribution Unit.
BANK – Any power source entering a PDU that is then distributed to an
output.
UL – Upper Limit
Manual Conventions
The following actions should be taken when these symbols are present in
various instructions throughout the manual:
Symbol
<>
[]
“ ”
Safety Information
Action
Example
Click on the items contained within these symbols <Start>
with your mouse.
Press all keys that are contained within these brack- [Ctrl]
ets.
Type all characters that are placed between quota“1234”
tions
This installation and operation manual contains information about the
Power Distribution Unit and basic installation instructions. The person
installing or integrating the PDU into an electronic system must be supplied with this manual and read it to become familiar with the installation
precautions. Spectrum Control, Inc. cannot be held liable for any damage to persons or property if the safety information in the installation and
operation manual is not followed.
If the safety information is not observed, personnel could be put at risk.
Only authorized personnel who have been properly trained may operate
the device. There are no user serviceable parts inside. Therefore, any
modifications made to the unit by any organization or persons other than
the factory are not permitted.
The general regulations governing the use of electricity in the country in
which the device or integrated system is installed must be observed.
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Technical Specifications
Input
Power Entry
Connector
Nominal Input
Voltage
Input Frequency
Input Current
Output
Outlet Connectors
Load Current per
Bank
Load Current per
Output Connector
Load Current per
PDU
Global
Domestic
IEC 309, 4pole, 5 wire, 32A, NEMA L21-30P
WYE connected
5 pin, Delta connected
3 ∅ 400/230VAC ±10%
3 ∅ 208/208VAC ±10%
50 – 60 Hz
72A maximum
Global
50 – 60 Hz
41.6A maximum
Domestic
(18) IEC C13
16A maximum
(18) IEC C13
13.9A maximum
10A maximum
10A maximum
72A maximum
41.6A maximum
Environmental
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Operating temperature: 0-55°C (32-131°F)
Operating humidity: 0-95% (non condensing)
Operating elevation: 0-10,000 ft (0-3000 m)
Physical
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Unit height: 0U, 55.5 inches (141 cm)
Unit width: 1.75 inches (4.45 cm)
Unit depth: 5.2 inches (13.3 cm)
Unit weight: 32.5 pounds (14.74 kg)
Cord length: 10 feet (Approx. 3 m)
Rack mountable
Finish: Black powder coat
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Declaration of Conformity
Manufacturer’s Name:
Spectrum Power Management Systems, a Spectrum
Control Business
Manufacturer’s Address:
1900 West College Avenue
State College, PA 16801
Declares that the product:
Product Name:
3-Phase Power Monitoring and Distribution Unit
Model Number:
72A-196BAREM-01
72A-190BQREM-01
Conforms to the following Product Specifications:
Safety:
UL 60950-1 File E149758-A8 Volume X3, First Edition;
CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-03, First Edition; IEC 609501, First Edition.
Product Category: NWGQ-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT INCLUDING ELECTRICAL
BUSINESS EQUIPMENT - COMPONENT
Emissions per:
EN 55022 (1998): Class A
FCC P.15
ANSI C63.4
EMC:
Immunity per :
EN 55024
EN 61000-4-2: Criteria B
EN 61000-4-3: Criteria A (@ 10V/m)
EN 61000-4-4: Criteria B
EN 61000-4-5: Criteria B
EN 61000-4-6: Criteria A (Power @ 10V/m)
Chuck Drew
Mike Esposit
Lead Engineer
Quality Engineer
11/16/2007
Spectrum Control, Inc.
Power Management Systems
1900 West College Avenue
State College, PA 16801
814-272-2700
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Operating
Environment
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Locate PDU in dry area.
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Rack Mount in equipment rack using mounting brackets.
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Restricted Access Location not required.
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This PDU relies on protective devices in the building installation for short circuit and over current protection.
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Elevated Operating Ambient- If installed in a closed or multi-unit rack assembly, the operating ambient temperature of the rack
environment may be greater than room ambient. Therefore,
consideration should be given to installing the equipment in an environment compatible with the maximum ratings of the product.
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Reduced Air Flow- Installation of the equipment should be such that the amount of airflow required for safe operation of the
equipment is not compromised.
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Mechanical Loading- Mounting of the equipment in the rack should be such that a hazardous condition is not achieved due to uneven mechanical loading.
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Circuit Overloading- Consideration should be given to the
connection of the equipment to the supply circuit and the effect that overloading the circuits might have on over current protection and supply wiring. Appropriate consideration of equipment
nameplate ratings should be used when addressing this concern.
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Reliable earthing of equipment should be maintained. Particular attention should be given to supply connections other than direct connections to the branch circuit (e.g. use of power strips).
Consult the local electrical code for additional information.
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Electrical
Connections
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Depress rocker handle of all circuit breakers to “off” position.
Example: Breaker Off
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Connect input supply cord to a grounded power source rated for the input voltage and current of the PDU.
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Connect equipment to AC output connectors. Continuous
current draw for all connected units must not exceed the current rating per output.
CAUTION:
• Input and Output
Connections
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Example: Breaker On
Power source for PDU must be properly grounded.
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Total current for all connected units must not exceed the current rating per input.
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Current must not exceed the current rating per output.
•
Do not conduct any DWV testing greater than 300 VAC.
Input cord and output connections are located on the front side of the
unit. Pluggable mating connectors are not supplied with the unit.
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LAN Module and
Communications
RJ45
LAN Connection
LAN Module
Interface
The LAN Module provides an interface between a computer
network and the power distribution unit using the front RJ-45 jack.
Communications between the PDU and a computer can take place via a
Telnet session or SNMP manager. If you are connecting the PDU directly
to a PC without a router, a crossover cable is required. The module operates at 10/100MB/sec via an Ethernet communication for both of these
configurations and uses a RJ45 connector for the interface jack.
Crossover Cable
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
LAN LED Status
Guide
LED
Top left
(Yellow)
Top right
(Green)
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Description
Network link status:
Off - no link has been detected.
On - a link has been detected.
Serial port activity/Network activity:
Off - the serial channel is idle.
Blinking - serial data is transmitted or received.
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The LAN module consists of integrated hardware and a network agent
software program. These components provide the ability to configure,
control, and monitor aspects of multiple units using a standard web
browser. The network interface can operate using Telnet and SNMP.
The LAN module is configured at the factory to an IP Address of
192.168.1.110 and subnet mask of 255.255.255.0. A default gateway address of 192.168.1.1 and a SNMP trap address of 192.168.1.200 are also
provided.
The Login dialog box requests a username and password. The factory
default username and password are “root” and “1234”, respectively. This
username has full privileges to set up, maintain, and control the unit.
Other Factory Defaults:
SNMP
SNMP Community Name
Telnet Setup
FTP Download
Web Server
Web Setup
ECHO
Enabled
Public
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled - Can enable with
future Firmware Update
Disabled
Disabled
The LAN module supports three IP assignment methods: Static IP adLAN Module IP
Address, DHCP, and dress, DHCP, and Auto-IP. If a static address is enabled, it will be used.
If a static address is not enabled, and Auto-IP is enabled, it will be used
Auto IP
to generate an address ONLY if DHCP is disabled, or if DHCP is enabled
and a DHCP server has not responded to the DHCP query. If both are
enabled, Auto-IP has assigned an address, and then a DHCP server
responds. The Auto-IP address will be discarded and the DHCP address
will be used.
AutoIP allows the unit to obtain an address in a network that does not
have a DHCP server. AutoIP assigns a random valid address to the LAN
module in the range of 169.254.x.x to 169.254.x.x where x is between 0
and 255 and a Netmask of 255.255.0.0.
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Device Discovery
The discovery tool “digi_dev_disc.exe” has the following:
1. “Configure Network Settings” is to configure the IP/Subnet/Gateway.
2. “Restart Device” is to reboot the PDU after assigning the new network configuration .
3. “Refresh View” is to search again.
4. “Open Web Interface” is to launch the web page.
This program is part of the PDU tools and should be placed in
C:\Program Files
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Testing the IP
Address
Configuration
Once the IP address is assigned, you should test the IP address
configuration to be sure it works as configured.
Prerequisite
This procedure assumes that you have configured the device server with
an IP address.
Procedure
1.
Access the command line of a PC or other networked device.
2.
Issue the following command: ping ip-address (where ip-address is the address you assigned to the device server).
Example:
ping 192.168.1.110
A reply should be returned.
Telnet Configuration Setting the Telnet configuration password prevents unauthorized access
of the setup menu via a Telnet connection to port 9999. The password
Password
is limited to 32 characters. Option 7 allows the user to change the telnet
configuration password.
LAN Module
To configure the LAN Module over the network, establish a Telnet
Configuration Using connection to port 9999. From the Windows Start menu, click Run and
a Telnet Connection type the following command, where x.x.x.x is the IP address and 9999 is
the LAN Module’s fixed network configuration port number.
telnet x.x.x.x 9999
Note: Be sure to include a space between the IP address and 9999.
The default IP Address is 192.168.1.110, so the command should look
like “telnet 192.168.1.110 9999”. At login, type “root” for the username
and “1234” for the password. This command will launch the configuration
menu. After the first sentence appears, press [Enter] to go into the setup
mode.
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Set PDU and LAN
Module to Factory
Defaults
Menu option 8 restores all PDU and LAN module defaults back to the
factory settings. This command will ensure that both the LAN module
and internal PDU microprocessor are returned to identical
communication settings. PDU with LAN modules should have all configuration changes made using the LAN module configuration menu selections.
Items that get restored back to default settings:
• snmpReadCommunityName
• snmpRead-WriteCommunityName
• SNMP TRAP_IP
• TRAPDSTPORT
• HTTPPORT
• USER NAME
• PASSWORD
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Exit Configuration
Mode
Select 9 to exit the configuration mode without saving any changes, or
select 10 to exit and save all changes. All values are stored in
nonvolatile RAM. The LAN Module will automatically reset, but the state
of the PDU outputs will not be affected.
LAN Module Reflash Run “digi_dev_disc.exe” utility to set up unit’s IP, if necessary. These are
part of the LAN tools.
Instructions
Locate the update file.
A. If any network setting(s) on the LAN module are changed, you must click <Restart device> to apply the changes.
B.
Place the update file “image.bin” in C:\release.
C.
In command window, navigate to C:\release directory.
Type “ftp <IP Address>”.
D.
Then log-in (User name is “root”, and password default is “1234”.)
E.
Type “binary” and press [Enter].
F.
Type “put image.bin” and press [Enter]. **Wait for the
completion message** Do not interrupt download.
G.
Type “quit” after the “Transfer Complete” message appears. It may take up to 1 minute, including PDU reboot.
H.
In “C:\release\bin”, type “ping <IP Address> -t” until the
communication is re-established. Press [Ctrl+C] to exit ping.
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Operational Control of PDU
Front Panel Menu
The unit’s LCD is used to monitor incoming power and configure the
software. The LCD has two modes of operation: Monitor or Menu. The
system menu is organized in a top down tree structure. The unit has
four buttons that are used to navigate through the menu system. The
buttons are labeled with universal symbols for Menu, Select, Left, and
Right as shown in the following figure.
MENU - Enters the menu system or moves one level up the tree.
SELECT - Moves one level down the tree or accepts a parameter input.
LEFT, RIGHT - Moves horizontally through menu items or parameters.
Alarm Acknowledgment – Silences audible alarm.
Menu Navigation
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Selecting the MENU button while the unit is in monitor mode will bring
up the system top level menu. The top level menu contains parameters
for Alarm Acknowledgement, Incoming Power Peak Readings, Incoming
Power Limit Settings, and System Configuration.
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Menu Tree
Alarm Acknowledgment
None
Incoming Power Peaks
Minimum Current Channel A
Maximum Current Channel A
Minimum Current Channel B
Maximum Current Channel B
Minimum Current Channel C
Maximum Current Channel C
Minimum Current All Channel Total
Maximum Current All Channel Total
Minimum Voltage Channel A
Maximum Voltage Channel A
Minimum Voltage Channel B
Maximum Voltage Channel B
Minimum Voltage Channel C
Maximum Voltage Channel C
Reset All Peaks
Incoming Power Limits
Minimum Current Channel A
Maximum Current Channel A
Minimum Current Channel B
Maximum Current Channel B
Minimum Current Channel C
Maximum Current Channel C
Minimum Current All Channel Total
Maximum Current All Channel Total
Minimum Voltage Channel A
Maximum Voltage Channel A
Minimum Voltage Channel B
Maximum Voltage Channel B
Minimum Voltage Channel C
Maximum Voltage Channel C
System Configuration
Monitor Display Mode
Display Cycle time
Voltage Calibration Step 1 Chan A
Voltage Calibration Step 2 Chan A
Voltage Calibration Step 1 Chan B
Voltage Calibration Step 2 Chan B
Voltage Calibration Step 1 Chan C
Voltage Calibration Step 2 Chan C
Current Calibration Step 1 Chan A
Current Calibration Step 2 Chan A
Current Calibration Step 1 Chan B
Current Calibration Step 2 Chan B
Current Calibration Step 1 Chan C
Current Calibration Step 2 Chan C
Number of Channels
Contrast
Software Rev
PEAKS - MAX, MIN, RESET
Selecting PEAKS in the menu system allows the user to view the
maximum and minimum values that have been recorded for both voltage
and current for each distribution bank. This feature also gives the user
the option to reset these values.
LIMITS - MAX, MIN
Selecting LIMITS in the menu system allows the user to set the desired
maximum and minimum values to monitor for each bank. These values
will be used by the unit as comparison limits while monitoring bank
voltage and current levels. Decisions concerning minor and major
alarms will be based on this comparison.
CONFIG - DISPLAY MODE
While in Monitor Mode, the unit can display the incoming voltage and
current readings. The menu system allows the user to select one of
three display modes: CYCLE, FIXED, and BAR.
Selecting CYCLE causes the system to cycle the display of channel
measurements. Measurements will be shown in order of voltage
channels and then current banks.
Selecting FIXED turns off the measurement display cycle. Pressing the
LEFT or RIGHT menu buttons while in FIXED mode moves to the next
reading in the cycle list.
In BAR mode, a bar graph is displayed to show all measured bank
currents at the same time. The values are displayed on a 30 amp scale.
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CONFIG - CYCLE TIME
The CYCLE TIME parameter sets the amount of time to wait before
displaying the next bank measurement. The parameter can be set to
FAST, MEDIUM, or SLOW.
CONFIG - NUMBER OF CHANNELS
The unit can be configured to work for 1, 2, or 3 power bank devices. Note that reducing the number of banks to 1 removes the total current
monitoring processes.
CONFIG - CONTRAST
The CONTRAST feature allows the user to adjust the contrast of the LCD
screen to a desired level.
CONFIG – SOFTWARE REV
Selecting the REV parameter will display the current revision of software
loaded into the meter.
CONFIG - METERING CALIBRATIONS
The unit’s onboard voltage and current monitoring devices require a
two-step calibration procedure to achieve maximum accuracy. Each
power bank has adjustable parameters in the menu system for voltage
and current. This calibration is performed at the factory before shipment.
Alarm Capabilities
Each power bank has four major alarm thresholds that can be adjusted.
There is an upper and lower limit for input voltage. There is also an
upper and lower limit for distributed current. An alarm is also signaled
if the current reaches two minor limits: 80% of upper limit, 90% of upper
limits.
If a major alarm threshold is surpassed the unit will respond by setting
the power bank indicator LED to red and setting the audible alarm
buzzer.
If a minor alarm threshold is surpassed the unit will toggle the LED
indicator and audible alarm. The 80% alarm toggles the LED and buzzer
once per second. The 90% alarm toggles twice per second.
If an alarm condition exists and the PDU is in monitor mode, the audible
alarm may be silenced by pressing the Alarm Acknowledge button. If the
PDU is not in monitor mode and is in the system menu, select the Alarm
Acknowledge menu item. The audible alarm will remain silenced until
another alarm threshold is exceeded.
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Networking Functions
Introduction
The PDU LAN Port supports the Telnet and SNMP networking functions,
which allow remote monitoring through the network environment. Table
1 lists the available Telnet commands. Table 2 lists the content of SNMP
functions – Read/Set/Trap in detail. An SNMP Manager PC Tool is needed in order to implement the SNMP functions. To implement the Telnet
and SNMP functions, the device must be configured properly, such as
assigning a valid IP address or subnet mask by using the recommended
device discovery tool.
Telnet always has the higher priority than SNMP with the timeout value of
30 seconds, which can be adjusted later.
Telnet
Communication
You can access the PDU by typing “telnet <IP> 10001” and entering the
username and password (Default username is “root”. Default password is
“1234”). The telnet session has a 30 second timeout.
A list of commands is in the following table.
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Telnet Commands
telnet <IP Address> 10001 [space before and after address]
Table 1
List of Commands:
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Command
Description
Response
@AACK
Alarm Acknowledgement
#AACK
@SYSF
Save settings to EEPROM
#SYSF OK
@BNKV A,?
Voltage Bank A
#BNKV 120.2
@BNKV B,?
Voltage Bank B
#BNKV 120.2
@BNKV C,?
Voltage Bank C
#BNKV 120.2
@BNKC A,?
Current Bank A
#BNKC 22.5
@BNKC B,?
Current Bank B
#BNKC 22.5
@BNKC C,?
Current Bank C
#BNKC 22.5
@BNKC T,?
Total Current on PDU (All banks)
#BNKC 65.3
@MAXV A,?
Read Maximum Voltage Bank A
#MAXV 138
@MAXV B,?
Read Maximum Voltage Bank B
#MAXV 138
@MAXV C,?
Read Maximum Voltage Bank C
#MAXV 138
@MINV A,?
Read Minimum Voltage Bank A
#MINV 75.0
@MINV B,?
Read Minimum Voltage Bank B
#MINV 75.0
@MINV C,?
Read Minimum Voltage Bank C
#MINV 75.0
@MAXV A,0
Reset Maximum Voltage Bank A
#MAXV OK
@MAXV B,0
Reset Maximum Voltage Bank B
#MAXV OK
@MAXV C,0
Reset Maximum Voltage Bank C
#MAXV OK
@MINV A,999.9
Reset Minimum Voltage Bank A
#MINV OK
@MINV B,999.9
Reset Minimum Voltage Bank B
#MINV OK
@MINV C,999.9
Reset Minimum Voltage Bank C
#MINV OK
@BULV A,135.3
Set High Threshold Voltage Bank A
#BULV OK
@BULV B,135.3
Set High Threshold Voltage Bank B
#BULV OK
@BULV C,135.3
Set High Threshold Voltage Bank C
#BULV OK
@BULC A,22.5
Set High Threshold Current Bank A
#BULC OK
@BULC B,22.5
Set High Threshold Current Bank B
#BULC OK
@BULC C,22.5
Set High Threshold Current Bank C
#BULC OK
@BULC T,77.5
Set High Threshold Current Bank T
#BULC OK
@BLLC A,10.0
Set Low Threshold Current Bank A
#BLLC OK
@BLLC B,10.0
Set Low Threshold Current Bank B
#BLLC OK
@BLLC C,10.0
Set Low Threshold Current Bank C
#BLLC OK
@BLLC T,10.0
Set Low Threshold Current Bank T
#BLLC OK
@BULV A,?
Read High Threshold Voltage Bank A
#BULV 135.3
@BULV B,?
Read High Threshold Voltage Bank B
#BULV 135.3
@BULV C,?
Read High Threshold Voltage Bank C
#BULV 135.3
@BULC A,?
Read High Threshold Current Bank A
#BULC 22.5
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@BULC B,?
Read High Threshold Current Bank B
#BULC 22.5
@BULC C,?
Read High Threshold Current Bank C
#BULC 22.5
@BULC T,?
Read High Threshold Current Bank T
#BULC 77.5
@BLLV A,?
Read Low Threshold Voltage Bank A
#BLLV 135.3
@BLLV B,?
Read Low Threshold Voltage Bank B
#BLLV 135.3
@BLLV C,?
@BLLC A,?
@BLLC B,?
@BLLC C,?
@BLLC T,?
@MAXC A,?
@MAXC B,?
@MAXC C,?
@MAXC T,?
@MINC A,?,
Read Low Threshold Voltage Bank C
Read Low Threshold Current Bank A
Read Low Threshold Current Bank B
Read Low Threshold Current Bank C
Read Low Threshold Current Bank T
Read Maximum Current Bank A
Read Maximum Current Bank B
Read Maximum Current Bank C
Read Maximum Current Bank T
Read Minimum Current Bank A
#BLLV 135.3
#BLLC 10.0
#BLLC 10.0
#BLLC 10.0
#BLLC 22.0
#MAXC 22.5
#MAXC 22.5
#MAXC 22.5
#MAXC 90.0
#MINC 15.0
@MINC B,?
Read Minimum Current Bank B
#MINC 15.0
@MINC C,?
Read Minimum Current Bank C
#MINC 15.0
@MINC T,?
Read Minimum Current Bank T
#MINC 45.0
@MAXC A,0
Reset Maximum Current Bank A
#MAXC OK
@MAXC B,0
Reset Maximum Current Bank B
#MAXC OK
@MAXC C,0
Reset Maximum Current Bank C
#MAXC OK
@MAXC T,0
Reset Maximum Current Bank T
#MAXC OK
@MINC A,999.9
Reset Minimum Current Bank A
#MINC OK
@MINC B,999.9
Reset Minimum Current Bank B
#MINC OK
@MINC C,999.9
Reset Minimum Current Bank C
#MINC OK
@MINC T,999.9
Reset Minimum Current Bank T
#MINC OK
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Simple Network
Management
Protocol (SNMP)
An SNMP-managed network consists of three key components:
1. Managed devices
2. Agents
3. Network Management Systems (NMSs)
A managed device is a network node that contains an SNMP agent and
that resides on a managed network. Managed devices collect and store
management information and make this information available to NMSs
using SNMP. Managed devices, sometimes called network elements, can
be any type of network based device including this PDU.
The agent running in this PDU has local knowledge of measurement
information and translates that information into a form compatible with
SNMP.
An Network Manager system executes applications that monitor and control managed devices. One or more NMSs may exist on any managed
network.
The model on the following page illustrates the basic elements of an
SNMP-managed network.
SNMP-Managed Network
NMS
User
Interface
Network
Managment
Application
SNMP
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SNMP
Agent
Agent
Agent
MIB
MIB
MIB
Managed
Device
Managed
Device
Managed
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Interactions between the NMS and managed devices can be any of four
different types of commands: reads, writes, traversal operations, and
traps.
•
Reads - To monitor managed devices, NMSs read variables maintained by the devices.
•
Writes - To control managed devices, NMSs write variables stored
within the managed devices.
•
Traversal operations - NMSs use these operations to determine
which variables a managed device supports and to sequentially
gather information from variable tables (such as IP routing tables) in
managed devices.
•
Traps - Managed devices use traps to asynchronously report certain
events to NMSs.
Accessing the SNMP Accessing the SNMP interface requires a tool, such as a network management station. The management station relies on an agent at a device
Interface
to retrieve or update the information at the device, including device configuration, status, and statistical information. This information is viewed
as a logical database, called a Management Information Base (MIB). MIB
modules describe MIB variables for a variety of device types and computer hardware and software components.
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Key SNMP Settings
SNMP read community name
SNMP read/write name
“public”
“public”
You can access the SNMP settings using Telnet <unit IP address> 9999.
The default username and password is “root” and “1234”, respectively.
Option 0 thru 3 on the Setup page:
Option 0 - Up to three SNMP trap addresses may be entered.
Option 1 - Read Community Name [default = “public”]
Option 2 - Read-Write Community Name [default = “public”]
Option 3 - SNMP Trap Destination Address
SNMP Security
•
•
Authorization: Changing public and private community names is recommended to prevent unauthorized access to the device.
You can disable SNMP set commands to make use of SNMP read-only.
SNMP MAX and MIN MAX and MIN data fields are calculated by the PDU.
To reset a MAX field, write a “0” (zero) to the data location.
Data
To reset a MIN field, write “999” to the data location.
The data location will then refresh with new calculated values.
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SNMP v2 Functions
Table 2
SNMP v2 Functions
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Variables
SNMP v2 MIB
Voltage Bank A
READ & TRAP
Voltage Bank B
READ & TRAP
Voltage Bank C
READ & TRAP
Current Bank A
READ & TRAP
Current Bank B
READ & TRAP
Current Bank C
READ & TRAP
Total Current on PDU (All banks)
READ & TRAP
Maximum Voltage Bank A
R/W
Maximum Voltage Bank B
R/W
Maximum Voltage Bank C
R/W
Minimum Voltage Bank A
R/W
Minimum Voltage Bank B
R/W
Minimum Voltage Bank C
R/W
High Threshold Voltage Bank A
R/W
High Threshold Voltage Bank B
R/W
High Threshold Voltage Bank C
R/W
High Threshold Current Bank A
R/W
High Threshold Current Bank B
R/W
High Threshold Current Bank C
R/W
High Threshold Current Bank T
R/W
Low Threshold Current Bank A
R/W
Low Threshold Current Bank B
R/W
Low Threshold Current Bank C
R/W
Low Threshold Current Bank T
R/W
Low Threshold Voltage Bank A
R/W
Low Threshold Voltage Bank B
R/W
Low Threshold Voltage Bank C
R/W
Maximum Current Bank A
R/W
Maximum Current Bank B
R/W
Maximum Current Bank C
R/W
Maximum Current Bank T
R/W
Minimum Current Bank A
R/W
Minimum Current Bank B
R/W
Minimum Current Bank C
R/W
Minimum Current Bank T
R/W
Software Revision
READ
PDU Model
READ
Number Of Banks
READ
Serial Communication Timeout
TRAP
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General MIB Usage
This section addresses the loading and compiling of MIBS into Network
Management Systems (NMS). Alternatively, you can consult the documentation of other NMS on MIB loading and compilation. Below are the
instructions for HP OpenView and IBM NetView, but you should still consult HP or IBM documentation, as the products may change.
From the GUI of HP OpenView or IBM NetView
Follow these steps to load the PDU MIBt:
Copy the files into the directory /usr/OV/snmp_mibs of the network management station.
This is the default directory where HP OpenView and IBM NetView look
for MIB documents. If you place them elsewhere, specify the explicit path
names in the loadmib graphical interface.
Set the permissions so that you have read access to the MIBs.
From the GUI menu, choose Options > Load/Unload MIBs.
Follow the instructions in the platform documentation, to compile or load
the PDU MIB.
From the Command Line Interface of HP OpenView or IBM NetView
Issue the /opt/OV/bin/xnmloadmib -load filename command, to load the
MIB file.
MIB Use With Vista
Infrastructure
Monitoring
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There is no need to compile MIBs for use with Vista Infrastructure Monitoring (VIM) [formerly Enterprise Device Manager]. However, there are a
few steps to take before VIM can communicate with a device, and these
are mostly the same for every device.
1.
The device must be configured with network settings including an IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway.
2.
The device must be configured to allow the VIM software to be an SNMP manager. This usually involves entering the IP address of the VIM server into the device’s NMS list or device access list.
3.
The device must be configured to send traps to the VIM server. This involves entering the IP address of the VIM server into a table along with the SNMP community string.
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Maintenance & Warranty
Maintenance and
Replacement parts
There are no user serviceable parts inside the PDU. In the event there is
an electronic problem with the unit, please contact the factory.
Warranty
Under normal use and specified operation conditions the PDU is warranted from the day of delivery for a period of three years. During this period, if the product should fail, the device can be sent back to the factory
for repair or replacement at the discretion of Spectrum Control.
If the device is misused or tampered with in any way, the warranty becomes invalid. SCI is not liable for any damage caused by products that
have been modified or serviced by other parties.
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IEC C13 Outlets
20A Circuit Breakers
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