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Tripp Lite SMART 1500 LCDT

 

Can anyone confirm this works with the plugin?  Just got two for a steal, either they talk to unraid or my pi, but I would prefer unraid.

 

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I'm new to unRAID.  I installed Nut on my server.  I'm connected via usb. It works to shutdown my server when it switches to battery mode.  However, i have tbe UPS shutdown enabled but the feature isn't working.  I stood by my UPS with a stopwatch and let it run for 7 min and it never powered down after the server powered down.  Any suggestions? 

 

I uninstslled and reinstalled nut.  I dide delete the nut folder off of my boot drive before reinstsll and it did not resolve this issue.

 

I have a tripp Lite UPS model su1500rtxlcd2u.

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I'm new to unRAID.  I installed Nut on my server.  I'm connected via usb. It works to shutdown my server when it switches to battery mode.  However, i have tbe UPS shutdown enabled but the feature isn't working.  I stood by my UPS with a stopwatch and let it run for 7 min and it never powered down after the server powered down.  Any suggestions? 
 
I uninstslled and reinstalled nut.  I dide delete the nut folder off of my boot drive before reinstsll and it did not resolve this issue.
 
I have a tripp Lite UPS model su1500rtxlcd2u.
I assume you have it shutdown based on time on battery. What time did you set it to? If you have a monitor hooked up, watch the console when that time expires and see if it's starting shutdown.

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4 hours ago, dmacias said:
6 hours ago, Dustin said:
I'm new to unRAID.  I installed Nut on my server.  I'm connected via usb. It works to shutdown my server when it switches to battery mode.  However, i have tbe UPS shutdown enabled but the feature isn't working.  I stood by my UPS with a stopwatch and let it run for 7 min and it never powered down after the server powered down.  Any suggestions? 
 
I uninstslled and reinstalled nut.  I dide delete the nut folder off of my boot drive before reinstsll and it did not resolve this issue.
 
I have a tripp Lite UPS model su1500rtxlcd2u.

I assume you have it shutdown based on time on battery. What time did you set it to? If you have a monitor hooked up, watch the console when that time expires and see if it's starting shutdown.

I have the shutdown set for 99%, I set it this way for testing.  I'm going to set it to 85% once I know it operates correctly.  The server appears to be shutting down just fine, it just won't shut the UPS off.  I attached the details in NUT on unRAID as well as screen shots from the monitor during shutdown.  I'm also running this on unRAID version 6.6.5.

NutDetails.pdf

ConsoleNutShutdown.pdf

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I have the shutdown set for 99%, I set it this way for testing.  I'm going to set it to 85% once I know it operates correctly.  The server appears to be shutting down just fine, it just won't shut the UPS off.  I attached the details in NUT on unRAID as well as screen shots from the monitor during shutdown.  I'm also running this on unRAID version 6.6.5.
NutDetails.pdf
ConsoleNutShutdown.pdf
I'll look into it. It could just be a nut problem with this ups.

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Stupid question time, Is there any difference in functionality when using auto vs. manual?  In auto mode the NOMINAL POWER and UPS LOAD values are way off from what is reported by the UPS itself.  If I use manual mode everything appears to align with what the UPS reports on it's screen except NOMINAL POWER is always reported as the value I entered in the box.  RUN TIME and UPS LOAD% are accurate regardless of which one I choose.  I'm just wondering if I lose anything by using one over the other?

 

Screenshots below to show what I mean. First one is when in AUTO mode, Second is in MANUAL.

 

 

nut (auto).jpg

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Stupid question time, Is there any difference in functionality when using auto vs. manual?  In auto mode the NOMINAL POWER and UPS LOAD values are way off from what is reported by the UPS itself.  If I use manual mode everything appears to align with what the UPS reports on it's screen except NOMINAL POWER is always reported as the value I entered in the box.  RUN TIME and UPS LOAD% are accurate regardless of which one I choose.  I'm just wondering if I lose anything by using one over the other?
 
Screenshots below to show what I mean. First one is when in AUTO mode, Second is in MANUAL.
 
 
1411991772_nut(auto).thumb.jpg.e3c294961036afb9bc3a843d083b213f.jpg
1890166965_nut(manual).thumb.jpg.ad087d72eabc3aaf8ffd7e1e4f72256a.jpg
What are the variable on the NUT details page in settings? What UPS?

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29 minutes ago, dmacias said:
1 hour ago, rclifton said:
Stupid question time, Is there any difference in functionality when using auto vs. manual?  In auto mode the NOMINAL POWER and UPS LOAD values are way off from what is reported by the UPS itself.  If I use manual mode everything appears to align with what the UPS reports on it's screen except NOMINAL POWER is always reported as the value I entered in the box.  RUN TIME and UPS LOAD% are accurate regardless of which one I choose.  I'm just wondering if I lose anything by using one over the other?
 
Screenshots below to show what I mean. First one is when in AUTO mode, Second is in MANUAL.
 
 
1411991772_nut(auto).thumb.jpg.e3c294961036afb9bc3a843d083b213f.jpg
1890166965_nut(manual).thumb.jpg.ad087d72eabc3aaf8ffd7e1e4f72256a.jpg

What are the variable on the NUT details page in settings? What UPS?

The UPS i'm using is a Cyberpower OR2200PFCRT2Ua.  When in manual mode, I just enter the ratings that the manufacturer gives, which are:

UPS Output Volt Amp Capacity (VA):2200

UPS Output Watt Capacity (Watts):1320

 

I notice in the NUT settings the variable ups.realpower.nominal always equals 296 and I think that might be the issue with the differences being displayed..  In manual mode I assume the 1320 I'm entering is overwriting that 296 in it's calculations.  Where as in Auto mode its using that 296 and thats why the ups load in watts is way off in Auto.  

 

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Hi!

 

I have an Eaton Ellipse PRO 850 that I am using with this plugin on my unRAID-machine.

 

I am having some trouble getting my shutdown settings to work 100%. I have set NUT to intiate shutdown at 10% left on battery, however it intiates shutdown way to early at around 59% from the two times I have tested now.

 

Here is my NUT Settings:

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Here is the log from the shutdown procedure:

Jan 8 23:14:17 unRAID upsmon[23159]: UPS ups@127.0.0.1 on battery
Jan 8 23:19:27 unRAID upsmon[23159]: UPS ups@127.0.0.1 battery is low
Jan 8 23:19:27 unRAID upsd[23155]: Client monuser@127.0.0.1 set FSD on UPS [ups]
Jan 8 23:19:27 unRAID upsmon[23159]: Executing automatic power-fail shutdown
Jan 8 23:19:27 unRAID upsmon[23159]: Auto logout and shutdown proceeding
Jan 8 23:19:32 unRAID shutdown[12858]: shutting down for system halt
Jan 8 23:19:32 unRAID init: Switching to runlevel: 0
Jan 8 23:19:33 unRAID init: Trying to re-exec init
Jan 8 23:19:39 unRAID emhttpd: req (5): cmdStop=apply&csrf_token=****************
Jan 8 23:19:39 unRAID kernel: mdcmd (49): nocheck 
Jan 8 23:19:39 unRAID emhttpd: Spinning up all drives...
Jan 8 23:19:39 unRAID kernel: md: nocheck_array: check not active
Jan 8 23:19:39 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3637): /usr/sbin/hdparm -S0 /dev/sdb
Jan 8 23:19:39 unRAID kernel: mdcmd (50): spinup 0
Jan 8 23:19:39 unRAID kernel: mdcmd (51): spinup 1
Jan 8 23:19:39 unRAID kernel: mdcmd (52): spinup 2
Jan 8 23:19:39 unRAID kernel: mdcmd (53): spinup 3
Jan 8 23:19:39 unRAID kernel: mdcmd (54): spinup 4
Jan 8 23:19:39 unRAID kernel: mdcmd (55): spinup 5
Jan 8 23:19:39 unRAID kernel: mdcmd (56): spinup 6
Jan 8 23:19:39 unRAID root: 
Jan 8 23:19:39 unRAID root: /dev/sdb:
Jan 8 23:19:39 unRAID root: setting standby to 0 (off)
Jan 8 23:19:39 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3638): /usr/sbin/hdparm -S0 /dev/sdc
Jan 8 23:19:39 unRAID root: 
Jan 8 23:19:39 unRAID root: /dev/sdc:
Jan 8 23:19:39 unRAID root: setting standby to 0 (off)
Jan 8 23:19:47 unRAID emhttpd: Stopping services...
Jan 8 23:19:47 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3640): /etc/rc.d/rc.libvirt stop
Jan 8 23:19:49 unRAID root: Domain e4ccb7aa-8d12-682a-06b3-307208dabd56 is being shutdown
Jan 8 23:19:49 unRAID root: 
Jan 8 23:19:49 unRAID root: Domain 3e293166-fb30-b06a-1c27-1a7d1f74abce is being shutdown
Jan 8 23:19:49 unRAID root: 
Jan 8 23:19:51 unRAID avahi-daemon[10125]: Interface vnet0.IPv6 no longer relevant for mDNS.
Jan 8 23:19:51 unRAID avahi-daemon[10125]: Leaving mDNS multicast group on interface vnet0.IPv6 with address fe80::fc54:ff:fecf:fa47.
Jan 8 23:19:51 unRAID kernel: br0: port 2(vnet0) entered disabled state
Jan 8 23:19:51 unRAID kernel: device vnet0 left promiscuous mode
Jan 8 23:19:51 unRAID kernel: br0: port 2(vnet0) entered disabled state
Jan 8 23:19:51 unRAID avahi-daemon[10125]: Withdrawing address record for fe80::fc54:ff:fecf:fa47 on vnet0.
Jan 8 23:20:04 unRAID avahi-daemon[10125]: Interface vnet1.IPv6 no longer relevant for mDNS.
Jan 8 23:20:04 unRAID avahi-daemon[10125]: Leaving mDNS multicast group on interface vnet1.IPv6 with address fe80::fc54:ff:fe0b:b049.
Jan 8 23:20:04 unRAID kernel: br0: port 3(vnet1) entered disabled state
Jan 8 23:20:04 unRAID kernel: device vnet1 left promiscuous mode
Jan 8 23:20:04 unRAID kernel: br0: port 3(vnet1) entered disabled state
Jan 8 23:20:04 unRAID avahi-daemon[10125]: Withdrawing address record for fe80::fc54:ff:fe0b:b049 on vnet1.
Jan 8 23:20:04 unRAID root: Waiting on VMs to shutdown...............
Jan 8 23:20:04 unRAID root: Stopping libvirtd...
Jan 8 23:20:04 unRAID dnsmasq[12878]: exiting on receipt of SIGTERM
Jan 8 23:20:04 unRAID kernel: device virbr0-nic left promiscuous mode
Jan 8 23:20:04 unRAID kernel: virbr0: port 1(virbr0-nic) entered disabled state
Jan 8 23:20:04 unRAID avahi-daemon[10125]: Interface virbr0.IPv4 no longer relevant for mDNS.
Jan 8 23:20:04 unRAID avahi-daemon[10125]: Leaving mDNS multicast group on interface virbr0.IPv4 with address 192.168.122.1.
Jan 8 23:20:04 unRAID dhcpcd[1675]: virbr0: new hardware address: 
Jan 8 23:20:04 unRAID avahi-daemon[10125]: Withdrawing address record for 192.168.122.1 on virbr0.
Jan 8 23:20:04 unRAID root: Network 7e6a3e65-1f8a-40ba-881f-e3fc72e43adf destroyed
Jan 8 23:20:04 unRAID root: 
Jan 8 23:20:08 unRAID root: Stopping virtlogd...
Jan 8 23:20:09 unRAID root: Stopping virtlockd...
Jan 8 23:20:10 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3641): umount /etc/libvirt
Jan 8 23:20:10 unRAID root: Stopping docker_load
Jan 8 23:20:10 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3643): /etc/rc.d/rc.docker stop
Jan 8 23:20:12 unRAID kernel: device br0 left promiscuous mode
Jan 8 23:20:12 unRAID kernel: veth5ddce05: renamed from eth0
Jan 8 23:20:13 unRAID root: stopping dockerd ...
Jan 8 23:20:14 unRAID root: waiting for docker to die ...
Jan 8 23:20:15 unRAID avahi-daemon[10125]: Interface docker0.IPv4 no longer relevant for mDNS.
Jan 8 23:20:15 unRAID avahi-daemon[10125]: Leaving mDNS multicast group on interface docker0.IPv4 with address 172.17.0.1.
Jan 8 23:20:15 unRAID avahi-daemon[10125]: Withdrawing address record for 172.17.0.1 on docker0.
Jan 8 23:20:15 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3644): umount /var/lib/docker
Jan 8 23:20:15 unRAID cache_dirs: Stopping cache_dirs process 11711
Jan 8 23:20:17 unRAID cache_dirs: cache_dirs service rc.cachedirs: Stopped
Jan 8 23:20:17 unRAID unassigned.devices: Unmounting All Devices...
Jan 8 23:20:18 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3645): /etc/rc.d/rc.samba stop
Jan 8 23:20:18 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3646): rm -f /etc/avahi/services/smb.service
Jan 8 23:20:18 unRAID avahi-daemon[10125]: Files changed, reloading.
Jan 8 23:20:18 unRAID avahi-daemon[10125]: Service group file /services/smb.service vanished, removing services.
Jan 8 23:20:18 unRAID emhttpd: Stopping mover...
Jan 8 23:20:18 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3649): /usr/local/sbin/mover stop
Jan 8 23:20:18 unRAID root: mover: not running
Jan 8 23:20:18 unRAID emhttpd: Sync filesystems...
Jan 8 23:20:18 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3650): sync
Jan 8 23:20:18 unRAID emhttpd: Stopping ProFTPd...
Jan 8 23:20:19 unRAID proftpd[2608]: 127.0.0.1 - ProFTPD killed (signal 15)
Jan 8 23:20:19 unRAID proftpd[2608]: 127.0.0.1 - ProFTPD 1.3.6 standalone mode SHUTDOWN
Jan 8 23:20:20 unRAID emhttpd: ... Stop OK
Jan 8 23:20:21 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3651): umount /mnt/user0
Jan 8 23:20:21 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3652): rmdir /mnt/user0
Jan 8 23:20:21 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3653): umount /mnt/user
Jan 8 23:20:21 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3654): rmdir /mnt/user
Jan 8 23:20:21 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3655): rm -f /boot/config/plugins/dynamix/mover.cron
Jan 8 23:20:21 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3656): /usr/local/sbin/update_cron
Jan 8 23:20:21 unRAID emhttpd: Unmounting disks...
Jan 8 23:20:21 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3657): umount /mnt/disk1
Jan 8 23:20:21 unRAID kernel: XFS (md1): Unmounting Filesystem
Jan 8 23:20:28 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3658): rmdir /mnt/disk1
Jan 8 23:20:28 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3659): umount /mnt/disk2
Jan 8 23:20:28 unRAID kernel: XFS (md2): Unmounting Filesystem
Jan 8 23:20:28 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3660): rmdir /mnt/disk2
Jan 8 23:20:28 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3661): umount /mnt/disk3
Jan 8 23:20:28 unRAID kernel: XFS (md3): Unmounting Filesystem
Jan 8 23:20:28 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3662): rmdir /mnt/disk3
Jan 8 23:20:28 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3663): umount /mnt/disk4
Jan 8 23:20:29 unRAID kernel: XFS (md4): Unmounting Filesystem
Jan 8 23:20:29 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3664): rmdir /mnt/disk4
Jan 8 23:20:29 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3665): umount /mnt/disk5
Jan 8 23:20:29 unRAID kernel: XFS (md5): Unmounting Filesystem
Jan 8 23:20:29 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3666): rmdir /mnt/disk5
Jan 8 23:20:29 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3667): umount /mnt/disk6
Jan 8 23:20:29 unRAID kernel: XFS (md6): Unmounting Filesystem
Jan 8 23:20:29 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3668): rmdir /mnt/disk6
Jan 8 23:20:29 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3669): umount /mnt/cache
Jan 8 23:20:29 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3670): rmdir /mnt/cache
Jan 8 23:20:29 unRAID root: Stopping diskload
Jan 8 23:20:29 unRAID kernel: mdcmd (57): stop 
Jan 8 23:20:29 unRAID kernel: md1: stopping
Jan 8 23:20:29 unRAID kernel: md2: stopping
Jan 8 23:20:29 unRAID kernel: md3: stopping
Jan 8 23:20:29 unRAID kernel: md4: stopping
Jan 8 23:20:30 unRAID kernel: md5: stopping
Jan 8 23:20:30 unRAID kernel: md6: stopping
Jan 8 23:20:30 unRAID emhttpd: Starting services...
Jan 8 23:20:30 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3672): /etc/rc.d/rc.samba start
Jan 8 23:20:30 unRAID root: Starting Samba: /usr/sbin/nmbd -D
Jan 8 23:20:30 unRAID root: /usr/sbin/smbd -D
Jan 8 23:20:30 unRAID root: /usr/sbin/winbindd -D
Jan 8 23:20:30 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (3673): cp /tmp/emhttp/smb.service /etc/avahi/services/smb.service
Jan 8 23:20:30 unRAID avahi-daemon[10125]: Files changed, reloading.
Jan 8 23:20:30 unRAID avahi-daemon[10125]: Loading service file /services/smb.service.

 

Can anyone help me figure out what is wrong? Thanks!

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13 minutes ago, Beta said:

I have set NUT to intiate shutdown at 10% left on battery,

If that UPS is using SLA batteries, you are seriously killing the available life of the batteries by waiting that long. Ideally the server should be shut down completely before you get to 50% capacity.

 

The purpose of a consumer type UPS is to allow for a clean shutdown with enough time to finish critical tasks. If you need extended runtime, you need a different solution.

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Hi!  

I have an Eaton Ellipse PRO 850 that I am using with this plugin on my unRAID-machine.

 

I am having some trouble getting my shutdown settings to work 100%. I have set NUT to intiate shutdown at 10% left on battery, however it intiates shutdown way to early at around 59% from the two times I have tested now.

 

Can anyone help me figure out what is wrong? Thanks!

 

 

Where are you reading the 59% from during power test? Maybe check the nut details page and show what it says after the power has been off a few minutes. It could be a problem with the nut driver and what the the ups is reporting. It might not be reporting the battery level right. I always just use a fixed time of 5 or 10 minutes.

 

 

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14 minutes ago, jonathanm said:

If that UPS is using SLA batteries, you are seriously killing the available life of the batteries by waiting that long. Ideally the server should be shut down completely before you get to 50% capacity.

 

The purpose of a consumer type UPS is to allow for a clean shutdown with enough time to finish critical tasks. If you need extended runtime, you need a different solution.

 

Thanks for the heads up! I did not know that. Yes it is using SLA batteries. I'll take this into consideration, however I do not get many power failures. Can't remember I have had any at all since I moved in 4 years ago.

 

12 minutes ago, dmacias said:

Where are you reading the 59% from during power test? Maybe check the nut details page and show what it says after the power has been off a few minutes. It could be a problem with the nut driver and what the the ups is reporting. It might not be reporting the battery level right. I always just use a fixed time of 5 or 10 minutes.

From the dashboard in unraid while I was monitoring it when testing the UPS, I was monitoring what NUT reported constantly. The display on the UPS itself was at 2/4 bars battery with about 6-7 minutes left. NUT seems to be reporting about the same as the UPS itself, the battery percentage dropped at an expected rate in NUT. 

 

Would it be better to try runtime left or time on battery? I timed the server to need about 1,5m to shutdown properly.

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1 hour ago, Beta said:

Jan 8 23:14:17 unRAID upsmon[23159]: UPS ups@127.0.0.1 on battery

 

Jan 8 23:19:27 unRAID upsmon[23159]: UPS ups@127.0.0.1 battery is low

From your log, protection time around 5min. Pls note 850 VA UPS usually equip two general battery.

 

For your case, I would suggest shutdown ASAP if power lost longer then 1 min. Because battery not always guarantee protect 5 min and loading could be change.

 

Any timing tweaking, should have longer runtime first.

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9 hours ago, dmacias said:

Where are you reading the 59% from during power test? Maybe check the nut details page and show what it says after the power has been off a few minutes. It could be a problem with the nut driver and what the the ups is reporting. It might not be reporting the battery level right. I always just use a fixed time of 5 or 10 minutes.

 

 

I have done some more testing, and whatever setting I choose it automatically intiate shutdown procedures at exactly 5 minutes. My UPS was not listed on the compatibility list so I guess it's as you said som driver issue, and it safely shutdown at some default value instead which is 5 minutes. Makes kinda sense. Well I'm happy at least knowing what causes it and battery time before it shuts down.

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Hello, 

I am new to unRAID and its plugins and I am trying to setup one of the UPS to work with NUT v2 but I cannot get the charge % or any other data to show up. Am I doing something wrong?
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Hello, 

 

I am new to unRAID and its plugins and I am trying to setup one of the UPS to work with NUT v2 but I cannot get the charge % or any other data to show up. Am I doing something wrong?

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Try using the usbhid driver instead of the tripplite usb. Or run autodetect

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9 minutes ago, dmacias said:

 

 

 

 

 

Try using the usbhid driver instead of the tripplite usb. Or run autodetect

Sadly usbhid driver detects nothing and service won't even start. 

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Sadly usbhid driver detects nothing and service won't even start. 
Did you try running autodetect? And what did it show?

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1 minute ago, dmacias said:
15 minutes ago, fireflower said:
Sadly usbhid driver detects nothing and service won't even start. 

Did you try running autodetect? And what did it show?

Auto detect set up tripplite usb, I checked with laptop that windows based poweralert local works and shows all values correctly so I would assume the configuration file in nut is wrong for this? 

Also don't know does it makes a difference but this is 230V model.

 

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Auto detect set up tripplite usb, I checked with laptop that windows based poweralert local works and shows all values correctly so I would assume the configuration file in nut is wrong for this? 

Also don't know does it makes a difference but this is 230V model.

 
It's the tripplite driver. You're missing certain variables. I'll look at compiling nut again. There are fixes for protocol 3005 committed 6 months ago and the branch I used might not have included those.
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Thank you sooooo much for this! I was upset this am to find that apcupsd did not work/detect my Cyberpower OL1500RTXL2UN.

 

NUT worked like a charm, I can sleep well tonight.

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Excuse the stupid question, but what is the advantage of NUT over the internal Unraid 6.x UPS Settings?

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Excuse the stupid question, but what is the advantage of NUT over the internal Unraid 6.x UPS Settings?
Some UPS don't work with apcupsd. I like the server/client aspect.

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Is it just my system, or has anyone else noticed that the Settings icon for NUT doesn’t display anymore since the January 24th update to fa font? I initially thought it was just a browser cache thing, but I’ve since tried multiple browsers, multiple computers, etc. The NUT icon in the plugins page loads fine, but I’m assuming that’s because it hasn’t been changed to be “awesome” :P

 

(Running 6.6.6 if that matters. I haven’t had a chance to try out the 6.7RC yet)

 

-A

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