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Powerware UPS Monitoring Wizard

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  • Nagios XI

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Powerware UPS Monitoring Wizard
This Wizard allows you to monitor Powerware/Eaton UPS via a network management card.

You can monitor the following:
Alarm Status
Battery Monitoring Status
Battery Remaining
Battery Test Status
Firmware Version
Firmware Version - Network Management Card
Input Current
Input Frequency
Input Voltage
Output Frequency
Output Load
Output Voltage
Serial Number
Install Graph Template Instructions:

To Install graph template in NagiosXI 2012.

1.) Download check_ups_powerware.php
2.) In NagiosXI navigate to Admin tab then Graph Templates.
3.) Upload check_ups_powerware.php as a new template

To Install in versions prior to 2012.
1.) Download check_ups_powerware.php
2.) copy file to /usr/local/nagios/share/pnp/templates

This is only needed if you want to graph multiple items on the same graph for multiple phase output voltages, currents etc.

This code is based on the Dell UPS Wizards by Troy Lea. Thanks Troy.

This code was written by Cord Scott, Tom Greaser and Bryan Tolka all from West Virginia University Health Sciences Center. Support will be very limited.