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Note

When a user reports that a variable/command is not right then it will be highlighted by a red underline.

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2.7.1

Report #1

This device is known to work with driver usbhid-ups.

You can grab a dummy-ups compliant .dev file to simulate this device clicking here.

Known supported variables

This device is known to support the following variables (values are just examples):

battery.charge

100

battery.charge.low

10

battery.charge.warning

20

battery.mfr.date

CPS

battery.runtime

2878

battery.runtime.low

300

battery.type

PbAcid

battery.voltage

16.0

The value should be around 24.

CyberPower states that battery voltage is not supported in this model of UPS. It’s not even shown in their PowerPanel software.

battery.voltage.nominal

24

device.mfr

CP1500PFCLCD

device.model

CRCA102*AF1

device.serial

CPS

device.type

ups

driver.name

usbhid-ups

driver.parameter.pollfreq

30

driver.parameter.pollinterval

2

driver.parameter.port

auto

driver.parameter.vendorid

0764

driver.version

2.7.1

driver.version.data

CyberPower HID 0.3

driver.version.internal

0.38

input.transfer.high

139

input.transfer.low

88

input.voltage

120.0

input.voltage.nominal

120

output.voltage

136.0

Always at 136.0.

ups.beeper.status

enabled

ups.delay.shutdown

20

ups.delay.start

30

ups.load

17

ups.mfr

CP1500PFCLCD

ups.model

CRCA102*AF1

ups.productid

0501

ups.realpower.nominal

900

ups.serial

CPS

ups.status

OL

ups.test.result

No test initiated

ups.timer.shutdown

-60

ups.timer.start

-60

ups.vendorid

0764