I put new batteries in two weeks ago to correct the all flashing battery graph and it didn't fix it so today I ran the calibration and it seems to be taking, that's one problem fixed but I noticed it's not reporting the wattage correctly.
DATE : 2017-03-01 12:02:06 -0800 HOSTNAME : localhost.localdomainVERSION : 3.14.12 (29 March 2014) redhatUPSNAME : localhost.localdomainCABLE : USB CableDRIVER : USB UPS DriverUPSMODE : Stand AloneSTARTTIME: 2017-03-01 11:14:27 -0800 MODEL : Smart-UPS 2200 RM XL STATUS : ONLINE LINEV : 116.6 VoltsLOADPCT : 58.5 PercentBCHARGE : 66.0 PercentTIMELEFT : 9.0 MinutesMBATTCHG : 5 PercentMINTIMEL : 3 MinutesMAXTIME : 0 SecondsOUTPUTV : 116.6 VoltsSENSE : LowDWAKE : -1 SecondsDSHUTD : 180 SecondsLOTRANS : 106.0 VoltsHITRANS : 127.0 VoltsRETPCT : 0.0 PercentITEMP : 23.8 CALARMDEL : 30 SecondsBATTV : 54.8 VoltsLINEFREQ : 60.0 HzLASTXFER : No transfers since turnonNUMXFERS : 0TONBATT : 0 SecondsCUMONBATT: 0 SecondsXOFFBATT : N/ASELFTEST : NOSTESTI : 7 daysSTATFLAG : 0x05000008MANDATE : 2006-04-22SERIALNO : JS0617037870BATTDATE : 2017-02-14NOMOUTV : 120 VoltsNOMBATTV : 48.0 VoltsFIRMWARE : 690.16.D USB FW:7.2END APC : 2017-03-01 12:02:59 -0800
The problem is that gapcmon is reporting the wattage as 351 of 600 Watts. The ratio is about right since apcstatus reports load at 58.5 percent but why is it incorrectly reporting 600Watts instead of 2200?
We don't directly support gapcmon, but if you have the ability to terminal into the UPS using a serial connection we could verify whether or not the UPS is providing the proper data. You would need an APC Smart Signaling serial cable (#940-0024 or #940-1524) and a computer running a terminal app such as HyperTerminal. Given that your UPS is 10 years old and does not have upgradable firmware, there would not be anything we could do if it is reporting incorrect data, but you would at least know that it is the UPS and not the software.
Either way, this is a cosmetic issue and would not affect the performance of the UPS.
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