[Nut-upsdev] AEG - PROTECT HOME support using NUT with serial protocol
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Thu Mar 29 14:24:41 UTC 2012
2012/3/29 Joachim Schiele <js at lastlog.de>
> i own a aeg protect home (think it is a 600 VA) which has a serial and an
> usb port.
> using this hack in ups.conf:
> driver = bestups
> port = /dev/ttyUSB0
> ID = FOR,750,230,230,11.0,13.5
> desc = "home-server"
> i start the driver with:
> ./bestups -a bestupsname -D -q
the bestups driver is indeed part of the large "Q1 protocol" family:
> and after adding some debugging it seems to work (not yet in production).
> i first started by looking at the protocol and it is very very similar to
> www.networkupstols.org/ups-protocols/megatec.html at least protocol wise.
so the way to go is blazer_ser or blazer_usb
> but i have a few problems
> ==== problem 1 ====
> using FOR is wrong as it then reports as a different device than it
> actually is. should i add a new device string, say APH?
> ==== problem 2 ====
> i would like to use the usb protocol but i don't know where to start.
> Bus 003 Device 003: ID 0665:5161 Cypress Semiconductor USB to Serial
confirming blazer_usb support
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