AUTOMATIC UPS MONITORING SYSTEM
The Automatic UPS monitoring system canmaintain and monitor the UPS units individually.This system is mainly developed to provide anoverall Control over various UPS units of theorganization. Moreover, the alerts are provided for Power out of Tolerance, Overload, Battery Low,Main Power supply failed and High temperature.These alerts are sent to the corresponding mobilenumbers immediately.The details of the values of the various UPSunits such as the input voltage, output voltage,output Load, battery capacity, Input frequency, UPStemperature are all obtained from the UPS andstored in the database. The cause for any problemcannot be predicted here.Each UPS unit in the network can becontrolled using a single system using their IPaddress.
The main objective is to control andmonitor all the UPS units using a single system.The values of all the parameters are storedautomatically in the database. The alerts are sentimmediately to the mobiles, so that preventiveactions can be taken before any adverse effects take place.The automatic UPS monitoring systemmanages the data and sends alert signals to themobiles. Since the UPS are connected in LAN,intranetcan be used to view the status of all the UPS units.The details can be viewed through the Internet also.The parameters available in the historylog of the UPS details is shown in the followingfig.1.
Fig.1. Various Parameters Of HistoryLog
There are two types of user login. Thenormal user can view all the details such as historylog, extended log , Events log and clear and savelog. The administrator can view the details and alsoshutdown the UPS from the system. Moreover he isgiven rights to perform any modification also.The functional block diagram of theAutomatic UPS monitoring System is shown in thefig .2UPS History
History logExtended LogEvents LogClear & Save
Log DateLog TimeInput VoltageOutput VoltageOutput LoadBatterycapacityInput frequencyUpsTempStart DateStart TimeEnd DateEndTimeInput VoltageOutput VoltageOutput LoadBatterycapacityInput requencyDateTimeEventDescription
History logExtendedLogEvents Log