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12/31/2010

Paper on AUTOMATIC UPS MONITORING SYSTEM [Wireless Technology

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PRESENTED BY, R.ARTHANARI V.MEENA FINAL YEAR DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY. Contact Details: E-Mail ID: rarthanari@gmail.com vmeenait@gmail.com

SONA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY SALEM-636005

ABSTRACT

Nowadays, UPS has become mandatory in most of the institutions and organizations. The UPS monitoring system is developed to provide an overall system to monitor and control the various UPS units located at different locations of the organization. The status of the UPS units available are all automatically stored in the database for future use. The root cause for any problems can be predicted only if the history of all the parameters of UPS units are available. The alert conditions occurring due to issues such as low battery, high temperature, etc. in any of the UPS units is sent as an alert message to the administrators through the mobiles. The UPS can be shutdown automatically from the system. The status and values of the parameters of these UPS units can be viewed

through the Website also, so that the Administrator can track the details from anywhere. The reports are generated such that the details of any log for all the UPS units can be viewed. Graphs are plotted for any particular parameter (input voltage,output voltage)for all the UPS units and between two parameters(temperature Vs battery capacity)for a particular UPS. A website is hosted that allows the user to view the details of the UPS units in the organization from anywhere. The aim of the system is to provide an overall control over all the units available in the organization.

AUTOMATIC UPS MONITORING SYSTEM
1.INTRODUCTION: The Automatic UPS monitoring system can maintain and monitor the UPS units individually. This system is mainly developed to provide an overall Control over various UPS units of the organization. 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 mobile numbers immediately. The details of the values of the various UPS units such as the input voltage, output voltage, output Load, battery capacity, Input frequency, UPS temperature are all obtained from the UPS and stored in the database. The cause for any problem cannot be predicted here. Each UPS unit in the network can be controlled using a single system using their IP address. 2.OBJECTIVE: The main objective is to control and monitor all the UPS units using a single system. The values of all the parameters are stored automatically in the database. The alerts are sent immediately to the mobiles, so that preventive actions can be taken before any adverse effects take place. The automatic UPS monitoring system manages the data and sends alert signals to the mobiles. Since the UPS are connected in LAN, intranet can be used to view the status of all the UPS units. The details can be viewed through the Internet also. The functional block diagram of the Automatic UPS monitoring System is shown in the fig .2 Fig.1. Various Parameters Of HistoryLog
Log Date Log Time Input Voltage Output Voltage Output Load Batterycapacity Input frequency UpsTemp Start Date Start Time End Date EndTime Input Voltage Output Voltage Output Load Batterycapacity Input requency
History log Extended Log Events Log Clear & Save

The parameters available in the history log of the UPS details is shown in the following fig.1.

UPS History

Log

Date Time Event Description

History log ExtendedLog Events Log

There are two types of user login. The normal user can view all the details such as history log, extended log , Events log and clear and save log. The administrator can view the details and also shutdown the UPS from the system. Moreover he is given rights to perform any modification also.

Automatic UPS Monitoring System

INTER NET

Given the date and time of any UPS unit, the values of History log, Extended log, Events log, Clear and save log can be viewed

Server Mobile

UPS

S

UPS History Log Data
DBMS

Fig.2. Functional Block Diagram Automatic UPS Monitoring System 3.MODULES:

Of
DATE: 28/1/2009 TIME: 8.008:04 EVENT HISTORY LOG

The values of the log details of all the UPS units are fetched from the UPS and stored in the server From the server , these details are stored in the database and used in generation of reports.The alert messages are sent to the mobiles.A website is being hosted through which all the details can be viewed. 3.1.LAN: The various UPS units located at different locations of the organization are connected in LAN through IP address of each. Through this IP address the status of the UPS ie ON or OFF is known..
ATE: D 2 8/1/2009 Log Date
28/01/2009 28/01/2009 28/01/2009 28/01/2009 28/01/2009

Log Time
8:00:00 8:01:00 8:02:00 8:03:00 8:04:00

Input Volt
221 222 221 222 223

Output Volt
221 222 221 222 223

Output Load
1 1 1 1 1

Battery capacit y
100 99 97 98 99

Input frequency
49.1 49.8 49.3 49.5 s49.6

UpsTemp
39 39 39 39 39

3.2.2.Advanced Search: The values of History log, Extended log, Events log, Clear and save log of all the UPS units can be viewed at a time , by specifying the date and time. UPS History Log Data
TIME: 8.15 EVENT HISTORY LOG

3.2.AUTOMATIC DATA FETCH AND STORE: The details like the History log, Extended log, Clear and save log are all automatically fetched from the UPS units and stored in the database. This is implemented using Java Server Pages. The values are fetched directly from the UPS through the server. The Environmental Monitoring Device(EMD) provides the status of the two devices being connected to it.Here, EMD helps in delivering the status of UPS such as the temperature, humidity and other environmental conditions. WAP bridges the gap between mobile 3.2.1.Search: world and the internet.To provide this facility,
UPS no: UPS 1 UPS 2 UPS 3 UPS 4 UPS 5 Log Date 28/1/2009 28/1/2009 28/1/2009 28/1/2009 28/1/2009 Log Time 8.15 8.15 8.15 8.15 8.15 Input Volt 221 222 223 222 223 Output Vol 221 222 223 222 223 Output Load 1 1 1 1 1 Battery capacity 100 96 95 98 89 Input freq 49 49.1 49.3 49.5 49.9 UpsTemp 39 39 39 39 39

3.3.MOBILE: The status of the UPS units of the organization can be viewed using mobile phone. Alert message can be viewed through mobile. Here WAP technology is used to provide this service.

a web service is invoked by passing the phone number and message as parameters. This web service implements SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol)concepts. The parameters passed are taken as the arguments of the objects and called. Mobile Alerts: Whenever the battery goes low or input voltage fails or the temperature goes high or any other alert condition arises, the alert message is sent to the mobiles through the internet. The mobile number parameters.
Internet

got and

the historical variation of the

above mentioned variables are noted.  The values of the parameters for all the units at a particular specified time are generated as reports.

The obtained values are plotted as graphs. The variation between two parameters of any particular UPS is clearly showed using the graph. The particular value such as temperature, frequency, etc. are viewed for all the UPS units for the current time.

the message

Alerts such as Overload, battery low, High Temperature, etc. . are sent to mobile immediately.

displaying the status of the UPS are passed as

5.CONCLUSION: Thus, this project will overcome the difficulty in controlling and monitoring the UPS units individually and manually. Since the units are connected in LAN, the details can be viewed through intranet also. The alerts are sent immediately to the mobiles. So the necessary precautions are taken accordingly. The details can be viewed in website also from anywhere. The reports are generated so that the variations are viewed clearly. Moreover, the graphs are plotted with the current values to reveal the status of the UPS units.

UPS

Alert Batter y Low 45%

Battery Capacity 45%

Fig.3.Message Alerts 3.4.WEBSITE: The details of all the parameters like the input voltage, output voltage, output load, Battery capacity, UPS temperature, Input frequency are displayed in the website. Through this also the administrator can login and shutdown the ups units from the system. 4.BENEFITS:

Network UPS management allows remote management of the UPS from any workstation through Internet or Intranet.

The reports of the values of voltage, frequency, current , Battery capacity are

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