UPS Network Management Card 3 with Environmental Monitoring
Remote monitoring and control of an individual UPS by connecting it directly to the network.
Includes: Temperature sensor, USB cable, User manual
BACnet/IP Support for Smart-UPS
Supports reporting UPS information to Building Management Systems or other third party management systems via BACnet/IP (BTL certified) (Single Phase Smart-UPS only)
Command line interface
Offers simultaneous remote management access through Telnet and SSH
Compatible with Smart-UPS
Compatible with Smart-UPS. For complete list of supported Smart-UPS, please refer to FAQ ID br /a href="https://www.apc.com/us/en/faqs/index?page=content&id=FA237786"FA237786./a
Securely connect via HTTPS/SSL, SSH (up to 2048-bit encryption), SNMPv3
Expandable Input and Output Ports
Supports the Temperature Sensor, Temperature and Humidity Sensor and Dry Contact I/O Accessory
Gigabit Ethernet Support
Supports faster Communication at 1 Gbps (Gigabit per second) over Network.
Capable of operating on a network using IPv6 protocol
Micro-USB based Console Support
For faster and easier Troubleshooting and Configuration.
Modbus TCP Support
Supports reporting UPS information to Building Management Systems or other third party management systems via Modbus TCP.
Multiple language support
Web browser interface available in English, French, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
Multiple user access
Supports simultaneous web browser access for up to 8 users and network command line interface access for up to 3 users
Root of Trust Support
Supports Secure Boot with Root of Trust for enhanced Security.
Smart Battery Management Support
Detailed battery information including battery cartridge parameters provides early-warning fault analysis to simplify management of the entire battery system (SRT Smart-UPS only).
Standard UPS RFC 1628 MIB Compatible
Make UPS information available to your preferred network, server or enterprise management system by forwarding SNMP traps (events) using RFC 1628 MIB.
UPS Firmware Update
User friendly mechanism to remotely and seamlessly update UPS firmware via the web browser interface (SMX, SMT and SRT Smart-UPS only).
UPS Network Management Cards Features & Benefits
Remote device management
Enable management of your UPS by connecting it directly to the network.
Real-time event notification minimizes response times to critical physical infrastructure situations. Enables IT Administrators to reduce mean time to repair, improve efficiency, and maximize uptime.
Identify problematic trends before they escalate or export the data log for analysis.
Scheduled shutdown and reboot
Customize shut down and reboot of connected equipment and UPSs.
Pinpoint the timing and sequence of events leading up to an incident with the event log.
Be notified of problems to ensure crucial situations are dealt with in a timely manner.
Enterprise management system compatible
Make device information available to your preferred enterprise management system by forwarding SNMP traps (events) across SNMPv1 and SNMPv3 using the PowerNet MIB
Integrates with StruxureWare Data Center Expert
An IT-ready, scalable access monitoring system that collects, organizes, and distributes critical alerts, surveillance video and key information, providing a unified view of complex physical infrastructure environments from anywhere on the network
Total cost of Ownership
Flash upgradeable firmware
Install maintenance releases of firmware remotely using FTP.
View the user interface with a browser. Provides quick access from anywhere on a secure network.
Reboot equipment remotely
Saves dispatching technicians to remote locations.
Reliable network-based shutdown of multiple servers
Multi-tier user access
Supports up to four access levels - Administrator, Device User, Read-Only User and Network-only User - with user name and password requirements.
Use an existing radius server to securely authenticate, authorize, and account for your APC device.
User-selectable password with strong password rules and reset password mechanism.
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