apcupsd can get lots of interesting information out of most APC UPSen,
including the estimated battery performance (depending on the model).
On Mon, Apr 7, 2008 at 1:48 PM, Cian Davis <davisc at skynet.ie> wrote:
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>>> Hi All,
> We've had a APC 7.5kVA Smart-UPS running for about 3 years. It runs
> about 30% of capacity and has only been run on batteries for more than
> a few seconds once or twice.
>> Question is, when should we replace the batteries? And is there a
> better way to measure battery life than turn off the power and see how
> long it runs on batteries?
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