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UPS Power-related Power Name Explanation
- Feb 07, 2018 -

Noise (electricallinenoise): Refers to RF * (RFI) and electromagnetic * (EFI) and various other high-frequency *, motor operation, relay action, motor controller work, broadcast emission, microwave radiation, as well as electrical storms, will cause noise.

Frequency Drift (frequencyvariation): Refers to the change in the frequency of the mains more than 3Hz, which is mainly due to the unstable operation of emergency generators, or by the frequency of unstable power supply.

Voltage is too low (brownout): refers to the mains voltage effective value below the rated value, and lasts a long time, its causes include: large equipment start-up and application, main power line switch, start large motor, line overload and so on.

Mains interruption (POWERFAI1): Refers to the mains interruption and lasts at least two cycles to several hours, the reasons are: circuit breaker trip, mains supply interruption, power grid failure.

SNMP: is the abbreviation for the Simple Network Management Protocol (SIMPLENETWORKMANAGEMENTPROTOCOL). The implication is that computers and peripherals can be connected directly to the network without a computer, and that the network system is managed. Higher-order UPS usually have an optional SNMP network management interface that allows the ups to easily connect to the network.