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National signing day for mac. I have an APC UPS 620 and a Windows Server 2012 R2 (non virtual) server. The server and the UPS are connected with genuine APC serial signaling cable. • Without installing any software the APC is not recognized as a device in the Device Manager. Is that normal/expected? I've read that USB connected APCs are recognized.
The USB end of this cable should be plugged into a USB slot on the Mac Pro computer and the other end plugged into the slot labeled Data Port on the APC UPS. With this cable connected the APC UPS will communicate to the computer the charge percentage of the battery and a loss of AC power. APC, in their infinite wisdom, decided to customize the pinouts slightly so that you can't use a standard DB9 serial cable. These cables cost a lot more than they should so I strongly encourage you to build your own 940-0024C serial cable.
• How can I monitor that APC from the server? I recently installed the latest PowerChute Business Edition (v9.2 for 5 node), but I don't see the APC listed either during the installation process. As far as I understand this latest version may not support serial signaling at all?
Some search shows that PowerChute v7.05 supports serial signaling but that version dates back to 2007, so way back before 2012 existed. 8gb ddr3 sodimm memory. What's the best method to monitor my APC UPS in this case?