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NAME

       safenet - Driver for SafeNet compatible UPS equipment

NOTE

       This man page only documents the hardware-specific features of the safenet driver. For
       information about the core driver, see nutupsdrv(8).

SUPPORTED HARDWARE

       This driver supports UPS equipment which can be controlled via SafeNet v1.0 for Windows
       (serial interface only).

EXTRA ARGUMENTS

       This driver supports the following optional settings in the ups.conf(5) file:

       manufacturer=value
           Autodetection of this parameter is not possible yet (and it probably never will be).
           Therefore, this user-defined string accepts any name. The default is unknown.

       modelname=value
           Like manufacturer above. The default is unknown.

       serialnumber=value
           Like manufacturer above. The default is unknown.

       ondelay=value
           Time to wait before switching on the UPS (minutes). Defaults to 1 minute.

       offdelay=value
           Time to wait before shutting down the UPS (seconds). Defaults to 30 seconds.

UPSCMD

       This driver supports some instant commands (see upscmd(8)):

       test.battery.start
           Start UPS self test

       test.battery.stop
           Cancel UPS self test

       test.failure.start
           Start simulated power failure

       test.failure.stop
           Cancel simulated power failure

       beeper.enable
           Enable the UPS beeper

       beeper.mute
           Temporarily mute the UPS beeper

       beeper.toggle
           Toggle the UPS beeper

       shutdown.return
           Turn off the load and wait for the power to return. Uses the timer defined by
           offdelay.

       shutdown.reboot
           Turn off the load and return. Uses the timers defined by offdelay and ondelay.

KNOWN PROBLEMS

       If you run the shutdown.return command with mains present, the output may stay on or
       switch off and not back on again. The shutdown.reboot command will unconditionally switch
       on the load again (with or without mains present).

       If the driver is called with the -k option (or through upsdrvctl shutdown) it tries to
       detect which command should be used in an attempt to stay off until mains is present again
       or to cycle the output if the power returned in the mean time. This isn’t bullet-proof,
       and you should be prepared that the power will either not be shutdown, or that it doesn’t
       return when the power comes back.

AUTHOR

       Arjen de Korte <adkorte-guest at alioth.debian.org>

SEE ALSO

   The core driver:
       nutupsdrv(8)

   Internet resources:
       The NUT (Network UPS Tools) home page: http://www.networkupstools.org/