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XUPS-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

IMPORTS
TimeTicks, Gauge32, Counter32, Integer32
FROM SNMPv2-SMI
DisplayString
FROM SNMPv2-TC
MODULE-IDENTITY, OBJECT-TYPE, NOTIFICATION-TYPE
FROM SNMPv2-SMI
MODULE-COMPLIANCE, OBJECT-GROUP, NOTIFICATION-GROUP
FROM SNMPv2-CONF
eaton, xupsEnvironment
FROM EATON-OIDS
-- Need to import these EMP objects to support PowerMIB-style traps for EMP
xupsContactIndex, xupsContactType, xupsContactState, xupsContactDescr,
xupsEnvRemoteTemp, xupsEnvRemoteTempLowerLimit, xupsEnvRemoteTempUpperLimit,
xupsEnvRemoteHumidity, xupsEnvRemoteHumidityLowerLimit,
xupsEnvRemoteHumidityUpperLimit
FROM EATON-EMP-MIB;
xupsMIB MODULE-IDENTITY
LAST-UPDATED "201102250000Z"
ORGANIZATION "Eaton Corporation"
CONTACT-INFO
"Eaton Power Quality Technical Support (PQTS) group
www.eaton.com/powerxpert
Technical Resource Center phone numbers
United States: 1.800.843.9433 or 919.870.3028
Canada: 1.800.461.9166 ext. 260
All other countries: Call your local service representa
tive."
DESCRIPTION
"Defines Eaton's proprietary PowerMIB for UPS and
related device data.
Copyright (C) Exide Electronics 1992-98
Copyright (C) Powerware Corporation 1999-2004
Copyright (C) Eaton Corporation (2005-)."
REVISION "201102250000Z"
DESCRIPTION
"Add new data xupsSwitchable"
REVISION
"200810020000Z"
DESCRIPTION
"Added new values of batteryDisconnected(6), batteryUnderTest(7),
and checkBattery(8) to xupsBatteryAbmStatus."
REVISION
"200705030000Z"
DESCRIPTION
"Added new value of pxg(5) to xupsSendTrapType
for Power Xpert Gateway implementations."
REVISION
"200703130000Z"
DESCRIPTION
"Initial SNMPv2-SMI-compliant Version of PowerMIB.
Incorporates all revisions of the original xups
MIB file through Version 3.13 21-May-04."
::= { eaton 1 }

-- xupsMIB { iso org(3) dod(6) internet(1) private(4)


-enterprises(1) eaton(534) xupsMIB(1) }
xupsIdent
OBJECT IDENTIFIER
xupsBattery
OBJECT IDENTIFIER
xupsInput
OBJECT IDENTIFIER
xupsOutput
OBJECT IDENTIFIER
xupsBypass
OBJECT IDENTIFIER
-- xupsEnvironment OBJECT IDENTIFIER
DS
xupsAlarm
OBJECT IDENTIFIER
xupsTest
OBJECT IDENTIFIER
xupsControl
OBJECT IDENTIFIER
xupsConfig
OBJECT IDENTIFIER
xupsTrapControl OBJECT IDENTIFIER
xupsRecep
OBJECT IDENTIFIER
xupsTopology
OBJECT IDENTIFIER

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xupsMIB
xupsMIB
xupsMIB
xupsMIB
xupsMIB

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xupsMIB
xupsMIB
xupsMIB
xupsMIB
xupsMIB
xupsMIB
xupsMIB

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10 }
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12 }
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--- xupsIdent group:


-xupsIdentManufacturer OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
DisplayString (SIZE (0..31))
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The UPS Manufacturer Name (e.g. Eaton Corporation)."
::= { xupsIdent 1}
xupsIdentModel OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
DisplayString (SIZE (0..63))
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The UPS Model (e.g. Powerware Plus Model 18)."
::= {xupsIdent 2}
xupsIdentSoftwareVersion OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
DisplayString (SIZE (0..63))
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The firmware revision level(s) of the UPS microcontroller(s)."
::= {xupsIdent 3}
xupsIdentOemCode OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..255)
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"A binary code indicating who the UPS was manufactured or labeled for.
0 or 255 indicates Eaton itself."
::= {xupsIdent 4}

--

-- xupsBattery group:
-xupsBatTimeRemaining OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"seconds"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Battery run time in seconds before UPS turns off due
to low battery."
::= { xupsBattery 1}
xupsBatVoltage OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"Volts DC"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Battery voltage as reported by the UPS meters."
::= {xupsBattery 2}
xupsBatCurrent OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (-2147483648..2147483647)
UNITS
"Amps DC"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Battery Current as reported by the UPS metering.
Current is positive when discharging, negative
when recharging the battery."
::= {xupsBattery 3}
xupsBatCapacity OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..100)
UNITS
"percent"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Battery percent charge."
::= { xupsBattery 4}
xupsBatteryAbmStatus OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX INTEGER {
batteryCharging(1),
batteryDischarging(2),
batteryFloating(3),
batteryResting(4),
unknown(5),
batteryDisconnected(6),
batteryUnderTest(7),
checkBattery(8)
}
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Gives the status of the Advanced Battery Management and Battery state;
batteryFloating(3) status means that the charger is temporarily
charging the battery to its float voltage; batteryResting(4) is the
state when the battery is fully charged and none of the other actions
(charging/discharging/floating) is being done.

checkBattery(8) indicates that the Battery state is uncertain


following a poor battery test result."
::= { xupsBattery 5}
xupsBatteryLastReplacedDate OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
DisplayString (SIZE (0..16))
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The date when the Batteries in this UPS were last replaced. Should be
the same as xupsConfigInstallDate initially. Free text format, so the
preferred local date format may be used (MM/DD/YYYY, DD-Mon-YYYY, etc)."
::= { xupsBattery 6}
--- xupsInput group:
-xupsInputFrequency OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"0.1 Hertz"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The utility line frequency in tenths of Hz."
::= {xupsInput 1}
xupsInputLineBads OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX Counter32
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The number of times the Input was out of tolerance
in voltage or frequency."
::= {xupsInput 2}
xupsInputNumPhases OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..6)
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The number of input phases (normally 1 to 3)."
::= {xupsInput 3}
xupsInputTable OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF XupsInputEntry
MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"A list of input table entries. The number of entries
is given by the value of xupsInputNumPhases."
::= {xupsInput 4}
xupsInputEntry OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX XupsInputEntry
MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The input table entry containing the current,
voltage, etc. readings for one phase."

INDEX { xupsInputPhase }
::= { xupsInputTable 1 }
XupsInputEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
xupsInputPhase Integer32,
xupsInputVoltage Integer32,
xupsInputCurrent Integer32,
xupsInputWatts Integer32
}
xupsInputPhase OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..6)
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The number of the phase. Serves as index for input table."
::= {xupsInputEntry 1}
xupsInputVoltage OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"RMS Volts"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The measured input voltage from the UPS meters in volts."
::= {xupsInputEntry 2}
xupsInputCurrent OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"RMS Amps"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The measured input current from the UPS meters in amps."
::= {xupsInputEntry 3}
xupsInputWatts OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"Watts"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The measured input real power in watts."
::= {xupsInputEntry 4}
xupsInputSource OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
INTEGER {
other(1),
none(2),
primaryUtility(3),
bypassFeed(4),
secondaryUtility(5),
generator(6),
flywheel(7),
fuelcell(8)
}
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The present external source of input power. The enumeration

'none(2)' indicates that there is no external source of


power, for example, the UPS is On Battery (an internal source).
'primaryUtility' indicates the normal case of utility input powe
r.
The 'bypassFeed' can only be used when the Bypass source is known
to be a separate utility feed than the primaryUtility(3).
'secondaryUtility' indicates that a secondary utility feed is su
pplying
power (on a dual AC input UPS).
'generator' indicates that input power is provided by a generator.
Note that the alternate energy sources of 'flywheel' and 'fuelce
ll' are
not necessarily AC input sources."
::= { xupsInput 5 }
-- xupsDualInputStatus and xupsSecondaryInputWatch would only be present
-- for UPSs with a secondary input source.
xupsDualInputStatus OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
INTEGER {
bothSourcesBad(1),
primarySourceGood(2),
secondarySourceGood(3),
bothSourcesGood(4)
}
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The present status of the sources of input power in a dual source UPS.
The enumeration primarySourceGood(2) indicates that the primary source
of power is present and within 'normal' ranges for voltage and
frequency, but the secondary source is either not present or not in an
acceptable range.
'secondarySourceGood' indicates that only the Secondary power fe
ed is
available and within its limits.
The enumeration bothSourcesGood(4) indicates that both sources are prese
nt
and within their respective 'normal' ranges;
bothSourcesBad(1) indicates that neither source is present, or, if prese
nt,
is not within acceptable ranges.
This object will only be implemented for UPSs with two sources of input
power, e.g., redundant AC feeds or a separate Bypass or Generator source
.
The secondary source will not be an AC power source in all cases."
::= { xupsInput 6 }
xupsSecondaryInputWatch OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
INTEGER {
disabled(1),
enabled(2)
}
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"This object enables(2) or disables(1) the alarms and traps related to th
e
availability and use of the secondary input of a dual-input UPS
(i.e., OnAlternatePowerSource and AltPowerNotAvailable).

To avoid nuisance alarms and traps, this object should be set to


disabled(1) when the UPS is not wired to a secondary source of power.
This object will only be implemented for UPSs with two sources of input
power, i.e., redundant AC feeds or a separate Bypass or Generator source
."
::= { xupsInput 7 }

--- xupsOutput group:


-xupsOutputLoad OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..200)
UNITS
"percent"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The UPS output load in percent of rated capacity."
::= {xupsOutput 1}
xupsOutputFrequency OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"0.1 Hertz"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The measured UPS output frequency in tenths of Hz."
::= {xupsOutput 2}
xupsOutputNumPhases OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..6)
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The number of metered output phases."
::= {xupsOutput 3}
xupsOutputTable OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF XupsOutputEntry
MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"A list of output table entries. The number of entries
is given by the value of xupsOutputNumPhases."
::= {xupsOutput 4}
xupsOutputEntry OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX XupsOutputEntry
MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Output Table Entry containing voltage, current, etc."
INDEX { xupsOutputPhase }
::= {xupsOutputTable 1}
XupsOutputEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
xupsOutputPhase
Integer32,
xupsOutputVoltage Integer32,

xupsOutputCurrent Integer32,
xupsOutputWatts
Integer32
}
xupsOutputPhase OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..6)
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The number {1..3} of the output phase."
::= {xupsOutputEntry 1}
xupsOutputVoltage OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"RMS Volts"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The measured output voltage from the UPS metering in volts."
::= {xupsOutputEntry 2}
xupsOutputCurrent OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"RMS Amps"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The measured UPS output current in amps."
::= {xupsOutputEntry 3}
xupsOutputWatts OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"Watts"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The measured real output power in watts."
::= {xupsOutputEntry 4}
xupsOutputSource OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX INTEGER {
other(1),
none(2),
normal(3),
bypass(4),
battery(5),
booster(6),
reducer(7),
parallelCapacity(8),
parallelRedundant(9),
highEfficiencyMode(10),
maintenanceBypass(11)
}
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The present source of output power. The enumeration
none(2) indicates that there is no source of output
power (and therefore no output power), for example,
the system has opened the output breaker.

'normal', 'bypass', and 'battery' indicate those common UPS stat


uses.
'booster' and 'reducer' indicate boost or buck operation, for
line-interactive UPSs only.
'parallelCapacity' and 'parallelRedundant' indicate a normal par
allel
UPS system, in either Parallel for Capacity or Redundancy config
uration.
'highEfficiencyMode' is normal but enhanced by High Efficiency m
ode.
'maintenanceBypass' indicates that the UPS is in Maintenance/Man
ual
Bypass mode.
'other' covers any other, unusual conditions."
::= { xupsOutput 5 }
--- xupsBypass group:
-xupsBypassFrequency OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"0.1 Hertz"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The bypass frequency in tenths of Hz."
::= {xupsBypass 1}
xupsBypassNumPhases OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..6)
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The number of lines in the UPS bypass table."
::= {xupsBypass 2}
xupsBypassTable OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF XupsBypassEntry
MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"A list of bypass table entries. The number of entries
is given by the value of xupsBypassNumPhases."
::= {xupsBypass 3}
xupsBypassEntry OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX XupsBypassEntry
MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Bypass Table Entry containing voltage for each phase."
INDEX { xupsBypassPhase }
::= {xupsBypassTable 1}
XupsBypassEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
xupsBypassPhase
Integer32,
xupsBypassVoltage Integer32
}

xupsBypassPhase OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..6)
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The Bypass Phase, index for the table."
::= {xupsBypassEntry 1}
xupsBypassVoltage OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"RMS Volts"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The measured UPS bypass voltage in volts."
::= {xupsBypassEntry 2}
--- xupsEnvironment group:
-xupsEnvAmbientTemp OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX Integer32 (-100..200)
UNITS
"degrees Centigrade"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The reading of the ambient temperature in the vicinity of the
UPS or SNMP agent."
::= { xupsEnvironment 1 }
xupsEnvAmbientLowerLimit OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX Integer32 (-100..200)
UNITS
"degrees Centigrade"
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The Lower Limit of the ambient temperature; if xupsEnvAmbientTemp
falls below this value, the xupsAmbientTempBad alarm will occur."
::= { xupsEnvironment 2 }
xupsEnvAmbientUpperLimit OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX Integer32 (-100..200)
UNITS
"degrees Centigrade"
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The Upper Limit of the ambient temperature; if xupsEnvAmbientTemp
rises above this value, the xupsAmbientTempBad alarm will occur.
This value should be greater than xupsEnvAmbientLowerLimit."
::= { xupsEnvironment 3 }
xupsEnvAmbientHumidity OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX Integer32 (0..100)
UNITS
"percent"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The reading of the ambient humidity in the vicinity of the

UPS or SNMP agent."


::= { xupsEnvironment 4 }
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Moved the EMP-based objects,


from xupsEnvRemoteTemp to xupsEnvRemoteHumidityUpperLimit
( { xupsEnvironment 5 to 12 }, including xupsContactSenseTable,
to separate file Eaton-EMP-MIB.txt

--- xupsAlarm group:


-xupsAlarms OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX Gauge32
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The current number of alarm conditions."
::= {xupsAlarm 1}
xupsAlarmTable OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF XupsAlarmEntry
MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"A list of alarm table entries. The number of entries
is given by the value of xupsAlarms.
Note that this table is sparsely (non-consecutively)
numbered and will be empty if there are no active alarms."
::= {xupsAlarm 2}
xupsAlarmEntry OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX XupsAlarmEntry
MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Alarm Table Entry containing descriptive information
for one alarm entry."
INDEX { xupsAlarmID }
::= {xupsAlarmTable 1}
XupsAlarmEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
xupsAlarmID
Integer32,
xupsAlarmDescr OBJECT IDENTIFIER,
xupsAlarmTime TimeTicks
}
xupsAlarmID OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (1..2147483647)
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"A unique identifier for an alarm condition."
::= {xupsAlarmEntry 1}
xupsAlarmDescr OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
OBJECT IDENTIFIER

MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"A reference to an alarm description object. The object
referenced should not be accessible, but rather be used to
provide a unique description of the alarm condition."
::= {xupsAlarmEntry 2}
xupsAlarmTime OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
TimeTicks
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The value of the MIB-II variable sysUpTime when the alarm
condition occurred."
::= {xupsAlarmEntry 3}
--- Well known alarm conditions.
-xupsOnBattery
xupsLowBattery
xupsUtilityPowerRestored
xupsReturnFromLowBattery
xupsOutputOverload
xupsInternalFailure
xupsBatteryDischarged
xupsInverterFailure
xupsOnBypass
xupsBypassNotAvailable
xupsOutputOff
xupsInputFailure
xupsBuildingAlarm
xupsShutdownImminent
xupsOnInverter

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OBJECT
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IDENTIFIER
IDENTIFIER
IDENTIFIER
IDENTIFIER
IDENTIFIER
IDENTIFIER
IDENTIFIER
IDENTIFIER
IDENTIFIER
IDENTIFIER
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xupsAlarmNumEvents OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Gauge32
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The number of entries in the UPS event history queue."
::= { xupsAlarm 18 }
xupsAlarmEventTable OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF XupsAlarmEventEntry
MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"A table of the UPS internal event history queue."
::= { xupsAlarm 19 }
xupsAlarmEventEntry OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX XupsAlarmEventEntry
MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"One of the entries in the UPS event history queue."
INDEX { xupsAlarmEventID }

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::= { xupsAlarmEventTable 1 }
-- The first 4 vars in the xAEEntry have been deprecated, since they resulted in
-- a flood of difficult to interpret data. They have been replaced by the singl
e
-- entry, xupsAlarmEventMsg, which gives a human-readable description of the eve
nt.
XupsAlarmEventEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
xupsAlarmEventID
Integer32,
xupsAlarmEventDateAndTime DisplayString,
xupsAlarmEventKind
INTEGER,
xupsAlarmEventDescr
Integer32,
xupsAlarmEventMsg
DisplayString
}
xupsAlarmEventID OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (1..400)
MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"A unique number that reflects the order in which the event
occurred. The oldest event in the queue will be number 1.
Subsequent events will be numbered 2, 3, 4, etc."
::= { xupsAlarmEventEntry 1 }
xupsAlarmEventDateAndTime OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
DisplayString (SIZE (0..22))
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
deprecated
DESCRIPTION
"The time and date that an event occurred as recorded in the UPS
internal event queue. This string will reflect the time and
date as set in the UPS itself and will not be referenced to sysUpTime.
The format is MM/DD/YYYY:HH:MM:SS. Time is 24 hour standard."
::= { xupsAlarmEventEntry 2 }
xupsAlarmEventKind OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
INTEGER {
occurred (1),
cleared (2),
unknown (3)
}
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
deprecated
DESCRIPTION
"Enumerated value that tells whether the event is an
occurrence of an alarm condition or a clearing of an
alarm condition."
::= { xupsAlarmEventEntry 3 }
xupsAlarmEventDescr OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
deprecated
DESCRIPTION
"A description of the event stored in the UPS event queue.
This description will be a sixteen bit integer value
representing one of the defined alarms in the Powerware Binary
Computer Mode communication specification; for example,
a value of 0 represents the 'Inverter AC Over Voltage'

alarm (byte 1, bit 0 in the BCM Alarm Map)."


::= { xupsAlarmEventEntry 4 }
xupsAlarmEventMsg OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
DisplayString (SIZE (0..80))
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"A text string describing each entry in the Event Log. The format of th
is
text message is free (not fixed) for the operator to read; good content
s
would be a time & date stamp, the event type, and a description of the
event."
::= { xupsAlarmEventEntry 5 }
--- More Well known alarm conditions.
-xupsBreakerOpen
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 20}
xupsAlarmEntryAdded
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 21}
xupsAlarmEntryRemoved
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 22}
-- Same as RFC 1628 Well Known Alarms:
xupsAlarmBatteryBad
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 23}
xupsOutputOffAsRequested
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 24}
xupsDiagnosticTestFailed
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 25}
xupsCommunicationsLost
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 26}
xupsUpsShutdownPending
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 27}
xupsAlarmTestInProgress
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 28}
-- Alarm for the Ambient Temperature, when outside of lo/hi limits
xupsAmbientTempBad
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 29}
-- For Loss of Redundancy in parallel systems
xupsLossOfRedundancy
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 30}
-- More Same as RFC 1628 Well Known Alarms:
xupsAlarmTempBad
OBJECT IDENTIFIER
xupsAlarmChargerFailed
OBJECT IDENTIFIER
xupsAlarmFanFailure
OBJECT IDENTIFIER
xupsAlarmFuseFailure
OBJECT IDENTIFIER

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::=

{xupsAlarm
{xupsAlarm
{xupsAlarm
{xupsAlarm

31}
32}
33}
34}

-- A Relay, Contactor, or Breaker has failed


xupsPowerSwitchBad
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 35}
-- One module in a parallel or composite system has failed
xupsModuleFailure
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 36}
-- Two Alarms for systems with an Alternate Power Source, such as
-- Secondary utility feed (on a dual AC input UPS), generator,
-- flywheel, or fuelcell. Enabled by xupsSecondaryInputWatch.
xupsOnAlternatePowerSource
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 37}
xupsAltPowerNotAvailable
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 38}
-- Some Notice condition exists which is not covered by the other WKA
-- (like an xupsInternalFailure, but at a lower level of urgency)
xupsNoticeCondition
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 39}
-- Alarms for the Remote Temperature & Humidity, when outside of lo/hi limits

xupsRemoteTempBad
xupsRemoteHumidityBad

OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 40}


OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 41}

-- Last of the RFC1628 Well Known Alarms:


xupsAlarmOutputBad
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 42}
xupsAlarmAwaitingPower
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 43}
-- Alarm for this important UPS mode
xupsOnMaintenanceBypass
OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= {xupsAlarm 44}
--- xupsTest group:
-xupsTestStart OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
INTEGER {
testBattery (1),
noTestStarted (2),
testSystem (3),
testSecondarySource (4),
flashLightsTest (5),
cancelTest (6)
}
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Setting this object initiates the requested Test.
The test types which a UPS might support are 'testBattery',
'testSystem' (a UPS General Systems test, however defined by the
UPS),
'testSecondarySource' (test if the Secondary power source is goo
d on a
dual input UPS), and
'flashLightsTest' (start a test which flashes the UPS lights, an
d if
available, sounds the horn to help locate the UPS).
If a UPS does not support the requested test, the set operation may
succeed but the xupsTestBatteryStatus will end up as notSupporte
d.
When read, this object indicates the last test requested via this object
,
if any; 'noTestStarted' could be the initial value.
Currently only the 'flashLightsTest' can be canceled with 'cancelTest'."
::= {xupsTest 1}
xupsTestBatteryStatus OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
INTEGER {
unknown (1),
passed (2),
failed (3),
inProgress (4),
notSupported (5),
inhibited (6),
scheduled (7)
}
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Reading this enumerated value gives an indication of the (last)

UPS Battery test status.


'inhibited' means that the battery test could not be run.
'scheduled' means that the battery test could not be run at the
time
of request, but will be run at some later (UPS-determined) time
."
::= {xupsTest 2}
xupsLastGeneralTest OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
INTEGER {
noTestStarted (2),
testSystem (3),
testSecondarySource (4),
flashLightsTest (5)
}
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Indicates the last UPS test requested via xupsTestStart or by other
non-SNMP means, other than for the testBattery (1) case.
The results of the test indicated by this object are reported in
xupsLastGeneralTestResult."
::= {xupsTest 3}
xupsLastGeneralTestResult OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
INTEGER {
unknown (1),
passed (2),
failed (3),
inProgress (4),
notSupported (5),
inhibited (6),
scheduled (7)
}
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Reading this enumerated value gives the result of the test indicated
in xupsLastGeneralTest."
::= {xupsTest 4}
--- xupsControl group:
-xupsControlOutputOffDelay OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"seconds"
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Setting this value to other than zero will cause the UPS
output to turn off after the number of seconds.
Setting it to 0 will cause an attempt to abort a pending
shutdown."
::= {xupsControl 1}
xupsControlOutputOnDelay OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"seconds"
MAX-ACCESS read-write

STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Setting this value to other than zero will cause the UPS
output to turn on after the number of seconds.
Setting it to 0 will cause an attempt to abort a pending
startup."
::= {xupsControl 2}
xupsControlOutputOffTrapDelay OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"seconds"
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"When xupsControlOutputOffDelay reaches this value, a trap will
be sent."
::= {xupsControl 3}
xupsControlOutputOnTrapDelay OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"seconds"
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS deprecated
DESCRIPTION
"When xupsControlOutputOnDelay reaches this value, a
xupsOutputOff trap will be sent."
::= {xupsControl 4}
xupsControlToBypassDelay OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"seconds"
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Setting this value to other than zero will cause the UPS
output to go to Bypass after the number of seconds.
If the Bypass is unavailable, this may cause the UPS
to not supply power to the load.
Setting it to 0 will cause an attempt to abort a pending
shutdown."
::= {xupsControl 5}
xupsLoadShedSecsWithRestart OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"seconds"
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Setting this value will cause the UPS output to turn off
after the set number of seconds, then restart (after a UPS-defined
'down time') when the utility is again available.
Unlike xupsControlOutputOffDelay, which might or might not,
this object always maps to the XCP 0x8A Load Dump & Restart command,
so the desired shutdown and restart behavior is guaranteed to happen.
Once set, this command cannot be aborted.
This is the preferred Control object to use when performing
an On Battery OS Shutdown."
::= {xupsControl 6}
xupsSwitchable OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX

INTEGER {
switchable (1),
notSwitchable (2)

}
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Parameter which indicates whether UPS commands received via any
communication path (aside from manual controls) are able (switc
hable)
or not able (notSwitchable) to control the UPS."
::= { xupsControl 7 }
--- xupsConfig group:
-xupsConfigOutputVoltage OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"RMS Volts"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The nominal UPS Output voltage per phase in volts."
::= {xupsConfig 1}
xupsConfigInputVoltage OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"RMS Volts"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The nominal UPS Input voltage per phase in volts."
::= {xupsConfig 2}
xupsConfigOutputWatts OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"Watts"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The nominal UPS available real power output in watts."
::= {xupsConfig 3}
xupsConfigOutputFreq OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"0.1 Hertz"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The nominal output frequency in tenths of Hz."
::= {xupsConfig 4}
xupsConfigDateAndTime OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
DisplayString (SIZE (0..22))
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Date and time information for the UPS. Setting this variable
will initiate a set UPS date and time to this value. Reading

this variable will return the UPS time and date. This value
is not referenced to sysUpTime. It is simply the clock value
from the UPS real time clock.
Format is as follows: MM/DD/YYYY:HH:MM:SS."
::= { xupsConfig 5 }
xupsConfigLowOutputVoltageLimit OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"RMS Volts"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The Lower limit for acceptable Output Voltage, per the UPS
specifications."
::= {xupsConfig 6}
xupsConfigHighOutputVoltageLimit OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"RMS Volts"
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The Upper limit for acceptable Output Voltage, per the UPS
specifications."
::= {xupsConfig 7}
xupsConfigInstallDate OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
DisplayString (SIZE (0..16))
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The date when this UPS was installed. Free text format, so the
preferred local date format may be used (MM/DD/YYYY, DD-Mon-YYYY, etc).
"
::= {xupsConfig 8}

--- xupsTrapControl group:


-xupsMaxTrapLevel OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
INTEGER {
none
(1),
critical (2),
major
(3),
minor
(4),
allTraps (5)
}
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The level of severity of traps which will be sent to the
requesting host; individual trap receivers will have
individual values for this variable. Values are:
(1) none: no traps will be sent to this host;
(2) critical: only traps for Critical alarm conditions will
be sent to this host;
(3) major: Critical and Major traps will be sent;
(4) minor: All levels of alarming traps will be sent: Critical,

Major, and Minor


(This level was added in PowerMIB v3.11)
(5) allTraps: all Traps will be sent to this host
(Critical, Major, Minor, Informational)."
::= {xupsTrapControl 1}
xupsSendTrapType OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
INTEGER {
stnd
(1),
xups
(2),
stndPlus (3),
xupsPlus (4),
pxg
(5)
}
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The type of traps which will be sent to the
requesting host; individual trap receivers will have
individual values for this variable. The additional
variables in types (3) and (4) are useful for determining
which UPS is the source on multi-port network adapters,
and for getting additional descriptive information.
Types (1) through (4) are all SNMP version 1 trap PDUs.
Values are:
(1) stnd: Traps as defined in the Standard UPS MIB (RFC1628)
and Generic (MIB II) traps as defined in RFC 1215.
(2) xups: xupsTrapDefined Traps as defined in the PowerMIB
and Generic (MIB II) traps as defined in RFC 1215.
(3 Deprecated) stndPlus: same as stnd plus variables from the interface
group and, where appropriate, xupsTrapMessage.
(4 Deprecated) xupsPlus: xupsTrapPortN Traps (same as xups plus
variables from the interface group) and,
for authFail, xupsTrapMessage.
(5 pxg: Traps as defined in the Power Xpert Gateway MIB
(PXG-MIB)."
::= {xupsTrapControl 2}
xupsTrapMessage OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
DisplayString (SIZE (0..79))
MAX-ACCESS read-only
-- actually not-accessible
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"A descriptive text message which may be sent with traps to
further explain the reason for the trap.
This object is not-accessible to MIB browsers, but had to be changed to
read-only to satisfy SMIv2 syntax checkers since it is included in trap
s."
::= {xupsTrapControl 3}
-- An Identifier for the PowerMIB traps
-- Used below in the section where the traps are defined
xupsTrapSource OBJECT IDENTIFIER
::= {xupsTrapControl 4}
xupsHeartbeatMinsInterval OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"Minutes"
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION

"How often to send the xupstdHeartbeat trap, in units of minutes.


A setting of 0 disables the Heartbeat function."
::= {xupsTrapControl 5}

--- xupsRecep group:


--- (Note that the terms Receptacle, Outlet, and Load Group are used interchangea
bly
-- here and all mean "one of a group of controllable, power-switched outputs")
-xupsNumReceptacles OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..64)
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The number of independently controllable Receptacles, as described in t
he
xupsRecepTable."
::= {xupsRecep 1}
xupsRecepTable OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX SEQUENCE OF XupsRecepEntry
MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"A list of receptacle table entries. The number of entries
is given by the value of xupsNumReceptacles."
::={xupsRecep 2}
xupsRecepEntry OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX XupsRecepEntry
MAX-ACCESS not-accessible
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"A receptacle table entry containing the status and
control values for one receptacle."
INDEX { xupsRecepIndex }
::= { xupsRecepTable 1 }
XupsRecepEntry ::= SEQUENCE {
xupsRecepIndex
xupsRecepStatus
xupsRecepOffDelaySecs
xupsRecepOnDelaySecs
xupsRecepAutoOffDelay
xupsRecepAutoOnDelay
xupsRecepShedSecsWithRestart
}

Integer32,
INTEGER,
Integer32,
Integer32,
Integer32,
Integer32,
Integer32

xupsRecepIndex OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (1..64)
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The number of the Receptacle. Serves as index for Receptacle table."
::= {xupsRecepEntry 1}

xupsRecepStatus OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
INTEGER {
on(1), off(2), pendingOff(3), pendingOn(4), unknown(5),
reserved(6), failedClosed(7), failedOpen(8) }
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The Recep Status 1=On/Close, 2=Off/Open, 3=On w/Pending Off,
4=Off w/Pending ON, 5=Unknown, 6=Reserved for future,
7=Failed in Closed position, 8=Failed in Open position."
::={xupsRecepEntry 2}
xupsRecepOffDelaySecs OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (-1..2147483647)
UNITS
"seconds"
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The Delay until the Receptacle is turned Off. Setting
this value to other than -1 will cause the UPS output to
turn off after the number of seconds (0 is immediately).
Setting it to -1 will cause an attempt to abort a pending shutdown.
When this object is set while the UPS is On Battery, it is not necessary
to set xupsRecepOnDelaySecs, since the outlet will turn back on
automatically when power is available again."
::= {xupsRecepEntry 3}
xupsRecepOnDelaySecs OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (-1..2147483647)
UNITS
"seconds"
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The Delay until the Receptacle is turned On. Setting
this value to other than -1 will cause the UPS output to
turn on after the number of seconds (0 is immediately).
Setting it to -1 will cause an attempt to abort a pending restart."
::={xupsRecepEntry 4}
xupsRecepAutoOffDelay OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (-1..32767)
UNITS
"seconds"
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The delay after going On Battery until the Receptacle is
automatically turned Off. A value of -1 means that this Output should
never be turned Off automatically, but must be turned Off only by comman
d.
Values from 0 to 30 are valid, but probably innappropriate.
The AutoOffDelay can be used to prioritize loads in the event of a prolo
nged
power outage; less critical loads will turn off earlier to extend batter
y
time for the more critical loads. If the utility power is restored befor
e the
AutoOff delay counts down to 0 on an outlet, that outlet will not turn O

ff."
::= {xupsRecepEntry 5}
xupsRecepAutoOnDelay OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (-1..32767)
UNITS
"seconds"
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Seconds delay after the Outlet is signaled to turn On before the Output
is
Automatically turned ON. A value of -1 means that this Output should nev
er
be turned On automatically, but only when specifically commanded to do s
o.
A value of 0 means that the Receptacle should come On immediately
at power-up or for an On command."
::= {xupsRecepEntry 6}
-- xupsRecepAutoOnDelay has three purposes:
-- 1. To coordinate the automatic startup of various outlets, when the normal
-- auto-sequencing of 1 second per outlet is not adequate. For example, they may
-- be used to power up hard disk arrays before CPU units are started.
-- 2. To force additional 'Down Time' during xupsRecepOffDelaySecs commands, for
-- equipment to be reset, when the standard 'Down Time' is not long enough.
-- 3. For the -1 value, to ensure that loads won't be powered until commanded,
-- following power-up or a xupsRecepOffDelaySecs command.
xupsRecepShedSecsWithRestart OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..2147483647)
UNITS
"seconds"
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Setting this value will cause the UPS output to turn off
after the set number of seconds, then restart (after a UPS-defined
'down time') when the utility is again available.
Unlike xupsRecepOffDelaySecs, which might or might not,
this object always maps to the XCP 0x8A Load Dump & Restart command,
so the desired shutdown and restart behavior is guaranteed to happen.
Once set, this command cannot be aborted."
::= {xupsRecepEntry 7}
--- xupsTopology group:
-xupsTopologyType OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..32767)
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Value which denotes the type of UPS by its power topology. Values are t
he
same as those described in the XCP Topology block's Overall Topology fie
ld."
::= {xupsTopology 1}
xupsTopoMachineCode OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..32767)
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"ID Value which denotes the Powerware model of the UPS for software.
Values are the same as those described in the XCP Configuration
block's Machine Code field."
::= {xupsTopology 2}
xupsTopoUnitNumber OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
Integer32 (0..64)
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Identifies which unit and what type of data is being reported.
A value of 0 means that this MIB information comes from the top-level sy
stem
view (eg, manifold module or system bypass cabinet reporting total syste
m
output). Standalone units also use a value of 0, since they are the 'fu
ll
system' view.
A value of 1 or higher indicates the number of the module in the system
which is reporting only its own data in the PowerMIB objects."
::= {xupsTopology 3}
xupsTopoPowerStrategy OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX
INTEGER {
highAlert(1), standard(2), enableHighEfficiency(3),
immediateHighEfficiency(4) }
MAX-ACCESS read-write
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Value which denotes which Power Strategy is currently set for the UPS.
The values are:
highAlert(1) - The UPS shall optimize its operating state to maximize it
s
power-protection levels. This mode will be held for at most 24
hours.
standard(2) - Balanced, normal power protection strategy. UPS will not e
nter
HE operating mode from this setting.
enableHighEfficiency(3) - The UPS is enabled to enter HE operating mode
to
optimize its operating state to maximize its efficiency, when
conditions change to permit it (as determined by the UPS).
forceHighEfficiency(4) - If this value is permitted to be Set for this U
PS,
and if conditions permit, requires the UPS to enter High Efficie
ncy
mode now, without delay (for as long as utility conditions permi
t).
After successfully set to forceHighEfficiency(4),
xupsTopoPowerStrategy changes to value enableHighEfficiency(3).
xupsOutputSource will indicate if the UPS status is actually operating i
n
High Efficiency mode."
::= {xupsTopology 4}
-- *************************************************************************

-- *************************************************************************
--- Traps (xupst)
--- 1) Eaton's traps have been defined in this MIB for three different sources.
-The trap definitions for the three sources are very similar,
-and use the same alarms as their triggers; their names are prefaced
-by xupstb, xupstd, and xupstp to distinguish the three types
-However, the products that the "Basic" and "Port Defined" trap types wer
e
-created for have been obsoleted, so the only trap types in active use
-are the "Defined" (xupstd) traps listed below
-The Obsolete types have been moved to file XUPS_Obsolete.mib
--a) OBSOLETE - Basic Agents for which the trap variables have not been
-defined, though trap variables are included with the trap PDU
-xupsNull
OBJECT IDENTIFIER
::= { xupsMIB 0 }
-xupsTrapBasic
OBJECT IDENTIFIER
::= { xupsNull 0 }
--b) Agents with exactly Defined trap variables, which may be
-used as input to trap response macros on management stations
-This trap type is selected by setting xupsSendTrapType to xups(2)
xupsTrapDefined OBJECT IDENTIFIER
::= {xupsTrapSource 1}
-Following the recommendations for coexistence between v1 traps
-and v2 notifications, define the snmpTrapOID base with a 0
xupsTrapOidDefined OBJECT IDENTIFIER
::= { xupsTrapDefined 0 }
--c) OBSOLETE - Agents with Defined traps including ifIndex and ifDescr,
-which can be used to determine which UPS of a multi-port
-agent (eg, Eaton Network SNMP Adapter) sent the trap
-This trap type was selected by setting xupsSendTrapType to xupsPlus(4)
-xupsTrapPortN
OBJECT IDENTIFIER
::= {xupsTrapSource 2}
--- 2) Trap Severity Level is given as a comment to indicate which
-xupsMaxTrapLevel will result in this trap being sent;
-levels are (in order): Critical, Major, Minor, Informational
--- ****************************************************************************
-- ****************************************************************************
--- Traps from xupsTrapDefined source (xupstd):
-xupstdControlOff NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The UPS output power will turn off in a number of
seconds equal to upsControlOutputOffTrapDelay."
--#SEVERITY CRITICAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 1 }
xupstdControlOn NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current

DESCRIPTION
"The UPS output power will turn on in a number of
seconds equal to upsControlOutputOnTrapDelay."
--#SEVERITY INFORMATIONAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 2 }
xupstdOnBattery NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The UPS has no AC input power and is running on
battery."
--#SEVERITY MAJOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 3 }
xupstdLowBattery NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The UPS batteries are low. Tied to low battery
alarm condition."
--#SEVERITY CRITICAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 4 }
xupstdUtilityPowerRestored NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Input power has been restored after running on battery."
--#SEVERITY INFORMATIONAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 5 }
xupstdReturnFromLowBattery NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The battery has recovered from a low battery condition."
--#SEVERITY INFORMATIONAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 6 }
xupstdOutputOverload NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The ups has sensed an overload of greater than
106 percent. Tied to the 106% overload alarm."
--#SEVERITY MINOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 7 }
xupstdInternalFailure NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Some component of the ups - rectifier, inverter,
control panel has failed. Tied to alarms indicating failure."
--#SEVERITY CRITICAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 8 }
xupstdBatteryDischarged NOTIFICATION-TYPE

OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The Battery Totally Discharged Alarm has occurred."
--#SEVERITY CRITICAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 9 }
xupstdInverterFailure NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The ups inverter is unavailable or malfunctioning due to an internal failur
e."
--#SEVERITY CRITICAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 10 }
xupstdOnBypass NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The ups has gone on bypass for some reason."
--#SEVERITY CRITICAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 11 }
xupstdBypassNotAvailable NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The ups bypass is unavailable"
--#SEVERITY MAJOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 12 }
xupstdOutputOff NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The ups output is switched off."
--#SEVERITY CRITICAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 13 }
xupstdInputFailure NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The ups input power is incorrect in voltage,
frequency, or phase rotation."
--#SEVERITY MINOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 14 }
xupstdBuildingAlarm NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"One of the defined building alarms has occurred."
--#SEVERITY MAJOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 15 }
xupstdShutdownImminent NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current

DESCRIPTION
"The ups shutdown imminent alarm has occurred."
--#SEVERITY CRITICAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 16 }
xupstdOnInverter NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The ups is returned to utility power running the inverter
after either a transfer to bypass or a run on battery."
--#SEVERITY INFORMATIONAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 17 }
xupstdBreakerOpen NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"One of the UPS breakers or contactors has been opened."
--#SEVERITY MAJOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 20 }
xupstdAlarmEntryAdded NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"An alarm not defined in the xups Well Known Alarms
(eg, an alarm defined in RFC1628)
has been added to the Alarm Table."
--#SEVERITY MAJOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 21 }
xupstdAlarmEntryRemoved NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"An alarm not defined in the xups Well Known Alarms
has been removed from the Alarm Table."
--#SEVERITY INFORMATIONAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 22 }
xupstdAlarmBatteryBad
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"One or more batteries have been determined to require replacement."
--#SEVERITY MAJOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 23 }
xupstdOutputOffAsRequested NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The UPS has shutdown as requested, i.e., the output is off."
--#SEVERITY INFORMATIONAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 24 }
xupstdDiagnosticTestFailed NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current

DESCRIPTION
"The result of the last diagnostic test indicates a failure."
--#SEVERITY MINOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 25 }
xupstdCommunicationsLost
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"A problem has been encountered in the communications
between the agent and the UPS."
--#SEVERITY MAJOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 26 }
xupstdUpsShutdownPending
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"An xupsControlOutputOffDelay countdown is underway."
--#SEVERITY MAJOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 27 }
xupstdAlarmTestInProgress
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"A test is in progress, as initiated and indicated by the xupsTest Group.
When the test is complete, one of the following traps will be sent:
- xupstdDiagnosticTestFailed if the test fails,
- xupstdDiagnosticTestPassed on success, or
- xupstdAlarmEntryRemoved in other cases (e.g., Test Canceled)."
--#SEVERITY INFORMATIONAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 28 }
-- Provide additional information with the AmbientTemp trap
xupstdAmbientTempBad
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage,
xupsEnvAmbientTemp, xupsEnvAmbientLowerLimit,
xupsEnvAmbientUpperLimit }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The ambient temperature, xupsEnvAmbientTemp, has fallen below
the set lower limit, xupsEnvAmbientLowerLimit, or has risen above
the set upper limit, xupsEnvAmbientUpperLimit."
--#SEVERITY MAJOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 29 }
-- Added to support the ConnectUPS Web/SNMP card's ability to monitor contact(s)
xupstdContactActiveNotice NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsContactIndex, xupsContactType, xupsContactState, xupsContac
tDescr }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The Contact indicated by xupsContactIndex is in its Active state.
The following are the situations that generate this trap:
For xupsContactType:
and
xupsContactState:
normallyOpen(1)
and
closedWithNotice(4)
normallyClosed(2) and
openWithNotice(3)
anyChange(3)
and
openWithNotice(3) or closedWithNotice(4)
"

--#SEVERITY MAJOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 30 }
xupstdContactInactiveNotice NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsContactIndex, xupsContactType, xupsContactState, xupsContac
tDescr }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The Contact indicated by xupsContactIndex has changed to its Inactive state
."
--#SEVERITY INFORMATIONAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 31 }
xupstdLossOfRedundancy
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"A parallel UPS system is no longer operating in N+1 redundant mode;
this may be due to module failure or removal, or due to overloading."
--#SEVERITY MINOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 32 }
xupstdAlarmTempBad
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"An internal temperature is out of tolerance."
--#SEVERITY MAJOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 33 }
xupstdAlarmChargerFailed
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"An uncorrected problem has been detected within the UPS charger subsystem."
--#SEVERITY MAJOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 34 }
xupstdAlarmFanFailure
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The failure of one or more fans in the UPS has been detected."
--#SEVERITY MAJOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 35 }
xupstdAlarmFuseFailure
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The failure of one or more fuses has been detected."
--#SEVERITY CRITICAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 36 }
xupstdPowerSwitchBad
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"A Relay, Contactor, or Breaker has failed."

--#SEVERITY CRITICAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 37 }
xupstdModuleFailure
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"One module in a parallel or composite system has failed."
--#SEVERITY MAJOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 38 }
-- xupsInputSource added to this trap's var list
xupstdOnAlternatePowerSource
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage, xupsInputSource
}
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The system is being powered by its Alternate Power Source, such as a
Secondary utility feed (on a dual AC input UPS), generator, flywheel,
or fuel cell."
--#SEVERITY MINOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 39 }
xupstdAltPowerNotAvailable
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"On systems with a separate alternate power source (eg, dual AC inputs),
that alternate power source is currently not available. This could be
a problem if the primary power source (eg, utility) fails for a period
of time longer than that for which the internal batteries can supply power.
"
--#SEVERITY MINOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 40 }
xupstdNoticeCondition
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"Some Notice condition exists which is not covered by the other traps.
This is like an xupstdInternalFailure, but at a lower severity level."
--#SEVERITY MINOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 41 }
-- Added to provide additional information with the RemoteTemp and RemoteHumidit
y
xupstdRemoteTempBad
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage,
xupsEnvRemoteTemp, xupsEnvRemoteTempLowerLimit,
xupsEnvRemoteTempUpperLimit }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The remote temperature, xupsEnvRemoteTemp, has fallen below
the set lower limit, xupsEnvRemoteTempLowerLimit, or has risen above
the set upper limit, xupsEnvRemoteTempUpperLimit."
--#SEVERITY MAJOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 42 }
xupstdRemoteHumidityBad

NOTIFICATION-TYPE

OBJECTS

{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage,


xupsEnvRemoteHumidity, xupsEnvRemoteHumidityLowerLimit,
xupsEnvRemoteHumidityUpperLimit }
current

STATUS
DESCRIPTION
"The remote temperature, xupsEnvRemoteHumidity, has fallen below
the set lower limit, xupsEnvRemoteHumidityLowerLimit, or has risen above
the set upper limit, xupsEnvRemoteHumidityUpperLimit."
--#SEVERITY MINOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 43 }
xupstdHeartbeat NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsInputSource, xupsOutputSource, xupsAlarms }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"A periodic status trap message. It is sent at an interval
set by object xupsHeartbeatMinsInterval.
The included variables provide a brief statement of the UPS status."
--#SEVERITY INFORMATIONAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 44 }
xupstdDiagnosticTestPassed NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsTestBatteryStatus, xupsLastGeneralTest, xupsLastGeneralTes
tResult }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"A diagnostic test just completed, and its result is Passed.
The included variables provide additional information on the test."
--#SEVERITY INFORMATIONAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 45 }
xupstdOutputBad
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The output condition (other than OutputOverload) is out of tolerance."
--#SEVERITY CRITICAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 46 }
xupstdAwaitingPower
NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The UPS output is off and the UPS is awaiting the return of input power."
--#SEVERITY MINOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 47 }
xupstdOnMaintenanceBypass NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsTrapMessage }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"The UPS has been placed on Maintenance / Manual Bypass by an operator."
--#SEVERITY MAJOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 48 }
xupstdCommEstablished NOTIFICATION-TYPE
OBJECTS
{ xupsIdentModel, xupsOutputSource }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION

"This trap is sent when the SNMP agent first establishes a communication
link with the UPS.
The included variables provide identification and UPS status information."
--#SEVERITY INFORMATIONAL
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 49 }
xupstdAgentDown NOTIFICATION-TYPE
-- OBJECTS { (none) }
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"This trap is sent when the SNMP agent is exiting or closing down gracefully
.
This may be triggered by a signal from the OS to stop this process. In man
y
implementations, it will be followed quickly by a restart of this vital pro
cess."
--#SEVERITY MINOR
::= { xupsTrapOidDefined 50 }

--- Conformance-related definitions


-- (Defined mostly to satisfy the MIB checkers.)
-xupsConformance OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { xupsMIB 100 }
xupsIdentFullGroup OBJECT-GROUP
OBJECTS { xupsIdentManufacturer, xupsIdentModel,
xupsIdentSoftwareVersion, xupsIdentOemCode }
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"The Full set of xupsIdent subgroup objects."
::= { xupsConformance 2 }
xupsBatteryFullGroup OBJECT-GROUP
OBJECTS { xupsBatTimeRemaining, xupsBatVoltage, xupsBatCurrent,
xupsBatCapacity, xupsBatteryAbmStatus, xupsBatteryLastReplacedDate
}
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"The Full set of xupsBattery subgroup objects."
::= { xupsConformance 3 }
xupsInputFullGroup OBJECT-GROUP
OBJECTS { xupsInputFrequency, xupsInputLineBads, xupsInputNumPhases,
xupsInputSource, xupsDualInputStatus, xupsSecondaryInputWatch }
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"The Full set of xupsInput subgroup objects."
::= { xupsConformance 4 }
xupsInputTableFullGroup OBJECT-GROUP
OBJECTS { xupsInputPhase, xupsInputVoltage, xupsInputCurrent, xupsInputWatts
}
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"The Full set of xupsInputTable subgroup objects."
::= { xupsConformance 5 }

xupsOutputFullGroup OBJECT-GROUP
OBJECTS { xupsOutputLoad, xupsOutputFrequency, xupsOutputNumPhases, xupsOutp
utSource }
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"The Full set of xupsOutput subgroup objects."
::= { xupsConformance 6 }
xupsOutputTableFullGroup OBJECT-GROUP
OBJECTS { xupsOutputPhase, xupsOutputVoltage, xupsOutputCurrent, xupsOutputW
atts }
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"The Full set of xupsOutputTable subgroup objects."
::= { xupsConformance 7 }
xupsBypassFullGroup OBJECT-GROUP
OBJECTS { xupsBypassFrequency, xupsBypassNumPhases, xupsBypassPhase, xupsByp
assVoltage }
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"The Full set of xupsBypass subgroup objects."
::= { xupsConformance 8 }
xupsEnvironmentFullGroup OBJECT-GROUP
OBJECTS { xupsEnvAmbientTemp, xupsEnvAmbientLowerLimit,
xupsEnvAmbientUpperLimit, xupsEnvAmbientHumidity }
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"The Full set of xupsEnvironment subgroup objects."
::= { xupsConformance 9 }
xupsAlarmFullGroup OBJECT-GROUP
OBJECTS { xupsAlarms, xupsAlarmID, xupsAlarmDescr, xupsAlarmTime }
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"The Full set of xupsAlarm subgroup objects."
::= { xupsConformance 10 }
xupsAlarmEventsFullGroup OBJECT-GROUP
OBJECTS { xupsAlarmNumEvents, xupsAlarmEventMsg }
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"The Full set of Alarm/Event history subgroup objects."
::= { xupsConformance 11 }
xupsTestFullGroup OBJECT-GROUP
OBJECTS { xupsTestStart, xupsTestBatteryStatus, xupsLastGeneralTest, xupsLas
tGeneralTestResult }
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"The Full set of xupsTest subgroup objects."
::= { xupsConformance 12 }
xupsControlFullGroup OBJECT-GROUP
OBJECTS { xupsControlOutputOffDelay, xupsControlOutputOnDelay,
xupsControlOutputOffTrapDelay, xupsControlToBypassDelay,
xupsLoadShedSecsWithRestart, xupsSwitchable }
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION

"The Full set of xupsControl subgroup objects."


::= { xupsConformance 13 }
xupsConfigFullGroup OBJECT-GROUP
OBJECTS { xupsConfigOutputVoltage, xupsConfigInputVoltage, xupsConfigOutputW
atts,
xupsConfigOutputFreq, xupsConfigDateAndTime, xupsConfigLowOutputVo
ltageLimit,
xupsConfigHighOutputVoltageLimit, xupsConfigInstallDate }
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"The Full set of xupsConfig subgroup objects."
::= { xupsConformance 14 }
xupsTrapControlFullGroup OBJECT-GROUP
OBJECTS { xupsMaxTrapLevel, xupsSendTrapType, xupsTrapMessage,
xupsHeartbeatMinsInterval }
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"The Full set of xupsTrapControl subgroup objects."
::= { xupsConformance 15 }
xupsRecepFullGroup OBJECT-GROUP
OBJECTS { xupsNumReceptacles, xupsRecepIndex, xupsRecepStatus,
xupsRecepOffDelaySecs, xupsRecepOnDelaySecs,
xupsRecepAutoOffDelay, xupsRecepAutoOnDelay, xupsRecepShedSecsWith
Restart }
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"The Full set of xupsRecep subgroup objects."
::= { xupsConformance 16 }
xupsTopologyFullGroup OBJECT-GROUP
OBJECTS { xupsTopologyType, xupsTopoMachineCode,
xupsTopoUnitNumber, xupsTopoPowerStrategy }
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"The Full set of xupsTopology subgroup objects."
::= { xupsConformance 17 }
xupstdNotifyGroup NOTIFICATION-GROUP
NOTIFICATIONS { xupstdControlOff, xupstdControlOn, xupstdOnBattery, xupstdLo
wBattery,
xupstdUtilityPowerRestored, xupstdReturnFromLowBattery,
xupstdOutputOverload, xupstdInternalFailure, xupstdBatteryDi
scharged,
xupstdInverterFailure, xupstdOnBypass, xupstdBypassNotAvaila
ble,
xupstdOutputOff, xupstdInputFailure, xupstdBuildingAlarm,
xupstdShutdownImminent, xupstdOnInverter, xupstdBreakerOpen,
xupstdAlarmEntryAdded, xupstdAlarmEntryRemoved, xupstdAlarmB
atteryBad,
xupstdOutputOffAsRequested, xupstdDiagnosticTestFailed,
xupstdCommunicationsLost, xupstdUpsShutdownPending, xupstdAl
armTempBad,
xupstdAlarmTestInProgress, xupstdAmbientTempBad, xupstdLossO
fRedundancy,
xupstdAlarmChargerFailed, xupstdAlarmFanFailure, xupstdAlarm
FuseFailure,

xupstdPowerSwitchBad, xupstdModuleFailure, xupstdOnAlternate


PowerSource,
xupstdAltPowerNotAvailable, xupstdNoticeCondition, xupstdHea
rtbeat,
xupstdDiagnosticTestPassed, xupstdOutputBad, xupstdAwaitingP
ower,
xupstdOnMaintenanceBypass, xupstdCommEstablished, xupstdAgen
tDown }
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"The Alarm and Event notifications from the xupsTrapDefined source (xups
td)."
::= { xupsConformance 18 }
xupstdEMPNotifyGroup NOTIFICATION-GROUP
NOTIFICATIONS { xupstdContactActiveNotice, xupstdContactInactiveNotice,
xupstdRemoteTempBad, xupstdRemoteHumidityBad }
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"The EMP's Alarm and Event notifications from the xupsTrapDefined source
(xupstd)."
::= { xupsConformance 19 }
xupsMibFullCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE
STATUS
current
DESCRIPTION
"A compliance statement for all of everything in this MIB."
MODULE -- this module
MANDATORY-GROUPS { xupsIdentFullGroup, xupsBatteryFullGroup, xupsInputFu
llGroup,
xupsInputTableFullGroup, xupsOutputFullGroup, xupsOut
putTableFullGroup,
xupsBypassFullGroup, xupsEnvironmentFullGroup, xupsAl
armFullGroup,
xupsAlarmEventsFullGroup, xupsTestFullGroup, xupsCont
rolFullGroup,
xupsConfigFullGroup, xupsTrapControlFullGroup, xupsRe
cepFullGroup,
xupsTopologyFullGroup, xupstdNotifyGroup, xupstdEMPNo
tifyGroup }
::= { xupsConformance 20 }
xupsDeprecatedGroup OBJECT-GROUP
OBJECTS { xupsAlarmEventDateAndTime, xupsAlarmEventKind,
xupsAlarmEventDescr, xupsControlOutputOnTrapDelay }
STATUS deprecated
DESCRIPTION
"Contains objects which are now deprecated."
::= { xupsConformance 21 }

END