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The UPS Network Management Card 2 from APC provides simple network management and monitoring for APC SmartSlot Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS). Installing the card is easy, and the 10/100 Ethernet port provides simple connection to your network. With notification and logging accessible over the network or from a remote location, the card is a convenient solution for technicians and network managers needing to address problems unable to come into the office.
Customize shut down and reboot of connected equipment and UPSs.
Integrates with InfraStruXure Central
An IT-ready, scalable monitoring system that collects, organizes, and distributes critical alerts, surveillance video and key information, providing a unified view of complex physical infrastructure environments from anywhere on the network.
Identify problematic trends before they escalate or export the data log for analysis.
Pinpoint the timing and sequence of events leading up to an incident with the event log.
Flash Upgradeable Firmware
Install maintenance releases of firmware remotely using FTP.
Run Command File
Run command file on shutdown sequence as well as start-up sequence.
Be notified of problems to ensure crucial situations are dealt with in a timely manner.
Remote UPS Management
Enable management of your UPS by connecting it directly to the network.
View the user interface with a browser. Provides quick access from anywhere on a secure network.
Enterprise Management System Compatible
Manage your APC devices from a single system by forwarding SNMP traps (events) to your preferred enterprise management system.
Reboot Equipment Remotely
Saves dispatching technicians to remote locations.
Operating System Shutdown
Prevents possible data corruption by performing graceful, unattended operating system shutdown in the event of an extended power outage.