Does your Emerson 600 have either a serial port or a USB port? If yes,
then somewhere there is software that will control the UPS 600. If there
are no ports, then there is no software and you can stop looking.
Good. Get a serial cable and connect it to your computer and then
install the software located here:
On Friday, October 11, 2013 1:21:25 PM UTC-4, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I've always heard it called a DB9 and never a DE9.
You have always heard it called the wrong thing then. It is a DE-9 , but
almost always called a DB-9.
There are atleast 5 of the D connectors. DA,DB,DC,DD,DE.
Almost every one does call them DB connectors even though it is wrong.
On Fri, 11 Oct 2013 19:27:50 -0400, "Ralph Mowery"
Actually it depends on the manufacturer. Technically they are sub D
connectors, and the hiigh density Sub D cunnectors are generally
referred to as either HD or DH - most commonly HD. Some manufacturers
call all sub D connectors as DB, 8, 15, 25, 37 or 50 pin standard
Cannon invented the sub-d connector and the Cannon nomenclature is as
you stated - but virtually every other producer uses the DB
designation, rightly or wrongly.
On 10/11/2013 11:11 PM, email@example.com wrote:
Street names? That gives me visions of over size
baseball caps, bling, and home boys packing a nine.
Pants on the ground.
Yo, man, slip me a sub D connecto fo dis serial
po. Ma tow ain doin no UPS shut down. Know ahm
Christop A. Yo
Learn about Big J
Most quality UPS will come with a software application you can load on your
computer that will shutdown the computer after it has been ON-BATTERY for a
configurable amount of time (c.f. Powerchute).
UPS batteries should last 3 years in a consumer-grade UPS, and 5 years
in a commercial grade UPS.
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