1 Contents Introduction--1 Product Description Access Procedures How to Recover from a Lost Password Upgrading Firmware Front Panel Rear Panel Optional Temperature and Humidity Sensors Watchdog Features Hardware Alarms--17 Alarm Messages Clearing the Hardware Alarms Web Interface--20 How to Log On Summary Page Navigation Menu Control Console--32 How to Log On Main Screen Control Console Menus Menus--41 Environment Menu Input Contacts Output Relays Alarm Beacon Sensors I
2 Outlets Custom Events Device Info Event-Related Menus--60 Introduction Event Log Event Actions (Web Interface Only) Event Recipients Feature How to Configure Individual Events Data Menu (Web Interface Only)--76 Log Option Configuration Option Network Menu--78 Introduction Option Settings System Menu--106 Introduction Option Settings Boot Mode--118 Introduction DHCP Configuration Settings Security--127 Security Features Encryption Creating and Installing Digital Certificates Firewalls II
3 Using the APC Security Wizard--144 Overview Create a Root Certificate & Server Certificates Create a Server Certificate and Signing Request Create an SSH Host Key APC Device IP ConfigurationWizard--160 Purpose and Requirements Install the Wizard Use the Wizard How to Export Configuration Settings--165 Retrieving and Exporting the.ini file The Upload Event and its Error Messages Using the Device IP Configuration Wizard File Transfers--173 Introduction Upgrading Firmware Verifying Upgrades and Updates Product Information--184 Warranty and Service Life-Support Policy Index--187 III
4 Introduction Product Description Features of the The APC is a rack-mountable product that monitors and controls the essential functions needed to ensure the availability of the racks in a room. It provides the following features: Network wiring consolidation for all Web-enabled APC products. Temperature, humidity and Air Removal Unit (ARU) monitoring through the A-link connections and separate sensor ports. Input contact monitoring for use with dry contact sensors. Two controlled power outlets. Event and data logs accessible by Telnet, FTP, Secure CoPy (SCP), serial connection, or a Web browser. notifications and SNMP traps based on the severity level of events. The does not provide battery backup or surge protection. To ensure that any devices connected to the two outlets on the Environmental Management System are protected from power failure or power surges, connect the Environmental Management System to an APC UPS. 1
5 Initial setup You must define the following three TCP/IP settings for the Environmental Management System before it can operate on the network. IP address of the Subnet mask IP address of the default gateway See also To configure the TCP/IP settings, see the Environmental Management System Installation and Quick Start Manual, provided in printed form, and in PDF form on the APC Utility CD. 2
6 Access Procedures Overview Three interfaces (control console, display interface, and Web interface) provide menus with options that allow you to manage the Environmental Management System. The SNMP interface allows you to use an SNMP browser with the PowerNet Management Information Base (MIB) to manage the. See also For more information about the internal user interfaces, see Control Console and Web Interface. To use the PowerNet MIB with an SNMP browser, see the PowerNet SNMP Management Information Base (MIB) Reference Guide, which is provided on the APC Utility CD. Access priority for logging on Only one user at a time can log on to the Environmental Management System to use its internal user interface features. The priority for access is as follows: Local access to the control console from a computer with a direct serial connection to the always has the highest priority. Telnet or Secure SHell (SSH) access to the control console from a remote computer has priority over Web access. Web access, either directly or through the InfraStruXure Manager, has the lowest priority. 3
7 Types of user accounts The has three levels of access (Administrator, Device Manager, and Read-Only User), all of which are protected by user name and password requirements. Account Type Default User Name Default Password Access Administrator apc apc All of the management menus available in the control console and the Web interface. Device Manager device apc The Device Manager menu and its sub-menus in the control console, and all menus in the top section of the navigation panel of the Web interface. The Log option in the Events menu in the Web interface. A Device Manager can also access the event log in the control console by pressing CTRL-L. The Data Log option in the Data menu on the Web interface. Read-Only User readonly apc Access through the Web interface only. Access to the same menus as a Device Manager, but without the capability to change configurations, control devices, delete data, or use FTP-related options. Links to configuration options are visible but disabled, and the event and data logs display no Delete button. 4
8 You must use the Web interface to configure values for the Read-Only User. To set User Name and Password values for the three account types, see User manager. APC recommends changing the default user name and password for security reasons. 5
9 How to Recover from a Lost Password You can use a local computer that connects to the Environmental Management System through the serial port to access the control console. 1. Select a serial port at the local computer, and disable any service that uses that port. 2. Connect the serial cable (APC part number ) to the selected port on the computer and to the configuration port at the Environmental Management System: Modbus and the control console share a common serial port. You can use either one or the other, one at a time, to access the. 3. Run a terminal program (such as HyperTerminal ) on your computer and configure the selected port as follows: 9600 bps (or bps, if you are using Modbus configured at that rate) 8 data bits no parity 1 stop bit no flow control Modbus runs at 9600 or bps. To use the control console when Modbus is enabled, your computer s serial port must communicate at the same serial protocol rate as Modbus. 6
10 4. Press ENTER, repeatedly if necessary, to display the User Name prompt. If you are unable to display the User Name prompt, verify the following: The serial port is not in use by another application. The terminal settings are correct as specified in step 3. The correct cable is being used as specified in step Press the Reset button on the Rear Panel of the Environmental Management System. The Status LED will flash alternately orange and green. Press the Reset button a second time immediately while the LED is flashing to reset the user name and password to their defaults temporarily. 6. Press ENTER as many times as necessary to redisplay the User Name prompt, then use the default, apc, for the user name and password. (If you take longer than 30 seconds to log on after the User Name prompt is redisplayed, you must repeat step 5 and log on again.) 7. From the Control Console menu, select System, then User Manager. 8. Select Administrator, and change the User Name and Password settings, both of which are now defined as apc. 9. Press CTRL-C, log off, reconnect any serial cable you disconnected, and restart any service you disabled. 7
11 Upgrading Firmware Firmware file transfer method You can use FTP or SCP to upgrade the firmware of one or more s over the network. You can use XMODEM to upgrade the firmware for a Environmental Management System that is not on the network. When you use FTP or XMODEM to upgrade the firmware for a, the APC Operating System (AOS) module must be transferred to the before you transfer the application module. 0 To download a firmware upgrade for your Environmental Management System, see File Transfers. 8
12 Front Panel Item RS232 Console Port N-1 Power Check Log Minor Alarm Major Alarm Description RS232 Console Port Connect to a local computer, using the configuration cable (APC part number ), for access to all setup, status, maintenance, and diagnostic information for the. Power LED Indicates whether the Environmental Management System is receiving power (green: powered; dark: not powered). Check Log LED Indicates an entry has been added to the event log. The check log LED can be configured to activate for different severities of events. See Device parameter configuration. Minor Alarm LED Indicates that a minor alarm condition exists. Major Alarm LED Indicates that a major alarm condition exists. LCD Screen Display status information, configured settings, logged events, and alarm conditions. Up Arrow Button Selects menu items and changes settings. Down Arrow Button Selects menu items and changes settings. ESC Button Returns the LCD to the previous screen displayed. The ESC button also exits from a setting without saving it. HELP Button Displays help for the selected option or setting. ENTER Button Selects menu options and saves settings. ESC? 9
13 Rear Panel Item Description AC Line Inlet Provides power to the at an input voltage of VAC. It operates at 50/60 Hz, with a maximum amperage of 10A. AC Line Out 1 & 2 Provide power to devices within the rack at a total maximum amperage of 10A. NOTE: The does not provide battery backup or surge protection. To ensure that any devices connected to the two outlets on the are protected from power failure or power surges, ensure the Environmental Management System is connected to an APC UPS. 10/100 Ethernet Switch 10/100 & Duplex LEDs Connect network devices to the Environmental Management System and connect the Environmental Management System to the rest of the network. 10/100 LEDs: indicate traffic on the network (green: operating at 10 mbps; orange: operating at 100 mbps). Duplex LEDs: indicate how data are being transmitted over the network (off: operating at half duplex; on: operating at full duplex). 10
14 Status LED Indicates the network status of the Environmental Management System. See Status LED. Reset Button Reset the. This will not affect the operation of any connected devices. User Contact Input Connections Local Temperature and Humidity Probe Connections Provides eight user input connections for connecting normally open or normally closed contact devices. Connect up to two local temperature/humidity sensors. A-Link Ports APC device protocol used to communicate to highly accurate temperature/humidity probes and air distribution products. See Optional Temperature and Humidity Sensors. Output Relays Connects to relay-controlled external devices. Display Port Connects to an external display interface. Item Alarm Beacon Port Electronic Lock Port Door 1 Sensor Port Door 2 Sensor Port Vibration Sensor Port Smoke Sensor Port Description Connects to the rack beacon. Not currently supported. Connects to a sensor on the front or rear door of an enclosure. Connects to a sensor on the front or rear door of an enclosure. Connects to a vibration sensor in the room. Connects to a smoke sensor in the room or in a rack. Leak Sensor Port Connects to a leak sensor, which is normally used to detect water on the floor, in the room. 11
15 Item Link-RX/TX (10/100) LED These LEDs indicate the network connection status of products connected through the Ethernet Switch, with one LED for each available connection. Condition Off Duplex LEDs Motion Sensor Port Auxiliary Sensor Input Port Flashing Green Flashing Orange Condition Off On Description Description Connects to a motion sensor in the room. Connects to another sensor device. The device connected to this port is off or not operating correctly. The device connected to this port is receiving data packets from the network at 10 megabits per second (mbps). The device connected to this port is receiving data packets from the network at 100 megabits per second (mbps). Description The corresponding port is operating at half duplex. The corresponding port is operating at full duplex. 12
16 Status LED This LED indicates the network status of the Environmental Management System. Condition Off Solid Green Flashing Green Solid Orange Flashing Orange Connector pinout descriptions Relay pinouts. Description The has no power. The has valid TCP/IP settings. The does not have valid TCP/IP settings. 1 A hardware failure has been detected in the Environmental Management System. Contact APC Worldwide Customer Support. The is making BOOTP requests. 1 If you do not use a BOOTP server, see the Installation and Quick Start Manual provided in printed format and in PDF on the APC Environmental Management System Utility CD to configure the TCP/IP settings. Pinout 8 1 Description 2, 3 Relay normally closed 4, 5 Relay common 6, 7 Relay normally open 13
17 Door 1 and door 2 pinouts. Pinout Description 3 Sense 5 Ground sense 6 Ground contact 7 Contact The Sense and Ground sense pins must be connected together in the user-provided cable in order for the EMS to recognize that the door sensor is installed. Auxiliary pinouts. Pinout Description 3 Sense 4 Ground sense 5 Ground contact 6 Contact The Sense and Ground sense pins must be connected together in the user-provided cable in order for the EMS to recognize that the door sensor is installed. 14
18 Optional Temperature and Humidity Sensors The temperature and relative humidity sensor kit is provided as an option available for purchase with your unit. Additional sensors can be purchased and connected together with A-Link cables. See also See the Temperature and Humidity Sensor installation sheet, supplied with the kit, for installation instructions. Use no more than a total of eight temperature sensors (APC part number AP9520T) or temperature/humidity sensors (APC part number AP9520TH). Each sensor must have a unique DIP switch address setting to ensure proper operation. Set the DIP switches on each sensor to a unique A-Link address. 15
19 Watchdog Features Overview To detect internal problems and recover from abnormal inputs, the uses internal, system-wide watchdog mechanisms. When it reboots itself to recover from an internal problem, a System: Warmstart event is recorded in the event log. Network interface watchdog mechanism The implements internal watchdog mechanisms to protect itself from becoming inaccessible over the network. For example, if the does not receive any network traffic for 9.5 minutes (either direct traffic, such as SNMP, or broadcast traffic, such as an Address Resolution Protocol [ARP] request), it assumes that there is a problem with its network interface and restarts. Resetting the network timer To ensure that the does not reboot if the network is quiet for 9.5 minutes, the Environmental Management System attempts to contact the Default Gateway every 4.5 minutes. If the gateway is present, it responds to the, and that response restarts the 9.5-minute timer. If your application does not require or have a gateway, specify the IP address of a computer that is running on the network most of the time and is on the same subnet. The network traffic of that computer will restart the 9.5-minute timer frequently enough to prevent the from restarting. 16
20 Hardware Alarms Alarm Messages An audible alarm sounds when there is a hardware problem with the. The problem could be caused by an improper A-Link or sensor connection, or by damaged hardware. A-Link alarms The audible alarm is accompanied by the following messages. A-Link Interface Control Console or Web (front status display) Event Log Display Interface Message ALINK Alink Power Overload ALINK: Curr Lim Alarm The A-Link messages indicate one of the following problems: An improper A-Link connector in one of the A-Link ports Too much equipment connected to one of the A-Link ports An internal A-Link hardware problem 17
21 Sensor hardware alarms The audible alarm is accompanied by the following messages. Sensor Interface Message Control Console or Web (front status display) SenHdw Event Log Sensor Connection Error Display Interface HdwErr The sensor hardware messages indicate one of the following problems: An improper connector in one of the sensor ports An internal sensor port hardware problem 18
22 Clearing the Hardware Alarms To clear an A-Link or sensor alarm, disconnect the appropriate connectors to the. This will turn off power to the system. If the alarm stops, reconnect the devices one at a time to determine what device caused the alarm condition. See also For information on sensor and A-Link connections, see the Installation and Quick Start Manual, provided in printed form, and in PDF on the APC Utility CD. If everything is properly connected and the alarm persists, contact APC Worldwide Customer Support. If the alarm sounds and nothing is plugged into either the A-Link or sensor ports, turn off the and return the unit to APC. 19
23 Web Interface How to Log On Overview You can use the DNS name or System IP address of the Environmental Management System for the URL address of the Web interface. Use your case-sensitive User Name and Password settings to log on. The default user name differs by account type: apc for an Administrator device for a Device Manager readonly for a Read-Only User The default password is apc for all three account types. If you are using HTTPS (SSL/TSL) as your access protocol, your login credentials are compared with information in a server certificate. If the certificate was created with the APC Security Wizard, you must use an IP address to log on to the if an IP address was specified as the common name in the certificate, or you must use a DNS name to log on if a DNS name was specified as the common name in the certificate. For information about the Web page that appears when you log on to the Web interface, see Summary Page. 20
25 URL address formats Type the DNS name or IP address of the Environmental Management System in the Web browser s URL address field and press ENTER. Except as noted below, is automatically added by the browser. If the error You are not authorized to view this page occurs (Internet Explorer only), someone is logged onto the Web interface or control console. If the error No Response (Netscape) or This page cannot be displayed (Internet Explorer) occurs, Web access may be disabled, or the may use a non-default Web-server port that you did not specify correctly in the address. (For Internet Explorer, you must type or part of the address when any port other than 80 is used.) For a DNS name of Web1, the entry would be one of the following: if HTTP is your access mode if HTTPS (SSL/TLS) is your access mode For a System IP address of , when the Environmental Management System uses the default port (80) at the Web server, the entry would be one of the following: if HTTP is your access mode if HTTPS (SSL/TLS) is your access mode 22
26 For a System IP address of , when the Environmental Management System uses a non-default port (5000, in this example) at the Web server, the entry would be one of the following: if HTTP is your access mode if HTTPS (SSL/TLS) is your access mode 23
27 Summary Page When you log on to the Web interface at the Environmental Management System, the status view is displayed at the right side of the screen, the quick status tab is displayed at the upper right, and the navigation menu is displayed at the left. Status The Status view has these sections: The Device Overview section reports any active alarm or warning conditions and displays a status for each device or custom event connected to the. Device or custom event states displayed in red text indicate an abnormal (fault) condition. Input Contacts lists the available input contacts and their present state. Sensors displays the name of each sensor you are using with your and its status, either normal or fault. Outlets shows the current state (on/off) of the two AC power outlets on your. Output Relays shows the state of the output relays, which can be connected to outside monitoring devices. Environment Environmental Probes shows the status of up to two local temperature/humidity sensors directly connected to the, and up to eight remote sensors connected through the A-Link ports. 24
28 To change the temperature units on any status page from Fahrenheit (F) to Celsius (C), click the C. To change them from Celsius to Fahrenheit, click the F. Environment Rack Air Removal Units displays the status of up to eight Rack Air Removal Units. Port Device Links provides user-defined links associated with up to eight devices connected to the through the network hub. Status shows the following: Name, Contact, and Location information for the Environmental Management System. The date and time at which the screen was last refreshed. Type of User (Administrator, Device Manager, or Read-Only User). How long (Up Time) the has been running since it was last started or reset. 25
29 Quick status tab The quick status tab is displayed in the upper right of every screen in the Web interface. The tab displays a warning of any alarms and provides a link to the online help. Access the online help for the displayed page. Click the green device operating normally icon to return to the status screen where the status for attached devices is displayed. Click the attention required icon to return to the status screen where active warnings and alarms are displayed. Click the device status requires critical attention icon to return to the status screen where the active warnings and alarms are displayed. 26
30 Navigation Menu Overview When you log on to the Web interface, the navigation menu (left frame) includes the following elements: IP address of the Menus to manage the and its components: Environment Input Contacts Output Relays Beacon Sensors Outlets Custom Events Device Info Menus to manage the event log, data log, network connection, and system parameters: Events Data Network System Logout Help Links When you log on as a Device Manager or Read-Only User, the Network and System menus do not appear in the navigation menu. Options to make any changes are not available for the Read-Only User. 27
31 Select a menu to perform a task To do the following, see Environment Menu: Configure the local and remote environmental probes. Configure Rack Air Removal Units connected to the Environmental Management System. To do the following, see Input Contacts: Rename or change the normal state of a contact. Change the alarm map for each input contact. To do the following, see Output Relays: Change the state of each output relay. Rename or change the normal state of a relay. To activate the beacon, see Alarm Beacon. To do the following, see Custom Events: Configure signals to be used in custom event configuration. Configure custom event settings. To do the following, see Sensors: Reset the vibration sensor, motion sensor, smoke detector, and leak sensors. Rename sensors. Set the alarm delay and alarm map for each sensor. To do the following, see Outlets: Apply power to or remove power from either of the AC outlets on the rear panel of the. Change the name, normal state, or alarm map of the AC outlets. 28
32 To do the following, see Device Info: Control the behavior of the Check Log LED. Change the elements shown on the Summary Page. Change the names and links for the Ethernet Switch ports. Configure Modbus settings. To do the following, see Event-Related Menus: Access the event log. Configure the actions to be taken based on an event s severity level. Configure SNMP Trap Receiver settings for sending event-based traps. Define who will receive notifications of events. Test settings. To do the following, see Data Menu (Web Interface Only): View log. Configure data logging. To do the following, see Network Menu: Configure new TCP/IP settings for the Environmental Management System. Identify the Domain Name System (DNS) Server and test the network connection to that server. Define settings that affect FTP, Telnet, Secure SHell (SSH), SNMP, , Syslog, the Web interface, and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). 29
33 To do the following, see System Menu: Control Administrator, Device Manager, and Read-Only User access. Define the system Name, Contact, and Location values. Set the date and time used by the Environmental Management System. Restart the interface. Reset control console settings to default settings. Define the URL addresses of the user links and APC logo links in the Web interface, as described in Links menu. Help menu When you click Help, the Contents for all of the online help is displayed. However, from any Web interface pages, you can use the question mark (?) in the quick status bar to link to the section of the online help for that page. The Help menu also has an About System option you use to view information about the s Model Number, Serial Number, Hardware Revision, Manufacture Date, MAC Address, Application Module and APC OS (AOS) Module, including the date and time each of the two modules were created. In the control console, the About System option, which is a System menu option, identifies the Flash Type used. 30
34 Links menu Provides three user-definable URL link options. By default, these links access the following APC Web pages: APC s Web Site accesses the APC home page. Testdrive Demo accesses a demonstration page where you can use samples of APC Web-enabled products. APC Monitoring accesses the APC Remote Monitoring Service page about pay-for-monitoring services available from APC. To redefine these links so that they point to other URL addresses: 1. Click on Links in the System menu. 2. Define any new names for User Links. 3. Define any new URL addresses that you want User Links to access. Only HTTP links may be defined. 4. Click Apply. The link associated with the APC logo is also definable. 31
35 Control Console How to Log On Overview You can use either a local (serial) connection, or a remote (Telnet or SSH) connection to access the control console. Use case-sensitive User Name and Password entries to log on (by default, apc and apc for an Administrator, or device and apc for a Device Manager). A Read-Only User has no access to the control console. If you cannot remember your user name or password, see How to Recover from a Lost Password. 32
36 Remote access to the control console You can access the control console through Telnet or SSH, depending on which is enabled. (An Administrator can enable these access methods through the Telnet/SSH option of the Network menu.) By default, Telnet is enabled. Enabling SSH automatically disables Telnet. Telnet for basic access. Telnet provides the basic security of authentication by user name and password, but not the high-security benefits of encryption. To use Telnet to access the control console from any computer on the same subnet: 1. At a command prompt, type telnet and the System IP address for the (when the Environmental Management System uses the default Telnet port of 23), and press ENTER. For example: telnet If the uses a non-default port number (between 5000 and 32768), you need to include a colon or a space (depending on your Telnet client) between the IP address and the port number. 2. Enter the user name and password (by default, apc and apc for an Administrator, or device and apc for a Device Manager). SSH for high-security access. If you use the high security of SSL for the Web interface, use SSH for access to the control console. SSH encrypts user names, passwords, and transmitted data. The interface, user accounts, and user access rights are the same whether you access the control console through SSH or Telnet, but to use SSH, you must first configure SSH and have an SSH client program installed on your computer. 33
37 Local access to the control console You can use a local computer that connects to the Environmental Management System through the serial port on the front panel of the unit. 1. Select a serial port at the local computer, and disable any service which uses that port. 2. Use the supplied serial cable (APC part number ) to connect the selected port to the serial port on the front panel of the. Modbus and the control console share a common serial port. You can use either one or the other, one at a time, to access the. 3. Run a terminal program (such as HyperTerminal) on your computer and configure the selected port for 9600 bps (or bps, if you use Modbus configured at that rate), 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit, and no flow control. Save the changes. Modbus runs at 9600 or bps. To use the control console when Modbus is enabled, your computer s serial port must communicate at the same serial protocol rate as Modbus. 4. Press ENTER, repeatedly if necessary, to display the User Name prompt. 5. Enter your user name and password. 34
38 Main Screen Example main screen The following is an example of the screen that appears when you log on to the control console at an. American Power Conversion Network Management Card AOS v2.6.4 (c) Copyright 2005 All Rights Reserved EMS & EMU2 APP v Name : mymgmt System Date : 01/29/2005 Contact : Eileen Jenson Time : 10:06:10 Location : Testing lab 1 User : Administrator Up Time : 0 Days 19 Hours 28 Minutes Stat : P+ N+ A+ (Minor) Env Probes : Fault ARUs : No ARUs found Contacts : OK Relays : Fault Beacon : Off Sensors : Fault Outlets : Fault Custom Events : Inactive Control Console Device Manager 2- Network 3- System 4- Logout <ESC>- Main Menu, <ENTER>- Refresh, <CTRL-L>- Event Log 35
39 Information and status fields Main screen information fields. Two fields identify the APC operating system (AOS) and application (APP) firmware versions. The application firmware name identifies the type of device that connects to the network. On the Example main screen, the application firmware for the Environmental Management System is displayed. Network Management Card AOS v2.6.4 EMS & EMU2 APP v2.6.6 Three fields identify the system Name, Contact, and Location values. Name : mymgmt System Contact : Eileen Jenson Location : Testing lab 1 To set the Name, Contact, and Location values, see System Menu. An Up Time field reports how long the Environmental Management System has been running since it was last reset or since power was applied. Up Time : 0 Days 19 Hours 28 Minutes Two fields identify the most recent date and time the screen was refreshed. Date : 01/29/2005 Time : 10:06:10 A User field identifies whether you logged on as Administrator or Device Manager. (The Read-Only User account cannot access the control console.) User : Administrator 36
40 Main screen status fields. A Stat field reports the status. Stat : P+ N+ A+ P+ The APC operating system (AOS) is functioning properly. N+ The network is functioning properly. N? A BOOTP request cycle is in progress. N The failed to connect to the network. N! Another device is using the IP address of the Environmental Management System. A+ The application is functioning properly. A The application has a bad checksum. A? The application is initializing. A! The application is not compatible with the AOS. If the AOS status is not P+, contact APC Worldwide Customer Support, even if you can still access the. status fields. The status fields display the status of each of the devices that the can control or monitor. OK, Fault, Off, or No Device Found is displayed. 37
41 Control Console Menus Menu structure The menus in the control console list options by number and name. To use an option, type the option s number and press ENTER, then follow any onscreen instructions. For menus that allow you to change a setting you must use the Accept Changes option to save the changes you made. While in a menu, you can also do the following: Type? and press ENTER to access brief menu option descriptions (if the menu has help available). Press ENTER to refresh the menu. Press ESC to go back to the menu from which you accessed the current menu. Press CTRL-C to return to the main (control console) menu. Press CTRL-L to access the event log. For information about the event log, see Event-Related Menus. 38
42 Main menu The main control console menu has options that provide access to the management features of the control console. 1- Device Manager 2- Network 3- System 4- Logout s Device Manager option When you log on as Device Manager, you do not have access to the System or Network menus. This option accesses the Device Manager menu. Select the components you want to manage. For example: 1- Environment 2- Input Contacts 3- Output Relays 4- Beacon 5- Sensors 6- Outlets 7- Device Info 8- Modbus 39
43 Network option To do any of the following tasks, see Network Menu: Configure the TCP/IP settings for the Environmental Management System. Use the Ping utility (available only through the control console). Define settings that affect the DNS, FTP, Telnet, SSH, Web interface, SSL, TLS, SNMP, , and Syslog features of the Environmental Management System. System option To do any of the following tasks, see System Menu: Control Administrator and Device Manager access. (You cannot control Read-Only User access through the control console.) Define the system Name, Contact, and Location values. Set the Date and Time used by the Environmental Management System. Through the Tools menu: Restart the interface. Reset parameters to their default values. Delete SSH host keys and SSL certificates. Upload an initialization file Transfer files. Through the RADIUS menu: Define access, primary and secondary servers, and primary and secondary server secrets. Set Timeout in seconds. Access system information about the Environmental Management System. 40
44 Menus Environment Menu Environmental sensors Web interface. To set the sensor s name and its temperature and humidity thresholds, select Env Probes from the Environment menu and select the sensor you want to modify. Select Configure, then change the sensor name and environmental thresholds, and click Apply below the list. On the same screen, set the alarm map for each threshold. Under the Environmental Probe Alarm Map heading, select the check-boxes for the alarm behaviors next to each threshold. Click Apply below the list. Control console. Select Environment from the Device Manager menu, and select the Temp / Humidity option to display a list of sensors and their settings. Choose either Local Env Probes or Remote Env Probes, and select an individual sensor to modify. After you make changes, select Accept Changes to confirm them. Setting Probe Name Maximum Temperature Threshold High Temperature Threshold Description Set the name for each environmental sensor. Set the maximum temperature threshold for this sensor. If the temperature rises above this threshold, an alarm occurs. This threshold must be greater than High Temperature Threshold. Set the high temperature threshold for this sensor. If the temperature rises above this threshold, an alarm occurs. This threshold must be greater than the sum of Low Temperature Threshold and Temperature Threshold Delta. 41
45 Setting Low Temperature Threshold Minimum Temperature Threshold Temperature Threshold Delta Short-term Increasing Temperature Rate of Change Short-term Decreasing Temperature Rate of Change Long-term Increasing Temperature Rate of Change Long-term Decreasing Temperature Rate of Change Maximum Humidity Threshold High Humidity Threshold Description Set the low temperature threshold for this sensor. If the temperature drops below this threshold, an alarm occurs. This threshold must be greater than Minimum Temperature Threshold. Set the minimum temperature threshold for this sensor. If the temperature drops below this threshold, an alarm occurs. The difference between the temperature threshold violation and the clearing point. Set the maximum short-term increase in temperature that you want your system to allow. An alarm will occur if the temperature increases at a rate that is greater than the rate you have set. Set the maximum short-term decrease in temperature that you want your system to allow. An alarm will occur if the temperature decreases at a rate that is greater than the rate you have set. Set the maximum long-term increase in temperature that you want your system to allow. An alarm will occur if the temperature increases at a rate that is greater than the rate you have set. Set the maximum long-term decrease in temperature that you want your system to allow. An alarm will occur if the temperature decreases at a rate that is greater than the rate you have set. Set the maximum humidity threshold for this sensor. If the humidity rises above this threshold, an alarm occurs. This threshold must be greater than High Humidity Threshold. Set the high humidity threshold for this sensor. If the humidity rises above this threshold, an alarm occurs. This threshold must be higher than the sum of Low Humidity Threshold and Humidity Threshold Delta. 42
46 Setting Low Humidity Threshold Minimum Humidty Threshold Humidity Threshold Delta Maximum Temperature Alarm Map High Temperature Alarm Map Low Temperature Alarm Map Minimum Temperature Alarm Map Short-term Increasing Temperature Rate of Change Alarm Map Short-term Decreasing Temperature Rate of Change Alarm Map Long-term Increasing Temperature Rate of Change Alarm Map Long-term Decreasing Temperature Rate of Change Alarm Map Maximum Humidity Alarm Map Description Set the low humidity threshold for this sensor. If the humidity drops below this threshold, an alarm occurs. This threshold must be higher than Minimum Humidity Threshold. Set the minumum humidity threshold for this sensor. If the humidity drops below this threshold, an alarm occurs. This difference between the humidity threshold violation and the clearing point. Map the maximum temperature alarm threshold to an alarm type, beacon, relay, or outlet. Map the high temperature alarm threshold to an alarm type, beacon, relay, or outlet. Map the low temperature alarm threshold to an alarm type, beacon, relay, or outlet. Map the minimum temperature alarm threshold to an alarm type, beacon, relay, or outlet. Map the short-term increasing rate of change to an alarm type, beacon, relay, or outlet. Map the short-term decreasing rate of change to an alarm type, beacon, relay, or outlet. Map the long-term decreasing rate of change to an alarm type, beacon, relay, or outlet. Map the long-term decreasing rate of change to an alarm type, beacon, relay, or outlet. Map the maximum humidity alarm threshold to an alarm type, beacon, relay, or outlet. 43
47 Setting High Humidity Alarm Map Low Humidity Alarm Map Minimum Humidity Alarm Map Alarm map types Map the high humidity alarm threshold to an alarm type, beacon, relay, or outlet. Map the low humidity alarm threshold to an alarm type, beacon, relay, or outlet. Map the minimum humidity alarm threshold to an alarm type, beacon, relay, or outlet. Events can be mapped to a behavior. When the event occurs, the can take one or more of these actions: Alarm Map Major Minor Outlet 1 Outlet 2 Beacon Relay 1 Relay 2 Description Description Activate the major alarm LED on the front of the Environmental Management System. Activate the minor alarm LED on the front of the Environmental Management System. Change the state of Outlet 1 to its fault state. Change the state of Outlet 2 to its fault state. Activate the alarm beacon. Change the state of Relay 1 to its fault state. Change the state of Relay 2 to its fault state. 44
48 Air Removal Units (ARUs) Web interface. Select Environment and then Air Removal from the navigation menu. The Air Removal Unit Status and Air Removal Unit Alarms are displayed. To configure one of the ARUs, select its name to display the Air Removal Unit Configuration and Air Removal Unit Alarm Map Configuration screen. Make changes to the temperature setpoints and the alarm map settings from this screen. Click the Apply button for each section to confirm your changes. Control console. On the Device Manager menu, select Environment, and then Rack ARUs. Configure any of the displayed ARUs or select Alarm Details for a list of the firmware revisions and active alarms for each ARU. Setting ARU Name Setpoint Temperature Override Override Setpoint Alarm Map Description Set a name for this ARU. Set the temperature remote setpoint for this ARU. The setpoint can be set to the heat load in the rack (kw) or the exhaust temperature of the air leaving equipment in the rack. When the ARU is in remote mode, it uses the remote setpoint. Enable or disable the temperature override. If the setpoint for the ARU is in kw mode (and the override is enabled), the fan speed will increase in response to a rise in temperature. When the setpoint dial for the ARU is in kw mode, the fans will increase speed when the air in the rack reaches this temperature. Map the change of state for this ARU to an alarm type, beacon, relay, or outlet. See Alarm map types for the specific behaviors to which events can be mapped. 45
49 Input Contacts Web interface To view the status of the input contacts, select Input Contacts from the navigation menu. Click Configure to change input contact settings. Control console To change the input contact settings, select Input Contacts from the Device Manager menu and select a contact to modify. Setting Name Normal State Alarm Map Descriptions Set the name for this input contact. Set this contact to either normally open or normally closed. Map the change of state for this contact to an alarm type, beacon, relay, or outlet. See Alarm map types for the specific behaviors to which events can be mapped. 46
50 Output Relays Control relays Web interface. To control the output relays, select Output Relays from the navigation menu. Click Control/Configure to change the output relay settings. To change the state of a relay manually, choose an action from the Action drop-down list and click Apply. Control console. To control the output relays from the control console, select Output Relays from the Device Manager menu and then select Control Relay 1, Control Relay 2, or Control Both Relays. Setting Action (Web) Immediate Open or Immediate Close (Control Console) Configure relays Description Web interface. To configure the output relays, select Output Relays from the navigation menu, and then click Control/Configure. Under Output Relay Configuration, change the Name and Normal State for this output relay. Control console. To configure the output relays from the control console, select Output Relays from the Device Manager menu and select Configure Relay 1 or Configure Relay 2 from the Output Relays menu. Setting Name Normal State Description Manually open or close this relay. Set the name for this output relay. Set this relay to normally open or normally closed. 47
51 Alarm Beacon Control the alarm beacon Web interface. To start or stop the beacon, select Beacon from the navigation menu, and then click Control. Choose an action from the Action drop-down list and click Apply. Control console. To control the beacon from the control console, select Beacon from the Device Manager menu. Select Immediate On or Immediate Off from the Beacon menu. 48
52 Sensors Sensor configuration Web interface. Select Sensors from the navigation menu, and click Control/Configure. The Sensor Configuration settings are below the Sensor Control field. Control console. To configure the sensors from the control console, select Sensors from the Device Manager menu. Select a sensor to configure, and modify the Sensor Name, Alarm Delay, and Alarm Map. Setting Name (Web) Sensor Name (Control Console) Normal State (Auxiliary sensor only) Alarm Map Alarm Delay Description Set the name for this sensor. NOTE: Changing the name of the sensor will not affect its name on menus; e.g., if you set the Door 1 sensor Name to Server Rack 4 it will still appear as Door 1 on menus. Set this contact to either normally open or normally closed. Set the to respond to a change in the state of this sensor. See Alarm map types for the specific behaviors to which events can be mapped. Set how long the sensor must be out of its normal state before an alarm or event occurs. 49
53 Sensor control (Web only) Web interface. To reset the smoke, vibration, motion, and leak sensors, select Sensors from the navigation menu and click Control/Configure. Select Reset from the Action menu. Setting Reset Sensor Removing the smoke that triggered the smoke sensor does not automatically reset the smoke sensor. You must reset it manually. Description Manually reset the sensor. 50
54 Outlets Control outlets Web interface. Select Outlets from the navigation menu, and click Control/Configure. Set the action (Turn On or Turn Off) for each outlet, and click Apply. Control console. Select Outlets from the Device Manager menu, and then select Control Outlet 1, Control Outlet 2, or Control Both Outlets. Setting Action Configure outlets Description Web interface. Select Outlets from the navigation menu, and click Control/Configure. Modify the Name and Normal State for the outlet, and click Apply. Control console. Select Outlets from the Device Manager menu, and then select Configure Outlet 1 or Configure Outlet 2. Setting Name Normal State Apply power to or remove power from the outlet. Description Set the name for this outlet. Set this outlet to normally on or normally off. 51
55 Custom Events Custom Events allows you to create events that are not already monitored by the. First, define signals for the to monitor, then configure events based on combinations of your signals. If an alarm state occurs, you will receive notification based on the alarm map settings you chose. Signal Config Web interface only. It is possible to configure up to ten signals by specifying data for the to monitor. To configure custom event signals, select Custom Events from the navigation menu; the Signal Configuration List is displayed. Select the number of the signal you wish to configure. Select the parameters of the signal from the drop-down lists that are activated by the input category you select. Define time requirements, and click Apply. Event Config Custom events can be defined only from the Web interface. Web interface only. It is possible to create five custom events. Each event can monitor up to three configured signals. Select Event Config from the Custom Events menu, then select the event you want to configure. Edit the event definition and click Apply. On the same screen, set the alarm map for each event. Check the box of the desired alarm type and click Apply below the list. 52
56 Setting Event State Event Active Text Event Inactive Text Configured Signal Reference List Event Definition Alarm Map Description Enable or disable the event. Status of the event, active or inactive. Text to be displayed when the event becomes active. Text to be displayed when the event becomes inactive. Displays the list of signals you have configured. Define the parameters of the event by selecting the number of signals that will be used, the names of the signals to be monitored, and the frequency of event evaluation. Administrators only. Select Configure Active Notification or Configure Inactive Notification to configure the event severity and actions. Select the severity of the warning from the Event Security dropdown menu. To designate an item as a recipient of an alert, select the check-box next to the item. The events can also be reset to Default. Setting Event Severity Select the alarm types that will be activated when the event occurs. Description Define the severity of the event. None The severity of this event is intentionally undefined. Informational The event requires no action. Warning The event requires your action, but not immediately. Severe The event requires your immediate action. 53
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