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ISX Manager/Matrix 5000 calibration

ISX Manager/Matrix 5000 calibration

ISX Manager/Matrix 5000 calibration

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I need some help with some APC UPS problems I'm having at work.  First of all I need to be able to calibrate UPS's (APC Matrix 5000s) that have production boxes on them.  By production I mean enterprise firewalls and switches among other things.  I want to know if it is safe to get a calibration from these devices knowing that it must drain the battery very low before giving me a reading.

Next I need to know if anyone has successfully been able to monitor and control a Matrix 5000 from ISX Manager of if this is simply not possible.  People here seem to think so, but APC has no documentation on it, and I have yet to see an answer anywhere else.

Any ideas would be helpful.

Such007

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