PowerPanel Business Edition
PowerPanel® Business Edition is one of the most reliable, powerful and user-friendly UPS remote management software systems available. Supporting up to 250 clients, the software's functionality includes: application/OS shutdown, event logging (power, surge, voltage variations), hibernation mode, internal reports and analysis, remote management, and much more.
PowerPanel® Business Edition software is included with the Smart App Series of CyberPower UPS products. Its advanced features and user-friendly interface complement our enterprise UPS units and allow administrators complete flexibility and management. An overview of the software capabilities is listed below:
- Remote management and configuration of UPS via Web Browser
- Multiple Alert Notification options: Email, Windows Messenger, and XMPP
- Supports multiple protocols: TCP/IP, UDP, SNMP, HTTP protocols
- Flexible Event Action setting
- Auto-shutdown to protect servers/workstations from data loss due to power failure
- Remote scheduling of shutdown, startup, and reboot of UPS
- Event logging to record UPS operation history
- Quick installation and user friendly interface
- Security management
The screen shots below demonstrate the ease-of-use, functionality, and versatility of PowerPanel Business Edition software. The screen shots also provide a first-hand look at the various options and configurable settings.
PowerPanel Business Edition utilizes a flexible and configurable HTTP interface that can be accessed via a local machine, or remote workstation. It is compatible with Windows 10 (32/64 bit), 8 (32/64 bit), Windows 7 (32/64 bit), Vista (32/64 bit), XP (32/64 bit), 2000, 2003, Server 2008 and Server 2012.
PowerPanel Business Edition is certified as VMWare Ready. Virtual Application on VMWARE vSphere details: VM Requirement - CPU's:1, Memory: 2G, Disk : 20G. OS version: CentOS 6.2, Username/Password: root/123456. PowerPanel® Software username/password: admin/admin
The Status Window displays vital UPS statistics such as: UPS status, voltage, frequency, runtime, and current load level.
The Configuration Window allows administrators to manually set AVR range, critical threshold, and UPS alarms.
Both battery and runtime tests can be performed from the Diagnostics menu.
The Information Window displays the UPS specifications including model #, serial #, VA, Watt, and even allows you to manually set the battery replacement date which triggers an automatic system notification.
Administrators can track what equipment they have plugged into the UPS via the Load window. This is helpful for identifying connected equipment.
Actions - Events Window
Over 30 system events can be logged and set to notify the administrator (via Email, Windows Messenger, and XMPP) through the Events menu. The UPS can even be set to shutdown in event of an overload or critical system failure.
Actions - Settings Window
This settings screens allows administrators to configure Shutdown, Email, Windows Messaging, and XMPP settings.
Event Logs Window
System events are logged and recorded which allows administrators to view historical notifications.
Status Records Window
UPS vitals can be tracked and logged through the Status Records menu. This gives a historical account of UPS statistics, and can be configured on a daily, weekly, or monthly schedule.
Log Options Window
Logging options can be set through the Log Options menu.
System shutdowns and restarts can be scheduled and managed by system administrators.
On-board Help and documentation is easily navigated through the Help/Content menu.
The About screen displays the software's version number along with contact information for CyberPower
The Logout Window confirms the user's login/logout status.