PowerPanel® Business 4 Linux

  • Power Management: Monitoring & Management (Management Module)
  • Auto Shutdown: Local, via USB/serial port, or Remote via network connection
  • Monitors Device Vitals: Power/battery Conditions, Load Levels, Runtime, Self-Tests, and more
  • Event and Alert Notifications: Email, XMPP, and SMS
  • Supported OS: CentOS 7 and Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Product Overview

PowerPanel® Business software automates the shutdown of physical and virtual infrastructure. The software easily monitors and manages CyberPower UPS systems, network-connected PDUs, and Local and/or Remote installations of PowerPanel. PowerPanel Business for Linux also provides unattended shutdown of computers and virtual machines connected to a battery backup during a power event. Power alert notifications can be sent via email, XMPP, SMS, or SNMP traps. The software is compatible with CentOS 7, Ubuntu 18.04 LTS & 20.04LTS, Debian 9, 10.8, 11, CentOS 7, Citrix Hypervisor 8.0 Express Edition, Citrix XenServer 7.2, Red Hat Enterprise 7 & 8 and VMware vCenter 7.0.

The latest version of PowerPanel Business can monitor APC and Eaton UPS that have an SNMP card installed.

Cloud monitoring is available for UPS using PowerPanel Business Remote via the PowerPanel®Cloud application. To access the UPS details through the PowerPanel® Cloud service, a plan purchase is required.

PowerPanel Business comes standard with 30 nodes and options for adding more nodes up to 1,000. If you need more than 30 nodes, please contact your sales representative to assist you with adding more nodes.

Product Features

Intuitive Design
Industry-leading, user-friendly interface uses color graphics and indicators to provide quick views of UPS status, network power conditions, and instant problem recognition. Enhanced menus, tables, and icons promote intuitive operation and navigation of the software.

At-a-Glance Dashboard
Presents visual cues for immediate status, alerts, and troubleshooting. Users can quickly get to desired information and settings.

UPS Status Panel
Stays in view during operation of the software making it easy to reference and identify the battery backup unit and its vitals.

UPS Configuration
Easy-to-use controls make setup simple and allow for customized configuration to meet your needs.

Scalable Nodes
PowerPanel Business comes standard with 30 nodes and is scalable for all business sizes with options to expand up to 1000 nodes.

Monitoring of Competitor Models
PowerPanel Business can monitor APC and Eaton UPS that has an SNMP card installed.

Remote Access via Web Browser
Allows remote management of UPS via a web browser.

Customizable Settings for Event Actions
Offers versatile management of various event actions, including utility power failure, local communication loss, remaining runtime being exhausted, among others.

Alert Notifications
Sends alerts via email, SMS text, and instant messaging about power events and conditions.

Auto Shutdown
Protects servers and workstations from data loss due to power failure by automatically saving files and safely shutting down your computer(s).

Remote Scheduling
Administrators can plan remote management of tasks and operations, such as scheduled self-tests, shutdowns, and reboots.

Event Logging
Provides configurable settings for tracking events.

Security Management
Allows administrators to tailor settings to fit their security needs.

Cloud Support
UPS using the PowerPanel Business Remote module can be monitored with the PowerPanel® Cloud application. Requires purchase of a license.

Downloadable Software
Provides fast and simple installation.

PowerPanel Business software is supported by our dedicated US-based support team.

Feature Focus
User-Friendly Interface

PowerPanel® Business 4 software offers an industry leading, color graphics interface and indicators to provide at-a-glance UPS status, network power conditions, and instant problem recognition. A quick look confirms status: green for normal, yellow for warning, and red for power failure and fault notices. Color coded alerts can provide extra confidence and assurance that issues will be discovered quickly helping you avoid potential catastrophic events.

UPS Management Options

Three options for UPS management: Local, Remote and Management. Local allows you to connect a computer directly to the UPS with USB or Serial cable. With Remote you can connect via your network to the RMCARD installed in the UPS and manage up to 50 clients. Management gives you the ability to monitor and manage all CyberPower products on your network and supports an unlimited number of devices.

NOTE: Only one option can be installed on the same computer.


PowerPanel Business 4.10.1

108 KB

PowerPanel Business 4.10.0

12.48 MB

PowerPanel Business Management 4.9.0 - UM

12.46 MB

PowerPanel Software EULA

123 KB

PowerPanel Business Local | Linux | 32 bit | .sh | v4.10.1

182.5 MB

PowerPanel Business Management | Linux | 32 bit | .sh | v4.10.1

162.9 MB

PowerPanel Business Local | Linux | 64 bit | .sh | v4.10.1

179.7 MB

PowerPanel Business Management | Linux | 64 bit | .sh | v4.10.1

160.1 MB
What is the difference between PowerPanel Business Edition (PPBE) and PowerPanel Business (PPB)?

PPB is a new version of CyberPower’s business class monitoring and management software. It has an updated graphical interface, it’s designed to work with future updates of operating systems, and has enhancements to make setting up and use easier.

Can you install both PPBE and PPB on the same computer?

No, you can only install one version or the other.

What role of PowerPanel Business Edition (PPBE) and PowerPanel Business (PPB) installation do I need to choose?

Use Agent (PPBE) or Local (PPB) when you are connecting the computer to the UPS with a USB or Serial cable. Use Client (PPBE) or Remote (PPB) if you are connecting the computer via your network to the RMCARD installed on the UPS. Use Center (PPBE) or Management (PPB) when you want to monitor and manage all the CyberPower power protection products on your network.

Is there any authentication required between computers with PPBE or PPB and RMCARDs?

Yes, the Secret Phrase of all computers running PPBE or PPB and RMCARDs needs to be the same for communication to be established. This is set up under Security > Authentication.

Does PPBE or PPB need to have any specific ports allowed by firewalls for it to work?

Yes, the following network service ports should not be blocked by firewalls where PPBE or PPB is installed:

  • Port # – Service
  • Port 3052 – http
  • Port 162 – SNMP
  • Port 53566 – https
  • Port 53568 – https

Why can’t PPBE find CyberPower devices or other PPBE computers on my network?

PPBE can only find devices within the same subnet. If your computer is on a different subnet than that of the UPS you want to connect to, then you have to change the IP address of your computer to be on the same subnet as the UPS or vice versa.

How many devices can PPBE Center and PPB Management support?

There is no limit to the number of devices PPBE Center or PPB Management can support.

How many PPBE Client and PPB Remote roles can the RMCARD support?

RMCARDs can manage up to 50 PPBE Client and PPB Remote roles.

Can you install more than one role of PPBE or PPB on the same computer?

No, you can only install one role of PPBE or PPB on a computer.

Our Technical Support team will be happy help you with technical questions during business hours.

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Monday through Friday
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