PowerPanel® Personal is FREE software that features a user-friendly interface for controlling and monitoring any CyberPower UPS system through the USB or serial port. PowerPanel Personal can send email notifications when power events occur to keep you informed of power conditions at all times. The software monitors and tracks power consumed by the connected equipment to the UPS, and the user is able to see energy consumption and equivalent CO2 emissions.
PowerPanel® Personal provides configurable settings for managing automatic shutdowns during power outages, scheduled shutdowns, and restarts. The software displays important UPS operating information such as operating voltage, battery capacity, runtime, and load; in addition, it offers a self-test function, adjustable alarm settings, and more.
Cloud monitoring is available for UPS using PowerPanel Personal via the PowerPanel®Cloud application. To access the UPS details through the PowerPanel® Cloud service, a plan purchase is required.
This software helps protect your data, computer system, components, and peripherals. It is compatible with Supported Operating Systems: Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Server 19, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2008 R2.
- User-Friendly Interface
Provides an easy-to-use, intuitive user experience.
- Automated Unattended Shutdown
When the connected UPS detects a power outage, PowerPanel® Personal automatically triggers the computer to gracefully shutdown to prevent data loss, data corruption, or equipment damage.
- Email Notifications
PowerPanel® Personal allows users to setup email notifications to receive real-time alerts when the UPS registers a power event.
- Cloud Support
UPS using the PowerPanel Personal can be monitored with the PowerPanel® Cloud application. Requires purchase of license.
- Runtime Configuration
In the event of a power outage, the user can configure the software to keep the computer running until the battery power runs low, or to shut down the computer immediately after a power outage to preserve the battery.