Included with all compatible CyberPower UPS systems, Power Management software provides a simple dashboard interface to monitor and control your UPS. We offer software for Windows, Linux, Mac, and Virtual Machines, as well as for kiosks and other unattended systems. Also, we have a management console for remote monitoring/control of CyberPower Switched and Monitored PDUs. A network utility, firmware updates, MIB files, and other software-related items give you the resources you need.
Access vital UPS battery conditions, load levels, and runtime information
Remote access (from any network PC with a web browser)
Event logging and hibernation mode
Internal reports and analysis
Supports up to 250 clients
The PowerPanel® Business Edition software from CyberPower provides IT professionals with the tools they need to easily monitor and manage their backup power. Available for compatible CyberPower UPS models, this software supports up to 250 clients, allowing users remote access (from any network PC with a web browser) to instantly access vital UPS battery conditions, load levels, and runtime information. Functionality includes application/OS shutdown, event logging, hibernation mode, internal reports and analysis, remote management, and more. This software is available for Windows, Linux, Mac, and Virtual Machines operating systems.
PowerPanel® Personal Edition and PowerPanel® software features a user-friendly interface for controlling and monitoring any CyberPower UPS system with a USB or serial port. It provides configurable settings for managing automatic shutdowns during power events, scheduled shutdowns and restarts; it displays information such as input voltage, runtime, battery charge and current status; and it offers self-testing features, adjustable alarm settings, and more.
Kiosk Commander Software from CyberPower keeps kiosks and other unattended systems operating by power cycling (restarting) the attached computer when it locks up or performs poorly. This software application is ideal for computers that run kiosks, security systems, ATMs, video lottery machines, and other remote systems. It maintains efficient operation—which is important to profitability and safety—and reduces the need for assistance from technical support representatives.
Get detailed information about each of your network connections, including the hardware address of the interface, the IP addresses assigned to it; plus update firmware across multiple products at once.