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AST Manhattan UPS - Drivers

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I have an UPS called AST Manhattan. It's rated 1000 VA and has a label on the back stating it was manufactured by Deltec. I can make it work with general drivers (I.E close conctacts). But I want to be able to use the smart-functions that shows me the battery status and so on. Therefore I need to get the drivers from the CD that AST shipped with the unit. Does anyone have this?

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Pierre Fagrell
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by:Don Thomson
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The Deltec is made by Exide/Deltec   - Uses Standard APC Software

http://www.apcc.com/tools/download/
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by:DRRYAN3
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The Manhattan was AST Research's server line of computers.  I remember they marketed a UPS line for a while.  Anyway, all the old AST Research server files are here http://www.ari-service.com/support/file/dir.asp?VirtPath=/ftp/s-other/ (prior to Feb, 1999).  If you know your product was made after Feb, 1999 go to http://www.ast.com/ and use their product finder by serial number.
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DTHConsulting: the APC software just gives "stupid mode"

CDRRYAN3: there's no windows / linux ups software there

I found the answer myself two weeks a go, googling :) (the answer wasn't there when I posted. Deltec was bought by Exide, and Powerware bought Exide. LanSafe III from www.powerware.com works perfectly in both windows and linux, gives history, in / out voltage, load and so on. I guess I should ask for a refund, but better would be if you made the question answered so it gets in the archive and more people can take advantage of it (I've struggled many hours with this thing).
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