Reliable power for a sustainable world

The NetMan 204 network agent allows UPS directly connected over LAN 10/100 Mb connections to be managed using the main network communication protocols (TCP /IP , HTTP HTTPS, SSH, SNMPv1, SNMPv2 and SNMPv3). It is the ideal solution for the integration of UPS over Ethernet networks with Modbus/TCP and BACnet/IP protocols. It was developed to integrate UPS into medium-sized and large networks, to provide a high level of reliability in communication between the UPS and associated management systems.

New features include the LDAP and Active Directory user authentication and the full integration with VMware’s Esxi and vCenter server for VM and host graceful shutdown.

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Brochures and data sheets

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NetMan 204

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Users Guides

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User's manual NetMan 204

Rev. M - For Netman with App. 3.xx

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User's manual NetMan 204

Rev. B - For NetMan 204 with App. 1.xx

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Quick start NetMan 204

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Modbus table

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Drivers & Firmware

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Instructions to upgrade NetMan 204 Operating System

The zip file contains also the image writing tool for the microSD

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Allowing UPS systems connected over LAN 10/100 Mb connections to be managed using TCP/IP, HTTP, and SNMP protocols, NetMan 204 is Riello UPS’s dedicated network communication card.

It’s designed to help ensure reliable and secure communications when you integrate a UPS into a wider network infrastructure. Full compatibility with management and shutdown software PowerShield³ and PowerNetGuard.

Easily Integrate UPS Into Networks
Connects UPS systems into medium or large networks over Ethernet networks using Modbus/TCP or BACNET/IP protocols. Guarantees secure and reliable communication between all connected devices.

Proven For Virtual Networks
Seamless integration with VMware, helping you manage any virtual networks and perform safe system shutdown of both virtual and physical machines.