Power Capacity report
You can generate a report with power data, i.e. available estimated load and planned estimated load.
Capacity History report
You can generate a report with a graph showing capacity data from a specified time period, e.g. the total load of all connected equipment (calculated by the system) or the measured peak load on the UPS devices (actual measured data form associated UPS devices).
The Capacity History report is available if you have a valid StruxureWare Data Center Operation: Capacity license.
Note: The report is based on data collected over the last 24 hours, so the server must have been running for at least 24 hours.
When you select the report filter options, select what is appropriate according to the data types. For example, when you are generating a report of available U-space, select a rack (not a UPS), and for a report of measured peak load, select a UPS (not a rack).
The generated report displays in the Report View. You can now use the Report View toolbar to navigate the report pages on the screen (arrow icons), or to print or export the report to a file in any of the available formats (Export icon, down arrow for selection of format).
Capacity Forecast report
You can generate a Power Capacity Forecast Report which is based on the power configuration from the modelled rooms and the planned changes within the rooms. The report has a few parameters where Forecast Date will take work orders planned until and including the date selected. Redundancy Selector will be used in calculating the capacity for both actual and forecast. The report will show the results both at room, location and global level.
Rack PDU Power Overview report
For new rack PDUs with outlets and banks definition user can generate detail report with power capacity values on banks, outlets. Report can also show measured peak value for each bank, outlet if 'Show measurements' checkbox is enabled. For better phase recognition user can set individual color in the options section. Report can be generated directly for rack or rack PDU in the floor overlay by selecting it from context menu.