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    Default Shutting Down The PC through ups

    What I am thinking is making a circuit that will be attached to my ups' current gone signal receiver(I am assuming there is something like that,which when loadshedding occurs tells the ups to change to battery mode)and with my pc's power button.So when the circuit tells the ups to change to battery mode it will tell my circuit to push the power button of my pc(to turn it off) and when current returns it will tell the ups to change to ac mode and my circuit again to press the power button(this time to turn it on).
    So,is this possible to make?See here I am versity going student,when in the morning I go to versity I usually keep my pc on to dl,but when load shedding occurs my ups suffers full time usage and my pc turns off like pulling the plug.With the circuit I am thikning that problem is solved,also my dl's can resume as dl apps turn on as pc turns on.

    I am not familiar with this circuit stuff,but I think some banglagamer people are.So please respond if you know is this possible and if so how to do it.

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    Default Re: Shutting Down The PC through ups

    OMG....
    ami ai same project kortesi for my final semester ^_^
    almost done, just PCB kora baki ^_^ it works xD amar sell korar issa ase PCB bananor pore

    amar project outline :-
    A Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) is designed such that due to AC power cut, the PC connected to the UPS will go to hibernation (Hibernation is a feature of many computer operating systems where the contents of RAM are written to non-volatile storage such as a hard disk, as a file or on a separate partition, before powering off the computer. When the computer is restarted it reloads the content of memory and is restored to the state it was in when hibernation was invoked) and then UPS will be switched off automatically and again when AC power is back UPS will be turned on automatically which will cause the PC to turn on again.

    tumi jodi nije korte chaw taile ami tomake help korte parbo tobe amar project joma dewar pore. may 15 er moddhe hoia jabe. tobe tumi jodi EEE er student na how taile project ta onek kothin hobe tomar jonne.

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    Default Re: Shutting Down The PC through ups

    Quote Originally Posted by OoAIDoO View Post
    OMG....
    ami ai same project kortesi for my final semester ^_^
    almost done, just PCB kora baki ^_^ it works xD amar sell korar issa ase PCB bananor pore

    amar project outline :-
    A Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) is designed such that due to AC power cut, the PC connected to the UPS will go to hibernation (Hibernation is a feature of many computer operating systems where the contents of RAM are written to non-volatile storage such as a hard disk, as a file or on a separate partition, before powering off the computer. When the computer is restarted it reloads the content of memory and is restored to the state it was in when hibernation was invoked) and then UPS will be switched off automatically and again when AC power is back UPS will be turned on automatically which will cause the PC to turn on again.

    tumi jodi nije korte chaw taile ami tomake help korte parbo tobe amar project joma dewar pore. may 15 er moddhe hoia jabe. tobe tumi jodi EEE er student na how taile project ta onek kothin hobe tomar jonne.
    Wow nice job man, asha kori amra shobai tumi sell korar por kinte parbo.

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    Default Re: Shutting Down The PC through ups

    no problem mate

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