It's me again (viewtopic.php?f=3&t=166).
Since over a year ago I reduced the load on the PI by removing the USB attached SSD harddisk and putting it elsewhere; total power usage now is 600-700 mA. This PI is (apart from UPiS) connected to one webcamera, one 1-wire busmaster and one Arduino Nano.
All work well and power budget should be OK.
But I've had another UPS related mishap (again...) - power is lost for some half hour and the UPiS keep my PI running, but UPiS fail to detect power is restored after 30 minutes!. It keep running on battery (even though mains [USB] is back) until bat level says its time to call FSSD which is made OK, but the unit remain in OFF status until I manually reset it. This is no good! When the PI come back up after resetting the UPiS the battery is fully charged; so the UPiS did eventually decide to start using the power; but it a) never reacted on mains back, b) asked my PI to perform FSSD c) never started it again and d) eventually recharged the battery.
In my opinion, this is not how a UPS should work.
I also see that the since long promised firmware update(s) to UPiS seem to have been postponed another week, or two...
... just read your own words on my first complaints... next week, next month... nothing happens.
I also have this other confirmed error outstanding (http://www.forum.pimodules.com/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=135)
Will you ever fix the bugs in UPiS?
Firmware Version:1.096 Beta Version
UPiS RTC Date:2016:06:07
UPiS RTC Time:21:33:58
Average Powering Values
RPi Voltage:05.01 V
EPR Voltage:00.00 V
USB Voltage:05.13 V
BAT Voltage:04.11 V
UPiS Current:0583 mA
Battery Charger ON
Low Power Restart Time (LPRSTA) is 5 seconds
Raspberry Pi timed shutdown is inactive
Raspberry Pi timed start-up is inactive
File Safe Power Cut-Off Time is: 30 Seconds
File Safe Shut Down type is: RPi NOT Powered while sleep
File Safe Unconditional Shutdown when Power loose Timer is OFF, UPiS will work d
Real Time Clock Correction Factor value is: 0x00
Analog Sensor Temperature:40 C 0104 F