Win32_1394Controller - WMI sample in Powershell

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The Win32_1394Controller WMI class can be used in ActiveXperts Network Monitor to monitor your servers.


Win32_1394Controller

Description

The Win32_1394Controller WMI class represents the capabilities and management of a 1394 controller. IEEE 1394 is a specification for a high speed serial bus.

Example(s)

# wmi-win32_1394Controller.ps1
# Demonstrates use of Win32_1394Controller WMI class
# Thomas Lee - tfl@psp.co.uk
  
function Get-Availability {
param ([uint16] $char)
# Helper function to return characterics of the 1394 Controller
# parse and return values
 If ($char -ge 1 -and $char -le 17) {
   switch ($char) {
  1  {"01-Other"}
  2  {"02-Unkown"}
  3  {"03-Running/Full Power"}
  4  {"04-Warning"}
  5  {"05-In Test"}
  6  {"06-Not Applicable"}
  7  {"07-POwer Off"}
  8  {"08-Off  Line"}
  9  {"09-Off Duty"}
  10  {"10-Degraded"}
  11  {"11-Not Installed"}
  12  {"12-InstallError"}
  13  {"13-Power Save - Unknown"}
  14  {"14-Power Save - Low Power Mode"}
  15  {"15-Power Save - Standby"}
  16  {"16-Power Cycle"}
  17  {"17-Power Save - Warning"}
}
}
Else
 {"{0} - invalid code" -f $char}
 Return
 }
# Get Controller information from WMI
$controllers = Get-WMIObject Win32_1394Controller
    
# Display Details
"Win32_1394 WMI Information"
"--------------------------"
$count=$controllers.count
if (!$count) {$count++} 
"{0} 1394 controller(s) found" -f $count
""
"Controller {0} - Characteristics" -f ++$i
"--------------------------------"
foreach ($cont in $controllers) {
$avail=Get-Availability($cont.availability)
"Availability                :  {0}" -f $avail
"Caption                     :  {0}" -f $cont.caption
"Config Manager Error Code   :  {0}" -f $cont.ConfigManagerErrorCode
"Config Manager User Config  :  {0}" -f $cont.ConfigManagerUserConfig 
"Creation Class Name         :  {0}" -f $cont.CreationClassName
"Description                 :  {0}" -f $cont.Description
"Device ID                   :  {0}" -f $cont.DeviceID
"Error Cleared               :  {0}" -f $cont.ErrorCleared
"Error Description           :  {0}" -f $cont.ErrorDescription
"InstallDate                 :  {0}" -f $cont.InstallDate 
"Last Error Code             :  {0}" -f $cont.LastErrorCode
"Manufacturer                :  {0}" -f $cont.Manufacturer
"MaxNumberControlled         :  {0}" -f $cont.MaxNumberControlled
"Name                        :  {0}" -f $cont.Name
"PNPDeviceID                 :  {0}" -f $cont.PNPDeviceId
"PowerManagementCapabilities :  {0}" -f $cont.PowerManagementCapabilities
"PowerManagementSupported    :  {0}" -f $cont.PowerManagementSupported
"Protocols Supported         :  {0}" -f $cont.ProtocolsSupported
"Status                      :  {0}" -f $cont.Status
"Status Information          :  {0}" -f $cont.StatusInfo
"System Creation Class Name  :  {0}" -f $cont.SystemCreationClassName
"System Name                 :  {0}" -f $cont.SystemName
"Time of Last Reset          :  {0}" -f $cont.TimeOfLastReset
""
}