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Re: ibook 2.2 doesn't use whole battery



On Thu, Dec 16, 2004 at 10:15:58PM +0100, Mich Lanners wrote:
> By the way, the voltage line is what indicates the shutdown point: the
> batteries actually have a lowest permissible discharge voltage. Once
> that is reached, the battery's internal controller will shut the battery
> output off. But that point can lie way beyond 0% charge level.

Sorry but I didn't get the point about voltage.
Do you think these valure are coherent?

:~$ cat /proc/apm /proc/pmu/battery_0

  0.5 1.1 0x00 0x00 0x01 0x02 28% 30 min
  
  flags      : 00000011
  charge     : 648
  max_charge : 2290
  current    : -1244
  voltage    : 14950
  time rem.  : 1875



Thanks in advance.

Best regards.




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