My laptop is Lenovo T400 and OS is Ubuntu 10.10. Here is information about my battery:
$ cat /proc/acpi/battery/BAT0/state present: yes capacity state: ok charging state: charged present rate: 0 mW remaining capacity: 28730 mWh present voltage: 11390 mV $ cat /proc/acpi/battery/BAT0/info present: yes design capacity: 56160 mWh last full capacity: 58730 mWh battery technology: rechargeable design voltage: 10800 mV design capacity warning: 2936 mWh design capacity low: 200 mWh cycle count: 0 capacity granularity 1: 1 mWh capacity granularity 2: 1 mWh model number: 42T4653 serial number: 285 battery type: LION OEM info: LGC $ cat /proc/acpi/battery/BAT0/alarm alarm: 2936 mWh
- I was wondering if
1-(remaining capacity/design capacity)is the
current charged percentage of the battery?
present rateis 0 mW, does it mean that the battery is
currently not charging nor discharging?
- Is the present voltage (11390 mV) being bigger than the design voltage (10800 mV) a bad
thing? If yes, what can I do about it? My laptop is currently using
power from power cord.
Thanks and regards!