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brontoZaurus
post Apr 24 2009, 02:52 AM
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Hello friends, i have one C3000 and would like make one question to you,
how can i "make" charging the battery from the service menu (d+m)┐?
in page 2 there are 2 batt options

5. Low Battery
6.Batt Voltage Adjust
6.1 Battery Voltage Adj
6.2 Battery Voltage Check

and a charge option

10. Charge



how can i force batt charging

thanks in advance!!
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brontoZaurus
post Apr 24 2009, 03:36 AM
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thanks man for the reponse, but my options are FULL / HALF / OFF
what means each option?
when could i know that is fully charged┐?
What parametersi have to look for┐?
BT-AD : 225 ┐??
BT-THM : 114 ┐??
how can i set to batt the state of fully charged??

thanks in advance and sorry for the questionary biggrin.gif
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post Apr 24 2009, 04:34 AM
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QUOTE(brontoZaurus @ Apr 24 2009, 01:36 PM) *
thanks man for the reponse, but my options are FULL / HALF / OFF
what means each option?
when could i know that is fully charged┐?
What parametersi have to look for┐?
BT-AD : 225 ┐??
BT-THM : 114 ┐??
how can i set to batt the state of fully charged??


FULL = turn fast charging current on, HALF = turn slow charging current on (pre-charge), OFF = charging off

Remaining values are values of internal A/D convertor for various charging threshold values. You should know what you are doing when altering them (BT-AD: voltage sensor fully charged threshold value, BT-THM: thermometer sensor calibration value at 25░C, JK-VAD: AC adapter voltage sensor calibrarion value). Warning: These three values don't provide charging information to you! You are defining here how the computer recognizes fully charged or overheated battery!
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