Thread: DR1000 Batteries for DR1000
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Old 09-16-2012, 09:58 AM   #20
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Device: I'm an iRex man: 8x DR1000S, 4x DR800SG, 4x DR800S
Hi Mackx!

Well, as I said here a minute ago I've finally replaced my old battery with a newer, larger one, and I'm experiencing some issues with the battery gauge getting used to the new battery. So I entered 'Daredevil mode' and now I have a growing log.txt that goes like this:

1347652083:PB;
1347652086:B2,5;
1347652104:B2,5;
1347652119:PI;
1347653066:PNI;
1347653066:B2,38;
1347653066:B2,38;
1347653072:PI;
1347653180:PNI;
1347653180:B2,39;
1347653180:B2,39;
1347653186:B2,41;
1347653190:PI;
1347654217:PNI;
1347654217:B2,63;
1347654217:B2,63;
1347654223:PI;
1347654505:PNI;
1347654505:B2,67;
1347654505:B2,67;
1347654511:PI;
1347654512:PNI;
1347654512:B2,67;
1347654517:PI;
1347656779:PNI;
1347656779:B2,100;
1347656779:B2,100;
...

It doesn't look too complicated, so care to explain what it all means so we can learn how the battery gauge adapts to a newer one, without perusing the code ?

I'll guess the first numeric blob is some sort of time code, and the last one charge percentage either as reported or calculated...
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