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RE: R6 Power status
No, it all pretty much makes sense to me now. I am assuming that a power
status of "low" or "critical" only appears if the unit is running off
battery power (or unless...there's a comeback editorial comment hanging out
there, but I can't say it without making someone angry).
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Subject: RE: R6 Power status
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of
> Tyler Lincks
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> Ergo if the unit has a battery and is plugged in, its power status should
> always be "high" (battery fully charged) or "charging", nez pas?
You'd think so. I am assuming you are going to get to the part where you
tell us its not eventually, right?
> And what
> would cause the unit to be unable to discern the status of the
> battery (i.e.
There is an internal sensor that determines whether Steve Knecht is in the
room, and that status is displayed in this case.
You are right. That state doesn't make sense to me either, and if it does,
the cases where it can happen should be documented.