Sony Corp. is recalling about 1,700 Panasonic Corp. lithium-ion battery packs installed in Vaio laptops, due to overheating that may pose a fire hazard.
In March, Toshiba Corp. recalled about 91,000 Panasonic laptop battery packs in the U.S. due to fire risk.
Lewiy wrote:It is possible that some combination of configuration parameters needed for rev113. I would try to change at the same time - ModelID, ConfigID, Serial Number, BatteryType, LDS Serial, MainBoard Vendor - on the basis of this link - https://gist.github.com/psy0rz/4430999. The result is not guaranteed.
Nope, the operating system code is proprietary and can lead to legal action against firmware hackers.Fuzzylogic wrote:Btw has anyone done any Neato firmware hacking?
setConfig ModelID VR100
setConfig BatteryType 3
MainBoard Vendor ID,543,,
MainBoard Serial Number,555,,
If the charging voltage goes to the maximum from the dock, 22V, the charger has not terminated properly based on voltage. The BatteryType setting does not seem to change the algorithm.
What are the specifications of the protection boards used in the packs?
When ordering protection boards note they are different for LiFePo4 and Lithium Ion. LiFePo4 has lower voltage.
The boards must also support 6 amps for running current 3-4 amps with some higher peaks unknown.
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