BatteryMon은 배터리 모니터링 소프트웨어 솔루션입니다. 이 제품은 사용하기 쉬운 Windows 기반 애플리케이션으로 설계되어 노트북 배터리 및 무정전 전원 공급 장치 (UPS)의 성능을 모니터링 할 수 있습니다.
사용해보니, 괜찮은거 같아서 자료실에 업로드 하게 되었습니다. BatteryMon 2.1 버전이 현재 최신버전이며, 소프트웨어를 전문으로 개발하는 passmark에서 개발하였습니다.
다운로드 및 설명
1) BatteryMon 실행히 이처럼 심플한 느낌의 창이 보이고, ‘start’를 클릭하면 실행됩니다.
2) 상단을 보게되면 그래프가 그려지는 모습을 통해 배터리 확인을 할 수 있습니다.
3) 환경설정 모습도 보입니다. 대부분 영어로 되어 있습니다.
4) 배터리 세부 정보도 확인할 수 있고, 여러배터리가 있는 경우에도 확인이 됩니다.
5) 자신의 배터리가 2개 이상이면 슬롯1, 슬롯2 이런식으로 보이게 됩니다.
아래는 제작사 홈페이지의 상세정보에 관한 내용입니다.
- Graphically see the charge / discharge rate
- Diagnose problem battery cells with detailed statistics
- Compare and measure your batteries’ performance with expected discharge rates
- See the critical discharge point for your batteries
- Uniquely identify battery packs for tracking purposes or system inventories
- Log the performance of a battery for later reference
- See the status of each individual battery pack, when multiple batteries are in use
- attery charge level is graphed in real time, along with an extrapolated trend line and comparison trend line.
- A log file is maintained of the battery charge level and other statistics for later analysis.
Configurable sample period.
- A comprehensive help file.
Detailed system and status information about each battery installed (see below).
- An interface to BurnInTest in order to evaluate battery performance, while under load.
- Click for a larger imageMini window mode that shows multiple batteries charging/discharging status as well as life percentage, estimated running time and more (with adjustable transparency for Windows 2000 and later)..
Status: Indicates the current status of this particular battery. e.g., “Charging”, “Discharging”, “Not in use”.
- Manufacturer: The name of the company that manufactures the battery pack.
- Device Name: This is usually the model number of the battery pack, as defined by the manufacturer.
- Serial number: The serial number of the device as defined by the manufacturer.
- Unique ID: An identification string, which is unique across all battery packs.
Time remaining: A rough estimate of how much time remains before the battery is fully discharged.
- Battery Temperature: The temperature inside the battery pack.
- Date of manufacture: The date when the battery was manufactured.
- Type of use: Indicates if the batteries normal use is to provide power for normal operations or if the battery is a fail safe / backup device. (Laptop battery or UPS)
- Rechargeable: Indicates if the battery is rechargeable or not.
- Chemistry: The type of battery. Typical values are: Lead Acid, Lithium Ion, Nickel Cadmium, Nickel Metal Hydride, Nickel Zinc, Rechargeable Alkaline-Manganese.
- Design capacity: The theoretical capacity of the battery when new. Measured in milliwatts hours (mWh) for most batteries.
- Full charge capacity: The battery’s current fully charged capacity. In some batteries it is possible to compare this value to the designed capacity to estimate the battery’s wear.
- Alert levels: The manufacturer’s suggestion of when a “Low” and “Warning” battery alert should occur.
- Bias: Some batteries reserve a small charge that is biased out of the battery’s Full Charge Capacity and Current Capacity values to show “0” as the critical battery level. Critical bias is analogous to setting a fuel gauge to show “empty” when there are several liters of fuel left.
- Charge cycles: The count of the number of charge/discharge cycles the battery has experienced. This provides a means to determine the battery’s wear.
- Voltage: The current battery voltage in Volts across the battery terminals.
- Charge Rate: The current rate of battery charge or discharge. For most batteries this value will be in mW.