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Battery

You can find our Battery feature by navigating to Sensors > Battery. Once your device is powered on, this is a strategic way to see how your mobile applications will perform on a device running on a low battery. Please take a look at the screenshot below for reference.

Battery sensor

Next, we will take a deeper dive into this part of the Software.

Charge Level

You can use our special Charge Level option as a standardized indicator of electrical force, or voltage, at which the device is set to.

Note: Your device may eventually power OFF if you have the charge level set to a low level.

Health

You can adjust the state of your battery's health.

  • Good: The battery performance is normal.
  • Failure: The battery can power ON the device, but the performance is very poor.
  • Dead: The device is not receiving any electrical energy and is powered OFF.
  • Overheat: The battery is working extra hard and is likely to rise in temperature.
  • Overvolt: The battery has been overcharged which can obstruct the performance of the device.

Connection

You can set whether the device is connected to a charger or not.

  • AC Charger: The device is connected to a power adapter.
  • None: The device is not connected to a power adapter.

Status

You can set your devices' charging status.

  • Charging: The device is receiving and is storing electrical energy.
  • Discharging: The battery is losing voltage or energy.
  • Not Charging: The device is not receiving and is storing electrical energy.