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    Asus GL503GE voltage Battery 5,2 Volts

    Hi is that normal 5,2 Volts to charge the battery Thanks

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    Urgent Please

    Quote Originally Posted by fcsoares43 View Post
    Hi is that normal 5,2 Volts to charge the battery Thanks

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    it´s a gl503ge

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    Urgent Please

    Weel it looks like that is a new issue of our Gaming, Asus says is a dificulty .

    thanks

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    If it's charging and discharging normally then it's fine. Is there a problem?
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    Quote Originally Posted by xeromist View Post
    If it's charging and discharging normally then it's fine. Is there a problem?
    Weel the others machines like mine in HWMonitor shows voltages plenty high like 15Volts, do you think tjis is normal???

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    Well, I'm not sure what HWMonitor is reading. If the voltage was way off your machine would not work. Charge controller voltage will vary a bit by state of charge with lithium batteries but not what you're indicating. Amperage varies more based on load.

    Also, battery packs are not monolithic. They have multiple cells in series and parallel which can be balanced. The controller manages them and not all cell and controller configurations are the same. So different controllers may report differently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xeromist View Post
    Well, I'm not sure what HWMonitor is reading. If the voltage was way off your machine would not work. Charge controller voltage will vary a bit by state of charge with lithium batteries but not what you're indicating. Amperage varies more based on load.

    Also, battery packs are not monolithic. They have multiple cells in series and parallel which can be balanced. The controller manages them and not all cell and controller configurations are the same. So different controllers may report differently.
    I have two familiar members with the same laptop and the information is exactly the same so is not an issue is like this thanks

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