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    ideas: dispay battery voltage on screen

    Does anyone have any ideas on how to do this?
    Thanks!

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    The answer, once again, is Phidgets.
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    hehe, I was thinking the battery for the computer since I am using a laptop......

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    A suitable PIC can handle that job -- no problems.

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    sorry everyone I have no idea about any of these or how I could make it work!!

    do a search?

    Anyone care to fill me in?

    Thanks

    edit: for the Phidgets, what program or plug-in would display it? Where does it plug in again?

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    well, if you are using a laptop and it is the laptops battery voltage u wanna show, you could use mbm5 to get the voltage from the battery i think.

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    nope, regular PC.

    The reason I want this feature is because I am running 2 batteries. I want to know the voltage of the auxilary and primary batteries

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