batterystat
batterystat
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batterystat

batterystat

1.403 September 2010

Command line tool for battery status info.

batterystat
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03 September 2010

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batterystat

batterystat

1.403 September 2010

Command line tool for battery status info.

Overview

batterystat is the missing commandline tool to get battery status information on Mac OS X.

Based on the same code as the powerful application MiniBatteryLogger, it is an essential tool for system administrators and bash scripters.

What's new in batterystat

Version 1.4:
  • Fix for Snow Leopard compatibility.

Requirements for batterystat

  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later

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15 June 2008

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"ioreg -w0 -l | grep Capacity" in terminal does the same.
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15 June 2008
"ioreg -w0 -l | grep Capacity" in terminal does the same.
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Emeraldion
15 June 2008
@KAYHH: This is the output of ioreg -l -w0 on Intel: cassiopeia:~ delphine$ ioreg -l -w0 | grep Capacity | | "CurrentCapacity" = 5474 | | "LegacyBatteryInfo" = {"Capacity"=5474,"Amperage"=143,"Cycle C ount"=7,"Current"=5474,"Voltage"=12609,"Flags"=7} | | "MaxCapacity" = 5474 | | "DesignCapacity" = 5500 And this is the output on PPC (yeah, it's different): maia:~ delphine$ ioreg -l -w0 | grep Capacity | | | "IOBatteryInfo" = ({"Capacity"=3556,"Amperage"=1392,"Cycle Count"=10 2,"Current"=2808,"Voltage"=12426,"Flags"=838860807,"AbsoluteMaxCapacity"=4400}) | | | | "IOBatteryInfo" = ({"Capacity"=3556,"Amperage"=1392,"Cycle C ount"=102,"Current"=2808,"Voltage"=12426,"Flags"=838860807,"AbsoluteMaxCapacity" =4400}) If you're comfortable with that, and you can easily handle the different formats, you won't probably ever need batterystat.
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15 June 2008

Most helpful

"ioreg -w0 -l | grep Capacity" in terminal does the same.
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Version 1.0
15 June 2008
"ioreg -w0 -l | grep Capacity" in terminal does the same.
Like
Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Emeraldion
15 June 2008
@KAYHH: This is the output of ioreg -l -w0 on Intel: cassiopeia:~ delphine$ ioreg -l -w0 | grep Capacity | | "CurrentCapacity" = 5474 | | "LegacyBatteryInfo" = {"Capacity"=5474,"Amperage"=143,"Cycle C ount"=7,"Current"=5474,"Voltage"=12609,"Flags"=7} | | "MaxCapacity" = 5474 | | "DesignCapacity" = 5500 And this is the output on PPC (yeah, it's different): maia:~ delphine$ ioreg -l -w0 | grep Capacity | | | "IOBatteryInfo" = ({"Capacity"=3556,"Amperage"=1392,"Cycle Count"=10 2,"Current"=2808,"Voltage"=12426,"Flags"=838860807,"AbsoluteMaxCapacity"=4400}) | | | | "IOBatteryInfo" = ({"Capacity"=3556,"Amperage"=1392,"Cycle C ount"=102,"Current"=2808,"Voltage"=12426,"Flags"=838860807,"AbsoluteMaxCapacity" =4400}) If you're comfortable with that, and you can easily handle the different formats, you won't probably ever need batterystat.
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Version 1.0