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Jul 9

Integrate battery lifespan into configuration app

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It would be useful to have a box where one can specify the mAh of their batteries to automatically get a more user-friendly battery lifespan of the schedule directly from the configuration app. I know we can find the info in the manual and do the division ourselves, but this would really help.

Hi Kevin,

Thanks for the suggestion! I'll definitely consider it for the next version of the configuration app.

Peter

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