GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman, Aug. 03, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- O2Micro® International Limited (NASDAQ Global Select Market: OIIM), a global leader in the design, development and marketing of high-performance integrated circuits and solutions, today announced the grant of a patent for a system and method for estimating a remaining capacity of a battery.
O2Micro was issued 20 claims under US patent US 10,534,037 B2 on Jan 14, 2020 for the invention of devices with battery remaining capacity estimating functions. A device includes an interface and a processor. The interface receives information for a parameter indicative of a status of a battery. The processor calculates a remaining capacity of the battery, calculates a capacity ratio of the calculated remaining capacity to a capacity reference of the battery, compares the parameter with a parameter reference to generate a first comparison result, compares the capacity ratio with a ratio reference to generate a second comparison result, sets an amount according to the first and second comparison results, and changes the calculated remaining capacity by the amount.
Dr. Guoxing Li, VP of Advanced Technology, O2Micro, commented, "This invention provides more accurate battery remaining capacity estimation for portable Li-Ion powered devices to improve the user experience.”
Founded in April 1995, O2Micro develops and markets innovative power management components for the Computer, Consumer, Industrial and Automotive markets. Products include Backlighting and Battery Management.
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O2Micro Daniel Meyberg
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