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Noise levels (the declared A-weighted sound power level, LWAd) of "HDD random seek" mode Minimum number of loading cycles that the batteries can withstand Configuration of memory Configuration of internal storage Configuration of discrete television tuner Configuration of discrete audio card Configuration of discrete graphics cards Configuration of discrete graphics cards category The battery in this product cannot be easily replaced by users themselves For products with an integrated display, the total content of mercury is
2. [. . . ] Measurement methodology for ETEC
EN 62623:2013 — Desktop and notebook computers — Measurement of energy consumption: 5. Measurement methodology for sleep mode
EN 62623:2013 — Desktop and notebook computers — Measurement of energy consumption: 5. Power supplies — Determination of no-load power and average efficiency of active modes. EN 61960:2011 Secondary cells and batteries containing alkaline or other nonacid electrolytes — Secondary lithium cells and batteries for portable applications: 7. Measurement methodology for battery loading cycles
Sequence of steps for achieving a stable condition with respect to power demand
Description of how sleep mode was selected or programmed
EN 62623:2013 — Desktop and notebook computers — Measurement of energy Description of how off mode was selected consumption: or programmed 5. ENERGY STAR® Program Requirements Sequence of events required to reach the Product Specification for Computers, mode where the equipment automatically Eligibility Criteria Version 6. [. . . ] Sequence of events required to reach the mode where the equipment automatically Not applicable changes to off mode The length of time after a period of user inactivity in which the computer automatically reaches a power mode that 30 minutes has a lower power demand requirement than sleep mode The length of time before the display sleep mode is set to activate after user inactivity User information on the energy-saving potential of power management functionality User information on how to enable the power management functionality Test parameter for ambient temperature Test parameter for test voltage Test parameter for frequency Test parameter for total harmonic distortion of the electricity supply system 10 minutes
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