• Hi - please can you try running E.getBattery() and see what it reports?

    The issue is that to try and make things easier we have one firmware that handles all the different Pucks, but in order to identify them it looks at what I2C peripherals are attached at boot time.

    But, especially on the Puck.js v1, the microcontroller works down to 1.8v, but the magnetometer stops working at 2v.

    At 2v the battery has maybe 5% of charge left in it, if that - but if the magnetometer isn't responding then the Puck will think it's been left off (and will report it's the 'lite' version)


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