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    Synology’s 5-bay DS1517+ is solid refresh of the company’s 5-bay SMB NAS solution, fitting nicely between performance and affordability. Equipped with a quad-core 2.4GHz CPU, an AES-NI hardware encryption engine, four 1GbE LAN ports and up to 16GB DDR3 RAM (dual channel), this Synology DiskStation performs well during encryption and intensive applications. A single DS1517+ device has a maximum capacity of 50TB when using five 10TB HDDs and can be expanded even further to upwards of 150TB when using two DX517 expansion units. Synology DiskStation DS1517+ NAS Review
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    Neither reports a defective battery. It's just that the capacity has decreased a lot, holding little charge. The ibbu07 was at about 10% (reporting 300+ cycles) while the ibbu08 is hovering around 50% (despite reporting only 6 cycles). I wanted to a try a new battery that I have lying around, which doesn't costs me anything apart from a little fiddling time. For the eprom programmer, I guess you also need a converter from soic to dip. I'll try without any of those to see if it works. I'm hoping it will work, especially if I use an identical but new battery.
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    Apparently the bq2060A internal charge controller does not count backwards, several users has tried just changing battery but it was unsuccessful - relearn simply fails. I don't know what lsi module you have but it will be interesting if you post your findings, I have only edited code for ibbu07 so other modules would be interesting and might behave otherwise.