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What is JEITA measuring standard?

    About JEITA measuring standard


    JEITA stands for Japan Electronic Information Technology Association (Ver 1.0).

    JEITA measuring standard is based on the following conditions.


    1. Screen saver: None

    2. Volume control: Mute

    3. Switch off the Wireless LAN switch

    4. Complete the initial settings of Norton Internet Security

    5. Turn off Windows automatic updates

    6. Change desktop background  to VAIO Long Battery Life Wallpaper 1024x768

    7. Exit Windows Sidebar

    8. Memory Bus: 400 MHz

    Go to VAIO Control Center - Power Management - Performance


    Common settings in Control Panel - Power Options

    * Power Plan
    1. Select VAIO Ultimate Battery
     * VAIO Ultimate Battery is hidden under Show additional plans by default.

    * Plan Settings
    1. Turn off the display: Never
    2. Put the computer to sleep: Never

    Go to Change advanced power settings - VAIO Power Management - Advanced button


    * Power Scheme
    1. Set CPU Fan Control - Running on battery: Level1(quiet)
    2. Set Cardslot - Running on battery: Disable

    Note: Calculate the battery run time as follows: [(measurement method a) + (measurement method b)] / 2.


    JEITA Measuring Method A:

    At a display luminous intensity of 20 cd, measure the continuous playback time of one MPEG moving image file read from a hard disk.

    To get the MPEG file, please click here.


    * Display Brightness
    Change the brightness level to 0 with Fn & F5 or F6 key.


    JEITA Measuring Method B:

    * Display Brightness
    Change the brightness level to 1 with Fn & F5 or F6 key.

    For more information on JEITA Battery Run Time Measurement Method for VAIO notebook, please click here.