How to Download and Operate the LTM App We recently provided an overview of the LAVA Tablet Manager (LTM) app, which is used with our Sync+ and eSTS SimulCharge adapters. We covered what the app does and why it is necessary for utilizing Network Recovery & Battery Modulation (RBM). This article will serve as an
The Lava Tablet Manager Application Previously, we’ve written about our e series Simulcharge adapters and their accompanying features. In order to access these features, RBM-equipped adapters require the installation of the LAVA Tablet Manager (LTM) application on the mobile device. But what exactly is the LTM app and what does it do? LTM must be
SimulCharge Technology SimulCharge technology allows select mobile devices, such as tablets and smartphones, to charge while simultaneously communicating with USB peripherals. With SimulCharge adapters, users can connect wired Ethernet or USB devices (printers, scanners etc.) to their tablets, without interrupting charging or choosing between power-only and peripherals. eSTS adapters are available with up to three
LAVA’s n series adapters are entry-level SimulCharge devices. These adapters are available for select Samsung and Lenovo mobile devices. This article will provide an overview of the underlying technologies and features of this product line. SimulCharge Technology SimulCharge technology allows select mobile devices, such as tablets and smartphones, to charge while simultaneously communicating with peripherals.
In an earlier article, we looked at the Screen Brightness Management feature, available with our RBM-equipped SimulCharge adapters. The feature lets users schedule a display brightness level for two different times of day – one for daytime operation and one for night time. This both reduces heat generation from the screen and saves on battery
Like Battery Modulation and Network Recovery, Screen Brightness Management is another feature of RBM-equipped LAVA SynC+ and eSTS SimulCharge adapters. It is included with the Lava Tablet Manager (LTM) app, which must be installed on the mobile device for RBM to work (the latest version of the LTM app is available on the Google Play
In a previous article on Battery Modulation we discussed how LAVA’s technology prolongs the lifespan of mobile devices, and the differences between CABM and RBM. However, RBM technology has an additional capability that should be explored more in depth – Network Recovery. This article will provide an explanation of DHCP, how it is used for
At LAVA we believe in leveraging the capabilities of existing resources and altering them to suit a wide range of applications. In doing so, we save both time and resources for ourselves, and for our customers. A great example of how LAVA applies this philosophy is through the development and modification of our Commercial off
The tech world tends to use a lot of acronyms, and LAVA is no exception. But the challenge with acronyms is that if their meanings are unclear it becomes very hard to understand what is being discussed. Below is an updated reference guide of LAVA’s naming conventions, and the product attributes they are associated with.
For a limited time, we’re including a free Charge-Check with every order to help our customers in these unprecedented times. WHAT IS THIS? Charge-Check is an accessory that sits between the mobile USB charger and your phone or tablet. Charge-Check protects the device battery from being trickle charged and/or overcharged by turning on and off