How to enable the threshold of forced hibernation mode on MACOS?

A Macbook Pro 2010 Intel i5
MacOS High Sierra today

The frustrating lack of options forced (during the user work) transition to sleep/hibernate at a certain battery percentage, as this is the default behavior in Windows to achieve, it seems, five percent of capacity.
Does anyone have some knowledge in the issue, how is it possible to include?

Manual mode without problems used by utility SmartSleep.
June 14th 19 at 20:32
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June 14th 19 at 20:34
By itself, the hibernate mode on a Macbook enabled by default, as it is only very old models, but your with the big share of probability in this list are not included. When you reach zero percent Macbook goes into hibernation mode - the system state is stored on disk. When you connect to the network you will not lose data and the system boots in the same condition as it was when you shut down for lack of charge.

You can of course play around with the terminal or as you already said yourself - SmartSleep.
Need to happen during work forcibly. And this is not happening. it reaches zero and dies - Fay_Romaguera commented on June 14th 19 at 20:37

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