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FAQ

GENERAL STUFF

  • Your battery gets very warm when you recharge it because a chemical reaction occurs. The battery may reach temperatures of up to (104˚F/40˚C) during charging. This is normal and causes no harm to the battery. If the battery is not drained completely before charging, it may also get warm. Again, this is safe and causes no harm to the battery, however, we suggest you drain the battery before charging to enhance its service life.

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  • ANSWER FOR | Why does my battery get warm during charging

  • ANSWER FOR | How long can I leave the battery connected to the charger

  • ANSWER FOR | What is the durability and life span of the battery

  • ANSWER FOR | Which type of rechargeable battery has the highest durability

  • ANSWER FOR | What is the expected life span of my lamp

  • ANSWER FOR | What is the loss of capacity at low temperatures

  • ANSWER FOR | How much charge do I lose while storing my battery