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Old 10-10-2017, 03:58 PM
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I have read through the PDF manual for the thermal imager and am unable to establish how long it takes to charge the battery, while plugged into a power source the battery indicator shows the battery charging along with a red led light on top illuminated, but I've no idea how long it takes to charge the battery?

I know the manual advises the battery will operate for about 4 hours and should be re-charged less than every 30 days in non continuous use situations, but how long to charge the battery?

anyone.
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You would think something that literally costs hundreds of dollars like a Smart phone does would at least have a small row of LEDs to indicate charge level like your typical cheap $49.99 Port Cargo Jumper pack or Chinese drill chargers do.
Hmmm?Maybe it's in there . Does it have a settings display menu you can access and customize screen display?
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Old 10-11-2017, 08:24 AM
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I have read through the PDF manual for the thermal imager and am unable to establish how long it takes to charge the battery, while plugged into a power source the battery indicator shows the battery charging along with a red led light on top illuminated, but I've no idea how long it takes to charge the battery?

I know the manual advises the battery will operate for about 4 hours and should be re-charged less than every 30 days in non continuous use situations, but how long to charge the battery?

anyone.
It charges in 4 hours and the LED indicator will turn off.
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Old 10-11-2017, 01:03 PM
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Thanks for your replies, I'll have to time it next time round.
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