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Understanding The Charge LEDs

When charging:

XGB3/XGB3L
The XGB3 and XGB3L LED will pulse red “on” and “off” when charging, then turn solid green when fully charged.

XGB6/XGB12
When first powered “on”, the XGB6 and XGB12 will quickly flash all Charge LEDs. This shows all LEDs are properly working. The XGB6 and XGB12 will then show the batteries current SOC, and begin charging. During charging, each charging stage will pulse “on” and “off”, then turn solid. When all Charge LEDs are solid (Red, Red, Yellow, Green), the battery pack is fully charged and ready to use.

When discharging:

XGB3/XGB3L
The XGB3 and XGB3L will display a green LED when the battery pack is between 80-100% charged, and a red LED when between 2-79% charged. Two percent (2%) of the battery capacity is reserved for low battery indication.

XGB6/XGB12
The XGB6 and XGB12 capacity will reduce after use, as indicated the 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% Charge LEDs. Only the illuminated Charge LEDs displays the current SOC. As the battery pack is losing capcity, each Charge LED will rapidly pulse “on” and “off”.

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