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SkinnyDennis
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another charging thread

I know I'm beating a dead horse, but I'm going to flog away anyway.

 

I charged my NC with a iGo universal charger, 5v 1.0a, and the NC battery status would never read more than 99% charged. This is what the std charger charges to.

 

So, is the only difference between the iGo and the NC charger the green light on the cord? That is, besides the iGo lower charging rate.

 

No way for me to actually measure what the battery is doing. Maybe that battery status never reads more than 99% no matter what, and the iGo is overcharging or the charge sensing in built into the NC, not the NC charger.

 

 

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