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ChargingUpdated on 21 September, 2019
Aidlab has an internal, lithium-polymer rechargeable battery, which currently provides the best performance for your device. Compared with traditional battery technology, lithium-polymer batteries are lighter, charge faster, last longer, and have a higher power density for more battery life.
Charge the battery
To charge your Aidlab battery, do the following:
- Connect Aidlab to a USB port on your computer or to a power outlet through a phone charger. Make sure your computer is turned on—if Aidlab is connected to a computer that’s turned off, the battery may drain instead of charge.
Note: Don’t try to charge your Aidlab by connecting it to your keyboard, unless your keyboard has a high-power USB port.
The yellow or green light shows the charging status:
- Constant yellow when charging - less than 80% battery level.
- Constant green when charging - over 80% battery level.
If Aidlab is very low on power, it may blink briefly indicating that it needs to charge for up to 10 minutes before you can use it.
WARNING: If you suspect there may be liquid in the USB connector of Aidlab, don’t use the USB connector to charge Aidlab. For information about exposure to liquid, and other important safety information about the battery and charging Aidlab, see Important safety information for Aidlab.
How to prolong the battery life
Try to avoid charging for short periods to boost a few percent. The battery won't be damaged by doing so, but doing it frequently will lead to decreased overall capacity. Keep in mind, every battery has a certain number of charging cycles before it starts degenerating. Try to use those cycles fully.
NEVER leave a charging device next to a source of heat. If you're not going to use Aidlab for long periods of time, remember to fully charge it and recharge at least every 6 months. Leaving the battery discharged long-term is going to cause irreversible damage.
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