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Thread: nitecore intellicharger LED indicator question

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    Default nitecore intellicharger questions.

    i have an intellicharger i2. the documentation doesn't get too in-depth about the LED indicators, and i'm wondering.. when i put my batteries on, the indicators are orange. when they're fully charged, do they change to a different color, or is it just three solid orange bars?

    EDIT: originally this thread was strictly concerning the intelli's indicator lights. rather than start a whole new thread, i figured i'd just re-purpose this into a more general intellicharger "question" thread..


    so my second question is.. i know the general consensus is to not let batteries charge unattended, but does anyone with the intellicharger leave their batteries on for a couple hours (or more) after they're at full capacity? is this bad practice?

    thanks!
    Last edited by anon0; 04-30-2013 at 05:54 PM. Reason: thread re-purosing

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    I have one and didn't notice that they change colors....

    Blinking while charging when they go solid batteries are charged. It has always worked good for me and very simple....

    Sorry, I'm no help.

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    Three orange solid bars and your good to go.

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    thanks for the quick replies, folks. much appreciated.

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    bump. re-purposed thread. new question. see above.

    edit: good answer to the leaving-batts-on-the-i2 question is here
    Battery Overcharge
    Last edited by anon0; 04-30-2013 at 06:22 PM.

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