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    Ego-t battery passthrough

    Hi,

    Arrived today and very happy with it. Just wondering if this has circuit protection when charging? Also is there an indication when it has finished charging or recommended charging time?

    Cheers,
    Joe

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    My ego passthrough has a red light in the base of the battery - where the usb plugs in.
    This goes out when it is charged.

    Cheers, buggy.
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    Cheers buggy
    I just found that light - I didnt know it was there

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    Yeah thanks for that! I don't know how I missed it now that I have seen it. Anyone know if I can leave it on without it overcharging though?

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    I have left mine attached for weeks at a time with no issues.

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    Great, thankyou.

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    Light should go out when charged?
    Because I trust no-one Who tells me FACTS with no proof

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    Vapin Hard Robray?

    Yes the light goes out but you can still charge it using an eGo 510 thread fast charger as per usual.

    The passthroughs tend to give a more consistent Vape when connected to the USB probably because it's drawing as it's charging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe2tc View Post
    Hi,

    Arrived today and very happy with it. Just wondering if this has circuit protection when charging? Also is there an indication when it has finished charging or recommended charging time?

    Cheers,
    Joe
    Hi Joe,

    It is never recommended to leave a battery of any description on a charger for any longer than it needs to be....

    I am not sure that it will hurt it, but avoid it if you can

    Good to hear all arrived....any other queries, please be sure to let me know.

    Regards
    H


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    Hi Joe,

    I've heard using your computer to charge batteries can cause damage to the computer. Not sure if there is any truth in this, or even if it is applicable to pass throughs. No doubt I'll be corrected quick smart if I am leading you up the garden path...........

 

 
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