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HX-1 Navigator [General] - Slow charging using non-standard power source

Author: Robert Taylor Reference Number: AA-00530 Views: 712 Created: 2016-11-23 06:52 Last Updated: 2016-11-25 09:31 75 Rating/ 3 Voters

When charging from other sources, such as wall chargers etc., it's important that the charger in question should output around 2000mA or 2A at 5V DC.

Also, a typical PC USB port only outputs around 400mA (some PCs have special "high output" USB ports specifically for charging the myriad USB devices we have in our life these days).

Using any low output charging device will mean that charging takes much longer.


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