User Guide for the Portable Power Bank/Battery

 

Power button

The button that looks like a power button is actually a battery capacity check button. You only need to press this to check the remaining capacity of the device. The device will power itself on and off when you plug/unplug to charge.

LED lights

The device has two modes.

– Charging from the wall socket

– Discharging to charge your device (phone/tablet etc)

The LED lights behave slightly differently in each mode.

TapTes Wireless Phone Charger for Tesla Model 3

Mode 1: Charging from the wall socket

When the device is charging from the powerpoint, the LED status is summarised in the following table

 Percent charged  LED1  LED2  LED3  LED4
 0 – 25  Flashing  Off  Off  Off
 25 – 50  On  Flashing  Off  Off
 50 – 75  On  On  Flashing  Off
 75 – 96  On  On  On  Flashing
 Fully charged  On  On  On  On
 Malfunction  Flashing  Flashing  Flashing  Flashing

 

Mode 2: Discharging to charge your device

When the device is charging your phone/tablet, the LED status is summarised below

 Capacity remaining (%)   LED1  LED2  LED3  LED4
 No charge  Off  Off  Off  Off
 0 – 25  Flashing  Off  Off  Off
 25 – 50  Flashing  Flashing  Off  Off
 50 – 75  Flashing  Flashing  Flashing  Off
 75 – 100  Flashing  Flashing  Flashing  Flashing

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