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SureFire 123A Rechargeable Lithium Phosphate Battery 2-Pack with Charger Kit

BH #SUSFLFP123K • MFR #SFLFP123-KIT
SureFire 123A Rechargeable Lithium Phosphate Battery 2-Pack with Charger Kit
Key Features
  • 450mAh, 3.2V Batteries
  • Life Cycle: 1000 Charges
  • Charge 2 Batteries in 3 Hours, AC or DC
  • Auto Charge Termination
Power SureFire and other LED flashlights with this 123A Rechargeable Lithium Phosphate Battery 2-Pack with Charger Kit. The charger can charge both batteries simultaneously in three hours or one at a time in one and a half hours. It connects to AC or DC power sources via a USB to micro-USB cable. The charger ceases charging automatically when the batteries reach capacity, and it offers overheat, overcharge, short-circuit, and reverse polarity protection. Each of the two included CR123A-size batteries has a capacity of 450mAh and 1.44 Wh, and nominal voltage of 3.2V. Each battery has a life cycle of 1000 charges, and will retain approximately 50% of its original capacity after 500 cycles.
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Can anyone confirm for me how to interpret the ...

Can anyone confirm for me how to interpret the lights on the charger? I assume that a flashing green means that the battery is charging and a steady green means that the battery has charged? Is there any other display of the indicator lights that this charger manifests? Thank you
Asked by: Wesley
The lights on this SureFire 123A Rechargeable Lithium Phosphate Battery 2-Pack with Charger Kit would be as follows. Blinking Light - It is charging solid - Battery is full Fast blink - damage or fault somewhere in he battery or charger. .
Answered by: Moe
Date published: 2022-08-16

The charger has a USB plug which plug into a USB ...

The charger has a USB plug which plug into a USB power source brick, such as an Apple iPhone 5 volt, 1 Amp charger. Is there any benefit or danger of using a power brick with an amperage greater than 1 Amp? Thank you.
Asked by: Wesley
It is safer to use a USB power brick that no greater than 1 amp with the charger in this Surefire kit.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2022-08-23
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