Blf lt1 full charge

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Blf lt1 full charge

Hi I’m sorry if this is in the wrong section or if this has already been discussed . I was reading through the instructions on my lantern , and I noticed it says 4.2v is fully charged. When I fully charge the 18650s (sofirm) my the lt1 only blinks out 4.1v but when I put the same batteries in the q8 it blinks out 4.2 . Can anyone maybe enlighten me with there expertise? Cheers guys

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There seems to be some variance in the charge cut off. Mine never reaches 4.2.
Mine stopped at 4.16v and I manage to catch it at the exact moment it cut off.
And I quite happy for that. Easier on the batteries.
You might pull a freshly charge cell and see what what it reads.
Also there is probably some variance in the circuit reading the voltage.
Unless you measure something too low, I suspect you are just seeing normal behavior.
You will get more replies if you put this in the LED Lantern forum.
All the Best,

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From what I’ve gathered, the Anduril voltage indicator is not the most accurate way to judge. I always see variance but it’s not a huge deal.

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i dont suppose u could help me . when i go in moon mode the lantern is already on a very dim setting . can that be adjusted as i thought the idea of moon mode is it slowly dims down and eventually turns off

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That would be sunset mode. It starts at a higher level and slowly dims down until it reaches “moon mode” and then turns off.

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Batteries fresh off of a charge fall almost immediately so the true reading would be after a reasonable period of time . Expect that a day later reading will be more accurate .

Moon mode is simply a low/low usually a sub 1 lumen  mode .Firefly is maybe even a tenth of that ..just barely on 

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