Charge device

launch x431 diagun operation guide Charge device

There are three methods to charge X-431Diagun: one is to use the charger (for details to see 2.3, No.6 in Diagram 2-2), the second is to charge through an external power (DLC) and the last is to charge when connecting to PC through the USB port.

1 Description of the Power Indicator State
Charge through the charger
Charge it under conditions of power off, power on and stand-by mode. The power indicator always come on when charging and goes out when the battery is full.
Note: It is better to charge in stand-by mode for charging saturation. (How to standby: click the start menu “” to find “Suspend”, or press the power key of the main unit. And press again to return the normal state.)

Charge through DLC
Charge it under conditions of power off, power on and stand-by mode. The power indicator always come on when charging and goes out when the battery is full.

Charge by PC
Charge it by connecting to PC through the USB port.

2 Description of the Battery State
2.1. Power on under conditions of being connected with charger or an external power supply. The icon “” will appear in the taskbar. It indicates charging in the power management interface, as shown below:

Note: Click the start button “” in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen,and click “control panel”. With a new window pops up, double click “Power”,and the power management interface appears. You can also double click the battery indication icon to view the power management interface, as shown above.

2.2. When using this equipment without connecting an external power supply, if the battery is more than 40%, no icon appears in the taskbar, and the actual battery will be shown.

2.3. When using this equipment without connecting an external power supply, if the battery is less than 40% and more than 10%, the icon ” ” appears in the taskbar. It shows the actual battery in the power management interface.

2.4. When using this equipment without connecting an external power supply, if the battery is less than 10%, the icon “” appears and indicates the battery is too low.

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