Aspire CF VV Battery - 1600mAh, features stainless steel endpoints, a metal button, and a
carbon fiber coated tube. And they contain a revolutionary spring connector.
- 1.Stainless Steel Parts
- 2. Metal Button
- 3. Carbon Fiber Coated Tube.
- 4. Spring Connector
- 5. Revolutionary Rotary Knob Design
- 6. High Quality Cell and Control Circuit
- 7. Perfect Inner Structure Design
- 8. Continuous variation in 3.3V-4.8V output variable voltage
- 9. Super Lightweight
- Length x Diameter: 120mm x 17.4mm
- 4 colors available: Black, Blue, Grey and Red
- Aspire CF VV Battery - 1600mAh
- 510/eGo thread.
- 1 x Aspire CF VV Battery - 1600mAh
- 1 x User manual
Press button 5 times in succession in 2 seconds. The LED will blink 3 times (both blue and orange lights) and the button will illuminate Blue when active and ON.
Repeat this procedure to turn battery OFF.
LED Light Indicator
Blue LED light will display for battery cell voltage of 3.5-4.2V. The Orange LED indicates a voltage less than 3.5V.
Special Characteristic of VV
- Stepless variation in 3.3V-4.8V output variable voltage.
- Rotate the rotary knob at the bottom of the battery to deliver the optimal voltage for vaping needs
When battery is overcharged (voltage beyond 4.25V), the built-in microchip will automatically stop battery charging.
When battery cell voltage is less than 3.2V (low battery), the atomizer will remain OFF, and the Orange LED light will blink 15 times.
Atomizer Short Circuit Protection
If heating coils are short-circuited while vaping, the LED lights (both colors) blink 3 times, and the battery will default to ?sleep mode.?
Charging Short Circuit Protection
If the charger is short-circuited while charging, the battery will default to OFF position, stop charging, and the LED lights (both colors) will flash 6 times.
- 1. Unscrew the battery from the vaping components.
- 2. Gently screw battery into the USB charger.
- 3. Plug the USB into the supplied wall charger or computer.
- 4. The battery will flash 3 times and then turn solid in color (Orange light in 3.2-3.5V, Blue light in 3.5-4.15V).
- 5. The light on the USB charger will be red when charging.
- 6. Once fully charged, the USB charger will display a green light, and the LED light on battery will turn off.
Battery and Charging Safety Tips
These instructions apply to eGo, 510 style batteries but are also generally applied safety tips to all Lithium battery cells
- Remove the battery when completely charged, this helps prevents potential over charging and overheating of the battery.
- Never charge batteries in excessively warm area or direct sunlight, cars are not great places to charge your batteries but can be done if care is taken to keep them cool.
- Consider where you are charging your batteries try to keep them away from flammable surfaces while charging and do not leave unattended while charging.
- Always use the correct charger that matches your battery 420 mAh battery chargers are typical for most eGo batteries and less then 200 mAh battery charges for 510 style batteries like E-Smart, EMUS etc.. When possible use the same manufacturer for both charger and battery.
- Discontinue using any battery that malfunctions in anyway! i.e. wont take charge, button malfunction, striped threads, damage to housing, etc. its not worth the few dollars you save, buy a new battery if needed.
- Do not buy after market or no name brand batteries, companies like Joyetech, Innokin, Kanger, Smok, Eleaf and several others have been making these batteries a long time for this industry. They are able to provide support and answer questions related to their products
- All USB ports are not created equal. USB ports have a milliamp and output voltage rating. You should only use approved and properly rated usb power adapters for charging your batteries. Around 80% of the reported battery failures are occurring during charging of the battery because the proper chargers are not being used. People are using phone adapters, laptops and computers and other adapters. Its better to use a wall adapter designed for charging eCig Batteries. Laptops in particular seem to be involved in a lot of the reported charging failures so buy an adapter the convenience is not worth the risk.