Learn how to charge Pocket UV-C Sanitizer via USB, which features a long battery life and low charging time. For full battery specifications see Pocket UV-C Sanitizer Overview.
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When to Charge
Battery is Low
When the Pocket UV-C Sanitizer’s battery is low the Power Indicator Light will flash red and the Timer Display may display the word “OFF.” This indicates that your device has a low battery and you will not be able to use it until charged.
Battery is Depleted
If you attempt to turn on the device by pressing the Safety Lock button but the Power Indicator Light does not turn on at all then that is also an indicator that it may need to be charged.
How to Charge
Plug the power cord into Pocket UV-C Sanitizer’s Micro USB Port located at the bottom of the device.
Plug the other end of the power cord into a USB port. Main compatible power sources:
- Wall & phone chargers
- Power Banks
Pocket UV-C’s Power Indicator Light will flash blue* while it is charging.
*If initially displaying a red light: this is just an indicator that the battery may have completely depleted since last use.
After ~1-2 hours the blue light stops flashing and remains on to indicate that charging is complete.
If storing Pocket UV-C Sanitizer for three or more months refer to Battery Maintenance & Storage.
Battery Life & Auto-Shutoff
- Battery life: Approx. 7 hours of continuous use
- Charging time: 1-2 hours
- Standby Mode: After 999 seconds (~16 minutes) of continuous use the UV-C LED will automatically stop emitting light and Pocket UV-C will remain on in Standby Mode for 3 minutes (or until powered off manually)
Battery Maintenance & Storage
Ensure to charge Pocket UV-C Sanitizer prior to storing for 3+ months.
Pocket UV-C Sanitizer has a lithium-ion battery and should not have prolonged exposure to extreme temperature environments. Ideal storage temperature for extended battery life is 15°C / 59°F, but between 5°C to 25°C / 41°F to 77°F is also acceptable.