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Juerg Feldmann

Fortiori Design LLC
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With the  fast increasing numbers of MOXY users in Canada and Europe   there are as well fast increasing questions to be answered. Here a technical one.
 The beauty  of this answer is, that it is in English and not in swenglish as Roger is the source of the answer.
 Question was from our friend  from the UK  on the lights on the MOXY.
 Here we go :
Hi Marcel,
The green charge indicator is more complicated than it seems like it should be. It follows a couple of rules.
  1. It does a slow blink (once per second) whenever the battery is being charged.
  2. If the battery is not being charged, it is solid green when the battery is at the fully charged voltage.
It gets complicated because of how the charger chip acts. When the battery is just about full, it will trickle charge for a long time, so it will keep blinking green even though it is essentially fully charged. Then as soon as you unplug it the LED turns solid green.
Also, if you leave it plugged in for a long time, the charger will eventually stop charging because the battery is completely full. Then the LED will turn solid green while it's plugged in. However, after a while, the voltage will drop a bit and the LED will turn off (the battery is neither being charged nor at its peak voltage) If it sits even longer, the charger will begin charging again and the LED will blink green,
On the next firmware update, we added a battery charge level indicator to the Moxy PC app. That will be more useful than the green LED. We will be sending out the update in the next week or so.
It is normal for your THb to stay in a small range. If you make a graph of the data in Excel and set the lower and upper limits to 12 and 13, you will be able to see the trends in THb. I've copied Andri and Juerg Feldmann on this email. They could comment a lot more on your CSV files.
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