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DNA-250C is a problem with a battery charge up to 100%.


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Good day. I have such a problem, DNA-250C cannot fully charge the batteries. I want to analyse the battery, but the program writes that I would wait for a full charge. I left it to charge overnight, and it did not reach 100%. I charged the batteries in an external charger, the device says it is 100% charged. EScribe doesn't want to run the battery test anyway. Batteries 2 cells (Sony vtc6) have been in use for about a year. 1.thumb.jpg.0a813ab48878b6653364641c2113124f.jpg

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.Batteries degrade over time and charges and have a life cycle.. It is recommended that batteries for a 250C be "married". In other words only used together as a pair.  You say the batteries are about a year old. Were the batteries always used as a "married pair in a device?  You might consider trying a couple of new ones to see if that helps

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In looking at your screenshot, notice up at the top it shows both batteries at 4.18V Right now that's what battery analyzer believes to be 100%. You could (in the screen behind it) move that far left value down to 4.18 as being 100% so some light or theme message appears.

Totally off topic, and not related to this, you could also upgrade your version of escribe. Link in my signature.
 

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20 часов назад, retird сказал:

.Batteries degrade over time and charges and have a life cycle.. It is recommended that batteries for a 250C be "married". In other words only used together as a pair.  You say the batteries are about a year old. Were the batteries always used as a "married pair in a device?  You might consider trying a couple of new ones to see if that helps

Batteries were purchased in pairs for use only together. There is also a pair of Samsung inr-25R, the result is the same.

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3 hours ago, StemDeath said:

Batteries were purchased in pairs for use only together. There is also a pair of Samsung inr-25R, the result is the same.

Great...  You might just do a search in this forum for the CSV file for the Sony vtc6 batteries, You may find the CVS for them .  Upload the CSV ...  OR

You might find the CSV here as there are page after page of csv files....    https://www.stealthvape.co.uk/downloads/battery-csv-files-escribe/   and   https://www.stealthvape.co.uk/download-section/

You might save the current csv file first in case you want to reload it...

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I find that some 250C can be a bit finicky to reach 100%. I have one that will reach 99% and will just trickle charge for a long, long time but eventually will get to 100% and the LED will turn green. With the CVS for the batteries I don't worry about only getting 99%.  Doesn't effect the battery usage...

I also have other DNA devices that do the same with single batteries...

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