Author Topic: Carnivore 5 Light Charging  (Read 84 times)

Offline Papa1

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Carnivore 5 Light Charging
« on: November 20, 2017, 03:23:40 PM »
Just found a brand new C-5 light in a closet.  Had to be there for 5+ years.  Works great but have a ? on recharging batteries.  Only thing missing is Instructions.  How long should I leave the batteries on charge?  Wish to check them all before using.  Thanks.  Dick
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Re: Carnivore 5 Light Charging
« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2017, 06:17:21 AM »
I leave batteries in until green light comes on. It takes some time.

If you want to sell the Carnivore 5, let me know. You Rat.

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Re: Carnivore 5 Light Charging
« Reply #2 on: November 21, 2017, 06:40:52 AM »
I leave batteries in until green light comes on. It takes some time.

If you want to sell the Carnivore 5, let me know. You Rat.

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If you happen to have the Nitecore i4 charger that Ernie had at one point, that is a nice one ...its a "smart" charger so it will not overcharge etc and charges pretty quick..just wait until the battery above the charging port has all three bars solidly lit up (there's 3 I believe) and that battery is charged..congrats on your find.
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Re: Carnivore 5 Light Charging
« Reply #3 on: November 22, 2017, 08:08:05 PM »
Hern & Quattro,  Hern, If I stop Hunting I will give it to you.  Quattro,  Charger is a SANGUAN and I just got done charging all 6 batteries. 8 to 9.5 Hrs.  Will try it out and compare it w/ Wicked & Night Eyes.  Thanks for the help.  Dick
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