Charge an APC Mobile Power Pack

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You're watching VisiHow. This is tutorial on how to charge an APC mobile power pack. In this video, we have a 5000 mAh APC mobile battery pack. When fully charged, it's sufficient to restore full battery power to two cellphones.

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  1. 1
    In order to use the device, you need to first charge it for 4-10 hours to make sure that it is completely charged.
    When you power it on, the battery indicator will light up. You'll see what the status of the charge is.
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    Turn the device on its side.
    You will see that there is a central port for 5 V DC at 1.5 A. This port is for charging the device.
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    You need to plug in a micro-USB cable into the device.
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    Then, you need to plug the micro-USB cable into a charger.
    In this case, a Samsung adapter is going to be used. It came with the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. We are simply going to plug the USB port into the Samsung S6 Edge.
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    Put and push the USB port into the charger.
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    Now, plug the charger into a wall outlet.
    Once we plug it into a wall outlet, the device should begin charging.
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    In this video, we turn the device around for the purpose of demonstration.
    Once we plug in the charger, you will note that it will begin charging by the LEDs at the top. In this video, the charge meter indicates that there are two bars of the battery power; and the third one is currently in process of charging. There is a number of battery capacity LED indicators: all four indicate a 100% charge, three indicate a 70% charge, two indicate a 40% charge, and one indicates a 15% charge. If all of the LEDs are flashing or are not displayed, then that indicates that there is no further charge. If the battery is charging, the LED indicator gives you the status of how much of the charge you have. In the event that there is fault or an internal problem with the battery, all four of these will constantly flash. If your APC is doing that then you have a problem.
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