The Veedverks Fast Charger is included with each Veedverks Variable Voltage Battery sold, both in the Starter Kit and the Veedverks Variable Voltage Battery standalone package. Its sole purpose is to recharge the battery by connecting the battery to a standard USB port.
Both the Veedverks Starter Kit and the Veedverks Variable Voltage Battery standalone package include the following instructions/reference for battery operation:
The four components of the Veedverks charger are explained below.
This plugs into any standard USB port. It can be used on a computer/laptop or any plug-in AC-to-USB adapter.
Although this may not look or feel like a button, it behaves like one. Touching the Veedverks "V" logo changes the charging mode. The modes are explained in the Charger Operation section below.
This light indicates the current charging mode. It will either be green, yellow, or red. The green, yellow, or red color should not be confused with the green, yellow, orange or red indicated by the LED Light on the Veedverks Variable Voltage Battery. The light on the battery indicates the battery’s charge. This Mode Indicator Light only tells the user what mode the charger is in. The modes are listed below:
This threaded female 510 port screws on to the male counterpart on the Veedverks Variable Voltage Battery.
To charge, simply screw the battery on to the 510 Connector on the charger then plug the USB Connector into any powered USB port. The LED Light on the battery will indicate its charge. When it reaches a full charge, it will turn green. Unplug the charger and battery.
To switch to RAPID CHARGING mode, touch the Mode Selection Button while the charger is plugged in. The Mode Indicator Light will turn from yellow to red. To switch back to NORMAL CHARGING mode, just unplug the charger from the USB power source and unscrew the battery. Wait a few seconds, and the charger will have reverted to its default NORMAL mode.
Note: The easy way to remember NORMAL/RAPID modes is that the charger will always default back to NORMAL mode when it is not connected to any power source. Unplugging it from the USB port is only removing one source of power. Of course, the battery itself is a source of power, so that has to be removed, too. The change will occur automatically, and the charger will be back to NORMAL mode the next time it is plugged in to a USB port.