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Olight Baton 3 EDC Torch FAQs

Olight Baton 3 EDC Torch FAQs

Baton 3 FAQs
Q1What charger can be used for Baton 3?
A1It can be used with both 
MCC1A and MCC3. However, there is no difference between using MCC3 and MCC1A in terms of charging rate, for charging with MCC3 is also 1A charging.

Q2: Will Baton 3 fit with CR123A?
A2: Unfortunately, they won’t fit. Please do not put CR123A in Baton 3 and charge it, otherwise there will be a potential risk of explosion.

Q3What’s the difference between Baton3 and S1RII?
A3The Baton 3 is the upgraded version of S1R Baton II. It delivers a huge output of 1,200 lumens, a 20% brightness increase. And the throw ups to 166meters, a 14% increase over the S1R Baton II. Moreover, the runtime of Baton 3 increases, when it is compared with S1R Baton II.

Q4: What do I need to pay attention to when I use the wireless charger?
A4Please do not remove the clip of Baton 3 and put the item into the charging box. Because the design of the box is consistent with the shape of the clip. If the clip is removed, Baton 3 may be put in the wrong way in the charging case and difficult to get it out.

Q5:Can I use wireless charger with S1RII?
A5: S1RII is not compatible with the closing and shutting down function, which cannot be shut down by closing the charging case like Baton 3. It should be shut down instead of turning on when put in the charging case.

Q6: Is the wireless charger waterproof and anti-drop?
A6The wireless charger isn’t waterproof but 1-meter shockproof.

Q7The charging case has a built-in 3500mAh battery, and the battery in Baton 3 is 550mAh. Why can the charging case only charge baton 3.7 times?

A7: ♬When charging, the battery itself will be worn out, so it can only be charged 3.7 times.

 

Q8: How can I determine how much power is left in the charging case?

A8There is an indicator light next to the charging port. The green light indicates that the power is more than 60%, the yellow light indicates that there is still 20% - 60% power, the red light indicates that there is still 10% - 20% power. When the red light flashes, it indicates that the power is less than 10%.
♥ Over 60%  (POWER)
♥ 20%-60%
♥ 10%-20%


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