How many charges can I get out of the Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD battery when charging the Nintendo Switch? I drained the Nintendo Switch down to 9% and charged it back up to full. I had my Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD battery charged to 100%. When charging the Nintendo Switch to 100%, I lost 1 LED light from the battery gauge to the Anker battery. Is this normal? Just curious.
For the Nintendo Switch you will get around 5-6 charges. I would say it’s normal to loose a light pretty fast, even though you have not fully used the allocated charge that would be determined for LED light…
Ah I see. Makes sense then. I was like why is the battery draining rather quickly even charging the Switch.
Also I noticed something else when charging the Anker battery, not sure if this is normal. When the Anker battery is fully charged and I unplug it. When plugging it back for charge when it’s fully charged already, why does it say it’s charging again? The last LED light 90% blinks for a minute or 2 and then stops. I wait till all the LED lights stop blinking and I try it again. Plug it in for charge, and the 90% LED light blinks again. Then eventually stops blinking and all LED lights turn off. Normal?
When plugged in it begins the charging cycle and then realises it is charged and stops again. All the powercores behave like this.
Ah I see. Wasn’t sure if it was normal. When it finished charging to 100%, I unplugged it and plugged it back in. When I saw the last LED light blinking again, I was worried. This is my first Anker battery so I wanted to ask. I would of figured it wouldn’t blink what so ever if it was fully charged. So I thought something was wrong lol
I supposed it is kind of not what you would expect but yeah. That’s how they work.
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