Battery and Charging
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Battery and Charging
- Front LED colors
- Charging Process
- Charging Protocols (QC2; QC3; Power Delivery (PD))
This page is under construction, information may not be up to date.
1. Front LED colors
When the Lynx-R1 is turned on, the front LED color will reflect the battery status
- Green : between 100% and 50%;
- Yellow : between 50% and 10%;
- Red : below 10%
If the Lynx-R1 doesn't boot, the front LED might indicate the cause:
- If the front LED is blinking at a regular interval, this means that the battery is too low to boot-up
- If the front LED is blinking at irregular intervals, this means that the headset has a hardware issue
2. Charging Process
Please take into account the following comments to properly charge the Lynx-R1:
- Cable: Please use another a certified PD-compatible charging Cable
- Charger Protocol: The Lynx-R1 is compatible with QC2, QC3 and PD. We recommend to use a PD Charger as it's compatible with most USB-C devices
Charging process with V1.1.6 firmware.
- When a Lynx-R1 in a turned down state is plugged into a charger, it will power on and boot up normally (because V1.1.6 firmware doesn’t include a separate charge state)
- Once the headset has finished booting up, you can press the power button to turn off the displays so that they don’t draw power and allow the headset to charge more
Charging process with V1.1.7 firmware.
- Charge-off boot mode was added to V1.1.7 firmware, allowing the headset to charge without being in a fully turned on state
- When a Lynx-R1 in a turned down state is plugged into a charger, it will power on into charge-off boot mode. The screens will turn on displaying black for a few seconds, then turn back off.
- The LED will reflect battery status diferently than in normal turned-on state
- Green : between 100% and 80%;
- Yellow : between 80% and 50%;
- Red : below 50%
- From this mode, if you want to use the Lynx-R1, you have to boot it up by pressing the power button for 2 seconds. Take note that the headset will not boot up until it is a least above 15% charge.
3. Charging Protocols
(Certifications are still in process, this information might change)
The Lynx-R1 should be compatible with :
- QuickCharge 2
- QuickCharge 3
PowerDelivery seems to be the more efficient and we recommend a 20W charger coupled with a USB-C: 2.0 cable.