Razer nari ultimate charging

Discussion in 'Razer Support' started by box___, Feb 3, 2019.

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  1. box___

    box___ New Member

    Hello Everyone!

    I was wondering if I could leave the razer nari ultimate charging when I go to sleep.
    Is it harmful for the battery?


  2. TheFranubian

    TheFranubian Active Member

    It will most likely be harmful in the very long run. With batteries it is usually a good idea not to let them run out completely, and not to charge them completely either.
  3. ProjectOgira

    ProjectOgira New Member

    I have been measuring the charging behaviour of the razer nari ultimate for a couple days now. It doesn't let any charge(amps) through after it is fully charged. I monitored it through a USB power measuring stick. Goes about to 400mAh max (when empty) then completely stops when it's full. It shouldn't be a problem i think. But i have not seen any official answers about it either.

    Batteries are protected in most devices @TheFranubian . And so is this one. It will stop long before it depletes too far. And it obviously stops any charge coming in when the voltage of the internal battery is correct. Probably Li-ion or lipo single celled.

    However i have not seen any official statement in their manual to leave in the connector for prolonged periods of time. So i am also a bit hesitant with the razer nari ultimate on that one. Even with my monitoring.
    What i am personally concerned about, which i want to ask within a topic of my own, is if i can charge the device while using it. That is not mentioned anywhere in the manual either.

    So @box___ i can not officially answer your question as i am not a razer official in any way. I think it is possible but i am not 100% sure. Therefore i would advice you not to leave it charging prolonged periods of time. Unless a Razer official declares otherwise.

    edit: Just noticed the question was already asked before about charging and using it at the same time. I saw it was mentioned by @Razer.Caziel not to do this. So i won't be reposting the same question.
    Last edited: Feb 10, 2019
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