The built-in battery has been partially charged at the factory, but you may need to recharge it before you can use your charging plate. Charge the plate with a wireless charger, a USB charger, or a computer.

  1. To charge wirelessly, place the charging plate on a wireless charger. Make sure the charging areas on the two devices touch.

    Alternatively, when using a USB charger or a computer, first put the micro-USB end of the cable in the charger connector of your charging plate. Then put the USB end of the cable into the charger and plug the charger into a wall outlet, or connect the cable to a computer.

    The battery level and charging indicators show the charging progress by blinking steadily while the battery is charging. The charging time may vary depending on the charging method.

    If the charging plate becomes too warm, it automatically stops charging for a while.

  2. When the battery is full, take your plate off the wireless charger, or disconnect the USB cable from your charging plate and the charger from the wall outlet.

Check the battery level

  1. Press the power indicator key. The indicator lights switch on for 10 seconds, showing you the remaining battery level.

    Each indicator light represents 25% of the battery capacity. If there's only one blinking light, you need to charge your charging plate before you can use it.