JANTY® eGo PCC MANUAL
Introducing: The Janty® eGo Personal Charger Case (PCC)
First of all, let us thank you for choosing Janty®.
We take great pride in being one of the only e-cigarette companies that both manufacture, and design our own e-cigarettes, but of course this pride would be lost without us taking care of our customers with the same sense of detail and attention, that we put in to making our products; So, if you find any issues, bugs, or problems with this product, feel free to to email us about it!
And as always, please read the manual before using this product!
The eGo Personal Charger Casing (PCC), comes equipped with a 2000 mAH rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
This battery is charged via a standard mini USB port, as found on the bottom of your PCC.
The PCC will be able to contain:
- One fully assembled Janty eGo
- One separate battery (while being charged)
- One 10ml bottle of liquid
- Two fully assembled cartridges
On the PCC, you will find a LED indicator. This indicator has several modes to display what its current state is:
When in a charging state, the light turns red to indicate that the PCC is charging. All charging of the case itself, happens via the mini USB port.
When the PCC is fully charged, the LED will turn green, and this means that the PCC itself is fully charged, and therefore is able to be used on its own, to charge a separate battery on the go.
Notice, if you remove the external power supply (mini USB) the red LED will turn off, as it is no longer being supplied with enough power to charge.
It takes approximately ten hours to charge the PCC completely.
When the voltage of the PCC battery is at or below 3.3v, the LED will turn red (when not connected to the mini USB) – this indicates that the PCC needs to be re-charged. When this happens, the PCC is unable to charge an eGo battery.
Charging your Janty® eGo battery.
When you insert your battery into the connector, inside the casing, the Janty® eGo battery will rapidly flash five times. This indicates that your battery is now being charged.It takes approximately three hours to fully charge the battery. It is possible to partially charge the battery as you like doing so will not damage the battery.
You can use the space inside the carry case as you see fit, however we recommend you using it as per the picture. There Is also a strap inside, to help you further secure your items.
Cleaning and maintenance.
If your battery does not light up, or begin charging when you insert it into the PCC, this could indicate a problem with your PCC. This can happen, if either the PCC or the battery’s connectors are dirty, or soaked in liquid. Clean both carefully and try again. Cotton and alcohol can be used safely for cleaning both parts.
A fully charged PCC, is capable of charging approximately three full Janty eGo standard batteries, before needing to be re-charged again.