Battery and Charging
Connecting the USB charging cable (PRO/PRO+/CHIRP)
The USB charging cable that comes with your device is compatible with any standard USB port. This includes standard smartphone and tablet chargers, and the USB outlets of your computer and car. Outlets must meet USB standards and have a voltage level of 5V.
- One flash means charging just started and the battery is still empty.
- Two flashes mean 25% charged
- Three flashes mean 50% charged
- Four flashes mean 75% charged
- A green light means the battery is fully charged.
A blue light indicates that the temperature is too cold for charging. The lithium-ion battery cannot be charged at temperatures below 3°C / 37.4°F. Please take your Deeper Sonar to room temperature conditions and resume charging.
A red light means there is a problem with charging. In this case, first please try a different charger and cable. Next, please leave the device charging for a longer period (over 1 hour). If the light is still red, please contact Support.
Once your device is charged, screw the top cover back on, ensuring it is closed tightly so that the words ‘Water’ and ‘Proof’ align perfectly.
Charging Deeper Start
Connect your Deeper Sonar to a USB power source using the cable included. For charging please use a standard smartphone or tablet charger, or connect the cable to your personal computer or the USB outlet of another device.
An orange blinking light means that the fishfinder is charging. The number of flashes shows the battery status:
One flash means charging just started and the battery is still empty.
Two flashes mean 25% charged
Three flashes mean 50% charged
Four flashes mean 75% charged
A constant light means the battery is fully charged.
Note: If you still see a rapidly blinking light, or no light at all - please contact Support.
When and where to charge you Deeper
Remember you should never charge your Deeper device in the water, and you should always ensure the charger and device are dry before charging. By regularly charging your Deeper you will maximize the battery’s life. The battery should be recharged at least every 6 months, even if the device is not being used. The battery charger should be disconnected from the mains supply if unused for long periods.