GO 520 Battery Level

Discussion in 'Technical Support' started by Karl-W. Frimann, Aug 8, 2018.

  1. Karl-W. Frimann

    Karl-W. Frimann

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    possibel to use my GO 520 whitout the window bracket ?
    how to see the battery emty- full ?
     
    Karl-W. Frimann, Aug 8, 2018
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    dhn Moderator

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    In the menu, at the top of the screen (right side) it shows the battery symbol: complete white for full; amber for 1/2 load; red for < 20 % load.
     
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    Karl-W. Frimann

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    Is IT possible to use my new GO520 without use the bracket ??????
     
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    What would you rest the device against?
     
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    Yes, I use my GO 620 like at my desk that all the time.
    I use it for testing a lot but the main reason is that I drive a lot of very short trips and I want to make sure that the battery is charged at all times.

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