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Anyone got an oxford oximiser ?

Just noticed that when i charge my battery with mine, it charges to the green bar(12v) at the top and starts to trickle, but if i turn it off at the mains it goes down one bar to yellow (6-12v).

Is this normal or should it stay green after the mains have been turned off ?

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on my optimate the lights go out when its off at the mains, so its probably normal.

 

On my oximiser all the other lights stay on apart from the top one, then if i put the mains back on it starts to trickle again and the top light indicating fully charged comes back on again :? The only thing i was worried about was mabe it's not holding 12v.

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Anyone got an oxford oximiser ?

Just noticed that when i charge my battery with mine, it charges to the green bar(12v) at the top and starts to trickle, but if i turn it off at the mains it goes down one bar to yellow (6-12v).

Is this normal or should it stay green after the mains have been turned off ?

 

Ditto. I've recently been wondering that too myself. Not enough to ask but wondering nonetheless.

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Anyone got an oxford oximiser ?

Just noticed that when i charge my battery with mine' date=' it charges to the green bar(12v) at the top and starts to trickle, but if i turn it off at the mains it goes down one bar to yellow (6-12v).

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Ditto. I've recently been wondering that too myself. Not enough to ask but wondering nonetheless.

I'll take it no one else has an oximiser i can compare to then
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Killmach, I've just got an oximiser. It took about 3 hours to show the green light, and as soon as I switched the mains off, the green light went out, leaving it at amber. A multi meter showed 12.8 volts and the bike started up fine. Hope this is of help :thumb:

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