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Instruction mannuel for a brunton 1500 pulse charger

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Ummm... There isn't one. You plug it into a USB port to charge it up, (from other powered item, I use my laptop) it takes about an hour and a half. or w/Solaris® 4 USB - 2 to 3 hours. And whatever you are going to charge with it, (usually a smart phone) you plug into the port Standard USB or micro USB and charge up the phone. Good for one charge of a phone and then it must be recharged. I watched the video on their website before I ordered one, it may or may not make it clearer for you. Pulse 1500 Brunton

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