Our ORORO heated apparel, including heated gloves, heated jackets, and more, use different types of batteries to achieve the best performance in heating and comfortability. If you’re interested in wearable technology or just what you’re putting on your body, you’ll find this guide informative!
Types of ORORO Batteries
For heated clothing like jackets, sweatshirts, and vests, the areas of the heating elements cover more space, which requires larger capacity and output to produce the heat. We make our apparel battery with a 5200 mAh capacity, which delivers performance equal to the market-leading 10,000mAh @3.7V with higher efficiency and power output up to 7.4V. The apparel battery is certified to provide up to 10 working hours.
When we designed the heated gloves and mittens, it was challenging work to construct the battery in a small enough size that could fit in the tiny pocket on the glove or mitten, while still maintaining optimum comfort. The glove battery’s measurements are 2.6 x 1.6 x 0.6 (inch), designed like that so when you move your hands within the heated gloves, you won’t feel the weight of the battery. The battery’s capacity is at 1800mAh at 7.4V, which provides a satisfying 7 working hours of heat.
From that experience we gleaned making smaller batteries, we developed the socks battery in a long-column shape that could be neatly placed along your calf. The socks’ 3350 mAh batteries have an output of 3.63V, generating toasty warmth to your feet for a whole workday.
DC Output: 7.4V / 2.5A
Working Hours: 3 hrs on high, 6 hrs on medium, 10 hrs on low
Weight: 8.47 oz
Dimensions: 3.74” x 3.34” x 0.98 “
DC Output: 7.4V / 2.2A
Working Hours: 3 hrs on high, 5 hrs on medium, 7 hrs on low
Weight: 2.4 oz
Dimensions:2.6” x 1.6” x 0.6”
Capacity: 3350 mAh
DC Output: 3.0V-4.2V / 0.5A
Working Hours: 5 hrs on high, 7 hrs on medium, 10 hrs on low
Weight: 2.2 oz
Dimensions: 2.8” x 1.5” x 0.8”
Charging Your ORORO Battery
The battery will go dormant when it goes for long periods without use, so the capacity will be lower than normal. It is easy to activate and restore the capacity after a full charge.
Different batteries are made with different specifications. You should only use ORORO chargers to charge ORORO batteries to prevent damage to the battery and other potential risks.
The battery can be charged between 32 ℉ and 113 ℉. Don’t charge at extreme cold or hot temperatures, which would damage the capacity and the life span of the battery.
How can I tell if the battery is fully charged?
When the apparel battery is fully charged, the 4 orange LED lights turn solid.
When the gloves battery is fully charged, the LED light on the charger turns from red to green.
When the socks battery is fully charged, the 3 orange LED lights turn solid.
Storing Your ORORO Battery
Don’t keep the battery fully charged if you plan to store it for a long time. It is recommended to store the battery when it’s at a lower power level with 2 lights on.
To better maintain the performance, it is better to charge the battery every 6 months.
Store the battery where the temperature is 77±2℉.
Store the battery pack where the relative humidity is 60±15% RH.
ORORO Battery Troubleshooting Guide
If the problem cannot be resolved, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or if possible, please send us a short video clip for our better understanding of the issue. Our warranty claim team will message you back as soon as possible and assist you with the warranty claim.