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azoth questions

lowkey93
Level 8

just got azoth today and I love it.

here's couple questions

 

1. how do I see battery being indicated as a number on its oled screen rather than guage looking bar?

 

2. when using wireless mode will it go to sleep mode or automatically shut off when not using it for certain amount of time? or is it always on? what is the default time it takes to go into sleep mode without installing software?

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I always have the dongle plugged into my desktop, and when I shut down or sleep my computer the keyboard automatically goes into sleep mode. It's effectively off until you press a key on the keyboard. I've been on a business trip that lasted for a couple weeks with the keyboard in sleep mode and when I came back the battery barely drained at all.

Generally for anything with lithium batteries, there are battery-protection systems in place, so no need to worry about keeping the keyboard plugged in. That said, the Azoth has really good wireless, so might as well use it and keep the desk a bit cleaner most of the time! 🙂

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world
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Hey Lowkey,

Glad you're liking the Azoth!

Unfortunately, I don't think there's a way to show the battery status as a number right now.

When in wireless mode, there's an automatic sleep mode by default. (It's showing as 3 minutes for me) If you have Armoury Crate though, you can set it to never switch to sleep mode automatically.

Thank you so much for quick and solid response! If I were to shut off my computer while dongle is still plugged in does this mean keyboard is completely shut off? (keyboard is in wireless 2.4 mode) and if keyboard is at 100% is it bad idea for me to keep charging it? I mean if my intention is use it as wired I'd have to keep my usb c cable anyway so I'm curious. thks again for ur answer I love azoth it's very solid keyboard.

I always have the dongle plugged into my desktop, and when I shut down or sleep my computer the keyboard automatically goes into sleep mode. It's effectively off until you press a key on the keyboard. I've been on a business trip that lasted for a couple weeks with the keyboard in sleep mode and when I came back the battery barely drained at all.

Generally for anything with lithium batteries, there are battery-protection systems in place, so no need to worry about keeping the keyboard plugged in. That said, the Azoth has really good wireless, so might as well use it and keep the desk a bit cleaner most of the time! 🙂

Thank you!!!!