No, it won't overcharge it, but it will not have the sensitivity to give it the best charge, that is in the strictest sense, it is overcharging a little; did you go to the www.iotaengineering.com
site? read about the IQ Smart charger there.
That will answer your questions better than my fumbling around.
Oh, and Cat320, I agree with you.
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