First off, let me say that I'm very new to circuits and how all of it works.. This is probably something really easy, but I just can't think of why this is happening.. I just got a new Cree XPL LED in and soldered it onto my LiPo battery + charger that I have. I have it all soldered to the charging board via the through-holes on the side and I have a small switch between the LED and the charging board.. It was working fine last night, and today I decided to charge the battery. I unplugged it from my computer and turned the light on, and for 2 seconds it lit up the whole freakin' room.. Then the brightness drops drastically (down to probably 1/10 of what it was before)..
It's been charging for a couple hours and still the "Charging" light is lit on the board.. Either way though the battery should have more juice in it that when I plugged it in, so I can't imagine it's an issue with the battery.. Could it just be pulling to much amperage through the charger and is just being regulated down to something manageable? I can't imagine that's the case since it was working fine last night..