The transmitters are powered by long life lithium batteries which are maintenance free and not intended to be replaced. The battery manufacturer specifies the batteries lose only approximately 1-2% of their capacity per year of shelf life and even after 10 years, should have 80% of their original capacity.
In the typical application, the capacity of the battery allows for 50,000 to 100,000 operating seconds. This long term battery life saves many service calls and many times the cost of transmitters over the lifetime of the security system. For those who are concerned, the battery status is transmitted as part of the key code each time the transmitter is activated. Those receivers with non-polled supervision will give a low battery output if the transmitter battery is not within specifications.
On average the batteries in the Fall Detection Button normally last about 12 months. At that time we will send you out a new battery which are easily replaced.
GPS Mobile Trackers:
On average the batteries in the Fall Detection Button normally last about 48 months. At that time we will send you out a label to have us replace a new battery.Share