Checking battery status

It is easy to ensure recording is not interrupted, by checking the logger's battery status.

To ensure continuity of recording, most recent data logger models - Talk 2, Ultra 2, Plus 2, View 2, Aquatic 2 and Splash 2 - have a feature in the Tinytag Explorer software to warn when the battery in the unit is getting flat.

When data loggers are started in Tinytag Explorer, the software checks the unit's battery status and advises if it needs replacing. If the battery is very low, the software will prevent the user starting the unit so that data is not lost.

Remember, you can check the battery status of a data logger at any time simply by performing a current reading in Tinytag Explorer.

With typical use, all data loggers will have a battery life of at least one year. Many logger batteries will last two to three years.

(There is no low battery warning on a data logger itself, the red LED most units are fitted with is part of the logger's alarm feature.)

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