Ultra 2, Plus 2, Talk 2, Transit 2, CO2, Aquatic 2 and Splash 2
USB connection data loggers do not have a low battery warning
on the logger.
Explorer will display a low battery warning if an attempt to
start a data logger with a low battery is made. If the battery is
very low, the software will prevent the user from starting the
logger so that data is not lost.
The battery status of a data logger can be checked at any time
by performing a Current Reading in Tinytag
Explorer. Simply click on the Current Readings icon in
Tinytag Explorer to display battery status information.
Please note: A red LED on the logger, if
present, is not a low battery indicator.
View 2 and Hand-Held data loggers
In addition to the low battery warning in Tinytag Explorer (as
described above), Tinytag
View 2 and Tinytag
Hand-Held data loggers have a low battery
indication on the left-hand side of their
An indicator will appear next to the battery symbol on the
logger's front label when the battery starts to get low.
Battery status for Tinytag View 2 and Tinytag Hand-Held data
loggers can also be viewed at any time by performing a
Current Reading in Tinytag
Explorer, as described above.