The Tinytag Connect system uses a Windows service called the
Master Gateway to manage the collection of data from radio and LAN
data loggers and to present this data across a network for viewing
in Tinytag Explorer.
A Radio data logger's battery voltage is checked once every two
hours. After a battery replacement, the low battery warning shown
in Tinytag Explorer will only disappear after the battery voltage
has been checked again.
If your new Tinytag Radio or LAN data logger is listed under
"Problem" in Tinytag Explorer Connect, you will need to upgrade
your software to the latest version. A link to upgrade your
software can be found in this article.