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BioNomadix Transmitter Battery Level

BioNomadix Transmitter battery life is indicated on the transmitter via the color sequence of LED flashes (blinks) by Status.Battery Charge Status for BioNomadix Transmitters

LED Color Pattern  |  Charge %

green green green green  |  75% – 100%

yellow green green green  |  50% – 75%

yellow yellow green green  |  25% – 50%

yellow yellow yellow green  |  5% – 25%

yellow yellow yellow yellow  | < 5%

IMPORTANT: If the transmitter is to be stored for prolonged periods, it is strongly recommended that the battery be fully charged and the transmitter turned off prior to storage. Failure to do so may result in permanent damage to the battery.

 

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