What does the "Battery critical" alarm mean?

Claes Updated by Claes

The "Battery critical" alarm indicates that the battery level of your feeder is at a critical level. This alarm serves as a warning that the battery is running very low and requires immediate attention.

When you receive the "Battery critical" alarm, it's important to take prompt action to prevent any disruptions in the functioning of your feeder. Here are the steps to address this alarm:

  1. Check the battery level: Verify the current battery level of your feeder. This can usually be done by checking the battery indicator on the feeder or through the associated mobile app or control panel.
  2. Replace or recharge the battery: If the battery level is critically low, it's necessary to either replace the battery with a fully charged one or recharge the existing battery. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for proper battery replacement or charging.
  3. Monitor battery health: After replacing or recharging the battery, it's important to monitor the battery health and ensure that it maintains a sufficient charge. Regularly check the battery level to ensure it doesn't reach a critical level again.
  4. Optimize battery usage: To extend the battery life of your feeder, consider implementing power-saving measures such as reducing the frequency of feeding cycles or adjusting the portion sizes. This can help conserve battery power and ensure longer operation between charges or battery replacements.
  5. Contact support if needed: If you continue to receive the "Battery critical" alarm or face any issues even though you've replaced the battery, it is recommended to contact Nordic Gamekeeper support. We can provide further guidance, troubleshoot the issue, and assist you in resolving any battery-related concerns.

By addressing the "Battery critical" alarm promptly and taking appropriate action, you can ensure that your feeder remains powered and operational, allowing for uninterrupted and reliable feeding for your desired purpose.

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