This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Javier Zurera on 2019-07-17
I would like to know when a wireless sensor (NBWS100H or NBWS100T) will stop working because of low battery.
I have seen in the preconfigured treshold that the minimun is 2.2 V. Below 2.2V, would the sensor stop working?
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This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Brian Ellwood on 2019-07-24
We replace our batteries at 2.5V. If the pre-configured threshold is 2.2V then presumably you'll start losing reliability at or below that value depending on environmental factors that impede with the devices ability to communicate. You may also see sensors go into battery saving mode.
Given how cheap the cells are, you should plan to replace cells before the minimum voltage threshold to ensure reliability.
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