Home Medical Alarm Battery Life?

Transmitters and Battery Life

The pendant and watch style transmitters contain lithium batteries. Lithium batteries lose about 1% to 2% of their power per year.  This means that after 10 years they should have 80% of their initial power minus any discharge due to normal use. In other words, it’s going to last a long time.  Probably much longer than you will have a need for your home medical alarm.

HOW DO I KNOW WHEN THE BATTERY IS LOW?
Each transmitter sends a battery status each time it is activated to the receiver. The console knows when the battery is low and will alert the user of the low battery.
If you are ever in doubt that your home medical alarm form MedFirst Alert is not working, simply call us toll free at 1-800-595-0718 and we’ll take care of the rest.  Your safety and security is our number one job.

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