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Charging the Battery

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Plug in the USB charger (alternately a standard mini USB cable connected to any standard USB port on any laptop or desktop computer can also be used (cable not included). 4HE ,#$ DISPLAYS h#(!2'%v WHILE THE BATTERY LEVEL BARS WITHIN the battery icon flash. 7HEN CHARGING IS COMPLETE THE ,#$ THEN DISPLAYS h&5,,v

Note: If the battery has been severely discharged all remote functions are disabled for a short charge period. The battery status outline flashes AND #(!2'% IS DISPLAYED ON THE ,#$ /NCE THE BATTERY HAS ACCU- mulated enough charge for functionality, the LCD icons initialize with a beep sound, the battery status outline stops flashing and the remote BECOMES OPERATIONAL WHILE STILL DISPLAYING #(!2'%

Warning! The temperature range over which the battery can be charged is 0ºC TO 45ºC (32ºF TO 113ºF). Charging the battery at temperatures outside this range may cause severe damage to THE BATTERY OR REDUCE BATTERY LIFE EXPECTANCY

Low battery indicator

When the batteries are low on the 2-way remote it emits two groups of beeps, the battery icon flashes and low battery is indicated, the alarm then emits an additional chirp upon disarming of the alarm to let you know its time to change the battery. When the battery is low on the 1-way remote, the remote responds the same way audibly.

Note: 4HE !RM$ISARM CHIRPS SHOULD BE PROGRAMMED /. FOR THE alarm to emit any additional chirps during disarm. Ask your authorized dealer if you have any questions.

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