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Battery Usage


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Anyone else finding batteries are not lasting in devices. I have a second setup on another controller and the batteries have no issues.

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Anyone else finding batteries are not lasting in devices. I have a second setup on another controller and the batteries have no issues.

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This is the exact issue I typed about in the last post where I mentioned the moving around of the HC2 device while configuring your battery devices.

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I had the issue with 3 wall controllers. When I removed the 3 wall controllers and configured them properly while being in a sweet spot where they had proper communication with the HC2, the issue wasn't there.

I now have my wall controllers working perfectly and not draining battery. I take it, it'll be the same with the other battery powered devices.

Jelle

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