Batteries Depleting Rapidly
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Anyone seeing their devices chewing though batteries at a quicker rate? Seems when the contact sensor dropping off problem started I noticed batteries going dead in several devices also. One of them was the keypad in the kitchen. So these batteries are only a week or two old and I got this, this AM “Your Keypad - Kitchen's battery level at Home is low. Change your batteries as soon as possible.” I looked yesterday and the battery was 60% which was surprising since I just replaced the batteries and now it’s dead? I have several other devices that report below 50% that I don’t think should be.

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I would write it off to that if it weren’t some devices that I replaced the batteries less than two weeks ago, are “dying” again. On the same note, I had a glass break say low also and it has been sitting at 1% for over two months now. Maybe something is off with the algorithm for battery levels. 🤷‍♂️

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Several of my motion sensors seem to be depleting rapidly. I've also had that start happening with one of my CT101 thermostats that I use for crawl space humidity sensors. It is going through a set of batteries almost every month. They seem to have very limited range though, and I wonder if being on the edge of the signal works the batteries more.

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Well, I replaced my keypad batteries with brand new ones from Lowes, energizers, on March 31st and guess what. Low battery notification again! I’m done with this. It is chewing a set of batteries every 15-20 days. Anyone else have a V2 chewing batteries?
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