These Vocolinc sensors work well for about 2-3 months at best. When the battery is low, do not send a notification; instead, their status changes to "triggered" and they stay that way until I change the battery. It is not really real when used as an alarm system !. When this happens, I just need to change the battery and everything is back to normal (for another 2-3 months - I know because I write down every time the battery is replaced for my 6 devices). Is this happening to anyone? Is there a way to receive a "low battery" notification - before the device is "triggered"? Not even the wonderful Eve app reveals the battery properties of those VS1s. Any idea?
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