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Battery Recommendations And Safety Precautions - Honeywell DOLPHIN CT50 User Manual

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Chapter 1 — About the Computer Features

Battery Recommendations and Safety Precautions

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Dolphin CT50 Mobile Computer with Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise User Guide
Battery Conservation Tips (continued)
When You Want to:
Stop using the
computer for 5 minutes
or more.
Store the computer for
more than a day.
Store the battery
outside of the
computer.
Charge the battery before use. Battery ships with a partial charge
only.
See
"Charge the Battery" on page 6
methods. Use of this battery in other devices could result in damage
to the device or battery.
The temperature range for charging this battery is 0 °C to 45 °C
(32 °F to 113 °F). Do not charge this battery outside of this range. For
maximum battery life, charge at 23 °C (73 °F).
Do not store the battery at temperatures above 60 °C (140 °F), such
as inside a car on a hot day or in direct sunlight. Storage above 60 °C
(140 °F) may damage the battery.
Avoid dropping the battery or computer. If you suspect that the
battery or computer is damaged, send it to a Honeywell service
center for inspection.
Do this to Save Battery Power:
Make sure that the low battery status icon is not
on the screen and that the battery status LED
is not on. Press the Power button to suspend
the computer.
• If you are storing the computer for a few
days (such as over the weekend), install a
charged battery or connect the computer to
a power source.
• If you are storing the computer for a longer
period of time, remove and charge the
battery. When the battery is done charging,
store both the battery and the computer is a
cool location.
• If you store the battery for several months,
recharge the battery periodically to keep it at
peak performance.
Store the batteries in a charger.
for approved charging

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