Cadex Provides System Reliability
Diminishing batteries are one of the leading causes of portable scanner failure. Countless dollars are lost annually to battery-related costs. An effective battery maintenance program will save you time and money.
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The Cadex C7400 is the most versatile of the C7000 Series battery analyzers. Four amps per station, service of 1.2 to 16 volt batteries and 80 watts of charge power satisfies most service requirements.
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The Cadex C7000 Series of battery analyzers service lithium, nickel, and lead acid batteries on the same device with a simple change of adapter. Simply slide the battery into one of the many custom Battery Adapters or choose from one of 4 Universal Adapters and discover why the C7000 Series Battery Analyzers have become the world’s leading battery analyzers.
With features such as Boost to awaken sleeping Li-ion batteries and custom programs to prepare Li-ion for shipment, the C7000 analyzers masters battery testing to its fullest. Use the analyzer to measure capacity, spot check spare capacity after a long day and apply calibration to improve fuel gauge readings.
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Battery Maintenance for Portable Scanners
Battery maintenance is inexpensive to implement and contributes significantly to system reliability and your bottom line.
How much downtime can you afford?
Diminishing batteries are one of the leading causes of portable scanner failure. Countless dollars are lost annually to battery-related hard and soft costs.
The need to replace batteries or recharge a device during an employee’s work-shift results in substantial incremental costs to a company. For example, if an employee changes batteries twice in a shift, a loss of 20 minutes per day can equal thousands of dollars per year in lost productivity.
Adequate power is essential in order to ensure maximum equipment performance and reliability. Simply put, downtime should not be an option.
Do you have batteries that:
- Have been in use for over 18 months?
- Do not last for a full 8-hour shift?
- No longer hold a full charge?
Ensure maximum battery performance
To ensure they will last a full shift, batteries for portable scanning devices should be replaced when the capacity drops to between 60% and 70%. Cadex analyzers assist in determining when batteries have low capacity so they can be removed from the fleet. Bad batteries often charge faster and will not last long despite indicating a “ready” state green light indication from the charger.
“The need to replace batteries or recharge a device during an employees work-shift results in recognizable lost productivity and incremental cost.”- Honeywell Report, “How Mobile Computer Power Management Impacts Operators’ Hard and Soft Costs”
- Strategically place batteries and battery chargers to enhance workflow
- Use battery analyzers as a part of your daily routine to determine recharge rates
- Retire batteries when they can no longer last a work shift
- Save money by labeling batteries to track when they need to be replaced