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To charge your Apple Watch: Plug the Apple Magnetic Charging Cable, Apple Watch Magnetic Charging Case, or Apple Watch Magnetic Charging Dock into its USB power adapter. Plug the adapter into a power outlet. You can also plug the charging cable into a USB port.13 Sep 2016
Hi Patrick, A rechargeable battery will eventually fail to accept a charge - just like your car battery. The number of recharges a battery will be able to accept is dependent on a number of things, such as: temperature, if it is run to almost nothing before recharging (or if it is recharged after only being discharged slightly), how much of a load is on the battery and how fast (high amperage) or slow (low amperage) the battery is recharged. Generally, cooler temperatures are better for batteries, as is using the battery almost completely before recharging rather than topping off after minimal usage, small loads are better (you don't have a choice in your GPS watch tho) and a slow or "trickle" charge is better than a fast, high current charge (you may not have a choice on this either). A few hundred discharge / recharge cycles is not uncommon - significantly less if the battery isn't cycled properly or used in harsh conditions. I hope this helps!
Wow, I haven't used my SPOT watch in years--but I found it!
The charging base for my Abacus AU4000 uses an adapter rated at 12 volts, .11 amps, center positive. I believe that all the charging cradles for the Abacus Wrist Net series watches were the same--the different model numbers referred to different case and band options.
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you need to change your main control battiery.
the main control panel takes a 12 volt 7 amphour or a 12 volt 4.5 amphour battery. the larget the amphour the longer the system will last when the power is out. available at fry's radio shack or on line. ps: if the key shows a zone number with the bat, that means you have a wireless sensor low battiery.