If your SnuzaŽ Hero or Go! has an SE on the label, use only CR2
batteries. If it does not say SE on the label of your monitor, use only
the SnuzaŽ CR14250 3.0v battery. If you have the HERO or GO with the
letters SE next to the word HERO or GO on the product label, you need
one of the following batteries:
- Snuza CR2 Battery (3-Volt)
- Energizer EL1CRBP-2 (3-Volt)
If you have the HERO without the letters SE next to the word HERO on
the product label, you need one of the following batteries:
- Snuza CR14250 Battery (3-Volt)
- SAFT LS14250 Battery (3-Volt)
We have tested the SAFT LS, and will work also as a substitute.
Batteries have three parts, an anode (-), a cathode (+), and the
electrolyte. The cathode and anode (the positive and negative sides at
either end of a traditional battery) are hooked up to an electrical
circuit. The chemical reactions in the battery causes a build-up of
electrons at the anode. If the SAFT battery has been sitting on the
shelf for a while, the chemical reactions become dormant, and there are
no electrons being built up for the battery to work efficiently, which
means that initially it will indicate that the battery is low. All you
do then is switch it on and off a few times (5 to 10) which should
reverse the dormant state, and help with the build-up of electrons. The
device should then work fine.
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