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Hamilton C1 Ventilator 10.8V 46Wh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery REF 369108

Hamilton C1 Ventilator 10.8V 46Wh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery REF 369108

  • Hamilton C1 Ventilator 10.8V 46Wh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery REF 369108
  • Hamilton C1 Ventilator 10.8V 46Wh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery REF 369108
  • Hamilton C1 Ventilator 10.8V 46Wh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery REF 369108
  • Hamilton C1 Ventilator 10.8V 46Wh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery REF 369108
Hamilton C1 Ventilator 10.8V 46Wh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery REF 369108
Product Details:
Brand Name: Hamilton
Model Number: 369108
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Minimum Order Quantity: 1pcs
Packaging Details: Carton
Delivery Time: 3-5 working days
Payment Terms: T/T(wire transfer), Western Union, Paypal
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Detailed Product Description
Product Name: Hamilton C1 Ventilator 10.8V 46Wh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery REF 369108 Brand: Hamilton
Condition: New And Original Part No: 369108
Suitable For: C1 Ventilator Voltage: 10.8V
Capacitance: 46 Wh Technology: Lithium Ion
Warranty: 90 Days MOQ: One Piece
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46Wh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery

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Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery 10.8V

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REF 369108 Lithium Ion Battery

Hamilton C1 Ventilator 10.8V 46Wh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery REF 369108

 

The mandatory backup battery protects the ventilator from low power consumption or power outages.

In the event of a power failure, the ventilator automatically switches to battery backup mode without interrupting the ventilation. An alarm will sound to indicate the change. Disable alarms to acknowledge notifications of power system changes and reset alarms.

If the battery is completely discharged, the buzzer will sound continuously for at least two minutes.

The battery charges when the fan is connected to AC power, regardless of whether the fan is on or off. The battery indicator on the device indicates the charge status of the battery.

The battery and power icons in the lower right corner of the screen show the energy consumed. The box around the power icon shows the current fan power.

 

Battery/power state

Power icon on display Battery status
Hamilton C1 Ventilator 10.8V 46Wh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery REF 369108 0 Device is plugged into primary power and the battery is charging.
Hamilton C1 Ventilator 10.8V 46Wh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery REF 369108 1 Device is running on battery power.
Hamilton C1 Ventilator 10.8V 46Wh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery REF 369108 2 Battery is fully charged.
Hamilton C1 Ventilator 10.8V 46Wh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery REF 369108 3 Battery is partially charged
Hamilton C1 Ventilator 10.8V 46Wh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery REF 369108 4 Battery has less than 10% charge left.
Hamilton C1 Ventilator 10.8V 46Wh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery REF 369108 5 Battery is either defective or not installed.

Battery status indicator on ventilator, overview

 

Indicator on ventilator Battery status
Hamilton C1 Ventilator 10.8V 46Wh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery REF 369108 6 Solid green:The indicated battery (1 shown) is fully charged and the device is connected to AC power, even though the fan is off.
Hamilton C1 Ventilator 10.8V 46Wh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery REF 369108 7 Flashing green:A blink means the device is connected to AC power and the indicated battery is charging, even if the fan is off.
Hamilton C1 Ventilator 10.8V 46Wh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery REF 369108 8 Not Lit :dimmed to indicate that the specified battery is not charged (the device is running on battery power and is not connected to AC power, or the battery has overheated).

 

If the battery is not fully charged, connect the fan to AC power to charge

 

Hamilton C1 Ventilator 10.8V 46Wh Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery REF 369108 9

Troubleshooting alarms

 

Alarm Definition Action needed
Battery 1: Calibration required Low priority. You need to adjust the battery. You can still use the battery For continuous ventilation, replace the battery with a battery of appropriate power
Battery 1: Defective high priority. The battery is defective. If another power supply is connected, continue venting.

• Replacement element.

• Provides alternative ventilation.

• If the problem persists, repair the fan.

Battery 1: Replacement required Low priority. The battery is out of capacity and needs to be replaced immediately.

• Connect the fan to alternating current (AC).

• Replacement element.

• If there is no alternative, provide alternative ventilation until the problem is resolved.

• If the problem persists, repair the fan.

Battery 1: Temperature high high priority. The battery temperature is higher than expected.

• Keep the fan away from direct sunlight and other heat sources.

• Replacement element.

• Provide alternative ventilation until the problem is resolved.

• If the problem persists, repair the fan.

Battery 1: Wrong battery Low priority. The battery used is not suitable for this ventilator.

• Replacement element.

• Connect the fan to alternating current (AC).

• Provide alternative ventilation until the problem is resolved.

Battery communication error high priority. There is no battery data. Ventilation will continue.

• Make sure the battery and battery connector are installed correctly.

• Make sure the battery pack is closed properly.

• If the problem persists, replace the battery.

• If the problem persists, repair the fan.

Battery low

Low battery warnings have different priorities depending on the age and condition of the battery. Notification priority is set to:

as following

high priority The ventilator is running on a very low battery. 5 minutes left

If a low priority low battery warning occurs while the ventilator is running. The remaining working time may be less than 5 minutes.

medium priority The fan runs when the battery is low.

low priority The ventilator is running on line voltage and its battery is low.

• Connect the ventilator to the main power supply.

• Install a rechargeable battery.

• Provide additional ventilation if necessary.

Battery power loss High priority. No battery is present.

• Connect the ventilator to primary power (AC).

• Insert a battery.

Battery totally discharged High priority. The battery charge level is below 5%. The ventilator switches to the Ambient state

• Connect the ventilator to primary power (AC). Connecting to primary power also charges the battery.

• Immediately provide alternative ventilation until the issue is resolved.

 

• If the problem still persists, have the ventilator serviced.

 

 

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