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Re: [IP] batteries-just curious!



Usually I throw a set of batteries into my purse and just change 'em. but
you'd have time to stay out in my experiance.  I find my batteries can last
up to three months. the electronics bat. going first as it is 24/7 and the
motor bat. will be just slightly behind it as it's every three minutes.
Jenny Sutherland

----- Original Message -----
From: "Amy Martin" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Friday, October 27, 2000 3:53 AM
Subject: [IP] batteries-just curious!


> Yippee, One month tomorrow on this new pump:-) And my
> 2 backups are still just sitting there. And no phone
> calls to MiniMed (well now it'd be Disetronic, but
> none to them either!).
>  Anyhow, on all 4 of the MiniMed's I had, I got
> between 3 and 4 weeks on batteries before weird things
> happened. Ironically, NOTHING weird has happened on my
> pump now (the D). I heard the motor
> battery/electronic, should last like 2 months..do most
> Disetronic users here agree with that? And when the
> alarm goes on the Disetronic, (first off how annyoing
> is it?!?) but more importantly, is it like the MiniMed
> alarm meaning your batteries still have 10% battery
> life left..so like if you're out you can stay out...?
>  Thanks!
>  Amy
>
>
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