This maintenance guide provides essential instructions to ensure the optimal performance and longevity of your Asset Tag. Regular maintenance is crucial to guarantee the device operates efficiently and continues to provide reliable data.
Our Asset Tags are designed for robust and reliable operation in various environments. To maintain this reliability, please follow the guidelines detailed below.
1. Inspection Schedule:
Daily: Check for any visible damage or debris on the tag. Ensure the tag is securely attached to the asset.
Monthly: Perform a comprehensive inspection of the tag for signs of wear and tear, battery status, and environmental damage (corrosion, water damage, etc.).
2. Cleaning the Tag:
Frequency: Clean the tag monthly or as needed if the tag is exposed to dirt, dust, or substances that could interfere with its functionality.
Procedure: Use a soft, dry cloth to gently wipe the tag's surface. For more stubborn dirt or grease, use a cloth slightly dampened with water or a mild cleaning solution. Avoid using harsh chemicals or solvents that can damage the tag's components.
3. Battery Management:
Checking Battery Level: The battery level can be monitored through the iottag software platform. You will receive notifications when the battery level is low.
Replacing the Battery: Depending on your Asset Tag model, the battery may be replaceable or non-replaceable:
Replaceable Battery Models: Follow the instructions provided in the user manual to replace the battery. Use only the recommended battery type to avoid damage.
Non-replaceable Battery Models: If the battery is non-replaceable and reaches the end of its life, contact iottag for recycling information and options for tag replacement.
4. Firmware Updates:
Checking for Updates: Regularly check for firmware updates through the iottag app or software platform. Firmware updates contain important improvements and bug fixes.
Updating Firmware: Follow the instructions on the iottag software platform to update the tag's firmware. Ensure the tag remains within Bluetooth range of your device during the update process.
5. Environmental Protection:
Water and Dust: Although our Asset Tags are designed to be robust, always check the specific IP rating (Ingress Protection) of your model and avoid exposing the tag to conditions beyond its rating.
Temperature: Avoid exposing the tag to extreme temperatures that are outside the operating temperature range specified by iottag.
If the tag is not in use, store it in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Ensure that the storage conditions are within the recommended temperature and humidity levels to prevent battery depletion or damage.
7. Disposal and Recycling:
Follow local regulations and guidelines for the disposal of electronic devices. Our Asset Tags contain a battery and electronic component that should not be disposed of in regular trash. Contact iottag for recycling options.
For any maintenance issues that cannot be resolved with the above steps, or if you have any questions regarding the care of your Asset Tags, please contact iottag Support through the official website or email us at email@example.com