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I got a low battery alarm. What do I have to do?

Don't panic

Your battery is probably fine for now.

Clever Logger battery alarms are triggered 12 months after the logger is first started or after the battery is changed and don’t necessarily mean your battery is running out.

But, since we don’t want take a chance that the battery will run out, once the battery has been running for 12 months, we will remind you every day until you fix the issue.

Choose from these options


Buy a battery
from a store

CR2450 batteries are available in many major supermarkets, pharmacies and hardware stores. 

We strongly recommend you buy a recognised brand.


$15.00 inc postage

Contains a high quality battery, replacement logger label, screwdriver and instruction card.

Swap your old logger for a brand new one

FROM $99

Get a brand new logger at a healthy discount. Swap it out with just a few clicks.

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Join our Logger
Replacement Program

FROM $99 /year

Want to really take the stress out of your temperature logging? Join our Replacement Program and we will automatically send you a new logger every year.


You're going to love Clever Logger

To prove it, we’ll send you a Starter Kit to try out for a whole month.

Set it up, have a play, explore the features – obligation free.

If you love it, just let us know.

If not, just send it back.

What is NATA?

The National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA) is the recognised national accreditation authority for analytical laboratories and testing service providers in Australia. It is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that provides independent assurance of technical competence. 

NATA accredits organisations to perform testing and inspection activities for their products and services. This gives consumers the assurance they need to make safe, healthy and reliable choices .

Location Views

In the top right corner of the Location page, you will find the View chooser.

There are three options: Simple, Detailed and Gauge.


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