We have noticed that there is a sleep mode issue where the power is draining faster than expected when in sleep mode. We are working to have this addressed in an upcoming firmware update. Our apologies for the inconvenience!
Only had my T1 for 2 days. First day battery died after about 3 hr.
I gave it a full charge, then on second day was working and after 3-4 hour I picked up the T1 and it would not turn on. I thought the battery was dead again, but when I plugged it in to charge, the screens would not come on and say “charging”.
I checked the battery with a voltmeter, it is good at about 8 volts.
But T1 wil not power up.
I am in the beta firmware update that was released last week. I charged the T1 up after the update. I have not had to charge the T1 up since. The power off feature definitely made all the difference for me
Hate beating a dead horse but, having the same issues of a dead battery after 4 days unused. Also, how long should the unit be able to be used with a fully charged battery (hours)? I also noticed that when I look at the ROCK app after fully charging the T1, it only charge to 97%.
Hey Craig, the battery indicator is only accurate to about +/- 10% so that is normal. The battery should be able to be used for 12-15 hours of continuous use after charging. There is a bug in the power saving modes that is addressed in the updated firmware. If you would be interesting in testing it, there are more details on the thread here:
Im having the same problem i like the tool very much but im very frustrated that if i dont use it for a few days its dead and i have to recharge it and i have to use a regular tape should be a way to completely turn off the unit not just put it to sleep
I am having the same problem. Went to use the T1 on Saturday, battery was dead. Charged it to full, used it only for about 1/2 hour (was a small project). Went to take a measurement today and receive the message that the battery needed to be recharged. Please get this firmware finalized and pushed out so this is not just an expensive paperweight!