Is destroying the enclosure the only option to replace batteries?

Hello All, If i plan to implement ibeacons in a large space considering the ibeacon radiowaves which are absorbed more in a crowded vicinity. So increasing the transmit interval and the broadcasting power will drastically reduce the battery life to about 5-6 months. Therefore if you need to replace the batteries is destroying the enclosure with a xacto knife the only option for the beacons? Thanks.

Yes, you’ll need to cut the enclosure to pull the PCB out. Shoot us a message to, and we’ll send you our new enclosures, with a Y-shaped opening at the back. Then, you won’t need to cut them anymore to replace batteries, just peel off the tape from the back.


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