Jim Wallace wrote:The PrimeTest 300 and 350 have an onboard real time clock. This has its own independent power source - a lithium button cell - so that the time and date are not lost when the main batteries are discharged or removed from the unit.
Jim Wallace wrote:Hi Alan
It is true for all Seaward testers with memory and indeed all PAT testers with memory/time date function. The batteries last for many years means that and I cant think of any products that have user access to the real time clock battery.
For the battery to become a user serviceable part the enclosure would need to be modified to allow access - a change to the injection mould tooling and not a simple modification. Having said all that, I will bear your comment/suggestion in mind - definitely food for thought.
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