Battery Type and Lifespan
The transmitter in a wireless switch is powered by a CR2032 button cell lithium battery. Batteries of this type last 7-10 years. The LED status indicator on GSW and PDKW switches will flash when battery life is less than 10%.
When the battery is expired, the switch will no longer function. Cold temperatures diminish battery life. Using the dimmer function on the switch uses more battery power than on-off operations.
Replacing the battery in a Levven Controls / GoConex Wireless Switch
Review the Replacing the Battery in a Levven Switch video (1:12).
- Open the switch rocker by prying down from the top of the switch. If you have difficulty, try using a wooden toothpick to pry the rocker off of the switch base. Do not use a metal tool to remove the rocker, as you could slip and damage the circuit board inside.
- Slip the old battery out of the contact housing and insert the new battery.
- Snap the switch rocker back onto the switch base. Make sure you match the silicone pads on the back of the rocker with the top and bottom contacts on the switch’s circuit board.