Packmaster Lo-Pro Overview:
The Packmaster Lo-Pro II needs to be charged for 5 hours using the mains power supply icon to allow for a full charge. The battery icon on the screen should show 5 bars.
When fully charged the Packmaster Lo-Pro II should power up for 1200 position reports, approximately 10 days at a 10 minute reporting frequency.
It is recommended that the Packmaster Lo-Pro II unit is tested every month to ensure that it is getting a steady Iridium and GPS fix.
When testing satellite units there must be a clear line of sight to the sky at all times. If there is no fix available after 15 minutes of testing, this would indicate that the unit has a fault.
If you are having issues with your Packmaster Lo-Pro II we recommend checking the following:
- Is the antenna securely attached to the unit?
- Does the Packmaster Lo-Pro II have a clear line of sight to the sky?
- Has the Packmaster Lo-Pro II had a full 5 hours of charging?
- Does the Packmaster Lo-Pro II have Iridium and GPS connection? This is indicated in the top left of the screen.