What is the difference between Low Power Mode and High Power Mode on my Avive Connect AED?

Low Power Mode or High Power Mode is a setting you can customize on your Avive Connect AED to tailor your devices's connectivity performance depending on your desired use. 

Low Power Mode is designed to help you conserve the screen and connectivity battery on your Avive Connect AED. In Low Power Mode, Nearby Emergency Alerts and other functionalities will only be available when the device is connected to a charger. 

High Power Mode is intended to help you receive faster Nearby Emergency Alerts if you live in a 4 Minute City or PAD+ community. High Power Mode optimizes the performance of your device's connectivity features, such as Nearby Emergency Alerts. 

Important Note: Low Power and High Power Mode only refer to the settings for your screen and connectivity battery. They have no impact on your device's ability to administer treatment. Your lifesaving AED battery will still last 8.5 months regardless of your Power Mode configuration.

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