Last updated: March 2021
- Halo Collar
The Halo Collar is built with all-day battery life and should be removed at night to avoid irritation. The Halo Collar should be charged at night while it has been removed, so you can start the next day with a full charge.
Daily battery life can vary from 10-14 hours based on a variety of factors, including making sure your firmware is up-to-date (version 0.2.9) and how much time you're spending in the Halo App.
Tip: The more time you spend in the app, the more often the collar sends data to your phone - which uses more battery. If you're looking to optimize your daily battery life, only have the app open when you are actively setting up a fence or tracking your pup.
If you are looking for information on the collar's battery lifetime, please see the article "What is the battery lifetime of the Halo Collar?"