Does anyone else have this problem?
It seems battery status goes from 70% and then is not updated until it is 1% and then the alarm is chirping.
And even then smart things was showing 70% until the test button is pushed and then showed 1%.
This is a problem for me, because rather than providing me with advance notice so that I can plan on changing batteries, I get a call at work from a family member stating that something somewhere in the house is chirping.
It is harder to replace batteries remotely, I am at work, I cannot physically replace batteries when I am not home.
If I knew the night before I would have replaced the batteries then before a family member is calling me up at work after the battery is dead.