Insert the Axon Body 3 camera into Axon Body 3 Dock bay to upload videos and charge the camera’s battery.
DO NOT unplug the power supply from the Axon Dock while Axon devices are inserted in the bays.
A fully charged camera battery should provide enough power for approximately 12 hours of normal operation. Recharging a battery after a 12-hour use can take up to 5 hours if you are recharging your Axon Body 3 camera from Axon Body 3 Dock.
The Axon Body 3 Dock only functions as an Ethernet adapter, an unmanaged network switch, and charger. This allows your Axon Body 3 camera to be docked in any Axon Body 3 Dock, and still connect to your agency’s Axon Evidence.com account to upload video.
If the battery depletes significantly during use, the camera display will show LOW BATTERY and the camera emits 4 quick tones and 4 short vibrations. This message indicates that approximately 20 percent of the battery capacity remains. The message is repeated after every 5 percent decrease in battery capacity.
Always recharge a depleted battery as soon as reasonably possible using an Axon Dock.
Wet Axon Body 3 Cameras
Do not charge your Axon Body 3 camera while the USB C connector on the camera or Dock is wet.
If the USB C connector is wet, use a paper towel or absorbent cloth to blot the connector and then allow the connector to fully dry.
If a camera is charging when it gets wet, remove the camera from the charging source (dock or USB cable), use a paper towel or absorbent cloth to blot the connector, and then allow the connector to fully dry.
The USB C connector must be fully dry before placing the camera in a dock or connecting a USB C cable.
Camera Internal Clock
Axon Body 3 cameras should be regularly placed in an Axon Dock or connected to Axon View XL Standalone Mode to update the camera’s internal clock.