What do the LEDs indicate?

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Netanel Goldberg

The Air unit has three LEDs:

  • Power On/Off (white),
  • Network status (white) and
  • Video status (white).

The Ground unit has three LEDs:

  • Power On/Off (white),
  • Video status (white) and
  • Network link quality (Blue-Greed-Red).

 

Air Unit LEDs

The Air unit LEDs are explained below.

Air unit Power LED:

  • Off = No power
  • Solid (white) = Power up 
  • Fast blinking = System error (may require firmware upgrade)

Air unit Network LED:

  • Off = Not broadcasting (if there are no registered Ground units)
  • Very slow blinking = Searching for vacant frequency 
  • Slow blinking = Establishing link (between 15 to 75 seconds, depending on region)
  • Solid (white) = Link is up
  • Fast blinking = During registration or if the Air Unit is going out of range

Air unit Video LED:

  • Off = Powered down, or, Video not locked
  • Blinking = Unsupported video resolution
  • Solid (white) = Air unit locked on video input

Ground Unit LEDs

The Ground unit LEDs are explained below.

Ground unit Power LED:

  • Off = No power
  • Solid (white) = The Ground unit is powered on and the unit’s ON/OFF switch is on
  • Fast blinking = System error (may require firmware upgrade)

Ground unit Network LED:

  • Off = The Ground unit has no Air unit registered with it
  • Slow blinking (blue) = The Ground unit is searching for an Air unit to establish a link (Expect to establish link within 15 to 75 seconds, depending on region)
  • Solid (blue) = Good link quality
  • Solid (green) = Moderate link quality
  • Solid (red) = Poor link quality
  • Fast blinking =

Option #1: Registration in process. The Ground unit is registering with an Air unit.
Option #2: The Air unit has gone out of range

Ground unit Video LED:

  • Off = No video output
    Option #1: The Ground unit is off
    Option #2: The Air unit it is out of range
  • Solid (white) = Video output is valid

For more detailed information please download the CONNEX User's Guide from here.

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