LED Status Indication
There are three LEDs on the outside of an enDAQ sensor that are used to communicate battery level and operating state.
*Note Slam Stick is now enDAQ
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When Connected to Power
When the device is plugged into power the LEDs will initially go through a quick sequence of red and green, then blue, then red and green, alternating green and red, a blue flash, and finally, a solid LED state should appear. This LED display will indicate the battery level. This is also achieved during a battery status check which is achieved by holding down the button for 5 seconds until the LED turns off.
When unplugging from power, the LEDs will perform a sequence as well that alternates quickly between green, red, and blue. This is normal before turning off.
When the device is in operation (remember the button needs to be pressed to initiate this sequence) the LEDs will be used to communicate trigger vs recording mode and it also will communicate the batter level.
When initially connected to power the device will perform a self-check test. If something fails, the red LED will methodically and slowly blink. This is an indicator that something is wrong and the unit may be permanently damaged. For more information, visit the error codes article.