What do the LEDs on the X2 indicate?
The X2 contains two sets of (4) LEDs, which give insight into the operation of the data logger and Wi-Fi module, respectively. There is additionally a green LED for each magnet port that gives feedback that the magnet input is being triggered. Note that all LED operation is suspended in sleep mode. A magnet can be used to wake the unit up and display the current status.
Data Logger Status LEDs
The data logger LEDs function as follows:
|LED Color||1 second interval||3 second interval||5 second interval||3 quick blinks every 5 seconds||Solid|
|Green||Primary power heartbeat||Secondary power heartbeat||Backup power heartbeat||n/a||n/a|
|Blue||n/a||n/a||Weak/No cell signal||Strong cell signal||WQDataLIVE integration successful1|
|Yellow||n/a||n/a||Data acquisition in progress||n/a||Sensor calibration in progress|
|Red||Significant system error2||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a|
1WQData LIVE integration is automatically done after sensor detection is complete
2 System errors can result from internal sensors detecting high current, humidity, or pressure. These errors can be indicative of a leak or other major problem with the system that requires attention.
Wi-Fi Status LEDs
The Wi-Fi status LEDs are primarily used to determine whether the device is readily configured as an access point (Blue LED), or is connected to a configured network (Yellow LED).
The Wi-Fi LEDs function as follows:
|LED Color||2 second interval||5 second interval||Solid|
|Green||Wi-Fi module power heartbeat||n/a||Embedded web communication in progress|
|Blue||Waiting for direct connection||Directly connected to device||n/a|
|Yellow||Searching for network1||Connected to network||n/a|
|Red||Fatal system error||n/a||n/a|
1If a Wi-Fi network has been setup on the device and is available, the X2 will automatically connect to the configured network after 30 seconds without a direct connection being established