The Valve Controller has 3 LEDs on the top, near its grey button. To view what each LED represents, please make sure you have removed the yellow sticker.
Power LED: The topmost LED is the power LED. It will be On when the device is plugged into an outlet or is running on battery backup.
Wi-Fi LED: The middle LED is the Wi-Fi LED. It has two states:
1) On or Off
For example, if the Wi-Fi LED is OFF and it flashes On 2 x times every 3 seconds, it means the Valve Controller needs to be configured to the home Wi-Fi network using the app. If the Wi-Fi LED is OFF and it does not flash On, it means the Valve Controller needs to be configured to the home Wi-Fi network but the access point needs to be enabled first by pressing and holding the grey button until you hear 2 beeps.
Connectivity LED: The bottom LED is the connectivity LED. It will turn on only when there is any communication between the Leak detectors and the Valve Controller. For example, the connectivity LED will turn on momentarily when you move your Leak detectors or when you trigger a leak. It will remain off otherwise.
|State of LED||Power LED||Wi-Fi LED||Connectivity LED|
|ON||Device powered on||Wi-Fi credentials configured||Active transmission|
|OFF||Device powered off||Wi-Fi credentials not configured||No active transmission|
Below is a table describing all possible flashing patterns for each LED.
|Flashes||Power LED||Wi-Fi LED||Connectivity LED|
|2 every 3 seconds||n/a||Valve Controller Access point is enabled||n/a|
|4 every 3 seconds||n/a||Wi-Fi credentials are configured AND Valve Controller has no Internet access OR Valve Controller is disconnected from the router||n/a|
|6 every 3 seconds||n/a||Wi-Fi credentials are configured AND Valve Controller has Internet access AND Valve Controller is disconnected from the cloud||n/a|