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Products: AO-8, AO-V-8, AS-B, DI-16, DO-FA-12, DO-FC-8, IP-IO , MP-C, MP-V, AS-P, PS-24V, RP-C, RP-V, RTD-DI-16, UI-16, UI-8/AO-4, UI-8/AO-V-4, UI-8/DO-FC-4
Functionalities: Hardware
Product version: 2022
4/23/2024

Status LEDs

The Status LED on the front of the automation devices changes color and flashes to indicate the status of the device.

 
action_zoom_plus_stroke Location of the Status LED on different SpaceLogic device models

Location of the Status LED on different SpaceLogic device models

The remaining LEDs on the front differ in number and meaning for the different devices and are explained in the sections about the specific device.

Automation Server Status LED

The automation server Status LED indicates the condition of the device.

Table: Automation Server Status LED Patterns

LED Patterns

Condition

Green, constant

Normal operation, status OK

Green, flashing (~1 Hz)

Device restarting, wait

Green, flashing (~10 Hz)

Device shutting down

Red, constant

Detected error, attention required

Red, flashing (~1 Hz)

Device operates, but a problem needs attention

Red/green, flashing (~1 Hz)

Device firmware upgrade (DFU) mode or firmware being downloaded in DFU mode

No light

No input power

Central IO Module Status LED

The Central IO module Status LED indicates the condition of the device.

Table: Central IO Module Status LED Patterns

LED Patterns

Condition

Green, constant

Online and configured (at least one channel/point downloaded successfully)

Green, constant

Red, flashing (for 100 ms every 2 s)

Online and configured

Disabled Hand-Off-Auto (HOA) override switches

Applies only to Central IO modules with HOA override switches and with manufacturing date earlier than 2021-W26 and upgraded with firmware version 2.017 or later. For more information, see Important Information on Central IO Modules with Manufacturing Date Earlier Than 2021-W26 .

Green, flashing (200 ms ON, 200 ms OFF)

Online and unconfigured (physical module that either matches/mismatches logical module)

Green, slow flashing (approximately every 3 s)

Low power mode (saves energy)

Red, constant

Error requiring attention (for example, the input voltage is too low)

Red, flashing (100 ms ON, 100 ms OFF)

Offline with respect to the automation server (both configured and unconfigured modules)

Red/Green, flashing (green 100 ms, red 100 ms)

Bootloader mode (downloading data)

No light

No input power

PS-24V Power Supply Status LED

The PS-24V power supply Status LED indicates the condition of the device.

Table: Power Supply Status LED Patterns

LED Patterns

Condition

Green, constant

Output voltage and load OK

Red/green, flashing

Output slightly overloaded

Red, constant

Output overloaded

No light

No input power

MP Controller Status LED

The MP controller Status LED indicates the condition of the device.

Table: MP Controller Status LED Patterns

LED Patterns

Condition

Green, constant

Normal operation, status OK

MP controller firmware application running

Green, flashing (~1 Hz)

Device restarting, wait

MP controller firmware application running

Red, constant

Detected error, attention required

Red, flashing (~1 Hz)

Device operates, but a problem needs attention

Red/green, flashing (~1 Hz)

MP controller I/O board receiving software upgrade, wait

Do not interrupt power to the controller. For more information, see the following Important note.

Amber, constant

MP controller firmware boot applet running

Amber, flash

Device restarting, wait

MP controller firmware boot applet started

Amber/green, flashing (~1 Hz)

MP controller firmware is being upgraded. It is typically the firmware main application, but it can also be a boot applet.

Important:

Avoid power interruptions to the device during the brief period when the Status LED is flashing red and green. An interruption causes problems with the I/O processor upgrade and can result in corrupt firmware. You can view the evidence of a corrupt processor when the device reports itself as an “MP-C-15A.” A corrupt I/O processor can lead to the loss of the reset button and/or I/O functionality, as well as the inability to upgrade the I/O processor and/or the device.

IP-IO Module Status LED

The IP-IO module Status LED indicates the condition of the device.

Table: IP-IO Module Status LED Patterns

LED Patterns

Condition

Green, constant

Normal operation, status OK

IP-IO module firmware application running

Green, flashing (~1 Hz)

Device restarting, wait

IP-IO module firmware application running

Red, constant

Detected error, attention required

Red, flashing (~1 Hz)

Device operates, but a problem needs attention

Red/green, flashing (~1 Hz)

IP-IO module I/O board receiving software upgrade, wait

Do not interrupt power to the I/O module. For more information, see the following Important note.

Amber, constant

IP-IO module firmware boot applet running

Amber, flash

Device restarting, wait

IP-IO module firmware boot applet started

Amber/green, flashing (~1 Hz)

IP-IO module firmware is being upgraded. It is typically the firmware main application, but it can also be a boot applet.

Important:

Avoid power interruptions to the device during the brief period when the Status LED is flashing red and green. An interruption causes problems with the I/O processor upgrade and can result in corrupt firmware. You can view the evidence of a corrupt processor when the device reports itself as an “MP-C-15A.” A corrupt I/O processor can lead to the loss of the reset button and/or I/O functionality, as well as the inability to upgrade the I/O processor and/or the device.

RP Controller Status LED

The RP controller Status LED indicates the condition of the device.

Table: RP Controller Status LED Patterns

LED Patterns

Condition

Green, constant

Normal operation, status OK

RP controller firmware application running

No Bluetooth activity a

Blue, constant a

Normal operation, status OK

RP controller firmware application running

Bluetooth connection is active

Green 3 seconds, blue 1 second

Normal operation, status OK

RP controller firmware application running

Bluetooth advertising is active a

Green, flashing (~1 Hz)

Device restarting, wait

RP controller firmware application running

Red, constant

Detected error, attention required

Red, flashing (~1 Hz)

Device operates, but a problem needs attention

Red/blue, flashing (~1 Hz) a

Bluetooth radio microcontroller firmware is being upgraded

Red/green, flashing (~1 Hz)

RP I/O board receiving software upgrade, wait

Do not interrupt power to the controller. For more information, see the following Important note.

Amber, constant

RP controller firmware boot applet running

Amber, flash

Device restarting, wait

RP controller firmware boot applet started

Amber/green, flashing (~1 Hz)

RP controller firmware is being upgraded. It is typically the firmware main application, but it can also be a boot applet.

White, transient

Device starting, wait

White, constant

RP controller firmware not running, attention required (contact product support)

  1. RP controller models with “-M” in the product name do not have Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) capability. Therefore, the description of LED patterns indicating Bluetooth-related conditions does not apply to these models.
Important:

Avoid power interruptions to the device during the brief period when the Status LED is flashing red and green. An interruption causes problems with the I/O processor upgrade and can result in corrupt firmware. You can view the evidence of a corrupt processor when the device reports itself as an “MP-C-15A.” A corrupt I/O processor can lead to the loss of the reset button and/or I/O functionality, as well as the inability to upgrade the I/O processor and/or the device.

  • AS-P Servers
  • AS-P Server LEDs
  • AS-B Servers
  • AS-B Server LEDs
  • Central IO Modules
  • Central IO Module LEDs
  • PS-24V Power Supplies
  • Power Supply PS-24V LEDs
  • MP-C Controllers
  • MP-V Controllers
  • MP-C Controller LEDs
  • MP-V Controller LEDs
  • IP-IO Modules
  • IP-IO Module LEDs
  • RP-C Controllers
  • RP-V Controllers
  • RP-C LEDs
  • RP-V LED