The SYNC LED blinks each time the 18R2 sends a ping to all devices. Think of this as a heartbeat from the 18R2 that tells all units that their master controller is on and communicating with them. The blinking indicates successful communication between the two devices and is a sign that the system is performing as it should. Note that when the controller is in TEST mode, the SYNC LEDs may blink at varying times on the devices and not in perfect harmony. When the controller is in ARM mode, the devices SYNC LED will blink consistently with the controller; this is by design and is the normal operation of the system.
Articles in this section
- Why does my 18R2 keep displaying PAU when starting a script?
- Does my firmware version need to match between the 18R2 and other devices?
- What is the battery life of the 18R2?
- When I startup my 18R2, what are the sequence of numbers/information appearing before the channel displays?
- The SYNC LED is blinking on my 18R2, what does this mean?
- What is the maximum number of modules I can sync to an 18R2?
- How do I know my modules are armed from my 18R2?
- What is the STEP button?
- How-to use the basic STEP Firing feature of the 18R and 18R2
- What is the AUTO-FIRE button?
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