The firing module displays the firmware version of the device first, such as “5.0.2.” All devices synced together must use the same firmware version.
To learn more about firmware versions and how to upgrade your system, at no cost, please see Firmware Figured Out
“tSt” displays as the firing module performs the following tests:
For more information on 36M & 72M self-test error codes and how to resolve, see the Error Code Reference Guide.
Used to display the module's battery life, address, bank & associated channel, and signal strength. For more information, see Viewing the 36M / 72M Main Display (link).
When the key is in the TEST position, the module will never arm or fire because of both hardware and software protection. We recommend TEST mode when checking continuity from the module locally.
When the key is in the ARM position, the module will arm and fire from the 18R2 to which it is synced. We only recommend arming the module when you are ready to fire your show.
When the 36M and 72M startup, the system displays the firmware version followed by a system self-test and finally the main display. The main display shows the system address, bank & channel, signal strength, and battery levels. For details on the 36M or 72M startup sequence, see the Startup-Sequence Reference Guide.