Wondering what the status lights on your Walker mean?
A solid light means
If a light is solid, it means it is connected or ready (good).
A flickering light means
If a light is flickering, it means there is activity happening. Forexample, the Console or WiFi light will flicker during a file upload and the Camera light will flicker when it is copying files from the camera.
A flashing light means
If the light is flashing, it means it is trying to connect. Usually you just need to give it a minute to boot before the light will go solid.
No light means
If a status light is not turning on at all, it means it isn't trying to do anything (for example the blue "Reader" light will not turn on until it is told to try and pair with a Reader). You might need to do an action or change a configuration in the Console to make it do things.
The green Power LED will light up to show that the Walker is powered on. This should happen immediately upon pressing the power button, but it will be up to 30 seconds before other status lights begin indicating.
The orange Camera LED will keep flashing until the camera is BOTH plugged in and powered on. If the Camera light is flickering it means the Walker is copying image files off the camera.
See here for how to connect the camera.
The blue Reader LED won’t turn on until you try to pair the Reader. If the Reader light is flickering it means there is communication happening between the Reader and Walker.
The yellow Console LED will keep flashing until it is able to connect to the internet (via cellular networks) and make a connection with the ELEMENTICE™ Console. If there is decent mobile reception, the light should automatically go solid after approximately 10 seconds of flashing. If the Console light is flickering it means the Walker is uploading images to the cloud.
The green Wifi LED stays solid when the device is connected to a WiFi network, or if WiFi has been turned off from the Console, the light will be turned off. If the Wifi light is flickering it means the Walker is uploading images to the cloud via Wifi.