LED STATES

The Miniserver, extensions and most devices all have a set of LEDs that can be used to quickly diagnose the state of the device. By using the tables below you will be able to compare the LED states on a device with the matching set and then diagnose what those lights represent.

Miniserver LAN Port

It is important to note that every device has an identifying method. On every device that has an LED, this includes it rapidly flashing between red and green. On some other devices, it also has another method (like the touch switch clicking) in which it identifies itself.

LED STATES FOR THE MINISERVER

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LED STATES FOR EXTENSIONS

Loxone extensions share similar LED states as the Miniserver but with different meanings with the exception of the Dimmer Extension. By matching your Extension’s current LED status to the table below, you will be able to figure out what your extension is trying to tell you.

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LED STATES FOR THE DIMMER EXTENSION

Ontop of the above set of LED states, the Dimmer Extension has some extra LED states that denote what the Dimmer Extension is currently doing.

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TREE VALVE ACTUATORS

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SDEVICE LEDs

Ontop of their identifying factor, devices have some unique LED states that cane help determine what state they are in. By using this, you will be able to determine if your device is learned in, in learning mode or even if it doesn’t have and data communications.

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LAN PORT LED STATES

The Miniserver LAN port has the standard two LED indicator lights, here are the various states and the information they represent.

Orange: Activity LED

       – Off: No Link (cable may not be connected – check both ends or it may be severed)

       – On Link (But no activity)

       – Blinking Data Activity (the faster it is blinking the more activity)

Green: Speed LED

       – Off: 10 Mbps (or it is not connected -> Activity LED is also Off)

       – On: 100 Mbps