Prime LED Codes
The states for the Prime are as follows:
Flashing Teal (blue and green at the same time) -The Prime is booting up or processing
Flashing Green - The Prime is hosting a wireless access point and has schedule/settings
Flashing Blue/Green - The Prime is hosting a wireless access point and does not have a
Flashing Blue - The Prime has been configured has a child and is attempting to connect to a
Solid Green - The Prime is a parent and is connected to a wireless network
Solid Blue - The Prime is a child and is connected to a wireless network
Solid Red - The Prime is currently in thermal shutdown
Flashing red/green/blue - The Prime is currently updating the firmware on the light
Flashing Red (for longer than a minute) - The Prime is unable to communicate with the internal wireless module. If this happens, first try re-?seating the internal wireless module. If it still flashing red when powered on, the unit needs to be replaced.
FYI: Teal and Blue look very similar (unfortunately)
A Prime can be network reset by holding the button down on the Prime until the indicator LED flashes green (3 seconds)
A Prime can be factory reset by holding the button down on the Prime until the indicator LED flashes red (10 seconds)
When factory reset, a Prime will reboot and go back to flashing Blue/Green (unconfigured).
A Prime can be reprogrammed by:
1. Unplug power to the Prime
2. While holding the button down on the Prime, plug power back in.
3. Wait 10 seconds, then release the button
4. The Prime will start flashing red/green/blue and will reset the firmware version that it
was shipped with.
We have NOT found an issue that this resolves, so I would not recommend this as a
solution to a customer's issue.
When network settings are configured on a parent, the main LEDs on the parent will flash
When a Prime is configured as a child, the main LEDs on the child will flash blue. This helps to show the progress when setting up many lights at once.