T6 Device Overview
Power Button: Press the power button to turn the device on. The LED will flash orange before turning green. To turn the device off press and hold the power button until the LED flashes orange then release.
LED Lights: Displays charging state, USB connection and heart rate integration.
Device ID: Every device has a unique ID that helps identify a device.
Pins: Allows the individual devices to connect to the the charging case via the individual device slots.
Battery: Lithium ion rechargeable.
Battery life: 4-5 Hours.
Transmission Range: Up to 500m.
|Flashing green||*||Turned on with no connection|
|Flashing green then blue||* *||Turned on and connected to a live system|
|Flashing green, blue, then red||* * *||Turned on and connected to a live system with a heart rate device connected|
|Flashing green then red||* *||Turned on with a heart rate device connected|
|Flashing red only||*||Turned on with low battery|
|Flashing red then blue||* *||Turned on and connected to a live system with low battery|
|Flashing red, blue then red||* * *||Turned on and connected to a live system with low battery and a heart rate device connected|
|Flashing red then red||* *||Turned on with a low battery and a heart rate device connected (not connected to a live system)|
Connected to PC:
- When the device is successfully communicating to the PC over USB, the LED around the power button will be blue. The LED light will be rotating or static depending on the charging state.
- When Charging, the LED around the power button will be a rotating green LED light. When the device is fully charged the LED will be a solid static green.
Checking Device Charge Status:
- In the console, with the devices connected to the PC, navigate to Device Manager from the main user interface. From the 'Selected Property' drop down menu on the right hand side, select 'Battery Charge State' from the drop down menu.
- The device may be in a state of Charged or Charging.
Radio Frequency (RF):
The T6 anchor and T6 devices operate on the UWB RF spectrum.