Vector Receiver Hardware Overview
Battery Status LED. For more information of Receiver LED Behavior, please see our Vector Receiver LED Behaviour article
Network Indicator LED. For more information of Receiver LED Behavior, please see our Vector Receiver LED Behaviour article
USB C Data connection and charge
Vector Receiver Features
Ultra Wideband (UWB) Wireless Communication to Vector Devices
250m+ Range between Receiver and Devices for Live Player Data Capture
Integrated WiFi Network for data capture with OpenField & OF+ Live with a range of up to ~80m
8 Hour Battery Life. For more information on the Vector Receiver battery life, please see our Vector Receiver Battery Life article.
Single & Multi Receiver Set up options
Water Resistant Design
Vector Receiver Functionality
How to turn the Receiver On
To turn the receiver on, press and hold the power button for > 2 seconds until the battery and network indicators turn green. Once startup is complete, battery indicator will be solid green.
How to Connect the Receiver to your PC
The receiver can be connected to your PC wirelessly via WiFi or through a USB C to USB A cable. For more information on how to connect the receiver to your PC, please see our How to connect the Vector Receiver to the Computer article. NOTE: The Vector Receiver is powered by battery and needs to be powered ON when in use for both wired and WiFi use.
How to turn the Receiver Off
To turn the Receiver off, press and hold the power button for > 2 seconds until the battery status LED flashes then release.
How to Charge the Receiver
The Vector Receiver can be charged by connecting to an external mains power source via the USB C input. An external mains power adapter to USB C input is provided with the Vector Kit. While charging the Receiver Battery Status LED will illuminate red to indicate charging and green to indicate a fully charged state. For more information on how to charge the Vector Receiver, please see our Charging the Vector Receiver article.