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What do the lights on the front of each Eupry logger mean?

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What do the lights on the front of each Eupry logger mean?

There are two lights on the front of each logger. One which shows the status of the WiFi connection and one which shows whether the logger is operating within the temperature thresholds set by the user.

When users press the ‘e’ button, each light will flash one of three colours- red, amber or green.

  • A red WiFi light means that there is no internet connection.
  • An amber WiFi light means that there is Internet connection, but the signal is weak.
  • A green WiFi light means that there is connection and the signal is OK.
  • A red temperature light means that the temperature has exceeded its limit. You should have received an alarm by SMS text and email.
  • An amber temperature light means the temperature is close to its limit, perhaps within the grey zone set by the user. You should have received an alarm by SMS text and email.
  • A green temperature light means that the temperature is within the limits set by the user.
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