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60 Troubleshooting
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Although multiple wireless handheld controllers may be
connected to a single Base Station, the following
applications allow only one handheld device to be
connected at a time:
Baseball
Basketball
Clock/Score
Football
Goal Judge
Play Clock/Pitch Timer
Remote Start/Stop
Segment Timer
Volleyball
The Base Station has stopped responding to the
wireless handheld. This could mean any of the following
scenarios are true:
The Base Station was turned off or has lost
power.
The Base Station was changed to a different
channel.
The Base Station and handheld are too far away
or too close (refer to Section 2).
If all of these problems have been checked and the
handheld still shows Low Signal Strength, cycle power
on both the handheld and Base Station.
17.2 Base Station Errors
IN RANGE LED On Start-up
The IN RANGE LED (Figure 10) flashes several times at start-up while the server Base
Station searches for other Base Stations on the same channel within range. If another server
Base Station is found, this LED will flash continuously, indicating that only one server Base
Station is allowed on a given channel.
General Base Station Failures
The wireless Base Station uses the on-board LEDs (Figure 10) to indicate failure status. When
a failure occurs, the CL/RS232 TX, CL/RS232 RX, IN RANGE, and CAN TX LEDs all flash in
a repetitive pattern to indicate the failure type. The LEDs will flash on for a long period of
time, followed by a series of short flashes that give the error type. This sequence will repeat 5
times, after which the Base Station will reset.
If an error sequence is being displayed on the LEDs, first cycle power to the wireless Base
Station by disconnecting power for several seconds and then reconnecting. If the problem
persists, please contact Daktronics Customer Service (refer to Section 1.2).
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