How to check if a logger is within range of the receiver
Now that you are ready to move the Loggers and Repeaters to their locations, there is a quick easy way to test the signal strength: Pressing down on the Push to Start button will force the logger to transmit. If the logger is getting through to the Receiver the LED will blink BLUE. If the logger can not reach the Receiver the LED will blink BLUE & RED If the Logger connects via the Receiver, simply walk the logger to its target location and press and hold the Push to Start button and watch the LED. If there are several BLUE/RED flashes, the location is bad and the signal can not get through. Try moving the logger around while holding down the Push to Start button looking for a BLUE flash. If the Logger connects via a Repeater, take the Repeater and Logger to the Repeater location and press and hold the Push to Start button. A BLUE flash indicates that the Repeater location is good. Move the logger to its location and repeat the test. If the Logger connects via a Repeater connected to a Repeater etc. Take the Logger and all Repeaters in the chain to the first Repeater location and press the Push to Start button while watching the LED blink. Repeat this for each Repeater using the logger LED to verify placement.