Connecting a Wireless Probe
NOTE: For important information about the Wireless Signal Quality meter and
the Average Noise Level index which are displayed during wireless scanning, see
"Wireless Signal Quality" on page 6-6 in this chapter.
To connect a wireless probe to the system:
With the console unit powered on, hold the probe within three meters of the console, with
a line-of-sight to the front of the console, and without obstructions between the probe and
Turn the probe on by continuously pressing both circular buttons on the probe until you
hear a beep that indicates the probe is powered on. The probe sends a signal to the
console requesting the connection. The console displays this message: "Connecting to
Probe" with the unique probe ID number, and sends a return signal which establishes the
When the connection is made, the console screen displays this message: "Wireless
Next, the message "Configuring System" is displayed and the console will beep. The
console screen will show the probe battery symbol. You can now begin real-time
This process normally takes under three seconds to complete.
If the probe and console cannot establish a connection within ten seconds, the process is
terminated and the probe is automatically powered off.
The console displays a status message: "Wireless connection timed out."
This situation can occur due to improper probe/console positioning. Check your equipment
setup, then repeat the connection process by turning the probe back on again.
NOTE: For proper probe/console positioning, follow the instructions described in
"Equipment Setup for Optimal Scanning" on page 6-4.
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