Solid green LED- Power is on and module is working
Blinking blue LED- GNSS module has 3D position fixed
Connectbutton. Once you're connected you'll be able to see the status of the base station module.
Start Survey-Inbutton. This procedure determines the accurate position of the base station based on the measurements. By default, it’s set to run for at least 3 minutes, and the accuracy deviation should be less than 1 meter. Note that longer measurements and smaller deviations will increase the accuracy of readings sent to the Rover. The measured accuracy and progress are shown on-screen. This process may take a few minutes.
3D Accuracy- Positioning accuracy estimation for the last measurement (single measurement)
Mean 3D STD- Standard deviation of the accuracy after Survey-In process has begun
D-GNSSmeaning that the Rover module is receiving readings. The D-GNSS mode becomes active after a few seconds as the base station module starts sending corrections.
Floatmode is easier to reach as it usually becomes available in 30-60 seconds after D-GNSS mode is active, however, it's less accurate. Later, the system will automatically go to
Fixedwhere the accuracy will be higher but the process may take a little longer to complete.
What will happen if the Rover looses connection with the base station?