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BMXNOC0401 Status LEDs

Title
BMXNOC0401 Status LEDs
 
Issue
BMXNOC0401 Status LEDs
 
Product Line
BMXNOC0401
 
Environment
Unity Pro
 
Cause
N/A
 
Resolution
 Below is the BMXNOC0401 status LED Descriptions. The LED display is used to diagnose the state of the module, as follows:

RUN
Off: Indicates that the module is not communicating with the CPU over the backplane.
Steady Green: Indicates that the module: has just been turned on and has not yet started the LED power-up test, or is communicating with the CPU over the backplane

ERR
Off: The module is operating normally.
Blinking Red: The module is not configured (or the configuration is in progress), or backplane communication has stopped.
Steady Red: The module has detected an event.

MS (Module Status)
Off: Power is not being supplied to the module.
Steady Green: The module is operating normally.
Blinking Green: The module has not been configured.
Steady Red: The module has detected a major event.
Blinking Red: The module has detected a recoverable event.

NS (Network Status)
Off: Power is not being supplied to the module, or the module has not been assigned an IP address.
Steady Green: The module has established at least one CIP connection.
Blinking Green: The module has obtained an IP address but has not established any CIP connections.
Steady Red: The module has detected that its IP address is a duplicate IP address.
Blinking Red: One or more CIP connection (with the module as target) have timed out.

ETH STS  (Ethernet Status)
Off: No power is supplied to the module.
Steady Amber: Indicates that the module is operating normally.
Four flashes: The module has detected a duplicate IP address.
Five flashes: The module is waiting for a served IP address.
Six flashes: The module is using its default IP address.
Seven flashes: The module has detected a configuration error.
NOTE: If more than one diagnostic condition exists simultaneously, the Ready LED displays the shortest flash sequence.

LNK (Link)
Off: An Ethernet link has not been established.
Yellow: A 10 Mbit Ethernet link has been established
Green: A 100 Mbit Ethernet link has been established

ACT (Activity)
Off: There is no receive or transmit activity.
Flashes Green: Indicates activity.
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