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Status Lights

The Status Lights of the RR and R2 light can be various colors to indicate connection Type/Status.
Status Light Colors

The Status Lights on the lights are color coded to show what Mode and connection the light is in. The color of the Data Light shows the Type of Data that the light is receiving. The color of the Wireless Light shows the light’s Wireless Signal protocol.  The combination of the 2 LEDs will show the status of the light.

Table 1. Local

Manual Mode- Data: Off / Wireless: Off Manual Mode

Table 2. Lead / Follow - Wired

Wired Leader - Data: Green / Wireless: Off (Lead/Follow Mode)


Wired Follower - Data: Cyan / Wireless: Off Lead/Follow Mode)

Table 3. Lead / Follow - Wireless

Wireless Leader - Data: Green / Wireless Purple (Lead/Follow Mode)


Wireless Follower - Data: Cyan / Wireless: Purple Lead/Follow Mode)

Table 4. Wired

DMX Mode / Data Received - Data: Red / Wireless: Off DMX Mode


Ethernet Mode / Data Received - Data: Yellow / Wireless: Off Wired Control: sACN Wired Control: Art-Net

Node Mode Status Light

Node Mode - Data: Solid Orange Wired Control: sACN Wired Control: Art-Net

Table 5. Wireless

Wireless DMX - Data: Red / Wireless Green (Or the Universe-assigned color ) Wireless Control: CRMX / W-DMX


WiFi Mode (Art-Net over WiFi) - Data: Yellow / Wireless: Magenta Connecting the Blackout app with Art-Net over a Wi-Fi networkConnecting Luminair Art-Net over Wifi Network


WiFi Access Point Mode (Art-Net Over WiFi - Data Yellow / Wireless Orange Connecting the Blackout app with Art-Net over a Wi-Fi networkConnecting Luminair Art-Net over Wifi Network


Bluetooth Mode - Data: Blue / Wireless: Blue Bluetooth Mode


WiFi Network as Client - Data: Solid Magenta


If the Status LEDs are disabled, they will only be on when the display is on and turn off when the display screen turns off.

Universe Color for CRMX

When connected to a CRMX Transmitter that is able to send a Universe color, the Wireless Status light will be the same color as the Universe Color set on the transmitter. This color can be set using Lumenradio's CRMX Toolbox App with a compatible CRMX transmitter.

If the Transmitter has no color set, or it is not able to send a Universe Color, the wireless LED will be Green.

Status Light Blink Patterns

The Data and Wireless Status Lights can be various colors based on the connection type and status. Check that the light is in the correct wired or wireless mode and that Status lights are enabled in the Config menu.

Table 6. Data Status Light


Solid RED LED – DMX Data Being Received.


No Light – No Data Received on wired input or Status Lights turned off.


Yellow Blinking Data Light - Error with the data received from sACN or Art-Net input.

Table 7. Wireless Status Light

Solid Green LED – Connected to Wireless DMX Device.


Slow Flashing Green – Light is paired with Wireless DMX Device and connected, but Transmitter is not receiving data.


Fast Flashing Green – Light is connecting to DMX Transmitter, or Light is paired with a Wireless DMX Device but the device is not found.


Solid Magenta LED - Lamp is connected to wireless network.


Fast Flashing Magenta - Light is connecting to a Wi-Fi Network.


Slow Flashing Magenta - Light has Wif-Fi network information saved but the router or AP is not found.


Alternate Flashing Magenta/Red - Light failed to connect to a Wi-Fi network (Wrong Password Error)

Wireless Access Point Mode

Solid Orange LED - Lamp is acting as a wireless access point


No Light – Light is Not Paired with Wireless Device, Wireless Mode -> Off or Status Lights turned off.

The Status LEDS can be disabled from the > Config MENU < Status LEDS >

The Status LEDs will always display while the display screen is active. If the Status LEDs are disabled they will turn off when the display screen turns off.