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LED Light Status Indicators
When starting up NOVA, you will notice a blue glow coming from the machine. Aside from making NOVA look like a sci-fi rocketship, the color of NOVA’s LED indicators provides you with important information about NOVA’s current status. In this article, we’ll explain what each LED status means.
NOVA’s indicator LEDs are located along the underside of the y-axis fenders.
Note that although the power button also has an LED, it is not an indicator - it will always stay blue.
White scanning indicates that NOVA is booting. It can take a few minutes for NOVA to start up.
White pulsing indicates that NOVA has finished booting and is now idle without an internet connection.
Blue pulsing indicates that NOVA has finished booting and is now idle with an internet connection.
Blue solid indicates that a user is connected to NOVA for both online and offline users.
Green scanning indicates that NOVA is currently in WIFI setup mode.
Green solid indicates that NOVA has successfully connected during the WIFI setup.
Red indicates that an error has occurred. If the machine is red continuously on startup, this means that the WIFI or ethernet interfaces are missing.
Yellow solid indicates that NOVA is executing a factory function. This will typically only happen during as part of a support interaction, and should be allowed to continue until otherwise instructed.
Purple pulsing is used to identify a machine from the NOVA app using the 'blink' features. This is useful for users who have multiple NOVA machines.
White scanning or pulsing indicates that the smart dispenser module is initializing.
Blue indicates that the smart dispenser is homed and idle.
Green indicates that the smart dispenser is going through a pressure change.
Purple indicates that the smart dispenser is maintaining pressure.
Red indicates that an error has occurred.
Blue blinking indicates a probe trigger - meaning, the smart probe module has detected contact.
Green blinking indicates that the smart probe module is tuning (adjusting the sensitivity).