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TD52 Status LEDs

Information on TD52 LED states

Updated over a week ago

The TD52 uses two sets of LEDs:

  • a blue LED located above the camera, this LED indicates the current status of the unit

  • six white LEDs located above the call button, this row of LEDs is used to indicate the stage the Intercom is at in the set up process

This article covers the following topics:

  • Status LED

  • Setup Status LEDs

Status LED

Verkada products all have a status LED located on the device. This status LED indicates the current state of the Intercom. When the status light turns blue the camera is recording regardless of if it is visible in Command or not.

The LED status light consists of the following states:

  1. Solid orange / Booting up

  2. Flashing orange / Updating firmware

  3. Flashing blue / Establishing network connection

  4. Solid blue / Fully healthy

  5. Flashing pink / Identify

Shown here is an example of a fully online and healthy Intercom.

Setup Status LEDs

Upon first boot of the Intercom a white LED will appear, as the setup progresses up to five additional LEDs will light up. These status LEDs are essentially a progress bar to indicate how far along the Intercom is in first coming online.

The setup status LEDs indicate the following states:

  1. Boot up

  2. Looking for IP address

  3. Connecting to Verkada

  4. Intercom connected and authenticating

  5. Intercom connecting to SIP

  6. Receiver set up

Note: The status bar does not persist after the Intercom is fully configured. The status bar will only show again after it is decommissioned and then added back to Command.

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