If the LED pin is configured.
- Short, fast blinks (one per second) – the router is connecting to a network.
- Short, long blinks (one per 4 seconds) – normal operations.
- Three short blinks – the router cannot send a report to a coordinator.
Flash firmware and permit joining to a network on your coordinator. The firmware starts a join procedure automatically.
The end device or router firmware tries to connect to a network during 30 minutes. If all attempts failed, the firmware pauses searching for 15 minutes.
The firmware with power saving tries to connect for 1 minute and after the unsuccessful attempt goes to the deep sleep mode. You can prolong the joining cycle by clicking a button on “Input 1” (see GPIO).
CC2652 or CC1352: sometimes, you should additionally reset your device to factory defaults after flashing.
Re-pairing or reset to factory defaults
Power on, wait 2 seconds, power off, repeat this cycle three times.
If you configured the GPIO or “External wake-up” button on “Input 1”, click and hold the button for 10 seconds. The “Switch” mode for that button should be off.