This article describes the function and meaning of the front panel indicators on Tesira devices.
The Tesira SERVER, SERVER-IO, and TesiraFORTÉ each have five LED indicators on the front panel. Each Tesira expander has four LED indicators. The meaning of each indicator is described in the table below.
The AIS (Alarm In System) indicator will illuminate on all devices in a Tesira system whenever a fault is detected in any device in the system.
Front-panel LED activity for other devices can be found in the Tesira Help File.
|Power||[ Device is not powered ]||Device is powered||—||—|
|Alarm||No fault is active in this device (when device is powered)||—||Minor fault is active in this device||Major fault is active in this device|
|Activity||—||Audio is passing on the device||—||Audio is stopped on the device|
|Status||—||Device is configured||Device is not configured||Device is not configured; not ready for a configuration|
|AIS (Alarm In System)*||No fault is active in any device in the system (when device is powered)||—||Minor fault is active in a device in the system||Major fault is active in a device in the system|
* AIS (Alarm In System) LED is not included on Tesira expanders
The front-panel OLED display provides additional information about the device and the system. The display is navigated using touch-sensitive UP, DOWN, and SELECT buttons.
- Device name, hostname, and IP address
- Main menu (Device Information, System Information, Network Parameters)
- Settings menu (Display Brightness, Display Timeouts)
- Network menu (Hostname, IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway)
- Audio menu (Device Audio State, System Description)
- Fault menu (Displays all active faults on the device)