When to use Info mode - RFL100

RFL100 User Guide

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Info mode can be very useful when you can physically access the data logger. The following are the main use cases:
  1. Wake up the data logger from radio power save without restarting it.
  2. Determine the signal quality of the current access point connection. When the data logger is connected to an access point, you can move the data logger around and monitor the signal strength indicator that updates every 30 seconds in Info mode. Note that the connection quality is shown only for the current access point connection.
  3. Check the access point where the data logger is currently connected. You can determine this from the channel number if you know the channel assignments of the access points.
  4. Verify serial numbers and channel assignments when 2 temperature probes are connected using the probe splitter M8 accessory.
  5. Check the firmware version of the data logger without restarting it.