The following table lists the display messages that Indigo 202 uses to inform you about the transmitter's state.
In addition to the Indigo transmitter messages, the connected probes have probe-specific messages that are also shown on the display. Messages from the connected probe start with Probe:. For more information on the probe-specific messages, see the probe's documentation.
|Display Message||Description||Recommended Action|
|Low supply voltage||The supply voltage is below the minimum (range: 15 ... 30 VDC or 24 VAC +/- 10 % 50/60Hz).||The error clears when the supply voltage returns to the specified range. Check your power supply and restart Indigo if needed.|
|No legal measurement probe||The connected probe is not compatible with Indigo or a restriction (probe name or serial number) on allowed probes is in place.||Check your probe's Indigo compatibility and possible restrictions on allowed probes.|
|WLAN error||There is a problem with the wireless connection.||Go through the troubleshooting instructions in Indigo Wireless Connection Troubleshooting.|
|No measurement probe||The measurement probe is not connected, or the probe is connected poorly and cannot be recognized by Indigo.||Check that you have fastened the probe correctly with the locking wheel.|
|Probe connected:||Indigo displays the name of the connected probe.|
|WLAN on||The WLAN connection is active and you can connect to the wireless configuration interface.|
|Waiting for measurements||The connected probe is preparing measurements (for example, at start-up or after a probe restart).|
|Unable to measure all quantities||Some of the measurements you have configured to be displayed are currently not available. This can be caused, for example, by the probe heating feature: parameters that are affected by heating cannot be shown while the heating cycle is ongoing.|