If you got here on this article we believe is because you already know how to properly set your 10HS sensor. If it is not the case, please refer to this article first, which will guide you through the process.

From this moment, your module will present some light and sound indicators. They will stay in this mode until the sensor is restarted.

These luminous indications by LEDs and the sonorous ascendants and descendants are the test results until this moment.

We prepare a table to help you understand the meaning of each LEDs indication.

If your equipment NOT has some or both additional sensors and the only result of the test indicates that this or these sensors aren’t connected, it means that the soil sensors are correctly working.

Now, if your equipment have a Rain Gauge, notice that the third and the fourth possible results indication can means that some test is not executed yet. So, when some of thats combinations appear, just do the below cited procedure, and your equipment’s test will go on.

Rain Gauge Test:

  1. Remove the rain collector cup.

  2. Move completely the tipping bucket ten times.

If your equipment has the two additional sensors, do not have any problem and all the procedures were executed exactly as described, the sonours indication becomes ascendant.

Now, if after all the above procedures your test result shows the blinking lights and the descendent sound, take out the connector of the sensor and insert it again in the module, in the correct position (it must plug with no force) and back to the first step, to restart the test.

If after executing all the steps and check that the connectors are correctly connected, talk with your Agrosmart contact, or just send us a message in the chat and let us know about your problem.

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