When the Auto-Configuration Procedure routine is complete, each will automatically reboot. When a has been successfully configured and rebooted, its Module and Network Status LED’s will blink on and off green.

When the module has been properly configured and is operational, both its Module and Network Status LEDs will blink on and off Green

How to verify success

Conveyor Operation

Place a carton on your empty conveyor so that it blocks the most upstream zone’s sensor. It should convey all the way to the discharge end and the last most downstream zone should try to convey it off the end of its zone. If this does not happen, then at the point where the carton stops, check that module’s motor connection is sound and that the zone’s sensor is properly aligned. If the sensor was not properly plugged in and powered when the Auto-Configuration Procedure was performed, you will have to perform the procedure again. If the sensor was powered but is misaligned when the Auto-Configuration Procedure was performed, you can either perform the procedure again or use EasyRoll to change the logical polarity of that particular sensor.

Examine the Network

While the Auto-Configuration Procedure is in process, you should see all of your modules’ LEDs flashing on and off red. If this is not the case, then check your Ethernet cables and connections and power connections.

To verify that all the modules you expected to be configured are in fact configured, with EasyRoll you can connect to your newly configured network and perform a Discover function. The Discover function will display all modules that it finds and from the list your most upstream should have the 4th octet of its IP Address as .20 and you should see each module you configured in the list.