Button and LED Behaviour


The Gateway includes one button with functionality that can be defined in software. By default, when this button is pressed and held for >3 seconds, the Gateway will clear the Wi-Fi provisioning information and restart wireless bridge commissioning.

Status LEDs

The Gateway includes 7 LEDs, with the default behaviours shown in the figure below. These behaviors are fully customizable in software.


Not used by default

On (solid) - µAP Mode is up and available

Not used by default

Not used by default

On (solid) - Gateway is booting

On (blinking) - Gateway is booted and ssh is available


Not used by default
D16WhiteN/AOn at all times

For each LED there is a directory which contains a number of files and folders for control of the LED.  

Controlling the LEDS

The LEDs offer two different types of control. The first is basic on/off control which is achieved through the brightness file. The LED can be turned on by writing positive value to the brightness file. To turn the LED off, a zero may be written.

For example, to turn on the D9 led, the following command could be used.

echo 1 > /sys/class/leds/no_inet/brightness

To turn off the D9 led, the following command could be used.

echo 0 > /sys/class/leds/no_inet/brightness

For more advanced control, the led may be set to trigger based on events. There are a variety of different event types which are available on the system. 

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