Blink Codes for Sivoia QS Shades and Venetian Blinds

QS Shade Button Diagram

QEDbuttons
QS Venetian Blind Button Diagram

Venetianbuttons
Note: The "Tilt Mode" LED is not referenced below. This LED will turn ON when the commands generated by the main buttons (Closed Limit, Open Limit, CW, CCW) are affecting the "Tilt" module of the Blind OR when the main LED's feedback applies to the "Tilt" module of the Blind. The main LED's feedback will always follow the codes below.

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Hardware Generations




Normal Operation

LED Description LED Cycle LED Blink Pattern
Gen 1.0:
QS_startup

Gen 2.0:
QS_startup
Startup
This occurs when the EDU powers up. If this happens when the EDU tries to start moving, this is an indication the motor is stalling and the EDU is resetting. Verify that the fabric/hembar is not caught.
8 seconds Gen 1.0:
redonR greenonG redonR greenonG off off off off off off off off off
Alternately blinking red/green/blue, and then turning off.

Gen 2.0:
redonR greenonG redonR greenonG off off off off off off off off off
Alternately blinking red/blue/green, and then turning off.
off The EDU is operating normally. Off off
LEDs off
greenon The EDU is being moved from its local Clockwise or Counterclockwise buttons. Constant on greenonG
A constant green LED
Double-tap the Open Limit button to send the EDU to its open limit, or double-tap the Close Limit button to send the EDU to its close limit.

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Setting Limits

LED Description LED Cycle LED Blink Pattern
greenon The EDU is in limit set mode. Tap the Open Limit or Close Limit button to leave limit set mode, or press and hold the open or close limit button to store current position as the open or close limit. Constant on greenonG
A constant green LED
SG_Blink The EDU is currently in process of storing this position as the open or close limit. 1/8 second greenonG off
A fast green blink (8 per second) for 2 seconds

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Assignment Mode

Description - Assignment Mode is used to assign devices on the system, such as shades, to listen to control units in the system, such as keypads.

HOW TO ENTER: Assignment mode can usually be entered by pressing and holding the Open and Close buttons on a controlling device for 5s, but refer to the instruction sheet for the device being used for specific details.
HOW TO EXIT: Refer to the instruction sheet of the control device being used.


LED Description LED Cycle LED Blink Pattern
AM_DoubleGreenBlink The EDU is in Assignment Mode, and is not assigned to the controlling device. 8 seconds greenonG off greenonG off off off off off off off off off off off off off
Two green blinks in 8 seconds
SG_Blink The EDU is in Assignment Mode, and is assigned to the controlling device. 1/8 second greenonG off
A fast green blink (8 per second)

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Link Diagnostics Mode

QS Shades

HOW TO ENTER: Press and hold the Closed Limit button for 5 seconds, then tap the CCW button.
HOW TO EXIT: Press and hold the Closed Limit button for 5 seconds.

QEDbuttons
LED Description LED Cycle LED Blink Pattern
greenon The Close Limit button has been held for 5s. Tap the CCW button to enter Link Diagnostics Mode. Constant on greenonG
A constant green LED
SG_Blink Link Diagnostics Mode was entered from this EDU. 1/8 second greenonG off
A fast green blink (8 per second)
ROOBM_GreenBlink The EDU is communicating properly. The EDU will be wiggling.
Link Diagnostics Mode was entered from another device on the link.
1/2 second greenonG off
A slow green blink (1 per second)
SR_Blink The EDU is not communicating properly. Check wiring. The EDU will not be wiggling. Link Diagnostics Mode was entered from another device on the link. 1/8 second redonR off
A fast red blink (8 per second)

QS Power Panels

HOW TO ENTER: Tap the All Shades Open button, then hold it for 5 seconds, then tap it, then hold it for 5 seconds.
HOW TO EXIT: Hold the All Shades Open button for 5 seconds.

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Diag. LED Status LED Description Status LED Cycle Status LED Blink Pattern
SG_Blink GreenOn Normal mode for Power Panel. Constant on greenonG
A constant green LED
SG_Off SG_Blink Link Diagnostics Mode was entered from this Power Panel. 1/8 second greenonG off
A fast green blink (8 per second)
SG_Off ROOBM_GreenBlink The Power Panel is communicating properly.
Link Diagnostics Mode was entered from another device on the link.
1/2 second greenonG off
A slow green blink (1 per second)
SG_Off GreenOn The Power Panel is not communicating properly. Check wiring.
Link Diagnostics Mode was entered from another device on the link.
8 seconds greenonG off off off off off off off off off off off off off off off
One green blink in 8 seconds

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Return to Defaults

"Method 1" will work for all shades, while "Method 2" will only work for Gen 2.0 shades that show the updated startup blink code shown above.
Note: Returning an EDU to its default settings ("out-of-box") will NOT affect the EDU's limits.

Method 1: "4 Button Method" (Gen 1.0 & Gen 2.0)

LED Description LED Cycle LED Blink Pattern
SG_Blink Step 1
First, press and hold the Close Limit button for 5 seconds. The EDU will blink for 2 seconds, and then turn solid green.
1/8 second greenonG off
A fast green blink (8 per second) for 2 seconds.
SG_Blink Step 2
Next, press and hold the Open Limit button for 5 seconds. The EDU will blink for 2 seconds, and then turn solid green.
1/8 second greenonG off
A fast green blink (8 per second) for 2 seconds.
SG_Blink Step 3
Next, press and hold the CW button for 5 seconds. The EDU will blink for 2 seconds, and then turn solid green.
1/8 second greenonG off
A fast green blink (8 per second) for 2 seconds.
blueon Step 4
Finally, press and hold the CCW button for 5 seconds. The EDU will turn solid blue while it defaults its settings, and then the EDU will automatically restart.
Constant on blueonB
A blue LED for a few seconds, and then the EDU will restart.

Method 2: "Triple-Tap-Hold-Triple-Tap" (Gen 2.0 Only)

LED Description LED Cycle LED Blink Pattern
SG_Blink Step 1
First, tap either the Open Limit or Closed Limit button 3 times, and hold the last press for 5 seconds until the LED flashes green.
1/8 second greenonG off
A fast green blink (8 per second) for 2 seconds.
blueon Step 2
Next, tap the same button again 3 times. The EDU will show solid blue for 2 seconds, then automatically restart.
Constant on blueonB
A blue LED for a few seconds, and then the EDU will restart.

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Firmware Upgrade

LED Description LED Cycle LED Blink Pattern
BL_SlowBlink Device in firmware upgrade mode: Waiting to receive new firmware image. 1 second blueonB off
Continuous blink, once per second.
Gen 1.0:
blueon

Gen 2.0:
Blue_6On
Device in firmware upgrade mode: Actively receiving new firmware image. Gen 1.0:
Constant On

Gen 2.0:
6 Seconds
Gen 1.0:
blueonB
Gen 2.0:
blueonB blueonB blueonB blueonB blueonB blueonB off
A solid blue LED, with Gen 2.0 shades occaisionally blinking off.
Gen 2.0 Only
yellow_on
Gen 2.0 Only
The new firmware image is being saved by the device. Please wait until this blink completes, which should be less than 1 minute.
Constant On Gen 2.0 Only
yellow_on
A solid yellow LED.

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Fault Conditions

LED Description LED Cycle LED Blink Pattern
LR_BlinkQuad Maximum runtime exceeded
Wait 20 minutes before attempting to move the shade.
8 seconds redonR off redonR off redonR off redonR off off off off off off off off off
Four red blinks in 8 seconds
Gen 1.0:
LR_BlinkQuad

Gen 2.0:
LR_BlinkDual
Temperature overheated
Wait 20 minutes before attempting to move the EDU.
Gen 1.0:
8 seconds

Gen 2.0:
4 seconds
Gen 1.0:
     redonR off redonR off redonR off redonR off off off off off off off off off
    Four red blinks in 8 seconds
Gen 2.0:
     redonR off redonR off off off off off
    Two red blinks in 4 seconds
SR_Blink Ensure the shade's fabric or hembar is not caught or hung up.
The EDU will blink like this for 30 seconds when it encounters an obstruction.
1/8 second redonR off
A fast red blink (8 per second) for 30 seconds.
SR_DoubleBlink An error occurred which caused the shade to lose track of its position.
This can typically be corrected by setting the shade's limits, but may indicate a problem with the EDU. Please contact Lutron Technical Support for further assistance.
1 second redonR off redonR off off off off off
Two quick blinks in 1 or 2 seconds.
Gen 1.0:
redon

Gen 2.0:
redon
Wiring problem / shade not able to communicate
Try using link diagnostics mode (described above) to diagnose the issue.
Gen 1.0:
Constant on

Gen 2.0:
4 seconds
Gen 1.0:
    redonR
    A constant red LED
Gen 2.0:
    redonR redonR redonR redonR redonR redonR redonR off
    A constant red LED that blinks off every 4s.
BL_blink Gen 1.0:
    A power supply problem occurred, such as AC input voltage being detected or low supply voltage. Check power wiring.
Gen 2.0:
    Power was lost while moving or low input voltage detected. Check the voltage at the shade with a DMM.
    If the blink code continues for more than 30s, the input voltage is too low.
1/8 second blueonB off
A fast blue blink (8 per second) for 30 seconds.
Gen 2.0 Only
Magenta_blink
Gen 2.0 Only
Motor voltage was too high.
Typically only shown after an unusual event or persistent overvoltage. Check the voltage at the shade with a DMM.
1/8 second Gen 2.0 Only
blueonB off
A fast magenta blink (8 per second) for 30 seconds.

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Log Extraction

LED Description LED Cycle LED Blink Pattern
Gen 2.0 Only
YL_LogExtract
Gen 2.0 Only
Diagnostic log extraction from this shade currently in progress.
4 seconds Gen 2.0 Only
yellow_on yellow_on yellow_on yellow_on yellow_on yellow_on off yellow_on off yellow_on off yellow_on
Constant Yellow that blinks off 3x every 4s.