The OLED display is a blue 128 × 32 pixels screen. When you switch on the SyncBac PRO, all status information, messages, and menus and options are shown on this screen.
The LED to the right of the OLED display acts as a colour-coded status indicator.
If the SyncBac PRO is switched on and set to run as an RF slave, a green light indicates that the SyncBac PRO is communicating with a master device. Its timecode is synchronised with a master device's timecode.
If the SyncBac PRO is switched off, the green light indicates that the battery is fully charged.
A blue light indicates that the SyncBac PRO has been synchronised with a master device but is currently 'free running'. It has lost its connection with the master and is using its own highly accurate internal timecode. When the master is back in range, the SyncBac PRO will attempt to reconnect and re-synchronise.
A flashing blue light means that the SyncBac PRO is in the process of synchronising with a master.
If the SyncBac PRO is switched on, a red light indicates a warning message is displayed on screen or that the battery power is low.
If you are unfamiliar with master and slave devices, you can learn more in the following sections:
Up and Down
Use the Up and Down buttons to scroll through the menus and menu options, and also to scroll through the status displays.
Use the Select button to choose a menu or option. You will also use Select to switch your SyncBac PRO on and off.
To make a selection, use the Up and Down buttons to scroll to a menu or option and then press the Select button once.
To switch your SyncBac PRO on or off, press and hold the Select button (see Switch SyncBac PRO On and Off, for more details).