GeoRide 3 has an LED to display several colors.

  • Fast flashing red LED on startup:

    • the box battery is too low, connect GeoRide to your vehicle or via USB

    • the vehicle battery is too weak and you receive a low battery notification, change the cut-off voltage in the Battery menu from the GeoRide Settings.

  • Blinking orange LED: searching for network.

If the LED is flashing for too long, there is a connection problem and the device appears offline in the application. Make sure that your device is associated with a GeoRide subscription.

  • Blinking blue LED: searching for GPS.

  • Blinking green LED: normal operation, network, and GPS are working.

  • Flashing purple LED: Eco Mode

  • Flashing yellow LED: update procedure.

To save energy, the LED is switched off when the GeoRide is no longer in use.

If no LED lights up after plugging in your GeoRide, see our dedicated article.

GeoRide 1

The GeoRide"s LEDs make it possible to identify the correct operation of the GeoRide. It has 3 LEDs.

  • The blue LED (on the left)
    It represents the GPS signal.
    If the LED is flashing, then the GPS reception is not good. Generally, this situation occurs when the vehicle is not parked in the open air.
    When the LED remains lit, it means that the GeoRide is well synchronized with the GPS satellite and has an optimal localization.

  • The red LED (in the middle)
    It flashes continuously when the GeoRide is on and in use.

  • The orange LED (on the right)
    It symbolizes the GSM signal, ie the connection to the GeoRide network.
    If the LED is flashing for too long, then there is a connection problem and the device should appear offline in the application (see also My device appears offline).
    When the LED stays on, it means that the box is well connected to the GeoRide network, the device should then appear as Stopped in the application.

To save energy, the LEDs turn off automatically after some time when the GeoRide is no longer in use.

If no LED lights up after plugging in your GeoRide, see our dedicated article.

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