Understanding The Charge LED
Each battery bank contains two (2) LEDs - a CHARGE LED and an ERROR LED. The CHARGE LED indicates the charging process (Red when charging, Green when charged) and the ERROR LED displays a Reverse Polarity or Error Condition. To understand the LED Light configuration better, see the chart below:
Red Charge LED
When the battery is charging, the CHARGE LED will be illuminated RED. The CHARGE LED will remain a solid RED color (not blinking) until the battery is fully charged.
Green Charge LED
When the battery is fully charged, the CHARGE LED will be illuminated GREEN. The CHARGE LED will remain a solid GREEN color (not blinking) until either the battery charger is disconnected or the battery becomes discharged. The GREEN CHARGE LED will pulse, or 'Breath' when the charger is applying a maintenance charge.
Orange Error LED
If a Reverse Polarity condition exists, the ORANGE ERROR LED will illuminate. This ERROR condition will be displayed whether the charger is plugged in or disconnected from an AC power source. Reverse the battery connections to fix this ERROR.
Both LEDs Flashing
If an ERROR condition exists, all LEDs will flash. There are several reasons an ERROR condition could exist. For help troubleshooting ERROR conditions, see the section entitled TROUBLESHOOTING, or Error LED Is Illuminated or Flashing.
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