AURORA XLDSN3 - User Guide for devices with LoRa or NarrowBand IoT

This user guide applies to Aurora XLDSN3 devices using LoRa and NarrowBand IoT. It will cover how to install batteries, turn on and off a device and how to mount the device to walls.

Table of contents

Install or Replace Batteries

Figure 1
Figure 1
  1. Start with removing the rear lid by removing rubber feet (1) that cover the four screws (2).
  2. Unscrew all four screws (2) using T8 torx driver.
  3. Lift the rear lid and remove old batteries (4) from the device. 1
  4. Insert two 1 new CR123 Lithium batteries as indicated. Do not mix old with new batteries or mix brands of batteries. Pay attention to the polarity of the batteries. 
  5. Close the rear lid and screw back all four screws. Finally cover the screws with rubber feet.

Battery information

  • A set of new batteries provides about ten years of use when device sends about six measurements an hour.
  • Actual battery life will vary with use, settings, environmental conditions and battery self-discharge (typical 1-2% per year).
(1) Some device only use one battery.

 

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Turn on Device

  1. Turn on by pushing the rubber button (1)for one second. The button is inside the letter O of Aurora.Figure 2

Release the button as soon as green light is lit following by red light(3).

  1. Alternately, the device can be turn on by placing a magnet near magnet-switch symbol(2).

Remove the magnet as soon as a green light is lit following by red light(3).

CAUTION:

Release the button or remove the magnet as soon as the red light is lit. If the button is holding down while the red light is lit for:

  • 5 seconds, the device will enter configure mode for LoRaWAN device.
  • 10 seconds, the device will perform a factory reset for NBIoT device.

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Turn off Device

  1. Turn off by pushing the rubber button (1) for thirty (30) seconds. The button is inside the letter O of Aurora.Figure 2

After 30 seconds, a green light (3) lights up. Release the button as soon as the light comes on.

  1. Alternately, the device can be turn off by placing a magnet near magnet-switch symbol(2)for 30 seconds.

After 30 seconds, a green light (3) lights up. Release the button as soon as the light comes on.

 

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Restart Device

  1. Turn off by pushing the rubber button (1) for thirty (30) seconds. The button is inside the letter O of Aurora.Figure 2

After 30 seconds, a green light (3) lights up. Release the button as soon as the light comes on.

  1. Alternately, the device can be turn off by placing a magnet near magnet-switch symbol(2)for 30 seconds.

After 30 seconds, a green light (3) lights up. Release the button as soon as the light comes on.

 

When the device is turned off, wait 60 seconds before turning on the device.

1. Turn on by pushing the rubber button (1)for one second. The button is inside the letter O of Aurora.

Release the button as soon as green light is lit following by red light(3).

2. Alternately, the device can be turn on by placing a magnet near magnet-switch symbol(2).

Remove the magnet as soon as a green light is lit following by red light(3).

CAUTION:

Release the button or remove the magnet as soon as the red light is lit. If the button is holding down while the red light is lit for:

  • 5 seconds, the device will enter configure mode for LoRaWAN device.
  • 10 seconds, the device will perform a factory reset for NBIoT device.

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Wall Mounting

There are three ways you can mount the device on a wall:

1. Using the magnet on the back of the device to hang it to any steel wall.

NOTE: Remove the small steel plate that covers the magnet before placing the unit on the wall.

Magnet To Wall
A magnet behind the device allow you to hang it to any steel wall.

 

2. For none steel wall: Screw the steel bracket to the wall and hang the device to the bracket.

 

3. Permanent screw the device to a wall: Screw the device to the bracket using two screws, then screw the bracket to any wall.

Wall mounting with still plate

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