The BlackHawk GPS tracker has three LED's on the front of the device. Below is an explanation of what each of these lights means.
|GPS||The GPS light shows when the BlackHawk is attempting to acquire a location from the GPS satellites. It will blink rapidly while acquiring a location. Once a location is acquired the light will turn solid for approximately 5 seconds. The light sequence will repeat depending on the location interval set.|
|Red||Power||The power light will blink when the BlackHawk battery is low, when the battery is being charged, and during power on/off. While charging, when the power light turns solid the BlackHawk is fully charged.|
|Green||Cellular||The cellular light shows whether or not the BlackHawk has a cellular connection. When the green light is blinking approximately every 3 seconds the BlackHawk has a good connection on the cellular network. When the cellular light is blinking faster, about every second, the BlackHawk does not have a connection to the cellular network.|