Alarm

If you receive this alarm, the Led Light is maybe broken or not connected properly. The alarm indicates that no / little power passes through the Led Light. Verify that the Led Light works by connecting it directly to a power source (e.g. battery). Make sure it is properly connected to the lamp pins on your FeedCon. The Led Light can be tested by performing a new calibration (restart FeedCon required). If the light does not work, contact the Nordic Gamekeeper's support. NOTE: Be careful not to connect too powerful LED light since the system only tolerate LED light that consumes less than 5 A current (less than 60 W). NOTE! You can get this alarm if you have lowered the settings on the led light strength to a very low %. Then you can ignore this alarm.
This alarm indicates that the calibration has failed. Check that the battery and the motor are connected correctly and that nothing is blocking the motor. Try turning the motor shaft manually and make sure that it rotates relatively freely and is not stuck (be sure to unplug the battery first so the engine does not start unexpectedly and cause injury). If the problem persists, contact Nordic Gamekeepers support.
The battery that supplies FeedCon box with power is running low and need to be replaced and recharged. The motor is likely run with less power when the battery is running low.
If you receive this alarm, and not have the opportunity to visit your FeedCon, remove the alarm and wait for 24 hours. Have you after 24 hours not received a new syncning you may need to visit your feeder and restart FeedCon. Verify that the green LED flashes on FeedCon after restart. If not, FeedCon can be damaged and need replacing. If the error is frequently recurrent or are not resolved by the above, please contact the Nordic Gamekeepers support.
If you get this alarm the FeedCon system has restarted. If this was an unexpected event it may indicate that the system has power problems, such as due to low battery, or the battery is not connected properly. It is more likely that the system will restart in connection with a failure of the motor to start when the battery is not delivering enough power for both motor and FeedCon. In this case the feeding fails. Note that the alarm indicates a restart of the system and that it is now up and running again. It is possible that it was only a temporary problem with the power supply if the problem is not recurring. If you suspect that an unauthorized person has been manipulated with your FeedCon it is a good idea to visit your feeder and make sure everything is ok. Contact Nordic Gamekeepers Support for more help.
The battery that supplies FeedCon box with power is almost empty and needs to be replaced /recharged as soon as possible.
The alarm indicates that the motor runs lighter than normal, probably because that the foodcontainer is empty/or nearly empty or that there is a blockage in the container.  Visit your feeder and fill up with food or remove the blockage in the container. If the alarm appears despite loaded food and fixed stop, consider calibrating your FeedCon (restart FeedCon required). If the problem persists, contact the Nordic Gamekeepers support.
It indicates that the food is about to run out in the feeder. Visit your feeder and fill up with food. Remember to reset your Level Indicator after filling up with food. If you have problems with your Level Indicator, verify that the sensor works by measuring the sensor inputs on your FeedCon. The voltage will go from 2.5 V to 0 V when the sensor is activated. Contact Nordic Gamekeepers Support for more help.
The alarm indicates that the motor draws an unusual amount of power and is likely sluggish or stuck completely. The system's current monitoring function interrupts the feeding. Inspect your FeedCon and motor/spin plate for possible errors and verify that the motor rotates freely and is not stuck. If everything seems to be in its place, try to run a new calibration (restart FeedCon required). If the problem persists, contact Nordic Gamekeepers support.
No power was measured when motor should run is indicating that the motor is not properly connected. Visit your feeder again and verify that the motor is connected properly. If everything seems to be in its place, try to run a new calibration (restart FeedCon required). If the problem persists, contact Nordic Gamekeepers support.