Nanit’s night light acts as a status indicator after power up and during the pairing process. These are the different modes and their meaning:
- After plugging in Nanit to power, the camera will take about 30 seconds to start up, then it will indicate that it has completed the power-up sequence by flashing the night light slowly (one-second intervals). The camera is now ready for pairing or will establish a link with your mobile device if it was paired before.
- During the pairing process, after pressing the “Wi-Fi Pairing” button on the back of the camera, the night light will flash fast (half second intervals) until the pairing process is completed successfully.
If needed, you can have Nanit search again by tapping the Wi-Fi pairing button on the back of the camera. When pressed, the night light will blink in half-second intervals for 5 minutes, then fade to off if a connection cannot be established.
If you're having trouble connecting Nanit to your network, check out our troubleshooting steps here.
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