So humm...I just received my QSI WSG683 from OPT yesterday.(Again, many thanks to Tanya and Rod for helping me placing the order)
I try to install the drivers for the first time, and since I've never owned a QSI before so that I follow the instruction step by step.
After installing the camera software came from the CD-ROM, the instruction asks me to plug in the power and wait for flash green light and so I did.
However, the camera status indicator did not go the way as expected. So, what is happening:
1)I plugged in the power supply into the camera by using a normal wall outlet. After having a few seconds flash green light, it starts to beep at 3 times a row, like beep-beep-beep-------------beep-beep-beep-------------and with red flash light.
2)I don't know what that means and plug the USB cable. And windows new hardware found pops out and it does show QSI 600.
3) But right after that, the camera light goes off and windows lost connection.
4) When I try to start it all again, the camera status indicator just turns solid orange and few more seconds later, the light goes off.
I've totally no idea what is going on. I did follow the procedure as the instruction says: install the software before plugging in power cable and USB to computer.
I'm not sure if there is something wrong with my procedures or the camera is defected. Hope someone could help me out with this. I mean, it's a $4k camera, right?
Edit: I think I should've done more research before posting my question here. So I look up the Camera Soft Error State Indication and find this: 1 flash red + 4 flash yellow: The camera DC supply voltage is above the 14V maximum recommended operating level. This sequence will repeat every four seconds until the supply voltage is lowered below this threshold.
But I've tried both wall outlet and DC power hub, the error sill remains. Is there something else I need to buy to solve this? Many thanks!
Edited by tianzi9088, 07 November 2015 - 12:44 PM.