The lights on the front of your Pluot box indicate what it's doing:

  • Blue:  your Pluot box is booting up
  • Purple:  your box is in standby. It's booted & ready for a wireless presentation or meeting. 
  • Green:  you're in a meeting. 
  •  Orang:  it's turning off.  

Booting up:  movign 

The moving blue light indicates the box is booting up. 

  • When you plug in the power cord, your Pluot automatically boots up. 
  • Is your cord plugged in and the box if off?  Then you also can just touch and release the power button. 

Above: The blue light will travel back and forth until it has booted up.

Standby screen, AKA quiescent:  purple 

  • Standby means your Pluot box has booted up. Now it's just waiting for you to put it into a meeting, or screen share. It's on standby. (We also refer to this as your "quiescent screen.") 
  • When it's in standby  mode, your TV will display a blue waves background. Also, in the lower right, you'll see the 6-letter screen code.   
  • You should see a larger purple pulsing light on the front of the box.

In meeting:  green 

When the TV is in a Pluot meeting or wireless screen share, you'll see a large green pulsing light. 

  • When you exit from the meeting, the light will change from the green back to the purple pulse.

Turning off the box: orange, then no light 

  • If you need to turn off the box, touch and release the power button. 
  • An orange light, moving across the entire front of the box, means the box is about to turn off. 
  • Once the box has turned off, there will be no lights on the front of the box. 

Above: Illustration of box lights position and color when it's powering off. 

Powered off

  • When the box is turned off, and the power supply plugged in, there are no lights displayed on the front of the box 

Reminder:  Anytime you plug the power cable into the box, it boots up automatically. You'll see the blue moving light, and you soon should be ready to go!  

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