Visual and Audio Alerts Guide for Fly12 CE

The Fly12 CE comes equipped with a variety of Visual and Audible alerts that will help you understand what your Fly device is doing.

The chart below references Fly12 CE modes and the corresponding Visual and Audible alert.

Mode Visual alert Audible alert
Recording (Full Charge) Steady Flash: Green Power On/Off 4 Beeps
Recording (3/4 Charged) Steady Flash: Green Power On/Off 3 Beeps
Recording (1/2 Charged) Steady Flash: Orange Power On/Off 2 Beeps
Recording (1/4 Charged) Steady Flash: Red Power On/Off 1 Beep
Power On (with SD card) (refer to charge level) Power On Chime + Beep(s)
Power Off (with SD card) (refer to charge level) Beep(s) + Power Off Chime
HomeSafe Mode Solid Red 3 long Beeps
Waterproof flap door open (refer to charge level) Error Beep until Fly12 CE is turned off
No SD card/SD card error Steady Flash: Red-Orange Error Beep until Fly12 CE is turned off
Incident Protection mode Rapid Flash: Red-Orange-Green 3 Rapid Beeps when triggered
USB Plug In Solid Red – Charging
Solid Green – Battery Full
Charge Port LED (located inside flap door)
N/A
Bike alarm Rapid Flash: Red
Steady Flash: Front White Light (HIGH)
Alarm Beep (continuous until turned off)
Optional Audible alerts for normal operation (refer to charge level) Audible sound: 3, 5 or 10 minute Beeps

Detailed description of Visual and Audible alerts

Battery

When charging your Fly12 CE, the charge indicator LED (next to the charging port) will be solid red.

Once the battery is fully charged, this LED will become a solid green.

Power on

The device will make a distinctive power up sound:

This will be immediately followed by up to four beeps to indicate battery level.

Battery level indicators

Battery level is 75%+

Four beeps indicates your battery is at least 75% full:

The Fly12 CE LED lights will be flashing green.

Battery level is 50% to 75%

Three beeps indicate battery level of 50-75%:

The Fly12 CE LED lights will be flashing green.

Battery level is 25% to 50%

Two beeps indicate battery level of 25-50%:

The Fly12 CE LED lights will be flashing orange.

Battery level is under 25%

One beep indicates battery level less than 25%:

The Fly12 CE LED lights will be flashing red.

HomeSafe Mode

When your Fly12 CE battery is low (below 12%), the LEDs on the sides of the device will turn solid red and the low battery noise will play three long beeps to indicate HomeSafe mode has been activated:

The recording will stop and, depending on your light settings, you have 30-60min to get home safely. While HomeSafe mode is enabled you will hear this sound every 1 minute:

Power off

The device will make a number of battery indicator beeps (as above) followed by a distinctive power down sound:

This sound is also heard when entering airplane mode and master reset.

Normal recording

Recording alert is one short beep:

If enabled, recording alert beep plays once at an interval of 3, 5, or 10 minutes. This can be changed through the CycliqPlus mobile app; once your Fly12 CE is connected to your handset, go to menu – settings – sound.

Waterproof flap door open

If you leave the flap door covering the charging port and SD card slot open, the following sound will play to remind you to close the flap, ensuring the device remains waterproof.

No SD card/SD card error

If there is no SD card in your Fly12 CE or there is an error with your SD card, this sound will be played on repeat:

The LEDs on either side of the device will flash red and orange. The Fly12 CE will then automatically switch off after one minute.

Incident Protection mode

When triggered, three rapid beeps will sound, indicating that the current and previous video files are locked, and can’t be overwritten by the device. These beeps sound like this:

The LEDs on either side of the device will flash red, orange and green. The Fly12 CE will then automatically switch off after 30 minutes.

Bike alarm

With the bike alarm enabled, if your Fly12 CE is on the move, your device will sound the following alarm:

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