Senstroke – Configuration : Presentation of the Sensors

Senstroke sensors presentation

Find general information about the operating instructions for Senstroke connected sensors.

Operating instructions

In order to have an optimal playing experience with the sensors, a couple of operating tips should be observed.
Our patented technology is able to dissociate your hitting zones as well as the strength of your hits.

To do this, it is important to clearly differentiate the areas used.
The dissociation of the hitting areas is mainly based on the angles that your wrists take when you set up or play.
We recommend that you define separate playing areas that require different hitting angles: either on the vertical and/or horizontal planes.

Note : With two equivalent wrist angles for two elements, the system will not be able to distinguish between the two elements. In this case, elements may be confused.
To rectify this, please reconfigure the sensors with different angles.

Turn on the sensors

To turn on the sensors, briefly press the button on the sensor. The LED will light green and then flash, waiting for pairing.

Turn off the sensors

To turn off the sensors, press and hold the button for a few seconds, then release it. All 3 LEDs will light together briefly to indicate that the sensor is off.

If your sensor was connected to the application, a long press on the buttons only serves to disconnect it. The LED then flashes light blue. In this case, a second long press (as described above) is required to switch it off.

Sensors recharging

The sensors are delivered pre-charged.
As soon as the red LED starts flashing (see 2.3) we recommend charging the respective sensor(s).
To do this, simply use the supplied micro USB cable, connect it to the sensor and connect the USB end to your computer or approved smartphone charger socket.
A 3-hour cycle is recommended for a full charge. The LED will turn green when the sensor is charged.
A full charge provides approximately 12 hours of play time.

The LED’s different colours

  • A short green LED indicates that the sensor is switched on.
  • A flashing blue light indicates that the sensor is on and ready to be paired.
  • A flashing red LED indicates that the battery is almost empty and needs to be recharged (via the supplied cable).
  • A steady green LED indicates that the sensor is paired.

The sensor will go into standby mode if it is not paired after a certain period of time, the LED will be off. Turn the sensor back on to exit the standby mode.