How do I locate my Moku in a lab with many Mokus?
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How to find a specific Moku within a lab
In a lab with several Mokus, it is possible to lose track of which Moku you are controlling on the iPad. The colored LEDs on Moku:Lab and Moku:Pro make device identification easy.
Go to "select your device". Each Moku on your local network will be displayed outlined with a colored circle with the color matching the Moku's lighting LEDs. Touching the icon will cause the individual Moku to flash its colored LEDs.
By selecting a Moku and going to ‘device settings’, you can change the LED colors of each Moku such that they are readily identifiable. In the device settings, you can also assign a unique name and password.
For Moku:Go, there are no colored LEDs that change to help you identify which is which. The only way to identify which Moku:Go you are using is either by the serial number located on the bottom of the device, or by the colored top plate.