Once the app is downloaded and you have completed the registration formalities, you can log into the app and the following Home Screen will appear.
On the Home Screen, BatSense icon is placed in the middle, click on it and you will be taken to the Connection page. Here, if you are using the Sensor for the first time, there will be an option to “Discover BatSense”, click on it and register your BatSense Device.
Now, a list of available devices will be shown by their respective names.
Click on Connect and the device will get connected.
Once it is connected, click on the same “Connected” icon which will take you to next page where three options will be listed at the bottom of your screen.
Click on this to start capturing your batting session.
After turning off the Match Mode, you have to “Sync” all your captured data. This will allow all the data to transmit from the BatSense device to your Smartphone. There is a complete section dedicated to explaining the use and technicalities of Match Mode option. Head over to that section to understand better.
Only after stopping the session, you should disconnect the sensor from the app.
After clicking on ‘Start Session’, an automatic pop-up will appear asking the BatSense to be calibrated. Follow the three steps of instruction that is also read out through audio.
Once Calibration is successful, you can click on ‘Start Session’ and start playing.
Go to the Home Screen and Click on Smart Video and place the phone using a stable stand (tripod etc.) and start recording. Now, your shots will get captured automatically with every shot you play.
On the Home Screen, you can click on ‘3D SHOT ANALYSIS’ to view live shot parameters and 3D Avatar for every shot played during the session. Using this option will automatically disable Smart Video which means you won’t get videos for shots during which you are viewing live data.
You can choose to complete your entire session, then ‘STOP SESSION’ and view the entire session summary through the ‘Calendar’ option.
Each session of yours is saved under their respective dates in the ‘Calendar’ section available on the Home Screen at the bottom.
LED first shows the connection status followed by battery status.
White : Not Connected
Blue : Connected
Green : Charge more than 80%
Yellow : Charge between 80% to 20%
Red : Charge below 20%
3 Blue Blinks followed by Battery status – Connected but ‘Not in Session’
1 Blue Blink followed by Battery status – Connected and ‘In-Session’