This means that the bowl is connecting to Wi-Fi and syncing with your data.
This means that the bowl did not properly sync. The lights will blink once at the end of the running red and white lights during sync.
This means that the bowl is properly synced and connected with you data. The lights will blink once at the end of the running red and white lights during sync.
This means that the bowl is resetting the scale. The white lights are on for a couple seconds before the actual reset, giving you a moment to make sure there’s nothing on the scale before you start pouring food. You’ll hear a chime, indicating that the bowl is ready for you to pour.
Your bowl is weighing food as you pour. Each white light represents 10% of your recommended food portion. All 10 white lights means you’ve poured the recommended amount of food.
This means you've overpoured - remove some of the food until all 10 lights are white.
This means either you've overpoured by 200% or the scale is reading a negative value for weight (which can happen if you pressed down on the bowl for too long when you started the feed). Let the bowl sit untouched until it chimes and the lights go out, then start over by pressing down on the bowl (resetting it).
Appears 10 seconds after the bowl loses Wi-Fi connections, and means that the SmartBowl is offline. It can still be used and will store the feeding data until it reconnects with Wi-Fi, but any changes made within app while offline will not be applied until the SmartBowl is back online.
This means that your SmartBowl battery is running low.