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There are 3 display pages and a menu page.

Display Page:

While booting the device, we can see that the initial page (display page 1) has the character “BASIC INFO”. This page is used to display the IP address, the usage rate of CPU and RAM and the total .

The page “DETAILED INFO” (display page 2 is the page we can enter by pressing “+” on the page 1 or clicking “-” on the display page 3) mainly displays the temperature of CPU and GPU, the work and power of fans even the percentage of fans.

NOTE: When the average temperature of CPU or GPU rises up to 54 ° , the fan starts working; meanwhile, the LED in the bottom right corner will turn on.

The page “DISK INFO” (display page 3 is the page we can enter by clicking “+” on the page 2 or clicking “-” on the display page 1) mainly displays the SD card, disk capacity and its usage rate.

Menu Page:

The page “MENU INFO” (we can enter the menu page by pressing the “BACK” button continuously for two times on the display page. We can return to the dis- play page by clicking “BACK” button for one time on menu page. )

We switch to different options by pressing “+” or “-” before we press “OK” to select the certain option.

  1. Shutdown
  2. Reboot
  3. Background color
  4. Page always refresh: choose OK to automatic mode and NO to manual mode. 

For your lasting use of NAS HAT, We recommend to set manual mode.

Under the automatic mode, the NAS HAT refreshes itself once every 500ms, but you need to press the button “OK” to refresh under the manual mode. Pressing the buttons +/-/BACK can let you enter other pages, so it can refresh different options on different pages at the same time.

In addition, the feedback from the screen under the manual refreshing mode is not so fast as that under the automatic mode. Under the mode of manual refreshing, the button on the screen responds to your pressing till there appears a mark S in the top left corner of the NAS HAT.

NOTE: If you want to make some adjustment for the menu page, you can change the file under the directory ~/nas-kit/main in the Raspberry Pi system. If you want to know more about it, you can access to check the development files.