How to Connect to Wi-Fi on Your ROCK R3 Pro and R3 LiDAR Systems

Connecting your ROCK R3 Pro and R3 LiDAR systems to Wi-Fi is essential for seamless data transfer and real-time communication. Here's a step-by-step guide to get you connected quickly and easily.

Step-by-Step Guide to Connect to Wi-Fi

1. Power On Your Device

Ensure your ROCK R3 Pro or R3 LiDAR system is powered on. You will see the LED indicators light up, confirming that the device is active and ready for configuration.

2. Access Wi-Fi Settings

Using your laptop, tablet, or smartphone, go to the Wi-Fi settings. You should see a list of available networks.

3. Select the ROCK Network

Look for the network name (SSID) that corresponds to your ROCK R3 Pro or R3 LiDAR system. It should be something like "ROCK R3PRO-RTP23051062"

4. Enter the Password

When prompted, enter the Wi-Fi password: 12345678. This is the default password for all ROCK R3 Pro and R3 LiDAR systems.

5. Confirm Connection

Once you've entered the password, your device will attempt to connect to the Wi-Fi network. This may take a few moments. Once connected, you will see a confirmation message or an indication that your device is now online.

6. Verify Connectivity

To ensure you have successfully connected to the Wi-Fi, try accessing the ROCK software or performing a basic internet connectivity test.

Tips for a Secure Connection

  • Change the Default Password: For enhanced security, it is recommended to change the default Wi-Fi password to something more secure and unique. This can typically be done through the device's settings or configuration interface.
  • Regular Updates: Keep your ROCK R3 Pro and R3 LiDAR systems updated with the latest firmware and software updates to ensure optimal performance and security.

By following these steps, you will have your ROCK R3 Pro and R3 LiDAR systems connected to Wi-Fi in no time, ready to perform your data collection and mapping tasks efficiently. If you encounter any issues, please refer to the user manual or contact our support team for assistance.

Happy Mapping!