The CID is a display on the back of the CEW that provides information about the CEW. When the safety switch is shifted into the up (ARMED) position, the CID will display the cartridge bays and battery status.
|The battery is fully charged.|
|The battery is not fully charged, but still serviceable.|
|The battery needs charging. This icon will blink.|
|Battery Error. If you see a blinking battery icon with an X through it, this indicates that the CEW did not recognize the battery correctly. Remove the power pack and reinsert it. If the error is still present, try another battery pack. If the icon still displays, the CEW should be serviced.|
Sample CID displays
The CID below shows a TASER 7 CEW loaded with two cartridges, one of which is deployed. The battery is still at full capacity.
The CID below shows the left cartridge bay loaded, and the right cartridge bay empty. The battery is at full capacity.
The CID below shows that the left cartridge has an error, and the right cartridge is deployed. The battery is at full capacity.
The CID below shows that two cartridges are ready to be deployed, but there is a battery error.
The CID below shows a CID in Function Test mode. With the safety in the down (SAFE) position, the TASER operator has pressed both Arc switches simultaneously. The firmware version and the remaining battery charge (percentage) display.
The CID below shows the CEW is in the Function Test mode after the TASER operator shifted the safety switch to the up (ARMED) position. The colors are reversed in Function Test mode—the background is yellow, and the loaded cartridges are black.
The CID below shows a CEW synchronizing its logs to the battery pack. Do not remove the battery pack from the CEW until the hourglass icon disappears.
If there are both a battery error and a CEW error at the same time, the CID will alternate between the two icons below: