"DC IN no protection". What does that mean exactly?
it also gets the onboard green "Done" to light up as well.
On the left, the resistor is on the stat1 line, the long leg of the LED is in line with the second leg of the resistor and the short leg of the LED is on the gnd line.
If you need to connect larger LEDs or a microcontroller up to these status pins, you can us the STATUS 0.1" breakout on the bottom edge of the PCB. The pins are open drain, so they will short to ground when 'active' and float when 'inactive' - you'll want to use a pullup resistor if you need a digital signal or connect LEDs just like shown below on the schematic, if you want bigger lights.
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