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#621141 - 06/15/18 05:06 PM Programming Help  
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Trying to program class 10 Station User ID and have only been able to enter the first Character...Any idea what I need to do to get to the 2nd character?


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#621149 - 06/15/18 09:28 PM Re: Programming Help [Re: misskahill]  
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I haven't programmed with a phone in about 15 years.....Try pressing the HOLD button to advance one space to the right. If I remember correctly, pressing the # key toggles upper and lower case. If HOLD doesn't work, try SPKR. Like I said, it's been a long time...

Be sure to press the ENTER key- key number 12- when finished.

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#621277 - 06/19/18 10:50 PM Re: Programming Help [Re: misskahill]  
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I can't imagine what it would be like to program an entire system from a phone!

You may already have this - the programming template. Don't know if I'm doing this right. going to try to insert a link to it. Doesn't answer your question though, how to advance to the next character.

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#621278 - 06/19/18 11:07 PM Re: Programming Help [Re: misskahill]  
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#621308 - 06/20/18 04:32 PM Re: Programming Help [Re: misskahill]  
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I have an ADIX -VS in the shop. I'll try it later today and get you a definitive answer.

As you may have guessed if I had a choice, I'd rather be in jail than program an entire system with the keyset. I've done it in the past, but I don't like to think about it....


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#621374 - 06/21/18 07:49 PM Re: Programming Help [Re: misskahill]  
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Got a chance to try it in the shop, maybe JBean's message told you this: SPKR advances to the next character, TRAN goes back. Enter (per template) when done, if I didn't hit Next it wouldn't save. I found '1' does different characters including a space when I re-programmed the name: Sarah 1

#621399 - 06/22/18 04:58 PM Re: Programming Help [Re: misskahill]  
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I wonder what you guys did years ago after a system was defaulted? I guess you had a written or printed record of all the configuration. I thought I was going to have to do that with a Samsung system, not sure of the model, the power supplies say 56/120. Fortunately the memory was intact after replacing the power supply. I 'practiced' just to get familiar with the procedure in the shop with the system we have. That's what reminded me to try it with an Adix. We're actually installing an Adix for a customer at a new site they moved to with Gen 3 24 button phones. They're saving big bucks over something new, and we have a good supply of spare parts.

#621411 - 06/23/18 01:37 AM Re: Programming Help [Re: misskahill]  
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Programming sheets were an absolute must on a system install, even with the first programmers, only because it took three or four floppy discs- some of you may have to Google 'floppy disc" -just in case something went wrong. A three-ring binder was part of the parts list on every new install for many years.


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#621875 - 07/09/18 11:06 PM Re: Programming Help [Re: misskahill]  
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Yes, those 3-ring binders were in the switchroom in the 80s when I was with Rolm, At least with the Iwatsu you could program a defaulted system. The older Rolm systems used cassette tapes and a Techtran loader. Failures when loading were common. With no database, there was no dial tone, nothing. If no luck at all we'd bring tapes from another customer's system and try those just to get it going. Of course the database was different so there were many phones/trunks not working. I think in that case a new copy of the software would need to be generated in California and sent out, of course by mail. The memory batteries for those were big 12v gel cells.

I'll never forget during Rolm training in 1984 when we did the reloading of a down system and the cassette based system's load was successful, the instructor said 'I don't believe it - it worked!' It was great when the Rolm 8000 came out with a floppy disk system, they were 8" so they could fit all 180K. Not Meg, Kilo,

We recently bought some cordless phone 3.6v batteries for the Adix CPUs. I always save the original battery connectors. The new 3.6v batteries can be connected to the Adix CPU with caution - the polarity must be observed because the battery plug can be inserted both ways.


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