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Hitachi CR2111H Programming




HITACHI CR2111H

NOTES:  This is a dual NAM unit.
        The ESN prefix is 132 decimal, 84 hex
        Hitachi: 213-537-8383

PROGRAMING: (626 spells NAM)

1.  Turn on power.

2.  Select NAM one by entering OPT, DIAL, MAIN, or select NAM two by
    entering OPT, DIAL, SUB

3.  Enter OPT, 6, 2, 6, RCL (ignore the error tone).

4.  The UP and DOWN keys are used to enter and scroll through the data.

5.  At any time press OPT, 6, 2, 6, STO to store new data and exit
    programing mode.

6.  At any time press OPT, 6, 2, 6, CLR to ABORT programing.

7.  The display will show "1" or "2" in the top left to denote the current
    NAM.

PROGRAMING DATA:

STEP#    #OF DIGITS/RANGE    DISPLAY        DESCRIPTION

01       00000 - 32767       SIDH           SYSTEM ID
02       0 OR 1              LOCAL          LOCAL USE MARK
03       0 OR 1              MINMK          MIN MARK
04       0 OR 1              A-B            PREFERRED SYSTEM
05       0 OR 1              NROAM          ROAM INHIBIT
06       10 DIGITS           PHONE NUMBER   MIN (AREA CODE & TEL#)
07       2 DIGITS            SCM            STATION CLASS MARK
08       0333 OR 0334        IPCH           INITIAL PAGING CHANNEL
09       2 DIGITS            OLC            ACCESS OVERLOAD CLASS
10       0 OR 1              SYS            PREFERRED SYSTEM
11       2 DIGITS            GIM            GROUP ID (10 IN USA)
12       3 DIGITS            LCODE          LOCK CODE
13       0 OR 1              DTMF           TRANSMIT DTMF
14       0 OR 1              HF             HANDS FREE

LOCK: Press software key then LOCK.  UNLOCK: Enter three digit code.

SYSTEM SELECT: OPT, software key SYST to display, software key SCRL to scroll,
software key SELC to store: A/B, B/A, A ONLY, B ONLY, HOME ONLY. 


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