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MEI CT3000 Programming




MEI CT3000

NOTES:  This is a dual NAM unit.
        The ESN prefix is 167 decimal, A7 hex.
        Monsor Electronics: 416-475-8444

PROGRAMING:

1.  Turn power on & wait for "READY" to be displayed.

2.  Enter 1 2 3 5 8 * 0 # 9 8 0 #.

3.  The phone will display "Tst id>1", press 1 to access programing
    mode, or any other key to abort.

4.  The phone will display "NAM id>N" where N is the NAM number.

5.  Press 1 or 2 to select the NAM you wish to program.

6.  The * key is used to store each item and increment the step number.

7.  Having entered all new data press END when phone displays "Tst id>1"
    to exit and complete programing.  You may also press 1 to revert to
    step 4 above.

PROGRAMING DATA:

STEP#    #OF DIGITS/RANGE    DISPLAY        DESCRIPTION

01       0000 - 32767        SIDH           SYSTEM ID
02       0 OR 1              LU             LOCAL USE MARK
03       0 OR 1              MIN            MIN MARK
04       10 DIGITS                          MIN (AREA CODE & TEL#)
05       2 DIGITS            SCM            STATION CLASS MARK
06       333 OR 334          IPCH           INITIAL PAGING CHANNEL
07       2 DIGITS            ACCOLC         ACCESS OVERLOAD CLASS
08       0 OR 1              PS             PREFERRED SYSTEM (0=B, 1=A)
09       2 DIGITS            GIM            GROUP ID (10 IN USA)
10       3 DIGITS            LOCK           LOCK CODE
11       0 OR 1              EE             TRANSMIT DTMF (END TO END)
12       0 OR 1              REP            REPERTORY DIALING
13       O OR 1              HA             HORN ALERT
14       0 OR 1              HF             HANDS FREE
15       3 DIGITS            SCRT           CALL RESTRICTION CODE


LOCK: F 7. UNLOCK: Enter three digit code.

SYSTEM SELECT: F 0 to display, RCL to scroll, STO to store. 


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