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Panasonic EB 2500/2501/2502, TP 500/800 Series Programming




PANASONIC EB 2500/2501/2502, TP 500/800 SERIES.

NOTES:  This is a dual NAM mobile or transportable unit.
        The ESN prefix is 136 decimal & 88 hex.
        Panasonic: 201-392-6053


NAM PROGRAMING:

1.  This unit requires a programing adaptor, part number EB-W0134, if you
    do not have one try one of the following:

If the phone has a transportable pack with a charged battery you can jump
pins 2 and 3 of the power connector with a paper clip or tweezers.  With
the transceiver right side up (rubber feet on the bottom) look at the power
connector, pin 2 is bottom right, and pin 3 is top center.  In the
following diagram the X marks the top of the connector where the plastic
clip on the power cord is:

                                 X
                               5 3 1
                               6 4 2

Ignore any numbers stamped on the connector and remember this shows the
power connector looking at the transceiver, or wire side of the power cord.

If the phone does not have a transportable pack you can remove the plastic
cap from the power cord and jump pins 2 and 3 as above.

2.  Turn power on with pins 2 and 3 jumpered.

3.  Enter * 0 0 0 0 #, phone will display "0", you are now in maintenance
    mode.

4.  Enter * 1 SND for NAM 1, or * 2 SND for NAM 2.  Phone will display "1"
    or "2".  Note that NAM 2 has entries 01 through 06 only.

5.  Each data entry can be looked at by pressing RCL followed by the
    location (step) number below.

6.  To store new data enter the value, press STO followed by the location
    (step) number below.  For example to enter a system ID of 00031 enter
    00031 STO 01.  Data can be entered or reviewed in any order.

7.  At any time press STO * * to complete programing and return to
    maintenance mode.

8.  At any time press STO # # to ABORT programing and return to maintenance
    mode.

9.  Press * 4 SND to exit maintenance mode.


PROGRAMING DATA:

STEP#    #OF DIGITS/RANGE    DESCRIPTION

01       00000 - 32767       SYSTEM ID
02       10 DIGITS           MIN (AREA CODE & TEL NUMBER)
03       0 OR 1              PREFERRED SYSTEM
04       333 OR 334          INITIAL PAGING CHANNEL
05       2 DIGITS            ACCESS OVERLOAD CLASS
06       2 DIGITS            GROUP ID (10 IN USA)
07       2 DIGITS            DIALED DIGIT LIMIT (00= NO LIMIT)
08       08 ONLY             STATION CLASS MARK
09       UP TO 12 DIGITS     SPEED DIAL NUMBER (PERMANENT NUMBER STORED IN
                             LOCATION 00)
10       2 TO 4 DIGITS       LOCK CODE
11       8 DIGIT, 0 OR 1     SEE NOTE 1 BELOW.
12       8 DIGIT, 0 OR 1     SEE NOTE 2 BELOW
13       8 DIGIT, 0 OR 1     SEE NOTE 3 BELOW


NOTES:

1.  Suggested entry is: 11000100.

Digit 1 = Local use Mark
Digit 2 = MIN Mark
Digit 3 = Not Used
Digit 4 = Not Used
Digit 5 = Not Used
Digit 6 = Horn Alert  (Select only if radio mute is "0")
Digit 7 = Radio Mute  (Select only if horn alert is "0")
Digit 8 = Not Used

2.  Suggested entry is: 00010100.

Digit 1 = Not Used
Digit 2 = Built in Monitor
Digit 3 = Auto Lock (if set to 1 and unlock code is unknown phone will NOT
                    enter program mode.)
Digit 4 = Full Lock
Digit 5 = Not Used
(Enable only one of the following)
Digit 6 = Allow user A/B select
Digit 7 = Preferred system only
Digit 8 = Home system only (no Roam)

3.  Suggested entry is: 11000111.

Digit 1 = Received call indicator
Digit 2 = Continuous DTMF
Digit 3 = Not Used
Digit 4 = Dial Lock
Digit 5 = Not Used
Digit 6 = Enable permanent timer (FCN 1)
Digit 7 = Enable resetable timer (FCN 2)
Digit 8 = Enable individual call timer


READING ESN FROM HANDSET:

1.  Power up phone with pins 2 and 3 jumpered as above.

2.  Enter * 0 0 0 0 #.

3.  Press * 3 SND.

4.  Press 1 1 SND, phone will display decimal ESN, note that the leading
    "1" of the 136 ESN prefix will be omitted as the phone only has a ten
    digit display capacity.

LOCK: F 3 2 = Dial Lock, F 3 1 = Send lock, F 3 0 = Full lock

UNLOCK: Enter two to four digit code.


A/B SYSTEM SELECT:

1.  Phone will default to preferred/non-preferred on every power up.

2.  A only: F 7 2

3.  B only: F 7 3

4.  Home only: F 7 4




  


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