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Linear RE-1 Installation Manual: Transmitter Programming; Telephone Programming

Linear network router user manual.

TRANSMITTER PROGRAMMING

Adding Transmitters
Up to 24 groups of transmitters can be assigned common access privileges
sharing the same one or two time zones. Up to 100 transmitters total in all
groups combined can be used in each RE-1 system.
Press:
Number
Time Zone 1
Number = Number of transmitters in the group
Facility Code = Facility code 0-15 marked on block of transmitters;
First ID = 5-digit ID number of fi rst transmitter in group.
Time Zone 1 = 0 = no time zone; 1-7 to restrict access per time zone 1-7
Time Zone 2 = 0 = no time zone; 1-7 to restrict access per time zone 1-7
✦ NOTE: If the Time Zone 1 entry is set to "0", the Time Zone 2 entry is
ignored.
Suspend or Activate a Transmitter
Each transmitter programmed can be individually suspended from use for
access with this programming PPN. The transmitter will remain suspended
until it is re-activated using this same programming PPN.
Press:
Facility
Facility = Facility code 0-15 of transmitter
ID = 5-digit ID number of transmitter
Action: 0 = Suspend transmitter; 1 = Re-activate transmitter
Erasing All Transmitters
★ WARNING: Performing this command will remove all
transmitters from the memory.
Press:
Assigning Transmitter Buttons to Relays
The RE-1 can be programmed to control which relay will activate from
which transmitter button. This setting will effect all transmitters (single and
multi-channel) used with the RE-1
Press:
Button: 1 = Right (or Top Right); 2 = Left (or Top Left)
4 = Top; 5 = Bottom Right; 6 = Bottom Left
Relay: 0 = None; 1 = Relay #1; 2 = Relay #2; 3 = Both Relays
BOTH
FUNCTION
AS LEFT
LEFT
BUTTON
BUTTON
ACT-31
SINGLE-CHANNEL
TRANSMITTERS
MDT
TOP
BUTTON
BOTH EQUALS
TOP BUTTON
RIGHT
LEFT
BUTTON
BUTTON
LEFT
BUTTON
ACT-22
MDT-2
THREE-CHANNEL
TRANSMITTERS
Facility Code
First ID
Time Zone 2
ID
Action
000000
000000
Defaults:
Left (or Top Left) = Relay #1
Right (or Top Right) = Relay #2
Top Button = Both Relays
Lower Left = None
Lower Right = None
Button
Relay
RIGHT
BUTTON
BOTTOM-LEFT
BUTTON
BOTTOM-RIGHT
ACT-34
FOUR-CHANNEL
ACT-21
TRANSMITTER
TOP
BUTTON
RIGHT
RIGHT
BUTTON
BUTTON
LEFT
BUTTON
BOTTOM-RIGHT
BOTTOM-LEFT
BUTTON
BUTTON
MDT-4
FIVE-CHANNEL
TRANSMITTER
TELEPHONE PROGRAMMING
Maximum Number of Visitor Rings
Changes the maximum number of distinctive rings that the RE-1 will
generate to the local telephones when the CALL button is pressed.
Call Forwarding Dialing Method
Sets the dialing method used during call forwarding to either tone or pulse
style.
Visitor Talk Time Limit
Sets the time that the visitor is allowed to talk to the resident. Ten seconds
before the time expires, the voice synthesizer will announce "ten seconds",
and at fi ve seconds it will announce "fi ve seconds", to the visitor. If the voice
synthesizer is disabled (PPN #44), a beep will sound each second during
the last ten seconds of time allowed.
Call Waiting Feature On/Off
Turns the call waiting feature on or off. If call waiting is on (factory default)
and the resident is on the telephone at the same time a visitor calls, the
RE-1 will generate beeps on the resident's telephone line to signal that a
visitor is calling. The resident has the option to switch to the visitor's call.
If the call waiting feature is off and the resident is on the telephone at the
same time a visitor calls, the RE-1 will announce "resident busy" to the
visitor.
Privacy Feature Schedule
The privacy feature will block visitor's calls and call forwarding during the
selected Time Zone or at all times. If the privacy feature is active and a visitor
calls, the RE-1 will announce "do not disturb resident". If call forwarding
is scheduled (PPN #54) and the privacy feature is active, the RE-1 will
announce "do not disturb resident" and visitor's call will not be forwarded.
Press:
Privacy: 0 = Privacy feature OFF
Time Zone = 1-7 (Privacy feature active during this Time Zone)
Intercom Mode On/Off
The RE-1 includes an Intercom Mode that allows the unit to be operated
independent of the Public Switched Network. In this mode, the RE-1 directly
supplies the power for the house telephone(s) connected to it.
To use the RE-1 in intercom mode, connect the telephone line as shown
LEFT
BUTTON
under Telephone Wiring Options on Page 6. Note that the RE-1's Telephone
Bypass Module is included in the circuit for additional telephone line
surge protection. Be sure the Telephone Bypass Module's switch is in the
BUTTON
NORMAL position.
NOTE: Because there is no connection to the Public Switched Telephone
Network, the call forwarding and alternate resident telephone dialing
features will not be availa
This programming step turns the intercom mode on or off. If intercom mode
is on, the RE-1 will power the house telephone(s).
If intercom mode is off, the Telephone Company will power the house
telephone(s).
Press:
Rings
Rings = 1-15 Rings maximum
Press:
Method
Method: 1 = Pulse; 2 = Tone
Press:
Limit
Limit = 15-255 Seconds allowed
Press:
Call Waiting
Call Waiting: 1 = ON; 0 = OFF
Privacy
Time Zone
1 = Privacy feature ON (scheduled by Time Zone)
2 = Privacy feature ON at all times
ble.
Press
Intercom Mode
Intercom Mode: 1 = ON; 0 = OFF
Default: 5 Rings
Default: Tone
Default: 60 Seconds
Default: On
Default: Off
Default : Off
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