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Card Reader Controls And Indicators; Card Reader Operation; Standard Power-up Procedures - Honeywell LEVEL 6 Operation Manual

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CARD READER CONTROLS AND INDICA ­
TORS
Card reader controls and indicators arc located
on the front panel of the device as shown in
Figure 3-7.
POWER
RESET
LT.
CHK.
Figure 3-7. Card Reader Operator Panel
POWER:
Alternate action pushbutton-indica­
tor, applies and removes power from
the card reader. When lit (white) the
indicator indicates to the operator
that power is available. This control
should not be used as a normal stop
control when the device is operating,
for the results are unspecified. Stan­
dard operating power-down proce ­
dures must be followed (see para ­
graph
entitled,
Standard
Power ­
Down Procedures).
RESET:
Momentary action pushbutton-indi ­
cator used to reset the logic func ­
tions in the card reader. The in­
dicator when illuminated (yellow),
indicates to the operator that the
"
device is in a standby (offline) state
due to either a malfunction or a
check condition within the device or
system interface. The indicator will
also illuminate if the card transport
motor is brought to a stop.
STOP:
Momentary action pushbutton con­
trol. When pressed, it stops the card
transport motor and places the de ­
vice in an offline state. The indicator
on the REST control will illuminate.
CARD READER DEVICES
80 COLI
51
coU:
Alternate action pushbutton indica ­
tor
selects either
80-column or
51-column hole reading format. The
lighted half of the indicator (white)
displays the selected type of cards to
be read.
NOTE:
Mixing of 80-and 51­
column cards is not rec­
ommended, as the re­
sults are unspecified.
MARKS/
Alternate action pushbutton indica ­
STD2:
tor, selects reflective (mark) or trans ­
missive (punch) mode operation of
the read station. The lighted half
(white) of the indicator displays the
selected condition.
40 COLI
Alternate action push button indica­
80 COL2: tor,
selects
either
the
40-or
80-column internal timing formats.
The illuminated half of the indicator
(white), displays the selected condi­
tion.
CARD READER OPERA nON
Operating procedures for the card reader are
described in the paragraphs to follow. For mark
sense operation, see paragraphs entitled Mark
Sense Operation, and Marking The Cards. Overall
Level 6 system operating procedures are described
in Section 2 of this manual.
Standard Power-Up Procedures
Prior to powering-up the card reader, it is
assumed that all electrical cables have been
properly connected and secured, and that there
are no cards in the hoppers.
1. Press the POWER button on the card
reader panel. The POWER indicator will
light indicating that power is available to
the device. The RESET indicator will also
light, indicating in this case, that the input
hopper is empty.
2. Remove the card follower from the input
hopper (See Figure 3-8) and load the input
hopper with cards in accordance with the
card loading procedures described in para ­
graph entitled, Card Loading.
1 All card readers have the added capability of reading 51-column
cards only if Option CRF91 0 1 is installed.
2Available only on
CRU9102!9104 devices.
3-7
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