BOOMERANG PAGING SYSTEM (RCL

BOOMERANG PAGING SYSTEM (RCL
 BOOMERANG PAGING SYSTEM (RCL‐T800) Manual RCL Korea A. EASY INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION StepX Lock the antenna to the right corner of the Boomerang RCL‐T800 Transmitter. (Fit over plug and twist left to lock antenna in place) StepY Plug the Boomerang RCL‐T800 Transmitter A/C adaptor into the Boomerang RCL‐T800 Transmitter and then into a standard outlet. A surge protector is recommended. Step Z RCL‐T800 Transmitter will be fully charged in 4 hours. B. SYSTEM SETTING To enter programming mode, press the “SETUP” button and enter the password “ * * 8 # # ” followed by “ENTER”. If the password is accepted, the display will show “Menu Option F1:Up F2:Down” Use the “F1” or “F2” key to scroll through the several menu options or press “CANCEL” key to exit the system setting menu. 1. Set Time Display With this feature, you can setup current time into the Boomerang transmitter. z At the “Set Time” menu, set the hour using Number key and then press “ENTER” key. z Then enter the minutes and press “ENTER” key. z Press “# 1” key to select “AM”, “# 2” is to select “PM”. After selection of it, then press “ENTER” key z After the correct time is set, press the “ENTER” 2.Set Alerts Type With this feature, you can have the option of changing your pagers alert type. To change the alert type of your pagers, follow the below instructions: z
At the “Set Alerts” menu, press the “ENTER” key z
If the “Change?” menu appears, press “# 1” key to select “Yes”, “#2”key is to select “NO”, then press “ENTER” key ( press “CANCEL” key, and return to the main menu ) z
Select one of 1~7 Alert modes, then press “ENTER” key. 1) Vibration 2) LED 3) Beep 4) Beep/Vib/LED 5) Vibe/LED 6) Beep/Vib 7) Beep/LED ( Use the “F1” key to scroll through these 7 alert modes ) z
The pagers will now respond with your new selected alert type. ※ you could change alert type with boomerang transmitter Select your desired alert type from the table below. Type of Alert Transmitter Code Vibrate only #*001 LED lights only #*002 Beep only #*003 Vibrate, LED light, and Beep #*004 Vibrate and LED light #*005 Beep and Vibrate #*006 Beep and LED light #*007 Sleep mode #*016 After all of the charging racks in your system are unplugged, return to the transmitter and follow the following procedure: 1. Select your desired alert type combination from the table above: 2. At the “PAGER # :” prompt, enter the code 7288 on the keypad. 3. Press the blue “SETUP” key above the large red CANCEL key. 4. Your transmitter should then show “MESSAGE : ” 5. Enter the Transmitter Code that corresponds to the alert combination you would like the Customer pager to tone. The * and the # buttons will look like [] on the display. This is normal. 6. Press the large orange “ENTER” button. At this point, all of the pagers in your system should tone with the alert that you selected. To reset the pagers and stop the tones, plug the Charging Racks back into the power. 3.Set Alert Time With this feature, you can set the alert time, how long the pager alerts, when the pager receive the signal from the transmitter. To change the Alert time mode of your pagers, follow these instructions: z
At the “Set Alert Time” menu, press “Enter” key. z
If the “Change?” menu appears, press “# 1” key to select “Yes” or “# 2” key to select “#”. Then press “ENTER” key. ( Press “CANCEL” key to exit, and return to the main menu ) z
Select one of 1∼8 Alert time modes as below, then press “ENTER” key 1) 05 SEC 2) 15 SEC 3) 30 SEC 4) 60 SEC 5) 90 SEC 6) 120 SEC 7) 180 SEC 8) Continuance (Use the “F1” key to scroll through the 8 alert time modes) Also, you could change alert time with boomerang transmitter Select your desired alert time from the table below. Time of Alert Transmitter Code 5 seconds #*010 15 seconds #*012 30 seconds #*013 60 seconds #*014 120 seconds #*015 After all of the charging racks in your system are unplugged, return to the transmitter and follow the following procedure: 1. Select your desired tone length from the table above: 2. At the “PAGER # :” prompt, enter the code 7288 on the keypad. 3. Press the blue “SETUP” key above the large red CANCEL key. 4. Your transmitter should then show “MESSAGE: ” 5. Enter the Transmitter Code that corresponds to the length of time you would like the Customer pager to tone. The * and the # buttons will look like [] on the display. This is normal. 6. Press the large orange “ENTER” button. At this point, all of the pagers in your system should tone for the amount of time that you selected. To reset the pagers and stop the tones, plug the Charging Racks back into the power. 4.Out of Range With this feature, the pagers will play a melody when taken out of range from the transmitter to inform the guest that they are located “Out of Range” and will miss their page. The melody will only stop, when they return back within range. To turn the Out of Range “USE” or “NOT” z
At the “Out of Rng” menu, press “Enter” key. z
Press “#1” key, then “ENTER” key to turn the Out of Range “USE” (“#2” key is to select “NOT”) z
Return all the pagers to the charger base or plug the power supply. The pagers are ready to receive the page with its new message mode. 5.Auto MSG With this feature, you can choose if you will send some designated messages. z
At the “Auto MSG” menu, press “ENTER” key z
Then press “#1” key, then “ENTER” key to select “USE.” (“#2” key is to select “NOT”) z
Return all the pagers to the charger base or plug the power supply. The pagers are ready to receive the page with its new message mode 6.Prog Pager # (ID WRITER PORT) With this feature, you can change a pager number. <Writing Mode> z
At “prog pager # ” menu, press the “Enter” Key z
If the “Pager # Change?” is displayed, press “#1” key to select “Yes” or “#2” key to select “NOT” Then press “ENTER” key. ( Press “CANCEL” key to exit, and return to the main menu ) z
Connect the pin programmer jig to the pager programming holes. z
If the LED is blinking, write the digits to program a pager number. z
Then press “F4” Key. <Reading Mode> z
At “Prog pager #” menu, press the “Enter” Key z
If the “Pager # Change?” appears, press “#1” key to select “Yes” or “#2” key to select “NOT”. Then press “ENTER” key. ( Press “CANCEL” key to exit, and return to the main menu ) z
If the LED is blinking, connect the pin programmer jig to the pager 5‐slot holes. z
Then press “F3” Key z
The pager number is seen on the LCD screen. 7.Frequency With this feature, you can choose 16 types of frequency z
At the “Freq” menu, press “ENTER” key z
If the “Freq to Change?” is displayed, press “#1” key to select “Yes” or “#2” key to select “NOT”. Then press “ENTER” key. ( Press “CANCEL” key to exit, and return to the main menu ) z
Select one of 1~16 Frequency modes, then press “ENTER” key. ( Use the “F1” or “F2” key to scroll through these 36 Frequency modes ) 01) 445.0000 02) 445.9000 03) 445.9250 04) 446.1000 05) 446.4750 06) 446.5250 07) 449.5750 08) 449.7500 09) 449.8000 10) 450.0000 11) 450.0500 12) 450.3250 13) 450.3750 14) 456.8750 15) 457.5250 16) 457.5500 17) 457.5750 18) 457.6000 19) 459.0500 20) 459.1000 21) 459.6500 22) 460.2250 23) 461.2625 24) 461.3000 25) 461.4750 26) 461.4875 27) 462.7500 28) 467.7500 29) 467.7750 30) 467.8000 31) 467.8250 32) 467.8750 33) 467.9000 34) 467.9250 35) 468.1125 36) 469.0250 8.System ID With this feature, you can set one of base ID (0~200) z
At the “System ID” menu, press “ENTER” key z
If the “System Base ID” is displayed, press 3Digits to setup its base ID 9.Group ID With this feature, you can set group ID’s (0000~9999). z
At the “Group ID_1” menu, press 4digits(0000~9999) to setup User’s Group ID and “ENTER” key : Default Group ID: 7288 z
If the “Group ID_2” menu appears, press 4digits(0000~9999) to setup Manager’s Group ID : Default Group ID: 9984
10. Out of Range ID With this feature, you can set out of range ID (0000~9999) z
At the “Out of Range” menu, press 4digits(0000~9999) to setup Out of Range ID and “ENTER” key : Default Group ID: 0000 11. Baud Rate With this feature, you can select BPS (512/1200) z
At the “Baud Rate” menu, press “ENTER” key, z
If the “ Baud Rate to Chg” menu appears, press “#1” key to select “Yes”, “#2” key is to select “NOT”, then press “ENTER” key z
Press “#1” key to select “512” or “#2” key to select “1200.” Then press “ENTER” key. 12. Field Test With this feature, you can send the out of range “off” message one by ten seconds. z
At the “Field Test” menu, press “ENTER” key. z
If the “Field Test?” menu appears, press “#1” key to select “Yes”, “#2” key is to select “NOT”, then press “ENTER” key 13. ID Writer (ID WRITER PORT) With this feature, you can change the settings (Serial number, Baud Rate, System Base ID, Cap1 ‐Group ID, Cap2‐All Page ID, Cap3 ‐ Out of Range ID, Cap4 ‐ Individual ID). z
At the “ID Writer” menu, press the “Enter” key. z
If the LED is blinking, connect the pin programmer jig to the pager programming holes. z
Using these keys ( F1 Key : UP, F2 Key : Down, F3 Key : Read, F4 Key : Write ), you can setup these settings hereinafter. 1. Serial NO. 2. Baud Rate 3. System Base ID 4. Cap1‐Group ID 5. Cap2‐All Page ID 6. Cap3‐Out of Range ID 7. Cap4‐Individual ID SPECIFICATION FEATURE
BENEFIT
Battery Life
° Standby time: 20 hours.(out of range :OFF)
2 hours(out of range: ON)
° Maximum transmitting time: 1000 times
° Low battery display
ID WIRTER PORT
For MINI BOOMERANG RX CAPCODE PROGRAM
PRO-BOX PORT
For PC OR PRO BOX
NOTE:
THE MANUFACTURER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY RADIO OR TV
INTERFERENCE CAUSED BY UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS TO THIS EQUIPMENT.
SUCH MODIFICATIONS COULD VOID THE USER S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE
EQUIPMENT.
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RF EXPOSURE STATSURE STATEMENT
Your Pager Transmitter contains a radio frequency transmitter.
When the button is pushed the transmitter sends our RF singnals.
CAUTION :
To comply with FCC RF exposure compliance requirements,
A separation distance of at least 8 inches(20Cm) must be maintained
Between the antenna of this transmitter and all persons, during
Normal operation. The antenna used for this transmitter must not be coLocated or operating in conjunction with any other antenna of transmitter.
Unauthorized antennas, modifications, of attachments could damage the
Transmitter and may violate FCC regulations.
For a Class A digital device or peripheral, the instructions finished the user shall include
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Note : This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
Digital device. Pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful in a commercial environment. This equipment generates.
Uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of
this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user
will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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