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4. Press the TRANSMIT button. The TRANSMIT display lights during transmission, and the pager’s display flashes the message code number. See Section 5.6. If desired, press TRANSMIT again to re-send the current message code. 5. Press A/C or CANCEL, then repeat Steps 3 and 4 if you want to transmit another message code. 24 CAMPUS PAGER 5.6 Receiving a Message Code with the Tone Pager When a Tone Pager is turned ON and receives a page, it sounds 12 beeps and flashes the received message code on its

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Turn the pager OFF. 2. Press and hold the ON/OFF switch, then slide it to the ON position (see ON OFF Figure 5-2. Pager ON/OFF Switch. 22 CAMPUS PAGER 3. Make sure that the Campus Pager is turned ON, then enter a two-digit pager code (00-99) and then 0. 4. Press the TRANSMIT button on the Campus Pager, and the unit will transmit the pager code to the pager. The pager will beep four times, and flash “L” on its display four times. The pager then beeps 12 times and simultaneously flashes 0 on its d

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5.1 Overview Before operating the Campus Pager, be sure that you understand the following information concerning the paging system’s capabilities. The Campus Pager covers a maximum range of up to two miles using the supplied center-loaded antenna. This distance is based on average conditions over a line-of-sight path. This range may be less, depending on surrounding conditions. The Campus Pager sends a number (from 0-9) to one or all of the pagers. The pagers in turn beep and display the numbere

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The positions should be 5-7/8” apart. Drill the two holes, then thread the two screws into the wall. The screws should extend 1/5”. Do not over-tighten the screws. 4. Align the keyholes on the back of the brackets with the two screws, then push in and press down to secure the Campus Pager to the wall. See Figure 4-3. 16 CAMPUS PAGER Figure 4-3. Connecting the Campus Pager to the mounted screws. You can use an outdoor base antenna in place of the supplied antenna to increase the Campus Pager’s tr

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You can replace this antenna with an outdoor antenna for extended transmittion range. One of your local consumer electronics stores might carry an outdoor antenna. If you cannot locate a store that sells an antenna, call for technical support. • “Low Battery” alarm—shows when the pager’s battery level is low. 3.2 Tone Pager (FX801A) The Tone Pager beeps 12 times every ten seconds. This process is repeated three times and then the pager beeps once every 60 seconds. Pressing the on/off button allo

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Use a surge suppressor on the input power supply of the Campus Pager. WARNING BEWARE OF ELECTRIC SHOCK!!! You might be shocked if you remove the cover or back of the Campus Pager. THERE ARE NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE! If you have problems with your Campus Pager, call for technical support. WARNING You might cause a fire if you expose the Campus Pager to rain or moisture! Keep the unit in a clean, dry environment. To reduce the risk of fire, do not set the Campus Pager on any heating or coo





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