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Minitor VI Questions

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tuckerm
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Minitor VI Questions

Postby tuckerm » Tue Sep 30, 2014 10:44 am

Two Questions:

1: Is there an engineering mode on the Min 6s to change from 1 Channel to 5 or is it a hardware thing? Just curious about it. We're good with 1 Freq but want to know if it's possible in the future.
2: Trying to figure out how to setup SWs. I can do what I want pretty well with only two Call Tones, but what about adding a third on SW H? I want that to be a third tone set only alerting on H (still having Tones 1 & 2 alerting on it too), But I still need Call 1 to only alert on SW C & SW E. Is this possible with the Min6 or am I out of luck? These are only 1 Freq pagers.

Call 1, 2, and 3.

SW A: Call 1 & 2 Tone
SW B: Call 1 & 2 Vibrate
SW C: Call 1 Tone
SW D: Monitor
SW E: Call 1 Vibrate

SW H: Call 1,2, & 3 Tone


Thanks.
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Re: Minitor VI Questions

Postby RFguy » Tue Sep 30, 2014 11:36 am

Short answer:

1: NO

2: You need a 5-frequency model to your H position function as you specified.

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Re: Minitor VI Questions

Postby tuckerm » Wed Oct 01, 2014 4:07 am

Thanks, appreciate it.
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