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INTRODUCTION TO THE FEELSAFE@OMNI SECURITY SYSTEM
Congratulations! You now have a Security System engineered using the latest advances in electronic and computer technology. The system contains a microprocessor chip that gives you the advantage of the most sophisticated security functions, without interfering with your normal living habits. You can look forward to many years of trouble-free service from your FEELSAFE Security System, and enjoy the Peace-of-Mind of knowing that you and your propem/ are well-protected. r) t
THE HEARTOF YOUR SECURITYSYSTEMIS THE OMNI 1000 CONTROL PANEL
All detecting devices are electronically connected to the control panel. When a violation is detected, the Control Panel reacts by settin the appropriate devices into action. B may I l cause a siren to sound l transmit a coded signal to the monitoring statlon @cause lights on the keypad to blink, etc. The circuitry self-tests every 20 seconds to diagnose and report any malfunction immediately. This Self-Diagnostic feature assures you that your system will function dependably at all times.
Detection Devices (input) Smoke Detector -IReaction Devices (output)
Remote Digital Keypad
Omni 1000 users guide table of contents
Page Introduction.... t t 4 turning off buzzer of buzzer Page.,.. 4 4
System explained digital code keypad
key functions... , programming arm/disarm user codes... 2 temporary user 1 code additional erasing 4 exit/entry ambush user codes fallback defined codes code.
arm/disarm. panic (option)
System functions instant mode zone bypass. reset meanings green red. amber
.. 5.. 5
. 5. 5. 6. 6. 7
(authortzatton user codes
... of lights.....
a user code delay times code (option) guide
.. 7.. 8
YOU COMMUNICATE WITH YOUR SECURITYSYSTEMVIA THE OMNI 1000 REMOTE DIGITAL KEYPAD
The Keypad REPORTS THE STATUS of your system (armedldisarmed, zone(s) bypassed, trouble] at all times, by means of various lights. You CONTROL THE SYSTEM by gently pressing the appropriate keys. The following pages will help familiarize simple language of your system. you with the
CODE KEYS cl through m and m are used to ARM and DISARM the system with your secret 5digit code. (If you accidently press an incorrect number, just start over and enter the correct 5 digits).
when pressed simultaneously for approximately mand m an emergency PANIC signal. (This is an installer pre3et option)
Each function key represents two types of functions. The word in blue indicates the direct system function, as described below. The word in black isa Programming Function, described in theKeypad Programming section of this guide.
When the system is ARMED, this key may be pressed to initiate the Instant (Home) mode. The Instant mode will make all Exit/Entry zones react instantly to violation. THE #I LIGHT ON THE KEYPAD WILL COME ON STEADY TO INDICATE WHEN THE INSTANT (HOME) MODE IS ACTIVE. This function should be used only when no one is expected to enter or leave the premises (such as bedtime). Remember that all delays are eliminated in this mode. Furthermore, any interior zones will be inactive in the INSTANT mode, since opening and closing the delay door when you leave the premises is what activates the interior zones.
This key is used while the system is IN THE DISARMED STATE.Certain zones of this system can be excluded from operation on a temporary basis, while the remaining zones can be armed. Exclusion of a zone may be desired so that movement throughout the area can be accomplished without causing an alarm condition, while remaining areas of the premises are desired to be active. This isalso useful in the event a particular zone on this system has some form of trouble on its sensors, creating an abnormal or trouble condition on that zone. To bypass that zone, depress the bypass keyand the respective zone number of the zone desired to be bypassed.
The Reset function of this key is used as follows: Momentarily depressing this key will shut off the bells/siren if any audible panic circuit has been tripped. In order to extinguish fast blinking lights after an alarm condition, disarm the system and depress Reset.
KEYPAD LIGHTS GREEN Each green light corresponds to a particular zone number(l4) Each may be on steady, blinking or off at various times, indicating different conditions of the zone. Since your security system has been customized to suit your specific needs, your installer will ldentlfy any 24-hour zones in your system. The chart below shows the meaning of the green lights. p
Burglary Zones ZONE STATUS SYSTEMDISARMED SYSTEMARMED
Good Trouble Bypassed Light On Light Off Slow Blink Light Off Fast Blink\ * Does Not Display in Armed State
24-Hour Zones ZONE STATUS
Good Trouble Bypassed
Light Off Light Off Cannot Be Bypassed
Light On Light Off Slow Blink
* To stop blink, Disarm System, then press RESET
Light Condition off On Blink Once Every 20 Seconds Fast Blink Slow Blink * * To stop blink, press RESET.
Meaning System is Disarmed System is Armed Self Diagnostic Alarm Condition Dialer Attempt Test Complete
KEYPAD LIGHTS (Contd.)
AMBER Each amber light monitors a function as illustrated by the symbol on its corresponding Function Back-Up Battery key.
Description This light monitors the condition of the systems backup battery. The battery has been incorporated as a means of keeping your system active in the event of a power failure. This light will be on steady as long as the system battery Is good. If the for service. light goes out, call your alarm company This light monitors the main AC power which supplles this device. steady as long as AC power is supplying the system. This light will be on cor-
AC Power Fire Circuit
This light will remain on steady as long as the systems Fire Circuit is operating rectly. If the Fire Circuit should become disabled, the light will extinguish. $ In the event that any of the above troubles occur, the buzzer may go on. TO SHUT THE BUZZER OFF, PRESS FOLLOWED BY
THE KEYPAD BUZZER
Along with the KEYPAD LIGHTS, the Omni 1000 Remote Digital Keypad speaks tc you by means of a buyer. The buyer serves several functions: l A MOMENTARY BEEP occurs whenever a key Is depressed, indicating the system has received the number you have entered. l Approximately 7 to 10 CONTINUOUS BEEPS is verification that your system has successfully reached the central monitoring office with a signal. (This is an installer pre-set option.) l STEADY BUZZING is a reminder to DISARM your system after entering the premises through one of the predetermined exit and entry zones.
ARM/DISARM CODES (on/off] Your system is preprogrammed-with-a FALLBACK ARM/DISARM CODE. Be sure to record this code. In the event of a total loss of power [AC and battery), all codes will be erased. Your fallback code will enable you to arm and disarm the system and reprogram your personal secret code. 0
As many as four separate arm/disarm codes can be programmed. Each code must begin with a different digit, which we call the User Number; for example User ls arm/disarm code would be 1 and any four additional numbers; User 2s code would be 2 and any four additional numbers, etc. It is not necessary to program all four codes. A user code may be programmed for temporary use for a service person, guest, etc. and then erased (see below) when no longer needed. This maintains the secrecy of your regularly used codes.
THE SYSTEM MUST BE IN A DISARMED MODE TO ACCOMPLISH ANY.PROGRAMMING. ALL PROGRAMMING IS DONE USING USER ls CODE (functions as an authorization code)
I, Depress [G)
2. Depress number
USER ls ARM/DISARM CODE
(THE NUMBER 9 MAY NOT BE USED IN ANY CODE)
1, Then The 4-Digit FALLBACK CODE
again (The Zone 1 Green Light Will Blink Slowly) l Now Press Any 4 Numbers Desired For User Is Code (Upon completion will stop blinking) 4.Test The New Code By Attempting to Arm the System. * Remember to DISARM the system before attempting
3.0 Press Q
of the 4th digit the zone 1 light
to program any additional
nter Your (New) User 1 3. l Press cl 2 uhe Zone 1 (Authorization) Green Code
USER2s ARM/DISARM CODE
Light Will Blink Slowly)
l Now Press the 4 Numbers
stop blinking.) l Test the New Code
Desired for User 2 Code.
of the 4th digit the Zone 1
to Arm and Disarm theSystem.
Repeat for Users 3 and 0 * * User Os Code may be programmed exactly as all other user codes only if the keypad AMBUSH feature is not used, This feature is pre-set by your installing company, if desired. (See explanation of AMBUSH on page 7.)
ERASING A USERCODE
User 1 can erase any users code 1. Press[G] 2. Enter User 1 Code 3. Press User Number of Code to erase entire code) 4. Press to be Erased (e.g. if User aCode is to be erased depress only the number a 8 except his own, as follows:
EXIT AND ENTRY TIMES
The exit and entrance delay times have been previously set for your convenience and security. These allow yyto enter or leave the premises through specified Delay Openings while the system is armed. / The [F) and [G]
KEYS should _ not be used in the normal day to day operation of your system. call your installing company.
If you feel that the delay times are unsatisfactory,
AMBUSH CODE (Installer
Ambush Is a 4digit code that will either turn the system ON if it is off, or OFF if it is on. AT THESAME TIME it will send a SILENTEMERGENCY SIGNAL to the central monitoring station. The Ambush Code is programmed as User 0, following standard USERCODE PROGRAMMING as described in this manual. Once programmed, the Ambush Code may be used by ANY USERusing their own USERnumber plus the 4-digit Ambush Code. $ The last 4 digits of the Ambush Code may not be the same as the last four digits
of any user code.
To arm the system when leaving the premises: 1. Make sure all protected openings are secured (green zone lights are on) 2. Enter your Sdigit arm/disarm code. The red armed light will go on -0 -3. Leave through the delay door before the exit delay time expires To return to the premises: I, Enter through the delay door 2. Disarm the system by entering your 5-digit arm/disarm
expires. The red light will go out.
To bypass one or more zones: l.System must be disarmed (red light off) 2, Press BYPASS 3. Press the number of zone to be bypassed Example: To bypass zone 3 press BYPASS, then 3 4.The green zone light will blink slowly to indicate that the zone is bypassed. 5. Now arm the system by entering your 5 digit arm/disarm code. The green lights will go off, the red light will go on. To bypass additional zones, repeat steps 2 and 3 above before arming. This option resets when you disarm the system. To select the instant function: I. Arm the system 2. Press INSTANT The zone 1 green light will go on. This option resets when you disarm the system. If you have any questions
about the operation of your system, call your Authorized (T-C-ELSAPEI Dealer.
@ 1984 FeelSafe, Inc
Printed in U.S.A. OCTOBER
OM NI la00 Instructions Programming
REV B. JUNE a7
k?el.%fe, Inc. 100 Engineers Road (516)582-6161.(800)64554iO
New York 11788
CopyrIght *) 1984 FeelSafe. Inc
Printed in U.S.A.
DESCRIPTION RECEIVER PHONE NUMBERS QUAD 1 OP,lP,2P,3P --------------------------------------------------------------# OF ATTEMPTS QUAD 1 AF FIELD --------------------------------------------------------------TRANSMISSION FORMAT QUAD 1 AF FIELD --------------------------------------------------------------RECEIVER TYPE QUAD 1 FF FIELD --------------------------------------------------------------SUBS ACCOUNT NUMBER QUAD 1 AC FIELD --------------------------------------------------------------ALARM CODES QUAD 1 AL FIELD --------------------------------------------------------------BYPASS/TROUBLE CODES (TO C.O.) QUAD 2 OP FIELD --------------------------------------------------------------RESTORE CODES 24 HR TEST CODE QUAD 2 1P FIELD --------------------------------------------------------------SONALERT RINGBACK QUAD 2 1P FIELD -__--------____-----------------------------------------------ZONE TYPES AND FUNCTIONS QUAD 2 2P b 3P FIELD --------------------------------------------------------------DIALING TYPE BELL TEST 24 HR TEST QUAD 2 AF FIELD _-------------------------------------------------------------KEYPAD PANIC QUAD 2 AF FIELD --------------------------------------------------------------EXIT/ENTRY/CUTOFF TIMES QUAD 2 AF FIELD --------------------------------------------------------------FALLBACK CODE QUAD 2 AC FIELD -_---------_____----------------------------------------------ZONE/BELL LOCKOUT QUAD 2 AL FIELD PROPER PROM BURNING PROCEDURE LOCAL PROGRAM BLANK PROGRAM SHEET SAMPLE PROGRAM
8 9-10 11-12
9MNI 1000 PROGRAMMING MANU&&
manual is designed to help you complete the programming sheet on page 9. After completing the program sheet,you can follow the PROPER PROM PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE on page 8to actually enter the data into the chip.This system requires programming a minimum of 2 quadrants for a basic program,and a maximum of 4 quadrants for an advanced program.This instruction manual will explain a basic 2 quad program.If it is necessary to do an advanced 4 quad program you must obtain the ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS MANUAL. 2 quad programs can reside in either quadrants 1 and 2 or 3 and 4. The R68 resistor jumper dictates which 2 quads the panel will read. It must be CONNECTED for quads 1 and 2, or cut for quads 3 and 4. R68 must be connected for a 4 quad program also. This instruction
OMNI 1000 blank
QUAD 1 number prefix (ie:l and all receiver.A maximum of 11 all unused pause is required C where desired for
This field may be used to program a phone 800) which will be dialed out prior to any phone numbers programmed in lP,2P, and 3P digits may be written in this field.Leave locations blank on the program sheet.If a before or between digits enter the letter 3 seconds.
1 P FIELD QUAD 1 This field must be used to program the telephone number of the first or primary-receiver.As many as 11 digits may be used.Leave all unused locations blank on the program sheet.
1 [-iFIELD QUAD 1 This field may be used to program a secondary receiver number.As many as 11 digits may be programmed.Leave telephone all unused locations blank on the program sheet,or leave the entire field blank if this number is not necessary.
FIELD QUAD 1 This field may be used to program a third receiver telephone number.As many as 11 digits may be programmed.Leave all unused locations blank on the program sheet,or leave the entire field blank if this number is not necessary.
FIELD QUAD 1 The FIRST location of this field must be programmed with a digit from the following chart which represents the number of attempts that the communicator should make at each phone number in the event the receiver/s are busy. II OF ATTEMPTS DIGIT 1 # OF ATTEMPTS DIGIT B C 1 11OF ATTEMPTS 15 Unlimited Dr1 D E A F
The SECOND location of this field must be programmed with a digit from the chart below which informs the communicator if it should report to ONE RECEIVER or ALL RECEIVERS in the event a secondary receiver is being used,and if it is mandatory to report to both with all signals.This location also determines whether the system should report in EXTENDED FORMAT.Do not select this feature prior to reading the ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS MANUAL.
DIGIT 5 6
FUNCTIONS One receiver, One receiver, All All receivers, receivers, extended standard extended standard format. format. format. format.
FIELD QUAD 1 This field must be programmed with digits from the following chart that represent the receiver types at each of the telephone numbers.Ll is the receiver type at phone number 1,LZ and L3 are for phone numbers 2 and 3.If only one receiver is used,leave L2 and L3 blank. DIGIT RECEIVER TYPE FBI,Radionics 23OOhz, 2Opps w/parity FBI, Franklin, Sescoa,DCI, Radionics 2300hz 2Opps Osborne Hof.Quikal FBI, Radionics 1400hz, 20 pps w/parity FBI, Adcor CDRSO, Radionics 1400hz,20pps FBI, Ademco FBI, Silent Knight FBI. Radionics 23OOhz. 40 DDS w/Daritv
(AIC[FIELD QUAD 1 This field must be 'used to program a 3 or 4 digit account number.A 4 digit number can be programmed receiver is capable of bandlinq it.
-. * /
subscribers only if the
This field must be used to prog-ram the ALARM CODES for all the zones of this system.Enter any code desired,which you and your central office agree will represent each zones alarm code in locations Ll-L8.If any of these zones must NOT report their corresponding locations F. to the c.o.,program Furthermore Location L3 and L9-Lll should be programmed F. QUADRANT ONE HAS BEEN SUCESSFULLY FILLED OUT AT THIS POINT. FIELD QUAD 2 ml This field must be used to program the CLOSING CODE, OPENING CODE, BYPASS CODES ,and COMMON TROUBLE CODE (low bat).Enter any codes desired, which you and your central office agree will represent these conditions,in locations Ll -LlO.If you do NOT want to report any or all of these conditions program their corresponding locations F.Locations L3,L8,L9,and Lll must be programmed F. NOTE:Some receivers can accept codes greater than 9.These assuming the receiver has codes can be programmed if desired, this capability.Usually these codes have dedicated ENGLISH LANGUAGE meanings as follows: C = CLOSING B= OPENING A = TROUBLE NOTE:If any of zones 2-4 will be programmed as a 24 HR TROUBLE ZONE,then that zones corresponding location in this field, will NOT be the bypass code for that zone,that location will be the actual TROUBLE CODE for that zone when it is violated. 1 FIELD ul P field This QUAD 2 can be used to program any code (O-9 or E) desired in locations Ll-L8 which you and your central office agree will represent RESTORAL CONDITION for the FIRE ZONE, ZONE l-4, and the COMMON TROUBLE ZONE (low bat).If you do NOT want to report restoral condition on any or all of these zones,program their corresponding locations F.Location L9 in this field can be used to program a TEST CODE if desired,that will be reported (NOTE: The timer resets every time.there is every 24 hours. ansmission to the C-0.) This location is also used to program an ABORT any tr CODE if desired. If neither the TESTaDE orZAE3ORTcoDE is desired program this location F. Location L6, L7 and Lll must be pva~~& F. A digit must be selected from the chart below and entered in location LIO of this field which determines if this system should include the following options: SONALERT RINGBACK pulses the keypad sonalert several times after every successful transmission,excluding ambush an silent panic. BELL RINGBACK ON CLOSING pulses the bell output several times after every successful CLOSING report to the central office. AUTO UNBYPASS which automatically all burglary zones upon disarm bypassed. unbypasses any and which were previously SEECHARTONNEXTPAGE 3
AUTOMATIC LINEWPASS No
Program ONE digit from the following chart for EACH location Ll-L5 in this field which determines what each ZONE TYPE should be,and what the on-board communicator should do in the event that these zones are accidently tripped and then immediately shut down by the subscriber before the ALARM CODE reaches the central office.This action is called ABORTING. NOTE: Fire zone only pertains to location Ll in this field
The L8 location MUST be programmed with operation of the COMMON TROUBLE ZONE. The L6,L7,and programmed F. L9-Lll locations of this
digitafor field should
3 ul P
Program ONE digit from the following chart for EACH location Ll-L8 which determines several ADDITIONAL options for each of the
If you examine the chartontbe following page youwill n&i-t&t the FIRE ZONE,24 HR ALARM ZONES,24 HR TROUBLE ZONES,and the COMMON TROUBLE ZONE options all refer to the type of AUDIBLE OUTPUTS,which are self explanatory. However the burglary zones (DELAY,INSTANT,INTERIOR) have some options.that require explanation as follows: DAY ANNUNCIATION is a feature which will sound the keypad sonalert as long as the zone is violated while the system is in the disarmed state. BYPASS CODE AT CLOSING is a feature which enables the reporting of bypass codes to the central office if a zone is Y--Y left bypassed at the time the system is armed.CLOSING reports , 2-I must also be used in order to obtain this feature. BYPASS CODE ON BYPASS is a feature which enables the bypass to the central office as soon as a zone codes to be reported is bypassed. SEE CHART ON FOLLOWING PAGE. 4
Fire only applies
Ll of this
NOTE: CT TRBL only applies
L8 of this
DAY ANNUNCIATION BYPASS CODE ON BYPASS DAY ANNUNCIATION NO OTHEROPTIONS.
OAY ANNUNCIAffON BYPASS COOE ON BYPASS DAY ANNUNCIATION NO OTHER OPTIONS
A ul F
FIELD ULJAD 2 Program a digit from the following chart of this field for all the desired system NOTE:Do NOT select QUAD SWITCHING without ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS MANUAL.
for the options. reading
Rotary, Rotary, Rotary, Rotary, Rotary
quad swltchinq Bell test, 24 Hr. Bell test 24 Hr. auto test dialing
Program a.digit from the following chart for the L2 location of this field which determines the following options: KEYPAD PANIC audible or silent. EXTENDED FORMAT OPEN/CLOSE is a feature which must be selected if opening and closing reports by user must be sent in EXTENDED FORMAT.Do NOT select this option without reading the ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS MANUAL first. OPENING CODE AFTER ALARM ONLY is a feature designed to accomplish reporting an opening code (programmed in quad 20P L2) only if there had been an alarm condition and the subscriber disarms that condition. DIGIT A C D E FIELD QUAD 1 Audible Audible
Silent Slent Silent 2
OPTIONS I Panic Panic,, extended format open/close Panic. oDenina code after alarm onlv Panic Panic, extended format open/close Panic, opening code after alarm only
There are three locations in this field marked Ll,L2,& L3. Ll is Fall Back Exit Time, L2 is Fall Back Entrance Time, and L3 is Bell Cut-Off Tin-e. Select one digit in each of these locations for the desired times from the following chart: Digit 6 LI Fall Back Exit Time 0 seconds 10 seconds 20 seconds 30 seconds 40 seconds 50 seconds 60 seconds L2 Fall Back Entrance Time 0 seconds 10 seconds 20 seconds 30 seconds 40 seconds 50 seconds 60 seconds L3 Bell Cut-Off 0 minutes 3 minutes 6 minutes 9 minutes 12 minutes 15 minutes 18 minutes Time
are four locations in this field marked Ll-L4. A four digit in these locations. This code FALLBACK ACCESS CODE must be entered be used to allow the Omni lOOOR Keypad to enter into ITS program will mode BY USER 1. This code is also USER l's actual arm/disarm code. User 1 may change his code while programming at the keypad, voiding out this access code. However, if all power, AC and DC is lost on this system it will be necessary for User 1 to reprogram the
keypad using O-8) desired THIS code again. in these locations. Enter any four digit code (only numbers NOTE: Number 9 MAY NOT be used anv-
FIELD QUAD 2 Program one digit, in each location L2-L4 from the chart below which determines if the following options are desired for the burglary zones of this system. ZONE LOCKOUT is a feature that enables a zone to sound an alarm condition when it is first violated,and NOT sound any subsequent alarms on that same zone until disarm and rearm. CHIME is a feature designed to sound the keypad sonalert for 1 second when that zone is violated in the disarmed state. RESTORE FOLLOWER is a feature that enables the system to report the zone restore code as soon as the violated loop restores,as opposed to sending the restore code on bell cutoff. NOTE:If zone lockout or restore follower is selected for any of these zones,then those same zones must be programmed for NO ABORT operation in the 2P field of this quad. DIGIT A ,B E F Program locations OPTIONS ZONE LOCKOUT,CHIME ZONE LOCKOUT CHIME RESTORE FOLLOWER RESTORE FOLLOWER.ZONE LOCKOUT,CHIME RESTORE FOLLOWER,ZONE LOCKOUT RESTORE FOLLOWER,CHIME NONE OF THE ABOVE Ll and L6-Lll F in this field.
At this point the programming sheet has been successfully filled out.Follow the PROPER PROM PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE on the next page to actually burn this data into the prom chip utilizing the 110 programmer. There is a sample program located on page 11,and there is instructions for programming this device as a local system below.
STEP l>Program "F" ,
ALL fields the
QUADRANT 1 in
STEP 2>Program ALL locations UUADRANT 2 ,"F".
OP AND 1P fields
STEP 3>Program the 2P through AL fields of OUADRANT 2 as per this instruction manual,leaving all references to dialer features OUT.When you reach the AF field Ll location,select ROTARY dialing and be certain NOT to select QUAD SWITCHING.
PROPER PROM PROGRAMMING STEP A STEP B STEP C
Power up the 110 or 11OC. The Prom -MUST NOT be in the Programmer at this time. Insertion of the Prom will be the last step prior to depressing the Program Button. Select the desired Quadrant to program. rant (ori of the chip) at a time. The 110 and IlOC will program one quad-
Depress [ENTER] momentarily, then [O] while the programmer socket is empty. Depressing [ENTER and 01 loads the present contents of the socket into memory. In the case of an empty socket, memory is loaded with Blanks or [Fs]. A Blank and an [Fl are the same thing. The only time the [Fl Button must actually be depressed is if one specific location in a Field must be jumped over to get to another location to enter a number. Trailing [Fs] at the end of a fiemeed not be depressed as long as their locations are Blank. Punch in desired information for OP field through AL field in this Quadrant. Movement from OP to the next field and so on, can be accomplished by depressing [ENTER] then . At the bottom left corner of the programmer resides a chart which represents the field names, descriptions and most important, the field numbers. Jumps can be accomplished from one field to another by depressing [ENTER], then the respective field number desired. Example: To lump from OP field to AC field, depress [ENTER] then . This variable jumping will become useful for duplicating master chips. After completing data entry into all desired fields, the Prom may be inserted into the programmer socket. The Blue Painted dot must be situated down. The Prom must be pushed all the way in. The programmer does not care what field you are [Finish] should in when you program. Depress the [Program] Buttonmomentarily, be displayed. The present quadrant has been successfully programmed. To program additional quadrants, the Prom must be removed, select the desired quadrant and repeat steps C-F. Summary: [F]: The [FJ Button does not display anything when depressed, however it jumps from one location to the next. The only time the [F] Button must actually be depressed is when a jump must be made over one location to get to another location where a number must be entered. Trailing Fs need not be depressed as long as their locations are blank. [Enter], [Enter], with socket empty: Loads Fs in selected quadrant. then CO1 then [01 with Prom in socket: Loads memory with present data that resides in the quadrant selected. [Enter] then : Increments fields from OP to AL back to OP again. [Enter] then field number: Jumps from one field to another as designated by respective field number.
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