Press the SEL and RST buttons at the same time to get into the menu.
You will see "ALErt 1". This is always used as a break-in alert. This is only a one time event. You can set it up to display an icon at a specific amount of time or counts. Once the alert has gone off, it will never happen again. Pressing the SEL button will get you to "ALErt 2".
Press the RST button. You should see "EnAbLE Y". If you see "EnAbLE n" instead, press the SEL button to change this setting.
Press the RST button. You should see "vALUE 1". To change this to "vALUE 2", press the SEL button.
Press the RST button. You should see “00000000”. Set the value that you want for "ALErt 1". The RST button will move the cursor through the digits one at a time. The SEL button will change the value of the blinking digit. The RST button will move you through the last digit. You should see "Con 1".
Press the SEL button to scroll through the icons. There are eight choices, including no icon (see instruction manual for choices). Once you have selected the icon to use, press the RST button. You should see "oUt on".
"oUT on" only applies to units with an output option. Press the SEL button to turn it off or press the RST button to continue. You should see "rSt EHt".
Press the RST button to accept "rSt EHt" or press the SEL button to change the setting to "rSt UoUt".
"rSt EHt" - This setting is the external reset. This will allow the remote reset or the front panel reset to turn off the icon if an alert is set.
"rSt UoUt" - This setting allows the user to specify the number of counts after the icon went on that it will go off.
Press the RST button. You should see "ALErt 2". If this is the only alert you want to set, press the SEL button three times and your display should now be showing 0.
"ALErt 2" and "ALErt 3" are programmed the same way. The only difference for these alerts is that they continuously happen at the programmed interval.
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