1-29. Operating Routines-Continued.
SYSTEM STAT Key. The status display selection routines consist of two display routines, one display
test routine, and one alarm inhibit routine.
Composite Rates Display. "This routine displays the composite rates assigned to the mux SG
output and SG input to each demux. The composite rate assignments for preliminary, memory
1, and memory 2 modes are displayed.
VCXO Status Display. This routine can only be used if your TD-1337(V)/G is operating from
an external timing source. This routine displays operating status (in range or out of range) of
Display Test. This routine checks keyboard operation and produces
a display pattern
to test quality
of 3-line display.
5-Minute Audible Alarm Inhibit. This routine inhibits the MAJOR and MINOR ALARMS indicators
and any sounding of ALARM horn related to these indicators for a five minute period. The routine
can also be used to remove the inhibit before the five minute period expires. If you assume
an operating mode (either by power turn-on or system mode change) and interfacing equipments
have not been turned on or are operating in a manner incompatible with your mode, alarm
indications will exist. In this situation, the routine is useful in inhibiting these alarm indications
until interfacing equipments are in a compatible operating condition.
ORDERWIRE ANS Key. This routine is performed to answer an orderwire call from another station
in the network. Due to differences among models, two separate answer orderwire call procedures
are provided. One procedure for V1/V2 models and another procedure for V3/V4 models.
ORDERWIRE CALL Key. This routine is performed to make an orderwire call to another station
in the network,
ORDERWIRE CHG Key. This routine changes present orderwire mode of operation to opposite
mode of operation (secure to non-secure or non-secure to secure).
SYSTEM ALARM Key. The alarms recall routine allows for recall and display of diagnostic information
associated with the MAJOR and MINOR ALARMS indicators.