Allows selection of following orderwire configuration routines.
1. Generate orderwire configuration routine.
2. Display orderwire configuration routine.
Allows selection of make orderwire call routine.
Allows selection of answer orderwire call routine.
Allows selection of receive control telemetry routine.
Once a routine has been selected, numbered keys are used to supply data
(numbers) required by steps in the routine. Eight of the keys described above
have dual functions. They are initially used to select a routine. Once a routine
has been selected, the number function associated with the key is active.
Paragraph 2-4 provides examples of using the BACK, ENTR,
STEP, and CLR keys.
Key is only activated when performing an edit, continue, or generate a new
configuration routine in steps that require multiple entries. After you have entered
data at an entry point within a step, and you want to change it, press BACK
key. This action returns prompt to first entry in step and allows you to repeat
or change entries in step.
After one or more numbered keys are pressed to supply data for a step in
the routine, this key is pressed to enter the data. For example, if you push
a numbered key, you can write over it by pressing other numbered keys prior
to pressing ENTR key. When ENTR key is pressed, data is entered and prompt
will move to next entry step if entry is valid. If entry made was last or only
entry for a step, pressing ENTR key causes message display to jump to next
message display in procedure.
When key is pressed, prompt moves to next entry to be made or message
display changes (steps) to next display in sequence, STEP key is inhibited
in transmit and new configuration routines to prevent bypassing a step that
has to be performed for a valid configuration, Pressing of STEP key is a
required procedural step in some routines as directed in message display.
Key is inhibited when performing any display routine or an alarms recall routine.
Key is used to perform the following functions.
1. If pressed at conclusion of a routine and before normal 30-second blanking
occurs, it will clear (blank) the display.
2. if pressed during a step prior to ENTR key being pressed, it clears (erases)
any numbers entered for that entry.
3. Pressing of CLR key is a required procedural step in some routines as
directed in message display.