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Telrad Time and Date Adjust
« on: September 11, 2010, 10:49:03 PM »
Telrad Analog Systems

Time Set for Telrad Analog 816 and 2464
Enter from the time set station (usually 20)

Example Used: January 18, 2002, 2:00 pm
Remember, this is just an example, use the actual date and time!
Press “SPKR”
Press the # key
Press the “time” button
Dial date 18 (2-digit date)
Dial month 01 (2-digit month)
Dial military time 1400
Press “TIME”
Press “SPKR”


Telrad Digital systems / Avanti sets

From time setting station (usually 20 or 200)

Time Set for Telrad Digital 818, S60, 128, 400 and S1000

Large Expanded Display

Press (PROGRAM)

Press (TIME)

Dial correct time using HHMM 24 hour format

Dial correct date using DDMMYY

Press (SAVE)

Small Display
Example Used: January 18, 2002, 2:00pm
Do Not Pickup the Receiver!!
Remember, this is just an example, use the actual date and time!
Press Feat 82
Then dial all in succession
Dial military time 1400
Dial day 18
Dial month 01
Dial year 02
Press spd/pgm” to save changes

Avanti Attendant Console or Model 3025 Graphical Telephone

1) Leave the handset on-hook.

2) Press the PROGRAMMING icon

3) Press the CLOCK icon

4) Enter the time in the 24 hour clock format of HHMM. Use a leading 0 for single digit numbers.

5) Enter the date in the format DDMMYY using a leading 0 for single digit numbers.

6) Press SAVE icon to save the settings.

Note: All 10 digits for the time and date must be entered. You can not skip any steps. To abort the time and date setting process press SPKR at any point before pressing SAVE.





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