Custom Configuring the Unit for Your Needs.
The Registers :
Once you have accessed the unit using the security code # # 8 8 you can change the configuration by accessing the REGISTERS of the Power Stonetm. The Power Stonetm uses REGISTERS to save a touch tone value. Each REGISTER is accessed by a 2 digit number combination. The first digit is 0 (zero) followed by the REGISTER NUMBER. So entering 01 with your touch tone keypad is REGISTER 1, 02 is REGISTER 2 up to REGISTER 6. REGISTER 7 and 8 are READ ONLY REGISTERS accessed with a STAR (*) 07 or 08.
Each REGISTER has a FUNCTION that is determined by the THIRD digit you input. So 010 (zero, one, zero) is register 01 and FUNCTION 0, 021 is REGISTER 02 and FUNCTION 1.
There are 6 REGISTERS in the Power Stone(tm) controlling different configurable FUNCTIONS and 2 REGISTERS that are READ ONLY and tell you specific information.
Only ONE FUNCTION can be active per REGISTER.
Again, a REGISTER is accessed by the FIRST TWO NUMBERS you enter with your touch tone keypad. The FUNCTION is the THIRD DIGIT you enter AFTER you select a REGISTER.
To Save Your Configuration YOU MUST enter 80 (eight zero) which will save your configuration and hang up the phone!
What Each Register Does :
REGISTER 01 Operating Modes:
0. MANUAL ONLY OPERATION: Turns Power OFF
ON RING DETECT: AUTOMATICALLY activates power on/off based on the number of telephone rings in REGISTER 2
REGISTER 02 Rings to Activate Automatic Operation:
2. Perform the Automatic Operation when 2 rings or LESS are detected
REGISTER 02 IF SERIAL NUMBER IS GREATER THAN 27819. Used in conjunction with Register 09 to set automatic ring detection functions.
0. Less Than Register 09 amount of rings before auto operation occurs.
Register 03 Distinctive Ringing Type
1. Normal/Standard Single Ring Telephone
0. Wait for 15 rings
Register 05 Override and De-activate REGISTER values or NORMAL OPERATION
0. Normal Operation of Power Stone(tm). Register values can be changed.
Register 06 Add 2 characters to the end of the security access code
The security code for accessing the unit is set to a default value of # # 8 8 . You may add 2 additional numbers to the end of the security code by selecting this register followed by the 2 additional numbers. Example 0622 would append the 22 characters to the end of the security access code making the new code for accessing the unit # # 8 8 2 2.
Register 07 READ ONLY Register that tells you the Power Status
Selecting * (star) 07 will tell you via tones whether the power to the device is ON or OFF. One beep tells you the power is ON. Two low sounding beeps tell you the power is OFF.
Register 08 READ ONLY
Register that tells you if there has been a power failure to the device since the last time you accessed the unit.
Selecting * (star) 08 will tell you via tones whether there was a power failure. One beep tells you there has been a power failure. 2 low beeps tells you that there has been no power failure.
REGISTER 09 IF SERIAL NUMBER IS GREATER THAN 27819. Used in conjunction with Register 02 to set automatic ring detection functions.
Enter 1 – 15 which is the number of rings to perform automatic activity Example 094 will set automatic operation to trip after 4 rings are detected. Set Less Than or More Than this number of rings in Register 02..
REGISTER 10 IF SERIAL NUMBER IS GREATER THAN 27819.
Enter 1 – 15 which is the number of rings before the RPS II will pick up the phone. Example 1010 will have the RPS II pick up the phone after 10 rings.
Factory REGISTER preset codes: 012, 023, 031, 040, 050, 0600
Other Special Codes
60 Sets Unit to Factory REGISTER preset codes shown above.
90 Exits manual control without saving any changes to any of the REGISTERS. All REGISTERS will be restored with the values last saved in memory.
80 will save the current REGISTER values to memory and hang up the phone. This should be your last entry when you have finished your configuration.
Note! Wait a few seconds if you need to re-enter your REGISTER values because of an error.
Power Control by Telephone