LRS Staff Pagers: You can program the pagers to the number they are assigned on their labels, or if a new pager number needs to be assigned to an existing pager on a Star (SP4) or and Alpha pager (E467), it can be reprogrammed from the T9561EZ transmitter.
- This new transmitter model is compatible with our SP4 and E467 Staff pagers.
Reprogramming with the TX-9561EZ
*First we should mention that the 10 key is the zero key in programming.
Have all the pagers on the charger to start – both working and nonworking – All pagers.
For the E467 Alpha pager - Take the battery out of the pager as this will be your start point.
For the rechargeable SP4 pagers - The charger must have power / must be plugged in, you want to see a solid red light on each pager sitting in the charger. If the charger is too far away from the system, bring the charger to the system and plug it in so it is sitting only about arms-length away from the transmitter. This is how far the pagers should be held from the transmitter during programming as well.
Programming steps - for single digit numbers
•Program one at a time.
•Once attempted, put the pager back on the charger before doing the next.
Take a pager out of the charger
Wait until the initial wake up stops.
Once the initial wake up stops, you only have about 10 seconds to type in the program sequence into the transmitter:
PROG, PROG, pager #, Enter -- So for example, if programming number 6. Pull out of charger, complete vibration, type in PROG, PROG, 6, ENT.
Programming 2 digit numbers:
When programming a double digit pager number, always break those up into single digit entries.
Again, The 10 key is also the zero key.
For example, programming pager 10
•Type in PROG, PROG, 1, 0, ENT - - as soon as the wake up stops after the pager is pulled from the charger.
•The pager will respond with a long rev up and rev down vibration
•This is how you know it took the program
Then, when you page the 2 digit number, you can then hit the 10 or 2 digit number on the keypad to page that pager.
Test the pagers to ensure they are working.