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1. Introduction
2. Unit Description
2.1. Front Panel Indicators
2.2. Back Panel
3. Common Problems and Questions
4. Installation and Configuration
4.1. Installation Hints
4.1.1. PBX Interface Checking the PBX Interface with a Breakout Box Checking the PBX Interface with a Voltmeter PBX User's Guide PBX Indicators
4.1.2. Cable Kits
4.2. Configuration Hints
4.2.1. Garbled Call Records
4.2.2. Problems with Alarms and Filters Testing Clues and Filters The Asterisk Character
4.2.3. Incompatibility Between Modems
5. DC Voltage Test Points
6. Power Supply
6.1. Battery Replacement
6.2. Fuse Replacement
6.3. 110V - 220V Operation
7. EPROM Upgrade
8. Memory Upgrade Replacement
9. RS-232 Components
9.1. Local Access Communication Problems
9.1.1. Diagnosis of Local Access Problems
9.1.2. Replacement of IC at Board Location U26
9.2. Data Reception Problems
9.2.1. Diagnosis of Data Reception Problems
9.2.2. Replacement of IC U27 or U28
10. Modem
10.1. Internal Modem Removal
10.2. Internal Modem Installation
10.3. Installing an External Modem
10.3.1. Serial Card Interface Installation
10.3.2. Configuring an External Modem
10.4. Baud Rate Scanning
10.4.1. 2400 Baud Internal Modems
10.5. Using Xmodem Protocol with PollCat III High Speed Modems
A. Description of System Interfaces
A.1. PBX INPUT Ports A and B
A.2. Computer Port
A.2.1. PollCat III Computer Port to 25-Pin PC
A.2.2. PollCat III Computer Port to 9-Pin PC
A.3. SC1 Serial Card Interface
A.4. Alarm Wiring
B. LED Indicators
C. Specifications
D. Approximate Maximum Storage Capacities
F. Customer Service
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