2-5. Initial Programming, Checks, and Self Test - Continued
Timer Programming. - Continued
The Minutes display (4) may he increased up to 99 by pressing the
up arrow switch (8), after which the display returns to 1 and the MIN
LED (17) will go out and the HR LED (20) will light, indicating that
the display is now displaying hours. The number of hours can he
programmed from 1 through 99.
After the display (4) indicates the correct minutes or hours, press
the AUX 6 (ENTR) switch (13). This locks in the timer setting into
the T/C's memory.
(5) Set the rotary switch (1) to TMR. The T/C will stay off until the
selected time elapses, after which the T/C turns on automatically
with the programmed in frequency and AGU selections as described
earlier. Normal operation in Timer mode would he the Automatic
While the T/C is in the timer mode, the remaining time can he
checked by pressing the TIMER CHECK switch.