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STATUS ITEM
STATUS DATA
MEANING
SYSTEM STATUS (LO1ITV-US4PV)
Status information title
MODE
COMMERCIAL / CONSUMER
Television’s operational mode
CHANNEL
CHANNEL / INPUT (CHANNEL, INPUT)
Currently-tuned channel
DCM
OFF / ON
Data communications module offline / online
CODES
211 222 001 035
Internal data for factory / service use
SIGNAL
TUNED / NOT TUNED
Signal present / absent
OP HOURS
0031h
Operational hours.
Number of cumulative
hours unit has been operated (hexadecimal)
ERRORS
0 0 0 0 0
Internal data for factory / service use
VERSION
3.3
Television software version.
3135-125-21331
10/09/02
DFU LO1-2K2
CH1, HC, OCC, PC, PL, TL
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Changing Operational Modes:
To change the television’s mode between Consumer and Commercial modes, a sys-
tem 7 (commercial setup mode) master setup remote must be used.
With the RG4172BK or RC2573GR
in setup mode
(press TV SETUP on the RG4172BK or set the switch to SETUP on the RC2573GR), enter the following keystroke
sequence:
0 2 4 9 9 5 Menu.
Only the RG4172BK or RC2573GR, when in setup mode, can change the television’s
mode between Consumer and Commercial, and provide complete access to the television’s Institutional Features.
The
RG4172BK or RC2573GR can be set to operate in either its master setup remote mode, or in guest-mode.
The
RG4172BK / RC2573GR guest mode facilitates testing the desired Institutional / Commercial configuration.
Philips Institutional TV Software
Your Philips Institutional Television can be configured to operate in either "Consumer" or "Commercial" operational
modes.
Commercial Mode
:
Your Philips Institutional Television is configured at the Factory to operate in Commercial mode.
When the television is in Commercial mode, access to its operation from its front panel controls or from a guest-mode
remote can be limited, depending upon the settings of the Institutional TV features.
For examples, the unit’s front panel
controls can be “locked-out” (rendered inoperable), only certain channels can be selected, and/or the volume can be
limited to a given range.
Consumer Mode
:
When in the Consumer mode, the unit operates as a standard TV, bypassing the Institutional
Television feature set, thus allowing normal initial power ON, channel selection, and volume control (as well as a vari-
ety of selectable Menu features).
When the TV is in Consumer mode, Philips RC-5 system 0 (guest-mode) remotes,
such as the RC2524BK and the RL9820BK (optional accessories) can access the Consumer-mode Main Menu, and
configure the television to the full extent offered in this mode.
Guest-mode 21-button remotes such as the RC2524BK
use the Menu button to access the Consumer menu.
Guest-mode 20-button remotes such as the RL9820BK, which do
not have a Menu button, use the Sleep button to access the Consumer menu.
Simultaneously pressing the front panel’s
Volume - and Volume + buttons also invokes the Consumer menu.
Identifying the Operational Mode:
To identify the television’s operational mode, a system 7 (commercial setup
mode) master setup remote (RG4172BK or RC2573GR, optional accessory) must be used.
With the RG4172BK or
RC2573GR
in setup mode
(press TV SETUP on the RG4172BK or set switch to SETUP on the RC2573GR), press
Recall
.
The following information will appear on-screen:
Sample