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    Network 8000 software

    What software is required to make changes to Network 8000 controllres
    eg.MZ2-1 controllers

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    If you are talking about the old Barber Colmans - PSI

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    Correct it is the old Barber Coleman. Price book lists two part numbers
    LAPT-80800-EPSI
    LAPT-80800-PSI

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    I have them - do you need them?

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    What is the difference between EPSI and PSI?
    I have one of them, will have to check which one.

    kontrol out
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    Can't remember, Haven't used them in a while. However the 3 1/2" thick manual might tell me!

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    motec, I can send you those files if you need them. My email address is in my profile. My distributer gave them to me free because he laughed when I told them I had several buidings with them. He couldn't believe they were still being used. It always amazes me how long some of our stuff holds up (or not).
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    Lots of NETWORK 8000 still working away , first NW8000 controllers I put in back in 1986 are still running today. EPSI-1 is the extended version of PSI

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    What are you changing? The programming in the GCM/LCM's or in the ASD devices. You can use Hyperterminal to get into a GCM or LCM & modify it's programming. You really only need PSI if you are going to modify the programming in Microzones, PEM's or Microflo's.

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    Thanks for the reply. Yes to all, as I may have to modify the asd controls.
    When connecting to the GCM or LCM with hyper terminal are you connecting
    to the the 25 pin connection as a direct connect?

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    Yes, connect to the 25 pin connection. You may have to change the port switch for connection setting, it depends on your cable.

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    Recently had a system 8000 dumped in my lap. Can't see a thing and very little is working. The rep left an Atari Portfolio with the interface and no more.
    There is no chance they will show up to check the system out, but they will upgrade (of course !!).System has Microzone II controllers bussed together. Help!!!!

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    The ATARI's worked fairly well to access the NETWORK 8000 systems , BARBER COLMAN did not promote them very long, I think I still have the manual on it around here someplace.

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