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  1. #14
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    Forgot how great that 90's technology was. That little atari was great! Why the h*ll am I lugging around this Dell in y2k+7?

  2. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by mmkkww View Post
    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!!!!
    check out www.richards-zeta.com for good B-C drivers

  3. #16

    PSI software help, whose part number is LAPT-80800-PSI

    Hello everyone,
    I'm new here but already need some help.
    I'm looking for a user manual for PSI software, whose part number is LAPT-80800-PSI.
    Any help will be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks.

  4. #17

    Signal Software Manual

    Our Barber Colman Specialist quit recently and we lost our Signal graphics PC.
    I am looking for a manual for using and programming the graphic pages. Any help would be appreciated.

  5. #18
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    PSI Programmers manual

    I have available an extra PSI programmers manual for you HVAC Learner.

  6. #19
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    You will need the Engineering version of PSI called XPSI ( extended PSI )
    Part number LAPT-80800-EPS-I

  7. #20
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    The EPSI version allows programming of all the blocks. It is called the Engineering version.
    The PSI version doesn't allow programming but does allow changing of some, if only a few, block attributes. The PSI version is basically useless.

  8. #21
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    PSI ( LAPT 808000 ) software does the same as XPSI as far as being able to program with it , and having been using it since 1990. XPSI is a newer version with a few added tidbits.

    The manuals are available and can be ordered on line, I have posted the link on other NETWORK 8000 threads. Operators manual is F-23058 ( gives only basics as far as what can be done , reason some think PSI is limited ) the programmers manual is F-23118

  9. #22

    MZ II programmers manual

    Hi I was after a copy of F-23118, being in a similar position to mmkkww, have tried capUSA but they seem not to have it. Any other suggestions? Also I wanted to graphically represent the MZ II code, any suggestions re the best software and how to acquire. thanks Automate_it

  10. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by automate_it View Post
    Hi I was after a copy of F-23118, being in a similar position to mmkkww, have tried capUSA but they seem not to have it. Any other suggestions? Also I wanted to graphically represent the MZ II code, any suggestions re the best software and how to acquire. thanks Automate_it
    automate_it,
    You've got mail.

    Best regards,
    Boardsmoker

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    Thanks for the help

    Thanks for the help guys really appreciated

  12. #25
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    Programmers Manual

    This thread is a little old but hopefully not dead. I also am in need of some sort of programmers manual for the xpsi software. I just inherited a system with a few problems. Any help would be appreciated.
    Thank You,
    Raqmenace

  13. #26
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    Programmers manual

    Did you need the psi programmers manual or an asd manual such as the microzone 2 programmers manual ?

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