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Magix message waiting - LED vs. Neon

Magix message waiting - LED vs. Neon

Magix message waiting - LED vs. Neon

(OP)
In troubleshooting an issue with an analog device, a hardware vendor has repeatedly asked me if the message waiting lights on the Magix are LED or Neon, and he says the setting can be changed. I told him I don't believe that's true, but he is insistent. He knows this because the old Definity systems have adjustable Message Waiting Signaling, so surely the Magix does too. Can someone confirm or deny this?

RE: Magix message waiting - LED vs. Neon

this person is absolutely wrong. definity switches could be equipped with optional hardware allowing it the use of neon message lamps
you may even see some neon lamps working with 1a key equipment. neon message lamps are not supported in legend/magix voice messaging or telephones.

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RE: Magix message waiting - LED vs. Neon

(OP)
Thank you very much wireboy!

RE: Magix message waiting - LED vs. Neon

Yep, he's "ASSUMING" they were engineered by they same group. Not no way, not no how!

They even got a whole new group of people when they started the Partner too.




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