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Connection Question

Connection Question

RE: Connection Question

The TOA ZP-001 accepts two types of input signals. Either dry audio from a page port (which to me is a bad idea as you don't have two way audio for confirmation tones) or a standard analog extension that it answers on a ring signal. You have it set up for dry audio. I can honestly say I have never tried to use the page input. I assume it requires the contact closure to work. I have never worked with a CS1000 but know the Norstar has a contact for the page port.

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RE: Connection Question

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Thanks budbyrd. I had tried to connect it to a standard analog extension on the CS100 but it just rings no answer.

RE: Connection Question

Make sure to program the M9000 in the ZP settings. There is the option in there to ring signal or page port. The default is page port.

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RE: Connection Question

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Yes, have done that.

RE: Connection Question

If you have it set to ring you need to use the RJ11 port on the ZP-001.

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