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system compatible osbiz x5

system compatible osbiz x5

system compatible osbiz x5

Hi All,
i have an inquiry regarding osbiz x5 what are the compatible card of the FF

osbiz X5 V1 i used SLAD16 and SLAV16 unfortunately no dialtone
osbiz X5 V3 mainboard is v1 i used slav16 no dialtone

can you help to specify what are the cards supported in different version of system

thank you.


RE: system compatible osbiz x5

It still depends on the used power supply.
The newer OCPSM only supports SLAV but not SLAD cards.

RE: system compatible osbiz x5

Hi xs650
This is noted.
i have UPSC-D unfortunately v1 and v2 on slav16 not working. i have 3 slav16 with fan and we notice during installation that 3 cards have no dialtone and analog mainboard. thank you

RE: system compatible osbiz x5

In which country are you located?
I think there is a switch at the power supply for the ring frequency (25, 20 or 50Hz).
If it is set wrong you have no ringtone at the analog ports.
As far as I know: USA needs 25 HZ, France needs 50Hz and the other international markets 20 Hz

RE: system compatible osbiz x5

Philippines.i already set this frequency and unfortunately aame problem.thank you

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