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How to set up night mode on a Hicom 300, no ATC

How to set up night mode on a Hicom 300, no ATC

How to set up night mode on a Hicom 300, no ATC

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Is there a way to set the switch to night mode without an ATC?

Trying to use a LOCANA number, and it isn't working even when the switch time was set to evening hours.

Is there a setting where you can choose the hours that are for night mode, or just to set it to that?

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RE: How to set up night mode on a Hicom 300, no ATC

It is my understanding that if there is no ATC, then that system is considered to be always in night mode.

RE: How to set up night mode on a Hicom 300, no ATC

I don't know what you mean with ATC, but you can program night and day hours with the beruz-command. With the berum-command you can see which beruz-groups are active. Example berum-command:

ab-berum:allbum;

This command shows in which beruz-groups extensions are in. Note down which beruz-groups you need, in this example beruz-group 15.

ab-beruz:15;

This command shows which time-tables beruz-group 15 uses. To change the time-tables uses the following command:

einr-beruz:15,3,6-30,aus,22-30,aus;

15 stands for the beruz-group
3 stands for the day of the week
6-30 stands for an activation/in-activation time
aus/ein stands activation on or out
22-30 stands for an activation/in-activation time
aus/ein stands activation on or out

NOTE: if I execute this command between 6:30am and 22:30pm the day-time will end at 22:30pm. If I use after 22-30 the ein-parameter the PABX will stay in day-mode.

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