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bcoleman Posted: 07-13-2012 10:19 AM

With the vast amount of LCD menus that one has to navigate in daily life now, it sure gets confusing remembering menus.  I find this is even more difficult on older equipment when you haven't worked on it for a while.  Can I make a request for a couple of menu maps for things like CEM Classics, CMes and the like?  Often times the only way for me to remember where I am going in the menu is to be sitting at the equipment.  This doesn't work well when I am trying to help someone over the phone.  Plus a menu map is a great way to help remember functions and settings that may have been forgotten after a long time of unuse.  Does that sound helpful to anyone else too?  Thanks

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Speaking solely about the Legacy Unison Processors, the menu flow chart is available in Appendix A of the ER &DR configuration manual on the ETC Website. This link will take you to the document:

 http://www.etcconnect.com/docs/docs_downloads/manuals/ERDRUnisonLegacyConfiguration.pdf

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Bryan Palmer

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ETC, INC

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The CEM Classic flow chart for standard and advanced modes can be found in appendix 3&4 of the CEM 3.1 manual here - http://www.etcconnect.com/docs/docs_downloads/manuals/Sensor_CEM_3.1_User_Manual.pdf

 

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I guess I should have rephrased my thought.  I was looking more toward a single document that contained the menu maps for all of the products.  Something like that would be useful in the Tech Cheat Sheet Book.

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