Manager is a convenient way to group AMS message centers into categories.
You can have as many sites listed in the Site Manager as you need.
You can have one site per message center, or you can have several
message centers in one site. You can group sites together in groups.
Each local and remote AMS message center may be given a specific identification
code, so that certain messages may sent only to specific displays.
Note to BetaBrite users: The BetaBrite does not have an identification
code; it receives and displays all properly formatted messages that
are transmitted through its cable.
setup a site, you are required to enter important information for
the message center(s) in the site -- the serial address(es) for the
message center(s) in the site, the Serial COM port or connection device
being used, the firmware level, the telephone number if a modem is
being used, the Cap Code if wireless transmission is being used, whether
or not this is an editor transmit site, whether or not error checking
should be used, which file contains Counter values, should message
centers beep when a message is sent, should messages be transmitted
at a later time, what Time Zone are the message centers in, should
the use of the Remote Control Keyboard be allowed, are certain memory
areas reserved, (for a broadcast service or computer application)
that you create can have its own list of messages and message run
times. This allows you to have a unique or special list of messages
and message schedules for different signs and groups of signs.
can have the same or different connection options (Local Wired, Modem,
Ethernet, etc.) and each site can have one or more Serial Sign Addresses.
Checking may be activated to ensure that messages get to the intended
AMS message center correctly. Comm Manager checks each transmitted
message and notifies the sender when a transmission error occurs.
The messages may be easily retransmitted when the error condition
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