A failed cell test basically means that the 7706 was defaulted to potter settings instead of AES potter settings. Yes there is a difference. If you have a 7706 defaulted to the potter settings it turns the radio into a regular 6006 potter fire panel. If you use the AES potter default […]
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You may have heard or read the phrase “Routing Table” when referring to a Subscriber. This solution explains what the Routing Table is and how it is generated.An AES IntelliNet Subscriber maintains a list of ID’s, up to eight for the purpose of passing its messages or data packets through, in route to the head end or Central […]
How can there be several IDs at the top preference locations in a Routing Table, which have a Good Signal Quality (SQ) and yet have a NetCon of 7? If NetCon is 7 and there are what appears to be Good SQ IDs at the top of the list, then there is something else that is preventing […]
I have 6 years experience troubleshooting and programming AES radios and just want so share some information with you guys. This will cover radio model numbers 7788/7744 , 7706 and 7058. Explaining how NetCon works does get detailed so I broke it up into 8 parts. Make sure to scroll all the way to the […]
Three types of scenarios that you typically encounter when your car won’t start. This post will focus on scenario A & B and lightly cover scenario C. 😡 FIRST THINGS FIRST PEOPLE CHECK ALL YOUR FUSES. EVERY SINGLE ONE. A BURNT FUSE CAN GIVE YOU A BAD DAY. 😯 Scenario A Scenario B Scenario […]
This will show you how to remove the stock radio so you can replace it with an aftermarket unit. This will work for a 99 to 2004 model odyssey.