Loading Custom Factory DefaultsTo load the default factory defined in your device, enter the Installer Programming Mode and advance to second page of the System Programming and refer to following procedure. This will allow you to select one of the following programming tables (the data in the tables below reflect the over-riding factory data for the devices listed as targeted by the selection table. Refer to Programming Default Tables section of this Manual to view the Default Tables. Over-ridden factory data will override previously programmed data for the specified system applications)
Which Table Should I Use?First, use the common sense approach and decide to use the table that best matches the applications that you are sure you will have installed in your device! This may be useful to check the current factory data used by the applications even before programming the customized factory data into the device.
Basic Customization Example, Unit #2To custom build a table for the first application that will be emulated of the default three (Base, Base, and Demo) should select the base table. For the base application, use the following example that shows how a table is created for the windows application. d2c66b5586