Telos VSet - Using Test Mode
Accessing Test Mode
- Press the MENU button and look for the SETUP option.
If you have a VSet6, you will need to scroll down using the soft keys to the right of the screen or the Line “6” key to the left of the screen.
- Hold the numbered line key next to SETUP down for fjve seconds and release.
- Once in the SETUP menu, look for an item called TEST MODE. It’s at the bottom of the list.
- Press the numbered line key next to TEST MODE, and this will start the program.
1. Dead Pixel Test
- Select Dead Pixel Test from the menu
- Press the “NEXT >>” button to enter stage 1.
The display(s) will turn all white. Inspect these screens for pixel defects.
- Pressing “NEXT >>” again will start stage 2.
A vertical single-pixel-wide black line will scroll across the screen, allowing you to check for more pixel defects.
- Press NEXT again to start test 2.
2. Keyboard Test
- Press each key on the Vset one at a time. Press for long enough to confirm status on the screen
- Checks all of the keys on the VSet’s front panel.
- You will see a visual representation of the buttons on the display. They are color-coded to indicate status:
- Red means the key has not been pressed.
- Yellow means the key is in the down position (closed).
- Green means the key has been pressed but is now in the up position (open).
- Press the NEXT >> button again to move on to test 3.
3. Microphone Test
- Checks to ensure proper handset and headset microphone functionality.
- The audio captured by the microphone is played back to the speaker.
- Using the handset, talk into the mic, listen to yourself and observe the volume meter.
- Use the dial pad’s 1, 2, or 3 keys to switch between outputs.
- If distortion is heard, move on to the speaker test to verify that it is a problem with the mic and not the speaker.
- Press NEXT >> to go to the next test.
4. Speaker Test
- Checks for proper functionality of the speakers used in the VSet.
- If there was distortion or missing audio in the last test, this would help narrow things down a bit further.
- You should hear the ringtone playing on the VSet’s speaker.
- Check the volume meter and use keys 1, 2, and 3 on the dial pad to switch the output between the handset, headset, and speaker.
- Press NEXT >> to move on to the next test.
5. Network Test
This test will test the connectivity of the VSet using TCP, UDP, and Multicast sockets.
- Enter the IP address for the VSet and press the NEXT >> button.
- The network test will begin testing the connectivity of the VSet.
- The VSet will be listening to port 80 for TCP, port 40000 for UDP, and 22.214.171.124:4001 for multicast.
- Observe the on-screen for each socket as well as the network stats as the test progresses.
- The data shown echoes the data sent to the VSet over the network.
Exiting Test Mode
- To exit test mode and restore the VSet to service, power cycle it.