Element and Fusion Module ID information
This document applies to both Fusion and Element Console and Accessory modules.
There are several type of modules available for Fusion and Element consoles. When looking at the module information page you will see modules listed with different ID. The module ID will be listed at 1:5 or 5:9, etc.
The first number identifies the TYPE of the module module (see below), the second is the ID of that module.
Module ID is controlled by a rotary dip switch on the back of the module. Position F on each module is the self-test position and can not be used for normal operation. The factory default position for the main monitor module's ID is "0."
Fader module provides 4 fader channels. This model does not include Set and Hold buttons as found on the US Phone and Europhone modules. Note, this module was discontinued a number of years ago. No Fusion modules were manufactured in this configuration.
Same as "4Fader" but provides additional buttons for phone system control 'Set' and 'Hold. This is the most common module.
Consists of 2 fader channels and a Telos "call control module".Fader channels are the same as on "Euro Phone Module" and can be used as normal fader channels.
Alternatively called Monitor and navigation module. It allows users to use Element menu system. Every Element needs one (and only one) such module for normal operations. More than one master module in one system is not supported.
User add-on modules provides some extra features to the console. Several subtypes of user modules exists:
Note that only 10 button version exist for Fusion
Production module serves as a shortcut module for channel operations. It allows changes to channel options quick and easy without navigating through Element menus. Only single production module is allowed in the Element. This module was not available as a Fusion module.
Consists of 2 fader channels and a reduced Monitor section. Fader channels are the same as on "Euro Phone Module" and can be used as normal fader channels. Monitor section is meant to be used instead of a Master Module. Only one allowed per console.
Accessory extension modules are somewhat similar to user modules as they also provide extended functionality. Also several subtypes exists:
Axia Intercom modules mounted inside the console frame.
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