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Minitor IV On/Off Duty

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billyfromhill

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How does the on/off duty functionality work with Minitor IIIs and IVs. Under the frequency tabs I have the option to program tone sets as on duty or off duty. In the switch settings I have the option for on/off duty to be enabled or disabled. How does this effect which tone sets alert when on/off duty is enabled.
 

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I started a thread on this same topic a few months ago. You should find the answers in that thread.

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How does the on/off duty functionality work with Minitor IIIs and IVs. Under the frequency tabs I have the option to program tone sets as on duty or off duty. In the switch settings I have the option for on/off duty to be enabled or disabled. How does this effect which tone sets alert when on/off duty is enabled.
+1 and then some to what Krokus just told you.

Use the Search This Forum link with the key words minitor duty and you will find dozens of threads on the topic. Yeah, they will include the Minitor V's, but guess what? They all follow the same logic and methods for ON/OFF Duty.

The questions that you ask have already been answered here for your reading and learning pleasure.
 

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I have a question about On/Off Duty also. I wish to do this if it can be done:
A: Selective Call All tones except EMS alert only
B: Selective Call All tones except EMS Vibe only
C: Monitor F 1 - All tones Vibe/Alert
D. Monitor F 2 - All tones Vibe/Alert
 
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