^B90 Define Modem Port Communication Parameters
Defines the baud rate, parity, data bits, and stop bits for the Modem Port. Command ^B90 uses
the following format:
^B90,baudrate,parity,databits,stopbits [Enter]
baudrate Can be 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, or 57600.
Only the first two characters must be specified. If an asterisk (*) is
entered in this field, the port will be set at the highest rate the
modem will support.
parity Can be None (N), Odd (O), Even (E), Mark (M), or Space (S).
databits Canbe7or8.
stopbits Canbe1or2.
Example: To set the Modem Port to 19200 baud, 8 bits, no parity, and 2 stop bits, type the
^B90,19,N,8,2 [Enter]
Set-Up Switch 8 (Power Up Default):
If Set-Up Switch 8 is UP, and power is lost, the Modem Port will default to 8 bits, no parity,
one stop bit. The baud rate will be set to the highest rate the modem will support.
If Command ^B90 specifies a baud rate above the modem's capability, an error
message will be sent.
If PollCat III is controlled via the Modem Port, changes will not take effect until
after you exit Command Mode. This prevents the user from being locked out of
the port.
If PollCat III is controlled via the Computer Port, changes will take effect
If Command ^B50 is invoked to return the unit to its default settings, PollCat III
will reset the port to the highest rate the modem will support.
When Command ^B90 is invoked, up to 10 seconds may elapse before the
"COMPLETE" message is returned. This delay is due to the time required to reset
the modem.
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