The System 10 is compliant provided:
PC is compliant
System 10 Version 7.0a (or Greater)
DPM's have a version 3.6G or 3.6H
EPROM Part Number 4026) chips can ordered from your dealer or distributor in the event that your current chip doesn't fall under Y2k complience.
System 10 Software
The System 10 software can be identified on the PC in the lower right hand corner of the password screen. The latest software version is available from our software page.
To verify if your Door Port Module(s) (DPM) are Y2K Compliant, verify the following on Each DPM on your System 10 Network:
:: EPROM Version ::
EPROM version information is printed on a white label attached to the EPROM on the DPM's circuit board. The label on each EPROM must be version 3.6G or 3.6H
:: EPROM and RAM Chips Must be Socketed ::
The EPROM and RAM chips must be socketed to the circuit board. Non-compliant boards have these chips soldered directly to the circuit board.
:: Shunt Jumper Must be Present ::
Shunt jumper must be present to the left of the RAM chip (this jumper must be in the J2 position). Non-compliant boards contain a series of resistors.