Stores individual messages and repeats them back to the terminal and/or to a distant station.
Also, enables operator to add or delete anything from the stored message before
(1) Without the memory circuit board, terminal operates in either RO or KSR state.
(2) Memory circuit board contains space for 16,000 characters.
(3) Memory is broken into "blocks" of 128 characters each for the purpose of monitoring
how much memory is in use at one time.
These "blocks" are indicated when terminal is in STATUS Command.
(4) When memory is approximately 75% full the MEM FULL lamp on the front panel lights
to warn the operator to start emptying some of the stored messages.
(5) Message memory is "temporary memory", which may be erased by the operator or ter-
minal. Message memory can be erased by the operator as follows:
Enter the REMOVE System Command.
Enter a DELETE subcommand in the EDIT System Command.
Move the POWER switch to OFF position.
Move the SELF-TEST switch to TEST position.
Move the STATE switch from one position to another.
(6) Terminal erases message memory when power fails without battery backup.