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AP Conversion kit for 110 series


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VE UCB is confusing.  You MUST have the programming key to get started.  It works mostly with 4 keys... scroll up, scroll down, enter, exit.  Once you figure those buttons out, you can start messing around.

If it IS a VE UCB, you have to hold the service mode button for 5 seconds to enter programming mode.

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9 minutes ago, Apple Leisure said:
19 hours ago, cvending said:

Instructions should have come with the upgrade kit. Which board did you get?

I'm not sure I understand.  I got it for an AP 113 but I thought they were the same for the 110 series.

He means did you get the Vendors Exchange board or the InOne board. Both companies make conversion kits, but they are different in operation.

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The AP 110 is the series, which includes the AP 111, 112, and 113.  There might be some other model but I have only ever heard of those 3.  But as falls said, he was asking about which kit you got aka what BRAND of board did you get?

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http://images.veii.com/images/Manuals/UCB/UCB Programming Flowchart 3_0_0.pdf

http://images.veii.com/images/Manuals/UCB/UCB_Keypad_Programming_Charts_3.0.pdf

The first link is the "flow chart" which explains (poorly in my opinion) how to navigate the programming.  The second link is the programming keypad chart... which allows you to figure out which keys on your keypad operate which operation.  Since you are using an AP 110 series, you need to use that chart.

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