PH202 Forgot Password

The PH202 did not allow you to set your own password. There were 9 different "preset" passwords that you could select from. The password setting menu allows you to set 3 different (or the same) passwords for 3 different functions.

  1. Maintenance Mode, where calibration is initiated
  2. Commissioning Mode, where settings are changed
  3. Service Mode, where special functions were located.

Each of these is a digit in the password entry, so you would set the password to X.Y.Z where X was a number from 1 to 9 selecting the password for the Maintenance Mode, Y was a number from 1 to 9 selecting the password for the Commissioning Mode, and Z was a number from 1 to 9 selecting the password for the Service Menu. See below for a list of the passwords:

1 = 111
2 = 333
3 = 777
4 = 888
5 = 123
6 = 957
7 = 331
8 = 546
9 = 847

For example:  if you set the password entry to 1.2.3. to calibrate you would have to enter 111, When you hit the * key to enter the Maintenance Mode the password would be 333, and to access the SERV menu the password would be 777.   There are no bypass passwords, these are the only passwords available for the unit. If you don't know the password keep trying the passwords from the list until you find the correct one. 

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