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TCIS Restore Factory Defaults

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A Turbine IP Station may have to be reset to its original factory default settings if, for instance, the password to the station web interface is forgotten. The defaults can either be set to Activated DHCP or Static IP.


Reset to Factory Default Settings with Activated DHCP



To reset:

1. While pressing any button, power up the station by connecting it to a PoE switch.
2. Hold the button until the station audio starts counting, and release the button on count 1.
3. Press and hold the button on count 5 and release on count 0.
- if there is no 0 count, the procedure has failed and you have to start again
4. Press the call button, and the station will speak its IP address
Factory Default with IP address from DHCP server


Factory default values

  • Station IP address: Determined by DHCP server. If no DHCP server is available, it gets a random 169.254.x.x address.
  • Username: admin
  • Password: alphaadmin
  • Mode of operation: Pulse

Reset to Factory Default Settings with Static IP


To reset:

1. While pressing any button, power up the station by connecting to a PoE switch.
2. Hold the button until the station audio starts counting, and release the button on count 1.
3. Press and hold the button on count 3 and release on count 0.
- if there is no 0 count, the procedure has failed and you have to start again
4. Press the call button, and the station will speak its IP address.
Factory Default with Static IP Address


Factory default values

  • Station IP address: 169.254.1.100
  • Username: admin
  • Password: alphaadmin
  • Mode of operation: Pulse
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