How do I change the date and time on the system using the Command Line Interface (LD 2)?

Time and date is programmed in LD 2:

  • Once LD 2 is loaded the prompt changes to period (.)
  • TTAD checks the current system date and time
  • STAD sets the date and time
  • The date is the Day in the Month, Month and Year. Time is Hour, Min and Sec.

    i.e. 25 12 1995, 18 34 21
  • To exit the program, type **** at the prompt

LD 2

  • .TTAD (No carriage return)
  • TUES 25 12 1995 18 34 21 (Systems current date and time is displayed)
  • .STAD 19 03 2002 19 30 00 (Set new date and time)
  • .TTAD TUES 19 03 2002 19 30 15 (Testing the date and time)
  • .**** (Exit Program)

For more information, view the guide below:

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Note: Release 5 systems do not support the use of overlay LD 2 unless it is accessed by a user logged in with level 2 permission. For information on Release 5 time change, please see How do I change the time and date?

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