This is found on pages 1-13 through 1-15 of the EMT 10T User's Guide
Diagnostic tests Every time the peripheral powers up, it goes through a series of diagnostic tests. A series of messages will flash on the display. These diagnostic tests verify the proper function of the peripheral’s CPU and the network card (if present). After the tests, the BIOS revision level will be displayed; if you are running an Ethernet network and no EDS or Wilcom computer is on-line, the display may read: Insert Boot Disk.
If any of the diagnostics fail, the CPU will halt and the machine will not boot. This indicates a problem with the CPU. Contact your machine technician.
Configuring the peripheral
The first time the machine is turned on, it must be configured with a peripheral program and unit name. This information is stored in memory and retrieved during each power up. If the peripheral is not configured correctly, it will not operate properly and may be damaged.
The unit name is a unique address for each machine. The machine uses the unique EtherNet address as a default. You may change this to any 16 (or less) character name. Use a unique name for each machine if you have more than one machine on your network.