1st-per-Team (team-box) Buzzer System How It Works

The 1st-per-Team (team-box) Buzzer System records the order that players ring-in — one player per team.Players who ring-in after the first player can be called in the order they rang in if those who rang in earlier get the wrong answer.The following narrative describes how the system works.
Players ring in and are called on in the order they rang in.The moderator advances through the players by pressing the moderator button.At any time, the moderator can clear the system for the next question by pressing and holding the moderator button until the system chirps.
For simplicity,
these diagrams illustrate
four player per team.
The 1st-per-Team accommodates
5 players per team.
The system is cleared -
all players on all teams can ring-in.
The 1st player rings in -
the system beeps and the 1st player's light comes on.

Note: All other players on Team C are locked out.
While the first player is answering the question, the 2nd and 3rd players ring-in and are placed on the list.
All other players on those teams are locked out.
The 1st player got the wrong answer.
Press the MODERATOR BUTTON to find out Who's Next.
While the 2nd player is answering the question, the 4th and final player rings-in and is placed on the list.moderator
The 2nd player also got the wrong answer.
Who's Next??
Press the MODERATOR BUTTON and find out.
The 3rd player got the right answer!
We are ready to clear the system for the next question.
Press and hold the MODERATOR BUTTON until the system "chirps".
The system is cleared and ready for players to ring-in for the next question.