Comdial ExecuTech 0616 Series Specifications

COMDWL
ExecuTech
Model XE Key System
System Manual
This publication is applicable for the
following common equipment:
- Model NO308 (Revision B and later)
- Model NO61 6 (Revision B and later)
- Model NO820 (Revision C and later)
-Model N1024 (Revision C and later)
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Chapter 1 System Description
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Section 1 introduction
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Manual Scope ................................................
RelatedPublications .............................................
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Section 3 General Information
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Configuration
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Common Equipment Description .......................................
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Station Description
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DSS/BLF Console Description ........................................
Chapter 2 Description Of System Features ................................
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Section 1 Standard Features
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Add-on Conference
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All Intercom Links Busy Indication ......................................
Auto Dial ...................................................
Automatic Hold Transfer To Intercom (Answer Hold)
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Automatic Redial ...............................................
Auxiliary Equipment Interface
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Auxiliary Station Ringer Interface
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Background Music ..............................................
Basic Key Service (lA2) ...........................................
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Battery Back-up
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Battery Back-up Interface
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Call Announce With Handsfree Answerback .................................
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Call Transfer
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Callng Station Identification
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Common Audible Ringer Interface ......................................
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Dial 0 For System Attendant
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Direct Station Selection Intercom
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Distinctive Ringing ..............................................
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Do Not Disturb ................................................
End To End Signalling On Intercom
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Handsfree Answer Inhibit
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Hearing Aid Compatible Handset
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I Hold And I Use Indications
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Intercom Call Progress Tones ......
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Intercom Line Lockout ............................................
Last Number Redial .............................................
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Line Preselection ...............................................
Manual Hold .................................................
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Memory Retention Without Batteries .....................................
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Modular Wiring And JacksN-Conductor
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Momentary Keys With LED Indicators ....................................
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Multiline Conferencing
Music Interface ................................................
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Mute
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On-Hook Dialing ...............................................
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PBWCentrex/Central
Office Compatible
Power Failure Transfer ............................................
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Power On Visual Indication
Programmable Keys .............................................
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Programmable DSS/BLF ...........................................
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Pull Out Directory
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Self Diagnostics
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Single-Digit Station Dialing ..........................................
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Speakerphone
Station Speed Dial ..............................................
Subdued Ringing ...............................................
Voice Announce Blocking
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Section 2 Programmable
Features
Access Denied ................................................
All-Call Paging ................................................
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Automatic Abandoned Hold Release
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Automatic Pause Insertion ..........................................
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Automatic Privacy
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Call Pickup - Directed
Call Pickup - System .............................................
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Class Of Service Programming
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2.-5
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Default Functional Program
Delayed Ringing ...............................................
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DSS/BLF Console
Exclusive Hold
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2-6
2-6
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Flexible Line Assignment
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Flexible Ringing Assignments
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Headset Interface
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Idle Line Preference
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External Paging Interface
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LCDSupport
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LineType...................................................2................................................
Music-On-Hold
Music-On-Hold System-Wide
Night Transfer (Of Ringing)
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Enable/Disable
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Off-Hook Voice Announce With Hands Free Answer-Back
OPX Support .................................................
Originating Denied ..............................................
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Personalized Ringing Tone
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Prime Line Automatic
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Privacy Release
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Programmable Keys .............................................
Pulse/Tone Switchable ............................................
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Ringing Line Preference
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Secure Off -Hook Voice Announce
Square/Non-Square
System ..........................................
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Station By Station Privacy ..........................................
System Speed Dial ..............................................
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TAP (Flash/Recall)
Tenant Service ................................................
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Timed Hold Recall ..............................................
Toll Restriction - Flexible ...........................................
Tone Or Voice Signalling (Intercom) .....................................
Zone Paging .................................................
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Chapter 3 Installation
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Section 1 Standard Installation Details
Mounting Considerations
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Mounting Procedure
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AC Power Connection
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Battary Back-Up
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System Grounding
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Line Connections
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Station Connections
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Station Pairing
Section 2 Option Installation Details ....................................
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DSS/BLF Console Connection
Off-Hook Voice Announce With Hands Free Answerback
Secure Off-Hook Voice Announce
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Power Failure Station
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Common Audible And Auxiliary Station Interface (Station 17 Audible)
External Paging Interface - Station PA Port ................................
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External Paging Interface - Line Port
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Auxiliary Station Interface
Music Interface ...............................................
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Section 3 Checkout And Failure Isolation
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Installation Checkout
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Resistance Check
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Voltage Check
General Check
Failure Isolation
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System Status Indicator
Station Self Test ..............................................
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Failure Indications
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Section 4 Installer/User
Information
Regarding FCC Rules And Regulations
Notification To Telephone Company ....................................
Compatibility With Telephone Network
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Installation Requirements
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Party Lines And Coin Lines
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Troubleshooting
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Repair Authorization
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Radio Frequency Interference
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Ringer Equivalence
Number
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Chapter 4 System Programming
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Section 1 Introduction
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Section
2 Class Of Service Programming
Section
3 System Administration
Section
4 Attendant
Programming
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Programming
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Chapter 5 Systern Operating
Procedures
Section 1 Station Operation
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Basic Operation
Calling
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Answering A Call .............................................
Placing A Call On Hold ..........................................
Placing Intercom Calls ..........................................
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Answering Intercom Calls
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Direct Station Selection/Busy Lamp Field - DSS/BLF
Transferring Outside Calls ........................................
Conference Calls .............................................
Feature Operation
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Redialing
Automatic Dialing .............................................
Station Speed Dialing ...........................................
System Speed Dialing
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Voice Announce Blocking
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Line Monitoring
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TAP (Recall/Flash)
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External Paging ..............................................
All-Call And Zone Paging .........................................
Do Not Disturb
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Mute / Handsfree Answer Inhibit .....................................
Pulse/Tone Switching ...........................................
Message Waiting .............................................
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Background Music
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Call Pickup
Personal Ringing Tones
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System Speed Dial Programming
Night Transfer
Music On Hold
System Clock
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Section 3 System Operating Characteristics
Feature Dialing Code Numbering
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Plan ....................................
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Ringer Volume Control .............................................
Status Indicators And Tone Sequences
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Chapter 6 Maintenance
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Technical Assistance And Repair Service
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Fuse Location
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Wiring
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Publication Index
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Table 3-l. Line Connections
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Table 3-2a. Station Connections (Models NO61 6, N0820, and N1024)
Table 3-2b. Station Connections (Model N0308)
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Table 3-3. Voltage Measurements
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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure l-l. Outline Dimensions - Common
Figure l-2. Outline Dimensions - Station
Equipment
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Figure l-3. Station Images
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Figure 3-l. Mounting Details
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Figure 3-2. AC Power Connection And System Grounding
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Figure 3-3a. Interconnection
Figure 3-3b. Interconnection
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Details (Models NO61 6, N0820, and N1024) .................
Details (Model N0308)
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Figure 3-4. Off-Hook Voice Announce Connections
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Power Failure Station Connection
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Common Audible And Auxiliary Station Interface .......................
External Paging Interface - Station PA Port ..........................
External Paging Interface - Line Port .............................
Figure 3-9. Auxiliary Station Interface Connections
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Figure 3-l 0. Music Interface ........................................
Figure 4-l. Program Key Locations
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Figure 4-2a. System Programming Block Diagram
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Figure 4-2b. System Programming Block Diagram
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Figure 5-l. Controls And Indicators ......................................
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SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
SECTION 1
INTRODUCTION
MANUAL SCOPE
RELATED PUBLICATIONS
This publication contains a complete description of the
ExecuTech model XE electronic key system. The
manual is is divided into:
Related publications, which contain additional
information applicable to this electronic key system,
are available from the manufacturer.
System Description
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Feature Description
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0 System Programming
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Maintenance
This issue of publication
previous issues.
They are as follows:
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GENERAL INFORMATION
IMI 01-001 Compliance Requirements To FCC
Rules and Regulations Part 68 and 15
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IMI 01-005 Handling Of Electrostatically Sensitive
Components
USER INFORMATION
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all
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Guide
GCA 70-l 11 Station User Guide
INSTALLER INFORMATION
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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
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MODEL NUMBER
SPECIFICATION
SYSTEM CAPACITY
LINES:
STATIONS:
DSS/BLF CONSOLES:
INTERCOM PATHS:
MAXIMUM SIMULTANEOUS
INTERCOM CONVERSATIONS:
NO308
3
8
4
1
NO61 6
6
16
8
3
NO820
8
20
10
3
N1024
10
24
12
2
2
3
3
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POWER REQUIREMENTS
(Fully loaded system)
AC POWER:
(approximate)
DIMENSIONS
COMMON
117V +/- 10 % Singlephase - all models
.8 A
.8A
.4A
.5A
65 W
65W
25 W
45 w
40 VA
60 VA
80 VA
8OVA
EQUIPMENT:
WIDTH (inches):
HEIGHT(inches):
DEPTH (inches):
WEIGHT (pounds):
STATIONS:
FOOTPRINT (inches):
WEIGHT (pounds):
10.4
14.9
3.0
9.0
13.1
19.4
3.0
14.0
15.6
21 .l
3.0
16.5
15.6
21.1
3.0
17.0
6.5 x 8.5
1.9
STATION CABLE REQUIREMENTS
TYPE:
MAXIMUM
SWITCHING
OPERATING
LENGTH:
PRINCIPLE:
Twisted, non-shielded, #24AWG
1500 feet for multiline stations
Solid-state, space-division
control
analog switching with stored program
ENVIRONMENT
TEMPERATURE:
32-l 22 degrees F (O-50 degrees C)
HUMIDITY:
90 percent relative, non-condensing
TERMINATIONS
LINE:
Standard, 6-conductor
STATION:
Standard 50-pin female connectors for connection to external
distribution field on models NO61 6, N0820, and N1024.
Standard 6-conductor
minijack (USOC RJ14C)
minijack (USOCRJ14C)
for model N0308.
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INPUT LEVEL:
INPUT IMPEDANCE:
CONNECTOR:
CENTRAL
3 Volts peak-to-peak maximum
Approximately 500 Ohms
RCA phono jack
OFFICE LIMITS
LOOP LIMITS:
CABLE INSULATION
LEAKAGE:
INDUSTRY/REGULATORY
STANDARDS:
1900 Ohms maximum loop
15000 Ohms minimum
FCC Certified, part 15 (Class A)
FCC registered (fully protected)
UL listed (power supply only)
EIA RS478
Bell publication 48002 guidance
Hearing aid compatible handset
MEMORY RETENTION
AFTER POWER LOSS:
30 hours minimum (typically 200 hours)
FCC REGISTRATION
CVW7WC-12829-KF-E
NUMBER:
RINGER EQUIVALANCE
NUMBER:
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telepfione stations. The software architecture of the
common equipment provides complete system
support and great flexibility of operation.
COhlFIGURIiTlON
The model XE electronic key telephone system
consists of an electronic Key Service Unit (KSU), also
referred to as common equipment, dedicated
electronic key telephones, and interconnecting wiring
consisting of small, 4-- or 6--conductor, twisted-pair
cable.
The common equipment is contained in a functional,
modern-style metal housing of contemporary design in
keeping with the needs of the modern office
environment. It is engineered to be wall or rack
mounted; The outline dimensions of the common
equipment cabinet are illustrated in FiQure 1-i.
The station and line capacity of the various family
members are per the following chart.
iMODEL
NO.
CO/bBX
CAPAbTY
STATION
CAPACITY
NO308
NO61 6
NO820
Ni024
3
6
8
10
8
16
20
24
STATION
The model XE telephone system is full featured, and
supports a specially designed group of key telephones
(model 67xxx-xx series) described below. In addition,
it also supports the ExecuTech multiiine telephone
models 661 ~-XX, 6620-xx, and 6622-xx in both
speakerphone and monitor versions. (If a model
6614S-xx is used, a moderate volume setting may be
required to avoid the possibility of a squeal being
sounded through the station speaker during call
announce and/or background music operations.)
The stations provide the following features:
e Full modular connection
* 4 fixed keys with indicators
. SPKR
. MUTE
. HOLD
An optional kit supplied clock/chip socket assembly
can be added to allow the model XE system to support
the operation of a model 6600-xx ExecuTech LCD
speakerphone in addition to the telephones mentioned
above. The LCD speakerphone will provide the
following feature displays for the user’s convenience:
. ITCM
e 2 fixed keys without indicators
i TAP
0 TRANSCONF
i Time and Date
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Call Duration Time
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Do Not Disturb
i Line Identification When Chosen Followed By The
Numbers Dialed
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Intercom Calling Party Identification
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Intercom Number Dialed
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Re-display Of Call Time Of Last Call When HOLD
Key Is Pressed
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Clock Programming From Station 10
COMMON
EQUIPMENT
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The model 67xxx-xx teleptione stations are electronic,
microprocessor- controlled, devices. They allow not
only multiline pickup but also single key access to
features available from the serving CO, PBX, or
CENTREX switch as well as the common equipmeht.
The outline dimensions of the system statioiis are
illustrated in Figuri I-2 and the images are illustrated
in Figure 1-3.
Programmable keys (softkeys) with and without
indicators
i 7-foot, 6-conductor line cord
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0 6 position, 4- or 6-cohductor modular line jack
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K-type handset (hearing aid compatible)
0 Ringer volume control (Off, Low, and High)
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Desk/wall reversibility
DSS/BLe CC)N$$OLE DESCRIPTION
The DSS/BLF console is an optional device designed
to be a companion to a system attendant station in
high call volume situations that require a dedicated
call transfer location. The Console provides a direct
station selection (DSS) intercom, and an associated
busy lamp field (BLF). -It also provides one-key
access to all-call when that feature is available.
DESdRlPTlON
The common equipment is a fully electrontc device. It
is essentially a special purpose computer system
acting as a communications controller between central
office (CO), private branch exchange (PBX), or
CENTREX supplied lines and the proprietary
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twenty-four stations thus leaving these consoles with a
large quanity of blanked keys.
The model EB32-xx, DB32-xx, DB32S-xx, DB40-xx,
and DB70-xx DSS/BLF consoles are all compatible
with the XE system. The station port to which they are
connected must be programmed as a DSS/BLF
console port. The console keys are fixed for DSSlBLF
operation beginning with station 10 and ending with
the maximum station number in the system. The
remainder of the keys are blanked and are unuseable
for any other purpose. For this reason it is
recommended that the larger consoles (DB40 and
DB70) not be used unless absolutely necessary since
the XE system has a maximum station capacity of
The DB32S-xx Adjunct Feature Module can be used
as either a DSS/BLF console or as an off-hook voice
announce with handsfree answerback (OHVNHFAB)
unit; however, it can not be used for both purposes at
the same time. The station port must be programmed
for whichever of these features that is required. The
console feature allows DSS/BLF operation while the
OHVAIHFAB allows voice announcing to a station
already busy on a call and subsequent handsfree
answering by that station user.
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and wait for a response. It will do this once a minute
for approximately 10 minutes. The user must lift the
handset to take immediate control if.the call is completed. Users of the optional speakerphone station
can take control by pressing the SPKR key instead of
lifting the handset.
ADD-ON CONFERENCE
(2 INTERNAL, 1 EXTERNAL PARTIES)
This system feature allows a station, while operating in
a private mode, to add another station to an outside
call.
ALL INTERCOM LINKS
BUSY INDICATION
AUXILIARY
EQUIPMENT
INTERFACE
A non-key system telephone device or data device can
be connected ahead of the common equipment on certain line ports across the tip and ring leads. Special
terminals in the line jack are provided for this purpose.
The system can detect an off -hook condition in the
connected device, and turn on the line status light at
the key system telephone stations with access to the
line to indicate the busy condition.
When all intercom paths are busy, the system causes
the intercom light at each station to be on steady.
AUTO DIAL
Each multiline station provides programmable dialing
features. Softkeys can be programmed to store numbers for automatic dialing purposes. The stored numbers can be up to fifteen digits in length and can
include line or intercom selection, numbers, #, %,
pauses, and flash signals. A pause is stored each
time the HOLD key is pressed, and a flash signal is
stored each time the TAP key is pressed. The pause
and flash intervals are programmable.
Any softkey
that does not have a line assignment can be
programmed as an auto dial. Additionally, an auto
dial number can be stored as a secondary function at
every key programmed for direct station selection.
Often used host PBX or CENTREX feature access
codes can be stored at a softkey location to provide
one-key access to the features. Also refer to the discussions titled, AUTOMATIC PAUSE INSERTION,
STATION SPEED DIAL, and PROGRAMMABLE
DSS/BLF.
AUXILIARY STATION
INTERFACE
RINGER
The auxiliary station ringer interface provides “dry-contact” relay closures whenever station 17 rings. The
contact closures track the ringing pattern of station 17,
and can be used to control an external signalling
device. When a particular station port is programmed
to function as a PA port, the auxiliary ringer interface
relay contacts automatically become supervisory contacts. They close when the PA port is called. In this a
configuration, they are used to enable an external PA
system. Also refer to the discussion titled, COMMON
AUDIBLE RINGER INTERFACE.
BACKGROUND
AUTOMATIC HOLD TRANSFER TO INTERCOM (ANSWER HOLD)
MUSIC
If an external music source is provided, background
music can be turned on and off at individual stations.
Background music automatically turns off during calls.
Also refer to the discussion titled, EXTERNAL MUSIC
SOURCE.
If the intercom line is selected while an outside line
call is active, this system feature causes the outside
call to be automatically placed on hold.
BASIC KEY SERVICE
AUTOMATIC REDIAL OF BUSY
NUMBER OR UNANSW L RED CALL)
(lA2)
The system provides all of the basic, lA2-type, key
service features. These features are: selective line
pickup, common line pickup, multiline pickup, and hold.
Automatic redial of the last dialed number can be
made available at every station through softkey
programming (the station user must program a softkey
for use as an auto redial key). With this feature, a
,, busy number or an unanswered call can be redialed
repeatedly. Once automatic redial is activated, the station will select the line, automatically dial the number,
BATTERY BACK-UP
(CHASSIS, CABLE, AND BATTERIES)
Battery back-up assemblies including chassis, cable,
and battery are offered as optional kits (available from
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Comdial). The assemblies are designed to connect
directly to the un-interruptable power source (UPS) interface located on the common equipment chassis.
No user intervention is required with this feature, and
no class of service programming is required.
BATTERY
BACK-UP
an incoming line rings. These contact closures track
the ringing pattern and can be used to control an external signalling device. When a particular station port is
programmed to be a PA port, the common audible
ringer interface contact points automatically become
supervisory contacts which close when the PA port is
called. In this configuration, they are used to enable
an external PA system. Also, see the discussion titled,
AUXILIARY STATION RINGER INTERFACE.
INTERFACE
Provision has been made for attaching a Comdial
provided optional battery back-up kit to give full
unintermptable system power in case of an AC power
loss. The switching and trickle charge circuitry are in
the common equipment, while batteries, chassis, and
cable are packaged as a separate option. When
plugged into an active AC power source the common
equipment will constantly charge the attached batteries with a trickle current. Built-in circuitry automatically switches to battery power when AC power is lost.
With batteries at full charge, a fully loaded system will
operate for a minimum of one hour without AC power.
No class of service programming is required.
DIAL 0 FOR SYSTEM AtTENDANT
The system attendant station (station 10) is signalled
whenever the digit 0 is dialed on the intercom line.
DIRECT STATION SEkCTION
INTERCOM
Refer to the discussion titled, PROGRAMMABLE
DSSBLF.
DISTINCTIVE
CALL ANNOUNCE WITH HANDSFREE
ANSWERBACK
The internal speaker at each multiline station provides
call-announce capability over the intercom link. A
handsfree response to a call-announce call can be
made. This response is transmitted by the microphone
built into the handset. Also refer to the discussion
titled, VOICE ANNOUNCE BLOCKI’NG
CALL TRANSFER
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DO NOT DISTURB
Any station can be set to a do-not-disturb mode using
the SPKR key. While in this mode, the station will not
ring on any incoming call nor will it accept an intercom
call. A party making an intercom call to a statio’n set in
the do-not-disturb mode hears a fast busy tone. The
feature cannot be overridden by the calling party.
- SCREENED
Screened call transfer allows outside calls to be transferred from one station to another, via the intercom
link, in one of two ways. If both stations have access
to the line, a common line pickup transfer can be effected. If the other station does not have access to
the incoming line, transfer can still take place using
the system transfer feature. For a screened transfer, a
call is transferred to another station with a pre-transfer
announcement by the transferring party. Transferring
of calls is accomplished with the T/C (TRANSFER/CON’FERENCE) key.
FALLING
STATION
END TO END SIGNALLING
ON INTERCOM
After an intercom call has been established, the system can continue to send dialing signals (DTMF tones)
through the intercom path. This feature can be performed from every station in the system, and is used
by peripherals such as an OPX accessory unit and
voice mail equipment. @12PT CTRD TTL = END TO
END SIGNALLING
ON LINES
IDENTIFICATION
If the station number of a calling station has been
programmed into the DSS/BLF of a called station, the
calling,station will be identified by the flashing BLF
light at the called station. The lights adjacent to
softkeys indicate status of DSS telephones: dark =
idle, steady-on = in use, flash = calling, and flutter =
call back request (if feature is available).
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RINGING
The ringing cadence of an incoming call is the same
as the ringing cadence of the TELCO, PBX, or
CENTREX system. The ringing cadence of an intercom call presents two tone bursts sounded every 4
seconds.
After an outside call has been established, the system
can continue to send dialing’ signals (DTMF tones)
through the telco network and have them received at
the distant end for inward calf completion (bank by
phone, etc.). This conventional, off-hook dialing feature can be performed from every station in the system. No class of service programming is required.
INTERFACE
HANDSFREE
Connections are available at the key service unit
which provide “dry-contact” relay closures whenever
ANSWER
I‘NHIBIT
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If it is busy, no further choice is made. Also refer to
the discussion titled, AUTOMATIC PAUSE INSERTION.
gement will prevent a station user from monitoring
another station site using the monitoring ability of the
voice announce feature. When the key is pressed, all
handsfree answerback is disabled thus inhibiting any
off-site monitoring. The speaker light will flash to indicate that this feature is active. Also refer to the discussion titled, MUTE.
HEARING AID COMPATIBLE
LINE PRESELECTION
A line can be manually selected before lifting the handset (for handsfree dialing) or after the handset is lifted.
HANDSET
MANUAL
The station handset is compatible with magneticallycoupled hearing aids.
A key activated feature at each station will place an
outside line on hold. Pressing the HOLD key holds
the call, provides a distinctive flash rate of the line key
indicator, and allows the user to access other station
features. The holding station or any other station
which has access to the line can retrieve the held call.
I HOLD AND I USE INDICATIONS
The light associated with a line key provides a visual
indication of the status of that line. When a station
user has a line in-use or on-hold at a station, the light
indication provided at that station is of a different flash
rate than the indication provided at the other stations
in the system.
INTERCOM
CALL PROGRESS
MEMORY RETE;~;~;lWlTHOUT
TONES
MESSAGE WAITING
Special dialing codes enable a station user to control
the message waiting (MW) light at other stations in the
system.
When the message waiting light is turned on at a station, a call can be placed to the originating station to.
pick up the message.
LINE LOCKOUT
MODULAR WIRING AND JACKS/4-CONDUCTOR WIRE SYSTEM
Refer to the discussion titled, VOICE ANNOUNCE
BLOCKING.
INTERCOM
The system can be completely interconnected by
employing industry standard 50-pin connectors and
modular plug/jack combinations.
Station wiring is
small, 4-conductor, twisted-pair cable throughout the
system.
LINE TIMEOUT
Should the intercom line be selected with no dialing or
other action taking place, the intercom will timeout
after ten seconds, and return to an idle state.
LAST NUMBER
BAT-
Independent of the optional battery pack, the system
memory is electronically protected during AC power
failures by an electronic component sometimes
referred to as a “super-cap”. The stored program data
will remain in memory for a minimum of 30 hours
provided that the system has been powered continuously for at least 30 minutes prior to the power
failure or disconnection.
Intercom call progress is marked by special tones. A
steady tone is provided for dial tone. For tone signalled intercom calls, a two-tone burst is sounded
every four seconds at a called station and returned to
the caller as ring back. For a voice signalled intercom
call, a single tone burst is sounded at a called station
and returned to the caller as ring back. When a called
station is busy on an outside call, a two-tone burst is
sounded every four seconds at the called station and
returned to the calling station as ring-back. When a
called station is busy on the intercom, a busy signal of
one tone burst sounded each second is received at
the calling station.
INTERCOM
HOLD
MOMENTARY KEYS WITH LED
INDICATORS
REDIAL
Each station is provided with a last number redial feature. This feature will save thirty digits of the last outside number dialed. A newly dialed number will
always automatically replace a previously dialed number. Upon command, the system will choose a line
and redial the saved number. The system will first
choose the prime line if assigned and idle. If it is busy
or unavailable, the system will choose any line assigned to idle line preference. If they are unavailable,
the system will chose the last line used at the station.
The station keys are momentary contact, press and
release types. They provide line selection, call
monitoring, and other feature selection. Visual indication of the feature selection is provided by solid-state,
long-life, light emitting diodes (LEDs).
MULTILINE
CONFERENCING
This feature will allow one or more multiline stations to
access two outside lines at the same time resulting in
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a conference arrangement. Conference
levels are not compensated.
MUSIC INTERFACE
transmission
(EXTERNAL
PROGRAMMABLE
DSS/BLF
(DIRECT STATION SELECTION/BUSY
LAMP FIELD)
SOURCE)
A multiline station user can store true, one-key, direct
station selection (DSS) at any softkey location to create a DSS key. When this key is pressed, any active
outside call is automatically placed on hold and an intercom call is automatically made to that previously
stored station number. The visual indicators of the stations programmed at the key locations form a busy
lamp field (BLF). The BLF conveys station status to
the user. An auto dial number can also be
programmed as a secondary function at every
DSS/BLF memory location. Also refer to the discussions titled, TONE OR VOICE SIGNALLING (INTERCOM) and AUTO DIAL.
A jack is provided on the common equipment for the
connection of a customer-provided
KX registered
music source. Also refer to the discussions titled,
BACKGROUND MUSIC and MUSIC-ON-HOLD.
MUTE
Each station has a MUTE key which, when pressed,
will mute the handset transmitter (or internal
microphone on speakerphones) to prevent the user’s
voice from being heard by the distant party. The
speaker light flashes to indicate a muted condition.
The key provides push-on/push-off operation. Also
refer to the discussion titled, HANDSFREE ANSWER
INHIBIT.
PULL OUT DIRECTORY
Each desk mounted telephone is equipped with a pull
out directory. This directory can be used for recording
the system speed dial, station speed dial, or other frequently called numbers.
ON-HOOK DIALING
Every multiline station provides manual and/or automatic dialing while the station handset is on-hook. An
internal speaker monitors call progress for completion.
The handset must be taken off-hook to provide the
voice link on non-speakerphone
stations.
PBX/CENTREX/CENTRAL
COMPATIBLE
SELF DIAGNOSTICS
Each station can execute a self test when so enabled.
This test verifies processor, indicator, and tone functions. Instructions for activating self diagnostics are
provided in Chapter 5, Section 3 of this publication.
OFFICE
System features and programmable keys support the
requirements of most PBXs, Central Offices, and
CENTREX systems. Numbers, #‘s, %‘s, programmable pauses, and flash signals can be made a part
of every stored number for access to host system feature codes.
SINGLE-DIGIT
SPEAKERPHONE
DIALING
(OPTIONAL)
The optional speakerphone provides handsfree opera’tion of all features, except voice signalled intercom
calls. The handset must be lifted for this purpose.
POWER FAILURE TRANSFER
A power failure line connection is available for installing an industry-standard telephone such as a Comdial
model 2500-xx. The installed power-fail telephone is
automatically connected directly across line 1 by the
system whenever there is an AC power failure. Normal origination and reception of calls through the
power-fail telephone is possible during an AC power
failure. The power-fail telephone is automatically disconnected as soon as power is restored.
STATION
SPEED DIAL
Each station can be programmed to provide ten speed
dial numbers at the keypad keys. Station speed dial
numbers can be up to fifteen digits in length and can
include line or intercom selection, numbers, #, +I+,
pauses, and flash signals. A pause is stored each
time the HOLD key is pressed, and a flash signal is
stored each time the RECALL key is pressed.
POWER ON, VISUAL INDICATION
SUBDUED
The common equipment has a red LED which
monitors the status of the system, and provides an
“AC power-on” indication.
PROGRAMMABLE
STATION
Refer to the discussion titled, SYSTEM SPEED DIAL.
RINGING
Subdued ringing is automatic at any station that is
busy on an outside line.
VOICE ANNOUNCE
KEYS
BLOCKING
This feature allows the user to block voice announced
intercom signatling by dialing a special code.
Refer to the discussions titled, AUTO DIAL,
PROGRAMMABLE
DSS, and STATION SPEED DIAL.
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SECTION 2
PROGRAMMABLE FEATURES
ACCESS
specified as private or non-private through system or
administration programming.
Also see the discussion
titled, ADD-ON CONFERENCE and PRIVACY
RELEASE.
DENIED
Access to particular lines can be denied at certain stations in the system through system programming.
This feature is programmable on a per line/per station
basis as part of system or administration programming.
ALL-CALL
(VIA STATION
CALL PICKUP - DIRECTED
A user at any station can dial a special prefix code, followed by the number of a ringing station, to answer a
ringing call at that station. The feature can be enabled
or disabled by system or administration programming.
PAGING
SPEAKERS)
All-call paging allows all of the stations to receive announcements at the same time through the station
speaker. Origination of announcements must be via a
station handset. Each station can be programmed to
receive and/or to originate an all-call page. The system default condition is that all stations have both
receive and originate capability. The arrangement of
paging as all-call is controlled by both system and administration programming.
See the discussion titled,
ZONE PAGING (VIA STATION SPEAKERS).
CALL PICKUP - SYSTEM
A user at any station can dial a special code and
answer a ringing call at any station in the system. The
feature can be enabled or disabled by system or administration programming.
CLASS OF SERVICE PROGRAMMING
(FROM MAIN STATION)
AUTOMATIC ABANDONED
HOLD RELEASE
Both system and administration class of service (COS)
programming is performed from station 10 after a base
level programming step is entered. System COS
programming is used by the installer to configure the
system and assign the line conditions. Administration
COS programming is used by the on-site administrator
to reconfigure the system as required. Line condition
assignment is not a part of administration programming. Refer to Chapter 4 for programming details.
If a distant party abandons a hold condition and disconnects, the central office (CO) will send a forward
disconnect signal to the key system. When the key
system detects this signal, it will drop the line from the
hold condition and return it to service. The forward disconnect signal may be either 50 msec. or 350 msec.
and the key system is programmable to match this
time interval. Both the system and the administration
programming can be used to set the time interval between hang-up and line-drop.
AUTOMATIC
CLASS OF SERVICE PROGRAMMING
(EACH LINE AND STATION)
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Each line and station in the system can be
programmed with a unique class of service operating
condition. Class of service programming can be performed using instructions provided in Chapter 4.
PAUSE INSERTION
When the system stores a dialed number for later
redial, it automatically stores a pause whenever the
user waits between digits. The automatic pause is inserted in the stored number sequence at the point
where the manual pause in dialing occurred. The wait
time is programmable between 2 sec. and 750 msec.
The wait period is programmable by system or administration programming.
DEFAULT
FUNCTIONAL
PROGRAM
At initial power up of the system, the operating features are set to a specific group of operating conditions (default conditions). The default conditions
provide a complete operating system for normal use.
The system can be left as a defaulted system or
operating conditions can be reprogrammed if desired.
A system can be defaulted at any time using the
master clear procedure included with the system class
of service programming; however, this action also
clears all user stored auto dial and speed dial numbers.
AUTOMATIC PRIVACY
(PROGRAMMABLE)
A line can be made private or non-private through
class of service programming.
In the private mode, a
station has exclusive use of the line during a call. No
other station can access that line unless it is included
through the use of the add-on conference feature. In
the non-private mode, all stations with that line appearance can gain access at the same time (sometimes known as common line pickup). A line is
DELAYED
RINGING
Refer to the paragraph titled, FLEXIBLE RINGING ASSIGNMENTS.
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DSS/BLF CONSOLE
(OPTIONAL)
IDLE LINE PREFERENCE
The DSS/BLF Console is designed to be a companion
to any system station. It is useful with high call
volume systems which require a dedicated call transfer location. The console provides a one-key direct
station selection (DSS) intercom and an associated
busy lamp field (BLF). It also provides one-key access to system-wide, all-call paging. The console is
designed to be connected to any station port and
serve as a companion to the station connected to the
adjacent data-paired port. System or administration
programming is used to program a station port as a
DSS/BLF port.
EXCLUSIVE
The system can be programmed on a per station basis
to enable idle line preference. When idle line
preference is enabled, taking the handset off-hook will
automatically connect the station to any assigned line
that is idle and has been arranged for this feature.
The line key will not have to be pressed. This feature
is mutually exclusive with prime line automatic.
Programming for this feature is through either system
or administration programming.
LCD SUPPORT
The common equipment can be modified with an optional up-grade kit which allow the system to support
the use of LCD speakerphones having a Liquid Crystal
Display (LCD). The LCD speakerphone ports are identified by system or administration programming.
HOLD
Exclusive hold prohibits a held call from being
retrieved by any other station. The exclusive hold condition also links the held call to the timed hold recall
timeout feature. After timeout, audible and visual signalling will occur and the exclusive hold condition will
revert to a normal line hold condition. System or administration programming can enable this feature.
EXTERNAL
LINE TYPE
A line port is programmed as to type. The program
type is chosen based upon the toll restriction that is to
be applied to calls made over the line connected to
that port. A line port is assigned as type 1 when any
enabled toll restriction is to be applied with the first
digit dialed. Such a line type is often assigned when a
CO line is connected. A line port is assigned as type 2
when any enabled toll restriction is to be applied beginning with the second digit dialed. Such a line type is
often assigned when a PBX or CENTREX line with
any trunk access code other is connected. A line port
is assigned as type 3 when any enabled toll restriction
is to be applied beginning with the second digit dialed
whenever that digit is a 9. If that digit is not a 9, no
restriction is applied. Such a line type is often assigned when a PBX or CENTREX line with a trunk access code of 9 is connected. Line types can only be
selected as part of system class of service programming.
PAGI,NG IaNTERFACE
A station port or line port can be programmed to interface with an,external paging amplifier. The paging
amplifier can then be dial accessed through the station
port or directly accessed through the line port from
other stations in the system. DTMF tones can be
dialed through the interface to make a zone selection
if zone paging is provided by the external paging
amplifier. System or administration programming can
be employed to program a station port as an external
paging port. Only system class of service programming can be used to program a line port as an external paging port.
FLEXIBLE
LINE ASSIGNMENT
Refer to the discussion titled, SQUARE/NONSQUARE SYSTEM.
FLEXIBLE
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MUSIC-ON-HOLD
Music is provided to outside lines that are placed on
hold if an external music source is connected to the
system and the feature is turned on from station 10.
System, administration, or attendant programming can
be used to program this feature.
RINGING ASSIGNMENTS
Ringing assignments are programmable on a per station/per line basis. Ringing can be controlled for every
line that has an appearance at each station. Direct, or
immediate, ringing can be programmed for some assigned lines and delayed ringing programmed for
others. Direct or delayed ringing is programmed
through system or administration programming.
HEADSET
Features’~
MUSIC-ON-HOLD SYSTEM-WIDE
ENABLE/DISABLE
Music is provided to outside lines that are placed on
hold if an external music source is connected to the
system. Music-on-hold can be disabled system-wide
by attendant action. Attendant programming is used
to enable/disable this feature. Also refer to the discussions titled: MUSIC INTERFACE, and MUSIC-ONHOLD.
INTERFACE
A station port can be programmed to allow the operation of telephones which provide the user with a headset option. Programming for this feature is through
either system or administration programming.
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NIGHT TRANSFER
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quencies and two different warble rates. Personal ringing tones can be assigned with system or administration programming.
(OF RINGING)
The day, or normal, ringing of incoming lines can be
transferred to a particular station or stations (chosen
through class of service programming) for off-hour or
special purpose answering. The night transfer mode
can only be activated from station 10. Night transfer
of ringing can be assigned to specific stations using
system or administration programming.
It is then
turned on or off by using system or administration as
well as attendant class of service programming.
PRIME LINE AUTOMATIC
If a station is programmed for prime line automatic, the
designated outside line or intercom line will be automatically selected when the handset is taken off hook.
Prime line pick up may be pre-empted by preselecting
another line before lifting the handset. If the prime line
is ringing, it is automatically answered by lifting the
handset. Assign a prime line to a station through system or administration programming.
OFF-HOOK VOICE ANNOUNCE WITH
HANDSFREE ANSWERBACK
With the off-hook voice announce (OHVA) feature, an
announcement can be made from one station to
another station that is off-hook or busy on a call. To
receive an OHVA announcement, the OHVA station
can be equipped with either a telephone and adjunct
feature module combination or with a telephone that
has secure off-hook voice announce (SOHVA)
capability built into it. The announcement is preceded
by an alerting tone and delivered through the
loudspeaker in the adjunct feature module or the
SOHVA equipped telephone. The called party can
reply in a handsfree manner to a OHVA announcement without interrupting the active call. Reply
in made through the OHVA microphone included in the
adjunct feature module or in the integrated OHVA
capability telephone. Stations that have the voice announce blocking feature turned on cannot receive a
OHVA announcement.
System or administration
programming is used to enable the OHVA feature at a
station port. Also refer to the discussion titled:
SECURE OFF-HOOK VOICE ANNOUNCE.
PRIVACY RELEASE
A line can be made non-private at a particular station
while remaining private at all other stations. This arrangement allows other stations with that line appearance to join that particular station whenever it is
on the privacy-released line. A line is specified as
private or non-private at a particular station with system or administration programming. Also see the discussions titled, ADD-ON CONFERENCE and
AUTOMATIC PRIVACY.
PROGRAMMABLE
PULSE/TONE
SWITCHABLE
When rotary dial lines are installed, the user can
switch from pulse (rotary dial signals) to tone (Dual
Tone Multiple Frequency signals - DTMF). This feature is useful for accessing special circuits requiring
DTMF tones such as banking machines, etc. The system is programmed on a per line basis to allow this
feature at all stations. The system or administration
class of service programming enables this feature on
a per line basis.
The system will support the operation of the optional
off premises extension (OPX) unit. System or administration programming is used to program a station
port for OPX operation.
DENIED
The ability to originate calls on certain lines can be
denied at individual stations through system programming. The originating denied feature is programmed
on a per station/per line basis. Originating denied
does not prevent a user from answering a ringing line,
retrieving a held call or receiving a transferred call.
Call origination on a line is denied at a particular station by the system or administration programming.
PERSONALIZED
KEYS
All multiline keysets are equipped with a minimum of
twelve softkeys which can be programmed a line pickup, auto dial, station speed dial, and DSS action.
Refer to the discussions titled, AUTO DIAL,
PROGRAMMABLE DSS, and STATION SPEED DIAL.
System or administration programming is used to assign functions to softkeys.
OPX SUPPORT
ORIGINATING
Features
RINGING LINE PREFERENCE
The system can be programmed on a per station basis
to provide ringing line preference on all lines
programmed for ringing at a station.
When ringing line preference is enabled at a station,
taking the station off-hook automatically connects it to
any outside line which happens to be ringing at the station. A line key will not have to be pressed. The ability
of a particular station to answer a ringing line without
RINGING TONE
‘I This programmable feature enables stations to ring in
a distinctive manner with one of four different tones.
The ringing tones are combinations of four different fre-
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TAP (FLASH/RECALL)
line selection is enabled by the system or administration class of service programming.
SECURE OFF-HOOK
When host system custom calling features are available via a “flash” signal, the system can be
programmed so that the TAP key will generate a
“flash” signal when it is pressed. When custom calling
features are not available, the TAP key functions as a
positive disconnect or dial tone recall key. These two
features are mutually exclusive. The flash/recall time
is assigned through system or administration programming.
VOICE ANNOUNCE
With the secure off-hook voice announce (SOHVA) feature, a secure announcement can be made from one
station to another station that is off-hook or busy on a
call. A station being operated in a handsfree mode
cannot receive a SOHVA announcement.
A station
must be equipped with a telephone that includes
SOHVA capability to receive an SOHVA message.
With SOHVA, the announcement is delivered and
responded to in a secure manner that prevents the distant party from hearing either the announcement or
the response. The announcement is preceded with a
tone alert and delivered to the handset receiver of the
telephone. The announcing caller receives a tone
alert upon calling to alert them that they are making an
SOHVA call. Response to the announcement is effected by pressing and holding the MUTE key and
speaking into the handset. Stations that have the
voice announce blocking feature turned on cannot
receive a SOHVA announcement.
System or administration programming is used to enable the
SOHVA feature at a station port. Also refer to the discussion titled: OFF-HOOK VOICE ANNOUNCE WITH
HANDSFREE ANSWERBACK.
SQUARE/NON-SQUARE
TENANT SERVICE
Two or more closely located sites can simultaneously
be served by the same common equipment. Each site
is provided with dedicated trunk facilities and separate
feature and class of service complements. Also, refer
to the discussion titled, SQUARE/NON-SQUARE
SYSTEM. Key mapping for line appearance can be performed on each station using the system or
administration programming.
TIMED HOLD RECALL
After a call has been on hold for a programmed length
of time, the system will recall the station that placed
the call on hold. It also visually signals all other stations. The audible signal is repeated at the end of
each reoccurring time out period. The visual indication
continues until the held call is picked up. The system
or administration programming sets the timed hold
recall time period.
SYSTEM
A system can be programmed to be square or nonsquare as desired. In a square system, a specific line
is assigned to the same key on every station in the
system. In a non-square system, any line can be assigned to any available softkey on every station in the
system. Also refer to the discussion titled, TENANT
SERVICE. Key mapping for line appearance can be
performed on each station using the system or administration class of service programming.
STATION
BY STATION
TOLL RESTRICTION
- FLEXIBLE
Flexible toll restriction can be programmed to prohibit
some or all stations from calling a wide range of num:
ber combinations while allowing specific exceptions.
Restrictions are specified by up to four entries on a
deny table while exceptions are specified by up to four
entries on an allow table. Allow entries will always
override deny entries. Up to eight digits are permitted
for each entry. A “match anything” digit (# symbol) can
be included as part of an entry to represent any digit
from 1 to 0. This is used to deny or allow a range of
numbers with one entry. A separate pre-programmed
1+800 allow table permits this dialing feature to be
selected regardless of any restrictions which may be
specified. The dialing of 911 and 1+911 is always allowed.
PRIVACY
Refer to the discussions titled, AUTOMATIC
and PRIVACY RELEASE.
Features
PRIVACY
SYSTEM SPEED DIAL
Thirty, system-wide, speed dial numbers are provided.
The system speed dial numbers can be up to fifteen
digits in length, and can include numbers, #‘s, %‘s,
pauses, and flash signals. System speed dial number
programming can only be performed at station 10;
however, once programmed, they can be used at
every station in the system. System, administration,
or attendant programming can be used to program system speed dial numbers.
Once programmed, flexible toll restriction is assigned
on a per line/per station basis. In addition to flexible
restriction, or as an alternative to it, stations can be
restricted with l/O call restriction assignment. When
l/O call restriction is selected, l+ 7 digit dialing can be
allowed if desired. Either system or administration
programming is used to specify the deny and allow
entries and assign the restriction to line and station.
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ZONE PAGING (VIA STATION
TONE OR VOICE SIGNALLING
(INTERCOM)
Features
SPEAKERS)
Zone paging allows groups of stations to receive announcements through the station speakers. The
programming can enable zone paging in up to three
different zones. A station can be programmed to only
receive announcements or programmed to originate
announcements as well. Each station can be
programmed to be in any or all zones for both receiving and originating announcements.
The ability of
each station to originate and/or receive a page, and
the arrangement of the paging into different zones are
controlled by system or administration programming.
Also, refer to the discussion titled, ALL-CALL PAGING
(VIA STATION SPEAKERS).
Intercom calls can be tone signalled or voice signalled
as desired. The tone signalled intercom call must be
answered by lifting the handset. The voice signalled
intercom call can be responded to in a handsfree manner. The class of service programming determines
which signalling method is employed as the primary
method when an intercom call is made. The alternate
method is available through user action at the station.
Intercom call progress is marked by special tone signals. The system or administration programming
determines which type of intercom signalling is first option signalling for the system. Also refer to the discussions titled, INTERCOM CALL PROGRESS TONES
and VOICE ANNOUNCE BLOCKING.
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CHAPTER 3
INSTALLATION
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SECTION 1
STANDARD INSTALLATION
MOUNTING
DETAILS
MOUNTING
CONSIDERATIONS
PROCEDURE
1. Unpack, and carefully inspect the common
equipment and telephones for sh.ipping damage.
Notify the shipper immediately of any damages
found. Verify that the packages contain all parts
and accessories needed for proper installation and
operation.
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The common equipment cabinet should be attached
vertically to any sturdy, flat, surface or vertically rack
mounted if desired.
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Cabinet must be located within six (6) feet of a
proper electrical outlet. The system requires a
dedicated 117VAC 15 AMP circuit, with a third-wire
ground, supplied to a standard electrical outlet
(NEMA 5-l!%).
2. If a backboard is required at the mounting location,
attach it securely to provide a stable mounting
surface for the equipment.
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The distance between the common equipment and
the TELCO/PBX jacks must be 25 feet or less as
per FCC requirements. A nominal distance of 7 feet
is recommended.
3. The common equipment is attached using three
mounting holes located as shown on Figure 3-1.
While refering to Figure 3-1, measure and mark the
location of the mounting holes on the mounting
surface.
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The mounting location must be secure and dry and
have adequate ventilation. The temperature range
of the location must be within 32-l 22 degrees F
(O-50 degrees C), and the relative humidity must be
less than 90 percent non-condensing.
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4. Drill holes in the mounting surface of a proper size
to accommodate the hardware being used. If
necessary, prepare these holes with inserts,
anchors or other attachment devices as dictated by
the type of mounting surface.
5. Insert the top screws into the mounting surface,
and tighten them to within approximately l/8-inch of
the surface.
If the mounting surface is damp or if it is concrete or
masonry material, a backboard must be attached to
the mounting surface to be used for common
equipment mounting. Suitable mounting
backboards are available commercially or can be
constructed out of l/2-inch plywood cut to size.
6. Hang the cabinet on the top screws using the
mounting holes located on the rear of the cabinet. .
Note that these holes are elongated with an
enlargement at one end. This feature allows the
cabinet to snap down on the screws to secure the
mounting when the cabinet is hung on them.
Tools and hardware required:
Fasteners - wood screws (l/4 x 1 -inch round
head), toggle bolts, or wall anchors
7. Insert a third screw through the mounting tab
located on the lower edge of the cabinet and into
the mounting surface, and tighten it into place
Screwdriver
8. Place the individual telephones as desired and in
keeping with accepted industry and office
standards. A telephone can be wall mounted if
necessary as they are desk/wall reversible.
-to match fasteners
Electric drill - if prepared holes are required
Connecting tool - for fastening wires to a type-66
connector block.
9. Interconnect the system per the details shown in
Tables 3-1 and 3-2 and Figure 3-3 shown at the
end of this section
Crimping tool - for 623-type modular plugs.
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Model NO616
Model NO308
Figure 3-1. Mounting Details
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to the common equipment.
This ensures
that internal protection circuitry is
operating to prevent damage which could
result from improper connection.
AC POWER CONNECTION
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Employ a dedicated 117VAC 15 AMP circuit, with a
third-wire ground, supplied to a standard electrical
outlet (NEMA 5-133) for the AC power connection.
AC power connection is illustrated in Figure 3-2,
shown on the following page
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* During AC operation, the common equipment
provides re-charging current to maintain the
external battery potential at an operational level.
A plug-in power line surge protector should be
installed between the power cord and the AC outlet.
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Do not connect the AC power cord until the
installation has been checked.
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To apply AC power, connect the power cord to the
electrical outlet.
NOTE: The optional external battery assembly
requires approximately ten (IO) hours to
completely re-charge to full potential after it
has been completely discharged and, in some
cases, when initially installed.
SYSTEM GROUNDING
1 BATTERY BACK-UP
The common equipment has internal secondary surge
protection on all line ports. In order for this protection
to be effective, the common equipment cabinet MUST
be connected to a reliable earth ground such as a
metal cold water pipe or a building frame ground
System grounding is illustrated in Figure 3-2, shown
on the following page.
The common equipment provides an interface
connector for the connection of an optional external
battery assembly. This assembly is available
separately as a kit.
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Connecting the optional Comdial external battery
assembly to this interface provides a minimum of 1
hour of operation should the AC power to the
system be interrupted.
Be sure that the AC power cord is
connected to the electrical outlet before
connecting the external battery assembly
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The grounding wire must be of #lO or #12 insulated,
solid copper and separate from the three-wire AC
line cord.
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A ground stud is located on the common equipment
cabinet.
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TYPICAL
(METAL
BUILDING
EARTH
GROUND
COLD WATER PIPE,
FRAME,..ETC.l
Figure 3-2. AC Power Connection
model NO308 are via standard modular plug/jack
connections provided on the side of the common
equipment cabinet. These jacks are labeled by
station number. Table 3-2b details these
connections.
LINE CONNECTIONS
The common equipment cabinet line terminations are
standard modular plug/jack connections. Each
modular jack (2-6) provides termination for two lines.
Modular jacks 2 and 3 also provide termination for an
auxiliary pair in addition to the two outside lines. CO
line terminations can be at a type 66M-xx connector
block or at individual 6-position modular jacks. Table
3-I shows the line connection details.
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exist in the cables that are
run between the common equipment 66M-xx
connector blocks and the station jacks, it is a
good practice to connect them to earth ground.
Doing this may help prevent them from
inducing radio frequency and/or AC
interference into the system.
To help insure that external overvoltage
surges do not damage the system, verify
that gas discharge tubes or similar
protection devices are installed, and
properly grounded, on all connected
outside lines.
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The maximum distance allowed from the common
equipment to the station when using #24 gauge,
twisted-pair cable is 1500 feet.
NOTE: If spare conductors
The line cord that is routed between the CO line
termination and the common equipment cabinet
termination should be twisted-pair wiring.
STATION
and System Grounding
The polarity between the individual wires
In a particular voice or data pair is not
critical; however, do not connect the voice
circuits to the data circuits.
CONNECTIONS
STATION PAIRING
Connections between the common equipment and
the stations for models NO61 6, N0820, and N1024
are via two type 66M-xx connector blocks which are
cable connected to the common equipment 50-pin
male connectors. Table 3-2a shows the station
connection detais. Station connections for the
Station ports are paired for both data and overload
protection as follows:
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1 O--l 1
14--15
18--19
22--23
26--27
12--13
16--l 7
20--21
24--25
28--29
30--31
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(Models
N0616, N0620, and N1024)
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Table 3-2a. Station Connections
(Model N0616, N0820, and N1024)
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GREEN
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(Model N0308)
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WALL JACK WIRING
PIN DESIGNATIONS
FOR MOD JACK I
AND
TYPICAL
WORK STATION
DSSALF
CONSOLE
.PIN
DESIGNATIONS
FOR LINE JACKS
JACK
WIRING
Figure 3-3b. Interconnection Details (Model N0308)
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MOWLAR JACKS
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SECTION 2
OPTION INSTALLATION
DSWBLF CONSOLE
CONNECTION
The optional DSS/BLF console may be installed at any
station port to work in conjunction with a companion
station connected to the adjacent port (e.g.; port 10 for
station and port 11 for console). Console port
installation is illustrated in Figure 3-3a and 3-3b,
shown on the previous pages.
however, the DB32S-xx Module can not be used as a
DSS/BLF console at the same time. The station port
to which the Adjunct Feature Module is connected
must be programmed for whichever of these features
that is required. Two data-paired station ports are
required to provide the OHVAlHFAB feature.
Connect a keyset to the first data-paired
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The model EB32X-xx, DB32-xx, DB32S-xx, DB40-xx,
and DB70-xx DSS/BLF consoles are all compatible
with the XE system. The station port to which they are
connected must be programmed as a DSS/BLF
console port. The console keys are fixed for DSS/BLF
operation beginning with station 10 and ending with
the maximum station number in the system. The
remainder of the keys are blanked and are unuseable
for any other purpose. For this reason it is
recommended that the larger consoles (DB40 and
DB70) not be used unless absolutely necessary since
the XE system has a maximum station capacity of
twenty-four stations thus leaving these consoles with a
large quanity of blanked keys.
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The installed distance limit between the common
equipment and a console is the same as that
specified for a regular station. Connect all four
wires (voice pair and data pair) of the console cable
to the station connector block.
DETAILS
port
* Connect the DB32S-xx Adjunct Feature Module to
the voice pair and the data pair of the second
data-paired port.
For the feature to be enabled, the port to which the
Adjunct Feature Module is connected must be
programmed as an Off-Hook Call Announce port.
SECURE OFF-HOOK VOICE
ANNOUNCE STATION
The XE system supports the Secure Off-Hook Voice
Announce (SOHVA) feature provided by the following
keyset models.
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6714X-xx
68OOS-xx
68148
6820X-xx
682OS-xx
The voice pair connections of the console can be
used simultaneously to enable a PA port function or
to provide off-hook voice announce capability..
NOTE: If normal off-hook voice announce
See information headed External Paging interface Station PA Port. If an enable signal is required with
the particular PA equipment being used, the
console and PA equipment connections are limited
to station ports 15 and 17.
Two data-paired ports are required to provide SOHVA
support. The SOHVA equipped telephones contain a
6-position, 3-pair line jack. Using 6-wire, twisted-pair
cable, connect the two inside pairs of the line jack to
the first data-paired port and connect the outside pair
to the second data-paired port. Refer to Figure 3-4 for
an illustration of this wiring.
The DSS/BLF console port must be programmed as
a DSS/BLF port before console operation can take
place.
The console port must be also programmed as a PA
port if a PA amplifier has been connected to the
voice pair as part of the system.
OFF-HOOK VOICE ANNOUNCE
WITH HANDSFREE ANSWERBACK
The DB32S-xx Adjunct Feature Module can be used
to provide off-hook voice announcing (OHVA) to a
station already busy on a call and allow subsequent
handsfree answerback (HFAB) by the station user;
capability is
required, it is provided by fhe model DB32S-xx
console as described in the previous
paragraph.
* Connect pins 3 and 4 to the voice pair and pins 2
and 5 to data pair of the first data-paired port.
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Connect pins 1 and 6 to the voice pair of the second
data-paired port.
For the feature to be enabled, the first port must be
programmed as a keyset port and the second port
must be programmed as an Off-Hook Call Announce
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VOICE PAIR
(PAIRED STATION)
DATA PAIR
VOICE PAIR
11
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OFF-HOOK
VOICE ANNOUNCE
TELEPHONE
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CONNECTOR
1 -VOICE (PAIRED STATION)
2 -DATA
3 -VOICE
4 -VOICE
5 -DATA
6 -VOICE (PAIRED STATION)
TYPE 625A2-6 CONNECTOR
(TYPICAL)
.?6- -I49-IJO-,CLIP TERMINALS
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TYPICAL STATION
CONNECTOR
BLOCK
Figure 3-4 Off-Hook
POWER FAILURE
Voice Announce
STATION
The system provides one tip and ring pair connected
to line one as an emergency, power failure circuit.
This power failure pair is located on Mod jack 1 for all
common equipment models. This jack is the rightmost
jack when facing the right side of the cabinet as shown
Connections
in Figure 3-5. The power failure pair is only active
during an AC power failure. An industry standard
single-line telephone, such as a Comdial2500-xx
can
be connected to the power failure pair and used to
provide communications capability should the AC
power to the system be interrupted.
TYPICAL
INDUSTRY
STANDARD
NON-ELECTRIC
TELEPHONE
(POWER FAILURE
INTERFACE1
Figure 3-5. Power Failure Station Connection.
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COMMON AUDIBLE AND AUXILIARY
STATION INTERFACE (STATION 17
AUDIBLE)
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Two sets of relay closure dry-contact points are
available. These are located at the J-l and J-2
connector blocks for models NO61 6, N0820, and
N1024 and at the barrier-type terminal strip on the
model NO308 common equipment cabinet. These
closures track the ringing pattern. They are closed
during the ringing period and open during the silent
period. Figure 3-6 shows connection details for this
feature.
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Common Audible: (J-2 connections 49 and 50)
provides a dry-contact closure whenever any of the
TELCO/PBX lines, connected to the common
equipment, ring.
pmq
Do not exceed a 1 amp at 24 volts (-5 amp
at 48 volts) load on these control terminals.
If the load requirements
exceed this limit,
connect the load through an external slave
relay. DO NOT CONNECT THESE
CONTROL TERMINALS DIRECTLY TO THE
117VAC LINE.
Station 17 Audible: (J-l connections 49 and 50)
provides a dry-contact closure whenever system
station 17 rings.
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EQUIPMENT \
1 INTERNAL
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CONNECT TO EITHER STATION 17 AUDIBLE
OR COMMON AUDIBLE TERMINALS
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SUPPLY
AC
VOLTAGE CLAMPING
DIODE RECOMMENDED
AC OR DC INPUT
G AS REQUIRED
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POWER
SOURCE
0
COMMON AUDIBLE
/
BLOCK
-
COUYONAUDIBLE ONJ2 CONNECTOFI
BLOCK
47--l-48 -4-49-4-50 --I-CLIP TERMINALS
/
BARRIER SIR IP
(MODEL NO3081
CONNECTOR BLOCK
(MODELS N0616,N0820,
AND N10241.
Figure 3-6. Common
Audible
and Auxiliary
Station Interface
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EXTERNAL PAGING INTERFACE
STATION PA PORT
Terminate the audio input of the paging amplifier
with a 600 ohm (nominal value) resistor.
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Any station port can be programmed as a PA port and
used to couple a station voice path to an external
paging amplifier. Refer to Chapter for programming
details. Figure 3-7 shows connection details for this
feature.
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The audio input of an external paging amplifier can
be connected to the audio pair of the station port at
the J-l or J-2 connector blocks for models NO61 6,
N0820, and Ni 024 or at the barrier-type terminal
strip on the model NO308 common equipment
cabinet.
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If station port 15 is programmed
as a PA port,
the Common Audible contact points on J-2 are
automatically reconfigured as PA enable terminals.
The contact closure now occurs when PA station 15
is dialed. The normal common audible function is
disabled as long as station 15 is a PA station.
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If station port 17 is programmed
as a PA pot?,
the Auxiliary Station Interface (station 17 audible)
contact points are automatically reconfigured as PA
enable terminals. The contact closure now occurs
when PA station 17 is dialed. The normal auxiliary
station interface function is disabled as long as
station 17 is a PA station.
The audio input connection must be isolatedwith a
600 ohm to 600 ohm audio matching transformer.
TO STATION
PORT 17
IF ENABLE
IS REQUIRED
OR TO ANY UNUSED
STATION
PORT IF ENABLE
IS NOT
REQU [RED.
n
600
STA.PORT
17
VOICE
TO 600
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PA
AUDIO
TRANSFORMER
SYSTEM
PAIR
ENABLE
600
INPUT
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TO STATION
TERMINALS
45 ----I--
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48 --I-igz$z
CLIP TERMINALS
STATIObiLCo;NKNECTOR
39-4-43-+-
JI CONNECTOR
BLOCK
MODELS
N0616,
N0820,
AND Nl024)
Figure 3-7. External
Paging Interface
3-l 3
- Station PA Port
17 AUDIBLE
IF ENABLE
IS
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EXTERNAL PAGING
INTERFACE - LINE PORT
A line port can be programmed to be an AUXILIARY
port and connected to an external paging amplifier.
Refer to Chapter 4 for programming details. Station
access to this area paging is via the line key for the
AUXILIARY line. Figure 3-8 shows connection details
for this feature.
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Connect the audio input of an external paging
amplifier to the tip and ring leads of the AUXILIARY
(line) port.
A DTMF tone select, zone-paging amplifier can be
employed if desired. If used, the zone-select code can
be dialied after the AUXILIARY line select key is
pressed.
PA SYSTEM
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TYPICAL
COMMON
EQUIPMENT
CABINET
11024 SHOWN1
i. lNOIVlWU 6-POSITION
I MODULAR JACKS
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Figure 3-8. External
Paging Interface
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- Line Port
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AUXILIARY
--.
EQUIPMENT
INTERFACE
the key system telephones
busy.
A non-key system telephone device or a data device
can be connected ahead of the common equipment.
Refer to Table 3-1 on page 3-4 and Figure 3-9 below
for connection details for this feature.
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The system can detect an off-hook condition in the
connected device, and turn on the line status light at
Figure 3-9. Auxiliary
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to indicate that the line is
Connection is across tip and ring of lines 2 and 4
using the auxiliary interface connections.
Auxiliary interface connections are provided at
terminals 1 and 6 of common equipment Mod Jacks
1 and 2.
Station Interface
Connections
MUSIC INTERFACE
If music is to be part of the system, connect a KX
registered music source to the common equipment
music interface jack (RCA-type phono jack) provided
for this purpose. Refer to Figure 3-10 for jack location
details. The impedance of this input is approximately
500 ohms. Level adjustment of the music source may
be necessary. This may be done during system
checkout.
TYPICAL
COMMON
EQUIPMENT
CABINET
(MODEL
N 1024 SHOWN1
MUSIC
SOURCE
(FOR
MUSIC
ON HOLD AND
BACKGROUND
MUSIC)
Figure 3-10. Music Interface
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SECTION 3
CHECKOUT AND FAILURE ISOLATION
1
MEASURED
INSTALLATION CHECKOUT
RESISTANCE
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AC power cord disconnected
Common equipment
blocks.
VOICE PAIR
DATA PAIR
VOLTAGE
from electrical outlet.
COMMON
RESISTANCE
0 AC power connected to the common equipment
Measure the voltage across one voice line and one
data line and then across the other voice line and the
other data line for each even and odd station. The
measured voltage must be as follows:
1. Measure the resistance of each installed station
and wiring from the station side of the connector
blocks. Resistance values will vary with cable
length and station type but should be within the
following limits.
GENERAL
VOICE PAIR
40 - 150
DATA PAIR
0.3-100
2. Measure the resistance of the common equipment
and cables from the common equipment side of the
station connector blocks. Resistance values should
be within the following limits.
2. Refer to the station User’s Guide for operating
information. Perform a general operational test of
the system by exercising the system features from
station port 10.
Table 3-3. Voltage
66M-xx BLOCK
CONNECTION
TYPICAL EVEN
STATION
(Repeat for
each even sta.)
TYPICAL ODD
STATION
(Repeat for
each odd sta.)
1
CHECK
1. Check the red light emitting diode (LED) system
status indicator. Be sure that it is on steady. If it is
off or flashing, disconnect and reconnect the AC
power plug.
MEASURED STATION
RESISTANCE IN OHMS
’ UNIT UNDER
TEST
CHECK
Bridging clips installed
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Bridging clips removed from blocks to isolate
stations from common equipment.
PAIR
40-50
0.3 - 0.5
Refer to Table 3-3 and make the following voltage
measurements at the station connector blocks under
the following conditions:
connected to station connector
Stations wired, and wiring punched down on blocks.
MEASURED
MEASURED
hQlJ;P$‘lNT
CHECK
Make the following resistance measurements at the
station connector blocks under the following conditions.
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PAIR
Measurements
METER LEAD
POLARITY
Voice 1
Data 3
Voice 2
Data 4
Voice 5
Data 7
Voice 6
Data 8
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Variant readings can indicate a possible wiring, station,
or common eauinment oroblem.
3-l 6
MEASURED
VOLTAGE
+34 +/- 8 VDC
+34 +/- 8 VDC
-34 +/- 8 VDC
-34 +/- 8 VDC
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FAILURE
the ringer may sound before the indicators are
turned off.
ISOLATION
SYSTEM STATUS INDICATOR
The red LED located near the fuse holder is the
system status indicator. This indicator should turn on
steady when AC power or the optional external battery
power is applied to the common equipment. If the
indicator flashes after power up, it could be indicating
a processor failure. Unplug and reconnect the AC
power, and observe the LED indication. If it still shows
a flashing indication, equipment replacement may be
necessary. A flashing indicator when battery power is
being employed is an indication of battery discharge.
STATION SELF TEST
3. Replace any station that does not pass the self test.
DSS/BLF
2. Press and hold the station 10 select key while
reconnecting the line cord plug to the line.
NOTE: The companion
station will be disabled during
the time that the console is being disconnected
and reconnected.
3. Release the station 10 select key, and note that the
BLF indicators will each turn on in sequence
beginning with the station 10 indicator. The
indicators will then turn off and the console will
become operational.
NOTE: The adjacent odd or even station will be
2. Press and hold the MUTE key, and reconnect the
line cord to the station connector. The station will
automatically perform a self test routine. Release
the MUTE key as soon as the test begins. The
sequence of the test is as follows:
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The indicators will light in sequence.
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Indicators will then turn off in an orderly
sequence.
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The ringer will sound - Be sure that the ringer
volume control is set to the medium or high
volume setting. One some telephone models,
SELF TEST
1. Disconnect the console line cord plug from the line.
1. Disconnect the line cord at the station base.
disabled during the time that the station line
cord is being disconnected and reconnected..
CONSOLE
FAILURE
INDICATIONS
If erratic light indications or ring signals occur at a
paired station, an open data pair at either station may
be the fault.
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A station with an open data line may work properly
on a short loop but fail on a long loop.
Stations are paired for overload current protection. If
a fault occurs which causes more than 300 ma. of
current to be drawn, the paired stations are disabled
by circuit action.
Disconnect the disabled stations and reconnect them
one at a time to isolate the faulty one.
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SECTION 4
INSTALLER/USER INFORMATION
REGARDING FCC RULES AND REGULATIONS
This electronic key system complies with Federal
Communications
Commission
(FCC) Rules, Part 68. The
FCC registration label on the KSU contains the FCC
registration number, the ringer equivalence
number, the
model number, and the serial number or production date of
the system.
If this corrects the problem, the faulty equipment must not be
reconnected to the telephone line until the problem has been
corrected.
Any trouble that causes improper operation of the
telephone network may require the telephone company to
discontinue
service to the trouble site after they notify the
user of the reason.
NOTIFICATION
REPAIR AUTHORIZATION
TO TELEPHONE
COMPANY
Unless a telephone operating company provides and installs
the system, the telephone operating company which
provides the lines must be notified before a connection is
made to them. The lines (telephone numbers) involved, the
FCC registration number, and the ringer equivalence
number
must be provided to the telephone company.
The FCC
registration number and the ringer equivalence
number of
this equipment are provided on the label attached to the
KSU.The user/installer
is required to notify the telephone
company when final disconnection
of this equipment from
the telephone company line occurs.
COMPATIBILITY
WITH TELEPHONE
FCC regulations do not permit repair of customer owned
equipment by anyone except the manufacturer,
their
authorized agent, or others who might be authorized by the
FCC. However, routine repairs can be made according to
the maintenance
instructions in this publication, provided
that all FCC restrictions are obeyed.
RADIO FREQUENCY
The electronic key system contains incidental radio
frequency generating circuitry and, if not installed and used
properly, may cause interference to radio and television
reception. This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class A computing device
pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable
protection against such
interference when operated in a commercial environment.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area may cause
interference to radio and television reception; in which case
the user is encouraged
to take whatever measures may be
required to correct the interference.
If this equipment does
cause interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged
to try to correct the interference
by one or
more of the following measures: Reorient the television or
radio’s receiving antenna, and/or relocate the KSU, the
individual telephone stations, and the radio or TV with
’
respect to each other. If necessary, the user should consult
the manufacturer
or an experienced
radio/television
technician for additional suggestions.
The user may find the
following booklet prepared by the Federal Communications
Commission
helpful: “How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV
Interference Problems.”
This booklet is available from the
Government
Printing Office, Washington
D.C. 20402. Stock
No. 004-000-00345-4.
NETWORK
When necessary, the telephone operating company provides
information on the maximum number of telephones
or
ringers that can be connected to one line, as well as any
other applicable technical information.
The telephone
operating company can temporarily
discontinue service and
make changes which could effect the operation of this
equipment.
They must, however, provide adequate notice,
in writing, of any future equipment changes that would make
the system incompatible.
INSTALLATION
INTERFERENCE
REQUiREMENTS
Connection of the electronic key system to the telephone
lines must be through a universal service order code
(USOC) outlet jack supplied by the telephone operating
company.
If the installation site does not have the proper
outlet, ask the telephone
company business office to install
one. The correct outlet jack for this system is either a type
RJ21 X or type RJ14C.
PARTY LINES AND COIN LINES
Local telephone company regulations may not permit
connections to party lines and coin lines by anyone except
the telephone operating company.
RINGER EQUIVALENCE
NUMBER
The REN of each line is 0.4B. The FCC requires the
installer to determine the total REN for each line, and record
it at the equipment.
TROUBLESHOOTING
If a service problem occurs, first try to determine if the
trouble is in the on-site system or in the telephone company
equipment.
Disconnect all equipment not owned by the
telephone company.
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IMi 66-064
Programming
Instructions
CHAPTER 4
SYSTEM PROGRAMMING
SECTION 1
INTRODUCTION
System programming
responsibility:
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night transfer of ringing
music on hold
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Refer to Figure 4-2 for a block diagram illustration of
system programming.
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Class Of Service Programming:
The class of
service programming is unlimited as to the features
that can be programmed using it. Class of service
programming is usually performed by the installer
when the system is first put in service.
All programming is performed at the station 10 keyset
by dialing special codes and pressing special keys as
detailed in this chapter and shown on Figure 4-1. It is
recommended that a 14 Line Monitor keyset be used
for programming since this model provides LED
indicators for program status feedback.
Administration
Programming:
The administration
programming can be used to program all system
features except line attributes. This procedure is
usually employed by on-site administration
personnel whenever system needs dictate.
Programming can be performed with an ExecuTech
LCD speakerphone (mfg. code: 6600-xx). When this
telephone is employed, the display names each
feature as it is being programmed.
Or, programming
can be performed with an ExecuTech multiline keyset.
Programming overlays for these telephone models are
included at the end of this chapter.
Attendant Programming:
The attendant
programming is limited to those features which may
need re-programming by the attendant on a daily
basis such as:
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Programming
IMI 66-064
Instructions
SECTION 2
CLASS OF SERVICE
PROGRAMMING
Perform class of service programming
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autodialnumbers,
start-up default.
Class of service programming is usually performed by
the system installer. Class of service programming
procedures provide a means for programming all
system variables. The installer may elect, however, to
program only the line attributes and allow the
remainder of the system variables to remain set to
their default values.
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and returns system
to
Mark the desired selections in the charts to record
programming needs.
0 Dial feature code.
NOTE: A current program setting is indicated by a
lighted LED next to the applicable progamming
key. When a toggle (on/oft’j action is provided
by a single key, the lighted LED indicates when
the feature is active.
as follows:
Enter base level: ITCM % # 7 4 6 %
0 (Optional step) Master Clear: Dial 15, press A12,
dial 7 0 5 1 6 8 4
0 Press A-field key to choose new programming.
8 Press % to return to base level for next feature.
-OR-
This step clears all memory entries,
including any previously programmed
* Press % SPKR to end programming.
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Enter Base Level: Press ITCM, then dial +k# 7 4 6 *.
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SHADING = DEFAULT
Pause Time: During auto dials and
speed dials it is sometimes necessary
to delay the sending of digits to give
switching equipment time to prepare to
receive the digits. A pause can be
stored to effect the delay. A pause is
stored whenever the user presses the
HOLD key. The pause length options
are stored in seconds.
3al 10.
‘ress prog. key.
‘ress * for next feature.
KEY
Al A2 A3 A4
SEC
0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0
ENTRY
A5
3.0
Pulse Dial Time: Either ten or twenty
pulses per second, and three different
make/break ratios for the pulse dialing
signals (rotary dial signals) can be set
to match CO requirements.
Iialll.
‘ress prog. key.
‘ress 46 for next feature.
KEY
Al
RATIO §2/38@ 10 ~$3
ENTRY
A2
50150 @ 10 !xx
A3
70130 0 10 pps
A4
62138 @ 20 pps
Recall/Flash:
A line disconnect (recall)
or a PBX feature select signal (flash)
can be generated depending upon the
programmedtime.
Iial 12.
‘ress prog. key.
3ess % for next feature.
KEY
Al
SEC
.080
ENTRY
A4
.600
A9
1.0
Al?
3.0
Timed Hold Recall: After a call has
been on hold for a programmed length
of time, the system will recall the
station that placed the call on hold.
The timinq is in seconds.
Iial 13.
‘ress prog. key.
%ess k for next feature.
A2
.300
I KEY
\A1 1 A2
! SEC
130 160
ENTRY/
1
A3
90
A3
.500
A8 A9
5.0 7.5
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A10 Al 1 Al2
10 15 20
A0
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A10
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2;o
A4 A5 A8 A9 A10 All Al2
120 180 240 300 360 420 never
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Press * SPKR to end programming.
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Enter Base Level: Press ITCM, then dial k # 7 4 6 +k
Flexible Toll Restriction: Restricts
stations from dialing a range of number
combinations while allowing specific
exceptions. The restrictions are
specified by entries on a deny table
while the exceptions are specified by
entries on an allow table. In addition, a
pre-programmed 1+800 allow table
allows that dialing feature regardless of
Other restrictions which may be in
effect. These programmed tables must
be assigned on a per station basis
before the restrictions can take effect.
- Maximum of 8 digits per line entry.
- 1+911 and 911 can never restricted.
- Allow entries override deny entries.
Dial 14.
Select table
- Al = DENY ENTRY LINE 1
- A2 = DENY ENTRY LINE 2
- A3 = DENY ENTRY LINE 3
- A4 = DENY ENTRY LINE 4
- A5 = ALLOW ENTRY LINE 1
- A8 = ALLOW ENTRY LINE 2
. A9 = ALLOW ENTRY LINE 3
- A10 = ALLOW ENTRY LINE 1
- All = ALLOW 1+800 calls
Dial number.
(# = match anything digit.)
Select next table, and repeat.
Press * for next feature.
1 TABLE 1ENTRY 1~
TYPE LINE
1
1
2
DENY 3
ENTRY DIGITS
2
31415161718
A
1
2
ALLOW3
A
1ALLoW11+800
1YES
1 NO
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NOTE: The deny and allow entries are
part of one toll table. Any stations
which receive this table assignment will
be subject to both deny and allow
restrictions.
1 Press t SPKR to end programming.
1
Enter Base Level: Press ITCM, then dial a # 7 4 6 ++.
4ssign restriction to lines: Lines
Dial 35.
Press prog. keys to assign
restriction to lines
Press * for next feature
nust be programmed to accept toll
,estriction before the restriction that is
Issigned to the stations will take effect.
&sign restrictions to stations:
station dialing can be restricted with
I/O toll restriction and with deny/allow
oil table restriction. Either one or both
nethods can be assigned to restrict
;tation dialing on a per station basis.
Vso, 1+7-digit dialing can be allowed if
I/O restriction is assigned.
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Dial 62.
Dial port ID (10-33).
Select 1 /O toll restriction.
. Al = l/O RESTRICTION
. A2 = ALLOW 1+7-DIGIT
(if l/O is also restricted)
AND/OR
Select deny/allow toll table
restriction (if required and
programmed).
Press A3.
Dial # + PORT ID
for next sta.
(STA.
! ENTRIES
1
112
1
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18
19
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26
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Press * for next feature.
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Press % SPKR to end pmgrammtng.
I Enter Base Level: Press ITCM, then dial & # 7 4 6 +#.
Automatic Pause Insertion: When the
system stores a dialed number for later
redial, it automatically stores a pause
whenever the user waits between
digits. The wait period is programmable.
P
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Tone or Voice Signalling: Intercom
calls can be tone signalled or voice
signalled. The first choice in signalling
is programmable.
Exclusive Hold: The user canset a
hold condition whereby only the station
placing the call on hold can retrieve it.
Exclusive hold can be disabled by
programming action.
Call Pickup System: A call can be
answered at one telephone when it is
ringing at another telephone. Call
pickup can be disabled by
oroaramming action.
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Dial 15.
Press prog. key Al.
LED ON = 750 msec.
Press * for next feature.
KEY
Al
TIME 750 Msec
ENTRY
A! _ ,:,,2
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LED ON = TONE
Press f for next feature.
Press A3.
LED ON = ENABLED
Press * for next feature.
LED ON = ENABLED
Press t for next feature.
Press ++SPKR to end programming.
,
Enter
Base
Level:
Press
ITCM,
then dial J # 7 4 6 *.
Line Disabled: A line can be taken out
of service because of line defect or
other reason.
Dial 30.
Press prog. key.
Press * for next feature.
Auxiliary Line: A line can be
conditioned to serve as a port for an
external paging amplifier
Dial 31.
Press prog. key.
Press * for next feature.
Line Type 1: A line port is assigned as
type 1 when any enabled toil restriction
is to be applied with the first digit
dialed. Such a line type is often
assigned when a CO line is connected.
Dial 32.
Press prog. key.
Press * for next feature.
Line Type 2: A line port is assigned as
type 2 when any enabled toil restriction
is to be applied beginning with the
second digit dialed. Such a line type is
often assigned when a PBX or
CENTREX line with any trunk access
code is connected.
Dial 33.
Press prog. key.
Press % for next feature.
Line Type 3: A line port is assigned as
type 3 when any enabled toil restriction
is to be applied beginning with the
second digit dialed whenever that digit
is a 9. if that digit is not a 9, no
restriction is applied. Such a line type
is often assigned when a PBX or
CENTREX line with a trunk access
code of 9 is connected.
Dial 34
Press prog. key.
Press * for next feature.
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Press
+k SPKR
to end programming.
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Enter Base Level: Press ITCM, then dial #c# 7 4 6 +k.
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Pulse/Tone Switchable: When rotary
dial lines are installed, the user can
switch from pulse (rotary dial signals)
to tone (Dual Tone Multiple Frequency
signals) for accessing special circuits
requiting DTM.F tones such as banking
machines. This pulse/tone switchability
mustbe programmed for the line.
Lines are defaulted for tone signalling
2nly.
Dial 36.
Press prog. key.
LED ON = TONE
Press *for next feature.
Abandoned Hold Release: When a
distant party abandons a hold condition
and disconnects, the central office will
send a forward disconnect signal to the
key system. The forward disconnect
signal may be either 50 msec. or 350
msec. in length. Program the system
to match the central office time.
Dial 37.
Press prog. key.
LED ON = 50 msec.
Press 4~ for next feature.
Automatic Privacy: A line can be
made private or non-private. In the
private mode, a station has exclusive
use of a line during a call. Lines are
private unless re-programmed to be
non-private.
Dial 36.
Press prog. key.
LED ON = NON-PRIVATE
Press * for next feature
KEY Al A2 A3 A4 A5 A0 A9 A10 All Al2
LINE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
ENTRY
pq$J@q
Press t SPKR to end programming.
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Enter
Base
Level:
Press
ITCM,
then dial % # 7 4 6 %.
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‘art Definition: A station port can be
brogrammed to accept one of several
lifferent types of station equipment or
o support off-hook call announce
:onnections.
Iial61.
3ial port ID (10-33).
‘ress prog. key.
1Al = 3/8 LINE KEYSET
1A2 = 22 LINE KEYSET
1A3 = OFF-HOOK CALL
ANNNOUCE
1A4 = OPX UNIT
1A5 = DSS/BLF CONSOLE
1A8 = LCD SPEAKERPHONE
‘ress # + PORT ID for next st:
3R
‘ress * for next feature.
‘lexible Ringing Assignment:
qinging assignments are
)rogrammable on a per line/per station
oasis. Delayed ringing can be program
enabled for some lines and direct, or
immediate, ringing can be program
enabled for others.
Xrect ringing
Iial50.
Iial port ID (10-33).
‘ress Al-A!& A8-A12
:for lines l-l 0)
Press # + PORT ID for next st
OR
Press % for next feature.
Delayed ringing
Dial 51.
Dial port ID (10-33).
Press Al-A5, A8-A12
(for lines l-10).
Press # + PORT ID for next st
OR
Press *for next feature.
Press
+% SPKR
to end programming.
Enter
Base
Level:
Press
ITCM,
then dial +lc # 7 4 6 %.
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Night Transfer (of ringing): The day,
or normal, ringing of incoming lines can
be transferred to a particular station or
stations by the attendant for off-hour or
special purpose answering. Stations
are assigned to receive night transfer
by programming action.
Dial 56.
Dial port ID (10-33).
Press Al-A5, A8-A12 (for line!
l-10).
Press # + PORT ID for next sti
Access Denied: Access to particular
lines can be denied at individual
stations.
Dial 52.
Dial port ID (10-33).
Press Al-A5, A8-A12 (for line:
l-10).
LED ON = DENIED
Press # + PORT ID for next st;
OR
Press +kfor next feature.
OR
Press *for
Originating Denied: The ability to
originate calls on certain lines can be
denied at individual stations.
next feature.
Dial 53.
Dial port ID (10-33).
Press Al-A!& A8-A12 (for line:
l-10).
LED ON = DENIED
Press # + PORT ID for next st;
OR
Press *for
Privacy Release: A line can be made
non-private at a particular station while
remaining private at all other stations.
Stations can be programmed to
automatically release line privacy when
on certain lines.
next feature.
Dial 54.
Dial port ID (10-33).
Press Al -A5, A8-A12 (for line:
l-10).
LED ON = RELEASED
Press # + PORT ID for next St;
OR
Press f for next feature.
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++ SPKR
to end programming
IMI‘F6-064
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Programming
Instructions
Enter Base Level: Press ITCM, then dial C # 7 4 6 *.
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Ml-Call and Zone Paging: Stations
:an receive voice announcements
hrough the telephone speaker, or
hrough an external paging speaker
:onnected to a PA port, and transmit
hem with the telephone handset.
Jnnouncements can be to certain
areas of the system or to all stations in
he system.
Dial 58.
Dial port ID (10-33).
Press prog. key.
1 Al = RECEIVE ZONE 1
1 A2 = RECEIVE ZONE 2
1 A3 = RECEIVE ZONE 3
1 A4 = RECEIVE ALL-CALL
b A5 = XMIT ZONE 1
1 A8 = XMIT ZONE 2
b A9 = XMIT ZONE 3
b Al 0 = XM IT ALL-CALL
Press # + PORT ID for next st;
DR
Press X for next feature.
Dersonal Ringing Tones: A station
;an be programmed to ring in one of
our distinctive tones.
Dial 60.
Iial port ID (10-33).
Press prog. key.
lAl=TONEl
lA2=TONE2
lA3=TONE3
mA4=TONE4
Press # + PORT ID for next st;
OR
Press * for next feature.
External Paging Interface - Station
Port: A station port can be
programmed to interface with an
external paging amplifier (PA port).
Dial 60.
Dial port ID (10-33).
Press prog. key A5.
Press # + PORT ID for next sti
OR
Press * for next feature.
Headset Interface: A station port can
be programmed to allow headset
operation.
Dial 60.
Dial port ID (10-33).
Press prog. key A9.
Press # + PORT ID for next st
OR
Press +cfor nextfeature.
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Base Level: Press ITCM, then dial % # 7 4 6 *.
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very station can be assigned
tdividually (mapped) to select any line
ssigned to that station or to provide
ther key functions. Soft keys can be
ssigned as direct station select (DSS)
eys to provide one-key access to
ystem stations. Soft keys can be
ssigned as idle to provide autodial
eys for the user.
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Dial port ID (10-33)
Press station key
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A8-A12 = LINES 6-10
IO-33 = DSS STA.
Press # + PORT ID for next sta
Press * for next feature.
B2 = Line 2 B7 = Line 7
B3 = Line 3 88 = Line 8
‘ess t SPKR to end programming.
Programming
IMI 66-064
Instructions
SECTION 3
SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION
PROGRAMMING
System administration programming is usually
performed by on-site personnel. This programming
procedure provide a means for programming all
system variables, except line attributes, to match site
requirements.
NOTE: A current program setting is indicated by a
Perform administration
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Press A-field key to choose new programming.
Press +++
to return to base level for next feature.
programming
lighted LED next to the applicable progamming
key. When a toggle (on/off) action is provided
by a single key, the lighted LED indicates when
the feature is active.
as follows:
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Enter base level: ITCM +k # 2 3 6 +c
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Mark the desired selections in the charts to record
programming needs.
. Press +KSPKR to end programming.
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Dial feature code.
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4-17
, Enter Base Level: Press ITCM, then dial k # 2 3 6 %.
SHADING = DEFAULT
‘Pause Time: During. auto dials and
‘speed dials it is sometimes necessary
todelay the sending of digits to give
switching equipment time to prepare to
receive the digits. A pause can be
stored to effect the delay. A pause is
stored whenever the user presses the
HOLD key. The pause length options
are stored in seconds.
Dial 10.
Press prog. key.
Press * for next feature.
Pulse Dial Time: Either ten or twenty
pulses per second, and three different
make/break ratios for the pulse dialing
signals (rotary dial signals) can be set
to match CO requirements.
Dial 11.
Press prog. key.
Press * for next feature.
KEY
1
Al
RATIO &I36 m, lO&bs
ENTRY 1
A2
50/50 @ 10 pps
A3
70130 @ 10 pps
Recall/Flash:
A line disconnect (recall)
or a PBX feature select signal (flash)
can be generated depending upon the
programmed time.
Dial 12.
Press prog. key.
Press t for next feature.
KEY
Al
SEC
ENTRY’
060
A4
.600
A9
1.0
Timed Hold Recall: After a call has
been on hold for a programmed length
of time, the system will recall the
station that placedthe call on hofd.
The timing is fn seconds.
Dial 13.
Press prog. key.
Press +Nfor next feature.
A2
’ 300
A3
.500
A5
.750
A0
,675
A10
1.5
A4
62/36 @’ 20 ps
All
Al?
2Jk ,, 3.0
1 Press % SPKR to end programming.
1
Enter Base Level: Press ITCM, then dial % # 2 3 6 ++.
Flexible
Toll Restriction:
Restricts
stations from dialing a range of number
combinations while allowing specific
exceptions. The restrictions are
specified by entries on a deny table
while the exceptions are specified by
entries on an allow table. In addition, a
pre-programmed
1+800 allow table
allows that dialing feature regardless of
other restrictions which may be in
effect. These programmed tables must
be assigned on a per station basis
before the restrictions can take effect.
- Maximum of 8 digits per line entry.
- 1+911 and 911 can never restricted.
- Allow entries override deny entries.
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Dial 14.
Select table
- Al = DENY
- A2 = DENY
- A3 = DENY
- A4 = DENY
ENTRY LINE 1
ENTRY LINE 2
ENTRY LINE 3
ENTRY LINE 4
- A5 = ALLOW ENTRY LINE 1
- A8 q ALLOW ENTRY LINE 2
- A9 = ALLOW ENTRY LINE 3
- A10 = ALLOW ENTRY LINE
- Al 1 = ALLOW 1+800 calls
Dial number.
(# = match anything digit.)
Select next table, and repeat.
Press % for next feature.
ALLOW
3
4
ALLOW 1+800
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YES
NO
NOTE: The deny and allow entries are
part of one toll table. Any stations
which receive this table assignment will
be subject to both deny and allow
restrictions.
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Press +&SPKR to end programming.
Einter Base Level: Press ITCM, then dial %+# 2 3 6 %.
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issign restriction to lines: Lines
nust be programmed to accept toll
estriction before the restriction that is
Issigned to the stations will take effect.
Dial 35.
Press prog. keys to assign
restriction to lines
Press +#for next feature
&sign restrictions to stations:
Dial 62.
Dial port ID (10-33).
Select l/O toll restriction.
. Al = l/O RESTRICTION
. A2 = ALLOW 1+7-DIGIT
(if l/O is also restricted)
station dialing can be restricted with
,/O toll restriction and with deny/allow
oil table restriction. Either one or both
nethods can be assigned to restrict
;tation dialing on a per station basis.
Use, 1+7-digit dialing can be allowed if
/O restriction is assigned.
AND/OR
Select deny/allow toll table
restriction (if required and
programmed).
Press A3.
. Dial # + PORT ID
for next sta.
STA.
10
1
1:
[NoNEmwEDj
ENTRIES
EH
4
16
17
18
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OR
Press * for next feature.
$iiiza
H
4
7
28
!
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33
IPress +c SPKR to end programming.
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Enter Base Level: Press ITCM, then dial + # 2 3 6 %.
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Automatic Pause Insertion: When the
system stores a dialed number for later
redial, it automatically stores a pause
whenever the user waits between
digits. The wait period is programmable.
Dial 15.
Press prog. key Al.
LED ON = 750 msec.
Press t for next feature.
Tone or Voice Signalling: Intercom
calls can be tone signalled or voice
signalled. The first choice in signalling
is programmable.
Dial 15.
Press A2
LED ON = TONE
Press 8 for next feature.
Exclusive Hold: The user can set a
hold condition whereby only the station
placing the call on hold can retrieve it.
Exclusive hold can be disabled by
programming action.
Dial 15.
Press A3.
LED ON = ENABLED
Press * for next feature.
Call Pickup System: A call can be
answered at one telephone when it is
ringing at another telephone. Call
pickup can be disabled by
programming action.
Dial 15.
Press A4.
LED ON = ENABLED
Press * for next feature.
KEY
Al
1 Al
::
TIME 750 Msec fg,&&
ENTRY
.KEY
A2
FEA.
TONE
ENTRY
KEY
FEA.
..i’
A2
.-m
VOICF :
A4
FNABLED
A4
‘Dlu
ENTRY
Press +NSPKR to end programming.
Enter Base Level: Press ITCM, then dial t # 2 3 6 %.
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Pulse/Tone Switchable: When rotary
dial lines are installed, the user can
switch from pulse (rotary dial signals)
to tone (Dual Tone Multiple Frequency
signals) for accessing special circuits
requiring DTMF tones such as banking
machines. This pulse/tone switchability
must be programmed for the line.
Lines are defaulted for tone signalling
only.
Dial 36.
Press prog. key.
LED ON = TONE
Press * for next feature.
Abandoned Hold Release: When a
distant party abandons a hold condition
and disconnects, the central office will
send a forward disconnect signal to the
key system. The forward disconnect
signal may be either 50 msec. or 350
msec. in length. Program the system
to match the central off ice time.
Dial 37.
Press prog. key.
LED ON = 50 msec.
Press * for next feature.
Automatic Privacy: A line can be
made private or non-private. In the
private mode, a station has exclusive
use of a line during a call. Lines are
private unless re-programmed to be
non-private.
Dial 36.
Press prog. key.
LED ON = NON-PRIVATE
Press * for next feature
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Press 4c SPKR to end programmmg.
Enter Base Level: Press IT&M, then dial +k # 2 3 6 %.
‘ott Definition: A station port can be
lrogrammed to accept one of several
lifferent types of station equipment or
o support off-hook call announce
:onnections.
Dial 61.
Dial port ID (10-33).
Press prog. key.
Al = 3/8 LINE KEYSET
A2 = 22 LINE KEYSET
. A3 = OFF-HOOK CALL
ANNNOUCE
A4 = OPX UNIT
= DSSlBLF CONSOLE
A8 = LCD SPEAKERPHONE
Press # + PORT ID for next sta
OR
Press * for next feature.
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A5
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‘lexible Ringing Assignment:
qinging assignments are
)rogrammable on a per line/per station
lasis. Delayed ringing can be program
enabled for some lines and direct, or
mmediate, ringing can be program
enabled for others.
Direct ringing
Dial 50.
Dial port ID (1033).
Press Al-A5, A8-A12
[for lines l-l 0)
Press # + PORT ID for next sta
DR
Press f for next feature.
Ielayed ringing
Iial 51.
Iial port ID (10-33).
‘ress Al -A5, A8-A12
:for lines l-1 0).
‘ress # + PORT ID for next sta,
3R
‘Tess * for next feature.
Press +k SPKR to end programming.
Enter
Base
Level:
Press
ITCM,
then dial * # 2 3 6 +k
Night Transfer (of ringing): The day,
or normal, ringing of incoming lines can
oe transferred to a particular station or
stations by the attendant for off-hour or
special purpose answering. Stations
are assigned to receive night transfer
by programming action.
Dial 56.
Dial port ID (10-33).
Press AI-A5, A8-AI2 (for line:
I-IO).
Press # + PORT ID for next st;
OR
Press * for next feature.
Access Denied:.Access to particular
lines can be denied at individual
stations.
Dial 52.
Dial port ID (10-33).
Press AI-A5, A8-A12 (for line!
I-10).
LED ON = DENIED
Press # + PORT ID for next st,
OR
Press ++for next feature.
Originating Denied: The ability to
originate calls on certain lines can be
denied at individual stations.
Dial 53.
Dial port ID (10-33).
Press AI-A5, A8-AI2 (for line:
l-10).
LED ON = DENIED
Press #‘+ PORT ID for next st,
OR
Press Q for next feature.
Privacy Release: A line can be made
Ion-private at a particular station while
remaining private at all other stations.
Stations can be programmed to
automatically release line privacy when
in certain lines.
Dial 54.
Dial port ID (10-33).
Press Al-A5, A8-AI2 (for line!
i-10).
LED ON-= RELEASED
Press # + PORT ID for next st;
OR
Press + for next feature.
Press
* SPKR
to end programming.
IL-
STATION
Einter Base Level: Press ITCM, then dial % # 2 3 6 +kc.
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dle Line Preference: Going off-hook
automatically selects an idle line for
rse. Lines available for selection are
rssigned by programming.
Iial 55.
Iial port ID (10-33).
‘ress Al-A5, A8-A12 (for line
l-10).
‘ress # + PORT ID for next si
3R
‘ress * for next feature.
Iinging Line Preference: A ringing
ne will automatically be answered
vhen a station is taken off-hook.
Iial60.
Iial port ID (10-33).
‘ress prog. key A8.
-ED ON = AS’GND
Yess # + PORT ID for next sl
3Fl
‘ress *for next feature.
‘rime Line: A line designated to a
)articular station is automatically
ielected for use when that station is
aken off -hook.
Iial57.
Dial port ID (10-33).
Press Al-A5, A8-A12 (for lint
l-l 0) or press ITCM.
?ress # + PORT ID for next si
OR
Press *for next feature.
Ml-Call and Zone Paging: Stations
:an receive voice announcements
hrough the telephone speaker, or
hrough an external paging speaker
:onnected to a PA port, and transmit
hem with the telephone handset.
Announcements can be to certain
areas of the system or to all stations in
he system.
Dial 58.
Dial port ID (10-33).
Press prog. key.
1 Al = RECEIVE ZONE 1
mA2 = RECEIVE ZONE 2
. A3 = RECEIVE ZONE 3
mA4 = RECEIVE ALL-CALL
. A5 = XMIT ZONE 1
. A8 = XMIT ZONE 2
. A9 = XMIT ZONE 3
. A10 = XMIT ALL-CALL
Press # + PORT ID for’next s
OR
Press % for next feature.
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
10
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
26
29
30
31
32
33
Enter
Base
Level:
Press
ITCM,
then dial ++ # 2 3 6 0.
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Personal Ringing Tones: A station
:an be programmed to ring in one of
‘our distinctive tones.
Dial 60.
Dial port ID (10-33).
Press prog. key.
l Al=TONEl
l A2=TONE2
l A3=TONE3
.A4=TONE4
Press # + PORT ID for next sta
OR
Press * for next feature.
External Paging Interface - Station
Port: A station port can be
programmed to interface with an
external paging amplifier (PA port).
Dial 60.
Dial port ID (lo-3$.
Press prog. key A5.
Press # + PORT ID for next sta
OR
Press * for next feature.
ieadset Interface: A station port can
)e programmed to allow headset
operation.
Dial 60.
Dial port ID (10-33).
Press prog. key A9.
Press # + PORT ID for next sta
OR
Press * for next feature.
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
10
20
STATION
21
22
22
24
25
26
Press
27
28
% SPKR
29
30
31
32
to end programming.
3?
Enter Base <e;el: Press ITCM, then dial t # 2 3 6 %.
every station can be assigned
individually (mapped) to select any line
assigned to that station or to provide
other key functions. Soft keys can be
system stations.
Press station key
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Soft keys can be
Al-A5 = LINES l-5
= LINES 6-10
. lo-33 = DSS STA.
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A8-A12
Press # + PORT ID for next sta
Press *for
next feature.
Bl Line 1 B6 = Line 6
B2 = Line 2 B7 = Line 7
B3 Line 3 88 = Line 8
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PrcYgrammini Instruct&s
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SECTldN 4
ATTENDANT PRbGRAMMlNG
Attendant programming can be performed from station
10 at any time during system operation.
NIGHT TRANSFER
(of ringing)
Q Dial number (up to 15 digits).
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.+
The day, or normal, ringing of incoming linescan be
transferred to a particular station or stations by the
attendant for off-hour or special purpose answering.
Press ITCM % # .
Press T/C key for next location and repeat
procedure.
-OR-
* Press SPKR to quit.
-OR-
* Press T/C key, then press +Kfor next feature.
Dial 03.
Press prog. key Al to toggle feature on or off. The
light next to program key Al will turn on when night
transfer is active.
Press +Kfor next feature.
MUSIC ON HOLD
Music is provided to outside lines that are placed on
hold if an external music source is connected to the
system. Music on hold can be disabled by attendant
action.
Press ITCM % # .
Dial 04.
Press prog. key Al to toggle feature on or off. The
light next to the program key Al will turn on when
music on hold is active.
SYSTEM CLOCK
If the system has been modified to provide LCD
speakerphone support, the system clock can be
programmed to maintain current date and time
information.
Press ITCM ++G#.
Dial 01.
Dial two digits (00-99) for year.
Press * for next feature.
SYSTEM SPEED DIALING
A special system-wide list of numbers can be
programmed for automatic dialing by all users.
Dial two digits (01-12) for month.
Dial two digits (01-31) for day.
Dial two digits (00-23) for hour.
Dial two digits (00-59) for minute.
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Press ITCM 4+ #.
Dial one digit (l-7) for day of week
-- Sun. = 1, Sat. = 7.
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Dial 02.
Press SPKR.
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Dial location (01-30).
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Press line key for pre-select (if desired).
4-28
.
STATION
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IO - PROGRAMMING
Cut out along border.
Cut out shaded openings.
Fit over station faceplate.
Al
A8
A9
A3
AI0
A4
All
TAP
SPKR
T/C
MUTE
PPOO3-002
83
B5
82
OVERLAY
STATION
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IO - PROGRAMMING
Cut out along border.
Cut out shaded openings.
Fit over station faceplate.
A0
A2
A9
A3
AI0
A4
A5
Al2
Al3
EXECUTECHPROGRAMMING
OVERLAY
PPOO3-003
TAP
SPKR
MUTE
T/C
HOLD
BI
82
I TCM
OVERLAY
STATION
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10 - PROGRAMMING
OVERLAY
Cut out along border.
Cut out shaded openin’gs.
Fit over station faceplate.
A0
Al
10x14
PROGR4MMINQ
OVERLAY
A2
A9
Al0
All
A4
Al2
A6
Al3
A7
A14
Bl
STATION
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10 - PROGRAMMING
OVERLAY
Cut out along border.
Cut out shaded openings.
Fit over station faceplate.
Al
A2
A8
5x20
PROGRAMMING
OVERLAY
A9
A3
A10
A4
All
A5
Al2
A6
Al3
A7
A14
B8
Al5
B6
B7
B4
85
STATION
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10 - PROGRAMMING
OVERLAY
Cut out along border.
Cut out shaded openings.
Fit over station faceplate.
Al
A6
A2
A9
A4
5x14
PROGRAMMING
OVERLAY
A10
All
Al2
Al3
A7
Al4
00
=5:
00
00
00
00
00
00
*o
00
00
00
00
STATION
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10 - PROGRAMMING
OVERLAY
Cut out along border.
Cut out shaded openings.
Fit over station faceplate.
Al
A2
A8
2x22
-NG
WERAY
A9
A3
A10
A4
All
A5
Al2
A6
Al3
A7
Al4
B7
B8
B5
B6
83
B4
Bl
B2
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System Operation
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CHAPTER 5
SYSTEM OPERATING PROCEDURES
SECTION I
STATION OPERATION
The call can then be retrieved by anyone with that line
appearance.
BASIC OPERATION
CALLING
PLACING INTERCOM CALLS
Intercom calls may be manually dialed as described
below or automatically dialed as described in the paragraph provided later Wed Direct Station SelecGon/Busy
Lamp Field.
Press line key to select line.
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NOTE: Selecting
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a line is not necessary
if:
A priority line has been assbned
to a telephone
(prjme hne feature enabled),
The telephone automaGcgl&fiFks
gn idle line for
use when the handset is llfte (idle hne preference
feature enabled).
Voice Announce
Listen for dial tone.
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Dial number.
When party answers,
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Lift handset
To end call,
Calling
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Lift handset
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Press ITCM.
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Dial extension number.
(To call system operator, dial
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lone Calling
Hang up handset
ANSWERING A CALL
Calls appear at keys that have actual line assignments.
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Press line key of ringing line (line key with flashing
light).
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Press ITCM.
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Dial extension number.
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Press ITCM again. Called telephone
with line appearance
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Speak toward the telephone.
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Lift handset if privacy is desired.
NOTE: Voice calling can be blocked.
Wed, Voice Announce
Blocking
To answer a tone call,
l Press HOLD.
To return to call,
Press line key with flashing light
Exclusive hold (OnJy your telephone
held call.)
will ring.
Some systems may be programmed
to tone signal as the first option. In that case, pressing the
ITCM key a second time is not necessav
ANSWERING INTERCOM CALLS
To answer a voice announce call,
Lift handset
PLACING A CALL ON HOLD
Manual hold (Any telephone
can retrieve held call.)
Lift handset
NOTE:
NOTE: If the priority line assigned to a station (prime line
enabled) is ringing, or if the telephone can answer
any ringing line (ringing line preference
enabled),
do not press the line key of the ringing line.
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See the discussion
for details.
Lift handset to talk.
DIRECT STATION SELECTION/BUSY LAMP FIELD DSS/BLF (One-key intercom calling with visual indication of telephone status)
To program DSS,
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can retrieve
Press HOLD twice.
Hold Recall Feature
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After a preprogrammed length of time, a call placed on
hold will automatically ring back to the telephone which
placed it on hold. If the call is on exclusive hold, it will
revert to manual hold after the hold recall time period.
5-l
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Press ITCM.
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Dial % +K3.
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Press softkey.
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Dial extension number.
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Repeat last two steps for all desired telephones.
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Press SPKR.
System Operation
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To return to outside
NOTE: An autodial number can also be programmed
as a
secundary function at every DSS/BLF memory
location. See Automatic Dialing instructions for
de tails.
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Lift handset.
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Press softkey.
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Voice announce.
NOTE:
Multiline
wW
When transferring a call, the outside line is automatically placed on hold when a DSS key is
pressed.
To set up a multiline
conference,
parties,
1 internal
Establish first outside call and press T/C.
Establish second outside call and press T/C.
To drop one conferee and remain active in conference with other conferee,
Lift handset.
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Press softkey.
Press ITCM. When intercom party answers, two-way
conversation can take place.
The lights (LEDs) adjacent to softkeys indicate
status of DSS telephones:
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DARK indicates idle te/ephone
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STEADY-ON
indicates telephone in use
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FL&$HlNG
indicates another station is calling this
TRANSFERRING
(2 external
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NOTE:
conference
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To tone call a DSS number,
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Press flashing line key.
CONFERENCE CALLS
Conference transmission levels are not compensated
and are dependent upon the quality of the external lines.
To voice call a DSS number,
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call (busy or no answer),
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Press HOLD.
Both lines placed on hold.
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Press line key of party to be dropped.
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Press and release hookswitch.
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Press line key of party to be retained.
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Alternately, remain on line while one conferee hangs up.
OUTSIDE CALLS
Add-on conference
ties)
(1 external party, 2 internal par-
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Answer outside call.
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Press T/C. (Outside call is placed on hold automatically.)
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Dial extension number of party to be transferred to.
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Establish outside call.
Press T/C (outside call placed on hold automatically).
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When intercom
line number.
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Dial extension number.of intercom party.
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Wait for answer.
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Press T/C (a three-way connection
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party answers, announce
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call and
Hang up handset.
5-2
is established}.
System Operation
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FEATURE
REDIALING
Last Number
OPERATION
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Redial
NOTE: When automatic dialing is used and no circuit preselection is programmed,
the system will automatically pick the prime line assigned to the telephone
(if enabled) or pick the most previous/y used line
at that station.
The last number previously dialed can be redialed.
Press #. (If on line listening to dial tone, press HOLD
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Listen for ringing or busy tone.
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Listen for fast tone bursts.
Press specific line ke or ITCM for circuit pre-selection storage (optional ry.
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Ringing tone: When party answers,
handset.
Dial the number sequence to be stored. (Up tc 15
digits can be stored. Digits can be l-0, #, and +)
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pick up
Busy tone: Press SPKR to disconnect.
Automatic
Redial
The last number
repeatedly.
To program
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To store a pause, press HOLD.
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To store a flash, press TAP.
To store another
previously
a softkey
dialed can be redialed
for automatic
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Press ITCM.
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Dial~~l.
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Press desired softkey.
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Press #.
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Press T/C.
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Press next softkey.
Repeat above programming
from softkey selection step.
To end programming,
redial,
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procedure
beginning
Press SPKR
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l Press SPKR.
To activate automatic
number,
H/NE Store intercom line pre-selection plus oftenused, host PBX or CENTREX feature access
dialing codes at memory locations to provide
one-key access to system features.
redial,
To automatically
Press softke programmed forthat purpose (if on line
listening to cyial tone or busy tone, ress HOLD then
ress auto redial key). Intercom kg Rtwill flash rapidly
Po indicate feature is active.
l Number will be dialed once a minute for ten minutes.
If call is answered,
dial numbers,
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@ If desired softkey is also programmed
intercom calling,
Take control by lifting handset.
To cancel automatic redial,
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Press ITCM.
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Dial%+Kl.
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Press desired softkey.
Lift handset.
Press ITCM.
Dial 4~ 4~ 2.
Follow same steps given for Automatic Dialing using
the keypad digits 0 - 9 as ten softkey locatrons.
To dial numbers
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numbers,
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STATION SPEED DIALING
To program numbers,
Press auto redial key, lift and replace handset, or
press any station key. Any user originated station act
WIII cancel this feature.
AUTOMATIC DIALING
An autodial number can be programmed at any softkey
location that does not have a line assigned to it. An
autodial number can also be programmed as a secondary function at every DSS/BLF memory location.
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autodial
for one-key
Press HOLD and then press desired softkey.
When party answers,
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To program
Press desired softkey.
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Press desired dial pad digit 0 - 9.
-OR-
* If on line listening to dial tone,
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Listen for fast tone bursts.
5-3
Press HOLD and then press desired keypad
digit 0 - 9.
System Operation
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SYSTEM SPEED DIALING
To dial numbers,
HINTz Program a softkey with ITCMplus the paging
code to provide one-key access to paging.
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Press f.
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Press desired ke pad digits 01 - 30 for memory
locations 1 throug iY 30.
Dial code for zone paging if required (refer to paging
equipment instructrons).
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-OR-
Lift handset, make announcement,
ALL-CALL AND ZONE PAGING
@ If on line listening to dial tone.
l
Press HOLD +Icand then press desired keypad
digits 01 - 30.
l
Press ITCM.
Dial t 2
To un-block
l
l
voice calls,
Dial # 2.
LINE MONITORING
To activate while using handset
on a call,
Speaker light will turn on.
l
Dial zone number - (4, 5, 6, or 7 for all-call).
l
Make announcement.
Hang up handset.
SPKR to disconnect.
If a system
has been configured
MUTE / HANDSFREE ANSWER INHIBIT
The MUTE key is in a non-latching mode when the
station,handset is lifted and in a latching mode when the
station is operated in a hands-free manner.
To prevent distant party from hearing
set is lifted on a call,
calling services
for flash,
l Release MUTE. SPKR light will turn off.
To prevent distant party from hearing while station is
being operated in a hands-free manner,
Press TAP to generate a timed flash signal.
Recall
has been cohfigured
-OR-
To inhibit
for recall,
for either flash or
calls,
Press and release MUTE. SPKR light will turn off.
PULSE/TONE SWITCHING
If the local telephone service is pulse (rotary) but tone
generation is required during the call, convert to tone
while dialing as follows:
l
unit)
Press line key dedicated to paging.
-ORl
answer of intercom
Press and latch MUTE. SPKR light will flash.
To resume two-way conversation,
recall but not for both.
EXTERNAL PAGING
(requires external paging
handsfree
l
Press TAP to disconnect current line call and receive
a new dial tone for another line call.
NOTE: A system can be configured
while hand-
l Press and hold MUTE. SPKR light will flash.
To resume two-way conversation,
l
If a system
cannot be over-
Press SPKR again. Speaker light will turn off.
Speaker light will turn
TAP (RECALL/FLASH)
Flash (PBX, CENTREX and custom
may require this feature.)
Speaker light will turn on.
To cancel,
Lift handset to resume conversation
. ;;ss
Press SPKR.
ringer and appear busy to in-
every three seconds.
rile feature
ridden by the calling party.
-OR-
l
Lift handset.
l
To cancel,
l
l
NOTE: The calling party will hear two quick tone bursts
NOTE: If a distant parfy places a station user on hold, the
station user can monitor in a handsfree manner
until the party returns, and then lift the station
handset to resume the call.
l
Press ITCM.
Hang up handset.
DO NOT DISTURB
To silence a station
tercom calls,
l
l
l
l
Press ITCM.
0 Press SPKR.
and hang up.
To Paw,
VOICE ANNOUNCE BLOCKING
To block voice calls,
l
Press ITCM and dial paging code.
l
Lift handset.
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System Operation
I’MI 66-064
l
CALL PICKUP
To answer a call that is ringing
telephone,
Press # at point in dialin sequence where conversion to tone is required. b ystem will switch back to
pulse dialing when call is ended.)
NOTE:
Pulse/Tone switching can be programmed
into
softkeys by pressing # during number storage.
MESSAGE WAITING
The message waiting light, located above the HOLD
key, is controlled by other stations in the system. The
light will flash when a message for the station awaits
pick up.
at another
l
Lift handset.
l
l
Press ITCM.
Dial +# 4.
l
Dial extension number of ringing telephone.
-OR-
@ Dial # 4 and answer ringing at any telephone
system.
PERSONAL RINGING TONES (allows selection
one of four distinctive tones for ring signals)
To program tones,
To receive messages,
Press ITCM HOLD. (Station that turned on MW light
will be automatically called.)
To turn on MW light,
l
l
Press ITCM.
l
Press ITCM.
l
Dial +++% 4.
l
Dial X 3.
l
Dial 1, 2,3, or 4 (selects tones 1, 2,3, or 4)
Dial station number. (MW light of called station will
flash.)
To turn off MW light,
l
l
l
TONE
TONE
TONE
TONE
TONE
Press ITCM.
Dial # 3.
Dial station number. (MW light of called station will
turn off.)
To turn off MW light while delivering message,
l
l
Press HOLD.
PAIR
WARBLE RATE
10Hz
10Hz
19Hz
19 Hz
To place a call,
To turn music on,
l
FREQUENCY
509/610 Hz
763/l 016 Hz
509/610 Hz
763/l 016 Hz
l
Press line key.
l
Dial number or press softkey.
l When party answers, speak toward the telephone.
To answer a call,
Press ITCM.
Dial % 1. Speaker light will turn on.
Press line key.
l Speak toward the telephone.
To end a call,
l
Ad’ust loudness of music with call monitor speaker
vo 1ume control.
To turn music off,
l
l
l
Press SPKR.
To switch from speakerphone
Press ITCM.
Dial # 1. Speaker light will turn off.
NOTE: Background
calls.
music automatically
of
SPEAKERPHONE OPERATION
The optional speakerphone can exercise the previously
described features in a handsfree manner. Handsfree
calling and call answering is as described below.
BACKGROUND MUSIC
Music must be supplied by the system before it can be
turned on at a telephone.
l
1
2
3
4
in
l
turns off during
Lift handset.
To switch from handset
to handset,
l
5-5
l
Press SPKR.
l
Hang up handset.
to speakerphone,
System Operation
IMI 66-064
SECTION 2
ATTENDANT STATION OPERATION
The attendant station provides additional operating features that are not available from other stations in the
system.
SYSTEM SPEED DIAL PROGRAMMING
A special system-wide
list of numbers can be
programmed for automatic dialing by all users.
To program
l
l
l
Press line key forpre-selected
l
Press ITCM +++# .
Dial 04.
Press Al (top, left-hand softkey) to tog le feature on
and off. Associated light will turn on w ?len music on
hold is provided and turn off when it is turned off.
Press SPKR.
line storage (optional).
When no line is pre-selected
and system speed
dialing is used, the system will automatically pick
the prime line assigned to the telephone (if
enabled) orpick the most previously used line at
that station.
SYSTEM CLOCK
If the system has been modified to provide LCD
speakerphone
support, the system clock can be
programmed to maintain current date and time information . This information is provided to the LCD speakerphone for display.
(Up to fifteen digits.)
l
Press HOLD to store pause (if required).
l
Press TAP to store flash (if required).
Press T/C for next location and repeat procedure
from point where number is to be stored.
Press SPKR key to end programming.
NIGHT TRANSFER (of ringing)
The day, or normal, ringing of incoming lines can be
transferred to a particular station or stations (chosen
through class of service programming) for off-hour or
special-purpose answering.
l
To turn on or turn off the feature,
l
Press ITCM % # .
l
Dial 03.
Press SPKR.
To turn on or turn off music on hold,
Press desired keypad dipits 01 - 30 for memory
locatron 1 - 30. LIS en for ast tone bursts.
Dial the number to be stored.
l
ON HOLD
Music that is provided to outside lines while they are on
hold can be controlled by attendant action.
numbers,
l
l
Press Al (top, left-hand softke ) to toggle feature on
and off. Associated light wil Y turn on when night
transfer is active and turn off when it is inactive.
MUSIC
Press ITCM +k # .
Dial 02.
NOTE:
l
5-6
l
Press ITCM t # .
l
Dial 01.
l
l
Dial two digits (00-99) for yr.
Dial two digits (01-12) for mo.
l
Dial two digits (01-31) for day.
l
Dial two digits (00-23) for hr.
l
Dial two digits (00-59) for min.
l
Dial one digit (l-7) for day of week
-- Sun. = 1, Sat. = 7.
l
Press SPKR.
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Svstem ODeration
TELEPHONE
LINE
.
DIRECT STATION SELECTION
(DSS)
INTERCOM
CALLING
BETWEEN
STATIONS
l
WITH CALLED
l
AUTO
l
FEATURE
, DSS
STATION
DIALING
STATUS
OF STORED
CODE
ACCESS
KEY/AUTO
DIAL
(ELF)
NUMBERS
iWHEN
OF
STORED1
LOCATIONS
1-6
(HOLD KEY PLUS AUTO DIAL KEY FOR AUTO DIAL
LOCATIONS WHEN DSS/BLF IS ALSO PROGRAMMED)
MUTE
KEY -bt
il
. MUTES SPEAKERPHONE
OR HANDSET
CALL
MONITOR
-DSS
h-
=
KEY/AUTO
I
SPEAKER
DIAL
LOCATIONS
7-12
(HOLD KEY PLUS AUTO DIAL KEY FOR AUTO DIAL
LOCATIONS WHEN DSSIBLF IS ALSO PROGRAMMED)
KEY
-t
PAD
. MANUAL/SPEED
REDIAL
KEY
0 AUTO
REDIAL
DIALING
. DO NOT DISTURB
TIC
KEY
. STORE AUTO/SPEED
DIAL NUMBERS
LlGHTJ=JE
.
IESSA LGE WAITING
HOLD
KEY-
SPEAKER
* HOLD
ACTIVE
. SHIFT
KEY FUNCTIONS
l
STORES
SELECT
OUTIDE
LINE
INTERCOM
VOLUME
PAUSES
. SAME
MUIF
KEY
. NNTES
MONITOR
SPKR
KEY
CONTROL
(FRONT EDGE OF TELEPHONE)
FEATURES
AS SOFTKEY
. OFTEN PROGRAMMED
APPEARANCE
CA1.L.
LINE
FIELD
FOR LINE
DSS KEY/AUTO
DIAL
KEY LOCATIONS
l,HOLD KEY PLUS AUTO cl,& KEY FOR NJTO OlAL LOCATlONS
WHENEWBLF is ALSO PROGRAMOi
SPEAKER
~~SPE
AKER
VOLUME
KEY PAD
. MP’NwL\L/SPEED
OIAL,NG
h23’SACE
WAITING
LIGHT
RED/AL
l
LAST
KEY
NUMBER
RED!
AL
INTERCOM
KEY
. SELECT iNTEACOMLiNE
Figure 5-I.
Controls
5-7
and Indic.ators.
CONTROL
System OperaticA
,,.
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SECTION 3
SYSTEM OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS
FEATURE DIALING
CODE NUMBERING
PLAN
To program:
ITCM, t % 1, SOFTKEY,
#, SPKR
Do Not Disturb
Handsfree
Message
Answer
Inhibit
Waiting
ITCM +++3 + Ext No.
lTCM # 3 + Ext. No.
Cancel On Line
Retrieve Message
lTCM HOLD
Set Tone 4
ITCM S +f 44
I
Pulse/Tone
Switching
#
Speed Dial
Redial (Last number
Voice Announce
Zone Page
1 - 0 (HOLD 1 - 0 when on line)
01 - 30 (HOLD 01 - 30 when on line)
Station
System
dialed)
Block
# (HOLD #when
on line)
ITCM t 2
On
Off
ITCM # 2
Zone 1
ione 2
Zone 3
ITCM 4
ITCM 5
ITCM 6
.
\
....
5-8
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System Operation
liAl66-064
RINGER VOLUME
CONTROL
STATUS INDICATORS
The station ringer volume control is located on the front
edge of the telephone. Adjust the control lever to OFF,
LOW or HIGH volume as desired.
AND TONE SEQUENCES
The following pages describe the light and ring patterns
associated with system operation. The values shown
are typical and are provided for illustration only.
5-9
.RINGING PATTERN’S
%O/PBX Line Ring
Host system ring cadence
Intercom Tone Signalling
Two 140 msec. tone bursts
sounded every four seconds
Voice Signalling alert
One 210 msec. tone burst
Timed hold recall at
station that put call
on hold
Three 140 msec. tone bursts
sounded at the end of each
timeout period
RING CADENCE
DEPENDENT UPON HOST SYSTEM
Y
c
.
I-LnlL
J-u-u-,
-l-wL
INTERCOM CALL PROGRESS TONES
(Heard through handset receiver or over monitor
7
Dial Tone
speaker)
Continuous on
E3ase Level Tone
-I
Called station ring-back
560 msec. tone burst
sounded twice every 4 sec.
Called station busy
on outside line
Base level
program entry
F‘rogramming
Cxxfirmation
System speed dial
entry confirmation
Memory dial intercom,
line, group and/or recall
selection confirmed
All-call page
selection confirmed
PA station port
L selection confirmed
70 msec. tone burst
sounded once
Error tone incorrect entry
560 msec. tone burst
sounded three times
uu
Busy tone - intercom
560 msec. tone bursts
1
Called station in do-notdisturb mode
140 msec.tone burst
sounded twice every sec.
Fasy busy tone
System isawaiting
memory dial number
or key mapping entry
after location is specified
70 msec. tone bursts sounded
continuously
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5-13
System Operation
Exclusive hold
Steady on
Held call timeout your
station
Flutter with repeative off periods
(flutter rate - 560 msec. off)
Held call timeout other
station
(70 msec. on - 70 msec. off)
Continuous flutter
/lESSAGE WAITING LIGHT
Message Waiting
Continuous flash (560 msec. on
- 560 msec. off)
INTERCOM LIGHT
In use-your station
Steady on with wink off
(2.3 sec. on - 70 msec. off)
All links busy
Steady on
Auto redial active
Continuous flutter
(70 msec. on - 70 msec. off)
Night mode - Station 10
Flutter with repeative off periods
(flutter rate - 560 msec. off)
Y
d
BLf LIGHTS
DSS station idle
Steady off
DSS station busy on
intercom calling you
Continuous flash
(560 msec. on - 560 msec. off)
DSS station busy on
outside lifle or intercom
line
Steady on
DSS station in do not
disturb mode.
SPEAKER LIGHT
u
L
.
On line and speaker on
(mike also on if
speakerphone)
Do not disturb mode
Background music on
Steady on
Mute
Continuous flutter
(70 msec. on - 70 msec. off)
-OR-
Handsfree answer inhibit
Do not disturb plus Mute
-OR-
Active line plus Mute
Flutter with repeative on periods
(flutter rate - 560 msec. on)
Maintenance
ill 66-064
CHAPTER 6
MAINTENANCE
When returning equipment for repair, pack it carefully
to prevent damage. Any damages during shipment
will be the responsibility of the purchaser. The
equipment should be shipped freight or postage
prepaid. The shipping address is:
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
AND REPAIR SERVICE
TECHNICAL
ASSISTANCE
Should you experience difficulty with installation,
checkout, or programming, and have made an attempt
to isolate the problem using information provided
herein; or should you encounter problems at a later
date which cannot be resolved by referring to this
manual, call the Comdial Technical Service staff.
They can be reached at l-800-366-8224
between the
hours of 8:00 AM and 8:00 PM Eastern time, Monday
through Friday.
Comdial
Repair
Department
WIRING
Refer to Chapter 2, Section 3, Checkout and Failure
Isolation, for instructions for testing the system wiring
and components for possible failure.
Comdial
P.O. Box 7266
VA 22906
Repair
VA 22901
FUSE LOCATION
If your common equipment cabinet or an individual
station needs repair, it may be returned to Comdial.
Comdial will, at their option, either repair the defective
equipment or replace it with a remanufactured unit,
This repair will be done for a fixed charge. For
information on this charge, please call or write to the
address given below.
Telephone:
Charlottesville,
The system is protected against short circuit damage
by a 1 amp slow-blow fuse located on the left side of
the common equipment cabinet. Always replace the
fuse with one of the same value and type, otherwise,
equipment damage could result.
REPAIR SERVICE
Attention:
Trail
Attention:
When calling for technical assistance, you should be
at the job site and you should have in your
possession, as a minimum, an accurate volt-ohm
meter and a copy of this manual.
Charlottesville,
1180 Seminole
Department
(804) 978-2400
l-800-877-4448
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Publication Index
hi 66-064
PUBLICATION
D
A
Abandoned
Hold
Release
AC Power
Connection
AC Power
Connection
Access
Denied
Add-on
Conference
All Intercom
Ail-Call
And System
3-3
Grounding
.......
.....................
Intercom
Calls
Attendant
Station
Auto
..........................
..............
.........
A Call
Programming
.2-l,
indication
2-5, 4-14,
4-25,
..................
Operation
Abandoned
Hold
Description
Of System
Description,
Station
.....................
5-4
Description,
System
.....................
Dial 0 For System
Automatic
Dialing
Automatic
Hold
Automatic
Pause
Automatic
Privacy
...............
Automatic
Redial
...................
Auxiliary
Equipment
Auxiliary
Line
To Intercom
Insertion
(Answer
Hold)
................
Station
Interface
Auxiliary
Station
Ringer
Music
Basic
Key Service
Basic
Operation
Selection/Busy
Back-up
Battery
Back-up
Console
Description
DSSlBLF
Console
Self Test
System
Requirements
Call Announce
..............
End-To-End
Call Pickup
- System
.........
4-8,
4-21,
....................
And
.....................
Failure
Isolation
Audible
Common
Equipment
Conference,
Add-On
Conference
Calls
Conference,
Multiline
Configuration
Connection,
Connection,
Interface
..............
Network
..........
....................
Voice
Indicators
On Intercom
............
.2-2
Paging
Paging
2-6 4-8,
......................
Interface
...........
.2-6,
Interface
- Line Port
- Station
4-21,
.5-4
4-l 4, 4-26
...........
PA Port
l-2
5-l
3-14
........
3-13
F
Failure
Indications
Failure
Isolation
FCC
.....................
3-17
......................
Registration
Number
Feature
Dialing
l-2
Feature
Operation
2-2
Flexible
Line Assignment
Code
3-17
..................
Numbering
Flexible
Ringing
2-5
Flexible
Toll Restriction
..........
.5-8
2-5
Fuse
.5-3
.................
Assignment
Location
l-3
Plan
.....................
5-5
.2-6
.........
.2-6,
.............
4-11,
4-23
2-8, 4-5, 4-19
.......................
.6-l
G
Announce
Station
Station
...
Interface
...................
General
Check
General
Information
.......................
3-16
..................
l-l,
l-4
H
4-4
Handsfree
Answer
Inhibit/Mute
2-2, 3-12
Headset
Interface
l-4
Hearing
Aid Compatible
3-18
Hold
............
...............
........................
5-2
I
I Hold And
I Use Indications
l-4
Idle Line Preference
2-2,5-4
.2-6,4-14,4-26
Handset
Recall
5-2
........................
Failure
l-4
3-17
.............
.2-3
.5-l
5-2
....................
Auxiliary
And
.2-5,
......................
Power
Connections,
Station
Telephone
Off-Hook
Signafling
Interface
3-16
............
Description
With
................
Paging
2-2
..............
And Auxiliary
Compatibility
3-10
................
Paging
l-3
Programming
Common
.2-6
..............
External
.5-l
.................
Limits
Of Service
.....................
2-2
Identification
Office
Checkout
Class
........
...........................
Central
.2-2
External
.4-2,4-3
.........................
Station
.5-l
2-2, 5-4
5-5
2-2
Programming
Call Pickup
Calling
...
.....................
2-1
3-3
..................
...................
- Directed
....................
Calling
Field - DSSlBLF
5-l
.2-l,
Call Pickup
Call Transfer
.2-2
Environment
.........................
Exclusive
Hold
................
2-l
.2-l,
....................
Handsfree
Answerback
With
.............
E
C
Cable
.2-2
5-3
3-15
....................
diagram,
l-l
Lamp
DSS/BLF
...................
Interface
l-4
.....................
.2-5,
2-l
...................
(lA2)
Ringing
.2-l
l-2
Connection
.......................
Battery
Controls
Station
External
External
Background
i
Direct
..............
Intercom
Console
B
Block
Selection
Console
4-9
Interface
..........................
Station
DSSlBLF
................
.................
Dimensions
DSSIBLF
.2-l,
l-4
.1-4
................
2-l
........................
Auxiliary
Attendant
5-3
.2-5,4-10,4-22
Interface
Features
Do Not Disturb
....
..............
...................
2-5
......................
Transfer
Equipment
Direct
Distinctive
.2-5
.2-5
2-1
5-6
............
................
5-2
5-l
Release
Program
......................
DSSlBLF
.2-l
Automatic
Ringing
Description,
.4-2
.................
Functional
Delayed
Common
.5-l
..................
Default
Description,
3-4
2,4-24
.2-5,4-i
Paging
Attendant
Dial
4-10,4-22
..................
Busy
And Zone
Answering
..............
....................
................
Links
Answering
,
INDEX
..........
............
..........
3-l 1
Installation
3-l 1
Installation
installer
5-7
Installer/User
FCC Rules
Intercom
l-l
.................
.....................
Tones
3-16
3-18
l-l
Information
Regarding
And Regulations
...............
Call Progress
3,4-25
.3-l
...................
Requirements
Information
.2-3
.2-6,4-l
.........................
Checkout
Installation
3-15
................
..............
...............
3-18
.2-3
1
Iy1,6~-06h,
Publication Index
Intercom
Line
Lockout
Interconnection
introduction
L
Last
LCD
Limits,
Line
................
......................
..................
Redial
.......................
Number
Support
Central
Office
Power
Failure
Station
.1-l,
4-1
Power
Failure
Station
Power
Failure
Transfer
Power
On Visual
.2-3,
5-3
.2-6
l-3
.3-4,3-5
...................
4-9
........................
Line Monitoring
Line Type
5-4
.......................
Line Preselection
2-3
......................
.......................
Locations,
Port Definition
3-9
....................
Connections
Line Disabled
2-3
.3-8,
....................
Details
Program
.2-6,4-g
...................
Key
4-l
Requirements
Prime
Line
Prime
Line Automatic
Maintenance
Manual
Hold
Manual
Scope
........................
.6-l
........................
.2-3
Memory
Retention
Memory
Retention
Message
Waiting
Modular
l-3
......................
Without
Batteries
............
2-3
5-5
......................
Wiring
Momentary
l-l
........................
And Jacks/4-Conductor
Keys
With
Mounting
Considerations
Mounting
Mounting
Details
Procedure
LED
Indicators
..................
Wire
System
. , , . 2-3
............
2-3
3-l
......................
3-2
.3-l
....................
.................
Multiline Conference
Music Interface
.................
l-3,
Music-On-Hold
2-6, 4-28,
.................
Music-On-Hold
System-Wide
Mute / Handsfree
........
Enable/Disable
...........
Inhibit
Answer
.2-3, 5-2
2-4, 3-15
.2-4,
Keys
Night Transfer
(Of Ringing)
.....
2-7,
...............
System
To Telephone
Company
Numbering
Plan
4-l 2, 4-24,
4-28,
...........
......................
Voice
Announce
Off-Hook
Voice
On-Hook
Dialing
Operation,
Outline
Free
Publications
.....................
l-l
Repair
Authorization
....................
3-18
Repair
Service
Related
Resistance
Check
Details
....
Denied
; .........
- Common
Dimensions
- Station
Equipment
................
Ringing
Self Diagnostics
Off-Hook
.2-7,
Pause
Lines
And
Time
Coin
Ringing
Tones
Personalized
Ringing
Pulse/Tone
Switchable
Placing
Placing
A Call On Hold
Intercom
Calls
Tone
Compatible
..........
Speakerphone
Operation
Specifications,
System
Square/Non-Square
System
Standard
Features
.....................
Standard
Installation
...................
....................
Details
3-10
.2-7
Station
Pairing
4-l 2, 4-24
Station
Self Test
l-5
Station
Speed
l-7
Status
Indicators
2-7
4-10,4-22
5-l
5-l
.2-l
.3-l
l-3
...............
Privacy
.................
.2-8
3-4,3-6,3-7
l-4
........................
l-8
.....................
.5-l
.......................
Dial
Administration
Capacity
Clock
Description
2-4, 5-3
Sequences
..........
.....................
System
System
3-17
...................
And Tone
Ringing
System
.3-4
......................
System
.5-9
.2-4
...........
Programming
4-17
l-2
.......................
.4-28,5-6
....................
l-1
.....................
System
Grounding
......................
System
Grounding,
AC Power
System
Operating
Characteristics
System
Operating
Procedures
System
Programming
l-2
l-2
5,4-27
................
Industry/Regulatory
By Station
2-8,4-l
...........
Operation
.................
...............
.................
Station
5-5
2-4
.2-4
.5-5
....................
5-3
4-26,
.2-8,3-10
..........
.......................
Images
2-4
4-25
.................
Station
..........
4-13,
.2-4
Dialing
5-3
3-18
2-7, 4-14,
Station
................
.4-5,4-18
Office
Announce
......................
................
.....................
PBX/Centrex/Central
Personal
Lines
.5-9
.2-7,
......................
Speakerphone
Subdued
Party
Voice
Connections
P
. l-3,3-18
............
Line Preference
Description
.........
3-16
.............
Equivalence
Number
Volume Control
..................
Ringer
Ringer
Station
.................
.6-l
.......................
.....................
Station
.......................
5-4
.5-3
..........................
3-10
2-4
Answer-B&U,
3-18
2-8, 4-5,4-18,
..............
Standards,
.....................
Dimensions
Outline
Hands
2-7, 5-4
...............
Interference
Station
.......................
Installation
Support
Originating
With
4-5,4-18
3-l 1
..........
.......................
Feature
Option
OPX
Announce
Basic
Operation,
Connections
2-7
.2-4
................
(TAP)
Secure
0
Off-Hook
.2-5
2-4,
....................
Frequency
5-4
5-8
..................
Switchable
S
5-6
.4-l
.2-4
: .....
...........
.....................
Dial Time
2-6
2-8, 4-l 5, 4-27
3-18
2,4-24
..................
Pull Out Directory
Recall/Flash
.2-7
.2-7,4-l
..................
Features
Pulse/Tone
4-l 3;4-25
...................
Programmable
Single-Digit
Non-Square
Notification
l-2
................
Programmable
5-6
N
.2-4
.2-7,
Key Locations
Redialing
.2-4
................
....................
DSSlBLF
R
Radio
3-l 1
.............
..................
Programmable
Pulse
M
Connection
...................
Release
Program
3-l 1
...................
Indication
Power
Privacy
4-l 1,4-23
....................
.3-3
Connection
.............
...............
...................
........
.3-4
.5-8
.5-l
.4-l
r
Publication index
Ir;;rl66-064
System
Programming
System
Specifications
Block
Diagram
System
Speed
Dial
System
Speed
Dial Programming
System
Status
Indicator
.........
.4-2,4-3
....................
Transferring
l-2
...............
2-8, 4-28,
5-6
3-17
TAP (Recall/Flash)
Technical
Assistance
Technical
Assistance
Service
Terminations
Timed
.............
Hold
2-8,4-5,4-18,5-4
...................
And
Repair
.6-l
Service
.........
.6-l
.......................
2-8
........................
Recall
Toll Restriction
Tone
Calling
Tone
Or Voice
l-2
................
- Flexible
2-8, 4-5,4-18
............
2-8,
4-5,4-19
2-9,
4-8.4-21
........................
Signalling
.5-l
(intercom)
......
5-2
..........
. . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . l-l
U
User
Information
V
T
Tenant
...........
Calls
. . . . .
3-18
5-4
..............
..................
Outside
Troubleshooting
........
Voice
Announce
Blocking
Voice
Announce
Calling
.
...........
5-l
. . . .
.
..........
3-16’
.
..........
3-16
Voltage
Check
Voltage
Measurements
W
Wiring
. . . . . . . . . .
2-4,5-4
. . . . . . . . . . . 6-l
z
Zone
l-3
Paging,
And All-Call
2-5, 2-9,
4-14,
4-25,5-4
LIMITED WARRANTY
Comdial) warrants that under normal operating conditions, this Equipment (except for fuses, lamps, and other
ke e from defects in material and workmanship for a period of twenty-four (24) months from the manufacturing date
e Equipment. Comdial’s sole obligation under this warranty or under any other legal obligation with respect to the Equipment is
to re ir or replace, at its option, the Equipment if it is deemed defective by Comdial durfng the warranty period free of charge with new or
refur I?shed equipment or parts, at Comdial’s option, when the Equipment is returned to Comdiaf, freight or postage prepaid, during the
warranty period. This warranty does not apply if, in the sole judgement of Comdial, the Equipment has been installed or used in combination
or in assembly with products not supplied by Comdial and which are not compatible or inferior quality, design or performance, or the Equipment
has been otherwise misused, abused, acddentally damaged, or damaged or malfunctions or fails to function as a result of acts of God such as
fire, flood, or lightning or other incidence of excessive or msufficent voltage or failure to follow instructions. Repair or alteration of this
Equipment other than as specifically authorized‘by Comdial or its authorized repair agent is prohibited and will void this warranty. This
warranty does not cover costs associated with installation, removal, or reinstallatron of the Equipment. Comdial does not warrant that the
Equi ment is compatible with all telephone or switching systems. THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE, BEING IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
WAkANTlES
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR’A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. WITHOUT EXPANDING UPON THE FOREGOING WARRANTY, THE MAXIMUM LIABILITY OF
COMDIAL UNDER ANY WARRANTY, STATUTORY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IS LIMITED TO THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE
EQUIPMENT.
COMDIAL SHALL HAVE NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY OR ANY OTHER LOSS OR INJURY,
INCLUDING CONSEQUENTIAL AND/OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, RESULTING FROM THE POSSESSION, OPERATION OR USE OF THE
EQUIPMENT, ALL SUCH CLAIMS BEING HEREBY EXPRESSLY WAIVED. THE PURCHASER’S EXCLUSIVE WARRANTY AND REMEDY
SHALL BE ONLY AS STATED HEREIN.
This warranty gives you specifk legal rights and you may also have other rights which may vary from state to state. Some states do not allow
limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations
may not apply to you.
If the Magnuson-Moss Act should be held to apply to the sale of the Equipment by a court of competent jurisdiction, the implied warranty of
fitness for a particular purpose shall extend for one year from the date of manufacture.
No Comdial deafer nor any other person or entity other than Comdial may extend or modify this warranty, and no such modification or
extension shall be effective unless it is in writing.
This manual has been developed by Comdial Corporation (the ‘Compan “) and is intended for the use of its customers and service personnel.
The information in this manual is subject to change without notice. Ah. le every effort has been made to eliminate errors, the Company
disdaims liability for any difficulties arising for the interpretation of the information contained herein.
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The information contained herein does not pruport to cover all details or variations in equipment nor to provide for every Possible continge?cy
to be met in connection with installation, operation, or maintenance. Should further information be desired, or should pamcular problems arlse
which are not covered sufficiently for the purchaser’s purposes, contact, Corndial, CustomerOService
Department, P.O. BOX 7266,
Charlottesville, Virginia 22906.
COMDWL
Charlottesville,
Virginia 22906-7266
1 (804) 978-2200
Printed in USA
IMI 66-064.02
IO/89