AT&T Merlin Legend 7102 Specifications

Copyright © 1992 AT&T
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Printed in U.S.A.
AT&T 555-620-116
Issue 1
October 1992
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Contents
Release 1.1 Enhancements
1
Release 2.0 Enhancements
2
4
Design Benefits
Environmental Specifications
Control Unit Interfaces
5
7
Network Interface Requirements
FCC Registration
8
Ordering Codes
8
8
9
14
Control Unit Modules
32
Adjunct Summary
Uninterruptible Power Source (UPS) Backup Times
Power Supply Unit Load Requirements
38
48
49
49
DOC Registration
Hardware and Software Capacities
■
Unit Load Calculation Rules
Unit Load Rating of System Modules
■
Unit Load Rating of System Trunks, Telephones
■
and Adjuncts
System Feature Availability by Operating Mode
Telephone and Operator Console Features
Reference Documents
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52
53
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i
Release 1.1 Enhancements
Release 1.1 includes all Release 1.0 functionality plus the following
enhancements:
Language selection allows the system to be programmed for prompts,
menus, and messages on MLX display telephones to appear in English,
French, or Spanish. Each of the following can also be programmed for
any of these languages, independently of the system language:
Individual extensions with MLX telephones
■ SPM
■ System programming reports
■ SMDR report headers
■
In addition, user and operator guides, quick reference cards, and
telephone tray cards are available in all three languages.
System operational enhancements include automatic selection of an SA
button when Conference is invoked (in Hybrid/PBX mode), prompting
through Conference setup (on MLX display telephones), relocation of the
More prompt on the display, additional Inspect capability, improvements
to system reports, and a log that records the last 20 times maintenance or
system programming has been accessed.
SPM enhancements include operation in English, French, or Spanish,
faster backup and restore, and automatic on-screen display of reports as
they are created.
Additional equipment includes the 8102 and 8110 analog voice
telephones, four headsets, two headset amplifiers, and a transparent
protective cover for the MLX- 10™ and MLX- 10D™ telephones.
PF registration number AS5USA-65646-PF-E is assigned by the FCC for
operating the MERLIN LEGEND™ Communications System in Hybrid/PBX
mode in the United States.
1
Release 2.0 Enhancements
Release 2.0 includes all Release 1.1 functionality plus the following
enhancements:
Programming enhancements include the following:
Extension Program Copy IS a new feature that reduces programming
time by allowing the use of any extension as a template for
programming another extension or block of extensions through
centralized programming.
■ Integrated Administration provides a single interface through Integrated
Solution Ill (IS-III) for programming entries common to the MERLIN
LEGEND Communications System and AUDIX Voice Power™.
■ Forced idle reductions keep system interruptions at a minimum. In
general, the smallest necessary component is forced idle during
programming activities. For example, renumbering a single extension
idles only one extension; loudspeaker paging port assignment idles only
one trunk. Only a few system-wide programming activities, such as
setting the system mode and system renumbering, idle the entire
system.
■ SPM provides a convert option to convert a Release 1.0 or Release 1.1
backup file to the format used by Release 2.0. This allows existing
system programming to be presewed when the system is upgraded to
Release 2.0.
■
System operational enhancements include the following:
Coverage VMS is a new feature [hat prevents incoming exlernal calls
from going to voice mail (All other Coverage remains active as
programmed.) The feature IS programmed extension-by-extension,
either through extension programming or through centralized
programming.
■ A Night Service group can be programmed to include a calling group
as a member, This allows a call thal receives Night Service treatment tc
be queued when all Night Service group members are busy or
unavailable
■ When AUDIX Voice Power or MERLIN MAIL™ sends a Leave Word
Calling message to an extcnslon, the sys[em Identifies the voice mail
syslem as Ihe sender of the message. A S a result, when the voice mail
subscriber uses the Return Call feature, the call goes to any available
voice mail port, not just to the specific port that generated the message
This improves access by reducing the chance of gcttlng a busy port.
■ Coverage receivers can call Coverage senders and have the call
receive Coverage treatmcnt, If a receiver calls a sender for whom he or
shc is covering, and the sender is busy or unavailable, the call
proceeds to other points of Coverage, It does not come back to the
receiver who originated the call.
■
2
Enhancemets to display prompts tnclude automatic posting of a
Do Not Disturb message when a user activates the Do Not Disturb
feature, and confirmation messages when a user activates Hold,
Privacy, Saved Number Dial, and Transfer.
■ Direct Inward Dialing (DID) trunk emulation on a T1 facility provides
24 DID channels on a single 0S1 trunk interface, instead of requiring
24 separate physical trunks.
■ When the system is using Centrex services, Recall can be used on an
outside call on an SA or ICOM button to send a timed switchhook flash
to the host switch (on a Ioop-start trunk only).
■
FAX Attendant System™ is a new application for sending and receiving
fax messages; its interface is similar to the voice mail interface provided
by AUDIX Voice Power, FAX Attendant System, which co-resides with
AUDIX Voice Power on the IS-III platform, provides the following services:
Fax Call Answer receives and holds messages for subscribers whose
fax machines are busy or out of paper, This service also allows a
subscriber to have a personaI fax number without having a fax machine.
■ Fax Mail allows subscribers to create and use fax distribution lists, send
and receive fax messages, and record personal greetings for incoming
fax calls.
■ Fax Response prompts callers to select and receive faxes from a
customer-created menu of choices, using touch-tone responses.
■
408 GS/LS-MLX module is a new interface that combines four ports for
ground-start or loop-start trunks and eight ports for MLX telephones on a
single module in the control unit.
Primary Rate lnterface (PRI) enhancements include the following:
Connectivity to the 5ESS ® Generic 6
■ Multiple Incoming calls to directory number
■ Call-by-Call Service Selection
■ Authorization
Code handling for FTS2000
■ Station ID (SID) as Calling Party Number for Automatic Number ID (ANI)
■
Maintenance enhancements include the following:
Descriptions of module test failures in clear English
Optional printing of hard copy of error logs
■ Display that correlates extension numbers 10 slot/port and logical ID
■ Display showing which slots, trunks, and extcnsions are maintenancebusy
■ Internal digital switching element (DSE) Ioopback test for all modules
■ B-channel loopback test for MLX modules
■ B-channel line or call service states display
■ Error log entries for dual-port RAM errors
■
■
3
Design Benefits
Modular components allow easy, cost-effective growth in both size and
function. For upgrades from the MERLIN®system family of products, all
analog MERLIN system telephones, as well as wiring, can be reused. For
upgrades from the MERLIN II Communications System, certain trunk and
station modules can also be reused.
Menu-driven system programming maintains the customer’s command
of business operations.
Built-in 1200-bps modem allows fast access to the system by customers
AT&T personnel, or authorized dealers from a remote location for system
programming and maintenance.
Flexible mode of operation saves upgrade costs by allowing system
configuration in one of three modes: Hybrid/PBX, Key, and Behind Switch
Connectivity to other systems in the Behind Switch mode optimizes
existing resources by allowing the system to work as part of another
MERLIN LEGEND Communications System, System 25, System 75,
System 85, Definity® 75/85, or other communications system, The control
unit can connect to another system’s control unit via an off-premises
telephone (OPT) line or an analog or digilal tie trunk.
Digital 2.048-MHz bus supplies a 64-kbps channel on each of the
216 time slots.
68000 Motorola CPU running at 10 MHz with zero wall states provides
fast system performance.
Memory data retention saves time by ensuring that system and extension
programming information is retained for 12 to 30 days, depending on the
system configuration, in case of power failure or system shutdown,
Integrated voice and data capabilities allow users to talk while
transmitting data at speeds up to 64 kbps.
DS1 interface can be configured for connection of either T1 or PR1 for
basic call control with the 4ESS™ or 5ESS PRI service specifications.
Basic Rate Interface (BRl) S/T protocol supports premier digital multiline
(MLX) telephones with superior display capabilities and supports the
7500B Data Module tor the connection of adjuncts.
4
Environmental Specifications
Control Unit
Fully loaded basic carrier
Fully loaded 2-carrier
Fully loaded 3-carrier
451b (20.4 kg) 14” W x 23” H x 12” D
(35.6cm x 58.4 cm x 30.5 cm)
90 lb (40.8 kg) 25” W x 23” H x 12 D
(63.5cm x 58.4 cm x 30.5 cm)
1351 b(61.2 kg) 37” W x 23” H x 12” D
(94 cm x 58.4 cm x 30.5 cm)
Mean Time Between Failures
2.1 years
(mean or average time the system is expected to
operate before any type of failure occurs)
Mean Time Between Outages
4.0 years
(mean or average time the system is expected to
operate before a failure affecting more than 25% of
extensions or lines for more than 15 seconds occurs)
Backboard
■ Without SYSTIMAX® 6’ W x 3’ H x 3/4” D (182,9 cm x 91.4 cm x 1.9 cm)
■ With SYSTIMAX
7’ W x 4’ H x 3/4’’ D(2l3.4cmx 121.9cmx 1.9 cm)
Backboard Mounting Hardware Requirements
Wood surface
Wood screws
Concrete surface, brick, cmdcr block
Masonry anchors
Plaster, plasterboard
Toggle bolts
Sheet-metal surface
Sheel-metal screws
■ Hardware should have a combined pullout force of 650 lb (294.8 kg),
■ When mounting to sheet-metal walls, attach to structural members.
Location
■ Within 5’ (1.5 m) of dedicated AC power outlet (1 plug per carrier)
■ Within 1000 cable feet (304.8 m) of telephones
Heat
Fully
Fully
Fully
Dissipation
loaded basic carrier
loaded 2-carrier
loaded 3-carrier
Power Requirements
Basic carrier
2-carrier
3-carrier
500 Btu/hr
1000 Blu/hr
1500 Btu/hr
117VAC
117VAC
117VAC
(35 callsec)
(70 cal/sec)
(105 cal/sec)
60 Hz ± 5%
60 Hz ± 5%
60 Hz ± 5%
3A
6A
9A
5
Temperature/Humidity Range
40°- I04°F (4°–40°C); optimum temperature 60°F (16°C)
20% –80% relative humidity
Ventilation
1“ (2.5 cm) on right and left sides; 12” (30.5 cm) above and below
Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) Tolerance
1 V/m
Caution
■ Do not use switch control on AC outlet tor control unit.
■ Use approved ground (AC receptacle for 3-prong plug).
■ Do not install control unit outdoors
■ Do not place control unit near extreme heat (furnaces, heaters, attics,
or direct sunlight).
■ Do not expose control unit to devices that generate electrical
interference (such as arc welders or motors).
■ Do not place anything on top of carriers.
■ Do not install control unit under any device thal may drip fluid, such as
an air conditioner.
6
Control Unit Interfaces
Interface
Applications
BRI S/T*
Control unit to MLX telephone
7500B Data Module
DS1
Control unit to the following
services:
Signaling
Channel
Rate
Audio/
Data
Rate
16 kbps (D)
64 kbps (B)
64 kbps (B
and D)
64 kbps
■
T1
Emulated tle trunk
Emulated DID
Emulated Ioop-start
Emulated ground- start
■ PRI services
ACCUNET ® switchcd digital service
MEGACOM ® WATS
MEGACOM 800
Software Defined Network (SDN)
MultiQuest ® 900 number scrvlces
Connectivity to 5ESS Generic 6
Multiple incoming calls to
directory number
Call-by-Call Service Selection
Authorization Code handling
for FTS2000
SID-ANI as Calling Party Number
RS-232-C
Control unit to PC connected to
system programming port
2400 bps
or
1200 bps
2400 bps
or
1200 bps
Control unit to AT&T
model 572 printer, PC with CAS,
or CAT connec led to
RS-232-C port
1200 bps
1200 bps
ATL
Control unit 10 analog multiline
telephone
40 kHz
300
3400 Hz
Tip/Ring
Control unit to single-line
telephone, modem, fax, OPT, or
voice mail system
* Call handling derived from CCITT recommendation Q.931
7
Network Interface Requirements
Network
Line/Trunk Type
Facility
Interface Code
Loop-start
02LS2
RJI11C, RJ14C, RJ21X
Ground-start
02GS2
RJ11 C, RJ14C, RJ21X
DID
02RV2-T
RJ11C, RJ14C, RJ21X
OPT
0L13C
RJ11C, RJ14C
Tie
TL31M
RJ2GX
T1
04DU9-B
04DU9-C
RJ48C/X
PRI
04DU9-B
04Du9-C
RJ48C/X
Interface
FCC Registration
Registration Number
REN
Type
AS593M-72682-MF-E
1.5A
Multi-function
AS593M-72914-KF-E
1 5A
Key only
AS5USA-65646-PF-E
1 5A
Hybrid/PBX
DOC Registration
DOC Certification No.
CSA Certification No.
230-4095A
LR-56260
8
Load No.
6
Hardware and Software Capacities
Allowed lists
Number of lists
Entries per list
Digits per entry
8
10
7
Applications
CAS
CAT
CMS
Number of trunks (each)
Number of agents (each)
Number of external alerts (each)
Integrated Solution Ill
AUDIX Voice Power—lS-Ill
Number of mailboxes
FAX Attendant System
Integrated Voice Power Automated Attendant
Call Accounting System- IS-III
SPM—IS-III
MERLIN Attendant™
MERLIN MAIL Voice Messaging System
Number of mailboxes (each)
SPM-DOS
300
1†
1*
1
1
4
4
40
1
Automatic Route Selection (ARS)
Fully programmable ARS tables
Entries per table
Total entries in all tables
ARS patterns
Subpatterns per pattern
Routes per subpattern
Default tables
16
100
1600
18
2
6
4
1
2
28
28
4
1*
Callback calls in queue
64
Calling Groups
Number of groups
Members per group
Groups per member
Delay announcements per system
32
20‡
1
32
*
AUDIX Voice Power IS-III and Integrated Voice power
Automated Attendant cannot be connected simultaneously
† Fax Attendant System only with AUDIX Voice Power
‡ QCCS cannot be members
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Hardware and Software Capacities (continued)
Calling Groups (continued)
Delay announcements per group
Groups per delay announcement
External alerts per group
Coverage groups per group
Carriers
Slots per basic carrier
Slots per expansion carrier
Carriers per system
Total slots available
Coverage Groups
Number of groups
Senders per group
Groups per sender
Receiver buttons per group
Groups per queued call console (QCC) receiver
Data hunt groups
Number of groups
Members per group
Groups per member
Digital data via 7500B Data Module
Direct Inward Dialing
Number of blocks
Number of trunks
Directories
System Directory (System Speed Dial)
Number of directories
Listings per directory
*
†
10
1
32
1
1
5*
6
3
17
32
144
1
8†
30
32
20
127
2
80
1
130
The processor module must be placed in slot 0 in the basic carrier.
In a Hybrid/PBX system, when QCCS are used, the queue can also be
assigned as a receiver but is not counted in the 8-receiver maximum.
Hardware and Software Capacities (continued)
Directories (continued)
Extension Directory
Number of directories
Listings per directoty
Personal Directory
Number of directories
Listings per directory
1
144
48
50
Direct Station selectors (DSSS)
16†
Disallowed Lists
Number of lists
Entries per Iist
Digits per entry
8
10
11
DS 1 modules
3
Fax machines with Message Waiting
16†
Lines/trunks
80‡
Night Service
Groups
Members per group
Calling groups per group
Groups per member
Emergency Allowed List entries
Operator Consoles
Direct-line consoles (DLCS)
MLX-20L™ or MLX-28D™
BIS-22D, BIS-34D, or MERLIN II
System Dlsplay Console
QCCs
Total of DLCS plus QCCS
Number of consoles per module
8
144
1
8
10
8§
8**
4§
8
2
Paging system ports (Ioop-start only)
* Two per MLX module; the MERLIN II System Display Console has a
built-in DSS
† The system can support more than 16 fax machines, but those in
excess of 16 cannot use the fax message-waiting indication.
‡ Lines/trunks can be configured as personal lines.
§ Two per MLX modules.
** Two per analog module
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Hardware and Software Capacities (continued)
Park codes
Personal lines
Personal Speed Dial
Entries per single-line or 5- or 10-button telephone
Entries per system
Digits per entry
8
64
*
24
1200
16
Pickup
Number of groups
Members per group
Groups per member
30
15
1
Pool buttons
64
Pools (trunk groups)
Number of pools
Trunks per pool
11
80
Ports (not achievable simultaneously)
Delay announcements
Digital data via 7500B Gala Module
Paging
Voice and data (physical ports)
Voice Announce to Busy extensions
Voice mail interface (VMI)
Total ports
Power failure transfer telephones
*
†
‡
32
127
3
144
127
20†
224‡
20
Single-line and 5- and 10-button telephone only
Although the system software supports up to 24 VMI ports, all the VMI
ports must be in the same calling group, and the maximum number of
stations in a calling group i S 20.
The system is said to have a total capacity of 224 (80 CO trunks plus
144 extensions), However, those are physical jacks. Each MLX
station jack represents 2 logical endpoints (ports). For example, an
MLX telephone with a Multi-Function Module (MFM) plugs into only
1 station jack, but the jack supports the telephone and the adjunct
connected to the MFM (fax machine, answering machine, etc. ) The
1 station jack is supporting 2 endpoints.
Although it has only 1 jack, the 100D module can serve up to
24 endpoints. Therefore, the entire system can be configured to
Connect up 1080 trunks and 255 station endpoints, a total of
335 endpoints. This total of 335 endpoints exceeds the system’s
capacity of 216 time slots. If more than 216 endpoints are in use at the
same time, blocking can occur.
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Hardware and Software Capacities (continued)
Remote Access
Number of barrier codes
Digits per code
16
4
Shared System Access (SA) buttons
Number of shared buttons per SA
16
Stations
Total physical jacks
Total endpoints
System programming equipment
MLX-20L
RS-232-C port for PC with SPM
Modem
Telephones
Analog multiline without Voice Announce to Busy
Analog multiline with Voice Announce to Busy
MLX-20L
MLX- 10, MLX-10D, or MLX-28D
(with or without 7500B Data Module or MFM)
Single-line
144
255
*
1
1
1
136
127
48†
127‡
144
Traffic
Hundred call seconds (CCS) per hour per station
6.0
Trunks
80§
Two-party conversations
108
*
Remote system programming overrides on-site system programming
unless an on-site backup or restore is in progress. The system sends
a message that a remote connection is established before terminating
an on-site system programming session.
† Total includes the MLX-20L telcphonc used for systcm programming.
‡ An MFM and a 7500B Data Module cannot be connected to the same
telephone at the same lime,
§ Trunks can be configured as personal lines.
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Ordering Codes
Component
PEC
Comcode
App. Code
106388614
105743801
106215155
106874738
403E
391A1
517A27
517G25
106388614
105743801
106215155
106874738
106064678
403E
391AI
517A27
517G25
517A26
106388614
105743801
106215155
106874738
106698590
403E
391A1
517A27
517G25
517A29
106388614
105743801
106215155
106874738
106698590
403E
391A1
517A27
517G25
5 17A29
106388630
105743801
106388259
403F
391A1
17A
Control Unit
MERLIN LEGEND Control Unit
6140-CU2
Basic tamer and housing
Power supply module
Processor
Feature module
MERLIN LEGEND Control Unit
w/408 ATL
6140-CA2
Basic carrier and housing
Power supply module
Processor
Feature module
408 GS/LS
MERLJN LEGEND Control Unit
w/408 MLX
Basic carrier and housing
Power supply module
Processor
Feature module
408 GS/LS-MLX
MERLIN LEGEND Control Unit
w/12x24MLX
Basic carrier and housing
Power supply module
processor
Feature module
408 GS/LS-MLX (qty.3)
Expansion Unit
Expansion carrier
and housing
Power supply module
Expansion Unit Cover
14
6140-CD2
6140-242
61490
Ordering Codes (continued)
Component
PEC
R1/Rl.l Upgrade to R2 6141-102A
Upgrade from Merlin II 6140-UD2A
(Basic)
Cover
Processor
008 MLX
Feature module
MLX-20L telephone
(choose one):
Black
White
Expansion cover
(zero, one, or two)
Upgrade from Merlin ll 6140 -U2LA
(w/MLX module)
Cover
Processor
Feature module
Expansion cover
(zero, one, or two)
Comcode
App. Code
106874738 517G25
106388234
106215155
105628010
106064660
16A
517A27
517A21
517A25
106743420 7713D01B-003
106743438 7713D01B-264
106388259 17A
106388234
106215155
106874738
106388259
16A
517A27
517G25
17A
105351092
105628010
106387525
106553779
105461560
105311401
105628044
106064678
106698590
105628077
105627996
517B3
517A21
517A28
517E13
517B15
517A14
517B18
517A26
517A29
517B20
517A19
Trunk and Station Modules
008 (ATL)
008 MLX
008 OPT
012 (T/R)
100D(DS1)
400EM(tle trunk)
4ooGs/LsmR
408GS/LS
408GS/LS-MLX
800 DID
800 GS/LS
61485
61486
61489
61487
61491
61492
61483
61481
61493
61488
61484
Vintage Trunk and Station Modules
400(withTTRs)
408 LS
800 LS
61379
61482
61384
105408892 517B12
105512495 517C1
105351100 517B4
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Ordering Codes (continued)
Component
PEC
Comcode
App. Code
3156-02B
3156-02W
3156-F21
3156-F21
3156-S21
3156-S21
106743024
106743032
106633886
106633894
106613508
106613516
7712D01B-003
7712D01B-264
7712D01A(29)-003
7712DUA(29)-264
7712001A(22)-003
7712001A(22)-264
3156-03B
3156-03W
3156-F31
3156-F31
3156-S31
3156-S31
106743040
106743057
106633928
106633936
106613524
106613532
7712D02B-003
7712D02B-264
7712D02AQ9)-003
7712D02A(29)-264
7712D02A(22)-003
7712D02A(22)-264
3156-05B
106743420
3156-05W 106743438
106634421
3156-F51
106634439
3156-F51
106613557
3156-S51
106613573
3156-S51
7713001B-003
7713D01B-264
7713001A(29)-003
7713D01A(29)-264
7713D01A(22)-003
7713D01A(22)-264
MLX-28D
English (black)
106743503
3156-04B
English (white)
106743511
3156-04W
French (black)
106634470
3156-F41
French (while)
106634488
3156-F41
Spanish (black)
106613599
3156-S41
Spanish (white)
106613607
3156-S41
Analog Multiline Telephones (black)
7713D02B-003
7713D02B-264
7713D02A(29)-003
7713D02A(29)-264
7713D02A(22)-003
7713D02A(22)-264
Telephones
..
MLX Telephones
MLX-10
English (black)
English (white)
French (black)
French (white)
Spanish (black)
Spanish (white)
MLX-10D
English (black)
English (white)
French (black)
French (white)
Spanish (black)
Spanish (white)
MLX-20L
English (black)
English (white)
French (black)
French (white)
Spanish (black)
Spanish (white)
MLC-5
BIS-10
01s-22
BIS-22D
BIS-34
BIS-34D
MERLIN PFC™(ATL)
PFC paper
16
3168-MLC
3165-10B
3166-22B
3166-DSB
3167-34D
3167-DSB
3169-PF2
31690
105515332
105161061
105188809
105630420
105167027
105630529
106681562
106673361
7312
7313
7314
7315
7317
7317
H01A-003
H01A-003
H01A-003
H01B-003
H01A-003
H01B-003
Ordering Codes (continued)
Component
PEC
Comcode
App. Code
Telephones, continued
Vintage Analog Multiline Telephones (black)
5-Button
10-Button
10-Button HFAI
34-Button
34-Button Deluxe
34-Button 61S
34-Button BIS/DIS
Single-Line Telephones
8110 Analog Voice
Black
White
8102 Analog Voice
Black
White
7102
Black
Misty cream
2500 YMGK
(message waltlng, recall
touch-lone, desk)
Black
Misty cream
2500 MMGK
(recall, touch-tone, desk)
Black
Misty cream
2500 MMGJ
(touch-tone, desk)
Black
Misty cream
2554 MMGJ
(touch-tone, wall)
Black
Misty cream
500 MM
(rotary, desk)
Black
Ivory
Beige
3160-111
3161-172
3161-161
3162-412
3162-417
3162-61S
3162-DIS
105217426
105217509
105371942
103842050
105217715
103981965
103981981
Z7302H01D-003
Z7303H01D-003
Z7309H01C-003
Z7305H01B-003
Z7305H02D-003
Z7305H03D-003
Z7305H04C-003
3193-001
106272321 8110A01A-003 811
106272339 8110A01A-264 811
3192-001
106272305 8102A01A-003 810
106272313 8102A01A-264 810
3185-MWR
105335285
105330419
7102A01A-003
7102A01A-215
3178-NHL
105480578 2500YMGK-003
105480560 2500YMGK-215
3101-ETR
105414130 2500MMGK-003
105414122 2500MMGK-215
3101-EBD
105414155
105414148
2500MMGJ-003
2500MMGJ-215
3101-EBW
105480081 2554MMGJ-003
105480032 2554MMGJ-215
3100-ORD
103870234 500MM-03
103870226 500MM-50
103870267 500MM-60
17
Ordering Codes (continued)
Component
PEC
Comcode App.Code
Telephones, continued
Single-Line Telephones, continued
554 BMPA
(rotary, wall)
Black
Ivory
Beige
Cordless Telephones
Model 5320
3100-ORW
103823498 554BMpA-3
103823506 554BMPA-50
103823555 554BMPA-60
3103-CLS 105543516 CS6300U11A
Consoles
MERLIN II
System Display Console
DSS
English (black)
English (white)
Spanish (black)
Spanish (white)
61392
105229744 7318H01A-00
3156-DCB 105685481
3156-DCW 105685499
3156-SDI 106613672
3156-SDI 106613680
604A1-003
604A1-264
604A1(22)-00
604A1(22)-26
Applications
SPM Version 2,0 -- DOS
61495
SPM Version 2.0
UNIX Systcm 61496
Call Accounting System (CAS)
CAS Plus V3 Bundle w/80-col,
Parallel Printer
CAS Plus V3 Bundle w/132-col
Parallel Printer
CAS Plus V3 Software
Rate Table*
CAS Plus upgrade
UNIX CAS (LEGEND)
CAS/H
CAS/H LEGEND 100S
CAS/H LEGEND 200S
CAS/H Rate Table*
106906092
1201-NP1
1201-WP1
1201-DR1
12010
12009
1201-U12
1201-H10
1201-H20
12050
406362244
406158444
406158394
406478537
405799255
405788289
405788420
* consult AT&T or an authorized dealer for other area-specific information
18
Ordering Codes (continued)
component
PEC
Comcode
App. Code
Applications, continued
Call Accounting Terminal (CAT)
CAT BASIC/B
CAT Termmal
Printer
CAT Basic Rate Table*
(Update Chip)
CAT/B 150S
CAT/H 150S
CAT/B Rate Table+ (update)
CAT/H Rate Table* (update)
3600-010
Call Management System (CMS)
1207-100
5 1/4” floppy disk
3 1/2” floppy disk
Board
CONVERSANT INTRO Appllcation
CONVERSANT INTRO Appllcation
Casual User
CONVERSANT INTRO Application
Casual Dev & Data
InnManager w/Base Software
Site Specific Software
20 station
40 station
60 station
80 station
100 station
36014
406669762
406637306
406669739
3600-023
3600-024
36023
36024
406478800
406478818
406478792
406478784
8301-100
4201-100
4201-101
106496540
106496532
106198815
4201-102
7051-INN
406670984
70501
70502
70503
70504
70505
406670992
406671008
406671016
406671024
406671032
355AF Adapter, Receptacle
2709-A25 105012645 355AF
355A Adapter, Plug
2750-A24 105012637 355A
14’ Cord
2725-07N 103687802 D8W-87 14FT
MERLIN LEGEND Integrated Solution Ill Controllers
100 MB MC-II + Processor
4200-503
4 x 100 MB MC-II + Processor
406506329
4MB Memory Upgrade
106219553
Color Monitor
406504571
Keyboard
406504563
9 to 25 Pin Adapter
406139394
Cartridge Tapes (qty 2)
106220866
* Consult AT&T or an authorized dealer for other area-specific information
19
Ordering Codes (continued)
Component
PEC
Comcode
Applications, continued
200 MB MC-II + Processor
4 x 200 MB MC-II + Processor
4MB Memory Upgrade
Color Monitor
Keyboard
9 to 25 Pin Adapter
Cartridge Tapes (qty. 2)
200 MB MC-III + Processor
8 x 200 MB MC-III + Processor
Color Monitor
Keyboard
9 to 25 Pin Adapter
2 x 250 MB Cart. Tapes
500 MB MC-III + Processor
8 x 500 MB MC-III + Processor
Color Monitor
Keyboard
9 to 25 Pin Adapter
2 x 250 MB Cart. Tapes
Software Applications
MERLIN LEGEND IS-III
IS-III Platform Software
UNIX SPM 2.0
IS-III System Manager’s
Guide
IS-III I+M Guide
IS-III Tape
MERLIN LEGEND R2 AUDIX
Voice Power 2.1.1
IVPSS 2.0
AUDIX Voice Power 2.1 1
AUDIX Voice Power/FAX Attendant
System MLR2 Switch lnteg. SW
Integ. AUDIX Voice Power/
FAX Attendant System Admin.
AUDIX Voice Power User’s
Guide (50)
AUDIX Voice Power System
Manager’s Guide
AUDIX Voice Power/FAX Attendant
System Planning Guide
20
4200-503
406506337
106219533
406504571
406504563
406139394
106220866
4200-912
406700930
406504571
406504563
406708503
406760009
4200-936
406700914
406504571
406504563
406708503
406760009
106894942
106876311
App. Code
Ordering Codes (continued)
Component
PEC
Comcode App.Code
Applications, continued
MERLIN LEGEND FAX Attendant
FAX Attendant 21.1
Co-resident Base Pkg
AUDIX Voice Power/FAX Attendant
System MLR2 Swllch Integ. SW
FAX Attendant User’s Guide (50)
MERLIN LEGEND AUDIX
Voice Power/FAX Atlendant
System Planning Guide
Reference Sheet
OTHER (Voice Boards)
IVP4 Board
IVP6 Board
IS-III Bundles
100MB MC-II + 4 x4
AUDIX Voice Power
100 MB MC-II + Processor
lVP4 Board
UNIX 3.2.2
Cart. Tape Utilities
MERLIN LEGEND IS-III
MERLIN LEGEND R2 AUDIX
Voice Power 2.1.1
200MB MC-II + 4 x 12 AUDIX
Voice Power
200 MB MC-II + Processor
lVP4 Board
UNIX 3.2.2
Cart. Tape Utillties
MERLIN LEGEND IS-III
MERLIN LEGEND R2
AUDIX Voice Power 2.1.1
200 MB MC-111+8x12
AUDIX Voice Power
200 MB MC-III + Processor
IVP4 Board (qty 2)
UNIX 3.2.2
Cart. Tape Utilities
MERLIN LEGEND IS-III
MERLIN LEGEND R2
AUDIX Voice Power 2.1.1
106876220
8306-100
106248651
106856271
6146-100
4200-503
8306-100
106248651
106529548
106632938
106894942
106876311
6146-200
4200-503
8306-100
106248651
106529548
106632938
106894942
106876311
6146-012
4200-912
8306-100
106248651
106529548
106632938
106894942
106876311
21
Ordering Codes (continued)
Component
PEC
Comcode
Applications, continued
500 MB MC-III + 8 x 36
AUDIX Voice Power
6146-036
500 MB MC-III + Processor 4200-936
IVP4 Board (qty.2)
8306-100
UNIX 3.2.2
Cart. Tape Utilities
MERLIN LEGEND IS-III
MERLIN LEGEND R2
AUDIX Voice Power 2.1.1
100MB MC-II + 4 x 4
AUDIX Voice Power, CAS
6146-101
100 MB MC-II + Processor 4200-503
IVP4 Board
8306-100
UNIX 3.2.2
Cart. Tape Utilities
MERLIN LEGEND IS-III
MERLIN LEGEND R2
AUDIX Voice Power 2.1.1
CAS IS-III
1201-U12
200 MB MC- II+4X12
AUDIX Voice Power, CAS
6146-201
200 MB MC-II + Processor 4200-503
IVP4 Board
8306-100
UNIX 3.2,2
Carl. Tape Utilities
MERLIN LEGEND IS-III
MERLIN LEGEND R2
AUDIX Voice Power 2.1.1
CAS lS-III
1201-U12
200 MB MC-III +8X12
AUDIX Voice Power, CAS
6146-112
200 MB MC-III + Processor 4200-912
IVP4 Board (qty.2)
8306-100
UNIX 3.2.2
Cart. Tape Utilities
MERLIN LEGEND IS-III
MERLIN LEGEND R2
AUDIX Voice Power 2.1.1
CAS-IS-III
1201-U12
22
106248651
106529548
106632938
106894942
106876311
106248651
106529548
106632938
106894942
106876311
406478537
106248651
106529548
106632938
106894942
106876311
406478537
106248651
106529548
106632938
106894942
106876311
406478537
App. Code
Ordering Codes (continued)
Component
PEC
Comcode
App.Code
Applications, continued
500 MB MC-III + 8x36 AUDIX Voice
Power, CAS
500 MB MC-III + Processor
IVP4 Board (qty.2)
UNIX 3.2.2
Cart, Tape Utilities
MERLIN LEGEND IS-III
MERLIN LEGEND R2
AUDIX Voice Power 2.1.1
CAS—IS-111
200 MB MC-111+8X12 AUDIX
Voice Power, 4x 1000 FAX
200 MB MC-III + Processor
IVP4 Board (qty 2)
UNIX 3.22
Cart. Tape Utilities
MERLIN LEGEND IS-III
MERLIN LEGEND R2 AUDIX
Voice Power 2.1.1
MERLIN LEGEND FAX Attendant
500 MB MC-III+8X36 AUDIX
Voice Power, 4x3000 FAX
500 MB MC-III + Processor
IVP4 Board (qty.2)
UNIX 3.2.2
Cart. Tape Utilities
MERLIN LEGEND IS-III
MERLIN LEGEND R2
AUDIX Voice Power 2 1.1
MERLIN LEGEND FAX Attendant
200 MB MC-111+8X12 AUDIX
Voice Power, CAS, 4x 1000 FAX
500 MB MC-III + Processor
IVP4 Board (qty.2)
UNIX 3.2.2
Cart. Tape Utilities
MERLIN LEGEND IS-III
6146-136
4200-936
8306-100
1201-U12
6146-212
4200-912
8306-100
106248651
106529548
106632938
106894942
106876311
406478537
106248651
106529548
106632938
106894942
106876311
106876220
6146-236
4200-936
8306-100
106248651
106529548
106632938
106894942
106876311
106876220
6146-312
4200-936
8306-100
106248651
106529548
106632938
106894942
23
Ordering Codes (continued)
Component
PEC
Comcode
App. Code
Applications, continued
MERLIN LEGEND R2
AUDIX Voice Power 2.1. 1
MERLIN LEGEND FAX
Attendant
CAS-IS-III
1201-U12
500 MB MC-III+8X36 AUDIX
Voice Power, CAS,
4x3000 FAX
6146-336
500 MB MC-III + Processor 4200-936
IVP4 Board (qty.2)
8306-100
UNIX 3.2.2
Cart. Tape Utilities
MERLIN LEGEND IS-III
MERLIN LEGEND R2
AUDIX Voice Power 2.1.1
MERLIN LEGEND FAX
Attendant
CAS IS-III
1201-U12
MERLIN Attendant
6125-ATT
Hardware
Documentation
MERLIN MAIL Voice
Messaging System for the
MERLIN LEGEND
Communlcalions System
Two-port
6107-005
MERLIN MAIL unit
Remote maintenance
device
Four-port
6107-006
MERLIN MAIL unit
Remote maintenance device
Two-port line card (R2)
6107-007
(upgrade from two to four),
106876311
106876220
406478537
106248651
106529548
106632938
106894942
106876311
106876220
406478537
406406090
106431265
406824532
406466193
406824540
406466193
406824524
System Adjuncts and Adapters
Auxiliary Power Unit 9024
Channel service units (CSUS)
ESF T1
Cable (8 mod, wire wrp)
24
61416
406467142 9024
2152-ESF 405616293 305010171-00
21555
406012609 513861312-50
50 FT
Ordering Codes (continued)
Component
PEC
Comcode
App. Code
System Adjuncts and Adapters, continued
Cable (8 mod, 15-pin sub) 21554
Stand-alone wall mount
Stand-alone wall bracket
551 T1L1
Power unit
Unit
Cord
Stand-alone wall mount
Stand-alone wall bracket
Optional Equipment
Peripheral Interface
Async. Data Unit,
Receptacle
Async. Data Unit, Plug
Aux Power (2 required)
Transformer
Adapter (248B)
Cord
Adapter (4006)
21545
2152-15T
21530
21545
406012591 513823015-50
50FT
405970104 380-100213-001
405616277 380-100542-001
403768179 305-10097-001
403242639
KS22911 LI
103895660 DW4A-SE 10FT IP
405970104 380-100213-001
405616277 380-100542-001
62515
105179303 KIT PRTS-D181558
2169-004
2169-001
21691
103964185 Z3A4
103963963
Z3A1
102600517
102802113
102937620
103848859
Electrostatic discharge/
(ESD) suppression kits
D-181574
D-181589
D-181590
D-181591
D-181593
105179329
105201891
105201909
105201917
105201933
EMI filter
103965208 Z200A
D181574
D181589
D181590
D181591
D181593
In-Range Out-of-Bulldlng
-343B (IROB) unit
analog multiline*
IROB unit MLX*
Fuse block 505A for IROB
(8 fuse blocks per box)
32918
406721738 3436
32919
106417447 505A ASSYOAWD
406610337
7500B Data Module
Stand-alone power suppIy
Multiple mounting
7500A upgrade klt
2164-BDM
21625
21626
21627
105657654
405509852
105441166
105688501
*
Z7506-L1
WP90110L7
Z77A
D182208
Any multiline of off-premises telephone musthave an appropriate
lROB protector at the control unit location and at the
off-premises Iocation.
25
Ordering Codes (continued)
Component
PEC
Comcode
Am. Code
System Adjuncts and Adapters, continued
Digital Magic On Hold®
player (replaces analog
unit)
Digital Announcement Unit
Modem 2224G
Music Coupler
PagePac ® 6
PagePac 6 Plus
PagePac 20 PowerMate™
Trunk Adapter
PagePac6 Portsaver
AT&T Door Phone Speaker
PagePac 20 Talkmate
PagePac 50
PagePac 200
PagcPac VS
200 WATT Amplicenter
50 WATT Amplicenter
Ring generator unit
SMDR Printers
Parallel Printer
(80-column)
Parallel Printer
(132-column)
CAT Printer (serial)
Uninterruptible Power/
Supply (UPS)
500 VA (15 min)
Reserve(1 hr)
Universal Paging
Access Module (UPAM)
TAM-B
PRS-48
WMT-1A
Zonemate™ 9
Dialer unit
Control unit
Zonemate 39
Dialer unit
Control unit
26
3128-020 406659326
PAKGDMOH1 DIG L
3119-001
406747774
2224-CEO 105659965
61398
406143925
5323-006 405701277
5323-008 405701608
A7TDAU
2224C-LID/2
ASSY-K23395L3
22052-006 PG PC
22052-000 PG PC
ADP06
22050-900
220520020
53518
53519
53240
405223298
405703026
406269860
53501
403307994
403305444
5322-051
5322-201
403305469
5322-700 403307192
PE53501 AT
5322-051 VC PG
5322-201 VCPG
5322-7003500
VC PG
52120 AT
52150 AT 50W
129B RING GEN
52120
52150
61388
403305493
403305501
105213201
4200-570
406637314
4200-571
4200-572
406712067
406716464
2403-050
24035
58500
105610141
105610174
405891698
515005C111
0053150
KIT-UPAM
405899972
405742735
405891680
D181900
D181900
0181900
404057911
405024134
DIAL UNIT-9ZONE
CNTL 22050-020
404057929
405024134
39 ZONE SELECT
CNTL-22050-020C
53505
53506
Ordering Codes (continued)
Component
PEC
Comcode
App. Code
System Adjuncts and Adapters, continued
External Alerts
Loud external ringer
E1CM-type
Gray
Ivory
E1CM ringer and parts
29QA adapter
Ringer
Mounting plate
Cord
31016A
31019A
RINGER-L1AMP-49
102872934
102917952
102992252
102872934
102988466
103938494
RINGER-E ICM-49
RINGER-E lCM-50
D-181233
290A ADPTR
E lCM-49
1049A
CORD-D4CH-87-25
406293720
102872934
406207217
403319197
405136060
TB591-1
RINGER-E ICM-49
THET4- 1
AT-WHLLK
CHBT2- 1
61211
Supplemental Alerts
Alert Bell
Network Interface Alert Bell
Alert Horn
Alert Strobe
Alert Chime
5580-002
61211
5580-021
5580-041
5580-030
Telephone Adjuncts and Adapters
General purpose Adapter
(GPA) (analog)
Multi-Function Module
(digital)
Supplemental Alert Adapter
(SAA)
MLX- 10 and MLX-10D
protective cover
MLX Telephone Powcr
48V Power Supply
Modular Power Cord
400B2 Adaptcr
Analog Multiline Telephone
Power
48V Power Supply
Modular Power Cord
Z400FAdapter
Single-line telephones
Program, Pause, and
Auto Dial button conceal
kit for 8100 series
telephones
103117016
2301-GPA 103977997 ZIC
3156-MFM 105746474 540A1
105031199 ADPTR-856A
2301-SSA
406648469
31757
405331711 KS22911L2
102937620 D6AP-87
104152558 400B2
62510
105105514
405331711
102937620
103942857
D181522
KS22911L2
D6AP-87
Z400F
31931
106248370
Kit-D182363
Analog
27
Ordering Codes (continued)
Component
PEC
Comcode
App. Code
Telephone Adjuncts and Adapters, continued
Single-line telephones, continued
4A Speakerphone
Power unit
Block connector
Adapter for single-line
telephone
Adapter for multiline
telephone
Transmitter (black)
Transmitter (ivory)
Loudspeakers
Black
Ivory
Green
Beige
White
S201 Speakerphone
Black
Misty cream
CS201 Conference
Speakerphone
Black
Misty cream
S202A Speakerphone
Black
Misty cream
S203A Speakerphone
Black
Misty cream
3120-02W
4A
102139938 PWR UNIT-85B1
102434925 BLK CON-82B-49
102813888 ADPTR-223C
102949013
103971891
103971909
3152-007A
3131-004A
IP
TRMR-680AF-03
TRMR-680AF-50
103873873 LSPK-108AA-03
103873881 LSPK-108AA-50
103873899 LSPK-108AA-51
103873907 LSPK-108AA-60
103873964 LSPK-108AA-58
103786786 D8W-87 7FT
106192651 MOD-S201AP-003
106192693 MOD-S201AP-215
103786786 D8W-87 7FT
106270325
106270333
MOD-CS201A-003
MOD-CS201A-215
3152-008
105721088 TEL-S202A-003
105721096 TEL-S202A-215
3131-008
106058340
106508365
Message Waiting Indicator 31032
103966396
Hands Free Unit (HFU)
103814356
28
ADPTR-223D
3163-HFU
MOD-S203A-003
MOD-S203A-215
234A
MOD-S102A
0rdering Codes (continued)
Component
PEC
Comcode
App. Code
Telephone Adjuncts and Adapters, continued
Headsets and Adapters
StarSet ® Headset
Mirage ® Headset
Supra ® Headset
Supra NC® Headset
Headset Adapter
500A Headset Adapter
Modular Amplifier
Plug Prong Amplifier
3122-030
406445627 KS23822L3
3122-050
406445783 KS23822L4
3122-040
406445791 KS23822L5
3122-060
406741900 KS23822L12
3164-HFA 105752042 ADPTR-502C-003
3152-001
106690043 Adapter EL-500A-265
405331711 Pwr Sup-KS2291 1L2
102479904 Cord-D4BU-29 Std
7FT
104152558 Adapter-40082
3122-020 406445619 KS23822L2
3122-010 406445601 KS23822L1
MLX Telephones—Miscellaneous
Parts
Handsets and Cords
Handset (black)
Handsel (white)
Handset, amplilled hearing 31052
Black
White
Misty cream
Handset cord, 9’ (2 74 m),
black
Handset cord, 9’ (2 74 m),
white
Handset cord, 12’ (3.66 m),
black
Handset cord, 12’ (3 66 m),
white
Handset cord, 25’ (7,62 m),
black
DSS line cord, 2’ (61 cm)
Desk Stands and User Trays
Stand (large, black)
Stand (large, white)
Stand (small, black)
Stand (small, while)
User tray (black)
User tray (while)
Add-Ons/Replacement
106050065
106053408
K2S1-003
K2S1-264
105581896
106248248
105581904
K6S2-003
K6S2-264
K6S2-215
105635429
H4DU-003 9FT
105701809
H4DU-264 9’BULK
102401445
H4DU-3 12FT IP
102402609
H4DU-264 12’IP
105523866
106187545
H4DU-3 25’
CORD D8AC-87
846320851
846320844
846320810
846320802
846320240
846320232
STAND-LARGE BL
STAND-LARGE WH
STAND-SMALL BL
STAND-SMALL WH
USER TRAY DWR B
USER TRAY DWR W
29
Ordering Codes (continued)
Component
PEC
Comcode
App. Code
MLX Telephones—Miscellaneous Add-Ons/Replacement
Parts, continued
Designation (Button Assignment) Cards and Covers
..
Card—MLX- 10, MLX- 10D*
Card—MLX-20L*
Card—MLX-28D*
Card set—DSS†
Card covers–DSS (black)†
Card covers—DSS (white)†
Card set—QCC‡
Card covers§—
MLX- 10, MLX- 10DI MLX-20L
Card covers§—MLX-28D
846865939
846865947
846865954
106448756
106448731
106448749
106561673
106448681
KIT-D
KIT-D
KIT-D
KIT-D
KIT-D
182464
182462 PRT
182463 PRT
182562 PRT
182457 PRT
106448699 KIT-D 182458 PRT
Analog Multiline Telephones—Miscellaneous Add-Ons/
Replacement Parts
Desk Stands and Wall Mounts
Adjustable desk stand,
10-button
Adjustable desk stand,
34- button
Fixed desk stand,
5- & 10-button
Desk sland/wall mount
14A, BIS- 10
Desk sland/wall mount
14B, BIS-22
Desk stand/wall mount
14C, BIS-34
Fixed desk stand and
wall mount, 5- button
Kit of parts
Wall mount, 10-button
Kit of parts
Wall mount, 34-button
Kit of parts
32002 103746855 11A
32003 103746863 11C
32004 103746848 10A
103804290 14A-003
1039644582 14B-003
103979837 14C-003
32000 103804290 14A
103995882 D-181230
32001 103747846 201A
103995882 D-181230
32006 103747853 203A
103995882 D-181230
* 10 (1/2) sheets per package
†
Includes both top and boltom cards or covers
‡ 8 cards per kit (four sets)
§ 4 per package
30
Ordering Codes (continued)
Component
PEC
Comcode
App. Code
Analog Multiline Telephones—Miscellaneous Add-Ons/
Replacement Parts, continued
Faceplates
BIS-10
BIS22
BIS22D
BIS-34 and BIS-34D
Button Label Sheets
BIS-10
BIS-22
BIS-22D
BIS-34 and BIS-34D
Display console (FM 1 )
(includes one faceplate)
Display console (FM2 & R3)
(includes one faceplaie)
105203186
105336986
105690762
105203194
KIT
KIT
KIT
KIT
PRTS-D-181582
PRTS-D-181786
PRTS-D-182210
PRTS-D-181583
105336978
105336960
105690770
105336956
105299754
KIT
KIT
KIT
KIT
KIT
PRTS-D-181785
PRTS-D-181784
PRTS-D-182211
PRTS-D-181783
PRTS-D-181727
105486252
KIT PRTS-D-182041
Single-Line Telephones Miscellaneous Add-Ons
405792839 Key-KS23566L1
Ground- Start Button
31021
Wiring Kits
Interconnect Wiring Kit
110AB1-100JP12
110A 1 trough
D-Rings
D8W cords
Parts list
SYSTIMAX
MERLIN Wiring Kit
110A1 trough (5)
110AB1-100JP12
modular block (2)
110AB1-I00 FT
punch down block ( 1 )
D-Rings (6)
Patch cords
12 cords, 4-pair, 5’ ( 15 m)
D8W cords
24 cords, 14’ (4. 3 m)
Template
Instruction sheet
Parts List
104409396
104407960
842139248
103786802
3103-MER 106393671
104407960
104409960
103823845
842139248
846619989
103786802
846613933
846613941
846623924
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Control Unit Modules
Module
Trunk Type
Station Type
Processor
N/A
N/A
Power supply
N/A
N/A
008
N/A
Analog multiline telephone; Call
Management System; analog data
via a modem
008 MLX
N/A
MLX telephone; digital data
device (such as the 7500B Data
Module)
008 OPT
N/A
On-premises or off-premises
single line telephone
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Specifications
Highlights: 68000 processor at 10 MHz, built-in modem; built-in
diagnostics; Hybrid/PBX, Key, or Behind Switch mode option; RAM
backup for 12 days
Ports: Top RS-232-C port for SMDR; bottom RS-232-C port for system
programming PC
Power input: 117 VAC
Power output: +5 VDC (10 A), -5 VDC (2.50 A), -48 VDC (2.05 A)
Capacity: 54 unit loads
Capacity: 8 analog stations
Signaling: Analog multiline telephone protocol (40 kbps)
Loop range: 1000 feet (305 m), in-building or in-range out-of-building
(with analog IROB protectors) only
Capacity: 8 digital stations, each with 1 or 2 endpoints (each endpoint
assigned a separate extension number), including these station types:
■ digital voice only
■ digital voice with Voice Announce to Busy
■ digital voice and digital data (via 7500B Data Module)
■ digital voice and analog data
■ digital data only (7500B Data Module)
Signaling: BRI S/T protocol (two 64-kbps B channels, one 16-kbps
D channel) on a passive bus
Power: 48 VDC phantom power to telephone, 48 VDC over a separate
pair (7-8) to an operator console with DSS
Loop range: 1000 feet (305 m), in-building or in-range out-of-building
(with MLX IROB protectors) service only
Capacity: 8 T/R stations* on 2-way voice transmission path with support
for telephones with message-waiting LEDs; 2 TTRs
Notice to Telco: Meets FCC Class C
Ringing current: 105-Vrms sinusoidal ringing superimposed on
-48 VDC; a ring generator must be installed in the power supply module
of each carrier that has an 008 OPT module.
REN: ≤ 1.0 per port
Disconnect signal: 900 ms (T/R short for answering machines,
G3 fax, etc.)
Switchhook flash detection: 300-1200 ms
Loop resistance: Serves 2-wire loops to 1300 ohms, including stations
■
The system recognizes the OPT module as an 012 module having 12 ports.
However, the OPT module has only 8 jacks. Therefore, each installed OPT
module decreases the system’s capacity by 4 ports.
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Control Unit Modules (continued)
Module
Trunk Type
Station Type
012 (T/R)
N/A
Single-line telephone;
MERLIN Attendant; MERLIN MAIL
Voice Messaging System;
T/R adjunct (such as an
answering or fax machine);
analog data device (such as a
modem)
1000
T1 or PRI
N/A
400**
Loop-start
and lTR
Power failure transfer (PFT)
telephone
400EM
Tie trunk
N/A
400 GS/LS/lTR
Loop-start
or groundstart and
TTR
PFT telephone (button needed for
ground-start PFT telephone)
408*
Loop-start
Analog multiline telephone; Call
Management System; PFT
telephone
*
34
Although these MERLIN II modules are supported, the 400 GS/LS,
the 408 GS/LS, and the 408 GWLS-MLX are the recommended modules
Specifications
Capacity: 12 T/R stations on 2-way voice transmission path with support
for telephones with message-waiting LEDs; 2 Tl17s
Power: 21 -VDC, 600-ohm battery source
Ringing current: 105-Vrms, 30-Hz sinusoidal ringing superimposed on
48 VDC; a ring generator must be installed in the power supply module
of each carrier that has an 012 module.
REN: ≤ 1.0 per port
Disconnect signal: 900 ms (T/R short for answering machines,
G3 fax, etc.)
Switchhook flash detection: 300-1200 ms
Capacity: 24 trunks for voice and analog data or 23 trunks for voice and
data with 1 channel used for signaling
Mode: Multiplexes 24 or 23 trunks into 1 facility and demultiplexes
1 facility into 23 or 24 trunks
Speed: Up to 64 kbps
Signaling: DSI over 4-wire; T1 uses robbed-bit or common-channel, PRl
uses 23 B + D
Capacity: 4 trunks, 4 TTRs, 1 PFT telephone
Signaling: Loop-start
Capacity: 4 tie lines
Method of completion: Automatic
start,
immediate-start,
delay-dial-start
Signaling: Loop-start or ground-start, optioned per port
Capacity: 4 trunks, 4 TTRs, 1 PFT telephone
Signaling: Loop-start or ground-start, optioned per port
Capacity: 4 trunks, 8 stations, 1 PFT telephone
Station signaling: Analog multiline telephone (40 kbps)
Trunk signaling: Loop-start trunk, analog voice
Loop range: 1000 feet (305 m), in-building or in-range out-of-building
(with analog IROB protectors) only
35
wink-start,
o
Control Unit Modules (continued)
Module
Trunk Type
Station Type
408 GS/LS
Loop-start
or groundstart
Analog multiline telephone; Call
Management System; PFT
telephone
408 GS/LS-MLX
Loop-start
or groundstart
MLX telephone; digital data
device (such as the 7500B Data
Module)
800*
Loop-start
PFT telephone
800 DID
Direct
Inward
Dialing
N/A
800 GS/LS
Loop-start
or groundstart
PFT telephone; button needed for
ground-start PFT
* Although this MERLIN II module is supported, the 800 GS/LS is the
recommended module.
36
Specifications
Capacity: 4 trunks, 8 stations, 1 PFT telephone
Station signaling: Analog multiline telephone (40 kbps)
Trunk signaling: Loop-start or ground-start trunk (optional per port);
voice
Loop range: 1000 feet (305 m), in-building or in-range out-of-building
(with analog IROB protectors) only
Capacity: 4 trunks, 8 digital stations, 1 PFT telephone
Station signaling: BRI S/T protocol (two 64-kbps B channels, one
16-kbps D channel) on a passive bus
Trunk signaling: Loop-start or ground-start trunk (optional per port),
analog voice
Loop range: 1000 feet (305 m), in-building or in-range out-of-building
(with MLX IROB protectors) only
Capacity: 8 trunks, 2 PFT telephones
Signaling: Loop-start or ground-start
Capacity: 8 trunks, 2 TTRs
Transmission: Incoming calls only; 2-way (1-pair) fixed impedance to
DID trunks; no outgoing calls
Signaling: Loop-reverse battery; wink-start or immediate start; accepts
touch-tone dialing
Capacity: 8 trunks, 2 PFT telephones
Signaling: Loop-start or ground-start
37
Adjunct Summary
Equipment
Type
Specifications
A l e r t s ( A C ) * ■ Any audible or visual alert that
operates on 20-30 Hz ringing
signals
■ Associated with a specific
station (supplemental alert) or
AT&T Products
External
Ringer—Loud
External Ringer
works on a programmed trunk
port (external alert)
Alerts (IX)
■ Any audible or visual alert that
operates on 48-VDC ringing
signals
■ Associated with a specific
station (supplemental alert) or
works on a programmed trunk
port (external alert)
Alert
Alert
Alert
Alert
Alert
Alert
Answer/
record
machine*
■
Industry-standard machine
■ Low ringer equivalence (less
than 0.15 or <1.0 total REN for
T/R port)
■ Ability to recognize
600-ms disconnect signal or
other means of automatic
disconnect (such as voice reset
disconnect timer, fixed
recording time)
Model 1300
answering
machine
Model 1531
Remote Answer
System telephone
* Cannot be connected to a QCC.
38
bell
horn
strobe
chime
deluxe horn
switch
Interface
LS or
GS5S
T/R
MFM
GPA
SAA
Trunk
Jack
012
Station
Jack
MLX
Station
Jack
Analog
Station
Jack
Analog
Station
Jack
† Requires Universal Paging Access Module (UPAM) to provide 48 VDC.
39
Adjunct Summary (continued)
Equipment
Type
Specifications
AT&T Product
Must have touch-tone dialing
capability when connected via
MFM; rotary or touch-tone
dialing can be used on T/R
port.
■ Single line
5320 Cordless
Telephone
5200 Cordless
Telephone
5500 Cordless
Telephone
Cordless
Telephone*
■
Credit Card
Verification
Terminal*
■
Dial
Dictation*
■ A device that requires contact
closure can be used on LS/GS
line jack only with UPAM
N/A
Direct Station
S e l e c t o r
■
N/A
* Cannot
40
be
Must have touch-tone dialing
capability when connected via
MFM; rotary or touch-tone
dialing can be used on T/R
port,
A maximum of 2 DSSs can be
connected to an operator
console.
■ A 329A power unit must be
added to an operator console
having 20SSs.
■ Connects to 0SS jack on
operator console
connected
to
a
QCC.
N/A
Interface
LS or
GS/LS
T/R
Trunk
Jack
012
Station
Jack
MFM
GPA
SAA
Analog
Station
Jack
Analog
Station
Jack
41
Adjunct Summary (continued)
Equipment
AT&T Products
Specifications
Type
Fax*
Must have touch-tone dialing
capability when connected via
MFM; rotary or touch tone
dialing can be used on T/R
port.
Industry-standard analog
interface
Group
Calling Delay
Announcement*
■
Industry-standard
announcement device
■ Must provide automatic
disconnect
■ Each calling group can have its
own announcement (maximum
32).
■ A device can provide delay
AT&T
AT&T
AT&T
AT&T
AT&T
AT&T
AT&T
AT&T
AT&T
AT&T
AT&T
AT&T
3410D
3500D
3510D
3520D
3530D
Fax 4515D
Fax 45250
Fax 9015
Fax 9020
Fax 9022
Fax 9025FX
Fax 9035FX
Model 1330
Answering
Machine
DA-5 Digital Voice
Announcer
announcement for more than
one group.
Hands-Free
Unit
■
For use with analog multiline
telephones
■ Connects directly to telephone
5202A
Headset for
analog
multiline
telephone
N/A
StarSet
Mirage
Supra
Supra NC
* Cannot
42
be
connected
to
a
QCC.
Interface
LS or
GS/LS
T/R
MFM
CPA
SAA
Trunk
Jack
012
Station
Jack
MLX
Station
Jack
Analog
Station
Jack
Analog
Station
Jack
43
Adjunct Summary (continued)
Equipment
Type
Specifications
AT&T Products
Headset for
MLX
telephone
N/A
Starset
Mirage
Supra
Supra NC
Headset
Adapter
■
Need to program Auto Answer
All button for use with 502B,
502C
■ Connects directly to telephone
OTHER jack
502A
502B
502C
Loudspeaker
Paging
■
External paging system using
DTMF signaling connected to
LS or GS line jack.
■ CPE paging systems require an
interface unit; if CPE has 2-wire
input, the BOGEN UPAM-K
(56500) can be used.
PagePac 20
PagePac 20 with
Zonemate 9
PagePac 20 with
Zonemate 39
PagePac 6
PagePac 6 Plus
Message
Waiting
Indicator
■
For single-line telephones
■ Connects directly to telephone
234A (PEC 3 1032)
Modem
■
If the modem supports touchtone dialing via the associated
data terminal, the keyboard can
be used for dialing.
■ If the modem does not support
touch-tone dialing, an
associated basic (single-line)
telephone can be used for
dialing.
4000 Modem
2224G Modem
4024 Modem
2296A Modem
2296 Modem
44
Interface
IS or
GS/LS
T/R
MFM
CPA
SAA
Trunk
Jack
012
Station
Jack
MLX
Station
Jack
Analog
Station
Jack
Analog
Station
Jack
* For
2224G
Modem
only.
45
Adjunct Summary (continued)
Equipment
Type
Specifications
AT & T Products
Magic On Hold
Music-onHold*
■
Speakerphone
■
Connect directly to telephone
■ For single-line telephones only
4A†
(PEC 3120-02W)
203A
(PEC 3131-006)
SMDR Printer
■
Connects to upper RS-232-C
jack on processor module
■ Must be located within 50 feet
(15 m) of control unit or use
ADU to extend distance
475 Printer
476 Printer
572 Printer
Any FCC-registered 8-ohm
music source or recorded
announcement device
* If you use equipment that rebroadcasts music or other
copyrighted materials, you may be required to obtain a
copyright license from and pay license fees to a third
party such as the American Society of Composers,
Artists, and Producers (ASCAP) or Broadcast Music
Incorporated (BMI). Or you can purchase a Magic On
Hold system, which does not require you to obtain such
a license, from AT&T or an authorized dealer.
† Requires 2500SM telephone.
46
Interface
LS or
GS/LS
T/R
MFM
GPA
SAA
Trunk
Jack
012
Station
Jack
MLX
Station
Jack
Analog
Station
Jack
Analog
Station
Jack
* Music Coupler required (PEC61398).
47
Uninterruptible Power Source (UPS)
Backup Times
UPS Units
Basic 500VA
500VA
Reserve Cabinet
Backup
Time Limit*
PEC
15 min
2403-050
1 hr
24035
* Backup times for normal system operation at maximum
system load.
48
Power Supply Unit Load Requirements
Unit Load Calculation Rules
Mode
Hybrid/PBX,
Modified Key,
Installed
Modules
6*
Calculation
Not required
or
Behind Switch
Square Key
4 or fewer†
Not required
or
Behind Switch
* The 391A1 power supply unit generally supports 6 modules of
any type in Hybrid/PBX mode. However, if all 6 carrier slots
meet the following conditions, the unit load total may exceed 54
and auxiliary power may be required:
■ Only MLX or analog multiline station modules are installed.
■ More than 45 MLX-20L or 34-button analog multiline
telephones are installed.
t The 391A1 power supply unit generally supports 4 modules
49
Power Supply Unit Load Requirements
(continued)
Unit Load Calculation Rules (continued)
Mode
Square Key or
Behind Switch
Installed
Modules
5 or more
Calculation
■
Use the “Unit Load Rating
of System Modules” table
and instructions below to
determine the estimated
unit loads (ULS):
— If ULs ≤ 54, an Auxiliary
Power Unit 9024 is not
required.
— If ULs > 54, use the
“Unit Load Rating of
System Modules” table
to determine the actual
ULs for the system.
■ If the actual ULS >54, try to
exchange modules
between carriers to reduce
the ULs below 54.*
■ If the modules cannot be
exchanged to reduce the
UL below 54, an Auxiliary
Power Unit 9024 is
required.
* Empty slots are not permitted between modules.
50
Power Supply Unit Load Requirements
(continued)
Unit Load Rating of System Modules
Module
Unit Load
Module
Unit Load
008
12.0
408 GS/LS
12.0
008 MLX
13.5
408 GS/LS-MLX
12.0
008 OPT
8.0
408 (LS)
12.0
012 T/R
8.4
800 GS/LS
0.0
100D (DS1)
0.0
800 (LS)*
0.0
400 GS/LS/TTR
0.0
800 DID
8.0
400 (LS)*
0.0
Processor
0.0
400EM
8.0
* This is a MERLIN II loop-start-only module that can be used
in the MERLIN LEGEND Communications System.
51
Power Supply Unit Load Requirements
(continued)
Unit Load Rating of System Trunks,
Telephones, and Adjuncts
Network Access Trunks*
DID
DSI
GS/LS
Tie
1.0
0.0
0.0
1.4
Telephones
MLX-10 and MLX-1OD
MLX-28D
1.2
1.7
MLX-20L
BIS-10
BIS-22 and BIS-22D
BIS-34 and BIS-34D
1.6
l.l
1.3
1.5
MLC-5
5-Button
0.0
0.8
1.1
1.2
1.1
1.7
10-Button Basic
10-Button HFAI
34-Button Basic
34-Button DLX
34-Button BIS
34-Button BIS/DIS
Single-line telephone
Optional Equipment
DSS console†
MFM±
General Purpose Adapter
Hands Free Unit
Headset adapter
1.4
1.4
0.7
0.9
1.3
1.0
1.0
1.0
* Unit loads are computed per trunk.
† UP to two DSS consoles (one DSS per MLX-28D or MLX-20L)
can be powered from each control unit carrier. For example, a
3-carrier system can have 6 system operator positions, each
with one DSS powered from the control unit.
‡ The MFM is powered by an individual wall power unit
located at the station.
52
System Feature Availability
by Operating Mode
Mode
PBX
Key
Behind
Switch
Automatic Maintenance Busy
Automatic Route Selection
Callback
Calling restrictions
Coverage
Coverage VMS
Delayed Ring Interval
Direct Inward Dialing
Direct-Line Console options
Directory
Extension Status
Forced Account Code Entry
Group Calling
Headset Status
Hold disconnect
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
Inside dial tone
Labeling
Language selection
Loudspeaker Page
Microphone Disable
Night Service
Paging groups
Park
Feature
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
,
✔
53
System Feature Availability
by Operating Mode (continued)
Mode
Feature
Pickup Group
Pools (trunk groups)
Queued Call Console options
Recall interval
Reminder Cancel
Remote Access
Remote Call Forward
Station Message Detail Recording
System Numbering
System Restart
System Speed Dial
Toll Type
Touch-tone or rotary signaling
Transfer options
Voice Announce to Busy
54
PBX
Key
Behind
Switch
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
I
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
NOTES
55
K Key mode
P Hybrid/PBX mode
B Behind Switch mode
Telephone and Operator Console Features
Feature
Account Code Entry
Program
Code
*82
Alarm§
*759
Auto Answer All
*754
Auto Answer Intercom
*753
Auto Dial
Inside (ext., group, zone)
Outside
*22 + ext. no.
*21 + tel. no.
Automatic Line Selection
Enter
Exit
*14
**14
Barge-in*§
*58
Callback
Automatic
*12
On
Off
**12
Selective
*55
Cancel selective
* Centralized telephone programming only.
§ System operator-onty feature.
56
Feature
Code
82 + code
55
*55
MLX- MLX- MLX10D
28D
20L
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
Single- M L X Line
10
KP
KPB
Analog
Multiline
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KP
† Includes the MLC-5 telephone.
57
Telephone and Operator Console
Features, continued
Feature
Program
Code
Feature
Code
Call Waiting
On
Off
Call Waiting Pickup
*11
**11
Camp-On
*57
57
Conference
*772
772
Coverage
Receiver buttons
Group
Primary
Secondary
Sender buttons
Cover inside & outside calls
Cover outside calls only
Coverage Off
Coverage VMS Off
Data Status
Directory
System Directory
Extension Directory
Personal Directory
Do Not Disturb
Drop
58
87
*42 + ext. no.
*40 + ext. no.
*41 + ext. no.
*48
**48
*49
*46
*83 + ext. no.
(system programming)
(display only)
(display onty)
*47
*773
773
MLX- MLX- MLX100
280
20L
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
B
KPB
Single- MLXLine
10
KPB
Analog
Multiline
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
B
B
B
B
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
B
B
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
B
B
B
† Includes the MLC-5 telephone.
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Telephone and Operator Console
Features, continued
Feature
Extension Status
Direct-Line Console§
Status Off
Status 1
Status 2
Telephones
(rooms or agents)
status off
status 1
status 2
Feature button
Forward and Follow Me
Activate
Forward (inside)
Remote Call Forward
F O II OW M e
Cancel
At originating station
At destination station
Cancel one
Cancel all
Group Calling
In-Queue Alarm button
Calling group supervisor
Enter supervisor mode§
Exit supervisor mode§
Available (ES Status 2)
Unavailable (ES Status Off)
Calling group members
Sign in (Available)
Sign out (Unavailable)
After-call work state
(CMS only)
§ System operator-only feature.
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Program
Code
Feature
Code
*760
*761
*762
760 + DSS button
761 + DSS button
762 + DSS button
*45
*44
*20
*33
*33
*44
45
44
33 + ext. no.
33 + tel. no. + #
34 + ext. no.
33+ own ext. no.
*34 + ext. no.
*34*
*22 + calling
group ext no.
*762
*760
32
32
762
760
+
+
+
+
Hold
Drop
DSS button
DSS button
MLX10D
MLX- MLX280
20L
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
Single- M L X Line
10
Analog
Multiline
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
† Includes the MLC-5 telephone.
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Telephone and Operator Console
Features, continued
Features
Group Page Auto Dial button
Headset
Auto Answer
Hang Up*
Mute (HeadseWlandset)
Status
Program
Code
*22 + group
ext. no.
*780
*781
*783
*782
Hold
Hold Release
Intercom buttons
Assign buttons
ICOM (Default Ring)
ICOM Originate Only
Change type
Ring
Voice
771
**
*16
*18
**19
*19
Language
English
French
Spanish
Last Number Dial
790
791
792
*84
Messaging
Leave Message
After calling
*25
Without calling
Cancel message left
Message LED off
*54
Posted Message
*751
Send/Remove Messages§
*38
* Centralized telephone programming only.
§ system operator-only feature.
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Feature
Code
84
25
53 + ext no.
*53 + ext no.
54
38 + ext no.
MLX- MLX- MLX100
28C)
20L
KPB KPB KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
B
B
B
B
B
B
KB
KB
KB
SingleLine
MLX10
KPB
Analog
Multiline†
KPB
KPB
B
B
B
B
B
KB
KB
KB
KB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KP
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
† Includes the MLC-5 telephone.
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Telephone and Operator Console
Features, continued
Feature
Messaging (continued)
Receiving messages
Delete Message‡
Next Message‡
Return Call‡
Program
Code
Feature
Code
*26
*28
*27
*29
26
28
27
29
Night Selection
*39
39
Notify
Send
Receive
*757 + ext. no.
*758 + ext. no.
Park
*86
Park Zone Auto Dials
*22 + Park Zone
Personal Speed Dial
# + (01-24) + * 2 1
+ tel no. + #
Personalized Ringing
*32 + ring ( 1 - 8 )
Scroll‡
Pickup
General use
Specific line or ext.
Group
Position BUSY5
Privacy
On
off
Recall
*9
*9 + line no./ext.
*88
9 + line no./ext.
88
*750
*31
31
*31
*775
775
‡ Display telephones only. Programming and
feature codes are used with analog multiline
telephones only; MLX telephones use display.
§ System operator-only feature.
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01-24
MLX- MLX- MLX10D
280
20L
Single- MLXLine
10
AnaIog
Multiline
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
.
KPB
KPB
KP
KPB
KPB
KPB
KP
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KP
KPB
KPB
KP
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
●
P
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
† Includes the MLC-5 telephone.
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Telephone and Operator Coneole
Features, continued
Features
Reminder Service
Set
Operator Set§
Cancel
Operator Cancels
Missed§
Ringing/Idle Line Preference
On
Off
Ringing Options
Individual lines
Immediate ring
Delay ring
No ring
All lines
Immediate Ring
Delay Ring
No Ring
Abbreviated Ring
On
Off
Send Ring (Shared SA)
On
off
Program
Code
*81
**81
Feature
Code
81 + time‡
81 + ext. no. + time‡
*81
* 8 1 + ext. no.
*752
*343
*344
*37
*36
*35
*347
*346
*345
*341
*342
*15
**15
‡ English only: time is 12-hour (0100-1259) + 2(A) or 7(P).
French and Spanish: time is 24-hour (0000-2359).
§ System operator-only feature.
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MLX- MLX- MLX10D
28D
20L
Single- MLXLine
10
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
P
P
P
P
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
P
KPB
Analog
Multiline
P
† Includes the MLC-5 telephone.
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Telephone and Operator Console
Features,continued
Feature
Program
Code
Saved Number Dial
*85
Send/Remove Message§
*38
Signaling
*23 + ext. no.
Feature
Code
38 + ext. no.
System Access buttons
Assign buttons*
SA (default Ring)
SA Originate Only
Shared SA
Change type
(SA or Shared SA)
Ring
Voice
**1 9
*19
System Speed Dial
*24 + code (600-729)
600-729
Transfer
*774
774
Voice Announce
On
Off
*10
**10
*16
*18
*17 + primary ext. no.
* Centralized telephone programming only.
§ System operator-only feature.
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MLX- MLX- MLX100
28D
20L
KPB KPB KPB
Single- MLXLine
10
KPB
Analog
Multiline
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
P
P
P
P
P
KPB
KPB
P
P
P
KPB
KPB
KPB
KP
B
B
B
B
B
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
KPB
† Includes the MLC-5 telephone.
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Reference Documents
Document
Number
Title
System Documents
555-620-114
555-620-110
555-620-115
555-620-116
555-620-111
555-620-112
555-620-113
System Overview
Feature Reference
Equipment and Operations Reference
Pocket Reference
System Programming
System Planning
System Planning Forms
Telephone User Support
555-620-122
555-620-123
555-620-150
555-620-152
555-620-124
555-620-125
555-620-151
555-620-120
555-620-121
555-620-128
555-620-126
555-620-127
MLX- 10D, MLX-28D, and MLX-20L
Display Telephones User’s Guide
MLX- 10D, MLX-28D, and MLX-20L
Display Telephones Quick Reference
MLX-100 Telephone Tray Cards (6 cards)
MLX-28D and MLX-20L Telephone Tray Cards
(5 cards)
MLX- 70 Non-Display Telephone User’s Guide
MLX- 10 Non-Display Telephone Quick
Reference
MLX-1 0 (non-display) Telephone Tray Cards
(6 cards)
Ana/og Multi/ine Telephones User’s Guide
Analog Multiline Telephones Quick Reference
MLC-5 Cordless Telephone Quick Reference
Single-Line Telephones User’s Guide
Single-Line Telephones Quick Reference
System Operator Support
555-620-134
555-620-135
555-620-132
555-620-133
555-620-136
555-620-137
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MLX Direct-Line Consoles Operator’s Guide
MLX Direct-Line Consoles Quick Reference
Analog Direct-Line Consoles Operator’s Guide
Analog Direct-Line Consoles Quick Reference
MLX Queued Call/ Console Operator’s Guide
MLX Queued Call Console Quick Reference
Reference Documents, continued
Document
Number
Title
Miscellaneous User Support
555-620-130
555-620-131
555-620-129
Calling Group Supervisor’s Guide
Calling Group Supervisor’s Quick Reference
Data User’s Guide
Documentation for Qualified Technicians
555-620-140
555-620-141
555-620-142
555-620-143
555-620-144
Installation, Programming, & Maintenance (IP&M)
Binder (consists of 555-620-141, 555-620-142,
555-620-143, and 555-620-144)
Installation
System Programming & Maintenance (SPM)
Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Programming Summary
Within the continental United States, these documents can
be ordered from the AT&T Customer Information Center
(CIC) by calling 1-800-432-6600.
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