Manual 12676644
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Omega-Phone OM-KTD30 Digital Telephone
This guide describes basic and advanced features
and operations for your Omega-Phone OM-KTD30
Digital Telephone.
For more information, refer to your Omega-Phone
924 Owner’s Manual or contact your authorized
Iwatsu distributor.
Only Iwatsu qualified personnel are authorized to
install any component of an Iwatsu system. Should
you require service, please contact your authorized
Iwatsu distributor.
Flexible Feature Keys - The twelve
dual-color LED buttons on the right side of
the telephone and the six Line keys can be
programmed as an outside (CO) line, extension, or other feature. These are called flexible
features since each telephone is individually programmed and can be changed at any time.
LINE 1
Feature
Feature - This key is used to access
many Omega-Phone 924 system features.
Volume
Volume Control:
The UP and DOWN arrow volume
control keys are used to adjust the
Handset, Ringer, and Speaker
volume based on the state of the telephone.
• Receiver (Handset) Volume - When using the
handset, the volume control key allows you to
adjust the handset volume to one of eight levels.
• Ringer Volume - Pressing the ringer volume
control button allows you to adjust the ringer
volume to one of four levels.
• Speaker Volume - When using the speaker, the
volume control allows you to adjust the speaker
volume to one of eight levels.
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HOLD
HOLD - This key is used to put a call on
Hold.
TRANS
TRANS (Transfer) - This key allows you
to transfer a call from your phone to another
extension.
CONF
CONF (Conference) - This key allows
you to conference up to three additional
outside or internal parties (max. four party conf.).
REDIAL
REDIAL - (LNR-Last Number Redial)
This button allows you to dial the last outside number you dialed.
MUTE
MUTE - When talking using the handset,
pressing the Mute key mutes the handset
transmitter. If using the speakerphone, pressing the
Mute key mutes the station microphone. This key is
also used to enable two-way communication when
the Off-Hook Voice Announce feature is used.
SPKR (Speaker) - This key allows you to
dial and receive outside or internal calls and
talk without lifting the receiver.
Navigation Keys are used for easy access to the
Display Menu features, such as Call Log or Speed
Dialing on your Omega-Phone OM-KTD30 telephone.
• Press RIGHT or LEFT to access the display
menu.
• Press the UP or DOWN to scroll through the
display menu selection.
• Press the SELECT button to execute the display
menu selection.
Up
Left
Select
Right
Down
Headset Jack
Your OM-KTD30 comes equipped with a 2.5 mm
headphone jack located next to the handset cord
jack. This jack accepts industry standard headsets.
When the headset jack is enabled, the speaker key
acts as the on / off key for headset operation.
To enable the headset jack:
• Press the Feature key and dial 9#.
Note: External headsets require that the handset
be removed each time a call is received.
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NAVIGATION
Navigation Keys
The following features are accessible using the
Navigation keys:
Up
Left
Select
Right
Down
CALL LOG
The Call Log stores up to 50 inbound and 50
outbound telephone numbers.
• Scroll LEFT or RIGHT to the CALL LOG.
• Scroll UP for Outgoing calls.
• Scroll DOWN for Incoming calls.
• Press the SELECT key to dial.
SYSTEM SPD (Speed Dialing)
Speed Dial stores up to 80 system speed dial
numbers (bins 20-99). System speed dial numbers must be entered by an Attendant.
• Scroll LEFT or RIGHT to SYSTEM SPD.
• Press the DOWN arrow to start at the beginning of the list.
• Press the SELECT key to dial.
FEATURE CODE LIST
Review the feature codes (on the back page) and
directory numbers.
CALL EXTENSION (Extension Directory)
Scroll through a list of directory numbers.
• Scroll LEFT or RIGHT to CALL EXTENSION.
• Press the DOWN arrow to start at the beginning of the list extension.
• Press the SELECT key to dial .
PAGE (Paging)
• Press the UP or DOWN arrow to select a
group or ALL PAGE.
• Press the SELECT key to make the page.
MUSIC OFF / ON (Background Music)
• Press the SELECT key to turn ON or OFF the
background music (BGM).
DOORPHONE
• Press the UP or DOWN arrow for doorphone
#1 or doorphone #2.
• Press the SELECT key to call.
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BASIC FEATURES
Answering a Call
When an incoming call rings at your station:
• Pick up the handset or press the Speaker key.
• When you are finished, place the handset in the
cradle or press the SPKR key.
Background Music (BGM)
To activate background music (BGM):
• Press the Feature key and dial 52.
Direct Mailbox Transfer
While speaking to the calling party:
• Press the voice mail key.
• Press the assigned extension key or dial the extension number.
• Hang up to complete the transfer.
Last Number Redial (LNR)
Last number redial allows you to automatically call
the last outside (CO) number dialed from your extension. To redial:
• Press the REDIAL key.
• Press the Feature key and dial 8.
Making an Intercom Call
• Dial an extension number.
or
• Press the assigned extension button.
• When you are finished, place the handset in the
cradle or press the SPKR key.
Making an Outgoing Call
• Press the SPKR key or lift the receiver.
• Dial 9 or press an outside line button. You will
hear a dial tone.
• Dial telephone number.
• When you are finished, place the handset in the
cradle or press the SPKR key.
Placing a Call on Hold
• While speaking to an inside or outside party,
press the HOLD key.
• To retrieve the call, press the corresponding Line
key or press the HOLD key, again.
Paging
• Press the Feature key and dial 50.
• Select:
• all for everyone (all paging zones).
• extern for external ancillary paging equipment.
• both for internal and external.
• group for a specific group 1-6.
• Make the announcement.
• Hang up.
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Switch from Handset to Speakerphone
To switch from the handset to the speakerphone:
• While talking on the handset, press the SPKR key
(the LED will light).
• Place the handset on the cradle.
Switch from Speakerphone to Handset
To switch from the speakerphone to the handset:
• While talking on the speakerphone, pick up the
handset.
• The speakerphone will deactivate.
Transferring a Call
While speaking to the calling party:
• Press the TRANS key.
• Press the programmed key or dial the extension
of the station that will receive the call.
• When the party at the extension answers, or if the
extension is in the voice announce mode, announce the caller.
• Hang up to complete the transfer.
ADVANCED FEATURES
Answering Machine Emulation (AME)
You can monitor/screen a call as the caller is recording a message in your voice mailbox.
When a call is answered by your voice mailbox:
• Press the pre-programmed Voice Mail key.
or
• Press the Feature key and dial 64.
• At the MONITOR VM CALL screen:
• Select yes to monitor the voice mail.
• At the MONITORING screen you can choose to
just monitor the call or intercept the voice mail
message and answer the call.
• Just listen or press answer to answer the call.
Conference
While on a telephone call:
• Press the HOLD key.
• Make the next call.
• Press a Line key and dial the telephone number.
or
• Dial an extension number.
• Press the CONF key to establish the conference.
• To add up to three additional parties:
• Make the next call.
• Press a line key and dial the telephone number.
or
• Dial an extension number.
• Press the CONF key to establish the conference.
• Repeat the previous steps to add up to three
parties. (Four party maximum per conference
call).
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Do Not Disturb (DND)
Place your extension in a Do Not Disturb state to
prevent all calls from ringing at your extension.
To enable or disable Do Not Disturb:
• Press the Feature key and dial 4.
Extension Password / Phone Lock
Each extension has a user password that is required to access certain features and lock the station.
• Press the Feature key and dial 97.
• At CHK PSWD: Enter your extension’s password.
• Default extension password = 0000.
• Press show.
To Lock or Unlock the station (prevent outside
(CO) calls from being made from your station):
• At the LOCK TELEPHONE screen.
• Press yes to lock the station.
• Press no to unlock the station.
To change your extension password:
• At the LOCK TELEPHONE screen.
• Press pswd.
• Enter the NEW PSWD: __________________
• Press save to save the new password.
Extension Feature Status Check
The extension feature status check allows digital
telephone users to view the settings and status for
all user controlled features.
• Press the Feature key and dial #8.
• Press next to scroll through the following settings: (Default setting listed after =)
• LNR (Last Number Redial) = Empty or last
number dialed.
• SNR (Saved Number) = No saved number.
• Day COS (Class of Service) = 0
• Night COS (Class of Service) = 0
• Monitor COS (Class of Service) = 5
• Auto Hold = Deny
• Phone = Unlocked
• Voice Call = Allow
• Call Wait = Deny
• Paged (Receiving a page) = Allow
• Busy Ring = Allow
• XFR Beep = Enable
• Forced LCR (Least Cost Routing) = N (No)
• Touch Tone = Off
• ECF (External Call Forwarding) = Disable
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Flexible Feature Key Programming
Each digital telephone has dual-color Flexible Feature keys that can be programmed as a CO line,
extension, or feature. The 12 keys on the right-side
of the telephone and the 6 Line keys can be programmed.
To program Flexible Feature keys:
• Press the Feature key and dial #3.
• Select the flexible feature key to be programmed.
• Press chg.
• At SELECT FUNCTION, select:
• line: Enter 01-09 (Based on configuration).
• ext: Enter any valid system extension number.
• feat: Press the Feature key, then enter any
valid feature.
• Press save after making your changes.
Flexible Feature Keys Default
To return Flexible Feature keys to their factory default settings:
• Press the Feature key and dial 58.
• Enter the station password and press show.
• At FTR KEY RESET press go to reset the flexible feature keys.
Forced Intercom Tone Ringing
When an extension is in the hands-free voice announce mode, intercom calls will not forward. To
force the call to forward (i.e. to the voice mailbox),
you must activate Forced Intercom Tone Ringing.
• Dial the extension number and press the * key.
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Forwarding
You can set your telephone to forward calls to another extension, voice mail, or to an external telephone number.
There are multiple call forwarding options to choose
from:
• Press the Feature key and dial 2.
• At the CALL FORWARD menu, select the call
forward type:
(next - Takes you to the next menu screen)
• Idle - Forward calls when the ext is idle.
• busy - Forward calls only when the ext is busy.
• direct - Forward all calls directly without ringing the ext first.
• na - (No answer) Forward calls only when the
ext is not answered.
• bsy/na - (Busy/No answer) Forward calls when
the ext is busy or does not answer a ringing
call.
• ext - (External) Forward calls to an external
telephone number (i.e. cell or home phone).
External call forwarding (ECF) must be set to
allow in the system database.
• folow - (Follow Me) Forward all calls to another ext (i.e. conference room).
• Enter the extension or external number.
• ext only - When ext (external) is chosen, enter
the LINE ROUTE (outside line) to use for forwarding (Line 1-9 / Line 1=default).
• Press save.
• Select call forward mode:
• co - CO (outside) calls only.
• icm/co - ICM (internal) and CO (outside) calls.
• icm - ICM (internal) calls only.
• When na or busy/na is selected:
• Press chg to change the no answer timer.
• 10, 20, 30, 40, or 50 seconds (10=default).
• Press save.
• You will hear a confirmation tone and the station
will return to an idle state.
Cancel Forwarding
To cancel call forwarding:
• Press the Feature key and dial 2.
• FORWARD DELETE will appear on the screen
when forwarding is canceled.
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Intercom Call Back
When you call another extension and get a busy
signal, do not hang up:
• Press the Feature key and dial 91.
When the extension becomes available, the system
will call you back.
• When the system calls you back:
• Press the SPKR key or lift the handset and you
are automatically connected to that extension.
Multiple Message Waiting Key
Each telephone can be programmed with additional
mailbox buttons. These additional mailbox buttons
act and operate the same as a preprogrammed
mailbox button, lighting when there are new messages and single button access to the specified
mailbox. This feature can be programmed on an
OM-KTD30 flexible key.
To program an additional mailbox key:
• Press the Feature key and dial #3.
• Press the flexible key you want to program for
this feature.
• Press chg within 3 seconds.
• Press the feat soft-key.
• Press the Feature key.
• Enter 66 + MM (MM = mailbox or department
mailbox). The telephone must be connected or it
is not eligible for a mailbox key.
• Press save.
Park (Call Park / Park Answer)
This feature is used to park a call and retrieve a call
that is parked.
Calls are parked and retrieved by:
• Press the Feature key and dial 73.
• Dial the extension number where the call is
parked.
Save Dialed Number (SDN)
This feature is used to save the telephone number
that was just dialed. Once the number is stored it
can be recalled by dialing the SDN feature code.
Only one number can be stored at a time.
• Press the Feature key and dial 51 to save the
number.
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Speed Dial Programming (Personal)
Each station can store up to 20 personal speed
dial numbers (bins 00-19).
To program a personal speed dial number:
• Press the Feature key and dial 1.
• Enter the bin number 00-19.
• Press show.
• Press chg.
• Enter the telephone number to be saved.
• Press save.
You can also set the outside Line to use. When
LINE ROUTE: x appears:
• Select chg to change the Line from 1-6.
• Press next when you have made your selection.
Personal Speed Dial Bin Locations
Record your personal speed dial numbers below:
00 =
01 =
02 =
03 =
04 =
05 =
06 =
07 =
08 =
09 =
10 =
11 =
12 =
13 =
14 =
15 =
16 =
17 =
18 =
19 =
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Status Message
You can set a status message on your digital station to alert intercom callers of your current status.
You can select from six preprogrammed messages
or one that you can customize.
1. Out for Lunch
2. Be Back Soon
3. Left For the Day
4. In a Meeting
5. Out of Office
6. On Vacation
7. Empty - Enter your own message
To set your status message:
• Press the Feature key and dial 90.
• Press next to scroll through the options listed
above.
• To make a selection and activate the status message, press store. You will hear a confirmation
tone and the message will display on your
screen.
To enter your own message at selection 7:
• Press chg.
• Using the telephone dial pad, enter your message.
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Special
characters
2ABC A,B,C
4GHI G,H,I
5JKL
J,K,L
7PQRS P,Q,R,S
8TUV T,U,V
3DEF D,E,F
6MNO M,N,O
9WXYZ W,X,Y,Z
0OPER Delete entry
XTONE
For numeric (press before digit)/for lower case (press after digit)
#
Space or go to the next character
• Press save to save your message.
• Press store to activate the message
Status Message Cancel
To cancel the active status message:
• Press the Feature key and dial 90.
• You will hear a confirmation and the screen will
clear.
VOICE MAIL
Voice Mail Setup
If this is the first time you are using your voice mailbox, take a couple of minutes to personalize your
voice mailbox.
• Press the Voice Mail key or dial 87 to access
your voice mailbox.
• Enter your password:(default = 0000). Follow the
system prompts to setup your voice mailbox.
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Press 3 to change your password.
Press 4 to record a greeting.
Press 5 to record your name.
Press 6 to input a pager notification number.
Press 7 to input a cell phone notification
number.
Mailbox Menu Options
• Press:
1 to Listen to Your messages.
2 to Send a Message.
3 to Change the Mailbox Password.
4 to Record a Greeting.
5 to Record Your Name.
6 to Input a Pager Notification Number.
7 to Input a Cellular Telephone Number.
8 to Assign an Assistant Extension.
9 for Direct Message Delivery.
0 to Transfer Caller to Another Extension.
* to Listen to Clipboard Recordings.
# to Exit and/or Return to the Previous Menu.
Call Voice Mail
The display will show how many new and saved
messages you have in your voice mailbox. For
example, when you have 1 new and 1 saved
message the display will show N:1 S:1.
• Press the pre-programmed Voice Mail key.
• Enter the Default Password: _____________
• Enter a New Password: ________________
• Voice mail will announce how many messages
are in the mailbox.
• Press 1 to listen to your messages.
• After listening to your messages press:
1 to Replay
2 to Save
3 to Delete
4 to Reply
5 for Envelope Information
6 to Copy
* to Skip
Voice Mail Access an From Outside Line
Live Attendant:
Call into your office and an attendant answers
the phone, have them:
• Press the Transfer key and dial 7* and then
press the Transfer key again.
• When you hear the main greeting, press * and
then enter your extension number.
Automated Attendant:
• Call into your office and the automated attendant picks-up.
• Press the * key and enter your extension number.
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INDEX
A
ADVANCED FEATURES ................................5
Answering a Call .............................................4
Answering Machine Emulation
(Voice Mail Monitor) ...............................5
B
Background Music (BGM) ...............................4
BASIC FEATURES .........................................4
C
CONF (Conference) Key.................................2
Conferencing...................................................5
D
Direct Mailbox Transfer ...................................4
Do Not Disturb (DND) .....................................6
E
Extension Password / Phone Lock..................6
Extension Feature Status Check.....................6
F
Feature Key.....................................................1
FEATURE OPERATION CODES .....Back Cover
Flexible Feature Buttons .................................1
Flexible Key Programming ..............................7
Forced Intercom Tone Ringing........................7
Forwarding ......................................................8
H
HOLD Key .......................................................2
Headset Jack ..................................................2
I
Intercom Call Back ..........................................9
INTRODUCTION.............................................1
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L
Last Number Redial.........................................4
M
Making an Intercom Call..................................4
Making an Outgoing Call .................................4
Multiple Message Waiting Key ........................9
MUTE Key .......................................................2
N
Navigation Keys ..............................................2
Navigation .......................................................3
P
Paging .............................................................4
Park (Call Park / Parks Answer)......................9
Placing a Call On Hold ....................................4
R
REDIAL Key ....................................................2
S
Save Dialed Number (SDN) ............................9
SPKR (Speaker) Key.......................................2
Speed Dial Programming (Personal)...............10
Status Message...............................................11
Switch from Handset to Speakerphone...........5
Switch from Speakerphone to Handset...........5
T
TRANS (Transfer) Key ....................................2
Transferring a Call...........................................5
V
Voice Mail........................................................11
Voice Mail Setup .............................................11
Volume Control................................................1
(Receiver, Ringer, and Speaker Volume)
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FEATURE OPERATION CODES
All Feature Operation Codes require the user to press the
Feature key before entering the Feature code.
FEATURE
CODE
Access a Specific Line ..........................Feature 0(x)
Authority CD ............................................ Feature 55
Auto Hold Allow....................................... Feature 94
Auto Line Select ...................................... Feature 95
Background Music (BGM) ....................... Feature 52
Busy Ring Allow ..................................... Feature #2
Call Forward ........................................... Feature 2
Call Park.................................................. Feature 73
Call Wait Allow ........................................ Feature 99
Conference.............................................. Feature 60
Day / Night Switch ................................... Feature 63
Default Setting......................................... Feature 69
Directed Call Pickup................................ Feature 53
Distinctive Ring ....................................... Feature #7
Do Not Disturb......................................... Feature 4
Extension Feature Status ........................ Feature #8
Extension Reminder ................................ Feature 92
Feature Key Program.............................. Feature #3
Feature Key Reset .................................. Feature 58
Flash (PBX/CO) ...................................... Feature 3
Group Call Pickup ................................... Feature 54
Headset................................................... Feature 9#
Hot Dial ................................................... Feature #6
Intercom Call Back .................................. Feature 91
Last Number Redial ................................ Feature 8
Least Cost Routing.................................. Feature 68
Multiple Message Waiting Key ................ Feature 66
Mute ........................................................ Feature 76
Page........................................................ Feature 50
Page Allow .............................................. Feature #9
Page Answer ........................................... Feature 59
Pause ...................................................... Feature 70
Phone Lock ............................................. Feature 97
Relay Control .......................................... Feature 61
Saved Dialed Number ............................. Feature 51
Security Control....................................... Feature 62
Speed Dialing.......................................... Feature 1
Status Message ...................................... Feature 90
Touch Tone ............................................. Feature #1
Transfer Beep ......................................... Feature 79
Voice Call Allow ...................................... Feature 98
Voice Mail................................................ Feature 64
Voice Recording ...................................... Feature 67
Depending on the hardware, software, and programmed
functions in your Omega-Phone 924 system, available features and feature operations may differ from those listed in this
guide. For more information contact your authorized Iwatsu
distributor.
Copyright 2009 by Iwatsu America, Inc. All rights reserved.
1-800-974-5070
www.iwatsu.com
Printed in USA
August 2009
Iwatsu Voice Networks
8001 Jetstar Drive
Irving, TX 75063
Part Number: 700455
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