Avanti CF6216E Freezer User Manual

201-Type Module Recorder Interface
User’s Guide
555-250-704
Issue 2
July 2006
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If the “CE” mark is affixed to this equipment, it means that it conforms to the European Union Electromagnetic
Compatibility Directive (89/336/EEC) and the Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC).
Overview
The 201-type Module Recorder Interface is an optional device that, when installed with the Avaya 2420 Digital
Telephone, allows you to record telephone conversations.
In addition, this module allows you to use the two headset jacks on the 20-type stand rather than a single headset
jack directly connected to the 2420 telephone.
NOTE: Disconnect the 2420 telephone from the wall jack and remove power before removing and/or installing
the 201-type module. Refer to the 20-Type Stand, 200-Type Module Analog (U.S.) Adjunct Interface, and
201-Type Module Recorder Interface Installation and Safety Instructions (555-233-132) for more information.
Requirements
The 201-type module requires the installation of the 20-type stand. Refer to the 20-Type Stand, 200-Type Module
Analog (U.S.) Adjunct Interface, and 201-Type Module Recorder Interface Installation and Safety Instructions
(555-233-132) for more information.
Switch Settings
Two sets of switches are provided on the 201-type module, allowing you to:
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enable/disable the “beep tone” that alerts callers when you are recording the call in progress
specify whether the single headset jack on the 2420 telephone or the dual headset jacks on the 20-type stand
are active
NOTE: The headset jacks on the 20-type stand and the one on the 2420 telephone cannot be active
simultaneously.
Refer to the 20-Type Stand, 200-Type Module Analog (U.S.) Adjunct Interface, and 201-Type Module Recorder
Interface Installation and Safety Instructions (555-233-132) for more information.
Headsets Supported
The headset adapter cord used with the 2420 telephone is not compatible with the headset jacks on the 20-type
stand. When the 20-type stand is installed, a separate adapter cord (Quick Disconnect to Black RJ, part ID
407721034) is used with the headset jacks on the 20-type stand. Unlike the headset jack on the 2420 telephone,
the headset jacks on the 20-type stand are intended for use without an auxiliary amplifier base unit (M12LUCM) or
amplifier adapter cord (HIC-1). (The Quick Disconnect to Black RJ adapter cord is not compatible with the
headset jack on the 2420 telephone.) The following headsets are supported:
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Starset top H31
Mirage top H41
Mirage top H41N
Supra Monaural top H51
Supra Monaural NC top H51N
Supra Binaural top H61
Supra Binaural NC top H61N
Encore Monaural Voice Tube H91
Encore Monaural NC top H91N
Encore Binaural Voice Tube H101
Encore Binaural NC top H101N
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Tristar Voice Tube top H81
Tristar Noise Canceling top H81N
Duoset (Supra Starter) Voice Tube H141 Headband only
Duoset (Supra Starter NC) Noise Canceling top H141N Headband only
Duoset (Earset Starter) Voice Tub top H141 Earhooks only
Duoset (Earset Starter NC) Noise Canceling top H141N Earhooks only
Duoset (Starter Special VT) Voice Tube top H141 Headband & Earhooks
Duoset (Starter Special NC) Noise Canceling top H141N Headband & Earhooks
Using the 201-Type Module Recorder Interface
The following sections explain how to use the features of the 201-type Module Recorder Interface. For more
information, consult your system manager.
Adjusting Headset Volume
When you are using headset jacks connected to the 20-type stand, use the volume control buttons on the 2420
telephone to adjust the volume of these headsets. The volume control buttons are located to the left of the numeric
dialpad on the 2420 telephone. For more information, see the 2420 Digital Telephone User’s Guide (555-250-701).
NOTE: When you are using dual headsets, use the Headset and Mute buttons on the 2420 telephone to control
these headsets.
Recording a Telephone Conversation
If a recording device is connected to the 201-type module, you can record your telephone conversation by pressing
the Record button on the device. Depending on the 201-type module switch setting, the caller may hear a “beep
tone” when you are recording a conversation. This tone alerts the caller that the conversation is being recorded.
201-Type Module Recorder Interface
The 201-type Module Recorder Interface is designed for recording calls on a standard tape recorder. (A recorder
with AGC [Automatic Gain Control] is recommended.) With this interface, a warning tone, a soft beep repeated
every 13.5 seconds, notifies the agent and the calling party that the call is being recorded. Be aware that this tone
may be a legal requirement.
IMPORTANT:
The use of service observing features and call recording features may be subject to federal, state, and local laws,
rules, or regulations and may be prohibited pursuant to the laws, rules, or regulations or require the consent of one
or both of the parties to the conversation. Customers should familiarize themselves with and comply with all
applicable laws, rules, and regulations before using these features.
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Troubleshooting
Visual Power Indicators
The 2420 telephone display provides visual indication whether the module has power. To view the power status,
select the Options softkey from the 2420 telephone Home screen, and then select the Self Test feature button.
“-” indicates that the module is not receiving power or is not operating properly. “1” indicates that a single module is
receiving power and is operating properly. “2” indicates that two modules are receiving power and are operating
properly.
Resolving Problems
If the module is not receiving power or you do not receive dial tone, refer to the following information to resolve the
problem.
PROBLEM: MODULE DOES NOT HAVE POWER
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Verify that all cords are securely connected at both ends.
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Verify that the line cord connecting the auxiliary supply to the telephone is an 8-wire cord.
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Verify that the 20-type stand is connected to the 2420 telephone.
PROBLEM: THE MODULE DOES NOT HAVE DIAL TONE
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Verify that the module has power. (Check the visual indicator on the telephone display.)
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Verify that all cords on the module, the 20-type stand, and the auxiliary power supply are securely connected
at both ends.
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Verify that the switches on the module are set correctly. For more information, refer to the 20-Type Stand,
200-Type Module Analog (U.S.) Adjunct Interface, and 201-Type Module Recorder Interface Installation and
Safety Instructions (555-233-132).
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Check with your system manager to make certain that the 2420 telephone has been administered correctly.
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Connect the affected module with another 2420 telephone that has a working module. If the module being
tested still does not work, it is faulty.
If the module being tested works with the other telephone, try the working module taken from the other
telephone and connect it to the telephone experiencing the problem. If this module does not work, the
telephone is faulty.
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PROBLEM: THE 2420 TELEPHONE DOES NOT HAVE DIAL TONE
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Make sure the handset and line cords at your 2420 telephone are securely connected at both ends.
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If there is still no dial tone, check with your system manager to verify that your telephone is administered
correctly.
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If the telephone is administered correctly but there is still not dial tone, remove power. Remove the module
and refer to the 20-Type Stand, 200-Type Module Analog (U.S.) Adjunct Interface, and 201-Type Module
Recorder Interface Installation and Safety Instructions (555-233-132). If the 2420 telephone, without the
module, has dial tone, connect the module to another telephone.
a. If the module works in the new telephone, the 2420 telephone to which the module was originally
connected is faulty.
b. If the new 2420 telephone, after the module has been connected, does not work, the module is faulty.
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If the original 2420 telephone, without the module, still does not work, find a working 2420 telephone. Unplug
this telephone from its modular wall jack. Plug your 2420 telephone into that jack and verify that it gets dial
tone.
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If the original 2420 telephone still does not work, plug the working 2420 telephone into your modular wall jack.
If the working 2420 telephone has dial tone, your own telephone is faulty. See your system manager.
Problems Related to External Recorders
The following problems may occur with some external recording devices connected to the 201-type module.
PROBLEM: RECORDING DEVICE DOES NOT START OR STOP
The recording device should be set to “voice activated” mode. Refer to the recording device’s user instructions.
PROBLEM: LEVEL OF RECORDING IS TOO LOW OR HIGH
Adjust the volume control on the 2420 telephone during the recorded conversation. A recording device with AGC
(Automatic Gain Control) is recommended.
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