LDP-7000 Series User Guide

LDP-7000 Series User Guide
LDP-7000 Series
User Guide
Please read this manual carefully before
operating Phone. Retain it for future reference
Important Safety Information
Important Safety Information
Important Safety Information
LDP-7000 Series Model
LDP-7008D
LDP-7004D
LDP-7004N
1
Input/Output Devices and Button
LDP-7008D
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
LCD Display
Handset
Headphone Socket (Ear/Mic Mode)
Speaker
Speaker Button
Hold/Save Button
Volume Button
Loop Button
Message Waiting LED
Dnd/Fwd Button
Call Back Button
Flexible Button
Speed Button
Trans/Pgm Button
Handsfree Microphone
2
Input/Output Devices and Button
LDP-7004D
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
LCD Display (LDP-7004D only)
Handset
Speaker
OHD Button
Hold/Save Button
Message Waiting LED
Trans/Pgm Button
Speed Button
Flexible Button(Loop Button)
Volume Button
3
Input/Output Devices and Button
Item
Handset
Earphone-Jack
Speaker
Description
Used for handset call.
The optional earphone into the
handset to provide a handshands
free phone conversation.
Outputs tones and voice.
Speed Button
Used to access speed dialing
dialing,
speed programming, saved
number redial.
Dnd/Fwd
Button
The DND (Do Not Disturb)
feature blocks all incoming
calls. When DND is active, the
red LED in this button is
illuminated.
It is also used to activate call
forward, e.g. to another station
or voicemail. When call
forward is activated, the red
LED flashes.
Hold/Save
Button
This button put a call on hold
or save information when
programming.
Speaker Button
Speaker toggles the
speakerphone state, and the
red LED is illuminated when
the speakerphone is active.
OHD Button
On Hook Dial allows 7004N&D
users to dial and monitor call
state without lifting the
handset.
4
Input/Output Devices and Button
Item
Description
LCD Display
Shows dialed and incoming
numbers (where applicable)
and on the 7008D it will
display other information about
call status, dialing directories
and message information.
Trans/PGM
B tt
Button
This button is used to initiate a
callll transfer
t
f (TRS) or tto enter
t
programming mode (PGM).
Flexible
Button
The last two (7004D/7004N) or
six (7008D) flex buttons can
b assigned
be
i
d outside
t id liline
presentation or as one-touch
feature access. (See codes at
rear of guide)
Call
C
ll back
b k
Button
A station
t ti can initiate
i iti t a callll
back request to a busy station.
Once that station becomes idle,
the initiating station is signaled.
Volume Button
The volume
Th
l
b tt adjusts
button
dj t the
th
audio levels for ringing,
handset and speakerphone or
OHD functions .
Hand-free
Hand
free
Microphone
Microphone
Mi
h
ffor h
hands-free
d f
speakerphone function.
Loop Button
Loop Button(s) are required for
presentation of outside lines to
the telephone.
telephone At least one is
required per telephone.
5
Cable Connection
B
C
A
Cable connection
A Connect the telephone cord (curly cord)
to the handset and the other end to the
handset jack at the bottom of the telephone.
B Connect the line cable to the port at the
bottom of telephone and the other end to
the wall socket.
C Connect the Headphone to the headphone
jack on the left side of the telephone.
(As viewed from the front.)
※Note: 7004N and 7004D does not
support integral headphone mode.
6
Basic Function
Placing an Outside Call
Lift handset, press OHD/Speaker or dial from live keypad.
Dial 9.
● Dial the desired number.
●
●
Placing an Intercom Call
●
●
Lift handset, press OHD/Speaker or dial from active keypad.
Dial the station number.
Placing an Outside Call on Hold
●
Whil connected
While
d to an externall call,
ll press [HOLD] button.
b
Retrieving a Outside Call on Hold
●
Press the flashing flexible button.
※ Note: calls will automatically recall after pre-defined time
Re-directing
R
di
i an IIncoming
i
Call
C ll
(Call Pick-up)
When you hear another phone ringing in your area,
● Lift handset, press OHD/Speaker or dial from live keypad.
● Dial 7.
● Dial
Di l th
the extension
t
i number
b off th
the ringing
i i station.
t ti
● You will be connected automatically to the caller.
Answering an Waiting Call
●
Press the flashing CO button.
7
Basic Function
Call Wait (Camp
(Camp-on)
on)
●
●
●
After receiving station busy tone, dial* .
Camp-on tone is heard in the called station.
When called party answers, talk or hang up to
transfer another call to the called party.
Last Number Redial
●
●
Lift handset, press OHD/Speaker or dial from active keypad.
Dial 5 5 2 or press speed button + dial ‘*’ + Hold/Save button.
Storing Station Speed Dial Numbers
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Press the [TRANS/PGM] and [SPEED] Button.
Dial speed bin number. Range (XXX-ZZZ)
Dial speed dial number you wish to store.
(iPECS-MG
(iPECS
MG : Dial number with CO Access code)
Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button.
Enter the name associated to the number.
Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button.
You will hear confirmation tone.
Using Station Speed Dial Numbers
●
●
Press the [SPEED] button
Dial the desired speed dial bin number.
Group Call Pick
Pick-up
up
When hearing an unattended phone ringing in your area,
● Lift handset.
● Dial 5 5 6.
● You will be connected automatically to the caller.
※ Note: you must be in the same pick-up group.
8
Code for Flexible Button Programming
Register of Flexible Button
Trans/Pgm
1
Press the [Trans/Pgm] button.
2
Press the [Flexible] button.
3
Dial 1 for Number,
Dial 2 for Fixed Button
4
Enter code number .
Or, Select desirable Fixed Button
5
Hold/Save
Press the [Hold/Save] button.
9
Code for Flexible Button Programming
Button Assignment for LDP
LDP- 4N/4D,
4N/4D 8D
Co
de
FUNCTION
co
de
FUNCTION
11
A
Answer
mode
d (H/T/P)
52
M bil E t Number
Mobile-Ext.
N b
PGM
12
Station Name Program
53
Mobile-Ext. CLI PGM
13
Set Wake Up
54
Create Conference
Room
14
Reset Wake Up
55
Delete Conference
Room
15
Language Program
61
Speaker/Headset
PGM
16
LCD Date Mode
Change
62
Headset Ring
Program
17
LCD Time Mode
Change
71
Register Station
ICLID
18
Set Back Light
72
View Station ICLID
21
ICM Ring Type
Program
81
View IP Address
22
CO Ring Type
Program
82
View Mac Address
23
Set BGM
83
View Keyset Version
31
p
y COS Mode
Temporary
91
MPB Version Display
p y
32
Retrieve COS
92
View IP Address
33
Walking COS
34
Register Password
35
Call Log
g Protect
36
SMS Message Protect
41
Preselected MSG
PGM
42
Set User Message
51
Mobile-Ext. Enable
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Important Safety Information
Important Safety Information
Important Safety Information
Getting Started
LDP 7000 Series
LDP-7000
Series, Model 7016D & 7024D
LDP-7016D/7024D are advanced, user-friendly digital keysets, offering the convenience
of 3 soft buttons and a navigation key.
• Features
-.Trendy and Stylish LDP Family design
-.Multi Level 3 Line LCD (3
( x 24)
)
-.16 or 24 Flexible buttons with dual-color LED’s
-.Additional Device Port (ADP) for SLT or FAX
-.Call Log Feature
-.Call Recording Feature – 7024D only (Optional USB Module).
-.Hands-Free Solution – 7024D only (Optional Blue- Tooth Module).
-.Wall Mountable (Bracket Optional)
LDP-7016D
LDP-7024D
1
Getting Started
Input / Output Devices and Buttons
1
Handset
10
Visual Ringing LED
2
11
Trans/Pgm Button
3
Earphone-Jack Socket
(Ear/Mic Mode)
Speaker
12
Flexible Button (Loop Button)
4
Speed Button
13
Call back Button
5
Dnd/Fwd Button
14
Volume Button
6
Speaker Button
15
Hands-free Microphone
7
Hold/Save Button
16
Menu Button
8
3 Soft Button
17
Phonebook Button
(Same operate as ‘Speed’)
9
LCD Display
2
Getting Started
1
2
3
Handset Used for handset call.
Earphone-Jack Socket Used to connect optional headset to the phone.
Speaker Outputs tones and voice.
4
Speed Button Used to access speed dialing, speed programming, save number redial,
and last number redial.
5
DND/Fwd Button The DND (Do Not Disturb) feature blocks all incoming calls. When DND
is active, the red LED in this button is illuminated.
It is also used to activate call forward, e.g. to another station or
voicemail. When call forward is activated, the red LED flashes.
6
7
Speaker Button Speaker toggles the speakerphone state, and the red LED is
illuminated when the speakerphone is active.
Hold/Save Button This button is used to put a call on hold or save information when
programming.
8
3 Soft Buttons Used in conjunction with fixed and flexible features, and the function
changes in relation to call progress, as indicated on the LCD display.
9
LCD Display Displays information about telephone status, dialing directories,and test
message information.
10
11
12
13
14
15
Visual Ringing LED Illuminates when the phone is ringing.
Trans/PGM Button This button is used to initiate a call transfer (TRS) or to enter
programming mode (PGM)
Flexible Button Some flexible buttons are pre-programmed in the system for line
appearances, loop functions etc. The remaining flexible buttons can be
user-programmed.
Call back Button A station can initiate a call back request to a busy station. Once that
station becomes idle, the initiating station is signaled.
Volume Button The volume button adjusts the audio levels for ringing, handset and
speakerphone functions.
Hands-free Microphone Microphone is used for hands-free
hands free speakerphone function.
function
16
Menu Button The menu button is used to move to the desired option(Dial, MSG,
Program), and to select the next screen when indicated by an arrow on
the LCD display.
17
Phonebook Button Used to access speed dialing, save number redial, and last number
redial, and to access flexible button programming.
3
Getting Started
Cable Connection
C
B
A
Cable connections
A - Connect the telephone cord (curly cord) to the handset and the other end to the
handset jack at the bottom of the telephone.
B - Connect the line cable to the port at the bottom of telephone and the other end to the
wall socket.
C - Connect the Headphone to the headphone jack on the left side of the telephone.
(As viewed from the front.)
4
Getting Started
ADP (Additional Device Port)
5
Getting Started
ADP (Additional Device Port)
6
Getting Started
1 Placing a Call
1.
ICM Line
▶
or
Lift handset
▶
talk
Enter the extension number
CO Line
▶
or
Dial 9 or select
CO line flexible
button.
Lift handset
▶
▶
talk
Enter the desired phone number
2 A
2.
Answering
i an O
Outside
t id Call
C ll
ICM Line
or
▶
talk
Lift handset
CO Line
or
Press flashing
CO line button or
loop key.
▶
Lift handset
7
▶
talk
3 Soft Buttons & Navigation Button
3 Soft Button
The 3 Soft Buttons are located on the bottom of the LCD display. The function of each button
changes, subject to call status and progress. The current functions are displayed on the LCD
screen, directly above each button. For example, if the user calls a busy extension, busy tone will
be heard and the busy status displayed. The LCD screen will display the busy message along with
the different options available - “Call Back”, “Flash” , “Call Wait” , “Camp On” and “Pilot Hunt”. By
pressing the relevant button the desired feature
f
is activated.
BUSY : 100
12 OCT 09
C-BACK
BUSY : 100
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
C-WAIT CAMPON P-HUNT
12:00 pm
FLASH 
Navigation Button
In some instances, more than 3 current functions are available to the user, and this is indicated by
the appearance of a left () or right () arrow in the LCD screen, (see below). By pressing the
navigation key (located below the volume button), in the direction corresponding to the arrow, any
additional functions will be displayed.
STATION 100 (T)
p
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
LOG
DIR
REDIAL
STATION 100 (T)
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
PICKUP FWD
DND
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Basic Function
Byy p
pressing
g one of the 3 soft buttons yyou are able to select the indicated function. For instance,, if
you want to select call pickup (as shown below), press the first button on the left. If there are more
than three functions available at any point, an arrow will be displayed on the LCD display. Use the
navigation key to move the next or previous screen to display additional functions.
1. Idle
3 Soft
S f Buttons are located below the LCD
C display.
STATION 100 (T)
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
LOG
DIR
REDIAL
STATION 100 (T)
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
PICKUP
FWD
DND
LOG
DIR
: press to check call log information
: press to use Directory
Service.(Station/System Speed)
press to redial last number called.
REDIAL : p
PICKUP : press to pickup a call ringing within the
same pickup group.
FWD : Press the [FWD] button to forward calls to
another station, Voicemail etc.
DND : press the [DND] to set Do Not Disturb.
1.1 Pickup
A station can pickup a call ringing to an unattended station within the same pickup group by using
the pickup procedure.
* Refer to iPECS-MG system programming manual.
STATION 100 (T)
12 OCT 09
PICKUP FWD
Press [PICKUP] button.
12:00 pm
DND
CALL TO STA 104 PICKED UP Talk
CALLER 101
12:00 pm
TRANS
CONF
MUTE
9
Basic Function
1 2 Conference
1.2
CALL TO 100
12 OCT 09
MSG
CONNECT TO 100
FEB 01 04
TRANS
CONF
CALL TO 104
12 OCT 09
CONF(R)
12:00 pm
FLASH
Dial the desired station number.
(e.g.100)
Station 100 answers the call.
Press [CONF] button.
05:34 pm
MUTE
12:00 pm
FLASH
Dial the phone number of the next desired station.
(e.g.104)
Station 104 answers the call.
CONNECT TO 104
Press the [CONF (A)]
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
CONF(A)
CONF(R) FLASH
DN 100
12 OCT 09
LOG
DIR
12:00 pm
CONF(R)
CONFERENCE(003/003)
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
MUTE
CONF
FLASH
P
Press
th
the [CONF (R)].
(R)] O
Or Dial
Di l another
th
station.
A 3-party conference is now established.
10
Basic Function
1 3 Redial
1.3
The last number dialed on an external call is automatically saved in the LAST Number&
Redial (LNR) buffer Or Call Log Buffer.
STATION 100 (T)
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
LOG
DIR
REDIAL 
Press the [REDIAL] button.
123456789
26/12 16:00
EXIT
Press [SEND] button to make call.
123456789
LINE 008
TRANS
SEND
Talk
CONF
00:00:10
MUTE
2. Off Hook
STATION 100 (T)
12 OCT 09
12
12:00
00 pm
LOG
DIR
REDIAL 
LOG : press to check call log information
DIR : press to use Directory
Service.(Station/System Speed)
REDIAL : press to redial last number called.
STATION 100 (T)
12 OCT 09
12
12:00
00 pm
PICKUP FWD
DND
PICKUP : press to pickup a call ringing within the
same pickup group
group.
FWD : Press the [FWD] button to forward calls to
another station, Voicemail etc.
DND : press the [DND] to set Do Not Disturb.
3. Intercom Dialing
STATION 100 (T)
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
LOG
FLASH
LOG : press to check call log information
FLASH : If you wish to terminate an ICM call and make
another call, press [FLASH] to re-seize dial
tone.
11
Basic Function
4. Intercom Ring Back
STATION 100 (T)
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
MSG
FLASH
MSG : Press to leave a your station number or
message.
FLASH : Press to disconnect the line and re-seize.
5 Intercom Busy
5.
C-BACK : Press to leave your station number or
BUSY : 100
message.
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
C-BACK
FLASH  FLASH : Press to disconnect the line and re-seize.
BUSY : 100
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
C-WAIT CAMPON P-HUNT
C-WAIT : Press to make call waiting.
CAMPON : Press to send a camp-on tone to a busy
station (indicating that they have a call
waiting).
P-HUNT : Press to make Pilot hunt group call
6. Intercom Do Not Disturb
DO NOT DISTURB 101
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
MSG
FLASH
MSG : Press leave a call back request or message.
FLASH : Press to disconnect the line and re-seize.
DO NOT DISTURB 101
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
 P-HUNT
P-HUNT : Press to make Pilot hunt group call
7. Intercom Dialing Error
OCT 09
12 OC
INVALID
12:00
00 p
pm
FLASH
FLASH : Press to disconnect the line and re-seize.
8. Intercom Receiving
CALL FROM 104
12 OCT 09
HOLD
12:00 pm
DND
HOLD : Press to make a HOLD call
DND : Press to make DND
12
Basic Function
9. Intercom Talk
TRANS : Press to transfer an incoming call to another
CALL FROM 104
station.
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
TRANS
CONF
MUTE CONF : Press to initiate a conference call.
MUTE : Press to mute the handset, speakerphone,
or headset microphone. Press the [SPEAK]
button to re- activate microphone.
ACNR : Press to set automatic called number redial.
CALL FROM 104
FLASH : Press to disconnect the line and re-seize.
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
PRIVACY : Press to use privacy mode.
ACNR
FLASH PRIVACY
10 CO Dialing
10.
The following CO access codes ‘9’, individual CO access code can be changed by Admin
Programming 115 depending on the user’s needs.
10.1 Manual Dialing
STATION 100 (T)
LINE 08
00:00:03
TRANS
CONF
MUTE
Press programmed flexible button for CO
CO.
(CO can be accessed by dialing CO access code 9 or
individual CO access code)
Dial telephone number.
10.2 Speed Dialing
SPD_NO LAST(*)
BACK
SEARCH
SAVE(#)
Press [SPEED] button.
Press SEARCH to search speed dial by name
ADD
>ABC : 9123456789
[SEARCH] :
EDIT
Dial number to seach name
EDIT : Press EDIT to edit speed bin
ERASE ERASE : Press ERASE to delete speed bin
>ABC : 9123456789
[SEARCH] :
 BACK
SEND
BACK: Press BACK to go to privious menu
SEND : Press SEND to make a call
EXIT : Press EXIT to exit Speed Menu
EXIT
11. CO Line Busy
BUSY
FLASH
FLASH : If you
o wish
ish to terminate a call and make
another call, press [FLASH] to re-seize dial
tone.
13
Basic Function
12 CO Talk
12.
TRANS : Press to transfer a call to another station.
CONF : Press to initiate a conference call.
MUTE : Press to mute the handset, speakerphone, or
headset microphone. Press the [SPEAK]
button to rere activate microphone.
123456789
LINE 08
TRANS
CONF
00:00:03
MUTE
123456789
LINE 08
ACNR
ACNR : Press to set automatic called number redial.
re seize
00:00:03 FLASH : Press to disconnect the line and re-seize.
PRIVACY PRIVACY : Press to use privacy mode
FLASH
13. Paging
You may receive
Y
i announcements
t from
f
other
th stations
t ti
and/or
d/ external
t
l speakers.
k
St ti
Stations
are assigned to one or more of the Internal Page Zones. The system has one External
Page Zones that are connected to external speakers.
PAGE FROM STA 103
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
MEET ME
MEET ME : Press to answer a paging request.
14. Call Forward
ENTER FORWARD TYPE
( 0 – 4 , # )
Press [ SPEAKER ] button.
Press [ DND/FWD ] button.
Enter forward type.
0 : Remote Forward
1 : Unconditional Forward
2 : Busy Forward
3 : No Answer Forward
4 : Busy/No Answer Forward
# : Cancel Forward
Enter Forward destination
STA : station number,
HUNT : Hunt group,
VMIB : VMIB Access code
Telephone Number : Telephone number with CO
Access code
14
Basic Function
15 FLEXIBLE BUTTON PROGRAM
15.
• Press the [TRANS/PGM] button
• Press the flexible button to be programmed
• Enter the desired feature code below table.
• Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button to save.
*) The following Numbering Plan code can be changed by Admin Programming
PGM 113~115 depending on the user’s needs.
EMPTY
NUM (1) / FIX(2) / DEL(0)
NUM (1) :
STA : station number
number,
HUNT : Hunt group.
CO Number
Feature code.
Telephone Number : Telephone number with CO
Access code
FIX (2) : Fixed button
(REDIAL/CONFERENCE/MUTE/FLASH/PTT)
DEL(0) : Delete Flexible button
16 PARK A CA
16.
CALL AND RETRIEVE A PARKED CA
CALL
A call can be parked in a parking location and the call will be retrieved by dialing the location
number. (The call can be picked up by other extension.)
• To park a call,
Press Call Park Location Code (541) and dial the Park Location(01-49).
• To retrieve a parked call at any station,
Press Call Park Location Code (541)
Dial the Park Location (01-49).
17. NAME DISPLAY ON MY PHONE
Name can be displayed instead of station number.
• Press the [TRANS/PGM] button
• Dial “1 2”
• Enter your name (see Entering character table in page 58)
For example to enter the name “JOHN”
• Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button
15
Basic Function
18 CALL BACK
18.
When a called station is in busy, call back can be requested.
BUSY : 100
12 OCT 09
C-BACK
12:00 pm
FLASH 
19. CAMP ON
When a called station is in busy, camp-on can be requested.
BUSY : 100
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
C-WAIT CAMPON P-HUNT
20. VOICE OVER
CALL WAIT FROM 105
05 MAR 06
09:51
TRANS
CONF
MUTE
To answer the second(call waiting) call,
press flashing [HOLD/SAVE] button.
CONNECT TO 101
05 MAR 06
TRANS
CONF
Whenever [HOLD/SAVE] button is pressed,
call will be switched between first and second
call
call.
09:51
MUTE
16
Call Log
The call log feature enables the LDP phone user to view a log of the last(100) incoming and
outgoing calls. The user can scroll through the list of numbers stored, select the number
and activate a redial to that number.
Call Log Button PGM : Call Log Feature code (685)
Press the [Call Log] button.
 : Incoming Call
 : Outgoing Call
M : Missed Call
01  9123456789
02 M 9987654321
SEND
SELECT
01  9123456789
02 M 9987654321
 DEL_SEL
EXIT
SEND : Press to make a call with selected list.
SELECT : Press to see the detailed information
of list.
EXIT
: Press to exit the call log menu.
DEL_SEL
DEL
SEL : Press
P
tto delete
d l t the
th selected
l t d callll llog lilist.
t
DEL_ALL : Press to delete all call log list
DEL_ALL
17
Menu
1 > USER ORGANIZER
2 RING / BGM
OK
EXIT
3 > COS/PASSWORD
4 MULTI MESSAGE
OK
EXIT
Press [Menu] button.
Press [Navigation] button.
5 > MOBILE/CONFERENCE ROOM
6 HEADSET/BLUETOOTH
OK
EXIT
7 > STATION ICLID
8 KEYSET INFORMATION
OK
EXIT
9 > SYSTEM INFORMATION
0 ATTENDANT PROGRAM
OK
EXIT
* > SYSTEM
OK
18
EXIT
Menu
1. USER ORGANIZER
1 > USER ORGANIZER
2 RING / BGM
OK
Press [MENU] button
button.
Press [Navigation] button.
P
Press
[OK] or
EXIT
button.
b tt
1 > ANSWER MODE(H/T/P)
(
)
2 STATION NAME PROGRAM
BACK
OK
EXIT
3 > SET WAKE UP
4 RESET WAKE UP
BACK
OK
EXIT
5 > LANGUAGE PROGRAM
6 LCD DATE MODE CHANGE
BACK
OK
EXIT
7 > LCD TIME MODE CHANGE
8 SET BACK LIGHT
BACK
OK
EXIT
19
Menu
1 1 ANSWER MODE(H/T/P)
1.1
1> ANSWER MODE(H/T/P)
2 STATION NAME PROGRAM
BACK
OK
EXIT
ENTER ICM ANS MODE (2)
H(1)
T(2)
P(3)
BACK
OK
EXIT
Press [OK] or
button.
Select ICM Mode.
※ There are three types as follows;
H(1) HANDSFREE MODE
T(2) TONE MODE
P(3)
( ) PRIVATE MODE
NOTE
HANDSFREE
TONE
PRIVATE
You will hear three bursts of tone and an announcement.
Reply hands-free or lift handset for privacy. The calling party can
hear any conversation in progress.
You will hear repeated bursts of intercom ring tone and
the HOLD button slow flashes. Lift the handset or press
the SPEAKER button to answer.
You will hear three bursts of tone and one-way announcement.
The calling party cannot hear any conversation in progress
1.2 STATION NAME PROGRAM
1 ANSWER MODE(H/T/P)
2>STATION NAME PROGRAM
BACK
OK
EXIT
Press [OK] or
button.
Enter the name.
ENTER NAME
BACK
OK
※ For detailed information about entering
name, see the page 37.
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Menu
1 3 SET WAKEUP
1.3
Press [OK] or
3> SET WAKE UP
4 RESET WAKE UP
BACK
OK
button.
EXIT
ENTER WAKE UP TIME(RPT:#)
HH:MM-ONCE
12:00
BACK
OK
EXIT
Enter the time and select once or repeat (#)
Press [OK] or
button.
Press [OK] or
button
button.
Press [[OK]] or
button.
REGISTERED WAKE UP TIME
13:00-ONCE
* 12:00
BACK
OK
EXIT
1.4 RESET WAKEUP
3 SET WAKE UP
4>RESET WAKE UP
BACK
OK
PRESS OK/SAVE KEY
13:00-ONCE
BACK
OK
EXIT
* 12:00
EXIT
ERASED WAKE UP TIME
12 OCT 09
12:00
BACK
OK
EXIT
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Menu
1 5 LANGUAGE PROGRAM
1.5
5> LANGUAGE PROGRAM
6 LCD DATE MODE CHANGE
BACK
OK
EXIT
Press [OK] or
FOR LANGUAGE, DIAL 00-14
ENGLISH (00)
BACK
OK
EXIT
Select language
Press [OK] or
button.
button.
1.6 LCD DATE MODE CHANGE
5 LANGUAGE PROGRAM
6 >LCD DATE MODE CHANGE
BACK
OK
EXIT
SET DATE (0)
DD/MM/YY(0)
MM/DD/YY(1)
BACK
OK
EXIT
Press [OK] or
button.
Select DATE mode
Press [OK] or
button
button.
1.7 LCD DATE MODE CHANGE
7> LCD TIME MODE CHANGE
8 SET BACK LIGHT
BACK
OK
EXIT
SET TIME (0)
12 HOUR(0)
BACK
Press [OK] or
button.
Select TIME mode
24 HOUR(1)
OK
EXIT
Press [OK] or
1 8 SET BACK LIGHT
1.8
※ It is not supported to LDP 7000 series.
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button.
Menu
2 RING / BGM
2.
1 USER ORGANIZER
2> RING / BGM
OK
Press [OK] or
button.
EXIT
1 > ICM RING TYPE PROGRAM
2 CO RING TYPE PROGRAM
BACK
OK
EXIT
Press [Navigation] button.
3 > SET BGM
BACK
OK
EXIT
2.1 ICM RING TYPE PROGRAM
1 > ICM RING TYPE PROGRAM
2 CO RING TYPE PROGRAM
BACK
OK
EXIT
Press [OK] or
1>KEYSET RING SOURCE
2 MUSIC BELL RING SOURCE
BACK
OK
EXIT
Select Keyset ring source
RING TONE
DIAL 1-4 : 1
BACK
Press [OK] or
button.
button.
Select ring tone.
OK
EXIT
Press [OK] or
button.
※ If MU / MFU module is installed, you can select 2. MUSIC BELL RING SOURCE
CATEGORY SEARCH
Pleasre(1)
EXIT
Select ring tone.

OK
Press [OK] or
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button.
Menu
2 2 CO RING TYPE PROGRAM
2.2
1 ICM RING TYPE PROGRAM
2 >CO RING TYPE PROGRAM
BACK
OK
EXIT
Press [OK] or
1>KEYSET RING SOURCE
2 MUSIC BELL RING SOURCE
BACK
OK
EXIT
Select Keyset ring source
RING TONE
DIAL 1-4 : 1
BACK
Press [OK] or
button.
button.
Select ring tone.
OK
EXIT
Press [OK] or
button.
※ If MU / MFU module is installed, you can select 2. MUSIC BELL RING SOURCE
CATEGORY SEARCH
Pleasre(1)
EXIT
Select ring tone.

OK
Press [OK] or
button.
P
Press
[OK] or
button.
b tt
2.3 SET BGM
3>SET BGM
BACK
OK
FOR BGM
BGM, DIAL 00
00-11
11
NO BGM
(00)
BACK
OK
EXIT
Select BGM source
EXIT
Press [OK] or
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button.
Menu
3 COS / PASSWORD
3.
Press [OK] or
3> COS / PASSWORD
4 MULTI MESSAGE
OK
button.
EXIT
1 > TEMPORAL COS MODE
2 RETRIEVE COS
BACK
OK
EXIT
Press [Navigation] button.
3 > WALKING COS
4 REGISTER PASSWORD
BACK
OK
EXIT
5 > CALL LOG PROTECT
6 SMS MESSAGE PROTECT
BACK
OK
EXIT
3.1 TEMPORAL COS MODE
1 > TEMPORAL COS MODE
2 RETRIEVE COS
BACK
OK
EXIT
Press [OK] or
ENTER CURRENT PASSWORD
Enter current password.
BACK
OK
EXIT
PRESS OK / SAVE KEY
*******
BACK
OK
EXIT
button.
Press [OK] or
button.
Press [OK] or
button.
※ Password should be registered.
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Menu
3 2 RESTORE COS
3.2
1 TEMPORAL COS MODE
2 > RETRIEVE COS
BACK
OK
EXIT
Press [OK] or
button.
Press [OK] or
button.
Press [OK] or
button.
P
Press
[OK] or
button.
b tt
ENTER CURRENT PASSWORD
BACK
OK
EXIT
PRESS OK / SAVE KEY
*******
BACK
OK
EXIT
※ Password should be registered.
3.3 WALKING COS
3 > WALKING COS
4 REGISTER PASSWORD
BACK
OK
EXIT
ENTER AUTHORIZATION CODE Enter station number and password
password.
***********
Press [OK] or
button.
BACK
OK
EXIT
DN 100
12 OCT 09
LOG
DIR
Dial desirable number.
12:00 pm
REDIAL
※ Password should be registered.
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Menu
3 4 REGISTER PASSWORD
3.4
3 WALKING COS
4 >REGISTER PASSWORD
BACK
OK
EXIT
ENTER NEW PASSWORD
Press [OK] or
button.
Enter new password.
Press [OK] or
button.
Press [OK] or
button.
5 > CALL LOG PROTECT
P
Press
[OK] or
6 SMS MESSAGE PROTECT
BACK
OK
EXIT
button.
b tt
BACK
OK
EXIT
PRESS OK / SAVE KEY
*******
BACK
OK
EXIT
※ Password should be registered.
3.5 CALL LOG PROTECT
ENTER CURRENT PASSWORD
***********
BACK
OK
EXIT
Enter current password
password.
PROTECT ?
YES : 1, NO : 2
BACK
Select 1 for Yes,, 2 for No.
Press [OK] or
EXIT
※ Password should be registered.
3.6 SMS MESSAGE PROTECT
※ LDP 7016/7024 does not support SMS feature.
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button.
Menu
4 MULTI MESSAGE
4.
3 COS / PASSWORD
4> MULTI MESSAGE
OK
Press [OK] or
button.
EXIT
1 > PRESELECTED MSG PGM
2 SET USER MESSAGE
BACK
OK
EXIT
Press [Navigation] button.
4.1 PRESELECTED MSG PGM
1 > PRESELECTED MSG PGM
Press [OK] or
2 SET USER MESSAGE
BACK
OK
EXIT
button
button.
Select preselected message.
1 > LUNCH RETURN TIME
2 VACATION DATE
Press [OK] or
button.
BACK
OK
EXIT
※ Preselected Message 0~9, * : User Custom Message, # Message Deactivated
4.2 SET USER MESSAGE
1 PRESELECTED MSG PGM
Press [OK] or
2> SET USER MESSAGE
BACK
OK
EXIT
button.
Enter user message
ENTER USER MESSAGE
Press [OK] or
BACK
OK
EXIT
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button.
Menu
5. MOBILE/CONFERENCE ROOM
5> MOBILE/CONFERENCE ROOM
6 HEADSET/BLUETOOTH
OK
EXIT
Press [OK] or
button.
1 > MOBILE-EXT. ENABLE
2 MOBILE-EXT. NUMBER PGM
BACK
OK
EXIT
Press [[Navigation]
g
] button.
3 > MOBILE-EXT. CLI PGM
4 CREATE CONFERENCE ROOM
BACK
OK
EXIT
5 > DELETE CONFERENCE ROOM
BACK
OK
5.1 MOBILE-EXT. ENABLE
1 > MOBILE-EXT. ENABLE
Press [OK] or
2 MOBILE-EXT. NUMBER PGM
BACK
OK
EXIT
button.
Select Mobile Ext. index.(1 or 2)
MOBILE-EXT. ENABLE
ENTER(1-2), TO CHOOSE
BACK
EXIT
Select 1 for ON, 2 for OFF
PRESS OK/SAVE KEY
NO.1 – (1:ON/0:OFF):OFF
Press [OK] or
button.
BACK
OK
EXIT
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EXIT
Menu
5.2 MOBILE-EXT. NUMBER PGM
1 MOBILE-EXT. ENABLE
Press [OK] or
2> MOBILE-EXT. NUMBER PGM
BACK
OK
EXIT
button.
Select Mobile Ext. index.(1 or 2)
MOBILE-EXT. NUMBER PGM
ENTER(1-2), TO CHOOSE
BACK
EXIT
Enter Mobile Phone number with CO Access code.
MOBILE-EXT. NUMBER PGM
91234567
Press [OK] or
button.
BACK
OK
EXIT
5 3 MOBILE-EXT
5.3
MOBILE EXT. CLI PGM
3> MOBILE-EXT. CLI PGM
Press [OK] or
4 CREATE CONFERENCE ROOM
BACK
OK
EXIT
button.
Select Mobile Ext. index.(1 or 2)
MOBILE-EXT. CLI PGM
ENTER(1-2), TO CHOOSE
BACK
EXIT
Enter Mobile Phone CLI Number.
MOBILE-EXT. CLI PGM
1234567
Press [OK] or
button.
BACK
OK
EXIT
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Menu
5.4 CREAT CONFERENCE ROOM
3 MOBILE-EXT. CLI PGM
Press [OK] or
4> CREATE CONFERENCE ROOM
BACK
OK
EXIT
DIAL ROOM NUMBER
571
BACK
Enter Conference Room Number
EXIT
※ Please refer to Feature Numbering Plan in System.
Enter Password for conference room. Or,
ENTER NEW PASSWORD
Press [OK] or
BACK
OK
button.
button.
EXIT
5 5 DELETE CONFERENCE ROOM
5.5
5> DELETE CONFERENCE ROOM Press [OK] or
BACK
OK
EXIT
Select Mobile Ext. index.(1 or 2)
DIAL ROOM NUMBER
BACK
EXIT
ENTER CURRENT PASSWORD
Enter password for conference room.
Press [OK] or
BACK
button.
OK
EXIT
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button.
Menu
6. HEADSET/BLUETOOTH
5 MOBILE/CONFERENCE ROOM
6> HEADSET/BLUETOOTH
OK
EXIT
Press [OK] or
button.
1 > SPEAKER/HEADSET PGM
2 HEADSET RING PROGRAM
BACK
OK
EXIT
Press [Navigation] button.
3 > REGISTER BLUETOOTH
BACK
OK
6.1 SPEAKER/HEADSET PGM
1 > SPEAKER/HEADSET PGM
Press [OK] or
2 HEADSET RING PROGRAM
BACK
OK
EXIT
button.
Select Mode
Mode.
SPK/HEADSET MODE (2)
0 : Speaker / 1 : Headset / 2 : Bluetooth
SPK (0) H-SET(1) BTU (2)
BACK
OK
EXIT Press [OK] or
button.
※ If BTU module is installed, you can see and select BTU (2)
6.2 HEADSET RING MODE
1 SPEAKER/HEADSET PGM
Press [OK] or
2> HEADSET RING PROGRAM
BACK
OK
EXIT
button.
Select Mode.
SELECT HEADSET RING (0)
0 : Speaker / 1 : Headset / 2 : Both
SPK (0) H-SET(1) BOTH (2)
BACK
OK
EXIT Press
P
[OK] or
button.
b tt
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EXIT
Menu
6.3 REGISTER BLUETOOTH
3 > REGISTER BLUETOOTH
BACK
OK
1 > PAIRING
2 UNPAIRING
BACK
OK
Press [OK] or
EXIT
Select 1 for Pairing, 2 for Unpairing, 3 for Paired
Information
EXIT
3> PAIRED INFORMATION
BACK
OK
button.
EXIT
※ BTU module should be installed.
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Menu
7 STATION ICLID
7.
7> STATION ICLID
8 KEYSET INFORMATION
OK
EXIT
Press [OK] or
button.
1 > REGISTER STATION ICLID
2 VIEW STATION ICLID
BACK
OK
EXIT
Press [Navigation] button.
7.1 REGISTER STATION ICLD
1 > REGISTER STATION ICLID
Press [OK] or
2 VIEW STATION ICLID
BACK
OK
EXIT
ENTER ICLID –LIST
LIST 1
1234567
BACK
OK
button.
Enter CLI number.
EXIT
Press [OK] or
button.
Enter routing destination number
ENTER ROUTING –LIST 1
101
Press [OK] or
button.
BACK
OK
EXIT
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Menu
7 2 VIEW STATION ICLID
7.2
1 REGISTER STATION ICLID
Press [OK] or
2> VIEW STATION ICLID
BACK
OK
EXIT
>01 1234567
02 EMPTY
BACK
SELECT
ICLID : 1234567
ROUTE : 101
BACK
DELETE
Select the list.
Press [SELECT] or
button.
button.
EXIT
Press [DELETE] button to delete LIST.
EXIT
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Menu
8. KEYSET INFORMATION
※ LDP 7016/7024 does not support this feature.
9. SYSTEM INFORMATION
9> SYSTEM INFORMATION
0 ATTENDANT PROGRAM
OK
EXIT
Press [OK] or
button.
1 > MPB VERSION DISPLAY
2 VIEW IP ADDRESS
BACK
OK
EXIT
Press [Navigation] button.
9.1 MPB VERSION DISPLAY
1 > MPB VERSION DISPLAY
Press [OK] or
2 VIEW IP ADDRESS
BACK
OK
EXIT
IT56M-1.0Aa
ITALY
BACK
button.
OCT/09
EXIT
9.2 VIEEW IP ADDRESS
1 MPB VERSION DISPLAY
Press [OK] or
2 > VIEW IP ADDRESS
BACK
OK
EXIT
VIEW SYSTEM IP ADDRESS
192.168.1.1
BACK
EXIT
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button.
User Program Codes
• Press the [TRANS/PGM] button ▶ Press the flexible button to be programmed
• ▶ Press [Trans/Pgm] button again ▶ Enter the desired feature code below table
• ▶ Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button to save.
CODE
FUNCTION
CODE
FUNCTION
11
Answer mode (H/T/P)
61
Speaker/Headset PGM
12
Station
S
a o Name
a e Program
og a
62
6
Headset
eadse Ring
g Program
og a
13
Set Wake Up
71
Register Station ICLID
14
Reset Wake Up
72
View Station ICLID
15
Language Program
81
View IP Address
16
LCD Date Mode Change
82
View Mac Address
17
LCD Time Mode Change
83
View Keyset Version
18
Set Back Light
91
MPB Version Display
21
ICM Ring Type Program
92
View IP Address
22
CO Ring Type Program
23
Set BGM
31
Temporary COS Mode
32
Retrieve COS
33
Walking COS
34
Register Password
35
Call Log Protect
36
SMS Message Protect
41
Preselected MSG PGM
42
Set User Message
51
Mobile-Ext. Enable
52
Mobile-Ext. Number PGM
53
Mobile-Ext. CLI PGM
54
Create Conference Room
55
D l t C
Delete
Conference
f
R
Room
37
Entering characters
A
+
N
+
B
+
O
+
C
+
P
+
D
+
Q
+
E
+
R
+
F
+
S
+
G
+
T
+
H
+
U
+
I
+
V
+
J
+
W
+
K
+
X
+
L
+
Y
+
M
+
Z
+
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Glossary of Terms
1
2
ICM Intercom – describes internal calls within the telephone system
CO Line Central Office Line – also known as a trunk line, exchange line or
outside line
3
Speed Dial A commonly used number stored in a speed bin for easy access
4
DND Do Not Disturb – the station is blocked to all incoming calls
5
FWD Forward – calls can be sent to another location such a voicemail
or another station
6
DDI or DID Direct Dial Inwards or Direct Inwards Dialing – ISDN lines can be
provided with multiple telephone numbers which are each routed
to individual stations or Hunt Groups
7
8
DKTU Digital Key Telephone Unit – an Ericsson-LG digital telephone
SLT Single Line Telephone – an analogue telephone
9
ISDN Integrated Services Digital Network. Digital CO lines that come in
multiples of 2 channels or more
10
VMIB Voice Message Interface Board – Ericsson-LG integral Voice
Processing card
11
CONF Conference – where you can talk to 2 or more internal or external
parties
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Important Safety Information
Important Safety Information
Important Safety Information
Putting into operation
LDP 7024LD
LDP-7024LD
LDP-7024LD is a user-friendly digital keyset, which offer convenience to user
with 3 soft key and navigation key.
• Features
.Trendy and Stylish LDP Family design
-.Trendy
-.Multi Level Graphic LCD (9 * 32)
-.Dual LED 24 Flexible buttons
-.Additional Device Port for SLT and FAX
-.Call Log Feature
-.Call Recording Feature (USB Module, Option)
.Hands Free Solution (Blue Tooth Module, Option)
-.Hands-Free
-.Wall Mountable (Option)
1
Putting into operation
ICON description on LCD
ICON
Description
1 You have received message
1.
2. Call forward
3 DND mode
3.
d
4. Earphone mode
5. Full Duplex Speaker Phone Mode
6. Mute mode
7. Setting melody
8. Setting alarm
9. Schedule
10. Phone book
11. ON : Already paired but linked-radio with headset
12. STADY ON : Ready to make and answer a call.
BLINK : Ongoing communication via Bluetooth headset.
2
Putting into operation
Input / Output Devices and Button
1
Handset
10
Message Waiting LED
2
11
3 Soft Button
3
Earphone-Jack
Earphone
Jack Socket
(Ear/Mic Mode)
Speaker
12
Flexible Button
4
Speed Button
13
Trans/Pgm Button
5
Dnd/Fwd Button
14
Call back Button
6
Speaker Button
15
Volume Button
7
Hold/Save Button
16
Menu Button
8
Phonebook Button
17
Handsfree Microphone
9
LCD Display
3
Putting into operation
Used for handset call.
1
Handset
2
EarphoneJack Socket
3
Speaker
4
Speed Button
Used to access speed dialing,
dialing speed programming,
programming
save number redial, and last number redial.
5
DND/Fwd
Button
The DND (Do Not Disturb) feature lets you activate a
‘do not ring this phone’ mode. When the DND is active,
this button is red. It is also used to activate call
forwards, to another station or voicemail for example.
The optional earphone into the handset to provide a
handsfree phone conversation.
Outputs tones and voice at your extension.
Used to forward your calls to another station or voice
mail.
Speaker toggles the speakerphone state. The button
is red when the speakerphone is active.
6
Speaker
Button
7
Hold/Save
Button
8
Phone Book
Save the telephone number and make a call use this
button.
9
LCD Display
Displays information about telephone status, dialing
directories and test message information
directories,and
information.
10
Message
Waiting LED
Illuminates when the phone is ringing.
11
3 Soft Button
12
Flexible
Button
13
Trans/PGM
14
Call back
15
Volume
16
Menu
Use this menu button to move to the desired
option(Dial, MSG, Program) and use for arrows key.
17
Handsfree
Microphone
Used to work in conjunction with fixed and flexible
features.
This button put a call on hold or save information
when programming.
Used to work in conjunction with fixed and flexible
features.
The remaining Flex buttons can be assigned to a
feature.
This button is used to start a transfer (TRS) of a call
or enter programming mode (PGM)
A station can initiate a call back request to another
busy station. Once that station becomes idle, the
station that left the call back request is signaled.
The volume button adjusts the audio levels follows.
4
Putting into operation
Cable Connection
④
③
①
②
Cable connection
p
cord to the handset
①, ② Connect the end of the telephone
and the other end to the handset jack at the bottom of the telephone.
③, ④ Connect the end of the cable to the port at the bottom of telephone and the
other end to the switch port.
※ Connect the Earphone
p
to the headphone
p
jjack at the left side of the telephone.
p
(In case front view of the base.)
5
Putting into operation
ADP (Additional Device Port)
6
Putting into operation
ADP (Additional Device Port)
7
Placing or answering an outside call
1 Placing an Outside Call
1.
ICM Line
▶
or
Lift handset
▶
talk
Enter the extension number
CO Line
▶
or
Dial 9,0 or select
CO line flexible ▶
button
Lift handset
▶
talk
Enter the desired phone number
2. Answering an Outside Call
ICM Line
or
▶
talk
Lift handset
CO Line
or
Press flashing
CO line button or
loop key.
▶
Lift handset
8
▶
talk
3 Soft & Navigation Button
3S
Soft
ft B
Button
tt
The 3 Soft Buttons are located on the bottom of the LCD display. The function of each
button changes, subject to call status and progress. The current functions are displayed
on the LCD screen, directly above each button. For example, if the user calls a busy
extension, busy tone will be heard and the busy status displayed. The LCD screen will
display the busy message along with the different options available - “Call Back”,
“
“Flash”
” , “Call
“C Wait”” , “Camp
“C
O ” and “Pilot
On”
“
Hunt”.
” By pressing the relevant button the
desired feature is activated.
BUSY : 100
12 OCT 09
C-BACK
BUSY : 100
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
◀ C-WAIT CAMPON P-HUNT
12:00 pm
FLASH ▶
Navigation Button
In some instances, more than 3 current functions are available to the user, and this is
indicated by the appearance of a left (◀) or right (▶) arrow in the LCD screen, (see
below). By pressing the navigation key (located below the volume button), in the
direction corresponding to the arrow, any additional functions will be displayed.
STATION 100 (T)
p
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
LOG
DIR
REDIAL ▶
STATION 100 (T)
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
◀ PICKUP FWD
DND
9
Basic Function
The 3 soft button enables you to select the various function.
function For instance,
instance if you want to
select the pickup, press the first button on the left as below shown. And if there are more
than three functions and displays an arrow on LCD, use Navigation Button to move the
next or previous function.
1 Idl
1.
Idle
3 Soft Button is located on the bottom of the LCD display and IP LDK systems provide.
LOG
: press to check call log information
STATION 100 (T)
: press to use Directory Service.
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm DIR
((Station/System
y
Speed)
p
)
LOG
DIR
REDIAL▶
REDIAL : press to redial last number called.
STATION 100 (T)
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
◀ PICKUP
FWD
DND
PICKUP : press to pickup a call ringing
within the same pickup group.
FWD : Press the [[FWD]] button to forward
calls to another station, Voicemail etc.
DND : press the [DND] to set Do Not
Disturb.
1.1 Pickup
A station can p
pickup
p a call ringing
g g to an unattended station within the same p
pickup
pg
group
p
by using the pickup procedure.
* Refer to iPECS-MG system programming manual.
STATION 100 (T)
12 OCT 09
◀PICKUP FWD
Press [PICKUP] button.
12:00 pm
DND
CALL TO STA 104 PICKED UP Talk
CALLER 101
12:00 pm
TRANS
CONF
MUTE▶
10
Basic Function
1 2 LOG
1.2
OG
The call log feature enables the LDP phone user to view a log of the last(100)
incoming and outgoing calls. The user can scroll through the list of numbers stored,
select the number and activate a redial to that number.
STATION 100 (T)
OCT 09 04
12:00 pm
LOG
DIR
REDIAL▶
Select the desired one with Navigation Button.
[10-01 12:00] ▶ 1234567
[10-01 11:20] ◀ 4500000
[10-01 12:00] M 120
SEND
SELECT
SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
1
2
3
4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30 31
1234567
LINE 08
TRANS
CONF
SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
1
2 3 4 5
6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30 31
1234567
10/01 12:00
BACK
SAVE
Press the [LOG] button.
▶ : Outgoing call
◀ : Incoming
I
i
call
ll
M : Missed call
EXIT▶
2009
10 / 01
Press [SEND] or
the call.
button to make
00:00:03
MUTE▶
2009
10 / 01
Or, [SELECT] to show the detailed
information of LOG.
[SAVE] to save LOG
[DELETE] to delete LOG
DELETE
11
Basic Function
1 3 DIR
1.3
The DIR feature enables the LDP phone user to view station speed bin, system
speed bin, station name. The user can search speed bin number or station name
and make a call with selected number.
STATION 100 (T)
OCT 09 04
12:00 pm
LOG
DIR
REDIAL▶
1 STATION SPEED
2 SYSTEM SPEED
3 STATION NAME
Press the [DIR] button.
Select the desired one with Navigation Button.
Press [OK] or
button.
ENTER, (UP/DOWN/OK)
OK
EXIT
000 LG : 94501234
001 MG : 91234567
91234 6
002 iPECS : 98450123
SPEED NUMBER LAST(*) SAVE(#)
BACK
SEARCH
ADD
Press [SEARCH] to search bin number.
Press ADD to add ne
new speed bin n
number.
mber
Press [HOLD] or
the call.
12
button to make
Basic Function
14R
1.4
Redial
di l
The last number dialed on an external call is automatically saved in the
LAST Number & Redial (LNR) buffer.
Press the [REDIAL] button
button.
STATION 100 (T)
FEB 01 04
05:34 pm
LOG
DIR
REDIAL▶
SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
1
2
3
4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30 31
1234567
10/01 12:00
EXIT
Select the desired one with Navigation Button.
SEND
SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
1
2
3
4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30 31
1234567
LINE 08
TRANS
2009
10 / 01
CONF
2009
10 / 01
Press [SEND] or
the call.
00:00:03
MUTE▶
13
button to make
Basic Function
2. Intercom Ring Back
STATION 100 (T)
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
MSG
FLASH
MSG : Press to leave a your station number or message.
FLASH : Press to disconnect the line and re-seize.
3 Intercom Busy
3.
C-BACK : Press to leave your station number or message.
BUSY : 100
FLASH : Press to disconnect the line and re-seize.
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
C-BACK
FLASH▶
BUSY : 100
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
◀C-WAIT CAMPON P-HUNT
C-WAIT : Press to make call waiting.
CAMPON : Press to send a camp-on tone to a busy station
(indicating that they have a call waiting).
P-HUNT : Press to make Pilot hunt group call
4. Intercom Do Not Disturb
DO NOT DISTURB 101
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
MSG
FLASH▶
DO NOT DISTURB 101
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
◀P-HUNT
MSG
: Press leave a call back request or message.
FLASH : Press to disconnect the line and re-seize.
P-HUNT
: Press to make Pilot hunt group call
FLASH
: Press to disconnect the line and re-seize.
HOLD
DND
: Press to make a HOLD call
: Press to make DND
5. Intercom Dialing Error
OCT 09
12 OC
INVALID
12:00
00 pm
p
FLASH
6. Intercom Receiving
CALL FROM 104
12 OCT 09
HOLD
12:00 pm
DND
14
Basic Function
7. Intercom Talk
TRANS : Press to transfer an incoming call to another
CALL FROM 104
station.
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
CONF : Press to initiate a conference call.
TRANS
CONF
MUTE ▶ MUTE : Press to mute the handset, speakerphone, or
headset microphone. Press the [SPEAK] button to reactivate microphone.
ACNR : Press to set automatic called number redial.
CALL FROM 104
FLASH : Press to disconnect the line and re-seize.
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm PRIVACY : Press to use privacy mode.
◀ ACNR
FLASH PRIVACY
8. CO Dialing
The following CO access codes ‘9’, individual CO access code can be changed
by Admin Programming 115 depending on the user’s needs.
STATION 100 (T)
LINE 08
00:00:03
TRANS
CONF
MUTE▶
Press programmed flexible button for CO.
(CO can be accessed by dialing CO access code 9 or
individual CO access code)
Dial telephone number.
9. CO Line Busy
FLASH : If you wish to terminate a call and make
another call, press [FLASH] to re-seize dial tone.
BUSY
FLASH
15
Basic Function
10 CO Talk
10.
123456789
LINE 08
TRANS
CONF
123456789
LINE 08
◀ ACNR
FLASH
00:00:03
MUTE▶
00:00:03
PRIVACY
TRANS : Press to transfer a call to another
station.
CONF : Press to initiate a conference call.
MUTE : Press to mute the handset,
speakerphone, or headset microphone.
Press the [SPEAK] button to re- activate
microphone.
ACNR : Press to set automatic called number
redial
redial.
FLASH : Press to disconnect the line and
re-seize.
PRIVACY: Press to use privacy mode
11. Paging
You may receive
Y
i announcements
t from
f
other
th stations
t ti
and/or
d/ external
t
l speakers.
k
Stations are assigned to one or more of the Internal Page Zones. The system
has one External Page Zones that are connected to external speakers.
MEET ME : Press to answer a paging request.
PAGE FROM STA 103
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
MEET ME
12. Call Forward
ENTER FORWARD TYPE
( 0 – 4 , # )
Press [ SPEAKER ] button.
Press [ DND/FWD ] button.
Enter forward type.
0 : Remote Forward
1 : Unconditional Forward
2 : Busy Forward
3 : No Answer Forward
4 : Busy/No Answer Forward
# : Cancel Forward
Enter Forward destination
STA : station number,
HUNT : Hunt group,
VMIB : VMIB Access code
Telephone Number : Telephone number
with CO Access code
16
Basic Function
13 FLEXIBLE BUTTON PROGRAM
13.
• Press the [TRANS/PGM] button
• Press the flexible button to be programmed
• Enter the desired feature code below table.
• Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button to save.
*) The following Numbering Plan code can be changed by Admin Programming
PGM 113~115 depending on the user’s needs.
EMPTY
NUM (1) / FIX(2) / DEL(0)
NUM (1) :
STA : station number
number,
HUNT : Hunt group.
CO Number
Feature code.
Telephone Number : Telephone number with CO
Access code
FIX (2) : Fixed button
(REDIAL/CONFERENCE/MUTE/FLASH/PTT)
DEL(0) : Delete Flexible button
14 PARK A CALL AND RETRIEVE A PARKED CALL
14.
A call can be parked in a parking location and the call will be retrieved by dialing
the location
number. (The call can be picked up by other extension.)
• To park a call,
Press Call Park Location Code (541) and dial the Park Location(01-49).
Location(01 49)
• To retrieve a parked call at any station,
Press Call Park Location Code (541)
Dial the Park Location (01-49).
15. NAME DISPLAY ON MY PHONE
Name can be displayed instead of station number.
• Press the [TRANS/PGM] button
• Dial “1 2”
• Enter your name (see Entering character table in page 58)
F example
For
l to enter the
h name “JOHN”
• Press the [HOLD/SAVE] button
17
Basic Function
16 CALL BACK
16.
When a called station is in busy, call back can be requested.
BUSY : 100
12 OCT 09
C-BACK
12:00 pm
FLASH▶
17. CAMP ON
When a called station is in busy, camp-on can be requested.
BUSY : 100
12 OCT 09
12:00 pm
◀ C-WAIT CAMPON P-HUNT
18. VOICE OVER
CALL WAIT FROM 105
05 MAR 06
09:51
TRANS
CONF
MUTE▶
CONNECT TO 101
05 MAR 06
TRANS
CONF
09:51
MUTE▶
To answer the second(call waiting) call,
press flashing [HOLD/SAVE] button.
Whenever [HOLD/SAVE] button is pressed,
call will be switched between first and second
call
call.
18
Phone Book
1 PHONE BOOK
2 SCHDULE
Press the [PhoneBook] button.
OK
EXIT
The [PHONE BOOK] is used for registering the new phone
number and searching, correcting and deleting the stored
phone number.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
EXIT
PHONE BOOK
NEW ENTRY
▲
SEARCH BY NAME
SEARCH BY NUMBER
SEARCH BY GROUP
EDIT CO ACCESS CODE ▼
OK
PHONE BOOK
6. DELETE ALL ENTRY
EXIT
▲
▼
OK
1. NEW ENTRY
The number of the phone number registers up to 100.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
EXIT
PHONE BOOK
NEW ENTRY
▲
SEARCH BY NAME
SEARCH BY NUMBER
SEARCH BY GROUP
EDIT CO ACCESS CODE ▼
OK
NEW ENTRY
NAME
: 
TYPE
: MOBILE
CO CODE : NOT USE
NUMBER :
GROUP
: NO GR.
BACK
ABC
Press the [1] button.
Enter the name.
To move to the next step, press the
SAVE
button.
※ Use the softkey button to enter the character
such as English, the number and the
symbol
b l and
d press th
the softkey
ftk b
button
tt to
t select
l t
the type : capital English letter>
small English letter>the number>the symbol.
19
▲
Phone Book
NEW ENTRY
NAME
: JANE
TYPE
: ◀ MOBILE ▶
CO CODE : NOT USE
NUMBER :
GROUP
: NO GR.
BACK
SAVE
NEW ENTRY
NAME
: JANE
TYPE
: MOBILE
CO CODE : ◀ CODE-1 ▶
NUMBER :
GROUP
: NO GR.
BACK
SAVE
NEW ENTRY
NAME
: JANE
TYPE
: MOBILE
CO CODE : CODE-1
NUMBER : 123456789
GROUP
: NO GR.
BACK
Enter the type, select the desired one among the
cellular phone number or office number or home
number or fax number or e-mail or address or
memo.
Select the CO access code, use the
to
select the NOT USE or CODE-1, 2,3,4,5.
※ In case of selecting one of the e-mail or
address or memo, NOT USE will be displayed and
can’t select the CO access code.
Enter the phone number
number. In case of selecting e
email or address or memo on type, the contents
is available.
SAVE
NEW ENTRY
NAME
: JANE
TYPE
: MOBILE
CO CODE : CODE
CODE-11
NUMBER : 123456789
GROUP
: ◀ FAMILY ▶
BACK
SAVE
Select the group. Use
to select NO GR
/family / friend /office / school /customer or club.
Press [SAVE] to save the new entry.
20
Phone Book
2 SEARCH BY NAME
2.
Press [FIND] and then the phone book entry will be displayed.
1.
2
2.
3.
4.
5.
EXIT
PHONE BOOK
NEW ENTRY
▲
SEARCH BY NAME
SEARCH BY NUMBER
SEARCH BY GROUP
EDIT CO ACCESS CODE ▼
OK
PHONE BOOK
1. NEW ENTRY
▲
BY Name
NAME
2.SEARCH
Search By
NAME
3.INPUT
SEARCH
BY?NUMBER
ABC
4. SEARCH BY GROUP
5. EDIT CO ACCESS CODE ▼
BACK
ABC
FIND
Press the [2] button.
When entering the name, enter the full name or
the part of the name(ex:ABC) and press [FIND].
※ For detailed information about entering
name, see the page 56.
The name will be displayed. Use
to select
the desired name.
※ Press [EDIT] to correct the phone number.
RESULTS
001 : JONE MARK
003 : ABRAHAM
007 : LUCKY
Press [SEND] to make a call.
◀MOBILE▶
BACK
01011111234
EDIT
SEND
※ Use the
21
button to select type.
Phone Book
3 SEARCH BY NUMBER
3.
1.
2
2.
3.
4.
5.
EXIT
PHONE BOOK
NEW ENTRY
▲
SEARCH BY NAME
SEARCH BY NUMBER
SEARCH BY GROUP
EDIT CO ACCESS CODE ▼
OK
PHONE BOOK
1. NEW ENTRY
▲
BY Name
NUMBER
2.SEARCH
Search By
NUMBER?
3.INPUT
SEARCH
BY NUMBER
123
4. SEARCH BY GROUP
5. EDIT CO ACCESS CODE ▼
BACK
FIND
BACK
01011111234
EDIT
When entering the phone number, enter the
part of the phone number or the full number
and press [FIND].
The name will be displayed. Use
the desired name.
RESULTS
001 : JONE MARK
003 : ABRAHAM
007 : LUCKY
◀MOBILE▶
Press the [3] button.
to select
※ Press
P
[EDIT] to
t correctt the
th phone
h
number.
b
Press [SEND] to make a call.
SEND
22
Phone Book
4 SEARCH BY GROUP
4.
1.
2
2.
3.
4.
5.
EXIT
PHONE BOOK
NEW ENTRY
▲
SEARCH BY NAME
SEARCH BY NUMBER
SEARCH BY GROUP
EDIT CO ACCESS CODE ▼
OK
PHONE BOOK
SEARCH BY GROUP
1. NEW ENTRY
▲
NO GR.
▲
2. SEARCH BY NAME
FAMILY
3. SEARCH BY NUMBER
FRIEND
4. SEARCH BY GROUP
OFFICE
▼
5. REG. CO ACCESS CODE ▼
BACK
FIND
BACK
01011111234
EDIT
Use
to select the group and press [FIND].
The name will be displayed. Use
the desired name.
RESULTS
001 : JONE MARK
003 : ABRAHAM
007 : LUCKY
◀MOBILE▶
Press the [4] button.
to select
※ Press
P
[EDIT] to
t correctt the
th phone
h
number.
b
Press [SEND] to make a call.
SEND
23
Phone Book
5 CO ACCESS CODE
5.
1.
2.
3
3.
4.
5.
EXIT
PHONE BOOK
NEW ENTRY
▲
SEARCH BY NAME
SEARCH BY NUMBER
SEARCH BY GROUP
EDIT CO ACCESS CODE ▼
OK
Press the [5] button.
Use
CO ACCESS CODE
CODE-1 : 9
CODE-2 : 8801
CODE-3 :
CODE-4 :
CODE-5 :
BACK
SAVE
to select the code and enter the
CO ACCESS CODE.
Press [SAVE] to save. The entered CO ACCESS
CODE is entered when the phone number registers
or corrects.
6. DELETE ALL ENTRY
PHONE BOOK
6. DELETE ALL ENTRY
Press the [6] button.
▲
▲
▼
Exit
OK
Use
PHONE BOOK
ARE YOU
SURE
6. Delete
All Entry
TO DELETE DATA?
▲
NO
YES
BACK
to select ‘YES’.
Press [OK] to delete all the phone book.
▼
OK
24
SCHEDULE
1 PHONE BOOK
2 SCHEDULE
Press the [PhoneBook] button.
OK
EXIT
1. SCHEDULE ADD/DEL/EDIT
The number of the schedule is added up to 50.
The calendar of schedule is from 1960 to 2040.
2040
SCHEDULE
SUN1.
MONSCHEDULE/ADD/DEL/EDIT
TUE WED THU FRI SAT
1 CALENDAR
2. FIND SCHEDULE
2 3 4 5 6
7
8
07/2004
9 3.
10 DELETE
11 12 13 PAST
14 15 SCHEDULE
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 4.
24 CHECK
25 26 27 ALARM
28 29 SCHEDULE
30 31
5. DELETE ALL SCHEDULE
BACK
TODAY
OK
DATE
TIME
REPE
ALARM
TEXT
BACK
SCHEDULE ADD
: 01/JUL/04 (SAT)
: [PM] 06 : 59
:
NONE
:
NONE
:
AM
SCHEDULE ADD
DATE : 01/JUL/04 (SAT)
TIME : [PM ] 06 : 59
REPE : ◀ NONE ▶
ALARM :
NONE
TEXT :
BACK
Use
to select the date and
press the [OK] button to save it.
※ Press [TODAY] or [5] to move to current date.
•Press [1] to move to last year.
•Press [3] to move to next year.
•Press [7] to move to last month.
Press [9] to next month
month.
•Press
Use [ADD] to add the schedule.
Use number key to enter the time directly.
※ am 7:00 ▶ 0700
pm 7:00 ▶ 1900
SAVE
Use
to set NONE or everyday or every
week or every month.
SAVE
25
SCHEDULE
SCHEDULE ADD
DATE
TIME
REPE
ALARM
TEXT
BACK
: 01/JUL/04 (SAT)
: [PM ] 06 : 59
:
NONE
:
NONE
:
SET
SCHEDULE ADD
DATE : 01/JUL/04 (SAT)
TIME : [PM ] 06 : 59
REPE :
NONE
ALARM :00 HOUR 00 MIN
TEXT : CONFERENCE
BACK
ALL
Set the alarm.
Press the [SET] button to inform the
schedule and enter the time.
SAVE
Press [SAVE] to save the schedule.
BEFORE
SAVE
SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
1
2
3
4
9 10 11
16 17 18
23 24 25
30 31
5 6
12 13
19 20
26 27
7
14
21
28
8
15
22
29
2004
07 / 03
The alarm icon will be displayed on
the top of LCD and it will ring for the
time. After checking the schedule,
the icon will be disappeared.
disappeared
CHECK SCHEDULE
01 JUL 04
06:01 pm
26
SCHEDULE
2. FIND SCHEDULE
FIND SCHEDULE
SEARCH : SCHEDULE
YEAR
: ◀ 2004 ▶
MONTH
:
02
TEXT
:
BACK
SEARCH
YEAR
MONTH
TEXT
BACK
ALL
RESULTS
DATA : 01/JUL/04
[AM] 07:45 CONFERENCE
BACK
to select the year.
Use
to select the month.
FIND
FIND SCHEDULE
: SCHEDULE
:
2004
: ◀ 06 ▶
:
ALL
Use
Press the [FIND] button and the result will be
displayed.
FIND
1/1
Use the [VIEW] button to check the contents of
schedule.
VIEW
27
SCHEDULE
3 DELETE PAST SCHEDULE
3.
The number of the past schedule is displayed.
Press the [DEL] button.
PAST SCHEDULE
PAST
SCHEDULE : 01
BACK
PAST
DEL
Use
PAST SCHEDULE
ARE YOU SURE
TO DELETE
SCH.
: 01 DATA?
to select [YES] or [NO].
Press [DEL] to delete the past schedule.
NO
YES
BACK
OK
4 VIEW ALARM SCHEDULE
4.
SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
1
2
9
16
23
30
3 4
10 11
17 18
24 25
31
5
12
19
26
6
13
20
27
7
14
21
28
8
15
22
29
2004
07 / 03
When the stored schedule comes, the
schedule icon will be displayed on the top
of LCD. And the alarm ring will ring to inform
the time.
time
CHECK SCHEDULE
01 JUL 04
*07:45 am
ALARM SCHEDULE
DATE : 01/JUL/04 (SAT)
TIME : [PM ] 06 : 59
REPE :
DAY
ALARM : 00 HOUR 01 MIN BEFORE
TEXT : CONFERENCE
BACK
Check the schedule.
Press the [DEL] to clear the schedule icon or
Press the [BACK] to leave the schedule icon.
28
SCHEDULE
5 DELETE ALL SCHEDULE
5.
PAST
Use
PAST SCHEDULE
ARE YOU SURE
TO DELETE
SCH.
: 01 DATA?
Press [OK] to delete the all schedule.
NO
YES
BACK
to select [YES] or [NO].
If selecting “YES”, delete it. If selecting
“no”, don’t delete it.
OK
29
User Program Codes
• Press the [TRANS/PGM] button ▶ Press the flexible button to be programmed
• ▶ Press [Trans/Pgm] button again ▶ Enter the desired feature code below table
• ▶ Press
P
the
h [HOLD/SAVE] button
b
to save.ㅋ
CODE
FUNCTION
CODE
FUNCTION
11
Answer mode (H/T/P)
61
Speaker/Headset PGM
12
Station Name Program
62
Headset Ring Program
13
Set Wake Up
71
Register Station ICLID
14
Reset Wake Up
72
View Station ICLID
15
Language Program
81
View IP Address
16
LCD Date Mode Change
82
View Mac Address
17
LCD Time Mode Change
83
View Keyset Version
18
Set Back Light
91
MPB Version Display
21
ICM Ring Type Program
92
View IP Address
22
CO Ring Type Program
23
Set BGM
31
Temporary COS Mode
32
Retrieve COS
33
Walking COS
34
Register Password
35
Call Log Protect
36
SMS Message Protect
41
Preselected MSG PGM
42
Set User Message
51
Mobile-Ext. Enable
52
Mobile-Ext. Number PGM
53
Mobile-Ext. CLI PGM
54
Create Conference Room
55
D l t C
Delete
Conference
f
R
Room
30
Entering characters
Enter the figure
ABC
abc
▶
NUM
▶
▶
Dial
▶
SYMBL
Enter the symbol
ABC
abc
▶
NUM
▶
▲▼ Norm
Dial
1 / 4 ◀▶
① ② ③ ④ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ ⑨
.
▶
(
)
-
!
?
*
0
_
※ Use the
button and then select the symbol.
Enter the letters
ABC
abc
A
B
+
C
+
+
F
+
+
O
+
+
P
+
D
E
N
+
G
Q
+
R
+
+
S
+
+
+
T
H
+
I
+
+
J
U
+
V
+
+
W
K
+
L
+
+
M
31
X
+
Y
+
+
Z
+
+
+
Glossary of Terms
1
ICM Intercom – describes internal calls within the
telephone system
2
CO Line Central Office Line – also known as a trunk line or
outside line
3
Speed Dial A commonly used number stored in a speed bin for
easy access
4
DND Do Not Disturb – a telephone in DND will show as
busy to callers
5
FWD Forward – your calls can be sent to another location
such a voicemail or another station
6
DDI or DID Direct Dial Inwards or Direct Inwards Dialing – ISDN
lines can be provided with multiple telephone
numbers which are each routed to individual
extensions or Hunt Groups
7
8
DKTU Digital Key Telephone Unit – Ericsson-LG digital
telephone
SLT Single Line Telephone – an analogue telephone
9
ISDN A type of CO line that comes in multiples of 2 or more
10
VMIB Voice Message Interface Board – Ericsson-LG
integral Voice Processing card
11
CONF Conference – where you can talk to 2 or more internal
or external parties
32
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