Model PBX 206

Model PBX 206
Model
PBX 206
System User Guide
Introduction
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Installation Hints
3
System Programming
3
IMPORTANT – Exchange Lines
4
Assign Incoming calls to ring Nominated Extensions
4
Call Barring / Call Restrictions
5
Auto Attendant Mode / Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
6
Internal Calls
7
Transferring Calls
7
Call Pick Up
7
Troubleshooting
8
Technical Specification
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Thank you for choosing the Orchid Telecom PBX 206 telephone system. Please take time to read
through this User Guide to get the most from your new purchase.
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All extension sockets should be Master type with built in ringing capacitor. (If you use a
secondary type socket, and your extension phones are older type 4-wire working, they will
not ring).
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We have a range of “Easy Install” adaptors for connecting the extensions. They are
available in 3 lengths; 10cm, 5m and 10m. Please contact your supplier for more details.
Wall Mounting:
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Drill 2 holes, 8.5cm apart. (Take extra care not to drill through electrical wiring or pipes.)
Adjust the screw heads until the PBX fits firmly against the wall.
All programming is done on Extension 1 ONLY.
NOTE: If Programming is being done successfully you will hear a Beep (beep) after every #, if
unsuccessful you will hear a Series of Beeps after the #.
In this guide all dialed digits will appear in RED text.
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The PBX 206 is configured at the factory for 2 Exchange Lines to be connected. If you only have 1
line connected it is important that the system is set-up as follows:
1 Exchange Line connected:
Ext 1
Dial: * # 2 1
# (beep)
Hang Up
2 Exchange Lines connected:
Ext 21
Dial: * # 2
1 2 # (beep)
Lines
Hang Up
This is a useful feature for spreading the incoming call load over certain extensions or a specific
line direct to a specific extension. Useful if you are sharing the PBX with another company.
IMPORTANT: The factory set default is to ring all Extensions 1 – 6 on both lines.
This ringing pattern can be changed to suit your requirements.
If you only want Extensions 1, 2 and 3 to ring on Line 1 and Extensions 4, 5 and 6
to ring on Line 2
Ext 1
Dial: * # 1 1
*#1 2
1
2
Line
123
456
Ext
#
#
(beep)
(beep)
Hang Up
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The Orchid PBX has a very flexible Call Restrictions package which should enable you reduce
your phone Bill by eliminating unnecessary calls.
For example you can restrict individual or All extensions from calling premium rate numbers,
International numbers, mobile numbers or calls to the Speaking clock or Directory enquires.
Call types such as Local, National, Mobile, International, Non Geographic, Directory enquiries etc
can be programmed into Call Groups.
CALL BARRING
There are Call barring groups 1 to 4, and each group can have up to 20 call types of up to 4 digits.
For Example Group 1 could contain Premium rate 09 and mobile 07 call types, Group 2 could
contain International calls to Asia 008 and Directory enquiries 118 etc. These groups
can be assigned to individual or all extensions.
Example 1.
To assign 09 and 07 into group 1 and 008 and 118 into group 2
Ext 1 Dial: * # 4 1 09 # (beep) * # 4 1 07 # (beep) Hang Up
Ext 1 Dial: * # 4 2 008 # (beep) * # 4 2 118 # (beep) Hang Up
Example 2.
To assign 01 and 02 into group 3 and 100, 123, 00, 07 and 09 into group 4
Ext 1
Ext 1
Ext 1
Ext 1
Dial:
Dial:
Dial:
Dial:
*#4
*#4
*#4
*#4
3
4
4
4
01 # (beep) * # 4 3 02 # (beep) Hang Up
100 # (beep) * # 4 4 123 # (beep) Hang Up
00 # (beep) * # 4 4 07 # (beep) Hang Up
09 # (beep) Hang Up
To Clear Restricted numbers from any group
Ext 1 Dial: * # 4 ( 1 – 4 ) # (beep) Hang Up
TO ASSIGN GROUPS 1 - 4 to Extensions
Example 1.
To assign Group 1 to all extensions (Group 1 may bar calls to 09 numbers)
Ext 1 Dial: * # 5 01 # (beep) Hang Up
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Example 2.
To assign Group 1 to extensions 5 and 6
Ext 1 Dial: * # 5
56
1
# (beep)
Ext Group
Example 3.
To assign Group 4 to extensions 3 and 4
Ext 1 Dial: * # 5
34
4
# (beep)
Ext Group
Both lines can be programmed for Auto Attendant Mode (AA). In AA mode the PBX206 answers
incoming callers and they will hear your personalised Outgoing Message (OGM).
During the OGM you can instruct the callers to Dial any extension or 0 for the operator, the
Operator Extension is 2 by default.
To record the Auto Attendant outgoing message (OGM)
You have up to 12 seconds for the OGM.
A Suggested message is as follows:
" This is Smith and Co. If you would like the Sales department please Dial 1, if you would like
Customer Services please Dial 2, and for all other enquiries, please Dial 0 for the operator"
Ext 1 Dial: * # 2 2
00
# (beep)
Record Message
Hang Up
To playback the Auto Attendant Outgoing Message (OGM)
Ext 1 Dial: * # 2 3
00
# (beep)
Listen to Playback
Hang Up
To Assign the PBX for the Auto Attendant mode
Ext 1 Dial: * # 2 0
00
# (beep)
Hang Up
To remove Auto Attendant from the PBX
Ext 1 Dial: * # 2 1
00
# (beep)
Hang Up
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Allows you to call another extension
Dial: * Extension Number 1 - 6
Allows you to manually or automatically transfer an incoming call to another extension.
To transfer manually:
Dial: Recall / Extension Number
Announce Caller
If the extension wants to take
the call, replace handset.
NB: If the extension does not want to take the call, when they replace the their handset the call
will revert back to you. If the extension does not answer, press Recall to revert back to the caller.
To transfer automatically:
Dial: Recall (R)
Extension Number
Replace Handset
If the extension does not answer within 25 seconds the call will be redirected back to you and your
phone will ring.
NB: If the extension is engaged, you will be automatically reverted back to the caller.
When the call is being transferred the caller will hear “Music on Hold” or a comfort tone.
If your extension is not programmed to ring on incoming calls this feature allows you to pick up a
call ringing on another extension.
Dial: # 7
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The factory default settings are as follows:
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Extension 1 to 6 ring on incoming calls
Call restrictions removed on all extensions
Auto Attendant (DISA) OFF.
To Reset the System to Factory Default settings
Ext 1 Dial: * # 6 0 0 0
# (beep)
Hang Up
No Dial Tone on Extension Handsets…?
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The PBX is compatible with 2 wire phones only, if they are 4 wire, we recommend using the
Orchid Easy Install Adaptors. To check if the phone is 2 wire compatible, look at the small
RJ11 plug that connects to the phone, if it is 2 wire it will only have 2 connections like the
black cable below.
Contact Orchid for more assistance
You can email us at the following address with any further enquiries regarding the Orchid PBX
Range.
[email protected]
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Capacity:
2 Lines and 6 Extensions
External sockets:
Line and Extensions terminated on RJ11 sockets.
Communication channels:
3
Transmission loss:
Extension to Extension < 1.5 dB
Extension to Exchange < 2 dB
Ringing Current:
AC65V/50Hz
Balance about earth:
* 300Hz...600Hz < 40dB
* 600Hz...3400Hz< 46dB
Dialling mode:
DTMF
Signalling:
Internal Dial tone 400 Hz continuous Sine wave
Internal Busy tone 400 Hz, sine wave, 0.3s on/0.3s off
Caller Display:
Receive; DTMF and FSK (Bell 202)
Send; FSK (Bell 202)
Power Supply:
AC230V/12W
Approvals:
CE and RoHS compliant
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