User Manuals for eMAX208

User Manuals for eMAX208
User Manuals for eMAX208
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Table of Content
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Brief Introduction & Features.....................................................................................5
1.1 System Overview.......................................................................................................5
1.2 Features ....................................................................................................................5
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Installation .................................................................................................................5
2.1 Before Installation ......................................................................................................5
2.2 System Appearance...................................................................................................6
2.3 Technical Parameter ..................................................................................................6
2.4 Pre-installation cautionary measures.........................................................................7
2.5 Warning .....................................................................................................................7
2.6 Installation procedure ................................................................................................7
2.6.1 Connecting C.O. lines & extensions to the unit: .....................................................7
2.6.2 Zero-load power-on inspection:..............................................................................8
2.7 Direct Access when Power Failure ............................................................................8
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System programming ................................................................................................8
3.1 Before programming ..................................................................................................8
3.2 Basic Command ........................................................................................................9
3.2.1 Enter into System Programming Status .................................................................9
3.2.2 Changing the Password .........................................................................................9
3.2.3 Flash Time Setting .................................................................................................9
3.2.4 Return to Default Setting......................................................................................10
3.3 Enabling/Disabling C.O. Lines .................................................................................10
3.3.1 Enabling All C.O. Lines ........................................................................................10
3.3.2 Disabling All C.O. Lines........................................................................................11
3.3.3 Enabling C.O. Line number M ..............................................................................11
3.3.4 Programming Steps:.............................................................................................11
3.3.5 Disabling C.O. Line number M .............................................................................11
3.4 Programming Operating mode ................................................................................12
3.4.1 Setting Auto-attendant Mode (OGM) for All C.O. Lines ........................................12
3.4.2 Setting Operator Mode for All C.O. Lines .............................................................12
3.4.3 Setting Auto-attendant Mode (OGM) for a Specific C.O. line ...............................13
3.4.4 Setting Operator Mode for Specific C.O. line .......................................................13
3.5 OGM (Outgoing Message).......................................................................................14
3.5.1 Recording OGM (Outgoing Message)..................................................................14
3.5.2 Monitoring the recorded OGM..............................................................................14
3.6 Monitoring the Holding Music ..................................................................................15
3.7 Configuring an Extension as Operator.....................................................................15
3.8 Configuring Extensions Ringing for CO Lines..........................................................16
3.8.1 Assign Ringing Extensions for Specific C.O. Line ................................................16
3.8.2 Disable Ringing Ext. for Certain C.O. Line ...........................................................16
3.8.3 Disable All Extensions Ringing for Certain C.O. Line ...........................................17
3.9 Auto-attendant switching to extension when if caller does not make a decision......17
3.9.1 Cut off C.O. Line ..................................................................................................17
3.9.2 Transfer to Operator.............................................................................................17
3.10
Dialing-out Mode Setting......................................................................................18
3.10.1 Set Indirect-Dialing-Out Mode for All Extension .................................................18
3.10.2 Set Indirect-Dialing-Out Mode for Certain Extensions........................................18
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3.10.3 Set Direct-Dialing-Out Mode for All Extensions..................................................18
3.10.4 Set Direct-Dialing-Out Mode for Certain Extensions ..........................................19
3.11
Outgoing Calls: Restrictions and Class Assignment.............................................19
3.11.1 Class Assignment for All Extensions ..................................................................19
3.11.2 Class Assignment for Certain Extensions ..........................................................20
3.12
Setting Restriction Item (A/B) ...............................................................................21
3.12.1 Setting Restrictions of Group numbers A (Class 4) ............................................21
3.12.2 Clearing Restrictions of Group A numbers Item A..............................................21
3.12.3 Clearing All Restriction of Group A numbers ......................................................22
3.12.4 Setting Restrictions of Group Numbers B (Class 5).........................................22
3.12.5 Clearing Restrictions of Group B Numbers ........................................................23
3.12.6 Clear All Restriction of Item B ............................................................................23
3.13
Assign Special Calling-out Number ......................................................................23
3.13.1 Assign Specific outgoing numbers for Class 0 ...................................................23
3.13.2 Clear Permission of Certain Group ....................................................................24
3.13.3 Clear All Permission...........................................................................................24
3.14
Time Limitation for outgoing calls from an Extension ...........................................24
3.14.1 Setting outgoing calls time limit..........................................................................24
3.14.2 Clear Calling Time Restriction............................................................................25
3.15
Allow Extensions to Use Certain C.O. Line / Restrict ...........................................25
3.15.1 Allow All Extensions to Use Certain C.O. Line ...................................................25
3.15.2 Allow Certain Extensions to Use Certain C.O. Line ...........................................26
3.15.3 Restrict Certain Extensions from using Certain C.O. Line. ................................26
3.16
Assignment of Numbers to Extensions ................................................................27
3.16.1 Restoring Extension Numbers to default numbers.............................................28
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Operating Instructions .............................................................................................28
4.1 Get a CO line to perform an Outgoing Calls ............................................................28
4.1.1 Dialing Outgoing Calls..........................................................................................28
4.1.2 Outgoing call dialing from a chosen CO Line .......................................................29
4.1.3 Automatically Callback when line is Busy ............................................................29
4.2 Internal Calls between Extensions...........................................................................30
4.2.1 Extension to extension Call when in Indirect-Dialing-Out Mode. ..........................30
4.2.2 Extension to extension Call at Direct-Dialing-Out Mode.......................................30
4.2.3 Call All Extension when in Indirect-Dialing-Out Mode ..........................................30
4.3 Answering Calls .......................................................................................................31
4.3.1 Answering Calls in Operator Mode.......................................................................31
4.3.2 Answering Calls when in Auto-attendant Mode .................................................31
4.3.3 Call Pick Up .........................................................................................................31
4.4 Putting Line on Hold ................................................................................................32
4.5 Call Transfer ............................................................................................................32
4.6 Answering Waiting Calls during a telephone conversation ......................................33
4.6.1 Call Waiting Received on the same CO line.........................................................33
4.6.2 Call Waiting Received on the Other CO line ........................................................34
4.6.3 Call Waiting Received from a Doorphone ............................................................34
4.7 Secretary Function (Outgoing Call Transfer Function).............................................34
4.8 Three Way Conference (1 C.O. Line and 2 Extensions) ..........................................35
4.9 Call Forwarding........................................................................................................35
4.9.1 Setting Call Forwarding (Indirect Dialing Mode) ...................................................35
4.9.2 Clear Call Forwarding (Indirect Direct Dialing Mode) ...........................................36
4.9.3 Setting Call Forwarding (Direct Dialing Mode) .....................................................36
4.9.4 Clear Call Forwarding (Direct Dialing Mode) ........................................................37
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4.9.5 Call Forwarding When Extension is Busy or nobody is Available (Indirect Direct
Dialing Mode) ...................................................................................................................37
4.9.6 Clear Setting Call Forwarding When Ext is Busy (Indirect Direct Dialing Mode) ..38
4.9.7 Call Forwarding When Extension is Busy or nobody is Available (Direct Dialing
Mode) 38
4.9.8 Clear Setting Call Forwarding When Ext is Busy (Direct Dialing Mode).............38
4.10
Identifying extension number ...............................................................................39
4.11
Priority Access and Monitoring .............................................................................39
4.11.1 Monitoring Doorphone .......................................................................................39
4.11.2 Monitoring a busy CO line..................................................................................39
4.12
Connect with Operator Directly ............................................................................40
4.13
Don’t Disturb ........................................................................................................40
4.13.1 Setting Don’t Disturb ..........................................................................................40
4.13.2 Clearing Don’t Disturb........................................................................................41
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Glossary ..................................................................................................................41
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Default Settings .......................................................................................................42
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System Programming & Operation Instruction ........................................................42
7.1 Index of Basic Operation .........................................................................................42
7.2 Index of system programming .................................................................................44
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Door-phone Functions.............................................................................................46
8.1 Door-phone connector .............................................................................................46
8.2 Configuration of an extension for doorphone hookup ..............................................46
8.3 Cancellation of extension configuration for doorphone hookup ...............................46
8.4 Definition of Ringing extensions for doorphone calls ...............................................47
8.5 Definition of Ringing extensions for doorphone calls ...............................................47
8.6 No extension shall ring for doorphone calls .............................................................47
8.7 Communication with Doorphone and Remote Door Opening ..................................48
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1 Brief Introduction & Features
1.1 System Overview
With its design and manufacture according to G.712 and G.732 protocols of CCITT, the
system integrates virtues of various KTSs with advanced functions of PABX, and has unique
advantage in innovation. As a type of new generation with over 50 powerful functions for
business and management, it could be installed in small offices, stores and any setup requiring
automatic routing of incoming and outgoing telephone calls. In a word, it is an ideal equipment
for users who wish to improve communication conditions, improve work efficiency, lower
expenses and update their telecommunication system with the latest technology.
1.2 Features
1. Top-quality elements of system hardware, ISO 9000 standard, excellent circuit design.
So a complete system is of advanced technology and high integrated level.
2. Programming can be made by regular phone
2 Installation
2.1 Before Installation
For easy and quick installation, it is strongly recommended that the user read and follow
the instructions carefully in order to utilize the telephone exchange to the fullest and avoid any
damages as a result of improper operation.
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2.2 System Appearance
!!!NOTE: the default numbers of extension ports marked 601-608 is 11-18.
2.3 Technical Parameter
Power Supply Voltage ----------------AC 220V or AC 110V, 50-60Hz
Power Dissipation ----------------------≤20VA
Exchange Mechanism-----------------Analog spatial division
Type of Telephone-----------------------Dual Tone Multi-Frequency
Communications Lines------------------108---2 1 for Ext.,1 for CO line ; 206---3; 308---7
Internal IC Power Supply ------------------------±5V
Distortion ---------------------------------≤10%
Ringing Voltage -------------------------AC 70V±10% 50HZ
Crosstalk Attenuation -----------------70 dB
Transmission Loss---------------------- 0.37 dB
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2.4 Pre-installation cautionary measures
Before installing the eMax please read carefully the following:
1. The telephone exchange shall be installed indoors in a properly ventilated environment.
(Temperature Range: 0-45°C, Humidity Range: 20%-80%. Avoid exposure of the eMAX to
sun or flammable or caustic gas.) Use standard telephone wire..
2. Leave clearance around the installation spot to allow heat dissipation, clear visibility for
periodical inspection and maintenance of the system.
3. A wall bore is available at the underside of mainframe for wall installation. Desk installation
is also admitted. But the contact of wall bolt and circuit board inside the mainframe should
be avoided.
4. Please keep the eMAX exchange away from other equipment producing large
electromagnetic interferences (such as large electric motors and transformers).
5. Do not lay the wiring to and from the eMax close to the electric power installation and of the
air Radio or TV antenna.
6. Avoid and accidental damage of the power-supply cable. Keep it away from water. In the
event that you notice any water leakage at the close area of the eMax you must cut off the
AC power immediately.
7. Please don't knock shake or drop the exchange at any situation. Don't open the eMax
cover when it is connected to the AC .
8. If forced to install the eMax nearby an interfering noise source the wiring should be
properly shielded and grounded.
2.5 Warning
1. Do not install during Lightning.
2. Avoid using the telephone during Lightning.
3. Please don't use the telephone in flammable and gas leaking environment.
4. Unless the equipment is disconnected, please don't touch the broken part of the wiring or
any connection ends.
● Note: Damages caused due to a Lightning strike are not considered as normal and ordinary
operation.
2.6 Installation procedure
2.6.1 Connecting C.O. lines & extensions to the unit:
1. Please connect the monomer-crystal with EXT. line and C.O. line separately;
2. Avoid shorts during wiring.
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3. Follow the marking on the eMax to make sure that you plug in the telephone
extensions and the C.O. lines to the proper telephone jacks.
2.6.2 Zero-load power-on inspection:
1. The operation voltage of this product is 110V AC. Before installing check out the
voltage of the AC outlet you intend to plug in the eMax. A UPS (Uninterrupted Power
Supply) backup is highly recommended.
2. Plug in the AC power line, and watch that the correct indications of the eMax are on.
3. Pick up the handset of extension 11(Port601). A sharper internal dial tone indicates
that the system is working normally. You can start to setup operation now.
2.7 Direct Access when Power Failure
In case of power failure the C.O. lines will connect to dedicated Extensions
automatically. The No.1 C.O. line will be connected to Ext. 11 and No.2 to Ext.12, No.3 to
Ext.13. During the power failure only these extensions could be used for telephone
communication. For the eMax 208 CO line 1 will be connected to Extension 11 and CO line
2 will be connected to Extension 12. For example when someone calls in on C.O. line 1
during a power failure, Ext.11 will ring, and you can pick up only Ext. 11 and talk with the
caller. Or, when a call is received on CO Line 2, Ext. 12 will ring and the call will be picked
up only from this extension.
3 System programming
3.1 Before programming
All programming must be carried out from extensions 11, 12, 13, 14; In order to be
able to program the eMax must be entered (as will be described in this paragraph)
into programming.
All extensions must be compatible with dual tone multi-frequency phone system.
Programming is one step at a time and always ends by simply pressing #. Don’t
hang up if something wrong occurs, simply press * to restart the program step.
When programming-extension which are in Direct-Dialing-Out mode press * to
enter the internal system, then follow the rest of the programming.
When a programming step is completed, a long beep indicates that the
programming is completed and saved in the system. In the event that a series of
short chirps is heard, it indicates an error in programming. Check it out and reset the
system. Only after a long beep is received you can continue to the next step.
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!!!NOTE: Extensions 601-608 actual numbers are 11-18 respectively (default setting)
Programming Reminder
First according paragraph 3.2.1 enter into system programming mode, and then begin to
program following the relevant instructions.
3.2 Basic Command
3.2.1 Enter into System Programming Status
Programming Steps (performed via Internal Extension
#
*
?
?
?
(Note:? ? ? ? symbolize any digits keyed from 0 to 9)
Since the factory default password is 0000, you must enter 0000 at the first time
Programming Steps (Direct dialing out mode):
0
0
0
*
#
*
?
?
?
#
?
?
0
Long Beep for
Confirmation
Enter
Note: Program via EXT11, or EXT.12, or EXT.13, or EXT. 14
3.2.2 Changing the Password
0
Programming Steps:
9
?
?
?
Example: Changing the password from “0000” to “5678”
In Programming
mode
Long Beep for
Confirmation
Hang up or continue to the
next step
Note: It is recommended that you change the password from the factory default.
3.2.3 Flash Time Setting
Programming Steps: 00F #
F=1 ---------0.8s
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?
F=2 ---------1.0s
F=3 ---------1.2s
F=4 ---------1.5s
F=5 ---------1.8s
Note: F is substituted by the actual flash time.
Application: For activation of hold and connecting incoming calls to other extensions
Default setting: F=2 (1.0s)
Example: Set the flash time to 1.2S
In Programming
mode
Hang up or continue to the
next step
Long Beep for
Confirmation
3.2.4 Return to Default Setting
Programming Steps: 0000 #
Description and Example: The system will restart with the default factory setting.
In Programming
mode
Long Beep for
Confirmation
Hang up or continue to the
next step
Note: This command has no effect on the status of enabling/disabling C.O. line.
3.3 Enabling/Disabling C.O. Lines
CO Lines must be defined before operating the e-Max
3.3.1 Enabling All C.O. Lines
0
Programming Steps:
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6
0
0
#
Long Beep for
Confirmation
In Programming
mode
Hang up or continue to the
next step
Note: In default all C.O. lines are in Enable mode.
3.3.2 Disabling All C.O. Lines
0
Programming Steps:
6
1
0
#
Description: Disabling all C.O. lines
3.3.3 Enabling C.O. Line number M
3.3.4 Programming Steps:
0
6
0
M #
Explanation: M: is C.O. line; No. 1 or 2
Description: Enable the M C.O. line
Example: Enabling C.O. line 1; Line 2 is note used
0 6 0 1 #
In Programming
mode
Long Beep for
Confirmation
0601 #
3.3.5 Disabling C.O. Line number M
Programming Steps:
0
6
1
M #
Explanation: M: is C.O. line; No. 1 or 2
Description: Disable the C.O. line M
Example: Disabling C.O. line 2; Line 2 is note used
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Hang up or continue to the
next step
0 6 1 2 #
In Programming
mode
Long Beep for
Confirmation
0601 #
Hang up or continue to the
next step
3.4 Programming Operating mode
3.4.1 Setting Auto-attendant Mode (OGM) for All C.O. Lines
Programming Steps:
1
0
#
Description: Configuring both C.O. lines to be connected in Auto-attendant Mode
(DISA --Direct Inward System Access status). In this mode, a Caller will hear the
OGM recorded message, while all extensions are in MUTE mode
Example: Setting both CO lines into Auto Attended Mode
In Programming mode
Long Beep for
Confirmation
Enter
Hang up or continue to the
next step
Notes:
1. In the event athat the caller doesn’t know the extension number, he can connect to the
operator by dialing “0”.
2. Outgoing Message must be recorded when setting this mode.
3.4.2 Setting Operator Mode for All C.O. Lines
Programming Steps:
1
1
#
Description: Configuring both C.O. lines into Operator mode. In this mode, the
operator extensions and other ringing extensions will ring when an incoming call
is received.
Example: Setting both CO lines into Operator Mode
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1
1
Enter
In Programming mode
#
Long Beep for
Confirmation
1 1
Hang up or continue to the
next step
3.4.3 Setting Auto-attendant Mode (OGM) for a Specific C.O. line
Programming Steps:
1
0
M #
Explanation: M: C.O. line No.1-No.2
Description: Configures C.O. line M to operate in Auto-attendant Mode (DISA
--Direct Inward System Access status).
Example: Set C.O. line 1 in Auto-Attendant mode, C.O. line 2 is in in operator mode.
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In Programming mode
0
M
#
Long Beep for
Confirmation
Enter 1 0 M #
Hang up or continue to the
next step
Notes:
1. If the caller doesn’t know the extension number, he can connect to the operator
by dialing “0”.
2. Outgoing Message must be record when setting this mode.
3.4.4 Setting Operator Mode for Specific C.O. line
Programming Steps:
1
1
M #
Explanation: M: C.O. line No.1-No.2
Description: allows C.O. line number M (M= 1or 2) to be in Operator mode.
Example: Set C.O. line 1 into operator mode, other C.O. line will in Auto-attendant
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mode.
1
In Programming mode
1
M
#
Hang up or continue to the
next step
Long Beep for
Confirmation
Enter 1 1 M #
3.5 OGM (Outgoing Message)
3.5.1 Recording OGM (Outgoing Message)
Programming Steps:
1
2
#
Description: Record an outgoing message for Direct Inward System Access
(DISA).
In programming Mode
Enter 1 2 #
Begin Recording after the Beep
End Recording after the Beep
Notes
1.
Maximum recording time is 12 seconds, a long beep indicates to start recording
of the OGM and another long beep indicated the end of the OGM recording.
2.
The new message will overwrite the old one.
3.
Please use high quality telephone to ensure high quality of recording.
4.
If the caller dials a number before the system finishes playing the message, the
system will terminate playing the message, waiting for the caller to complete
dialing.
5.
The caller will be connected to operator if he dials 0 first for inquiry.
3.5.2 Monitoring the recorded OGM
Programming Steps:
1
3
#
Description: Monitoring the recorded message in the OGM recording mode, lets
you check if the recording is satisfactory or not. In the event it is not satisfactory, or
it requires a modification repeat step 3.5.1
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In programming Mode
Enter 1 3 #
Message Playback starts after the
Beep
Message Playback atops after the
Beep
3.6 Monitoring the Holding Music
Programming Steps:
1
4
#
Description: Listen to the music during holding or test the quality of telephone unit.
In programming Mode
Enter 1 4 #
Background Music Playback Stops
after the Beep
Background Music Playback Starts
after the Beep
3.7 Configuring an Extension as Operator
Programming Steps:
1
5
N
#
Explanation: N: Ext. line No., (N=1-8)
Description: Assignment of any Extension as the operator line. In default setting,
Extension 12 is the operator. (For extension 12 N=2)
Example: Setting Ext.12 as operator
In programming Mode
Enter 1 5 2 #
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In operator mode, this programming doesn’t change the ringing extension
assignment
3.8 Configuring Extensions Ringing for CO Lines
3.8.1 Assign Ringing Extensions for Specific C.O. Line
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Programming Steps:
M N
0
#
Explanation: M: the C.O. line No. M=1 or2; N: the Ext. line No. N= 1 – 8 (11-18)
Description: In operator mode when a call comes in C.O. line M, the ring will be
heard on Extension N.
Factory Default Setting: All Extension ring when a call comes in.
Example: Setting Extensions 6 and 7 to ring when a call comes in on C.O. line 2.
In programming Mode
Enter
Long Beep for
confirmation
Long Beep for
confirmation
Enter
Enter
Long Beep for
confirmation
3.8.2 Disable Ringing Ext. for Certain C.O. Line
3
M N
1
#
Programming Steps:
Description: Disable Extension N ring when a call comes in on C.O. line M.
Example: Extension 1 will not ring when a call comes in on CO Line 1
3
In programming Mode
1
1
1
Enter 3 1 1 1 #
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Long Beep for confirmation
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3.8.3 Disable All Extensions Ringing for Certain C.O. Line
3
Programming Steps:
M #
Description: Disable all extensions ring when calling of No. M C.O. line comes in.
Notes:
1. This function is in Operator Mode only.
2. This programming is for C.O. line Incoming call only. The extension, which is
not configured, to ring will ring when an Intercom Call is received and for
Call Transfer.
3. This function is a way to setup selected extensions as do not disturb mode
4. In Disabling All Extensions from Ringing status, the system will set all
Extensions To ring automatically when the C.O. line comes in.
3.9 Auto-attendant switching to extension when if caller does not make a decision
3.9.1 Cut off C.O. Line
1
Programming Steps:
6
0
#
Description: When in auto-attendant mode, if the person calling in on a C.O. line
doesn't dial the extension number within 5 seconds after hearing the OGM, the C.O.
line will be cut off automatically.
Default setting: The C.O. line will be cut off if the caller does not dial an extension
number.
3.9.2 Transfer to Operator
Programming Steps:
1
6
1
#
Description: In auto-attendant mode, if the caller on a C.O. line doesn't dial the
extension within 5 seconds after hearing the OGM, the C.O. line will be transferred to
the Operator.
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In programming Mode
Enter
Long Beep for
confirmation
3.10 Dialing-out Mode Setting
3.10.1 Set Indirect-Dialing-Out Mode for All Extension
Programming Steps:
2
1
#
Description: Indirect-Dialing-Out mode for all the Extensions (dialing 9 for
outgoing).
3.10.2 Set Indirect-Dialing-Out Mode for Certain Extensions
2
Programming Steps:
N
1
#
Explanation: N: the Ext. line No., N = 1 - 8
Description: Indirect-Dialing-Out mode for Extension. N (dialing 9 for outgoing).
Example: Set Indirect-Dialing-Out mode for Ext.18 (corresponds to N=8)
In programming Mode
Enter
Long Beep for
confirmation
Note: When in default 208 is Indirect-Dialing-Out mode
3.10.3 Set Direct-Dialing-Out Mode for All Extensions
Programming Steps:
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18
0
#
Description: set Direct-Dialing-Out mode for all the Extensions.
3.10.4 Set Direct-Dialing-Out Mode for Certain Extensions
2
Programming Steps:
N
0
#
Explanation: N: is Extension Line No., N = 1 - 8
Description: set Direct-Dialing-Out mode for Extension .N.
Example: Set Direct-Dialing-Out mode for Ext.17
In programming Mode
Long Beep for
confirmation
Enter
Notes:
1. In Direct-Dialing-Out mode, extension make intercom call should dial *first, then
dial the extension number.
2. No need dial 9 before outgoing call.
3.11 Outgoing Calls: Restrictions and Class Assignment
It is possible to assign restriction on outgoing call for to each extension. First you must
define the prefixed group of numbers for outgoing call restriction in the relevant groups,
then assign the extension to the relevant class.
3.11.1 Class Assignment for All Extensions
Programming Steps:
4
0
L
#
Explanation: L: class number, L= 0 - 6
Description: Assign dialing-out class L for all Extension.
L=1: no restrictions
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L=2: call out with restriction of International long-distance dialing
L=3: call out with restriction of domestic long-distance dialing
L=4: call out with restriction initial of Group A. (See paragraphs
3.12.1 and 3.12.2)L=5: call out with restriction initial of Group B.
(See paragraphs 3.12.5 and 3.12.6)
L=6: only for intercom call
L=0: only for some special calling number
Example: Assign the calling class to be 3 for all extensions.
In programming Mode
Long Beep for
confirmation
Enter
Notes:
1. In default, the class for all extensions is 4.
2. This command enables a user to set class restriction on extensions in a fast and
convenient way, especially when most extensions have the same class.
For example: If you want set extension 13 to class 3 and extension 18 to class 4,
and the rest extensions to class 5, you can set the restriction rank to be 5 for all
extensions and later change the restriction class to 3 for extension 13 and 4 for 18
3.11.2 Class Assignment for Certain Extensions
Programming Steps:
Explanation:
4
0
N
L
#
N: Ext. line No., N = 1 - 8
L: class number, L= 0 - 6
Description: Assign dialing-out class L for certain Extensions. N
Example: Assign class 3 for Ext.16
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In programming Mode
Long Beep for
confirmation
Enter
3.12 Setting Restriction Item (A/B)
3.12.1 Setting Restrictions of Group numbers A (Class 4)
4
Format:
1
Q
A
B
C
D
#
Explanation: Definition of up to 16 number groups (cells 01-16) with up to 4 digits
to be blocked from dialing out in Class L=4.
ABCD: the first 4 digits of the calling number to be blocked. It should be
ended with # if the group has less than 4-digits.
Q --- Cell numbers from 01 to 16. Where each group of blocked numbers is
stored.
Description: Restricting out going call- numbers starting with ABCD
Example: Cell 01 is stored with number having first digits 573 and cell 02 is stored
with number having first digits168.
In programming Mode
Enter
Long Beep for
confirmation
Long Beep for
confirmation
3.12.2 Clearing Restrictions of Group A numbers Item A
Programming Steps:
4
1
Q
#
Explanation: Q --- Cell numbers from 01 to 16. Where each group of blocked
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numbers is stored.
Description: Clear
cell Q.
restrictions of out going calls for certain numbers stored in
Example: Clearing the ct restriction of out going calls for numbers with initial
digits—573 of group 01,
In programming Mode
Long Beep for
confirmation
Enter
3.12.3 Clearing All Restriction of Group A numbers
Programming Steps:
4
1
#
Description: Clearing all the out going calls restrictions of certain numbers in group
A
3.12.4 Setting Restrictions of Group Numbers B (Class 5)
Programming Steps:
4
2
Q
A
B
C
D
#
Explanation: Definition of up to 16 cells each storing numbers with up to 4 digits to
be blocked from dialing out in Class L=5
ABCD: the first 4 digits of the out going number to be blocked. It should be ended
with # if the group has less than 4-digits.
Q - Cell numbers from 01 to 16. Where each group of blocked numbers is stored.
Description: Restricting out going call- numbers starting with ABCD
Example: Cell 01 is stored with number having first digits 575 and cell 02 is stored
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with number having first digits161.
In programming Mode
Enter
Long Beep for
confirmation
Long Beep for
confirmation
Enter
1. Item B can lock 16 groups of initial digits.
2. Restrict Item B only works for dialing-out class 5.
3.12.5 Clearing Restrictions of Group B Numbers
Programming Steps:
4
2
Q
#
Explanation: Q: Cell numbers from 01 to 16. Where each group of blocked
numbers is stored.
Description: Clearing the restriction of certain out going numbers Stored in cell
number Q.
3.12.6 Clear All Restriction of Item B
4
Programming Steps:
2
#
Description: Clearing the restrictions of all outgoing numbers in Group B.
3.13 Assign Special Calling-out Number
3.13.1 Assign Specific outgoing numbers for Class 0
Programming Steps:
4
3
P
A
B
C
D
#
Explanation: ABCD: the first digits of the outgoing permitted number to be dialed. It
should be ended with # if less than 4-digits.
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P --- The cell number from 01 to 16 where the permitted numbers are stored.
Description: Permit to dial the phone numbers starting with <ABCD> only.
Example: Ext.15 is be assigned dialing-out class 0, now you want Ext.15 can dial
the numbers with initial digits – 0592,179.
In programming Mode
Enter
Long Beep for
confirmation
Long Beep for
confirmation
Enter
3.13.2 Clear Permission of Certain Group
4
Programming Steps:
3
P
#
Explanation: P: The cell number where the permitted group of numbers is stored
P=01 to 16.
Description: Cancellation of permission of a certain group of outgoing numbers
stored in cell P
3.13.3 Clear All Permission
4
Programming Steps:
3
#
Description: Cancellation of all the permission of the previously defined numbers.
3.14 Time Limitation for outgoing calls from an Extension
3.14.1 Setting outgoing calls
Programming Steps:
time limit
6
N
T
T
#
Explanation: N: the EXT No. (N = 1 – 8)
TT: the time restriction duration (2 digits), should be in 01-99 minutes.
Description: Setting extension N maximum outgoing call duration to be cut off after
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TT minutes.
Note: This function limits only the time of outgoing calls.
Example: Set Ext.14 outgoing call maximum duration to 8 minutes
In programming Mode
Long Beep for
confirmation
Enter
Hang
3.14.2 Clear Calling Time Restriction
Programming Steps:
6
N
0
0
#
Explanation: N: the EXT No. N = 1 - 8
Description: Clear the Ext N outgoing call duration restriction.
Example: Clear the Ext.14 outgoing call duration restriction.
In programming Mode
Enter
Long Beep for
confirmation
Hang
3.15 Allow Extensions to Use Certain C.O. Line / Restrict
3.15.1 Allow All Extensions to Use Certain C.O. Line
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Programming Steps:
M #
Explanation: M: C.O. line No, M = 1 - 2
Description: This function allows all extensions to use C.O line M.
Example: Allow all extensions to use C.O. line2
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In programming Mode
Long Beep for
confirmation
Enter
Note:
1. This function is for the outgoing calls only and will not affect the function of C.O
line ringing assignment.
3.15.2 Allow Certain Extensions to Use Certain C.O. Line
Programming Steps:
7
M N
0
#
Explanation: M: C.O. line No, M = 1 -2; N: Ext. No, N = 1 - 8
Description: This function allows outgoing calls from selected extension(s) N to use
selected C.O. line (M).
Example: Allow Ext.16 can use C.O. line 2
In programming Mode
Long Beep for
confirmation
Enter
Hang
3.15.3 Restrict Certain Extensions from using Certain C.O. Line.
Programming Steps:
7
M N
1
Explanation: M: C.O. line No, M = 1 – 3;
#
N: Ext. No, N = 1 - 8
Description: This function restrict the Ext. N to use C.O. line M
Example: Restrict extension 18from using C.O. line 2
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Long Beep for
confirmation
Enter
In programming Mode
Hang
3.16 Assignment of Numbers to Extensions
Programming Steps:
9
N a
b
c d #
Explanation:
N: Extension number according location, N = 1 - 8,
abcd: the new number, 1 to 4 digit number, if new Ext number not exceeding to
4-digit number, press # in the end.
Description: Change old Ext number to new Ext number “abcd”
Example: Change Ext 16 to 806
Enter
In programming Mode
Long Beep for
confirmation
Hang
Notes:
1. The new numbers range from 1-8999.
2. Do not duplicate extension numbers.
3. When assigning number to extensions start first with the first extension
N=1.
4. When assigning numbers to extensions do not use the following numbers:
0, 9, 20, 200, 2000. These numbers are set aside for Block numbers of
telephone numbers restriction
3.
The number of digits for assigned extension numbers must be equal. ( all:
1, 2, 3, or 4 digits)
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3.16.1 Restoring Extension Numbers to default numbers
Programming Steps:
9
0
0
0
0
#
Description: Restore extension numbers to default setting, that is: from 11
through18.
4 Operating Instructions
4.1
Get a CO line to perform an Outgoing Calls
The eMax 208 could be configured for 3 dialing modes
4.1.1 Dialing Outgoing Calls
Operating Steps: Pick up the handset after hearing the internal dialing tone dial 9, ,
after hearing the C.O. line dialing dial the desired number.
Description: When the Ext extension is in Indirect-Dialing-Out mode, you’ll hear the
internal dialing tone after picking up the handset, dial 9 then this will connect you to
enter the C.O. line. After hearing the CO line tone , you may dial the desired number.
after hearing the C.O. line dialing tone.
Example: You call out with Calling number 80129876 in Indirect-Dialing-Out mode
Enter
Enter
Listen to
Notes;
1. The user should dial 9 within 15 seconds after hearing the internal dialing tone.
2. If Extension is in Direct-Dialing-Out mode, pick up the handset and dial desired
number directly after hearing the C.O. line tone. In this mode you can redial the
last telephone number.
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4.1.2 Outgoing call dialing from a chosen CO Line
Operating Steps:
#
1
M
Note: For programming Indirect-Dialing-Out mode, refer chap 3.
Explanation: M: C.O. line port number
Description: In some occasion, the user may choose to make an outward call from
a specific line. M=1 or 2.
Example: At Indirect-Dialing-Out mode, the user calls out using C.O. line 2
2
Enter # 12
If the Ext is at Direct-Dialing-Out mode, you should input: * # 1M.
4.1.3 Automatically Callback when line is Busy
Operating Steps: If line is busy enter
#
0
then hang up.
Description: When in indirect-Dialing-Out mode, this operation will cause the
extension to ring back automatically when a C.O. line become free.
Example:
Enter
Notes:
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1. When a C.O. line becomes free, the extension will ring back automatically. The ring
duration is 10 seconds. During this time you must pick up the call, otherwise the
call cancelled.
2. If the extension is at Direct-Dialing-Out mode, you should input: * # 0 then hang up.
4.2 Internal Calls between Extensions
4.2.1 Extension to extension Call when in Indirect-Dialing-Out Mode.
Operating Steps: Dial the Ext. number directly.
Example: Call Ext.18
Note: Internal extension to extension (Intercom) calls are free of charge.
4.2.2 Extension to extension Call at Direct-Dialing-Out Mode
* Ext number
Operating Steps:
Description: Making internal calls from an extension when in Direct-Dialing-Out
mode.
Example: Call the Ext.18
*
Enter
4.2.3 Call All Extension when in Indirect-Dialing-Out Mode
Operating Steps: Dial 20 or 200 or 2000
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Note: This is the Default setting for all extension Group numbers. Description:
Extension Group numbering is as follows:
20 - is Extension Group is with designated extension number of two digits
(default setting 11-18)
200 - is Extension Group is with designated extension number of three digits
(such as 601-608). t
2000 - is Extension Group is with designated extension number of four digits
(such as 1001-1008)..
Note:
1. If the Ext is at Direct-Dialing-Out mode, you should input: * 20
4.3 Answering Calls
4.3.1 Answering Calls in Operator Mode
The Extensions (s), which are programmed to ring, will ring when an incoming call is
received. Pick up the phone and answer the call directly. In default mode, Ext.11 and
Ext.12 will ring.
4.3.2 Answering Calls when in Auto-attendant Mode
When a call is received none of the extensions will ring. The caller will hear the OGM
and will follow its directions to select the proper extension.
If the caller dials “0” for the operator extension will ring. In case that the
operator’s extension is busy, you can use the function 4.9.3 “Call Forwarding
When Ext is Busy”
4.3.3 Call Pick Up
Operating Steps: (Indirect-Dialing-Out mode)
#
9
Description: Allows you to answer an incoming or internal call (direct or transferred)
that is ringing on another extension.
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Pick up the handset of a nonringing extension
Enter
Notes:
1.
If the extension is in Direct-Dialing-Out mode, you should enter: * # 9.
4.4 Putting Line on Hold
Operating Steps:
Line on hold
Restore
Flash # #
*
#
9
Description: When on a call on one line and a call is received on the other CO line,
flashing and entering twice # # will puts your caller on hold. While waiting, your caller
will hear background music. After putting your caller on hold you can either pick up
the other call (enter #9), transfer the new call, or Dialing Out etc. To restore the
connection with the first caller awaiting on the other line, just enter * # 9 (restore)
Note: The maximum time that a caller on a C.O. line could be put on hold is 2
minutes.
4.5 Call Transfer
Operating Steps: Flash the hook (or press the FLASH button) then dial the wanted
extension number.
Description: Allow you to transfer an incoming call to another Ext.
Example: Extension.15 transfers the incoming call to Ext .17 by flashing the hook
(or pressing the FLASH) and dialing 17.
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Enter
on call
(Flash)
Notes: There are 8 possibilities after a call is transferred from one extension to another
(Extension A to B)
1. A does not hang up and B picks up his handset. Communication between A and B
is established while the outside caller is on hold (music on hold). Whoever hang up
first (A or B), the system will transfer outside caller to the other person.
2. A does not hang up and B does not answer A within 25 seconds. Then A will restore
the connection with CO. line, and B will stop ringing.
3. A hangs up and B answers the call; B will answer the outside caller.
4. A hangs up and B does not answer the call within 25 seconds. The call will go back
to A , if A does not pick up the call within 30 seconds or A is busy, the system will cut
off the line.
5. After A flashes the hook and hears the error massage indicating that the system is
busy, A can continue to flash the hook (or press the FLASH button) until the error
massage disappears.
6. A make an invalid operation or B is busy. After the system indicates it with 3 beeps,
A can repeat the operation again.
7. A hangs up and B does not pick up. A picks it up again and presses: # 9 (If the
extension is in Direct-Dialing-Out mode, you should enter: *# 9), then A will restore
the connection with C.O. line.
8. Extension A which transfers the call (flash the hook), puts Co. line on hold (hearing
music) until Extension A dials the correct wanted extension number or flashes the
hook again to go back to the caller who is on hold.
4.6 Answering Waiting Calls during a telephone conversation
4.6.1 Call Waiting Received on the same CO line
When an extension is connected to a C.O. line, and another call is received on the
same extension, one beep will be heard to indicate a call waiting to switch to the other
call:
Flash the hook or press the FLASH button, you will hear dial tone.
Press “#8” to switch to the other Co. line. The first conversation is now on hold
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Flash the hook again and press #8 to take back the first call which is on hold.
Repeat the above to switch back and fort between the original call and the
second incoming call.
4.6.2 Call Waiting Received on the Other CO line
When an extension is connected to a C.O. line, and a call is received from another
extension, 3 beeps will be heard to indicate a call waiting Toto switch to the other call:
Flash the hook or press the FLASH button, you will hear dial tone.
Press “#9” to switch to the other Co. line. The first conversation is now on hold
Flash the hook again and press #9 to take back the first call which is on hold.
Repeat the above to switch back and fort between the original call and the
second incoming call.
4.6.3 Call Waiting Received from a Doorphone
When an extension is connected to a C.O. line, and a call is received from a doorphone,
2 beeps will be heard to indicate a call waiting. To switch to the call:
Flash the hook or press the FLASH button, you will hear dial tone.
Press “#9” to switch to the other Co. line. The first conversation is now on hold
You can repeat the switch between the extension and panel only one time.
4.7 Secretary Function (Outgoing Call Transfer Function)
Operating Steps: Flash the hook then dial the extension number
Description: This function lets you make an outgoing call from one extension then
divert and connect other extension to C.O. line
Example: extension 15 makes an outward call then transfers the call to extension
11.
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Note
1. Extension number should be entered within 5 seconds after flashing the hook (or
press FLASH button) and hearing the internal dialing tone, otherwise you’ll be
switched back to the C.O. line again.
4.8 Three Way Conference (1 C.O. Line and 2 Extensions)
Operating Steps: Flash the hook (or press FLASH
button) and * and Extension number N
Flash
*
N
Description: Add a third party to a two-party conversation and make a three-party
conference. You can have only two extensions connected to one C.O. line.
Example: Extension 15 is talking to a caller on the CO line and he want to add a
caller on extension17. After completing the steps extensions 15, 17 and C.O. line
can talk at the same time.
Extension 15 is is on call to
CO Line
Enter
(Flash)
Notes;
1. There may be following 2 cases after a call is transferred from A to B.
a
A does not hang up and B picks up his handset. Communication between the
extensions is established. If one of both A or B disconnects the other will remain
with the CO line.
b
A does not hang up and B does not answer the ring from within 25 seconds.
The phone at Extension B will stop ringing and the call will go back to A.
2. The extension, which transfers the call, has 5 seconds to dial the wanted extension
number, otherwise his incoming call will come back to him again.
4.9 Call Forwarding
4.9.1 Setting Call Forwarding (Indirect Dialing Mode)
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Operating Steps: then hang up
#
81
N
N=11-18
Explanation: N is the selected extension number.
Description: Allows the extension user to transfer incoming calls automatically to
the selected extension.
Example: The user of extension15 forwards all of his calls to extension 17, where
he plans to go over.
Long Beep for
confirmation
Enter
4.9.2 Clear Call Forwarding (Indirect Direct Dialing Mode)
#
Operating Steps:
81
#
Explanation: N is the selected extension number.
Description: Clears all Call forwarding set in the previous step.
Example: The user of extension 15 clears the call forwarding
#
Long Beep for
confirmation
Enter # 81 #
4.9.3
Setting Call Forwarding (Direct Dialing Mode)
Operating Steps:
*
#
81
N
N=11-18
Explanation: N is the selected extension number.
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Description: Allows the extension user to transfer incoming calls automatically to
the selected extension.
Example: The user of extension15 forwards all of his calls to extension 17, where
he plans to go over.
*
Long Beep for
confirmation
Enter
4.9.4 Clear Call Forwarding (Direct Dialing Mode)
Operating Steps:
*
#
81
#
then hang up
#
N=11-18
Explanation: N is the selected extension number.
Description: Clear Call forwarding in this mode.
Example: The user of extension15 clears the call forwarding
# #
Long Beep for
confirmation
Enter # 81 # #
1. .
4.9.5 Call Forwarding When Extension is Busy or nobody is Available (Indirect Direct
Dialing Mode)
Operating Steps:
#
82
N
then hang up
N=11-18
Explanation: N is the selected extension number.
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Description: Allows the extension user to transfer incoming calls automatically to
the selected extension when line is busy or nobody answers the ring for 25Sec.
Example: when line is busy or nobody answers the user of extension15 forwards all
of his calls to extension 12,
Enter
Long Beep for
confirmation
4.9.6 Clear Setting Call Forwarding When Ext is Busy (Indirect Direct Dialing Mode)
#
Operating Steps:
82
#
N=11-18
Explanation: N is the selected extension number.
Description: Clear Call forwarding in this mode when extension is busy or nobody
answers a ring within 25sec.
4.9.7 Call Forwarding When Extension is Busy or nobody is Available (Direct Dialing
Mode)
Same procedure as in paragraph 4.9.5.except, when programming add * in front of
#82N.
4.9.8 Clear Setting Call Forwarding When Ext is Busy (Direct Dialing Mode)
Same procedure as in paragraph 4.9.5.except, when programming add * in front of
#82#.
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4.10 Identifying extension number
Operating Steps:
#
Indirect Dialing Mode)
Direct-Dialing-Out mode
61
*
#
61
Description: During installing and testing of the system, it is very convenient to find
out the extension number. Identification is by beeps.
Example: Entering # 61 on Extension 13 will prompt 1 beep, about 1.5 seconds
later, you will hear 3 beeps one after another. This indicates that this is extension 13.
Long Beep for
confirmation
Enter
3 Continues
beeps for
confirmation
Notes:
1.
10 consecutive beeps indicate “0”
4.11 Priority Access and Monitoring
4.11.1 Monitoring Doorphone
#
Programming Steps:
71
Description: To monitor the doorphone.
4.11.2 Monitoring a busy CO line
Programming Steps: # 7 9 M (M=1-2 for the CO line port number).
#
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M
Indirect Dialing out Mode
*
Direct dialing out
#
79
M
Mode
Description: Establishing direct connection with CO line while this line is occupied.
This feature ensures that a director or owner of a company is able to monitor the
communication on a CO line.
Note: For this function only extension 11 has priority access.
Example: Establishing priority access to C.O. line 3.
#793
Pick up 11
Input #7 9 3
Note:
2.
1. The person monitoring the CO line has the sole legal responsibility.
4.12 Connect with Operator Directly
Operating Steps: 0
Description: extension will connect with operator directly
Note: If the Extension is at Direct-Dialing-Out mode, enter: * 0.
4.13 Don’t Disturb
4.13.1 Setting Don’t Disturb
Programming Steps:
Indirect Dialing Out Mode:
Direct Dialing Out Mode
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83
*
#
40
83
Description: “Don’t Disturb” setting for the extension, terminates ringing of the
extension..
Enter
Long Beep for
confirmation
If the Ext is at Direct-Dialing-Out mode, you should input: * # 83
4.13.2 Clearing Don’t Disturb
Programming Steps: Pick-up the handset
Description: To cancel “Don’t disturb’ function, you just pick up the handset.
5 Glossary
Programming extension-----------------Extension No.11, 12, 13, 14(Port 601,602,603,604)
EFGH----------------------------------------4 digits of programming password
N-----------------------------------------------Series number of the extensions (1-8 with corresponding
input ports 1-8) (one digits)
abcd------------------------------------------Number of the extension(1-8999,except for the digits with
the first digit of 0 or 9,outward code of special trunk line, in equal
length)is accordance with N.
M-----------------------------------------------Series number of the exterior line (No.1-3with
corresponding input ports of Line 1- 3, thereinto,108---M=1;
206---M=1-2; 308---M=1-3)
P-----------------------------------------------Licensed Group Number (01-16)
Q-----------------------------------------------First-digit restrict group number (01-16)
ABCD-----------------------------------------Licensed or restricted number of first 1-4 digits, end for #
L-----------------------------------------------Classification
TT----------------------------------------------Time in minute for call duration control, ranges from (01
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to 99)
F------------------------------------------------Flash time.
6 Default Settings
● Operating mode: All C.O. lines are in Operator mode.
● Dialing out mode: eMax 208 is in Indirect-Dialing-Out mode. Dialing “9” for outgoing calls
● All C.O. lines are ungrouped
● Operator: Ext. 12
● for C.O.line incoming call: All extensions ring at the same time.
● Extension service class assignment: 4(Restrict Item A )
● Time Restriction: None.
● Flash time: 1.0s
● No outgoing extension is assigned to a Certain C.O. line.
● Extension number: 11 to 18
● Restrict Item A / Item B: No setting
● Special Calling-out Number: No setting
7 System Programming & Operation Instruction
7.1 Index of Basic Operation
Description
Indirect-Dialing-Out
mode Command
1 Outward Dialing
Direct
mode
–dialing-out
9 + desired number desired number
2 Outward Dialing by a Exclusive Line(except # 1 M
108)
*#1M
3 Intercom calling
Ext number
*+Ext number
4 Call Transfer
Pat hook + Ext number
5 Secretary Function
Pat hook + Ext number
6 3-Party Conference Call
Pat hook + * + Ext number
7 Caller on holding except 108
Pat hook + # #
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Description
Indirect-Dialing-Out
mode Command
Direct
mode
8 Call Pickup
#9
*#9
9 Call switch
Pat hook + # 9
10
–dialing-out
R key(for waiting call function on the same Pat hook +# 8
line)
setting:
number
11 Call Forwarding Directly except 108
clear :
#81 +Ext *#81+Ext Number
#81#
*#81#
Setting:
#82 +Ext *#82+Ext number
Call Forwarding when Ext is busy or nobody number
12
available except 108
clear : #82#
*#82#
13 Automatically Call back Busy- come on # 0
except 108
*#0
14 Automatic Reporting of Ext number (voice) # 61
except 108
* # 61
15 Connect with Operator Directly except 108 0
*0
16 Monitor the doorphone
*#71
#71
17 Priority Access and Monitoring (only Ext.11) # 79 M
* # 7 9M
18 Setting Don't disturb except 108
*#83
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7.2 Index of system programming
No.
Description
Command
1
Start the System Programming
(*) # *EFGH
2
Change the System Password
09 EFGH#
2
Return to Default Setting
0000 #
3
Enable all C.O. lines
0600 #
4
Disable all C.O. lines
0610 #
5
Enable No. M C.O. line except 108
060M #
6
All C.O. lines in Auto-attendant Mode except 108
7
C.O. line M in Auto-attendant Mode
8
All C.O. lines in Operator Mode except 108
9
C.O. line M in Operator Mode
10
OGM Recording except 108
12 #
11
OGM Play except 108
13 #
12
Monitor Holding Music except 108
14 #
13
Setting Operator except 108
15 N #
14
System option for no dialing in The DISA----Cut off C.O. line
except 108
160 #
15
System option for no dialing in The DISA----Transfer to
Operator except 108
161 #
16
Direct-Dialing-Out mode for Ext.N
2N0#
17
Indirect-Dialing-Out mode for Ext.N
2N1 #
18
Direct-Dialing-Out mode for all the Exts.
20 #
19
Indirect-Dialing-Out mode for all the Exts
21 #
20
Enable Extension N ring When calling of No. M C.O. line
come in
except 108
except 108
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10 #
10 M #
11 #
11 M #
3MN0 #
No.
Description
Command
21
Disable Extension N ring When calling of No. M C.O. line
come in
3MN1 #
22
Disable all Extension ring When calling of No. M C.O. line
come in
3M #
23
Assign dialing-out class L for certain Ext. N
24
Assign dialing-out class L for all Exts
25
Restrict the Certain Numbers from item A
26
To cancel the restriction of item A
41 #
27
To clear group Q of restriction item A
41Q#
28
Restrict the Certain Numbers from item B
29
To cancel the restriction of item B
42 #
30
To clear group Q of restriction item B
42Q#
31
Assign Special Calling-out Numbers
43 P ABCD #
32
To cancel the permission of special calling-out numbers
33
To cancel group P of special calling-out numbers.
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Time Restrict Setting
6N TT #
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To cancel time restrict
6N00 #
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Assign the extensions N outgoing to use the certain C.O. line
(M) except 108
7MN0 #
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To restrict the Extension N to use C.O. line M. except 108
7MN1 #
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Allow every Extension to use C.O. line M except 108
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The Exts number return to the default setting
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To change the Extension N to new number "abcd"
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40NL #
40L #
41 Q ABCD #
42 Q ABCD #
43 #
43 P #
7M #
9000 #
9Nabcd #
8 Door-phone Functions
8.1 Door-phone connector
It is recommended to connect the doorphone to extension 18.
The ring from the doorphone is distinctively different from ring received from another
extension or incoming calls on the CO line.
As factory default all extension will ring when a call is received from the doorphone.
During programming of the eMax extensions 11-18 are referred to N=1-8.
8.2 Configuration of an extension for doorphone hookup
Programming Steps
Enter into programming mode (paragraph 3.2.1)
Receive a confirmation tone
Enter 80, N (Extension number N=1-8), #
Receive a confirmation tone
8.3 Cancellation of extension configuration for doorphone hookup
Programming Steps
80 01 #
Enter into programming mode (paragraph 3.2.1)
Receive a confirmation tone
Enter 80, 01, #
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Receive a confirmation tone
8.4 Definition of Ringing extensions for doorphone calls
Programming Steps
82 N #
Enter into programming mode (paragraph 3.2.1)
Receive a confirmation tone
Enter 82, N (Extension number N=1-8), #
Receive a confirmation tone
8.5 Definition of Ringing extensions for doorphone calls
Programming Steps
82 N #
Enter into programming mode (paragraph 3.2.1)
Receive a confirmation tone
Enter 82, N (Extension number N=1-8), #
Receive a confirmation tone
Note: To Define that all extensions ring for a call received from a doorphone N=20.
8.6 No extension shall ring for doorphone calls
Programming Steps
82 #
Enter into programming mode (paragraph 3.2.1)
Receive a confirmation tone
Enter 82, N (Extension number N=1-8), #
Receive a confirmation tone
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8.7 Communication with Doorphone and Remote Door Opening
To open the door from an extension receiving a call form the doorphone, lift the
phone and enter 8.
To answer a call from a doorphone at a non-ringing extension, lift the phone and
enter # and 9.
To answer a call from the doorphone during a call (call waiting), hit the flash and
after receiving a dialing tone, enter # and 9.
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