The Business Telephone Specialists
G1-824
G2-832
G2-1648
Digital Telephone System
ISDN Digital Telephone System
Installation &
Programming
Manual V2.1.2
Notification
Notification is hereby given that Auto Telecom Company Ltd. reserves the right to modify, change, update or
revise this document from time to time as required without the prior obligation to notify any person, company or
organization. Further, Auto Telecom makes no warranty or representation, either express or implied, with respect
to merchantability, or fitness of its products for a particular purpose.
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Issue 1.7 / February, 2007
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Installation Safety Precautions:
1. Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
2. Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is specifically designed for wet locations.
3. Never touch un-insulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been
disconnected at the network interface.
4. Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines.
The HYBREX G1-G2 utilizes a 3-pin grounding power supply cord. This cord is not to be attached to
any building surfaces. When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce
the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to persons, including the following:
1. Read and understand all instructions.
2. Follow all warnings and instruction marked on the
product.
3. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol
cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
4. Do not use this product near water, for example, near a
bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a
wet basement, or near a swimming pool.
5. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or
table. The product may fall, causing serious damage
to the product.
6. Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or
bottom are provided for ventilation, to protect it from
overheating, these openings must not be blocked or
covered. The openings should never be blocked by
placing the product on the bed, sofa, rug, or other
similar surface. This product should never be placed
near or over a radiator or heat register. This product
should not be placed in a built-in installation unless
proper ventilation is provided.
7. This product should be operated only from the type of
power source indicated on the marking label. If you
are not sure of the type of power supply to your home
or office, consult your dealer or local power company.
8. The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment
and shall be easily accessible.
9. This product is equipped with a three wire grounding
type plug, this plug will only fit into a grounding type
power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are
unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your
electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not
defeat the safety purpose of the grounding type plug.
10. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do
not locate this product where the cord will be damaged
by persons walking on it.
11. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as
this can result in the risk of fire or electric shock.
12. Never push objects of any kind into this product
through cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short out parts that could result in a
risk of fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any
kind on the product.
13. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
disassemble this product, but take it to a qualified
service man when some service or repair work is
required. Opening or removing covers may expose
you to dangerous voltages or other risks. Incorrect
reassemble can cause electric shock when the
appliance is subsequently used.
14. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer
servicing to qualified service personnel under the
following conditions:
A. When the power supply cord or plug is damaged or
frayed.
B. If liquid has been spilled into the product.
C. If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
D. If the product does not operate normally by
following the operating instructions. Adjust only
those control, that are covered by the operating
instructions because improper adjustment of other
controls may result in damage and will often require
extensive work by a qualified technician to restore
the product to normal operation.
E. If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has
been damaged.
F. If the product exhibits a distinct change in
performance.
15. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type)
during an electrical storm. There may be a remote
risk of electric shock from lightning.
16. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the
vicinity of the leak.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
HYBREX G1-824 / G2-832 / G2-1648
ISDN Digital Telephone System
General Description - Installation - Programming Manual
Table of Contents
NOTIFICATION ....................................................................................................................................................................II
GENERAL DESCRIPTION - INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................ 1
FCC RULES AND REGULATION ....................................................................................................................................... 1
FCC REGISTRATION NUMBER ................................................................................................................................................ 1
RINGER EQUIVALENCE NUMBER 0.3B. .................................................................................................................................. 1
NOTIFICATION OF THE TELEPHONE COMPANY ........................................................................................................................ 1
DIRECT CONNECTION TO A PARTY-LINE OR COIN OPERATED TELEPHONE LINE IS PROHIBITED............................................. 1
INCIDENCE OF HARM TO THE TELEPHONE LINES .................................................................................................................... 1
COMPATIBILITY OF THE TELEPHONE NETWORK AND TERMINAL EQUIPMENT......................................................................... 2
RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE ........................................................................................................................................ 2
CTR 21 (98/482/EC) DECLARATION NETWORK COMPATIBILITY ......................................................................... 2
ISDN INSTALLATION .......................................................................................................................................................... 2
ECONOMY AND EFFICIENCY.................................................................................................................................................... 3
EASY INSTALLATION .............................................................................................................................................................. 4
EASY MAINTENANCE .............................................................................................................................................................. 4
FLEXIBILITY OF SYSTEM APPLICATIONS ................................................................................................................................. 4
VARIED EXTENSION ALTERNATIVES....................................................................................................................................... 4
DIGITAL TWIN PORT ............................................................................................................................................................... 4
HYBRID PHONE ....................................................................................................................................................................... 4
FULL ISDN FEATURES ............................................................................................................................................................ 5
LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY ..................................................................................................................................................... 5
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (KEY SERVICE UNIT) ............................................................................................................. 6
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (BATTERY BACK UP HOUSING) ............................................................................................. 6
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................................................................... 6
FEATURES .............................................................................................................................................................................. 7
SYSTEM FEATURES ................................................................................................................................................................. 7
STATION FEATURES ................................................................................................................................................................ 9
PARTS & PERIPHERALS................................................................................................................................................... 10
SYSTEM MODULES................................................................................................................................................................ 10
TYPE OF PHONES .................................................................................................................................................................. 10
PERIPHERAL DEVICES ........................................................................................................................................................... 10
OPTIONAL INTERFACE CARDS .............................................................................................................................................. 10
SYSTEM INSTALLATION - INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................. 11
SITE REQUIREMENTS ...................................................................................................................................................... 12
LOCATION............................................................................................................................................................................. 12
Choosing the Right Environment ..................................................................................................................................... 12
INSTALLATION CHECKLIST ................................................................................................................................................... 12
EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS ....................................................................................................................................... 12
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INSTALLATION .................................................................................................................................................................. 13
INSTALLING EXPANSION AND OPTIONAL CARDS.................................................................................................................... 13
G1-CFC- Conference Card ............................................................................................................................................. 14
G1-MSC- Multi Service Card .......................................................................................................................................... 14
G1-VSC- Voice Service Card .......................................................................................................................................... 14
G1-TKU- 4 Port CO Line Card...................................................................................................................................... 15
G1-CIC- Caller ID Card ................................................................................................................................................. 15
G1-SIU ISDN S/T Interface Card.................................................................................................................................... 16
G1-STC Digital Station Adapter Card ............................................................................................................................ 17
G1-SLC Single Line Station Adapter Card...................................................................................................................... 18
G1-RGU - Ring Generator Unit (for G1-SLC)................................................................................................................ 18
G1-RGU1 - Ring Generator Unit (for G1-SLC1 (CLIP version))................................................................................... 19
Voltage Selection Check .................................................................................................................................................. 19
INSTALLING THE EQUIPMENT ............................................................................................................................................... 20
Backboard ....................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Key Service Unit .............................................................................................................................................................. 20
POWER SUPPLY .................................................................................................................................................................... 20
PREPARING THE EXTERNAL BATTERY BACKUP ................................................................................................................... 20
CHARGING THE BATTERY ..................................................................................................................................................... 21
INSTALLING OR REPLACING BATTERIES ............................................................................................................................... 21
Caution ............................................................................................................................................................................ 21
SYSTEM GROUND ................................................................................................................................................................. 21
KSU CONNECTING (MAIN) PANEL LAYOUT ......................................................................................................................... 21
CONNECTING STATIONS ....................................................................................................................................................... 22
DIGITAL KEY TELEPHONE – DK1-21/22/31/33 .................................................................................................................... 23
DIGITAL KEY TELEPHONE – DK1-21H................................................................................................................................. 24
ACCESS CONTROL TELEPHONE – ACP ................................................................................................................................. 25
SINGLE LINE TELEPHONE (CONNECTED TO G1-SLC) ........................................................................................................... 26
DOOR PHONE CONNECTION .................................................................................................................................................. 26
SINGLE LINE TELEPHONE (CONNECTED TO DK-SLD) .......................................................................................................... 27
CO/PABX CONNECTIONS .................................................................................................................................................... 28
ISDN S/T CONNECTIONS ..................................................................................................................................................... 28
OPTIONAL CABLING ........................................................................................................................................................ 31
DOOR SWITCH (RELAY) CONNECTION.................................................................................................................................. 31
SENSOR CONNECTION .......................................................................................................................................................... 31
PAGING CONNECTION........................................................................................................................................................... 31
MUSIC ON HOLD CONNECTION ............................................................................................................................................. 31
RS232 PORT CONNECTION ................................................................................................................................................... 32
POWER ON AND OPERATIONAL TEST ....................................................................................................................... 33
OPERATIONAL TESTS............................................................................................................................................................ 33
SPECIAL IMMUNITY PROTECTION FOR SYSTEM AND TERMINALS ............................................................... 33
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (KEY SERVICE UNIT)........................................................................................................... 36
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS (BATTERY BACK UP HOUSING) ........................................................................................... 36
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS....................................................................................................................................... 36
PARTS & PERIPHERALS .................................................................................................................................................. 36
SYSTEM MODULES ............................................................................................................................................................... 36
TYPE OF PHONES .................................................................................................................................................................. 36
PERIPHERAL DEVICES........................................................................................................................................................... 37
OPTIONAL INTERFACE CARDS .............................................................................................................................................. 37
SYSTEM INSTALLATION - INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................. 37
INSTALLATION .................................................................................................................................................................. 38
INSTALLING THE EQUIPMENT ................................................................................................................................................ 38
Backboard........................................................................................................................................................................ 38
Key Service Unit .............................................................................................................................................................. 38
POWER SUPPLY ..................................................................................................................................................................... 38
INSTALLING EXPANSION AND OPTIONAL CARDS .................................................................................................................... 39
G2-IPU ............................................................................................................................................................................ 41
G2-MSU- Multi Service Card .......................................................................................................................................... 42
G2-VMU- Voice Mail Card ............................................................................................................................................. 42
G2-STU Digital Station Card .......................................................................................................................................... 43
G2-STU2 Digital Station Card ........................................................................................................................................ 43
G2-SLU Analogue Station Card ...................................................................................................................................... 44
G2-HSU-44 4 Digital/4 Analogue Card ........................................................................................................................ 44
G2-TKU- 4 Port CO Line Card ...................................................................................................................................... 45
G2-CIC- Caller ID Card.................................................................................................................................................. 45
G2-TKU2 8 Port Trunk Card and G2-CIC Card............................................................................................................. 46
G2-VIU Voice Over IP Card ........................................................................................................................................... 46
G2-SIU ISDN S/T Interface Card .................................................................................................................................... 47
G2-PIU ISDN PRI / T1 / E1 Interface Card .................................................................................................................... 48
Voltage Selection Check .................................................................................................................................................. 48
PREPARING THE EXTERNAL BATTERY BACKUP .................................................................................................................... 49
CHARGING THE BATTERY ..................................................................................................................................................... 49
INSTALLING OR REPLACING BATTERIES................................................................................................................................ 49
Caution ............................................................................................................................................................................ 49
SYSTEM GROUND ................................................................................................................................................................. 50
CONNECTING STATIONS........................................................................................................................................................ 50
POWER ON AND OPERATIONAL TEST........................................................................................................................ 51
OPERATIONAL TESTS ............................................................................................................................................................ 51
SPECIAL IMMUNITY PROTECTION FOR SYSTEM AND TERMINALS................................................................ 51
PROGRAMMING INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................................. 54
New Systems..................................................................................................................................................................... 54
PROGRAM 01-TK-IP : DAY RINGING AND RINGING LINE PREFERENCE ASSIGNMENT ............................ 61
PROGRAM 02-TK-IP : NIGHT RINGING AND RINGING LINE PREFERENCE ASSIGNMENT ....................... 61
PROGRAM 03-01-IP : DOOR PHONE RINGING ASSIGNMENT .............................................................................. 62
PROGRAM 04-GP-IP : CONSOLE ASSIGNMENT ....................................................................................................... 62
PROGRAM 05-01-IP : SYSTEM TIMING PARAMETERS – 01................................................................................... 63
01. HOLD RECALL TIME: ....................................................................................................................................................... 63
02. EXCLUSIVE HOLD RECALL TIME:..................................................................................................................................... 63
03. HOLD RECALL TIMEOUT:................................................................................................................................................ 63
04. DISA ACCESS DELAY TIME:........................................................................................................................................... 63
05. BUSY REMIND CYCLE TIME (OFF-HOOK RINGING): ....................................................................................................... 64
06. PAUSE TIME:................................................................................................................................................................... 64
07. DTMF GENERATION TIME:............................................................................................................................................. 64
08. CALL FORWARD NO ANSWER TRANSFER TIME: ............................................................................................................. 64
PROGRAM 05-02-IP : SYSTEM TIMING PARAMETERS – 02................................................................................... 65
01. SLT DIAL TONE TIMEOUT: ............................................................................................................................................. 65
02. SLT INTER-DIGIT TIMEOUT:........................................................................................................................................... 65
03. AUTO REDIAL RINGING TIME – PSTN LINES: ................................................................................................................. 65
04. SLT RELEASE SIGNAL: ................................................................................................................................................... 65
05. EXCHANGE LINE FLASH TIME - KEY PHONE & ANALOGUE PHONE: ............................................................................... 66
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06. SLT HOLD SIGNAL: ........................................................................................................................................................ 66
07. RING ON TIME:............................................................................................................................................................... 66
08. RING OFF TIME:.............................................................................................................................................................. 66
PROGRAM 05-03-IP : SYSTEM TIMING PARAMETERS – 03 .................................................................................. 67
01. MAKE/BREAK RATIO:..................................................................................................................................................... 67
02. AUTOMATIC TRUNK SEARCH:......................................................................................................................................... 67
03. INTERCOM CALL SIGNALLING METHOD: ........................................................................................................................ 67
04. PABX (CENTREX) OUTGOING CODE: (REFER TO PROGRAM 35-TK-01): ....................................................................... 67
05. TOLL ACCESS CODE: ...................................................................................................................................................... 68
06. STATION NUMBERING PLAN: .......................................................................................................................................... 68
07. INTERNAL DIAL TONE PATTERN:.................................................................................................................................... 68
08. DOOR PHONE RING PATTERN: ........................................................................................................................................ 68
PROGRAM 05-04-IP : SYSTEM TIMING PARAMETERS – 04 .................................................................................. 69
01. SYSTEM BAUD RATE SETTING:....................................................................................................................................... 69
02. DIAL 9 FLAG:.................................................................................................................................................................. 69
03. ACTION FOR CALL DURATION LIMITING: ....................................................................................................................... 69
04. 12/24 HOURS CLOCK:..................................................................................................................................................... 69
05. DELAY SLT’S ACCESS TO SEND THE SECOND FLASH: ................................................................................................... 70
06. SPEED DIALLING DISTRIBUTION:.................................................................................................................................... 70
07. SINGLE DIGIT INTERCOM:............................................................................................................................................... 70
08. MESSAGE WAITING METHOD FOR ANALOGUE PHONES:................................................................................................. 70
PROGRAM 05-05-IP : SYSTEM TIMING PARAMETERS – 05 .................................................................................. 71
01. MORNING CALL:............................................................................................................................................................. 71
02. METERING DETECTOR: ................................................................................................................................................... 71
03, 04. SPEED DIAL UNRESTRICTED 1, 2: ............................................................................................................................. 71
05. NAME FUNCTION:........................................................................................................................................................... 72
06. DIAL TONE DETECTION: ................................................................................................................................................. 72
07. AUTO REDIAL TIMES: ..................................................................................................................................................... 72
08. AUTO REDIAL PAUSE TIME: ........................................................................................................................................... 72
PROGRAM 05-06-IP : SYSTEM TIMING PARAMETERS – 06 .................................................................................. 73
01. TRANSFER BUSY RECALL TIMEOUT: .............................................................................................................................. 73
02. TRANSFER IDLE RECALL TIMEOUT: ................................................................................................................................ 73
03. ISDN AUDIO .................................................................................................................................................................. 73
04. POLARITY REVERSAL: .................................................................................................................................................... 73
05. OPERATOR CODE:........................................................................................................................................................... 73
06. UNSUPERVISED CONFERENCE AND ECF TIME SETTING: ................................................................................................ 74
07. HOLD FEATURE FOR SLT: .............................................................................................................................................. 74
08. STATION HUNTING GROUP RING METHOD: .................................................................................................................... 74
PROGRAM 05-07-IP : SYSTEM TIMING PARAMETERS – 07 .................................................................................. 75
01. INTERCOM SEARCHING:.................................................................................................................................................. 75
02. TOLL OVERRIDE PREVENTION FROM QUICK DIAL: .......................................................................................................... 75
03. PAGING ALERT TONE: .................................................................................................................................................... 75
04. DISA RECALL TO CONSOLE - NO DIALLING: ................................................................................................................. 75
05. TOLL RESTRICTION OVERRIDE PREVENTION: ................................................................................................................. 76
06. SMDR DIGIT MASK: ...................................................................................................................................................... 76
07. METER PULSE DETECT DELAY TIME (CO RELEASE GUARD TIME):................................................................................. 76
08. RESERVED ...................................................................................................................................................................... 76
PROGRAM 05-08-IP : SYSTEM TIMING PARAMETERS – 08 .................................................................................. 77
01. RING HUNT TIME SETTING: ............................................................................................................................................ 77
02. DSS ACCESS TO OTHER TRUNK GROUP: ........................................................................................................................ 77
03. SLT CAMP ON TONE: ..................................................................................................................................................... 77
04. DISA TRANSFER GROUP: ............................................................................................................................................... 77
05. SLT PROGRAMMING DIGIT: ........................................................................................................................................... 78
06. DISA TRANSFER TIME NO ANSWER:.............................................................................................................................. 78
07. DISA TRANSFER TIME NO DIALLING: ............................................................................................................................ 78
08. MUSIC SOURCE SELECTION ............................................................................................................................................. 78
PROGRAM 05-09-IP : SYSTEM TIMING PARAMETERS – 09................................................................................... 79
01. RESERVED....................................................................................................................................................................... 79
02. CONSOLE QUEUING: ....................................................................................................................................................... 79
03. CLEAR FORWARD SIGNAL DETECTION - LOOP DISCONNECT .......................................................................................... 79
04. DISA BUSY TONE DETECTION G2:................................................................................................................................. 79
05. RESERVED: ..................................................................................................................................................................... 80
06. ACD-1 ENABLE TIME:.................................................................................................................................................... 80
07. ACD-1 SEGMENT 2 RECALL TIME: ................................................................................................................................. 80
08. ACD-1 RELEASE TIME: .................................................................................................................................................. 80
PROGRAM 05-10-IP : SYSTEM TIMING PARAMETERS – 10................................................................................... 81
PROGRAM 05-11-IP : SYSTEM TIMING PARAMETERS – 11................................................................................... 83
01. DTMF CALLER ID LEADING DIGIT:................................................................................................................................ 83
02. NUMBER OF DISA PASSWORDS: ..................................................................................................................................... 83
03. SELECT MUSIC ON HOLD OR RING BACK TONE: ............................................................................................................. 83
04. DISA ACCESS DELAY TIME – NIGHT: ............................................................................................................................. 83
05: DISA SPECIAL FUNCTION ACCESS: ................................................................................................................................ 84
06. DISA RE-CHECK TIMES TO STATION/CONSOLE: ............................................................................................................ 84
07. DOOR PHONE RINGING TIME: ......................................................................................................................................... 84
08. DISA SINGLE DIGIT DIALLING: ...................................................................................................................................... 84
PROGRAM 05-12-IP : SYSTEM TIMING PARAMETERS – 12................................................................................... 85
01. CALL TRANSFER METHOD – KEY TELEPHONE:............................................................................................................... 85
02. RESERVED....................................................................................................................................................................... 85
03. EXCLUSIVE HOLD CAPABILITY: ...................................................................................................................................... 85
04. DOOR UNLOCK RELAY ACTIVATION TIME: .................................................................................................................... 85
05. VOICE MAIL CALL FORWARD PROTOCOL SELECTION AND MUTING LEADING DIGITS :.................................................. 86
07. LED INDICATION OF CHECK IN / CHECK OUT: ................................................................................................................. 86
08. ANALOGUE CO LINE DETECTION: (FOR U01GX/E01GX VERSION ONLY)....................................................................... 86
PROGRAM 05-13-IP : SYSTEM TIMING PARAMETERS – 13................................................................................... 87
01. INTERCOM HOT KEY DIALLING: ..................................................................................................................................... 87
02. IMMEDIATE SMDR OUTPUT ............................................................................................................................................ 87
03. CALLER ID BUFFER BLOCK SIZE .................................................................................................................................... 87
06. CTI-TRUNK STATUS REPORT .......................................................................................................................................... 88
07. LEAST COST ROUTING – WEEKLY HOLIDAY 1................................................................................................................ 88
08. LEAST COST ROUTING – WEEKLY HOLIDAY 2................................................................................................................ 88
PROGRAM 05-14-IP : SYSTEM TIMING PARAMETERS – 14................................................................................... 89
01. SLT LCR SWITCH ON DELAY FOR PSTN. ...................................................................................................................... 89
02. G2-PIU CARD TYPE:...................................................................................................................................................... 89
03. ISDN PRI TYPE:............................................................................................................................................................. 89
04. MDC METER PULSE DETECTING FREQUENCY:............................................................................................................... 90
05. ISDN CLI SEND ............................................................................................................................................................. 90
06. ACP CASE OPEN ALARM ................................................................................................................................................ 90
07, 08. MDC METER PULSE DETECTION GAIN SENSITIVITY: ................................................................................................ 90
PROGRAM 05-15-IP : SYSTEM TIMING PARAMETERS – 15................................................................................... 91
01.
02.
03.
EXTENDED VMU SERVICE: ...................................................................................................................................... 91
RESERVED: ............................................................................................................................................................... 91
DID DIGIT LENGTH: ................................................................................................................................................. 91
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05.
06.
07.
08.
E1/T1 DIAL SELECTION SETTING: ............................................................................................................................ 92
ISDN PRIMARY RATE TRUNK NUMBERS A:................................................................................................................ 92
ISDN PRIMARY RATE TRUNK NUMBERS B: ................................................................................................................ 92
E1/T1 DID REGISTER SIGNAL :.................................................................................................................................... 92
E1/T1 DID LINE SIGNALLING TYPE :............................................................................................................................ 92
PROGRAM 05-16-IP : SYSTEM TIMING PARAMETERS – 16 .................................................................................. 93
01.
02.
03.
04.
05.
06.
07.
08.
MIDNIGHT RESET FOR VMU DSP:................................................................................................................................ 93
MFRC SIGNALLING FOR T1: .................................................................................................................................... 93
DISA SINGLE DIGIT DIALLING LEVEL: .................................................................................................................... 93
VMU LANGUAGE SERVICE:...................................................................................................................................... 93
CONFERENCE GAIN:...................................................................................................................................................... 94
ISDN SEND BEARER CAPABILITY:................................................................................................................................ 94
OUTPUT ACCESS CONTROL DATA:............................................................................................................................... 94
ISDN EVENT MONITOR: .............................................................................................................................................. 94
PROGRAM 06-IP : RELAY ASSIGNMENT.................................................................................................................... 95
PROGRAM 07-GP-IP : FLEXIBLE KEY GROUP ASSIGNMENT ............................................................................. 96
PROGRAM 08-GP-IP : FLEXIBLE DSS CONSOLE KEY GROUP ASSIGNMENT................................................. 98
PROGRAM 09-NNN-DP : SYSTEM SPEED DIAL......................................................................................................... 99
PROGRAM 10-GP-IP : INTERCOM OR DISA SINGLE DIGIT ASSIGNMENT .................................................... 100
PROGRAM 11-IP : DATE AND TIME SETTING ........................................................................................................ 101
PROGRAM 12-NN : SYSTEM ALARM CLOCK ......................................................................................................... 101
PROGRAM 13-NN : PASSWORD................................................................................................................................... 102
PROGRAM 14-01-IP : SMDR SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................... 103
01. CALL DURATION START TIME:....................................................................................................................................... 103
02. RECORD INCOMING CALLS: .......................................................................................................................................... 103
03. RECORD LOCAL CALLS: ............................................................................................................................................... 103
04. RECORD INCOMING CALLS NO ANSWER: ..................................................................................................................... 103
05. PRINT OUT THE TITLE: .................................................................................................................................................. 103
06. NUMBER OF RECORDS BETWEEN THE TITLE:................................................................................................................. 104
07. RESERVED: ................................................................................................................................................................... 104
08. POLARITY REVERSAL / MINI CALL ACCOUNTING:........................................................................................................ 104
PROGRAM 17-NN : FORCED ACCOUNT CODE ....................................................................................................... 107
PROGRAM 18-NN-TK : ASSIGN TOLL PLANS TO TRUNK LINES ...................................................................... 108
PROGRAM 19-CN-IP : VOICE SERVICE (VSC) ASSIGNMENT-G1 824................................................................ 109
PROGRAM 20-NN- : SET DAY – TIME / LUNCH TIME SCHEDULE .................................................................. 111
PROGRAM 25 : RESET DATA TO SYSTEM DEFAULT ........................................................................................... 112
PROGRAM 29-TK-IP : TRUNK SPECIFICATIONS – 2 ............................................................................................. 113
01. TRUNK RECEIVE GAIN:................................................................................................................................................ 113
02. ACD-1 FUNCTION ENABLE: ........................................................................................................................................ 113
03. TRUNK TRANSMIT GAIN:.............................................................................................................................................. 113
04. SET RING FREQUENCY (DK HANDSETS): ...................................................................................................................... 114
05. ALLOW AUDIBLE RING FOR INCOMING CALLS: ............................................................................................................ 114
06. POLARITY REVERSE DETECTION – INDIVIDUAL TRUNK-OUTGOING:............................................................................. 114
07. CO DELAYED RING TIMER TO HUNTING GROUP: ......................................................................................................... 114
08. CO DELAYED RING OVERFLOW HUNTING GROUP:....................................................................................................... 114
PROGRAM 35-TK-IP : TRUNK SPECIFICATIONS – 1 ............................................................................................. 115
01. TRUNK TYPE:................................................................................................................................................................ 115
02. TRUNK SIGNAL: ............................................................................................................................................................ 115
03. EXTERNAL CALL FORWARD - ECF: .............................................................................................................................. 115
04. DISA/ECF (DIRECT INWARD SYSTEM ACCESS/EXTERNAL CALL FORWARD): ............................................................. 115
05. PICK UP: ....................................................................................................................................................................... 116
06. LOUD BELL:.................................................................................................................................................................. 116
07. INWARD LINE RINGING METHOD ASSIGNMENT (DAY): ................................................................................................ 116
08. INWARD LINE RINGING METHOD ASSIGNMENT (NIGHT): ............................................................................................. 117
TO SET A TRUNK NAME - ..................................................................................................................................................... 117
PROGRAM 36-GP-TK : TRUNK GROUP ASSIGNMENTS ....................................................................................... 118
PROGRAM 37-TK : BUSY OUT TRUNKS .................................................................................................................... 119
PROGRAM 38-GP-TK : DIAL 87 TRUNK GROUP ASSIGNMENTS ....................................................................... 120
PROGRAM 39-IP : SENSOR ASSIGNMENTS.............................................................................................................. 121
PROGRAM 40-ST-IP : STATION CLASS OF SERVICE – 1 ...................................................................................... 123
01. OVERRIDE LEVEL: ........................................................................................................................................................ 123
02. MONITOR LEVEL:.......................................................................................................................................................... 123
03: LIMIT CALL DURATION:................................................................................................................................................. 123
04. STATION LOUD BELL: ................................................................................................................................................... 124
05. ACCESS PAGING:........................................................................................................................................................... 124
06. BE PAGED: .................................................................................................................................................................... 124
07. SECURITY CODE STATUS: .............................................................................................................................................. 124
08. FORCED ACCOUNT CODE:.............................................................................................................................................. 124
PROGRAM 41-ST-IP : STATION SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................. 125
01. STATION GROUP:........................................................................................................................................................... 125
02. FLEXIBLE KEY PATTERN GROUP ASSIGNMENTS (KEY PHONE): ....................................................................................... 125
03. SHIFT KEY GROUP FOR KEY PHONE / SLT PORT AS MOH SOURCE: ............................................................................. 125
04. DIAL 9 TRUNK GROUP: .................................................................................................................................................. 126
05. TOLL PLAN - DAY: ........................................................................................................................................................ 126
06. TOLL PLAN - NIGHT: ..................................................................................................................................................... 126
07. PORT NUMBER: ............................................................................................................................................................. 126
PROGRAM 42-ST-IP : REGISTER MEMORY BLOCK FOR INDIVIDUAL SPEED DIAL.................................. 127
PROGRAM 43-CN-IP : PORT SPECIFICATIONS....................................................................................................... 128
01. STATION NUMBER: ........................................................................................................................................................ 128
02. EQUIPMENT TYPE:......................................................................................................................................................... 128
03. FLEXIBLE KEY PATTERN GROUP ASSIGNMENTS (DSS CONSOLE): .................................................................................. 129
04. DISALLOW SLT CONNECTION:...................................................................................................................................... 129
05. VOICE MAIL BOX CAPACITY (G2-VMU): .................................................................................................................... 129
TO SET AN EXTENSION NAME AND HOTEL PRINTOUT NAME-............................................................................................... 130
PROGRAM 44-ST-IP : STATION CLASS OF SERVICE – 2 ...................................................................................... 131
01. SYSTEM ALARM:........................................................................................................................................................... 131
02. HOLD FEATURE: ............................................................................................................................................................ 131
03. CALL SPLIT: .................................................................................................................................................................. 131
04. MANUAL LINE: ............................................................................................................................................................. 132
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05. HEADSET FEATURE: ...................................................................................................................................................... 132
06. USE ENGINEERING PASSWORD: .................................................................................................................................... 132
07. DTMF RECEIVER CONTROL FOR VOICE MAIL PORTS: .................................................................................................. 132
08. STATION ALARM SIGNAL: ............................................................................................................................................ 132
PROGRAM 45-ST-IP : STATION CLASS OF SERVICE – 3 ...................................................................................... 133
01. INTERCOM CALL LIMITATION:...................................................................................................................................... 133
02. RESERVED .................................................................................................................................................................... 133
03. RESERVED .................................................................................................................................................................... 133
04. ALLOW TRUNK ACCESS: .............................................................................................................................................. 133
05. INTERCOM CALLS TO DIFFERENT STATION GROUPS:.................................................................................................... 133
06. RECEIVE BREAK ALARM: ............................................................................................................................................. 134
07. ALLOW UNRESTRICTED SPEED DIAL ACCESS:.............................................................................................................. 134
08. RECORD STATION'S SMDR DATA (FUTURE): ............................................................................................................... 134
PROGRAM 46-ST-IP : STATION CLASS OF SERVICE – 4 ...................................................................................... 135
01. DIAL [87] TRUNK GROUP: ............................................................................................................................................ 135
02. MESSAGE WAITING LEVEL:.......................................................................................................................................... 135
03. AUTOMATIC ANSWER CAPABILITY (KEYPHONE) / INTERNAL CLIP(CALLER ID) FUNCTION: ....................................... 135
04. DISA/ISDN INDIAL RECALL CAPABILITY:................................................................................................................... 136
05. MAXIMUM RE-TRANSFERRED TIMES: .......................................................................................................................... 136
06. DOOR UNLOCK/DND/CFWD ACCESS: ........................................................................................................................ 136
07. ACP DOOR PHONE HUNT GROUP/PERMANENT CALL FORWARD GROUP: .................................................................... 136
08. SLT RING CADENCE SETTINGS: ................................................................................................................................... 136
PROGRAM 47-ST-IP : HOT LINE ASSIGNMENT...................................................................................................... 137
PROGRAM 50-ST-IP : STATION CLASS OF SERVICE – 5 ...................................................................................... 139
01. ACP WARNING SIGNALS:............................................................................................................................................. 139
02. CALL FORWARD INDICATION: ...................................................................................................................................... 139
03. ISDN INCOMING CALL DISPLAY TYPE: ........................................................................................................................ 139
04. CTI-EXTENSION STATUS REPORT: ............................................................................................................................... 140
05. VMS LEADING DIGITS FOR INTERCOM CALLS: ............................................................................................................ 140
06. . ACP DOOR UNLOCK RELAY:...................................................................................................................................... 140
07. ACP DOOR OPEN CONTROL ......................................................................................................................................... 140
08. ACP PHONE OPERATION TYPE: .................................................................................................................................... 140
PROGRAM (51 TO 59)-CODE-IP : TOLL PLANS – ALLOWED DIGITS – CLASS 1 TO 9.................................. 141
PROGRAM (61 TO 66)-CODE-IP : TOLL PLANS – RESTRICTED DIGITS – CLASS 1 TO 6............................. 142
PROGRAM 67-GP-IP : HUNT GROUP PILOT NUMBER ......................................................................................... 144
01. HUNTING GROUP PILOT NUMBER:................................................................................................................................ 144
02. HUNTING GROUP RINGING METHOD: ........................................................................................................................... 144
PROGRAM 68-GP-IP : HUNT GROUP ASSIGNMENT – DAY ................................................................................. 145
PROGRAM 69-GP-IP : HUNT GROUP ASSIGNMENT – NIGHT ........................................................................... 146
PROGRAM 70-CD-IP : ISDN INTERFACE SPECIFICATIONS PROGRAM – G1-824........................................ 147
PROGRAM 70-CD-IP : ISDN(BRI/PRI) INTERFACE SPECIFICATIONS PROGRAM G2-1648 ....................... 148
PROGRAM 71-CD-IP : CALLING LINE IDENTIFICATION PRESENTATION – E30........................................ 149
PROGRAM 72-ST : ISDN CALLED PARTY EXTENSION NUMBER ASSIGNMENT......................................... 150
PROGRAM 73-ST : ISDN EXTENSION SUB-ADDRESS ASSIGNMENT............................................................... 150
PROGRAM 75-NUM-IP : LCR - ANALYSIS TABLE .................................................................................................. 151
PROGRAM 76-NUM-TM : LCR – ROUTING TABLE ................................................................................................ 152
PROGRAM 77-NUM : LCR – MODIFYING TABLE ................................................................................................... 153
PROGRAM 78-ST-IP : STATION CLASS OF SERVICE – 6 ...................................................................................... 154
01. LCR ROUTING LEVEL ................................................................................................................................................... 154
02. LCR – DIRECT ACCESS A TRUNK.................................................................................................................................. 154
03. RESERVED: ................................................................................................................................................................... 154
04. CALL FORWARD NO ANSWER TRANSFER GROUP: ........................................................................................................ 155
05. EXTERNAL NOTIFICATION – VOICEMAIL:..................................................................................................................... 155
06. CALLING LINE IDENTIFICATION PRESENTATION (CLIP): .............................................................................................. 155
07. RING LINE PREFERENCE:............................................................................................................................................... 155
PROGRAM 83-ST-IP : REGISTER MEMORY BLOCK FOR CLI HISTORY BUFFER........................................ 156
PROGRAM 84-IP : HOME AREA CODE ...................................................................................................................... 157
PROGRAM 85-NN-IP : OVERLAY AREA CODE........................................................................................................ 157
PROGRAM 86-NNN-IP : OFFICE CODE REDIAL PATTERN.................................................................................. 158
PROGRAM 87-CN-IP : ASSIGN DOORPHONE FOR KEY CARD ........................................................................... 160
PROGRAM 88-DP : REGISTER KEY CARD................................................................................................................ 160
PROGRAM 89-CN-IP : DELETE KEY CARD .............................................................................................................. 161
PROGRAM 91-TM : ACP TIME LOCK – ASSIGN TIME .......................................................................................... 162
PROGRAM 92-CN : ACP TIME LOCK – ASSIGN CARD .......................................................................................... 162
PROGRAM 93 : MINI CALL ACCOUNTING AOC ADDITIONAL NUMBER CHARGING................................ 163
PROGRAMMING CROSS REFERENCE ....................................................................................................................... 165
INCOMING CALLS ........................................................................................................................................................... 165
OUTGOING CALLS........................................................................................................................................................... 165
INTERCOM CALLS........................................................................................................................................................... 166
BUSY/DURING CONVERSATION.................................................................................................................................. 166
DISA...................................................................................................................................................................................... 167
NIGHT SERVICE ............................................................................................................................................................... 167
GROUP ASSIGNMENTS................................................................................................................................................... 167
CALL CONTROL ............................................................................................................................................................... 168
SYSTEM CLOCK ............................................................................................................................................................... 168
STATION NUMBERING ................................................................................................................................................... 168
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SINGLE LINE TELEPHONE ........................................................................................................................................... 169
MISCELLANEOUS ............................................................................................................................................................ 169
OPTIONAL SERVICES..................................................................................................................................................... 169
VOICE MAIL INTEGRATION ........................................................................................................................................ 169
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G1-824 - General Description
General Description - Introduction
The General Description section contains an easy to understand overview of the HYBREX® G1-824 ISDN Digital
Telephone System. It is the intent of this document to provide both technical and non-technical readers with
information pertaining to the system building blocks, capabilities, key highlights, electrical, physical and
environmental characteristics of the HYBREX G1-824 ISDN Digital Telephone System.
FCC Rules and Regulation
In compliance with the requirements of Part 68of the Federal Communications Commission Rules and
Regulations for connection of terminal system equipment to the telephone network and for your convenience, the
following information is presented.
FCC Registration Number
The HYBREX G1-824 is registered with the FCC in a dual registration capacity enabling the system to operate
as a key system only or as a hybrid system. The FCC Registration Numbers are 3A7TAI-35152-KF-E for key
systems registration and 3A7TAI-36015-MF-E for hybrid operation.
The HYBREX G2-1648 is registered with the FCC in a dual registration capacity enabling the system to operate
as a key system only or as a hybrid system. The FCC Registration Numbers are 3A7TAI-XXXXX-KF-E for key
systems registration and 3A7TAI-XXXXX-MF-E for hybrid operation.
Ringer Equivalence Number 0.3B.
Notification of the Telephone Company
Customers connecting terminal equipment to the telephone network shall, upon request of the
Telephone Company, inform the Telephone Company of the particular line(s) to which such
connection is made, the FCC registration number and ringer equivalence number (REN) of the
registered terminal equipment.
The REN is useful to determine the quantity of devices you may connect to your telephone line
and still have all of those devices ring when your telephone number is called. In most, but not
all areas, the sum of the REN's of all devices connected to one line should not exceed five
(5.0). To be certain of the number of devices you may connect to your line, as determined by
the REN, you should contact your local telephone company to determine the maximum REN
for your calling area.
This equipment is capable of providing users access to Interstate providers of operator
services through the use of access codes. Modification of this equipment by call aggregators to
block access dialling codes is a violation of the Telephone Operator Consumers Act of 1990.
Direct Connection to a Party-Line or Coin Operated Telephone Line is Prohibited.
Incidence of Harm to the Telephone Lines
Should terminal equipment cause harm to the Telephone Network, the Telephone Company shall, where
practical, notify the customer that service may be temporarily discontinued. However, where prior notice is not
practical, the Telephone Company may temporarily discontinue service, if such action is reasonable in the
circumstances. In case of such un-notified temporary discontinuance of service, the Telephone Company shall:
(a)
Promptly notify the customer of such temporary discontinuance of service.
(b)
Afford the customer the opportunity to correct the situation which gave rise to the temporary
discontinuance.
(c)
Inform the customer of the right to bring a complaint to the FCC pursuant to the procedures set
out in Subpart E of Part 68 of FCC Telephone Equipment Rules.
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Compatibility of the Telephone Network and Terminal Equipment.
(a)
Availability of telephone interface information.
Technical information concerning interface parameters and specifications not specified in FCC
Rules, including the number of Ringers which may be connected to a particular line, which is
needed to permit Terminal Equipment to operate in a manner compatible with Telephone
Company communications facilities, shall be provided by the Telephone Company upon
customer's request.
(b)
Changes in Telephone Company Communications Facilities, Equipment, Operations and
Procedures.
The Telephone Company may make changes in its communications facilities, equipment, operations or
procedures where such action is reasonably required in the operation of its business and is not inconsistent with
the rules and regulations in FCC Part 68 of the FCC Rules and Regulations. If such changes can be reasonably
expected to render any customer Terminal Equipment incompatible with Telephone Company Communications
Facilities, or require modification or alteration of such Terminal Equipment, or otherwise materially affect its use
or performance, the customer shall be given adequate notice in writing to allow the customer an opportunity to
maintain uninterrupted service.
Radio Frequency Interference
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly and in strict
accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, may cause interference to radio and television reception. It has
been type-tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing device in accordance with the
specification in Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against
such interference in a residential installation. However, this is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one
or more of the following measures:
Re-orient the receiving antenna.
Relocate the equipment with respect to the receiver.
Move the equipment away from the receiver.
Plug the equipment into a different outlet so that equipment and receiver are on different branch
circuits.
CTR 21 (98/482/EC) Declaration Network Compatibility
CTR 21 (98/482/EC) Declaration Network Compatibility,`The equipment has been approved in accordance with
Council Decision 98/482/EC for pan-European single terminal connection to the public switched telephone
network (PSTN). However, due to differences between the individual PSTN networks provided in different
countries, the approval does not, of itself, give an unconditional assurance of successful operation on every
PSTN network termination point. In the event of problem, you should contact your equipment supplier in the first
instance.’
ISDN Installation
For the ISDN unit (G1/G2-SIU), the G1-824/G2-1648 only offers ISDN S/T interface connection behind an NT1
device. It should not be connected to a “U” interface directly.
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G1-824 - General Description
Description
The G1-824 is an advanced ISDN Digital hybrid telephone system employing a microprocessor stored program
and digitally controlled solid state Time-division switching. The G1-824 system is specifically designed for small
business as well as residential applications. At the forefront of the system design is a universal concept to
adapting and connecting with a variety of communications devices. Productive HYBREX Digital Key Telephones
offer thoughtfully designed productive feature access to keep you connected with one another and customers.
Auto Telecom technology leads the industry in providing for compatibility with devices such as fax machines,
answering machines, cordless phones, computer modems and other office/home equipment.
Key highlights of the G1-824 series include:
Economy and Efficiency
The base system is equipped to support two (2) or four (4) CO lines / two ISDN BRI’s and eight (8) digital
stations. The system may be expanded to a maximum of eight (8) CO lines / three (3) ISDN BRI’s. Station
cards may be selected to allow practically any combination ranging from all HYBREX DK1 Digital Sets to all
industry standard Single Line Telephone sets, with any combination of the two types. In addition to being cost
effective at the initial phase and for expanding to it's maximum capacity, the G1-824 system also is economical
to operate as it consumes about the same amount of electricity as a 60 watt light bulb at full configuration. A
maximum of 8 CO lines (or 3 ISDN BRI’s) and 24 Extensions can be accommodated. This allows a wide variety
of applications for the system to work effectively.
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Easy Installation
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“Factory Ready” - All G1-824 Telephone systems are "ready to go" right out of the box. A well thought out
default database is factory installed on each system which meets the needs for most installations. This
alleviates hours of on site time, minimizing installation costs for both dealer and customer.
“Small & Compact” - The Key Service Unit's small size takes little space for installation and is about the size
of a legal piece of paper.
Easy Maintenance
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Solid-state design minimizes trouble and eliminates periodic maintenance.
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Easy Expansion. Various Interface Cards for simple, modular expansion.
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Versatile programming and options for ease of selection.
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Database Flash Memory Back Up - Customer data is backed up when the power is turned off and there is
no battery to replace.
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Battery Back Up (System Operation) - G1-824 systems can be equipped with an optional battery back up
which keeps the system operational for up to 1 hour in the case of a commercial power failure.
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Customer Care Programming - Customers and service personnel can easily communicate and perform
programming right over the telephone. HYBREX telephone systems allow programming and voice
conversations to be performed at the same time.
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Advanced software upgrades – Through the RS232 connection, system software can be upgraded easily
without replacing any firmware.
Flexibility of System Applications
Unlike other conventional systems in the G1-824 size range, the installer will find an unprecedented range of
customer database programmability. In "system parameters" there are extensive options for various timing
settings related to features. An array of parameters are programmable for signalling options on outside lines and
internal single line telephone sets. The installer may Enable/Disable many system wide features. And in class
of service, there are over 20 options for each station providing maximum flexibility for nearly any application.
Varied Extension Alternatives
You can connect an ISDN Modem, ISDN phone, proprietary HYBREX DK series Keyphone, Door Phone and
conventional industry standard single line sets – Modem, Answering Machine, Cordless phone, etc. directly to
the KSU. This feature provides you with the choice to select different extension equipment to suit individual
applications.
Digital Twin Port
Install two Digital Keyphones on a single two-wire cable. No Master and Slave difference. Any Keyphone can be
plugged in and plugged out with no interference to the other. This feature provides easy cabling, easy
expansion and easy maintenance.
Hybrid Phone
No waste of your existing telephone equipment, such as Modems, cordless telephones, Answer
machines,…etc., just plug this equipment into the “Hybrid port“ of the Keyphone and calls can be
automatically transferred to the equipment when you are busy or do not answer. No extra wiring and
programming. This feature provides easy installation and programming-free transfer of calls from the Keyphone
to SLT equipment.
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G1-824 - General Description
Full ISDN features
The G1 system allows you to access two different outside line types (PSTN & ISDN) in one box and enjoy Full
ISDN Features when accessing an ISDN Line - such as:
. Call Charge Metering Information
. Caller Identification
. Direct Inward Dialling
. Call Forward Internal / External
. Call Waiting
. MSN (Multiple Subscriber Number)
. Sub-addressing
. User to User Signalling
You can easily control your budget by using different outside line arrangements.
Liquid Crystal Display
The DK1 Series Telephone Model DK1-21 / DK1-31 is equipped with a large, easy to read LCD display. The
LCD is 32 characters total, comprised of 2 rows by 16 characters each. This LCD provides an invaluable tool for
simplifying the use of the telephone by identifying the calling extension by name, outside lines by name and self
prompting displays for feature access. Station feature usage is made simple with the help of the LCD display.
Continuous prompting information is displayed during calls so that users know what to do and when to do it.
32-character LCD Display shows:
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Time
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Last number dialled
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Dialled telephone number
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The status of operation/function
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Voice Mail Messages
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Absent messages
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CO Line Names
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Speed Dial Directory
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Last Number Redial
•
Calling Party Number and Name
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Speed dial number
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Input data during system data entry
HYBREX Telephone Model DK1-21/DK1-21H/DK1-31
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Specifications
MAXIMUM LOOP RESISTANCE/IMPEDANCE
Key Telephone
Less than 40 ohms 26 AWG / 200 m
Single Line telephone
Less than 800 ohms 26 AWG / 800 m
DoorPhone
Less than 40 ohms
Music Source Input Impedance
600 ohms
Maximum Input
0.775 VRMS
INTERNAL RELAY CONTACTS
Type
SPST
Rating
1 AMP, 24VDC
Function
Door Switch, Music on Hold, etc
CABLE REQUIREMENTS
CO/PABX Line
Twisted 1 Pair (2 wires)
ISDN BRI
Twisted 2 Pair (4 wires)
DK1 Digital Key Telephone
Twisted 1 Pair (2 wires)
DoorPhone
Twisted 1 Pair (2 wires)
Door Switch
Twisted 1 Pair (2 wires)
External Sensor
Twisted 1 Pair (2 wires)
External Music Source
Twisted 1 Pair (2 wires)
Single Line Telephone
Twisted 1 Pair (2 wires)
Mechanical Specifications (Key Service Unit)
CABINET DIMENSIONS
233mm W
9.17”
WEIGHT
76mm D
2.99"
2.3 Kg (Configuration: 4 x 8)
5.0 lbs
290mm H
11.4"
Mechanical Specifications (Battery Back Up Housing)
CABINET DIMENSIONS
36 cm W
WEIGHT
Mounting Screws
13 cm D
44 cm H
With Batteries -16 lbs Without Batteries- 4 lbs.
12.25” centre to centre
Environmental Specifications
OPERATING CONDITIONS
Temperature
Humidity
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0º to 45º C
(32º to 113º F)
10 to 95% relative
Non-condensing
STORAGE
CONDITIONS
-40º to 66º C
(-40º to 150º F)
10 to 95% relative
non-condensing
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G1-824 - General Description
Features
System Features
Account Code Capability
Attendant Console Assignment
Attendant Overflow
Automatic Line Access
Automatic Line Search
Automatic Ringdown
Automatic Wake-up
Battery Charger
Behind PABX Operation
Centrex Operation
Class Of Service
CO Line Groups
CO Line Hunting
CO Line Name Programming
CO Line Ring Types
Linear
Common Audible
Circular
Hunt
Console Assignment
Day/Night Service
Manual/Automatic Switch
Dial 9 Group
Direct In Line
Dial By Name
Dial Mode Selection(DP/DTMF)
Dial Pulse to DTMF Conversion
Distinctive Ringing
DTMF Signalling
Dual Port Capability
End to End Signalling
Easy Installation and Operation
Flash (Programmable)
Flash Memory Backup Memory
Flexible Expansion
Flexible Ringing Assignment
Flexible Key Group Assignment
Flexible Number Plan 2,3 or 4 Digit
Flexible Time Format 12/24 Hour
Forced Account Code Assignment
Intercom
Intercom Single Digit Assignment
Intercom Ring / Voice Select
Intercom Dialling Restriction
ISDN
Call Charge Metering Information
Caller Identification
Direct Inward Dialling
Call Forward Internal / External
Call Waiting
MSN (Multiple Subscriber Number)
Sub-addressing
User to User Signalling
Host PABX Access
Hot line
Line Group Assignment
Loud Bell Assignment
Multiple Attendant Consoles
Multiple Trunk Groups
Night Transfer
On Call Programming
Paging
Internal
Zone
Meet Me
Password Assignment
DISA
System programming
Toll Override
Pause
Pick Up Groups
Power Fail Transfer
Security Code
Single Digit Dialling
Station Group Assignment
Station Hunting
Station Lock
System Speed Dial and Personal Speed Dial
System Date & Time Setting
System Time-Reminder Service
Telephone Directory
Toll Control
Day / Night
Tone to pulse dialling
Trunk Queuing
Trunk to trunk connections
Uniform Call Distribution
Voice Mail Compatibility
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G1-824 - General Description
Station Features
Advisory Messages
System
Personal
Access to System Programming
Account Code Capability
Auto Hold
Auto Hold Recall
Automatic Call Back
Automatic Answer-Intercom
Automatic Line Access
Automatic Redial
Automatic Volume Increase
Brokers Call
Call Duration Timer (LCD Phones)
Call Waiting
Call Forwarding
All Calls
Busy
No Answer
Busy / No Answer
External
Call Pickup
Call Split
Call Transfer
Calling Name Display (LCD Phones)
Calling Number Display (LCD Phones)
Camp On
Chain Dialling
Conference
Dial By Name (LCD Phones)
Dial Access to Attendant
Direct Station Selection
DoorPhone Access
Do Not Disturb (DND)
Dual Color LED
Duration Time Display (LCD Phones)
Executive Override (Barge-In)
External Call Forwarding
Flash (Open Loop Timed Flash)
Hands-free Answer Back
Hearing Aid Compatibility
Headset Compatibility
Hold (Exclusive / System)
Hold Recall
I Hold Indication
I Use Indication
Intercom
Intercom ring / voice interchange
Intercom Step Call
Intercom Voice Announce
Last Number Redial
Message Waiting
Multi-Language Display
On Hook Dialling
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Parts & Peripherals
System Modules
Model
G1-408P
G1-408i
G1-608i
G1-TKU-4
G1-TKU1-4
G1-SIU-2
G1-SIU-3
G1-STC-8
G1-SLC1-8
G1-RGU1
G1-SLC-8
G1-RGU
Description
KSU with 4 CO lines, 4 Digital twin ports
KSU with 2 ISDN S/T , 4 Digital twin ports
KSU with 3 ISDN S/T , 4 Digital twin ports
Trunk Card : 4 CO lines
Trunk Card : 4 CO lines / with CLIP (Caller ID) upgrade option
ISDN S/T interface with 2 circuits
ISDN S/T interface with 3 circuits
Station Card : 4 Digital Twin-port
Single Line Card : 8 SLT ports / with CLIP (Caller ID) function
Ring Generator Unit for G1-SLC1-8
Single Line Card : 8 SLT ports
Ring Generator Unit for G1-SLC-8
Type of Phones
Model
DK1-21H
DK1-21
DK1-22
DK1-31
DK1-33
DK1-SLC
DK-SLD
ACP
ACP/RF
PX-Card
WMU-12
Description
Multifunction Key Telephone. Includes 32 character LCD display, single line telephone
port, speakerphone, Handsfree, headset jack, 20 dual color keys and 14 function keys
for feature access, DSS, CO Lines and speed dial.
Multifunction Key Telephone. Includes 32 character LCD display, speakerphone,
Handsfree, headset jack, 20 dual color keys and 14 function keys for feature access,
DSS, CO Lines and speed dial.
Multifunction Key Telephone. Includes speakerphone, Handsfree, headset jack, 20
dual color keys and 14 function keys for feature access, DSS, CO Lines and speed
dial.
Multifunction Key Telephone. Includes 32 character LCD display, intercom
speakerphone, 20 dual color keys and 14 function keys for feature access, DSS, CO
Lines and speed dial.
Multifunction Key Telephone. Includes intercom speakerphone, 8 dual color keys and
14 function keys for feature access, DSS, CO Lines and speed dial.
DK1 Keyphone - SLT port for DK1-2x series
Two Port SLT device – Convert a Digital port to two POTS ports
Access Control Phone
Access Control Phone with RF Proximity Card function
RF Proximity Card for ACP/RF
Wall Mount Kit for DK1 Series Telephones
Peripheral Devices
Model
DPU05
BBOX0
BBOX1
Description
Door Phone - 2 Wires
Battery Box without Batteries
Battery Box with Batteries
Optional Interface Cards
Model
G1-VSC
G1-MSC
G1-CIC
G1-CIC-F
G1-CFC
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Description
Voice Service Card (60 sec. / 8 voice segments)- Auto Attendant, Wake-up, Message
Waiting
RS232/Relay/Sensor/External Paging Interface
Caller ID Card for G1-TKU1-4 – Dual Mode (FSK/DTMF)
Caller ID Card for G1-TKU1-4 – FSK Mode
Conference – 32 parties conference
Expansion Card – Expand system from 6 x 16 to 8 x 24
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GDS-600 - General Description
System Installation - Introduction
This section provides directions for installing the system and optional equipment.
The installation must be performed by qualified service personnel.
Main components of the system are:
Key Service Unit, which includes:
• Power Supply Unit (G1-PWU)
• Main Board Unit (G1-MBU / Common Control
and four digital twin port circuits)
• Trunk Unit (G1-TKU / G1-SIU)
Optional Expansion Cards:
• Trunk Card (G1-TKU / G1-SIU)
• Digital Station Card (G1-STC – four digital twin
port circuits)
• Single Line Station Card (G1-SLC – eight single
line port circuits)
• G1-CIC Card (Caller ID Card - four port circuits)
• Conference Card (G1-CFC)
• Multi-Service Card (G1-MSC)
• Voice Service Card (G1-VSC)
NOTE: Please follow the directions step by step. The G1-824 system should be installed in strict accordance
with this manual.
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Site Requirements
Location
Choosing the Right Environment
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System should be installed in a clean, dry, secure location. This location must have adequate ventilation,
and a temperature from 0 ℃ to 45℃ (32℉ to 113℉), with 10% to 95% non-condensing relative humidity.
DO NOT install the equipment near sources of static electricity, excessive vibration, or water. Avoid direct
sunlight.
Installation Checklist
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
VERIFICATION
MOUNTING SURFACE
Flat surface with adequate space for main cabinet,
power supply, wiring and optional Battery Backup
cabinet.
AC LINE
AC line should be dedicated exclusively to the system.
POWER OUTLET
Power Outlet must be a
3-wire grounded outlet plug, having parallel blades
and ground pin.
Input power Line capacity requirements - 10 amperes.
SURGE PROTECTION
A Surge Protector is recommended on the dedicated
AC line.
VENTILATION AND TEMPERATURE
Humidity: 10% to 95% relative non-condensing
Temperature:32℉ to 113℉ (0 ℃ to 45 ℃).
EARTH GROUND
A proper ground connection. (14 AWG)
SERVICEABILITY
Lighting conditions and working space adequate for
future service.
Equipment Requirements
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Unpack, Check and Verify Equipment - Unpack the telephone equipment boxes and verify the contents in
accordance with the packing list provided. If any discrepancies are noticed, please contact Auto Telecom or
Authorized Dealers.
Damaged Boxes - If you notice any damage to the packages, please notify both the shipper and Auto
Telecom or Authorized Dealers at once.
List of parts included in basic KSU box:
• KSU Main Cabinet
• Power Supply
• Mounting Template
• Mounting Screws
• Station Quick Connectors
• Spare Fuses
• Cable Cover
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GDS-600 - General Description
Installation
Caution
1. This system should be installed by qualified service personnel.
2. Do not install the Power Supply unless you have read the following instructions and
completed all the installation and wiring.
3. STATIC SENSITIVE DEVICES! Please handle with care.
Installing expansion and optional cards
In this step you will be installing printed circuit cards on to header pins of the main board in the basic cabinet.
Take your time and extra care to assure the printed circuit cards are properly aligned. After installing each
option and expansion card, perform a visual inspection to assure the printed circuit card is installed properly.
1. Position the cabinet on a flat surface like a table or countertop. Avoid doing this on carpet.
2. Remove the 4 screws located at the corners of the cabinet and lift the front cover off.
3. Locate the expansion and option cards and unpack them at this time.
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Installing expansion and option cards (continued)
G1-CFC- Conference Card
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Install this card on CN6 of the G1-MBU.
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Be sure that the component side of the G1-CFC is facing in
towards right of KSU.
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CFC card is necessary for expanding system from 6 x16 to 8x
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G1-MSC- Multi Service Card
Align CN1 of the MSC card with CN4 of the G1-MBU.
Align the hole on the right side of the MSC with the standoff.
Once aligned push the MSC on the connector.
Place the screw into the standoff securing the MSC card.
When installed correctly the connectors should be easily
accessible through the main panel.
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G1-VSC- Voice Service Card
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Align CN1 of the G1-VSC card with CN5 of the G1-MBU.
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Align the hole on the left side of the VSC with the standoff.
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Once aligned push the VSC on the connector.
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Place the screw into the standoff securing the VSC card.
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G1-TKU- 4 Port CO Line Card
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Align four holes of G1-TKU with the standoffs on top of the existing G1-TKU or G1-SIU card provided for in
the basic key service unit. Once aligned, place the four screws into the standoff securing the G1-TKU card.
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Set SW1 on the newly installed G1-TKU to ‘TKU1’ position if the basic key service unit was installed with a
G1-SIU card already.
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Set SW1 on the newly installed G1-TKU to ‘TKU2’ position if the basic key service unit was installed with a
G1-TKU card already.
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Connect an attached cable between CN1 of G1-TKU to CN3 of G1-MBU.
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Connect an attached cable between CN4 of G1-TKU to CN3 of G1-SLC for power failure transfer.
G1-CIC- Caller ID Card
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Align pin connectors of G1-CIC card with the related socket on G1-TKU1 card and then push down G1-CIC
on G1-TKU1 Card.
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G1-SIU ISDN S/T Interface Card
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If the ISDN interface – G1-SIU is to be installed in the original basic key service unit (G1-408P), the existing
G1-TKU needs to be uninstalled first.
Replace the PVC plate with the attached one on the main panel.
Align four holes of G1-SIU with the screw holes on the plastic cabinet, place the four standoffs into the holes
securing the G1-SIU card.
Connect an attached cable between CN2 of G1-SIU to CN2 of G1-MBU (or to CN2 of G1-STC.)
Install G1-TKU on the top of G1-SIU.
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G1-STC Digital Station Adapter Card
For the 1st G1-STC card:
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Set SW2 on G1-STC to ‘STC1’ position.
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Align CN2 of the G1-STC card with CN2 of the G1-MBU.
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Align four screw holes on G1-STC with the standoff.
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Once aligned push the G1-STC on the connector.
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Place the screw into the standoff securing the G1-STC card.
For the 2nd G1-STC card:
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Install G1-CFC card.
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Use the attached three standoffs to replace the
original screws on the 1st G1-STC card.
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Set SW2 on the 2nd G1-STC to ‘STC2’ position.
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Align CN2 of the two G1-STC cards together.
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Align four screw holes on G1-STC with the
standoffs.
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Once aligned push the G1-STC on the
connector.
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Place the screws into the standoffs securing the
G1-STC card.
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G1-SLC Single Line Station Adapter Card
Install G1-SLC on G1-MBU:
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Connect the attached cable between CN1 of G1-SLC
card to CN7 of the G1-MBU.
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Align four screw holes on the G1-SLC with the
standoffs.
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Place the screws into the standoffs securing the G1SLC card.
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Connect the attached cable between CN3 of G1SLC to CN4 of G1-TKU for power fail transfer.
(Power fail Transfer will transfer the CO lines to the
first 4 stations of G1-SLC card.)
Install G1-SLC on the top of G1-STC:
Install G1-CFC card.
Use the attached three standoffs to replace the
original screws on the 1st G1-STC card.
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Connect the attached cable between CN1 of G1-SLC
card to CN7 of the G1-MBU.
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Align four screw holes on the G1-SLC with the
standoffs.
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Place the screws into the standoffs securing the G1SLC card.
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Connect the attached cable between CN3 of G1-SLC
to CN4 of G1-TKU for power fail transfer. (Power fail
Transfer will transfer the CO lines to the first 4 stations of G1-SLC card.)
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G1-RGU - Ring Generator Unit (for G1-SLC)
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The ring generator installs inside the power supply
unit.
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Remove the cover of the power supply by taking out
the 4 screws located on each corner.
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Inside the G1-RGU are 4 screws and a connecting
cable.
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Align the G1-RGU with the 4 holes and secure by
installing the screws provided.
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Install the cable from the G1-RGU to the 4 pin header
connector located on the G1-PWU board.
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G1-RGU1 - Ring Generator Unit (for G1-SLC1 (CLIP
version))
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The ring generator installs inside the power supply unit.
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Remove the cover of the power supply by taking out the
4 screws located on each corner.
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Inside the G1-RGU1 are 4 screws and a connecting
cable.
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Align the G1-RGU1 with the 4 holes and secure by
installing the screws provided.
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Install the cable from the G1-RGU1 to the 4 pin header
connector located on the G1-PWU board.
Voltage Selection Check
Make a check to assure the power supply jumper setting
is for the proper voltage.
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When complete, place the power supply cover back on
the power supply.
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Replace Cover
With the expansion and option cards installed and the battery insulator removed, replace the cover and install
the 4 screws removed earlier.
This concludes the installation of expansion and option cards!
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Installing the Equipment
Backboard
Be sure to plan and allow enough space to mount and
connect the key service unit, power supply and system
battery back up if applicable.
Mounting Tabs
Key Service Unit
Use the enclosed paper template to locate the mounting
position for the Key Service Unit. Drill appropriately
Key Service Unit
spaced holes and mount the KSU on the wall. When
Wall or backboard
mounting the KSU, make certain that there is adequate
room for the system power supply and that the connecting cable between the Power Supply and the KSU will
reach the KSU. The same applies for the battery back up unit.
Power Supply
Dedicated Power Source - The power supply must be connected to a dedicated AC outlet.
Be sure that the third wire earth ground of the AC circuit is connected to a good electrical ground. If a music
source is installed, it must be connected to a separate AC circuit rather than the system's dedicated AC line
cord.
Check Your Voltage Selection Jumper
Verify that the input voltage and input voltage jumper are correct before you power on the system. The input
voltage is set according to the Customer's requirement before shipping. However it is important to verify that the
setting is correct prior to initial system power up.
Power Supply voltage options for the unit:
100-VAC: 100 to 120 V AC (50/60Hz) or 240-VAC:
205 to 265 V AC (50/60Hz).
Mount Power Supply
Using screws provided with the system, mount the
power supply close to the KSU so that the connector
reaches from the Power Supply to the KSU.
Preparing The External Battery Backup
The Key Service Unit can have two external backup
batteries in series (12 volts each) for emergency
power when a power failure takes place.
If you are installing an optional Battery Backup (BBOX1), make certain that there is adequate room for its
installation. Make certain that the Battery Backup is mounted close enough to the Power Supply that the
interconnecting cable between the Battery Backup and the Power Supply can connect.
Do Not Connect the Battery Backup at this time!
Do Not Connect the Battery Backup at this time! Battery Backup should not be
connected to the System power supply until all power up testing has been
completed!
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Charging the Battery
The rechargeable batteries are automatically charged when the KSU is plugged in.
When System is in a full-load condition (eight CO Trunks and twenty-four Extensions all in use), the batteries
provide a minimum of 1 hour's consecutive use. Change the batteries every two years.
Installing or Replacing Batteries
Caution
To Reduce the Risk of Fire or Injury to persons, Read and Follow these Instructions.
1. Use only the following type and size batteries:
12 Volt 6.5 Amp/Hour "Gel-Cell" sealed batteries (2).
Dimensions, approximately 3 1/4" (H), 5 15/16" (W), 2 1/2" (D).
PowerSonic model PS660 or equivalent.
2. Do not dispose of the batteries in a fire. The cell may explode.
Check with local codes for possible special disposal instructions.
3. Do not open or mutilate the batteries. Released electrolyte is corrosive and may
cause damage to the eyes or skin. It may be toxic if swallowed.
4. Exercise care in handling batteries in order not to short the battery with
conducting materials such as rings, bracelets, and keys. The battery or conductor may overheat and cause
burns.
This product is defined as a secondary battery operated device. As such, the following instructions
should also be read and followed:
1.
Charge the batteries provided with or identified for use with this product only in accordance with the
instructions and limitations specified in this manual.
2.
Observe proper polarity orientation between the batteries and battery charger.
3.
Do not mix old and new batteries in this product.
4.
Do not mix batteries of different sizes or from different manufacturers in this product.
Before installing or replacing batteries, disconnect the battery supply unit to the KSU by removing the polarized
battery connector at the KSU. Due to the weight of the batteries, it is advised that the battery cabinet be
removed from the wall before working on it.
System Ground
It is strongly recommended that the system be grounded by connecting a heavy, insulated copper wire (e.g.,
14AWG or larger) between the grounding bolt on the right-lower side of the cabinet and an earth ground. Without
this System Ground there is no protection against lightning damage to Co lines and warranty will be voided.
Do not connect the grounding wire of the KSU to a computer, telex, or any other external device.
KSU Connecting (Main) Panel Layout
The following illustration should be used as a reference when connecting equipment to the G1-824 KSU.
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G1-824 KSU Main Panel
Refer to the wiring diagram located on the inside of the cable cover for all connections
Connecting Stations
The station cabling for the G1-824 should be a home run from the jack to the telephone room. The termination
should be at conventional 66 type connecting blocks or Krone blocks or directly to the provided station
connectors. One pair twisted wiring is required for each station location. Attention to proper cabling will go a
long way towards a successful installation and minimizing service calls after installation. Some guidelines for
running station cable are as follows:
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Avoid running cable parallel to fluorescent light fixtures or electrical lines not in conduit. If these obstacles
are unavoidable, run the cable at right angles across them.
Do not run station cable inside conduit already occupied by electrical wiring.
Do not run station cable near equipment with electric motors or strong magnetic fields.
Do not place station cable on the ground where it can be stepped on or rolled over by office furniture or
office equipment.
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Digital Key Telephone – DK1-21/22/31/33
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A cable cover is provided with the KSU. Station cables can enter from either the top or bottom as desired.
Remove one or both ends of the cover as required and route the station cable through the hole. Terminate
the station wires with the connectors that are provided. The stations will connect to the KSU as shown on
the main panel (above) on connector locations 11 – 28.
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Connect Tip terminal with GRN terminal (screws) of the modular jack, Ring with RED.
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There is no polarity requirement on Tip and Ring.
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2-conductor wiring is required for DK1 Digital Key Telephones.
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Open the overlay of the function key on DK1 telephone and select the 1st or 2nd station. Dip switch to the
right for the 1st station. Dip switch to the left for the 2nd station.
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Take care that if you are paralleling 2 DK phones on a Digital Twin Port that neither of the DK phones
contains a DK1-SLC card. The presence of thee DK1-SLC card will prevent the correct operation of the
Digital Twin Port. Any DK phone containing a DK1-SLC must be connected to its own individual Digital
Twin Port.
Dip to right: the 1st station.
Dip to left: the 2nd station.
Station Connection
CAUTION!: Avoid shorting Tip and Ring together. It may damage the G1-MBU or G1-STC board.
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Digital Key Telephone – DK1-21H
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A cable cover is provided with the KSU. Station cables can enter from either the top or bottom as desired.
Remove one or both ends of the cover as required and route the station cable through the hole. Terminate
the station wires with the connectors that are provided. The stations will connect to the KSU as shown on
the main panel (above) on connector locations 11 – 28.
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Connect Tip terminal with GRN terminal (screws) of the modular jack, Ring with RED.
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There is no polarity requirement on Tip and Ring.
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4-conductor wiring is required for DK1-21H Digital Key Telephones from the Handset to Wall socket.
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Open the overlay of the function key on DK1-21H telephone and select the 1st station.
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Connect the single line telephone from the phone box. Connect Tip terminal with YEL terminal (screws) of
the modular jack, Ring with BLK..
Dip to right on DK1-21H
CAUTION!
1. Avoid shorting Tip and Ring together. It may damage the G1-MBU or G1-STC board.
2. System does not allow another Digital key phone to be connected on the same digital twin port as a
DK1-21H.
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Access Control Telephone – ACP
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A cable cover is provided with the KSU. Station cables can enter from either the top or bottom as desired.
Remove one or both ends of the cover as required and route the station cable through the hole. Terminate
the station wires with the connectors that are provided. The stations will connect to the KSU as shown on
the main panel (above) on connector locations 11 – 28.
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Connect Tip/Ring terminals from KSU(G1-MBU/G1-STC) to the ACP connector (6 contacts).
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There is no polarity requirement on Tip and Ring.
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Connect Relay for applications such as door open to the ACP connector (6 contacts).
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Connect Sensor for applications such as door open alarm to the ACP connector (6 contacts).
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Mount ACP connector on to ACP itself.
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Select the 1st or 2nd station. Jumper as shown in diagram below.
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Mount ACP on the wall.
CAUTION!: Avoid shorting Tip and Ring together. It may damage the G1-MBU or G1-STC board.
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Single Line Telephone (connected to G1-SLC)
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A cable cover is provided with the KSU.
Station cables can enter from either the top or
bottom as desired. Remove one or both ends
of the cover as required and route the station
cable through the hole. Terminate the station
wires with the connectors that are provided.
The stations will connect to the KSU as shown
on the main panel (above) on connector
locations 27 – 34 (Needs G1-SLC installed).
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Connect Tip terminal with GRN terminal
(screws) of the modular jack, Ring with RED.
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There is no polarity requirement on Tip and
Ring.
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2-conductor wiring is required for Single Line
Telephones.
Door Phone Connection
One Door phone may be connected to the G1824 system.
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A cable cover is provided with the KSU. Door
phone cable can enter from either the top or
bottom as desired. Remove one or both ends
of the cover as required and route the door
phone cable through the hole. Terminate the
door phone wires with the connectors that are
provided. The Door phone will connect to the
KSU as shown on the main panel (above) on
connector locations 34 (Needs G1-SLC
installed).
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Connect Tip terminal with GRN terminal
(screws) of the modular jack, Ring with RED.
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No polarity on Tip and Ring.
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2-conductor wiring is required for Door phone.
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Adjust the DIP selector on the main panel to
Door Phone.
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Door Phone Connection
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Single Line Telephone (connected to DK-SLD)
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A cable cover is provided with the KSU.
Station cables can enter from either the top
or bottom as desired. Remove one or both
ends of the cover as required and route the
station cable through the hole. Terminate
the station wires with the connectors that are
provided. The stations will connect to the
KSU as shown on the main panel (above) on
connector locations 11 – 28.
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Connect Tip terminal with GRN terminal
(screws) of the modular jack, Ring with RED.
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There is no polarity requirement on Tip and
Ring.
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2-conductor wiring is required for DK-SLD
Single Line Telephone Adapter.
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Distribute two cords for two single line
telephones.
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CO/PABX Connections
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Make your CO line connection to the telephone company on this
connector. Pins 3 and 4 of the connector are for the CO line.
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RJ-11C (2 wire) modular connector is required.
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2-conductor wiring is required.
ISDN S/T Connections
Make your CO line connection to the telephone company on this
connector. Pins 3 to 6 of the connector are for the CO line.
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Cable: Twisted 2 pairs
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Connector Type: RJ-45 (4 wire) modular connector is required.
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Connector PIN assignment: (Pin 1, 2, 7, 8 are reserved.)
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Install/remove the terminators by adjusting the jumper JP1 (A, B, C) and JP2 (A, B, C) on SIU card. If there
is no other ISDN device connected after the ISDN interface of SIU card when using point to multi-point
connection, this ISDN interface port needs the terminator installed. Otherwise, remove the terminator.
Example:
The following is the point to multi-point connection.
. The 1st ISDN interface needs the terminator because there is no other ISDN device connected after
this ISDN interface of SIU card.
. The 2nd ISDN interface does not need the terminator because there is an ISDN Modem connected
after this ISDN interface of SIU card.
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Adjust 8K/256K jumper on SIU for the ISDN line. Adjust it to 8K position for most ISDN lines.
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T-Interface Connection:
If the user has programmed the ISDN interface of SIU to a T-Interface, the wiring should be as follows:
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S-Interface Connection:
If the user has programmed the ISDN interface of SIU to a S-Interface, the wiring should be as the following:
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Bus Configurations on the S/T Interface:
Point to Point:
d1: 750m ~ 1000m; Length limitation by attenuation of 6dB at 96kHz.
Short Passive Bus:
d2: 100m ~ 200m; Length limitation by round trip delay 10us to 14us, not by attenuation.
d3: Recommendation with a cord having a minimum length of 5m and not more than 10m.(5m≦d3≦
10m)
Extended Passive Bus:
d4: 500m ~ 800m; Length limitation by round trip delay 10us to 14us, not by attenuation.
d5: 25m ~ 50m; Length limitation between TE’s by differential round trip delay of 2us.
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Optional Cabling
Connect a 6 conductor mounting cord from
the KSU to a RJ-25 modular block.
Door Switch (Relay) Connection
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One Door Switch (24+-12VDC) may be
used on the G1-824 system.
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2-conductor wiring is required.
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Connect the door switch to pins 1 and 6
of the RJ-11 connector.
Sensor Connection
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The Sensor connector on G1-824 may
be used for the External Sensor input.
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The sensor may be configured for
normally open or normally closed
operation.
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2-conductor wiring is required.
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Connect the sensor to pins 2 and 5 of
the RJ-11 connector.
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Refer to System Programming Form 39
-- Sensor Assignment.
Paging Connection
The Paging connector on G1-824 may
be used for an External Paging input.
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2-conductor wiring is required.
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Connect the amplifier to pins 3 and 4 of
the RJ-11 connector.
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Door switch/Sensor/Paging cabling
Refer to Illustration Door Switch / Sensor / Paging cabling:
Music on Hold Connection
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Connect the (optional) external music source to the external Music" input labelled on the KSU.
Use a 1/8” mini plug to connect the music source to the KSU via an approved line isolation unit.
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RS232 Port Connection
Use the RJ-11 connector to terminate the RS232 cable. Then connect the RJ-11 to the KSU with a 6 conductor
line cord. Insert the line cord into the connector labelled RS-232.
Notice: Don’t connect the RS232 cable over the length limitation (15M / 50 feet.)
Connecting old style 2 wire devices such as Ascost 65, CMS 9100 etc.
G1
Device
TD (4)
Gnd. (2)
RD
Gnd.
DTR (1) links to DSR (5) on G1 end only.
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Power On and Operational Test
Before connecting the G1-PWU to AC power:
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Verify that input voltage and input voltage selection jumper
on G1-PWU are correct before you power up the system.
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Recheck the cabling for incorrect connections, loose wires
and wiring fragments that may cause short-circuits.
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Plug the power cord into a power outlet.
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Verify the system boots properly by checking the display of a
telephone set.
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You may now connect the battery back up unit if applicable.
Operational Tests
Check each telephone and CO line to verify that outgoing lines
are connected properly.
Check that intercom calls can be made from extension to
extension.
WARNING:
DISCONNECT THE POWER SUPPLY FROM THE AC POWER SOURCE BEFORE WIRING OR
CHANGING ANY WIRING.
Connect the Battery Backup AFTER AC power has been connected to the Power Supply.
Disconnect Battery Backup BEFORE disconnecting AC power from the Power Supply.
NOTICE:
ONCE THE SYSTEM OPERATES PROPERLY, PROCEED TO SYSTEM PROGRAMMING.
(REFER TO THE SYSTEM PROGRAMMING MANUAL.)
Special Immunity Protection for System and terminals
Adding Noise Filters to the points below can enhance the immunity capability of the system from outside
environmental noise.
For Power Supply:
For Line:
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION
G2-1648
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Description - G2-1648
The G2-1648 is an advanced ISDN Digital hybrid telephone system employing a microprocessor stored program
and digitally controlled solid state Time-division switching. The G2-1648 system is specifically designed for
small business as well as residential applications. At the forefront of the system design is a universal concept to
adapting and connecting with a variety of communications devices. Productive HYBREX Digital Key Telephones
offer thoughtfully designed productive feature access to keep you connected with one another and customers.
Auto Telecom technology leads the industry in providing for compatibility with devices such as fax machines,
answering machines, cordless phones, computer modems and other office/home equipment.
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Mechanical Specifications (Key Service Unit G2-1648)
CABINET DIMENSIONS
357mm W
14.1”
WEIGHT
126mm D
4.96"
17 Kg (Configuration: 4 x 8)
37.4 lbs
436mm H
17.2”
Mechanical Specifications (Battery Back Up Housing)
CABINET DIMENSIONS
15.5” W
WEIGHT
Mounting Screws
3.0” D
5.75” H
With Batteries -16 lbs Without Batteries- 4 lbs.
12.25” centre to centre
Environmental Specifications
OPERATING CONDITIONS
Temperature
0º to 45º C
(32º to 113º F)
10 to 95% relative
Non-condensing
Humidity
STORAGE
CONDITIONS
-40º to 66º C
(-40º to 150º F)
10 to 95% relative
non-condensing
Parts & Peripherals
System Modules
Model
G2-MMD
G2-MPU
G2-IPU
G2-MSU
G2-TKU
G2-PIU
G2-SIU-3
G2-STU
G2-SLU
G2-MBU
G2-PWU
Description
KSU with Power Module
G2 128/144/300/600 Main CPU Controller
G2-1648 Main CPU Controller / G2 128/144/300/600 Interface Control Card.
Multi-Service Card (External Paging/ Relay/ Sensor / RS232/ MODEM
Interface/ Door Phone / External MOH Interface)
Trunk Card : 4 CO lines
ISDN PRI Interface: 30 Channels Maximum
ISDN S/T interface with 3 circuits
Station Card : 4 Digital Twin-ports
Single Line Card : 8 SLT ports
G2 Motherboard
G2 Power Supply
Type of Phones
Model
DK1-21H
DK1-21
DK1-22
DK1-31
DK1-32
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Description
Multifunction Key Telephone. Includes 32 character LCD display, single line
telephone port, speakerphone, handsfree, headset jack, 20 dual colour keys
and 14 function keys for feature access, DSS, CO Lines and speed dial.
Multifunction Key Telephone. Includes 32 character LCD display,
speakerphone, handsfree, headset jack, 20 dual colour keys and 14 function
keys for feature access, DSS, CO Lines and speed dial.
Multifunction Key Telephone. Includes speakerphone, handsfree, headset
jack, 20 dual colour keys and 14 function keys for feature access, DSS, CO
Lines and speed dial.
Multifunction Key Telephone. Includes 32 character LCD display,
speakerphone, headset jack, 20 dual colour keys and 14 function keys for
feature access, DSS, CO Lines and speed dial.
Multifunction Key Telephone. Includes speakerphone, headset jack, 20 dual
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DK1-33
DK1-SLC
DK-SLD
ACP
ACP/RF
PX-Card
WMU-12
colour keys and 14 function keys for feature access, DSS, CO Lines and
speed dial.
Multifunction Key Telephone. Includes speakerphone, headset jack, 8 dual
colour keys and 14 function keys for feature access, DSS, CO Lines and
speed dial.
DK1 Key phone - SLT port for DK1-2x series
Two Port SLT device – Convert a Digital port to two POTS ports
Access Control Phone
Access Control Phone with RF Proximity Card function
RF Proximity Card for ACP/RF
Wall Mount Kit for DK1 Series Telephones
Peripheral Devices
Model
DPU05
BBOX0
BBOX1
Description
Door Phone - 2 Wires
Battery Box without Batteries
Battery Box with Batteries
Optional Interface Cards
Model
G2-VMU
Description
Voice Mail Unit (4 Channels) / Auto Attendant / Wake-up / Message Waiting
G2-CIC-D
G2-CIC-F
G1-MDC
Caller ID Card for G2-TKU – Dual Mode (FSK/DTMF)
Caller ID Card for G2-TKU – FSK Mode
4 Channel Metering Card for G2-TKU
System Installation - Introduction
This section provides directions for installing the system and optional equipment.
The installation must be performed by qualified service personnel.
Main components of the system are:
Key Service Unit, which includes:
• Power Supply Unit (G2-PWU)
• Main KSU (G2-MMU)
• CPU Unit (G2-IPU)
• Multi-Service Unit (G2-MSU)
• Trunk Unit (G2-TKU / G2-SIU / G2-PIU)
• Digital Station Unit (G2-STU)
Optional Expansion Cards:
• Trunk Card (G2-TKU / G2-SIU / G2-PIU)
• Digital Station Card (G2-STU – four digital twin
port circuits)
• Single Line Station Card (G2-SLU – eight single
line port circuits)
• G2-CIC Card (Caller ID Card - four port circuits)
• Voice Mail Unit (G2-VMU)
• LAN Management Unit (G2-LMU)
• Metering Card (G1-MDC)
NOTE: Please follow the directions step by step. The
GDS-600 system should be installed in strict accordance with this manual.
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Installation
Caution
1. This system should be installed by qualified service personnel.
4. Do not install the Power Supply unless you have read the following
instructions and completed all the installation and wiring.
5. STATIC SENSITIVE DEVICES! Please handle with care.
Installing the Equipment
Backboard
Be sure to plan and allow enough space to mount
and connect the key service unit, power supply
and system battery back up if applicable.
Key Service Unit
Use the enclosed Hanging Template to locate the
mounting position for the Key Service Unit. Drill
appropriately spaced holes to fix the Hanging
Template and mount the KSU on the wall. When
mounting the KSU, make certain that there is
adequate room for the future system expansion
and that the connecting power cable between the
power mains and the KSU. The same applies for
the battery back up unit.
Power Source
Dedicated Power Source - The power supply must be connected to a dedicated AC outlet.
Be sure that the third wire earth ground of the AC circuit is connected to a good electrical ground. If a
music source is installed, it must be connected to a separate AC circuit rather than the system's
dedicated AC line cord.
Check Your Voltage Selection Jumper
Verify that the input voltage and input voltage jumper are correct before you power on the system. The
input voltage is set according to the Customer's requirement before shipping. However it is important to
verify that the setting is correct prior to initial system power up.
Power Supply voltage options for the unit:
100-VAC: 100 to 120 V AC (50/60Hz) or 240-VAC: 205 to 265 V AC (50/60Hz).
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Installing expansion and optional cards
In this step you will be installing printed circuit cards on to slots of the main board in the basic cabinet.
Take your time and extra care to assure the printed circuit cards are properly aligned. After installing
each option and expansion card, perform a visual inspection to assure the printed circuit card is installed
properly.
4. Remove the 4 screws located at the corners of the cabinet and lift the front cover off.
5. Install the specific cards into the dedicated slots of G2-MBU as per the instructions below.
Card Introduction
G2-MBU 64 Ports
1.) CN1: Power socket to connect to the main power unit (G2-PWU)
2.) Fan 1 Socket
3.) Fan 2 socket
4.) CN2: MPU slot
5.) JP1: Reset jumper for flash memory
6.) SW1: Cabinet position selection
7.) Power LED
8.) CN3: VMU 1 slot
9.) CN4: VMU 2 slot
10.) CN5: MSU slot
11.) CN6: IPU slot: G2-IPU slot
12.) CN12: STU/HSU 1 slot
13.) CN13: STU/SLU 2 slot
14.) CN14: STU/SLU 3 slot
15.) CN15: STU/SLU 4 slot
16.) CN16: STU/SLU 5 slot
17.) CN17: SLU slot 6
18.) CN18: TKU/SIU/PIU 1 slot
19.) CN19: TKU/SIU 2 slot
20.) CN20: TKU 3 slot
21.) CN21: TKU 4 slot
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G2-MBU 40 Ports
1.) Power socket to connect to the main power unit (G1-PWU)
2.) Fan power input (3-PIN)
3.) G2-MPU2/G2-MPU4/G2-MPU8 slot
4.) LED1: Power LED of system (Steady on when power is ON)
5.) JP1: Reset jumper for flash memory
6.) VMU slot
7.) TKU Slot 2/3 setting Jumper
8.) MSU slot
9.) G2-IPU2 slot
10.) STU/SLU 1 slot
11.) STU/SLU 2 slot
12.) STU/SLU 3 slot
13.) STU/SLU 4 slot
14.) TKU 1 slot
15.) TKU 2 slot
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G2-IPU
SW1: Reset button
JP1: Terminators for bus expansion of multi-cabinet.
JP2: Terminators for bus expansion of multi-cabinet.
Socket for the HDLC controller for bus expansion of multi-cabinet.
LED1: Heart beat LED
CN6: connector for expanding cabinet
CN5: connector for expanding cabinet
CN9: LCD connector
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G2-MSU- Multi Service Card
1.)
2.)
3.)
4.)
5.)
JP1 Grounding Jumper for some specific Paging Devices
MODEM connector for the external MODEM connection to the system
RS232 Connector
Relay / Sensor / External Paging connector
CN3: Door Phone Interface (for DPU05)
6.) CN2: External Music on Hold Interface
G2-VMU- Voice Mail Card
There are 2 different prompt sets for The G2-VMC. Earlier versions have an English Female voice and
later versions have a Male American voice. To fully utilise the later prompts and in particular the 1
minute greeting feature the System software MUST be G2-E40 version. This software will support
TKU2 , STU2 and Hot swap also.
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G2-STU Digital Station Card
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Install this G2-STU card on STU1, STU/SLU2, …, STU/SLU5 slot of the G2-MBU.
The G2-STU card is a digital twin port card. . It is still necessary however that all extensions are
home run back to individual inner and outer pairs directly on the DDK connector to prevent cabling
issues affecting digital phone performance.
G2-STU2 Digital Station Card
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Install the G2-STU2 card in STU1, STU/SLU2, …, STU/SLU5 slot of the G2-MBU.
The STU2 card has 8 individual digital ports. It is necessary that all extensions are home run back
to individual inner and outer pairs directly on the DDK connector. Digital phones can not be
paralleled off a STU2 card port.
Minimum software level for a G2-STU2 is E31 (any version)
A G2-STU2 card can be hot swapped if the system software supports this feature.
G2-E31Q is minimum level for Hot Swap.
If more than 2 STU2 cards are installed in a G2-1648 it will be necessary to have a PWU designed
for the STU2 cards which draw more current than STU cards.
G2-SLU/SLU2 Analogue Station Card
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Install this G2-SLU card on STU/SLU2, …, STU/SLU5, SLU6 slot of the G2-MBU.
The G2-SLU card supports 8 analogue ports, 2 per DDK connector
G2-SLU cards with the BLUE extraction tag are G2-SLU2 cards and can be Hot Swapped if suitable
system software is installed.
G2-E31Q is minimum level software for Hot Swap.
G2-HSU-44 4 Digital/4 Analogue Card
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The HSU 44 card has 4 Analogue ports and 2 Digital twin ports. The first 4 ports are Analogue and
the last 2 are digital. The SLT ports have all the features of SLT ports on the G2-SLU.
Install the G2-HSU-44 card in STU/SLU, …, STU/SLU5 slot of the G2-MBU.
A G2-HSU4 card can be hot swapped IF the Plastic extraction tag on the card is BLUE and the
system software supports this feature.
G2-E31Q is minimum level software for Hot Swap.
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Install G1-CIC card or G1-MDC card on G2-TKU (optional).
Install this G2-TKU card in TKU1/TKU2/TKU3/TKU4 slots of the G2-MBU.
CN6/CN7: G1-CIC-D/G1-CIC-F
CN2/CN3: G1-MDC 12/16
G2-CIC- Caller ID Card
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Miss alignment could damage both cards or the system.
Later versions of the G1-CIC have only one jumper to set, Follow the markings on the PCB for setting to
the correct system.
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G2-TKU2 8 Port Trunk Card and G2-CIC Card
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Install the G2-CIC card on the G2-TKU2 (optional).
Install the G2-TKU card in the TKU1/TKU2/TKU3/TKU4 slots of the G2-MBU.
Each RJ12 connector on the TKU2 supports 2 Trunk port connections.
A G2-STU2 card can be hot swapped if the system software supports this feature.
G2-E31Q is minimum level software for Hot Swap.
The G2-STU2 cannot be installed in all existing G2 systems. Some early MBU’s will not support the
TKU2 and the minimum required software level for TKU2 is G2-E31K
G2-VIU Voice Over IP Card
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Install the G2-TKU card in the TKU1/TKU2/TKU3/TKU4 slots of the G2-MBU.
VIU cards can be either SIP or MGCP depending on the firmware installed.
VIU cards are currently 3 VOIP ports/trunks.
G2-VIU cards are treated by system software as normal PSTN trunk cards.
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Install this G2-SIU card on TKU1/SIU1 or TKU2/SIU2 slot of the G2-MBU ONLY.
If the G2-SIU has a BLUE plastic Extraction lever it is a G2-SIU2 and must have a minimum
software level of G2-E40.
JP3(A,B,C): DC feeding jumper. Default is no DC output. If the internal ISDN device does not offer local
power and need DC feeding to work. The related jumper of this internal ISDN interface needs to be set
to “on”.
Caution:
1. When this jumper is on, users cannot loop “S” interface back to another “T” interface for testing
purpose. Otherwise, it will damage this card!
2. Incorrect jumper setting will also damage this card.
JP1(A,B,C)/JP2(A,B,C): Bus Terminator.
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G2-PIU ISDN PRI / T1 / E1 Interface Card
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Install the G2-PIU card on TKU1/SIU1 slot of the G2-MBU ONLY. Slot TKU2/SIU2 must be left
empty when PRI is installed in Slot 1. On the G2-832 system the TKU Slot 2/3 setting Jumper must
be set to slot 3 before installing an additional TKU card in the second slot. This will create a virtual
slot 2 to allow allocation of ports for the PRI card.
When installed in the G2-832 system up to 30 channels can be allocated with no loss of station
ports
When INSTALLED in a G2-1648 if more than 20 channels are connected then the FIRST 8 station
ports are lost and the FIRST Station slot MUST be left vacant.
1. RJ 45 Connector:
Pin 1,2: for TX.
Pin 4,5: for RX.
2. LED 2: For Sync with network.
1. Off: No connection.
2. Flash: There is a problem with sync.
3. On: Sync OK.
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4.
5.
6.
LED 1: Heart beat of DSP chip.
CN7: For test purpose.
DSP chip for T1/E1 interface.
CN4/CN5:
Jumpers on CN4 are for E1 interface and ISDN PRI/E1 interface.
Jumpers on CN5 are for T1 interface and ISDN PRI/T1 interface.
Voltage Selection Check
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Replace Cover
With the expansion and option cards installed and the battery insulator removed, replace the cover and
install the 4 screws removed earlier.
This concludes the installation of expansion and option cards!
Preparing The External Battery Backup
The Battery Backup Unit has two external backup
batteries in series (12 volts each) for emergency
power when a power failure takes place. The G21648 requires 2 x BB0X1 units for battery backup
giving a voltage of 48VDC.
If you are installing the optional Battery Backup
(BBOX1 x 2), make certain that there is adequate
room for their installation. Make certain that the
Battery Backup is mounted close enough to the
KSU that the interconnecting cables between the
Battery Backups and the KSUcan connect.
Do Not Connect the Battery Backup at this time!
Do Not Connect the Battery Backup at this time! Battery Backup should not
be connected to the System power supply until all power up testing has
been completed!
Charging the Battery
The rechargeable batteries are automatically charged when the KSU is plugged in.
When System is in a full-load condition (eight CO Trunks and twenty-four Extensions all in use), the
batteries provide a minimum of 1 hour's consecutive use. Change the batteries every two years.
Installing or Replacing Batteries
Caution
To Reduce the Risk of Fire or Injury to persons, Read and Follow these Instructions.
1. Use only the following type and size batteries:
12 Volt 6.5 Amp/Hour "Gel-Cell" sealed batteries (2).
Dimensions, approximately 3 1/4" (H), 5 15/16" (W), 2 1/2" (D).
PowerSonic model PS660 or equivalent.
2. Do not dispose of the batteries in a fire. The cell may explode.
Check with local codes for possible special disposal instructions.
5. Do not open or mutilate the batteries. Released electrolyte is corrosive
and may cause damage to the eyes or skin. It may be toxic if swallowed.
6. Exercise care in handling batteries in order not to short the battery with
conducting materials such as rings, bracelets, and keys. The battery or conductor may overheat
and cause burns.
This product is defined as a secondary battery operated device. As such, the following
instructions should also be read and followed:
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Charge the batteries provided with or identified for use with this product only in accordance with the
instructions and limitations specified in this manual.
2.
Observe proper polarity orientation between the batteries and battery charger.
3.
Do not mix old and new batteries in this product.
4.
Do not mix batteries of different sizes or from different manufacturers in this product.
Before installing or replacing batteries, disconnect the battery supply unit to the KSU by removing the
polarized battery connector at the KSU. Due to the weight of the batteries, it is advised that the battery
cabinet be removed from the wall before working on it.
System Ground
It is strongly recommended that the system be grounded by connecting a heavy, insulated copper wire
(e.g., 14AWG or larger) between the grounding bolt on the right-lower side of the cabinet and an earth
ground. Without this System Ground there is no protection against lightning damage to Co lines if the
power cord is unplugged and warranty will be voided.
Do not connect the grounding wire of the KSU to a computer, telex, or any other external device.
Connecting Stations
The station cabling for the G1/2 should be a home run from the jack to the telephone room. The
termination should be at conventional 66 type connecting blocks or Krone or directly to the provided
station connectors. One pair twisted wiring is required for each station location. Attention to proper
cabling will go a long way towards a successful installation and minimizing service calls after installation.
Some guidelines for running station cable are as follows:
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Avoid running cable parallel to fluorescent light fixtures or electrical lines not in conduit. If these
obstacles are unavoidable, run the cable at right angles across them.
Do not run station cable inside conduit already occupied by electrical wiring.
Do not run station cable near equipment with electric motors or strong magnetic fields.
Do not place station cable on the ground where it can be stepped on or rolled over by office
furniture or office equipment.
Keep cabling and equipment as far as possible from welding machines or RF producing equipment.
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Power On and Operational Test
Before connecting the G2-PWU to AC power:
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Verify that input voltage and input voltage selection jumper
on G2-PWU are correct before you power up the system.
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Recheck the cabling for incorrect connections, loose wires
and wiring fragments that may cause short-circuits.
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Plug the power cord into a power outlet.
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Verify the system boots properly by checking the display of a
telephone set.
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You may now connect the battery back up unit if applicable.
Operational Tests
Check each telephone and CO line to verify that outgoing lines
are connected properly.
Check that intercom calls can be made from extension to
extension.
WARNING:
DISCONNECT THE POWER SUPPLY FROM THE AC POWER SOURCE BEFORE WIRING OR
CHANGING ANY WIRING.
Connect the Battery Backup AFTER AC power has been connected to the Power Supply.
Disconnect Battery Backup BEFORE disconnecting AC power from the Power Supply.
NOTICE:
ONCE THE SYSTEM OPERATES PROPERLY, PROCEED TO SYSTEM PROGRAMMING.
(REFER TO THE SYSTEM PROGRAMMING MANUAL.)
Special Immunity Protection for System and terminals
Add Noise Filter for below points can enhance the immunity capability of system from outside
environment noise.
For Power Supply:
For Line:
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Model G1-824/G2-1648 - Programming Manual
Programming Information
This document contains the system forms required to program the G1-824 and an explanation of the
parameters.
New Systems
We recommend that all new systems have the system memory reset before system programming takes
place. This ensures that any extraneous information that may be present in system memory is erased
and that the system database will not be corrupt.
To Reset System Memory.
Enter System Programming :
From an LCD equipped HYBREX DK1-21(H)/DK1-31 Digital Telephone Set:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press [PRG]. Press [7].
Enter Password if programmed. (New systems will not have a system password).
Press [SAVE].
LCD display will show:
PROGRAM MODE: __
(01 – 90)
5.
Enter [2][5]. Press [SAVE]. Display will show:
25- Reset Data
0-9 Default
6.
Enter [2].
7.
System Database is now reset. LCD will display:
PROGRAM MODE: __
(01 – 90)
You may commence database entry at this point, or exit system programming by pressing SPK
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key
or by lifting and replacing the handset.
To Enter System Programming:
1.
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3.
4.
Press [PRG]. Press [7].
Enter Password if programmed. (New systems will not have a system password).
Press [SAVE].
LCD display will show:
PROGRAM MODE: __
(01 – 90)
5.
You may begin system programming at this point.
A station can be idle or can be talking on a trunk when entering system programming mode. This allows
a technician to guide a customer into program mode and make minor changes to programming remotely.
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Remote Programming using a modem and the system manager at
the Dealers site and an Modem at the customers site.
By using this feature, a user can call the dealers service personnel and allow them to access the
programming and make changes from the dealers office via Modem. The users system must have
SMDR and a Modem and a spare analogue port to connect to the Modem.
The Procedures are as per the following Table.
Customer's Location
Service Centre
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Call the Service Centre for help.
2
Answer the call from the Customer.
3
Guide Customer to allow the dealer into
remote programming.
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Press [SPD][prog],[*],[Stn Number of modem}
[Hang up the handset].
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The LCD will display Remote Programming
Message.
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Wait recall from the Service Centre.
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Switch the conversation to MODEM.
8
Use System Manager to upload/download
/modify and download the Customer's data.
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Use System Manager to recall the Customer.
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Switch the conversation back to telephone.
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Answer the recall.
Basic Programming Commands:
For the first time or infrequent installer, a programming overlay is provided with each Key Service Unit.
This overlay, when placed on a HYBREX LCD telephone set indicates keys used during programming
for easy reference. Experienced installers may program without the overlay. Both key designations are
listed below.
Note:
Keys listed between [ ] indicate the default keys shown on a telephone set. Keys listed
between
{ } indicate keys displayed by the programming overlay. See illustration Programming
Overlay on the next page.
These commands are active while in the system programming mode
[F4]{PRG} Moves to the Top Level Programming Mode Display (does not save
information entered into any field unless [SAVE] is pressed first).
[F3]{SAVE} Commits the data that is showing on the LCD display into the system
database.
[DSS 1]{PREV} Moves to the previous section of any multiple part form.
[DSS 2]{NEXT} Moves to the next section in any multiple part form.
[DSS 3]{LEFT} Moves the programming cursor to the left.
[DSS 4]{RIGHT} Moves the programming cursor to the right.
[DND/CN]{DON’T CARE} Enters a Wild Card (don't care) into Account Codes or Toll
control entries. LCD will display d (lower case letter "d") to indicate don't care entry.
[HOLD]{PAUSE} Inserts a Pause when programming a Speed Dial Entry or for Voice
Mail Programming. LCD will display p (lower case "p") to indicate a Pause entry.
[TRF/FL]{FLASH} Enters a FLASH command as part of a Speed Dial Entry. LCD will
display F (upper case "F") to indicate a Flash command. Clears a digit during other
entries (Passwords, etc).
[MSG]{P->T} Enters a command to convert from pulse dialling to DTMF dialling into a
Speed Dial Entry. LCD will display T (upper case "T") to indicate a tone conversion
command.
[MIC/AT]{CHANGE} CHANGE key. Depending on form, it will cycle through available
Programming parameters.
[TRF/FL]{CLR DIGIT} Enters a FLASH command as part of a speed dial number.
Clears a digit during other entries (Passwords, etc).
[SPK]{EXIT} Exits Programming. Returns telephone to normal idle mode.
[REDIAL]{CLR ALL} Clears all digits on an entry such as speed dial or account codes.
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Alphanumeric Entry:
The following table indicates the capabilities of the name programming functions if they are selected on
the system. System Speed Dial, Personal Speed Dial, Stations, CO Lines and Sensors may be
programmed with names.
Key 1 =
Key 3 =
Key 5 =
Key 7 =
Key 9 =
Key # =
DSS Key 1 =
(Blank Space) – 1
D-E-F–3
J-K-L–5
P-Q-R-S–7
W-X-Y-Z –9
(
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#
Backspace Cursor (Left)
Key 2 =
Key 4 =
Key 6 =
Key 8 =
Key 0 =
Key * = (Dash)
DSS Key 2 =
A-B-C–2
G-H-I–4
M-N-O–6
T-U-V–8
(Period). : & – 0
/ ! *
Cursor Forward
If an entry is made that is not within valid system parameters, the HYBREX system will not accept the
entry when [SAVE] is pressed. The Speaker on the programming set will return a busy tone and the
LCD Display will place the programming cursor under the offending entry. You may make corrections
and press [SAVE] again. If multiple errors are made, the system will continue to return you to the illegal
entries as others are corrected.
It is not necessary to re-enter existing information on a multi-item form. You need enter only the
information that is to be changed. You may move the cursor to the left or right in order to access only
the specific entry that you want to change. You may press [SAVE] without regard for the placement of
the cursor on the LCD display.
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DK2 Phone key layout.
DSS buttons 31 and 32 on the DK6 will be duplicates of buttons
26 and 27
DK6 Phone Key Layout
The DK6 phone will lose 10 keys when used on a G2 system. The G2 will require E40
software to support the DK6.
The DK6 phone will lose 10 keys when used on a G1 system. The G1 will require E21c
or later software to support the DK6.
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PROGRAM MODES
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Program 01-tk-IP : Day Ringing And Ringing Line Preference Assignment
01-tk-IP FLX DAY
11 12 13 14 15
Tk = 01-10, IP = Item Pointer (01-16)
Assigned station number.
General:
This program assigns each incoming line to ring the programmed stations. The ringing methods can be
LINEAR (ring the first available station), CIRCULAR (Ring the next station following the last station who
just answered an incoming call), HUNT (Ring the first assigned station for a set period of time (program
mode 05-08-01) then if no answer ring the next ring assigned station then the next etc.) or COMMON
AUDIBLE (All stations will ring simultaneously). See Program Mode: 35-tk-07 to assign. An overflow
Ring Hunt Group can be assigned to make additional stations ring after a time interval in addition to this
ring assignment. See program Mode 29-07/08.
Description:
1. This program sets Day Time ringing.
2. The station number can be 2,3,4 digits.
3. A total of 16 stations can be assigned to ring for each trunk.
4. If the location is to be assigned to no station, the location value is set to " 0 ".
5. To clear all entries press [REDIAL].
Program 02-tk-IP : Night Ringing And Ringing Line Preference Assignment
02-tk-IP FLX NIG
11 12 13 14 15
tk = 01-10, IP = Item Pointer (01-16)
Assigned station number.
General:
This program assigns each incoming line to ring the programmed stations. The ringing methods can be
LINEAR (ring the first available station), CIRCULAR (Ring the next station following the last station who
answered an incoming call), HUNT (Ring the first assigned station for a set period of time (program
mode 05-08-01) then if no answer ring the next ring assigned station then the next etc.) or COMMON
AUDIBLE (All stations will ring simultaneously). See Program Mode: 35-tk-08 to assign. An overflow
Ring Hunt Group can be assigned to make additional stations ring after a time interval in addition to this
ring assignment. See program Mode 29-07/08.
Description:
1. This program sets Night Time ringing.
2. The station number can be 2,3,4 digits.
3. A total of 16 stations can be assigned to ring for each trunk.
4. If the location is to be assigned to no station, the location value is set to 0.
5. To clear all entries press [REDIAL].
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Program 03-01-IP : Door Phone Ringing Assignment
03-01-IP Door
11 12 13 14 15
IP = 01-08
Assigned station number.
General:
This program assigns the Analogue door phone to ring the programmed stations.
Description:
1. There is one Analogue door phone port available in the G1-824 (on Optional SLC8 card) and one on
the G2-1648 MSU card (standard).
2. Eight stations can be assigned to ring for the Analogue door phone.
3. To clear all entries press [REDIAL].
4. Door phone ringing time is set in Mode 05-11-07.
5. Door Relay Unlock Time is set in Mode 05-12-04.
6. Door phone Ringing frequency is set in Mode 05-03-08.
Program 04-gp-IP : Console Assignment
04-gp-IP Console
11 00 00 00
gp = Station group (01-08) IP = 01-04
Assigned station number(2 to 4 digits).
General:
This program permits the selection of the consoles in each station group.
Description:
1. There are 8 console groups available.
2. A total of four stations can be set to be the console in each group.
3. The first assigned station is the master console.
4. To clear all entries press [REDIAL]. Do this in ALL unused groups.
5. It is recommended that only one console is used per group.
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Program 05-01-IP : System Timing Parameters – 01
05-01-IP SYS PAR IP = 01-08
1 1 1 1 4 2 2 1 System Default.
Item
Pointer
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02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Display
Data
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0-9
0-9
0-9
0-9
0-9
0-9
0-9
Programming Data Description
-------------------------------------------Hold Recall Time
Exclusive Hold Recall Time
Hold Recall Timeout
DISA Access Delay Time
Busy Remind Cycle Time
Pause Time
DTMF Generation Time
Call Forward No Answer TRF. Time
Timing
Table
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A
A
C
C
D
E
Default
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1=60 Sec.
1=60 Sec.
1=2 Sec.
4=8 Sec.
2=800 Ms.
2=83 Ms.
1=20 Sec.
General:
This programming section allows the programmer to assign different system parameters.
Description:
01. Hold recall time:
This parameter sets the time duration from when Hold is initiated to when the held call starts to ring
(recall) the station.
After a pre-determined recall time (see 05-01-03: Hold Recall Timeout), if the station still does not
answer, the hold call will automatically transfer to the Console.
02. Exclusive Hold recall time:
This parameter sets the time duration from when Exclusive hold is initiated to when the held call starts to
recall the station.
After a pre-determined recall time (see 05-01-03: Hold Recall Timeout), if the station still does not
answer, the held call will recall to the Console in addition to the holding station.
03. Hold Recall Timeout:
This parameter sets the time between a call recalling to a holding or transferring station and then
recalling to the console if unanswered.
See timing table Grade A for parameters of these 3 features.
04. DISA Access Delay Time:
This parameter sets the time duration that a DISA trunk will ring prior to connection with return dial tone
or VSC message. (Stations can answer during this time.)
0 = Automatic connection, no ring to the stations.
1-8 = Automatic connection after 2-254 seconds ringing.
See timing table grade C for parameters for this feature.
From E30x software this parameter will only control Day Access time. See mode 05-11-04 for night.
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05. Busy Remind Cycle Time (Off-Hook Ringing):
This parameter selects the length of time an incoming trunk call rings the system before a busy ring
assigned station is reminded of the call. A muted, one-second ring will be given to the station through the
speaker to indicate the call. The tone will be repeated every busy remind time interval.
This parameter also sets the timing for the SLT Camp-On feature (see Mode 05-08-03 to extend timing
for SLT Camp on tone) and the camp on tone for key stations.
See timing table Grade C for parameters of this feature.
06. Pause Time:
This parameter sets the system pause time duration for speed dial entry, trunk access time and voice
mail call forwarding tone delay.
See timing table Grade D for parameters of this feature.
07. DTMF Generation Time:
This parameter permits the selection of DTMF Generation output time. The generation time may need to
be lengthened to access some Voice Mail or answering machines.
See timing table Grade E for parameters of this feature.
08. Call Forward No Answer Transfer Time:
This parameter sets the duration between calling a station which has set call forward no answer, and the
transfer of the call to the station to which it has been forwarded.
0 = 10 sec.
1 = 20 sec.
2 = 30 sec.
...........
9 = 100 sec.
TIMING TABLE
Grade
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Unit
A
30
60
90
120
150
180
210
240
253
-
Sec.
C
0
2
4
6
8
15
30
60
120
254
Sec.
D
400
600
800
1000
1200
1400
1600
1800
2000
2200
ms.
E
48
64
80
100
114
132
156
164
180
196
ms.
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Program 05-02-IP : System Timing Parameters – 02
05-02-IP SYS PAR IP = 01-08
5 5 1 2 1 0 2 4 System Default.
Item
Pointer
---------01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Display
Data
----------0-9
0-9
0-9
0-9
0-9
0-9
0-9
0-9
Programming Data Description
--------------------------------------------SLT Dial Tone Timeout
SLT Inter-Digit Timeout
Auto Redial Ringing Time
SLT Release Signal
Flash Time - Key Phone
SLT Hold Signal
Ring On Time
Ring Off Time
Timing
Table
---------C
C
B
I
G
F
Default
------------5=15 Sec.
5=15 Sec.
1=10 Sec.
2=200 ms.
1=100 ms.
0=80 ms.
2=240 ms.
4=4 Sec.
Description:
01. SLT Dial Tone Timeout:
This parameter is for Single Line Telephones. If a key is not pressed before the assigned time period
expires when Dial Tone is given, a Busy Tone will be heard.
02. SLT Inter-Digit Timeout:
This parameter is for Single Line Telephones. If the interval between digits dialled exceeds the assigned
time period, a Busy Tone will be given.
See timing table Grade C for parameters of these features.
03. Auto Redial Ringing Time – PSTN lines:
This parameter is the time duration for which the system will redial the telephone number automatically
and then hang up during Auto Redial on PSTN lines. ISDN lines will hang up immediately if the called
number is busy.
1 = 10 sec.
2 = 20 sec.
......
Off Hook
Auto-Redial Ringing
Timer
9 = 90 sec.
Auto-Redial Pause Time
(Program 05-05-08), Y
seconds
On Hook
Off Hook
Auto-Redial Ringing
Timer
04. SLT Release Signal:
This parameter is the time duration of depressing the hook switch of an SLT that the system will see as a
hang up, the system will take it as a hold signal if less than this time but longer than the SLT hook flash
time.
G1 -- 0 = 104 ms
5 = 800 ms
G2 -- 0 = 100 ms
5 = 800 ms
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1 = 208 ms
2 = 304 ms
3 = 400 ms
4 = 608 ms
6 = 1008 ms
7 =1200 ms
8 = 1408 ms
9 = 1600 ms
1 = 200 ms
2 = 300 ms
3 = 400 ms
4 = 600 ms
6 = 1000 ms
7 = 1200 ms
8 = 1400 ms
9 = 1600 ms
05. Exchange Line Flash Time - Key Phone & Analogue Phone:
This parameter permits the selection of Flash time for Key stations when pressing the [TRF/FL] key or
an analogue phone which presses flash and then dials 800 while connected to an outside line. After
dialling 800 the flash signal will be sent to the exchange line and the analogue phone will reconnect to
the exchange line.
See timing table Grade B for parameters of this feature.
06. SLT Hold Signal:
This parameter permits the selection of the Flash time from a single line telephone that the system will
see as a Hold signal if the time is greater than the hold signal but less than the SLT release time.
See timing table Grade I for parameters of this feature.
DURING
CONVERSATION
DURING
CONVERSATION
HOOK PRESSED-Period B
HOOK RELEASED
Period B < SLT Release Time
Hold
HOOK PRESSED-Period B
HOOK RELEASED
Period B > SLT Release Time
Hang Up
07. Ring On Time:
This parameter allows the system to identify Ring On Time Interval from the Exchange.
See timing table Grade G for parameters of this feature.
08. Ring Off Time:
This parameter allows the system to identify Ring Off Time Interval from the Exchange
See timing table Grade F for parameters of this feature.
TIMING TABLE
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Grade
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Unit
B
80
120
200
280
440
640
840
1040
1240
1440
ms.
B(UK,
Italy,
Aust )
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
300
600
ms.
C
0
2
4
6
8
15
30
60
120
254
Sec.
F
2
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Sec.
G
0
160
240
360
440
560
640
760
840
960
ms.
I – G1
64
80
104
200
304
400
512
600
704
800
ms.
I – G2
70
80
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
ms.
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Program 05-03-IP : System Timing Parameters – 03
05-03-IP SYS PAR IP = 01-08
1 0 0 9 0 2 0 6 System Default.
Item
Pointer
--------01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Display
Data
---------0-1
0-1
0-1
0-9,d
0-9
2-4
0-1
0-9
Programming Data Description
----------------------------------------------------------Make / Break Ratio
Automatic Trunk Search
Intercom Call Signalling Method
PABX (Centrex) Outgoing Code
Toll Access Code
Station Numbering Plan
Internal Dial Tone Pattern
Door Phone / ACP Ringing Frequency
Default
------------1=40/60
0=Yes
0=Voice
9=9
0=0
2=2
0=Steady
6= Ring Freq 6
Description:
01. Make/Break Ratio:
This parameter permits the selection of a Make/Break Ratio for Dial Pulse signalling.
0 = 33/66
1 = 40/60
02. Automatic Trunk Search:
This parameter allows the system to search for an available trunk according to the assigned dial 9 trunk
group when automatic dialling features are used; i.e., Speed Dial, Save Redial, Redial, etc.
0 = Allowed
1 = Not Allowed
03. Intercom Call Signalling Method:
This parameter selects the Intercom calling method. The user can still override this selection by dialling
3 after initiating an intercom call. Individual stations can be set to automatic microphone switch-on in
mode 46-st-03 and thus override the system wide ring method.
0 = Voice Signalling.
1 = Ring Signalling.
04. PABX (Centrex) Outgoing Code: (Refer to Program 35-TK-01):
This parameter assigns the PABX outgoing call access code for Redial and Save Redial when the
system is installed behind a PABX.
It is used when Trunk Lines are set to be PABX lines in Mode 35-TK-01.
This assignment also enables the system to identify whether the user's dialling is a PABX's Intercom call
or an Outgoing call for toll restrictions.
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05. Toll Access Code:
The first digit that is checked for verification of a toll call. This has no effect on toll restriction within the
system. It is only used to notify SMDR that a particular call is a toll call. See Mode 14-01-03. With 8 digit
local numbering plans in use this parameter is not always useable.
0 = beginning with 0, 1 = 1, 2 = 2, ……..9 = 9
06. Station Numbering Plan:
This parameter assigns the number of digits used for the station numbering plan. 2, 3, or 4 digits may
be used. In the G1-824 the system will set this parameter to 2 digits automatically at the time of system
initialisation.
07. Internal Dial Tone Pattern:
This parameter assigns the pattern of internal dial tone. If the parameter is set to 0 or 1 then analogue
phones will receive the special DND tone if call forward or DND has been set for that extension. Item 2
(and 6) is particularly designed for use when there is a Voice Mail system connected to the system as
some Voice mail units have problems with the broken dial tone. Item 6 will also provide what is known as
Stutter dial tone to extensions when they are left a message, useful where phones do not have a
message light. When this is enabled as well as MW direct to handsets by other methods the phones with
messages will receive both Message light and stutter dial tone.
Setting
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Intercom
Steady
Steady
DND
SP.
SP.
Steady
CFW
SP.
SP.
Steady
Interrupted
Interrupted
Interrupted
Steady
Steady
SP.
SP.
Steady
SP.
SP.
Steady
Interrupted
Interrupted
Interrupted
Interrupted
Interrupted
MW: Message Waiting.
DND: Do not disturb.
MW
Steady
Interrupted
Steady
Interrupted
Interrupted
Steady
Interrupted
Steady
CFW: Call Forward.
08. Door Phone Ring Pattern:
This parameter allows for different ring patterns for the Door Phone. This Parameter will also affect the
ACP phone. If this mode is set to = 0 then the ACP will follow the extension ringing frequency otherwise
it will follow settings in this Mode.
0
1-8
9
68
= Continuous ring
= Ring using Ring frequency 1 to 8 of the DK handset.
= Background Music
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Program 05-04-IP : System Timing Parameters – 04
05-04-IP SYS PAR IP = 01-08
4 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 System Default.
Item
Pointer
--------01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Display
Data
---------0-9
0-1
0-8
0-1
0-9
0-4
0-1
0-4
Programming Data Description
----------------------------------------------------------System baud Rate Setting – G2-1648
Dial 9 Flag
Action for Call Duration Limiting
12/24 Hours Clock
Delay SLT’s Access to Send the Second Flash
Speed Dialling Distribution
Single Digit Intercom
Message Waiting Method - Analogue Phones
Default
------------4=9600
1=Enable
0=Warning
0=12 Hours
0=No Delay
1=200 Sets
0=Disable
1=Ring
Description:
01. System Baud Rate Setting:
This parameter sets the system Baud rate setting for SMDR and CTI applications for the G2-1648. The
G1-824 is fixed at 2400 BPS. The baud rate settings between 1200 and 9600 are the settings that
should be used. DO NOT USE 19200 as it contains an ISDN test procedure that will cause conflict with
Call Accounting.
0=1200
7=57600
1=2400
2=4800
3=7200
4=9600
5=19200
6=38400
02. Dial 9 Flag:
This parameter sets if a station can access an outgoing line by dialling 9. If this parameter is disabled
the station can still access an outgoing line by pressing a line key.
0 = Can not access dial 9 feature
1 = Can access dial 9 feature
03. Action for Call Duration Limiting:
This parameter decides what action will be taken if a station has limit call duration enabled in Mode 40nnnn-03. Settings 0 to 3 are for outgoing calls only. The outside party will also hear the warning tone.
0 & 5 = Continuous Warning Tone after Timeout.
1 & 6 = 1 second Warning Tone for each cycle of Limit Call Duration
2 & 7 = At 10 seconds before Timeout, 1 second Warning Tone,
At 5 seconds before timeout, continuous Warning Tone,
At timeout the line is released.
3 & 8 = At 1 minute before timeout, 1 second warning tone,
At 30 seconds before timeout, continuous warning tone
At timeout the line is released.
Related System Programming Mode: 05-04-03, 40-st-03
04. 12/24 Hours Clock:
0 = 12 Hours Clock
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1 = 24 Hours Clock
05. Delay SLT’s Access to Send the Second Flash:
Allow SLT to disable the second flash if the delay time of the first flash is not yet timed out.
0~9 = Delay 0~9 Seconds to accept the second flash.
06. Speed Dialling Distribution:
This parameter sets the number of speed dial numbers allocated to the system speed dial. Adding extra
numbers to system Speed Dial reduces the number of personal Speed Dial numbers available to share
between individual stations.
0 = System 100 (100 to 199)
: Individual 500/200
1 = System 200 (100 to 299)
: Individual 400/100
2 = System 300 (100 to 399)
: Individual 300/000
3 = System 400/300 (100 to 499)
: Individual 200/000
4 = System 500/300 (100 to 599)
: Individual 100/000
Numbers after backslash indicate sets available with name feature enabled.
07. Single Digit Intercom:
Single digit intercom allows the stations to call up to 5 other stations by dialling one digit only (1 to 5).
This feature is for the Hotel / Motel Environment. Up to eight different groups may be programmed. If a
group is not programmed with any entries then stations which are in the same number station group will
be able to make intercom calls without dialling the room to room dialling prefix (6).
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
08. Message Waiting Method for Analogue Phones:
If the setting is Ring, the analogue phone will receive 30 seconds intercom ringing every 5 minutes until
the station answers.
If the setting is Voice Message, the station which is left a message will hear the voice message which is
stored by the console after answering the message waiting.
If the setting is 250 ms. ring the analogue phone will receive two 250 ms. ring burst every 5 minutes.
This is for use with the special telephones to turn on message lamp.
0 = No Message Waiting
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1= 90V DC
3 = Two 250 ms. Ring
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05-05-IP SYS PAR IP = 01-08
1 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 System Default.
Item
Pointer
-------01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Display
Data
----------0-3
0-1
0-5
0-9
0-7
0-1
0-9
0-9
Programming Data Description
---------------------------------------------------------Morning Call Type
Meter Pulse Detect
Speed Dial Unrestricted-1
Speed dial Unrestricted-2
Name Feature For Extensions, Trunks, Speed dials
Dial Tone Detection
Auto Redial Times
Auto Redial Pause Time
Default
-----------1=Music
0=Enable
0=0
0=0
3=enable
1=Enable
1=2 Times
0=10 Sec.
Description:
01. Morning Call:
This parameter is for the Hotel/Motel environment to decide what an extension will hear upon receiving a
wake up call.
0 = Voice message (requires VSC)
1 = Back-ground music or DND tone.
2 = VSC + Record Morning Call History via SMDR
3 = Back-ground music or DND tone + Record Morning Call History via SMDR
Each station can be set in Mode 44-st-08 to decide whether to hear Background Music or DND tone.
To record Morning call dial [89][Password (Default=1234)][2][3][3] from the console.
02. Metering Detector:
If setting is Enable, the system will detect the metering signal from the Exchange during the
conversation.
0 = Enable
1 = Disable
03, 04. Speed Dial Unrestricted 1, 2:
If 03, 04 settings are A, B, then the speed dial codes from 100 to AB0 are not toll restricted. For example
if the settings are 1 and 1 then Speed dials up to 110 can be used by stations whether they conflict with
toll restrictions or not. Individual stations can be restricted from using this feature in Mode 45-st-07.
If 03, 04 settings are set to 0, 0, then all speed dial codes are toll restricted if the station using the speed
dial is restricted.
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05. Name Function:
This parameter enables the naming feature for trunks, extensions and speed dials.
Features \ Values
0
1
Display Name instead of number
for Extension
2
V
Directory Dial for Speed Dial
V
Directory Dial for Extension
3
5
7
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V: The feature is enabled.
Note 1: When any of the above features are enabled the total number of speed dial sets will be
reduced by 300. See Mode 05-04-06.
Note 2: For setting name for Extension/Speed dial/Trunk, Please refer to the programming mode
43 / 09 /35.
Note 3: For setting “Directory Dial” key, Please refer to mode 07.
06. Dial Tone Detection:
If setting is enable, then the system will send out the dialling signals after the system detects the Dial
Tone which is sent from the exchange, if dial tone is not detected by the system then dialling signals will
not be sent out. If setting is disable, then the system will send out dialling signals whether Dial Tone is
detected or not.
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
07. Auto Redial Times:
This parameter is to set the number of auto redial times which the system will attempt.
0 = 0 times
1 = 2 times
2 = 6 times
3 = 10 times
4 = 20 times
5 = 30 times
6 = 40 times
7 = 50 times
8 = 60 times
9 = 70 times.
08. Auto Redial Pause Time:
This parameter is the time duration between the system hanging up an auto redial attempt and starting
to redial automatically.
0 = 10 Sec.
1 = 20 Sec.
2 = 30 Sec.
Off Hook
Auto-Redial Ringing Timer
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..........
9 = 100 Sec.
Auto-Redial Pause Time
(Program 05-05-08), Y
seconds
On Hook
Off Hook
Auto-Redial Ringing Timer
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Program 05-06-IP : System Timing Parameters – 06
05-06-IP SYS PAR IP = 01-08
1 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 System Default.
Item
Pointer
--------01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Display
Data
----------0-9
0-9
0-1
0-9
0-1
0-9
0-1
0-2
Timing
Programming Data Description
Table
-------------------------------------------------------------TRF Busy Recall Timeout
A
TRF Idle Recall Timeout
A
ISDN Audio
Polarity Reversal
Operator Code
Unsupervised Conference And ECF Time Setting
Hold Method for SLT
Station Hunting Group Ring Method
Default
--------------1=60 Sec.
0=30
0=a law
1=Enable
0=0
3=3 Min.
0=Flash
0=Common
Description:
01. Transfer Busy Recall Timeout:
This parameter sets the time duration between transferring a call to a busy party and automatic transfer
back to the transferring party when the called party is busy.
02. Transfer idle Recall Timeout:
This parameter sets the time duration between transferring a call to a station and automatic transfer
back to the transferring party when the called party does not answer.
See timing table Grade A for parameters of these 2 features.
03. ISDN Audio
This parameter sets ISDN Audio type.
0 = a law
1 = u law
04. Polarity Reversal:
This parameter is to enable the Polarity Reversal detection feature for incoming caller hang up detection
in Australia and some European countries. See Mode 14-01-08 for SMDR setting. Telecom will need to
enable polarity reversal at the exchange. When reversal is enabled the system will hang up the
exchange line when the incoming caller hangs up and the exchange sends a reversal to the system.
0 = Disable
1 = Enable for 1 polarity reverse signal
2-9 =Delay for 1-8 Seconds and then detect Polarity Reverse Signal
05. Operator Code:
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This parameter is to set whether to dial "0" or "9" for the operator or for accessing a CO. line.
1 = Dial "9" for operator, "0" for C.O. line.
0 = Dial "0" for operator, "9" for C.O. line.
06. Unsupervised Conference and ECF Time Setting:
This parameter sets the time that the system will allow an Unsupervised Conference or External Call
Forward to continue before sending a warning tone to the parties and then disconnecting the call. If
either party sends a DTMF digit (0-9) to the system the timer will reset and allow the call to continue for
the time setting. If reversal supervision is used it will override this setting.
0 = No Limit
1 = 1 Min.
2 = 2 Min.
3 = 3 Min.
4-9 = 4 Min.
07. Hold Feature for SLT:
This parameter is to set whether Single Line Telephones use [FLASH] (or [Hook-switch]) or [FLASH, 7]
(or [Hook-switch, 7]) to place a call on Hold.
0 = Normal -----> Using [FLASH] or [Hook-switch] to put a call on Hold.
1 = Alternate --> Using [FLASH, 7] or [Hook-switch, 7] to put a call on Hold.
08. Station Hunting Group Ring Method:
This parameter sets the ring method used in the station hunting groups. Pilot numbers for hunt groups
are set in Mode 67 and Day/Night ring stations are set in Mode 68 & 69. Individual Hunt Group Ring type
is programmable in program 67-gp-02 and will over ride the system wide setting made here.
0 = Common
1 = Linear
2 = Circular
TIMING TABLE
Grade
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
unit
A
30
60
90
120
150
180
210
240
253
254
sec.
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05-07-IP SYS PAR IP = 01-08
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 System Default.
Item
Pointer
---------01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Display
Data
---------0-1
0-1
0-1
0-7
0-1
0-9
0-9
Programming Data Description
-------------------------------------------------Intercom Searching
Toll Override Prevention from quick dial
Paging Alert Tone
DISA Transfer To Console - No Dialling
Keyphone Toll Override Prevention
SMDR Digit Mask
Meter Pulse Detect Delay Time
Reserved
Timing
Table
-------------
Default
------------0=Disable
0=Disable
0=Enable
0=Enable
0=Disable
0=Disable
0=0 Ms.
0=
Description:
01. Intercom Searching:
If setting is enable, when calling an internal station which is busy or does not answer, pressing [4] will
call the next station which is in the same station group as the called station. If setting is disable then
there will be no transfer.
0 = Disable
2 = Enable when no answer
1 = Enable when busy
3 = Enable when busy or no answer
02. Toll Override Prevention from quick dial:
To protect toll override control when a Key phone selects a trunk and quickly dials one digit and
overriding the toll control. If Enabled then after selecting a trunk the first digit dialled will be delayed one
pause interval.
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
03. Paging Alert Tone:
This parameter enables/disables the paging alert tone.
0 = Enable page alert tone
=1 Disable page alert tone
04. DISA Recall To Console - No Dialling:
If this function is activated, when a DISA call is answered but the caller does not dial any digits or a
station number the system will recall the Operator after the assigned DISA Transfer Time no dialling
(Mode 05-08-07). If this function is disabled the call will be disconnected after Transfer Time No Dialling
elapses.
From E30 z software this parameter also is used to clear the VMU channels after 10 minutes of
operation where problems are found with locked up VMU channels.
2 = Enable Release feature and no dial transfer to console.
3 = Enable Release feature and no dial not transfer to console.
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0 = Recall To Operator
1 = No Recall To Operator
No dialling after the first voice
Value announcement of VSC.
The VSC has already announced that the
called station is busy or no answer.
The VSC has already announced the
null number or the dialled number that
has not been received completely.
*
*
*
0
V
*
*
1
*
V
*
2
V
V
*
3
*
*
V
4
V
*
V
5
*
V
V
6
V
V
V
7
"*"= System will transfer the incoming call
"*"= Transfer the incoming call to console. "*"= See Mode 46-ST-04.
to console if time for no dialling exceeds
the mode 05-08-07.
"V"= See Mode 46-ST-04. If it is no recall to
"V"= System will announce the VSC
"V"= System will announce the VSC
function 6 to the incoming call if time for no console, System will announce the VSC
function 6 to the incoming call if time for
Note dialling exceeds the mode 05-08-07. And function 6 to the incoming call if time for no
then, System will release the outgoing call dialling exceeds the mode 05-08-07. And then, no dialling exceeds the mode 05-08-07.
System will release the outgoing call if time for And then, System will release the
if time for no dialling exceeds the mode
no dialling exceeds the mode 05-08-07 again. outgoing call if time for no dialling
05-08-07 again.
exceeds the mode 05-08-07 again.
05. Toll Restriction Override Prevention:
If the setting is Disable, after accessing a line a user will be able to use a DTMF generator directly to the
network rather than the DTMF signal generated within the KSU. The result of this is that Toll restrictions
can be over-ridden.
If setting is Enable, then no audio will be sent from the handset until 3 digits are received by the KSU
from the key station dial pad preventing Toll restrictions being overridden. This parameter will be
automatically disabled on any lines which are set to Pulse dial.
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
06. SMDR Digit Mask:
If setting is "0", then the full length of the telephone number will be output to the SMDR. If setting is n,
then the length of the telephone number will be n digits long.
n = 0 to 9
07. Meter Pulse Detect Delay Time (CO release guard time):
This parameter is also used to insert a pause between a line being released and being able to be reselected for outward dialling.
See timing table grade K for parameters for this feature.
08. Reserved:
TIMING TABLE
Grade
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
unit
K
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
sec.
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Program 05-08-IP : System Timing Parameters – 08
05-08-IP SYS PAR IP = 01-08
3 0 9 0 7 1 4 0 System Default.
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0-1
0-9
0-1
0-8
0-9
0-9
0-1
Programming Data
Description
-------------------------------------------------Ring Hunt Time Setting
DSS Access To Other Trunk Group
SLT Camp On Tone
DISA Transfer Group (No Answer)
SLT Programming digit
DISA TRANSFER Time No Answer or Busy
DISA Transfer Time No Dialling
Music source selection
Timing
Table
---------C
Default
-----------3=6 Sec.
0=Enable
9=t x 9
0=Station Group
7=7 + Code
1=16 Sec.
4=4 Sec.
0=Melody IC
Description:
01. Ring Hunt Time Setting:
If setting is n, Then when an incoming call rings the first ring assigned extension and that extension is
busy, after n seconds the call will ring the second of the ring assigned extensions. If the 2nd extension is
busy the call will go to the 3rd extension immediately. All stations which have been passed by the ring
assignment will receive off hook busy remind. Up to 16 stations can be in the ring hunt group. If the
setting is 0 then only the first ring assigned station will ring.
See timing table C for parameters of this feature.
02. DSS Access To Other Trunk group:
This feature enables or disables the ability of stations to use a DSS key to answer Ringing CO lines not
in their own group.
0 = Enable.
1 = Disable
03. SLT Camp On Tone:
This feature enables a tone to indicate call waiting for a busy Analogue phone and sets the interval
between tones. The interval between tones will be the Off Hook Busy Remind Interval (t) x by the setting
in this parameter. Off Hook Busy Remind Time is set in Mode 05-01-05.
0 = Disable
1=tx1
2=tx2
......... 9 = t x 9
04. DISA Transfer Group:
This parameter decides to which group an unsuccessful DISA call will be transferred if the called station
has transfer enabled in Mode 46-st-04.
0 = Console for the Called Station's group (Mode 41-st-01)
1 = Console for the Incoming Trunk's group (Mode 36-gp)
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05. SLT Programming Digit:
This feature changes the programming digit used by an Analogue phone to perform its programmable
features. For example call forward is normally 701, If this parameter is set to 3 the call forward code will
be 301. If the setting is 0 then the analogue phones cannot do programming. If the setting is 8 it is
necessary to press [*][#] before accessing programming or dialling any 8 codes. This will allow the use
of digits 1 to 8 as the first digit of a station number.
0 = Disable
1 = 1xx
2 = 2xx
3 = 3xx
4 = 4xx .... 7 = 7xx
8 = [*][#][7] for programming, [*][#][8] to access functions beginning with 8.
06. DISA Transfer Time No Answer:
An incoming call is answered by the DISA voice message and transferred to the called extension. If the
called extension does not answer after this time duration the voice card will announce the status of the
station (no answer). or if the station is busy will announce the status (busy) immediately and then retry
the station the number of times set in Mode 05-11-06 and depending on the settings for individual
stations in Mode 46-st-04 will also transfer the call to the console of the group specified in Mode 05-0804, transfer the call to the console only or disconnect the call.
0 = 8 Seconds
1 = 16 Seconds
2 = 24 Seconds
....
9 = 80 Seconds
07. DISA Transfer Time No Dialling:
This parameter sets the time that a DISA call will wait after the voice message is completed before
transferring to the console if no digits are dialled by the caller. Do not set this to less than about 3
seconds for normal operation.
0 = 0 Seconds
1 = 1 Second
2 = 2 Seconds
.... 9 = 9 Seconds
08. Music source selection
This parameter sets the Music Source for the Internal Background Music and CO Music on Hold. VMU
MOH is only available on E30x software.
Set Data
B.G.M
MOH
Set Data
BGM
MOH
0
Melody IC
Melody IC
5
External source
SLT-MOH
1
External Source
Melody IC
6
Melody IC
Internal Tone
2
Melody IC
External Source
7
External Source
Internal Tone
3
External Source
External source
8
Melody IC
VMU-MOH
4
Melody IC
SLT-MOH
9
External source
VMU-MOH
TIMING TABLE
Grade
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
unit
C
0
2
4
6
8
15
30
60
120
254
sec.
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Program 05-09-IP : System Timing Parameters – 09
05-09-IP SYS PAR IP = 01-08
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 System Default.
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0-9
0-9
00-9
0-9
0-9
Programming Data
Description
-------------------------------------------------Reserved
Busy Console Queuing (Intercom Calls)
Clear Forward - Loop Disconnect Detection
DISA Busy Tone Detection
Reserved
ACD-1 Enable Time
ACD-1 Segment 2 Recall Time
ACD-1 Release Time
Timing
Table
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O
N/Q
P
Default
-----------0=
0=Disable
0=Disable
0=Disable
0=
0=5 Sec
0=Disable
0=No Release
Description:
01. Reserved
02. Console Queuing:
This feature enables the busy console(s) to have an intercom call(s) queued to it(them). If the station
dials the operator (by 0 or 9) and all the consoles are busy, the system will put this call in the queue to
wait for the operators to be free. The calling station will hear ring back tone instead of busy tone and the
first operator in the group will receive the Busy Remind Signal. The first operator to go on-hook will
receive the call.
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
03. Clear Forward Signal Detection - Loop Disconnect
This feature enables loop disconnection as a Clear Forward Signal.
0= Do not detect this signal.
1= The Loop Disconnecting Signal > 80 ms.
2= The Loop Disconnecting Signal > 130 ms.
3= The Loop Disconnecting Signal > 180 ms.
4= The Loop Disconnecting Signal > 230 ms.
5= The Loop Disconnecting Signal > 810 ms.
6= The Loop Disconnecting Signal > 860 ms.
7= The Loop Disconnecting Signal > 910 ms.
8= The Loop Disconnecting Signal > 960 ms.
9= The Loop Disconnecting Signal > 1010 ms.
(> 80 ms. For A01X version)
(> 160 ms. For A01X version)
(> 240 ms. For A01X version)
(> 320 ms. For A01X version)
(> 400 ms. For A01X version)
(> 480 ms. For A01X version)
(> 560 ms. For A01X version)
(> 640 ms. For A01X version)
(> 720 ms. For A01X version)
04. DISA Busy Tone Detection :
This feature allows the system to recognize busy tone from the exchange line during DISA operation for
clearing down the call.
G1 systems only support Busy Tone Detect from software version E20y and a VSC is required to add
the feature. To enable in the G1 the setting for Australia is 8.
0 = Disable
1 = Australia busy tone
(420 Hz, 375ms on/off)
(400 Hz, 375ms on/off)
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2 = Italian busy tone
3 = Mexico busy tone
4 = South African busy tone
5 = Spanish busy tone
7 = Taiwanese busy tone
8 = Indonesia busy tone
(420 Hz, 500ms on/off)
(420 Hz, 250ms on/off)
(400 Hz, 500ms on/off)
(420 Hz, 200ms on/off)
(480 Hz + 620 Hz, 250ms on/off and 500ms on/off)
(500hz 250ms on/off)
(500hz 500ms on/off)
(420hz 250ms on/off)
(420hz 500ms on/off)
(1000hz Continuous on)
G1 = 8
05. Reserved:
06. ACD-1 Enable Time:
This parameter is to set the time duration before the system answers an incoming call when the ring
assigned station(s) are busy, if a VSC card is fitted. The incoming call will show as a normal ring signal
on the DSS key and can be answered by the operator at any time even while the voice message is
playing to the caller.
See timing table Grade O for settings for this
07. ACD-1 Segment 2 Recall Time:
This parameter sets the time an ACD-1 call which has been answered by the VSC company greeting
message will stay on hold in the operator queue before the system will play the second part of the ACD1 message to apologize for the continuing delay. The call back time for the second message starts at 30
seconds and increases in 15 second increments. The message will be played to the caller every time the
recall time is reached until answered by the operator or the caller hangs up.
See timing table Grade N for settings for this parameter for G1 and early G2.
For G2-E20/G1-E10 and later software use table Q
08. ACD-1 Release Time:
This parameter sets the time at which the system will release the incoming caller during ACD-1
operation when it has not been answered by an operator. The system will play a warning message to the
caller before releasing the call. If polarity reversal is used for incoming call clear down then this
parameter must be disabled.
See Timing table Grade P for settings for this parameter
TIMING TABLE
Grade
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
unit
N
Dis
30
45
60
75
90
105
120
135
150
sec.
O
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
sec.
P
Dis
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
Min.
Q
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
Secs
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Program 05-10-IP : System Timing Parameters – 10
05-10-IP SYS PAR IP = 01-08
d d d d d d d d System Default.
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HOLD
DND
Programming Data
Description
-------------------------------------------------Leading Digit 1 For Voice Mail Forwarding
Leading Digit 2 For Voice Mail Forwarding
Leading Digit 3 For Voice Mail Forwarding
Leading Digit 4 For Voice Mail Forwarding
Leading Digit 5 For Voice Mail Forwarding
Leading Digit 6 For Voice Mail Forwarding
Leading Digit 7 For Voice Mail Forwarding
Leading Digit 8 For Voice Mail Forwarding
Default
-----------d= None
d= None
d= None
d= None
d= None
d= None
d= None
d= None
Description:
This parameter allows the system to insert digits before the call forwarded station number when the call
forward is received by the voice mail port if Standard Protocol is selected. If the station numbering is only
2 or 3 digits the system will insert additional digits if the Voice Mail requires more. The last digits of the
voice mail box number will still have to be the same as the station numbering for correct recognition. The
HOLD key can be used to insert a pause in the DTMF tone sending and will display as a (p). The DND
key is no digits sent and is shown as (d).
Example:
The HYBREX is set to 2 digit numbering but the voice mail requires 4 digits. The voice mail also requires
a pause between answering the call and the tones being sent. Set this parameter to the following
05-10-IP SYS PAR
p 1 1 d d d d d
When the call forwarded station 11 is answered by the voice mail port after the pause time the digits
1111 will be sent to the port by the system. If station 11's voice mail box is 1111 then the mailbox
number 1111 will be automatically opened by the tones.
There are 2 different Voice Mail Protocols available in the HYBREX G series depending on the setting in
Mode 05-12-05. If this mode is set to 0 then the Protocol will be the leading digits entered in this Mode
plus the Station Number of the forwarded station. If Mode 05-12-05 is set to 1 then the Enhanced
Protocol shown on the following page will be used.
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Enhanced Protocol
Internal Call
Call Forward - All Calls (Ext)
C11 + STB + STA
Call Forward - Busy (Ext)
C12 + STB + STA
Call Forward - No Answer (Ext)
C13 + STB + STA
Direct Call From Extension
C14 + STA + STA
Record Call From Extension
C15 + STA + STA
Incoming CO Line and ISDN Indial
Call Forward - All Calls (CO)
C21 + STB + TRK
Call Forward - Busy (CO)
C22 + STB + TRK
Call Forward - No Answer (CO)
C23 + STB + TRK
Direct Call from Trunk
C24 + TRK + TRK
Transfer Back to Voice Mail
C25 + STB + TRK
Definition:
1. CNM - 2 Digits N:
Forward Type 1-9
( 1 Digit )
M:
Leading Digit Type 1-9 ( 1 Digit )
2. STA: Calling Station Number ( 2 - 4 Digits ) 3. STB: Called Station Number( 2 - 4 Digits )
4. TRK: Incoming Trunk Number ( 2 Digits )
The station number will always be 4 digits. The number will be padded out with leading 0’s
Example: C21 + STB + TRK -> Trunk number = 02, STB = 234 - DTMF --> 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 3 4
Answer Digit When a called station answers the System will play [DTMF A].
Busy Digit. When a called station is busy the system will play [DTMF B].
Disconnect Digit. The system will play [DTMF C] when an inside station disconnects or when a V/M is
connected to a TK which receives polarity reversal or Loop Disconnect.
These 3 functions will considerably speed up the operation of the V/M as it will not have to wait to listen
to tones to see what is happening with calls.
Answering Machine Operation:
When activated this function allows the caller to set call forward to the Voice Mail as usual but then
monitor calls to the Voice Mail from his key phone (on hook) and if they wish can lift the handset and
take the call back from the Voice Mail. To enable the user presses [SPK] [7][7][3][1] and to disable
presses [SPK] [7][7][3][0].
Record Function:
This function is dependant on the Recording Unit being capable of inserting the
recording tone to alert the caller they are being recorded. To record it is necessary for the Key
phone to have a [RECORD] key which is FCN 48 . During a call the STN presses the
[RECORD] button and the Voice Mail will answer if a port is available and the system will send
the Protocol 15 + STN NO + STN No.
Voice Mail System Leading Digit Format (A01Gx or its latest version only)
1+ extension number = CFWD All Calls
(Replaces 11 and 21eeeexxxx)
2+ extension number = CFWD Busy
(Replaces 12 and 22eeeexxxx)
3+ extension number = CFWD No Answer
(Replaces 13 and 23eeeexxxx)
4+ extension number = Direct Call to Voice Mail (Station)
(Replaces 14eeeexxxx)
5+ extension number = Call Record
(Replaces 15eeeexxxx)
6+ extension number = Recall to Voice Mail
(Replaces 25eeeexxxx)
7+ CO trunk number = Incoming CO Call
(Replaces 2400tt00tt)
02. For Answer Machine
. How to enable answer machine ?
-> The key phone set all call forward to voice mail [86]
-> Press [FN:27] to enable answer machine feature (The led will on)
exp: ST:18 43-18-05=01
[PROG][1][86]
[FN:27]
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Program 05-11-IP : System Timing Parameters – 11
05-11-IP SYS PAR IP = 01-08
0 0 1 1 0 0 5 0 System Default.
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0-1
0-2
0-1
0-3
0-9
0-9
0-8
Programming Data
Description
-------------------------------------------------DTMF Caller ID Leading Digit
DISA Password – 1 / 24 Sets
Select Music on Hold or Ring Back Tone
DISA Access Delay Time - Night
DISA Special Function Access
DISA Re-check Times To Busy Console
Door Phone Ringing Time
DISA Single Digit Dialling
Timing
Table
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C
Default
-----------0=None
0=1
1=MOH
1=Wait
0=[8],[9],[*],[#]
0=2 Times
5=30 Sec.
0=Disable
Description:
01. DTMF Caller ID leading Digit:
This parameter defines the start digit of DTMF caller ID signal. System will omit the start digit for CLI
data on the display phone and CLI list.
02. Number of DISA Passwords:
This parameter when enabled will increase the number of DISA passwords from 1 to 24. At the default
setting of 0 the DISA password will be set in mode 13-02. If the parameter is set to 1, 24 passwords are
available and they will be the same as the forced account codes numbers (25-48). Forced account
codes are set in Mode 17-(00-48).
0 = 1 password
1 = 24 Passwords
03. Select Music on Hold or Ring Back Tone:
This parameter selects what the incoming caller will hear during Ring Transfer and Hold Recall
conditions. The feature is designed for Australia to prevent the caller incorrectly recognizing the
HYBREX's International Ring Back Tone as a disconnect or engaged signal and hanging up even
though their call is still in progress.
0 = Ring Back Tone
1 = Music On Hold
2 = Silence
04. DISA Access Delay time – Night:
This parameter sets the time duration that a DISA trunk will ring prior to connection with VSC message.
(Stations can answer during this time.) during night switch
0 = Automatic connection, no ring to the stations.
1-8 = Automatic connection after 2-254 seconds ringing.
See timing table grade C for parameters for this feature.
This parameter will only control Night Access time from E30x software. See mode 05-01-04 for Day.
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05: DISA Special Function Access:
This parameter sets which of the system functions are able to be accessed by DISA callers.
0 = enable DISA make unsupervised conference [9]/[0]
enable user can listen to mail box from outside party [#]
1 = disable DISA make unsupervised conference [9]/[0]
enable user can listen to mail box from outside party [#]
2 = enable DISA make unsupervised conference [9]/[0]
disable user can listen to mail box from outside party [#]
3 = disable DISA make unsupervised conference [9]/[0]
disable user can listen to mail box from outside party [#]
06. DISA Re-check Times To Station/Console:
This function sets the number of times that an unsuccessful DISA call will attempt to retry a station and
or transfer to a console after the ringing time set in Mode 05-08-06 if the Voice Sectioning function is
activated, depending on the setting for individual stations in Mode 46-st-04. If polarity reversal is
available set this parameter to 9 and the call will continue to retry until the caller hangs up.
0 = 2 times
1 = 3 times
2 = 4 times
..........8= 10 times
9 = Infinite times
07. Door Phone Ringing Time:
This parameter sets the time that Door Phone ring assigned stations will ring for when the Door Phone
button is pressed.
0 = 5 Sec.
1 = 10 Sec.
2 = 15 Sec.
3 = 20 Sec ...........9 = 50 Sec.
08. DISA Single Digit Dialling:
A. G1-824. This feature allows a DISA caller to dial stations by 1 digit (1-5) using the settings in Mode
10-gp-IP to set which station will be dialled by each digit.
0 = Disable
2 = Dial the stations in Group 2
.......................
1 = Dial the Stations in Group 1
3 = Dial the Stations in Group 3
8 = Dial the stations in Group 8
B. G2-1648. This feature allows a DISA caller to dial stations by 1 digit (1-8) using the Hunt Groups (0108) settings in Mode 67, 68, and 69 to set which station(s) will be dialled by each digit. See mode 05-1603 for additional setting information.
05-16-03=0
0 = Disable
1 = Enable Day
2 = Enable Night
3= Enable Day/Night
4 = Enable lunch break 5 = Enable day and lunch break 6 = Enable night and lunch break
7 = Enable day/night/lunch break.
* To Hear
Program
Full
Single
Dial
Message
05-11-08
Greeting
Extended
Night
Mode
Extension Digit
Dept extended
message &use
Day
Yes
Yes
No
No
Single digit
=0
DISA, dial one
Night
Yes
Yes
No
No
after Company
Day
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
greeting/night
=1
Night
Yes
Yes
No
No
message. If any
other digit is
Day
Yes
Yes
No
No
=2
entered system
Night
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
will not allow
Day
Yes
Yes
No
No
corrections and
=0
Night
Yes
Yes
No
No
the only option is
to dial full
Day
Yes
Yes*
Yes
Yes*
Yes
extension
=1
Night
Yes
Yes
No
No
number or 0 for
Day
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
the Operator
=2
Night
Yes*
Yes
Yes
Yes*
Yes
05-16-03=1
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Program 05-12-IP : System Timing Parameters – 12
05-12-IP SYS PAR IP = 01-08
0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 System Default.
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Data
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00-1
0-9
0-7
0-1
0-9
0-1
Programming Data
Timing
Description
Table
----------------------------------------------------------Call Transfer Method – Key Telephone
Reserved
Exclusive hold capability
Door Unlock Relay Activation Time
Voice Mail Call Forward Protocol Type / mute digits
Linear/Circular Trunk group access
LED indication of Check in / Check out on DSS console
Analogue CO Line Detection
Default
-----------0=Key Phone
0=
0=Yes
2=3 Sec.
0=Std
0=Linear
0=Disable
0=Disable
Description:
01. Call Transfer Method – Key Telephone:
This parameter allows users to use the same call transfer method as single line telephones on digital
key telephones for Internal Call transfers.
It also on later versions of software adds the ability to transfer a trunk call to another trunk using the
Transfer key rather than the Unsupervised Conference facility.
0 = Use Key phone’s call transfer method. 1 = Use single line telephone’s call transfer method.
2 = Use Key phone’s call transfer method and TRF for Trunk To Trunk.
3 = Use single line telephone’s call transfer method and TRF for Trunk To Trunk.
02. Reserved
03. Exclusive Hold Capability:
If this parameter is enabled all stations can use the Exclusive Hold Function. If the parameter is disabled
no stations will be able to place calls on Exclusive hold.
0 = Enabled
1 = Disabled
04. Door Unlock Relay Activation Time:
This parameter sets the time that the door unlock relay will remain activated after the Door Unlock
function is activated by the user. The Door unlock relay is programmed in Mode 06.
0 = 1 Sec.
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1 = 2 Sec.
2 = 3 Sec.
........ 9 = 10 Sec.
05. Voice Mail Call Forward Protocol Selection and Muting Leading Digits :
This parameter selects between Standard Voice Mail Call Forward Protocol and the Enhanced Protocol.
For a full description of Voice Mail Protocol see Mode 05-10.It will also set the muting of the leading
digits
0
Setting Value
VMS Leading Digit Type
1
Short Long
2
3
4
5
6
7
Short
Long
Short
Long
Short
Long
Mute Leading Digit
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Leading Digit for Auto
Attendant (VMS)
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
“Short” type:
“Long” type:
“Mute Leading Digit”:
Use the Leading Digit programmed in program 05-10.
Use 10 Leading Digits.
The caller will not hear the DTMF signal during the transmission of leading
digits.
System will occupy the last intercom link for this feature.
Related System Programming Mode: 05-10, 05-12-05, 50-ST-05
06. Linear/Circular Trunk Group Access:
If this parameter is set to 0 then line selection will be the first available trunk in the users dial (9-0) group.
If the parameter is set to 1 then the lines will be selected in a Circular fashion till all lines have been used
and then the selection will start again. Do NOT use Circular with PSTN lines unless there is a very good
reason as call collision will result.
0 = Linear
1 = Circular.
07. LED indication of Check in / Check out:
This parameter disables or enables the LED indication for Check in/Check out features for the DSS
consoles and DSS Keys.
0 = Disable
1= Enable
The LED indications are as follows:
Red and slow flash:
Green:
Red:
Off:
If the Reception has checked out an extension, the LED for extension will
slow flash red.
When the checked out extension’s room has been cleaned by the
cleaner(maid), they can dial [776] from the phone and hang up. The LED for
that extension will go Green. This means the room is ready for a new guest.
The room is checked in and the phone is in use.
The room is checked in and idle.
08. Analogue CO Line Detection: (For U01Gx/E01Gx version only)
After enabling this setting, the system will check the analogue CO line situation each period (every
hour) or when the user accesses the CO line or during POST (Power On Self Test). The bad line (no
loop current) will be blocked and marked in mode 37-TK (the marked value is > 4) after being checked.
0 = disabled
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Program 05-13-IP : System Timing Parameters – 13
05-13-IP SYS PAR IP = 01-08
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 System Default.
Item
Pointer
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02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Display
Data
---------0-1
0-1
0-1
0-9
0-1
0-1
0-7
0-7
Programming Data
Description
----------------------------------------------------------Intercom Hot Key Dialling
Immediate SMDR output
Caller ID Buffer Block Size
Reserved
CLI Record Storing Method for LCD Phones
CTI-Trunk Status Report
Least Cost Routing( LCR) – Weekly Holiday 1
Least Cost Routing(LCR) – Weekly Holiday 2
Timing
Table
----------
Default
-----------0=No
0=Disable
0=10 Sets
0=
0=No. Only
0= Disable
0= Disable
0= Disable
Description:
01. Intercom Hot Key Dialling:
This parameter when enabled allows stations to dial a call On Hook without having to lift the handset or
press the SPK key.
0 = Disable
1= Enable
02. Immediate SMDR output
This parameter when enabled will send the SMDR output to the PC/Printer immediately a call is made.
This allows external software to know who is dialling out or who is ringing into the system at this
moment. In applications such as the Internet Cafe, when the customer dials out, the system will send out
the SMDR information immediately. The external software can then start to count the cost from the
beginning of the call. If the credit is 1 hour and time is expired, the external software could cut the
connection by sending commands back to the KSU. Or any other applications similar to this example
could use the feature.
0 = Disable
1= Enable
03. Caller ID Buffer Block Size
This sets the block size of the Caller ID buffer:
05-13-03
0
1
2
3
Memory Block Size
10 sets
20 sets
30 sets
40 sets
Max. Memory blocks
24
12
8
6
Refer to Mode 83 to allocate the buffers to the use of LCD Digital Phones.
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05. CLI Record Storing Method For LCD Phones:
This parameter chooses which records and how many are stored for LCD phones when CLI is fitted to
the system..
0= Store CLI telephone numbers.
1= Store CLI telephone numbers and names together.
If mode 05-13-05 = 1, pressing [CLI History] key, system will display CLI number and name. Pressing
[MIC/AT] will display the date/time the call took place.
06. CTI-Trunk Status Report
Enabling this parameter will output the trunk status report for CTI applications. Currently 4 is the correct setting
for Ct Star applications
0= Disable
1=Enable
4= Enable Trunk output & 50-st-04
07. Least Cost Routing – Weekly Holiday 1
This parameter set the first weekly holiday for Least Cost Routing feature.
0 = No weekly holiday, 1= Monday, 2= Tuesday …. 7= Sunday
Related system Programming: 05-13-07. 05-13-08, 75, 76, 77, 78-st-01, 78-st-02
08. Least Cost Routing – Weekly Holiday 2
This parameter set the second weekly holiday for Least Cost Routing feature.
0 = No weekly weekend, 1= Monday, 2= Tuesday …. 7= Sunday
Related system programming: 05-13-07. 05-13-08, 75, 76, 77, 78-st-01, 78-st-02
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Program 05-14-IP : System Timing Parameters – 14
05-14-IP SYS PAR IP = 01-08
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 System Default.
Item
Pointer
---------01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Display
Data
---------0-1
0-7
0-1
0-1
0-1
0-1
0-2
0-9
Programming Data
Description
-------------------------------------------------SLT LCR Switch on Delay for PSTN
G2-PIU Card Type
G2-PIU ISDN PRI Type
MDC (Meter Pulse) Detection Frequency
ISDN CLI Send
ACP Case Open Alarm
Meter Pulse Detection Sensitivity - 1
Meter Pulse Detection Sensitivity - 2
Timing
Table
----------
Default
-----------0=Disable
0 = E1
0= ETSI
0=16K Hz
0=Enable
0=Enable
0=High
0=High
Description:
01. SLT LCR Switch on Delay For PSTN.
This parameter delays the connection of SLT phones direct to PSTN lines when LCR is in use to prevent
the SLT dialling from conflicting with the LCR dialling. From E30z software.
14-01-07 = 0 Delay 3 seconds.
14-01-07 = 4 Delay 6 seconds.
02. G2-PIU Card Type:
0= E1 interface*1
4= E1 interface*2
*1:
*2:
1= T1 interface*1
5= T1 interface*2
2= ISDN PRI/E1*1
6= ISDN PRI/E1*2
NT site (Central Office Site) assigns available channel to use.
System assigns fixed channel to use for individual CO lines.
T1 and ISDN PRI/T1:
CO 1 uses time slot 0,
CO 2 uses time slot 1,
…..,
Time slot 23 is for CCS signalling.
3= ISDN PRI/T1*1
7= ISDN PRI/T1*2
CO 23 uses time slot 23
E1 and ISDN PRI/E1:
CO 1 uses time slot 1,
CO 2 uses time slot 2,
….., CO 15 uses time slot 15
CO 16 uses time slot 17, CO 17 uses time slot 18, …..,
CO 30 uses time slot 31
Time slot 0 is for sync and time slot 16 is for CCS signalling.
Australian setting is 2 or 6
03. ISDN PRI Type:
0= ETSI PRI(E1) / NI2 PRI(T1)
Australian setting is 0
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1= AT&T 5ESS PRI(T1)
04. MDC Meter Pulse Detecting Frequency:
0= 16K Hz
1= 12K Hz
05. ISDN CLI Send
This parameter disables the sending of individual caller id information from stations during Call setup.
Once a DID number is programmed to an extension then this number will be forwarded to the Central
Office during Call Setup with possible undesirable results. The customer may wish to protect the privacy
of the individuals DID number and also if the customer has had the Central Office block Caller ID
Presentation this will over ride that setting and send the CID anyway.
0 = Enable
1 = Disable
06. ACP Case Open Alarm
This parameter sets the Case Open Alarm for the ACP phone. If the case is tampered with the alarm will
ring all stations as a Fire Alarm.
0 = Enable
1 = Disable
07, 08. MDC Meter Pulse Detection Gain sensitivity:
If 07, 08 settings are A, B, then the G1-MDC detection gain sensitivity is AB (AB = 00 ~ 27).
00 is high sensitivity and 27 is low sensitivity.
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Program 05-15-IP : System Timing Parameters – 15
05-15-IP SYS PAR IP = 01-08
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 System Default.
Item
Pointer
---------01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Display
Data
---------0-7
00-8
0-3
1-3
1-9
0-2
0-2
Programming Data
Description
-------------------------------------------------Extended VMU Service
Reserved
DID Digit Length
E1/T1 Dial Selection Setting
ISDN Primary Rate Trunk Numbers-A
ISDN Primary Rate Trunk Numbers-B
E1/T1 DID Register Signal
E1/T1 DID Line Signalling Type
Timing
Table
----------
Default
-----------0=Disable
0=
0=0
0=
2=2x
0=x0
0=DTMF
0=DTMF
Description:
01. Extended VMU Service:
This parameter selects the extended service message, 2 language service and date time stamp for the
G2-VMU card. If the 2 level message is enabled in mode 05-16-03 then the third option listed below to
use extended greeting instead of standard greeting is not available.
Setting Value
Select VMU announcing way for
date/time stamp
English way: X
Chinese way: V
Use two language Service
Single language service: X
Two languages service: V
Use extended company greeting
Standard (20 sec.): X
Extended (60 sec.): V
02. Reserved:
03. DID Digit Length:
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0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
X
V
X
V
X
V
X
V
X
X
V
V
X
X
V
V
X
X
X
X
V
V
V
V
04. E1/T1 Dial Selection Setting:
05.
ISDN Primary Rate Trunk Numbers A:
06.
ISDN Primary Rate Trunk Numbers B:
These 2 parameters set the Trunk allocation for the ISDN primary rate card.
If station slot 1 is used then if the maximum number of ISDN trunks is greater than 20 then no TKU cards
can be installed.
If the maximum number of ISDN trunks is less than 18 then 3 TKU cards can be installed.
If the maximum number of ISDN trunks is less than 24 then 2 TKU cards can be installed.
07. E1/T1 DID Register Signal :
0 = DTMF
1 = MFR1
2 = MFCR2
08. E1/T1 DID Line Signalling Type :
0 = DTMF
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Program 05-16-IP : System Timing Parameters – 16
05-16-IP SYS PAR IP = 01-08
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 System Default.
Item
Pointer
---------01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Display
Data
---------0-1
0-1
0-8
0-8
0-9
0-1
0-1
0-3
Programming Data
Description
----------------------------------------------------------Midnight Reset For DSP
MFRC Signalling for T1
DISA Single Digit Dialling Level
VMU language Service
Conference Gain
ISDN Send Bearer Capability
Output Access Control Data
ISDN Event Monitor
Timing
Table
----------
Default
-----------0=Disable
0=
0=One Level
0=Disable
0=None
0=
0=CTI Protocol
0=Disable
Description:
01. Midnight Reset for VMU DSP:
= 0 Disable
= 2 Enable no reason release VMU
02.
MFRC Signalling for T1:
03.
DISA Single Digit Dialling Level:
= 1 Enable mid-night reset VMU
= 3 Enable mid-night reset + no reason release VMU
0 = One level. System plays VMU standard greeting (could be extended greeting if enabled in
mode 05-15-01) after DISA answers the incoming call. Users can dial either the extension number
or the single digit service.
1 = Two levels. When incoming call rings in to the system, the external party will hear the “Company
Greeting to announce “Press 1 to access different department by single digit service””.
2= Two levels. When incoming call rings in to the system, the external party will hear the “Company
Greeting to announce “Press 2 to access different department by single digit service””.
8= Two levels. When incoming call rings in to the system, the external party will hear the “Company
Greeting to announce “Press 8 to access different department by single digit service””.
04.
VMU Language service:
This enables two language service for VMU.
0 = Feature is disabled.
1 = Press 1 to select second language service.
2 = Press 2 to select second language service.
…………….
8 = Press 8 to select second language service.
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05. Conference Gain:
. Modify 3 trunk party conference to prevent noise on conferences from excessive gain.
G1
G2
0 = 0db
0 = 0db
1 = -2.5db
1 = -3db
2 = -6db
2 = -6db
3 = -12db
3=-9db
06. ISDN Send Bearer Capability:
07.
Output Access Control Data:
This feature allows system to output Access Control Data for ACP device via RS232 port.
0 = Use CTI protocol to output
1 = Use plain text output
Plain Text Format:
mm/dd hh:mm gg cccc fc <CR><LF>
mm/dd: Month and Date
hh:mm: Time
gg:
Gate Number (ACP)
cccc: Proximity Card Number
fc:
Force Account Code Number
<CR>: Carriage Return
<LF>: Line Feed
For example,
02/28 16:58 01 0002 02 <CR><LF>
08.
ISDN Event Monitor:
This feature allows system to record the ISDN events for maintenance purposes. All output will go
through RS232 port.
0 = Disable ISDN Event Monitor feature
1 = Enable ISDN Layer 2 Event Monitor feature
2 = Enable ISDN Layer 3 Event Monitor feature
3 = Enable ISDN Layer 2 & Layer 3 Event Monitor feature
SMDR and CTI feature must be disabled before using this feature.
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Program 06-IP : Relay Assignment
06-St-01 Relay
00
Item
Pointer
-------00(00)
xxxx
Data
-------00-06
00-06
IP = 01
System Default.
Display
Description
--------------------------Relay of MSU/MSC
Relay of ACP (extension: xxxx)
Description:
MSU/MSC card and ACP device have 1 dry contact relay.
No voltage is provided by the system, the installer will have to provide their own source to suit the
application. Only use the relays to switch 24V DC / 90V AC at 1A. They are only designed for low
voltage control circuits. All Relays are Normally Open contacts and will close on activation of the function
for which they have been programmed.
Assign the required Relays one of the following functions.
Set data
Function
00
No Operation
01
Music On Hold
02
Door open
03
Reserved for future use
04
Trunk loud bell
05
Station loud bell
06
System
10
External page
11
External Zone 1
12
External Zone 2
……………
…………..
18
External Zone 8
MSU/MSC card and ACP device have 1 dry contact relay.
Note: Because only 1 relay is available for use then only one External paging
zone can be programmed per system.
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Program 07-gp-IP : Flexible Key Group Assignment
07-gp-IP KEY GRP Gp = 01-08 IP = 01-25 (DSS Key Number)
TK number for the key
TK: nn
07-gp-IP KEY GRP Gp=01-08 IP=01-25 (DSS Key Number)
Station number for the key
xxx
07-gp-IP KEY GRP Gp=01-08 IP=01-25 (DSS Key Number)
Function number for the key
FN: ff
General:
This program assigns 8 groups of Flexible key plans for Key phones.
Each Key phone can be assigned to use two groups (Mode 41-st-(02 & 03)).
Description:
Each key can be assigned as either a Trunk, a Station or a Function.
To change the assignment from TK to Station or to Function or vice versa, press the {Change} key
before setting.
nn = 01-10 - Trunk Key (1 to 10)
xx =
10-69 - Station Key (2 digits)
xxx= 100-699 - Station Key ( 3 digits )
xxxx = 1000-6999 - Station Key ( 4 digits )
ff = 00-65 - Function Key (0 to 65)
ff Code
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
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Function
One Touch DSS Speed Dial
Program
Do Not Disturb/Conference
Message Waiting/Pulse-Tone
Microphone/AUTO answer
Speed Dial
SAVE
Redial
Reserved
Forced Account Code
Voice Set up
User Speed Dial Set up *3
Console User Speed Dial Set up*3
Console System Speed Dial*3
Set up
Security Code Set up
*3
Help List
Temporary Security Code
Check In*3
Check Out*3
Charge Inquire*3
All Paging (Internal)
All Paging (External)
All Paging (Internal/External)
Zone Paging (Internal)
1A2 Emulation Privacy
Zone Paging (Internal) 2
Or Voice Mail Transfer Key (A01Gx
*1
version only)
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
Swap (Call Split) *2
Answer Machine Emulation
Zone Paging (Internal) 5
Headset Function key
Zone Paging (Internal) 7
Zone Paging (Internal) 8
CLI History
Zone Paging (External) 1
Voice Mail On Line Record
Pickup Own Group
Pickup All Groups
Pickup Group
Loop Key Group 1 - G2 only
Loop Key Group 2
Loop Key Group 3
Loop Key Group 4
Loop Key Group 5
Loop Key Group 6
Loop Key Group 7
Loop Key Group 8
Toll Password
Console- Morning Call Assign
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49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
Function
Console- Set up Alarm
Console- Set up System Time
Message Select*3
Day / Night
Call Forward
Forward Busy*3
Forward No Answer*3
Meet me Page
Shift Key
Meter Rate Setting*3
Hotel/Motel Function
60
61
62
63
Door Phone
Reserved
Directory key (for name search)
Pre-dial key
Note:
z
*1
z
*2
z
*3
: Extension during call can press this function button to hold call and the system will request input Mail Box,
at this time, this extension can key in extension mail box or press [DSS-ST] to input Mail Box number, after
the extension inputs Mail Box, this call will be transfer to Hunt Group 1, and after the Voice Mail answers
call, the system will send "9#" + [Mail Box number] to Voice Mail.
: Extension during a call can press this function button to swap (Call Split) two calls between two trunks.
Related System Programming Mode: 07(code 26), 44-st-03
: For A01Xx version, it’s no function.
DSS key position
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DK6 Key Layout. The DK6 phone will lose 10 keys when used on a G2 system as shown
above and will NOT operate on a G1 system.
Program 08-gp-IP : Flexible DSS Console Key Group Assignment
08-gp-IP KEY GRP Gp = 01-02 IP = 01-60 (DSS Key Number)
TK number for the key
TK: nn
08-gp-IP KEY GRP Gp=01-02 IP=01-60 (DSS Key Number)
Station number for the key
xxx
08-gp-IP KEY GRP Gp=01-02 IP=01-60 (DSS Key Number)
Function number for the key
FN: ff
General:
This program assigns 1 or 2 groups of Flexible key plans for DSS consoles.
Description:
Each key can be assigned as either a Trunk, a Station or a Function.
To change the assignment from TK to Station or to Function or vice versa, press the {Change} key before
setting.
nn = 01-32 - Trunk Key (1 to 32)
xx =
10-69 - Station Key (2 digits)
xxx= 100-699 - Station Key ( 3 digits )
xxxx = 1000-6999 - Station Key ( 4 digits )
ff = 00-65 - Function Key (0 to 65)
Note: For function code ff, please refer to mode 07. There is no shift key function for DSS console.
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Program 09-nnn-DP : System Speed Dial
nnn = 100-599 DP = 01-30 tt = 01-10
09-nnn-DP TK:tt
nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn Telephone number.
General:
This program permits the assignment of up to 500 sets of system speed dialling codes.
Description:
nnn
DP
= 100-599
= 01-30
tt
= 01-10
= Speed dial code, up to 500 sets in total.
= Digit Pointer for telephone number.
30 digits per speed dial code.
= Pre-assigned CO line number.
Pre-Assigned CO Line
Press the {Change} key to change or clear the Pre-assigned CO line number. This CO line is the dedicated
outgoing line for the speed dial code. If the user presses a speed dial code without selecting a CO line first, the
system will select this CO Line automatically. If no CO line is assigned, the system will select an available CO
line according to the assigned Dial 9 group (Program 41-nnnn-04). A line may also be selected directly by the
user.
Telephone Number
30 digits maximum may be entered in each memory.
In addition to the digits 1 to 0, *, # the following can also be stored: Pause, Flash, Pulse to DTMF. Each function
occupies one digit.
"Pause" is represented by the [HOLD] key.
"Flash" is represented by the [TRF/FL] key.
"Pulse to DTMF" is represented by the {P->T} key.
-- P
-- F
-- T
i) Pause:
During dial procedures on PSTN line, the dialling will wait for a programmable period(Refer Program 05-01-06).
During dial procedures on ISDN line, the dialling will wait for the called party answers the call.
For example,
Store 29611356ppp506 in speed dial and use this speed dial on ISDN line to dial out. System will dial
DTMF after the called party answers the call (it could be the auto attendant or voice mail) and send ‘506’ by
using DTMF code.
ii) Flash : This will make a loop disconnection of a pre-assigned duration.
(Refer program mode 05-02-05).
iii) Pulse to DTMF : If the dialled signal is "pulse", it will change to "DTMF".
Note:
Pressing {Don’t Care} will erase the digit which the cursor is on.
Pressing [REDIAL] will erase all the assigned digits.
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Program 10-GP-IP : Intercom or DISA Single Digit Assignment
10-gp-IP S.D.I.
00 00 00 00 00
Gp = 01-08, IP = 01-05 (digit 1 to 5)
Station number for digit 1 to 5
General:
This program permits the stations in one or more station groups to call a specific station by dialling one digit only.
The settings in this Mode are used by DISA Single Digit Dialling (see Mode 05-11-08 to enable).
Description:
Single Digit Intercom.
When single digit dialling is enabled then the Station to station call pre-fix digit (6) must be dialled to call another
extension.
If a particular group has no entries programmed, the stations in the same number station group will not have
single digit dialling and will not have to use the station to station prefix.
Single Digit DISA – G1 only.
When single digit dialling is enabled and a group (1-8) selected in Mode 05-11-08 then DISA callers will be able
to dial the stations in the group selected by dialling the digits 1 to 5. The digit 1 will call the first station in the
group, 2 will dial the second station in the group and so on up to digit 5. The caller can also dial 6 and then dial a
full extension number to call other extensions or dial (0 or 9) to call the operator.
If a position is left programmed to 0 then station numbers starting with the digit, which corresponds, to this
position can be dialled in full.
Example
10-gp-IP S.D.I.
11 13 22 00 55
In the above example an incoming DISA caller who dials 1 will call station 11, dialling 2 will call station 13, 3 will
call Station 22. Dialling 4 will allow the caller to dial the full extension number of any extension, which starts with
4, e.g. 44. 55 has been assigned as a Hunt Group Pilot number so a DISA caller dialling 5 will call the Station
hunting group which has 55 as it's pilot Number. Pilot numbers are set in Mode 67 and Hunt groups are
programmed in Mode 68 and 69.
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Program 11-IP : Date and Time Setting
11-IP Date/Time
08 27 87 18 16 4
Item
Pointer
----------01
02
03
04
05
06
Display
Data
----------01-12
01-31
00-99
00-23
00-59
1-7
IP = 01-06
Setting Data
Programming Data
Description
----------------------------------------------Month......................
Day........................
Year.......................
Hour.......................
Minute.....................
Week day (Monday = 1, Tuesday = 2)..
General:
This program permits the setting of system Date & Time.
Description:
The Date & Time will be held during a power failure on the G1-824 if G1-MSC is fitted, there is no need to reset
the Time after power is restored. The Real Time Clock is standard on the G2-824.
Program 12-nn : System Alarm Clock
12-nn Alarm
hh mm dd
Location
Pointer
----------hh
mm
dd
Display
Data
---------00-23
00-59
00-99
nn = Alarm schedule (01-10)
Setting Time
Programming Data
Description
--------------------------Hour.
Minute.
Duration.
General:
This program permits the assignment of 10 time schedules for alarm clock purposes.
Description:
When the assigned time is reached, Background music will be broadcast over all Key telephones, which are idle.
The time duration for alarm clock music is programmable (00 to 99 minutes.).
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Program 13-nn : Password
13-nn Password
dddddddd
nn = Password Assigned (01-08)
Setting password
General:
This program permits the assignment of 9 different passwords in the system.
Description:
The password length is from 1 to 8 digits. All unused digit positions must have ’d’ entered in them.
Password No. 1 = Programming Password. System Default is None.
Password No. 2 = DISA Password.
Password No. 3 = Toll Free. System Default is 8655.
Password No. 4 = DISA Monitor Password.
Password No. 5 to 6 = Future
Password No. 7 = VMU Password
Password No. 8 to 9 = Future.
How to use the DISA Monitor feature
1. Incoming call answered by the DISA greeting
2. Press [#] and hear "Please enter the extension number"
3. Enter admin number [99]/[999]/[9999] (Reference 05-03-06)
4. Hear "Please enter the password"
5. Key in password by 1234 (Mode 13-07 default = 1234____)
6. Hear "To setup greeting message press 1 ....."
7. Press [6] to access environment monitor.
8. Hear "Please enter the extension number"
9. Press the extension number of an extension that has a Microphone and is Idle.
10. The outside party can listen to the extension for 2 minutes.
11 After timeout they will hear busy tone, If they want to continue then pressing 1~9
any key will stop the busy tone and delay the 05-06-06 timer.
12. To return to the main menu press [*] and hear "To setup greeting message press 1 ..."
13. If busy tone or p.r. or break is detected then the line will disconnect.
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Program 14-01-IP : SMDR Specifications
14-01-IP S.M.D.R. IP = 01-08
System Default
0 0 0 0 0 21 0 0
Item
Pointer
-------01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Display
Data
---------0-9
0/1
0/1
0/1
0/1
00-99
00-3
Programming Data
Description
------------------------------------------Call Duration Start Time
Record Incoming Call
Record Local Call
Record Incoming Call No Answer
Print out the Title
Number of records between titles
...............................................
Polarity Reversal/Mini Call Accounting
----------------------0=00 Sec.
0=Record
0=Record
0=Record
0=Yes
21=21
0=
0=No
General:
This program assigns SMDR parameters.
Description:
01. Call duration start time:
This parameter assigns the start time for the Call duration timer.
0 = 00 seconds
4 = 20 seconds
1 = 05 seconds
..............
2 = 10 seconds
9 = 45 seconds
3 = 15 seconds
02. Record Incoming Calls:
This parameter decides whether incoming calls will be recorded.
0 = Record
1 = Do not Record
03. Record Local Calls:
The system decides which are local calls by the toll access code set in Mode 05-03-05.
04. Record Incoming Calls No Answer:
This parameter decides whether unanswered incoming calls will be recorded.
0 = Record
1 = Do not Record
05. Print out the Title:
This parameter decides whether the system will output the description of each column.
0 = Print out the Title.
1 = Do not print out the Title.
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06. Number of records between the Title:
This parameter permits the assignment of the number of records between each Title. If the Number = 00, The
whole SMDR feature will be disabled.
07. Reserved:
08. Polarity Reversal / Mini Call Accounting:
If reversal is disabled, the system will start the call timer after accessing a CO line.
If reversal is enabled, the system will start the call timer after the called party answers.
0= Not Detect P.R. / Normal SMDR format output
1= Detect P.R. / Normal SMDR format output
2= Not Detect P.R. / Simple SMDR format output
3= Detect P.R. / Simple SMDR format output
4 = Mini Call Accounting G21648 only.
* If the Mini-Accounting Feature has been enabled, the system will not record the call without any meter pulses
being received.
* When the Mini Call Accounting feature is enabled it is necessary to set Administration phones to not record
calls against them in Mode 45-st-08. This will prevent the system memory from being used to record calls
unnecessarily. If administration phones are allowed to record their calls and are not checked out regularly then
they will fill the system memory and prevent other calls being recorded. The G2 can store up to 350 records.
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112
115
000
112
112
112
121
117
D3
D-03
112
111
TK
01
02
03
04
03
05
01
01
05
D
02
03
05
05
SMDR OUTPUT DATA FORMAT
S TELEPHONE NUMBER
Account
MM/DD START
001188629645752
12345678
10/02 08:35
Incoming
87654321
10/02 08:45
Incoming no answer
10/02 12:00
001188629645752
FAC:01
10/02 12:10
X FAC or PSW error
10/02 12:30
X 001
10/02 12:35
# 0294150100
10/02 14:15
* 0294150100
10/02 14:15
0418220212
10/02 21:01
<< D I S A
OFF >>
10/02 21:00
DDI Num: 94150112
10/02 08:45
CLI NoAns:294176288
10/02 12:00
CLI Num: 294150100
10/02 12:35
DDI NoAns:94150112
10/02 12:37
DURATION
00:02'35"
00:10'20"
00:02'00"
00:00'05"
00:00'55"
00:03'10"
00:02'30"
00:02'40"
00:10'20"
00:00'00"
00:00'05"
00:00'00"
RING
UNIT
00'10"
00'35"
00'10"
00'35"
00'05"
00'27"
TITLE DESCRIPTION:
ST = Station No.
TK = Trunk No.
S = Status
Telephone Number
Account
MM/DD
Begin_Time hh:mm
Duration_Tm hh:mm:ss
Ring_Tm mm:ss
Unit 00000
: 11 to 6999, D = DISA
: 01 to 10,
: # = Hold, * = Answered the hold, X = Cut off by toll restrictions.
: First 24 digits
: 8 digits in total
: Month/Day
: The start time of accessing the trunk line.
: Time duration of the call.
: Incoming ring time.
: Meter Pulse Count
CASE EXPLANATION:
CASE 1: October 2, 08:35 A.M., Station 112 made a call (telephone No. is 00116495256611) through line 1. The
call lasted 2 minutes and 35 seconds, Account code No. 12345678 was entered for the call and 12-meter pulses
were recorded.
CASE 2: October 2, 08:45 A.M., An incoming call on line 2, rang for 10 seconds, station 115 answered the call
and stored an Account No. 87654321.
CASE 3: October 2, 12:00 P.M., An incoming call through line 3, rang for 35 seconds, no one answered and the
call was abandoned.
CASE 4: October 2, 12:10 P.M., Station 112 made a Long Distance call through line 4 by Forced Account Code
1 and 23 meter pulses were recorded.
CASE 5: October 2, 12:30 P.M., Station 112 made a call by Forced Account Code but was denied because of a
wrong code.
CASE 6: October 2, 12:35 P.M., Station 116 made a call, which was restricted.
CASE 7: Line 1 was used by station 121 for 55 seconds then put on hold. One meter pulse was recorded
against this station for its section of the call.
CASE 8: The held line 1 was answered by station 117 and he occupied the line for 3 minutes and 10 seconds.
Four meter pulses were recorded against this station for its section of the call.
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CASE 9: Incoming Line 3, using the DISA function, made an outside call 018220212 on line 5. The Duration time
is for line 5. 3 meter pulses were recorded for this call.
CASE 10: DISA is completed. The Duration time is for line 3.
CASE 11: Incoming call on an ISDN system. The number displayed is the Indial number dialled by the calling
party. The system can be programmed on a station by station basis to select whether calls to that station will
display the Indial number dialled or the CLI information of the incoming caller
CASE 12: An incoming call rang for 35 seconds and no one answered. The CLI number of the calling station is
displayed.
CASE 13: An incoming call on line 5 (ISDN) was answered by station 111. The SMDR displayed the CLI number
(294150100) of the calling party and the extension number (112) of the calling party. The extension number
shown is what the system will receive if the call is from another Hybrex with ISDN. The format may be different or
non-existent from other telephone systems or on PSTN lines. The system can be programmed on a station by
station basis to select whether calls to that station will display the Indial number dialled or the CLI information of
the incoming caller. The number 94150100 is the pilot number of the Indial group.
CASE 14: An incoming call rang for 27 seconds and no one answered. The Indial number the calling station
dialled is displayed.
SMDR OUTPUT DATA FORMAT - With CLI Output
ST. TK S TELEPHONE NUMBER
Account
MM/DD
112 01
001188629645752
12345678 10/02
112 02
DDI Num:94150112
10/02
03
CLI NoAns:294176288
10/02
111 05
CLI Num: 294150100
10/02
05
DDI NoAns:94150112
10/02
START DURATION
RING
UNIT
08:35 00:02'35"
00012
08:45 00:10'20" 00'10"
12:00 00:00'00" 00'35"
12:35 00:00'05" 00'05"
12:37 00:00'00" 00'27"
Case 1: Outgoing call. All information remains as before.
Case 2: Incoming call on an ISDN system. The number displayed is the Indial number dialled by the calling
party. The system can be programmed on a station by station basis to select whether calls to that station will
display the Indial number dialled or the CLI information of the incoming caller
Case 3: An incoming call rang for 35 seconds and no one answered. The CLI number of the calling station is
displayed.
Case 4: An incoming call on line 5 (ISDN) was answered by station 111. The SMDR displayed the CLI number
(294150100) of the calling party. The system can be programmed on a station by station basis to select whether
calls to that station will display the Indial number dialled or the CLI information of the incoming caller. The
number 94150100 is the pilot number of the Indial group.
Case 5: An incoming call rang for 27 seconds and no one answered. The Indial number the calling station
dialled is displayed.
Note: Maximum of 25 SMDR records can be stored in the system temporarily.
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Program 17-nn : Forced Account Code
17-nn FCAC CODE
__________ DN
nn = Forced Account Code (01-48)
Forced account code (8 digits max.) Day level-Night Level
General:
This program creates 48 Forced Account codes.
Description:
The forced account code will temporarily override a station's toll restrictions.
48 codes of up to 8 digits maximum are allowed. If the system is fitted with a call accounting output the entry for
a call made using a forced account code will display the code used in the account code column. The actual
numbers of the code will not be displayed for security reasons, the reading will show FAC:XX. XX is the forced
account code number 01 to 48.
The Forced Account Code will not be displayed on the screen of Executive phones when it is entered.
Digit "d" is keyed in by {Don’t care} button and means " Any digit " ("don't care").
Digit "_" is keyed in by [TRF/FL] button and means " No digit ".
Clear all digits by pressing [TRF/FL] to insert a line in place of the original entry.
G2-1648 - The last two digits DN are for toll class selection – Day and Night. The forced account code will open
the call from the stations normal class to the Class set for Day and Night.
D: for Day time Toll Class.
N: for Night time Toll Class.
Do not use Redial to clear forced account code entries as this will insert "don't care" which will allow any digit as
a forced account code.
Forced Account codes are also used by the ACP (Digital Door Phone) to unlock the door relay of the ACP.
The Forced Account Codes may also be used as DISA passwords to allow call accounting to show which user
was making an external call using DISA from outside the system. In the GDS-600, Forced Account Codes 25 to
48 can be used for this purpose. This feature will need to be enabled in Mode 05-11-02.
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Program 18-nn-TK : Assign Toll Plans To Trunk Lines
18-nn-tk Toll
0000000000
nn = Toll plan number (00-09), tk = (01-10)
Toll class for each trunk (class 0-9)
General:
This Mode assigns Toll Plans to trunk lines. The Toll plans are to be written in Modes 51 to 59 and 61 to 66.
Description:
10 toll plans can be used.
Each Toll Plan assigns each trunk line a Toll Class. It is possible to allow a toll class to have different restriction
level on a line by line basis.
Example 1: Mode 18-00 is set to 0000dddddd. Any station in the system which is set to toll class 0 will be
unrestricted on lines 1 to 4 but will be unable to dial out on lines 5 to 10.
Example 2: Mode 18-01 is set to 111100dddd. Any station in the system which is set to toll class 1 will be
restricted by toll class 1 on lines 1 to 4, will be unrestricted on lines 5 and 6 but will be unable to dial out on lines
7 and 10.
To assign toll plans to stations, see Program 41-st-05, 41-st-06.
Toll Classes:
Class
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
D
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Function
Unrestricted
Use Mode 51 for the Unrestricted numbers. Use Mode 61 for the Restricted numbers
Use Mode 52 for the Unrestricted numbers. Use Mode 62 for the Restricted numbers
Use Mode 53 for the Unrestricted numbers. Use Mode 63 for the Restricted numbers
Use Mode 54 for the Unrestricted numbers. Use Mode 64 for the Restricted numbers
Use Mode 55 for the Unrestricted numbers. Use Mode 65 for the Restricted numbers
Use Mode 56 for the Unrestricted numbers. Use Mode 66 for the Restricted numbers
Use Mode 57 for the Unrestricted numbers.
Use Mode 58 for the Unrestricted numbers.
Use Mode 59 for the Unrestricted numbers.
Use Mode 51-56 for unrestricted numbers. Use Mode 61-66 for all restricted numbers
Cannot access the trunk line.
Prog. Mode
Default
Mode 51,61
Mode 52,62
Mode 53,63
Mode 54,64
Mode 55,65
Mode 56,66
Mode 57
Mode 58
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Program 19-CN-IP : Voice Service (VSC) Assignment-G1 824
19-01-IP VSC
00 00 00 00 00
IP = 01-08
Function of Voice segment on VSC
General:
This program assigns voice services to segments of the VSC for the G1824 only . The VSC Access Code is 86.
Description:
IP = 01
IP = 02
IP = 03
IP = 04
Voice segment number 01.
Voice segment number 02.
Voice segment number 03.
Voice segment number 04.
IP = 05
IP = 06
IP = 07
IP = 08
Voice segment number 05.
Voice segment number 06.
Voice segment number 07.
Voice segment number 08.
Eight voice segments are valid for the VSC card that can be assigned one of 18 functions.
Set data
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Function
No-Operation
DISA: Company greeting message (on answer)
DISA: Message to tell the outside party that the called extension is Busy.
DISA: Message to tell the outside party that the called extension is not answering.
DISA: Message to tell the outside party that the extension number is Not-Valid.
DISA: Message to tell the outside party the Console(s) is(are) busy, please wait.
DISA: Message to tell the outside party the DISA Time duration has expired.
DISA: Message to tell the outside party that the Console(s) is(are) still busy, this line will be
disconnected, please call again later.
DISA: Night greeting message (on answer).
ECF: Message to advise caller that the call is being external call forwarded.
ACD: Message to tell caller that the operator(s) are busy, please wait
ACD: Message to tell caller that the operator(s) are still busy, please wait.
ACD: Message to tell caller that the operator(s) are still busy, the call will be disconnected,
please call back later.
DISA: Lunch break greeting message (on answer).
Morning Call -- Wake up Message.
Call Waiting Message.(Refer to programming mode 05-04-08.)
* Reserved for future use.
* Reserved for future use.
Company Greeting message instead of Music On Hold.
During DISA operation if there is no VSC channel allocated to DISA Night Answer (type 08) then DISA calls will
be answered by the DISA Day message in both Day and Night mode.
RECORDING VOICE MESSAGES
VOICE MESSAGES MUST BE RECORDED FROM A MASTER CONSOLE ONLY.
There is a channel available in the G1-824 and this is accessed by dialling 86 from the console. Each channel
can be divided into 1 to 8 segments depending on requirements.
VOICE PORT (1) (1)
0=REC 7=PLAY
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Dial 0 and after the tone has stopped, record the company greeting message,
VOICE PORT (1)
RECORDING..............
When completed Dial 1 and the screen display will be,
VOICE PORT (1) (2)
0=REC 7=PLAY
The 2 in brackets indicate that the second message segment is ready to record. Dial 0 and record the message
to apologize for the continuing delay,
VOICE PORT (1)
RECORDING..............
When the message is recorded dial 1. Continue using the same procedure until all the required segments are
recorded and then hang up.
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Program 20-nn- : Set Day – Time / Lunch Time Schedule
20-nn Day Time
00 00 00 00 00
nn = Day schedule pointer (00-06)
Setting data
General:
This program assigns daytime from Sunday to Saturday for automatic night switching and sets lunchtime to allow
the VSU to play a different message for this period.
Description:
The system is capable of switching automatically between day / lunch break / night settings using the time
parameters set in this Mode. To change from manual to automatic night switching the console presses [PRG]
/[TRF/FL] / *. Pressing * toggles between the 2 modes.
If a Function key has been set to function 52 then pressing this key will change from Day to night mode by one
touch but will not change between Automatic and Manual switching.
00 = Sunday
01 = Monday
02 = Tuesday
03 = Wednesday
04 = Thursday
05 = Friday
06 = Saturday
Example
20-01 Day Time
08 30 17 00 12
20-01 Day Time
30 13 30
On Monday the system will switch from Night time to Daytime start at 8:30 in the morning, will switch to
lunchtime start at 12:30, switch back to daytime at 13:30 and switch to Night time at 17:00. To program no
lunchtime leave the entries for items 03 and 04 on 00.
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Program 25 : Reset Data to System Default
25 - Reset Data
0 - 9 Default
General:
This program resets all data to System Default. All new systems must be reset to default before any
programming in case corruption has been caused during handling or shipping. It will also be necessary to reset
to default after a software upgrade is installed. When using item 3 or 4 these must be done AFTER the system
reset is performed.
Description:
1 = System data will be reset to system default except System Speed Dial Programming.
2 = The system data will be totally reset to system default.
WARNING: All user-defined data will be lost.
3 = For all Stations set
44-st-02=1 (Hold Feature restricted)
44-st-03=1 (Call Split Feature restricted)
This feature is for Hotel/Motel operation. After setting this Mode it is necessary to reprogram the
Console and any Administration phones in Mode 44-st-02 to allow them to place calls on hold.
4 = For all stations set
40-st-01=0 (Barge In not allowed)
40-st-02=0 (Monitor not allowed)
It is strongly recommended that this parameter is used on ALL systems to prevent accidental
Barge In operations being misinterpreted as cross talk.
All other system programming information remains unchanged when using 3 or 4.
8 = Reset VMU CF card to default. This must be done for first time installation of the VMU.
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Program 29-tk-IP : Trunk Specifications – 2
29-tk-IP TK SPEC
00020000
Item
Pointer
-------01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Display
Data
---------0-1
0-8
0~9
0-8
0-9
0-1
0-9
0-9
tk = 01-10, IP = 01-08
System Default
Programming Data Description
-----------------------------------------------Trunk Receive Gain
ACD-1 Function Enable
Trunk Transmit Gain
Set Ring Frequency (DK Handsets)
Allow Audible Ring for Incoming Calls
Polarity Reverse Detection. Individual Trunk-outgoing.
CO Delayed Ring Timer to Hunting Group
CO Delayed Ring Overflow Hunting Group
Default
------------0= 0db
0=Disable
0= 0db
2= Frequency 2
0=All Stations
0=Disable
0=Disable
st
0=The 1 Hunting Group
General:
This program permits each trunk line to be assigned different parameters.
Description:
01. Trunk Receive Gain:
This parameter can adjust the system’s analogue TKU interface to adapt to different CO loop resistance. For
long lines where the Receive audio may be low this parameter will allow Receive loudness to be boosted.
0 = 0db
1 = 1db
2 = 2db
-
9 = 9 db
02. ACD-1 Function Enable:
This parameter enables or disables the ACD-1 function for each trunk individually and is able to select whether
ACD-1 operates in Day or Night or Both Modes.
0 = Day Time - Disable ACD function, Night Time - Disable ACD function
1 = Day Time - Disable ACD function, Night Time - Enable ACD function*1
2 = Day Time - Disable ACD function, Night Time - Enable ACD function*2
3 = Day Time - Enable ACD function*1,
Night Time - Disable ACD function
4 = Day Time - Enable ACD function*1,
Night Time - Enable ACD function*1
5 = Day Time - Enable ACD function*1,
Night Time - Enable ACD function*2
*2
6 = Day Time - Enable ACD function ,
Night Time - Disable ACD function
7 = Day Time - Enable ACD function*2,
Night Time - Enable ACD function*1
8 = Day Time - Enable ACD function*2,
Night Time - Enable ACD function*2
*1: Enable ACD-1 function only when all ring assigned stations are busy.
*2: Enable ACD-1 function when 05-09-06 timer has elapsed even if ring assigned stations are idle.
03. Trunk Transmit Gain:
This parameter can adjust the system’s analogue TKU interface to adapt to different CO loop resistance. For
long lines where the Transmit audio may be low this parameter will allow Send loudness to be boosted.
0 = 0db
1 = 1db
2 = 2db
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04. Set Ring Frequency (DK handsets):
This feature allows each trunk to ring at DK handsets with its own individual ring frequency and override the
frequency set by the user for all calls.
0
= As per the key phone’s ring setting.
1~8 = Use the ringing frequency 1~8 of key phone as the trunk’s ring.
05. Allow Audible Ring for Incoming Calls:
This feature allows either some or all stations which are ring assigned in Mode 01 or 02 to receive the audible
ring signal when a trunk rings at the station. If the audible signal is disabled the station will still be able to answer
a call by lifting the handset only, if they are ring assigned in Mode 01 or 02
0 = All stations assigned in Mode 01 & 02 will receive audible signal for an incoming call
1 = Only the first station assigned in Mode 01 & 02 will receive audible signal for an incoming call. The
other ring assigned stations will still be able to answer a call by lifting the handset only
2 = The first 2 stations assigned in Mode 01 & 02 will receive audible signal for an incoming call.
The other ring assigned stations will still be able to answer a call by lifting the handset only
3 to 8............
9 = The first 9 stations assigned in Mode 01 & 02 will receive audible signal for an incoming call. The
other ring assigned stations will still be able to answer a call by lifting the handset only.
06. Polarity Reverse Detection – Individual trunk-Outgoing:
This parameter allows individual trunks to be enabled to detect Polarity Reverse on B party answer without
having to Enable all trunks system wide. This allows a system to have a mix of lines on one system and only
some of them will have reversal and some not. Node 14-01-08 will enable system wide Reversal settings.
0= Disable
1 = Enable
07. CO Delayed Ring Timer to Hunting Group:
This parameter sets the delayed ring time for an incoming call to the hunting group. If the stations in the Ringing
Line Preference Assignment (mode 01/02) do not answer the incoming call within below timing, the call will
overflow to the pre-assigned hunting group (mode 29-TK-08).
0 = Disable this feature
1 = 8 sec.
2 = 16 sec.
6 = 48 sec.
7 = 56 sec.
3 = 24 sec.
8 = 64 sec.
4 = 32 sec.
9 = 72 sec.
5 = 40 sec.
Related System Programming Mode: 29-Tk-07, 29-Tk-08, 67, 68, 69
08. CO Delayed Ring Overflow Hunting Group:
This parameter sets the pre-assigned overflow Hunting Group for an incoming call. If the stations in the Ringing
Line Preference Assignment (mode 01/02) do not answer the incoming call within the pre-assigned timing (mode
29-TK-07), the call will overflow to the pre-assigned hunting group.
0 = Overflow to Hunting Group 1
1 = Overflow to Hunting Group 2
2 = Overflow to Hunting Group 3
……
8 = Overflow to Hunting Group 9
9 = Overflow to Hunting Group 10
Related System Programming Mode: 29-Tk-07, 29-Tk-08, 67, 68, 69
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Program 35-tk-IP : Trunk Specifications – 1
35-tk-IP TK SPEC
01003000
Item
Pointer
-------01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Display
Data
---------0-1
0-1
0-8
0-8
0-3
0-9
0-5
0-5
tk = 01-10, IP = 01-08
System Default
Programming Data Description
-----------------------------------------------Trunk Type
Dialling Signal
External Call Forward
DISA
Pick Up
Loud Bell
Inward Line Ringing Type - Day
Inward Line Ringing Type - Night
Default
------------0=CO
1=DTMF
0=No
0=No
3=Yes
0=No
0=Com
0=Com
General:
This program permits every trunk line to be assigned different parameters.
Description:
01. Trunk Type:
0 = CO.
= Trunk line is Central Office line.
1 = PABX. = Trunk line is installed behind a PABX or Centrex.
02. Trunk Signal:
0 = Pulse = Trunk dialling signal is Dial Pulse.
1 = DTMF = Trunk dialling signal is DTMF (Touch-Tone).
03. External Call Forward - ECF:
0 = No ECF.
1 = ECF to system speed dial 101
2 = ECF to system speed dial 102
3 = ECF to system speed dial 103
4 = ECF to system speed dial 104
5 = ECF to system speed dial 105
6 = ECF to system speed dial 106
7 = ECF to system speed dial 107
8 = ECF to system speed dial 108
04. DISA/ECF (Direct Inward System Access/External Call Forward):
0 = Day - Disable
Night - Disable
1 = Day - Disable
Night - DISA Enable
2 = Day - DISA Enable
Night - Disable
3 = Day - DISA Enable
Night - DISA Enable
4 = Day - Disable
Night - ECF Enable
5 = Day - ECF Enable
Night - Disable
6 = Day - ECF Enable
Night - ECF Enable
7 = Day - DISA Enable
Night - ECF Enable
8 = Day - ECF Enable
Night - DISA Enable
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* Enable = Listed feature is operational. This feature needs G1-VSC or G1-SLC-8 installed.
05. Pick Up:
0 = Day - can not
1 = Day - can not
2 = Day - can
3 = Day - can
Night - can not
Night - can
Night - can not
Night - can
Can = An incoming call on this line can be answered by non-ringing stations.
Can not = An incoming call on this line can not be answered by non-ringing stations.
This feature is to assign "Private Lines" in conjunction with the programming of dial 9 groups, or to prevent
incoming calls being answered by users other than the ring assigned stations.
06. Loud Bell:
Refer to Program 06 to assign Relay to operate for a Loud Bell.
0 = No Operation.
1 = RELAY on the MSC (R) will be activated when the trunk is ringing.
The system does not provide any voltage from the assigned relay. A separate ring voltage and ring device will
need to be provided by the installer
07. Inward Line Ringing Method Assignment (Day):
As described in Program 01-tk-IP, there are four ringing methods plus a Private line setting:
COMMON AUDIBLE
Ring all assigned Extensions simultaneously.
LINEAR
Each incoming call rings the first available Extension in order of the Extensions assigned in Program 01-tk.
CIRCULAR
The first incoming call on each trunk rings the first assigned Extension, the 2nd incoming call rings the next
station, etc.
HUNT
If an incoming line rings an extension which is busy or does not answer, after the assigned Hunt Time (Program
05-08-01,) the call will ring the next available extension assigned in the same group. If the next ringing station is
busy then the call will immediately move to the next ring assigned extension but if the station does not answer
then the call will wait for the Hunt time and then ring the next assigned extension. Once the ring assignment has
passed a station which is busy then it will provide Off Hook Busy Remind signal and when the station is free if
the call is still unanswered the station will commence ringing for that call. Stations which do not answer a call will
also continue to ring until the call is answered.
PRIVATE
This is for an incoming private line. The station that owns this private line can set call forward (All, Busy, No
Answer) for this private line to the Voice Mail Port (See Program 43- ST-02).
0 = Day - COMMON AUDIBLE
3 = Day - HUNT
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1 = Day - LINEAR
4 = Day – PRIVATE
2 = Day - CIRCULAR
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08. Inward Line Ringing Method Assignment (Night):
As described in Program 02-tk-IP, there are four ringing methods plus a Private line setting: All settings in item
08 are the same as item 07.
0 = Night - COMMON AUDIBLE
3 = Night - HUNT
1 = Night - LINEAR
4 = Night - PRIVATE
2 = Night - CIRCULAR
To set a trunk name 1. Enter system programming Mode 35.
2. Depress {Change} to enter the Name mode.
3. Input the name for the related trunk by the following function keys.
Key
Pad
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
*
#
Depress
1 time
,
A
D
G
J
M
P
T
W
ä
%
$
Depress
2 times
.
B
E
H
K
N
Q
U
X
ü
^
!
Depress
3 times
:
C
F
I
L
O
R
V
Y
ñ
&
@
Depress
4 Times
1
2
3
4
5
6
S
8
Z
ö
*
#
Depress
5 Times
Space
;
/
_
'
7
+
9
0
(
)
4. Press {SAVE} to store the data.
5. The next trunk port will appear ready to program names.
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Program 36-gp-tk : Trunk Group Assignments
36-gp-IP TK GRP
01 02 03 04 05
gp = 01-08, IP = 01-10
trunks to be included
General:
This program permits each trunk line to be assigned to different Trunk groups. There are eight groups in total.
Description:
In the bottom data-setting area, the trunk number (01-10) means that the trunk is included in the specified group.
Press [REDIAL] to clear all entries from the table before entering the required trunks. Always set outgoing calls
to start from the highest fitted trunk and program in descending order to the lowest trunk fitted. This will prevent
call collision particularly in systems with SLT'S using PSTN trunks. An additional 8 groups are available by
utilising the groups available in Mode 38 for the dial 87 trunk groups. If a station is allocated no dial 9/0 group in
Mode 41-st-04 but is then allocated a Dial 87 group in mode 46-st-01 then this station will use that group as its
dial 9/0 group giving a total of 16 groups available.
There are 10 trunks maximum in a trunk group.
This parameter will work with the following features:
. Dial 9 or 0 access to trunk group.
. Tenant service.
Related System Programming Mode: 36, 38, 41-ST-04, 46-ST-01
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Program 37-tk : Busy Out Trunks
37-tk Busy Out
0000000000
tk = 01-10
Busy out Type
General:
This program permits the trunk line to be locked by a Technician.
Description:
This feature is used when the user does not want to use the trunk or to remove a problem line. When the trunk
is set to BUSY OUT, the LCD display on the phone will display " Access denied " when that line button is
pressed.
0 = Line is unlocked
1 = Busy for Outgoing calls
2 = Busy for Incoming and Outgoing calls (set loop on)
3 = Busy for Incoming and Outgoing calls (set line LED on)
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Program 38-gp-tk : Dial 87 Trunk Group Assignments
38-gp-IP TK GRP
01 02 03 04 05
gp = 01-08, IP = 01-10
trunks to be included
General:
This program permits each trunk line to be assigned to different Trunk groups which can be accessed by dialling
[87]. There are 8 groups in total. This group will be available to a station in addition to or instead of it's dial 9
group. Always set outgoing calls to start from the highest fitted trunk and program in descending order to the
lowest trunk fitted. This will prevent call collision particularly in systems with SLT'S. Press [REDIAL] to clear all
entries in the table before entering required trunks.
Description:
This program is different from Program Mode 36-gp-tk. This program is used for dialling [87] or [9] to access a
Trunk Line.
Once a dial [87] group has been programmed it will need to be assigned to the stations that are to use it
in Mode 46-Stn-01.
Related System Programming Mode: 36, 38, 41-ST-04, 46-ST-01
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Program 39-IP : Sensor Assignments
39-ST-IP Sensor
FN SS
39-ST-IP Sensor
FN SS FN SS FN S
ST
----------00(00)
ACP Ext. no
ACP Ext. no
ACP Ext. no
ACP Ext. no
ACP Ext. no
IP
-------01
02
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
Display
Data
-------00-18
00-06
00-18
00-06
00-18
00-06
00-18
00-06
00-18
00-06
00-18
00-06
Programming Data
Description
-----------------------------------------------------SENSOR #1 on G2-MSU Card
SENSOR #1 Contact Type and Activating Time
SENSOR #1 on ACP or ACP05 or RSU
SENSOR #1 Contact Type and Activating Time
SENSOR #2 on ACP05 or RSU
SENSOR #2 Contact Type and Activating Time
SENSOR #3 on ACP05 or RSU
SENSOR #3 Contact Type and Activating Time
SENSOR #4 on ACP05
SENSOR #4 Contact Type and Activating Time
SENSOR #5 on ACP05
SENSOR #5 Contact Type and Activating Time
Description:
The G2-MSU and ACP provides 1 Sensor individually. RSU offers 3 and ACP05 offers 5 sensors.
FN= Function No.
SS=Sensor Type
Each Sensor can be assigned one of the following 18 functions in items 39-ST in the GDS-600.
Set data
00
01
02
03
04
05
18
Function
No Operation
Fire Alarm
Break Alarm
Door Phone 1 ( 88 )
Reserved for future use
Security feature
Reserved for future use
The SENSOR type may be normally open or normally closed and can be set to be activated in Day or Night
switching or in both. Parameters 39-02 in the GDS-600 set each sensor contact to be a normally open or
normally closed type and set whether to work in Day or Night Mode or both.
00 = Disable Sensor function
01 = Normally Open, Activated for Daytime.
02 = Normally Closed, Activated for Daytime.
03 = Normally Open, Activated for Nighttime.
04 = Normally Closed, Activated for Nighttime. 05 = Normally Open, Activated for Day and Nighttime.
06 = Normally Closed, Activated for Day and Nighttime.
The applications are as the following:
1 = Fire Alarm: Sensor detects fire, all idle extensions will be rung and all busy extensions will
Hear the alarm tone. The fire alarm will continue for 10 minutes.
Pressing [7][7][7] from the console will stop the fire alarm.
The LCD display will show FIRE ALARM !!!! when the alarm is activated.
2 = Break Alarm
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.The Sensor detects the signal appears, all idle extensions will be rung.
.The Sensor detects the signal disappears, all extensions will stop ringing.
The LCD display will show BREAK ALARM !!!! when the alarm is activated.
Individual stations can be programmed to not receive the Break Alarm in Mode 45-st-06.
The ring cadence for the fire alarm will be as follows
A
B
a = 1.25 seconds On
c
b
A
b
b = 0.25 seconds off
C
b
a
b
c = 0.25 seconds on.
If door key has been set in mode 07 and mode 39, the Door key on DSS will get the following indications:
LED Indication
Off
Red-Slow Flashing
Red-Fast Flashing
Green on
Red on
Door Phone Status
Normal Close for Sensor
Normal Open for Sensor
Door Phone Is Calling
This Station is talking to Door Phone
Some other Station is talking to Door Phone
Security feature
1.[PROG][7][SAVE][39][135][SAVE][REDIAL](Clear)[05][1](Normal open)
[SAVE]
2.09-105=29611356
3.17-01=1234dddd
4.36-01=01 02 03 04
5.67-01=55 0
6.68-01=111 112 113 114
7.ACP(135)press [PROG][5]You can see PASS or ERR to check sensor state
[1234][#] To enable Security feature
8.Or Keyphone press [FN:61] to count down 1 minute enable security
feature.
9.ACP(135) press [CALL] button
10.ST:111 , ST:112 ,ST:113 and ST:114 Ringing
11.System will get TK:01 (Mode 36 search idle trunk)and dial out 29611356
then play “Message 227”
Someone is pressing your doorbell.please press [*]
to talk to the vistor, and press [*] again to end the conversation.
12.Outside party(TK:01) press [*] (before 1 minute timeout)can talk with
ACP(135) and all extension stop ringing.
13.Outside party(TK:01) press [*] again will cut off the line.
14.Outside party press [0] to open the door.
15.After user come home ACP(135) press [PROG][7][1234][#] to disable
security feature
16.Or Keyphone press [FN:61][1234][#] to disable security feature.
Modification Purpose: Request
Related System Programming Mode:07,09,17,36,67,68,69
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Program 40-st-IP : Station Class of Service – 1
st = Extension NO.(2-4 digits). IP = 01-08
40-st-IP STCOS
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 System Default
Item
Pointer
---------01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Display
Data
---------0-9
0-9
0-9
0-3
0-1
0-1
0-1
00-48
Programming Data Description
----------------------------------------------------------------Override Level
Monitor Level
Limit Call Duration
Station Loud Bell
Access Paging
Receive Paging
Security Code Status
Forced Account Code
Default
----------0= Not allowed
0= Not allowed
0=No
0=No
0=Yes
0=Yes
0=None
00=All
General:
This programming Mode permits each station to be assigned a different Class of Service.
Description:
01. Override Level:
Higher level stations can override lower level stations, equal levels may override each other.
0 = Disable
1 = Lowest level
9 = Highest level
d = Allow to rob other used trunk for an Emergency Call (U01Gx version only)
When the extension (40-ST-01=d) tries to access a trunk and all “Dial 9” trunks are busy, then the
system will search and drop the busy trunk used by the extension with the lowest override level (< 9)
in mode 40-ST-01. Then the system will allow this extension (40-ST-01=d) to use the trunk for an
emergency call. System will not access busy trunks with the highest override level extension (40-ST01=9 or “d”).
02. Monitor Level:
Higher level stations can monitor lower level stations, equal levels can not monitor each other.
0 = Disable
1 = Lowest level
9 = Highest level
03: Limit call duration:
Conversation will be interrupted by a Busy Tone. A warning tone will be given 10 seconds before the end of the
timed duration. (see Mode 05-04-03 to set call limiting action)
0 = No limit
6 = 30 min.
1 = 3 min.
7 = 40 min.
2 = 5 min.
8 = 50 min.
3 = 10 min.
9 = 60 min.
4 = 15 min.
5 = 20 min.
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Related System Programming Mode: 05-04-03, 40-st-03
04. Station Loud Bell:
Refer to Program 06 to assign Relay to operate for a Loud Bell.
0 = No operation
1 = Operate relay on the MSC card when calls are received on this station.
The system does not provide any voltage from the assigned relay. A separate ring voltage and ring device will
need to be provided by the installer.
05. Access Paging:
0 = The "All Page" signal can be broadcast by this station.
1 = The "All Page" signal can not be broadcast by this station.
06. Be Paged:
0 = The "All Page" signal can be received by this station.
1 = The "All Page" signal can not be received by this station.
This feature is useful for someone who should not be disturbed by paging calls.
07. Security code status:
0 = The station is unlocked. (Can make outgoing calls.)
1 = The station is locked. (Can not make outgoing calls.)
If a phone becomes locked accidentally or the user forgets their lock code, this parameter will unlock the phone.
There is no way of finding what the lock code was.
08. Forced account code:
There are 48 forced account codes which can be used on the system. Each user can be allocated use of one or
all of these. If a station has a Forced Account Code 01-48, the user can key [PRG][4] and the force account
code to override toll restrictions for one call only.
If the setting is from 01-48 then this Account Code ONLY can be used by the station. If the setting is 00 then the
station can use any one or all Account Codes.
Refer to Mode 17: Create Forced Account Code
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Program 41-st-IP : Station Specifications
41-st-IP STSPE
1 1 0 1 0 0 CN
Item
Pointer
---------01
02
03
04
05
06
07
Display
Data
---------1-8
1-8
1-8
1-8
0-9
0-9
cn
st = Extension NO.(2-4 digits). IP = 01-07
System Default
Programming Data Description
---------------------------------------------------------------Station Group / Agent Group for ACD
Key Group For Key phone
Shift Key Group For Key phone / SLT Port as MOH Source
Dial 9 trunk group
Toll plan - Day
Toll plan - Night
c = Card number, n = Port number
Default
----------1=1
4=4
0=None
1=1
0=0
0=0
General:
This program permits each station to be assigned to a different Class of Service.
Description:
01. Station group:
This parameter will work with the following features:
- Call Pickup Group.
- Single Digit Intercom Group
- Paging Group
02. Flexible key pattern group assignments (key phone):
This parameter assigns stations to one of 8 flexible key pattern groups.
0 = Disable
1-8 = Soft Key Plan 1 to 8
See Mode 07: Flexible key group assignment to write soft key plans.
03. Shift Key Group for Key phone / SLT Port as MOH Source:
Each station can have access to a second soft key group accessed by the [SHIFT] key (refer to mode 07). The
shift key must be programmed in the first group assigned to the station. When the shift key is used to access the
second group then it will light red and override the function assigned to it in the second group.
0 = Disable
1-8 = Soft Key Plan 1 to 8
See Mode 07: Flexible key group assignment to write soft key plans.
If the Extension is an SLT port it can be used as an additional MOH input allowing individual tenants to each
have their own Message on Hold. The port is set to type 7 in Mode 43-port-02 then in Mode 41-slt-03 user can
allocate which trunk group will use this port as MOH source.
0 = All Trunk groups
1-8 = Trunk group 1 to 8
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04. Dial 9 trunk group:
When a station selects a trunk line by dialling 9, the system finds an available trunk according to the dial 9 group
assignment. If a trunk is not in a stations assigned dial 9 group then the station will not be able to make outgoing
calls on that trunk.
0= use “Dial [87] trunk group” as “Dial 9 trunk group”. (see mode 46-ST-01).
That is, Dial 9 can access the “Dial [87] trunk group”. Using this setting can extend Dial 9 trunk
groups from 8 to 16.
1= search in the 1st tk group
2 = in 2nd tk group
.…….. 8= in 8th tk group
Related System Programming Mode: 36, 38, 41-ST-04, 46-ST-01
05. Toll plan - Day:
This parameter assigns the toll plan to be used by the station in day mode.
Refer to Mode 18 for Toll plan details.
06. Toll plan - Night:
This parameter assigns the toll plan to be used by the station in night mode.
Refer to Mode 18 for Toll plan details.
07. Port number:
This is for checking only, the system will automatically show the correct port number. It is not possible for the
user to change or remove this parameter.
In the G1-824, the port number consists of 2 digits
11~18: station ports on the G1-MBU
st
21~28: station ports on the 1 G1-STC card.
31~38: station ports on the 2nd G1-STC or G1-SLC card.
41~48: Internal ISDN ports on the 1st S/T port of G1-SIU card.
51~58: Internal ISDN ports on the 2nd S/T port of G1-SIU card.
61~68: Internal ISDN ports on the 3rd S/T port of G1-SIU card.
In the G2-1624, the port number consists of 2 digits
11~18: station ports on the 1st Stc card
21~28: station ports on the 2nd STC or SLC card.
31~38: station ports on the 3rd STC or SLC card.
41~48: station ports on the 4th STC or SLC card.
51~58: station ports on the 5th STC or SLC card.
61~68: station ports on the 6th SLC card.
71~78: Internal ISDN ports on the 3rd S/T port of G1-SIU card.
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Program 42-st-IP : Register Memory Block for Individual Speed Dial
42-st-IP SPD-T
b1 b2
b1:
b2:
st = Station No. (2-4 digits) IP = 01-02
blocks (2 max.) for a Station
Block 1 of Individual Speed Dial Codes (00-09 or DSS11~DSS20)
Block 2 of Individual Speed Dial Codes (DSS1-10)
General:
This program divides sets of Individual Speed Dial into blocks for use by Stations.
Description:
If in program 05-04-06, the Individual Speed Dial Codes are assigned:
500 sets, the maximum blocks in this program are 50 blocks.
400 sets, the maximum blocks in this program are 40 blocks.
300 sets, the maximum blocks in this program are 30 blocks.
z
Each block has 10 sets of Individual Speed Dial.
z
Each set has up to 30 digits.
z
Speed Dial Codes 00~09 shares the same memory block with DSS11~DSS20.
z
Each Station can use up to 2 blocks (20 sets of Individual Speed Dial.)
z
Example:
42-13-IP SPD-T
01 02
13: Station No. ( 2-4 digits )
01 02: Station 553 can use block 01 and 02 for Individual
Speed Dial (20 sets)
42-15-IP SPD-T
04 00
15: Station No. ( 2-4 digits )
04 00: Station 105 can use block 04 (10 sets) for Individual
Speed Dial (00-09 or DSS11~20), 00 : for no block.
42-18-IP SPD-T
00 03
18: Station No. ( 2-4 digits )
00 03: Station 550 can use block 03 for Individual Speed Dial
(DSS 1-10)
*
*
Refer to Keyphone Operation, G.04 for the programming of Individual Speed Dial.
Be sure to program these parameters before programming speed dial on key phones.
If problems are encountered with stations not being able to program speed dial numbers, check this parameter
to be sure that speed dial locations are available to the station. If the station card was fitted at the time of system
initialisation then the blocks will have been allocated automatically.
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Program 43-cn-IP : Port Specifications
43-cn-IP Port
st 0 1 2 00 02
cn = Port No. (2 digits) IP = 01-06
Parameters for the port
cn = Position Number on Card (11-68)
In the G1-824, the port number consists of 2 digits
st
11~18: station port on G1-MBU
21~28: station port on the 1 G1-STC card.
nd
31~38: station port on the 2 G1-STC or G1-SLC card. 41~48: Internal ISDN port 1st S/T port of G1-SIU card.
51~58: Internal ISDN port 2nd S/T port of G1-SIU card. 61~68: Internal ISDN port 3rd S/T port of G1-SIU card.
In the G2-1624, the port number consists of 2 digits
11~18: station ports on the 1st Stc card
21~28: station ports on the 2nd STC or SLC card.
31~38: station ports on the 3rd STC or SLC card.
41~48: station ports on the 4th STC or SLC card.
51~58: station ports on the 5th STC or SLC card.
61~68: station ports on the 6th SLC card.
71~72: Internal ISDN ports on the 3rd S/T port of G1-SIU card.
71-76 & 81-86 can be used for virtual mailboxes if SIU card is not used for S interface (G2 only – E30 software
maximum 12 virtuals.
Item
Pointer
---------01
02
03
04
05
06
Display
Data
----------nnnn
0-9
1-9
0-8
00-50
00-90
Programming Data Description
-----------------------------------------------------------Station Number (2 to 4 digits)
Equipment Type
DSS Soft key Plan – G2-1648
Disallow SLT Connection
Voice Mail Box Capacity
Maximum Voice Mail Message Length
Default
----------System
System
4=4
0=Yes
00= disabled
02= 1 Minute
General:
This program permits each port to be assigned different parameters and station numbers.
Description:
01. Station number:
Use this setting to assign station numbers for the Flexible Numbering Plan. The allowed number range is 10-69,
100-699. 1000-6999. If it is necessary to use digits 7 or 8 as part of the station numbering scheme then Mode
05-08-05 must first be set to 8 to prevent confusion between control codes/programming digits and Station
numbers.
02. Equipment type:
0 = None connected
2 = Digital Phone with LCD
4 = Single Line Telephone
6 = Dual port (G2-E20 Software)
8 = Voice Mail Port
D = Door phone/ACP
1 = Digital Phone without LCD
3 = Hybrid function for DK1-21H
5 = DSS (G2)
7 = SLT Port used as MOH input.
9 = ISDN Device
Types 0 to 5 and d are recognized by the system automatically.
Type 6 allows an SLT port to be paired to a Digital Extension providing a pseudo Hybrid port 0n G2-1648. Once
set the SLT phone can be given the same extension number as a Digital Extension and when the number is
called both Phones will ring. Either phone can answer and once one answers then a call to the same number will
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show busy. The call can be placed on hold by one of the extensions and retrieved from the other or can be
transferred to other extensions by the normal method. If one phone is busy the other can make a call at the
same time. The Station COS of the digital phone will be allocated to the SLT automatically. This feature is
available on The G2-1648 from Software version E20xx only.
Type 7 allows an SLT port to be used as an additional MOH input allowing tenanted systems to have different
messages played to different trunk groups during Call Hold. Once an SLT port is set to MOH then in Mode 41slt-03 the port can be allocated to all or individual trunks groups as a hold source.
Type 8 can be assigned to an analogue port to enable the system to send DTMF tones identifying a call
forwarded calls originating station. A voice Mail port will receive DTMF tones from call forwarded stations
identifying the mail box to which the call is intended. The mail box number must be the same as the station
number for this parameter to work although Mode 05-10 can insert leading digits before the station number is
sent to the Voice Mail and is also able to insert pauses before or during the string. There is also an Enhanced
Protocol to provide more information to the Voice Mail unit, see Mode 05-10 for descriptions of the protocols
available.
03. Flexible key pattern group assignments (DSS console):
This parameter assigns stations to one of 2 flexible DSS console key pattern groups.
0 = Disable
1-8 = Soft Key Plan 1 to 8
See Mode 08: Flexible DSS console key group assignment to write soft key plans.
04. Disallow SLT Connection:
This parameter when enabled will prevent an SLT from being used on a Hybrid port.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
For Type 3 telephone (DK1-21H), enabling this function will automatically assign the “Call Forward no Answer”
on the DK1-21H to its appended Single Line Telephone when the DK1-21H is connected to the system. This
function is for users to utilise the DK1-21H’s SLT as an answer machine or a secondary telephone (like a
cordless telephone for mobility). The master telephone (DK1-21H) can also pick up the call of the secondary
phone (SLT).
05. Voice Mail Box Capacity (G2-VMU):
This parameter decides the total mail box message units can be used for this extension.
00 = No Voice Mail Box
01 = 5 units (total 150 sec.)
02 = 10 units (total 300 sec.)
03 = 15 units (total 450 sec.)
……………………
50 = 250 units (total 7500 sec.)
Each unit has 30 seconds storage.
VMU Type
32M
64M
128M
256M
Total Units for all VM boxes 189 Units
530 Units
1230 Units
2536 Units
The total units may be reduced if more features are added to the G2-VMU in the future.
512M
5309 Units
06. Maximum Message Length:
To prevent a caller using up all the mail boxes capacity with a single message the length of each individual
message is limited to 1 minute. The installer can modify this length
00 = No limit
01 = 30 seconds
02 = 60 seconds
03 = 90 seconds ………
Example
43-18-06 Port
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118 2 1 0 08 02
Means: The total mail box capacity for extension 118 is 1200 sec (40 units, 20 min.) and the maximum length for
each voice mail message is 60 sec.(2 units). The Voice Mail Messages for this extension could be varied from
20~40.
To set an extension name and Hotel printout name1. Enter system programming Mode 43.
2. Depress {Change} to enter the Name mode.
3. Input the name for the related extension by the following function keys.
Key Pad
Depress
Depress
Depress
Depress
1 time
2 times
3 times
4 Times
Q
Z
Space
1
1
A
B
C
2
2
D
E
F
3
3
G
H
I
4
4
J
K
L
5
5
M
N
O
6
6
P
R
S
7
7
T
U
V
8
8
X
Y
Z
9
9
.
:
&
0
0
/
!
*
*
(
)
$
#
#
DSS23
Cursor Left
DSS24
Cursor Right
4. Press {SAVE} to store the data.
5. The next extension port will appear ready to program names.
To set Virtual mailbox on E30 software
The system can allocate virtual mail boxes in ports 71~76,81~86 if the SIU is not set for S-interface.
a) Mode 43-71=43 0 4 0 30 02
|__ Total mail box length = 30*5unit*30s=75 min
b) Any extension can press 43 to enter the virtual mail box to change the password or select which extensions
[MSG] key will light .when someone leaves a message.
c) In holiday greeting record "Our office is closed, dial 43 to leave a message "
After a caller dial 43
"This extension is busy please leave your message after beep..."
+
When the outside party finishes the call ST:xx [MSG] light will be on.
Setting Hotel Name for Mini Call Accounting Printout
To set a name for the hotel printout allocate a name to ports 85 and 86. The first 12 letters of the name
are allocated to port 85 and the remaining up to 14 digits to port 86.
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Program 44-st-IP : Station Class of Service – 2
44-st-IP STCOS
0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0
Item
Pointer
---------01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Display
Data
----------0-1
0-1
0-1
0-1
0-1
0-1
0-1
0-1
st = Station No. (2-4 digits) IP = 01-08
System Default
Programming Data Description
----------------------------------------------------------System Alarm
Hold feature
Call Split
Manual Line
Headset feature
Use Engineering Password
DTMF Receiver Control for Voice mail Ports
Station Alarm Signal Type
Default
---------0=Enable
0=Enable
0=Enable
0=No
0/1=Disable/enable
0=Enable
0=Normal Timeout.
0=Music
General:
This program permits each station to be assigned to a different Class of Service.
Description:
01. System Alarm:
If the setting is disable, the station will not receive system alarm clock signals.
0 = The "System Alarm" signal will be received on this station.
1 = The "System Alarm" signal will not be received on this station.
02. Hold feature:
If the setting is disable, the station will not be able to place calls on hold.
0 = Hold function allowed
1 = Hold function not allowed
03. Call Split:
If the setting is disable, the station will not be able to activate call splitting function. When activated and the
station presses hook flash after placing a call on hold the call will not be retrieved. Dialling 9 (or 0) or 72 will
retrieve the held call.
0 = Call Splitting function allowed
1 = Call Splitting function not allowed
Related System Programming Mode: 07(code 26), 44-st-03
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04. Manual Line:
If the setting is Enable, lifting the handset of the station will call the operator directly without dialling any digits.
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
05. Headset feature:
The user can then use the [SPK] key to go on or off hook. The user will overwrite this programming mode if they
use [SPK 775] to switch between handset and headset mode.
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
On G2 systems from version G2-E10q and G1 systems from E10E the parameter will disable the ability of a user
to place their handset into headset mode using SPK 775
06. Use Engineering Password:
If the setting is disable the station is unable to use the engineering password to enter programming mode.
0 = Enable
1 = Disable
07. DTMF Receiver Control for Voice mail Ports:
This program controls the operation of DTMF detectors for each Voice mail Port. The parameter is set to free
DTMF detectors quickly for systems with high Voice Mail traffic.
0=
1=
After the Voice Mail dials the extension number, The system releases the DTMF receiver
after the timeout of mode 05-02-02.
After the Voice Mail dials the extension number, The system releases the DTMF receiver
immediately.
08. Station Alarm Signal:
This parameter decides what the station will hear when a station alarm or Morning Call is activated.
0 = Back Ground Music
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Program 45-st-IP : Station Class of Service – 3
45-st-IP STCOS
00000000
Item
Pointer
---------01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Display
Data
---------0-1
000-1
0-1
0-1
0-1
0-1
st = Station No. (2-4 digits) IP = 01-08
System Default
Programming Data Description
----------------------------------------------------------Intercom Call Limitation
Reserved
Reserved
Allow Trunk Access
Intercom Calls To Different Station Groups
Receive Break Alarm
Allow Unrestricted Speed Dial
Record Station's SMDR Data
Default
------------0=Disable
0=
0=
0=Yes
0=Yes
0=Yes
0=Yes
0=Yes
General:
This program permits each station to be assigned to a different Class of Service.
Description:
01. Intercom Call Limitation:
If this setting is enabled, the station can not make an intercom call by dialling a station number. Under this
condition, the Key Phone still can press a Flexible Key to make an intercom call or the Key Station or Analogue
phones can call a station using the "Single Digit" feature.
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
02. Reserved
03. Reserved
04. Allow Trunk Access:
If this function is disabled then the station will be unable to access any trunks for incoming or outgoing calls.
0 = Enable
1 = Disable
05. Intercom Calls to Different Station Groups:
If this function is disabled then stations will not be able to make intercom calls outside their own station group
(Mode 41-st-01). This parameter is for use in tenancy arrangements where each company wish's to remain
totally separate although some stations can still be allowed this function, for instance a shared Receptionist.
0 = Enable
1 = Disable
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06. Receive Break Alarm:
If this parameter is disabled then the station will not receive the Break Alarm signal if one has been programmed
in Mode 39.
0 = Enabled
1 = Disable
07. Allow Unrestricted Speed Dial Access:
If this parameter is disabled then the station will not be able to access any of the Speed Dial numbers which
have been unrestricted in Mode 05-05-03/04 if they conflict with the stations toll restrictions.
0 = Enabled
1 = Disable
08. Record Station's SMDR Data (future):
If this parameter is disabled then calls to and from this station will not recorded or output to the SMDR for the
Mini Call Accounting feature. When the Mini Call Accounting feature is enabled (see Mode 14-01-08) then all
stations which are used for administration should have this feature disabled to prevent using memory
unnecessarily to record their calls. If calls are allowed to accumulate against stations which are not checked in or
out regularly then the system memory buffer will become full and calls will not be recorded.
0 = Record
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Program 46-st-IP : Station Class of Service – 4
46-st-IP STCOS
00030720
Item
Display
Pointer
Data
---------- ---------01
0-8
02
0-9
03
0-2
04
0-7
05
0-9
06
0-7
07
0-9
08
0-7
General:
st = Station No. (2-4 digits) IP = 01-08
System Default
Programming Data Description
----------------------------------------------------------Dial [87] Trunk Group
Send Message Wait Signal Level
Automatic Answer Capability / Internal CLIP
DISA/ISDN Indial Recall Capability
Maximum Number Of Transfer Times Allowed
Door Unlock/DND/CFWD Access
ACP Door Phone Hunt Grp./Permanent C/FW Grp.
SLT Ring Cadence Settings
Default
----------0= None
0= Disable
0= No
3= Recall
0= No Limit
7= Yes
0= 1/Disable
0= Normal
This program permits each station to be assigned to a different Class of Service.
Description:
01. Dial [87] Trunk Group:
If this setting is from 1 to 8, after the station dials [87] (or dials [9]), the system will automatically search for a free
line which is assigned in group 1 to 8 in Program Mode 38.
If the setting is 0, then no dial 87 group is available to this station.
Related System Programming Mode: 36, 38, 41-ST-04, 46-ST-01
02. Message Waiting Level:
The Stations assigned higher levels can leave message for stations with the same or lower levels. Ten levels (09) are available (9=highest level, 0=lowest level). The default is now 0 for all stations. Stations which are set to 0
can not send a message wait and can only receive a message wait from Stations which are class 9.
9 = Can do Message Waiting to Stations assigned level 0-9;
0 = Can not do Message Waiting (lowest level).
03. Automatic Answer Capability (Keyphone) / Internal CLIP(Caller ID) function:
For Digital Key Telephone:
This parameter if enabled will automatically switch on the microphone of the station if it receives an intercom call.
This setting is independent of whether the system is set to voice or ring signalling for intercom calls.
0 = No
1 = MIC permanently on.
2 = MIC will switch on for Intercom calls
For Single Line Telephone (Connected to G1-SLC1 card):
This enables system to send different internal CLIP(Caller ID) signals to the single line telephone
0 = Disable CLIP
1 = Enable to send SDMF(number without name) CLIP to the single line telephone
2 = Enable to send MDMF(number with name) CLIP to the single line telephone
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04. DISA/ISDN Indial Recall Capability:
If this parameter is enabled then when a DISA or ISDN Indial call rings an extension but the station is busy or
does not answer (depending on setting) after the voice message announcing the status of the station is heard
then the system will recall the operator after the assigned DISA transfer time. Using settings 1 to 3 the called
station will continue to ring until the console answers the call. Using Settings 5 to 8 the call will ring the station for
1 cycle (Mode 05-08-06) and then camp on to the console only and cease to ring the called station. If the
parameter is set to 0 then the call will stay at the station until answered or terminated.
0 = No Recall to Operator
1 = Recall to Operator/No Answer
2 = Recall to Operator/Busy
3 = Recall to Operator/No Answer or Busy
5 = Recall to Operator/no Answer
6 = Recall to Operator/Busy
7 = Recall to Operator/No Answer or Busy
4 = ISDN Indial calls ringing a busy station will receive busy signal.
05. Maximum Re-Transferred Times:
This feature allows the user or the automatic attendant console to re-transfer the same call for the number of
times set in this parameter.
0 = No Limit
3 = Allow 8 times ......
1 = Allow 6 times
8 = Allow 13 times
2 = Allow 7 times
9 = Allow 14 times
06. Door Unlock/DND/CFWD Access:
Door Unlock
DND
CFWD
0
Disallow
Disallow
Disallow
1
Allow
Disallow
Disallow
2
Disallow
Allow
Disallow
3
Allow
Allow
Disallow
4
Disallow
Disallow
Allow
5
Allow
Disallow
Allow
6
Disallow
Allow
Allow
7
Allow
Allow
Allow
This parameter allows or disallows the station from accessing the Door Unlock, Do Not Disturb and Call Forward
features as per the table.
07. ACP Door Phone Hunt Group/Permanent Call Forward Group:
This parameter allocates the hunt Group that the ACP will call if it is programmed as a Door Phone and the Call
button is pressed.
0 = Group 1
1 = Group 2
2 = Group 3
d = Mode 3 (G2 only)
If the Extension is not an ACP then this parameter sets the Permanent Call Forward destination Hunt Group for
the Station. If the Station user sets a Call Forward manually then it will override this setting but after cancelling
the manual Call forward then this setting will be enabled again.
See also Mode 78-st-04 – Call Forward No Answer permanent setting.
08. SLT Ring Cadence Settings:
If the Station is an SLT then this parameter will set the ring Cadence for calls as follows.
0 = Normal
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1 = Always Trunk ring pattern,
2 = Always Intercom ring pattern
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Program 47-st-IP : Hot Line Assignment
47-st HOT LINE
00
St = Station No. (2-4 digits)
Data. ( Extension Mode )
47-st HOT LINE
SPD:000
St= Station No. (2-4 digits)
Data. ( SPEED DIAL Mode )
General:
This feature allows a user to lift the handset and directly call a specific outside party through System Speed Dial
or an Intercom Extension without dialling any digits.
* Pressing [SPK] on a Keyphone allows the Hot line to be over-ridden.
Description:
1. Enter a System Speed Dial Number for an outgoing call or a Station Number for an Intercom call.
Example:
47-15 HOT LINE
SPD:101
15 = Station No. ( 3 digits )
7 Speed Dial 101 (for example: 94150100)
When the user lifts the handset, the System will automatically call 9425010 through System Speed Dial 101.
2. Press {Change} to select a hot line Intercom. (Press again 6 back to SPD assignment), the display shows:
47-15 HOT LINE
00
z
Enter an Extension number 18
47-550 HOT LINE
18
z
The system calls Extension 18 when the handset is lifted.
The Hot Line is the recommended method of connecting a Fax machine to the system. Use a spare analogue
port and make the Fax extension a Hot Line to an unused Speed Dial number and allocate the fax line to be
used by that Speed Dial. Do not program any number into the Speed Dial. When the fax goes off line it will select
the Fax line and then wait for the Fax to dial the number required.
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Program 50-st-IP : Station Class of Service – 5
50-st-IP STCOS
00000000
Item
Pointer
---------01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Display
Data
---------0-1
0-1
0-1
0-1
0-1
0-1
0-1
0-1
st = Station No. (2-4 digits) IP = 01-08
System Default
Programming Data Description
----------------------------------------------------------ACP Warning Signals
Call Forward Indication
ISDN Incoming Call Display type
CTI-Extension Status Report
VMS Leading Digits for Intercom Calls
ACP Door Unlock Relay
ACP Door Open Control
ACP Phone Operation Type
Default
----------0=Disable
0=Enabled
0=CLI
0=Disable
0=Enable
0=ACP Relay
0=Card or P/Word
0=Door Phone
General:
This program permits each station to be assigned to a different Class of Service.
Description:
01. ACP Warning Signals:
This Parameter enables the warning signals for the ACP/RFID unit. The warning signals are Case Open Alarm
and Unplug Alarm.
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
02. Call Forward Indication:
This feature will disable the flashing SPK key on a handset that has enabled Call Forward.
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
03. ISDN Incoming Call Display Type:
This parameter selects what will be displayed on the screen of an LCD phone when an incoming ISDN call is
received, either the CLI number or the ISDN Indial number. This parameter will also select what will be displayed
on the SMDR output for incoming calls. This setting also allows the naming of Indials or CLI numbers using
System Speed Dial Name / numbers. If this setting is a 1 then when an incoming ISDN call with CLI or an Indial
number rings, the G1-824 will search the System Speed dials and if this number is entered then the name
associated with it will be displayed on the screen. Because ISDN CLI currently omits the 0 on CLI It will be
necessary to set Mode 84 – Home Area code to correct the settings before searching. The Indial number is
entered as the standard 7/8digit number without area code.
0 = CLI / Name
1 = ISDN Indial Number / Name
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04. CTI-Extension Status Report:
Enabling this parameter will output the extensions status report for CTI applications.
0 = Disable
1 = Enable
05. VMS Leading Digits For Intercom Calls:
Enabling (disabling) this parameter allows the system to send (not send) the leading digit information of the
extension when calling to the voice mail. This allows the operator to transfer someone’s call directly to the
selected Voice mail box.
0 = Enable
1 = Disable
Related System Programming Mode: 05-12-05, 50-ST-05
06. . ACP Door Unlock Relay:
This parameter can select KSU relay or ACP relay as its Door unlock relay.
0= Use ACP relay.
1= Use G2-MSU Relay (mode 06-00 needs to be assign to ‘2’ too.)
Related System Programming Mode: 05-12-04, 06
07. ACP Door Open Control
This parameter sets what action is required to open the door lock from an ACP / RFID phone.
0 = RF Proximity card OR Password
1 = RF Proximity Card AND Password.
08. ACP Phone Operation Type:
This parameter sets whether The ACP phone is used as a Door Phone or as a Wall Mounted Telephone
0 = Door Phone
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1 = Wall Mounted Phone
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Program (51 to 59)-code-IP : Toll Plans – Allowed Digits – Class 1 to 9
51-code-01 Allow
-------------
code = code no 01-16, IP = 01-12
System default
General:
This program sets allowed exception numbers for Toll Class 1. These Modes should be read in conjunction with
Modes 61 to 66.
Description:
There are 16 codes for each Toll Class and each code contains up to 12 digits
In default any station allocated to Toll Plans 1 to 6 will be able to dial unrestricted until the associated Modes are
programmed.
Allowed entries in this Mode are 0 to 9, d and _. d = Don't care and means that any digit can be dialled in this
position. _ = No digit is allowed to be dialled beyond this position. If a digit is allowed as the beginning of a
number then the entry should be filled with don't care's to the end of the line or the caller will not be able to dial
the full number.
Modes 51 to 56 are used in conjunction with Modes 61 to 66 and Modes 57 to 59 are used independently.
Toll Classes:
Class
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
D
Function
Unrestricted
Use Mode 51 for the Unrestricted numbers. Use Mode 61 for the Restricted numbers
Use Mode 52 for the Unrestricted numbers. Use Mode 62 for the Restricted numbers
Use Mode 53 for the Unrestricted numbers. Use Mode 63 for the Restricted numbers
Use Mode 54 for the Unrestricted numbers. Use Mode 64 for the Restricted numbers
Use Mode 55 for the Unrestricted numbers. Use Mode 65 for the Restricted numbers
Use Mode 56 for the Unrestricted numbers. Use Mode 66 for the Restricted numbers
Use Mode 57 for the Unrestricted numbers.
Use Mode 58 for the Unrestricted numbers.
Use Mode 59 for the Unrestricted numbers.
Use Mode 51-56 for unrestricted numbers. Use Mode 61-66 for all restricted numbers
Cannot access the trunk line.
Prog. Mode
Default
Mode 51,61
Mode 52,62
Mode 53,63
Mode 54,64
Mode 55,65
Mode 56,66
Mode 57
Mode 58
Mode 59
000
Note 1: Default numbers in Mode 61, 62, 63, 65, 66 are: dddddddd
Note 2: Default numbers in Mode 51, 52, 53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59 are:-----------Note 3: d: Don't care: any digit is allowed in this position.
Note 4: _: The system does not allow any digits dialled after this symbol.
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Program (61 to 66)-code-IP : Toll Plans – Restricted Digits – Class 1 to 6
61-code-01 Restrict Code = code no 01-16, IP = 01-12
System default
dddddddddddd
General:
This program sets Restricted numbers for Toll Class 1. These Modes should be read in conjunction with Modes
51 to 56.
Description:
There are 16 codes for each Toll Class and each code contains up to 12 digits
In default any station allocated to Toll Plans 1 to 6 will be able to dial unrestricted until the associated Modes are
programmed.
Allowed entries in this Mode are 0 to 9, d and _. d = Don't care and means that any digit can be dialled in this
position. _ = no digit is allowed to be dialled beyond this position. If a digit is allowed as the beginning of a
number then the entry should be filled with don't care's to the end of the line or the caller will not be able to dial
the full number.
Modes 51 to 56 are used in conjunction with Modes 61 to 66 and Modes 57 to 59 are used independently and do
not have an associated restriction table.
In Default stations which are allocated Toll Plans 0 to 6 are able to dial any numbers.
When a station is allocated Toll Plans 7 to 9 they can dial no digits until the plans are programmed.
Mode 51 and 61 combine to produce Toll Plan 1, Mode 52 and 62 combine to produce Toll Plan 2 and so on up
to Mode 56 and 66 for Toll Plan 6. Toll Plans 7, 8 and 9 are associated with Mode 57, 58 and 59.
The principle of these Toll Plans up to Plan 6 is to deny unwanted digits in Mode 61 to 66 and then allow any
exceptions for these digits in Mode 51 to 56. If 0ddddddd is entered in Mode 61 and 04ddddddddddd_and
01dddddddd are entered in Mode 51 then a station allocated to Toll Plan 1 will be able to dial any local number
plus 04 anything (Australian Digital and CDMA Mobile phones) . Any other number beginning with 0 will be
disallowed.
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This example is based on the Australian network for the city of Sydney (area code 02, local calls start with the
digits 8 and 9) where an 8 digit local numbering scheme is in place and allows local calls plus mobiles (04x)
Set Mode 41-11-05/06 = 7
When this mode is set and Mode 57 is still at default then station 11 will be totally restricted.
Set Mode 57 to the following,
Mode 57-01 = 8ddddddddddd
Mode 57-02 = 9ddddddddddd
Station 11 will now be only able to dial numbers beginning with 8 and 9 .
To allow mobiles program Mode 51 to the following.
Mode 57-03 = 04dddddddddd
Example 2: All calls except ISD and 19 numbers.
Set Mode 41-11-05/06 = 1
When this mode is set and Mode 51 and 61are still at default then station 11 will be unrestricted.
Set Mode 61 to the following,
Mode 61-01 = 00dddddddddd
Mode 61-02 =19ddddddddddd
Mode 61-03 =14ddddddddddd
Station 11 will now be only able to dial numbers beginning with digits 2 to 8 plus service calls.
To allow mobiles (04X) free calls (1800xxxxxx) program Mode 51 to the following.
Mode 52-01 = 1800dddddddd
Mode 52-02 = 04dddddddddd
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Program 67-gp-IP : Hunt Group Pilot Number
67-gp HUNT NO
--- T
Item
Pointer
---------01
02
Display
Data
---------00-10
0-9
GP = 01-10
System default
Programming Data Description
----------------------------------------------------------Hunting Group Pilot Number
Hunting Group Ring Method
Default
----------00
0 = Common
General:
This program sets Pilot Numbers for Hunting Groups 1 to 10 and their ringing method.
Description:
01. Hunting Group Pilot Number:
There are 10 Hunt Groups available in the G1-824/G2-1648. Each Hunt Group is assigned a Pilot Number in this
Mode. The pilot number can be any valid unused number and will have the same number of digits as the stationnumbering scheme used in the system (2, 3 or 4).
On the G1-824 Hunt group pilots can be assigned to be rung from Single Digit DISA.
On the G2-1648 Hunt group pilots (01-08) will be rung from Single Digit DISA dialling (digits 1-8) directly.
02. Hunting Group Ringing Method:
Assign one of 3 ringing methods for each hunting group.
0 = Common
1 = Linear
2 = Circular
3~9= Follow programming mode 05-06-08
Once Hunting Ring Type is set here or in Mode 05-06-08 then ringing this pilot number will access the stations in
the group according to the ringing method selected and the order in which they are programmed in Mode 68
(Day) and Mode 69 (Night). Each Hunt Group can be from 1 to 5 stations in the G1-824 and 1 to 16 stations in
the G2-1648.
There are 3 types of Ring available, Common, Linear and Circular.
If Common Ring is enabled then calling the pilot number will always ring all available stations in which they are
programmed in Mode 68 or 69.
If Linear Ring is enabled then calling the pilot number will always call the first available station in the order in
which they are programmed in Mode 68 or 69.
If Circular Ring is enabled then the stations will be called one after the other for each succeeding call until all
have taken a call and then the Ring will revert to the beginning of the Ring assignment and then repeat the
process.
Stations can remove themselves from receiving Hunt calls by using the DND key but this will also prevent them
from receiving direct calls.
It is still possible to call each station in the Hunting group directly by dialling it's own individual station number.
If a station in a Hunt Group has set call forward to a station or another Hunt Group (for instance Voice Mail
Group) then only direct calls to the station will be forwarded. If Hunt calls come to the station and it is call
forwarded it will still ring for the call.
Related System Programming Modes:
05-06-08, 67, 68, 69
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Program 68-gp-IP : Hunt Group Assignment – Day
68-GP-IP HUNT DA
00 00 00 00 00
GP = 01-10, IP = 01-05
System default
General:
This program sets Stations into Hunting Groups 1 to 10 for the G1-824 assigns the order in which they will be
accessed during Daytime.
Description:
There are 10 Hunt Groups available and 5 stations for the G1-824 and 16 for the G2-1684 can be assigned into
each group for Day and Night time.
There are 3 types of Ring available, Common audible ,Linear and Circular.
If Common Audible is enabled then all stations will ring simultaneously.
If Linear Ring is enabled then calling the pilot number will always call the first available station in the order in
which they are programmed in Mode 68 or 69.
If Circular Ring is enabled then the stations will be called one after the other for each succeeding call until all
have taken a call and then the Ring will revert to the beginning of the Ring assignment and then repeat the
process.
It is still possible to call each station in the Hunting group directly by dialling its own individual station number.
Related System Programming Mode: 05-06-08, 67, 68, 69
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Program 69-gp-IP : Hunt Group Assignment – Night
69-GP-IP HUNT NI
00 00 00 00 00
GP = 01-10, IP = 01-05
System default
General:
This program sets Stations into Hunting Groups 1 to 10 for the G1-824 assigns the order in which they will be
accessed during Night time.
Description:
There are 10 Hunt Groups available and 5 stations for the G1-824 and 16 for the G2-1684 can be assigned into
each group for Day and Night time.
There are 3 types of Ring available, Common audible ,Linear and Circular.
If Linear Ring is enabled then calling the pilot number will always call the first available station in the order in
which they are programmed in Mode 68 or 69.
If Circular Ring is enabled then the stations will be called one after the other for each succeeding call until all
have taken a call and then the Ring will revert to the beginning of the Ring assignment and then repeat the
process.
It is still possible to call each station in the Hunting group directly by dialling its own individual station number.
Related System Programming Mode: 05-06-08, 67, 68, 69
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Program 70-Cd-IP : ISDN Interface Specifications Program – G1-824
70-Cd-IP S/T TYP
111
Cd = 01-04, IP = 01-03
System default
General:
To assign the ISDN interface to “S” interface or “T” interface.
Description:
Cd= 01 is to assign the “S” or “T” interface for the ISDN port on G1-SIU card.
0= “S” interface. It can connect two ISDN devices. Use Program 43-CN to set the Device Station
Number (Station Type is 9).
1= “T” interface. It can be connected to “NT” interface of ISDN line.
Cd= 02 is for test purposes only.
0= Loopback disabled
1= Loopback enabled
Cd= 03 is for connection method.
0= Point to Point(recommend ‘0’ for internal ISDN S interface use if only one ISDN device connected)
1= Point to Multi-point
2= Point to Multi-point and ignore the unknown MSN or DDI number (not assigned in mode 72)
z
This application is normally for other ISDN devices (e.g. ISDN TA, ISDN video conference, ISDN card, …)
that are connected to the NT1 with the G1-824.
Cd= 04 is for ISDN PLL (Phase Loop Lock)
0= Auto detect
1= Lock this ISDN line for PLL. Signal.
The following table is the Cross Reference Table for physical position of ISDN interface and
programming position.
Cd
IP
Cd=01
Cd=02
Cd=03
Cd=04
IP=01
1st interface
1st interface
1st interface
1st interface
IP=02
2nd interface
2nd interface
2nd interface
2nd interface
IP=03
3rd interface
3rd interface
3rd interface
3rd interface
Example:
70-01-IP S/T TYP
110
It sets the 1st and 2nd ISDN interface to “T” interface and 3rd interface to “S” interface.
The user can program the station number in program mode 43, port 61~68.
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Program 70-Cd-IP : ISDN(BRI/PRI) Interface Specifications Program G2-1648
Cd = 01-04, IP = 01-06
System default
70-Cd-IP S/T TYP
111111
General:
To assign the ISDN interface to “S” interface or “T” interface.
Description:
For ISDN BRI:
Cd= 01 is to assign the “S” or “T” interface for the ISDN port on G2-SIU card.
0= “S” interface. It can connect two ISDN devices. Use Program 43-CN to set the Device Station
Number (Station Type is 9).
1= “T” interface. It can be connected to “NT” interface of ISDN line.
Cd= 02 is for test purposes only.
0= Loopback disabled
1= Loopback enabled
Cd= 03 is for connection method.
0= Point to Point (recommend ‘0’ for internal ISDN S interface use if only one ISDN device
connected) Default setting
1= Point to Multi-point 2= Point to Multi-point and ignore the unknown MSN or DDI number (not
assigned in mode 72)
This application is normally for other ISDN device (e.g. ISDN TA, ISDN video conference, ISDN
card, …) that are hooked to the NT1 with the GDS-600.
For Australian networks the usual connection is Point To Point. Network features such as Diversion will
only work on Point to Point on the Telstra network
Cd= 04 is for the ISDN PLL (Phase Loop Lock)
0= Auto detect
1= Lock this ISDN line for PLL. Signal.
Note:
The following table is the Cross Reference Table for physical position of ISDN interface and
programming position.
Cd
Cd=01
st
IP
nd
rd
Cd=02
st
nd
rd
Cd=03
st
nd
rd
Cd=04
st
IP=01/02/03 1 /2 /3 port
st
of 1 SIU
1 /2 /3 port
st
of 1 SIU
1 /2 /3 port
st
of 1 SIU
1 /2nd/3rd port
st
of 1 SIU
IP=04/05/06 1st /2nd/3rd port
of 2nd SIU
1st /2nd/3rd port
of 2nd SIU
1st /2nd/3rd port
of 2nd SIU
1st /2nd/3rd port
of 2nd SIU
Example:
70-01-IP S/T TYP
110111
It sets the 1st,2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th ISDN interface to “T” interface and 3rd interface to “S” interface.
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The user can program the station number in program mode 43, port 61~68.
For ISDN PRI:
Cd= 01 is to assign the “TE” or “NT” point for the G2-PIU card.
000000= “NT” interface. The PRI card can simulate a CO site.
111111= “TE” interface. It can be connected to “NT” interface of ISDN PRI line.
Australian setting is 111111
Cd= 02 is for test purposes.
000000= Loopback disabled – Must be set to this pattern
011000= Loopback enabled - Only for approval or measurement to test Bit Error Rate.
Cd= 03 is for connection method.
000000
Must be set to this pattern
Cd= 04 is for PLL (Phase Loop Lock)
110000
Must be set to this pattern
From E20 software versions it is not necessary to program the PRI card settings except for the number of
channels connected. The system will automatically set the PRI card with this or later software versions.
Program 71-Cd-IP : Calling Line Identification Presentation – E30
71-Cd-IP CLIP Table
dddddddddddd
Cd = 01-(06)08, IP = 01-12
System default
General:
To assign up to 6 (G1) or 8 (G2) specific numbers that an extension can present to the Exchange on an
outgoing call.
Description:
This parameter can substitute CLIP information that will be presented to the Exchange when a Station makes an outgoing
call. Not all exchanges will accept and pass on this information and if A CLIP is entered in mode 71 that is not a valid
number in the assigned range of the customer the exchange will ignore this information also. Mode 71 contains 8 different
tables which once programmed can be allocated to Stations in Mode 78-st-06.
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Program 72-St : ISDN Called Party Extension Number Assignment
72-St ST NUM
dddddddddddd 00
St= Extension Number
System default
General:
To assign an ISDN MSN/DDI number to a station or station hunting group.
Description:
z
z
z
Each incoming ISDN MSN or DDI number can ring a station or a hunting group.
If ISDN MSN or DDI number is assigned for a station in this mode and this station is used to make an
external call, the called party will receive the ISDN CLI number from this station.
A Maximum of 12 digits can be assigned.
Example: A
72-12 ST NUM
29611356dddd 00
If the outside party calls ISDN number
29611356, station 12 will be rung.
72-60 ST NUM
29611356dddd 01
If the outside party calls ISDN number
29611356, station hunting group 01 will be
rung.
Example: B
When assigning a Group to ring for an Indial number, select an unused station number from the ISDN extension
ports of 41-48, 51-58 or 61-68 and then assign the Indial number and the Hunt group number.
Program 73-St : ISDN Extension Sub-Address Assignment
73-St ST Sub Add
dddd
St= Extension Number
System default
General:
To assign the ISDN Sub-Address Numbers to the internal extensions.
Description:
z
z
z
If the ISDN incoming call has the information of the Sub-Address number, system will ring this desired
extension directly.
Each extension can have its own Sub-Address Number.
If there are two extensions that have the same
Sub-Address Number, only the first extension can be rung.
Maximum 4 digits can be assigned.
Example:
73-553 ST Sub Add
1234
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Assign an identifying Sub-Address Number
1234 to extension 553 for the ISDN incoming
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Program 75-Num-IP : LCR - Analysis Table
75-Num-IP Dg Tab Num = 001-500
- - - - - - - - - - 0 0 System Default.
Item
Pointer
---------01-10
11-12
Display
Data
---------0~9, *,
01~20
Programming Data Description
----------------------------------------------------------Under routing digitsRouting Table
Default
----------#, _, d
00
General:
This program assigns the routing table for the specific dialled number.
Description:
500 specific dialled numbers can be assigned.
20 routing tables can be used.
Each specific dialled numbers can be assigned to a routing table.
The dialled digits could be 0~9, *, #. ‘d’ is the wildcards. ‘-‘ means no digit.
When a number is analysed and entered into mode 75 the entry must be complete to the end of the entry. If the
digit 1 is entered for example it must be followed by ddddddddd to the end of the entry.
Related system Programming: 05-13-07. 05-13-08, 75, 76, 77, 78-st-01, 78-st-02
All numbers that need to be dialled have to be analysed in Mode 75 and allocated to a route in Mode 76 to allow
the digits to be dialled correctly. Do not forget to allocate a route to 000 as a priority to make certain that this
route is not blocked.
Even if a number is not to be modified or rerouted in any way it should be allocated in Mode 75 to go to a route
table in Mode 76 which will allow it to select a trunk and dial out using default settings.
Call flow is as follows.
A call is analysed in mode 75 and sent to mode 76.
In mode 76 if the call is to be handled the same 24 hours a day then it should be assigned in part C which has
no start or finish time.
The call is assigned a dial 9 group and then sent to a modify table in mode 77 if required.
If the call is to be assigned to a route that has a limited number of available trunks the call can be programmed
to a second route if all available trunks in the first route are in use. The second (and third and fourth) routes can
assign a trunk group and a modify table each.
If a call is assigned to a Modify table in mode 77 the modify table can if needed remove a specified number of
digits from the leading edge of the number and then insert up to 12 digits in their place or it can leave the
number intact and insert the digits in the leading edge.
When the LCR programming is complete the feature should be enabled station by station in mode 78-st-01/02
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Program 76-Num-Tm : LCR – Routing Table
76-Num-Tm Rou Ta Num = 01~60 Tm = Time Schedule A, B, C
00 00 0 00 0 00 System Default.
Item
Pointer
---------01,02
03,04
05
06,07
08
09,10
11
12,13
14
15,16
Display
Data
---------00~23
00~23
0~8
00~99
0~8
00~99
0~8
00~99
0~8
00~99
Programming Data Description
----------------------------------------------------------Start Hour of this Route Table
End Hour of this Route Table
1st priority trunk group for dialling
Modify table for the 1st priority trunk group
2nd priority trunk group for dialling
Modify table for the 2nd priority trunk group
rd
3 priority trunk group for dialling
Modify table for the 3rd priority trunk group
4th priority trunk group for dialling
th
Modify table for the 4 priority trunk group
Default
----------00
00
0
00
0
00
0
00
0
00
General:
This program assigns different time schedules, the priority to select different trunk groups and the modifying
tables for the routing tables.
Description:
20 routing tables can be used for normal operation plus 20 for the first holiday and another 20 for the second
holiday.
3 time schedules can be assigned for each routing table.
4 priority trunk groups can be assigned for each routing table. (If there is no trunk group assigned here, system
will use Dial 9 trunk group instead.)
4 modifying tables can be assigned for each routing table.
For weekly holiday 1, system will refer to 76-(21~40).
For weekly holiday 2, system will refer to 76-(41~60).
Time Schedule A & B:
__ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __
Starting Hour
Ending Hour
4th priority TK group (1~8)
4th priority modifying table
st
1 priority TK group (1~8)
st
1 priority modifying table (00~99)
nd
2 priority TK group (1~8)
3rd priority modifying table
3rd priority TK group
2nd priority modifying table
Time schedule C does not have the Starting/Ending hour setting. Only priority trunk groups and modifying tables
need to be assigned. . If only 1 Time Zone is to be used then use Time Schedule C which will automatically
cover 24 hours if Schedule A and B are blank.
Related system Programming: 05-13-07. 05-13-08, 36, 41-ST-04, 75, 76, 77, 78-st-01, 78-st-02
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Program 77-Num : LCR – Modifying Table
77-Num-IP Mo Tab Num = 01~99
0 0 d d d d d d d d d d System Default.
Item
Pointer
---------01-02
03-12
Display
Data
Programming Data Description
-------------------------------------------------------------------00~10
Deleted Digit Length
0~9, *,
Added Digits
#, -, d, T, p
Default
----------00
dddddddddd
General:
This program designs the rules for changing the dialled number to the routed number.
Description:
System will delete the first nn digits and then added the assigned digits in the front of the dialled numbers.
The added digits can be 0~9, *, #, p, T.
‘d’ is the wildcard. ‘-‘ means no digit.
_ = Extension Number (for LCR Extension Billing).
‘-‘ is no digit.
‘p’ is the pause character.
‘T = means to chain to next modifying table with current one for long digit strings.
Note: LCR Extension Billing
Versions after G2-X10e have added a way of inserting the Extension Number into the dialled string of digits
inserted by the LCR tables.
For example if the carrier access code is 1346 and system inserts this before numbers dialled to route the calls
to this carrier. Below setting in mode 77 is able to add the extension number into the dialled string of digits
inserted by the LCR tables.
77. = 00 1346_ddddd Where _ = Extension Number
Dialling 907884234033 from extension 201 using the above rule would result in 134620107884234033 being
sent to the Line.
Dialling 907884234033 from extension 223 using the above rule would result in 134622307884234033 being
sent to the Line.
Related system Programming: 05-13-07. 05-13-08, 75, 76, 77, 78-st-01, 78-st-02
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Program 78-st-IP : Station Class of Service – 6
78-st-IP STCOS
00000000
Item
Pointer
---------01
02
03
04
05
06
07
Display
Data
---------0-5
0-1
0-1
0-9
0-9
0-2
0-1
st = Station No. (2-4 digits) IP = 01-08
System Default
Programming Data Description
----------------------------------------------------------LCR - Routing Level
LCR – Direct Access a Trunk
Reserved
Call Forward No Answer Transfer Group
External Notification – Voicemail
Calling Line Identification Presentation
Ring Line Preference
Default
----------0= Disable LCR
0= Not Allowed
0=
0= None
0= No
0= Mode 72
0=Yes
Description:
01. LCR Routing Level
This parameter assigns the LCR routing level for each station.
0 = Disable LCR.
1 = Allow this station to use the 1st priority trunk group only.
2 = Allow this station to use the 1st and the 2nd priority trunk groups only.
3 = Allow this station to use the 1st~3rd priority trunk groups only.
4 = Allow this station to use the 1st~4th priority trunk groups.
5 = Allow this station to use the 1st~4th priority trunk groups. If there are no available trunks in the 1st~4th priority
trunk groups, the system will allow this station to use normal dialling.
Related system Programming: 05-13-07. 05-13-08, 75, 76, 77, 78-st-01, 78-st-02
02. LCR – Direct Access a Trunk
This parameter assigns the right of the station to select a trunk directly when LCR is enabled.
0 = Do not allow to access a trunk direct (need to dial 9 (or 0) first).
1 = Allow this station to access a trunk direct (by pressing line key button). System will assign any preassigned idle trunk for this extension.
2 = Allow this station to access a trunk direct (by pressing line key button). System will assign any
dedicated idle trunk for this extension. Stations which have this facility enabled can only, access trunks,
which are in their own trunk group set in 41-STN-04. LCR Routing will still apply for the calls but if the
LCR route (mode 76) has the trunk group set to 0 which means use station trunk group.
Related system Programming: 05-13-07. 05-13-08, 75, 76, 77, 78-st-01, 78-st-02
03. Reserved:
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04. Call Forward No Answer Transfer Group:
This parameter sets the Permanent Call Forward No Answer destination Hunt Group for the Station. If the
Station user sets a Call Forward manually then it will override this setting but after cancelling the manual Call
forward then this setting will be enabled again.
See also Mode 46-st-07 – Call Forward Busy permanent setting.
0 = Disable
1 = Group 1
2 = Group 2
-
9 = Group 9
05. External Notification – Voicemail:
The system will check stations every 5 seconds looking for new mail messages. If yes, system will select an idle
CO line to dial out xx times according to the setting in mode 78-st-05. After the number is dialled, system will
announce “you have x new message, please enter your password” four times . If the entered password is correct
and all new messages are heard, system will stop dialling. System will only use one CO line to activate the
notification function at a time.
Mode 78-st-05 = 0 Disable the notification.
Mode 78-st-05 = 1 Dial the specified number three times to notify the user.
Mode 78-st-05 = 2 Dial the specified number six times to notify the user.
:
Mode 78-st-05 = 9 Dial the specified number until the user answers and enters the correct password.
How to set the specified number to notify there is a new Voice Mail Message:
Dial 86 to access your mail box.
Dial [4] to enter the notification menu.
Dial [2] to use the phone call notification.
Dial [1] to change the setting.
Dial [1] to change the notification number.
Enter the specified number.
Dial [#] to complete the input.
Dial [#] to confirm the number.
Press [SPK] to quite the setting.
06. Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP):
This parameter selects what CLIP information will be presented to the Exchange when a Station makes an outgoing call.
Not all exchanges will accept and pass on this information and if A CLIP is entered in mode 71 that is not a valid number in
the assigned range of the customer the exchange will ignore this information also. Special CLIP information can be entered
in mode 71 which contains 8 different tables.
MODE-78-ST-06 = 0 caller party number follow MODE-72-st to dial
MODE-78-ST-06 = 7 (G1) , 9 (G2) CLIR
MODE-78-ST-06 = 1-6 for G1 reference Mode 71
MODE-78-ST-06 = 1-8 for G2 refer to MODE-71
07. Ring Line Preference:
This parameter sets whether an extension will answer a trunk ringing at that extension by lifting the handset or
will need to press the DSS key of the ringing trunk.
0 = Auto Answer
1 = Manual Answer
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Program 83-st-IP : Register Memory Block for CLI history buffer
83-st-IP CLI-T
b1 b2
st = Station No. (2-4 digits) IP = 01-02
blocks (2 max.) for a Station
b1/b2: Block 1/2 of CLI buffer for each extension
General:
This program divides sets of CLI history buffer into blocks for use by extensions.
Description:
z
Program 05-13-03, the Individual CLI history buffers are assigned:
05-13-03 Memory Block Size
Max. Memory blocks
0
10 sets/Block
24 Blocks
1
20 sets/Block
12 Blocks
2
30 sets/Block
8 Blocks
3
40 sets/Block
6 Blocks
z
z
Each station can use up to 2 blocks.
The next assigned block must be null or continuous after the first assigned block number for each extension.
That means if the first assigned block number is “n” then the next assigned block must be “0 = null” or “n+1”.
Example:
Mode 05-13-03=0
83-13-IP CLI-T
01 02
Mode 05-13-03=1
83-15-IP CLI-T
04 00
Mode 05-13-03=3
83-18-IP CLI-T
03 00
13: Station No. ( 2-4 digits )
01 02: Station 13 can use block 01 and 02 for CLI history
buffer and it could store 20 sets (=10 + 10).
15: Station No. ( 2-4 digits )
04 00: Station 15 can use block 04 (20 sets) for CLI history
buffer. 00: for no block.
18: Station No. ( 2-4 digits )
03 00: Station 18 can use block 03 for CLI history buffer and it
could store 40 sets, 00: for no block.
Related System Programming Mode: 05-13-03, 83
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Program 84-IP : Home Area Code
84-01-01
NNN
NNN = Assigned home area code (3 digits maximum)
General:
This program assigns the home area code for the CID redial feature.
Description:
z
z
3-digit input maximum for this entry.
The home area code can include the toll access code prefix.
Example:
For example, G1-824 is located in Taipei.
Toll access code in Taiwan is '0'
Taipei area code is '2'
Set mode 84 to '02d'.
¾ When ISDN rings in to G1 system, the received number is 2-80710002. If you have set mode 84 as above,
system will delete '2' and dial 80710002 for smart redial.
¾ When analogue PSTN line rings in to G1 system, the received number is 02-29645752. If you have set
mode 84 as above, system will delete "02" and dial 9645752 for smart redial.
¾ When ISDN rings in to G1 system, the received number is 3-80710001. If you have set mode 84 as above,
system will add "0" and dial 03-80710001 for smart redial.
¾ When analogue PSTN line rings in to G1 system, the received number is 03-22489202. If you have set
mode 84 as above, system will dial 03-22489202 for smart redial.
¾ If you set 'ddd' in mode 84, system will dial back the original received number direct.
Program 85-nn-IP : Overlay Area Code
85-nn-01
NNN
Nn = 01~05
NNN = Assigned overlay area code (3 digits)
General:
Some larger cities in the United States have exhausted an entire area code. Instead of separating portions and
assigning unique area codes to different geographic regions, the Telco has instead introduced an overlay area
code. This program assigns 5 sets of overlay area code for CID redial feature.
Description:
z
z
The overlay area code is 3-digit format.
5 sets of overlay area code can be assigned for the CID redial feature.
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Program 86-nnn-IP : Office Code Redial Pattern
nnn = office code
N = Redial Pattern
86-nnn
N
General:
This program assigns the redial pattern for different office codes.
Description:
0 = Redial pattern is NXX-XXXX (Local call: 7 Digit)
1 = Redial pattern is 1-NXX-XXXX (Local Toll: 1 + 7 Digit)
2 = Redial pattern is 1-NXX-NXX-XXXX (Local Toll: 1 + 10 Digit)
CID Redial Feature for USA Market
Retrieve the
CID number
from the
history
buffer
Area Code =
Overlay Area
Code ?
Area Code =
Home Area
Code ?
No
Yes
Action C /
Dial 1-NXXXXXX
(Case 4)
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Action D /
Dial 1-NXXNXX-XXXX
(Case 6)
Yes
Action B /
Dial NXXNXX-XXXX
(Case 3)
Yes
Office Code's
Pattern = 1 ?
(Local Toll: 1+7
digit)
No
No
Office Code's
Pattern = 2 ?
(Local Toll: 1+
10 digit)
No
Action A /
Dial NXXXXXX
(Case 1,2)
Yes
Action D /
Dial 1-NXXNXX-XXXX
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CID Redial Feature for USA Market
Retrieve the
CID number
from the
history
buffer
Area Code =
Overlay Area
Code ?
Area Code =
Home Area
Code ?
No
Yes
Action C /
Dial 1-NXXXXXX
(Case 4)
Action D /
Dial 1-NXXNXX-XXXX
(Case 6)
Yes
Action B /
Dial NXXNXX-XXXX
(Case 3)
Yes
Office Code's
Pattern = 1 ?
(Local Toll: 1+7
digit)
No
No
Office Code's
Pattern = 2 ?
(Local Toll: 1+
10 digit)
No
Action A /
Dial NXXXXXX
(Case 1,2)
Yes
Action D /
Dial 1-NXXNXX-XXXX
(Case 5)
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Program 87-CN-IP : ASSIGN DOORPHONE FOR KEY CARD
87-nn-01 Card In
000000000000000
nn = card Number
IP = 01-40 = ACP port number
General:
This program assigns which Key cards can be used on which ACP port to unlock a door.
Description:
Before a key card can be used to operate a door relay it must be enabled in this program mode. A key card can
be enabled to unlock more than one door if multiple ACP’s are fitted.
0 = Denied to enter
Slot on G2-MBU
Extension port
ACP port
1 = Allowed to enter
STU 1
STU/SLU 2
11-18
21-28
1-8
9-16
STU/SLU 3
31-38
17-24
STU/SLU 4
41-48
25-32
STU/SLU 5
51-58
33-40
Program 88-DP : REGISTER KEY CARD
Register Card
ST:___
Station number of ACP
General:
This program registers key card for use.
Description:
Before a key card can be used with an ACP it must first be registered to it. Once the key card is registered then it
will be necessary to proceed to mode 87 to allow the key card to open the door relay associated with the ACP.
To register a key card enter the station number of the ACP
Register Card
ST:115
Press SAVE
Wait Registering
Slide please
Place the Key Card over the Speaker position on the ACP and when the ACP beeps remove the Key card and
press SAVE.
Register Store
Card:01
Press SAVE
Registration ok!
Card:01
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Program 89-CN-IP : DELETE KEY CARD
89-nn-01 Serial
FFFFFFFF
nn = card number
General:
This program assigns allows the De-registration of the key cards from a system.
Description:
Enter the number (01-99) of the key card to de-register
De-Register Card
Card:01
Press SAVE
89-01-01 Serial
FFFFFFFF
Press REDIAL to clear the digits
89-01-01 Serial
00000000
Press SAVE and the LCD display will move on to the next Key card number.
89-02-01 Serial
00000000
FFFFFFFF: Means Card was registered.
00000000: Means Card was deregistered.
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Program 91-TM : ACP TIME LOCK – Assign Time
91-TM Table
00 00 00 00
TM = Time Schedule (00~15)
General:
This program assigns different time schedules for the ACP time lock. Cards assigned in such programmed
period can be used to open the ACP door.
Description:
The first 4 digits are starting time and the last 4 digits are stopping time. There are a total of 16 schedules which
can be assigned.
91-00 Table
08 30 17 30
Press SAVE, means time schedule 00 is from 08:30 to 17:30.
91-01 Table
21 00 22 00
Press SAVE, means time schedule 01 is from 21:00 to 22:00.
Program 92-CN : ACP TIME LOCK – Assign Card
92-CN-01 Card In
TM
CN = Card Number (01~99)
General:
This program assigns different ACP time lock schedule for ACP. Cards assigned in such programmed period
can be used to open the ACP door.
TM= 00~15 (Mode 91)
Description:
92-06-01 Card In
02
Press SAVE, means card 06 use ACP time lock schedule 02 (mode 91-02).
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Program 93 : MINI CALL ACCOUNTING AOC ADDITIONAL NUMBER CHARGING
93-01 Table 01
------ 00 00
01 = Table (01~20)
General:
This program assigns additional charging for numbers dialled under Mini Call Accounting that is not provided
By the Central Office and can override and replace incorrect charges from the CO.
Description:
Telstra’s ISDN service has a feature known as Advice Of Charge which provides charging information to ISDN
lines as data which can be displayed and used by the Telephone system for Mini Call Accounting or SMDR
Output. Not all calls are provided with charging information, in particular mobiles and this mode allows an
estimated mobile charge to be added to the Mini Call Accounting charging for numbers that are specified here.
Up to 20 numbers of 6 digits each can be programmed. If the whole 6 digits are not specified the Don’t Care
symbol must be entered to the end of the line as usual. When Advice of charge is used any number that is
specified in Mode 93 will be charged ONLY from Mode 93. Any charging information from AOC will be ignored
for charging purposes.
Charging for Local calls is also not correct t from Telstra and should be corrected here.
The following examples are correct for software from G2-E31q only. Earlier versions should be
upgraded to assist with easier and more accurate charging setup.
Mode 93 = 123456 AA BB
Hotel+4 = CC DD
The formula of Call Charge is:
If BB is not set to 0
Call Charge = Round(TT/BB) x AA x CC x DD
AA= Cost per Unit
BB= Seconds per Unit
CC= Multiplier Rate
DD= Decimal point is 2 digits (0=0.01) or 5 digits (5=0.00001
TT = Talk Time (by second)
If BB is set to 0
Call Charge = AA x CC x DD
Example C: (Australia local Call with fix charge rate)
- The setting for Hotel 4 and Mode 93 are as follows:
—
Mode 93 = 8ddddd 22 00 (AA = 22, BB = 00)
—
[HOTEL][4] = 04 00 (CC = 04, DD = 00)
- One call is 1’18”
The Call Charge will be:
Call Charge = AA x CC x DD = 22 x 04 x 0.01 = 0.88
Example C: (Australia Internet Call)
- The setting for Hotel 4 and Mode 93 are as follows:
—
Mode 93 = 0918dd 25 60 (AA = 25, BB = 60)
—
[HOTEL][4] = 04 00 (CC = 04, DD = 00)
- One call is 3’50” (TT= 230 seconds)
The Call Charge will be:
Call Charge = Round(TT/BB) x AA x CC x DD = Round(230/60) x 25 x 4 x 0.01 = 4.00
Example E: (Australia Mobile Call)
- The setting for Hotel 4 and Mode 93 are as follows:
—
Mode 93 = 412ddd 01 06 (AA = 01, BB = 06)
—
[HOTEL][4] = 04 00 (CC = 04, DD = 00)
- One call is 3’50” (TT= 230 seconds)
The Call Charge will be:
Call Charge = Round(TT/BB) x AA x CC x DD = Round(230/06) x 01 x 4 x 0.01 = 1.56
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Programming Cross Reference
Incoming Calls
RINGING ASSIGNMENT
01-tk-stn
02-tk-stn
05-01-05
05-02-07
05-02-08
05-08-01
20-nn
29-tk-07
29-tk-08
35-tk-07
35-tk-08
Day Ringing And Ringing Line Preference Assignment
Night Ringing And Ringing Line Preference Assignment
Busy Reminder Tone Interval (Off-Hook Ringing / Busy - Camp-On)
Ring On Timer (Minimum ring to be detected)
Ring Off Timer (Time to hold signal during silent period)
CO Hunt Interval
Day/Night Service Schedule
CO Delayed Ring Timer to Hunting Group
CO Delayed Ring Overflow Hunting Group
Day Ring Type
Night Ring Type
Outgoing Calls
DIAL ‘9'
05-04-02
36-grp-tk
41-stn-04
Dial ‘9' Enable/Disable
Dial ‘9' Group Assignment
Stations Dial ‘9' Group Assignment
PABX OUTGOING CODE
05-03-04 Code for outside line in PABX (If trunk/trunks are served by PABX)
TRUNK SPECIFICATIONS
05-01-06 Pause Time Duration (For Speed Dial Pauses)
05-01-07 DTMF Generation Time
05-02-05 Flash Time to CO (For Special CO Features or Centrex)
05-02-07 Ring On Time (Minimum ring signal detected)
05-02-08 Ring Off Time (Time to hold signal during silent period)
05-03-01 Make/Break Ratio
35-trk-01 Trunk Type (PABX/CO)
35-trk-02 Trunk Signalling Type (dial pulse/DTMF)
SPEED DIAL
05-01-06
05-03-02
05-04-06
05-05-03/04
09-spd-xx
42-stn-01/02
AUTO-REDIAL
05-02-03
05-03-02
05-05-07
05-05-08
Pause Duration for Speed Dial pauses
Automatic Trunk Search During Speed Dial, Auto Redial, Saved
Redial, etc.
Speed Dial Distribution
Speed Dial Unrestricted
System Speed Dial Locations
Register Memory Block for Personal Speed Dial
Auto-Redial Off Hook (wait for answer) Timer
Automatic Trunk Search
Auto-Redial Attempts (Quantity)
Auto-Redial Time (Inter-Call) between attempts
165
Intercom Calls
INTERCOM CALL SIGNALLING
05-03-03 Intercom call signalling to electronic telephone sets
STEP CALL
05-07-01
41-stn-01
Intercom Step Call Type
Station Group Assignment
DIAL TONE PATTERN
05-03-07
05-04-07
10-grp-xx
41-stn-01
SLT Dial Tone Pattern Options
Intercom Single Digit Dialling
Single Digit Dialling Assignment
Station Group Assignment
DIRECT STATION SELECT
07-grp-key Flexible Key Group Assignment
41-stn-02 Keyphone Flexible Key Group Assignment
DIAL 0 (CALL OPERATOR)
05-06-05 Operator/CO access codes
44-stn-04 Manual Line
INTERCOM DIALLING RESTRICTION
45-stn-01 Intercom Dialling Restriction
Busy/During Conversation
HOLD AND HOLD RECALL
05-01-01 Hold Recall Timer (Time until station is warned of hold call)
05-01-02 Exclusive Hold Recall Timer (Same operation as hold recall)
05-01-03 Hold Recall Time out (Time before call is rerouted to Operator - After Hold
Recall Timer has expired.)
05-07-04 DISA Recall Capability
05-12-03 Station ability to place call on Exclusive Hold
44-stn-02 Station ability to hold a call
BUSY REMIND / CAMP-ON
05-01-05 Busy Reminder Interval (Time between notifications)
CALL SPLIT
44-stn-03
Call Split
TRANSFER
05-06-01
05-06-02
05-08-06
05-08-07
Transfer Recall Timer Blind transfer (Camp-On / Busy)
Transfer Recall Timer blind transfer (No Answer)
DISA No Answer Recall (To Message) Timer
DISA Transfer Time (No Digits Dialled)
MESSAGE WAITING LEVEL
46-stn-02 Message Waiting Level
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OVERRIDE
40-stn-01
Override Level
DISA
05-01-04
05-07-04
05-08-04
05-08-06
05-08-07
05-11-06
05-11-02
05-11-05
35-tk-04
Delayed DISA Access Time
DISA Recall Capability
DISA Operator Recall Location ( No Answer)
DISA No Answer Recall Timer
DISA Transfer Timer - No digits dialled
DISA Transfer Count - Console busy
DISA Password - Optional extra passwords
DISA Special Digit Acceptance
DISA / External Call Forward Status
DISA SINGLE DIGIT DIALLING
05-04-07 Intercom Single Digit Dialling Enable
05-11-08 DISA Single Digit Dialling
10-grp-stn Single Digit Dialling Assignment
20-nn
Day/Night Service Schedule
AUTOMATED ATTENDANT - VOICE SERVICE UNIT
19-ch-fn
Voice Service Unit Channel Assignments
46-stn-04 DISA Recall Capability (No Answer/Busy)
Night Service
02
09-spd-nn
20-nn
35-tk-03
35-tk-04
Night Ringing And Ringing Line Preference Assignment
System Speed Dial 101~109 for ECF
Day/Night Service Schedule
External Call Forward Location (Speed Dial Assignment)
DISA/ECF, Day/Night Status
Group Assignments
CONSOLE ASSIGNMENT
04-grp-stn Assign Stations to be consoles by group
FLEXIBLE KEY GROUP ASSIGNMENTS
07-grp-key Key Group Layout Assignment
41-stn-02 Assign stations to Key Groups
DIAL ‘9' TRUNK GROUPS
36-grp-trk Assign trunks to groups for Dial ‘9'
41-stn-04 Assign stations a Dial ‘9' group
DIAL ‘87' TRUNK GROUPS
38-grp-trk Assign trunks to groups for Dial ‘87'
46-stn-01 Assign stations a Dial ‘87' group
GROUP ASSIGNMENT FOR STATIONS (PAGE ZONE, PICK UP, SINGLE DIGIT)
41-stn-01 Assign stations to station groups
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Call Control
TOLL RESTRICTION
05-05-03
05-05-04
05-03-05
18-pln-trk
41-stn-05
41-stn-06
51~59
61~66
Set a portion of system speed dial for no restriction (Hundreds)
Set a portion of system speed dial for no restriction (Tens)
Toll Access Code (Usually a ‘1') for SMDR only
Assigning Toll Class by Toll Plan/Trunk used
Station Day Toll Plan Assignment
Station Night Toll Plan Assignment
Allowed (Exception) Tables for Toll classes 1~9
Restrict (Deny) Tables for Toll classes 1~6
FORCED ACCOUNT CODES
17-nn
Creating Account Codes
40-stn-08 Assigning Account Codes to Stations
CALL LIMIT
05-04-03
40-stn-03
Call Limit Type
Call Limit Duration (Class of Service - per station)
PASSWORDS
13-01
13-02
13-03
13-04
System Programming Password (default=none)
DISA Password (for using a trunk on DISA call)
Toll Override Password
Password for Monitoring over DISA (default=none)
STATION LOCK/UNLOCK
40-stn-07 Station Lock/Unlock Status
BUSY OUT A TRUNK
37-tk-x
Taking a trunk out of service
INTERCOM DIALLING RESTRICTIONS
45-stn-01 Restrict station to station intercom dialling
System Clock
DATE AND TIME SETUP
05-04-04 12/24 hour time format
11Set the system time
20-nn
Day/Night schedule Definition
SYSTEM ALARM
12-nn
44-stn-01
System Alarm Clock
Stations to include (notify) in system alarms
WAKE UP CALLS
05-05-01
19-ch-fn
Wake up signalling type
VSC channel Assignment
Station Numbering
05-03-06 Digit length selection (2, 3, or 4 digits)
43-port-01 Station number (extension) Assignment
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Single Line Telephone
05-02-01
05-02-02
05-02-04
05-02-06
05-04-08
05-06-07
05-07-02
05-08-03
05-08-05
45-stn-02
Dial Tone Timeout
Interdigit Timeout
Hookswitch Disconnect Timer
Minimum Flash Timer (used to recognize a hook switch flash for hold)
Message Waiting Status Setup
Single Line Telephone Hold Procedure
Toll fraud Protection (Calling Proof)
SLT Busy Remind Tone Timer
SLT Feature Programming Access Code
Setting Single line type (VM port, Dual Port)
Miscellaneous
MONITOR
40-stn-02
Station Monitor Level
40-stn-05
40-stn-06
41-stn-01
Station Paging Access
Receive Page Over Speaker
Station Page Group
PAGING
CALL FORWARD NO ANSWER TRANSFER TIME
05-01-08 Call Forward-No Answer Timer
HOT LINE
09-spd-nn System Speed dial number for Hot Line use
47-stn-xx Hot Line destination for a station
Optional Services
DOOR PHONE & DOOR SWITCH
03-01-ext Stations to ring upon Door Phone Activation
05-12-04 Door Relay Activation Timer
06-01-fn
Relay Assignment (for DoorPhone latch release)
Voice Mail Integration
01
02
05-02-04
05-02-06
05-06-07
05-10
05-12-05
Day Ringing Assignment
Night Ringing Assignment
Single Line Telephone Release (Disconnect) Timer
Single Line Telephone Minimum Flash Timer
Single Line Telephone Hold Procedure
Voice Mail Leading Digits
Voice Mail Integration Type
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