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Digital Super Hybrid System
KX-TD816NE
KX-TD1232NE
User Manual Addendum
for KX-TD7590CE
and
KX-TD816NE / KX-TD1232NE
In this manual, the suffix “CE” or “NE” of each model number is omitted.
Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic DECT Portable Station (PS),
KX-TD7590CE.
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Table of Contents
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DECT Portable Station
1.1
Safety Instructions ....................................................................................................................6
1.1.1
1.2
Safety Instructions ...................................................................................................................................6
Before Operating the DECT Portable Station .......................................................................8
1.2.1
1.3
Before Operating the DECT Portable Station .........................................................................................8
Operation .................................................................................................................................15
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.3.4
1.3.5
1.3.6
1.3.7
1.3.8
1.3.9
1.3.10
1.3.11
1.4
Customising Your PS & System ............................................................................................51
1.4.1
1.4.2
1.4.3
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Operation Outline ..................................................................................................................................15
Making Calls .........................................................................................................................................17
Receiving Calls......................................................................................................................................22
Redial.....................................................................................................................................................23
Holding a Call........................................................................................................................................24
Transferring a Call.................................................................................................................................26
Using the Directories.............................................................................................................................27
Using Your PS in Parallel with the Wired Telephone (Super EXtra Device Ports [SXDP]) ................39
Locking the Keypads.............................................................................................................................41
Selecting the Feature Buttons on the Display......................................................................................42
Other Operations..................................................................................................................................44
Programming Information .....................................................................................................................51
Handset (PS) Programming...................................................................................................................52
PBX Programming ................................................................................................................................63
Troubleshooting
2.1 Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................................68
2.1.1
3
Troubleshooting....................................................................................................................................68
User Manual Addendum for KX-TD816NE / KXTD1232NE
3.1
Changed or Added Features ..................................................................................................72
3.1.1
3.1.2
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Changed or Additional Information List ...............................................................................................72
Monitoring the Calls (Call Monitoring in Hunting Group) [KX-T7536, KX-T7235 only]..................73
Index
Index..................................................................................................................................................75
Table of Contents
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Table of Contents
Section 1
DECT Portable Station
This chapter shows you how to operate each DECT Portable
Station feature step by step. Read this chapter to become
familiar with the many useful features of this DECT system.
DECT Portable Station
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1.1
Safety Instructions
1.1
Safety Instructions
1.1.1
Safety Instructions
Take special care to follow the safety suggestions listed below to use the Panasonic DECT Portable Station
(PS).
Safety
1. The AC adapter should be connected to a power supply only of type as marked on the AC adapter.
2. When the PS is not being used, turn the power off. When left unused for a long period of time, the charger
should be unplugged from the household AC outlet.
3. Do not place metal items such as coins or rings on the charger. As they become hot, you might get burned
if you touch them.
Installation
Environment
1. Do not use this PS and the charger near water – for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, sink, etc. Damp
basements should also be avoided.
2. The PS and the charger should be kept away from heat sources such as radiators, kitchen ranges, etc. They
also should not be placed in rooms where the temperature is less than 5°C or greater than 40°C.
Placement
1. Do not place heavy objects above the PS and charger.
2. Care should be taken so that objects do not fall onto and liquids are not spilled into the PS and charger. Do
not subject the PS and charger to excessive smoke, dust, mechanical vibration, or shock.
3. Place the charger on a flat surface. If the charger is mounted on the wall, install it straight.
Battery
To reduce the risk of fire or injury to persons, read and follow these instructions.
1. Use only the battery specified, otherwise the battery may leak corrosive electrolyte or explode.
2. Do not dispose of the battery in a fire. It may explode. Check with local waste management codes for special
disposal instructions.
3. Do not open or mutilate the battery. Released electrolyte is corrosive and may cause burns or injury to the
eyes or skin. The electrolyte may be toxic if swallowed.
4. Do not let the battery's electrodes touch metallic objects such as rings, bracelets, and keys. The terminal may
short and overheat, causing burns.
5. Do not attempt to rejuvenate the battery provided with or identified for use with this product by heating.
Sudden release of battery electrolyte may occur causing burns or irritation to eyes or skin.
6. Discard the "dead" battery as soon as possible. The "dead" battery may leak in the product.
7. Do not store this product, or the battery provided with or identified for use with this product, in high
temperature areas.
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DECT Portable Station
1.1
Safety Instructions
For Best Performance
Operating Range
1. The range of operation depends on the topography of your office, weather or usage conditions, because
signals are transmitted between the Cell Station (CS) and the PS by radio waves.
2. Normally, you will get greater range outdoors than indoors. If there are obstacles such as walls, noise may
interfere with your telephone calls. In particular, high metal shelves or reinforced concrete walls will shorten
your operating range.
3. A PS may not work if used in places that are too far from the CS depending on the structure of the building.
Noise
Occasional noise or interference may occur due to other sources of electromagnetic radiation, such as
refrigerators, microwave ovens, faxes, TVs, radios, or personal computers.
If noise disturbs your telephone calls, keep the PS away from other electrical appliances.
WARNING
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR ANY
TYPE OF MOISTURE.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT DISASSEMBLE THIS UNIT. TAKE THE UNIT
TO AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER WHEN SERVICE IS REQUIRED.
DECT Portable Station
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1.2
Before Operating the DECT Portable Station
1.2
Before Operating the DECT Portable Station
1.2.1
Before Operating the DECT Portable Station
What is the DECT Portable Station?
You can use a Panasonic DECT Portable Station (PS), KX-TD7590, by connecting an optional wireless system
to your PBX, KX-TD816 or KX-TD1232. It can be used in the system with other telephones.
Capacity
You can use the following number of PS in each system.
KX-TD816 16
KX-TD1232 64
Up to four calls can be made at the same time in the range.
Registration
You must register your PS in the system and determine its extension number before initial use.
For PS registration, consult your dealer.
Display
The display has four lines with 16 characters per line, and related symbols to show information for your phone
activities.
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DECT Portable Station
1.2
Icons
Before Operating the DECT Portable Station
In the PS Programming mode:
Ringer OFF mode
Vibration mode
Meeting mode*
The PS Programming menu number
In
the
PS
Programming mode
(e.g.,)
In the Modify Book /
Edit Flexible CO buttons /
Enter Password mode:
Key Lock ON
mode
Ringer ON
mode
FWD
DND
OK (OK).
Press
Change the Display by pressing or ,
if there are other items out of the display.
In the Modify Book / Select Directory mode
In off-hook status
In off-hook status for intercom
In function mode (- to use combination buttons)
A message
from another
extension has
been received
The strength of radio signals
from the Cell Station:
Better
Good
May catch noise.
Catches noise easily
or disconnects.
Out of range
(flashing)
* • Vibration only
• Key tone off
• Microphone volume high
The selected
function for F2
The selected
function for F1
The battery strength:
fully charged
medium
low
needs to be
charged
The selected
function for F3
(flashing)
Battery Charge
Duration time
Under ideal conditions, the fully charged battery should last about 11 hours to talk or 120 hours to standby.
However, duration time varies depending on usage conditions and ambient temperature.
Low battery warning
When the battery needs to be charged, "
" flashes or beep tones sound every five seconds. During a
conversation, the call will hang up automatically within one minute. If idle or in a programming status,
"CHARGE BATTERY" is displayed and no key is operated, but "
the battery.
DECT Portable Station
" key is available. In these cases, recharge
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1.2
Before Operating the DECT Portable Station
To setup
Open the handset cover. Connect the battery cord and install the battery. Then close the handset cover.
Cord
(Red)
Cord
(Black)
To charge the battery
1. Connect the charger to a power outlet using the AC adaptor.
2. Slide the battery-attached portable station or the battery in the charger.
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•
Charge the battery for about 6 hours.
When charging is completed, the charge indicator will change from red to green.
Charge Indicator
Charger
KX-A278
AC Adaptor
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To power
outlet
Cord Holder
To Power Outlet
Charger
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Battery will drain even while the unit is "OFF".
Battery life may vary depending on usage conditions and ambient temperature.
The PS can receive calls even while charging.
You need not worry about overcharging.
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The PS and charger get warm during charging. This is normal and not dangerous.
Be sure to complete charging before initial use.
Keep magnetically sensitive things away from the charger.
It takes longer hours to charge if you put the PS backside forward in the charger.
•
If "
" flashes, power off the handset, otherwise the battery life will be shortened greatly.
DECT Portable Station
1.2
Before Operating the DECT Portable Station
Feature Numbers
To operate certain features, you need to enter specified feature numbers (and an additional parameter, if
required).
There are two types of feature numbers as follows:
• Flexible feature number
• Fixed feature number
Fixed feature numbers cannot be changed. However, you can change the flexible numbers to other numbers for
easier use. If you want to change the numbers, consult your dealer. In this manual, the default numbers (factory
installed) are used for operations.
A flexible number is shown as
the feature number.
0
(half-shaded key). Use the new programmed number if you have changed
Your Extension Number / DECT System Number
You can check your own extension number and the connected DECT System number on the display if set to be
shown by PS Programming. Refer to "1.4.2 Handset (PS) Programming – Standby Display Selection" on
page 55.
Tones
You will hear various tones, during or after an operation, for confirmation.
Examples
The displays and the illustrations shown as examples are from a PS connected to the KX-TD1232.
Restrictions
Some features may be restricted at your PS under system programming. Consult your manager or dealer.
Icon Descriptions
There are some icons which show you the feature availability, notes and action to operate the features.
DECT Portable Station
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1.2
Before Operating the DECT Portable Station
Button Descriptions
UP / DOWN Button
SELECT
SELECT Button
KX-TD7590
CANCEL / POWER Button
TALK Button
Flexible CO Buttons
GH I
Dial Buttons
F3
F2
3
1
AB C
2
DEF
4
JK L
5
MNO
6
7
TU V
8
WXY Z
9
PQR S
INTERCOM Button
INT'
F1
0
FUNCTION /
KEY-LOCK Button
OK
CLEAR / TRANSFER Button
CLR
AUTO / OK Button
Your PS has the useful function buttons listed below. These buttons make operations simple.
INT'
INTERCOM Button:
Used to make or receive intercom calls.
TALK Button:
Used to make or receive calls.
CANCEL / POWER Button:
Used to end calls, or exit the Directory or
Function mode.
And also used to switch the power (ON/
OFF) by pressing for a while. (about 5 sec)
CLR
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CLEAR / TRANSFER Button:
Used to clear incorrect digits while entering
numbers in pre-dialling or transfer a call to
another extension.
And used to return to previous step group
display.
F1
F2
F3
Flexible CO Buttons (F1 to F3):
Used to make or receive an outside call. F1
button is already assigned as a Loop-CO
button (Default: L-CO). Pressing this
button seizes an idle line automatically.
F1 to F3 buttons can be used as the desired
function buttons. (Button assignment is
required.)
If the term is in parentheses like (Save), it
means this button has been made into a
"Save" button.
FUNCTION / KEY-LOCK Button:
Used to enter into the Function mode or
access features by pressing additional keys.
And used to set "KEYPAD LOCK /
UNLOCK" by pressing for about 2
seconds.
DECT Portable Station
1.2
OK
AUTO / OK Button:
Used for System Speed Dialling and storing
program changes.
Before Operating the DECT Portable Station
UP / DOWN Button:
Used to select the ringer volume (seven
levels) during on-hook or ringing status, or
receiver volume (four levels) during a
conversation.
And used to shift the display.
SELECT Button:
Used to select the displayed function. And
used to enter the Directories.
Combination Buttons*
Some special features can be used by combining two buttons.
FKEY LIST Button:
Used to display the selected features of
the Flexible CO Buttons.
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PAUSE Button ( ):
Used to insert a pause between
numbers.
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2
FWD/DND Button (
):
Used to set the Call Forwarding or Do
Not Disturb (DND) features.
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3
MESSAGE Button (
):
Used to leave a notification to the called
party or call back to the message sender.
0
4
CONF (Conference) Button ( ):
Used to establish a three party
conversation.
WAVESEARCH Button:
Used to search the best Cell Station on
idle status. (Wave Search)
TONE Button:
Used to change the dialling mode
temporarily to tone. (Pulse to Tone
Conversion)
EDIT MODE Button:
Used to select a mode to edit on
Directories (except the PBX Extension
Dialling Directory) or in pre-dialling.
FLASH / R Button ( ):
Used to disconnect a current call and
make another call. This is not available
for an ISDN line.
PROGRAM Button:
Used to enter the programming mode.
HOLD Button ( ):
Used to place a call on hold.
F1/F2/F3 EDIT Button :
Used to assign or edit the Flexible CO
buttons.
5
6
7
F1
F2
F3
REDIAL Button ( ):
Used to display the last 5 numbers you
called.
PS-PROGRAM Button( ):
Used to enter the PS-Programming
mode in the programming mode.
* These buttons can also be activated using the display. Refer to "1.3.10
on the Display" on page 42.
DECT Portable Station
Selecting the Feature Buttons
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1.2
Before Operating the DECT Portable Station
How to Follow the Steps
A sample operation is shown below.
Feature title
1.4.3
Receiving Calls
Receiving calls
When you receive a call, the DECT portable station (PS) rings or vibrates, and the outside line
number or extension number of the receiving call will appear on the display.
PS
Sub feature title
Description
● Outside calls
Operation steps
The display examples
may be shown on the
shaded part to help
you operate.
The description of the
icons are explained
in the "Button
Descriptions" on the
previous page.
OR
F1
F2
F3
Press CANCEL.
Talk.
Press TALK or
flashing CO.
● Intercom calls
OR
INT’
Press TALK or INTERCOM.
Talk.
Press CANCEL
Conditions
You can hang up also by placing the PS on the charger.
Hints
VIBRATION ON
To select the vibration mode
Press the Volume Control button unitil " RINGER OFF " is displayed. This button also
changes the ringer volume which is indicated by the number of asterisks on the display.
If the PS is on the charger, just lift the PS up (Quick Answering ).
Customising Your PS
1.5 .2 PS Programming - To change the initial settings
Quick Answering Mode Set
Select to answer calls by just lifting the ringing PS off the charger.
Programming References: The related or required programming is noted.
To programme, see Customising Your PS in this section.
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DECT Portable Station
1.3
1.3
Operation
1.3.1
Operation Outline
How to navigate through the LCD menu using
Operation
keys
Using the FUNCTION button
Operation Outline
INITIAL SETTING
PAUSE (KEY1)
FWD/DND (KEY2)
*1
MESSAGE (KEY3)
*1
CONF (KEY4)
*1
TONE (KEY5)
*3
MODIFY BOOK
PS-DIALING
FLASH/R (KEY6)
HOLD (KEY7)
*1
REGISTRATION
*4
SHORTCUT
6
PBX-STA-DIALING *
ANSWER SETTING
PS-PROGRAM
*1
LANGUAGE
RING PATTERN-INT
RING PATTERN-CO
VIBRATION&RING
FKEY LIST (KEY8)
QUICK ANSWER
REDIAL (KEY9)
AUTO ANSWER
PS-PROGRAM (KEY0)
AUTO ANS DELAY *5
WAVESEARCH (KEY )
EDIT MODE (KEY#)
DISPLAY SETTING
*2
BACKLIGHT
LANGUAGE
PROGRAM (FNCT)
STANDBY DISPLAY
F1 EDIT (F1)
DATE/TIME DISPLY
*6
LCD CONTRAST
F2 EDIT (F2)
F3 EDIT (F3)
*6
PBX-PROGRAM
*6
BEEP SETTING
KEY TONE
RANGE WARNING
*1: Only displayed during a call.
*2: Displayed on Directories
DECT-SYS SETTING
(except the PBX Extension Dialling Directory)
or in pre-dialling.
*3: After registering PS, it is not displayed.
*4: For use by the dealer.
*5: Only displayed when "AUTO ANSWER" is assigned.
*6: Only displayed within cell range.
LANGUAGE DELETE
*7
CANCEL DECT-SYS
DECT-SYS LOCK
8
ACCESS DECT-SYS *
*7: Only displayed when the PS is registered.
*8: Only displayed when handset is assigned to
more than one DECT system.
*4
REGISTRATION
SECURITY SETTING
DIRECTORY LOCK
ALL PS-BOOK DEL
PS PASSWORD
MEMORY CLEAR
DECT Portable Station
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1.3
Operation
Using the SELECT button
(Directories)
PS Dialling Directory
PS-DIALING
Outgoing Log Directory
*6
OUTGOING LOG
Back Menu
*6: It is displayed only when "
16
" is displayed.
PBX Station Speed
Dialling Directory *6
PBX Extension
Dialling Directory *6
PBX-STA-DIALING
PBX-EXT-DIALING
SHORTCUT
*6
PBX-SYS-DIALING
SHORTCUT Directory
for PBX Feature Number
and Setting Display of
PS Programming
PBX System Speed
Dialling Directory
DECT Portable Station
1.3
1.3.2
Operation
Making Calls
— Calling another extension
— Calling an external party
— Making calls using the Directories
Calling another extension
To another extension (Intercom Call)
PT and
PS SLT
extension no.
OR
INT'
Press TALK or
INTERCOM.
Enter extension
number.
Talk.
Press CANCEL.
Talk.
Press CANCEL.
<Example>
When you call Mr. Thomas....
Mr. Thomas's extension number is 223.
PT and
PS SLT
2
Press TALK.
2
Enter 223.
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You can also hang up by placing the PS on the charger.
If you misdial, press the FLASH / RCL (FUNCTION + 6) button, and enter the correct number.
•
If "
•
Do you have an extension directory?
Complete the directory and make a copy for your reference.
Confirming the dialled number before going off-hook
You can go off-hook after confirming the number you dialled. If you misdial, press the CLEAR
button to clear each number from the right or modify on the EDIT MODE.
If you want to select the Edit mode in pre-dialling,
press the EDIT MODE (FUNCTION + #) button.
Handover
Even if you move during a conversation, the linking Cell Station (CS) will automatically switch
without disconnecting the call.
Handover is available only during a conversation (except a conference call). It is not available when
a switched CS is busy or no CS exists in the new range.
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DECT Portable Station
" flashes, move towards the Cell Station until the sign stops flashing and try again.
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1.3
Operation
Customising Your PS
• 1.4.3 PBX Programming– Customising the Buttons
Create or re-arrange the DSS button.
Calling an external party
You have to seize an outside line before dialling an outside phone number because external calls are made via
your system.
Select one of the following methods:
F1
F2
F3
•
Press an idle
button.
•
Dial automatic line access number
An idle line is selected automatically.
•
Dial outside line number
A specific line is selected.
8
1
0
.
to
8
8
.
Using a Flexible CO button
PT and
PS SLT
F1
F2
phone no.
F3
Enter phone number.
Press CO.
Talk.
Press CANCEL.
Using automatic line access number / outside line number
PS
0
OR
8
1
phone no.
to
8
8
Press TALK.
Enter phone number.
Talk.
Press CANCEL.
Enter a line access
number or outside
line number (0 or 81-88).
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You can also hang up by placing the PS on the charger.
If you misdial, press the FLASH / RCL (FUNCTION + 6) button, and enter the correct number.
•
If "
" flashes, move towards the Cell Station until the sign stops flashing and try again.
DECT Portable Station
1.3
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•
Operation
Emergency call
You can dial pre-programmed emergency numbers without any restrictions.
To select the less expensive line automatically, dial "0" or press the Loop-CO button to seize a line
(only when "Automatic Route Selection" is assigned). F1 button has already assigned as the LoopCO button.
Confirming the dialled number before going off-hook
You can go off-hook after confirming the number you dialled. If you misdial, press the CLEAR
button to clear each number from the right or modify on the EDIT MODE.
Call information
The following information can be referred to by repeatedly pressing the CO button in use.
– Phone number (outgoing call) or call duration
– Meter
– Call charge
Customising Your PS
• 1.4.3 PBX Programming– Customising the Buttons
Create or re-arrange the Loop-CO button, Group-CO button and Single-CO button.
DECT Portable Station
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1.3
Operation
Making calls using the Directories
There are displays for directory dialling as shown below.
PS-DIALING
PS Dialling Directory
OUTGOING LOG
PBX-STA-DIALING
PBX-EXT-DIALING
Outgoing Log
Directory
PBX Station Speed
Dialling Directory
PBX Extension
Dialling Directory
Back Menu
SHORTCUT
PBX-SYS-DIALING
SHORTCUT Directory
for PBX Feature Number
and Setting Display of
PS Programming
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•
PBX System Speed
Dialling Directory
"OUTGOING LOG", "PBX-STA-DIALING", "PBX-EXT-DIALING" or "PBX-SYS-DIALING"
does not appear when out of range.
To store items of Outgoing Log Directory or PBX System Speed Dialling Directory into PS Dialling
Directory, press EDIT MODE (FUNCTION + #) button and then F1 (SAVE) button while they are
displayed.
You can transfer a call to a number stored in the directory. In this case, press the TRANSFER
button during a conversation and then dial by selecting the directory item.
PS
<If required> *2
and
a few of the
first letters of
desired name
OR
Previous
OK
OR
Next
<Example>
PS-DIALING
Ann Parker
0111111111
Press SELECT and then Press SELECT.
or until the desired
directory display appears.
Pa
Enter a few of the
first letters of the
desired name.*1
Panasonic
0123456789
Panasonic-NT
1111111111
Press OK.
Press
or
until desired item
appears.
OR
Press SELECT for about 2 seconds.
Or press TALK.
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*1 To enter characters, refer to "Entering characters" on page 37.
*2 This is available for "PS-DIALING", "PBX-EXT-DIALING" or "PBX-SYS-DIALING" only.
The other directories don't have this function.
You can lock the PS Dialling Directory to prevent other people from seeing the directory display.
And it is required to enter the password.
DECT Portable Station
1.3
Operation
Customising Your PS
• 1.4.2 Handset (PS) Programming – To change the initial settings
Directory Lock Control
Lock or unlock the PS Dialling Directory.
DECT Portable Station
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1.3
Operation
1.3.3
Receiving Calls
When you receive a call, the DECT portable station (PS) rings or vibrates, and the outside line number or
extension number of the receiving call will appear on the display.
PS
● Outside calls
OR
F1
F2
F3
Press CANCEL.
Talk.
Press TALK or CO.
● Intercom calls
OR
INT'
Press TALK or INTERCOM.
Talk.
Press CANCEL.
•
You can also hang up by placing the portable station on the charger.
•
To select the vibration mode
•
Press the UP / DOWN button until "RINGER OFF " is displayed.
This button also changes the ringer volume which is indicated by the number of bars on the display.
If the PS is on the charger, just lift the PS up (Quick Answering).
VIBRATION ON
Customising Your PS
• 1.4.2 Handset (PS) Programming – To change the initial settings
Quick Answering Mode Set
Select to answer calls by just lifting the ringing PS off the charger.
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DECT Portable Station
1.3
1.3.4
Operation
Redial
This is convenient when calling the same external party again.
— Redialling one of the last five outside phone numbers you dialled
Redialling one of the last five outside phone numbers you dialled (Outgoing Log
Directory)
Using the FUNCTION button
PS
Previous
9
OR
OR
Next
Press FUNCTION
and then 9.
Press or until the
desired number is appeared.
F1
F2
OR
F3
Press TALK or CO.
Or press SELECT for about 2 seconds.
Using the SELECT button
PS
Previous
Previous
OR
OR
Next
Next
Press SELECT.
OR
F1
F2
Press
or to select
“ OUTGOING LOG” .
Press SELECT.
Press or until the
desired number is appeared.
OR
F3
Press TALK or CO.
Or press SELECT for about 2 seconds.
To clear all numbers in the call log
PS
F3
Press FUNCTION and then
# while the call log is displayed.
DECT Portable Station
Press F3.
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1.3
Operation
1.3.5
Holding a Call
— Holding
— Denying other people the possibility of retrieving your held calls
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If a call is not retrieved within a specified time, you will hear an alarm as a reminder.
If a call is not retrieved within fifteen minutes, it is automatically disconnected.
Holding (regular)
PS
During a conversation
7
7
Press FUNCTION
and then 7.
Press FUNCTION
and then 7.
To retrieve a call
PS
● At the holding extension
F1
F2
F3
OR
INT'
Talk.
Press CO
or INTERCOM
(Intercom calls).
● For an outside call from another extension
F1
F2
F3
OR
3
5
held line no.
Talk.
Press TALK .
Press CO. Or press 53 and held line
number (01-54).
● For an intercom call from another extension
5
1
holding
extension no.
C.Tone
Press TALK .
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Press 51.
Enter holding
extension number.
Talk.
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1.3
•
•
Operation
When an intercom call is held, "INT" on the top line of display flashes slowly.
The bottom line of the display shows the current status of the outside line as follows:
L-CO
flashes slowly : Your held call
S-CO
flashes slowly : Another extension’s held call
•
•
You can hold an intercom call and multiple outside calls.
To hold multiple calls, use the "Call Park" feature.
Denying other people the possibility of retrieving your held calls (Exclusive Call Hold)
Only the held extension can retrieve the call.
PS
During a conversation
7
Press FUNCTION and then 7.
To retrieve a call
PS
F1
F2
F3
OR
INT'
Talk.
Press CO
or INTERCOM
(Intercom calls).
•
•
•
When an intercom call is held, "INT" on the top line of the display flashes rapidly in doublets.
The bottom line of the display shows the current status of the outside line as follows:
L-CO
flashes rapidly in doublets : Your held call
S-CO
is on
: Another extension’s held call
You can hold an intercom call and multiple outside calls.
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1.3
Operation
1.3.6
Transferring a Call
— Transferring to an extension
— Transferring to an external party
Transferring to an extension
PS
During a conversation
extension no.
CLR
C.Tone
Enter extension
number.
Press
TRANSFER.
Announce.
Press CANCEL.
The destination is confirmed before
sending. This can be disregarded.
Transferring to an external party
Some extensions may be restricted from performing this function.
PS
During a conversation
F1
F2
F3
OR
phone no.
line access
no.
Enter phone number.
CLR
C.Tone
Press
TRANSFER.
•
•
26
Announce.
Press CANCEL.
Press CO or enter
line access number.
(0 or 81-88)
To return to the held call before the destination answers, press the TRANSFER button,
corresponding CO or the INTERCOM button.
If you hear an alert tone, the destination extension did not answer the call.
DECT Portable Station
1.3
1.3.7
Operation
Using the Directories
— Storing the names and numbers
— Entering characters
You can store names and phone numbers or phone number only and feature names and numbers in the
directories.
A stored number is dialled out by selecting a name or phone number in a directory.
You can perform the function by selecting a stored feature names and number in a directory.
There are five types of directory features, including two PS directories and three PBX directories.
PS Dialling Directory:
You can store up to 100 private names and phone numbers of outside parties. All directory items are stored in
alphabetical order.
PBX System Speed Dialling Directory:
You can make a call via the system by selecting system assigned names and phone numbers (500 max.).
PBX Extension Dialling Directory:
You can make a call via the system by selecting system assigned extension names (The max. number of
directory depends on the connected system).
PBX Station Speed Dialling Directory:
You can make a call via the system by selecting privately assigned names and phone numbers (10 max.).
SHORTCUT Directory:
You can store feature names and numbers for PBX and also menu numbers for PS programming menu (10
max.).
Storing the names and numbers
You can store, edit or delete the PS Dialling Directory, PBX Station Speed Dialling Directory or SHORTCUT
Directory items on your PS. There are displays for directory store / edit / delete as shown below.
Back Menu
MODIFY BOOK
PS-DIALING
Store / Edit / Delete the
PS Dialling Directory items
•
•
•
SHORTCUT
Store / Edit / Delete the
SHORTCUT Directory items
PBX-STA-DIALING
Store / Edit / Delete the
PBX Station Speed Dialling
Directory items*
It is not possible to edit items in the PBX System Speed Dialling and PBX Extension Dialling
Directories.
* "PBX-STA-DIALING" cannot be displayed when out of range.
To return to the previous step group display, select "Back Menu".
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1.3
Operation
To store a PS Dialling Directory item
PS
If you set your password, you are required to enter it.
name
F1
<Example> * 1
MODIFY BOOK
PS-DIALING
Press SELECT.
Press FUNCTION
twice.
<Example>
Ann Parker
111111111
NEW EDIT DEL
ENTER NAME
[ 3 STORED ]
[ 97 REMAINS ]
Press SELECT.
Press F1.* 1
Enter name
(max. 16 characters).
Previous
phone no.
OK
Panasonicc
OK
OR
Next
Panasonic
ENTER PHONE-NO.
Press OK.
BELL1
BELL2
BELL3
MELODY4
DEFAULT
BELL1
123456789
Press OK.* 3
Enter phone number * 2
(max. 32 digits).
Press or until the
desired selection is
appeared. * 4
OR
OK
STORED
Press SELECT or OK.
Press CANCEL .
<To store a phone number first and then a name>
PS
phone no.
name
F1
<Example>
123456789
123456789
SAVE EDIT
Enter phone number * 2 Press FUNCTION
and then #.
(max. 32 digits).
ENTER NAME
[ 3 STORED ]
[ 97 REMAINS ]
Press F1.
Panasonicc
Enter name
(max. 16 characters).
Previous
OK
OK
OR
OR
Next
123456789
Press OK.
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MELODY4
DEFAULT
BELL1
Press OK.* 3
BELL1
BELL2
BELL3
Press or until the
desired selection is
appeared. * 4
OK
STORED
Press SELECT or OK.
DECT Portable Station
1.3
•
•
•
•
•
•
Operation
To store a phone number only, skip the step for entering name.
To enter characters, refer to "Entering characters" on page 37.
*1 The display and operation are skipped if a PS Dialling Directory item is not stored.
*2 The line access number is not required.
Valid digits are "0" through "9", " ", "#", PAUSE and TONE.
*3 "DEFAULT" is assigned on "RING PATTERN-CO" in the PS programming.
*4 If individualized ringing patterns are needed, the PBX software should be the latest version.
If they are assigned, it is useful to confirm who is calling.
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1.3
Operation
To edit a PS Dialling Directory item
PS
If you set your password, you are required to enter it.
Previous
F2
OR
Next
<Example>
MODIFY BOOK
Ann Parker
1111111
11
NEW EDIT DEL
PS-DIALING
Press FUNCTION
twice .
Press SELECT.
Press SELECT.
Panasonic
123456789
89
NEW EDIT DEL
Panasonic
123456789
BELL1
Press or
until the
desired item is displayed.
Press F2.
<To edit name>
name
Panasonic
OK
Panasonic-NT
Press SELECT.
.
STORED
Edit name
(max. 16 characters).
Panasonic-NT
123456789
BELL1
Press OK.
Previous
OR
<To edit phone number>
phone no.
Panasonic
123456789
BELL1
Press
.
123456789
Press SELECT.
OR
Next
987654321
Edit phone number
(max. 32 digits).
OK
STORED
Select the next item to be edited.
Or press CANCEL to finish.
Panasonic
987654321
BELL1
Press OK.
<To change Ring Pattern>
Previous
OR
OR
Next
Panasonic
123456789
BELL1
Press
•
•
30
twice .
DEFAULT
BELL1
BELL2
Press SELECT.
BELL2
BELL3
BELL4
Press or until the
desired selection is
appeared.
OK
STORED
Panasonic
123456789
BELL3
Press SELECT
or OK.
To enter characters, refer to "Entering characters" on page 37.
To change the number / character, press the F3 button to clear it on the cursor and then enter the
number / character again.
To move the cursor on the number / character, use F1 (to the left) or F2 (to the right) button.
DECT Portable Station
1.3
Operation
To store a PBX Station Speed Dialling Directory item
PS
Previous
F2
OR
Next
<Example>
MODIFY BOOK
Press FUNCTION
twice.
name
PBX-STA-DIALING
Press SELECT
and
unitl the
message above
appears.
OK
Ann Parker
1111111
EDIT DEL
Press SELECT.
phone no.
EDIT DEL
Press
or
until
blank is displayed.
Press F2.
OK
<Example>
Panasonic
Enter name
(max. 10 characters).
•
•
Panasonic
ENTER PHONE-NO.
Press OK.
987654321
Enter phone number*1
(max. 24 digits).
STORED
Press OK.
Press CANCEL.
To enter characters, refer to "Entering characters" on page 37.
*1 The line access number is required.
Valid digits are "0" through "9", " ", "#", PAUSE and TONE.
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1.3
Operation
To edit a PBX Station Speed Dialling Directory item
PS
Previous
F2
OR
Next
<Example>
PBX-STA-DIALING
Ann Parker
1111111
EDIT DEL
Panasonic
123456789
EDIT DEL
Press FUNCTION
twice.
Press SELECT
and
until the
message above
appears.
Press SELECT.
Press
or
until
the desired item
is displayed.
name
Pana-NT
•
•
OK
123456789
Edit name
(max. 10 characters).
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<Example>
MODIFY BOOK
Press OK.
phone no.
987654321
Edit phone number
(max. 24 digits).
Panasonic
Press F2.
OK
STORED
Press OK.
Press CANCEL.
To enter characters, refer to "Entering characters" on page 37.
To change the number / character, press the F3 button to clear it on the cursor and then enter the
number / character again.
To move the cursor on the number / character, use F1 (to the left) or F2 (to the right) button.
DECT Portable Station
1.3
Operation
To delete a PS Dialling / PBX Station Speed Dialling Directory item
PS
<Example>
MODIFY BOOK
PS-DIALING
OR
PBX-STA-DIALING
OR
Ann Parker
123456789
EDIT DEL
Press SELECT .
Press SELECT and then
until the message above appears.
Press FUNCTION
twice .
Ann Parker
123456789
NEW EDIT DEL
Previous
F3
OR
Next
Panasonic
1234567890
NEW EDIT DEL
Press
or
is displayed.
DECT Portable Station
OR
Panasonic
1234567890
EDIT DEL
until the desired item
DELETED
Press F3 .
Press CANCEL.
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1.3
Operation
To store a SHORTCUT item
PS
F1
<Example> * 1
MODIFY BOOK
PS-DIALING
Account
SHORTCUT
49
EDIT DEL
[ 2 STORED ]
[ 8 REMAINS ]
PS PBX
Press SELECT.
Press F1.* 1
NEW
Press FUNCTION
twice .
Press SELECT.
Press
.
To <1> or <2>
<1. for PS>
F1
menu no.
OK
ENTER MENU NO.
11
Press F1.
Enter menu number
.
(2 or 3 digits).* 2
RING PATTERN-INT
11
Press OK.
name
OK
BELL PATTERN-INT
11
Edit name If needed
(max. 16 characters).
STORED
Press OK.
Press CANCEL.
<2. for PBX>
F2
name
Call Waiting
Press F2.
Enter name
(max. 16 characters).
OK
Call Waiting
ENTER NUMBER
Press OK.
number
OK
STORED
Call Waiting
7311
Enter number
(max. 16 digits).* 3
Press OK.
Press CANCEL.
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•
•
•
To enter characters, refer to "Entering characters" on page 37.
*1 The display and operation are skipped if a SHORTCUT item is not stored.
*2 For the "MENU NO.", refer to "To change the initial settings" on page 54.
Valid digits are "1" through "6".
•
*3 Valid digits are "0" through "9", " ", "#", PAUSE, TONE and "X" (INTERCOM).
The "X" can be entered numbers you want when dialling.
DECT Portable Station
1.3
Operation
To edit a SHORTCUT item
PS
Previous
OR
Next
<Example>
MODIFY BOOK
PS-DIALING
Account
SHORTCUT
NEW
Press FUNCTION
twice.
F2
Call Waiting
7311
Press F2 .
Press SELECT.
Press
.
Press SELECT .
name
Next
Call Waiting
7311
Press
to edit
number.
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EDIT DEL
Call Waiting
Press SELECT.
C/W
Edit name.
Call Waiting
NEW
7311
EDIT DEL
Press or
until the
desired item is displayed.
OK
STORED
Press OK.
Press CANCEL.
•
•
To enter characters, refer to "Entering characters" on page 37.
To change the number / character, press the F3 button to clear it on the cursor and then enter the
number / character again.
To move the cursor on the number / character, use F1 (to the left) or F2 (to the right) button.
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1.3
Operation
To delete a SHORTCUT item
PS
Previous
OR
Next
<Example>
MODIFY BOOK
PS-DIALING
Account
SHORTCUT
NEW
Press FUNCTION
twice.
Press SELECT.
Press
.
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EDIT DEL
Press SELECT .
Call Waiting
7311
NEW EDIT DEL
Press or until the
desired item is displayed.
F3
DELETED
Press F3.
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Press CANCEL.
DECT Portable Station
1.3
Operation
Entering characters
When storing a name or message, enter the characters as follows.
The table below shows you the characters available for each Button.
You can enter characters by pressing Dial Buttons and Flexible CO buttons on
your telephone.
Example: Button 2 can enter A, B, C, a, b, c or 2.
A, a
B, b
C, c
ABC
Table 1
Buttons
Display sequence by pressing the button
1
2
Ä
A
Ü
B
ä
C
ö ü 1
a b c 2
3
D
E
F
d e
f
3
4
G
H
I
g h
i
4
5
J
K
L
j
l
5
6
M
N
O m n o 6
7
P
Q
R S p q
8
T
U
V
t
9
W
X
Y
0
(space) .
Z w x y z 9
: / _ ( ) 0
* + (01-16)
k
r s 7
u v 8
F1
Characters of Table 2 can be selected.*1
Moves the cursor to the left
F2
F3
Moves the cursor to the right
Deletes the character on the cursor
<Example> To enter "Ann",
A
ABC
DECT Portable Station
n
MNO
n
MNO
MNO
MNO
MNO
F2
MNO
MNO
MNO
MNO
MNO
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1.3
Operation
•
•
•
To erase a character on the cursor, press F3 button.
To shift the cursor, press the F1 (to the left) or F2 (to the right) button.
*1 Table 2
For example, to store "Å Â Ç"
Å: press *, 0, 8 and then F3 button.
Â: press 0, 2 and then F2 (to the right) button and then F3 (to enter) button.
Ç: press F2 (to the right) button and then F3 (to enter) button.
NOTE:
• To erase a character, press * and then F3 (to delete) button.
• To shift tables, press *.
• In PBX Speed Dialling Directory, only some of 01 characters
are available.
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DECT Portable Station
1.3
1.3.8
Operation
Using Your PS in Parallel with the Wired Telephone (Super
EXtra Device Ports [SXDP])
Your PS can be used in parallel with a proprietary wired (PT) or single line telephone (SLT).
When in the SXDP mode, incoming calls to a wired telephone also reach the paired PS, while incoming calls
to a PS only reach the PS. If one telephone is busy, you cannot make a call from the other telephone.
The "Call Forwarding – All Calls" feature for the wired telephone can also be set from the paired PS so that all
incoming calls to the wired telephone will be forwarded to the desired destination.
To set
PS
8
4
SXDP
extension
phone no.
no.
1
On
C.Tone
Press TALK.
Press 481.
Press CANCEL.
Enterextension number
of the paired telephone.
To cancel
PS
4
8
0
SXDP
Off
C.Tone
Press TALK.
Press CANCEL.
Press 480.
To confirm the extension number of the paired telephone
PS
<Example>
4
8
SXDP:231
5
C.Tone
Press TALK.
DECT Portable Station
Press 485.
Press CANCEL.
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1.3
Operation
To set the "Call Forwarding – All Calls" for the paired telephone
PS
8
4
destination
extension no.
2
4
FWD(All) EXT201
C.Tone
Press TALK.
Press 4842.
Press CANCEL.
Enter destination
extension number.
To cancel the "Call Forwarding – All Calls" for the paired telephone
PS
4
8
4
0
FWD/DND Cancel
C.Tone
Press TALK.
•
•
40
Press 4840.
Press CANCEL.
The Outgoing Call Log memory can be used by both the PS and paired telephone.
Some wired telephones are restricted to perform this feature.
DECT Portable Station
1.3
1.3.9
Operation
Locking the Keypads
Incoming calls can be answered, but outgoing calls cannot be dialled.
To lock
PS
<Example>
20 JAN 10:01
[1-201]
S-CO L-CO S-CO
KEYPAD LOCK
PRESS F FOR 2SEC
20 JAN 10:01
[1-201]
S-CO L-CO S-CO
(The key appears.)
Press FUNCTION
for 2 seconds.
To unlock
PS
<Example>
20 JAN 10:01
[1-201]
S-CO L-CO S-CO
Press FUNCTION
for 2 seconds.
DECT Portable Station
KEYPAD UNLOCK
PRESS F FOR 2SEC
20 JAN 10:01
[1-201]
S-CO L-CO S-CO
(The key disappears.)
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1.3
Operation
1.3.10
Selecting the Feature Buttons on the Display
The following buttons can be activated using display operations when they are available.
PAUSE (KEY1) Button
FWD/DND (KEY2) Button
MESSAGE (KEY3) Button
CONF (Conference) (KEY4) Button
TONE (KEY5) Button
FLASH / R (KEY6) Button
HOLD (KEY7) Button
FKEY LIST (KEY8) Button
REDIAL (KEY9) Button
PS-PROGRAM (KEY0) Button
WAVESEARCH (KEY*) Button
EDIT MODE (KEY#) Button
PROGRAM (FNCT) Button
F1 EDIT (F1) Button
F2 EDIT (F2)Button
F3 EDIT (F3) Button
PAUSE
(KEY1)
FWD/DND
(KEY2)
MESSAGE
(KEY3)
CONF
(KEY4)
PAUSE Button
FWD/DND Button
MESSAGE Button
CONF Button
F3 EDIT
HOLD
FLASH/R
TONE
(F3)
(KEY7)
(KEY6)
(KEY5)
TONE Button
F3 EDIT Button
HOLD Button
F2 EDIT
FKEY LIST (KEY8)
REDIAL
F2 EDIT Button
FKEY LIST Button
REDIAL Button
PS-PROGRAM
Button
F1 EDIT
PROGRAM
EDIT MODE (KEY#)
WAVESEARCH(KEY )
EDIT Button
WAVESEARCH
Button
(F2)
(F1)
F1 EDIT Button
(FNCT)
PROGRAM Button
FLASH/R Button
(KEY9)
PS-PROGRAM(KEY0)
<Example>
To cancel the Do Not Disturb feature
PS
0
Press TALK.
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Press
FUNCTION.
Press
until
“ FWD/DND” is
displayed.
Press SELECT.
Press 0.
Press CANCEL.
DECT Portable Station
1.3
•
Operation
These buttons can also be activated using a combination of buttons. For descriptions and button
combinations, refer to "1.2.1 Before Operating the DECT Portable Station – Button Descriptions"
on page 12.
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1.3
Operation
1.3.11
Other Operations
Most of the wired telephone features are also supported by a system with a DECT portable station (PS).
Operation
Desired Function
Making Calls
Basic Calling
To an operator
(Operator Call)
Easy Dialling
With one touch button
(One-Touch Dialling)
Using numbers stored at your
extension
(Station Speed Dialling)
Idle operator
9
6
1
Operator 1
6
2
Operator 2
F1
F2
F3
(One-Touch
Dailling)
To store a phone number
station speed
dial no.
0
6
phone no.
To dial
station speed
dial no.
6
Using numbers stored in the
system
(System Speed Dialling)
To a pre-set party by going offhook
(Pickup Dialling)
system speed
dial no.
OK
To store a phone number
7
4
7
4
2
phone no.
To set / cancel
1
set
0
cancel
To dial
Using a single digit number
(Quick Dialling)
Redial
Saving the number and redialling
(Saved Number Redial)
quick dial no.
To store
During a conversation or while hearing a busy tone
OK
F1
F2
F3
(Save)
To dial
F1
F2
F3
(Save)
When the Dialled Line is Busy or
There is No Answer
Reserving a busy line
(Automatic Callback Busy)
To set
While hearing a busy tone
phone no.
6
To cancel
To answer a call-back ringing and call (intercom call)
4
44
To answer a call-back ringing and call (outside call)
6
DECT Portable Station
1.3
Operation
Operation
Desired Function
Making Calls
When the Dialled Line is Busy or
There is No Answer
Completing a call to a busy party
on an ISDN line
(Completion of Calls to Busy
Subscriber [CCBS])
To set
While hearing an indication tone
To answer a call-back ringing and call
6
To cancel
7
3
1
Sending a call waiting tone
(Busy Station Signalling [BSS])
While hearing a busy tone
Leaving a message waiting
indication
(Message Waiting)
To leave a message waiting indication when the called extension is busy
or does not answer
2
4
ODER
OR
3
To leave / cancel a message waiting indication
7
0
1
Leave
0
Cancel
extension no.
To call back
2
0
7
ODER
OR
3
To clear all message waiting indications
7
Joining an existing intercom call
(Executive Busy Override )
0
0
your
extension no.
While hearing a busy tone
3
Calling without Restrictions
Using an account code
(Account Code Entry)
4
9
account code
F1
F2
F3
phone no.
(CO )
OR
line access no.
To an extension refusing the call
(DND Override)
Alternating the Calling Method
(Alternate Calling – Ring / Voice)
While hearing the DND tone
2
Voice to ring calling or ring to voice calling
Receiving Calls
Answering a Call Ringing at
Another Telephone
(Call Pickup)
Answering a call via an External
Speaker
(Trunk Answer From Any Station
[TAFAS])
DECT Portable Station
Outside call
4
Directed
1
4
Group
0
4
4
4
extension no.
speaker no.
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1.3
Operation
Operation
Desired Function
During a Conversation
Holding a Call
Holding in a system parking zone
(Call Park)
To set
5
CLR
parking zone no.
2
To retrieving
5
Talking to Two Parties Alternately
(Call Splitting)
stored parking
zone no.
2
When talking to one party while the other party is on hold
When either party is an outside party
When both parties are an extension party
F1
F2
F3
7
(CO)
OR
'
INT'
Transferring a Call
To an extension
CLR
extension no.
Announce.
To an external party
F1
F2
F3
phone no.
(CO)
OR
line access no.
Answering a Call Waiting
To talk to the new caller by terminating the current call
While hearing a Call Waiting tone
F1
F2
F3
(CO)
OR
'
INT'
To talk to the new caller by holding the current call
While hearing a Call Waiting tone
7
F1
F2
F3
(CO)
OR
'
INT'
Three-party Conversation
Adding a third party during a
conversation
(Conference)
Leaving a conference
4
desired party’s no.
4
When you are talking with two extension or one extension party and one external party
When you are talking with two external parties (Unattended Conference)
4
Saving a Number
(Notebook Function)
To store
During a conversation or on-hook status
OK
phone no.
OK
F1
F2
F3
(Save)
To dial
F1
F2
F3
(Save)
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DECT Portable Station
1.3
Operation
Operation
Desired Function
Before Leaving Your Desk
Forwarding your Calls
(Call Forwarding)
To set
0
1
7
OR
2
All Calls
2
extension no.
Busy
3
extension no.
No answer
extension no.
4
Busy / No answer
5
extension no.
To Outside Line
6
line access no.
phone no.
Follow Me
7
your extension no.
To cancel
0
1
7
OR
2
At the original extension (except "By ISDN Line")
0
At the destination extension
8
Forwarding Calls from a
Receiving Group
(Call Forwarding – from Hunting
Group)
your extension no.
To set
7
1
4
1
floating no. of
receiving group
7
1
4
0
floating no. of
receiving group
7
5
0
7
5
0
Preventing Other People from
Using Your Telephone
(Electronic Station Lockout)
7
7
Leaving a Call Distribution Group
(Log-In / Log-Out)
4
Showing an Absent Message on
the Caller’s Telephone Display
(Absent Message Capability)
floating no. of destination
group or extension no.
To cancel
To set
message no.
parameter (if required)
To cancel
0
desired code
stored code
5
1
1
0
0
DECT Portable Station
same code Lock
Unlock
group no. For Log-In to specific group
For Log-In to all groups
group no. For Log-Out from specific group
For Log-Out from all groups
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Operation
Operation
Desired Function
Making / Answering an Announcement
Paging
All
6
4
OR
Announce.
3
6
External
4
6
speaker no. Specific
0
Announce.
All
Group
3
6
group no.
0
Paging a Person and Transferring
a Call
0
Specific
Announce.
All
Through a speker and telephones
CLR
6
4
OR
Announce.
3
6
Through a speaker
CLR
speaker no. Specific
4
6
Announce.
All
0
Through the telephones of a particular extension group
CLR
3
6
group no.
0
Answering a Paged
Announcement
4
4
4
3
0
Specific
Announce.
All
speaker no. Page through a speaker
Page through a wired telephone
Setting the Telephone According to Your Needs
Setting the Alarm
(Timed Reminder)
To set
7
minute
hour
1
6
0 One time
1 Daily
To cancel
7
6
0
6
2
To view the setting
7
To stop or answer the ringback
Refusing Incoming Calls
Refusing all calls
(Do Not Disturb [DND])
1
7
0
To set
OR
1
2
extension no.
0
Extension
Operator
No backup station
To cancel
0
Refusing direct outside calls
(DND for Direct Dialling In Calls)
5
6
1 Set
0 Cancel
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1.3
Operation
Operation
Desired Function
Setting the Telephone According to Your Needs
Receiving a Call Waiting
(Call Waiting)
To set / cancel
7
3
1 Set
1
0 Cancel
Displaying Your Number on the
Called Party and Calling Party’s
Telephone
(Calling / Connected Line
Identification Presentation [CLIP /
COLP])
To show an identification number
7
1
1 no. assigned for an outside line
1
2 no. assigned for your extension
To show a desired identification number when making a particular call
7
1
1
F1
desired
identification
no.
3
F2
F3
(CO)
phone no.
OR
line access no.
Preventing Your Number Being
Displayed on the Called Party’s
Telephone
(Calling Line Identi cation
Restriction [CLIR])
To set / cancel
5
7
2 Set
0 Cancel
To change the setting at any time for a particular call
5
7
F1
1
F2
F3
phone no.
(CO)
OR
line access no.
Preventing Your Number Being
Displayed on the Calling Party’s
Telephone
(Connected Line Identication
Restriction [COLR])
Denying Other People the
Possibility of Picking up Your
Calls
(Call Pickup Deny)
Denying Other People the
Possibility of Joining Your
Conversation
(Executive Busy Override Deny)
Clearing the Feature
Settings at Your Extension
(Feature Setting Clear)
Day / Night Service Status
[Pre-assigned extension user only]
5
1
8
Set
0 Cancel
7
2
1
0
Deny
0 Allow
7
3
1
3
Deny
0 Allow
7
9
0
Switching modes using the feature number
7
8
0 for Auto mode
1
for Manual Day mode
2 for Manual Night mode
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Operation
Operation
Desired Function
Using User-supplied Equipment
If a Doorphone / Door Opener is
Connected
To call the doorphone
Forwarding doorphone calls to
outside parties
(Doorphone Call Forwarding to
Outside Line)
6
8
doorphone no.
To set / cancel (at the extension receiving doophone calls)
7
1
6
doorphone no. Specific
1 Set
0 Cancel
All
To store a phone number
7
1
5
0 Day
doorphone no. Specific
1 Night
line access no.
& phone no.
All
To clear the phone number
7
Opening the door
1
5
0
Day
1
Night
doorphone no. Specific
All
From a specified extension
5
door opener
5
From any extension while talking to the doorphone
5
If a Voice Processing System is
Connected
Voice mail integration
To forwarding your calls to a mailbox
7
1
0
Call Forwarding no.
VM extension no.
OR
2
Transferring calls
F1
F2
extension no.
F3
(VM Transfer)
To listen to a stored message
VM extension no.
OR
3
Recording a conversation
(Two-Way Recording)
To record into your mailbox / To stop recording
F1
F2
F3
(Two-Way
Record)
To record into another mailbox
F1
F2
F3
extension no.
(Two-Way
Tr ansfer)
To stop recording into another mailbox
F1
F2
F3
(Two-Way
Tr ansfer)
If an External Relay is Connected
If an External Ringer is Connected
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To switch on
6
7
relay no.
4
7
external ringer no.
Answering
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1.4
Customising Your PS & System
1.4.1
Programming Information
Customising Your PS & System
You can customise your telephone functions with your DECT portable station (PS).
PS Programming:
You can change the initial settings according to your needs.
PBX Programming:
You can enter into the proprietary wired telephone (PT) programming mode (Station Programming) and
program several items for your PS.
There are displays for programming as shown below.
Display sequence in the programming mode display
INITIAL SETTING
Initial Setting *1
MODIFY BOOK
Directories
Back Menu
PS-PROGRAM
PS Programming
PBX-PROGRAM
PBX Programming *2
•
•
*1
*2
After registering a PS, it is not displayed.
It is not displayed when out of range.
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1.4.2
Handset (PS) Programming
You may be required to enter a PS Programming password when entering the security setting mode.
And you may be required to enter a DECT System Lock password when entering the DECT-SYS Setting
mode.
Once the password is entered you can proceed to the next step.
To set the PS Programming / DECT System Lock password
PS
Previous
OR
Next
MODIFY BOOK
PS-PROGRAM
Press
Press FUNCTION
twice.
ANSWER SETTING
SECURITY SETTING
Press SELECT.
.
OR
DECT-SYS SETTING
Press
or
until the display
above appears .
Previous
OR
Next
PS PASSWORD
Press
Press SELECT.
.
or
OR
DECT-SYS LOCK
until the display above appears.
Press SELECT.
.
password
PS PASSWORD
ENABLE
DISABLE
Press
OR
to select "ENABLE" .
OK
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DECT-SYS LOCK
ENABLE
DISABLE
ENTER PASSWORD
=____
ENTER PASSWORD
= ****
Press SELECT.
password
Enter password
(4 digits).
OK
REENTER PASSWORD
=____
REENTER PASSWORD
= ****
LOCKED
Press OK.
Enter same
password again.
Press OK.
Press CANCEL.
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1.4
Customising Your PS & System
To cancel the PS Programming / DECT System Lock password
PS
Previous
OR
Next
MODIFY BOOK
PS-PROGRAM
Press
Press FUNCTION
twice.
ANSWER SETTING
SECURITY SETTING
Press SELECT.
.
OR
DECT-SYS LOCK
PASSWORD= _ _ _ _
PS PASSWORD
= ****
Press SELECT.
OR
DECT-SYS SETTING
Press
or
until the display
above appears .
password
PS PASSWORD
=____
OR
OK
DECT-SYS LOCK
PASSWORD= * * * *
DIRECTORY LOCK
OR
REGISTRATION
Press OK.
Enter password
(4 digits).
Previous
OR
Next
PS PASSWORD
Press
or
OR
until the display above appears .
Press SELECT.
DECT Portable Station
PS PASSWORD
ENABLE
DISABLE
DECT-SYS LOCK
Press SELECT.
Press
OR
DECT-SYS LOCK
ENABLE
DISABLE
to select "DISABLE" .
Press CANCEL.
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To change the initial settings
PS
Previous
OR
Next
<Example>
MODIFY BOOK
PS-PROGRAM
Press FUNCTION
twice.
Press
ANSWER SETTING
BEEP SETTING
Press
or
until
the desired item is
displayed. *1
Press SELECT.
.
KEY TONE
Press SELECT.
To continue
Previous
Previous
OR
OR
Next
Next
<Example>
RANGE WARNING
ON
OFF
RANGE WARNING
Press
or
until
the desired item is
displayed. *2
Categories*1
ANSWER SETTING
Press SELECT.
Display
RING PATTERN-INT
BELL1
CHANGE=SELECT
RING PATTERN-CO
BELL1
CHANGE=SELECT
VIBRATION & RING
OFF
CHANGE=SELECT
QUICK ANSWER
ON
OFF
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RANGE WARNING
ON
OFF
Press
or
until
the desired item is
displayed.
Press SELECT.
Item
Which ringer pattern
for intercom or CO
do you prefer in
10 patterns (BELL1-6,
MELODY1-4)?
(Ringer Pattern
Selection)
How do you receive
a call? *4
(Vibration and Ring
Type Selection)
Do you prefer to answer
an incoming call by just
lifting your ringing PS
off the Charger?
(Quick Answering
Mode Set)
Press CANCEL.
Selection*3
Menu no.*14
- INT
Ringer pattern no.
1
1
- CO
Ringer pattern 1
(BELL1)
Ring and vibrate at the
same time (RING & VIB)
Vibrate for 5 seconds
then ring (VIB→RING)
Not use the vibration
and ring mode (OFF)
1
2
1
3
1
4
Yes (ON)
No (OFF)
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1.4
Categories*1
ANSWER SETTING
Display
AUTO ANSWER
OFF
CHANGE=SELECT
AUTO ANS DELAY
6S
CHANGE=SELECT
DISPLAY SETTING
BACKLIGHT
ON
OFF
Item
Do you prefer to answer
a call without pressing
CO, TALK or INT
buttons when using
the headset?
(Automatic Answer
Mode Set)
Select the number of
seconds before
answering a call
automatically
when using the headset.*5
(Automatic Answer Delay
Selection)
Do you prefer the
keypad backlight?
(Keypad Backlight
Mode Set)
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Selection*3
Menu no.*14
No (OFF)
Answer all calls. (INT/CO)
1
5
1
6
2
1
2
2
2
3
2
4
Answer only intercom calls.
(INT ONLY)
seconds
6s
Yes (ON)
No (OFF)
English
LANGUAGE
AUTO
CHANGE=SELECT
Do you prefer to
change the display
language?
(Display Language
Selection)
German (Deutsch)
French (FRANCAIS)
Italian (ITALIANO)
Spanish (ESPANOL)
Dutch (NEDERLANDS)
Auto (English)*6
Extension no. (EXTN)
STANDBY DISPLAY
SYS-NO.&EXT
CHANGE=SELECT
Which standby display
do you prefer? *7
(Standby Display
Selection)
DECT system no.
(SYS-NO.)
DECT system and extension
no. (SYS-NO.&EXTN )
None of these (OFF)
DATE/TIME DISPLY
TIME
DATE
DECT Portable Station
Which display do you
prefer in the Standby
mode? *7
(Date / Time Display
Selection)
Date and time (TIME)
Date (DATE)
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Categories*1
DISPLAY SETTING
BEEP SETTING
Display
LCD CONTRAST
LIGHT
DARK
Item
Selection*3
Menu no.*14
Select the contrast level which you prefer in 12
levels. (LCD Contrast Selection)
- default: Level 7
KEY TONE
ON
OFF
Do you prefer to
hear the key tone?
(Key Tone Set)
RANGE WARNING
ON
OFF
Do you prefer to alarm
when out of range.
(Range Warning
Setting)
2
5
3
1
3
2
4
1
4
2
4
3
4
4
4
5
Yes (ON)
No (OFF)
Yes (ON)
No (OFF)
DECT-SYS1
DECT-SYS SETTING
REGISTRATION
DECT-SYS1
DECT-SYS2
Which DECT system
(1 through 4) do you
register?*8
(Registration)
DECT-SYS2
DECT-SYS3
DECT-SYS4
German (Deutsch)
LANGUAGE DELETE
Deutsch
FRANCAIS
French (FRANCAIS)
Do you prefer to delete
the language ? *9
Italian (ITALIANO)
Spanish (ESPANOL)
Dutch (NEDERLANDS)
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CANCEL DECT-SYS
DECT-SYS1
DECT-SYS2
If "Rejected" is displayed in System Programming,
cancel by pressing the SELECT button
after the display on the left appears.
For details, consult your dealer.*10
(PS Registration Cancellation)
DECT-SYS LOCK
ENABLE
DISABLE
Do you prefer to use the
DECT System Lock
Password?
(DECT System Lock
Password Set)
ACCESS DECT-SYS
AUTO
CHANGE=SELECT
Do you prefer to
change the DECT
system (1 to 4)? *11
(DECT System
Selection)
Yes (ENABLE)
No (DISABLE)
DECT System no.
AUTO (All connected
terminals)
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1.4
Categories*1
Display
SECURITY SETTING
DIRECTORY LOCK
ON
OFF
Do you lock / unlock
*12
the PS Dialling Directory?
(Directory Lock
Control)
DELETE?
NO
YES
Select "YES" and press the SELECT button to delete
all items stored in the PS Dialling directory.
(ALL PS-BOOK DEL)
5
2
PS PASSWORD
ENABLE
DISABLE
Do you prefer to use
the PS Programming
password? *13
(PS Programming
Password Set)
5
3
5
4
INITIALIZE DATA?
NO
YES
DECT Portable Station
Item
Customising Your PS & System
Selection*3
Menu no.*14
Lock (ON)
5
1
Unlock (OFF)
Yes (ENABLE)
No (DISABLE)
The following settings will be returned to their default
settings.
- Ringer volume
- Receiver volume
- PS Programming items
(except: Selecting the DECT System;
Cancelling the PS Registration;
Setting the PS Programming Password;
Setting the DECT System LOCK)
Select "YES" and press the SELECT button
after the display on the left appears.
(Memory Clear)
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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*1 Setting Categories: there are five settings. You must display the destined setting on this
step to select the desired item.
*2 If the password has been assigned, it is required only when "SECURITY SETTING" or
"DECT-SYS SETTING" is selected.
*3 Selection: the default is in gray.
*4 If you set the ringer volume off / vibration on mode or meeting mode using the UP /
DOWN button, the PS doesn't ring regardless of this setting.
*5 The display of this item is only displayed when "Automatic Answer Mode Set" is set to
"INT/CO" or "INT ONLY".
Notice
If you set "INT/CO" or "INT ONLY" to the Automatic Answer Mode (PS Programming)
and connect the headset, your phone will answer incoming calls automatically. If you leave
PS unattended with the headset connected, the following problems will occur.
1. The PS will answer calls and calling party will be charged even though you are not there
to take the call.
2. Depending on the line, even if the calling party disconnects the call, the DECT line will
remain connected until you disconnect the call manually or the battery expires. The PBX
trunk may also remain connected to the network. Please note the following;
a. Please set "INT/CO" or "INT ONLY" to the Automatic Answer Mode only when
necessary.
b. If you are using the "INT/CO" or "INT ONLY" setting in the Automatic Answer Mode
and you take off the headset, please pull the headset jack out.
The Automatic Answer Mode is not available while the PS is on the charger.
*6 If the setting is still "AUTO", the display language will depend on the setting of the
system.
*7 The display of this item is displayed only when " " is displayed.
*8 This display is used for PS registration and not displayed if all DECT Systems are
registered. For details, consult your dealer.
*9 If the displayed language is deleted, the language assigned to "AUTO" will be displayed.
*10 The display of this item is displayed only when the PS is registered.
*11 The display of this item is only displayed when more than two fixed terminals are
connected.
*12 If "ON" is selected, "ENABLE" of "PS PASSWORD" is selected automatically.
Even if "OFF" is selected, "DISABLE" is not selected automatically.
*13 If "DISABLE" is selected, the PS Dialling Directory is unlocked.
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Customising Your PS & System
*14 You can easily access each setting in the PS-PROGRAM mode by pressing menu numbers in order as
follows:
<Example>
1
0
PAUSE (KEY1)
ANSWER SETTING
RING PATTERN-INT
2
BACKLIGHT
1
RING PATTERN-INT
BELL1
CHANGE=SELECT
BACKLIGHT
ON
OFF
LANGUAGE
AUTO
CHANGE=SELECT
3
1
1
1
): These numbers are
displayed on the
top line of the display
as below.
MELODY4
BELL1
BELL2
1
2
(
1
STANDBY DISPLAY
OFF
CHANGE=SELECT
1
NEDERLANDS
AUTO
ENGLISH
1
SYS-NO.&EXTN
OFF
EXTN
111
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To edit the labels of the flexible CO buttons
You can assign two names (short and full) to each Flexible CO button.
The short one is displayed on the bottom line on LCD. The full one is displayed for 3 seconds when you
reconfirm the Flexible CO buttons by pressing FUNCTION + 8 (FKEY LIST Display).
Flexible CO buttons for PS functions
PS
F1
F2
F3
F1
<Example>
PAUSE (KEY1)
F1 EDIT
PS
Press FUNCTION.
To <1> or <2>
PBX
Press F1.
Press the flexible
CO button.
<To assign a PS function>
Previous
OR
Next
1-TOUCH DIAL
NONE
PS-DIAL
STORED
NONE
PS-DIAL
PS NEW ENTRY
Press or until
the desired item is
displayed.
Press SELECT.
<To change a PS function or edit a label>
Previous
F1
OR
Next
DIAL
PS-DIAL
NEW EDIT
NONE
PS-DIAL
PS NEW ENTRY
Press F1.
F2
DIAL
PS-DIAL
Press F2.
PBX-EXT-DIAL
SHORTCUT
SHORTCUT NEW
STORED
Press or until
the desired item is
displayed.
Press SELECT.
name
Next
DIAL
PS-DIAL
Press
to edit
the full name.
DIAL
Press SELECT.
BOOK
Edit name.
OK
STORED
Press OK.
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Press CANCEL.
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Customising Your PS & System
Flexible CO buttons assigned by PBX
PS
Previous
F1
F2
F3
OR
F2
Next
<Example>
PAUSE (KEY1)
F1 EDIT
PS
Press FUNCTION.
PBX
Press the flexible
CO button.
DECT-SYS
DECT-SYS1
DECT-SYS2
Press F2.
<1.To store>
F1
NOT STORED
NEW
Press SELECT.
NOT STORED
NOT STORED
Press F1.
DECT-SYS
DECT-SYS3
DECT-SYS4
To <1>, <2> or <3>
Press or until
the desired item is
displayed.
name
Next
PS16
NOT STORED
NOT STORED
Press
to store
the full name.
Press SELECT.
OK
Enter name.
The short name
- max. 4 characters
The full name
- max. 14 characters
STORED
Press OK.
Press CANCEL.
<2.To edit>
F2
Next
name
<Example>
PS16
PS BOSS
EDIT DEL
PS16
PS BOSS
PS16
PS BOSS
Press SELECT.
Press F2.
Press
to edit
the full name.
PS16
Press SELECT.
PS17
Edit name.
OK
STORED
Press OK.
Press CANCEL.
<3.To delete>
F3
PS16
PS BOSS
EDIT DEL
Press SELECT.
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DELETED
Press F3.
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To enter characters, refer to "Entering characters" on page 37.
You can edit the pre-assigned name on the flexible CO button as you like.
If the flexible CO button has been assigned as a PBX function, it has higher priority than a PS
function, even if the flexible CO button has been assigned a PS function.
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1.4.3
Customising Your PS & System
PBX Programming
You can enter into the proprietary wired telephone (PT) programming mode and program several items for your
PS.
The available programs are listed below.
Initial Settings
Customising the Buttons
Charge Fee Management
Initial Settings
PS
MODIFY BOOK
PS-PROGRAM
Press FUNCTION
twice.
Press
PBX-PROGRAM
Press
.
PT-PGM Mode
.
Press SELECT.
programming
input
Follow programming
input.
Press CANCEL.
Item
Which line do you prefer to
seize when you go off-hook
to make calls?
(Preferred Line Assignment
-Outgoing)
Selection
Programming Input
No line
1
1
OK
An idle outside line
1
2
OK
A pre-assigned outside line
1
3
The Intercom line
1
INT'
To clear the setting of the "Preferred Line Assignment Outgoing"
To check your extension number
DECT Portable Station
Outside line no.
OK
(01-54)
OK
OK
6
+(
7
for return to
previous display )
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Customising the Buttons
You can change the flexible CO buttons to the following function buttons.
PS
MODIFY BOOK
PS-PROGRAM
Press
Press FUNCTION
twice.
PBX-PROGRAM
.
Press
PT-PGM Mode
.
Press SELECT.
Press OK.
Press CANCEL.
To continue
F1
F2
programming
input
F3
Press CO.
Follow programming
input.
OK
Button
Programming Input
Loop-CO
Group-CO
64
Outside line group no.
(1-8)
Single-CO
0
Outside line no.
Direct Station Selection (DSS)
1
Extension no.
One-Touch Dialling
2
Desired no.* 1
Message
3
FWD/DND (Forward/Do Not Disturb)
4
Save
5
Account
6
Conference
7
Log-In/Log-Out
8
0
Receiving group no.
Voice Mail Transfer *2
8
2
Voice mail extension no.
Two-Way Record*2
8
3
Voice mail extension no.
Two-Way Transfer *2
8
4
Voice mail extension no.
One-Touch Dialling with Auto Hold
8
Terminate
9
(01-54)
(max. 24 digits)
Desired no.* 1
(max. 24 digits)
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*1 " ", "#", FLASH / RCL, PAUSE, SECRET (Intercom) and "—" (Conference) can also be
stored.
– If you do not want to display the stored number, enter "[ ]" as SECRET by pressing the
INTERCOM button before and after the numbers you wish to conceal.
– If you store an external party's number, you should first store a line access number (0, 81 to
88).
– If you need to enter an account code, you can enter the specified account code before the line
access number.
<Example>
SECRET
49
1234
Account code feature no. Account code
#
0
[ 123 4567 ]
Account code delimiter
Automatic line
access number
Phone number
•
*2 These buttons are used for the voice mail integration feature.
•
To exit the mode at any time, press the CANCEL button.
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Charge Fee Management
[pre-assigned extension only]
PS
MODIFY BOOK
PS-PROGRAM
Press
Press FUNCTION
twice.
9
Dial 9.
PBX-PROGRAM
.
Press
PT-PGM Mode
Press SELECT.
.
To continue
ID code
programming
input
Enter ID code
(4 digits).
Follow programming
input.
9
Press CANCEL.
Press FUNCTION
and then 9.
Item
Programming Input
Viewing each extension charge.
1
Extension no.
Clearing each extension charge.
1
Extension no.
Viewing each outside line charge.
2
Outside line no.
Viewing the total charge.
3
Viewing each account code charge.
4
Account table no.
(001-128)
Clearing each account code charge.
4
Account table no.
(001-128)
Clearing all outside line, account code
and department code charges.
6
CLR
OK
CLR
(01-54)
the last
[ Displays
clearing date and time. ]
Printing the total telephone charge
(each outside line, account code and
department code charge), all extension
charges or each extension charge by
SMDR.
7
1
total telephone charge
7
2
all extension charges
7
3
Assigning an account code.
8
CLR
(001-128)
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Viewing each department code charge.
9
Department code
Clearing each department code charge.
9
Department code
OK
each extension charge
Extension no.
Account table no.
OK
CLR
New account code
OK
(10 digits)
CLR
OK
DECT Portable Station
Section 2
Troubleshooting
This chapter provides the Troubleshooting for DECT Portable
Station. Check the Troubleshooting before consulting your
dealer.
Troubleshooting
67
2.1 Troubleshooting
2.1 Troubleshooting
2.1.1
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting for DECT Portable Station
Problem
The PS does not work.
Remedy
•
•
The PS does not operate.
•
The power is OFF.
Turn it ON. ( Button Descriptions in 1.2.1 Before
Operating the DECT Portable Station on page 12.)
The PS does not ring.
•
Ringer volume is set to the vibration mode or the meeting
mode.
Set to ring by pressing the UP / DOWN button. ( Button
Descriptions in 1.2.1 Before Operating the DECT Portable
Station on page 12.)
The PS is out of range or the Cell Station (CS) is busy.
Move closer to the CS or try again later.
The radio channel is busy or a radio communication error
occurred.
Try again later.
•
•
You cannot dial.
•
•
•
Static, sound cuts in/out, fades.
Interference from other electrical units.
"CS BUSY" is displayed.
"NEED REPAIR 1(-3)" is displayed.
68
The battery is empty.
Charge the batteries fully. ( Battery Charge in
1.2.1 Before Operating the DECT Portable Station on page
9.)
The PS has been cancelled or the PS has not been
registered.
Consult your dealer.
The number which you dialled is restricted by the system.
Consult your dealer.
The key lock mode is set.
To cancel the mode, press the Function for about 2 seconds.
( 1.3.9 Locking the Keypads on page 41.)
The radio channel is busy or a radio communication error
occurred.
Try again later.
Set the PS and CS away from other electrical appliances.
Move closer to the CS.
•
The Cell Station is busy.
Try again later.
Consult your dealer.
Troubleshooting
2.1 Troubleshooting
Problem
Remedy
"PS NO CONNECTED" on the wired
telephone is displayed.
•
•
The PS is out of range.
Move closer to the CS.
The radio channel is busy or a radio communication error
occurred.
Try again later.
"REGISTER UNIT" is displayed.
•
The PS is not registered in the system.
Consult your dealer.
"NO SERVICE" is displayed.
•
The PS is out of range.
Move closer to the CS.
The Call Station is busy.
Try again later.
•
You cannot store a phone number and
name in the directory.
•
•
Your entry exceeds the maximum digits or characters.
Do not pause for over 1 minute while programming.
The alarm sounds after pressing the
Redial button.
•
A number is not saved in the Call Log.
"
" flashes or beeps tone sound every 5 •
seconds.
The battery is low.
Charge the battery fully. ( Battery Charge in
1.2.1 Before Operating the DECT Portable Station on page
9.)
You charged the battery fully, but "
flashes.
Charge again.
It is time to change the battery. Please purchase new
batteries.
"
The PS stops working during operation.
Handover does not work.
Turn the power OFF and ON. Then try again. ( Button
Descriptions in 1.2.1 Before Operating the DECT Portable
Station on page 12.)
Re-insert the battery and try again. ( Battery Charge in
1.2.1 Before Operating the DECT Portable Station on page
9.)
•
•
•
The display does not show a strong radio
signal "
CS.
while receiving a weak radio signal "
Troubleshooting
•
Normally, the PS user can make a call even with a " "
status. In this case, the current linked CS is still connected
even though another CS is closer.
•
The radio signal is weak.
Move closer to the CS.
" even though you are near the
The alarm sounds during a conversation
".
You moved to a busy CS or are out of range.
You moved while not having a conversation (e.g., while
hearing a busy tone).
The radio channel is busy or a radio communication error
occurred.
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2.1 Troubleshooting
70
Troubleshooting
Section 3
User Manual Addendum for
KX-TD816NE / KXTD1232NE
User Manual Addendum for KX-TD816NE / KX-TD1232NE
71
3.1
Changed or Added Features
3.1
Changed or Added Features
In this User Manual Addendum, the Section number is different from the Main User Manual. Refer to the
Section number of each feature in the charged or Additional Information List below.
3.1.1
Changed or Additional Information List
Section for
Main UM
2.9.4
(changed)
72
Title
Changing or Additional Information
Monitoring the Calls (Call This feature is added.
Monitoring in Hunting
For details, refer to page 73.
Group)
2.9.4 Using the KX-T7531, KX-T7533, KX-T7536 or KX-T7235 has
been shifted to 2.9.5.
User Manual Addendum for KX-TD816NE / KX-TD1232NE
3.1
3.1.2
Changed or Added Features
Monitoring the Calls (Call Monitoring in Hunting Group) [KXT7536, KX-T7235 only]
You can monitor the information of incoming outside calls waiting in the extension groups and confirm how
the calls have been treated. Up to eight extension users can monitor simultaneously.
To monitor
T7536 / T7235
If you enter a group number except UCD/Ring/
No Reply group* number or “0”, you hear the
error tone. Re-enter the proper number.
While on-hook
group no.
MNTR
SHIFT
Specific
DISP
OR
All
Press SHIFT until
“MNTR” is displayed.
Press “MNTR.”
Enter specific group number
(01-32) or
for all.
Press “DISP.”
<Information sample>
Group
Total
Total
Total
Total
MENU
02
Waiting 002
Arrived
00020
Answered
00010
Overflow
00002
Lost
00002
CLR
Group no. (01-32,
(
: all)) / Waiting calls (000-255)
Total of received calls (00000-65535)
Total of answered calls (00000-65535)
Total of transferred calls (00000-65535)
Total of disconnected waiting calls (00000-65535)
MNTR
•
When receiving a call, the monitoring display also remains with the flashing CO button and ringing.
•
•
When entering
for all, total calls of all groups is displayed.
When the night mode is switched to the day mode, "Total Call" can be cleared automatically by
programming. For more details, consult your manager or dealer.
*For more details about these groups, consult your manager or dealer.
•
•
•
To return to the initial display, press the MENU button or go off-hook and on-hook.
To go to the next/previous group number, rotate the Jog Dial or press the UP/DOWN button instead
of entering the group number. In this case, all group number "
" is not displayed.
To clear the number of call
T7536 / T7235
<Information sample>
CLR
Clear Total Call OK?
Press “CLR.”
Press “YES.”
Group
Total
Total
Total
Total
MENU
User Manual Addendum for KX-TD816NE / KX-TD1232NE
02
Waiting 002
Arrived
00002
Answered
00000
Overflow
00000
Lost
00000
CLR
MNTR
73
3.1
74
Changed or Added Features
User Manual Addendum for KX-TD816NE / KX-TD1232NE
Index
Section 4
Index
75
Index
A
Absent Message Capability
47
ACCESS DECT-SYS
56
64, 66
Account
Account Code Entry 45
Alarm
48
57
ALL PS-BOOK DEL
Alternate Calling - Ring / Voice 45
ANSWER SETTING
54, 55
AUTO
12, 13
55
AUTO ANS DELAY
AUTO ANSWER
55
Automatic Answer Delay Selection 55
Automatic Answer Mode Set 55
Automatic Callback Busy
44
Automatic Route Selection
19
B
BACK LIGHT 55
Battery 9
BEEP SETTING
56
Busy Station Signalling (BSS)
45
55
DATE/TIME DISPLY
Day / Night
49
DECT System Lock Password Set
56
56
DECT System Selection
DECT System-Number
11
DECT-SYS LOCK
52, 56
56
DECT-SYS SETTING
DELETE
57
Denying-Retrieving your held calls
25
Department code
66
12
Dial Buttons
Direct Station Selection (DSS)
64
Directory
20, 27
57
DIRECTORY LOCK
Directory Lock Control
21, 57
Display
8
55
Display Language Selection
DISPLAY SETTING
55, 56
DND for Direct Dialling In Calls
48
45
DND Override
Do Not Disturb (DND)
48
Door Opener
50
50
Doorphone
C
E
Call Forwarding
39, 40, 47
Call Forwarding-from Hunting Group
47
Call Information
19
72, 73
Call Monitoring in Hunting Group
Call Park
46
Call Pickup 45
49
Call Pickup Deny
Call Splitting
46
Call Waiting 46, 49
Calling / Connected Line Identification Presentation (CLIP / COLP)
49
Calling Line Identification Restriction (CLIR)
49
CANCEL 12
CANCEL DECT-SYS
56
9, 17, 18
Cell Station
Character
37
Charge Fee Management
66
9
Charger
CLEAR
12
CO
64
Completeion of Calls to Busy Subscriber
(CCBS)
45
CONF
13, 42
46, 64, 65
Conference
Connected Line Identification Restriction
(COLR)
49
51
Customise-PS & System
EDIT MODE
13, 42
Electronic Station Lockout
47
19
Emergency call
Exclusive Call Hold
25
Executive Busy Override
45
49
Executive Busy Override Deny
extension
17
Extension-Dialling
17
11, 63
Extension-Number
External Feature Access
50
External Party
18
50
External Relay
External Ringer
50
76
F1 EDIT
42
F2 EDIT
42
42
F3 EDIT
Feature Button
42
Feature Number
11
13, 42
FKEY LIST
FLASH
42
FLASH / R(FLASH / RCL)
13
12, 13, 60
Flexible CO Button
FUNCTION
12, 15
FWD/DND
13, 42, 64
G
Group-CO
D
Date / Time Display Selection
F
55
64
Index
PAUSE
13, 42
PBX Extension Dialling Directory
27
PBX Programming
51, 63
PBX Station Speed Dialling Directory 27
PBX System Speed Dialling Directory 27
PBX-EXT-DIALING
20
51
PBX-PROGRAM
PBX-STA-DIALING
20, 27
PBX-SYS-DIALING
20
Pickup Dialling 44
12
POWER
Preferred Line 63
PROGRAM
13, 42
PS Dialling Directory 27
PS PASSWORD
52, 57
PS Programming
51
57
PS Programming Password Set
PS Registration Cancellation 56
PS-DIALING
20, 27
13, 42, 51
PS-PROGRAM
Pulse to Tone Conversion 45
H
Handover 17
Handset (PS) Programming
13, 24, 42
Hold (HOLD)
Holding a call
24
52
I
Icon
9, 11
Initial Settings 63
INITIALIZE DATA
INTERCOM
12
Intercom Call
17
57
K
KEY
42
56
KEY TONE
Key Tone Set
56
KEY-LOCK 12
Keypad Backlight Mode Set
KEYPAD LOCK
41
55
Q
L
QUICK ANSWER
54
Quick Answering Mode Set
Quick Dialling 44
LANGUAGE 55
56
LANGUAGE DELETE
LCD CONTRAST
56
LCD Contrast Selection 56
Leaving-Conference 46
Line access number 18
Lock
41
47, 64
Log-In / Log-Out
Loop-CO
19, 64
R
Radio Signal Strength
9
RANGE WARNING
56
56
Range Warning Setting
Receiving Calls
22
Redial (REDIAL) 13, 23, 42
Registration (REGISTRATION)
Restriction
11
RING PATTERN-CO
54
54
RING PATTERN-INT
Ringer Pattern Selection 54
M
Making Calls
17, 20
Memory Clear
57
Message (MESSAGE)
Message Waiting 45
13, 42, 64
8, 56
S
N
Notebook Function
46
O
OK
12, 13
44, 64
One-Touch Dialling
One-Touch Dialling with Auto Hold
Operation Outline
15
44
Operator Call
OUTGOING LOG
20
Outgoing Log Directory
23
18
Outside line number
64
Saved Number Redial
44
57
SECURITY SETTING
SELECT 12, 13, 16
SHORTCUT
20, 27
27
SHORTCUT Directory
Single-CO
64
STANDBY DISPLAY
55
55
Standby Display Selection
Station Program Clear
49
Station Speed Dialling 44
Super EXtra Device Ports (SXDP)
System Speed Dialling 44
39
T
P
Paging
54
48
TALK
12
77
Index
Terminate
64
Timed Reminder 48
Tone (TONE)
11, 13, 42
TRANSFER 12
Transferring a call
26
Trunk Answer From Any Station (TAFAS)
Two-Way Record 64
Two-Way Recording
50
Two-Way Transfer
64
U
Unlock 41
UP / DOWN
12, 13
V
VIBRATION & RING
54
Vibration and Ring Type Selection
Voice Mail
50, 64
W
WAVESEARCH
78
13, 42
54
45
Index
79
Index
80
Kyushu Matsushita Electric Co., Ltd.
1-62, 4-chome, Minoshima, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka 812-8531, Japan
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