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Please observe the following guidelines for installation and use.
1. Install the main unit properly.
{For details about installation, referto Installation Manual.)
2. Do not use the telephone near sources of electric 'noise’ such as fluorescent lamps, air conditioners,
washing machines, TV sets or radios.
3. Telephone should not be exposed to direct sunlight, extreme temperature, moisture, strong vibrations,
or greasy or dusty environments.
Operating temperature : 0°C to 40°C
Operating humidity : 30% to 80%
4. Never attempt to insert wires, pins, or similar objects in the vents or openings of the telephone set.
5. Never clean the telephone with benzene, paint thinner of other solvent materials to clean. Instead,
wipe with a soft cloth.
6. Do not move the unit without consulting your dealerfinstaller.
7. Installation of the telephone system close to welding equipment or a broadcasting material may cause
interference.
WARNING
Do not remove the cover of the Central Control Unit or key telephone. it may cause electrical
SNOCK and CAJUIC equipment operating aL high LEE ture.
For installation and wiring, contact your dealer.
IMPORTANT
1) This apparatus must be installed in accordance with BS6701 and general approval
NS/G/23/L/100005. This is a condition of the approval and any installation which does not
comply with the above will invalidate the approval status of that particular installation.
2) This equipment requires a maintenance contract issued by a maintainer holding BS! approval.
This Is a statutory requirement.
This manual consists of the following chapters:
Introduction:
Describes important information for the
system. Before using the system, please
read this chapier.
Making an Exchange Line Call:
Describes useful features for when you
make an Exchange Line call.
Making an Intercom Call:
Describes useful features for when you
make an intercom call.
Answering a Call:
Describes useful features for when you
answer a call.
Hoid and Transfer:
Describes useful features for when you
want to transfer a call to an extension.
Other Useful Features:
Describes additional useful features.
Icons and Abbreviations
Listed below are icons used in this manual:
In This
Manual
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Assignment:
Describes operations for assigning various
features. _
Onerator Features:
Describes useful features for use with the
attendant’s phone.
Administrator's Phone:
Describes various settings for the entire
system. These settings can be made only
with the administrator's phone.
Single Line Telephone (SLT):
Describes features for use with the SLT.
Optional Features:
Describes optional features available with
the system.
indicates the feature requires system programming. Refer to "Programming Instructions” for
more details.
Listed below are abbreviations used in this manual;
ABM ........... Absence Message
... Background Music
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CCU ...........Central Control Unit
CDR … Calling Detail Record
{Same as Call Logging)
CF ни. Call Forward
CW ............. Call Wait
DISA...........Direct Inward System Access
DND ........... Do-Not-Disturb
DPSLT........ Dial Pulse Type SLT
DSS... Direct Station Selector
ОТ eevee. Dial Tone
DTMF ......... Dual Tone Muiti-Frequency
EXT ............Extension
FF key ........ Flexible Function key
19 ен. Intercom Dial Tone
INT Lu... Intercom
СР ни. Liquid Crystal Display
LCR ...........Least Cost Routing
НЕО ще. Light Emitting Diode
LAB ............ Loud Ringing Bell
MCO............Pooled Trunk (Line) Access
MFSLT ....... DTMF (Tone) Type SLT
MOH ........... Music On Haid
OGM........... Out Going Message
CDT ............ Exchange Line Dial Tone
PFU ............ Power FailureTransfer Unit
PSO... Personal Speed Dial
SLT nn Single Line Telephone
SMDR......... Station Message Detail Recorder
„650. System Speed Dial
TRS... Toll Restriction {Tall Barring)
TTY eens Teletypewriter
VAU ............ DISA OGM Unit
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introduction 1-1
Overview ..........—..-.e==.eseraacucaanen nad rnan nana annanna manana enana UIT. 1-1
Important Information Before Use _........….....…-1…20versaereacenannaa es 1-2
System ConfiguratiON ..…...…...….….….…ecssenessenssnsnsensacsansensa sance aansncaue 1-4
List of Features ............e ..ee=eainourracrvaudrnenanacar ca onaana aaron Tarea 1-6
Making an Exchange Line Call ............ e eee eeeseornenens 1-6
Making an intercom Cali ....................... Gear eas anne sac am emneccnes i-7
Answering a Call ..........c.uscnnrceacss ann senannan ane nm annee era nmena es 1-8
Hold and Transfer .................eeeeererrrsczzor rr 1-8
Other Useful [email protected] …..…..…..….….…r2sccsnsrsnssn cs an aa ana nana neue 1-9...
Assignment ............———me.....eeineenceneaarea ene annanana ema E
Operator Features..........—r.—w—m...esencereeanecenenenrereanmenaa ias — 1
Administrator's Phone... ieee ...1-12
Single Line Telephone (SLT) .................. 1-18. :
Optional Features ............. === ..e...eeraia aaneca cono eee rear 1-13
Parts and Features .................—=—.—.. escena ae can nee eee Rae 1-15
Adjusting Display Contrast and Volume Level....................... 1-17
LCD Display Contrast .............. e _.....eemnereenceonezznes 1-17
(Telephones with Alphanumeric LCD Only)
Ringing Volume... errs ceri ream eens 1-17
Speaker Volume o.oo 1-18 -
BGM Volume... iti aunna cac can cenneccacneuaenes 10183
Making an Exchange Line Call 2-1
Making a Call .........—...—..—.. ccm cere e ree eases 2-1
Using the LINE Key .......................exrercceiirereea ERE LN
Line Group Dial... iris ene cane ea eran . 2-2.
Prime Line Preference ............... ==. vee . 2-2
Direct Exchange Line ÁCCcess ...................2 mm. m——— 2-3
Dial Exchange Line ACCESS ...…....….-+rerrrmensenmrermmereen . 2-3
On-Hook Dial ….….....................cccercersensesrrereen emma ne maman 2-4
Last Number Redial ...........e....w..ee.m.esmearienanzaoenenanermen Teen rDanenonena 2-4
Save Dial ........... resis assess essa ms se ss nana 2-5
Speed Dial coir inane ccc sa renner as 2-6
ONE-TOUCH Key (Personal Speed Dial) ...................... 2-6
System Speed Dial «coor RER E DEREN KEN DEREN 2-7
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Making an Intercom Call ee 3-1
Tone Call ..........cvconsoanaecovansems crane nmansanumnn een ee eee ree 3-1
Voice Call... 0onsscsmannceavamaneus cena ausunae nee vannes seen 3-1
Paging covert rcv rss asm ass s enna . 3-2
Message WAÎt …....….…rcarsasranemmneennnnnennnan nn »esensentenassansancaunes veus 3-3
Call Walt (Camp-On) .….…....…..…..….0rerrcammaumenmennaanmensconcenmmenmencennenee 3-6
Answering a Call | | 4-1
Auto ÁnsWer .......--=.-—.-.< == -.ecanae=menonaranaenec enana 4-1
Handstfree Answer Back, Intercom .........e... => me.c.000osoanacnontaanao 4-1
Handsfree Answer, Speakerphone .........e. e. .emensi2reee=ereneenas 4-2
Call PICK-Up .......e... ee ae. eeneonacaoncaueasraa nano naco one nne aan ene ate ranoraenere 4-2
Group Call Pick-Up... i, 4-2
Direct Call Pick-Up ..............e.re=-nmcercecennanaanor e ener 4-2
Hold and Transfer В | 5-1
Exclusive Hold ..........e eme... —— вече... cxymosusemsegeu sans 5-1
Exchange Line Hold essen EE ER ENEEE . 5-1
Intercom Hoald....................... ercer eee eoenecaens 5-1
System Hold ............c...=...=e.en.ros AAN caves 5-2
Supervised Transfer ............eec.—e_...sma=re=0anceraocorcacoreo eco naa Dee 5-2
Unsupervised Transfer ............-- ==. m—..——es=e.s " ... 2
Trunk-to-Trurk ......c ——.——.—.e.e=mzinaarnesacaara nino ae cen aaa PuaRaa RATA Eenao den 5-3
External CONfGTONCE _......……covsssosssccseurensemmannar=arenan=au=s>vussancasennaen 5-4
Intercom Three Party Conference ................——.—e=...——=eeasnaenvatoonaza 54
Other Useful Features В 6-1
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Privacy Release .............-..ee.....e=sennainsaoccracenaaotenenacaaa rene eE oeDAA 6-2
Sending a Timed Break Signal ...... . 6-2
AlAITD ...nnorsosssunanesenemnensnannunneusonpauoumannss | “es acmonessesteree G3
NO-ÂNSWEE UT EE TO E TT 6-4
DND (Do-Not-Disturb) ...............e e. ....e.reseevreeeerse e 6-4
Absence Message .................—ce—m—-m—e—=- evento nee 6-5
Call Forward...............—.—e...eecoocoorcar ene Reena ant rraracaaneóremaa. 6-5
elle .ecerreaeaareaaro acero aseeaneneoracracaenmera 6-7
Manager/Secretary Working .................e——e—. mer ——_ecextiness 6-8
Call Barring aenanavenenananes RE TD 6-10
Class of Service .....................e-—.e—.e ee. rarr atea eonoraecama 6-10
Station Lock Out eee. Deneneoaovnantreverucieeremara -6-10
Verified DR eremae==e rar tenaneac ion namene 5-12
Digit Restriction .............—e— ee. ...m....eererirmeecc erre A 6-12
« /# Restriction O 6-12
2-Digit Restriction....................———————e e... rar ene 6-12
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Qutward Dialing Restriction at Incoming Cait................. 6-12
Dial Restriction .…....…...…..................…..….ereneenesns cannes enca rames 6-13
TRS Override with SSD... eres 6-13
Assignment 7-1
Extension Assignment .................2-==—. rece nenanecireasenan aa Near nee 7-1
FF Key ............... ener iienieniercarreneoaearreenneraacecan ena nre ree 7-1
One-Touch Key (Personal Speed Dial) ...............—.._........ 7-4
Administrator's Phone Assignment ..............—e- === e wresxmarznsvacinos 7-8
Extension Name.......———..—.—...ee.eeeeevacareerranrenoeanenmane reno eee 7-8
System бБреей ОЛа! ........н UB.
Absence Message ..........c vicina sree. £712
ID Code for Station Lock Qut ......... 7-14
Changing Date and Time ....................emm.a=exe-eaeianann ene 7-16.
Alphanumeric Character Assignment ...........ee-.—...-.—e.enreizenconas 7-17
Operator Features 8-1
Operator's PHONE... rnnrreereremn nessa nans sens rearcasassnnsnnenans 8-1
Day / Nignt Mode Switcning ............—e ===... e... ear reee 8-1
Temporary Mode Change (Lunch Mode) .............. 8-2
Recall Timer for Operator ............ =.—...íessnacnanvnevos e neneeun ene onaeana 8-2
DSS Console ..............econasrnensncacracesenaoronanoacanearnea rea naa nae nara trae. 8-2
Administrator's Phone 9-1
Administrators PNONC ..….…..….…..…ssserreurenuntensaunsensuna means earam pen area mes 9-1
Call Logging ..............—..-es1--1xs==enacanecoenn enano vere De rnaRDaRacenaaanae. 9-2
Programming Mode ...........—ee..—.rsresessvirvacionevoconansnaenoenmenananananes 9-3
Program with the Administrator’s Phone... 9-3
On-Site Programming with the Personal Computer ....... 9-4
Batch Output of Programming Data esse e. e....... 9-4...
Optional Features o ns 10-1
External Paging ............—e === —.=en=ueenecsnaannedo tiem cc ress esas senna anne 10-1
Ромег ЕРайиге .................ононооеноннннкооенвевтвевезевозеее вазаесненнниненнннннныеи. 10-1
Sensor ..........--es=.eesaaeroena eno dave ree TeCaCO naar Ne NC ANAa DONE neo nanen enana ameno 10-1
Doorphone ............—.-..-1ve=irevizuaaraareoenaoanranaraaan ana nan po denmaruane area ncaamm. 10-2
Door Opener .................esi=everuuernastreaonacnoatenaae anna near vanaerea ren eremee 10-3
Background Music (BGM) -............e=.me=enacrnezseannaaeon emanan enana anaa 10-3
Headset Connection .................———..—..———.1=meseareeo in av eeasecemaonaerecemaena 10-4
DISA OGM Unit (VAU)...............eererasenoarnacinanrnnoacenaamooaacanaanaeonannas 10-5
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| Introduction E.
Overview a
Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic SBS Key Telephone System. The SBS is designed, using state-of-
the-art technology, to provide you with a telephone system perfectly tailored to the needs of today’s business
communications.
The SBS allows connection of both key telephones and Single Line Telephones. The system ranges from
an initial configuration of 2 lines and 8 extensions up to a maximum of 4 lines and 16 extensions to meet the
special needs of small businesses, with optional expansion cards.
Panasonic offers you a valuable feature in a system for this size: hybrid ports in the initial configuration.
This allows you to connect Single Line Telephones. With this feature, your answering machines, modems,
fax machines, etc., can easily be integrated into the system.
The Panasonic SBS provides you with the complete answer to efficient business communications as well as
the best return on your investment. В
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Important Information Before Use
Please read this information before proceeding to a further part of this manual.
1. Port and iis usage
Ports which is available with SBS is shown below. -
Port usage _
2-wire PSTN exchange line without DDI
2-wire PBX extension
Loop calling unguarded clearing
MF tone or loop disconnect signalling
Timed break recall
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2-wire analogue speechband apparatus
MF tone or loop disconnect signalling
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Port location . a Port description
Exchange Line Port of the Central Analogue PSTN Port
Control Unit (VB-9150UK)
Exchange Line Port of expansion
cards (VB-9260UK,VB-9261UK)
Power Failure Port of the Central
Control Unit
Extension port 7, 7, 8 of the Central
Control Unit (VB-9150UK)
Extension port 1 to 8 of expansion
cards (VB-9261UK ;VB-9262UK) __
Type of circuit
TNV
Port for power failure
Port for Singie Line Telephone
3. Port types and call paths between ports
Call paths can be established between following ports.
РА1 — » РА1 ITS — [TS 1AS ——> PAT
PAI —> ITS ITS —> 1AS 1AS —> 1AS
РА1 — > 1А5 ITS —> PAT TAS — ITS
4. Port to port loss and associated cable loss for each port
Port to port losses and associated cable losses are as follows.
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Cabling between the Central Control Unit (CCU) and each Panasonic key telephone must be four wire,
and between the CCU and each 2/3 wire apparatus shall be two wire, 0.5mm diameter copper conductor
cable and terminated with LJU, slave socket for Panasonic key telephon and master socket for 2/3 wire
apparatus.
Cable length from the CCU to each extensions should comply with following requirements.
Also cabling from TJF which is not a part of Panasonic system, normally supplied by PTO to the CCU
shall comply with following requirement.
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Cabling Max. cable resistance Cable length В ) COTE Ш
CCU to ITS 40 ohms (loop) Max. 240m а ;
CCU to 1AS 100 ohms (loop) Max. 600m )
6. Over voltage protection
Surge absorber is fitted to exchange line ports (PA1) and extension ports (1AS) of the system.
if extension cable extends between buildings, surge arresters should be fitted at the point of entry and exit
at both ends of the cable.
7. PBX register recall
SBS can be connected to the extention ports of approved PBXs {piggy backing).
SBS extension ports also connect to the exchange line ports of approved call routing system to work as
host PBX system.
Timed break recall is available to work with another call routing apparatus.
8. Ring eqivalent number (REN)
REN for exchange line port (PA1} is 3.
9. Line feeding
Line feeding from iÂS ports to telephones is derived internally from SBS the Central Controi Unit (CCU).
The SBS is not a through-fed system. .
Maximum 30mA current is supplied to extension apparatus.
10. Recommended extension apparatus
When using separately approved extension apparatus, any UK approved 2 wire apparatus can be used.
But in order to maximize the benefit Panasonic recommend the apparatus with MF signalling and timed
break recall.
11. Call path delay
Call path delay for each speech direction is as follows.
Call path Max. delay | Call path | Max. delay :
PAI — ITS 1000uS ITS — PAT 1000uS
¡ PA1—> 1AS 1000uS 1AS— PAT 1000uS
12. In the event of power failure
A battery installed inside of the Central Control Unit (CCU) will back up full operation of SBS for approxi-
mately 15 to 30 minutes (depends on call traffic condition).
When the battery is exhausted up, an exchange line is switched over to power fail telephone socket,
which is installed adjacent to the CCU.
Connect ordinary telephone to originate and receive calls.
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System Configuration
You can connect key telephones and SLTs to either units, model 416.
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Table 2 shows the power consumption of Central Control Unit.
Table 3 shows the configuration of product in the system.
Table 1 System and
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Path
Path
Path
intercom
Extensions
Key T
le Line T
Personal Dial
Speed Dial
Number of
Speed Dial
Extension Number
Built-in Back
Dimension,
Weight
20 MÍN. *
330 x 500 x 99 mm, 4.3
T 230 x 186 x 82 mm, 0.85
DSS Console 172 x 139 x 44 0.8
DISA OGM Unit 240 x 120 x oo
Indicates an approximation of battery back-up time when the battery is fully charged. it may vary depend-
ing on the amount of charge and consumption.
Time
Central Control Unit
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Table 3 System Configuration
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Model No. Description Quantity | a - Remarks o
Central VB-9150UkK Central Control Unit 416 1 i At mounting of the Expansion
Control Unit At initial mounting: card (Max):
2 Exchange Lines, 4 Exchange Lines,
8 Extensions (including two 16 Extensions
[hybrid ports 7, 8) _
6 Exchange |VB-9211UK |6 Key Telephone o
Line Key VB-9211DSUK 6 Key Telephone with LCD 16 -
Telephone | and Speakerphone |
12 Exchange | VB-9411UK 12 Key Telephone 0 |
Line Key VB-9411DSUK 12 Key Telephone with LCD 16 |
Telephone | and Speakerphone |
VB-9411ADSUK [12 Key Telephone with :
Alphanumeric LCD and ;
Speakerphone a
DSS Console | VB-9431 UK :33 Key DSS Console 2 a
Optional VB-9260UK ; 2 Exchange Line/8 KT
Equipment Expansion Card —
VB-9261UK 2 Exchange Line/8 SLT 1
Expansion Card ~~
VB-9262UK 0 Exchange Line/8 SLT |
Expansion Card _
VB-9273UK Doorphone/Doorlatch 1 i 2 Doorphone I/F
I/F Card 2 Doorlatch I/F
PE Sensor t/F 4
VB-9283UK Call Logging VF Card 1 RS-232C I/F (1200/4800 bps)
Во ~~ ‘Modem VF (300bps) |
VB-9289UK DISA OGM Unit 1 ¡2Ports o
VB-3295PUK Built-in Battery | 1 [07AH — _
VB-30966UK External Paging Adaptor 1 |
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List of Features
Note : The availability of some features will depend upon the type of extension telephone being used.
Making an Exchange Line Call
Making a Call (See page 2-1)
Using the LINE Key (See page 2-1)
Allows you to make an exchange line call by pressing the LINE key and
dialing a telephone number. You need not dial a group number.
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Line Group Dial (See page 2-2)
The he system can handle up to four exchange lines. Allexchange lines belong
to group code 9. You can also divide these exchange lines into groups code
811 to 813. Dialing one of these group codes selects a free line from the
group. This feature is useful when your telephone has more than two
exchange lines and you want to select a specific group.
Prime Line Preference (See page 2-2)
Allows you to automatically access a specific line group without pressing the
LINE key. You can make a call by picking up the handset or pressing the
ON/OFF key and dialing a telephone number. This feature requires pre-
programming.
Direct Exchange Line Access (See page 2-3)
Allows you to select a specific exchange line. This feature is useful when
sending a fax or using the SLT. o
On-Hook Dial (See page 2-4)
Allows you to make a call without picking up the handset. You can talk by
picking up the handset when you hear the voice from the speaker. Using a
speakerphone (VB-9211DSUK, VB-9411DSUK, 941 1ADSUK) allows you
to talk through the built-in microphone when you hear the voice. This feature
is also available for intercom calls.
Last Number Redial (See page 2-4)
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Save Dial (See page 2-5)
During an exchange line call, you can save the telephone number of the call
for later use. Unlike the redial feature, the number saved in this way wiii no!
be erased when you call another number. However, it will be erased if you
save a different number. :
Speed Dial (See page 2-6)
One-Touch Personal Speed Dial for Key Telephone (See page 2-6)
You can assign up to 10 frequently dialed telephone numbers to ONE-
TOUCH keys on your key telephone. Once you have assigned them, you
need to press only one key to call the desired telephone number. For more
about one-touch dial assignment, refer to One-Touch Dial part of the
Assignment section in this book.
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Personal Speed Dial (PSD) for SLT (See page 2-6)
You can assign up to 10 frequently dialed telephone numbers to PSD codes,
90-99, for use at your telephone only. Once you have assigned them, you
need to diai only two digits, to call the desired telephone number. For more
about PSD assignment, refer to the Personal Speed Dial part of the
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System Speed Dial (SSD) (See page 2-7)
- You can assign up to 90 or 200 (if preprogrammed) frequently dialed
telephone numbers to SSD codes, 00-83 (or 000-199), with the administrator's
phone. For more about SSD assignment, refer to the System Speed Dial
part of the Assignment section in this book.
LCR | (See page 2-8)
When the LCR function has been programmed, the LCR function is
automatically activated when you make a call. When you dial the other
party's phone number, the cheapest route programmed under LCR is
selected.
Making an Intercom Call
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You can choose between tone call (ringing sounds) and voice call (speak-
ing). The system default is tone call. You can switch tone call to voice call
by dialing 1 during an intercom call.
Voice Call (See page 3-1)
You can choose between tone call {ringing sounds) and voice call {speak-
ing}. When making a voice call, a splash tone, followed by your voice, is
heard from the telephone receiving your call. You can switch voice call to
tone call by dialing 1 during an intercom call. Voice call is only available to
Panasonic Kay Telephones.
Paging (See page 3-2)
This feature projects your voice through the speakers of other key tele-
phones, enabiing vou to contact someone who is temporarily away from his/
her telephone.
Message Wait (See page 3-3)
When no one answers af an extension, or the extension is busy, you can
leave a message and your extension name at the extension you tried to
reach.
(See page 3-6)
When an extension is busy, you can camp-on the extension by dialing 3.
Additionally, you can notify the extension of your call by sending various
messages.
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Answering a Call
— (Soe page 41)
Allows you to answer any calls (intercom or exchange line calls) just by
picking up the handset.
Handsfree Answer Back, Intercom (See page 4-1)
You can answer an intercom voice call without picking up the handset. You
can talk through the built-in microphone when its LED blinks. You can also
use the handset if you pick up. This feature is for Key Telephone use.
if your telephone is a speakerphone type (YB-9211DSUK, VB-9411DSUK,
3411ADSUK), you can answer any calls {intercom or exchange line calls)
by pressing the ON/OFF key. You can talk through the built-in microphone
when its LED blinks. You can also use the handset if you pick up.
Call Pick-up (See page 4-2)
Group Call Pick-up (See page 4-2)
Allows you to answer calls to other extensions in your paging group using
your telephone. However, you cannot answer alarm calls, or perform cali
back or talk back for other extensions.
Direct Call Pick-up (See page 4-2)
Allows you to answer calls to other extensions not only in your paging group
but also in other paging groups using your telephone. However, you cannot
answer alarm calls, or perform call back or talk back for other extensions.
Hold and Transter
Exclusive Hold (See page 5-1)
Allows you to place a call on exclusive hold to do something else. A call on
exclusive hold can oniy be released by the extension from which it was
placed on hold. Exclusive hold is available both for exchange line calls and
intercom calis.
System Hold (See page 5-2)
Allows you to place an exchange line call on system hold to transter it or
make a conference with it. À call on system hoid can be released by any
extension.
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Allows you to notify a third party extension of a call on hold before
transferring it. This feature is useful when the third party is in another room
and visual confirmation is not possible.
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Unsupervised Transfer (See page 5-2)
Allows you to force the transfer of a call to an extension without notification. a
This feature is useful when you know that the extension exists or it is busy.
Trunk-to-Trunk {See page 5-3)
Allows you to transfer an exchange line call to another exchange line.
- External Conference {See page 5-4)
Allows you to make a conference call among two exchange lines and one
extension, or one exchange line and two extensions. This feature is
particularly useful when making arrangements among three parties or when
arranging schedules.
Intercom Three Party Conference (See page 5-4)
Allows you to make a conference call among three extensions. This feature
is useful when you need a third person's opinion.
Other Useful Features
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o assigned them, you can perform a feature just by pressing one FF key
— instead of dialing its number.
Privacy Release (See page 6-2)
When you are talking on an exchange line, you can let another extension join
Zn in fo make a conference call. The second extension must press the busy FF
key corresponding to the exchange line within 15 sec. after you give it
permission to join in.
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AY (see page 6-3)
Allows you to set an alarm to ring at your telephone at a specific time. Once
it has rung, the alarm will be cancelled.
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DND (Do-Not-Disturb) (See page 6-4) .
Allows you to make your telephone unavailable for incoming calls. Anyone
calling your extension will receive a busy signal.
Absence Message (See page 6-4)
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Call Forward (See page 6-5) ———
Allows you to forward an incoming call to another extension oran exchange
line.
Foliow Me (See page 6-7)
Allows you to automatically transfer incoming Calls rom your usual exten-
sion to your current extension, set from your current extension.
Manager/Secretary working (See page 6-8)
Manager Secretary working groups are set by the system programming.
Each group consists of one secretary and up to three manager extensions.
Maximum eight groups can be set in the system. When a group is set up by
the system programming, call coverage is activated by a manager's exten-
sion.
When the secretary passes a call to the manager whose extension is busy,
call waiting will be generated at the manager's extension and the secretary
can notify her manager.
Call Barring (See page 6-10)
Class of Service (See page 6-10) ———
Allows you to control access from your telephone by assigning one of the five
arcoss levels tn each exchanne line, Thicfeatura can oniv he programmed
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Station Lock Out (See page 6-10)
Allows you to make your telephone unavailable for exchange line calls.
However, a locked-out telephone is still available for intercom calls.
Verified ID Code (See page 6-12)
Verified ID code entry overrides any fol! restrictions placed on an extension.
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using any extension. The extension regains its service class when you hang
up.
Digit Restriction (See page 6-12)
You can program your telephone to restrict exchnage line calls from your
telephone by allowing a specific number of digits. [fyou want to exclude calls
to the pager, assign the pager access dial number to 80-83 of the SSD codes
using the administrator's phone. This feature requires preprogramming.
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2-Digit Restriction (See page 6-12)
You can program your telephone to restrict exchange line calls from your
telephone to numbers beginning with two specific digits, allowing calls to a
specific area only.
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You can program your telephone to retain a restriction when an incoming call
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Dial Restriction (See page 6-13)
You can program your telephone 10 bar specific ic telephone numbers.
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You can always use SSD codes. These override any restrictions placed or on BB
your telephone. Use the administrator's phone to specify which SSD codes
will override. You may specify all of them.
Assignment
Extension Assignment (See page 7-1)
You can assign some features to FF keys and ONE-TOUCH keys for use
at your extension only.
FF key (See page 7-1)
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You can assign up to 10 frequently dialed telephone numbers to ONE-
TOUCH keys. The number of digits assigned to a ONE-TOUCH key must
be no more than 24. Numbers assigned to ONE-TOUCH keys are
automatically assigned to corresponding PSD codes.
Administrator's Phone Assignment (See page 7-8)
You must use the administrator's phone to make the following assignments.
Extension Name (See page 7-8) Le IA page pS Ee
Once a name is assigned to each extension, the name of the extension you
reach is displayed on the LCD of your alphanumeric key telephone.
System Speed Dial (See page 7-9) amd TENE DEE
SSD codes consist of two digits (00-89) or three digits (000- 199) to which
you can assign telephone numbers frequently used by everyone in the
system. There are 90 SSD codes (00-89) or 200 SSD codes (000-199)
available for your convenience.
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You can create 10 absence messages (0-9) which all extensions can use.
Absence messages (0-4) are preprogrammed for your convenience.
Call Wait, Message Wait (See page 7-13)
You can modify five system messages for call wait and message wait. Both
features share the same messages.
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You can assign an ID code to each extension for station lock out. "When a
telephone is locked out, a caller has to enter an ID code to make an
exchange line call.
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You can set the date and time for the system. The date ‘and tir time assigned
are displayed on the LCD on extensions.
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Alphanumeric Character Assignment (See page 7-17)
You can enter alphanumeric characters with the number keys and, in some
cases, special keys. You will need alphanumeric characters for PSD
names, SSD names, extension names, and messages.
Operator Features
You must use the operator's phone to perform operator féatures.
Operator's Phone (See page 8-1)
The operator's phone is designed specially for an operator, having more
functions than telephones located at extensions, Hs extension numberis set
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to 10 as a default, and only one operators phone is installed in the system.
Day/Night Mode Switching (See page 8-1}
The system has Day mode, Night mode, and Lunch mode. Exchange line
ringing assignment and toll restriction vary depending on whether the
system is in Day or Night mode. These two modes are switched automati-
cally at a preprogrammed time for each days of week. However, the
operator can manually switch the mode, and may also set Lunch mode.
Night mode switching may also be manually performed from the
administrator's phone.
Recall Timer for Operator (See page 8-2)
You can separately preprogram the timer for hold recall and transfer recall
for the operator's phone.
DSS console (See page 8-2)
A DSS console has keys to which you can assign exterision numbers. You
can connect up © Wo DSS consoles io separate extensions through
extension ports af a system. This allows you to add more FF kay features
on the operator's phone.
Administrator's Phone
The administrator's phone is designed for the system manager to program
various seftings for the entire system.
Administrator s Phone (See page 9-1)
The system has only one administrator's phone, and its extension number
is set to 10 as a default. However, you may assign another telephone as a
temporary administrator's phone.
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Cali Logging (See page 9-2)
You can print or display a variety of information concerning calis made using
the system by connecting an optional HS-232C interface, serial printer (or
SMDR), and personal computer to the system. Call fogging includes date
and time of calls, number of calls, exchange line numbers called, and an
account code, if desired.
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Programming Mode (See page 9-3)
Programming with the Administrator's Phone (See page 9-3)
You can program the system only with the administrator's phone, which has
an LCD. Refer to the Programming Manual for details.
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With a computer connected to the system, you can confirm and modify
programming performed using the administrator's phone, including SSDs,
PSDs, extension names, CDRs, absence messages, etc. To enter on-site
programming mode, use a key telephone or SLT. For details about
programming, refer to the Programming Manual. (Communication software
must be installed into a personal computer.)
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Batch Output of Programming Data (See page 9-5)
When a printer is connected via the optional RS-232C interface, the
program settings can be batch output by operating the administrator's
phone.
Single Line Telephone (SLT)
SLT Connection (See Installation Manual)
Key telephones and SLTs can be connected to the system through tele-
phone ports. You must program which telephone to connect. Atinitial
mounting, you can connect two SLTs to ports 7 and 8. if you want to connect
more SLTs, you need install an optional SLT expansion card: 2 Exchange
Line/8 SLT Expansion Card (VB-9261UK) or O Exchange Line/8 SLT
Expansion Card (VB-9262UK). You can install either of the above cards to
the 416 system. However, when you connect an SLT, you must also specify
the type: DPSLT or MFSLT (initial: MFSLT).
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(See User Guide (SLT)
An SLT has less features than a key telephone because there are no LCD,
FF keys, ONE-TOUCH keys, or FUNCTION keys on the SLT. For features
available for the SLT, see the User Guide (SLT).
Optional Features
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You can page through an external paging system if one is connected to the
system. Your voice also goes through the speakers on all telephones
belonging to three paging groups. When you are paged, you can answer at
any extension.
Power Failure (See page 10-1)
When a power failure occurs, you can still use the system for approximately
20 minutes if it has a built-in battery. However, it wilt not work when the
battery is completely discharged. Connecting a Power Failure Telephone
(SLT) to the system allows trunk line to cut through directly to SLT during a
power failure, enabling outgoing and incoming exchange line calls.
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A sensor can be connected to the system through the sensor terminal on the
doorphone interface. When a sensor detects visitors or any other alarms,
it sends a signal to the key telephone.
Doorphone {See page 10-2)
Up to two doorphones (A and B) can be connected to the system. When
someone presses the button on a doorphone, a telephone assigned to the
door will ring for 15 sec. You may use it to speak to the person at the door.
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Up to two door openers (A and B) can be connected to the system. You can
open a door using the telephone assigned to the door opener. You may
open the door where a visitor is located while speaking to the visitor, or a
specific door (A or B) without speaking to the visitor.
Background Music (BGM) (See page 10-3)
You can play background music through the speaker on your telephone.
Music stops when the handset is off-hook and also when your telephone
rings.
(See page 10-4)
You can use a headset when you need both hands free. Disconnect the
handset from the telephone, and connect the headset. In headset mode,
answer a call by pressing the ON/OFF key. Use an electret-type headset;
a carbon-type headset is not compatible with the system.
DISA OGM Unit (VAU) (See page 10-5)
If you connect a DISA OGM Unit to the system, the DISA OGM Unit answers
and speaks to an incoming call. Then, the caller outside can proceed feature
with DTMF signals, following the message.
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2) Built-In Speaker For ringing, or listening to tone and voice calls.
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MIC LED
Display(LCD)
Large LED
For making on-hook calls and assigning speed dial numbers. The LED lights
up when the ON/OFF key is pressed or when a FF key is used to get an
exchange line and activate the monitor function.
For making exchange line calis.
For adjusting the LCD contrast, ringing volume, speaker volume and BGM
volume,
For placing calls on hold or releasing intercom calls on hold. Also used for
storing SSD and PSD assignments,
For turning the built-in microphone on and off.
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For making conference calls, or confirming entries of speed dial numbers
and FF key functions. It's also used temporarily for releasing privacy of your
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Indicates the FF key is in use. !t lights or blinks in green or red depending
on the features.
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Lights up in green when Do-Not-Disturb or call forward has been set. Also
lights up in red when you make an intercom cali, fiashes quickly when you
have an intercom call on hold, and flashes slowly when you receive an
intercom fone call.
Indicates the MIC key has been pressed to turn on the built-in microphone,
and on-hook answer is available. it blinks in handsfree speakerphone mode.
Displays date and time when the telephone is not in use. During a cali, it
displays the dialed number, PSD or S50 name, or extension name, as well
as the duration of the call. When you receive an intercom call, the extension
number or name of the caller is displayed.
Also displays guidance for feature assignments, absence messages, alarms,
the extension number of the telephone you are connected to, and other
information.
Note: Segment type display models {(VB-9211DSUK, VB-9411DSUK) have
limited guidances compared to alphanumeric display model (УВ-
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Adjusting Display Contrast and Volume Level
LCD Display Contrast (Telephones with Alphanumeric LCD Only)
You can adjust the LCD display conirast. The display will grow dimmer when the right side of the VOLUME
key is pressed, and brighter when the left side is pressed. Do not pick up the handset or press the ON/QFF
key before the following operation.
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Ringing Volume
You can set the ringing volume to any of five different levels. It becomes louder when the right side of the
VOLUME key is pressed, and softer when the left side is pressed,
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Speaker Volume
You can set the speaker volume (including the voice cal! receiving volume) to any of five different levels. it
becomes louder when the right side of the VOLUME key is pressed, and softer when the left side is pressed.
Adjust the volume while you hear a tone or voice through the speaker.
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You can set the BGM volume to any of five different levels. it becomes louder when the right side of the
VOLUME key is pressed, and softer when the left side is pressed. Adjust the volume while listening to the
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Making an Exchange Line Call
Making a Call
Using the LINE Key
You can make an exchange line call by pressing the LINE key and dialing a telephone number. You need
not dial a group number.
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Pulse to DTMF Signal Conversion
You can send DTMF signals by pressing = or # after dialing a telephone number. This feature is useful for calling bank
computers.
By programming, the system automatically sends DTMF signals after dialing a telephone number.
Long Speech Alarm
The alarm beeps after you have been speaking for 2 min. and 30 sec. Afterwards, it beeps every 3 min.
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This feature requires programming and only available for key telephone.
Account Code
This system can record a separate account code for each client. Each account code can be up to 10 digits long. If you
want to enter an account code and make a call, do the following:
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Trunk Queuing
When all exchange lines are busy, use this feature to tell you when a line becomes free.
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This feature is useful when your telephone has more than two exchange lines and you want to select a
specific group. Use this feature when you are calling from an SLT and you need a vacant line.
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Group Code (8, 811,
Group Code
812, 813)
The system can handle up to four exchange lines. All exchange lines belong to group code 9. You can also divide these
exchange lines into group code 811 to 813 by programming. Dialing 9 or one of these group codes opens a vacant fine.
Telephone Number
Trunk Queuing
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You can automatically access a specific line group without pressing the LINE key. You can make a call by
picking up the handset or pressing the ON/OFF key and dialing a telephone number. This feature requires
pre-programming.
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You can select an exchange line by pressing an FF key if you have assigned it an exchange line number.
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Using an FF Key
You can assign SSD codes to FF keys. Once you have assigned them, you can reach the number just by pressing the
FF key instead of dialing the telephone number. Be sure to assign group code 9 before SSD codes. Ш
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Trunk Queuing
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You can select a specific exchange line. This feature is useful when sending a fax or using the SLT.
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Trunk Queuing
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On-Hook Dial
You can make a call without picking up the handset. Use the handset when you hear the voice from the
speaker. Using a speakerphone (VB-9211DSUK, VB-8411DSUK, 9411ADSUK]) allows you to talk through
the built-in microphone when you hear the voice.
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When you call using the LINE key, ONE-TOUCH key, or FF key, you need not press the ON/OFF key for exchange line a
call.
Last Number Redial
You can redial the {ast outside telephone number dialed just by pressing the REDIAL key after seizing a line.
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To confirm the last telephone number dialed
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Auto Repeat Dial
If you redial with the REDIAL while you hear a busy tone, the telephone automatically redials after a certain period of
time.
This feature is available when making an on-hook dial call on a key telephone.
After Auto Repeat Dia! is set, ON/OFF key's led will blink red.
Save Dial
During an exchange line call, you can save the telephone number of the outgoing call for later use. Unlike
the Redia! feature, the number saved in this way will not be erased when you call another number. However,
it will be erased if you save a different number.
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To confirm the telephone number saved (Telephones with LCD Only)
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Speed Dial
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You can assign up to 10 frequently dialed telephone numbers to ONE-TOUCH keys for use at your tele-
phone only. ONE-TOUCH keys (1-10) correspond to PSD codes (90-99) respectively, and the numbers
assigned to ONE-TOUCH keys are also assigned to corresponding PSD codes (90-99) on your telephone
automatically. Once you have assigned them, you need press only one key, or short code in case of SLT, to
call the desired telephone number. For more about ONE-TOUCH key assignment, refer to the ONE-
TOUCH key part of the Assignment section in this book.
To call with a ONE-TOUCH Key from key telephone (An Extension Num-
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To confirm the Telephone Number Assigned to a ONE-TOUCH Key
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839 {or 000-199), with the administrator's phone. For more about SSD assignment, refer to the System
Speed Dial part of the Assignment section in this book.
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To confirm the telephone number assigned to an SSD Code
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LCR <>
When the LCR function has been programmed, the LCR function is automatically activated when you make
a call. When you dial the other party's phone number, the cheapest route is automatically selected. This _
feature requires system programming and a special contract with the telephone company. Please consult
with your local dealer.
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You can choose between tone call (ringing sounds) and voice call (speaking). The system default is tone
call. You can switch tone call to voice call by dialing 1 during an intercom call. You can also program your
telephone to make an intercom voice call when only an extension number is dialed, or to make an intercom
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Extension Number
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Operator Call
If you want to cali the operator, dial O.
Speed Dial
An extension number can be assigned to a ONE-TOUCH key or an FF key.
On-Hook Diai
You can make a call without picking up the handset.
Press the ON/OFF key instead of picking up the handset.
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. You can choose between tone call (ringing sounds) and voice call (speaking). When making a voice call, a
splash tone, followed by your voice, is heard from the telephone receiving your call. You can switch voice
call to tone call by dialing 1 during an intercom call. You can also program your telephone to make an
intercom voice call when only an extension number is dialed, or to make an intercom tone call when 1 is
dialed following an extension number.
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This feature projects your voice through the speakers of other key telephones, enabling you to contact
someone who is temporarily away from his/her telephone.
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External Paging
if an external paging sysiem is connected ihe system, you can aiso page through it. See Extemai Paging in the Optionai
Features section.
Paging Group Code
The system has 3 paging groups (1-3). Select the group(s) you want to page.
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LAB (Loud Ringing Beil)
Program setting allows you to transmit the Incoming ring tone on an exchange or internal line to external paging.
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Message Wait GEA
When no one answers at an extension, or the extension is busy, you can leave a message and your exten-
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Message Walt with SLT
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DND, Absence Message, Call Forward
You can leave a message to the extension which is set in DND or absence m message. However, if the extension you
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Busy Tone or Ringback Tone after Leaving a Message
If a busy tone or ringback tone continues afterdiaiing a message code, you could not leave a message.
Number of Message Settings
Though only one message can be received for each key telephone, messages can be sent fo two or more key
telephones from one key telephone.
Making an Intercom Line Call
To leave an Add-on Message
A= A
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Extansion Number
(10-25)
To leave — Message code (1 -5)
Message Wait
A
Add-on Message
You can leave an additional message for message wait. Use the same massages as cali wait. There are
five messages available for your convenience. See page 3-6 for the call wait messages.
To confirm an Add-on message you have received
(Telephones with Alphanumeric LCD Only)
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To finish
To call back to an extension that Left the message
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Automatic Cancellation of Message Wait
Message wait is automatically canceled when vou return a call
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To cancel a message without calling back
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To cancel the Message You Left
If you want to cancel the message you left, call the extension again from the telephone you used to leave it. о
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Making an Intercom Line Call _
Cali Wait (Camp-On)
When an extension is busy, you can camp-on the extension by dialing 3. Additionally, you can notify the
extension of your call by sending various messages.
To send a Call Wait
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Busy Tone Turns
Ringback Tone
Message Code
When you send a call wait message, the call waiting signal will sound at the extension you reached. On the telephone at
the extension, the INT LED lights up, and the LCD displays the message you sent. Hf you do not dial a message code,
there will be no message on the LCD at the extension.
You can choose one of the following messages:
Extension Number
(10-25)
Message Code
(and Wait)
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These messages are already stored in the system. You can modify them with the administrator's phone.
Intercom Call Back
If you cannot reach an extension you want to contact, dial 6 änd press the ON/OFF key when you hear the busy tone.
When the extension becomes free, it will automatically call you and you can reach the extension just by picking up the
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To Cancel
Call wait is automatically canceled when you press the ON/OFF key or replace the handset.
Call Wait with SLT
Sending a call wait from a key telephone to an SLT can not be performed. However, in the reversed direction, it is
available.
Making an Intercom Line Call
To answer a Call Wait during a call
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If you answer a call wait, the first call you have is placed on hold and you are automatically connected to the other line.
The first call you have can be either an exchange line call or intercom call.
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Auto Answer
You can answer any calls (intercom or exchange line calls) just by picking up the handset.
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To answer with the ON/OFF Key
If programmed, you can answer a call with the ON/OFF key instead of picking up the handset.
Ringing Tone
The ringing tone for incoming calls can be changed for each line port with programming.
Non-Ringing Auto Answer
When an Incoming call is on the line to which your telephone doss not have a direct access, your telephone does not ring
and the LED on an FF kay blinks slowly in red. If non-ringing auto answer is programmed, you can answer any calls to
your paging group. just by picking up the handset.
Handsfree Answer Back, Intercom (Key Telephones only)
You can answer an intercom voice call without picking up the handset. You can talk through the built-in
microphone when its LED lights. You can also use the handset if you pick up.
Intercom Voice Call
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Handsfree Answer, Speakerphone
If your telephone is a speakerphone (VB-9211DSUK, VB-9411DSUK, 9411ADSUK]), you can answer any
calls {intercom or exchange line calls) by pressing the ON/OFF key. You can talk through the built-in micro-
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Call Pick-up
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Group Call Pick-up <P> 7
You can answer calls to other extensions in your paging group using your telephone. However, you cannot
answer alarm (time reminder) calls, or perform call back for other extensions.
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Direct Call Pick-up <a (A
You can answer calls to other extensions not only in your paging group but also in other paging groups using
your telephone. However, you cannot answer an alarm (time reminder) call, or perform call back for other
extensions.
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Extension Number
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Hold and Transfer
Exclusive Hold a
You can put a call on exclusive hold to do something else. A call on exclusive hold can only be released by
the extension from which it was put on hold. Exclusive hold is available both for exchange line calls and
intercom calls.
Exchange Line Hold
To Hold To Helease
J ed
Exchange Line
which you are using
Press same Exchange
Line again
Hold Recall
if a call on hold is not answered within a certain period of time, a hold recall tone sounds on the telephone which placed
the call on hoid.
Intercom Hold
To Hold
To Release
Hold Recall
Hold recall is not available for intercom hold.
Brokers Hold
When you are talking to an extension with another intercom call on hold, you can switch the line just by pressing the
HOLD key.
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Svstem Hold
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You can put an exchange line call on system hold to transfer it or make a conference with it. A callon
system hold can be released by any extension,
A Te Hold To Release
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Press Exchange Line
which is placed on hold
To release a call on hold
» Pick up the handset and press the held FF key. (The FF key flashes in red.)
- Pick up the handset and dial “881” if FF keys are not equipped. (n: exchange line number)
Supervised Transter
You can notify a third party extension of an exchange fine call on hold before transferring it. This feature is
useful when the third party is in another room and visual confirmation is not possible.
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You can force transfer an exchange line call to an extension without nofification. This feature is useful when
you know that the extension exists or il is busy.
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Extension Number
(10-25)
Transfer Recall
If a transterred call is not answered within à certain period of time, a transfer recall tone sounds on the telephone which
transferred the call.
Hold and Transfer
Trunk-to-Trunk <Es>
You can transfer an exchange line call to another exchange line.
Vacant Exchange
Line (FF key)
Telephone Number
Disconnection
Trunk-to-trunk talk is disconnected when;
1. A disconnection signal is received from exchange line.
it is disconnected when a Polarity Reverse signal or break signal is received from an exchange line.
2. A specifled period of time has been passed.
The system has a timer monitoring a trunk-to-trunk talk. You can set this timer to 1 to 40 minutes.
Trunk-to-trunk talk is automatically disconnected after a period of time specified to the timer.
3. A Busy Tone from PSTN is detected.
Set the number of Busy Tone detections by the programmed setting. Trunk-to-trunk talk is disconnected when the
number of Busy Tones set here is detected.
4. The extension which transferred the call joined in the talk and hangs up.
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External Conference
You can make a conference cali among two exchange lines and one extension, or one exchange line and
two exiensions. This feature is particularly useful when making arrangements among three parties or when
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Vacant Exchange Telephone Number
Line (FF key)
To Hold
Exchange Line Call
or Intercom Call
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To Make a Conference Call with an Internal 3rd Party
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Exchange Line Call Extension Number
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You can make a conference call among three extensions. This feature is useful when you need a third
person's opinion.
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FF Key
You can assign frequently used features 10 ЕР keys. Once you have assigned them, you can perform a
feature just by pressing one FF key instead of dialing its number. You can assign exchange lines, PSD/SSD
codes, or extension numbers to FF keys. For FF key assignment, refer to the FF key part of the “Assign-
ment” section in this book,
To Use an FF Key
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Direct Exchange Line Access
If you assign exchange lines, 881-884 (intially assigned), to FF keys, you can access an exchange line just by pressing
an FF key. You don't have to press the ON/OFF key or pick up the handset.
Exchange Line Status Indication BB
The LED on an FF key indicates condition of the exchange line if assigned. When you use the line, it flashes in green.
When another extension uses the line, it stays lit in red.
Serial Call
If extensicn numbers, 10-25, are assigned to FF keys, you can terminate the current intercom call and make another
intercom call by pressing an FF key. This feature is available either when you are talking or when the busy tone ls
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Exchange Line Auto Hold
H extension numbers, 10-25, are assigned to FF keys, you can place the current exchange line call on hold and make an
intercom cali by pressing an FF key.
if the paging feature is assigned to an FF key, you can place the current exchange line call on hold and page by pressing
the FF key.
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If extension numbers, 10-25, are assigned to FF keys, you can cali an extension by pressing an FF key. The LED on an
FF key indicates the following conditions of the extension assigned.
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Privacy Release
When you are talking on an exchange line, you can let another extension join in to make a conference call.
The extension must press the Exchange Line key (FF key) within 15 sec. after you give it permission to join
in.
Exchange line
Caller Presses
From other Extension
Press busy(red) FF key
Sending a Timed Break Signal <>
You can send a Timed Break Signal while talking on an exchange line.
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PLA
Flash
You can use the FL/R key for the flash function according to the program setting. If you press the FL/A key white talking
on an exchange line or an internal line. you can release current call and reselze same line as a new call, without ____
returning the handset. BE E. : -
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Other Useful Features
Alarm
You can set an alarm to ring at your key telephone at a specific time. Once it has rung, the alarm is auto-
matically canceled. H you are using the telephone at the time the alarm is set to ring, there wilt be no alarm.
in the following example, enter 07152 to set the alarm at 7:15 PM (19:15). This feature is available for key
telephone only.
To set the Alarm
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To confirm the Alarm Setting (Telephones with LCD Only)
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or [CONF] key To finish
To cancel the Alarm
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To Stop the Alarm Ringing
Pick up the handset or press the ON / OFF key.
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No-Answer
DND (Do-Not-Disturb) o o Bias
You can make your telephone unavailable for incoming calls. Anyone calling your extension will receive a
busy signal.
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To Cancel
Repeat the procedure.
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Absence Message
You can leave a message at your extension saying why you are out and the time you will return.
To set the Absence Message
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Message Code
You can assign five messages to the message codes, 5-9. The message codes, 0-4, are initially assigned for the
system. For message code assignment, refer to the Absence Message part of the “Assignment” section in this book.
Procedure 4 may
skipped.
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Other Useful Features
To cancel the Absence Message
Call Forward q ВЕ
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Call Forward Code Extension Number
(10-25)
Call Forward Code
unction
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To confirm the Call Forward from an extension assigned (Telephones
with LCD Only)
ar [CONF] key To finish
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Other Useful Features
To forward a Call to an exchange line
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Qutside Forwarding
if you set a telephone to forward calls 10 outside, incoming calls io the telephone are automatically transferred to the
number assigned to PSD code 99. Line Access Coda(d, or 811 -81 3) must be included in front of dialing number on PSD
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99. Ее Ее, you пеева NOL did! dn EXTENSIÓN number wen setting. il IU LAA OT is noi assigned, you WL 110 EAT
busy tone, and can not set the call forward.
When a telephone is set to forward calls to exchange line, you can not use it to make and receive a call.
The following operations can be carried out ever during setting of Cal! Forward from the > exchange tine.
72 » Cancels Call Forward ето re
88x : Acquires an extra exchange line (x: Exchange line No) o | o
74nnnn: Sets/cancels Station Lock Out (nnnn: ID code)
When this feature is assigned, outgoing intercom call will not be available. Operator cannot assign this feature.
Yo cancel the Call Forward
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Other Useful Features
Follow Me a |
Allows you to automatically transfer incoming calls on each of the extension phones to your own extension
phone.
To set Follow Me
Source extension No. 3 т Target extension No.
(10-25) w (Own extension) (10-25)
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To cancel Follow Me
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(10-25)
To cancel Follow Me from Operator's Phone and Admistrator’s Phone
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Source extension No. 582
(10-25)
Target extension No.
(10-25)
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Other Useful Features
ı Follow Me assignment from an extension assigned
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or [CONF] key To finish
To confirm Follow Me assignment from Operator's Phone or
Admistrator's Phone
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Extension No.
(10-25)
To finish
[ Display ]
from Extension No. For example, 13-14- means this extension is forwarded from exten-
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Manager/Secretary working
Manager Secretary working groups are set by the system programming. Each group consists of one secre-
tary and un to three manager extensions.
Maximum eight groups can be set in the system. When a group is set up by the system programming, cali _
coverage is activated by a manager's extension.
When the secretary passes a call to the manager whose extension is busy, call waiting will be generated at
the manager's extension and the secretary can nolity her manager.
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Other Useful Features
Preparation (At secretary’s extension)
To set Follow Me to secretary
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To set BLF key of Manager's extension to secretary's extension
Manager's
Extension No. (10-25)
Own Extension
No. (10-25)
Managers
Extension No. (10-25)
BLF(Busy Lamp Field)
By assigning an extension number to each FF key, this feature indicates whether each extension is in use or not, on
each LED of FF key.
Although BLF is registered a use is not allowed to pick up an incoming call by pressing its key.
This feature is useful for an operator,
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Other Useful Features
Operation (At secretary's extension)
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Answer to forwarded
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When DND/ABM is Set I
When the manager's extension is set to DND/ABM, incoming calis and Cal! Back calis cannot be made to ring.
Call Barring
Class of Service
You can control access from your telephone by assigning one of the five access levels to each exchange
line. This feature can oniy be programmed with the administrator 5 phone.
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Class 0: Exchange line calls are prohibited.
(except emergency calls.) Ce
Class 1: | Long distance calls are prohibited.
Class 2: | Specific long distance calls are permitted.
Class 3: | International dialing | is prohibited о _ _ re
Class 4: ; _ | № restrictions. o . ps
Day Mode and Night Mode
A different access level can be programmed for day and night at each extension.
Station Lock Out | <> (25)
You can make your
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To Unlock an extension
Pi "E 98
1D Code
(0000-9999)
ID Code
ID codes, 0000-5989 must be programmed from the administrator's phone. See the ID Code for Station Lock Out partin —
the Assignment section in this book.
Making a Call
Exchange line calls are prohibited until Station Lock Qut is canceled.
To change the ID Code of Station Lock Out
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Old ID code New ID code
(0000-9999! (0000-9999)
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Other Useful Features
Verified ID Code a | a <a
Verified ID code entry overrides any toll restrictions placed on an extension. By entering a verified iD code,
you will get an access class to make a call using any extension. The extension regains Rs service class _.
when you hung up. ВЕ
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Verified ID code
{0-9999998)
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Vacant Exchange
Line (FF key)
Verified 1D Code
A verified ID code ls a 7 (max.) digit code programmed with the administrator's phone. You can assign a class of service
to a verified ID code. When you enter a verified 1D code, you receive a class of service assigned to the verified ID code.
If a wrong veritied ID code is entered, you receive a class of service assigned 10 the axtension.
Digit Restriction <>
You can program your telephone to restrict exchange line calls from your telephone by allowing only specific
numbers. These numbers have 7-32 digits depending on the program. if you want to exclude calis to the
pager, assign the pager access dial number to 80-89 of the SSD codes using the administrator's phone.
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You can program your telephone to prevent numbers with * or #.
2-Digit Restriction | | | <>
You can program your telephone to restrict exchange line calls from your telephone to numbers beginning
with twa specific digits, allowing calls to a specific area only.
Outward Dialing Restriction at incoming Сай <>
You can program your telephone to retain a restriction when an incoming call is terminated by the caller.
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Other Useful Features
Dial Restriction <És>
You can program your telephone to be unavailable for specific telephone numbers.
To Cancel Dial Restriction
You can cancel dial restriction anly by re-programming with the administrator's phone.
TRS Override with SSD <> N
You can program specific SSD codes to override any restrictions placed on your telephone. Use the
administrator's phone to specify which SSD codes to override. You may specify all of them.
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Extension Assignment
FF Key
You can assign exchange lines, extension numbers, PSD/SSD codes, etc., to FF keys. The number of digits
assigned must be no more than four.
To assign a feature to an FF Key
” FF Key to Assign
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Feature to Assign
See page 7-3
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To Repeat
if you want to assign another FF key, repeat the procedure 2 to 5 (do not press ON/OFF key).
To Assign by Programming
You can also program to assign a feature to an FF key using the administrator's phone.
If four exchange lines are accommodated, FF1 to FF4 is fixed as the exchange line key 1 to the exchange line key 4.
To confirm a feature assigned (Telephones with LCD Only)
or [CONF] key FF Key To finish
Assignment | | - —
To cancel a feature assigned
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FF Kay to Release
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FF Key Features and LED o
LED lights to indicates that any of the following FF key features are in use. It does not Eght for any other FF key
features.
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Trunk Queuing INT One-touch Cal!
Doorphone Paging
Door Opener
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Features Available for FF Key Assignment
Any of the following (four digits max.) can be assigned to FF keys:
Assignment
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FEATURE _ OPERATION _ _ REMARKS ee... | PAGE
Absence Message Setting 1711 IM DOM n=Message Code (0-9) 6-4
XX XX=Heturning Time (0000-9999)
Absence Message Cancellation [71] 6-5
Answer to Paging 169] 3-2
Batch Output of Programming Data [#97] (XXXXn) XXXX=ID code (0000-9999) 9-4
n = Output code (0 to 4)
BGM (On/Off) [#53] 10 - 3
Call Forward Setting (All calls) [721] (nn) nn=Extension No. (10-25) 6-6
Cail Forward Setting (No Answer) [725] (пп) n=Extension No. (10-25) 6-6
Call Forward Setting (No Answer/Busy) [722] (nn) nn=Extension No. {10-25) 6-6
Call Forward Setting (On Busy) [723] (nn) nn=Extenslon No. (10-25) 6-6
Call Forward Setting {Exchange Ling) [724] 6-7
Cali Forward Cancellation [72] 6-7
Call Forward Confirmation [+ 72] 6-6
Call Logging [#93] Available only with the administrator's phone. 9-2
Call Wait [3] 3-5
Change 1D Code of Station Lock Out [74] (XXXXYYYY) XXXX=Oid ID Cade for Station Lock Out (C000-99991 | 6-11
| Y Y Y Y=New ID Coge for Stator: Lock Out (0000- 9359)
Direct Call Pick-up : [7*] [nn] nn=Extension No. 4-2
UND SettingrCanceliation : [73] 6-5
Door Opener À [54] 10 - 3
Door Opener B [55] 10 - 3
Door Opener A/B [53] Available when talking through a dcorphone. 10-3
Doorphone A Call [51] 10 - 2
Doorphone B Call [52] : 10 - 2
Exchange Line [88n] : n=Exchange Line Number (1-4) 2-3
Follow Me Selling [77] (nnram) "E 1 8-7
Follow Me Cancellation [77] (nn) nn = Transfer source extension No. ¿(10 to 25) | 6-7
Follow Me Cancellation from operator [77 * ] (nn) (mm) mm = Transfer target extension No. (10 to 25) | 6-8
or administrator
Fallow Me Confirmation [* 77] or [CONF 77] 6-8
Group Call Pick-up [70] 4-2
Headset Mode{Setting/Canceliation) [#51] 10-4
INT Call Back with CW [6] 3-5
Intercom call {10] - [25} 10 - 25 = Extension No. 3-1
Line Group Dial [9] or [nnn] nnn=Group No. (811-813) 2-2
Lunch Mode (Setting‘Cancellation) [#54] Available only with the operator's phone or 8-2
administrator's phone.
Massage Wait [2] 3-3
Message Wait Cancellation [792] 3-4
Message Wait Confirmation [+ 79] 3-4
Message Wait with Cal! Back 1791] 3-4
Automatic Mode Switching Cancellation | [#55] Available only with the operator's phone or 8-1
(Holiday Night Mode Setting) administrator's phone,
Day/Night Mode Switching (Day/Night) #52] Available only with the operator's phone or В - 1
administrator's phone.
Operator Call 10] 3-1
Paging (All Groups) [601 3-2
Paging (Group 1) [61] 3-2
Paging (Group 2) [62] 3-2
Paging (Group 3 6. External Paging) [63] 3-2
Programming Mode [MEMORY ##] (ONE-TOUCH) | Available only with the administrator's phone. 9-3
Save Dial Assignment [MEMORY 9 *] 2.5
Save Dial Call [MEMORY +] 2-5
Save Dial Confirmation [+ MEMORY =] 2.5
SSD Call [MEMORY nn] or [MEMORY nnn} | nn or nnn=SSD No. (00-89) or (000-199) 2-7
Station Lock Out Setting/Cancellation [74] (XXXX) XXXX=ID Code for Station Lock Out (0000- 9999) 6-10
Tone/Volce Call Switching [1] 3-1
Trunk Queuing [6] 2-1
DISA Message recording (1st message) | [+ 981} ;10-5
DISA Message recording (2nd message) | [+ 982] 10-56
DISA Confirmation of Recording fist message) | |» 971) :10-5
DISA Contimation of Recording {2nd message) | { * 972] ‘10 - 5
DISA Registration of reception extension | [» 99] (nmm) n = Registration code (0 to 9) 110-6
No./DISA speed-dial mm = Extention Number (10-25) 110 - 6
Note [ 1. One procedure inthe operation — (
7-3
); Can not be assigned though necessary in operation
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Assignment
ONE-TOUCH Key (Personal Speed Dial)
You can assign up to 10 frequently dialed telephone numbers to ONE-TOUCH keys. The number of digits
assigned to a ONE-TOUCH key must be no more than 24. Numbers assigned to ONE-TOUCH keys are
automatically assigned to corresponding PSD codes.
To assign a number to a ONE-TOUCH Key for key telephone
a
Mm
ONE-TOUCH Key Exchange line Access
Number (9, 811-813)
y Number to Assign y To store
To Repeat
If you want to assign another ONE-TOUCH key, repeat the procedure 2 to 6 (do not press ON/OFF kay).
SLT
See User Guide (SLT).
Keys Available for One-Touch Dial Assignment
PSD Codes and ONE-TOUCH Keys
PSD codes (90-99) correspond to ONE-TOUCH keys (1-10). The left most ONE-TOUCH key in the lower mw
represents No.1, and the right most ONE-TOUCH key in the upper row represents No.10.
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Assignment
To confirm a number assigned to a ONE-TOUCH Key
(Telephones with LCD Only)
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To finish
To cancel a number assigned to a ONE-TOUCH Key
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To assign a PSD Name (Corresponding ONE-TOUCH Key)
[vor]
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(5) es
PSD Code Number
(See P.1-15 10 16)
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PSD Name (1st Letter) Define and Forward PSD Name To store
{Next Letter)
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Example of PSD Name Entry
If you want to assign “Mary” as a PSD name, for example, do the following. You need press the FL/R key after each.
character to proceed. See page 7-17.
SSSPESSSSELEEESSESLSSSE
(M)
To Repeat
If you want to assign another PSD Name, repeat the procedure 4 to 8 (do not press ON/OFF key)
To confirm a PSD Name (Telephones with Aiphanumeric LCD Only)
MEMORY
or [CONF] key
A SO: Bes
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PSD Code Number To finish
(See P.1-15 to 16)
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Assignment
To cancel a PSD Name
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PSD Name after Cancellation
A PSD name is replaced with its default name when canceled.
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PSD Code Number
(See P.1-15 to 16)
* By assigning a new name, the original name will be erased automatically.
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Assignment
Administrator's Phone Assignment
Extension Name
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Once a name is assigned to each extension, the name of the extension you reach is displayed on the LCD
on your telephone. Extension names can only be programmed with the administrator's phone. This feature
is available for alphanumeric key telephones.
To assign a name to an extension
quer = EE
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Extension Number
{10-25)
— A |
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Extension Name Define and Forward Extension Name To store
(1st Letter) (Next Letter)
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Example of Extension Name Entry
If you want to assign “Mary” as an Extension name, for example, do the following. You need press the FL/R key after
each character to proceed, See page 7-17.
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SLP. Bos
To Repeat
If you want to assign another Extension Name, repeat the procedure 4 to B (dc not press ON/OFF key).
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Assignment
To cancel an extension name
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Extension Name after Cancellation
An extension name is replaced with its default name when cancelled.
System Speed Dial <b> ea
You can assign telephone numbers frequently used by everyone in the system to SSD codes. SSD codes
consist of either two digits (00-89) or three digits (000-199) depending on your selection in the program,
allowing 90 or 200 SSD codes available for your convenience. SSD codes can only be programmed with the
administrator's phone.
Extension Number
(10-25)
HOLD
To assign a number to an SSD Code
SSD Code
00-89 (or 000-199)
LE)
Telephone Number To stare
3-digit SSD Codes
Requires programming to use 3-digit codes (000-199).
To Repeat
if you want to assign another SSD Code, repeat the procedure 3 10 6 (do not press ON/OFF key).
Assignment
To confirm an SSD Code assigned (Telephones with LCD Only)
A
y
A
= À
or [CONF] key
e
SSD Code
00-89 (or 000-199)
В
To finish
To Confirm an SSD Code with Non Administrator's Telephone
You can confirm an SSD code using any key telephones with LCD.
To cancel an SSD Code assigned
3
SSD Code
00-89 {or 000-199)
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Assignment
To assign an SSD Name
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SSD Code 7 |
00-89 (or 000-199)
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= SSD Name F Define and Forward SSD Name To store
а (1st Letter) (Next Letter)
rr of SSD Name Entry
= If you want to assign “Mary” as an SSD name, for example, do the following. You need press the FL/R key after each
: character to proceed. See page 7-17.
DOSESSHESSSSSSSSSSsesss | 1B
Е (a)
7 то » Repeat
Li If you want to assign another Extension Name, repeat the procedure 4 to 8 {do not press ON/OFF key).
Е To confirm an SSD Name assigned (Telephones with Alphanumeric LCD
Only)
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SED Code
00-83 (or 000-199)
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or [CONF] key
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Assignment
To cancel an SSD Name assigned
SSD Code
00-89 (or 000-199)
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You can create 10 absence messages (0-9) which ali extensions can Use. Absence > messages (O -4) ar
preprogrammed for your convenience. Absence messages can only be antered with the administrators
phone.
To assign a Message to an Absence Message Code
fo met] EE E A
ON/OFF MENURY
Absence Message
Code (0-9)
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Message (1st Letter) Define and Forward Message To store
See 7-17 (Next Letter)
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Assignment
To cancel an Absence Message assigned
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Absence Message
Code (0-9)
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To modify a Message
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Message To store
See 7-17 (Next Letter)
Message {1st Letter) y Define and Forward
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Assignment
To cancel a Message assigned
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Message Code (1-5)
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has to enter an ID code to make an exchange line call. The default is no lockout. iD codes can only
entered and confirmed with the administrators phone.
To assign an ID Code for Station Lock Out
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Extension Number
(10-25)
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ID Code (0000-9999) ВЕ
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Assignment
To confirm an ID Code assigned for Station Lock Out
(Requires Preprogramming, and Administrator's Phone only)
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or [CONF] key
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Extension Number
(10-25)
(E)
To finish
A
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To ciear an ID Code assigned for Station Lock Out
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Extension Number
(10-25)
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Assignment
Changing Date and Time = Ва A
You can set the date and time for the system from administrator's phone. The date and time assigned are
displayed on the LCD on ali extensions.
To set the Time
J
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A CS
A Hour (00-23)
С
Minute (00-59)
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To Enter the Time
Enter the time as HHMM (HH=hour, MM=minuta). using a 24-hour system.
For example, for 5:33PM, enter 1733.
To set the Date
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Day (01-31)
Month (01-12) Year (00-99)
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To Enter the Date
Enter the date as DDMMYY (DD=date, MM=month, Y Y=year).
For example, for September 10,1995, enter 100995.
Assignment
Alphanumeric Character Assignment Foi
You can enter alphanumeric characters with the number keys and, in some cases, special keys. You will
need alphanumeric characters for PSD names, SSD names, extension names, and messages.
Alphabetical letters can be selected according to the number of times a number key is pressed.
Key and Feature
KEY FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
Number keys (D- = ) | Characters | Enter alphanumeric characters. (See below tabie)
Key Forward Takes a character and moves a cursor to the right.
Key Enter Stores characters displayed.
Key Shift Switches between letter entry and number entry. a 5
Clear Clears previous name in the beginning. о
Кеу Back Space | Erases a character at the cursor and moves the cursor to the left
during editing.
Alphabet Table
Number | Press | Press | Press : Press | Press | Press ! Press Press : Press bo Press В
Key | 1 time |2 times |3 times ; 4 times |5 times | 6 times | 7 times 6 times ; 9 times 1 time
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* Pressing for more than 9 times will be repeated from 1 time again.
* Alphanumeric character assignment is available for alphanumeric display type telephones.
7-17
MEMORANDUM
| Operator Features a | |
Operator’s Phone
The operators phone is designed specially for an operator, having more functions than telephones located at
extensions. lts extension number is set to 10 as a default, and only one operators phone is installed in the
system.
You must use the operator's phone top erform the following onerator features
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Day / Night Mode Switching <> (Е)
The system has Day mode, Night mode, and Lunch mode. Exchange Line Ringing Assignment and Toll
Restriction vary depending on whether the system is in Day or Night mode. These two modes are switched
automatically at a preprogrammed time. However, the operator can manually switch the mode, and may
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To change Day / Night Mode manually
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To Return to the Previous Mode
Repeat the procedure.
To turn off Automatic Switching between Modes (for a Holiday)
Date to Return to
Day Mode (01-31) y
Hour (00-23)
Minute (00-59)
Setting the Returning Date, Hour, and Minute for Day Mode
You must set when to retum to Day mode on a day before a holiday.
Suppose Day mode is usually set between 8:30 to 17:30 and today is August 3. If tomorrow is a holiday, enter 050830 tc
set Day mode to begin at 8:30 on August 5.
8-1
Operator Features
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Temporary Mode Change (Lunch Mode)
4
You can set Lunch mode to transfer all calls to an extension, voice mail, etc. You may find this feature
useful when you leave your desk temporarily for some occasions as well as for the lunch break. However,
you can change only exchange line ringing assignment in Lunch mode. Other assignments such as toll
restrictions remain as before. Once vou Sat Lunch mode, it continues until you cancel it manually. If you
don't cancel Lunch mode and Night and Day modes automatically shift, exchange line ringing assignment
remains as Lunch mode and other assignments foliow the new mode.
To set Lunch Mode
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To Cancel Lunch Mode
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SELLE,
Delayed Ring
To prevent an extension with exchange line ringing assignment from ringing without being answered, you can program
another phone to ring after a certain period of time. You can program the delay time and an exchange line number to
forward calls to. You can assign a different delayed ring for each of Night, Day, and Lunch modes.
Exchange Line Ringing Assignment
You can transfer all calls to one extension in any of Night, Day, or Lunch mode. For example, you can transfer ali calls to
the night-duty room extension during Night mode.
Recall Timer for Operator
You can separately preprogram the recall timer and transfer recall timer for the operator's phone and the
other telephones. ; o
DSS Console <a>
A DSS console has keys to which you can assign extension numbers. You can connect a DSS console
through an extension port to maximum of two extensions in the system. This allows you to add more FF key
features on the operators phone. The functions that can be assigned to a DSS console is the same as
those of the FF keys (See page 7-3). However, any exchange line canno! be assigned to a DSS console.
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Administrator's Phone
The administrator's phone is designated for the system manager to program various settings for the entire
system. The system has only one administrator's phone, and its extension number is set to 10 as a default.
However, you may assign another telephone as a temporary administrator's phone.
To assign a Temporary Administrator's Phone
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Features of the Administrator's Phone
Features available only for the administrator's phones are listed below.
1.
2
3.
à.
5
6
7
8
For 1 to 5, see the Assignment section in this book.
Extension Name Assignment
System Speed Dial Assignment
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Assignment of ID Code for Station Lockout
. Changing Date and Time
. Gall Logging
. Programming of Various Features
. Maintenance
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The ID code for assigning a temporary administrator's phone is preprogrammed.
Temporary Administrator's Phone
Temporary administrator's phona assignment is canceled if you turn off the main power or unplug the telephone cable.
If you don't cancet the temporary administrator's phone assignment manually, it is automatically canceled at midnight.
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Administrator's Phone
Call Logging cu
You can print or display a variety of information concerning calls made using the system by connecting an
optional RS-232C interface, serial printer (or SMDR), and computer to the system. Call logging includes
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Print Out Format
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EXT. COL START. DURAT. DIAL DATA ACCOUNT. « Title
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| —NN LL DD MM HH:NN— hdd es-C-YYY-YYY-AARÑAAAAARA — CRIF )
| NN Extension No. {10-25) |
По Exchange line No. (01-04) |
| DD Day (01-31) |
| MM Month (01-12) i
| HH Hour (00-23) |
| NN Minute (00-59) i
| h Call duration time (Hour.0-9) |
| dd Call duration time (Minute.00-59)
| 55 Call duration time (Second 00-59) |
| с Condition code (lincoming, O:Outgoing)
YYY~Y Dial Data (Max. 24 digits) (Indented to the right)
| AAA~A Account Code (Max. 10 digits) (indented to the left) |
| Title is printed out at every 60 calls. ) {
|}
TTY Parameters
You can program TTY parameters.
Telephone Number Print Out Specification
You can program the system to print out information on administrators phone numbars oniy
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Administrator's Phone
Programming Mode
Program with the Administrator's Phone us
You can program the system only with the administrator's phone, which has an LCD. Refer to the Program-
ming Manual for details.
To enter Programming Mode
NS Ле A5
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Mode Access Code
(ONE-TOUCH key)
AE
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To quit Programming Mode
A —
Programming Mode
Mode 1 : System Setting
Mode 2 : Exchange Line Setting
Mode 3 : Telephone Class Setting
Mode 4 : Extension Setting
Mode 5 : Ring Setting
Mode 6 : Flexible Feature Key Assignment
Mode 7 : Call barring Setting
Mode 8 . Communication Parameter Setting
Mode 10 : LCR Function Setting
Administrator's Phone
On-Site Programming with the Personal Computer (5
With a personal computer connected 16 the system, you can confirm and modify programming performed
using the administrator's phone, including SSD's, PSD's, extension names, CDRs, absence messages, etc.
To enter on-site programming mode, use a key telephone or the personal computer. For details about
programming, refer to the Programming Manual.
To enter On-Site Programming Mode
FEV Ira |
EAE ILE
ID Code
(0000-9999)
ID Code
You can assign and confirm ID codes with the administrator's phone.
To confirm a 4-digit ID code, do the following:
For an ID code of XXXX, the LCD will display [REMOTE ID XXXX]. if no ID code has been assigned, the LCD will
display [REMOTE ID FFFF]. In either case, you can assign a new ID code by pressing the HOLD key following four
digits.
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To Program with a Computer
Follow the instructions displayed on the screen of the computer.
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Administrator's Phone
Batch Output of Programming Data (25)
When a printer is connected via the optional R5-232C interface, the program settings can be batch outputby
operating the administrator's phone.
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ID Code Output Codes
(0000-9999)
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TTY Parameters
ID Code
You can assign and confirm ID codes with the administrators phone. o
To confirm a 4-digit ID code, do the following: .
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display [REMOTE [D FFFF]. In either case, you can assign a new ID code by pressing the HOLD key following four
digits.
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Output Code
Code
9-5
MEMORANDUM
Optional Features OUR
External Paging <> (Е)
You can page through an external paging system if one is connected to the system. Your voice also goes
through the speakers on all telephones belonging to paging group 3 or all groups. When you are paged, you
can answer at any extension.
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)
Using a Paging Unit
When you use a paging unit, connect an external paging amplifier and a loud speaker 10 the paging unit.
Power Failure
When a power failure occurs, you can still use the system for approximately 20 minutes if it has a built-in
battery. However, it will not work when the battery is completely discharged. Connecting a Power Failure
Telephone (SLT) to the system allows trunk fine to cut through directly to SLT during a power failure, en-
abling outgoing and incoming exchange line calls.
Sensor <a>
A sensor can be connected to the system through the sensor terminal on the doorphone/dooriatch interface
cord. When a sensor detects visitors or any other alarms, it sends a signal to the key telephone.
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Doorphone <> cu
Up to two doorphones (A and B) can be connected to the system. When someone presses the button on a
doorphone, à telephone assigned to the door will ring and remain in a stand-by condition for 15 sec. You
may use it to speak to the person at the door.
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To answer a call from a Doorphone
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Optional Features
Door Opener <> 5)
Up to two door openers (A and B) can be connected to the system. You can open a door using the tele-
phone assigned to the door opener. You may oper the door where a visitor is located while speaking to the
visitor, or a specific door (A or B) without speaking to the visitor.
To open the Door A (B) without speaking to a visitor
E
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To open the Door where a visitor is located while speaking
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Background Music (BGM) <> (Е)
You can play background music through the speaker on your telephone. Music stops when the handset is
off-hook and also when your telephone rings. This feature requires preprogramming. MOR source must be
changed to external music source, and requires installation. In this case, music on hold will also be changed
to this BGM. BGM and external MOH use same source.
To turn BGM On
To turn BGM off
Repeat the procedure.
10-3
Optional Features
Headset Connection <a> (A
You can use a headset when you need both hands free. Disconnect the handset cable from the telephone,
and connect the headset. In headset mode, use the ON/OFF key to answer a call, and do not pick up the
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Note that headset mode is disabled as a default. Enabling the mode requires preprogramming to prevent
false operation.
To enter Headset Mode
To cancel Headset Mode
Repeat the procedure.
Headset Adaptor
If you use a headset adapter, use its switch to enter and cancel Headset Mode.
To turn off the Dial Tone
Press the ON/OFF key and dial #50.
This feature requires preprogramming.
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Optional Features
DISA OGM Unit (VAU) <> 6
If you connect a DISA OGM Unit to the system, the DISA OGM Unit speaks to an incoming call. Then, the
caller can proceed with DTMF signals, following the message.
To access an extension from outside
VALU Answered
Extension Number
wy (10-25)
Automatic Connection to Operator
i an outside caller does not dial any number within the pre-programmed period of time, he/she will be automatically
connected to the operator.
To record a Message
VALU Answered
e)
Extention Number
(10-25)
To confirm the Recorded Message
VAU Answered
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Message Message
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Optional Features
To register the Reception Extension No./VAU Speed-dial
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A VAU Answered A
Extention Number
(10-25)
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Abbreviate Number
(0, 1-9)
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Abbreviated Number
Non dialled call transfer. |
10
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9 | Abbreviated diai extension No.
To access an exchange line from outside
VAU Answered
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Disconnection
DISA ID Code
(0000-9999)
Trunk-to-trunk talk is disconnected when:
1. A disconnection signal is received from exchange Tine.
It is disconnected when a Polarity Reverse signal or CPC signal is received from a station of either exchange line.
2. A specified period of time has been passed.
The system has a timer monitoring a trunk-to-trunk talk. You can set this timer to 1 to 40 minutes.
Trunk-to-trunk talk is automatically disconnected after a pertod of time specified to the timer.
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Set the number of Busy Tane detections by the programmed setting. Trunk-to-trunk talk is disconnected when the
number of Busy Tones set here ls detected.
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Extention Number
(10-25)
Exchange Line Group No.
(9, 881-884 or 811-813)
Telephone Number
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| Index _ |
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A D
Absence Message 1-9, 1-11, 6-4, 7-12 Date and Time Change 1-11, 7-16
Message Code 6-4 Date Setting 7-17
Assignment 7-12 Time Setting 7-16
Cancellation, Ш i LoL Day/Night Mode Switching 1-12, 8-1
an Absence MESSaAJ? ASSIgNEeO f-15 Switching 8-1.
Cancellation, the Absence Message 6-5 Cancellation 8-1
Setting 6-4 Dial Restriction 1-10, 6-13
Administrator's Phone | 1-12, 9-1 Dial Exchange Line Access 2-3
Temporary Administrator's Phone 9-1 Digit Restriction 1-10, 6-12
Administrator's Phone Assignment 1-11, 7-8 Direct Call Pick-up 1-8, 4-2
Alarm 1-9, 6-3 Direct Exchange Line Access 1-8, 2-3
ganceliaton > Exchange Line Number 2.3
Setting 6-3 DISA OGM Unit (VAU) 1-14, 10-5
Alphanumeric Character Assignment 1-12, 7-17 feces t loe
Key and Feature 7-17 er realures i
Alphabet Table 7-17 Do-Not-Disturb (DND) 1-9, 6-4
Auto Answer 1-8, 4-1 Cancellation 6-4
Door Opener 1-14, 10-3
Door A 10-3
B Door B 10-3
: Door A/B 10-3
Background Music (BGM) 1-14, 10-3 Doorphone 1-14, 10-2
Turn BGM On 10-3 Answering “4102
Volume Adjustment | 1-19 Doorphone A Call 10-2
Batch Output of Programing Data 1-13, 9-5 Doorphone B Call 10-2
Brokers Hold 5-1 DSS Console 1-12, 8-2
TYTME CQimnal CAamnuareiam A
iF 4 EURE LE ICAT VI ля < РВ =" 1
Call Barring 1-10, 6-10 E
Call Former a rd Code 1-10, oe Exchange Line Selection 23
Cancellation 6-6 Exclusive Hold 1-8, 5-1
Confirmation, Extension 6-5 Exchange Line Hold 5-1
Setting, Extension 8-5 Hold Recall 5-1
Setting, Exchange Line 6-6 Intercom Hold 5-1
Call Logging 1-12, 9-2 Extension Assignment 1-11, 7-1
Print Out Format 9-2 Extension Name 1-11, 7-8
Call Pick-up 4-2 assignment 78
Call Wait (Camp-on) 1-8, 3-6 anceliation 9
Answering 3-7 External Conference 1-9, 5-4
INT Call Back 3-6 Internal 3rd Party 5-4
Message Code 3-6 External Paging 1-13, 10-1
Sending 3-5 Answering 10-1
Call Wait, Message Wait 1-11, 7-13 Paging 10-1
Message Cancellation 7-14
Message Modification 7-13
Class of Service
1-10, 6-10
Index
F
FF Key 1-9, 1-11, 6-1, 7-1
Assignment C0 7-1
Cancellation 7-2
Confirmation 7-1
Direct Exchange Line Access - 6-1
Exchange Line Auto Hold 6-1
Features Available for о
FF Key Assignment E (5 TTT
INT One-Touch Cali 6-1
Serial Call 6-1
Using an FF Key 6-1
Flash 6-2
Follow Me -10, 6-7
Cancellation 6-7
Confirmation 6-8
Setting 6-7
G
Group Call Pick-up 1-8, 4.2
H |
Handset Volume Adjustment 1-18
Handsfree Answer Back, Intercom 1-8, 4-1
Handsfree Answer, Speakerphone 1-8, 4-2
Headset Connection 1-14, 10-4
Cancellation 10-4
Handset Mode 104
ID Code for Station Lock Out 1-11, 7-14
ID Code Assignment 7-14
ID Code Confirmation 7-15
ID Code Clear 7-15
Intercom Call Back 3-5
Intercom Three Party Conference 1-9, 5-4
L |
Last Number Redial 1-6, 2-4
Auto Repeat Dial 2-4
Confirmation 2-4
Redialing 2-4
LCD Dispiay Contrast Adjustment 1-17
LCR 1-7, 2-8
Line Group Dial 1-6, 2-2
Group Code 2-2
Trunk Queuing 2-2
Long Speech Alarm 2-1
M
Making a Calf ~~ 21
Manager/Secretary working 1-10, 6-8
Message Walt 1-8, 3-3
Call Back 3-4
Cancellation 3-5
Confirmation 3-4
Sending 3-3
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No-Answer 6-4
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On-Hook Dial 1-68, 2-4
On-Site Programming
with Personal Computer 1-13, 9-4
On-Site Programming Mode .. —.X$4
Programming 1D Code 9-4
One-Touch Personal Speed Dial 1-7
ONE-TOUCH Key
(Persona! Speed Diah 1-11, 2-7, 74
Keys Avallabie for
_ One-Touch Dial Assignment 7-4
ONE-TOUCH Key Assignment 74
ONE-TOUCH Key Call 2-6
ONE-TOUCH Key Cancellation 7-6
- ONE-TOUCH Key Confirmation 2-6, 7-5
PSD Assignment 7-6
- PSD Name Assignment 7-6
PSD Name Cancellation 7-7
PSD Name Confirmation 7-7
Operator Call 3-1
Outward Dialing Restriction
at incoming Call 1-19, 6-12
Overview 1-1
P
Paging 1-7, 3-2
Answering 3-2
Paging 3-2
Paging Group Code 3-2
Parts and Features 1-15
Personal Speed Dial (PSD) — 1-7
Power Failure 1-13, 10-1
Prime Line Preference 1-6, 2-2
Privacy Release 1-9, 6-2
Program with
the Administrator's Phone 1-13, 9-3
Entering Programming Mode 9-3
Quitting Programming Mode 9-3
Programming Mode 9-3
R_
Recall Timer for Operator 1-12, 8-2
Ringing Volume Adjustment 1-17
S
Save Dial 1-6, 2-5
Calling 2-5
Confirmation 2-6
Saving 2-5
Sending a Timed Break Signal 1-9, 6-2
Sensor 1-14, 10-1
SLT Connection 1-13
Speaker Volume Adjustment 1-18
Speed Dial 2-6
Station Lock Out 1-10, 6-10
Supervised Transfer 1-9, 5-2
System Configuration 1-4
System Hold 1-9, 5-2
Release a Call on Hold 5-2
System Speed Dial 1-7, 1-11, 2-7, 7-9
SSD Assignment 7-9
SSD Cali 2-7
SSD Cancellation 7-10
SSD Confirmation 2-8, 7-10
SSD Name Assignment 7-11
SSD Name Cancellation 7-12
SSD Name Confirmation 7-11
T
Temporary Mode Change (Lunch Mode) 8-2
Setting
Tone Call
TRS Override with SSD
Trunk Queuing
Trunk-to-Trunk
Disconnection
8-2
1-7, 3-1
1-11, 6-13
2-1
1-9, 5-3
5-3
Index
U |
Unsupervised Transfer 1-9, 5-2
Transfer Recall 5-2
Using an SLT 1-13
Using the Line Key 1-6, 2-1
V
Verified ID Code 1-10, 6-12
Calling 6-12
Voice Call 1-7, 3-1
Others
« /# Restriction 1-10, 6-i2
2-Digit Restriction 1-10, 6-12
SES
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Central P.O. Box 288, Osaka 530-91, Japan Ш — 7LO878BZAJ Printed in Japan =
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