Digital Super Hybrid System
KX-TD816E
KX-TD1232E
User Manual Addendum
for
KX-TD7590CE
In this manual, the suffix “E” or “CE” of each model number is omitted.
Table of Contents
1
Operation ...................................................................................................................... 3
1.1
Operation Outline ...................................................................................................................... 3
1.2
Redial ........................................................................................................................................ 4
2
Selecting the Feature Buttons on the Display........................................................... 5
3
PS Programming .......................................................................................................... 6
4
PBX Programming...................................................................................................... 17
Note
This guide shows you the additional features for the DECT Portable Station (KX-TD7590)
Please refer to this guide in addition to the current User Manual.
2
1 Operation
1.1 Operation Outline
How to navigate through the LCD menu using
keys
Using the FUNCTION button
Operation Outline
INITIAL SETTING
PAUSE (KEY1)
FWD/DND (KEY2)
*1
MESSAGE (KEY3)
*1
CONF (KEY4)
*1
TONE (KEY5)
*3
MODIFY BOOK
LANGUAGE
PS-DIALING
SHORTCUT
6
PBX-STA-DIALING *
ANSWER SETTING
PS-PROGRAM
1
FLASH/R (KEY6) *
HOLD (KEY7)
*4
REGISTRATION
RING PATTERN-INT
RING PATTERN-CO
*1
VIBRATION&RING
FKEY LIST (KEY8)
QUICK ANSWER
REDIAL (KEY9)
AUTO ANSWER
PS-PROGRAM (KEY0)
AUTO ANS DELAY *5
WAVESEARCH (KEY )
DISPLAY SETTING
BACKLIGHT
2
EDIT MODE (KEY#) *
LANGUAGE
PROGRAM (FNCT)
STANDBY DISPLAY
F1 EDIT (F1)
DATE/TIME DISPLY
*6
LCD CONTRAST
F2 EDIT (F2)
F3 EDIT (F3)
*6
PBX-PROGRAM
*6
BEEP SETTING
KEY TONE
RANGE WARNING
*1:
Only displayed during a call.
*2: Displayed on Directories
DECT-SYS SETTING
(except the PBX Extension Dialling Directory)
or in pre-dialling.
*3: After registering PS, it is not displayed.
*4: For use by the dealer.
*5: Only displayed when "AUTO ANSWER" is assigned.
*6: Only displayed within cell range.
*4
LANGUAGE DELETE
CANCEL DECT-SYS
*7
DECT-SYS LOCK
8
ACCESS DECT-SYS *
*7: Only displayed when the PS is registered.
*8: Only displayed when handset is assigned to
more than one DECT system.
REGISTRATION
SECURITY SETTING
DIRECTORY LOCK
ALL PS-BOOK DEL
PS PASSWORD
MEMORY CLEAR
3
Using the SELECT button
(Directories)
PS Dialling Directory
PS-DIALING
*6: It is displayed only when "
PBX Station Speed
Dialling Directory *6
PBX Extension
Dialling Directory *6
OUTGOING LOG
PBX-STA-DIALING
PBX-EXT-DIALING
Back Menu
SHORTCUT
*6
PBX-SYS-DIALING
Outgoing Log Directory
*6
" is displayed.
1.2 Redial
To clear all numbers in the call log
PS
F3
Press FUNCTION and then
# while the call log is displayed.
4
Press F3.
SHORTCUT Directory
for PBX Feature Number
and Setting Display of
PS Programming
PBX System Speed
Dialling Directory
2 Selecting the Feature Buttons on the Display
The following buttons can be activated using display operations when they are available.
PAUSE (KEY1) Button
FWD/DND (KEY2) Button
MESSAGE (KEY3) Button
CONF (Conference) (KEY4) Button
TONE (KEY5) Button
FLASH/RCL (KEY6) Button
HOLD (KEY7) Button
FKEY LIST (KEY8) Button
REDIAL (KEY9) Button
PS-PROGRAM (KEY0) Button
WAVESEARCH (KEY*) Button
EDIT MODE (KEY#) Button
PROGRAM (FNCT) Button
F1 EDIT (F1) Button
F2 EDIT (F2)Button
F3 EDIT (F3) Button
PAUSE
(KEY1)
FWD/DND
(KEY2)
MESSAGE
(KEY3)
PAUSE Button
FWD/DND Button
MESSAGE Button
F3 EDIT
HOLD
FLASH/R
(F3)
(KEY7)
(KEY6)
CONF
(KEY4)
CONF Button
TONE
(KEY5)
F3 EDIT Button
HOLD Button
FLASH/RCL Button
TONE Button
F2 EDIT
FKEY LIST (KEY8)
REDIAL
PS-PROGRAM(KEY0)
F2 EDIT Button
FKEY LIST Button
REDIAL Button
PS-PROGRAM
Button
F1 EDIT
PROGRAM
EDIT MODE (KEY#)
WAVESEARCH(KEY )
EDIT Button
WAVESEARCH
Button
(F2)
(F1)
F1 EDIT Button
(FNCT)
PROGRAM Button
(KEY9)
<Example>
To cancel the Do Not Disturb feature
PS
0
Press TALK.
Press
FUNCTION.
Press
until
“ FWD/DND” is
displayed.
Press SELECT.
Press 0.
Press CANCEL.
5
3 Handset (PS) Programming
You may be required to enter a PS Programming password when entering the security setting
mode.
And you may be required to enter a DECT System Lock password when entering the DECT-SYS
Setting mode.
Once the password is entered you can proceed to the next step.
To set the PS Programming / DECT System Lock password
PS
Previous
OR
Next
MODIFY BOOK
PS-PROGRAM
Press
Press FUNCTION
twice.
ANSWER SETTING
SECURITY SETTING
Press SELECT.
.
OR
DECT-SYS SETTING
Press
or
until the display
above appears .
Previous
OR
Next
PS PASSWORD
Press
Press SELECT.
.
or
OR
DECT-SYS LOCK
until the display above appears.
Press SELECT.
.
password
PS PASSWORD
ENABLE
DISABLE
Press
OR
to select "ENABLE" .
OK
6
DECT-SYS LOCK
ENABLE
DISABLE
ENTER PASSWORD
=____
ENTER PASSWORD
= ****
Press SELECT.
password
Enter password
(4 digits).
OK
REENTER PASSWORD
=____
REENTER PASSWORD
= ****
LOCKED
Press OK.
Enter same
password again.
Press OK.
Press CANCEL.
To cancel the PS Programming / DECT System Lock password
PS
Previous
OR
Next
MODIFY BOOK
PS-PROGRAM
Press
Press FUNCTION
twice.
ANSWER SETTING
SECURITY SETTING
Press SELECT.
.
OR
DECT-SYS LOCK
PASSWORD= _ _ _ _
PS PASSWORD
= ****
Press SELECT.
OR
DECT-SYS SETTING
Press
or
until the display
above appears .
password
PS PASSWORD
=____
OR
OK
DECT-SYS LOCK
PASSWORD= * * * *
DIRECTORY LOCK
OR
REGISTRATION
Press OK.
Enter password
(4 digits).
Previous
OR
Next
PS PASSWORD
Press
or
OR
until the display above appears .
Press SELECT.
PS PASSWORD
ENABLE
DISABLE
DECT-SYS LOCK
Press SELECT.
Press
OR
DECT-SYS LOCK
ENABLE
DISABLE
to select "DISABLE" .
Press CANCEL.
7
To change the initial settings
PS
Previous
OR
Next
<Example>
MODIFY BOOK
PS-PROGRAM
Press FUNCTION
twice.
Press
ANSWER SETTING
BEEP SETTING
Press
or
until
the desired item is
displayed. *1
Press SELECT.
.
KEY TONE
Press SELECT.
To continue
Previous
Previous
OR
OR
Next
Next
<Example>
RANGE WARNING
ON
@ @ @OFF
RANGE WARNING
Press
or
until
the desired item is
displayed. *2
Categories*1
ANSWER SETTING
Press SELECT.
Display
RING PATTERN-INT
BELL1
CHANGE=SELECT
RING PATTERN-CO
BELL1
CHANGE=SELECT
VIBRATION & RING
OFF
CHANGE=SELECT
QUICK ANSWER
ON
OFF
8
RANGE WARNING
ON
@ @ @OFF
Press
or
until
the desired item is
displayed.
Press SELECT.
Item
You may choose from
the 6 Ring Tones or
4 Melodies.
(Ringer Pattern
Selection)
How you are alerted
to a call. *4
(Vibration and Ring
Type Selection)
Do you prefer to answer
an incoming call by just
lifting your ringing PS
off the Charger?
(Quick Answering
Mode Set)
Press CANCEL.
Selection*3
Ringer pattern no.
Ringer pattern 1
(BELL1)
Ring and vibrate at the
same time (RING & VIB)
Vibrate for 5 seconds
then ring (VIB→RING)
Not use the vibration
and ring mode (OFF)
Menu no.*14
- INT
1
1
- CO
1
2
1
3
1
4
Yes (ON)
No (OFF)
Categories*1
ANSWER SETTING
Display
AUTO ANSWER
OFF
CHANGE=SELECT
AUTO ANS DELAY
6S
CHANGE=SELECT
DISPLAY SETTING
BACKLIGHT
ON
OFF
Item
Do you prefer to answer
a call without pressing
CO, TALK or INT
buttons when using
the headset?
(Automatic Answer
Mode Set)
Select the number of
seconds before
answering a call
automatically
when using the headset.*5
(Automatic Answer Delay
Selection)
Do you prefer the
keypad backlight?
(Keypad Backlight
Mode Set)
Selection*3
Menu no.*14
No (OFF)
Answer all calls. (INT/CO)
1
5
1
6
2
1
2
2
2
3
2
4
Answer only intercom calls.
(INT ONLY)
seconds
6s
Yes (ON)
No (OFF)
English
LANGUAGE
AUTO
CHANGE=SELECT
Do you prefer to
change the display
language?
(Display Language
Selection)
German (Deutsch)
French (FRANCAIS)
Italian (ITALIANO)
Spanish (ESPANOL)
Dutch (NEDERLANDS)
Auto (English)*6
Extension no. (EXTN)
STANDBY DISPLAY
SYS-NO.&EXT
CHANGE=SELECT
Which standby display
do you prefer? *7
(Standby Display
Selection)
DECT system no.
(SYS-NO.)
DECT system and extension
no. (SYS-NO.&EXTN )
None of these (OFF)
DATE/TIME DISPLY
TIME
DATE
Which display do you
prefer in the Standby
mode? *7
(Date / Time Display
Selection)
Date and time (TIME)
Date (DATE)
9
Categories*1
DISPLAY SETTING
BEEP SETTING
Display
LCD CONTRAST
LIGHT
DARK
Item
Selection*3
Preferred contrast level from the 12 levels
available. (LCD Contrast Selection)
- default: Level 7
KEY TONE
ON
OFF
Do you prefer to
hear the key tone?
(Key Tone Set)
RANGE WARNING
ON
OFF
Do you prefer an
audible warning when
out of range?(Range
Warning Setting)
Menu no.*14
2
5
3
1
3
2
4
1
4
2
4
3
4
4
4
5
Yes (ON)
No (OFF)
Yes (ON)
No (OFF)
DECT-SYS1
DECT-SYS SETTING
REGISTRATION
DECT-SYS1
DECT-SYS2
Which DECT system
are you registering? *8
(Registration)
DECT-SYS2
DECT-SYS3
DECT-SYS4
German (Deutsch)
LANGUAGE DELETE
Deutsch
FRANCAIS
French (FRANCAIS)
Do you prefer to delete
the language ? *9
Italian (ITALIANO)
Spanish (ESPANOL)
Dutch (NEDERLANDS)
CANCEL DECT-SYS
DECT-SYS1
DECT-SYS2
DECT-SYS LOCK
ENABLE
DISABLE
ACCESS DECT-SYS
AUTO
CHANGE=SELECT
10
This programming is for dealer only.
This program cancels the PS registration.
Use this function only when the PBX program
(PS Termination) fails to cancel the registration *10
(PS Registration Cancellation)
Do you prefer to use the
DECT System Lock
Password?
(DECT System Lock
Password Set)
To access a different
DECT system(1 to 4)*11
(DECT System
Selection)
Yes (ENABLE)
No (DISABLE)
DECT System no.
AUTO (All connected
terminals)
Categories*1
Display
SECURITY SETTING
DIRECTORY LOCK
ON
OFF
To lock / unlock the PS
dialling directory. *12
(Directory Lock
Control)
DELETE?
NO
YES
Select "YES" and press the SELECT button to delete
all items stored in the PS Dialling directory.
(ALL PS-BOOK DEL)
5
2
PS PASSWORD
ENABLE
DISABLE
Do you prefer to use
the PS Programming
password? *13
(PS Programming
Password Set)
5
3
5
4
INITIALIZE DATA?
NO
YES
Item
Selection*3
Menu no.*14
Lock (ON)
5
1
Unlock (OFF)
Yes (ENABLE)
No (DISABLE)
The following settings will be returned to their default
settings.
- Ringer volume
- Receiver volume
- PS Programming items
(except: Selecting the DECT System;
Cancelling the PS Registration;
Setting the PS Programming Password;
Setting the DECT System LOCK)
Select "YES" and press the SELECT button
after the display on the left appears.
(Memory Clear)
11
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*1 Setting Categories: there are five settings. You must display the destined setting
on this step to select the desired item.
*2 If the password has been assigned, it is required only when "SECURITY
SETTING" or "DECT-SYS SETTING" is selected.
*3 Selection: the default is in gray.
*4 If you set the ringer volume off / vibration on mode or meeting mode using the
UP / DOWN button, the PS doesn't ring regardless of this setting.
*5 The display of this item is only displayed when "Automatic Answer Mode Set" is
set to "INT/CO" or "INT ONLY".
Notice
If you set "INT/CO" or "INT ONLY" to the Automatic Answer Mode (PS
Programming) and connect the headset, your phone will answer incoming calls
automatically. If you leave PS unattended with the headset connected, the following
problems will occur.
1. The PS will answer calls and calling party will be charged even though you are
not there to take the call.
2. Depending on the line, even if the calling party disconnects the call, the DECT
line will remain connected until you disconnect the call manually or the battery
expires. The PBX trunk may also remain connected to the network. Please note the
following;
a. Please set "INT/CO" or "INT ONLY" to the Automatic Answer Mode only when
necessary.
b. If you are using the "INT/CO" or "INT ONLY" setting in the Automatic Answer
Mode and you take off the headset, please pull the headset jack out.
The Automatic Answer Mode is not available while the PS is on the charger.
*6 If the setting is still "AUTO", the display language will depend on the setting of the
system.
*7 The display of this item is displayed only when " " is displayed.
*8 This display is used for PS registration and not displayed if all DECT Systems are
registered. For details, consult your dealer.
*9 If the displayed language is deleted, the language assigned to "AUTO" will be
displayed.
*10 The display of this item is displayed only when the PS is registered.
*11 The display of this item is only displayed when more than two fixed terminals are
connected.
*12 If "ON" is selected, "ENABLE" of "PS PASSWORD" is selected automatically.
Even if "OFF" is selected, "DISABLE" is not selected automatically.
*13 If "DISABLE" is selected, the PS Dialling Directory is unlocked.
•
*14 You can easily access each setting in the PS-PROGRAM mode by pressing menu numbers in
order as follows:
<Example>
1
0
PAUSE (KEY1)
ANSWER SETTING
RING PATTERN-INT
2
BACKLIGHT
1
RING PATTERN-INT
BELL1
CHANGE=SELECT
BACKLIGHT
ON
OFF
LANGUAGE
AUTO
CHANGE=SELECT
3
1
1
1
): These numbers are
displayed on the
top line of the display
as below.
MELODY4
BELL1
BELL2
1
2
(
1
STANDBY DISPLAY
OFF
CHANGE=SELECT
1
NEDERLANDS
AUTO
ENGLISH
1
SYS-NO.&EXTN
OFF
EXTN
111
13
To edit the labels of the flexible CO buttons
You can assign two names (short and full) to each Flexible CO button.
The short one is displayed on the bottom line on LCD. The full one is displayed for 3 seconds when
you reconfirm the Flexible CO buttons by pressing FUNCTION + 8 (FKEY LIST Display).
Flexible CO buttons for PS functions
PS
F1
F2
F3
F1
<Example>
PAUSE (KEY1)
F1 EDIT
PS
Press FUNCTION.
To <1> or <2>
PBX
Press F1.
Press the flexible
CO button.
<To assign a PS function>
Previous
OR
Next
1-TOUCH DIAL
NONE
PS-DIAL
STORED
NONE
PS-DIAL
PS NEW ENTRY
Press or until
the desired item is
displayed.
Press SELECT.
<To change a PS function or edit a label>
Previous
F1
OR
Next
DIAL
PS-DIAL
NEW EDIT
NONE
PS-DIAL
PS NEW ENTRY
PBX-EXT-DIAL
SHORTCUT
SHORTCUT NEW
STORED
Press F1.*
Press or until
the desired item is
displayed.
Press SELECT.
F2
DIAL
PS-DIAL
Press F2.
DIAL
PS-DIAL
Press
to edit
the full name.
OK
STORED
Press OK.
14
name
Next
Press CANCEL.
DIAL
Press SELECT.
BOOK
Edit name.
Flexible CO buttons assigned by PBX
PS
Previous
F1
F2
F3
OR
F2
Next
<Example>
PAUSE (KEY1)
F1 EDIT
PS
Press FUNCTION.
PBX
Press the flexible
CO button.
DECT-SYS
DECT-SYS1
DECT-SYS2
Press F2.
<To store>
F1
NOT STORED
NEW
Press SELECT.
NOT STORED
NOT STORED
Press F1.
DECT-SYS
DECT-SYS3
DECT-SYS4
To <1>, <2> or <3>
Press or until
the desired item is
displayed.
name
Next
PS16
NOT STORED
NOT STORED
Press
to store
the full name.
Press SELECT.
OK
Enter name.
The short name
- max. 4 characters
The full name
- max. 14 characters
STORED
Press OK.
Press CANCEL.
<To edit>
F2
Next
name
<Example>
PS16
PS BOSS
EDIT DEL
PS16
PS BOSS
PS16
PS BOSS
Press SELECT.
Press F2.
Press
to edit
the full name.
PS16
Press SELECT.
PS17
Edit name.
OK
STORED
Press OK.
Press CANCEL.
<To delete>
F3
PS16
PS BOSS
EDIT DEL
Press SELECT.
DELETED
Press F3.
15
•
•
16
You can edit the pre-assigned name on the flexible CO button as you like.
If the flexible CO button has been assigned as a PBX function, it has higher priority than a
PS function, even if the flexible CO button has been assigned a PS function.
4 PBX Programming
To enter the PBX programming mode
PS
MODIFY BOOK
PS-PROGRAM
Press FUNCTION
twice.
Press
PBX-PROGRAM
Press
.
PT-PGM Mode
.
Press SELECT.
programming
input
Follow programming
input.
Press CANCEL.
Item
Which line do you prefer to
seize when you go off-hook
to make calls?
(Preferred Line Assignment
-Outgoing)
Selection
Programming Input
No line
1
1
OK
An idle outside line
1
2
OK
A pre-assigned outside line
1
3
The Intercom line
1
INT'
To clear the setting of the "Preferred Line Assignment Outgoing"
To check your extension number
Outside line no.
OK
(01-54)
OK
OK
6
+(
7
for return to
previous display )
17
Customising the Buttons
You can change the flexible CO buttons to the following function buttons.
PS
MODIFY BOOK
PS-PROGRAM
Press
Press FUNCTION
twice.
PBX-PROGRAM
.
Press
PT-PGM Mode
.
Press SELECT.
Press OK.
Press CANCEL.
To continue
F1
F2
programming
input
F3
Press CO.
Follow programming
input.
OK
Button
Programming Input
Loop-CO
Group-CO
18
Outside line group no.
(1-8)
Single-CO
0
Outside line no.
Direct Station Selection (DSS)
1
Extension no.
One-Touch Dialling
2
Desired no.* 1
Message
3
FWD/DND (Forward/Do Not Disturb)
4
Save
5
Account
6
Conference
7
Log-In/Log-Out
8
0
Receiving group no.
Voice Mail Transfer *2
8
2
Voice mail extension no.
Two-Way Record*2
8
3
Voice mail extension no.
Two-Way Transfer *2
8
4
Voice mail extension no.
One-Touch Dialling with Auto Hold
8
Terminate
9
(01-54)
(max. 24 digits)
Desired no.* 1
(max. 24 digits)
•
*1 " ", "#", FLASH/RCL, PAUSE, SECRET (Intercom) and "—" (Conference) can also be
stored.
– If you do not want to display the stored number, enter "[ ]" as SECRET by pressing
the INTERCOM button before and after the numbers you wish to conceal.
– If you store an external party's number, you should first store a line access number
(9, 81 to 88).
– If you need to enter an account code, you can enter the specified account code before
the line access number.
<Example>
SECRET
49
1234
Account code feature no. Account code
•
•
*2
#
9
[ 123 4567 ]
Account code delimiter
Automatic line
access number
Phone number
These buttons are used for the voice mail integration feature.
To exit the mode at any time, press the CANCEL button.
19
Charge Fee Management
[pre-assigned extension only]
PS
MODIFY BOOK
PS-PROGRAM
Press FUNCTION
twice.
8
Dial 8.
PBX-PROGRAM
Press
.
Press
programming
input
Enter ID code
(4 digits).
Follow programming
input.
7
Assigning an accont
code.
•
20
7
Press FUNCTION
and then 7.
Press FUNCTION
and then 7 again.
Press CANCEL.
Programming Input
Item
Viewing, clearing or
printing total extension
charge, total outside
charge or total account
code charge.
Press SELECT.
.
To continue
ID code
Viewing, clearing or
printing each extension
charge, outside charge
or account code
charge.
PT-PGM Mode
1
Viewing
Extension no.
7
OR
2
(01-54)
Extension
Outside
line
no.no.
Clearing
7
CLR
OR
3
4
Extensiontable
Account
no. no.
(001-128)
Print out
Extension no.
Viewing
Outside line no.
Clearing
Account table no.
Print out
7
OK
OR
5
CLR
OR
6
7
Extensiontable
Account
no. no.
(001-128)
CLR
OK
Extension
New
account
no.no.
(10 digits)
OK
You cannot print out the account code charge of the account table number (001) by SMDR.
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