Telephone Entry System User Instructions

Telephone Entry System User Instructions
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Telephone Entry System
User Instructions
Entry to your building or complex is controlled by a Linear Access Telephone Entry System. Please read and
refer to these instructions for details on using the system. These instructions will explain how to take calls and
grant access to visitors as well as how to use any entry codes issued to you.
Visitors Calling
When a visitor desires to enter your building or complex, you will have control whether the visitor will be allowed
to enter or not. Your name has been entered and a personal directory code number has been reserved in the
entry system.
Your Name Displayed: _______________________________________________
Your Directory Code Number: _______________
A visitor can view an alphabetic list of all the names on the entry system’s display. When the visitor selects
your name, your directory code number is also displayed. With your name displayed, the visitor presses the
button and the system will automatically call you. Your telephone number will never be displayed to the visitor.
Once a visitor has learned your directory code number, they can press
first, then enter your directory code
number to have the system call you. This avoids having to scroll through the list of names.
If you are currently using the telephone, and do not have call waiting, the system’s display will tell the visitor
your line is in use (if you have call waiting, simply switch to the visitor, grant or deny access, then switch back
to your call).
Responding to a Visitor’s Call
When you answer a visitor’s call, talk to the visitor on your telephone and decide if you want to let them enter or
not. There is a limited time (typically 1 minute) allowed for the call. During the last ten seconds allowed, beeps
will sound to warn you of the limited time. You can press
to extend the talking time.
Choose one of these two options on your telephone:
to unlock the door or open the gate, then hang up.
to disconnect the visitor without granting access, then hang up.
Using Entry Codes
You may have been assigned the following 4-digit entry code(s) to allow your own secure access.
Your Entry Code(s): ___________
first to clear the keypad (optional), then your entry code to unlock the door or open the gate.
If you make a mistake entering an entry code, press
to reset the keypad, then enter the correct code.
To maintain security, keep your code(s) private. Be sure this instruction sheet is not viewed by others
if a code is filled in above or if a telephone number is filled in below.
Resident Call-back
Your system has an optional feature called “Resident Call-back”. If the system was setup with this feature
active, you can call the system yourself from your telephone to communicate with a visitor in case you just
missed the visitors call. Your call to the system must be within 60 seconds of when the visitor tried to call you.
When you call the system, it will answer with one short beep. After talking to the visitor, you can press your
entry code on the telephone keys to grant access or press
to deny access.
Your Resident Call-back Number is: ____________________________________
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