Digital Super Hybrid System Features Guide - Lukas

Digital Super Hybrid System Features Guide - Lukas
D1232
DIGITAL SUPER
HYBRID SYSTEM
Digital Super Hybrid System
D816
DIGITAL SUPER
HYBRID SYSTEM
Features Guide
Panasonic
Panasonic
KX-TD816CE
Model KX-TD1232CE
Please read this manual before using the Digital Super Hybrid System.
Introduction
Introduction
About this Features Guide
This Features Guide is designed to serve as an overall features reference for the Panasonic
Digital Super Hybrid System, KX-TD816 / KX-TD1232.
It explains what the KX-TD816 / KX-TD1232 system can do, and how to obtain the most out
of its many features and capabilities.
This manual contains the following sections:
Section 1, General Features
Provides details about the general features.
Section 2, ISDN Features
Provides details about the features required to use ISDN line services.
Section 3, E&M Features
Provides details about the features required to use E&M (TIE) line services.
Section 4, DECT Features
Provides details about the features required to use the wireless system with a DECT portable
station.
Section 5, Tone / Ring Tone
Provides the list of tones and ring tones.
Section 6, Index
Provides the feature titles, important words and phrases to help you access the required
information easily.
Terms used in this Features Guide
Installation Manual References
The required installation instruction titles described in the Installation Manual are noted for
your reference.
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Programming Guide References
The related and required programming titles described in the Programming Guide are noted for
your reference.
Programming Guide reference is also shown in the sentences as follows.
Example: <[109] Expansion Unit Type>
Explanation: Refer to system programme [109] in the Programming Guide.
This helps you know the related and require programming easily for the contents of the
sentences.
User Manual References
The operation required to implement the feature described in the User Manual are noted for
your reference.
About the other manuals
Along with this User Manual, the following manuals are available to help you install,
programme and use the KX-TD816 / KX-TD1232 system:
Installation Manual
Provides instructions for installing the hardware and programming the system.
Programming Guide
Provides system programming instructions.
User Manual
Provides operating instructions for the end users using proprietary telephones, single line
telephones, consoles or DECT portable stations.
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Introduction
Feature Highlights
Automatic Route Selection (ARS)
Automatically selects the pre-programmed least expensive route for outgoing toll calls.
Budget Management
Limits the telephone usage to a pre-assigned amount.
Charge Fee Reference
Allows the user to see charges and to print out the charges.
Hotel Application
Allows to handle the front and operator services such as check-in/check-out and wake-up call
setting.
Remote Station Lock Control
Allows an operator to lock an extension so that outgoing calls cannot be made.
Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station (TAFAS)
Ringing occurs over the external paging system; the call can be answered from any station.
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
Allows incoming calls to be distributed uniformly to a specific group of extensions.
Voice Mail Integration
The system supports Voice Processing Systems with in-band DTMF signalling as well as DPT
integration. The Panasonic Voice Processing System provides automated attendant, voice mail,
interview and custom services.
ISDN Line Service
The system can manage a call received from the ISDN line by point-to-point or point-to-multipoint configuration. To use this service, an optional unit is required.
E&M (TIE) Line Service
An E&M (TIE) line is a privately leased communication line between two or more PBXs,
which provides cost effective communications between company at different locations. To use
this service, an optional unit is required.
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Wireless System
The system supports the connection of a DECT portable station which can be used as an
wireless extension. To support the portable station, optional units are required.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1
General Features............................................................................. 11
1.1
System Expansion ........................................................................................................ 12
EXtra Device Port (XDP) .............................................................................................. 12
System Connection ........................................................................................................ 13
System Administration................................................................................................ 14
System Programming and Diagnosis with Personal Computer ..................................... 14
System Programming with Proprietary Telephone ........................................................ 16
System Features ........................................................................................................... 17
Account Code Entry....................................................................................................... 17
Budget Management ...................................................................................................... 19
Charge Fee Reference .................................................................................................... 20
Class of Service (COS) .................................................................................................. 21
Console .......................................................................................................................... 22
Door Opener .................................................................................................................. 24
Extension Group ............................................................................................................ 25
Flash............................................................................................................................... 26
Flexible Numbering ....................................................................................................... 27
Floating Station.............................................................................................................. 28
Host PBX Access........................................................................................................... 30
Hotel Application........................................................................................................... 31
Manager Extension ........................................................................................................ 35
Night Service ................................................................................................................. 36
Operator ......................................................................................................................... 38
Outgoing Message (OGM) ............................................................................................ 39
Outside Line Group ....................................................................................................... 41
Parallelled Telephone..................................................................................................... 42
Phantom Extension ........................................................................................................ 44
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR).................................................................. 46
Voice Mail Integration for Digital Proprietary Telephones............................................ 50
Voice Mail Integration for Inband.................................................................................. 52
Fault Recovery/Diagnostic .......................................................................................... 57
Power Failure Restart..................................................................................................... 57
Power Failure Transfer................................................................................................... 58
Attended Features........................................................................................................ 59
Direct In Lines (DIL)..................................................................................................... 59
Direct Inward System Access (DISA) ........................................................................... 61
Ring Group .................................................................................................................... 65
Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station (TAFAS)........................................... 66
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD).................................................................................. 68
Originating Features.................................................................................................... 73
Alternate Calling – Ring / Voice .................................................................................... 73
Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On)........................................................................... 74
Automatic Route Selection (ARS)................................................................................. 75
Busy Station Signalling (BSS)....................................................................................... 81
Electronic Station Lockout ............................................................................................ 82
Emergency Call.............................................................................................................. 83
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
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Executive Busy Override ................................................................................................84
Intercom Calling .............................................................................................................85
Line Preference – Outgoing (Idle Line / No Line / Prime Line) ....................................86
Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA).........................................................................88
Outside Line Access .......................................................................................................89
Outside Line Connection Assignment ............................................................................92
Outside Line Connection Assignment – Outgoing .........................................................93
Toll Restriction ...............................................................................................................94
Whisper OHCA ............................................................................................................102
Dialling Features.........................................................................................................104
Automatic Station Release............................................................................................104
Full One-Touch Dialling ...............................................................................................105
One-Touch Dialling ......................................................................................................106
Pause Insertion, Automatic ...........................................................................................107
Pickup Dialling .............................................................................................................108
Quick Dialling ..............................................................................................................109
Redial............................................................................................................................110
Station Speed Dialling ..................................................................................................112
System Speed Dialling..................................................................................................113
Ringing Features.........................................................................................................114
Call Waiting ..................................................................................................................114
Do Not Disturb (DND) .................................................................................................115
Log-In / Log-Out ..........................................................................................................116
Station Hunting .............................................................................................................117
Timed Reminder ...........................................................................................................119
Answering Features ....................................................................................................120
Call Pickup....................................................................................................................120
Hands-free Answerback................................................................................................122
Line Preference – Incoming (No Line / Prime Line / Ringing Line) ...........................123
Holding Features.......................................................................................................125
Call Hold.......................................................................................................................125
Call Park .......................................................................................................................127
Call Splitting.................................................................................................................128
Transferring Features ..............................................................................................129
Call Forwarding ............................................................................................................129
Call Transfer .................................................................................................................132
Intercept Routing ..........................................................................................................134
Conversation Features..............................................................................................135
Conference....................................................................................................................135
Data Line Security ........................................................................................................137
Doorphone Call.............................................................................................................138
External Feature Access ...............................................................................................139
Flash................................................................................................................................26
Hands-free Operation....................................................................................................141
Off-Hook Monitor.........................................................................................................142
Privacy Release .............................................................................................................143
Paging Features.........................................................................................................144
Paging ...........................................................................................................................144
Proprietary Telephone Features..............................................................................146
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1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.13
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Background Music (BGM) .......................................................................................... 146
Handset / Headset Selection ........................................................................................ 148
Mute ............................................................................................................................. 149
Station Programme Clear............................................................................................. 150
Station Programming ................................................................................................... 151
1.15 Audible Tone Features ............................................................................................. 153
Confirmation Tone ....................................................................................................... 153
Dial Tone, Distinctive .................................................................................................. 155
Dial Type Selection...................................................................................................... 157
Ringing Tone Selection for CO Buttons ...................................................................... 159
Ringing, Discriminating............................................................................................... 160
1.16 Button Features........................................................................................................ 161
Button, Flexible............................................................................................................ 161
Buttons on Proprietary Telephones and Consoles ....................................................... 163
LED Indication ............................................................................................................ 167
1.17 Display Features....................................................................................................... 169
Absent Message Capability ......................................................................................... 169
Call Directory .............................................................................................................. 170
Call Log, Outgoing ...................................................................................................... 171
Display Message .......................................................................................................... 172
Message Waiting .......................................................................................................... 174
System Feature Access Menu ...................................................................................... 176
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ISDN Features............................................................................... 177
2.1
System Expansion ...................................................................................................... 178
Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)............................................................... 178
Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) Extension.............................................. 182
ISDN Information for Other Sections...................................................................... 185
ISDN Information for Other Sections.......................................................................... 185
Originating Features.................................................................................................. 187
Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP).......................................................... 187
Calling Line Identification Restriction (CLIR)............................................................ 188
Answering Features ................................................................................................... 189
Connected Line Identification Presentation (COLP)................................................... 189
Connected Line Identification Restriction (COLR)..................................................... 190
Attended Features...................................................................................................... 191
Direct Dialling In (DDI) .............................................................................................. 191
Multiple Subscriber Numbers (MSN) Ringing Service............................................... 193
Display Features......................................................................................................... 195
Call Log, Incoming ...................................................................................................... 195
Incoming Outside Call Information Display ............................................................... 197
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
8
3
E&M Features............................................................................... 199
3.1
System Expansion ...................................................................................................... 200
E&M (TIE) Line Service ............................................................................................. 200
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DECT Portable Station Features ................................................ 211
4.1
System Expansion ...................................................................................................... 212
Digital Wireless Connection ........................................................................................ 212
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Super EXtra Device Port (SXDP).................................................................................214
DECT Portable Station Information for Other Sections ........................................215
DECT Portable Station Information for Other Sections...............................................215
4.3 DECT Portable Station Features ..............................................................................219
PS Call Directory..........................................................................................................219
PS Programming...........................................................................................................221
4.2
5
Tone / Ring Tone ........................................................................... 223
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Index .............................................................................................. 227
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Section 1
General Features
Features Guide
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1.1
System Expansion
1.1
System Expansion
EXtra Device Port (XDP)
Description
Extra Device Port (XDP) expands the number of telephones available in the system by allowing
an extension jack to contain two telephones. A digital proprietary telephone (DPT) and a single
line terephone (SLT) or console and a SLT can be connected to the same jack but have different
extension numbers so that they can act as completely different extensions.
Conditions
• XDP requires previous programming of the individual jack. Enable XDP mode for the
desired jack. Immediately after changing the assignment, the changed setting may not work
for a maximum of eight seconds. <[600] EXtra Device Port>
• If an analogue proprietary telephone (APT) and a SLT are connected to an XDP-enabled
jack, neither telephone will work.
• If XDP is disabled for the jack, DPT and a SLT may be used as Parallelled Telephones. APT
and a SLT also can be used as Parallelled Telephones.
Installation Manual References
• 2.3.4 EXtra Device Port (XDP) Connection
Programming Guide References
• [600] EXtra Device Port
Features Guide References
• Parallelled Telephone
User Manual References
None
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System Expansion
System Connection*1
Description
System Connection allows two main units (KX-TD1232) to work together as one system. This
expands the capacity of the system, number of extensions, outside lines and so on, by factor
two. One main unit is called the master system and the other is called the slave system.
Conditions
• The following resources can be used by either system:
a) External pagers
b) Music sources used for Music on Hold
c) Music sources used for Background Music (BGM)
d) Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR); Serial Interface (RS-232C) ports
e) Call Parking areas
• System Inter Connection Card (KX-TD192), optional expansion cards to connect both
systems, must be installed for this feature.
• Once this feature is employed, the data adjustment in both systems are performed at the
programmed time (default is 1:00 AM) every day. The time can be changed. <[115] Adjust
Time>
Installation Manual References
• 1.5.3 System Capacity
• 2.4.10 System Connection
Programming Guide References
• [115] Adjust Time
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
None
*1
Available for the KX-TD1232 only.
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1.2
System Administration
1.2
System Administration
System Programming and Diagnosis with
Personal Computer
Description
This system can also be programmed and administered using a personal computer (PC). The
Serial Interface/Remote Programming & Diagnosis Manual and its floppy disk are required to
perform this feature. There are two programming methods:
Method
On-Site
Programming
Remote
Programming
Description
Using the Serial
Interface
(RS-232C) port
By connecting a PC to the system using the Serial Interface
(RS-232C) port, system programming and maintenance can
be performed locally.
The main unit has an Serial Interface (RS-232C) port which
can be used for either system administration or Station
Message Detail Recording (SMDR).
Using a modem
By connecting a PC to the system using a modem, system
programming and maintenance can be performed locally.
Install the optional Remote Card or Unit. Connect the PC to
an extension jack. Assign the floating number of the modem.
<[813] Floating Number Assignment> Dial this number
from the PC.
You can perform system programming and maintenance from a remote site using
a PC. Install the Remote Card or Unit and assign the floating number of the
modem. <[813] Floating Number Assignment>
Starting system administration from a remote location can be done in the
following ways.
• Call an extension (probably the operator) from a remote location and request
a transfer to the modem.
• Dial the floating number of the modem using the Direct Inward System
Access (DISA) feature.
• Assign the modem as the destination of the Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1 feature.
Conditions
• A proprietary telephone can also be used to perform System Programming.
• Access to System Programming is allowed only one at a time.
• To access system administration, a valid password must be entered. The password is
factory-programmed and can be changed. <[107] System Password>
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System Administration
• System administration can be performed on-line except for the procedures of the diagnosis.
If the system goes off-line, the system functions as if it was in power failure. (Refer to
Power Failure Transfer feature.)
Installation Manual References
• 2.4.7 DISA Card / Unit and Remote Card / Unit Installation
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
[107] System Password
[813] Floating Number Assignment
[814] Modem Standard
[817] KX-TD197 Baud Rate Set
Features Guide References
• System Programming with Proprietary Telephone
• Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR)
User Manual References
None
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1.2
System Administration
System Programming with Proprietary Telephone
Description
The system can be programmed using a display proprietary telephone (PT).
The available extensions to perform System Programming are:
a) An extension that is connected to jack 01.
b) An extension that is assigned as a manager. <[006] Operator / Manager Extension
Assignment>
For more information and programming instructions, refer to the Programming Guide.
Conditions
•
•
•
•
•
During System Programming the system operates normally.
During System Programming the programming extension is considered to be busy.
The display on the PT permits interactive programming.
Access to System Programming is allowed only one at a time.
To access system administration, a valid password must be entered. The password is
factory-programmed and can be changed. <[107] System Password>
• Programmes [0XX] (Manager Programming) can be changed by any user (User
Programming).
Programming Guide References
• [006] Operator / Manager Extension Assignment
• [107] System Password
Features Guide References
• System Programming and Diagnosis with Personal Computer
User Manual References
None
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1.3
System Features
System Features
Account Code Entry
Description
An Account Code is used to identify incoming and outgoing outside calls for accounting and
billing purposes. The account code is appended to the Station Message Detail Recording
(SMDR) call record. For incoming outside calls, account codes are optional. For outgoing
outside calls, there are three modes available to enter an account code as follows. One mode is
selected for each extension on a Class of Service basis. <[508] Account Code Entry Mode>
Mode Type
Description
Verified-All Calls
The user must always enter a pre-assigned account
code when making any of the following calls unless it
has previously been stored in memory.
• Call Forwarding – to Outside Line
• Last Number Redial
• One-Touch Dialling
• Outside Line Access
• Pickup Dialling
• Saved Number Redial
• Station Speed Dialling
• System Speed Dialling
Verified-Toll
Restriction Override
The user can enter a pre-assigned account code only
when the user needs to override toll restriction.
Option
The user can enter any account code if needed.
Conditions
• An account code can be stored into Memory Dialling (System / Station Speed Dialling;
One-Touch Dialling; Pickup Dialling; Call Forwarding – to Outside Line).
• The Account button may be used in place of the feature number. A flexible button on the
proprietary telephone set can be programmed as the Account button. <[005] Flexible CO
Button Assignment>
• Account code entry after receiving a disconnection signal from an outside line must be done
within 15 seconds. Otherwise, SMDR call record is activated and entry becomes impossible
afterwards.
• If disconnection signal is selected <[990] System Additional Information, Area 01-Bit3>
and Flash function is enabled <[990] System Additional Information, Area 02-Bit5>, the
Verified-All Calls extension is allowed to make an outside call using the same line with
Flash function.
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1.3
System Features
• In any mode, emergency dial numbers stored <[009] Emergency Dial Number Set> can be
dialled out without an account code entry.
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering
[105] Account Codes
[508] Account Code Entry Mode
[990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
• Toll Restriction
User Manual References
• 2.2.5 Calling without Restrictions
• 4.1.3 Customising the Buttons
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System Features
Budget Management
Description
Limits the telephone usage to a pre-assigned amount. For example, the limit may be the amount
deposited at check-in of a hotel. If the pre-assign limit is reached, the extension user cannot
make further calls until he/she receives authorisation from the operator.
Conditions
None
Programming Guide References
• [010] Budget Management
Features Guide References
• Hotel Application
User Manual References
None
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1.3
System Features
Charge Fee Reference
Description
Allows the pre-assigned display telephone user to see, clear charges and print out the data by
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR). Charges are displayed per extension, outside line,
account code or the total of each can be referred to.
Conditions
• The allowed extension is determined by System Programming. <[122] Charge Verification
Assignment>
• The verification ID is required to perform this feature. <[123] Charge Verification ID Code
Set>
• It is possible to select the first display, Meter or Charge. <[120] Charge Display Selection>
This can be switched manually at each extension.
• Exchange rate between Meter and Charges is assigned by Station Programming.
• The displayed currency denomination can be programmed. <[121] Assignment of
Denomination>
• If the amount exceeds the maximum displayable meter (99999999), then only the highest
possible meter will be displayed.
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
[120] Charge Display Selection
[121] Assignment of Denomination
[122] Charge Verification Assignment
[123] Charge Verification ID Code Set
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 4.1.4 Charge Fee Management [Pre-assigned extension only]
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System Features
Class of Service (COS)
Description
COS is used to define the features which are allowed for a group of extensions. Each extension
is assigned a COS number. Eight Classes of Service are available.
Conditions
• The programmable items are shown below:
Programmable items
Outgoing call restriction level (Day mode / Night mode) – 1
through 8
Programme Address
[500–501]
Restriction of outside call duration
[502]
Transfers a call to an outside party
[503]
Forwards a call to an outside party
[504]
Executive Busy Override
[505]
Executive Busy Override Deny
[506]
Overrides Do Not Disturb of the called extension
[507]
Account Code Entry operation – verified - all calls / verified toll restriction override / option
[508]
Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA) / Whisper OHCA
[509]
• A Class of Service can be assigned to a DISA (Direct Inward System Access) user code.
It determines the toll restriction level of the DISA caller.
Programming Guide References
• [601] Class of Service
• [811] DISA / TIE User Codes
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
None
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1.3
System Features
Console
Description
The console provides direct access to extensions and features and busy lamp display.
The console must be programmed to work with a proprietary telephone (PT). System
Programming assigns the jack numbers of the console and its associated PT. <[007] Console
Port and Paired Telephone Assignment>
Up to four consoles can be installed per system. A PT can be paired with up to four consoles.
The paired telephone user can carry out the following operations using the console:
• Direct access to an extension (Direct Station Selection)
• Quick access to an outside party (One-Touch Dialling)
• Easy transfer of an outside call to an extension
(The programmable One-Touch Transfer feature provides simplified operation.)
• Quick access to a system feature
The above functions are activated simply by pressing buttons on the console which were preprogrammed as function buttons.
Consoles are provided with the following buttons listed below:
KX-T Consoles:
Buttons
7040 / 7240 / 7340
DSS
(32)
PF (Programmable Feature)
(16)
7440 / 7540
(66)
7441 / 7541
(48)
ANSWER
RELEASE
: The button is provided on the designated telephones.
(x): Shows the number of buttons only if multiple buttons are provided.
The functions of the listed buttons are described below:
DSS (Direct Station Selection) buttons: Used to access extensions. Every button is
programmed to correspond to an extension. Pressing a button allows the user to call the
corresponding extension. Every button is provided with an indicator (BLF: Busy Lamp
Field), which shows the current state of the corresponding extension as shown in the Table
below:
Busy Lamp Field Table
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Light
State of
extension
Off
Idle
On
Busy
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To meet the user's various needs, DSS buttons can be changed to the other function buttons.
PF (Programmable Feature) buttons printed as F1 through F16:
These buttons are provided with no default setting. The paired telephone user can programme
the buttons for the other function buttons.
ANSWER button:
Used to answer an incoming call to the paired telephone.
RELEASE button:
Used to disconnect the line during or after a conversation or to complete a Call Transfer.
Conditions
• Programming the DSS and PF buttons can be done only from the paired telephone using
Station Programming or Programming with Personal Computer. System Programming with
a Proprietary Telephone is not available.
• If the extension number assigned to a DSS button is changed to another number, the DSS
button automatically follows the new number. (Re-programming is not necessary.)
• During System Connection*1, consoles must be paired with telephones in the same system.
• If a port connected to a console is programmed for XDP jack, a single line telephone can be
connected to the port in parallel. <[600] EXtra Device Port>
Installation Manual References
• 2.3.2 Extension Connection
Programming Guide References
• [007] Console Port and Paired Telephone Assignment
• [600] EXtra Device Port
Features Guide References
• Button, Flexible
• EXtra Device Port (XDP)
User Manual References
• 2.2.1 Basic Calling
• 3.2.4 Using the ANSWER / RELEASE Button [KX-T7441 only]
*1
Available for the KX-TD1232 only.
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1.3
System Features
Door Opener
Description
Allows the extension users to unlock the door for a visitor from their telephones. The door can
be unlocked by extension users who have been programmed to receive doorphone calls.
However, while engaged on a doorphone call, any extension user can open the door from the
telephone to let the visitor in.
Conditions
• It is necessary to install a user-supplied door opener on each door to be opened. Two door
openers can be installed. System Connection*1 provides for four door openers.
• The door opener will open the door even if a doorphone is not installed.
• The door can remain unlocked for 3 or 5 seconds (default: 5 seconds).
<[990] System Additional Information, Area 07-Bit 12>
Installation Manual References
• 2.4.8 Doorphone and Door Opener Connection
Programming Guide References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
• [607-608] Doorphone Ringing Assignment – Day / Night
• [990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
• Doorphone Call
User Manual References
• 2.8.1 If a Doorphone / Door Opener is Connected
*1
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System Features
Extension Group
Description
The system supports eight extension groups. Any member of an extension group a can pick up
a call directed to another group member (Group Call Pickup) or can make a voice
announcement to another group member (Paging – Group). In addition, the Station Hunting
function can be enabled for each extension group.
Conditions
• Every extension should belong to an extension group but cannot belong to more than one
group.
• If System Connection*1 is employed an extension group can include extensions on both
systems.
• A floating number can be assigned to each extension group.
Programming Guide References
• [106] Station Hunting Type
• [602] Extension Group Assignment
• [813] Floating Number Assignment
Features Guide References
• Call Pickup
• Paging
• Station Hunting
User Manual References
None
*1
Available for the KX-TD1232 only.
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1.3
System Features
Flash
Description
The FLASH button is used to allow a proprietary telephone user to disconnect the current call
and originate another call without hanging up first.
Conditions
• If External Feature Access is enabled on the FLASH button, this function does not work for
an outside call. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 01-Bit 3>
• The amount of time between successive accesses to the same outside line is programmable.
<[414] Disconnect Time>
• Pressing the FLASH button re-starts the conversation duration, outputs a Station Message
Detail Recording (SMDR) call record, inserts the automatic pause, and checks toll
restriction level again.
• It is required to enable this function at the locked extension and toll-restricted extension.
<[990] System Additional Information, Area 02-Bit 5>
Programming Guide References
• [414] Disconnect Time
• [990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
• External Feature Access
User Manual References
None
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System Features
Flexible Numbering
Description
The numbers used for the access codes of system features and the numbers used for extension
numbers are not fixed. They can be set as required, provided there are no conflicts. Feature
numbers can be from one to three digits, utilising numbers "0 through 9" as well as " " and
"#". Extension numbers can be two to four digits in length. Any number can be set as the
leading first or second digit. If one digit is assigned as the leading digit, some extensions have
2-digit numbers and some have 3-digit numbers. If two digits are assigned as the leading digits,
some have 3-digit numbers and some have 4-digit numbers. For the available flexible numbers,
please refer to the programme [100] Flexible Numbering.
Conditions
• Flexible feature numbers can only be dialled during dial tone.
• The following are examples of feature number conflicts: Examples: 1 and 11, 0 and 00, 2
and 21, 10 and 101, 32 and 321, etc.
• Some flexible feature numbers require additional digits to make the feature active. For
example, to set Call Waiting, the feature number for "Call Waiting" must be followed by
"1"and to cancel it, the same feature number should be followed by "0".
Programming Guide References
• [003] Extension Number Set
• [100] Flexible Numbering
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
None
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Floating Station
Description
You can assign virtual extension numbers for resources to make them appear as extensions.
<[813] Floating Number Assignment>
These numbers are defined as floating numbers (FN). The following resources can have
floating numbers:
Resource Type
External paging
instruments
Description
Used for Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station (TAFAS) feature. One
FN for KX-TD816 and four FNs for KX-TD1232 can be assigned as:
a) Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1 destination
b) DISA destination
c) Intercept Routing destination
Extension groups
Used for Station Hunting feature (Ring Group and UCD only). Eight FNs can be
assigned as:
a) DIL 1:1 destination
b) Intercept Routing destination
c) Extension
Direct Inward
System Access
(DISA) messages
Used for DISA feature. Two FNs can be assigned as:
Modem
Used for system administration. One FN can be assigned as:
a) DIL 1:1 destination
b) Intercept Routing destination
a) DIL 1:1 destination
b) DISA destination (as an extension number to call the modem)
Digital Test Access
(DTA)
Used for testing. One FN can be assigned as an extension.
Conditions
Floating numbers cannot be used for setting a feature such as Call Forwarding, etc.
Installation Manual References
• 2.4.7 DISA Card / Unit and Remote Card / Unit Installation
Programming Guide References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
• [813] Floating Number Assignment
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Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
None
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Host PBX Access
Description
The system may be installed behind an existing host PBX. This is performed by connecting a
line from the host to an outside line in the Digital Super Hybrid System.
Conditions
• To enable Host PBX Access, put the host PBX line in an outside line group. The user
accesses the host PBX by selecting that outside line.
• A Host PBX Access Code is required to access outside lines of the host PBX. <[411] Host
PBX Access Codes>
• A pause, if programmed <[412] Pause Time>, can be inserted between the user-dialled Host
PBX Access Code and the following digits (Pause Insertion, Automatic). Programme the
pause time required by the Host PBX for that outside line group.
• Access to the host PBX during a conversation is also possible (External Feature Access).
Programming Guide References
• [411] Host PBX Access Codes
• [412] Pause Time
Features Guide References
• External Feature Access
• Pause Insertion, Automatic
User Manual References
• 2.8.2 If a Host PBX is Connected
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Hotel Application
Description
Allows the operator to handle the front/operator services such as check-in / check-out, remote
timed reminder (wake-up call). To activate these services, Hotel Application must first be
enabled. <[124] Hotel Application>
The operation is applicable to only the operator extension with KX-T7536 / KX-T7436 / KXT7235.
Check-In /
Check-Out
Controls the check-in / check-out service.
Check-in mode: Activates the primary Class of Service (COS) and
automatically clears the charge counter.
Check-out mode: Activates the secondary COS and prints out the
total telephone charge and the other charges (such as mini-bar
charges). There are two types of check-out mode, ready or not ready
(cleaned up or not).
<Check-out operation procedure>
1. The operator changes the room status from check-in to check-out
(not ready) mode.
2. Ready for the room (clean up, etc.).
3. The operator or the maid in the room changes the check-out (not
ready) to check-in (ready) mode.
Remote Timed
Reminder
(Wake-Up Call)
Remotely sets, cancels and confirms the wake-up call for an extension.
The Alert button on Operator 1's extension turns red if the guest does
not respond to the alarm ringing. The Alert button can also be used to
confirm the not responded room number or to call back the room.
Other useful
services
• To inform the guest that a message has been left, the MESSAGE
button light turns on or the single line telephone in a guest room
rings. If a Voice Processing System (VPS) is connected, the guest
can hear messages stored in a mailbox. (Message Waiting)
• A guest can access the extension simply by pressing one digit
number (e.g. room service). (Quick Dialling)
• The operator can prohibit intercom call from a guest room to
prevent prank calls. (Remote Station Lock Control)
Conditions
[Check-In / Check-Out]
• The telephone charge can be added to the surcharge according to the pre-assigned margin
rate. <[011] Charge Margin Rate>
• It is possible to limit telephone usage to a pre-assigned amount. <[010] Budget
Management>
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• When Hotel Application is enabled, all extension is set to the primary COS. After
completing a confirmation of check-in and check-out, the extension is set to the secondary
COS.
• If the paired console is used, the operator can refer to the room status on the console while
the display of paired KX-T7536 / KX-T7436 / KX-T7235 is in HOTEL menu. The
lightening patterns of DSS button and room status are shown below:
Lighting Pattern
Room Status
Red on
Check-in
Red flash
Check-out (not ready)
Off
Check-out (ready)
• Checking out when the printer is connected:
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) records detailed check-out information. To
print out the information, the printer must be connected and its Flow Control must be
assigned to "XON/XOFF". Before printing out, the information, except the telephone
charge, can be confirmed on the telephone display, and if required, the expenses can be
changed. A display and printout example is shown below.
<Display example>
Check out Room: 201
Minibar
Others
END
25.00
12.50
PREV
PRINT
<Print out example>
Check in : Jan.01.99 17:30
Check out : Jan.02.99 00:15
Room
: 201
01/01/99 07:00PM 201 01 4812134
01/01/99 07:30PM 201 01 4775678
01/01/99 08:21PM 201 01 4905100
Telephone
Minibar
Others
Total
00:00’52
00:00’30
00:00’44
46.23 KC
23.00 KC
30.77 KC
100.00
25.00
12.50
KC 137.50
a) It is possible to give a header to the printed bill such as the hotel's name or greeting or
to assign the starting location of output data with a personal computer.
b) A new page is started for each print-out.
c) The system can store check-out information for 1000 calls. If over 900 calls are stored,
the information of the room which made the most calls is automatically printed out. To
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distinguish this from formal check-out sheet, "**" is printed after the room number.
<Example> [Room:201 **]
On this room’s formal check-out sheet, "Call amount" will show the number of calls
which have been printed out beforehand.
<Example> [01/01/99 12:05AM 201 Call amount:25]
• Checking out when the printer is not connected:
Even if the printer is not connected, check-out information can be confirmed on the
telephone display, and if required, minibar and other expenses can be changed. A display
example is shown below.
Check out Room: 201
Telephone
100.00
Minibar
25.00
Others
12.50
END
PREV
PRINT
[Remote Timed Reminder (Wake-Up Call)]
• When either an operator or the extension sets a new time, the pre-set time is cleared.
• The Alert button can be assigned to a flexible CO button on Operator 1's extension only.
<[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment>
• SMDR for Timed Reminder:
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) records the detailed Timed Reminder
information and prints it out automatically when the Timed Reminder starts and it is not
answered. You can also disable the printout. <[990] System Additional Information, Area
5-Bit 10> The print out example is shown below.
Date
Time
01/01/99 10:00AM
01/01/99 10:01AM
Ext CO
Dial Number
103
103
Reminder / Start
Reminder / No Answer
Duration
Acc code
CD
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[010] Budget Management
[011] Charge Margin Rate
[100] Flexible Numbering
[124] Hotel Application
[217] Timed Reminder Alarm Repeat Times
[218] Timed Reminder Alarm Interval Time
[423] Pay Tone Assignment
[601] Class of Service
[990] System Additional Information
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Features Guide References
• Budget Management
• Charge Fee Reference
User Manual References
• 3.2.5 Hotel Use Features [KX-T7436, KX-T7235 only]
• 4.1.3 Customising the Buttons
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Manager Extension
Description
One extension in the system can be assigned as the system manager. This extension can
perform System Programming. <[006] Operator / Manager Extension Assignment>
Conditions
• Besides the manager extension, the extension that is connected to jack 1 is able to perform
System Programming.
• If eXtra Device Port mode is activated at the manager extension, the proprietary telephone
user is regarded as the manager.
Programming Guide References
• [006] Operator / Manager Extension Assignment
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
None
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Night Service
Description
The system supports both night and day modes of operation. The system operation for
originating and receiving calls can be different for day and night modes. The system operation
for restricting toll calls can be arranged separately to prevent unauthorised toll calls at night.
Switching the Day / Night Mode
Day / Night mode can be switched either automatically or manually.
Switching Type
Description
Automatic
Your system will switch the day / night mode at the programmed
time each day. The starting time of the day / night mode can be set
for each day. <[102] Day / Night Service Starting Time>
Manual
The operator can switch the day / night mode by dialling the feature
number or pressing the Night button.
Conditions
• The following programming items may be assigned differently for the day and night modes.
[407-408] DIL 1:1 Extension – Day / Night
[409-410] Intercept Extension – Day / Night
[500-501] Toll Restriction Level – Day / Night
[603-604] DIL 1:N Extension and Delayed Ringing – Day / Night
[605-606] Outgoing Permitted Outside Line Assignment – Day / Night
[607-608] Doorphone Ringing Assignment – Day / Night
• If the Night button is assigned to a flexible button <[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment>,
it shows the current status as follows.
Lighting Pattern
Day / Night Status
Off
Day mode
Red on
Night mode
• Any extension user except the operators can check the current status on the display by
pressing the Night button.
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
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[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering
[101] Day / Night Service Switching Mode
[102] Day / Night Service Starting Time
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Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.7.9 Checking the Day / Night Service Status
• 3.2.1 Day / Night Service
• 4.1.3 Customising the Buttons
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Operator
Description
The system supports up to two operators. Any extension can be designated as an operator.
The extension assigned as an operator has the ability to perform the following operations:
• Clearing the Call Log Lock
• Clearing the Live Call Screening Password
• Handling the Hotel Application
• Recording and playing outgoing messages
• Switching Day/Night mode manually
• Setting / clearing the Remote Station Lock
• Setting the Background Music – External on and off
The other extension user can call an operator extension by dialling the feature number (default:
0), if at least one operator is assigned (Operator Call).
Conditions
• If eXtra Device Port mode is activated at the operator's extension, the proprietary telephone
user is regarded as the operator.
• The operator can be assigned as the destination of Transfer Recall. <[990] System
Additional Information, Area 02-Bit 1>
• The Operator Call is connected to Operator 1 first and then Operator 2 if Operator 1 is busy.
Programming Guide References
• [006] Operator / Manager Extension Assignment
• [100] Flexible Numbering
• [990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.2.1 Basic Calling
• 3 Operator Operation
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Outgoing Message (OGM)
Description
Allows the extension assigned as an operator to record outgoing voice messages. There are
three types of outgoing messages that can be recorded.
After recording these messages, the operator can also play them back for confirmation.
Message Type
Description
Direct Inward System
Access (DISA)
Played when a caller accesses the DISA feature. There can be
two different DISA messages.
Uniform Call
Distribution (UCD)
If assigned in the UCD Table, this message is played when all
extensions in an UCD group are busy or not available.
There can be four different UCD messages.
Timed Reminder
Used in Timed Reminder. When answering the Timed
Reminder alarm (often used as a wake-up call), the user will
hear this message. There can be only one Timed Reminder
message.
Conditions
• Outgoing messages are numbered as follows:
OGM Number
Assignable Message
OGM 1
DISA message 1 or UCD message 1
OGM 2
DISA message 2 or UCD message 2
OGM 3
Timed Reminder message or UCD message 3
OGM 4
UCD message 4
• A DISA Unit for the KX-TD816 or a DISA Card for the KX-TD1232 is required to
programme the OGM. One unit or card can be installed per system. System Connection*1
permits two DISA Cards. If there are two DISA Cards, the same message is recorded for
both simultaneously.
• It is possible to select a maximum recording time of 0/16/32/64 seconds for each message.
The total length must be under sixty four seconds. <[215] Outgoing Message Time>
Installation Manual References
• 2.4.7 DISA Card / Unit and Remote Card / Unit Installation
*1
Available for the KX-TD1232 only.
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Programming Guide References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
• [215] Outgoing Message Time
Features Guide References
• Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
• Timed Reminder
• Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
User Manual References
• 3.2.3 Recording Outgoing Messages
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Outside Line Group
Description
Outside lines can be grouped into up to eight outside line groups. This allows extensions to call
outside parties without designating a specific outside line, since an outside line is automatically
selected from the designated outside line group. All outside lines belonging to an outside line
group follow the assignment determined for that outside line group. A list of assignments for
each outside line group is shown as follows:
• The destination of Intercept Routing
• Disconnect Time
• Flash Time
• Host PBX Access Code
• Pause Time (used in Speed Dialling and Flash)
Conditions
• Each outside line can only belong to one outside line group.
• Outside lines in an outside line group are selected uniformly if all lines belong to the same
system.
• If System Connection*1 is established, an outside line group can include outside lines in both
systems. In this case, an outside line is first selected from the user's system. If all lines in
the user's system are in use, a line in the other system is selected.
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
[100] Flexible Numbering
[401] Outside Line Group Assignment
[409-410] Intercept Extension – Day / Night
[411] Host PBX Access Codes
[412] Pause Time
[413] Flash Time
[414] Disconnect Time
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
None
*1
Available for the KX-TD1232 only.
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Parallelled Telephone
Description
Any analogue or digital proprietary telephone (APT / DPT) can be connected in parallel with
a single line telephone/device (SLT).
When a parallel connection is made, an extension user can make and answer a call using either
telephone.
Conditions
[General]
• The proprietary telephone (PT) can be used to perform normal operations whether or not
the SLT is enabled.
• When receiving a call;
The SLT is set to ring; both the PT and the SLT will ring except when the PT is in Handsfree Answerback mode or Voice Alerting mode.
The SLT is not set to ring; the PT rings but the SLT does not ring.
However, the SLT can answer the phone.
• When the SLT is in operation, the display and LED (Light Emitting Diode) indicator on the
paired PT will work in the same way as if the PT is in operation.
• The Call Waiting tone can be heard only by a PT.
[DPT + SLT]
• If one telephone goes off-hook while the other telephone is on a call, the call is switched to
the former.
• If eXtra Device Port (XDP) feature is available, each telephone can act as completely
different extensions.
[APT + SLT]
• If one telephone goes off-hook while the other telephone is on a call, a three-party call is
established. If one user goes on-hook, the other user continues the call.
• The extension user cannot originate a call from the SLT if the APT is:
– playing Background Music (BGM)
– in programming mode
– receiving a paging announcement over the built-in speaker.
Installation Manual References
• 2.3.3 Parallelled Telephone Connection
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Programming Guide References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
Features Guide References
• EXtra Device Port (XDP)
User Manual References
• 2.7.10 Setting the Parallel Connected Telephone Ringer (Parallelled Telephone)
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Phantom Extension
Description
Allows the system to route calls to a phantom extension. A call to a phantom extension is sent
to extensions that have the corresponding Phantom Extension button. You can call the phantom
extension by pressing the Phantom Extension button or by dialling the phantom extension
number. If several extensions have the same phantom extension number, they will ring
simultaneously.
Conditions
• Types of calls whose destination can be the phantom extension are:
Call type
Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1;
Direct Inward System Access (DISA);
Outside calls
Intercept Routing – No Answer (IRNA);
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)-Overflow
Intercom calls Extension; Transfer
• A phantom number must be assigned <[130] Phantom Extension Number Set> before
assigning the Phantom Extension button by Station Programming.
• There is a maximum of 128 phantom numbers. Each number has two to four digits,
consisting of numbers 0 through 9.
• The phantom number cannot be used for feature settings such as Call Forwarding.
• The lighting patterns and statuses of the Phantom Extension button are shown below.
Lighting pattern
Phantom Extension Status
Off
Idle
Red on
Calling a phantom extension
Flashing green rapidly
Incoming call
• A DSS (Direct Station Selection) button can be assigned as the Phantom Extension button
so that the operator can use the button for transferring a call.
• Whether or not the extension will ring when a call is received at a phantom extension is
programmable by Station Programming.
Programming Guide References
• [130] Phantom Extension Number Set
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Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.2.2 Easy Dialling
• 4.1.3 Customising the Buttons
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Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR)
Description
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) automatically records detailed call information for
outside calls. A printer connected to the Serial Interface (RS-232C) port can be used to print
incoming and outgoing outside calls as well as print a hard copy of System Programming. To
print out a record of System Programming items that have been assigned, use programme [802]
System Data Printout. To print the call records, use programme [800] SMDR Incoming /
Outgoing Call Log Printout, which allows you to print out the following records:
• Record all outgoing outside calls or outgoing toll calls
• Record all incoming outside calls.
An example of a regular call record printout: When selected for the regular display <[815] SMDR
Output Mode>.
Date
Time
Ext
CO
Dial Number
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
10:03AM
10:07AM
10:08AM
10:08AM
10:09AM
10:10AM
10:11AM
10:11AM
10:20AM
101
103
104
105
280
103
280
280
120
01
20
10
10
14
20
12
22
13
1234567890123456789012345
<INCOMING>
<INCOMING>
<INCOMING>
10222PI-202-346-7890
<INCOMING>
<INCOMING>
0924312111
<INCOMING>
(1)
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(2)
(3)
(4)
Duration
(5)
00:05'12
00:00'56
00:00'20
00:10'01
00:09'18
00:01'24
00:00'24
00:03'02
00:21'46
(6)
Acc code
CD
1234567890
431211
431211
001
TR
FW
D1
RM
(7)
(8)
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An example of a printed charge call record: When the output mode is selected for charge <[815]
SMDR Output Mode> and the charge display is selected <[120] Charge Display Selection>.
Date
Time
Ext CO
Dial Number
Duration
Cost
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
10:03AM
10:07AM
10:08AM
10:08AM
10:09AM
10:10AM
10:11AM
10:11AM
10:20AM
101
103
104
105
280
103
280
280
120
01
20
10
10
14
20
12
22
13
12345678901234567890
<I>
<I>
<I>
10222P1-202-346-7890
<I>
<I>
0924312111
<I>
00:05'12
00:00'56
00:00'20
00:10'01
00:09'18
00:01'24
00:00'24
00:03'02
00:21'46
382.81KC
0.00KC
0.00KC
0.00KC
560.00KC
0.00KC
0.00KC
128.00KC
0.00KC
1234567890
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(6)
(9)
(7)
(5)
Acc code
43121 1
43121 1
001
CD
TR
FW
D1
RM
(8)
An example of a printed meter call record: When the output mode is selected for charge <[815]
SMDR Output Mode> and the meter display is selected <[120] Charge Display Selection>.
Date
Time
Ext CO
Dial Number
Duration
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
06/24/99
10:03AM
10:07AM
10:08AM
10:08AM
10:09AM
10:10AM
10:11AM
10:11AM
10:20AM
101
103
104
105
280
103
280
280
120
01
20
10
10
14
20
12
22
13
12345678901234567890
<I>
<I>
<I>
10222P1-202-346-7890
<I>
<I>
0924312111
<I>
00:05'12
00:00'56
00:00'20
00:10'01
00:09'18
00:01'24
00:00'24
00:03'02
00:21'46
15
0
0
0
520
0
0
0
1040
•
•
•
(1)
•
•
•
(2)
•
•
•
(3)
•
•
•
(4)
•
•
•
(6)
•
•
•
(10)
•
•
•
(5)
Cost
Acc code
CD
1234567890
431211
431211
001
TR
FW
D1
RM
•
•
•
(7)
•
•
•
(8)
Explanation:
Number in
the
example
(1)
Item
Date
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Description
Shows the date of the call as Month / Day / Year.
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Explanation:
Number in
the
example
Item
Description
(2)
Time
Shows the end time of a call as Hour / Minute / AM or PM.
(3)
Ext (Extension)
Shows the extension number, floating number, etc., which was
engaged in the call.
(4)
CO (Outside line) Shows the outside line number used for the call.
(5)
Dial Number
Outgoing call: shows the other party's telephone number (regular call
record: maximum 30 digits, charge or meter call record: maximum of
20 digits). Valid digits are 0 through 9, , #, P (if the PAUSE button is
pressed), or the mark "=" (if a host PBX access code is entered).
Received call: shows <INCOMING> and <I>.
(6)
Duration
Shows the duration of the call in Hours / Minutes / Seconds.
(7)
Acc Code
(Account Code)
Shows the account code appended to the call.
(8)
CD
(Condition Code)
Shows call handling type with the following codes:
TR: Transfer
FW: Call Forwarding to Outside Line
D0: Non Security Outside Line Access using Direct Inward System
Access (DISA)
D1 through D32: DISA User Codes 1 through 32
RM: Remote access to a modem
(9)
Cost
Shows the charge.
(10)
Cost
Shows the meter.
Conditions
• Connect a printer to the Serial Interface (RS-232C) connector of the main unit. After
connecting a printer, do not press the RETURN key, if provided on the printer, for 10
seconds.
• When programmed for outgoing toll calls only, printing occurs only for calls which start
with the numbers stored in any Denied Code Table from levels 2 to 6. If Automatic Route
Selection (ARS) is employed, the modified number is checked against these tables.
• This system can store information of up to 100 calls. If more calls are originated or received,
previous records are deleted starting with the oldest one.
• It is possible to select whether the SMDR prints out the account code <[990] System
Additional Information, Area 06-Bit 2>. If it is printed out, it is shown in dots.
• SMDR for Hotel Application:
SMDR also records and prints out details for the Hotel Application function: check-out
information and Timed Reminder information.
• SMDR data is not deleted when you reset the system.
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• If the system clock is not set <[000] Date and Time Set> or if the calendar IC is out of order,
the date and time will not be printed out.
• If the FLASH signal is manually sent during a conversation, the call record is printed and a
new record is started.
Installation Manual References
• 2.3.8 Printer and PC Connection
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
[000] Date and Time Set
[120] Charge Display Selection
[212] Call Duration Count Start Time
[800] SMDR Incoming / Outgoing Call Log Printout
[801] SMDR Format
[802] System Data Printout
[806-807] Serial Interface (RS-232C) Parameters
[815] SMDR Output Mode
[990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
• Hotel Application
User Manual References
None
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System Features
Voice Mail Integration for Digital Proprietary
Telephones
Description
A Digital Proprietary Telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System (one that
supports digital proprietary telephone integration; e.g. KX-TVP200) can be connected to a
Digital Super Hybrid System in a tightly integrated fashion.
The system sends the Voice Processing System (VPS) data which contains the extension
number configuration information and the VPS automatically creates mailboxes with this data
(Automatic Configuration – Quick Setup).
With a digital proprietary telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System, the following
features are available:
Features
Descriptions
Live Call Screening
(LCS)
Allows the user to monitor their voice mailbox while an incoming
caller is leaving a message and, if desired, intercept the call by
pressing the LCS button. When the caller is connected to the
voice mailbox, one of following ways can be selected for
monitoring by Station Programming (Live Call Screening Mode
Set).
Hands-free mode: The user can monitor the call automatically
through the built-in speaker.
Private mode: The user will hear an alert tone. To monitor the
call, the user goes off-hook with the handset or speakerphone.
Two-Way Recording
into Voice Mail
Allows the user to record a conversation into one's mailbox or
another mailbox, while talking on the phone.
Use the Two-Way Record button to record into your own
mailbox. Use the Two-Way Transfer button to record into
someone else's mailbox.
Note
When you record Two-Way telephone conversations, you should
inform the other party that the conversation is being recorded.
Conditions
[General]
• A maximum of one VPS can be connected to each system.
• A maximum of six jacks of the system can be connected to a digital proprietary telephone
capable VPS. Because a digital proprietary telephone connection supports up to two
simultaneous voice calls, only one jack of the system needs to be connected for every two
VPS ports.
• Connect the jacks and ports in order. In other words, the lowest number jack of the system
used for VPS connection must be connected to the lowest number VPS port.
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• The VPS data is transmitted to the VPS via the lowest jack port.
[Live Call Screening (LCS)]
• A single line telephone, which is connected to a LCS activated proprietary telephone in
parallel, can be also used to monitor a message recording. Even if you are out with a
cordless telephone, an alert tone through the handset lets you know that a message is being
recorded. To intercept the call, flash the hookswitch.
• When the extension user is having a conversation, a call waiting tone is sent. The user can
put the existing call on hold before accessing LCS.
• A flexible CO and DSS (Direct Station Selection) button can be assigned as a LCS or LCS
cancel button. <[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment>
• To prevent unauthorised monitoring, a three-digit password must be set by the LCS user. If
the user forgets their password, it can be cleared by the operator (Live Call Screeing
Password Control).
• Each extension can be programmed to either close the mailbox or keep recording the
conversation after the call is intercepted. <[616] Live Call Screening Recording Mode
Assignment>
[Two-Way Recording into Voice Mail]
• A flexible CO and DSS (Direct Station Selection) button can be assigned as the Two-Way
Record or the Two-Way Transfer button. <[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment>
• When all of the voice mail ports are busy:
– Pressing the Two-Way Record button sends an alarm tone.
– Pressing the Two-Way Transfer button followed by an extension number sends an alarm
tone.
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering
[117] Voice Mail Number Assignment
[118] Voice Mail Extension Number Set
[119] Voice Mail Extension Group Assignment
[616] Live Call Screening Recording Mode Assignment
Features Guide References
• Voice Mail Integration for Inband
User Manual References
•
•
•
•
2.8.3 If a Voice Processing System is Connected
3.1.1 Changing the Settings
4.1.2 Initial Settings
4.1.3 Customising the Buttons
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Voice Mail Integration for Inband
Description
This system can accommodate Voice Processing System (VPS) equipment, which offers the
user Voice Mail (VM) and Automated Attendant (AA) Services. If an extension user has set
the Call Forwarding destination to the VPS, the calling party will be forwarded to the VPS and
can leave a voice message in the mailbox of the extension. When a call is transferred to the VPS
by Call Forwarding or Intercept Routing – No Answer (IRNA) features, the mailbox number
is sent to the VPS automatically with DTMF (Dual Tone Multi-Frequency) signalling (Follow
On ID). Up to twelve extension jacks can be connected to VPS as extensions in the system.
System Explanation
1. Voice Mail (VM) Service
a) Call Forwarding to VM
If an extension user sets Call Forwarding (C. FWD) whose destination is the VPS, an
incoming call is forwarded to the VPS under the proper conditions. The system sends to
the VPS a mailbox number of the corresponding extension at that time. Therefore the
calling party can leave his / her message in the mailbox of the desired extension without
knowing the mailbox number.
Outside Call
Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1, Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
System
Intercom
Call
VPS
Extension
C.FWD
VM 1
VM 2
VM Hunting
Chain
VM X
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System Features
Outside Call
DIL 1:1, DISA
System
VPS
Operator
Extension
C.FWD
VM 1
Transfer
VM 2
VM Hunting
Chain
VM X
VM 3
b) Intercept Routing to VM
If an outside line is set as Intercept Routing – No Answer (IRNA) whose destination is
the VPS, an outside call is forwarded to the VPS under the proper conditions. The
system sends to the VPS a mailbox number of the corresponding extension at that time.
Therefore the calling party can leave his / her message in the mailbox of the desired
extension without knowing the mailbox number.
Outside Call
DIL 1:1, DIL 1:N, DISA
System
VPS
Extension
IRNA
VM 1
VM 2
VM Hunting
Chain
VM X
VM 3
c) Transferring to VM
The extension user can transfer an outside call to the VPS so that calling party can leave
his / her message in the mailbox of the desired extension. The extension user should use
the Voice Mail (VM) Transfer button, when transferring a call to the VPS. Pressing this
button and entering the extension number allows the extension user to transfer the call
to the mailbox of the corresponding extension.
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System Features
Outside Call
System
VPS
(1) Transfer
Extension
(2) Transfer
Extension
(Operator) by VM Transfer
busy/no answer
VM 1
VM 2
VM Hunting
Chain
Button
VM X
VM 3
d) Changing from VM to Automated Attendant (AA)
The Automated Attendant Service is automatically activated in the following cases:
1) The incoming call is not answered by the operator and IRNA is activated.
2) The operator is assigned as a destination of DIL 1:1 and the operator sets the Call
Forwarding to VPS.
Outside Call
DIL 1:1, DIL 1:N, DISA
System
VPS
Operator
C.FWD, IRNA
VM→ΑΑ 1
VM→ΑΑ 2
VM→ΑΑ X
VM→ΑΑ 3
e) Listening to a Recorded Message
If the VPS receives a message, the VPS can turn on the MESSAGE button indicator of
the corresponding telephone as notification to the user of the telephone. (Panasonic KXTVP series can do this.) The VPS notifies the extension user that there is a message
waiting in his / her mailbox. When the MESSAGE button indicator is lit, pressing the
button allows the extension user to play back the stored message.
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2. Automated Attendant (AA) Service
a) AA to Extension
AA receives and answers an outside call and offers services such as transferring to a
specified extension or the corresponding mailbox by the DTMF signalling, which is sent
from the calling party.
Outside Call
DIL 1:1, DIL 1:N, DISA
System
VPS
Transfer
Extension
AA 1
AA 2
VM Hunting
Chain
AA X
AA 3
Conditions
• A VPS can be assigned as the destination of the following features.
Call Forwarding – All Calls
Call Forwarding – Busy
Call Forwarding – Busy / No Answer
Call Forwarding – No Answer
Intercept Routing – No Answer
In these functions, the caller to the extension need not know the mailbox number of the
called extension because the code is automatically transmitted to the VPS (Follow On ID
function). If a DIL 1:N call is transferred to the VPS by IRNA, your system transmits the
mailbox number of the lowest jack number of the receiving extensions.
• A mailbox number is a respective extension number by default. The mailbox number can
be changed, only if programme [990] System Additional Information, Area 02-Bit 8 is set
to "free".
• Pressing the Voice Mail Transfer button and dialling the extension number allows the
extension user to transfer to the corresponding mailbox. In this case, Follow On ID function
is available.
• The Voice Mail extension should be set to Data Line Security to achieve proper recording.
• The Voice Mail extension can execute the Busy Station Signalling (BSS) function to the
ringing extension.
• It is recommended that you do not connect more than two VM ports to each Extension Card
or Unit.
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System Features
Installation Manual References
• 2.3.2 Extension Connection
• 2.4.3 8-Station Line Unit Connection
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering
[106] Station Hunting Type
[113] VM Status DTMF Set
[114] VM Command DTMF Set
[407-408] DIL 1:1 Extension – Day / Night
[409-410] Intercept Extension – Day / Night
[603-604] DIL 1:N Extension and Delayed Ringing – Day / Night
[609] Voice Mail Access Codes
[990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
• Call Forwarding
• Intercept Routing
• Station Hunting
User Manual References
• 2.8.3 If a Voice Processing System is Connected
• 4.1.3 Customising the Buttons
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1.4
Fault Recovery/Diagnostic
Fault Recovery/Diagnostic
Power Failure Restart
Description
When turning the electricity back on, the system restarts the stored data automatically. Before
restarting, the system records the error log if necessary.
Conditions
• In the case of KX-TD1232, if System Connection is established, the Slave System makes a
copy of the restored data in the Master system.
• In the event of a power failure, system memory is protected by a factory-provided lithium
battery. There is no memory loss except the memories of Camp-On and Call Park.
Programming Guide References
Not programming required.
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
None
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Fault Recovery/Diagnostic
Power Failure Transfer
Description
If a power failure should happen, or a system is in an off-line condition, specific extension
telephone instruments are automatically connected to specific outside lines. This provides
outside line conversations between the following extensions and outside lines:
KX-TD816:
Outside line 01 is connected to extension jack number 01
Outside line 02 is connected to extension jack number 02
Outside line 05 is connected to extension jack number 09 (not available for an ISDN line)
Outside line 06 is connected to extension jack number 10 (not available for an ISDN line)
KX-TD1232:
Outside line 01 is connected to extension jack number 01
Outside line 02 is connected to extension jack number 02
Outside line 03 is connected to extension jack number 09
Outside line 04 is connected to extension jack number 10
Outside line 09 is connected to extension jack number 17 (not available for an ISDN line)
Outside line 10 is connected to extension jack number 18 (not available for an ISDN line)
Single line telephones can work in case of a power failure. Connect these telephone
instruments to the above extension jacks.
Conditions
• All other conversations except for the above combinations are disconnected during a power
failure.
• Only the outside line conversations can operate. All other features do not work.
Installation Manual References
•
•
•
•
•
2.3.1 Outside Line Connection
2.3.2 Extension Connection
2.4.2 4-CO Line Unit Connection
2.4.3 8-Station Line Unit Connection
2.5.1 Auxiliary Connection for Power Failure Transfer
Programming Guide References
Not programming required.
Features Guide References
• Power Failure Restart
User Manual References
None
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Attended Features
1.5 Attended Features
Direct In Lines (DIL)
Description
Enables an incoming outside call to go directly to one or more answering points.
Type
Description
DIL 1:1
An incoming outside call is sent to a single destination. Assignable
destinations are: (1) extension; (2) modem; (3) external pager; (4) DISA
(Direct Inward System Access) message; (5) extension group; or (6)
phantom extension. <[407-408] DIL 1:1 Extension – Day / Night>
DIL 1:N
An incoming outside call is sent to multiple destinations. Assignable
destinations are extensions only. <[603-604] DIL 1:N Extension and
Delayed Ringing – Day / Night>
Conditions
[General]
• If an outside line is programmed for both DIL 1:1 and DIL 1:N, it is regarded as a DIL 1:1
line.
• Both DIL 1:1 and 1:N can have different destinations for day and night modes (Night
Service).
[DIL 1:1]
• DIL 1:1 to the modem allows the caller to perform remote administration. DIL 1:1 to an
external pager causes the pager to sound when receiving incoming calls (TAFAS: Trunk
(Outside Line) Answer From Any Station feature). DIL 1:1 to DISA message allows an
external caller to access the system directly (DISA feature).
[DIL 1:N]
• A telephone set is originally set to ring instantly. It can be changed to delayed ringing, no
ringing or no incoming calls (disable) on an outside line number basis (Delayed Ringing).
If delayed, no ringing or no incoming calls (disable) is assigned to an extension, the
extension can answer an incoming call during no ring or the delay time by pressing the
flashing button.
Programming Guide References
• [407-408] DIL 1:1 Extension – Day / Night
• [603-604] DIL 1:N Extension and Delayed Ringing – Day / Night
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Attended Features
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
None
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Attended Features
Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
Description
Allows an outside caller to access specific system features as if the caller is an extension in the
system. The caller can have direct access to features such as:
• Placing an intercom call to an extension, operator, modem (for remote system
administration) or external pager (for TAFAS: Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any
Station). A dialling route using a one digit number (DISA built-in automated attendant
number) is available.
• Calling an external party.
One of the following security mode must be selected to prevent the caller from making
unauthorised calls. <[809] DISA Security Type>
Security Mode
Description
Non
Any caller can make outside or intercom calls.
Outside Line
A pre-assigned DISA user code is required to make outside
calls.
However, when making an outside call by Call Forwarding – to Outside Line, the call is
permitted (exception).
An Outgoing Message can be programmed for the DISA feature. When a caller reaches the
DISA line, a pre-recorded message will greet the caller. Two different DISA messages may be
recorded by the operator. Thus, one message may be used in day mode and the other in night
mode, or they can be used for different outside lines.
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Flow chart of possible cases and results for DISA calls
An outside call is made.
The DISA Delayed Timer starts.
The caller reaches the DISA line.
Yes
All resources
are busy.
Is IRNA employed?
No
One of the resources is
available. (Outgoing
Message is sent.)
Intercept
Routing starts.
Kept waiting with
a ringback tone.
Making an
extension call
Is IRNA
employed?
TAFAS
Yes
No
The call is accepted.
Intercept
Routing starts.
Calling a
modem.
Idle
Busy
No Answer
Timer starts.
Making an
outside call
Busy
Idle
Is User Code accepted or unnecessary?
Yes
No
Disconnected
after 5 seconds.
The call is accepted.
Conditions
• The following items are required for the DISA feature:
a) An optional DISA Unit or Card must be installed.
b) The Floating Station number of the DISA message should be assigned as the Direct In
Lines (DIL) 1:1 destination. <[813] Floating Number Assignment, [407-408] DIL 1:1
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Extension – Day / Night> This assigns the DISA line and the message accessed by
external callers.
c) The DISA message(s) should be recorded by the operator.
• Only one DISA Unit (for KX-TD816) or DISA Card (for KX-TD1232) can be installed per
system. During System Connection*1, the DISA Card is effective only for an outside line
used in the same system.
• A DISA call is answered after a ringback tone is returned to the caller after the DISA
Delayed Answer Time expires. <[213] DISA Delayed Answer Time> The caller can dial
during the message.
• The floating number of a DISA message may be selected as the destination of Intercept
Routing. <[409-410] Intercept Extension – Day / Night>
• DISA Built-in Automated Attendant:
This system can store up to ten programmable DISA built-in automated attendant numbers.
<[818] DISA Built-in Automated Attendant Number> After listening to the DISA message,
the caller can dial a single digit. The number may be the same as the first digit of other
numbers (extension number, floating number, etc.). To avoid confusion, the system waits
for the second digit for a preprogrammed amount of time (default: 1 second). If the timer
runs out of time, the system assumes that the first digit is a DISA built-in automated
attendant number. <[221] DISA AA Wait Time>
• The DISA line can be used to originate outside calls if a security code (if required) has been
dialled.
• This system can store up to 32 programmable DISA user codes. Each code should be
unique. It is possible to assign a Class of Service number to each code. The Class of Service
of the code defines the Toll Restriction level. <[811] DISA / TIE User Codes>
• The duration of outside-to-outside line calls can be limited. <[206] Outside-to-Outside Line
Call Duration Time> When the specified time expires, both lines are disconnected unless
the caller re-tries or extends the time, if available. A warning tone is sent to both parties 15
seconds before the time-limit at five-second intervals.
• Extending the call duration can be enabled from one to seven minutes or disabled. <[214]
DISA Prolong Time> The caller can do this several times.
• To detect the end of an outside-to-outside line call, Tone Detection can be assigned. <[810]
DISA Tone Detection>
• Dialling " " during DISA outside-to-outside line conversation enables or disables the call
retry. If disables, " " will simply be dialled. <[990] System Additional Information, Area
07-Bit 10>
• When a DISA call arrives at a busy extension which has disabled Call Waiting, a busy tone
will be sent to the caller. If required, Intercept Routing – No Answer (IRNA) can be
activated. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 07-Bit 7>
Installation Manual References
• 2.4.7 DISA Card / Unit and Remote Card / Unit Installation
*1
Available for the KX-TD1232 only.
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Attended Features
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
[100] Flexible Numbering
[203] Intercept Time
[206] Outside-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time
[213] DISA Delayed Answer Time
[214] DISA Prolong Time
[215] Outgoing Message Time
[221] DISA AA Wait Time
[407-408] DIL 1:1 Extension – Day / Night
[409-410] Intercept Extension – Day / Night
[809] DISA Security Type
[810] DISA Tone Detection
[811] DISA / TIE User Codes
[812] DISA DTMF Repeat
[813] Floating Number Assignment
[818] DISA Built-in Automated Attendant Number
[990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
• Intercept Routing
• Outgoing Message (OGM)
User Manual References
• 2.2.8 To Access Another Party Directly from Outside (Direct Inward System Access
[DISA])
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Attended Features
Ring Group
Description
All extensions in a ring group ring simultaneously by dialling the floating number of the
extension group. A ring group can be a Station Hunting type.
Conditions
• Types of calls whose destination can be the ring group are:
Call type
Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1;
Direct Inward System Access (DISA);
Outside calls
Intercept Routing – No Answer (IRNA);
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)-Overflow
Intercom calls Extension; Transfer
• The floating number of the extension group is used for all other hunting types, Circular,
Termination, Voice Mail (VM), Automated Attendant (AA) and Uniform Call Distribution
(UCD).
Programming Guide References
• [106] Station Hunting Type
• [602] Extension Group Assignment
• [813] Floating Number Assignment
Features Guide References
• Floating Station
• Station Hunting
User Manual References
None
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Attended Features
Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station
(TAFAS)
Description
A tone signal is sent through the external pager when an incoming outside call is received. Any
extension user can answer the call.
Conditions
• Connect a user-supplied external paging device.
• One external pager can be installed in the KX-TD816. Two external pagers can be installed
in the KX-TD1232 per system, and System Connection*1 permits four pagers (maximum).
These pagers are numbered from 1 through 4. To answer an incoming call dial the feature
number and 1 to 4. The feature number is the same as that used to answer Paging – External.
• A floating number of a pager is programmable. <[813] Floating Number Assignment>
• TAFAS can be used in the following cases:
a) The floating number of an external pager is assigned as the Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1
destination. In this case all incoming calls on the specified line will be signalled.
b) A DISA (Direct Inward System Access) caller dials the floating number of an external
pager.
c) The floating number of an external pager is assigned as the Intercept Routing
destination. In this case incoming calls redirected to the destination will be signalled.
• A confirmation tone is sent to the user before being connected to the caller. Eliminating the
tone is programmable. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 02-Bit 6>
Installation Manual References
• 2.3.6 External Pager (Paging Equipment) Connection
Programming Guide References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
• [813] Floating Number Assignment
• [990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
• Floating Station
*1
Available for the KX-TD1232 only.
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Attended Features
User Manual References
• 2.3.4 Answering a Call via an External Speaker (Trunk Answer From Any Station
[TAFAS])
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Attended Features
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
Description
UCD is a Station Hunting feature which is activated by dialling the floating number of the
extension group called an UCD group. Incoming calls to an UCD group are distributed
unformly by hunting for an idle extension in a circular way. This UCD feature is particularly
helpful when a certain extension receives a high volume of calls compared with other
extensions.
If all extensions in an UCD group are busy or not available, the incoming outside call will be
handled by the UCD Time Table.
An outline sketch of an UCD is shown below.
1. When a number of calls have arrived at an UCD group, the 1st call is sent to extension A
first.
Calls have arrived at an UCD group.
3rd call in queue
2nd call in queue
1st call in queue
UCD group
Extension A
(When extension A is busy or UCD log out has been
set at extension A, the call is sent to extension B.)
Extension B
(When extension B is busy or UCD log out has been
set at extension B, the call is sent to extension C.)
Extension C
(When extension C is busy or UCD log out has been
set at extension C, the call is sent to extension A.)
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2. When the 1st call arrives at extension A, the 2nd call is sent to extension B.
3nd call in queue
2st call in queue
UCD group
Extension B
(When extension B is busy or UCD log out
has been set at extension B, the call is
sent to extension C.)
Extension C
Extension A
3. When the 2nd call arrives at extension C, the 3rd call will be sent to extension A.
4. When all extensions in an UCD group are busy or not available, the incoming outside call
will be handled by the UCD Time Table. An example is shown below.
UCD Time Table Assignment
UCD
FN
OFN
TT
1
191
101
1
2
192
291
2
3
193
4
194
5
291
6
292
7
293
8
294
UCD: UCD Group Number (1-8)
FN: Floating Number of the UCD Group
OFN: Overflow Extension Number
TT: Time Table Number (1-4)
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Attended Features
Sequence Assignment
TT
SEQUENCE
1
S1
4T
2
S1
2T
3
S4
RT
4
TR
RT
4T
TR
S1: Send Outgoing Message (OGM) 1
S2: Send OGM 2
S3: Send OGM 3
S4: Send OGM 4
TR: Transfer to overflow extension
RT: Return to top
Blank: Disconnect the line
1T: Timer – 16 seconds
2T: Timer – 32 seconds
3T: Timer – 48 seconds
4T: Timer – 64 seconds
Sequence Activation Examples
Sequence Examples
Activation
S4
Sends OGM 4 and then disconnects the line.
S4
TR
N/A
N/A
N/A Sends OGM 4 and then transfers to an overflow extension.
S4
1T
S1
S2
S3
Sends OGM 1, OGM 2, OGM 3 and then disconnects the line.
S4
1T
S1
Sends OGM 4, Music on Hold for 16 seconds, OGM 1 and then
disconnects the line.
S4
1T
4T
RT
N/A
S4
RT
N/A
N/A
N/A Sends OGM 4 repeatedly.
TR
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A Directly transfers to an overflow extension.
RT
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Waits for an idle extension. The caller hears a ringback tone.
(Intercept Routing – No Answer (IRNA) works.)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Waits for an idle extension. The caller hears a ringback tone.
(IRNA works.)
Sends OGM 4, Music on Hold for 16 seconds and then
disconnects the line.
Waits for an idle extension. The caller hears a ringback tone.
(IRNA does not work.)
1T
1T
70
Sends OGM 4, Music on Hold for 16 + 64 seconds and then
OGM 4 again.
RT
N/A
N/A
N/A
Waits for an idle extension. The caller hears a ringback tone.
(IRNA does not work.)
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Sequence Activation Examples
Sequence Examples
1T
TR
N/A
N/A
Activation
N/A
Waits for an idle extension for 16 seconds and then transfers to
an overflow extension.
N/A: not available for assignment.
Note
• The UCD Time Table is not available for incoming extensions or transferred calls.
• If the overflow extension or Time Table number is not assigned, the system will not answer
the call and waits for an idle extension. In this case, IRNA will be employed.
• If the system sends the OGM after queuing, the OGM answering time is subject to the time
assigned. <[213] DISA Delayed Answer Time>
• Dialling is disregarded during the OGM.
• In sequence assignment, "Sx" can be assigned to a space other than the first only when
another "Sx" is assigned in the first space.
• In sequence assignment, an assignment after "TR", "RT" or "Blank" is not available.
• If a timer is the first item in a Time Table sequence, it will delay answering according to the
Timer's setting. The caller will hear a ringback tone.
• Music on Hold after an OGM can be changed to a ringback tone. <[990] System Additional
Information, Area 01-Bit 1>
Conditions
• UCD can be used in the following cases:
a) The floating number of UCD is assigned as the Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1 destination.
b) The floating number of UCD is assigned as the Intercept Routing destination.
c) The floating number of UCD is dialled from an extension.
d) The floating number of UCD is dialled from DISA (Direct Inward System Access).
e) The floating number of UCD is assigned as the UCD Overflow destination.
• This feature requires assigning an UCD for an extension group. <[106] Station Hunting
Type> An extension cannot belong to two or more UCD groups.
• The floating number can be assigned on an UCD group basis. The UCD group is based on
the extension group. <[813] Floating Number Assignment>
• It is possible to set the log-in or log-out status on an extension basis. An UCD call can be
sent to an extension in log-in status within the UCD group, but cannot be sent to extensions
in log-out status. If the extension would like to leave the group temporarily, the extension
sets the log-out status by the feature number to prevent UCD calls being sent to his/her
extension. When the extension re-joins the group, the extension sets the log-in status.
• There should be at least one extension that is in log-in status.
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Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
[106] Station Hunting Type
[126] UCD Overflow
[127] UCD Time Table
[602] Extension Group Assignment
[813] Floating Number Assignment
Features Guide References
• Extension Group
• Log-In / Log-Out
• Station Hunting
User Manual References
None
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Originating Features
Alternate Calling – Ring / Voice
Description
This system offers two methods of Intercom Calling – Ring-Calling and Voice-Calling. RingCalling informs the called party of an incoming call with a ring tone, while the Voice-Calling
uses the calling party's voice. The proprietary telephone user can select ring tone or voice
calling by Station Programming (Intercom Alert Assignment). If the user selects VoiceCalling, the calling party can talk to the user immediately after the confirmation tone. The
calling extension user can change the called extension user's pre-set method (ring tone or voice)
by pressing " " after dialling the extension number. By doing so, Ring-Calling is switched to
Voice-Calling, or vice versa, at the called extension.
Conditions
A single line telephone users receive calls with Ring-Calling only.
Programming Guide References
Not programming required.
Features Guide References
• Hands-free Answerback
User Manual References
• 2.2.7 Alternating the Calling Method (Alternate Calling — Ring / Voice)
• 4.1.2 Initial Settings
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Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On)
Description
If the line is busy when a call is made, callback ringing will inform the caller when the line
becomes free. The result after the caller answers the callback ringing differs depending on the
busy party.
Busy party
Result after the caller answers the callback ringing
Extension
The extension's number is automatically dialled.
Outside party
The line is automatically selected to allow the user to make an
outside call.
Conditions
• Off-hook prior to the start of callback ringing cancels this function.
• If the callback ringing is not answered in four rings (within 10 seconds) the callback is
cancelled.
• More than one extension user can set this function to one extension or outside line at the
same time.
Programming Guide References
Not programming required.
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.2.4 When the Dialled Line is Busy or There is No Answer
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Automatic Route Selection (ARS)
Description
Automatic Route Selection (ARS) is a system programmable feature that automatically selects
the least expensive route available at the time an outgoing outside call is made.
Preprogramming eliminates dialling the access code of the least expensive carrier. All the user
has to do is dial the feature number for ARS, and the number. The appropriate outside line
group is selected and the access code is added before the number is outpulsed.
Programming Example
The following is an example to show how to programme ARS so that the user can call the XYZ
Company via the least expensive line.
1. Programme ARS to work when the feature number for ARS is dialled by the user. Use the
programme [312] ARS Mode to enable the feature.
2. Store the telephone number of the outside party that will use the ARS feature. For example,
if XYZ Company's telephone number is "1-234-567-8910" (not including the line access
number), store the leading digits of the number "1234567" (max. 7 digits). To store the
numbers, use one of the programmes [314] through [321] ARS Leading Digit Entry for
Plans 1 through 8 (Leading Digit Tables 1 through 8). The following assumes that we have
selected Leading Digit Table 1 to store the number. Remember that Table number 1 matches
Route Plan Table 1.
Example: Programme Address [314] Leading Digit Table 1
Table 1
Location
Entry
01
02
•
•
•
50
1234567
3. Check all carriers available to call the stored telephone number and their outside line
groups. Suppose there are three carriers available to call the XYZ Company and each
carrier's line is assigned to an outside line group as follows:
Carrier E — Outside Line Group 1
Carrier F — Outside Line Group 2
Carrier G — Outside Line Group 3
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Then check the fee charged by each carrier:
Table 2
Carrier G
high
Carrier F
Charge
Carrier E
low
12
a.m.
3
6
9
12
p.m.
3
6
9
As shown in Table 2, the least costly route varies with the time of day. To select the least
expensive line at a certain time, split the day into three zones as follows:
(1) 7:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
(2) 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
(3) 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 a.m.
To programme the time zones above, use the programme [313] "ARS Time". Four time
zones (Time-A, Time-B, Time-C, Time-D) are provided. Enter the starting hour for each
zone.
Example: Programme Address [313] ARS Time Table
Table 3
Time
Zones
Time-A
Time-B
Time-C
Time-D
Entry
7:00 a.m.
1:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
Disable
Enter the starting time
of each zone. If a
zone is not necessary,
select “Disable”.
4. Determine the priority of the outside line groups in each time zone. The table below shows
the carrier and outside line groups selected for each priority and time zone:
Table 4
Time-A
(7:00-13:00)
Time-B
(13:00-18:00)
Time-C
(18:00-7:00)
Least Costly Carrier /
Carrier F/Group 2 Carrier F/Group 2 Carrier E/Group 1
Outside Line Group (Priority 1)
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Table 4
Time-A
(7:00-13:00)
Time-B
(13:00-18:00)
Time-C
(18:00-7:00)
Next Less Costly Carrier /
Carrier E/Group 1 Carrier G/Group 3 Carrier F/Group 2
Outside Line Group (Priority 2)
Most Costly Carrier /
Carrier G/Group 3 Carrier E/Group 1 Carrier G/Group 3
Outside Line Group (Priority 3)
To have the system use the priorities shown above, use one of the programmes [322]
through [329] "ARS Routing Plans 1 through 8" (Route Plan Tables 1 through 8).
As we have already selected Leading Digit Table 1, select Route Plan Table 1. Enter the
outside line group numbers in order of priority. If the specified outside line group
requires digit modification, assign the appropriate digit modification table number (1
through 8).
This table is required to have the system automatically add a specific carrier access code
to the user-dialled number.
Example: Programme [322] Route Plan Table 1
Table 5
Time -A
Time -B
Time -C
Time -D
COG
Modify
COG
Modify
COG
Modify
Priority 1
2
2
2
2
1
1
Priority 2
1
1
3
3
2
2
Priority 3
3
3
1
1
3
3
COG
Modify
COG: Outside Line Group
Modify: Modification Table Number
5. Create a Digit Modification Table. Carriers E, F and G match the outside line groups and
Modification Tables as follows and have the following Access Codes:
Table 6
Carrier COG
Mod. Table
Access Code
E
1
1
1-0-333
F
2
2
1-0-555
G
3
3
1-0-666
According to Table 6, enter the Access Codes in the respective Modification Tables
using programmes [330] ARS Modify Removed Digit and [331] ARS Modify Added
Number as follows:
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Example: Programme [330] Digit Modification Tables
Table 7
Modification
Table 1
Remove
Add
0
Modification
Table 2
Remove
10333 Add
0
Modification
Table 3
Remove
10555 Add
0
10666
Enter the number of
digits to be deleted.
Enter the digits to
be added.
If Modification Table 1 is applied, the user-dialled number "9-1-234-567-8910" is modified
to "9-10333-1-234-567-8910" to access the least expensive Carrier E.
Similarly, if Modification Table 2 is applied, it is modified to "9-10555-1-234-567-8910" to
access Carrier F.
Use the "Removed Digit" programme when it is necessary to delete some leading digits
from the user-dialled number. For example, if the user manually dials a Carrier Access Code
but the carrier is not the least expensive, modification is required. For example, to delete
"10333" from the beginning of the user-dialled number and add "10555", enter "5" in the
"Removed Digit" programme. Enter "10555" in the "Added Number" programme. When
"9-10333-1-234-567-8910" is dialled,
The five digits are deleted and "10555" is added. "10555-1-234-567-8910" is sent to the
outside line.
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Flow Chart of the ARS procedures
A long distance call is initiated.
Restricted
Toll Restriction Check
The call is not made.
Not Restricted
Is the ARS Access Code (Default: 9) dialled?
Yes
No
Are the leading digits found in a
Leading Digit Table?
The call is routed via the selected line.
Yes
No
Obtains an applicable Route Plan Table
number from the Leading Digit Table.
The call is routed via an idle line.
Determines the outside line group of priority 1 in
the Route Plan Table by the current time of day.
Is there any line available in the outside line
group of priority 1?
Yes
No
Obtains an applicable Modification
Table number for the outside line
group from the Route Plan Table.
Modifies the digits.
Yes
Yes
Is the outside line group of priority
2 assigned in the Route Plan Table?
Is there any line available in the
outside line group of priority 2?
No
Calls.
No
Is the outside line group of priority 3
assigned in the Route Plan Table?
No
Yes
Is there any line available in the
outside line group of priority 3?
No
Sends a busy tone.
Yes
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Conditions
• A Toll Restriction check is done before ARS is applied.
• ARS works according to the selected dialling plan. Thus, if the user dialled number is not
found in the dialling plan (Leading Digit Tables), the dialled number is sent out by a Local
Access (Automatic line access) Code.
• ARS is not applied to a call specifying an outside line group. In other words, it is possible
to make an outside call by assigning an outside line group directly (ARS Override).
• This feature also applies to Call Forwarding – to Outside Line.
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
[100] Flexible Numbering
[312] ARS Mode
[313] ARS Time
[314-321] ARS Leading Digit Entry for Plans 1 through 8
[322-329] ARS Routing Plans 1 through 8
[330] ARS Modify Removed Digit
[331] ARS Modify Added Number
Features Guide References
• Outside Line Access
User Manual References
• 2.2.1 Basic Calling
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Busy Station Signalling (BSS)
Description
When attempting to call a busy extension (ringing or having a conversation), Busy Station
Signalling (BSS) allows you to signal the user on the phone to answer your call. The called
extension user hears a Call Waiting tone and is able to answer the call.
Conditions
• This feature only works if the called extension has activated Call Waiting. If it is activated,
the caller will hear ringback tone.
• If the called party has been set to activate the Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA) or
Whisper OHCA function, the caller can announce the call through the speaker or the
handset.
• If none of three features, Call Waiting, OHCA or Whisper OHCA is set at the called party,
the caller will hear a reorder tone.
Programming Guide References
Not programming required.
Features Guide References
• Call Waiting
• Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
• Whisper OHCA
User Manual References
• 2.2.4 When the Dialled Line is Busy or There is No Answer
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Electronic Station Lockout
Description
Allows the extension user to lock their telephone so that other users cannot make outgoing
outside calls. Any 3-digit numeric code can be used as a password to lock the telephone. The
same code is used as a password to unlock it.
Conditions
• Making intercom calls and receiving intercom or outside calls are permitted on the locked
extension.
• Remote Station Lock Control overrides Electronic Station Lockout. If the operator sets
Remote Station Lock on an extension that has already been locked by the extension user,
the user cannot unlock it.
• It is programmable to admit the press of the FLASH button during an outside call on the
locked extension. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 02-Bit 5>
Programming Guide References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
• [990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.5.3 Preventing Other People from Using Your Telephone (Electronic Station Lockout)
• 3.1.1 Changing the Settings
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Emergency Call
Description
Allows the extension user to dial out a pre-assigned emergency number without seizing an
outside line.
Conditions
• Emergency numbers are allowed even in the following cases:
• in Account Code – Verified mode
• in any toll restriction level
• after the pre-assigned charge limit is reached
• in Electronic Station Lockout
• [009] Emergency Dial Number Set – Emergency dial location number (1-8) corresponds to
[100] Flexible Numbering – No. 55-62.
<Example>
If you want to assign "110" as an emergency call;
a) Assign "110" in programme [100], feature number "55,"
Display example: Emergency call 1:110
b) Assign an outside line access number "9" and "110" in programme [009], location
number "1,"
Display example: 1:9110
Programming Guide References
• [009] Emergency Dial Number Set
• [100] Flexible Numbering
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.2.1 Basic Calling
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Executive Busy Override
Description
Allows the pre-assigned extension user to interrupt an existing call, between two inside parties,
two outside parties, or between an outside and an inside party, to establish a three-party
conference call. It is possible for extension users to prevent this function from being executed
by another extension user (Executive Busy Override Deny).
Conditions
• Class of Service programming determines the extension users who can perform Executive
Busy Override and Executive Busy Override Deny. <[505] Executive Busy Override, [506]
Executive Busy Override Deny>
• This feature does not work if the extension has set Executive Busy Override Deny or Data
Line Security.
• Single line telephone users can only interrupt an existing call between two inside parties.
• Proprietary telephone users can interrupt any outside line even if access to the line is not
allowed.
• When a two-party call is changed to a three-party call and vice versa, a confirmation tone
is sent to all three parties. This tone can be eliminated. <[990] System Additional
Information, Area 02-Bit 3>
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
[100] Flexible Numbering
[505] Executive Busy Override
[506] Executive Busy Override Deny
[990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
• Conference
User Manual References
• 2.2.4 When the Dialled Line is Busy or There is No Answer
• 2.7.6 Denying Other People the Possibility of Joining Your Conversation (Executive Busy
Override Deny)
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Intercom Calling
Description
Allows the extension user to call another extension user within the system.
Conditions
• Extension numbers are assigned to all extensions. An extension number is programmed to
be two, three, or four digits. <[003] Extension Number Set>
• Names can be given to extension numbers. <[004] Extension Name Set> An extension
number and a name, if programmed, is shown on the display proprietary telephone during
an intercom call.
• DSS (Direct Station Selection) buttons permit one-touch access to an extension and provide
Busy Lamp Field (BLF).
• KX-T7531, KX-T7533, KX-T7536, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235 users can make
an extension call with an extension dialling directory on the display.
• After dialling an extension number, the user will hear one of the following:
Tone Type
Discription
Ringback tone
Indicates the other extension is being called.
Confirmation tone
Indicates the user can perform Voice Calling.
Busy tone
Indicates the other extension is busy.
Do Not Disturb
(DND) tone
Indicates the other extension has DND assigned.
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
[003] Extension Number Set
[004] Extension Name Set
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.2.1 Basic Calling
• 2.9.4 Using the KX-T7433, KX-T7436 or KX-T7235
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Line Preference – Outgoing (Idle Line / No Line /
Prime Line)
Description
A proprietary telephone user can select a desired outgoing line preference to originate calls
from the following three line preferences by Station Programming (Preferred Line Assignment
– Outgoing).
Type
Description
Idle Line
When you go off-hook, you are connected to an idle line. An idle line
is automatically selected from the pre-assigned lines.
No Line
No line is selected when you go off-hook. You must select a line to
make a call.
Prime Line
When you go off-hook, you are connected to the pre-assigned line.
Assign an outside or intercom line as your prime line beforehand.
Conditions
[General]
• Setting a new line preference feature cancels the previous setting.
• The outside lines used by users must be connected by programming. <[400] Outside Line
Connection Assignment>
• The user can override the Idle / Prime Line Preference temporarily to select a specific line.
To select it, press the desired line access button (INTERCOM or CO button) before going
off-hook or pressing the SP-PHONE / MONITOR button; or if Full One-Touch Dialling is
enabled, press One-Touch Dialling, DSS, REDIAL or SAVE button.
[Idle Line]
• To select Idle Line Preference, outside lines available for the user should be programmed.
Also outside lines available for Automatic Line Access should be assigned. <[103]
Automatic Access Outside Line Group Assignment>
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
86
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[103] Automatic Access Outside Line Group Assignment
[400] Outside Line Connection Assignment
[605-606] Outgoing Permitted Outside Line Assignment – Day / Night
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Features Guide References
• Outside Line Connection Assignment – Outgoing
User Manual References
• 2.2.1 Basic Calling
• 4.1.2 Initial Settings
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Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
Description
Allows you to inform a busy extension that another call is waiting by talking through the builtin speaker of the called party's proprietary telephone. If the existing call is using the handset,
the second conversation is made with the speakerphone so that the called party can talk to two
parties independently. OHCA is performed the same way as Busy Station Signalling (BSS). It
depends on the telephone type used by the called party whether Call Waiting, OHCA or
Whisper OHCA is activated by the operation. If the called telephone is one of the following,
OHCA becomes active: KX-T7536, KX-T7436, KX-T7235.
Conditions
• Class of Service programming determines which extensions can perform this. <[509] OffHook Call Announcement (OHCA)>
• If none of three features, Call Waiting, OHCA or Whisper OHCA is set at the called party,
the caller will hear a reorder tone.
Programming Guide References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
• [509] Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
Features Guide References
• Busy Station Signalling (BSS)
• Call Waiting
• Whisper OHCA
User Manual References
• 2.7.3 Receiving a Call Waiting (Call Waiting / Off-Hook Call Announcement [OHCA] /
Whisper OHCA)
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Outside Line Access
Description
There are several methods to access an outside line. The following types are available.
Type
Description
Accessing method
Automatic
Selects an idle outside line
automatically from the outside line
groups assigned for the extension.
Dial the automatic line access number.
Or press a Loop-CO (L-CO) button.
Direct
Selects an idle outside line by
pressing the idle CO button directly.
Press an idle CO button.
Individual
Selects the desired outside line
without dialling the line access
number.
Press a Single-CO (S-CO) button.
Outside Line
Group
Selects an idle outside line from the
desired outside line group assigned
for the extension.
Dial the outside line group access
number and an outside line group
number. Or press a Group-CO (G-CO)
button.
Conditions
[General]
• Each extension is subject to System Programming items for outside lines available to
access.
• No G-CO or L-CO button is originally provided on a proprietary telephone (PT). A flexible
CO button can be assigned as an G-CO, L-CO or S-CO button as follows. <[005] Flexible
CO Button Assignment>
Button Type
Assignable parameters
Group-CO (G-CO)
An outside line group is assigned.
Loop-CO (L-CO)
All outside lines are assigned.
Single-CO (S-CO)
A specific outside line is assigned.
It is possible to assign in the following ways.
– The same line to a S-CO button and to a G-CO button
– The same outside line group to more than one G-CO button
– More than one L-CO button
Dialling the line access number selects a CO button on a PT according to the priority:
Single-CO > Group-CO > Loop-CO (on a hunted outside line group)
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• The digital PT user can choose a desired ringer frequency for each G-CO, L-CO or S-CO
button. <[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment>
• The system waits for a programmed time before dialling after an outside line is seized.
<[211] Dial Start Time>
• If Idle Line Preference – Outgoing is set on the telephone, the user can access an idle line
only by going off-hook.
[Automatic]
• This feature functions with Automatic Route Selection (ARS), if ARS is activated. If so, the
least expensive route is automatically selected.
• An idle outside line is selected from the outside line groups assigned to the extension. If one
outside line group is available, an idle line is selected from that group. If multiple outside
line groups are available, the outside line group hunting sequence is determined. <[103]
Automatic Access Outside Line Group Assignment>
• The lowest available outside line number can always be automatically accessed (default:
disable). <[990] System Additional Information, Area 07-Bit 4>
<Example>
– When the extension user in the master system makes an outside call, the outside line has
the last used outside line number plus 1 is accessed.
– When the extension user in the slave system makes an outside call, the outside line has the
last used outside line number plus 2 is accessed.
– Once an outside line has the biggest number is busy, another line has the smallest number
among idle lines is accessed again.
[Direct]
• By pressing an idle CO button, it automatically establishes the hands-free operation mode
and allows the user to perform On-Hook Dialling. The user need not press the SP-PHONE
button, MONITOR button nor lift the handset.
[Individual]
• If Automatic Route Selection (ARS) is set, it is overridden by an outgoing call made by
pressing the S-CO button.
[Outside Line Group]
• It is programmable to access the outside line based on each extension. <[605-606] Outgoing
Permitted Outside Line Assignment – Day / Night>
• An idle line is selected in sequence from the lines in the specified outside line group.
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Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering
[103] Automatic Access Outside Line Group Assignment
[211] Dial Start Time
[400] Outside Line Connection Assignment
[401] Outside Line Group Assignment
[605-606] Outgoing Permitted Outside Line Assignment – Day / Night
[990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
• Outside Line Connection Assignment – Outgoing
• Outside Line Group
• Ringing Tone Selection for CO Buttons
User Manual References
• 2.2.1 Basic Calling
• 4.1.3 Customising the Buttons
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Outside Line Connection Assignment
Description
This allows you to specify the outside lines connected to your system which prevents an
extension user from originating an outside call by selecting a line which is not connected. A
free line is selected from the connected ones when an extension user makes an Automatic Line
Access.
Conditions
• If the user tries to make a call with a disconnected line, a reorder tone sounds to indicate
that the line is out of use.
• This is effective for all outgoing calls including Direct Inward System Access (DISA).
Programming Guide References
• [400] Outside Line Connection Assignment
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
None
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Outside Line Connection Assignment – Outgoing
Description
Allows you to assign the outside line an extension user can use for outgoing calls. This feature
is useful to prevent unauthorised toll calls.
Conditions
• When an extension user tries to make an outside call on a disallowed outside line, a reorder
tone is sent to indicate that the user cannot use the outside line.
• Day and Night Service are individually programmed. (Night Service)
Programming Guide References
• [605-606] Outgoing Permitted Outside Line Assignment – Day / Night
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
None
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Toll Restriction
Description
Toll Restriction is a system programmable feature that, in conjunction with the assigned Class
of Service, can prohibit certain extension users from placing unauthorised toll calls.
Every extension is programmed to belong to one of eight Classes of Service. Each Class of
Service is programmed to have a toll restriction level for day mode and night mode.
There are eight toll restriction levels available. Toll restriction level 1 is the highest level and
the level 8 is the lowest. That is, level 1 allows all toll calls and levels 7 and 8 disallows all toll
calls. Levels 2 through 6 are used to restrict calls by combining pre-programmed deny and
excepted code tables.
Denied Code Tables
An outgoing outside call made by an extension with a toll restriction level between 2 and 6 is
first checked against the selected Denied Code Tables. If the leading digits of the dialled
number (not including the line access number) are not found in the table, the call is made. There
are five system programmes for Denied Code Tables: [301-305] TRS Denied Code Entry for
Levels 2 through 6: Each programme is used to make up a Denied Code Table for Levels 2
through 6 respectively.
Complete every table by storing numbers that are to be prohibited. These numbers are defined
as denied codes. Each table can store up to 20 denied codes, each consisting of a maximum of
seven digits.
Excepted Code Tables
These tables are used to override a programmed denied code. A call denied by the selected
Denied Code Tables is checked against the selected Excepted Code Tables, and if a match is
found, the call is made.
There are five system programmes for these tables:
[306-310] TRS Excepted Code Entry for Levels 2 through 6: Each programme is used to
make up an Excepted Code Table for Levels 2 through 6.
Complete every table by storing numbers that are exceptions to the denied codes. These
numbers are defined as excepted codes. Each table can store up to five excepted codes, each
consisting of a maximum of seven digits.
Applicable Denied and Excepted Code Tables depend on the assigned toll restriction level of
an extension as follows:
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Denied Code Tables
Excepted Code Tables
Level 1
None
None
Level 2
Table for Level 2
Tables for Levels 2 through 6
Level 3
Tables for Levels 2 and 3
Tables for Levels 3 through 6
Level 4
Tables for Levels 2 to 4
Tables for Levels 4 through 6
Level 5
Tables for Levels 2 to 5
Tables for Levels 5 through 6
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Originating Features
Denied Code Tables
Excepted Code Tables
Level 6
Tables for Levels 2 to 6
Tables for Level 6
Level 7
None
None
Level 8
None
None
[Explanation]
Level 1: allows all calls.
Level 2: denies codes stored in the Denied Code Table for Level 2 except the codes stored in
Excepted Code Tables for Levels 2 through 6.
Level 3: denies codes stored in the Denied Code Tables for Levels 2 and 3 except the codes
stored in Excepted Code Tables for Levels 3 through 6.
Level 4: denies codes stored in the Denied Code Tables for Levels 2 through 4 except the codes
stored in Excepted Code Tables for Levels 4 through 6.
Level 5: denies codes stored in the Denied Code Tables for Levels 2 through 5 except the codes
stored in Excepted Code Tables for Levels 5 and 6.
Level 6: denies codes stored in the Denied Code Tables for Levels 2 through 6 except the codes
stored in Excepted Code Table for Level 6.
Level 7: allows intercom calls only.
Level 8: allows operator calls only.
Example of Toll Restriction programming
Here is an example to explain the procedure for Toll Restriction programming.
1. Determining the application
Determine the dialling numbers that should be denied for levels 2 through 6. (Levels 1, 7
and 8 are fixed and do not require programming.)
Entry Example
Level
Features Guide
Denied Code
Excepted Code
2
011
None
3
011
976
1xxx976
None
4
011
976
1xxx976
0
None
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Entry Example
Level
Denied Code
Excepted Code
5
011
976
1xxx976
0
411
1xxx555
None
6
011
976
1xxx976
0
411
1xxx555
1
x0
x1
911
1911
800
1800
Note: "x" substitutes a digit.
2. Programming
a) [500-501] Toll Restriction Assignment
Assign a toll restriction level to each Class of Service (COS).
Example
COS
Level (Day)
Level (Night)
1
1
6
2
2
6
:
:
:
8
8
8
b) [301-305] Denied Code Table Entry
Depending on the application, enter the denied codes in the associated tables. You can
use numeric characters and the wild card character " ".
Level-2 Denied Code Table
Location
01
:
:
20
96
Code
001
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Originating Features
Level-3 Denied Code Table
Location
01
02
:
20
Code
976
1
976
Level-4 Denied Code Table
Location
01
:
:
20
Code
0
Level-5 Denied Code Table
Location
01
02
:
20
Code
411
1
555
Level-6 Denied Code Table
Location
01
02
03
:
20
Code
1
0
1
c) [306-310] Excepted Code Table Entry
Depending on the application, enter the excepted codes in the associated tables. You can
use numeric characters and the wild card character " ".
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Originating Features
Level-6 Excepted Code Table
Location
1
2
3
4
5
Code
911
1911
800
1800
[Explanation]
If your Toll Restriction Level is 6;
a) You cannot make a call whose toll call number is "201", because the number whose
second digit "0" is one of the Denied Codes for Level 6.
b) You can make a call whose toll call number is "800". Though the number whose second
digit "0" is one of the Denied Codes for Level 6, the number "800" is one of the Excepted
Codes for Level 6. The Excepted Codes override the Denied Codes.
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Originating Features
Flow Chart of Toll Restriction (TRS)
The user makes a toll call.
Is the call made by System Speed
Dialling ?
Yes
No
No Is TRS Override for System
Speed Dialling enabled?
Yes
Levels 7, 8
What is the extension - toll
restriction level?
Level 1
Levels 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Is the dialled number found in
applicable Denied Code Tables?
No
Yes
Yes
Is the dialled number found in
applicable Excepted Code Tables?
No
The call is denied. A reorder
tone is returned to the user.
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The call is allowed.
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Conditions
• Toll restriction checks are applied to the following:
a) Automatic Route Selection (ARS)
b) Account Code Entry
c) Dial Access, Automatic
d) Outside Line Access, Outside Line Group
e) Outside Line Access, Individual
f) Special Carrier Code Entry
g) System Speed Dialling
• Emergency numbers as the Police or Fire Department should be stored so that they are
excepted from toll restriction. <[009] Emergency Dial Number Set>
• It is programmable whether the " " or "#" the user dials is to be checked or not on the Toll
Restriction code. This is useful to prevent unauthorised calls which could be possible
through certain Central Office exchange systems. <[990] System Additional Information,
Area 02-Bit 4>
• It is programmable to allow the press of the FLASH button, during an outside call on the
extensions in Levels 7 and 8. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 02-Bit 5>
• Toll Restriction for Host PBX Access:
If a stored Host PBX access code is found in the dialled number, a toll restriction check
starts for the subsequent telephone number.
• Toll Restriction Override for System Speed Dialling:
Toll restriction for System Speed Dialling can be cancelled for the whole system. <[300]
TRS Override for System Speed Dialling>
• Toll Restriction Override by Account Code Entry:
By entering the appropriate account code before dialling the telephone number, the toll
restriction can be cancelled temporarily.
A Class of Service which is assigned Account Code Entry – Verified Toll Restriction
Override mode permits the class members to override their toll restrictions. <[508] Account
Code Entry Mode>
The toll restriction level of the user is set to level 2 by this feature. This can be used by
extension users assigned a toll restriction level from 3 through 8. Levels 1 and 2 are not
changed.
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Originating Features
Flow Chart of Toll Restriction (TRS) Override by Account Code Entry
TRS Override by Account Code Entry is attempted.
Verified - All Calls
Option
What is the account code mode?
Verified - Toll Restriction Override
No
Is the entered code identified with the stored codes?
Yes
Yes
Is the TRS level Level 1?
No
Is the entered code identified
with the stored code?
Yes
No
TRS level changes to Level 2.
Toll Restriction check starts.
The call is not allowed.
Reorder tone is returned
to the user.
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
[207] First Digit Time
[208] Inter Digit Time
[300] TRS Override for System Speed Dialling
[301-305] TRS Denied Code Entry for Levels 2 through 6
[306-310] TRS Excepted Code Entry for Levels 2 through 6
[500-501] Toll Restriction Level – Day / Night
[601] Class of Service
[990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
• Account Code Entry
User Manual References
None
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Originating Features
Whisper OHCA
Description
Allows the extension user to notify the busy party through the handset, which will only be
heard by the party. Only KX-T7500 and KX-T7400 series telephone users can send or receive
the Whisper OHCA.
Conditions
• Class of Service programming determines which extensions are able to perform this feature.
<[509] Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)>
• You can select receiving Call Waiting tone, Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA),
Whisper OHCA or none of these at your extension. However, the setting may change
depending on each telephone setting or the telephone type as listed below.
Calling party's
OHCA
COS mode
Called Party's Call Waiting Mode
OFF
cancel
ON
Call Waiting
OHCA
Whisper OHCA
Disable
Call Waiting
disabled
Call Waiting tone Call Waiting tone Call Waiting tone
Enable (default)
Call Waiting
disabled
Call Waiting tone
OHCA,
Whisper OHCA,
Call Waiting tone
OHCA,
Call Waiting tone
<Example> If the user selects the Whisper OHCA mode;
– If using the KX-T7536 handset: Whisper OHCA
– If using the KX-T7536 SP-PHONE: Call Waiting
– Other: Call Waiting
• The Voice Mail extension can only execute BSS irregardless of the setting.
• If the Whisper OHCA sender does not use a KX-T7500 / KX-T7400 series telephone, it will
work as OHCA. If the receiver does not use a KX-T7500 / KX-T7400 series telephone, the
announcement may be heard by the other party.
• It is possible to enable the Whisper OHCA by any telephone. <[990] System Additional
Information, Area 06-Bit 14> However, it may not work properly. (e.g. The announcement
may be heard by the other party.)
Programming Guide References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
• [509] Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
• [990] System Additional Information
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Originating Features
Features Guide References
• Busy Station Signalling (BSS)
• Call Waiting
• Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
User Manual References
• 2.7.3 Receiving a Call Waiting (Call Waiting / Off-Hook Call Announcement [OHCA] /
Whisper OHCA)
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Dialling Features
1.7
Dialling Features
Automatic Station Release
Description
After going off-hook, if an extension user fails to dial any digits within a specified time period,
the user will be disconnected from the line after reorder tone is sent. To get a line again, the
user must go back on-hook and then off-hook.
Conditions
This function works in the following cases:
When making a call
a) The first digit has not been dialled within 10 seconds.
b) After a digit is dialled, the next one is not dialled within five seconds (Intercom call
only).
Programming Guide References
• [207] First Digit Time
• [208] Inter Digit Time
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
None
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Dialling Features
Full One-Touch Dialling
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone user to make a call or have access to a system service with
one button. There is no need to turn the SP-PHONE / MONITOR button on before pressing the
button, which is required for One-Touch Dialling. The hands-free operation is automatically
provided by pressing an One-Touch Dialling button, DSS (Direct Station Selection) button,
REDIAL button or SAVE button.
Conditions
• It is necessary to programme automatic hands-free dial mode by Station Programming (Full
One-Touch Dialling Assignment).
• This feature is also available with DSS buttons on a console.
• This feature is also available with the Function button or Jog Dial operation for KX-T7531,
KX-T7533, KX-T7536, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 or KX-T7235.
Features Guide References
• One-Touch Dialling
• Redial
User Manual References
• 4.1.2 Initial Settings
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Dialling Features
One-Touch Dialling
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone user one-touch access to a desired party or system feature.
This is activated by storing an extension number, telephone number or a feature number (up to
16-digits) in an One-Touch Dialling button.
Conditions
• One-Touch Dialling buttons can be programmed to flexible buttons: CO, DSS (Direct
Station Selection) or PF (Programmable Feature).
• It is possible to store an account code into an One-Touch Dialling button.
• Speed Dialling, One-Touch Dialling, manual dialling, Last Number Redial and Saved
Number Redial can be used together.
• It is possible to store a number consisting of 17 digits or more by dividing it and storing it
in two One-Touch Dialling buttons. In this case, a line access number should be stored in
the first button.
• When storing a number, it is possible to conceal all or part of the number by pressing the
INTERCOM button at the beginning and the end of the number to be concealed (Secret
Dialling). The concealed part will not appear on the display but will be printed out by
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR).
• If Full One-Touch Dialling is enabled, there is no need to go off-hook, before pressing the
One-Touch Dialling button.
Programming Guide References
• [005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
Features Guide References
• Full One-Touch Dialling
User Manual References
• 2.2.2 Easy Dialling
• 4.1.3 Customising the Buttons
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Dialling Features
Pause Insertion, Automatic
Description
This function is used to insert a pre-assigned pause between the outside line access number or
the host PBX and dialled digits.
Conditions
• This feature requires previous programming of an outside line access number and host PBX
as well as assignment of the pause duration. <[411] Host PBX Access Codes, [412] Pause
Time>
• This feature works for Speed Dialling, One-Touch Dialling, Last Number Redial, Saved
Number Redial, Pickup Dialling, Call Forwarding – to Outside Line as well as for ordinary
calls.
• Pressing the PAUSE button in dialling number inserts a pause for a pre-assigned time.
Programming Guide References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
• [411] Host PBX Access Codes
• [412] Pause Time
Features Guide References
• Host PBX Access
• Toll Restriction
User Manual References
None
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Dialling Features
Pickup Dialling
Description
Allows an extension user to make an outgoing call by going off-hook, if the user has previously
stored the telephone number. This feature is also known as Hot Line.
Conditions
• A rotary dial telephone without the "#" button cannot programme this feature. For
programming the phone number, temporarily replace a rotary dial telephone with a pulse
telephone with the "#" button.
• The user uses a feature number to activate or deactivate pickup dialling.
• If the feature is activated and the user goes off-hook, a dial tone is generated for the waiting
time <[204] Pickup Dial Waiting Time> and then dialling starts. During the waiting time
the user can dial another party, overriding the Pickup Dialling function.
• If the user answers an incoming call or retrieves a call on hold, the Pickup Dialling feature
does not work.
• If the proprietary telephone is provided with a PF 12 button, the stored number in the PF12
button is common with the one for Pickup Dialling.
Programming Guide References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
• [204] Pickup Dial Waiting Time
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.2.2 Easy Dialling
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Dialling Features
Quick Dialling
Description
Quick Dialling offers the extension user easy access to a desired party. This is enabled by
storing an extension number or a telephone number up to 16-digits as a quick dialling number
<[015] Quick Dialling Number Set> and assigning it up to 4-digits as a flexible quick dialling
number <[104] Flexible Quick Dialling Number Set>.
Conditions
• When a flexible quick dialling number is dialled, the quick dialling number is changed to
the stored number and dialled.
• There is a maximum of 80 location numbers.
Programming Guide References
• [015] Quick Dialling Number Set
• [104] Flexible Quick Dialling Number Set
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.2.2 Easy Dialling
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Dialling Features
Redial
Description
The following types are available.
Type
Description
Automatic
Allows the proprietary telephone user to redial automatically to the
busy outside party. If the Last Number Redial, Saved Number
Redial or Call Log operation is performed handsfree, the telephone
set will hang up and try again after a specific period of time.
Last Number
Saves the last telephone number dialled to an outside line and
allows the extension user to dial the same number again.
Saved Number Allows the proprietary telephone user to save a telephone number
while in conversation on an outside line and redial the number
afterwards. The saved number can be redialled until another
number is stored.
Conditions
[General]
• If Full One-Touch Dialling is enabled, there is no need to go off-hook, before pressing the
REDIAL or SAVE button.
[Automatic]
• The number of times for Redial Repeat and the interval time are programmable. <[209]
Automatic Redial Repeat Times, [210] Automatic Redial Interval Time>
• If any dialling operation is done during Automatic Redial, this function is cancelled.
• This feature is only available for telephones which have an SP-PHONE button.
[Last Number]
• The memorised telephone number is replaced by a new one if at least one digit sent to an
outside line is dialled. Dialling an outside line access number alone does not change the
memorised number.
[Saved Number]
• If the SAVE button is not provided on your PT, it is possible to assign a flexible button to
be the SAVE button. <[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment>
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Dialling Features
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering
[209] Automatic Redial Repeat Times
[210] Automatic Redial Interval Time
Features Guide References
• Call Log, Outgoing
User Manual References
• 2.2.3 Redial
• 4.1.2 Initial Settings
• 4.1.3 Customising the Buttons
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Dialling Features
Station Speed Dialling
Description
Allows each extension user to place calls with abbreviated dialling for frequently dialled
numbers which are stored in that user's telephone.
Conditions
•
•
•
•
Up to 10 numbers can be stored in each telephone.
Station Speed Dialling can be followed by manual dialling to supplement the dialled digits.
You may make a call with One-Touch Dialling button, instead of Station Speed Dialling.
The single line telephone may be replaced with a proprietary telephone (PT) temporarily to
store one-touch dialling into memory. The Function Buttons F1 through F10 correspond to
speed dial numbers as follows:
F1 – 0; F2 – 1; F3 – 2; F4 – 3; F5 – 4; F6 – 5; F7 – 6; F8 – 7; F9 – 8; F10 – 9
• When storing a number, KX-T7531, KX-T7533, KX-T7536, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and
KX-T7235 users can conceal all or part of the number by pressing the INTERCOM button
at the beginning and the end of the number to be concealed (Secret Dialling). The
concealed part will not appear on the display but will be printed out by Station Message
Detail Recording (SMDR).
Installation Manual References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
Features Guide References
• One-Touch Dialling
User Manual References
• 2.2.2 Easy Dialling
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Dialling Features
System Speed Dialling
Description
Allows all extension users to place calls with abbreviated dialling for frequency dialled
numbers which are stored in the system.
Conditions
[General]
• Up to 500 numbers can be stored in the system.
• It is possible to override the toll restriction by dialling using the System Speed Dialling (Toll
Restriction Override for System Speed Dialling). <[300] TRS Override for System
Speed Dialling>
[Proprietary telephone users only]
• Speed Dialling, One-Touch Dialling, manual dialling, Last Number Redial and Saved
Number Redial can be used in combinations.
• When storing a number, it is possible to conceal all or part of the number by pressing the
INTERCOM button at the beginning and the end of the number to be concealed (Secret
Dialling). The concealed part will not appear on the display but will be printed out by
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR).
[Single line telephone users only]
• If a stored feature number includes " " or "#", rotary single line telephones cannot use it.
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
[001] System Speed Dialling Number Set
[002] System Speed Dialling Name Set
[100] Flexible Numbering
[300] TRS Override for System Speed Dialling
Features Guide References
• Toll Restriction
User Manual References
• 2.2.2 Easy Dialling
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Ringing Features
1.8
Ringing Features
Call Waiting
Description
During a conversation, a call waiting tone informs the user of another incoming call that is
waiting. He or she can answer the second call by disconnecting or placing the current call on
hold. Call waiting tone can be activated or deactivated by dialling the appropriate feature
number.
Conditions
• The call waiting tone is generated when an outside call (except a DISA (Direct Inward
System Access) call or doorphone call) is received, or when an extension caller executes
Busy Station Signalling (BSS).
• Setting Data Line Security temporarily cancels Call Waiting which has been turned on by
an extension user.
• For proprietary telephone users, two types of call waiting tone can be selected to prevent
them from missing the tone by Station Programming (Call Waiting Tone Type Selection).
Programming Guide References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
Features Guide References
• Busy Station Signalling (BSS)
• Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
• Whisper OHCA
User Manual References
• 2.7.3 Receiving a Call Waiting (Call Waiting / Off-Hook Call Announcement [OHCA] /
Whisper OHCA)
• 4.1.2 Initial Settings
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Ringing Features
Do Not Disturb (DND)
Description
Allows an extension user to appear busy to incoming outside or extension calls.
Conditions
• If your proprietary telephone (PT) is not supplied with the FWD/DND button, it can be
assigned on a flexible button.<[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment>
• DND does not work for the following calls: recalls for hold / Timed Reminder alarm or calls
directed by Intercept Routing.
• A PT user in DND mode can answer a call by pressing the button showing the arrival of the
call.
• An extension in DND mode can be called by other extension users who are allowed to
override DND in their Class of Service (Do Not Disturb Override). <[507] Do Not Disturb
Override>
• Setting DND cancels any Call Forwording feature currenty set.
Programming Guide References
• [005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
• [100] Flexible Numbering
• [507] Do Not Disturb Override
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.2.5 Calling without Restrictions
• 2.7.2 Refusing Incoming Calls (Do Not Disturb [DND])
• 4.1.3 Customising the Buttons
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Ringing Features
Log-In / Log-Out
Description
Assigns an extension to join (log-in) or leave (log-out) a hunting or Uniform Call Distribution
(UCD) group. Extensions in log-out status will not receive calls via Station Hunting but will
receive other calls, unlike the Do Not Disturb (DND) feature.
Conditions
• There should be at least one extension that is in log-in status.
• If the Log-In / Log-Out button is assigned to a flexible CO button <[005] Flexible CO
Button Assignment>, it shows the current status as follows.
Outside Line Status
Lighting
pattern
UCD
Station Hunting
Red on
Log-Out
Log-Out
Flashing red
Log-In (waiting calls)
—
Off
Log-In (no calls)
Log-In (no calls)
Programming Guide References
• [005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
• [100] Flexible Numbering
Features Guide References
• Station Hunting
• Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
User Manual References
• 2.5.4 Leaving a Call Distribution Group (Log-In / Log-Out)
• 4.1.3 Customising the Buttons
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Ringing Features
Station Hunting
Description
If a called extension is busy, Station Hunting redirects the incoming call to a free member of
the extension group. Idle extensions are automatically searched according to the programmed
type. Six hunting types are available as follows:
Hunting Type
Description
Circular
The extensions are searched until an idle one is found,
regardless of the jack number.
Termination
The extensions are searched until reaching the extension which
has the highest jack number in the group.
Voice Mail (VM)
All the VM ports are searched until an idle one is found to
permit VM Service.
Automated
Attendant (AA)
All the AA ports are searched until an idle one is found to permit
AA Service.
Ring Group
All the extensions in the ring group ring simultaneously.
Uniform Call
Distribution (UCD)
Successive calls go to a different extension each time a call is
received. Extensions are hunted in a circular way.
Conditions
• One of the hunting types is selected for each extension group.
• Depending on the hunting type, extension groups are accessed in the following ways.
a) Circular, Termination, VM and AA hunting: When the called extension belongs to an
extension group of these hunting types.
b) Ring Group and UCD hunting: When the floating number of an extension group of these
•
•
•
•
hunting types is called.
To leave the hunting group temporarily, use the Log-Out function.
To re-join, use the Log-In function.
If all the searched extensions are busy, a busy tone is sent to the caller.
If the called extension has set Do Not Disturb or Call Forwarding, Station Hunting skips the
extension.
If UCD is set, the Hunting is performed as a setting of UCD.
Programming Guide References
• [106] Station Hunting Type
• [602] Extension Group Assignment
• [813] Floating Number Assignment
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Ringing Features
Features Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
Extension Group
Log-In / Log-Out
Ring Group
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
Voice Mail Integration for Inband
User Manual References
None
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Ringing Features
Timed Reminder
Description
Each telephone can be set to generate an alarm tone at a preset time as a wake up tone or
reminder. This feature can be programmed to be active once only or daily. If the user goes offhook during the alarm, the special dial tone is heard. If a voice message is used, a pre-recorded
voice message is heard.
Conditions
• Be sure that the system clock works.
• Setting a new time clears the preset time.
• The alarm continues for 30 seconds. To stop it, lift the handset or, with a proprietary
telephone, press any button.
• The number of times for Alarm Repeat and the interval time are programmable. <[217]
Timed Reminder Alarm Repeat Times, [218] Timed Reminder Alarm Interval Time>
• The voice message feature requires the optional DISA Unit or Card and the message is
recorded by the operator.
• There is no limit for the number of the extensions who can set the Timed Reminder at the
same time.
• Timed Reminder can also be set remotely by the operator (Hotel Application – Remote
Timed Reminder (Wake-Up Call)).
Installation Manual References
• 2.4.7 DISA Card / Unit and Remote Card / Unit Installation
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
[100] Flexible Numbering
[215] Outgoing Message Time
[217] Timed Reminder Alarm Repeat Times
[218] Timed Reminder Alarm Interval Time
Features Guide References
• Hotel Application
• Outgoing Message (OGM)
User Manual References
• 2.7.1 Setting the Alarm (Timed Reminder)
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Answering Features
1.9
Answering Features
Call Pickup
Description
Allows an extension user to answer a call ringing at any other extension.
The following types are available:
Feature Type
Picking up call type
Directed
A specific extension's call.
Group
A call within your extension group.
Outside
An outside call.
Preventing other extensions from picking up calls ringing at his / her extension is also possible
(Call Pickup Deny).
Conditions
[General]
• A confirmation tone is sent to the user when the call is picked up.
Eliminating the tone is programmable. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 02-Bit
6>
[Directed]
• Doorphone calls can be picked up from extensions that are not programmed to answer
doorphone calls.
[Group]
• The priority of Group Call Pickup is as follows:
Outside call > Transferred call > Extension call > Doorphone call
• The call is picked up from the lowest jack number.
[Outside]
• The outside call is picked up from the lowest outside line number.
[Deny]
• Distinctive dial tone is sent to the user on the extension when the user goes off-hook.
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Programming Guide References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
• [990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.3.3 Answering a Call Ringing at Another Telephone (Call Pickup)
• 2.7.5 Denying Other People the Possibility of Picking up Your Calls (Call Pickup Deny)
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Hands-free Answerback
Description
Allows the speakerphone telephone user to talk to a caller without lifting the handset, if the user
has set hands-free answerback mode. If the user receives an intercom call in this mode, handsfree conversation is established immediately after the user hears a beep tone and the caller hears
a confirmation tone.
Conditions
• Hands-free answerback mode is set or cancelled by pressing the AUTO ANSWER button.
• This feature does not work for calls from outside parties or doorphone calls.
• Hands-free Answerback set on a telephone overrides the Ring / Voice Intercom Alerting
mode preset on the telephone; Hands-free conversation mode is established as soon as a
confirmation tone is sent.
Programming Guide References
Not programming required.
Features Guide References
• Alternate Calling – Ring / Voice
User Manual References
• 2.3.2 Answering Hands-free (Hands-free Answerback)
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Answering Features
Line Preference – Incoming (No Line / Prime Line
/ Ringing Line)
Description
A proprietary telephone user can select the method used to answer incoming calls from the
following three line preferences by Station Programming (Preferred Line Assignment –
Incoming).
Type
Discription
No Line
You must select a line to answer an incoming call after you go offhook.
Prime Line
You can assign a prime line beforehand and answer a call on that line,
when multiple calls are received simultaneously.
Ringing Line
When you go off-hook, you can answer the call ringing at your
telephone.
Conditions
[General]
• Setting a new line preference feature cancels the previous setting.
• A single line telephone is always set to Ringing Line Preference and cannot be changed.
[Prime Line]
• If an incoming call arrives from a line other than the prime line, it cannot be answered just
by going off-hook. The Prime Line should be assigned to the Single-CO button.
[Ringing Line]
• Going off-hook does not answer a line programmed for "no ring" even though there is an
incoming call. Going off-hook during the delay time does not answer a line programmed
for "delayed ringing".
Programming Guide References
Not programming required.
Features Guide References
None
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User Manual References
• 2.3.1 Answering Calls
• 4.1.2 Initial Settings
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Holding Features
Holding Features
Call Hold
Description
Allows the extension user to put a call on hold. The held call can be retrieved by the user who
held it or by any other extension.
Preventing other extension users from retrieving a held call is also possible (Exclusive Call
Hold). In this case, only the user who held the call can retrieve it.
Conditions
• A proprietary telephone user can hold an intercom call and multiple outside calls at the
same time, while a single line telephone user can hold either an intercom call or an outside
call. To hold multiple intercom calls at one time, use the Call Park feature.
• Music is sent to the party on hold, if available (Music on Hold).
(Music on Hold: Automatically generates a music while a party is on hold. It is required to
select the internal or external music source to be used <[990] System Additional
Information, Area 06-Bits 11 and 10>, and also required to assign the music source to be
used <[803] Music Source Use>. It is also possible to disable the Music on Hold.)
• If a call on hold is not retrieved in a specific period of time, Hold Recall is emitted. After
Hold Recall is emitted, the held call can be retrieved from any extension even if it is held in
exclusive hold.
(Hold Recall: Occurs as a reminder after a pre-determined time. It is also possible to disable
the Hold Recall. <[200] Hold Recall Time> If the user is in off-hook mode when the timer
expires, an alarm tone is sent from the built-in speaker of a proprietary telephone (PT) or
from the handset receiver of a single line telephone at 15-second intervals. The display PT
flashes the indication of the held party for five seconds at 15-second intervals synchronised
with the tone.)
• If an outside party is placed on hold and not retrieved within 30 minutes, it is automatically
disconnected.
• Confirmation tone is sent to the user when the hold is retrieved by the feature number.
Eliminating the tone is programmable. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 02-Bit
6>
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
[100] Flexible Numbering
[200] Hold Recall Time
[803] Music Source Use
[990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
• Call Park
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User Manual References
• 2.4.1 Holding a Call
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Holding Features
Call Park
Description
Allows the extension user to place a held call into a system parking area. This releases the user
from the parked call to perform other operations. The parked call can be retrieved by any
extension user.
Conditions
• The system contains ten parking areas, each of which has its own call park number. Up to
ten calls can be parked at the same time in the system. Under the System Connection*1 all
users may access the same call parking area. The number of holding slots remains at 10.
• If a parked call is not retrieved in a specific period of time, Transfer Recall occurs. <[201]
Transfer Recall Time>
• If a parked call is not retrieved in 30 minutes, it is automatically disconnected.
• A confirmation tone is sent to the user when the parked call is retrieved. Eliminating the
tone is programmable. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 02-Bit 6>
Programming Guide References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
• [201] Transfer Recall Time
• [990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.4.1 Holding a Call
*1
Available for the KX-TD1232 only.
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Holding Features
Call Splitting
Description
Allows the extension user to alternate between two other parties. Placing the current call on
hold allows the user to have a conversation with the other party.
Conditions
Call Splitting is impossible during Doorphone Call or Paging.
Programming Guide References
Not programming required.
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.4.2 Talking to Two Parties Alternately (Call Splitting)
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Transferring Features
Transferring Features
Call Forwarding
Description
Allows you to have your calls forwarded to a specified destination. You may specify the
circumstances under which your calls are forwarded. The following Call Forwarding features
are available:
Type
Circumstance
All Calls
Any time.
Busy
When your extension is busy.
No Answer
When you do not answer.
Busy / No Answer
When your extension is busy or you do
not answer.
Follow Me
When you forget to set forwarding "All
Calls" before you leave your desk, you
can set the same function from the
destination extension.
To Outside Line
Any time.
Destination
A specified extension
A specified outside party
Conditions
[General]
• Types of calls which are forwarded by these features are:
Call type
Outside calls
Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1;
Direct Inward System Access (DISA); Intercept Routing; Transfer
Intercom calls Extension; Transfer
• According to intercom or outside incoming calls, it is possible to set the different
destination each.
• There can only be one stage of Call Forwarding, if a call is forwarded to an extension which
is also in Call Forwarding. In this case, Station Hunting can be activated for the forwarded
call.
• Although calls are forwarded, Message Waiting is not. The MESSAGE button indicator is
lit on the originally called extension.
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• If an extension in Call Forwarding is also in a Hunt group, a call directed to the extension
is forwarded. Station Hunting still applies for calls directed to other extensions in the Hunt
group.
• Setting the Call Forwarding function cancels other Call Forwarding or Do Not Disturb
(DND), if any.
• A Floating Station cannot be programmed as the forwarded destination.
• It is possible to select the forwarding destination when an outside call is transferred from
an extension or the Voice Processing System (VPS) to an extension where the Call
Forwarding has been set, destination of intercom calls or destination of incoming outside
calls. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 07-Bit 8>
[No Answer and Busy/No Answer]
• The number of rings before the call is forwarded is programmable. <[202] Call Forwarding
– No Answer Time>
[Follow Me]
• It is programmable to enable or disable the Call Forwarding – Follow Me feature on a Class
of Service basis. <[991] COS Additional Information , Bit 5>
[To Outside Line]
• It is programmable to enable or disable the Call Forwarding – To Outside Line feature on a
Class of Service basis. <[504] Call Forwarding to Outside Line>
• The forwarding extension's Toll Restriction, Automatic Route Selection (ARS) and
Account Code Entry requirements still apply.
• If an extension is limited according to its Class of Service <[502] Extension-to-Outside
Line Call Duration Limit>, the extension is unable to forward an outside call to an outside
line.
• If a call between an extension and an outside party is established by this feature, the duration
of the call period can be restricted depending on the setting of the system timer. <[205]
Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time> The call is disconnected at the time-out.
• If a call between two outside parties is established by this feature, the duration of the call is
determined by another system timer. <[206] Outside-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time>
An alarm tone is generated to both outside parties 15 seconds before the time-out. The call
is disconnected at the time-out.
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Transferring Features
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering
[202] Call Forwarding – No Answer Time
[205] Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time
[206] Outside-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time
[502] Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Limit
[504] Call Forwarding to Outside Line
[990] System Additional Information
[991] COS Additional Information
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.5.1 Forwarding Your Calls (Call Forwarding)
• 4.1.3 Customising the Buttons
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Call Transfer
Description
Allows the extension user to transfer a call to another party.
The following types are available.
Feature Type
Screened
Unscreened
to Extension
to Outside Line
to Extension
Transferring method
Transfers a call to the extension or the external party after
a voice announcement.
Transfers a call to an extension party without a voice
announcement.
While listening for the ringback tone after dialling the
destination extension, you can replace the handset.
Conditions
[General]
• The destination extension must have a CO button which is common to the outside line in
use by the transferring party.
• Transferring a call to an external party cannot be performed from a single line telephone.
• If Music on Hold is enabled, music is sent to the caller while being transferred. It is systemprogrammable whether to send ringback tone or music on hold to the caller. <[990] System
Additional Information, Area 01-Bit 1>
(Music on Hold: Automatically generates a music while a party is on hold. It is required to
select the internal or external music source to be used <[990] System Additional
Information, Area 06-Bits 11 and 10>, and also required to assign the music source to be
used <[803] Music Source Use>.)
• The console and the proprietary telephone user can hold an outside call and quickly transfer
it to an extension by pressing a DSS button directly (One-Touch Transfer by DSS Button).
<[108] One-Touch Transfer by DSS Button> However, it cannot be performed when there
is another call on Consultation Hold.
If One-Touch Transfer mode is disabled, the user transfers an outside call by pressing the
TRANSFER button followed by the DSS button.
(Consultation Hold: Established by pressing TRANSFER or CONF button. With a single
line telephone, it is established by pressing the hookswitch lightly. It allows the extension
user to place a call on hold temporarily to transfer it, make a Conference call, or perform
Call Splitting. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 01-Bits 2 and 9>)
[Screened – to Outside Line]
• Class of Service programming determines the extensions that are able to perform this.
<[503] Call Transfer to Outside Line>
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• If a call between two external parties is established by this feature, the duration of the call
period is restricted by a system timer. <[206] Outside-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time>
Hold Recall is generated to the extension who transferred the call 50 seconds before the
time-out. Also Hold Alarm tone is generated to both outside parties 15 seconds before the
time-out. The call is disconnected at the time-out unless the extension restores the
conference.
[Unscreened – to Extension]
• If the destination party does not answer within the transfer recall time <[201] Transfer
Recall Time>, the call will return to the user or Operator 1. You can select either one. <[990]
System Additional Information, Area 02-Bit 1>
• This function is possible when the destination is sending ringback or busy tone. Camp-On
Transfer occurs if the destination is busy.
• The ringing signal pattern follows the regular ringing pattern depending on the party being
transferred: outside or extension call ringing.
• An outside call can be transferred directly to a Uniform Call Distribution (UCD) group so
that an idle extension is automatically hunted by UCD. If all extensions in a UCD group are
busy, the incoming outside call will be handled by the UCD Time Table.
• It is possible for any extension user to transfer a call to the modem for remote maintenance.
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
[108] One-Touch Transfer by DSS Button
[201] Transfer Recall Time
[205] Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time
[206] Outside-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time
[502] Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Limit
[503] Call Transfer to Outside Line
[990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.4.3 Transferring a Call
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Intercept Routing
Description
Provides automatic redirection of incoming outside calls. There are two types of Intercept
Routing as follows.
Type
Description
Rerouting
If a call cannot be sent to the called party, it is redirected to the
programmed destination.
Intercept Routing –
No Answer (IRNA)
If a call is not answered within a programmed number of rings,
it is redirected to the programmed destination.
<[203] Intercept Time, [409-410] Intercept Extension – Day /
Night>
Conditions
• Intercept Routing applies to Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1, DIL 1:N, Direct Inward System
Access (DISA), Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station (TAFAS), Call
Forwarding, and Station Hunting.
• The final destination of intercepted calls must be programmed for day and night modes.
There are six possible destinations:
(1) extension
(2) external pager
(3) DISA outgoing message
(4) extension group
(5) phantom extension
(6) voice mail extension
• If the destination is in Do Not Disturb mode, Do Not Disturb does not function and the call
is sent.
Programming Guide References
• [203] Intercept Time
• [409-410] Intercept Extension – Day / Night
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
None
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Conversation Features
Conversation Features
Conference
Description
During a two-party conversation, the extension user can add a third party to their conversation,
thereby establishing a conference. The system supports three-party conference calls, including
outside or inside parties.
Moreover, the proprietary telephone user can leave the conference to allow the two outside
parties to continue the conversation (Unattended Conference). The user may return to the
conference, if desired.
Conditions
[General]
• Possible combinations are:1-inside and 2-outside; 2-inside and 1-outside; and 3-inside.
• Up to six conference calls are allowed simultaneously.
• The third party must have a CO button which is common to the outside line used by the
original parties.
• When a two-party call is changed to a three-party call or vice versa, a confirmation tone is
sent to all three parties. Eliminating the tone is programmable. <[990] System Additional
Information, Area 02-Bit 3>
• A three-party call is also established by Executive Busy Override or Privacy Release.
[Unattended Conference]
• An Unattended Conference can be established when the extension is allowed to transfer a
call to an outside line. <[503] Call Transfer to Outside Line>
• The duration is restricted by a system timer <[206] Outside-to-Outside Line Call Duration
Time, [502] Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Limit>. Hold Recall results to the
extension user who left the conference 50 seconds before the time-out. An alarm tone is
generated to both outside parties 15 seconds before the time-out. The call is disconnected
at the time-out unless the extension returns to the call.
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[206] Outside-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time
[502] Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Limit
[503] Call Transfer to Outside Line
[990] System Additional Information
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Conversation Features
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.4.5 Three-party Conversation
• 4.1.3 Customising the Buttons
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Conversation Features
Data Line Security
Description
Data Line Security is a function that can be set on individual extensions. Once set,
communication between the extension and the other end is protected from signals such as Call
Waiting, Hold Recall and Executive Busy Override. Data equipment or a facsimile may be
connected to an extension jack so that the user can perform data communications. During
communication, Data Line Security maintains secure data transmission against tones or
interruptions from other extensions.
Conditions
• Assigning Data Line Security always offers conversation privacy unless Privacy Release is
executed.
• If one extension in a conversation has set Data Line Security, it applies to both extensions.
Programming Guide References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.7.8 Protecting Your Line against Indication Tones (Data Line Security)
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Doorphone Call
Description
Allows the pre-assingned extension users to receive calls from a doorphone and talk to the
vistor. It is possible for any extension user to call a doorphone.
Conditions
• It is necessary to install an optional Doorphone Card and a Doorphone. Two doorphones
can be installed. System Connection*1 provides for four doorphones.
• It is necessary to programme the extensions that can receive calls from each doorphone
during day and night mode. <[607-608] Doorphone Ringing Assignment – Day / Night>
• If no extension user answers an incoming doorphone call within 30 seconds, the call stops
ringing and is cancelled.
• While engaged on a doorphone call, any extension user can open the door from the
telephone to let the visitor in (Door Opener). This requires a user-supplied door opener.
Installation Manual References
• 2.4.8 Doorphone and Door Opener Connection
Programming Guide References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
• [607-608] Doorphone Ringing Assignment – Day / Night
Features Guide References
• Door Opener
User Manual References
• 2.8.1 If a Doorphone / Door Opener is Connected
*1
Available for the KX-TD1232 only.
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External Feature Access
Description
Allows the extension user to have access to the features of a host PBX or Central Office, such
as Call Waiting, etc. This is performed by putting the current party on hold and sending a flash
signal.
Conditions
• This feature is effective only during a call via an analogue outside line.
• The flash time must be assigned as required by the host PBX or outside line.
• With a proprietary telephone, the FLASH button, EFA button (Soft button) or the feature
number is used to perform this function. With a single line telephone, the feature number
cannot be used when the user already has a Consultation Hold.
(Consultation Hold:Allows the extension user to place a call on hold temporarily to
transfer it, make a conference call or perform Call Splitting. <[990] System Additional
Information, Area 01-Bit 2 and 9>)
• This feature does not work by pressing the FLASH button on proprietary telephones if the
button is assigned as the FLASH feature (disconnection signal). <[990] System Additional
Information, Area 01-Bit 3>
• During outside calls, a FLASH stored in System Speed Dialling, Station Speed Dialling or
One-Touch Dialling functions as External Feature Access, not as Flash.
Programming Guide References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
• [413] Flash Time
• [990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
• Flash
• Host PBX Access
User Manual References
• 2.8.2 If a Host PBX is Connected
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Flash
Description
The FLASH button is used to allow a proprietary telephone user to disconnect the current call
and originate another call without hanging up first.
Conditions
• If External Feature Access is enabled on the FLASH button, this function does not work for
an outside call. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 01-Bit 3>
• The amount of time between successive accesses to the same outside line is programmable.
<[414] Disconnect Time>
• Pressing the FLASH button re-starts the conversation duration, outputs a Station Message
Detail Recording (SMDR) call record, inserts the automatic pause, and checks toll
restriction level again.
• It is required to enable this function at the locked extension and toll-restricted extension.
<[990] System Additional Information, Area 02-Bit 5>
Programming Guide References
• [414] Disconnect Time
• [990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
• External Feature Access
User Manual References
None
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Hands-free Operation
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone user to dial and to talk to the other party without lifting the
handset. Pressing an appropriate button provides hands-free mode.
Conditions
• This function can be utilised by pressing a button listed below when the SP-PHONE /
MONITOR button indicator is off:
SP-PHONE button; MONITOR button; INTERCOM button; CO button
• Telephones which do not have an SP-PHONE button can only be used for hands-free
dialling operations etc. They cannot be used for hands-free conversations.
• A single press of an One-Touch Button, DSS (Direct Station Selection) button, REDIAL
button or a SAVE button also provides the hands-free mode if Full One-Touch Dialling is
activated.
Programming Guide References
Not programming required.
Features Guide References
• Full One-Touch Dialling
User Manual References
• 2.2.1 Basic Calling
• 2.3.1 Answering Calls
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Off-Hook Monitor
Description
Allows the KX-T7531, KX-T7533, KX-T7536, KX-T7433 and KX-T7436 digital proprietary
telephone users to let the other users listen to the conversation through the built-in speaker,
while continuing the same call using the handset.
Conditions
This is effective with a handset conversation.
Programming Guide References
• [148] Off-Hook Monitor
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.4.7 Letting Other People Listen to the Conversation (Off-Hook Monitor) [KX-T7433,
KX-T7436 only]
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Privacy Release
Description
By default all conversations which take place on outside lines, extension lines and doorphone
lines are protected by privacy (Automatic Privacy).
Privacy Release allows the proprietary telephone user to suspend Automatic Privacy for an
existing call in order to establish a three-party call. During a conversation with an outside party
on a CO button, the user can allow another extension party to join the conversation by pressing
the CO button.
Conditions
When a two-party call is changed to a three-party call or vice versa, a confirmation tone is sent
to all three parties. Eliminating the tone is programmable. <[990] System Additional
Information, Area 02-Bit 3>
Programming Guide References
• [990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.4.5 Three-party Conversation
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Paging Features
1.13
Paging Features
Paging
Description
Allows an extension user to make a voice announcement to many people at the same time. Your
message is announced over the built-in speakers of proprietary telephones and / or external
speakers (external pagers).
The paged person can answer your page from a nearby telephone.
Making and answering a page is possible from either a proprietary or single line telephone. You
can do paging with a call on hold in order to transfer the call (Paging and Transfer).
Paging features are classified as follows:
Type
Paging method
All
Paged from all speakers of the proprietary telephones and
from all external pagers.
External
Paged from all or specific external pagers.
Group
Paged from the speakers of the proprietary telephones in
all or specific extension groups.
Conditions
[General]
• A confirmation tone is sent to extensions, when the page is made or answered. Eliminating
the tone is programmable. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 02-Bit 6>
• A confirmation tone is sent from external pagers, before the voice announcement.
Eliminating the tone is programmable. <[805] External Pager Confirmation Tone>
[All]
• If System Connection*1 is established, paging is performed to all proprietary telephones and
all external paging devices in both systems.
• A ringing or busy extension cannot receive a page.
[External]
• An external pager must be connected beforehand. One pager for KX-TD816, and up to two
pagers per system for KX-TD1232 can be connected. If System Connection*2 is established,
up to four pagers are available.
*1
*2
Available for the KX-TD1232 only.
Available for the KX-TD1232 only.
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Paging Features
• External pagers can be used for Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station (TAFAS),
Paging – External, or Background Music (BGM) – External in this order. For example, if
Paging – External is overridden by TAFAS, reorder tone is returned to the performer of the
Paging – External. If BGM is overridden by a higher priority, it is interrupted and starts
again when the higher priority is finished.
[Group]
• To select all groups page all extensions.
Installation Manual References
• 2.3.6 External Pager (Paging Equipment) Connection
Programming Guide References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
• [805] External Pager Confirmation Tone
• [990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
None
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Proprietary Telephone Features
1.14
Proprietary Telephone Features
Background Music (BGM)
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone user to listen to background music (BGM) from the monitor
speaker on the telephone.
BGM can also be broadcast in your office through the external pagers (Background Music
(BGM) – External), which can be turned on and off by the operator.
Conditions
[General]
• It may be required to connect a user-supplied external music source, such as a radio. One
external music source can be connected to KX-TD816, and up to two sources can be
connected to KX-TD1232 per system.
• It is required to select the internal or external music source 1 to be used for BGM and/or
Music on Hold. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 06-Bits 11 and 10>
• The music coming out from the monitor speaker on the telephone is interrupted when you
go off-hook.
[External]
• It is required to connect a user-supplied external pager. One pager can be installed to KXTD816, and up to two pagers can be installed to KX-TD1232 per system.
• Each pager can be programmed to send BGM or not. <[804] External Pager BGM>
• The priority of access to external pager is as follows:
Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station (TAFAS) > Paging > BGM
Installation Manual References
• 2.3.6 External Pager (Paging Equipment) Connection
• 2.3.7 External Music Source Connection
Programming Guide References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
• [804] External Pager BGM
• [990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
None
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Proprietary Telephone Features
User Manual References
• 2.7.7 Turning on the Background Music
• 3.2.2 Turning on the External Background Music
Features Guide
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Proprietary Telephone Features
Handset / Headset Selection
Description
The system supports the use of headsets on proprietary telephones.
As for the connection and the operation, please refer to the Operating Instructions for the
Headset, KX-T7090.
Conditions
• The headset is an option.
• To set headset mode on a digital proprietary telephone (PT), use Station Programming
(Handset / Headset Selection). To set headset mode on an analogue PT, use the handset /
headset selector provided on the set and / or on the headset.
Programming Guide References
Not programming required.
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 4.1.2 Initial Settings
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Proprietary Telephone Features
Mute
Description
During a conversation, a proprietary telephone user can disable the microphone or the handset
to consult privately with others in the room while listening to the other party on the phone
through the built-in speaker or the handset. There are two types of mute as follows.
Type
Condition
Handset Mute
During a conversation using the handset. This function is only
available for the KX-T7500 series telephone users.
Microphone Mute
During a conversation using the microphone.
Conditions
• The user can hear the other party's voice during Mute. Only your voice will be muted.
Programming Guide References
Not programming required.
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.4.6 Mute
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Proprietary Telephone Features
Station Programme Clear
Description
Allows the extension user to cancel the functions set on the user's own telephone. The
following functions will be cancelled by this feature:
Absent Message Capability — The message set on the telephone
Background Music that has been turned on
Call Forwarding
Call Log, Incoming — Over-stored mode
Call Pickup Deny
Call Waiting enabled
Data Line Security
Do Not Disturb (DND)
Executive Busy Override Deny
Log-Out status
Message Waiting — All the messages that have been left by other extension users
Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA) enabled
Parallelled Telephone enabled
Pickup Dialling
Timed Reminder
Whisper OHCA enabled
Conditions
None
Programming Guide References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.7.11 Clearing the Feature Settings at Your Extension (Station Programme Clear)
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Proprietary Telephone Features
Station Programming
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone (PT) user to customise the extension to their needs. The
following programming items are available:
Telephone Type
Programming Items
Any PT
Call Waiting Tone Type Assignment
Flexible Button Assignment
Full One-Touch Dialling Assignment
Handset / Headset Selection
Intercom Alert Assignment
Live Call Screening Mode Set
Preferred Line Assignment – Incoming / Outgoing
Station Programming Data Default Set
Digital PT
Phantom Extension Ringing On / Off Set
Ringing Tone Selection for CO Buttons
Display PT
Charge Fee Reference
Self-Extension Number Confirmation
Digital display PT
(KX-T7531, KX-T7533,
KX-T7536, KX-T7433,
KX-T7436, KX-T7235)
Station Speed Dialling Number / Name Assignment
Operator's PT
Call Log Lock Control, Incoming
Live Call Screening Password Control
Remote Station Lock Control
Detailed information and programming instructions are described in the User Manual, Station
Programming.
Conditions
• During Station Programming, the PT is considered to be in busy status.
• The user can return all of the following items programmed on the telephone to the default
settings (Station Programming Data Defaut Set).
Features Guide
Programming Items
Default
Call Waiting Tone Type Assignment
Tone 1
Full One-Touch Dialling Assignment
On
Handset / Headset Selection
Handset
Intercom Alert Assignment
Tone Call
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Programming Items
Default
Live Call Screening Mode Set
Hands-free
Preferred Line Assignment – Incoming
Ringing Line
Preferred Line Assignment – Outgoing
Intercom Line
Programming Guide References
Not programming required.
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 3.1.1 Changing the Settings
• 4.1.1 Customising Your Phone (Station Programming)
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Audible Tone Features
Audible Tone Features
Confirmation Tone
Description
At the end of many different functions the system confirms the success of the operation by
sending a confirmation tone to the extension user through the speaker of the telephone.
Confirmation tone 1:
a) Indicates that the new setting differs from the previous setting.
b) Set or cancel the Electronic Station Lockout.
1s
Confirmation tone 2:
a) Indicates that the new setting is identical to the previous setting.
b) In addition, sent when various features are successfully performed or accessed. (e.g. Call
Hold; Automatic Callback Busy)
c) Sent when accessing external paging equipment. (e.g. Paging – All; Paging – External)
Confirmation tone from external pagers can be enabled or disabled.
<[805] External Pager Confirmation Tone>
1s
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Confirmation tone 3:
Sent when a conversation is established just after dialling.
For example, when accessing the following features by the feature numbers:
• Call Park Retrieve
• Call Pickup
• Hold Retrieve
• Paging / Paging Answer
• Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station (TAFAS)
This tone can be eliminated so that the user can start talking instantly. <[990] System
Additional Information, Area 02-Bit 6>
1s
Confirmation tone 4:
Sent when moving from a two-party call to a three-party call, and vice versa. (These are caused
by Executive Busy Override, Conference, or Privacy Release.) It is possible to eliminate this
tone. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 02-Bit 3>
1s
Conditions
Confirmation Tone 1 and 2 are provided to reconfirm the assigned feature.
Programming Guide References
• [805] External Pager Confirmation Tone
• [990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
None
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Audible Tone Features
Dial Tone, Distinctive
Description
Four types of dial tone patterns are available to give information about features activated on the
telephone set.
Dial tone 1: Normal dial tone. None of the features listed below are activated.
1s
Dial tone 2: Emitted when any one of the features below are set.
Absent Message Capability
Background Music (BGM) (for proprietary telephones only)
Call Forwarding
Call Pickup Deny
Call Waiting
Data Line Security
Do Not Disturb (DND)
Electronic Station Lockout
Executive Busy Override Deny
Pickup Dialling
Timed Reminder
1s
Dial tone 3: Emitted when performing Account Code Entry. Also sounds when answering
Timed Reminder call.
1s
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Dial tone 4: Emitted when messages are waiting for the extension.
1s
Conditions
• Dial tone 2 can be disabled. In this case, dial tone 1 will be emitted even if programmable
extension features have been set. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 06-Bit 13>
Programming Guide References
• [990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
None
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Audible Tone Features
Dial Type Selection
Description
Allows you to select the desired dialling mode for each outside line regardless of originating
call extension (rotary or tone). <[402] Dial Mode Selection>
There are three dialling modes available:
Feature Type
Transferring method
DTMF (Dual Tone MultiFrequency) Mode
The dialling signal from an extension, either tone or rotary,
is converted to tone dialling. DTMF signals are transmitted
to the outside line.
Pulse Dial (Rotary) Mode
The dialling signal from an extension, either tone or rotary,
is converted to rotary dialling. Rotary pulses are transmitted
to the outside line.
Call Blocking Mode
Set this mode on outside lines that can receive both tone and
rotary, but under contract with the Central Office for rotary
only. When dialling to a line using a touch-tone telephone,
only rotary is sent to the Central Office.
Conditions
• Pulse to Tone Conversion:
It is possible for the extension user to temporarily convert the pre-assigned rotary dialling
mode to DTMF mode so that the user can access special services such as computer-accessed
long distance calling or voice mail services. This feature works only on outside lines set to
Pulse Dialling mode or Call Blocking mode. DTMF mode cannot be changed to rotary.
• In case an outside line can receive both DTMF and pulse signals and is contracted for
DTMF with a Central Office, DTMF mode should be selected for the line. If it is contracted
for rotary mode, Call Blocking mode should be selected for the line.
• If a line is assigned Pulse Dial mode, select an appropriate pulse speed <[403] Pulse Speed
Selection>, pulse break ratio <[990] System Additional Information, Area 02-Bit 7>, and
inter-digit pause for the line <[990] System Additional Information, Area 02-Bits12 and
11>, if necessary. If a line is assigned DTMF, select an appropriate DTMF duration for the
line <[404] DTMF Time>, if necessary.
• After a held call is retrieved, the dial mode goes back to the one originally programmed on
the outside line.
• Either DTMF or rotary dialling can be assigned for the DISA (Direct Inward System
Access) outgoing line. With DISA, Pulse to Tone Conversion is not possible.
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Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
[402] Dial Mode Selection
[403] Pulse Speed Selection
[404] DTMF Time
[990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
None
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Audible Tone Features
Ringing Tone Selection for CO Buttons
Description
Allows the digital proprietary telephone user to select the desired ringer frequency for each CO
button. This distinguishes different incoming outside calls.
Conditions
There are eight ringer frequencies available. One of them can be assigned to a CO button that
is assigned as each of the following buttons: Single-CO, Group-CO, or Loop-CO button. It is
not possible to assign a ringer frequency to any other button.
Programming Guide References
• [005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 4.1.3 Customising the Buttons
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Audible Tone Features
Ringing, Discriminating
Description
Allows the extension user to identify the incoming call by the ringing pattern. (See Section 5
"Tone / Ring Tone".)
Conditions
• When there are multiple incoming calls and the extension goes from off-hook to on-hook,
the calls are rung according to the following priority:
a) Consultation Hold Recall
b) An incoming call from a line in which the Prime Line Preference – Incoming function
has been set (with a proprietary telephone only)
c) Call Waiting
d) Incoming calls; Hold Recall; Transfer Recall; Unattended Conference Recall
• If multiple incoming calls arrive at an on-hook extension simultaneously, priority as to
which calls should be rung is generally on a "first-come, first-served" basis. In the case of
proprietary telephones (PT), however, when the Prime Line Preference – Incoming function
has been set, this line takes precedence.
• Incoming TAFAS (Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station) calls can be identified
by ringing signals sent out from the external pager. The ringing pattern is the same as the
outside calls.
• The digital PT user can select a desired tone frequency for each CO button.
Programming Guide References
Not programming required.
Features Guide References
• Ringing Tone Selection for CO Buttons
User Manual References
None
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Button Features
Button Features
Button, Flexible
Description
The use of Flexible Buttons is determined by either System or Station Programming. The
following three types of Flexible Buttons are provided on proprietary telephones (PT) and
console:
• Flexible CO buttons (provided on PT only)
• Flexible Direct Station Selection (DSS) buttons (provided on console only)
• Programmable Feature (PF) buttons
The table below shows all of the features which can be assigned to Flexible Buttons.
Button
Features to be assigned
CO
DSS
PF
(PT)
(DSS)
(PT/DSS)
Alert
Single-CO (S-CO)
Group-CO (G-CO)
Log-In / Log-Out
Loop-CO (L-CO)
Direct Station Selection (DSS)
Live Call Screening (LCS) *
Live Call Screening (LCS) Cancel *
Message Waiting
Night
Phantom Extension
Two-Way Record *
Two-Way Transfer *
Account Code Entry (Account)
Conference
FWD / DND
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Button Features
Button
Features to be assigned
CO
DSS
PF
(PT)
(DSS)
(PT/DSS)
One-Touch Dialling
Saved Number Redial (SAVE)
Voice Mail Transfer
* Available when this system is connected to a Panasonic Voice Processing System which
supports digital proprietary telephone integration (e.g. KX-TVP200).
"
" indicates that the feature is available.
Conditions
• An outside line can only appear on one Single-CO button of any given telephone. A station
can only appear on one DSS button of any given telephone or console.
• It is possible to set the Group-CO or Loop-CO buttons on one telephone. Incoming and
outgoing calls on the line are shown on the button in the following priority.
Single-CO > Group-CO > Loop-CO
• Pressing a flexible button while on-hook displays the feature name or the information
assigned to the button for five seconds.
Programming Guide References
• [005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
Features Guide References
• Console
• Buttons on Proprietary Telephones and Consoles
User Manual References
• 4.1.3 Customising the Buttons
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Button Features
Buttons on Proprietary Telephones and Consoles
Description
Proprietary telephones and consoles are provided with the feature / line access buttons listed
below. The functions of the listed buttons are also described.
Buttons on KX-T Analogue Proprietary Telephones:
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Button Features
Buttons on KX-T Digital Proprietary Telephones:
Buttons on KX-T Consoles:
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Button Features
Buttons Usage:
Buttons
Usage
AUTO ANSWER / MUTE This dual function button is used for extension auto-answer and
microphone mute during a conversation.
AUTO DIAL / STORE
Used for System Speed Dialling and storing programme changes.
ANSWER
Used to answer an incoming call to the paired telephone.
CO (Central Office line)
Can make or receive an outside call or can be re-assigned to a different
CO or to various feature buttons.
CONF (Conference)
Used to establish a three-party conference.
DSS
(Direct Station Selection)
Used to access extensions. Every button is programmed to correspond to
an extension. DSS buttons can also be changed to the other function
buttons.
FLASH
Allows you to disconnect the current call and originate another call
without hanging up (Flash). Sends a flash signal to the Central Office or
host PBX to access their features (External Feature Access).
Function
Used to perform the displayed function / operation.
FWD / DND
(Call Forwarding /
Do Not Disturb)
Used to programme Call Forwarding, set Do Not Disturb.
HOLD
Used to place a call on hold.
INTERCOM
Used to make or receive intercom calls.
Jog Dial
Used to adjust the ringer, speaker, handset and headset volume and the
display contrast. It can also be used to select data from the Call Directory
and the System Feature Access Menu on the display.
MESSAGE
Used to send a message or display current message.
MODE
Used to shift the display in order to access various features.
MONITOR
Used for a handsfree operation.
PAUSE
Inserts a pause in a speed dial number. With an analogue proprietary
telephone, it is used as the PROGRAM button.
PF
(Programmable Feature)
These buttons are provided with no default setting. They can be
programmed for the other function buttons.
PROGRAM
Used to enter / exit the Programming mode. With the KX-T7220 and
KX-T7250, it can also be used as the PAUSE button.
REDIAL
Used for Last Number or Automatic Redial.
RELEASE
Used to disconnect the line during or after a conversation or to complete
a Call Transfer.
SAVE
Used to store a dialled telephone number for Saved Number Redial.
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Button Features
Buttons Usage:
Buttons
Usage
SELECT
Used to select the displayed function or to call for the displayed phone
number.
SHIFT
Used to access the second level of Soft button function.
Soft
Pressing a Soft button performs the function / operation appearing on the
bottom line of the display.
SP-PHONE
(Speakerphone)
Used for a hands-free operation. Pressing the button causes the
telephone to switch between handset and handsfree operation.
TRANSFER
Transfers a call to another extension or external destination.
VOICE CALL / MUTE
Used for extension auto-answer (hands-free conversation is not
available), and handset microphone mute during a conversation.
VOLUME
Used to adjust the ringer, speaker, handset and headset volume and the
display contrast.
Conditions
• Certain buttons are equipped with LED to show line or feature status.
• CO buttons can be classified according to the following three types:
Single-CO (S-CO) button / Group-CO (G-CO) button / Loop-CO (L-CO) button
Programming Guide References
• [005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 4.1.3 Customising the Buttons
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Button Features
LED Indication
Description
The LED (Light Emitting Diode) indicators of the INTERCOM button and the buttons
associated with outside lines show the line conditions with a variety of lighting patterns. This
allows the user to see the current state of the line. The table below shows the lighting pattern
for different line conditions.
LED indication and the outside line status
LED Indicator
Outside Line Status
Off
Idle
Green On
I-use
Green slow flashing
I-hold
Green moderate flashing I-Exclusive Hold / Outside-to-outside line
call / Unattended Conference
Green rapid flashing
Hold Recall / Privacy Release possible /
Incoming call (DIL 1:1 etc.)
Red On
Other-use/Log-Out
Red slow flashing
Other-hold
Red rapid flashing
Incoming call (DIL 1:N etc.)
LED indication and the intercom line status
INTERCOM Button
Intercom Line Status
Off
Idle
Green On
Intercom call / Conference established
Green slow flashing
Intercom call Hold
Green moderate flashing Intercom call exclusive hold / Consultation
hold
Green rapid flashing
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Button Features
Flashing light patterns
Slow flash
Moderate flash
Rapid flash
1s
Conditions
• Red slow flashing indication appears on the Single-CO (S-CO) button only.
• The indication of Privacy Release appears on the S-CO button only.
Programming Guide References
• [005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
Features Guide References
• Outside Line Access
User Manual References
• 4.1.3 Customising the Buttons
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Display Features
Display Features
Absent Message Capability
Description
Once set, this feature provides a message on the display of the calling extension to show the
reason for the absence of the person on the extension called. Nine messages can be
programmed as desired which are available for every extension user. There are six preprogrammed default messages. Setting or cancelling a message can be done by individual
extension users but only callers with a display telephone can view the message.
Conditions
• Six default messages, which are changeable, are shown below. The "%" means a parameter
to be entered when assigning a message at an individual extension.
a) Will Return Soon
b) Gone Home
c) At Ext %%% (extension number)
d) Back at %% : %% (hour : minute)
e) Out Until %% / %% (month / day)
f) In a Meeting
• An extension user can select only one message at a time. The selected message is displayed
every time the user goes off-hook.
Programming Guide References
• [008] Absent Messages
• [100] Flexible Numbering
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.5.2 Showing an Absent Message on the Caller's Telephone Display (Absent Message
Capability)
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Display Features
Call Directory
Description
Allows the KX-T7531, KX-T7533, KX-T7536, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235 users
to make a call using the following call directories which can easily be accessed by using the
display.
Directory Type
Description
Extension Dialling
Directory
Provides a display of extension names and numbers. System
Programming of extension numbers and names is required.
<[003] Extension Number Set, [004] Extension Name Set>
Station Speed
Dialling Directory
Provides a display of names and numbers stored in Station
Speed Dialling.
System Speed
Dialling Directory
Provides a display of names stored in System Speed Dialling.
System Programming of numbers and names is required. <[001]
System Speed Dialling Number Set, [002] System Speed
Dialling Name Set>
Conditions
• It is programmable to select the initial display of the Station Speed Dialling for names and
numbers. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 02-Bit 9>
• If a name is not stored for a System Speed Dialling number, it is not displayed and cannot
be called with this feature.
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
[001] System Speed Dialling Number Set
[002] System Speed Dialling Name Set
[003] Extension Number Set
[004] Extension Name Set
[100] Flexible Numbering
[990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
• One-Touch Dialling
• Station Speed Dialling
• System Speed Dialling
User Manual References
• 2.9.4 Using the KX-T7433, KX-T7436 or KX-T7235
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Display Features
Call Log, Outgoing
Description
Provides a KX-T7536, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235 display of the last five dialled telephone
numbers and allows the user to perform redialling the number by pressing the associated
button.
Conditions
The oldest telephone number will be eliminated when over the limited numbers are dialled out.
Programming Guide References
Not programming required.
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.9.4 Using the KX-T7433, KX-T7436 or KX-T7235
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Display Features
Display Message
Description
The display proprietary telephone shows the user the following information:
Displaying Item
Display Example
While in idle status
(Pressing " " alternates the following two displays.)
Jan 1
10:00AM
Shows the month, day, time
Shows the month, day, year, day of the week
(Pressing a feature / number assigned button)
Jan 1 1999 FRI
Account
Shows the feature name or the information assigned to
the button for five seconds.
While making or receiving calls
Shows the extension number and name of the calling 123: Smith
or called extension.
Shows the dialled telephone number.
01234567890
Shows the outside line number and name when
receiving an outside call.
CO 03:AB COMPANY
Shows the charge meter during an established call.
CO01:00005
Shows the charge fee during an established call.
CO01:00001.15KC
Shows the call duration during an established outside CO 02 0:02'28
call. It remains for five seconds after the call is
finished.
While in Station Programming mode
Shows the self-jack number and extension number.
Jack02<=>EXT102
Conditions
• Extension numbers and names, and outside line names are programmable. <[003]
Extension Number Set, [004] Extension Name Set, [417] Outside Line Name Assignment>
If no name is stored, only the number is displayed.
• The outgoing outside call duration starts when the programmable timer expires. <[212] Call
Duration Count Start Time>
• It is possible to select the first display, meter or charge. <[120] Charge Display Selection>
To alternate the display, press the FWD/DND button.
• It is possible to adjust the display contrast.
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Display Features
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
[000] Date and Time Set
[003] Extension Number Set
[004] Extension Name Set
[120] Charge Display Selection
[212] Call Duration Count Start Time
[417] Outside Line Name Assignment
[423] Pay Tone Assignment
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 4.2.1 Programming Information
Features Guide
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Message Waiting
Description
The system supports the ability to inform the called party of a message waiting. The called
party, with a MESSAGE button, knows there is a message if the MESSAGE button LED (Light
Emitting Diode) lights red. If the button is not provided or assigned, the called party hears a
special dial tone, when he / she goes off-hook. Pressing the lit MESSAGE button or dialling
the Message Waiting feature number can call back the caller or listen to messages which are
stored in a mailbox in the Voice Processing System.
Conditions
• For a proprietary telephone which does not have a MESSAGE button, a flexible CO button
can be assigned as the MESSAGE button. <[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment>
• Single line telephone users with a message waiting lamp can activate the lamp in the same
way as a MESSAGE button on the proprietary telephone by connecting a SLT Message
Waiting Lamp Adaptor Unit (KX-TD194) to the system. The message waiting lamp lighting
pattern can be selected from twelve patterns. System Programming is required to use this
feature. <[154] Message Waiting Control, [155] Message Waiting Lamp Assignment, [156]
Message Waiting Port Set>
• For single line telephone users without a message waiting lamp, the message waiting ring
tone can be sent to notify the user. The message waiting ring interval time is programmable
(default: 0=no ring). <[216] Message Waiting Ring Interval Time>
• Cancelling a message can be performed from the sending extension or from the receiving
extension.
• The system supports a maximum of 128 simultaneous messages.
• Messages are always left on the original extension. They can not be sent to a Call
Forwarding or Station Hunting destination.
• It is possible to assign whether the system or the Voice Processing System turns off the
Message Waiting lamp when the user hears a message recorded in a mailbox. <[990]
System Additional Information, Area 01-Bit 15>
Installation Manual References
• 2.4.9 SLT Message Waiting Lamp Adaptor Unit Connection
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
174
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering
[154] Message Waiting Control
[155] Message Waiting Lamp Assignment
[156] Message Waiting Port Set
[216] Message Waiting Ring Interval Time
[990] System Additional Information
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Display Features
Features Guide References
• Dial Tone, Distinctive
• Voice Mail Integration for Inband
User Manual References
• 2.2.4 When the Dialled Line is Busy or There is No Answer
• 4.1.3 Customising the Buttons
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Display Features
System Feature Access Menu
Description
Provides a KX-T7531, KX-T7533, KX-T7536, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235 display
of the system features available at any time and allows the user to have access to the desired
features.
Conditions
• The features available to access are:
Absent Message Capability
Call Park
Call Pickup, Group
Call Forwarding (set / cancel)*1
Do Not Disturb (set / cancel)*2
Live Call Screening (password set)
Log-In / Log-Out
Message Waiting
Paging (access / answer)
Parallelled Telephone
• In addition to the features above, the operator can have the display of the following features:
Background Music (BGM) – External
Night Service
Programming Guide References
Not programming required.
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 2.9.4 Using the KX-T7433, KX-T7436 or KX-T7235
*1
*2
Available for the KX-T7536, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235 only.
Available for the KX-T7536, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235 only.
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ISDN Features
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System Expansion
2.1
System Expansion
Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)
Description
The system can manage a call received from the ISDN line by point-to-point or point-to-multipoint configuration.
An optional ISDN Line Unit, KX-TD280, KX-TD286, or KX-TD290 is required. The KXTD290 can only use "point-to-point" configuration.
Configuration Type
Description
Point-to-point
A call received through one ISDN port is sent directly to a
specific extension using a Direct Dialling In (DDI) service.
Point-to-multi-point
One ISDN port can support a maximum of ten Multiple
Subscriber Numbers (MSN). A call received through an ISDN
port is sent directly to the pre-assigned extension if the dialled
number matches the stored MSN.
Flow chart of required programmes for ISDN
Select the ISDN ring service, DDI, MSN, or Disable.
<[452-453] ISDN Ring Service Assignment –
Day / Night>
Disable
MSN
DDI
The pre-assigned DIL 1:1 extensions receive calls.
<[407-408] DIL 1:1 Extension – Day / Night>
Disable
The pre-assigned DIL 1:N
extension receive calls.
<[603-604] DIL 1:N Extension
and Delayed Ringing
– Day / Night>
A received number is converted as programmed.
<[421] ISDN DDI / MSN Removed Digit /
Added Number Assignment>
DDI
The system searches for the
converted number.
<[150] DDI Translation Table>
DDI
A call is received at a specific
extension directly using the
DDI service.
<[151-152] DDI Ringing
Assignment – Day / Night>
(Refer to the DDI feature.)
178
MSN
The system searches for the
converted number.
<[447] MSN Assignment>
MSN
A call is received at the pre-assigned
extension directly using the MSN
ringing service.
<[448-449] Extension Ringing
Assignment – Day / Night
for ISDN>
(Refer to the MSN Ringing Service
feature.)
Features Guide
2.1
System Expansion
Conditions
• After ISDN assignments, you should reset the system so that the assignments are
effective.
• Automatic Time Adjustment:
The time can automatically be adjusted when the first call after 3:00AM is received. <[990]
System Additional Information, Area 07-Bit 13>
• ISDN Service Access:
The ISDN Service button can be assigned to a flexible button. It is used to access an ISDN
network service.
• The system is in accordance with European Telecommunication Standard (ETS)
specifications below:
ETS 300 092 Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP) supplementary service.
ETS 300 093 Calling Line Identification Restriction (CLIR) supplementary service.
ETS 300 097 Connected Line Identification Presentation (COLP) supplementary service.
ETS 300 098 Connected Line Identification Restriction (COLR) supplementary service.
ETS 300 122 Generic keypad protocol for the support of supplementary service (ISDN
Service Access).
ETS 300 182 Advice of Charge (AOC) supplementary service Digital Subscriber Signalling
System No.One (DSS1) protocol.
• Each port can be assigned as follows:
*1 and *2: can be either an external or internal ISDN S0 line.
*1: when assigned as internal, the corresponding analogue outside line (CO) ports or ISDN
ports become available.
TD816
CO No.
ISDN Port
TD280
TD286
1, 2
1
—
*1
3, 4
2
—
*1
5, 6
3
*2
*2
7, 8
4
*2
*2
—
5
—
Internal
—
6
—
Internal
TD1232
Features Guide
CO No.
ISDN Port
TD280
TD286
1, 2
1
—
*1
3, 4
2
—
*1
5, 6
3
—
*1
7, 8
4
—
*1
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System Expansion
TD1232
9, 10
5
*2
*2
11, 12
6
*2
*2
• The recommended parameter combinations are listed below. The underlined selections are
recommended.
Programme
Parameter
[424]
[425]
[426]
ISDN Port ISDN Layer 1
ISDN
Type
Active Mode Configuration
[427]
ISDN Date
Link Mode
[428]
ISDN TEI
Mode
CO
(DDI)
Call/
Permanent
Point
Call/
Permanent
Fix
CO
(MSN)
Call/
Permanent
Multipoint
Call/
Permanent
Automatic
Extension
Call/
Permanent
Multipoint
Call
Automatic
Installation Manual References
• 2.8 System Restart
• 3 ISDN Installation
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
180
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[109] Expansion Unit Type
[112] ISDN Network Type Assignment
[150] DDI Translation Table
[151-152] DDI Ringing Assignment – Day / Night
[407-408] DIL 1:1 Extension – Day / Night
[421] ISDN DDI / MSN Removed Digit / Added Number Assignment
[423] Pay Tone Assignment
[424] ISDN Port Type
[425] ISDN Layer 1 Active Mode
[426] ISDN Configuration
[427] ISDN Data Link Mode
[428] ISDN TEI Mode
[429] ISDN Extension Multiple Subscriber Number
[447] MSN Assignment
[448-449] Extension Ringing Assignment – Day / Night for ISDN
[450] PRI Configuration
[451] PRI Reference CO
[452-453] ISDN Ring Service Assignment – Day / Night
[603-604] DIL 1:N Extension and Delayed Ringing – Day / Night
[990] System Additional Information
Features Guide
2.1
System Expansion
Features Guide References
• Direct Dialling In (DDI)
• Multiple Subscriber Numbers (MSN) Ringing Service
User Manual References
• 2.2.6 Accessing the ISDN Network Service (ISDN Network Service Access)
Features Guide
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2.1
System Expansion
Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)
Extension
Description
The system supports terminal equipment with separate power supplies. For example, an ISDN
telephone, G4 Facsimile and personal computers which are connected to an optional ISDN S0
Line Unit. A maximum of eight terminal equipment can be connected to each ISDN S0 bus
with point-to-multi-point configuration. However, only up to two equipment can be used
simultaneously. Terminal equipment can be addressed individually with Multiple Subscriber
Numbers (MSN). The MSN consists of the ISDN extension number and an additional digit, 0
through 9. If MSN is not assigned, all equipment on the same S0 bus are called simultaneously.
The following bearer capabilities can be supported:
Transfer Mode
Circuit
Circuit
Circuit
Transfer Capability
Unrestricted digital
Speech
3.1 kHz Audio
The functions of terminal equipment are similar to single line telephone functions except for
the following features:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Automatic Callback Busy
Call Forwarding
Call Hold
Call Park
Call Pickup
Call Transfer
Call Waiting
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Conference
Do Not Disturb
Log-In / Log-Out
Message Waiting
Paging – Group Answer
Pickup Dialling
Timed Reminder
Conditions
• After ISDN assignments, you should reset the system so that the assignments are
effective.
• Class of Service for ISDN extension port applies to all terminal equipment on the same S0
bus.
• Each port can be assigned as follows:
*1 and *2: can be either an external or internal ISDN S0 line.
*1: when assigned as internal, the corresponding analogue outside line (CO) ports or ISDN
ports become available.
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2.1
System Expansion
TD816
CO No.
ISDN Port
TD280
TD286
1, 2
1
—
*1
3, 4
2
—
*1
5, 6
3
*2
*2
7, 8
4
*2
*2
—
5
—
Internal
—
6
—
Internal
TD1232
CO No.
ISDN Port
TD280
TD286
1, 2
1
—
*1
3, 4
2
—
*1
5, 6
3
—
*1
7, 8
4
—
*1
9, 10
5
*2
*2
11, 12
6
*2
*2
• The recommended parameter combinations are listed below. The underlined selections are
recommended.
Programme
Parameter
[424]
[425]
[426]
ISDN Port ISDN Layer 1
ISDN
Type
Active Mode Configuration
[427]
ISDN Date
Link Mode
[428]
ISDN TEI
Mode
CO
(DDI)
Call/
Permanent
Point
Call/
Permanent
Fix
CO
(MSN)
Call/
Permanent
Multipoint
Call/
Permanent
Automatic
Extension
Call/
Permanent
Multipoint
Call
Automatic
Installation Manual References
• 2.8 System Restart
• 3.2.3 Internal ISDN S0 Line Connection
Features Guide
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2.1
System Expansion
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
[012] ISDN Extension Number Set
[013] ISDN Extension Name Set
[014] Budget Management on ISDN Port
[109] Expansion Unit Type
[424] ISDN Port Type
[425] ISDN Layer 1 Active Mode
[426] ISDN Configuration
[427] ISDN Data Link Mode
[428] ISDN TEI Mode
[429] ISDN Extension Multiple Subscriber Number
[430] ISDN Extension Progress Tone
[613] ISDN Class of Service
[614-615] Outgoing Permitted Outside Line Assignment – Day / Night for ISDN Extension
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 4.1.3 Customising the Buttons
184
Features Guide
2.2
2.2
ISDN Information for Other Sections
ISDN Information for Other Sections
ISDN Information for Other Sections
Description
The list below describes the information which are required with an ISDN system. For
programmes, refer to the Programming Guide.
ISDN Information for Section 1, General Features
Section
Title
ISDN Information
1.2
System
Administration
System
Programming and
Diagnosis with
Personal Computer
1.3
System
Features
Budget Management • Programme [014] Budget Management on ISDN Port is
required to assign the charge limit of a call on an ISDN
extension port basis.
Features Guide
[Remote Programming]
• It is also possible to assign the modern as the destination of
Direct Dialling In (DDI) or Multiple Subscriber Numbers
(MSN) calls.
Charge Fee
Reference
• Advice of Charge (AOC): To receive AOC from ISDN lines,
programme [423] Pay Tone Assignment is required.
The system is in accordance with European
Telecommunication Standard (ETS) specifications below:
ETS 300 182 Advice of Charge (AOC) supplementary
Service Digital Subscriber Signalling System No.One
(DSS1) protocol.
Class of Service
(COS)
• Programme [613] ISDN Class of Service is required for
assigning each ISDN extension port a Class of Service
(COS).
Floating Station
• Floating number for external paging instruments, extension
groups, DISA messages and modem can be assigned as the
destination of Direct Dialling In (DDI) or Multiple
Subscriber Numbers (MSN) calls.
Night Service
• The following programming items may be assigned
differently for the day and night modes.
[151-152] DDI Ringing Assignment – Day / Night
[448-449] Extension Ringing Assignment – Day / Night for
ISDN
[452-453] ISDN Ring Service Assignment – Day / Night
[614-615] Outgoing Permitted Outside Line Assignment –
Day / Night for ISDN Extension
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2.2
ISDN Information for Other Sections
ISDN Information for Section 1, General Features
Section
Title
ISDN Information
Phantom Extension
• The destination of a Direct Dialling In (DDI) or Multiple
Subscriber Number (MSN) call can be the phantom
extension.
Station Message
Detail
Recording (SMDR)
• (5) Dial Number (in the explanation of the printout format)
Received Call: Shows <INCOMING> and <I>. If a call is
carried by an ISDN network, also shows the telephone
number of the calling party.
Example: <I>1234567890
1.5
Attended
Features
Ring Group
• The destination of a Direct Dialling In (DDI) or Multiple
Subscriber Numbers (MSN) call can be the ring group.
Uniform Call
Distribution (UCD)
• UCD can be used when the floating number of UCD is
assigned as the Direct Dialling In (DDI) destination.
1.6
Originating
Features
Automatic Route
Selection (ARS)
• ARS with DTMF: When making a call to an ISDN line
using the memory dialling, and the number has a pause in it,
the number after the pause will be sent to the line as DTMF
signals. This function is useful when accessing a special
network service which can be accessed only by the DTMF
signalling. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 06Bit 9>
Outside Line
Connection
Assignment –
Outgoing
• Programme [614-615] Outgoing Permitted Outside Line
Assignment – Day / Night for ISDN Extension is used to
determine the outside line which can be accessed by an
ISDN extension.
Call Forwarding
[General]
1.3
System
Features
1.11
Transferring
Features
1.16
Button
Features
• Call Forwarding applies to a Direct Dialling In (DDI) or
Multiple Subscriber Number (MSN) call.
Intercept Routing
• Intercept Routing applies to an incoming call via an ISDN
line.
Button, Flexible
• The ISDN Service button can be assigned to a flexible CO
button, DSS button or PF button. Availability of this button
depends on the ISDN service of your telephone company.
The system is in accordance with European
Telecommunication Standard (ETS) specifications below:
ETS 300 122 Generic keypad protocol for the support of
supplementary services (ISDN Service Access).
LED Indication
• When Unattended Conference is established, the button
associated with the outside line flashes green moderately.
Conditions
None
186
Features Guide
2.3
2.3
Originating Features
Originating Features
Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP)
Description
Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP) enables showing the calling party's number on
the display of the called party's telephone when a call is received.
To use the CLIP service, number assignments are required as follows:
• CLIP number for each outside line <[418] ISDN Line Number Assignment>
• CLIP number for each extension <[617] CLIP / COLP Number Assignment for
Extension, [618] CLIP / COLP Number Assignment for ISDN Extension>
Conditions
• The CLIP service for outgoing outside calls can be restricted (CLIR: Calling Line
Identification Restriction). <[419] ISDN Outgoing CLIR Service Assignment>
• The number actually sent to the called party may be different from the system programmed
number. It depends on the contract with your ISDN supplier.
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
[100] Flexible Numbering
[418] ISDN Line Number Assignment
[419] ISDN Outgoing CLIR Service Assignment
[617] CLIP / COLP Number Assignment for Extension
[618] CLIP / COLP Number Assignment for ISDN Extension
Features Guide References
• Calling Line Identification Restriction (CLIR)
User Manual References
• 2.7.4 Displaying Your Number on the Called Party and Calling Party's Telephone (Calling
/ Connected Line Identification Presentation [CLIP / COLP])
Features Guide
187
2.3
Originating Features
Calling Line Identification Restriction (CLIR)
Description
Calling Line Identification Restriction (CLIR) restricts showing the calling party's number on
the display of the called party's telephone when a call is received.
Conditions
• If the displaying is enabled, the called party can check the calling party's number before the
called party answers it (CLIP: Calling Line Identification Presentation).
Programming Guide References
• [418] ISDN Line Number Assignment
• [419] ISDN Outgoing CLIR Service Assignment
Features Guide References
• Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP)
User Manual References
None
188
Features Guide
2.4
2.4
Answering Features
Answering Features
Connected Line Identification Presentation
(COLP)
Description
Connected Line Identification Presentation (COLP) enables showing the called party's number
on the display of the calling party's telephone when the called party answers a call.
To use the COLP service, number assignments are required as follows:
• COLP number for each outside line
• COLP number for each extension
Conditions
• The COLP service for incoming outside calls can be restricted (COLR: Connected Line
Identification Restriction). <[990] System Additional Information, Area 05-Bit 11>
• The number actually sent to the calling party may be different from the system programmed
number. It depends on the contract with your ISDN supplier.
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
[100] Flexible Numbering
[418] ISDN Line Number Assignment
[617] CLIP / COLP Number Assignment for Extension
[618] CLIP / COLP Number Assignment for ISDN Extension
[990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
• Connected Line Identification Restriction (COLR)
User Manual References
• 2.7.4 Displaying Your Number on the Called Party and Calling Party's Telephone (Calling
/ Connected Line Identification Presentation [CLIP / COLP])
Features Guide
189
2.4
Answering Features
Connected Line Identification Restriction
(COLR)
Description
Connected Line Identification Restriction (COLR) restricts showing the called party's number
on the display of the calling party's telephone when the called party answers a call.
Conditions
• If the displaying is enabled, the calling party can check the the called party's number when
the called party answers it (COLP: Connected Line Identification Presentation).
Programming Guide References
• [418] ISDN Line Number Assignment
Features Guide References
• Connected Line Identification Presentation (COLP)
User Manual References
None
190
Features Guide
2.5
Attended Features
2.5 Attended Features
Direct Dialling In (DDI)
Description
Provides automatic direction of an incoming ISDN line call to a specific extension. Assignable
destinations are: (1) Operator, (2) extension, (3) Hunting Group, (4) Trunk (Outside Line)
Answer From Any Station (TAFAS), (5) Direct Inward System Access (DISA), (6) modem, (7)
Phantom extension, (8) Voice Mail extension, and (9) ISDN extension. This requires a number
received from the ISDN network. The number is converted to a specific extension number by
using a pre-programmed conversion table.
Location No.
[150]
DDI Translation
Table
[151]
DDI Ringing
Assignment – Day
[152]
DDI Ringing
Assignment – Night
000
2011111
101
201
001
2012222
102
202
:
:
:
:
399
2019999
109
109
Conditions
• To use the DDI service, "DDI" must be selected for the ISDN Ringing Service. <[452-453]
ISDN Ring Service Assignment – Day / Night>
• An incoming DDI call is converted as programmed. <[421] ISDN DDI / MSN Removed
Digit / Added Number Assignment>
• If an incoming DDI call cannot be sent to a specific extension, it will be sent to an operator
or extension according to DIL 1:N. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 05-Bits 7
and 8>
• When a DDI call arrives at a busy extension which has disabled Call Waiting, a busy tone
will be sent to the caller. If required, Intercept Routing – No Answer (IRNA) can be
activated. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 07-Bit 7>
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
[150] DDI Translation Table
[151-152] DDI Ringing Assignment – Day / Night
[421] ISDN DDI / MSN Removed Digit / Added Number Assignment
[452-453] ISDN Ring Service Assignment – Day / Night
[990] System Additional Information
Features Guide
191
2.5
Attended Features
Features Guide References
• Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)
User Manual References
None
192
Features Guide
2.5
Attended Features
Multiple Subscriber Numbers (MSN) Ringing
Service
Description
Provides automatic direction of an incoming ISDN line call to a pre-assigned extension. One
ISDN port can support a maximum of ten Multiple Subscriber Numbers (MSN).
Assignable destinations are: (1) Operator, (2) extension, (3) Hunting Group, (4) Trunk (Outside
Line) Answer From Any Station (TAFAS), (5) Direct Inward System Access (DISA), (6)
modem, (7) Phantom extension, (8) Voice Mail extension, and (9) ISDN extension.
The extensions which are assigned in programmes [448-449] "Extension Ringing Assignment
– Day / Night for ISDN" receive a call if the dialled number matches the stored MSN.
<Example>
ISDN Port Location
No.
No.
01
[447]
MSN Assignment
[448] Extension Ringing
Assignment – Day
for ISDN
[449] Extension Ringing
Assignment – Night
for ISDN
-1
2011111
101
201
-2
2012222
102
202
:
-10
Conditions
• To use the MSN ringing service, "MSN" must be selected for the ISDN Ring Service.
<[452-453] ISDN Ring Service Assignment – Day / Night>
• An incoming MSN number is converted as programmed. <[421] ISDN DDI / MSN
Removed Digit / Added Number Assignment>
• If an MSN number through the ISDN line does not match the assigned number <[447] MSN
Assignment>, the call will not be received. It will be sent to an operator or extension
according to DIL 1:N. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 05-Bits 7 and 8>
• When a MSN call arrives at a busy extension which has disabled Call Waiting, a busy tone
will be sent to the caller. If required, Intercept Routing – No Answer (IRNA) can be
activated. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 07-Bit 7>
• When using point-to-multi-point configuration with a Basic Rate Interface (BRI), we
recommend not connecting another ISDN equipment in parallel with your system. As only
two channels can be used at one time with the BRI, other ISDN equipment may monopolise
the channels.
Features Guide
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2.5
Attended Features
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
[407-408] DIL 1:1 Extension – Day / Night
[421] ISDN DDI / MSN Removed Digit / Added Number Assignment
[447] MSN Assignment
[448-449] Extension Ringing Assignment – Day / Night for ISDN
[452-453] ISDN Ring Service Assignment – Day / Night
[990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
• Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)
User Manual References
None
194
Features Guide
2.6
2.6
Display Features
Display Features
Call Log, Incoming
Description
Records the external calling party's information on digital display proprietary telephones
which have Soft buttons (e.g. KX-T7536) when the extension user does not answer the call.
The phone number and name can be displayed when the number and the name are stored in list
of System Speed Dialling. The stored number or modified number, if needed can be used to
call back the party. This feature is available, if the Calling Line Identification Presentation
(CLIP) service is obtained from the ISDN line.
The following information is displayed:
a) The receiving outside line number and name
b) The party's phone number and name
c) The day and time of the call was made
d) The sequence number and the calling attempt time of the same person
Conditions
• Up to 15 calls can be stored on an extension basis. It is programmable to assign whether the
16th call will be unacceptable or the oldest call is replaced by the newest call that is received
after 15 calls are stored.
• If the LED indicator of the SHIFT button is red, the user finds that there were some
unanswered call.
• It is possible to prevent the other user from referring the call log on the extension. The
operator also can set or cancel the prevention remotely (Call Log Lock Control,
Incoming).
• It is also possible to record the call information during a conversation by pressing the LOG
button (Soft button).
• The call log is registered at the time DPT finishes ringing. If a call is directed to multiple
DPTs, the call log is registered at the DPT that has the smallest jack number of the ringing
DPTs.
• If the DPT is in Call Forwarding – No Answer or IRNA is activated, the call log is registered
at the original DPT but not at the destination DPT unless the destination party answers the
call and record it manually.
Features Guide
195
2.6
Display Features
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
[001] System Speed Dialling Number Set
[002] System Speed Dialling Name Set
[100] Flexible Numbering
[417] Outside Line Name Assignment
[418] ISDN Line Number Assignment
[419] ISDN Outgoing CLIR Service Assignment
Features Guide References
• Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP)
• Incoming Outside Call Information Display
User Manual References
• 2.9.1 Calling Using the Call Log (Incoming Call Log) [KX-T7433, KX-T7436, KX-T7230,
KX-T7235 only]
• 2.9.2 Recording a Call Log [KX-T7433, KX-T7436, KX-T7230, KX-T7235 only]
• 2.9.3 Denying Other People the Possibility of Seeing Your Call Log (Incoming Call Log
Lock) [KX-T7433, KX-T7436, KX-T7230, KX-T7235 only]
• 3.1.1 Changing the Settings
196
Features Guide
2.6
Display Features
Incoming Outside Call Information Display
Description
Provides the display proprietary telephone user with pre-assigned information if an incoming
outside call is received.
You can select one of the following. <[612] Incoming Call Display>
Display Type
Description
The caller's telephone
number and name
Available for an ISDN line provided with the Calling Line
Identification Presentation (CLIP) feature.
The outside line number
and outside line name
This information is useful in the case when several divisions or
companies are connected to one system and they have their
own outside lines, a user can check the called party with the
display before answering the call if each division's or
company's name is assigned to an outside line.
DDI / MSN number and
name of the called party
Available for incoming Direct Dialling In (DDI) or Multiple
Subscriber Number (MSN) calls.
Conditions
• It is required to name outside lines. <[417] Outside Line Name Assignment>
• With the CLIP feature, the ISDN line informs the system of the caller's telephone number
or called party's number. To display the name, the system compares the informed number
with the System Speed Dialling Numbers stored in programme [001] and if a match is
found, decides the caller's name or called party's name by using the System Speed Dialling
Names stored in programme [002].
• Digital display proprietary telephones which have Soft buttons (e.g. KX-T7536) can record
the information of the call received by CLIP feature (Call Log, Incoming feature).
• It is possible to select whether the call information display changes to the duration time after
answering a call (default: change). <[990] System Additional Information, Area 07-Bit 11>
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
[001] System Speed Dialling Number Set
[002] System Speed Dialling Name Set
[417] Outside Line Name Assignment
[418] ISDN Line Number Assignment
[419] ISDN Outgoing CLIR Service Assignment
[423] Pay Tone Assignment
[612] Incoming Call Display
[990] System Additional Information
Features Guide
197
2.6
Display Features
Features Guide References
• Call Log, Incoming
User Manual References
None
198
Features Guide
Section 3
E&M Features
Features Guide
199
3.1
System Expansion
3.1
System Expansion
E&M (TIE) Line Service
Description
An E&M (TIE) line is a privately leased communication line between two or more PBXs,
which provides cost effective communications between company members at different
locations. The TIE lines can be used to call through your system to reach another switching
system (PBX or Central Office). By utilising TIE lines, your system can support not only
communications with the public network but with other company locations in the private
network where your system is included.
System Explanation
1. Making a TIE Call
One of the following two methods can be used to make a TIE call.
a) Extension Number method
dial the [Extension Number] only to make a TIE call.
<Example>
KX-TD816/1232
Other PBX
TIE Line
E&M
E&M
2011
Ext. 1011
Ext. 2011
Explanation
To use this method, it is necessary to change the first one or two digits of extension
numbers of either PBX to avoid having the same extension number.
1. Extension 1011 dials extension number "2011".
2. Extension 1011 is connected to extension "2011" of the other PBX.
b) PBX Code method
dial the [TIE line access number] [PBX Code] [Extension Number] to make a TIE
call.
<Example>
200
Features Guide
3.1
KX-TD816/1232
System Expansion
Other PBX
TIE Line
E&M
PBX Code 951
E&M
7-952-1011
Ext. 1011
PBX Code 952
Ext. 1011
Explanation
To use this method, it is necessary to have each PBX code in order to identify the
location of an extension.
1. Extension 1011 dials TIE line access number "7", PBX code "952" and extension
number "1011".
2. Extension 1011 is connected to extension 1011 of the other PBX which has PBX
code "952".
2. TIE Line and Outside Line Connection
To connect the TIE line with the outside line, the following patterns are available.
a) Outside-to-TIE Transfer
The system transfers incoming outside calls to the other PBX through the TIE line.
The following patterns are available.
TIE call using DISA
<Example>
KX-TD816/1232
Outside Line
CO
TIE Line
DISA
DISA
phone no.
Outside party
Other PBX
E&M
PBX Code 951
E&M
7-(DISA/TIE User Code)
-952-1011
TIE Line Network
PBX Code 952
Ext. 1011
Explanation
The outside caller dials as follows:
1. The DISA phone number, and the DISA-OGM is sent.
2. TIE line access number "7", and a dial tone is heard.
3. The DISA/TIE user code (if required), PBX code "952" and extension number
"1011".
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The outside caller is connected to extension 1011 of the other PBX which has PBX
code "952".
Call Forwarding / Call Transfer to the TIE line
<Example>
KX-TD816/1232
Other PBX
Outside Line
TIE Line
CO
DISA
E&M
PBX Code 951
phone no.
Outside party
E&M
Forwarded / Transferred
to 952-1011
Ext. 1011
PBX Code 952
Ext. 1011
TIE Line Network
Explanation
The outside caller dials the phone number, and the call is forwarded or transferred to
extension 1011 of the other PBX which has PBX code "952".
Notes
Setting the destination of Call Forwarding to the TIE line is the same as Call
Forwarding to an Outside Line.
Transferring a call to the TIE line is the same as a Call Transfer to an Outside Line.
The DISA/TIE user code <[811] DISA / TIE User Codes>) is required when the
outside line security mode is selected <[440] TIE Security Type>.
b) TIE-to-Outside Transfer
The system transfers TIE calls to the outside line of the other PBX through the TIE
line. The following patterns are available.
Outside call through the other PBX
<Example>
KX-TD816/1232
Other PBX
Outside Line
TIE Line
DISA
E&M
PBX Code 951
Ext. 1011
CO
E&M
7-952
PBX Code 952
TIE Line Network
9-(DISA/TIE User Code)
-phone no.
Outside party
Explanation
Extension 1011 dials as follows:
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1. TIE line access number "7", PBX code "952" and outside line access number "0",
and a special dial tone is heard.
2. The DISA/TIE user code (if required) and desired phone number.
Extension 1011 is connected to the desired outside party through the other PBX
which has PBX code "952".
Notes
The DISA/TIE user code <[811] DISA / TIE User Codes>) is required when the
outside line security mode is selected <[440] TIE Security Type>.
Call Forwarding / Call Transfer to Outside Line
<Example>
KX-TD816/1232
Other PBX
Outside Line
TIE Line
DISA
E&M
PBX Code 951
CO
E&M
7-952-1011
Ext. 1011
PBX Code 952
Forwarded / Transferred
to Outside Line
Ext. 1011
Outside party
TIE Line Network
Explanation
Extension 1011 dials as follows:
1. TIE line access number "7", PBX code "952" and extension number "1011".
2. The call is forwarded or transferred by extension 1011 of the other PBX which
has PBX code "952" to the designated outside line.
3. TIE Line Routing Table
The TIE Line Routing Table is referenced by the system to identify the outside line
route, when an extension user makes a TIE call.
It is necessary to make unified routing tables with each PBX in your TIE line network.
A routing pattern appropriate for each call is decided by the first three digits (except the
TIE line access number) of the dialled number.
There are two system programmes for the tables:
[340] TIE Line Routing Table: used to assign the access number (PBX code or
extension number) and outside line group hunt sequence.
[341] TIE Modify Removed Digit / Added Digit: used to assign removed and added
digits of the dialled digits of the TIE call.
Programming Example
<Example>
Your system is PBX-1 and there are four PBXs in your TIE line network. To identify the
outside line route as illustrated below, you should make the following routing table.
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PBX-4
PBX-2
→
Ext. 2xx
Ext. xxxx
PBX Code 952
Ext. xxxx
c)2xx
TRG 6 →
b) 953-xxxx
TRG 7
If you dial:
a) 7-952-xxxx
b) 7-953-xxxx
c) 2xx
PBX Code 953
TRG 5 →
Ext. 1xxx
PBX Code 951
a) 952-xxxx
PBX-1
(7: TIE line access number)
PBX-3
TIE Line Routing Table of PBX-1
Location
No.
01
02
03
PBX
Removed
Code
Digit
/ Ext. No.
952
953
2xx
0
0
0
Added
Digit
Outside Line Group Hunt Sequence
01
02
5
6
7
6
5
03
04
05
Explanation
Location 01: The hunt sequence by dialling [7+PBX Code 952]:
The 1st route — outside line group (TRG) 5
The 2nd route — outside line group (TRG) 6
Location 02: The hunt sequence by dialling [7+PBX Code 953]:
The 1st route — outside line group (TRG) 6
The 2nd route — outside line group (TRG) 5
Location 03: The hunt sequence by dialling [Ext.no. 2xx]:
The 1st route — outside line group (TRG) 7
If the received number does not match the PBX Code, the system checks the number in
the routing table. If it is found, the system automatically sends the number to the
corresponding PBX.
For example, if PBX-1 receives the number "952-xxxx" from PBX-4, PBX-1
automatically sends the number through outside line group 5.
4. TIE Call Dialling Method
The following patterns are TIE call dialling methods. The dial number modification
depends on the dialling method.
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Your telephone
APT / DPT
SLT
Dialling Method
System Expansion
dial Modification
Extension no.
Enable
CO button + (PBX code) + Extension no.
Disable
TIE line access number + (PBX code) + Extension no.
Enable
CO button + PBX code (+ TIE user code) + Phone no.
Disable
TIE line access number + PBX code (+ TIE user code) +
Phone no.
Enable
Select outside line group + (PBX code) + Extension no.
Disable
Select outside line group + PBX code (+ TIE user code) +
Phone no.
Disable
Extension no.
Enable
TIE line access number + (PBX code) + Extension no.
Enable
TIE line access number + PBX code (+ TIE user code) +
Phone no.
Enable
Select outside line group + (PBX code) + Extension no.
Disable
Select outside line group + PBX code (+ TIE user code) +
Phone no.
Disable
In addition to the methods above, the system can use the TIE line for sending outside
line access number "9" through other PBX.
When you dial the outside line access number and the outside line is busy, the system
automatically sends outside line access number "9" to a TIE line so that you can access
the outside line through other PBX. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 06-Bit
8>
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5. TIE Line Routing Flow Chart
Making a TIE Call from an Extension
A TIE call is made as follows.
PBX Code Method – 7-abc-xxxx
Extension No. Method – dexx
Is the dialled number identified with the stored
numbers? (Checks in programme [100].)
No
Not treated as a TIE
call.
Yes:
TIE line access number – 7
Other PBX extension no – de
Are the accessed digits (abc or de) found in a TIE
Line Routing Table? (Checks in programme [340].)
No
Reorder tone
Yes
Modifies the dialled number if a removed or added
number is assigned. (Checks in programme [341].)
Your extension no.
Calls an extension.
206
NG
Reorder tone
TIE or outside call no.
Routes to the TIE or outside line.
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System Expansion
Receiving a Call through a TIE Line
A call is received through a TIE line as follows.
xxxx
abc-xxxx
dexx
No
Is the system allowed to receive TIE dial numbers?
(Checks in programme [445].)
DIL 1:1 or DIL 1:N
Yes
Modifies the dialled number if a removed or added
number is assigned. (Checks in programmes [431–436].)
xxxx
dexx
Extension no.
Does the
corresponding
extension exist?
abcxxxx
Checks the PBX code “abc”.
(Checks in programme [128].)
Found in a TIE Line Routing Table.
(Checks in programme [340].)
xxxx
No
Modifies the dialled number if a
removed or added number is
assigned. (Checks in programme [341].)
Yes
No
Is the corresponding
extension idle?
Is there a hunt sequence assignment?
(Checks in programme [340].)
Yes
No
Calls an extension. (A
ringback tone is sent.)
Calls an extension.
Disable
Line access
number
Checks the code in
programme [100].
Ext. no.
Calls an
extension.
Yes
Is the TIE-to-Outside Transfer
(Checks in programme [438].) or
TIE-to-TIE Transfer (Checks in
programme [439].) enabled?
Enable
Call Waiting
Busy tone
Did you employ the outside line security
mode? (Checks in programme [440].)
Reorder tone
No
Yes
No
Is a DISA/TIE user code received?
(programmes in programme [811].)
Yes
Routes to a outside or TIE line.
(Local / TRG routing)
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Conditions
• It is possible to programme the E&M signal, voice path type and voice level (transmit /
receive) of the E&M Line Unit. <[442] Voice Path Type, [443] Voice Level (Transmit),
[444] Voice Level (Receive)> For details about the E&M signal, voice path type and voice
level, refer to Installation Manual.
• The FLASH button does not function as the disconnection key.
• The ability to perform Call Forwarding/Call Transfer to TIE line is determined on a Class
of Service basis. <[503] Call Transfer to Outside Line, [504] Call Forwarding to Outside
Line>
• When a TIE call arrives at a busy extension which has disabled Call Waiting, a busy tone
will be sent to the caller. If required, Intercept Routing – No Answer (IRNA) can be
activated. <[990] System Additional Information, Area 07-Bit 7>
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
[100] Flexible Numbering
[109] Expansion Unit Type
[128] PBX Code
[129] E&M Signal Assignment
[220] TIE First / Inter Digit Time
[340] TIE Line Routing Table
[341] TIE Modify Removed Digit / Added Dial
[431] TIE Table Number Assignment
[432] TIE Incoming Assignment
[433] TIE Outgoing Assignment
[434] TIE Subscriber Number Removed Digit
[435] TIE Added Number
[436] TIE Wink Time Out Assignment
[437] Outside-to-TIE Transfer
[438] TIE-to-Outside Transfer
[439] TIE-to-TIE Transfer
[440] TIE Security Type
[441] Line Hunting Sequence
[442] Voice Path Type
[443] Voice Level (Transmit)
[444] Voice Level (Receive)
[445] TIE Receive Dial
[503] Call Transfer to Outside Line
[504] Call Forwarding to Outside Line
[811] DISA / TIE User Codes
[990] System Additional Information
Features Guide References
None
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System Expansion
User Manual References
None
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3.1
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System Expansion
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Section 4
DECT Portable Station Features
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4.1
System Expansion
4.1
System Expansion
Digital Wireless Connection
Description
The system supports the connection of a DECT portable station (PS), KX-TD7500. It can be
used in the system with other telephones.
Conditions
• The KX-TD816 system supports up to 16 PSs and the KX-TD1232 system supports up to
64 PSs.
• To support the PSs, a Cell Station Interface Unit (KX-TD144 / KX-TD146) and a Cell
Station (KX-TD142) are required.
• Up to four calls can be made at the same time in the range.
• If you do not want your PS to ring, you can select the VIBRATION feature, which is
convenient while in a meeting, etc.
• The following procedures are required to utilise a PS:
a) Assign the radio system ID. <[680] Cell Station Number Assignment for Master CS>
b) Reset the system.
c) Register a PS. <[650] PS Registration>
Installation Manual References
• 2.8 System Restart
• 5 DECT Installation
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Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
[020] PS Flexible CO Button Assignment
[109] Expansion Unit Type
[650] PS Registration
[651] PS Termination
[653] PS Extension Name Set
[654] SXDP Assignment
[655] PS Budget Management
[656] PS Charge Verification Assignment
[657] PS Class of Service
[658] PS Extension Group Assignment
[659-660] PS DIL 1:N Extension – Day / Night
[661-662] PS Outgoing Permitted Outside Line Assignment – Day / Night
[663-664] PS Doorphone Ringing Assignment – Day / Night
[665] PS Voice Mail Access Codes
[671] PS Extension Number Set
[672] PS Password Set
[673] CLIP / COLP Number Assignment for PS
[676] PS Incoming Call Display
[680] Cell Station Number Assignment for Master CS
[681] PS Radio System ID Reference
[682] Radio Information Data Clear
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 5 DECT Portable Station
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Super EXtra Device Port (SXDP)
Description
Allows a DECT portable station (PS) to be used in parallel with a proprietary wired (PT) or
single line telephone (SLT). When in the SXDP mode, your PS can make or receive calls as
usual, but can also make calls or receive calls reaching the paired telephone.
Conditions
• This feature can only be set from a PS. The wired telephone can enable or disable this
feature (default: enable). <[654] SXDP Assignment>
• When the parallelled wired telephone receives a call, both the wired telephone and PS will
ring.
• The following types of incoming calls can't be received even if they are received by the
parallelled wired telephone.
Incoming call type
Incoming calls by Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:N; Ring Group;
group
Phantom extension; Doorphone call
Incoming calls by Recall; Timed Reminder;
feature
Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)*;
Whisper OHCA*
If the SXDP is set, the features marked with "*" are not available for both a portable station
and its paired telephone.
• If a PS receives a call by its own extension number, it works as usual.
• Even if one paired telephone is busy, you can still make calls with the other telephone.
• While a PS is not available such as when a Cell Station (CS) is busy, only the other wired
telephone can receive the calls.
Programming Guide References
• [100] Flexible Numbering
• [654] SXDP Assignment
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 5.3.7 Using Your PS in Parallel with the Wired Telephone (Super EXtra Device Ports
[SXDP])
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DECT Portable Station Information for Other Sections
4.2 DECT Portable Station Information for
Other Sections
DECT Portable Station Information for Other
Sections
Description
Most of the features described in other Sections are supported by a system with a DECT
portable station (PS). However the following features are not supported.
PS Not Supported Features
Automatic Redial
Background Music (BGM)
EXtra Device Port (XDP)
Handsfree Operation
– PS is not provided with a built-in speaker
Live Call Screening (LCS)
Log-In/Log-Out
Mute
Off-Hook Monitor
Operator
– As a PS cannot be assigned as an operator, it cannot perform
the operator service features.
Parallelled Telephone
Phantom Extension
Station Hunting
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
The list below describes the information which are required with a PS. For programmes, refer
to the Programming Guide. For PS and PBX Programming, refer to the User Manual.
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DECT Portable Station Information for Section 1, General Features
Section
1.3
System
Features
Title
DECT PS Information
Budget Management
• Programme [655] PS Budget Management is required to
assign the charge limit of a call on a PS basis.
Charge Fee Reference
• The charge fee reference allowed for a PS is determined by
programme [656] PS Charge Verification Assignment.
Class of Service (COS) • Programme [657] PS Class of Service is required for
assigning each PS a Class of Service (COS).
Console
• The console cannot work with a PS.
Door Opener
• Programme [663-664] PS Doorphone Ringing Assignment
– Day / Night is required for assigning each PS to receive a
doorphone call or to open the door.
Extension Group
• The PS extension group can be used with the Group Call
Pickup.
• The PS extension group can be assigned in programme
[658] PS Extension Group Assignment.
Night Service
• PS users cannot confirm the current mode on the display.
• The following programming items may be assigned
differently for the day and night modes.
[659-660] PS DIL 1:N Extension – Day / Night
[661-662] PS Outgoing Permitted Outside Line Assignment
– Day / Night
[663-664] PS Doorphone Ringing Assignment – Day /
Night
Voice Mail Integration
for Digital Proprietary
Telephones
• Live Call Screening (LCS) is not available with a PS.
Voice Mail Integration
for Inband
• A mailbox number can be assigned for each PS in
programme [665] PS Voice Mail Access Codes.
1.5
Attended
Features
Direct In Lines (DIL)
• A PS can be assigned as the DIL 1:N destination. In this
case, programme [659-660] PS DIL 1:N Extension – Day /
Night is required.
• Intercept Routing applies to DIL 1:1. When the line is busy,
the PS is out of range or the PS power switch is OFF.
1.6
Originating
Features
Outside Line
• [661-662] PS Outgoing Permitted Outside Line Assignment
Connection Assignment
– Day / Night is used to determine the outside line which can
– Outgoing
be accessed by a PS.
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DECT Portable Station Information for Section 1, General Features
Section
Title
DECT PS Information
1.8
Ringing
Features
Do Not Disturb (DND)
• "DND" is displayed as notification while on-hook.
• The FWD/DND button can be activated by selecting it on
the display. For details, refer to the "Selecting the Feature
Button on the Display" in the User Manual.
• The FWD/DND button can be assigned on a flexible button.
However, the LED of the flexible button does not work.
1.9
Answering
Features
Hands-free Answerback • This feature allows PS users to answer calls, all or intercom,
without lifting up the PS or pressing any key only when the
user-supplied headset is connected to the PS. If the PS user
receives a call in this mode, a handsfree conversation is
established immediately after the user hears beep tone and
the caller hears a confirmation tone.
PS Programming, "Handsfree Answer Mode Set", is
required to select the answering mode.
1.11
Transferring
Features
Call Forwarding
• "FWD" is displayed as notification while on-hook.
• The FWD/DND button can be activated by selecting it on
the display. For details, refer to the "Selecting the Feature
Button on the Display" in the User Manual.
• The FWD/DND button can be assigned on a flexible button.
However, the LED of the flexible button does not work.
1.12
Conversation
Features
Conference
• The Conference button can be activated by selecting it on
the display. For details, refer to the "Selecting the Feature
Button on the Display" in the User Manual.
• The Conference button can be assigned on a flexible button.
However, the LED of the flexible button does not work.
Doorphone Call
• Programme [663-664] PS Doorphone Ringing Assignment
– Day / Night is required for assigning each PS to receive a
doorphone call or to open the door.
1.13
Paging
Features
Paging
[All / Group]
• PS users can page and answer a page, which is being
announced over a nearby wired proprietary telephone or
external pager. However you cannot be directly paged at the
PS.
1.14
Proprietary
Telephone
Features
Handset / Headset
Selection
• To use a headset with your PS, just connect the usersupplied headset to the PS. Moreover, it is possible to
answer calls without lifting up the PS or pressing any key. In
this case, PS Programming, "Handsfree Answer Mode Set",
is required to select the answering mode.
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DECT Portable Station Information for Other Sections
DECT Portable Station Information for Section 1, General Features
Section
Title
DECT PS Information
1.16
Button
Features
Button, Flexible
• Programme [020] PS Flexible CO Button Assignment is
used to determine the use of the PS flexible buttons.
LED Indication
• The LED indicators of the Flexible CO buttons do not work
while on-hook.
1.17
Display
Features
Message Waiting
• " " is displayed as notification.
• The Message button can be activated by selecting it on the
display. For details, refer to the "Selecting the Feature
Button on the Display" in the User Manual.
• The Message button can be assigned on a flexible button.
However, the LED of the flexible button does not work
DECT Portable Station Information for Section 2, ISDN Features
Section
Title
DECT PS Information
2.3
Originating
Features
Calling Line
Identification
Presentation (CLIP)
• Programme [673] CLIP / COLP Number Assignment for PS
is required to assign the CLIP numbers for each PS.
2.4
Answering
Features
Connected Line
Identification
Presentation (COLP)
• Programme [673] CLIP / COLP Number Assignment for PS
is required to assign the CLIP numbers for each PS.
2.5
Attended
Features
Direct Dialling In
(DDI)
• Programme [151-152] DDI Ringing Assignment – Day /
Night is used to select the destination for a DDI call.
Multiple Subscriber
Numbers (MSN)
Ringing Service
• Programme [448-449] Extension Ringing Assignment –
Day / Night for ISDN is used to assign a PS as MSN
destination for MSN calls.
2.6
Display
Features
Incoming Outside Call
Information Display
• Programme [676] PS Incoming Call Display is used to
select the display type when an incoming call is received.
Conditions
None
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4.3
DECT Portable Station Features
DECT Portable Station Features
PS Call Directory
Description
PS users can store names and/or phone numbers in the directory. A stored number is dialled out
by selecting a name or phone number in the directory.
There are four types of directory features, including one PS directory and three PBX
directories, as follows.
Directory Type
Description
PS Dialling Directory
PS users can make an outside call by selecting privatelyassigned names and phone numbers (100 max.).
PBX System Speed
Dialling Directory
PS users can make a call via the system by selecting systemassigned names and phone numbers (500 max.).
PBX Extension
Dialling Directory
PS users can make a call via the system by selecting systemassigned extension names.
PBX Station Speed
Dialling Directory
PS users can make a call via the system by selecting privatelyassigned names and phone numbers (10 max.).
Conditions
• It is possible to lock the PS Dialling Directory contents.
• It is not possible to edit items in the PBX System Speed Dialling or PBX Extension Dialling
Directories.
Programming Guide References
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
[001] System Speed Dialling Number Set
[002] System Speed Dialling Name Set
[003] Extension Number Set
[004] Extension Name Set
[012] ISDN Extension Number Set
[013] ISDN Extension Name Set
[671] PS Extension Number Set
Features Guide References
None
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DECT Portable Station Features
User Manual References
• 5.3.6 Using the Call Directories
• 5.4.2 PS Programming
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4.3
DECT Portable Station Features
PS Programming
Description
PS users can change the default settings of PS Programming according to their needs.
It may be required to enter a PS Programming password or a DECT System Lock password
when entering the PS Programming mode.
Depending on the password, the number of possible items changes for PS security reasons.
There are three password level as follows.
Level 0: A password is not required.
Level 1: A PS Programming password is required.
Level 2: A DECT System Lock password is required.
After selecting the PS Programming display, "ENTER PASSWORD" may be displayed. If not
displayed, no password is required.
The combination of the passwords are as follows.
If DECT System Lock password is
Disable
Disable
Enable
Enable
If PS Programming password is
Disable
Enable
Disable
Enable
System Lock password
Not
required.
Not
required.
PS Programming password
Not
required.
Level 0 - 2
are possible.
Not
required.
Level 0 - 1
are possible.
Level 0 - 2
are possible.
Level 0 is
possible.
Level 0 - 1
are possible.
Level 0 is
possible.
No password
or
If incorrect password
Level 0 - 2 Level 0 - 2
are possible. are possible.
The programming items and their password levels are as follows.
Password level
Features Guide
Programming Item
0
Keypad Backlight Mode Set
0
Key Tone Set
0
Ringer Pattern Selection
0
Vibration and Ring Type Selection
0
Display Language Selection
1
Directory Lock Control
0
Quick Answering Mode Set
0
Automatic Answering Mode Set
0
Automatic Answer Delay Selection
2
DECT System Selection*1 *3
0
Standby Display Selection*2
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Password level
Programming Item
0
Date / Time Display Selection*2
1
Memory Clear
2
PS Registration Cancellation*3
0
Guidance Menu Set
1
PS Programming Password Set
2
DECT System Lock Password Set
*1 : Only displayed when more than two DECT Systems are connected.
*2 : Only displayed when registered to a Panasonic Digital Super Hybrid System and "
is displayed.
"
*3 : Only displayed when registered to a Panasonic Digital Super Hybrid System.
Conditions
• The PS Programming password is programmed in PS Programming, and the DECT System
Lock password is programmed in the initial PS registration or in PS Programming.
• It is also possible to enter into the proprietary wired telephone programming mode and
programme several items for your PS (PBX Programming).
Programming Guide References
• [650] PS Registration
Features Guide References
None
User Manual References
• 5.4 Customising Your PS
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Tone / Ring Tone
Tone / Ring Tone
223
<Tone>
1s
Confirmation Tone 1
Confirmation Tone 2
Confirmation Tone 3
Confirmation Tone 4
Dial Tone 1
Dial Tone 2
Dial Tone 3
Dial Tone 4
Busy Tone
Reorder Tone
Ringback Tone 1
Ringback Tone 2
Do Not Disturb (DND)
Tone
Outside-to-Outside Line
Call Limit Warning Tone
Live Call Screening
(LCS) Alert Tone
224
Tone / Ring Tone
15 s
<Tone>
Hold Alarm
Call Waiting Tone 1
(outside/intercom)
5s
Call Waiting Tone 2
(outside)
Call Waiting Tone 2
(intercom)
<Ring Tone>
5s
Outside Calls /
Outside Call Hold Recall
Intercom Calls /
Intercom Hold Recall
Doorphone Calls /
Timed Reminder
Callback Ringing
(Camp-on Recall)
Tone / Ring Tone
225
226
Tone / Ring Tone
Index
Section 6
Index
227
Index
A
AA hunting
117
AA Service
52, 55
Absent Message Capability 169
Account button
161
Account Code Entry
17, 100
Account Code Entry, Option mode
17
Account Code Entry, Verified-All Calls
17
Account Code Entry, Verified-Toll Restriction
Override
17
Alert button
161
Alternate Calling – Ring / Voice
73
ANSWER button 22, 23, 165
Answering Features
120, 189
ARS (Automatic Route Selection)
75, 186
ARS Override
80
ARS with DTMF
186
Attended Features
59, 191
Audible Tone Features
153
AUTO ANSWER / MUTE button
165
AUTO DIAL / STORE button 165
Automated Attendant (AA) Service
52, 55
Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On) 74
Automatic Configuration – Quick Setup 50
Automatic Day / Night Mode Switch 36
Automatic Line Access
89, 92
Automatic Pause Insertion
107
Automatic Privacy
143
Automatic Redial
110
Automatic Route Selection (ARS)
75, 186
Automatic Station Release 104
Automatic Time Adjustment
179
B
Background Music (BGM) 146
Background Music (BGM) – External
146
BGM (Background Music) 146
BLF (Busy Lamp Field)
22, 85
BSS (Busy Station Signalling)
81, 88
Budget Management
19, 185, 216
Busy Lamp Field (BLF)
22, 85
Busy Station Signalling (BSS)
81, 88
Busy tone
85
Button Features
161
Button, Flexible
161, 186, 218
Buttons on Proprietary Telephones and
Consoles
163
C
Call Blocking Mode
157
Call Directory
170
Call Directory for PS
219
Call Forwarding 129, 186, 217
Call Forwarding to VM
52
Call Forwarding – All Calls
129
Call Forwarding – Busy
129
Call Forwarding – Busy / No Answer
Call Forwarding – Follow Me
129
Call Forwarding – No Answer 129
228
129
Call Forwarding – To Outside Line
129
Call Hold
125
Call Hold, Exclusive
125
Call Information Display
197, 218
Call Log Lock Control, Incoming 195
Call Log, Incoming
195
Call Log, Outgoing 171
Call Park
127
Call Pickup 120
Call Pickup Deny
120
Call Pickup, Directed
120
Call Pickup, Group
25, 120
Call Pickup, Outside
120
Call Splitting
128
Call Transfer
132
Call Transfer, Screened – to Extension
132
Call Transfer, Screened – to Outside Line
132
Call Transfer, Unscreened – to Extension
132
Call Waiting
81, 88, 102, 114
Call waiting tone
114
Calling Line Identification Presentation
(CLIP) 187, 195, 218
Calling Line Identification Restriction
(CLIR) 188
Camp-On (Automatic Callback Busy)
74
Camp-On Transfer
133
Charge
20
Charge Fee Reference
20, 185, 216
Charge verification ID
20
Check-In / Check-Out
31
Circular hunting
117
Class of Service (COS)
21, 185, 216
Clear, Station Programme
150
CLIP (Calling Line Identification
Presentation)
187, 195, 218
CLIR (Calling Line Identification
Restriction)
188
CO button
165
COLP (Connected Line Identification
Presentation)
189, 218
COLR (Connected Line Identification
Restriction)
190
CONF button
165
Conference
135, 217
Conference button
161
Conference, Unattended
135
Confirmation Tone
85, 153
Connected Line Identification Presentation
(COLP)
189, 218
Connected Line Identification Restriction
(COLR)
190
Console
22, 216
Consultation Hold 132, 139
Conversation Features
135
COS (Class of Service)
21, 185, 216
D
Data Line Security
137
Index
Day / Night Mode Switch 36
DDI (Direct Dialling In) 178, 191, 218
DECT Portable Station Features
211, 219
DECT Portable Station Information for Other
Sections
215
DECT System Lock password
221
Delayed Ringing
59
Denied Code Tables
94
Deny, Call Pickup
120
Deny, Executive Busy Override
84
Dial Tone, Distinctive
155
Dial Type Selection
157
Dialling Features
104
Digital Wireless Connection
212
DIL (Direct In Lines)
59, 216
Direct Dialling In (DDI) 178, 191, 218
Direct In Lines (DIL)
59, 216
Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
61
Direct Line Access
89
Direct Station Selection (DSS) button 22, 161
Directed Call Pickup
120
DISA (Direct Inward System Access)
61
DISA Built-in Automated Attendant
63
DISA built-in automated attendant number 63
DISA message
39, 61
DISA security mode 61
DISA user code
61, 63
Display Features
169, 195
Display Message
172
Distinctive Dial Tone
155
DND (Do Not Disturb)
115, 217
DND Override
115
DND tone
85
Do Not Disturb (DND)
115, 217
Do Not Disturb Override
115
Door Opener
24, 216
Doorphone Call
138, 217
DSS (Direct Station Selection) button
22, 165
DSS button 22, 161, 165
DTMF (Dual Tone Multi-Frequency) Mode
157
E
E&M (TIE) Line Service
200
E&M Features
199
Electronic Station Lockout
82
Emergency Call
83
Emergency numbers
100
Excepted Code Tables
94
Exclusive Call Hold
125
Executive Busy Override
84
Executive Busy Override Deny
84
Extension Dialling Directory
170
Extension Group
25, 216
External Background Music (BGM)
146
External Feature Access
139
External pager
66, 144, 146
External Paging 144
EXtra Device Port (XDP)
12
F
Fault Recovery/Diagnostic
57
Flash 26, 140
FLASH button 26, 140, 165
Flashing light patterns
168
Flexible Button
161, 186, 218
Flexible CO button
165
Flexible Numbering 27
Floating Numbers (FN) 28
Floating Station 28, 185
FN (Floating Numbers) 28
Follow On ID
52, 55
Full One-Touch Dialling
105
Function button
165
FWD / DND button
161, 165
G
G-CO button 89, 161
General Features
11
Group Call Pickup
25, 120
Group Paging
25, 144, 217
Group, Extension
25, 216
Group, Outside Line
41
Group, Ring 65
Group, Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
Group-CO (G-CO) button
89, 161
68
H
Handset / Headset Selection
148, 217
Handset Mute 149
Hands-free Answerback
122, 217
Hands-free Operation
141
Headset
148, 217
Hold 125
HOLD button
165
Hold Recall
125
Hold, Exclusive
125
Holding Features
125
Host PBX Access
30, 100
Hot Line
108
Hotel Application
31
Hotel Application, Check-In / Check-Out
31
Hotel Application, Remote Timed Reminder
(Wake-Up Call)
31
Hunting type, Automated Attendant (AA)
117
Hunting type, Circular
117
Hunting type, Ring Group 117
Hunting type, Termination
117
Hunting type, Uniform Call Distribution
(UCD) 117
Hunting type, Voice Mail (VM) 117
I
Idle Line Preference, Outgoing 86
Incoming Call Log
195
Incoming Call Log Lock Control
195
Incoming Line Preference (No Line / Prime Line /
Ringing Line)
123
Incoming Outside Call Information Display
197,
229
Index
218
Individual Line Access
89
Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)
178
Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)
Extension 182
Intercept Routing 134, 186
Intercept Routing to VM
53
Intercept Routing – No Answer (IRNA)
53, 134
Intercom Alert Assignment
73
INTERCOM button
165
Intercom Calling
85
IRNA (Intercept Routing – No Answer)
53, 134
ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network)
178
ISDN configuration, Point-to-multi-point
178,
182
ISDN configuration, Point-to-point
178
ISDN Extension 182
ISDN Features
177
ISDN Information for Other Sections
185
ISDN Service Access
179
ISDN Service button
179, 186
J
Jog Dial
165
L
Last Number Redial
110
L-CO button
89, 161
LCS (Live Call Screening) 50
LCS button
50, 51, 161
LCS Cancel button
51, 161
Least expensive route
75
LED Indication
167, 186, 218
Line Preference – Incoming (No Line / Prime Line
/ Ringing Line)
123
Line Preference – Outgoing (Idle Line / No Line /
Prime Line) 86
Live Call Screeing Password Control
51
Live Call Screening (LCS) 50
Live Call Screening (LCS) button
50, 51, 161
Live Call Screening (LCS) Cancel button 51,
161
Live call Screening Mode Set
50
Log-In / Log-Out
116
Log-In / Log-Out button
116, 161
Loop-CO (L-CO) button
89, 161
M
Making a TIE Call
200
Manager Extension
35
Manual Day / Night Mode Switch
MESSAGE button 165, 174
Message Waiting
31, 174, 218
Message Waiting button
161
Message waiting lamp
174
Meter
20
Microphone Mute
149
MODE button
165
Modem
14
230
36
MONITOR button
165
MSN (Multiple Subscriber Numbers)
178, 182,
193
MSN Ringing Service
193, 218
Multiple Subscriber Numbers (MSN)
178, 182,
193
Multiple Subscriber Numbers (MSN) Ringing
Service
193, 218
Music on Hold
125, 132
Mute
149
Mute, Handset
149
Mute, Microphone
149
N
Night button
36, 161
Night Service
36, 185, 216
No Line Preference, Incoming
No Line Preference, Outgoing
123
86
O
Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA) 81, 88,
102
Off-Hook Monitor 142
OGM (Outgoing Message)
39
OGM Timed Reminder message
39
OGM, DISA message 39
OGM, UCD message
39
OHCA (Off-Hook Call Announcement) 81, 88,
102
One-Touch Dialling
105, 106
One-Touch Dialling button
106, 162
One-Touch Transfer by DSS Button
132
On-Site Programming 14
Operator 38
Operator Call
38
Option mode 17
Originating Features
73, 187
Outgoing Call Log
171
Outgoing Line Preference (Idle Line / No Line /
Prime Line) 86
Outgoing Message (OGM)
39
Outside Call Pickup 120
Outside Line Access
89
Outside Line Access, Automatic
89, 92
Outside Line Access, Direct
89
Outside Line Access, Individual
89
Outside Line Access, Outside Line Group
89
Outside Line Connection Assignment
92
Outside Line Connection Assignment –
Outgoing
93, 186, 216
Outside Line Group
41
Outside Line Group Access
89
Outside-to-TIE Transfer
201
P
Paging
144, 217
Paging and Transfer
144
Paging Features
144
Paging – All
144, 217
Index
Paging – External
144
Paging – Group 25, 144, 217
Parallelled Telephone
42
PAUSE button 165
Pause Insertion, Automatic
107
PBX Code
200
PBX Extension Dialling Directory
219
PBX Programming
222
PBX Station Speed Dialling Directory
219
PBX System Speed Dialling Directory 219
Personal Computer
14
PF (Programmable Feature) button 22, 23, 165
Phantom Extension
44, 186
Phantom Extension button
44, 161
Pickup Dialling
108
Point-to-multi-point configuration 178, 182
Point-to-point configuration
178
Power Failure Restart
57
Power Failure Transfer 58
Preferred Line Assignment – Incoming 123
Preferred Line Assignment – Outgoing
86
Prime Line Preference, Incoming
123
Prime Line Preference, Outgoing 86
Privacy Release
143
Privacy, Automatic
143
PROGRAM button
165
Proprietary Telephone Features
146
PS Call Directory
219
PS Dialling Directory 219
PS Not Supported Features
215
PS Programming 221
PS Programming password
221
Pulse Dial (Rotary) Mode
157
Pulse to Tone Conversion
157
Q
Quick Dialling
31, 109
R
Redial
110
REDIAL button
165
Redial, Automatic
110
Redial, Last Number
110
Redial, Saved Number 110
RELEASE button
22, 23, 165
Remote Programming
14
Remote Station Lock Control
31, 82
Remote Timed Reminder (Wake-Up Call) 31
Rerouting
134
Ring Group
65, 186
Ring Group hunting
117
Ringback tone
85
Ring-Calling
73
Ringing Features
114
Ringing Line Preference, Incoming 123
Ringing Tone Selection for CO Buttons
159
Ringing, Delayed
59
Ringing, Discriminating
160
S
SAVE button
162, 165
Saved Number Redial
110
S-CO button 89, 161
Screened Call Transfer – to Extension
132
Screened Call Transfer – to Outside Line
132
Secret Dialling
106, 112, 113
SELECT button
166
Self-jack number
172
Serial Interface (RS-232C) port
14
SHIFT button
166
Single-CO (S-CO) button
89, 161
SMDR (Station Message Detail Recording)
46,
186
SMDR for Hotel Application
48
SMDR for Timed Reminder 33
SMDR, Acc Code (Account Code) 48
SMDR, CD (Condition Code) 48
SMDR, CO (Outside line) 48
SMDR, Cost
48
SMDR, Date
47
SMDR, Dial Number
48, 186
SMDR, Duration
48
SMDR, Ext (Extension)
48
SMDR, Time
48
Soft button
166
SP-PHONE button
166
Station Hunting
117
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR)
46,
186
Station Programme Clear
150
Station Programming
151
Station Programming Data Defaut Set
151
Station Speed Dialling 112
Station Speed Dialling Directory 170
Super EXtra Device Port (SXDP) 214
Switching the Day / Night Mode
36
SXDP (Super EXtra Device Port) 214
System Administration 14
System Connection
13
System Expansion
12, 178, 200, 212
System Feature Access Menu
176
System Features
17
System manager
35
System Programming and Diagnosis with Personal
Computer
14, 185
System Programming with Proprietary
Telephone
16
System Speed Dialling 100, 113
System Speed Dialling Directory
170
T
TAFAS (Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any
Station)
66
Termination hunting
117
Three-party conference call
84, 135
TIE Call Dialling Method
204
TIE Line and Outside Line Connection
201
231
Index
TIE Line Routing Table
203
TIE Line Service
200
TIE-to-Outside Transfer
202
Timed Reminder
119
Timed Reminder message
39
Timed Reminder, Remote (Wake-Up Call) 31
Toll Restriction
94
Toll Restriction for Host PBX Access
100
Toll Restriction Override by Account Code
Entry 100
Toll Restriction Override for System Speed
Dialling 100, 113
Transfer
132
TRANSFER button
166
Transfer Recall
133
Transferring Features
129
TRS Denied Code Tables
94
TRS Excepted Code Tables
94
Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station
(TAFAS) 66
Two-Way Record button
50, 51, 161
Two-Way Recording into Voice Mail
50
Two-Way Transfer button 50, 51, 161
U
UCD (Uniform Call Distribution)
68, 186
UCD group
68
UCD hunting 117
UCD message
39
UCD Time Table
68, 69
Unattended Conference
135
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
68, 186
Unscreened Call Transfer – to Extension
132
User Programming
16
V
Verified-All Calls mode
17
Verified-Toll Restriction Override mode
17
VM hunting
117
VM Service
52
Voice announcement
144
VOICE CALL / MUTE button 166
Voice Mail (VM) Service
52
Voice Mail Integration for Digital Proprietary
Telephones
50, 216
Voice Mail Integration for Inband 52, 216
Voice Mail Transfer button
162
Voice message
39, 119
Voice Processing System (VPS)
50, 52
Voice-Calling
73
VOLUME button
166
VPS (Voice Processing System)
50, 52
W
Wake-Up Call (Remote Timed Reminder)
Whisper OHCA
81, 88, 102
X
XDP (EXtra Device Port)
232
12
31
Index
233
This PBX fulfills the requirements of following European regulations:
73/23/EEC
89/336/EEC
92/31/EEC
93/68/EEC
Low Voltage Directive
Electromagnetic compatibility (Basic EMC Publication)
Electromagnetic compatibility (Supplement)
CE mark
For above mentioned standards the unit is signed with the CE-mark.
Warning
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause
radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate
measures.
Copyright:
This manual is copyrighted by Kyushu Matsushita Electric Co., Ltd. (KME).
Under the copyright laws, this manual may not be reproduced in any form, in whole or part,
without the prior written consent of KME.
Kyushu Matsushita Electric Co., Ltd. 1999
Kyushu Matsushita Electric Co., Ltd.
1-62, 4-chome, Minoshima, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka 812-8531, Japan
Printed in Japan
PSQX1998ZA KS0100MT0
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