Algo 8028 Installation Instructions

Algo 8028 Installation Instructions
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Algo 8028
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August 19, 2015
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Contents
Chapter 1: Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone....................................................................5
Description............................................................................................................................................................ 6
Door Box, Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone.....................................................................................................6
Programming....................................................................................................................................................... 11
Programming the Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone........................................................................................ 11
Operation............................................................................................................................................................. 17
Door Box, Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone...................................................................................................17
Chapter 2: Program 1000...................................................................................... 19
Configuration.......................................................................................................................................................20
1114: Door Chimes.................................................................................................................................20
Timers..................................................................................................................................................................22
1605: Control Timers..............................................................................................................................22
VoIP Profile........................................................................................................................................................ 23
1815: DTMF........................................................................................................................................... 23
Chapter 3: Program 2000...................................................................................... 25
Configuration.......................................................................................................................................................26
2101: Station Type..................................................................................................................................26
2106: VoIP.............................................................................................................................................. 28
2113: Groups...........................................................................................................................................28
Department Groups............................................................................................................................................. 30
2301: Group Identification..................................................................................................................... 30
Chapter
1
Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone
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Description
Door Box, Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone
Use the Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone when a SIP Door Box is the right solution for
monitoring an entrance door.
Requires software version 3.43 or higher.
Description
The Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone is a SIP-based Door Box used to monitor an entrance door and is an alternative to
the traditional analog DSX Door Box (P/N 922450). The 8028 consists of a Door Station (Door Box), a Control
Unit, and a Power Supply. Just as with the analog DSX Door Box, a visitor at the door presses the doorphone
call button (like a door bell) to send chime tones or ringing to all extensions programmed to receive them. To
answer the chime or ringing, the called DSX extension user just lifts the handset. This lets the extension user talk
to the visitor at the doorphone. The doorphone is convenient to have at a delivery entrance, for example. Company
personnel don't have to monitor the delivery entrance; they just answer the doorphone instead.
The Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone installs as a VoIP extension programmed as a Door Box. It requires the
installation of a VoIP Daughter Board (VOIPDB). The VOIPDB (P/N 1091044) provides 8 maximum VoIP
gateway ports on DSX-40; 16 maximum on DSX-80/160. Available gateway ports may be restricted by licensing.
Note: The 8028 SIP Doorphone Installation and User Guide is an important companion document to the
doorphone. Be sure you have read this manual before attempting to install the doorphone on DSX.
8028 SIP Doorphone Relays
The 8028 Control Unit offers a flexible relay configuration for controlling an auxiliary device such as an electric
door strike. Any keyset extension that receives doorphone chimes or ringing can operate an 8028 Control Unit
relay. Relay features include:
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Fail Locked (Fail Secure) electric door strike control. These types of strikes remain locked during a power
failure.
Fail Unlocked (Fail Safe) electric door strike control. These strikes are unlocked during a power failure.
Dry or wet relay contact applications.
In a dry application, relay contacts are unpowered and only provide contact closure to the connected
device.
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In a wet application, relay contacts are powered by the built-in 24 VDC/300mA auxiliary power supply or
by a customer-provided auxiliary supply. In these applications, it is required that current flow through the
contacts to the connected device for proper operation.
The maximum capacity of the 8028 Control Unit relays is [email protected] VDC.
Push to activate with timed deactivation. A keyset user presses a soft key to activate the relay, and the relay
automatically deactivates after a programmed interval.
Push to activate with push to deactivate operation. A keyset user presses a soft key to activate the relay, and
then presses another soft key to deactivate it.
The equipment you connect to a control relay must be compatible with the applications and relay specifications
stated in the 8028 SIP Doorphone Installation and User Guide.
8028 SIP Doorphone Alerts
The DSX system uses Ring Groups to control doorphone alerts. When a visitor at the door presses the doorphone
call button, the doorphone will alert (chime or ring) all the extensions in the Ring Group to which the doorphone
belongs. For example, if doorphone 402 and extensions 301 and 302 are in Ring Group 1, pressing the call button
alerts 301 and 302.
If the DSX keyset being chimed or rang has a backlit display, the backlight will turn on when the chime begins.
During the chime, the keyset display will show: Chime from xxx (xxx = the doorphone extension number or
name) to indicate which doorphone is calling. If the chime or ring is unanswered, the backlight will remain on for
the 1605-06: Door Alert Timer [System: Timers: Features: Control (1605): Door Alerting] on page 22 Door
Alert interval. See Programming for this Feature for more on the Door Alert interval.
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8028 SIP Doorphone Connections
Basic Connections
Using the diagram above and your 8028 SIP Doorphone Installation and User Guide as references, connect the
doorphone as follows:
1. Using a suitable length of 24AWG twisted pair cable, connect the red and green terminals on the supplied
modular jack to the CTRL terminals on the Door Station. Polarity doesn't matter.
2. Using the supplied 6-Wire Modular Cable, connect the station jack on the modular jack to the station jack on
the 8028 Control Unit.
3. Connect the Control Unit to the DSX LAN.
• Connect one end of a CAT5 Ethernet cable to an available switch port on the DSX LAN.
• Connect the other end of cable to the Ethernet jack on the 8028 Control Unit.
4. Plug the power supply input cable into the power input jack on the back of the Control Unit.
5. Plug the power supply power cord into a suitable 120VAC receptacle.
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Verify the 8028 Control Unit Front Panel LEDs
After about 30 seconds, verify the Control Unit front panel LEDs. The LEDs will be different after you program
the doorphone and the DSX.
Power: On steady then blinks off briefly every 2 seconds.
Telephone: Off.
Door Station: On steady.
Lock: Off
Get the 8028 Control Unit IP Address
You must have the 8028 Control Unit IP address in order to program the unit. If the 8028 Control Unit was at
default when you plugged it in, you can have the unit speak the IP address (obtained via DHCP from the DSX
LAN) by pressing the doorphone call button. If not, you can do one of the following:
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Default the 8028 Control Unit following the instructions in the 8028 SIP Doorphone Installation and User
Guide.
Download the 8028 Locator Tool from http://www.algosolutions.com/8028locator. It will scan your LAN and
identify each 8028 Control Unit installed.
Review the site's router log. To help with identification, the MAC address for the 8028 Control Unit is printed
on a label affixed to the bottom of the unit.
Conditions and Defaults
Conditions
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None
Default Setting
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No SIP doorphones are enabled in programming.
Other Related Features
Features
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Call Coverage Keys
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Set up a Call Coverage key for the doorphone Ring Group to monitor Ring Group Ringing from the
doorphone. This allows extensions that are not members of the Ring Group to answer ringing doorphone
calls. After answering, extensions with Call Coverage keys to the doorphone Ring Group can also activate
the relay. Call Coverage keys do not work with doorphone chimes.
Call Forwarding
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• An extension user cannot forward a call to a doorphone.
Hotline
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Set up a Hotline key for the doorphone extension number to (1) call the doorphone and (2) provide a
doorphone BLF. The Hotline key cannot answer doorphone calls.
Message Waiting
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An extension user cannot leave a Message Waiting at a doorphone.
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Paging
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Door Box chimes 1-3 can broadcast over the External Paging speakers. An extension user can press
INTERCOM and dial * 0 to answer the chimes and use their soft keys to control the associated relay.
Single Line Telephones
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Single line telephones can only receive Door Chime type 0 (normal ring). While connected to the
doorphone, an SLT can hookflash to control the 8028 Control Unit relay.
Transfer
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An extension user cannot Transfer a call to a doorphone.
IntraMail Features
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None.
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Programming
Programming the Algo 8028 SIP
Doorphone
Algo 8028 Startup Programming
1. Open the Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone Control Panel in a web browser.
1. In the browser address line, enter the IP Address of the 8028 Control Unit you obtained during initial setup.
See Get the 8028 Control Unit IP Address on page 9 for more. You'll see the Control Panel opening screen:
2. Enter the password (default is algo) and click Login. You'll see the Basic Settings: SIP screen:
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3. Enter the following in the SIP screen and click Save when you are done:
a) SIP Domain: The IP address of the DSX.
b) Extension: The IP extension number of the doorphone (e.g., 401).
c) Authentication ID: Same as above (the IP extension number of the doorphone).
d) Authentication Password: The password for the IP extension number as entered in the DSX. See 2106-02:
Password [Stations: Config: Setup: VoIP: Password] on page 28 for more.
e) Dialing Extension: 301 (This required entry can be any extension since the entry is ignored by the DSX.)
4. Click Basic Settings: Door Relay to access the Door Relay screen. You see::
5. Make a note of the following entries on this screen. You may have to return to it later on.
a) Momentary Open Code (6 by default)
b) Latch Open Code (no default entry)
c) Latch Closed Code (no default entry)
6. Click Logout to log out of the Control Panel and return to the opening screen.
2. In DSX programming, set the circuit type, password, and DTMF Type for the doorphone IP
extension.
1. 2101-01: Station Type [Stations: Config: Setup: Type (2101): Type] on page 26
The doorphone circuit type is 10, the same as the traditional analog doorbox.
2. 2106-02: Password [Stations: Config: Setup: VoIP: Password] on page 28
Enter the same password you entered above in the Algo Authentication Password option.
Option
Description
Password
Extension password, up to 24 characters.
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See the Name Programming Chart for more.
3. 1815-01: DTMF Type [System: VoIP: Profile (1-4): Payload Types (1815): DTMF Type] on page 23
With the default DTMF Type (RFC 2833), there is a short burst of muted DTMF when the user
presses the Open and Close soft keys. If this is objectionable, change the DTMF Type to SIP INFO.
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Option
Description
00
Relay (RFC 2833) [Default]
01
Inband
02
SIP (SIP INFO)
4. Verify the Algo 8028 Control Unit LEDs
Power: On steady then blinks off briefly every 2 seconds.
Telephone: On steady then blinks off briefly every 2
seconds.
Door Station: On steady.
Lock: Off
3. In DSX programming, use Ring Groups to set which extensions ring for calls from the
doorphone.
1. 2113-02: Department Group [Stations: Config: Options: Groups (2113): Department Group] on page 28
Put the doorphone extension and the extensions that should receive chimes into the same Department
Group.
Option
Description
0
[Default] No Department Group assigned.
1-30
Department Groups 1-30
2. 2301-03: Department Group Type [Stations: Department Groups: Setup: Identification (2301): Group Type]
on page 30
Be sure the Department Group you selected above is set up as a Ring Group.
Option
Description
0
None
1
[Default] Ring Group
2
UCD Group
4. In DSX Programming, set the chime pattern for each doorphone.
1. 2101-04: Door Chime Selection [Stations: Config: Setup: Type (2101): Door Chime] on page 26
Set the chime pattern for the doorphone extension.
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Option
Description
0
[Default] Normal Ring Group ringing.
1
Low pitch chime pattern.
2
Mid range pitch chime pattern.
3
High pitch chime pattern.
2. 1605-06: Door Alert Timer [System: Timers: Features: Control (1605): Door Alerting] on page 22
Set the length of time the doorphone will remain active after a visitor at the door presses the
doorphone Call button.
Option
Description
0-9999
Door Alert Time (in seconds). [Default] 30.
3. Optionally set up Door Box Distinctive Ringing.
a) 1114-01: Chime 1 Tone [System: Config: Tones: Door Chimes (1114): Chime 1 Tone] on page 20
b) 1114-01: Chime 2 Tone [System: Config: Tones: Door Chimes (1114): Chime 2 Tone] on page 20
c) 1114-01: Chime 3 Tone [System: Config: Tones: Door Chimes (1114): Chime 3 Tone] on page 20
To make it easier for users to determine which doorphone is ringing, each of the standard Door Box
chimes can be set to ring one, two, or three times.
Option
Description
Single
Chime rings once.
Double
Chime rings twice.
Triple
Chime rings three times.
4. More on Chime 0 Operation:
a) Chime 0 rings for the 1605-06: Door Alert Timer [System: Timers: Features: Control (1605): Door
Alerting] on page 22 interval and then cancels.
b) An extension user can answer the doorphone call any time while it is ringing.
c) The doorphone user can press the call button again any time after ringing stops, or if an extension user
answers their call and then hangs up.
d) The doorphone user cannot hang up (disconnect) their call.
5. More on Chime 1-3 Operation:
a) Chimes 1-3 ring for the 1605-06: Door Alert Timer [System: Timers: Features: Control (1605): Door
Alerting] on page 22 interval and then stop.
b) An extension user can answer the Door Box any time during the chimes.
c) The Door Box user can press the call button again any time after the chime stops, or if an extension user
answers their call and then hangs up.
d) The Door Box user cannot hang up (disconnect) their call.
Setting up the Doorphone Relays
1. Review the relay operation options.
1. Review the Algo Control Panel Basic Settings: Door Relay options.
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DSX can send DTMF tones to the Algo doorphone to control the 8028 Control Unit relay. The relay
can operate with:
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Timed Activation, where the DSX user presses a soft key to activate the relay and the relay
automatically deactivates after a preset interval.
Push to Activate and Deactivate, where DSX soft keys control the activating and deactivating of
the relay.
2. Go to Option 1 or Option 2 below to set the relay operating mode.
Option 1. Set up the Algo 8028 for Timed Activation relay mode.
1. In the Algo 8028 Control Panel, go to Basic Settings: Door Relay: Door Relay Settings.
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Enter a valid DTMF digit for Momentary Open Code The Algo 8028 default is 6.
Check the Duration setting for compatibility with your application.
2. 2101-06: Door Control [Stations: Config: Setup: Type (2101): Door Control] on page 27
Set the Door Control to 3 (Dial Code).
Option
Description
0
[Default] None.
1
CPU Relay 1 (DSX40-1)
2
CPU Relay 2 (DSX40-2)
3
Dial Code
3. 2101-07: Open Code [Stations: Config: Setup: Type (2101): Open Code] on page 27
Enter the same DTMF digit you entered in the Algo 8028 for Momentary Open Code.
Option
Description
0-9, # and *
DTMF digit. [Default] no entry.
4. 2101-08: Close Code [Stations: Config: Setup: Type (2101): Close Code] on page 28
Leave this entry blank.
Option
Description
0-9, # and *
DTMF digit. [Default] no entry.
Option 2. Set up the Algo 8028 for Push to Activate/Deactivate relay mode.
1. In the Algo 8028 Control Panel, go to Basic Settings: Door Relay: Door Relay Settings.
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Enter a valid unique DTMF digit for Latch Open Code (e.g., 5).
Enter a valid unique DTMF digit for Latch Closed Code (e.g., 4).
2. 2101-07: Open Code [Stations: Config: Setup: Type (2101): Open Code] on page 27
Enter the same DTMF digit you entered in the Algo 8028 for Latch Open Code (e.g., 5).
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Option
Description
0-9, # and *
DTMF digit. [Default] no entry.
3. 2101-08: Close Code [Stations: Config: Setup: Type (2101): Close Code] on page 28
Enter the same DTMF digit you entered in the Algo 8028 for Latch Closed Code (e.g., 4).
Option
Description
0-9, # and *
DTMF digit. [Default] no entry.
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Operation
Door Box, Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone
Calling to and from the Doorphone
To place a call from the Doorphone:
1. Press the Doorphone call button.
2. When someone inside the building answers your call, speak toward the Doorphone.
a) Once you press the call button, you can not control the call. You must wait for someone to answer.
To place a call to the Doorphone:
1. Lift handset and press INTERCOM.
2. Dial the Doorphone extension number.
a) You hear two beeps, then conversation with the visitor at the door.
To answer Doorphone chimes or ringing:
1. Lift the handset.
2. Talk to the visitor at the door.
Remotely Controlling the Door
To activate the relay in the Doorphone (which in turn controls the door strike):
1. Place or answer a Doorphone call.
2. Do one of the following:
a) Push Open to open the door (if closed).
b) If the relay does not deactivate automatically, push Close.
Chapter
2
Program 1000
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Configuration
1114: Door Chimes
1114-01: Chime 1 Tone [System: > Config: > Tones: > Door Chimes (1114): > Chime 1 Tone]
Available in software versions 3.43 and higher.
To make it easier for users to determine which Door Box is ringing, program chime 1 to ring one, two, or three
times.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
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Door Box
Door Box, Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone on page 6
IntraMail Features
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None
Program Options
Single
Single chime 1 sound
Double
Double chime 1 sound
Triple
[Default] Triple chime 1 sound
1114-01: Chime 2 Tone [System: > Config: > Tones: > Door Chimes (1114): > Chime 2 Tone]
Available in software versions 3.43 and higher.
To make it easier for users to determine which Door Box is ringing, program chime 2 to ring one, two, or three
times.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
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Door Box
Door Box, Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone on page 6
IntraMail Features
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None
Program Options
Single
Single chime 2 sound
Double
Double chime 2 sound
Triple
[Default] Triple chime 2 sound
1114-01: Chime 3 Tone [System: > Config: > Tones: > Door Chimes (1114): > Chime 3 Tone]
Available in software versions 3.43 and higher.
To make it easier for users to determine which Door Box is ringing, program chime 3 to ring one, two, or three
times.
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Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
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•
Door Box
Door Box, Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone on page 6
IntraMail Features
•
None
Program Options
Single
Single chime 3 sound
Double
Double chime 3 sound
Triple
[Default] Triple chime 3 sound
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Timers
1605: Control Timers
1605-06: Door Alert Timer [System: > Timers: > Features: > Control (1605): > Door Alerting]
Available in software versions 3.43 and higher.
The Door Alerting Timer is the length of time a Door Box will remain active after a visitor at the door presses the
Call button (1-9999 seconds). An extension receiving the Door Box chime or ring can lift the handset anytime
during the Door Alert Time to connect to the Door Box.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
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•
Door Box
Door Box, Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone on page 6
IntraMail Features
•
None
Program Options
0-9999
Door Box Alert Time (seconds). [Default] = 30.
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VoIP Profile
1815: DTMF
1815-01: DTMF Type [System: > VoIP: > Profile (1-4): > Payload Types (1815): > DTMF Type]
DTMF Type sets the delivery method for DTMF for all SIP devices using the profile. There are three options:
Relay (RFC 2833): DTMF is relayed out-of-band (i.e., outside the audio stream) inside specially marked
events in RTP packets. The packet contains details on the tone type, the tone gain, and the tone duration.
In-band: DTMF tones are delivered within the audio stream.
SIP Info: DTMF is relayed out-of-band using the SIP protocol (SIP INFO packets) and is independent of RTP
or the audio stream.
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•
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
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•
Door Box, Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone on page 6
VoIP Extensions
IntraMail Features
•
None.
Program Options
00
[Default] Relay (RFC 2833)
01
Inband
02
SIP (SIP INFO)
Chapter
3
Program 2000
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Configuration
2101: Station Type
2101-01: Station Type [Stations: > Config: > Setup: > Type (2101): > Type]
Use this option to assign circuit type to station devices. All circuit types should auto-ID when the station device is
plugged in.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
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•
•
Direct Station Selection (DSS) Console
Door Box, Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone on page 6
Station Key Telephones
IntraMail Features
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None
Program Options
00
Undefined
01
DSX 22-Button
02
DSX 34-Button
03
DSX Super Display
04
DS 22 Button Non-display
06
DS 34 Button
07
DS Super Display
08
Cordless Telephone
09
Single Line Telephone
10
Analog Door Box
11
DS 2-OPX Module
Default Setting
•
Telephones auto-ID when the station is plugged in.
2101-04: Door Chime Selection [Stations: > Config: > Setup: > Type (2101): > Door Chime]
If the extension is a Door Box, use this option to select the door chime type.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
•
•
Door Box
Door Box, Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone on page 6
Paging
IntraMail Features
•
None
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Program Options
0
Normal Ring Group ringing (Default)
1
Chime 1 (low pitch)
2
Chime 2 (mid range pitch)
3
Chime 3 (high pitch)
2101-06: Door Control [Stations: > Config: > Setup: > Type (2101): > Door Control]
Option renamed Door Control (from Door Relay Assignment) in software versions 3.43 and
higher and the Dial Code option option is added.
This option has two functions:
1. If the connected system is a DSX-40 and the extension is a Door Box, use this option to assign the Door Box
relay. This is the DSX-40 built-in relay that will activate when the Door Box is answered by a DSX user who
then presses the Open soft key.
2. If the connected device is a SIP doorphone (like the Algo 8028), use this option to enable DTMF relay control.
If enabled, for example, when a keyset user answers the doorphone call and presses their Open soft key, DSX
will send the digit specified in 2101-07: Open Code [Stations: Config: Setup: Type (2101): Open Code] on
page 27 to the doorphone. If the doorphone has the digit set up as an open code, the doorphone relay will
activate.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
•
•
Door Box
Door Box, Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone on page 6
Paging
IntraMail Features
•
None
Program Options
0
None [Default]
1
CPU Relay 1 (DSX40-1)
2
CPU Relay 2 (DSX40-2)
3
Dial Code
2101-07: Open Code [Stations: > Config: > Setup: > Type (2101): > Open Code]
Available in software versions 3.43 and higher.
If the extension is a doorphone with DTMF relay control (such as the Algo 8028), use this option to assign the
DTMF digit that will activate the doorphone relay. When the keyset user talking to the doorphone presses the
Open soft key, the system will send the digit specified in this option to the doorphone. If the programming in the
doorphone is set up correctly, the doorphone relay will activate.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
•
•
Door Box
Door Box, Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone on page 6
Paging
IntraMail Features
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2000 | 28
None
Program Options
0-9, # and *
DTMF digit. [Default] no entry.
2101-08: Close Code [Stations: > Config: > Setup: > Type (2101): > Close Code]
Available in software versions 3.43 and higher.
If the extension is a doorphone with DTMF relay control (such as the Algo 8028), use this option to assign the
DTMF digit that will deactivate the doorphone relay. When the keyset user talking to the doorphone presses the
Open soft key, the system will send the digit specified in this option to the doorphone. If the programming in the
doorphone is set up correctly, the doorphone relay will deactivate.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
•
•
Door Box
Door Box, Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone on page 6
Paging
IntraMail Features
•
None
Program Options
0-9, # and *
DTMF digit. [Default] no entry.
2106: VoIP
2106-02: Password [Stations: > Config: > Setup: > VoIP: > Password]
Use this option to assign a password to an extension. Currently, the option is used only with VoIP extensions.
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
•
Door Box, Algo 8028 SIP Doorphone on page 6
VoIP Extensions
IntraMail Features
•
None.
Program Options
Password
Extension password, up to 24 characters. See for Name
Programming Chart more.
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[Default] None.
2113: Groups
2113-02: Department Group [Stations: > Config: > Options: > Groups (2113): > Department
Group]
Available in software versions 3.01 and higher.
Use this option to specify to which Department Group the extension or Door Box belongs.
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Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
•
•
Department Groups
Extension Hunting
Group Ring
IntraMail Features
•
None.
Program Options
1-30
Department Group 1-30.
0
[Default] None.
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2000 | 30
Department Groups
2301: Group Identification
2301-03: Department Group Type [Stations: > Department Groups: > Setup: > Identification
(2301): > Group Type]
Available in software versions 3.01 and higher.
Use this option to assign the Department Group type (e.g., Ring Group or UCD Group).
Features Related to this Program
Telephone Features
•
Department Groups
IntraMail Features
•
None
Program Options
0
None.
1
[Default] Ring Group.
2
UCD Group.
NEC Corporation of America
General Channel
4 Forest Parkway
Shelton, CT 06484
www.necdsx.com
(1093100ALGO)
Printed in U.S.A.
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