LIP-8002E/LIP-8002AE Quick Guide The contents of this document are subject to revision without notice due to continued progress in methodology, design and manufacturing. Ericsson-LG Enterprise shall have no liability for any error or damage of any kind resulting from the use of this document. iPECS is an Ericsson-LG Brand Part No. MMBB9236402 / ISSUE 1.2 Printed in Thailand www.ericssonlg-enterprise.com © Ericsson-LG Enterprise Co., Ltd. 2011 Please read this manual carefully before operating your set. Retain it for future reference. LIP-8002E/2AE Quick Guide ST Important Safety information To prevent the risk of harm to the user or damage to equipment, please read this information before installing or repairing the phone. 1. Only trained and qualified service personnel should install, replace or service the phone. 2. Don’t spill liquid (ex. Water) on the phone. In case of spill, contact your service technician for assistance to avoid fire or electric shock. 3. If you see smoke or smell something burning, unplug the power cord and the phone line. Call your service technician for assistance. 4. Don’t use the phone during a thunderstorm. Lightning strike may result in a fire, severe electrical or acoustic shock. 5. Don’t tug the power cord or the phone line. This may result in a fire, an electric shock or equipment damage. 6. Ensure that children do not pull on phone cords. This may injure children or result in equipment damage. 7. The ear-piece houses a magnetic device which may attract pins or small metal objects. Keep handset clear of such objects and check before use. 8. Avoid placing the phone in an area that is dusty, damp or subject to vibration. 9. Choose a site that is dry and well ventilated. 10. Don’t put the heavy things on the phone. 11. Do not drop or throw the phone. 12. Static electricity discharge will damage electronic components. 13. Keep out of direct sunlight and away from heat. 14. Clean the phone with a soft, dry cloth only. Do not use volatile liquids such as petrol, alcohol or acetone as this may cause a fire or result in discoloration or damage to plastics. Do not clean with wax or silicon products as these may enter the equipment and cause operation to become unreliable. 15. No user serviceable parts inside. Do not inset a screw driver or any metal objects into the phone. This may cause electric shock or damage the equipment and will render the warranty void. 1 LIP-8002E/2AE Quick Guide ST Regulatory information European Union Declarations of Conformity Ericsson-LG Enterprise Co., Ltd. declare that the equipment specified in this document bearing the “ CE” mark conforms to the European Union Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive(R&TTE 1999/5/EC), including the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive(2004/108/EC) and Low Voltage Directive(2006/95/EC). Copies of these Declarations of Conformity (DoCs) can be obtained by contacting your local sales representative. FCC/IC Interference Statement : USA / CSA This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. This device complies with part 15 /RSS-GEN of the FCC/IC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)This device may not cause harmful interference; and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada. The use of this device in a system operating either partially or completely outdoors may require the user to obtain a license for the system according to the Canadian regulations. CAUTION : Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. 2 LIP-8002E/2AE Quick Guide ST Disposal of Old Appliance When the displayed symbol (crossed-out wheeled bin) is adhered to a product, it designates the product is covered by the European Directive 2012/19/EC. All electric and electronic products should be disposed of only in special collection facilities appointed by government or local/municipal authorities. The correct disposal of your old appliance will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health. For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliances, please contact your city office, waste disposal service or the place of product purchase. Copyright© 2011 Ericsson-LG Enterprise Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved This material is copyrighted by Ericsson-LG Enterprise Co., Ltd. Any unauthorized reproductions, use or disclosure of this material, or any part thereof, is strictly prohibited and is a violation of Copyright Laws. Ericsson-LG Enterprise reserves the right to make changes in specifications at any time without notice. The information furnished by Ericsson-LG Enterprise in this material is believed to be accurate and reliable, but is not warranted to be true in all cases. 3 LIP-8002E/2AE Quick Guide ST LIP-8002E/8002AE The Ericsson-LG Enterprise IP phone (LIP-8002E/8002AE) is Internet Protocol (IP) phones designed to support hosted telephony services over a managed IP network. The LIP-8002E/8002AE Phone has fixed feature buttons, flexible buttons that are configurable, and dial pad buttons as shown in the figure below. Fixed Feature Button Definitions DND – Blocks all incoming calls. Toggle to activate. Speed – Access speed dialing, speed programming. Vol – Adjusts volume for ringing, headset, and speakerphone; adjusts LCD brightness (in idle state). Trans/PGM –Initiates call transfer, or enters programming mode. Hold / Save – Places active call on hold or saves programming information. Speaker – Toggle to activate. Call Back – Initiates call back request when calling a busy station; call is completed when busy station returns to idle status. Flexible buttons – Some are system pre-programmed for line appearance, and some are user programmable. Ring/MSG Indicator – Illuminates when ringing, or message waiting. LCD Display – Phone interface for status, dialing directories, and text message information. Hands-free Microphone – Used for hands-free speakerphone function. 4 LIP-8002E/2AE Quick Guide ST LIP-8002E/8002AE Keyset User Operation The following is provided as quick reference for commonly used features/functions. Complete instructions are included in the User Guide. Placing a Call: Internal Station to Station Call – Lift handset or press SPEAKER button. Dial the extension number from the keypad. External Call – Lift handset or press SPEAKER button. Press CO/IP line, or dial access number. Dial desired phone number. Using Camp-On (Call-Wait): When calling a busy Station, press *. Wait for party to answer. (iPECS-CM/MG) Call a busy Statoin. Press [TRANS/PGM] button and dial Camp-On Register Code. To retry a busy external number until answered: When placing an outgoing call to a busy party, press the REDIAL button if it has been registered as flexible key. Hang-up handset; the call will be retried until the call is connected or the feature is cancelled. (iPECS-CM/MG) When placing an outgoing call to a busy party, press the CALL BACK button. Hang up handset; the call will be completed when busy party returns to idle state. 5 LIP-8002E/2AE Quick Guide Delete Auto Call Number Redial (ACNR): Press the REDIAL button if it has been registered as Flexible key. (iPECS-CM/MG) When placing an outgoing call to a busy party, press the CALL BACK button. Answering a Call while idle: Internal Station to Station Call – Lift handset, or if in HF mode, just speak. External Call – Lift handset. (iPECS-CM/MG) Lift handset, and press flashing Flex button (as needed). Using Do Not Disturb (DND): Press the DND button (toggles ON and OFF). Pickup a Call to another Station: Lift handset. Dial Directed Call Pick-up Code. Dial the intercom number of the ringing station. Pickup a Call from another Station in your Group: Lift the handset. Dial Group Call Pickup code. 6 ST LIP-8002E/2AE Quick Guide ST Conference: A Conference flex button should be programmed. Place a call to first member. If first member answers, press Conf flex button and place a call to second member. If last member answers, press Conf flex button, twice. * For conference more than 4 members in iPECS-LIK system, MCIM board is needed. (iPECS-CM/MG) Place a call to first member. If first member answers, press Conference flexible button and place a call to second member. * For conference with more than 4 members, VPCM board is needed in iPECS-CM. * For conference members, VOIB (VOIU) board is always needed in iPECS-MG. Call Hold: Press the HOLD button while on a CO call. Press the CO button or Loop button to rejoin call. Call Forward: A Call forward flex button should be programmed. Lift Handset or press SPEAKER button. Press DND button. Dial the type of forward code (0-5, SBG: 0-4). 1=Unconditional, 2=Busy, 3=No Answer, 4=Busy/No Answer, 5=Incoming CO Off-net (Attendant only), 0=remote For Forward code 1-4, dial destination number. For Forward code 5, press CO/CO-Group button, and dial Speed number. For Forward code 0, dial password of forwarded station and enter the Forward code (1-4). 1=Unconditional, 2=Busy, 3=No Answer, 4=Busy/No Answer. Dial the destination number. (iPECS-CM/MG) Press SPEAKER on and DND button. Dial the type of forward code (0-4). 7 LIP-8002E/2AE Quick Guide 1=Unconditional, 2=Busy, 3=No Answer, 4=Busy/No Answer , 0=Remote For Forward code 1-4, dial destination number and press * or the SAVE button. For Forward code 0, press * or the SAVE button. Dial forwarded station number, password and *. Dial the destination number. Delete Call Forward: Lift Handset or press SPEAKER button. Press DND button. Dial #. (iPECS-CM/MG) Press SPEAKER and DND button, if call forward is registered. Call Transfer: While on an active call, press the TRANS/PGM button. Place call to the transfer destination. Remain on the line to announce the call and/or hang-up to complete the transfer. Storing Speed Dial Numbers: Press the TRANS/PGM and Speed button. Dial Speed bin number. Press CO button or dial CO access code. (In case of SBG, this step is not needed) Dial telephone number you wish to store. Press the Hold button. Enter the name associated to the number. Press the Hold button; a confirmation tone will be heard. (iPECS-CM/MG) Press the SPEED and TRANS/PGM button. Dial Speed bin number. Dial CO access code and telephone number you wish to store. Press the Hold button. 8 ST LIP-8002E/2AE Quick Guide ST Enter the name associated to the number. Press the Hold button; a confirmation tone will be heard. Using Speed Dial Numbers: Press the Speed button. Dial the desired Speed dial bin number. LIP-8002E/LIP-8002AE Installation Note: LIP-8002E/8002AE IP-Phone can be powered by either AC adaptor or Power over Ethernet (PoE, class 1). To use AC power, use only the Ericsson-LG Enterprise Approved AC power adaptor, which you can order separately. To use PoE, your connected LAN must support PoE. <Important> Use either PoE or AC adaptor, not both, for power supply of your phone. 1. Plug one end of the supplied LAN cable into the LAN Ethernet port on the back of your IP phone marked with the symbol. 2. Plug the other end of the cable into your LAN Ethernet connection. (Do not extend the LAN Ethernet cable to the outside of the building.) 3. (Optional) If you are connecting your PC Ethernet through the IP Phone, plug one end of the LAN Ethernet cable into the PC Ethernet port on the back of your IP Phone marked with the symbol. <Important> Skip the following procedures from 5 to 6 if PoE is used for power supply of your phone. 4. (Optional) Plug the other end of the cable into your LAN Ethernet connection of your PC. 5. (Optional) Connect the AC power adapter (not supplied) to the AC adapter jack on the back of your IP Phone. Fasten the cord with a hook to prevent it from being disconnected. 6. (Optional) Plug the AC power adapter into the nearest AC power outlet. The phone will start up. 7. (Optional) for the wall-mounting, sleeve of the CAT5 cable should be moved backward to prevent it from protruding. 9 LIP-8002E/2AE Quick Guide ST Flex Button Program Press the TRANS/PGM button. Press the flexible button to be programmed. Press TRANS/PGM button and User Program Code (refer to the following table). Press the HOLD/SAVE button. (iPECS-CM/MG) 1) To assign Fixed or Number Press the TRANS/PGM button. Press the flexible button to be programmed. Press program type (1: Fixed button, 2: Number, 0: Delete). Choose the desired fixed button type (PTT, REDIAL, MUTE, CONFERENCE, ..) with volume up and down button if the program type is Fixed button, or Enter Number to dial if the program type is Number. Press the HOLD/SAVE button. 2) To assign User Program Code Press the TRANS/PGM button Press the flexible button to be programmed Enter Program Mode Code and User Program Code (refer to the table) Press the HOLD/SAVE button to save. System User Program Codes (LIK) Code Function Remark 10 Enblock Mode Dialing 11 Intercom Ring Select Ring Tone 1-8 12 CO/IP Ring Select Ring Tone 1-8 13 Intercom Answer Mode 14 Call Coverage Attribute Setting 1:ON/OFF, 2:Ring Delay (0-9) 15 Station Ring Download Ring Tone 5-8 19 Ear & Mic. Headset 21 Knock Down STA COS Select ICM Signal mode, 1:HF, 2:Tone, 3:Privacy 22 Restore Station COS Requires Auth Code 23 Walking COS Requires Auth Code 30 VM Mobile Notify 31 Station Wait Retrieve 32 CLI/IP Message Wait Retrieve 10 LIP-8002E/2AE Quick Guide Code ST Function 33 Authorization Code (Password) Entry 34 DID Call Wait Button 35 Message Wait in Exec/Sec Pair 36 Send SMS Message 37 Register Mobile Ext. 38 Activate Mobile Ext. 39 Register Mobile Ext. CLI Remark Input up to 12 digits 41 Set Wake Up Time 42 Erase Wake-Up Time 51 Custom/Pre-defined Message Display 52 Register Custom Message (Message 00) 53 Create Conf. Room 54 Delete Conf. Room 55 Monitor Conf-Group 61 Headset/Speakerphone 62 Headset Ring Mode 71 LCD Display Mode 72 Version Display 73 Background Music 74 Station Name Reg. 75 Display Phone IP Address 76 Change Phone IP Address 77 Display Phone MAC IP Address 79 Display Phone Version 80 RECORD Button 81 ISDN CLIR Button 82 ISDN COLR Button 84 Account Code Button 85 LOOP Button 86 ATD Intrusion Button 87 ICM Button 88 Camp-On Button 89 Keypad Facility Button 8# OHVO Button 91 CONF Button 94 FLASH Button 95 MUTE Button 96 MONITOR Button 97 REDIAL Button 98 FWD Button 99 PTT Button 9* In Room Indication Button *0 Hot Desk Login Code ** Hot Desk Logout Code *7 Force Fwd to Destination Input time, 24-hr clock Input up to 24 characters 1:Speakerphone, 2:Headset, 3:Both Requires VSF/External SMDI VM Requires room number(01~10) 11 LIP-8002E/2AE Quick Guide ST System User Program Codes (iPECS SBG) Code Function Remark 11 Intercom Answer Mode Select ICM Signal mode, 1:HF, 2:Tone, 3:Privacy 12 Headset/Speakerphone mode 0:H, 1:S 13 Select Headset Ring type 1:S, 2:H, 3:Both 21 Set Wake-Up Time Once/Permanent & Hour/Min 22 Erase Wake-Up Time 31 LCD Display Language 32 Sys version display 33 Select BGM source (0~1) 34 Station Name registration Station Name 35 Display Phone IP Address 36 Display Phone MAC Address 37 Display Phone Version 38 Network Configuration 41 Forced Forward to Destination 42 Call Log Display 43 CLIR Service 44 COLR Service Domestic/English Station Group Number 4* LOOP button Button PGM only 50 CALLBACK button Button PGM only 51 CONF button Button PGM only 52 MUTE button Button PGM only 53 ICM button Button PGM only 54 REDIAL button Button PGM only 12 LIP-8002E/2AE Quick Guide ST System User Program Codes (iPECS-CM/MG) Code 11 12 13 Function Remark Answer Mode(H/T/P) Station Name Program Select ICM Signal mode, 1:HF, 2:Tone, 3:Privacy Input up to 12 characters Set Wake Up iPECS-CM: Index(1-5) + Type(1~5, 1:Once, 2:Daily, 3:Mon~Fri, 4:Mon~Sat, 5:Date), + HHMM(24-hour clock) + YYMMDD(If type is Date) iPECS-MG: HHMM(24-hour clock), # (repeat mode: once, repeat) iPECS-CM: Index(1-5) 14 15 Reset Wake Up Language Program iPECS-MG: 1:ON/OFF, 2:Ring Delay (0-9) 00 - 17 16 LCD Date Mode Change DD/MM/YY or MM/DD/YY 17 18 LCD Time Mode Change Set Back Light 12 Hour/24 Hour Not supported 21 ICM Ring Type Program 22 23 CO Ring Type Program Ring Download 5-8+0-9 24 31 Set BGM Temporary COS Mode Not Supported Auth. Code required 32 Retrieve COS Auth. Code required 33 34 Walking COS Register Password Auth. Code required Auth. Code required 35 Call Log Protect Auth. Code required 36 41 SMS Message Protect Preselected MSG PGM Auth. Code required 0-9, MSG / *: User Custom # Deactivation 42 43 Set User Message Send SMS MESSAGE 44 Received SMS MESSAGE 51 52 Mobile-Ext. Enable Mobile-Ext. Number PGM 1-5 1-5 53 Mobile-Ext. CLI PGM 1-5 54 55 Create Conference Room Delete Conference Room 61 62 Speaker/Headset PGM Headset Ring Program 71 Register Station ICLID 72 81 View Station ICLID View IP Address 82 View Mac Address 83 80 View Keyset Version Network Setting 91 92 MPB Version Display View IP Address Speaker/Headset Speaker/Headset/Both Not used in CM Not used in CM 13 LIP-8002E/LIP-8002AE Quick Guide The contents of this document are subject to revision without notice due to continued progress in methodology, design and manufacturing. Ericsson-LG Enterprise shall have no liability for any error or damage of any kind resulting from the use of this document. iPECS is an Ericsson-LG Brand Part No. MMBB9236402 / ISSUE 1.2 Printed in Thailand www.ericssonlg-enterprise.com © Ericsson-LG Enterprise Co., Ltd. 2011 Please read this manual carefully before operating your set. Retain it for future reference.
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