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IMl66-107
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Chapter 1 System Overview . . . . . . . I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l-l
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Hardware Summary
Common Equipment Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l-4
Station Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l-6
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General Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 2 Description Of System Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 3 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AC Power Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SystemGrounding
Line Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Line Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Station Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Station Wall Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DSS/BLF Console Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Auxiliary Equipment Interface
Common Audible And Auxiliary Ringing Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
External Paging Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
External Paging Interface - Line Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Data Device Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Music Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Add-On Expansion Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Add-On Expansion Module Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Software Cartridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation
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Data Communications With The Digital Telephone System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Equipment Required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Communication Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Caller Identification Service Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Checkout And Failure Isolation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Initial Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checkout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Failure Isolation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter4SystemProgramming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
General Programming Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-q
Programming Overlays. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-l
Supporting DigiTech Telephones
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Converting Button Designations When Using Impact Telephones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Class Of Service Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
Master Clear And Class Of Service Defaults
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System Configuration - Miscellaneous Features
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System Configuration - Feature Inhibiting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-14
LineConfiguration
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Station Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Station Configuration - Miscellaneous Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-22
Station Configuration - Button Mapping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Miscellaneous Programming Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-43
Video Display Terminal Programming Feature
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Video Display Terminal Programming Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-79
Video Display Terminal Remote Programming Configuration
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Class Of Service Configuration Records
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Line Configuration Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Station Configuration Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Station Button Mapping Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Programming Overlays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-l 17
Chapter 5 System Operating Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-l
Operator’s Manuals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-l
Typical DigiTech Telephone Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
Typical Impact Telephone Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3
Typical Americom Telephone Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4
Feature Dialing Code Numbering Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
Controls And Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
System Ringing Patterns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-7
Intercom Call Progress Tones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8
Line Select Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Message Waiting Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter6 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Technical Assistance And Repair Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fuse Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Illustrations
Figure 1-l. Outline Dimensions - Common Equipment . . . .
Figure l -2a. Station Images - DigiTech Telephones . . . . . .
Figure 1-2b. Station Images - Impact Telephones . . . . . . .
Figure I-3a. Outline Dimensions - DigiTech Telephones . . .
Figure l-3b. Outline Dimensions - Impact Telephones . . . .
Figure 3-l. Mounting Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 3-2. AC Power Connection And System Grounding . .
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Figure 3-3a. Common Equipment Line Connections
Figure 3-3b. Typical Line Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 3-4a. Common Equipment Station Connections . . . .
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Figure 3-5. Station Wall Mounting Details . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 3-6. Typical DSS/BLF Console Connections . . . . .
Figure 3-7. Power Failure Connection
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Figure 3-8. Auxiliary Interface Connections . . . . . . . . . .
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Figure 3-9. Typical Common Audible Interface Wiring
Figure 3-10. Typical External Paging Connection . . . . . . .
Figure 3-11. Typical External Paging Connection - Line Port .
Figure 3-12. Typical Data Device Connections
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Figure 3-13. Music Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 3-14. Add-On Expansion Module Configuration
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Figure 3-l 5. Expansion Module Installation . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 3-16. Software Cartridge Installation and Removal
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Figure 3-17. Data Communications Interconnection Diagram .
Figure 3-18. Caller ID Interface, Common Equipment, and Data
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System
Overview
Chapter 1
System Overview
Introducing The System
The digital telephone system is an expandable
communications system with many attractive
characteristics including the following:
Programmed buttons helps station users eliminate
manual dialing errors.
Unitized base unit which includes all system
features. The base unit is full featured and
self-contained.
Service observing. Supervisors can help insure
quality of service without interrupting calls by
monitoring a trainee’s activity without being heard by
the distant party at the trainee’s station.
Expansion modules which increase station and
line capacity. A 4-line, 6-station expansion module is
available. It can be added singly or in pairs to
increase the station and line capacity of an existing
base unit installation.
Dual intercom. A second intercom button can be
provided so that station users can handle two intercom
calls at once. One intercom call can be placed on hold
while a second intercom call is serviced or both calls
can be conferenced together.
Subdued off-hook voice announce (SOHVA)
feature. The SOHVA feature allows a station user to
talk to a busy station without being heard by the
outside party at the busy station. The called user can
easily send back a pre-programmed LCD message or
talk to the caller without being heard by the outside
party.
Programmable buttons. Many of the telephone
buttons can be programmed to provide functions such
as direct station selection (DSS), auto dial, system
feature access, line access, messaging and more.
Station Message detail accounting (SMDA)
reports. The system provides built-in estimated
costing of all calls made over outside lines. It also
provides SMDA printout reports of all costed calls as
well as displaying call costs on LCD speakerphones.
Caller ID interface. The digital telephone system
provides an interface for a caller ID decoder device.
The device can decode the ID data that the CO
delivers to it over the outside lines, and send the
decoded information out the RS-232 data port for
printing.
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Overview
IMl66-107
Publication Overview
Understanding The Manual Scope
This publication contains a technical discussion of the
digital telephone system. Included in this manual is
the following information:
Chapter 1, System Overview: This chapter
provides a generalized understanding of the
system, an explanation of the supporting
documentation, and a summary of the equipment
hardware.
Chapter 2, Feature Description: This chapter
provides a detailed discussion of the features
provided by the digital telephone system.
Chapter 3, Installation: This chapter provides
detailed installation instructions and connection
details.
Chapter 4, Programming: This chapter provides
detailed programming instructions for setting the
operating parameters of the system.
Chapter 5, Operating Characteristics: This
chapter summarizes operating characteristics and
provides special tone and indicator details.
Chapter 6, Maintenance: Special maintenance
details are provided in this chapter.
This manual includes information about enhancements
to the digital telephone system that are provided by
periodic software releases. The information was
previously published in the following Technical
Advisory Bulletins.
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Simplified hybrid operation
Support for DigiTech telephones with a revision
letter of I or later
Enhanced automatic call back
Support for digital single-line proprietary telephone
Support for ExecuMail voice processing system
TAB096A
Software revision 11 B
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Enhanced operation with Americom LCD
speakerphones
Software revision 12A
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digital proprietary telephones
Software Revision 13A
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Enhanced SMDA reporting
l Expanded options for account code entry
l Support for caller ID service
Software Revision 138
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Support for the lmpacf proprietary multiline
telephone (product code 8112N)
Support for the Americom telephones (product
code 70nnn and 71 nnn) with the 10408,10816, and
I1 632 software cartridges.
Telephone type query for button mapping through
VDT programming
Additional support for caller ID service
Related
Publications
Software revision 8 and later
TAB068
l Support for the ATI-D analog terminal interface
device
l Support for the DigiTech DD32X and Americom
XD64X DSS/BLF consoles
l Provision for programming a night mode button
The following related publications contain additional
information applicable to this system.
TAB080
Software revision 9 and later
l Support for dual DD32X
DSSIBLF consoles
User Information
General Information
IMI 01-005 Handling Of Electrostatically Sensitive
Components
Operation With DigiTech Telephones and Consoles
(product codes 77OOS, 7714X, and 7714s - all with
revision I and later, and DD32X)
GCA70-220
DigiTech LCD Speakerphone
System User’s Guide
GCA70-221
DigiTech Multiline Telephone
System User’s Guide
GCA70-226
DigiTech Attendant’s Supplement
GCA70-184
DigiTech Station User’s Guide
GCA7rI-232
DigiTech Single-Line Proprietary
Telephone User’s Guide
Software revisions 10 and 11A.
TAB091 A
Additional dial time for the DISD option
Changed defaulted first choice signalling style for
intercom calls
Supports both on-hook and off-hook call
announcing from speakerphones
Enhanced subdued off-hook voice announce
operation
Expanded personal ring tone choice
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GCA70-187
System
DiglTech DSWBLF Console
User’s Guide
Operation With /mpactTelephones
and Consoles
(product codes 80248,8124S,
8012S, 8112S, 8112N,
8101N, and IB64X)
GCA70-245
./mpact LCD Speakerphone
Overview
Operation With Americom Telephones (product codes
701 OS, 7016S, and 711 OX)
GCA70-149
Americom Station User’s Guide
GCA70-151 Americom System User’s Guide
System User’s Guide
GCA70-153 Americom Attendant’s Guide
GCA70-244
/rnpacf Multiline Telephone
System User’s Guide
GCA70-257 Americom LCD Speakerphone System’Useh
Guide
GCA70-247
@act Attendant’s Supplement
GCA70-248
Impact Station User’s Guide
GCA70-246
impact Single-Line Proprietary
Telephone User’s Guide
GCA70-256
Impact DSWBLF Console
User’s Guide
Accessory Information
lMl89-037
Installation Instructions For The
Analog Terminal Interface (ATI-D)
GCA70-239
User’s Guide For The
Industry-Standard Telephone
Accessories
By employing the Analog Terminal Interface (ATI-D)
device, the digital telephone system can support the
operation of the following accessories:
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ExecuMail and Eloquence voice mail and automatic
attendant equipment
Industry-standard telephones and telephone
devices
The Comdial DigiTech and impact LCD
speakerphones with product codes of 7700s and
80248, revision H and earlier, include a built-in
headset port. Speakerphones with a revision of I and
latepprovide an auxiliary jack for headset interface.
The Supra Polaris headset by PLANTRONICS INC,
345 Encinal Street, Santa Cruz CA, 95060 is
compatible with the digital telephone system and may
be connected to the headset port or auxiliary jack of
these LCD speakerphones.
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Two Supra Polaris models are available for use:
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OH2001 Monaural Single Receiver
OH2002 Binaural Dual Receiver
NOTE: The system delivers subdued off-hook voice
announce (SOHVA) messages to the headset
port. Because a telephone headset exhibits a
“coupling” effect between the ear piece and the
microphone, it may allow the outside paw to
hear the SOHVA message. The Plantronics
headset will minimize the coupling effect but
may not complerely eliminate it.
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Using the Caller Identification Interface (product code
CID08), the digital telephone system provides caller ID
information as part of the SMDR printout and as ASCII
data input for use with personal computer based
application programs.
Hardware Summary
The digital telephone system consists of an electronic
Digital Service Unit (DSU), usually referred to as
common equipment, optional expansion modules to
extend station and line capacities as required, a
software cartridge containing the operating system
programming, dedicated digital electronic key
telephones, and interconnecting wiring consisting of
small, 2-- or 4-conductor,
twisted-pair cable.
The station and line capacity of the base unit and
optional expansion module are per the following chart.
MODEL
NO.
CO/PBX
CAPACITY
STATION
CAPACITY
GO408
4
8
GO81 6
8
16
G1632
16
32
GM408
4
8
The digital telephone system is full featured, and
supports all Comdial proprietary digital telephone
models.
The digital system is expandable in both line and
station capacity with the addition of add-on expansion
modules.
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System
Overview
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Common Equipment Description
which the TDM information is synchronized and
partitioned into time slots. A time slot is a portion of
time assigned to a particular position of the system
clock. Each time a particular clock position is reached,
the information associated with that position can be
read. As the system clock goes through the clock
cycle, all necessary digital information is passed
between the pieces of equipment sharing the highway.
The common equipment base unit is a fully electronic
device. It is essentially a special purpose computer
system acting as a communications controller between
central office (CO), private branch exchange (PBX), or
CENTREX supplied lines and the proprietary digital
telephone stations. The software architecture of the
common equipment provides complete system support
and great flexibility of operation.
The common equipment consists of a base unit, which
provides complete feature support, and optional
expansion modules which provide extended station
and line coverage.
The system is fully digital and is ISDN up-gradable
with two usable time slots available for each station.
The digital information passes over time division
multiplexing (TDM) highways. The digital information
is an encoded version of the voice transmission and
control signals that are translated into computer
language. The TDM highway can transmit several
signals over a single pair of wires at the same time.
The signals are governed by a system clock. This
clock creates an overall point of reference against
The common equipment is contained in a functional,
modem-style metal housing of contemporary design in
keeping with the needs of the modem off ice
environment. It is engineered to be wall or rack
mounted. The outline dimensions of the common
equipment base units are illustrated in Figure l-l.
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System Overview
4-Llne, Mtatlon Base Unit
&Llne, l&Statlon Base Unit
Figure l-l. Outline Dimensions- Common Equipment
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System Overview
Station Description
The digital telephones employed with the digital
telephone system are electronic, microprocessorcontrolled, devices. They allow not only multiline
pickup but also single button access to features
available from the serving CO, PBX, or CENTREX
switch as well as the common equipment. The digital
telephones are available in several different images
with several models available in each image. The
images and dimensions of the various digital
telephones are shown in Figures 1-2 and 1-3.
7700s
oom o.
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
DD32X
Figure l-2a. Station Images - DigiTech Telephones
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System Overview
81248
8024s
J
8112s
8012s
I
8112N
IB64X
Figure l-2b. Station Images - Impact Telephones
1-7
8101N
System Overview
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,
I
7016s
XDA16
XD64X
Figure 1-2~. Station Images - Americom Telephones
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System Overview
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4
4.983"
X 6 5 8 " -
4.069"
7114x
t
8.625"
7114s
7700s
L
4,007"
2.887"
w.
Figure Ma. Outline Dimensions - DigiTech Telephones
System Overview
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/
9
7010s
7110x
I
I
c
9
b
10.55
7016s
Figure 1-3~. Outline Dimensions - Americom Telephones
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System Overview
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General Specifications
SYSTEM CAPAClTY
LINES
STATIONS
DSS/BLF CONSOLES
INTERCOM PATHS
MAXIMUM SIMULTANEOUS
INTERCOM CONVERSATIONS
PAGING PORTS
PARK ORBITS
SPEED DIALS
SYSTEM
STATION
AUTODIALS
POWER FAIL CIRCUITS
POWER REQUIREMENTS (Fully loaded system)
VOLTAGE
CURRENT
POWER:
VOLT/AMPS
COMMON EOUIPMENT DIMENSIONS (approx.)
WIDTH (inches)
HEIGHT(inches)
DEPTH (inches)
WEIGHT (pounds)
STATION DIMENSIONS (approx.)
DigiTech
FOOTPRINT (inches)
WEIGHT (pounds)
Impact
FOOTPRINT (inches)
WEIGHT (pounds):
Americom
FOOTPRINT (inches)
WEIGHT (pounds)
Go408
GO816
G1632
GM408
4
8
Two per sta.
Non-blocking
8
16
Two per sta.
Non-blocking
16
32
Two per sta.
Non-blocking
4
8
Two per sta.
Non-blocking
Non-blocking
1
9
Non-blocking
1
9
Non-blocking
1
9
Non-blocking
not app.
not app.
99
10
Unused buttons
1
99
10
Unused buttons
1
99
not app.
10
not app.
Unused buttons not app.
1
1
Go408
GO816
G1632
0.6A
7ow
8OVA
go - 129 VAC Singlephase - all models
2.1A
2.0 A
15ow
135w
200VA
19OVA
GM408
not app.
not. app.
not app.
Go408
GO816
G1632
GM408
16.5
21.3
3.8
17.5
16.5
27.1
3.8
26
16.5
27.6
4.5
30.5
16.5
9.25
1.75
xxx
Wide Image
Narrow Image
Single Line Proprietary
8.625 X 7.658
2.5
not app.
not app.
6.5x8.5
1.9
10.75x8.9
2.25
9.08x8.9
2.25
8.9x7.1 3
1.75
10.65X8.5
2.9
8.4X8.5
2.1
not app.
not app.
CONFERENCING
(Maximum Combinations At Any One Trme)
SMDA STORAGE CAPACITY PER CARTRIDGE
GO408 and GO81 6
G1632
1 five-way plus 1 three-way
plus 2 SOHVA
2 four-way plus 2 SOHVA
1 four-way plus 3 three-way
5 three-way plus 1 SOHVA
4 five-way plus 1 three-way
plus 1 SOHVA
6 four-way plus 2 three-way
3 four-way plus 9 three-way
16 three-way
lCHO#S9408
10818/SO816
11632/51632
1600
1800
1600
1800
SOFfVVARE REVISION 13A AND LATER
800
SOFtWARE REVISION 12AAND EARLIER 900
STATION CABLE REQUIREMENTS
TYPE
MAXIMUM LENGTH
SWITCHING PRINCIPLE
2-wire (1 -pair) twisted, non-shielded cable
1009 feet with 24 gauge wire, 2000 feet with 22 gauge wire
Digital, time division multiplexing (TDM). Provides non-blocking
switching with stored program control
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System Overview
TERMINATIONS
STATION
Standard 50-pin male connectors for connection to external
distribution field.
Standard, 8-conductor mini-jack (USOC 14C)
LINE
STATION MESSAGE DETAIL RECORDING PORT
FORMAT
PARITY
DATA BlTS
STOP BITS
BAUD RATE
HANDSHAKING
CABLE LENGTH
Serial, pseudo RS-232C
None
7 or 8 (programmable)
1 or 2 (programmable)
Programmable in class of service
Xon -Xoff
Hardware - CTS
500 Feet maximum
MUSIC IiJTERFACE
INPUT LEVEL
INPUT IMPEDANCE
CONNECTOR
3 Volts peak-to-peak maximum
Approximately 500 Ohms
RCA phono jack
PA PORT
OUTPUT LEVEL
OUTPUT IMPEDANCE
CONNECTOR
400 Millivolts peak-to-peak (typical speech)
Approximately 500 Ohms
RCA phono jack
CENTRAL OFFlCE LlMlTS
LOOP LIMITS
CABLE INSULATION LEAKAGE
1900 Ohms maximum loop
15,000 Ohms minimum
INDUSTRY/REGULATORY
STANDARDS
FCC Certified, part 15 (Class A)
FCC registered (fully protected)
LISTED by OSHA-accredited, nationally recognized, test laboratory
EIA RS478
Bell publication 48002 guidance
Hearing aid compatible handset
MEMORY RETENTION AFIER POWER LOSS
68 hours minimum
FCC REGISTRATION NUMBER
KEY SYSTEM
HYBRID SYSTEM
CWUSA-61535KF-E
CWVUSAS1536-MF-E
RINGER EQUIVALANCE
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PRODUCT
NUMBER
CODES
69408 - 4-Line , &Station
GO81 6 - 8-Line, 16Station
G1632 - 1 &Line, 32Station
GM498 - 4-Line, 8Station
Expansion Module
7714X DigfTech 24Line Multiline Monitor Telephone 19408, SO408
7714s DigiTech 24Line Speakerphone
10816, SO81 6
7700s DigiTech 24Line LCD Speakerphone
11632, s1632
7701 X DigiTech Single-Line Proprietary Telephone
DD32X Digiiech 32-Button DSS/BLF Console
80248 /mpact 24-Line LCD Speakerphone
81248 Impact 24Line Speakerphone
8012s Impact 1FLine LCD Speakerphone
8112s Impact 1 P-Line Speakerphone
8101 N Impact Single-Line Proprietary Telephone
8112N Impact Muttiline Proprietary Telephone
IB84X Impact 84-Button DSWBLF Console
701 OS Americom 1 O-Line LCD Speakerphone
7119x Americom WI-Line Multiline Monitor Telephone
7016s Amencorn 16-Line LCD Speakerphone
XDA16 Americom l&Line Adjunct Feature Module
XD64X Americom 64-Button DSS/BLF Console
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Description Of System Features
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Description Of !iystem Features
Abandoned Hold Release
date and time message. If the account codes are
forced and the call is outgoing, then the line is dropped
at the end of the display time if the user has not
entered a valid account code. The programmable
range for the display time is 1 to 20 seconds. When
the feature is not enabled, the system inhibits the
display prompt.
Refer to the discussion titled Ho/d.
Access Denied
Refer to the discussion titled Line Features.
Account Codes
When a station user activates the last number redial or
automatic radial features for outgoing calls, the system
will automatically re-use the last account code the user
entered at that station unless he or she enters a new
one before activating the redial feature.
(With Forced Positive Verification)
System users can employ account codes to identify
calls by category or by any other desired grouping so
that the system can print reports. The account code
entry can be voluntary or, beginning with software
release 13A, the programmer can arrange the system
so that the users are forced to enter an account code
before they can make an outgoing call. The system
compares the account code entered by a station user
with a list of programmed account entries.
In addition to turning on the account code feature,
enabling its verification, and making it either voluntary
or forced, the programmer must set the account code
length, specify the number of digits that the system will
verify, and make up the entire list of account codes
that the users will use. Account code length defines
the number of digits that a user must enter before the
system will accept the code. The length can range
from three to 16 digits but cannot be lower than the
verified account code length. The verified account
code length defines the number of digits that the
system will verify before it accepts an account code as
valid. As well, verified account code length defines the
number of valid account codes that a programmer can
store (as shown in the following table). A programmer
should be aware that when he or she changes the
verified account code length, the system automatically
empties the list of valid account codes.
The programmer must program the system so that it
verifies an entered account code as valid. If he or she
enables verification and the system cannot match an
account code that a user has dialed with the
programmed account code entries, the system will
sound an error tone if account code entry is voluntary,
or it will prevent the user from further dialing until he or
she enters a matching account code if account code
entry is forced.
A user must enter an account code either.before
dialing an outgoing call or after the distant party on an
incoming call has hung up. Additionally, users may
enter an account code before they select a line for an
outgoing call if they wish. When they enter an account
code without a line selection, the code will apply to any
line they subsequently select at that station. On
incoming and outgoing calls, the user who enters the
account code is associated with the call record except
when the call is transferred. On transferred calls, the
transferee is associated with the call record.
Digits Verified
3
4
56
798
9, 10
11,12
13,14
15,16
As a feature to LCD speakerphone users, the
programmer can arrange for a message to appear in
the telephone’s display to prompt the user to enter an
account code during incoming or before outgoing calls.
He or she can also assign the length of time that the
display appears. The user must enter account code
digits after the message appears. If the programmer
has set the system to verify code entry, it then makes
a verification attempt. If the system cannot verify the
account code it causes the display to show an error
message. The user may then re-enter the account
code at this point. If the verification attempt is
successful (or if the system does not require that the
code be verified), the display will return to its normal
Number of Valid Account Codes
1 0 0 0
400
266
200
160
133
114
100
Even though a programmer has arranged a system to
force users to enter account codes before making
calls, they can always dial certain programmer-defined
emergency numbers without an accompanying
account code entry. The system allows a maximum of
three programmable emergency numbers. The
minimum length of an emergency number is 1 digit
and the maximum length is 12 digits. Users may dial
emergency numbers manually, through system speed
dial, personal speed dial, last-number redial, or
automatic redial -- with or without account code entry.
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Account Codes - continued
Automatic Dialing Of Stored Numbers
Account Code Button
A programmer can use station class of service
programming to assign an account code button to any
programmable button location at a station as part of
the button mapping procedure. With this account code
button available, the user can press it and then dial an
account code without interrupting the call. Only the
user of the Account Code button will hear the DTMF
tones when he or she dials the code. The distant
on-line party will not hear the DTMF tones, and the
system will not place the line on hold. The user can
hear the distant on-line party while he or she is dialing
an account code. If the telephone does not provide an
account code button, the user must dial an intercom
code before he or she dials the account code digits.
Automatic Dialing
The system supports up to 22 automatic dial (autodial)
numbers per station. Autodial buttons can store up to
16 digits plus an intercom or line selection. Stored
digits include 9-0, +# and #. The system stores a
pause at any point where the HOLD button is pressed,
and stores a hookflash at any point where the TAP
button is pressed. Automatic dialing provides a way to
obtain one-button access to frequently used system
features. This feature does not require any class of
service to enable it.
All-Call Paging
Refer to the discussion titled Paging.
Analog Terminal Interface Support
With software release revision 8, the digital telephone
system supports the operation of the Analog Terminal
Interface (ATI-D). The ATI-D is a multipurpose
on-premise accessory with dual circuits that provide
an industry-standard telephone interface. This feature
adapts most industry-standard (IST) devices and the
ExecuMail voice processing system to the digital
telephone system. The ATI-D accepts both tone and
pulse (rotary) dialing from these devices. Each ATI-D
circuit will drive a load with a maximum ringer
equivalence number (REN) of 2.0 thus allowing more
than one IST connection at each ATI-D circuit input.
The ATI-D supports a wide variety of IST equipment
such as model 500 and 2500 telephones, cordless
telephones, answering machines, and FAX machines.
The ATI-D is housed in a metal enclosure ancj is
powered by the telephone system through the station
port connections. It contains a ringing generator to
generate a ringing signal for the IST devices.
Area Paging Interface
Refer to the paragraph titled External Paging interface
found in the discussion titled Paging.
Programmable DSWBLF
A station user can store one-button, direct station
selection (DSS) at any memory button location to
create a DSS memory button. When this button is
pressed, any active outside call, is automatically placed
on hold and an intercom call is automatically made to
that previously stored station number. The visual
indicators of the stations programmed at the button
locations form a busy lamp field (BLF). The BLF
conveys station status to the user. An autodial
number can also be programmed as a secondary
function at every DSS/BLF memory location. No class
of service is required.
Station Speed Dial
Each station provides 10 speed dial number locations
at the keypad buttons. Station speed dial numbers
can be up to 16 digits in length and can include line or
intercom selection, numbers, #, ++, pauses, and
hookflash signals. A user can store a pause by
pressing the HOLD button and store a hookflash
signal by pressing the TAP button.
System Speed Dial
The system provides 99 system-wide speed dial
numbers. The system speed dial numbers can be up
to thirty-two digits in length, and can include numbers,
#, +#, pauses, and hookflash signals. The attendant
programs the system speed dial numbers at station 10
or 12 for use at every station in the system. No class
of service programming’ is required.
Automatic Hold For Intercom
Assist Button
Refer to the discussion titled
Refer to the discussion titled Hold.
Messaging.
Automatic Hold - Transfer To Line
Automatic Callback
Refer to the discussion titled
Refer to the discussion titled Hold.
Intercom.
Automatic Pause Insertion
Refer to the discussions titled
Recfiahng.
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Description Of System Features
Account Codes - continued
Quantity Of Emergency Numbers For Forced
Account Codes
With software release 14A, the quantity of emergency
numbers that the forced account code feature
provides increases from three to 10. There is no
change in programming required to achieve this from
the method currently discussed in the programming
chapter of your system manual.
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Description of System Features
Automatic Redial (Of Busy
Number Or Unanswered Call)
Refer to the discussion titled Redialing.
Automatic Station Relocation
With this feature, the system will automatically
recognize a particular station should that station be
relocated to a new station port. When someone
places a telephone at a new port location, it will
continue to provide the same class of service
parameters and respond to the same extension
numbers as it did at the original station port. A
programmer must enable this system feature using
system class of service programming. As an added
feature when someone plugs an LCD speakerphone in
a new station port, the system will prompt the user on
the display to verify the relocation of features.
Auxiliary Equipment Interface
An installer can use the auxiliary equipment interface
to connect a telephone device or a data device to an
outside line ahead of the common equipment. The
system can detect an off-hook condition in a device
that an installer has connected to the auxiliary
equipment interface, and turn on the status light for
that line at telephones that have that line appearance.
It does this to indicate that the line is busy and not
available for station use. Auxiliary equipment interface
connections provide connections to lines 2 and 4. A
user cannot interrupt an external device by pressing
the line button unless the line has been programmed
to be non-private.
Auxiliary Ringer Interface
Refer to the discussion titled Ringing.
Background Music
Refer to the discussion titled Music features.
Basic Key Service (1 A2) Emulation
The system provides all of the basic, lA2-type, key
service features. These features are: selective line
pickup, common line pickup, multiline pickup, and
hold. No special class of service programming is
required.
Battery Back-Up
Battery Back-Up (Chassis, Cable, And Batteries)
The manufacturer offers battery back-up assemblies
including chassis, cable, fuses, and batteries as
optional kits available through normal distribution
channels. The assemblies are designed so that
installers can connect them directly to the
uninterruptable power source (UPS) interface located
on~the-common equipment chassis. The system does
not require any action from the telephone user to
make it operate on battery power nor does it require
any class of service programming action on the
programmer’s part.
Battery Back-Up Interface
The common equipment cabinet provides an interface
for an optional battery back-up kit to give full
uninterrupted system power in case of an AC power
loss. The switching and charge circuitry are in the
common equipment, while the batteries, chassis, and
cable are packaged as a separate option. When
plugged into an active AC power source the common
equipment will constantly charge the attached
batteries. Built-in circuitry automatically switches to
battery power when AC power is lost. With batteries
at full charge, a fully loaded system will operate for a
minimum of one hour without AC power.
Block Programming
Refer to the discussion titled Class Of Service.
Call Announce With Handsfree
Answerback
Refer to the discussion titled Intercom.
Description Of System Features
Call Costing And Station Message Detail
Accounting Reports
The system provides built-in, estimated costing of all
outside calls. It also provides station message detail
accounting (SMDA) printout reports of all costed calls
as well as displaying call costs on LCD
speakerphones.
Call costing, in general, provides a means of
establishing costs to be applied to outside calls made
from system telephones. Call costing computes
charges for a call after it is completed. It does not
restrict dialing as toll restriction does. Call costs are
based on a two-tier time rate and includes a line
surcharge cost. A programmer can program
allowances for call set-up and minimum call duration.
The system provides several ways of determining call
costing making it is possible to apply reasonable rates
for the entire country.
The system will automatically provide a report
whenever the costed call storage reaches 95 percent
of capacity. Additionally, the programmer can arrange
for these reports to be printed automatically at a
specific time of day.
There are five different SMDA reports which can be
produced:
Detailed report sorted by stations
a Detailed report sorted by account codes
0 Line summary report
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Department summary report
l
Department Call Distribution (DCD)
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A general output of all records
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Upon completion of report printing, the telephone
attendant can delete all records the system used for
the reports. The system will not delete any call
records created between the time the report printout
was started and completed. If the attendant does not
delete the reports after they are printed, a later
command to delete records’will delete all records at
that point and not just the ones that were printed in the
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previously generated reports. The programmer can
take programming action to always delete the records
after they have been printed. The attendant has the
ability to request particular reports to be printed at any
time they are required.
The programmer can establish account codes to allow
system users to identify calls by category or by any
other desired grouping so that the system can report
costing by that category or grouping. Further, the
programmer can define department numbers and
assign stations to different departments so that the
system can produce call cost reports on a
department-by-department basis.
Programmers must use call costing and SMDA
reporting class of service programming to set the
costing features, and assign stations to specific SMDA
departments using the station class of service
programming. He or she can also enable the LCD
speakerphone display of costed calls through station
class of service programming.
SMDA Reporting Through VDT Programming and
Per-Station SMDA
With the release of software revision 13A, the
programmer can use the VDT programming option to
request that the system send SMDA reports to either
data port A or data port B for printout. It is also
possible to use this feature remotely through a data
communications arrangement to capture SMDA
reports. In addition to this VDT enhancement, this
software release allows the system to provide SMDA
station reports for individual stations when the
attendant requests them by dialing certain code
numbers at station 10 or 12. Note, however, that the
system can provide only one station report at a time.
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR)
The SMDR feature generates a call record for printing
as soon as the system collects the record. It presents
the call record at an FE-232 level as ASCII transmit
data in an 80column format at the data port available
for that purpose.
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Description Of System Features
Call Forwarding
Call Forwarding Dn All Calls
This feature allows a station user to designate another
station or the attendant station as the recipient of all
calls normally directed to ring at his or her station. If
the user has call forwarding enabled when the
attendant activates night transfer of ringing, the
system fowards the night ringing assignment of the
users station. Calls that the system forwards to a
recipient station can be forwarded again by that station
user to another station. Thus, two levels of call
forwarding on all calls can occur, first, from station A
to station B and then, from station B to station C. As a
reminder that call forwarding is enabled, a short tone
burst will occur at the user’s station for each intercom
call that it receives while its calls are forwarded.
When the programmer has assigned a call forward
button to a station, its associated LED will turn on to
indicate that the feature is enabled when the user
presses it; however, if the call forward button is
programmed as a second level to a DSS/BLF button,
the system reserves the LED indication for BLF
indication. On LCD speakerphones that are recipients
of call forwarding, the display will indicate the
extension number or station name for the station from
which an intercom call was forwarded.
Call Forwarding - Personal
Call forwarding of personal calls allows a station user
to designate another station number (or the attendant
station number) to be the recipient of intercom and
prime line calls normally directed to that user’s station.
For each intercom call received while call forward is
enabled, a ring reminder (short tone burst) will be
sounded at the forwarding station to remind the user
that his or her calls are being forwarded. On LCD
speakerphones that are recipients of call forwarding,
the display will indicate the extension number or
station name for the station from which an intercom
call was forwarded,.
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Call Park
Refer to the discussiontitled
Hold.
Call Pickup
Directed Call Pickup
A station user can dial a code, followed by the
extension number of a ringing station, to answer the
ringing call.
the call, that user may dial the group pickup code and
answer the call. Four different groups can exist with
any number of stations in a group. Overlap is provided
by allowing stations to be in more than one group thus
enabling those stations to pick up for stations in more
than one group. The programmer must place the
system stations in logical answering groups by group
them together using the station class of service
programming.
Call Transfer
Screened Call Transfer
Screened call transfer allows station users to transfer
outside calls from one station to another, via the
intercom link, in one of two ways. If both stations have
access to the.line., a user effects a common line pickup
transfer. If the other station does not have access to
the incoming line, the user uses the
transfer/conference button to effect the transfer. For a
screened transfer, the transferring user precedes the
transfer with an announcement to the party that is to
receive the transferred call.
Unscreened Call Transfer
A user can transfer a call to anotherstation without
first announcing it. The transferred call will camp-on to
the other station where it will ring and await an
answer. The call will automatically ring back to the
transferring station after a programmable recall period.
There is no limit as to how many calls users can
camp-on to another station. A transferred call will only
ring if the station is idle. If the station is busy, the call
will wait until it is idle before it rings. The programmer
can use the system class of service programming to
set the recall time for an unanswered transferred call.
Unanswered Call Transfer Recall Timing
A transferred call that is unanswered after a
pre-programmed length of time will return to the
station that transferred it. The system will return the
call to both attendant stations when the tandem
attendant feature is enabled. When LCD
speakerphones are employed, the display will show
the station number or name as well as the line number
that is being recalled. The system class of service
programming determines the recall time for an
unanswered call transfer.
Call Waiting Tone
A telephone user can signal a busy station with the
call waiting tone to indicate that he or she wishes to
contact them. Users dial a special code to activate the
call waiting tone.
Group Call Pickup
If a call rings to any station in a pre-programmed
group and another user in the group wishes to answer
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Caller Identification (ID) Service Support
The system will dial those numbers that are present in
the 6-digit table as local calls even if they are in
different area codes.
The central office sends caller ID data along lines that
it has assigned to the Caller ID service. Caller ID
information is displayed at a system LCD
speakerphone only if the programmer assigns it to the
Caller ID service, and then only for those Caller ID
lines that are assigned to that station and arranged to
perform as follows:
All Caller ID features require that the Caller ID decoder
device (product code CID08) deliver Caller ID data to
the system’s RS-232 data port B. The programmer
must configure this port to match the output of the
Caller ID decoder device. The recommended
configuration is 9600 baud, with eight data bits and
one stop bit. He or she must use VDT programming
to do this.
ring audibly
can be answered by user pressing button for the
ringing line
are transferred to the station
fhe station receives Caller ID data for a call between
the first and second rings. A programmer can enable
the first ring for a line assigned to Caller ID to be either
audible or silent. Selecting the “silent” option insures
that the Caller ID data is displayed prior to ringing,
which nearly eliminates the loss of Caller ID data due
to premature answering.
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Caller ID distribution is in the form of messages which
specify the Caller ID data for lines with incoming calls,
and identify the stations answering such lines. The
data is in the ASCII format and is suitable for use with
PC-based application programs.
Calling Station Identification On BLF
If a user has stored the station number of a calling
station into the direct station select/busy lamp field
(DSWBLF) of his or her station, the flashing of the
corresponding BLF light will identity the caller. The
BLF lights also indicate the status of the.DSS
telephone using the department pilot number.
Station users may automatically retrieve and dial the
last Caller ID number displayed at a station by using a
preprogrammed SAVE recovery button. Because the
programmer can store the local area code and up to
100 6-digit area code and local office codes, ten-digit
Caller ID numbers can automatically be transformed
into a format that can be dialed (seven-, eight-, and
eleven-digit Caller ID numbers are already in a format
that can be dialed and do not need to be transformed).
Class Of Service Pro ramming
(From Main Sta9 ion)
Refer to the discussion titled Class of Service.
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Class Of Service
re-locating the station and line wiring. A programmer
can use line and station class of service programming
are used to reassign stations and lines.
Block Programming
A programmer can assign a particular line or station’s
class of service to an entire block of lines or stations
with one programming action. This feature eliminates
the need for him or her to individually program stations
and lines with the same class of service. A
programmer can perform a block programming class
of service after he or she has programmed a station
class of service or line class of service for a particular
station or line.
Class Of Service Programming (Video Display Terminal)
A programmer can use an asynchronous, serial data
terminal with an W-232 interface to effect class of
service programming through menu-driven
procedures. VDT programming provides a
menu-driven approach to programming that is
discussed in Chapter 4.
Class Of Service Program Printout
The common equipment provides serial data ports that
the installer can use to interface an RS-232
compatible, asynchronous serial data printer to the
system. The connected.printer will provide a printout
of class of service and toll restriction records. The
programmer can use the data printer service class of
service programming procedure to specify the nature
and extent of each requested printout. He or she can
use the system class of service programming to
specify the bit-length and baud rate of the data.
Class Of Service Programming (From Main Station)
Class of service (COS) programming is used by the
installer/programmer to configure and assign all
system, line, station, and special purpose operating
features. The installer/programmer enters COS
programming by dialing an access code over the
intercom line. System administrators can enter COS
programming with another code to reprogram any
system, station, or special purpose operating feature
that may require change at a later date. Line
reprogramming ability is not available through system
administration programming. The system attendant
can reprogram certain system-wide features that
require periodic change by entering COS
programming with another code provided for this
purpose. The station user can program individual
stations for speed dial, autodial and direct station
selection (DSS) by entering COS with a code provided
for that purpose. Thus, COS programming is arranged
with a hierarchical order from the highest(the
installer/programmer) to the lowest (the station user)
level with a higher level programmer having the ability
to do anything a lower level programmer can do
without exiting a current programming mode.
However, only the station user can program the speed
dial and autodial locations at a telephone.
Default Functional Program
At initial power-up, the system sets the operating
features to a specific group of operating conditions
(default conditions). The default conditions provide a
complete operating system for normal use. The
installer can leave the system defaulted or reprogram
as desired. After a programmer has reprogrammed a
system, he or she can re-default it by using the
system, line, and station class of service programming
or use a master clear to default the entire system and
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erase all stored programmable button information.
Remote Programming And Administration
Both remote class of service programming and the
transmission of SMDR data for printing are available
through serial data ports. The system supports X-on
X-off terminal control codes as well as a DTR signal
for handshaking. The system data communications
operates per the popular XMODEM protocol. The
database can be uploaded or downloaded, error free,
from or to a remote computer that is running software
that supports the XMODEM protocol. The two serial
data ports allow VDT programming (either local or
remote) to be conducted through one port at the same
time that the other port is being used to send SMDR
data for printing. VDT programming of the system is
menu driven.
All class of service (COS) programming is performed
from station 10 or 12. Any station and console
combination will function in this mode and provide
visual feedback with the LED associated with the
programming button. By employing an LCD
speakerphone, however, the programmer will have the
benefit of display prompts and verifications to simplify
and clarify the programming procedures. Class of
service programming access is as follows:
Flexible Station And Line Class Of Service Control
The extension number of a station and all other
programmable attributes that are initially assigned to a
particular station port and the line, along with all
programmable line attributes that are initially
connected to a particular line port can be re-assigned
to a different port through programming action. This
feature allows adds, moves, and changes without
Common Audible
Ringer Interface
Refer to the discussion titled Ringing.
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Conferencing
Add-On Conferencing
With this feature, a user at a station that is operating in
a private mode can add up to four other stations to an
outside call.
Multiline Conferencing
This feature will allow one station to access up to four
outside lines at the same time resulting in a
conference arrangement. The user employs the
transfer/conference button to effect the conference.
Unsupervised Conferencing
After a user has established a conference between an
internal party and a maximum of two external parties,
this feature allows the internal party to drop out of the
conference by dialing a special code. The conference
between the two outside parties continues in an
unsupervised
condition.
Console Support
Beginning with software release 8, the digital
telephone system supports the installation and use of
a DigiTech DD32X and an Americom XD64X
DSSIBLF console at any available station port. With
software release 12A, console support is extended to
include the lmpacr IB64X console as well. The
number of installed consoles is limited only by port
availability; however, since a console complements a
companion telephone located in an adjacent station
port, the installer can use up to one-half of the
available station ports for consoles. In addition with the
dual console feature (discussed later), a full two-thirds
of the total station port capacity is available for console
use.
Beginning with software revision of 9, an installer can
assign two consoles to one telephone. This feature is
especially useful when used with DigiTech DD32X
consoles and a G1832 system that has one or two
GM408 expansion modules included with it. This dual
console feature allows a station user to monitor up to
48 stations from one station location using 32-button
consoles.
An installer can install the first console at the station
port that is logic-paired with the station that he or she
wishes to complement. An installer can install the
second console at any station port except 10 or 11
and, use class of service programming to assign it to
the same station port that is logic-paired with the first
console.
An installer can install a DD32X, XD64X, or IB64X
console at any station port and assign it to a station
without first installing a console at the station’s
logic-paired port. This configuration is convenient for
adding a console to an existing telephone installation
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that already has its logic-paired port occupied;
however, one must not this configuration for assigning
a console to station ports 10 and 12 because the
console buttons will not be usable for programming.
As discussed above, this feature is also useful for
adding a second console to a station that already has
a paired console installed with it.
The digital telephone system automatically recognizes
a console when its connected to a station port and
automatically assigns station intercom numbers to the
console buttons for direct station selection (DSS)
purposes with associated busy lamp field (BLF) status
lights. However, the console buttons are fully
programmable and the station user can customize
them as he or she see fit by programming them as
DSS buttons or as automatic dialing (autodial) buttons.
When the user programs the buttons for DSS use,
autodial capability is also available at a secondary
level at each DSS button. All 32 buttons on the DD32X
console and the first 48 buttons on the XD64X and
IB64X are programmable for DSS and/or autodial use.
While the first XD32X console (the one installed at the
logic-paired port) extends the autodial buttons of the
paired telephone by 32 and provides DSS/SLF
coverage for station ports 10 through 41, the second
XD32X console (the one installed at the programmed
station port) provides DSSIBLF coverage as follows:
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On a 32-station system with two 8-station
expansion modules, the first 16 buttons are
automatically assigned (defaulted) to station ports
42 through 57 for DSS purposes.
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On a 32-station system with one 8-station
expansion module, the first 8 buttons are
automatically assigned (defaulted) to station ports
42 through 49 for DSS purposes.
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On any other smaller station capacity system, all
buttons are unassigned.
When an installer installs a console and programs it to
complement a telephone without first having a console
installed at a port that is logic-paired to that telephone,
its button assignment is automatically defaulted, as
described above, but the user can reprogram it as
required. It is important to remember that when a
programmer programs for a second console, the
system sets the console button mapping to that which
is described above. When a programmer clear the
assignment, the system resets the button mapping to
match a logic-paired console. This means that when
the second console feature is cleared, the console
installed at that port complements the telephone that is
installed at its logic-paired port instead of the
telephone that is located at the program designated
port, and its buttons are automatically reassigned to
stations 10 through 41 (through station port 57 with
1864X and XD64X consoles).
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department lines and calls that are transferred to a
department from within the system search for an idle
station in that department. The system distributes
department calls evenly throughout the department
stations for answering with individual stations having
the ability to be taken out of service as necessary.
The system places calls received on department lines
and calls that are transferred to a department from
within the system in a queue for servicing. It assigns
new calls, transferred calls, and held calls a time
stamp so that they will be serviced in the order of their
arrival.
In addition to the DSS support that the consoles
provide to the telephone, the first DD32X console
provides COS programming buttons Cl0 through C41
and the second console provides COS programming
buttons C42 through C57 when they are needed. You
will not need the second IB64X or XD64X consoles for
programming purposes since the first one provides
complete program button coverage.
Data Security
This data security feature will prevent any type of tone
(DTMF, camp-on, barge-in, etc.) from interrupting a
call that is active on a port programmed with the
feature. This prevents interference to non-voice
communications from occurring when the port is being
used as a data port (when operating a modem through
an ATI-D port for, example). The programmer can use
station class of service programming to enable a data
security port.
The system allows up to four departments and allows
up to 16 stations (plus one overflow station) in each
one. The programmer can assign a station to more
than one-department, if desired.. Since the ,
programmer can assign a station to more than one
department, she or he can add the attendant station to
serve as the overflow station for all departments if
desired. The programmer can assign separate pilot
numbers (extension numbers) to each department that
the users can use for making intercom calls or doing
call transfers to the department.
Default Functional Program
Refer to the discussion titled Class of Service.
The direct department calling feature requires that the
programmer assign lines and stations to a department.
It does not require that he or she assign department
lines to appear at buttons on department stations. If a
site requires that a particular department line must
appear at a particular department station, the
programmer can assign it; however, the programmer
must ensure that neither direct nor delayed ringing is
enabled for that line at that station.
Default Toll Restriction
Refer to the discussion titled
Toll Restriction.
Delayed Ringing
Refer to the discussion titled Ringing.
Departmental Callii;oktribution
(DCD)
Refer to the discussion titled Direct Department
Calling With Departmental Call Distribution (DCD).
An incoming call searches for the first station availabte
to answer a call. If all stations in a department are
busy or ring with no answer (RNA call), the call will go
to the overflow station in that department (if one has
been programmed). If there is no overflow station
programmed, the call continues to try the department
stations until it is answered or dropped by the caller.
The caller continues to receive ringback tone until the
call is answered. The overflow station can service the
call or transfer it back to the department using the
department pilot number. When the call is transferred
back to the department by an overflow station, it will
not return to the overflow station until that station is
idle and has no ringing calls either new or transferred.
Instead, the call will camp-on at the department and
wait for a station to become idle. The caller will
receive music while on hold if the system is so
equipped. To provide reassurance to the caller during
ringing it is recommended that a music source be
connected to the system. The call will remain in a held
state until it is answered or until the department
transfer recall timeout period has ended.
Designated Programmable Buttons
Designated programmable buttons are those that the
programmer assigns to a station using the button
mapping procedures that are a part of station class of
service programming. These buttons provide
one-button access to a broad range of features. While
the programmer must assign most designated buttons,
the station users can assign the auto redial button and
the response message button themselves.
Dial 0 For System Attendant
The system attendant station (station 10) is signalled
whenever anyone dials the digit 0 on the intercom line.
Direct Department Calling With
Departmental Call Distribution (DCD)
The system enhances direct department calling with
departmental call distribution (DCD) and provides a
means by which outside lines can be assigned to one
of four different departments. Calls received on
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When the recall timeout period has ended, the call will
return to the transferring station.
Intercom calls that are made to the department will
test the department stations for busy or a RNA. If all
stations are busy, a busy tone is returned to the caller.
Intercom calls will not camp-on at the department but
will go to the overflow station. Further, the system
camp-on feature cannot be used to camp-on to a
department.
Subsequent calls to a department on a particular line
always try the next station in the department from
whichever station serviced the last call on that line.
To understand this, assume a department with
stations 15, 16, and 12 assigned as department
members 1,2, and 3. Further assume lines 1,2, and
3 are programmed to ring in this department. To
create a randomizing effect, the system tracks for
each line which department member (1,2, or 3)
serviced it last. When the next call arrives on line 1,
for instance, the system makes a search for the next
idle department member after the last one that
serviced a call on line 1. Since there are several lines
assigned to the department and conversation times
and wrap-up times vary, a natural random distribution
of calls on lines 1,2, and 3 at stations 15, 16, and 12
will occur. Further, since the system is keeping track
on a per line basis of the servicing stations as
department members instead of station numbers, the
programmer could rearrange the department list
without having any effect on call distribution. As the
programmer adds more stations to a department, the
randomizing effect improves.
Since the RNA time of a station is a programmable
feature, department stations can be set to have a
short RNA time to allow a call to search rapidly
through a department for an answer.
The station user sets the wrap-up mode by pressing
SHIFT DND and presses these buttons again to clear
the wrap-up mode.
It should be noted that the departments formed for use
with this direct department calling feature are different
from those departments used in SMDA reporting.
Assign department transfer recall time (unanswered
call transfer recall time feature) using the system class
of service programming. Assign lines for direct
department calling using the line class of service
programming. Assign department stations, access
codes to departments (flexible numbering feature),
and busy/RNA timeout (call forward - busy feature)
using the station class of service programming.
Departmental Calling Distribution (DCD) Report
The attendant station can request a Departmental
Calling Distribution (DCD) report that provides a
compilation of department call activity. The statistics
that are reported are based on the department
assignments that are active at the time of the report
and are extracted from the SMDR records collected by
the system. For a report to be generated, a
department must exist. All calls that are included in
the DCD report, must meet the following conditions
before they are reported as department calls:
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They must be incoming calls. Outgoing calls are
not reported in the DCD report.
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The port number of the line which received the call
must be one that is assigned to a department.
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The port number of the station which answered
the call must be assigned to a department.
A DCD report consists of the following columns of
information:
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Station Number: The station name or extension
number of the station being reported.
Idle Time: The amount of time that the station is
on-hook and available to answer a call.
When an outside or transferred call is ringing at a
department station, the station user can press the
pre-programmed Do Not Disturb (DND) button to
place the station in an off-duty condition. While
off-duty, all outside and transferred calls skip to the
next department station. This off-duty condition
remains set until the DND button is pressed again to
place the station back in service. When the overflow
station is set to DND, all incoming and transferred
calls will return to the department queue.
Dept. Calls: The amount of time spent on incoming
calls that rang into the department and calls that
were transferred to the department.
Hold lime: The amount of time that department
calls spent in an on-hold state at a particular station.
Avg. Dept. Calls: The average time per call
(including on-hold time)that a station spent on a call.
Wrap-Up Time: The time that a station spent in a
wrap-up mode doing such things as follow-up
paperwork. While a station is in a wrap-up mode, it
does not receive department calls. The station user
sets a wrap-up mode by pressing SHIFT DND and
repeats the procedure to clear the wrap-up mode.
A department station can also be taken out of service
and placed in a wrap-up mode to provide the user time
for doing such things as follow-up paperwork. While a
station is in a wrap-up mode, all outside and
transferred calls skip to the next department station.
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Missed Calls: The total number of calls that are not
answered at a station and that are cycled by the
system to another station for answering.
Other Calls: This is a summation of the time spent
on outgoing call activity, incoming call activity on
non-department lines, plus all intercom call activity.
On-Duty Time: The on-duty time includes a
summation of idle time, department call time,
wrap-up time, and other call time.
Off-Duty Time: The time that a station spent in a do
not disturb mode. While in a do-not-disturb
condition, a station is not available to receive calls.
The station user sets a do-not-disturb mode by
pressing DND and repeats the procedure to clear
the do not disturb mode.
Unanswered Calls: Total number of calls that went
unanswered at a department.
Calls Answered After 36 Seconds: Total number
of calls that waited at least 36 seconds
(approximately six rings from the CO) before being
answered.
Calls Handled By Overflow Station: Total number
of calls that were answered and transferred by the
overflow station and then answered and serviced by
another station.
Calls Terminated At Overflow Station: Total
number of calls that were received by the overflow
station and were either answered but not
transferred or were dropped by the caller before
being answered.
Direct Inward Station Dialing (DISD)
The DISD feature allows an external party to call an
intercom station directly without assistance by the
attendant. The DISD call must be received on a line
which has been specially programmed to allow this
feature. Any line can be programmed to be a DISD
line for both the normal mode of operation and the
night transfer (of ringing) mode of operation.
The number of rings which occurs on a DISD line
before it is answered is programmable. By setting a
large number of rings, time is allowed for a call to be
serviced in a regular manner by stations that have a
line appearance for the DISD line. Setting the number
of rings to 0 disables the line for DISD use. If a line is
to be dedicated for DISD use, it is a good practice to
set it for one ring. The amount of time allowed for an
Description Of System Features
extension number to be dialed is programmable and a
DISD assist station can be programmed to answer
calls that are not completed during this dial time limit.
When a DISD line is called, it rings for a programmed
number of rings. If the call is not answered in a
normal manner by a station with the line appearance
during this time, the system answers it and presents a
DISD dial tone to the caller. The system then waits for
an extension number to be dialed from the calling
telephone. Only one DISD line is serviced at a time;
therefore, an incoming call could ring for more than the
programmed number of rings if a DISD call is being
serviced when a second DISD call is received.
When a valid extension number is dialed, a
confirmation tone is sounded, the system attempts a
transfer, and thecalled station rings if it is idle. If a
called station does not answer within the transfer
recall timeout period, the call is returned to DISD dial
tone. If the called station has the call forward feature
set, the forwarded station rings. If a called station is
busy, the call is placed on hold and camped-on at the
busy station. If the camp-on is not answered within
the transfer recall timeout period, a busy tone is given
followed by DISD dial tone. The system will return the
caller to DISD dial tone two additional times and then
drop the line (a total of three attempts are made).
NOTE: If the busy called station is part of a hunt
group, the DISD call is routed to an idle station in the
hunt group. If no idle stations are found, the call is
camped-on at the dialed station. The hunt group is not
followed in the case of a ring-no-answer (RNA).
If an invalid extension number is dialed, an error tone
is sounded before the DISD dial tone is returned. If a
mistake in dialing is made, the caller can dial a #+ for ‘a
new DISD dial tone. The system will return the caller
to DISD dial tone two additional times and then drop
the line. If extension number dialing is not completed
within the programmed dial time limit, the call is routed
to the DISD assist station if one is programmed;
otherwise, the line is dropped. If the assist station is
busy (call will camp-on at the assist station) or if the
assist station does not answer before the transfer
recall timeout period, the system will return the caller
to DISD dial tone. If extension number dialing is not
completed within the dial time limit this time, the line is
dropped.
The installer should connect a music source to the
system so the music can provide a reassurance to the
caller during a camp-on situation when the DISD
feature is being used.
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Direct Station Call Hold (Station Park)
This feature allows a station user to park a call at a
specific station where it will be held without ringing. A
feature code plus a station extension number can be
dialed over the intercom line to park the call or a
programmable button can be programmed to provide a
“directed hold” to a specific station. The parked call is
picked up by directed station by dialing a feature code.
It can be picked up at any station through the use of
the call pickup feature. No class of service is required.
Also refer to the discussions titled Call Pick-Up Directed and Call Park.
Direct Station Selection (DSS)
Programmable
Refer to the discussion titled
Programmable DSSBLF.
Distinctive Ringing
Refer to the discussion titled
Ringing.
Do Not Disturb
Any station can be set to a do-not-disturb mode (DND)
using the designated DND programmable button and
associated indicator (indicator will light when DND is
active). While in the DND mode, the station will not
ring on any incoming call nor will it accept an intercom
call. A party making an intercom call to a station set in
the do-not-disturb mode hears a fast busy tone. The
feature cannot be overridden by the calling party
unless the override feature is enabled. The DND
feature is used with the departmental calling feature to
provide a station wrap-up mode and a station off-duty
mode.
Do Not Disturb Inhibit
The system can be programmed to inhibit any station
from entering the DND mode. System class of service
programming is used to program this feature.
Do Not Disturb Override
Stations can be provided with DND override capability
which will allow them to call a station that is set in the
DND mode. The Executive/Attendant Override feature
must also be active for DND override feature to
function. Station class of service programming is used
to assign this feature.
Dual Console Support
Refer to the discussion titled
Console Support.
Dual Intercom
Refer to the discussion titled
Intercom.
Dynamic Line Buttons
Through class of service programming, the
programmer can arrange certain idle line buttons to
serve as dynamic line buttons. This feature allows the
system to temporarily assign a line to a station that
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normally does not have the line assigned to it, and
have that line appear on a dynamic line button. While
the call is appearing on the dynamic line button (LED
on), any normal call handling operations can be
performed. Station class of service programming
allows certain buttons to be programmed as dynamic
line buttons
End-To-End Signalling
End-To-End Signalling On Intercom
After an intercom call has been established with an
ATI-D port, the system can continue to send dialing
signals (DTMF tones) through the intercom path. This
feature can be performed from every station in the
system, and is used by peripherals such as voice mail
equipment.
End-To-End Signalling On Lines
After an outside call has been established, the system
can continue to send dialing signals (DTMF tones)
through the telco network and have them received at
the distant end for inward call completion (bank by
phone, etc.). This conventional, off-hook dialing
feature can be performed from every station in the
system.
Exclusive Hold
Refer to the discussion titled Hold.
Exclusive Hold System-Wide
Enable/Disable
Refer to the discussion titled Hold.
Executive/Attendant
Override
This feature allows the user of a station, upon
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encountering a busy signal at another station, to dial a
code that will override the busy signal of a call, sound
a warning tone, and allow access to the existing
conversation. This feature is enabled through station
class of service programming.
External Paging Interface
Refer to the discussion titled
Paging.
Feature Inhibit
A large array of individual features can be disabled
system-wide to provide a basic telephone system. A
basic telephone system is useful for installation
environments where a large proportion of the stations
are accessible to unauthorized users thus subject to
tampering or for environments where station users
must be limited as to the variety of features allowed to
them. Features are disabled by system class of
service. Once disabled, they can enabled by turning
on all features at once using the system default
programming.
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Description Of System Features
Flexible Ringing Assignments
Refer to the discussion titled Ringing.
Flexible Ringing Assignments Of PA Port
Refer to the discussion titled Ringing.
Flexible Station And Line
Class Of Service Control
Refer to the discussion titled Class Of Service.
Flexible Station Numbering Plan
Refer to the discussion titled SquareIVon-Square
Configumrion.
Full Button Programmability Of Features
Refer to the discussion titled Programmable
f3uttons.
Handsfree Answer Inhibit
Refer to the discussion titled Mute.
Headset Capability
Certain proprietary LCD speakerphones include an
auxiliary jack that provides an interface for a headset.
To use a headset, the user merely plugs it into the
telephone auxiliary jack and presses the appropriate
button on his or her telephone to enable the headset
mode. The telephone transfers its speakerphone
function to the headset. To enhance the headset
usefulness, the system delivers subdued off-hook
voice announce (SOHVA) messages to the headset
when it is in use.
Hold
Abandoned Hold Release
If an on-hold party hangs up at the COIPBX end of a
connection, causing an interruption in the line current,
the system will drop the line from the hold condition
and return it to service. The time interval between
hang-up and line-drop is programmable in line class of
service programming with choices of either 50 msec or
350 msec. This feature is usually dependent upon
special arrangements that must be made at the CO
end of the connection. The line select indicator will
turn off to indicate an idle line after a call on that line
hasbeenabandoned.
Automatic Hold For Intercom
If a user selects the second intercom line while a call
is active on the first intercom line, this automatic hold
feature lets the system automatically place the first
intercom call on hold. Use station class of service
programming to enable this feature.
Automatic Hold - Transfer To Intercom (Answer Hold)
If a user selects the intercom line while an outside line
call is active, this system feature causes the system to
automatically place the outside call on hold. This
feature does not require class of service programming
to enable it.
Automatic Hold - Transfer To Line
A programmer can use class of service programming
to make this system feature available to selected
stations. When enabled, a user can press any line
button and cause an active line to automatically go on
hold. This feature allows a user to move from line to
line without having to press the HOLD button to place
any current calls on hold. Use station class of service
programming to enable this feature at the desired
stations.
Call Park
The call park feature is similar to a manual hold
condition. A user can park a call a particular station
and retrieve it at any station in the system by dialing
the appropriate access code. (Note: the retrieving
station must have access to the line on which the call
appears.) Calls are parked and retrieved within the
system through the use of dialing codes. The system
provides nine parking circuits (orbits). Call park, when
used with the paging features, allows a system
attendant to direct calls to roving personnel. A call
that is left in a parking orbit for preprogrammed length
of time automatically returns to a timed hold recall
condition at the station where the user originally
parked the call.
Exclusive Hold
Exclusive hold prohibits a held call from being
retrieved by any other station. The exclusive hold
condition also links the held call to the timed hold
recall timeout feature. After timeout, the system
causes audible and visual signalling to occur reverts
the exclusive hold condition to a normal line hold
condition.
Exclusive Hold System-Wide Enable/Disable
This feature allows programmers to use system class
of service programming to enable or disable exclusive
hold capability on a system-wide basis.
Manual Hold
A button activated feature at each station will place an
outside line on hold. When a user presses the HOLD
button while on a call, the system places the call on
hold, provides a distinctive flash rate of the line button
indicator, and allows the user to access other station
features. A user at the holding station or at any other
station that has access to the line can retrieve the held
call.
Timed Hold Recall
After a call has been on hold for a programmed length
of time the system will re-call the station that placed
the call on hold. The programmer sets the timed hold
recall time period using system class of service
programming.
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Description Of System Features
I Hold And I Use Indications
Intercom call to station already busy on intercom
rings in subdued fashion and flashes indicator
associated with other intercom button.
With both intercom lines busy, a third intercom call
results in a subdued off-hook voice announce (if
enabled) at busy station.
Pressing a DSS button while on an active
intercom call will drop the distant party unless the
automatic hold feature is enabled for the intercom
line through class of service programming. The
hold button can be used, however, to place an
intercom call on hold before selecting the other
intercom line for use.
Any action taken on the intercom by a station
being observed via the service observing feature
will cause the observing station to return to an idle
state.
The light associated with a line button provides a
visual indication of the status of that line. When a
station user has a line in-use or on-hold at a station,
the light indication provided at that station is of a
different color than the indication provided at the other
stations in the system. No class of service
programming is required.
Idle Line Preference
Refer to the discussion titled Line Feature&
Industry-Standard Telephone Support
Refer to the discussion titled
Interface Support.
Analog Terminal
Intercom Features
Automatic Callback
If a telephone user encounters a busy tone or a ring
no-answer after calling an intercom station, She or he
can dial a special code number that will cause the
system to automatically ring both the user’s telephone
and the one that he or she was calling. This automatic
callback occurs after the busy station becomes idle or
after the user at the ring no-answer station takes some
action at it that indicates to the system that it is
available to be answered. No class of service
programming is required to enable this feature.
Call Announce With Handsfree Answerback
The internal loudspeaker at each station provides
call-announce capability over the intercom link. A user
can make a handsfree response to a call-announce
call without lifting the handset.
The user can use the MUTE button to block all
handsfree answerback
response. This arrangement
will prevent a station user from monitoring another
station site using the monitoring ability of the voice
announce feature. When a user presses the MUTE
button, all handsfree answerback is disabled thus
inhibiting any off-site monitoring. The MUTE light
turns on steady to indicate that this feature is active.
Dual Intercom
This feature provides for two separate intercom lines
at the same station. One intercom line is fixed and is
accessed with the Intercom button. The other
intercom line is programmable and is accessed by a
programmable button selected for that purpose by
class of service programming. Calls are handled on
the intercom lines in much the same manner as
outside calls are handled using the line buttons.
Special considerations are as follows:
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Distant party hang-up causes intercom link to drop.
The station class of service button mapping procedure
assigns a programmable button to serve as the
second intercom button.
Intercom Call Progress Tones
Intercom call progress is marked by special tones. A
steady tone is provided for dial tone. Ring-back tone
is one second on and three seconds off. For tone
signalled intercom calls, a two-tone burst is sounded
every four seconds at a called station and returned to
the caller as ring-back. For a voice signalled intercom
call, a single tone burst is sounded at a called station.
When a called station is busy, a busy signal of
one-haff second on and one-half second off is
received at the calling station. A fast busy tone will be
supplied when the called station is in the do not disturb
mode. ATI-D ports are only supplied with the regular
busy tone since fast busy tones could interfere with
the operation of some accessories that can be
connected to this port.
Intercom Hunt Group
Station ports can be assigned to intercom hunt groups.
When a station that is assigned to a hunt group is
busy or is a ring-no-answer (RNA), a call to it will ring
at the next idle station in the group. A hunt group can
be terminal or circular. A call will route down a terminal
group from the called station until it finds an idle
station or reaches the end of the group. A call will
search around a circular group until it encounters an
idle station or until all stations in the circular group are
searched. The ringing time at any one station is
programmable. Hunt groups are created through
station class of service programming.
Intercom Line Timeout
Should the intercom line be selected with no dialing or
other action taking place, the intercom will timeout
after 65 seconds, and return to an idle state.
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Intercom Features - continued
Tone Or Voice Signalling
The system allows intercom calls to be tone signalled
or voice signalled as the users desire; however, the
programmer uses system class of service
programming procedures to determine which
signalling method the system will employed as the
primary method. Regardless of the programmer’s
arrangement, telephone users can take action to use
the alternate method when they need it. See the
previous paragraph titled intercom Call Progress
Tones for a discussion of the intercom signalling tones.
Voice Announce Blocking
This feature allows station users to block voice
announced intercom signalling by dialing a code or
pressing a programmable button programmed for that
purpose. The programmable button used to block
voice signalling is enabled by station class of service
programming.
Key System/Hybrid Configuration
The system can operate as either a key system (KF
designation) or as a hybrid (MF designation) system.
In the past, this digital telephone system provided a
hardware strap that installers could move to
distinguish between hybrid system and key system
operation; however, recent rulings by the FCC have
eliminated the need for the hardware strap. Therefore,
with software release revision 11 A, whenever the
programmer assigns lines to line groups the system
automatically assumes the hybrid mode.
The KF and MF designations are equipment type
categories as stipulated in FCC rules and regulations,
Part 68, and appear as part of the FCC Registration
Number on the equipment label. The installer must
report the appropriate registration number to the
telephone company at the time of connection along
with other FCC mandated information. Operationally,
the hybrid configuration allows dial access to
(automatic selection of) outgoing lines. The specific
system feature that is enabled by the multifunction
(hybrid) configuration is Line Group (Including Dial
Access). Since this is a PBX type feature, it may incur
a higher monthly tariff to the telephone company.
Last Number Redial
Refer to the discussion titled @dialing.
LCD Messaging
Refer to the discussion titled Messaging.
LCD
Support
.
The system supports the use of digital telephones
having a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD). The display is
capable of providing the station user with a visual
presentation of: call cost, call duration, number dialed,
name of called station, name of active feature, date
and time, and programming prompts.
Interactive Button Support
Beginning with software release 11 A, the digital
telephone system supports the DigiTech LCD
speakerphone with a revision letter of I and later.
This LCD speakerphone provides the user with three
interactive buttons and expanded LCD displays as a
standard feature. The interactive buttons provide the
user with quick easy access to system features and
straight-forward button programming without dialing
codes. The expanded displays prompt the telephone
user on the operation and progress of many of the
telephone features and provides designations for the
interactive buttons. Since the interactive buttons
provide many user features, their immediate functions
vary with the feature. The button functions change to
match the feature that the user is currently operating.
At any given time, the current button designations
show in the display window.
Beginning with software release 118, the digital
telephone system provides Americom LCD
speakerphones (product codes 701 OS and 7016s)
with the same interactive button support. This support
is disabled at default but can be enabled by the
system programmer whenever it is required.
Beginning with software release 128, the system
includes /mpact telephone support. The impact LCD
speakerphones (product code 8024s and 8012s) also
provide interactive button and expanded display
operation to the telephone users as a standard feature.
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Of Svstem Features
LCD Support - continued
Button Query
Beginning with software release 14A, station users
who have LCD speakerphones can use their
interactive buttons to access the button query feature.
With this feature, the station user can cause his or her
LCD speakerphone to show the function of each of its
buttons on its display.
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Description Of System Features
Line Features
Access Denied, Line Access Restriction
The system programmer can deny access to particular
lines at certain stations in the system. A station user
cannot select a denied line for use. This feature is
programmable on a per line/per station basis in station
class of service programming.
Line Answer From Any Station (Night Mode)
When the attendant programs the system for nighttime
operation using the night transfer of ringing feature,
the line answer from any station feature is made
active. With this feature, a user can dial an access
code over the intercom line to allow him to answer any
ringing outside line. The line need not be ringing at
the user’s station for this feature to be used.
Idle Line Preference
When a station is programmed for idle line preference,
it will automatically be connected to the first assigned
idle line. The system can be programmed on a per
station basis to enable idle line preference. When idle
line preference is enabled, taking the handset off-hook
will automatically connect the station to any assigned
line that is idle and has been arranged for this feature.
The line button will not have to be pressed. If this
feature is used in conjunction with prime line
automatic, the user will be given prime line first when
going off-hook. An idle line will be given if the prime
line is in use. The station class of service
programming enables this feature on a per station/per
line basis.
Line Groups
Outside lines can be grouped together in up to four
different groups. Each group is accessible through a
unique dialing code or automatically selected with the
programmable autodial feature. Grouping can reserve
certain lines for certain clusters of stations as in a
tenant-service arrangement. The assignment of line
groups.frees
station buttons nom-rally used for line
selection thus making these buttons available for use
with a feature such as personal DSS/BLF with
station-to-station messaging. Lines are placed in line
groups with the line class of service programming.
Line Preselection
A line can be manually selected before lifting the
handset (for handsfree dialing) or after the handset is
lifted.
Line And Line Group Queuing
With the line queuing feature, the station user can take
action that will place a station in a queue where it
awaits the availability of a line or line group. The
station is automatically signalled with five tone bursts
when the line is available to it for use. Each station
can queue one line at a time.
Originating Denied
The ability to originate calls on certain lines can be
denied at individual stations through system
programming. The originating denied feature is
programmed on a per station/per line basis.
Originating denied does not prevent a user from
answering a ringing line, retrieving a held call or
receiving a transferred call. Call origination on a line is
denied at a particular station by the station class of
service programming.
Prime Line Automatic
If the programmer uses station class’of service
programming to enable prime line automatic at a
station, the system will automatically select the
designated outside line, intercom line or line group
when the user lifts the handset. A user can pre-empt
prime line pickup by preselecting another line before
lifting the handset. If the prime line is ringing, it is
automatically answered when the user lifts the
handset.
Ringing Line Preference
The system can be programmed on a per station basis
to provide ringing line preference on all lines
programmed for ringing at the station. When ringing
line preference is enabled at a station, taking the
handset off-hook automatically connects the station to
any outside line that is ringing at it. A line button will
not have to be pressed. With ringing line preference
enabled, the telephones denote a ringing line with an
orange colored status light. If a station also has prime
line assigned, the prime line will always be answered
first even though it may be the second line to ring.
The ability of a particular station to answer a ringing
line without line selection is enabled by the station
class of service programming.
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Manual Hold
Refer to the discussion titled Ho/d.
Meet-Me Answer Page
Refer to the discussion titled Paging.
Messaging
Assist Button
This feature allows a station user to program a button
to be used for sending a message to an LCD
speakerphone. Once programmed, the station user
can press the ASSIST button at anytime to sound a
tone burst at the called station and present a
preprogrammed message in the station display. The
user can send a message while on a call without
alerting the distant party. This feature is useful for
requesting assistance while engaging on a call. For
example, a customer service representative could
request assistance from a supervisor while talking to a
problem caller. The supervisor, upon receiving the
tone and noting the display message, could perform
an executive override or service observing action to
join the call .or monitor it.
LCD Messaging
Standard and system-supplied custom display
messages can be set by dialing a specific code at any
station. Such messages are to be received and
displayed by any LCD speakerphone that calls the
station which set the message. When a message is
set, the intercom light at the setting station will flash to
indicate that the feature is active.
Message Waiting
Special feature access codes enable a station user to
control the message waiting (MW) light at other
stations in the system. When the message waiting
light is turned on at a station, a call can be
automatically placed to the station that turned it on.
Alternately, one station can-be designated by COS
programming as the central message desk and can be
arranged for exclusive message waiting control. The
central message desk can be used to control message
waiting lights and deliver messages to and from all
Description Of System Features
other stations in the system. The ability of a station to
originate a message waiting signal is enabled by
programming action. Station class of service
programming provides a station with the ability to
originate a message waiting signal and is used to
create a central message desk.
Response Messaging
This feature allows a user to reply in a non-verbal
manner to a voice announce or tone-signalled
intercom call or to a subdued off-hook voice announce
call if the intercom caller is using an LCD
speakerphone. A station user can press a
programmable button in response to an intercom call
and send a message to be shown on the display of the
calling station. Response messages are
pre-programmed by the attendant and later stored by
station users at programmable buttons on their
individual stations as need dictates.
Station-To-Station Messaging
If a station has a DSS/BLF appearance at another
station, a callback message indication can be left at
that station with the DSSBLF appearance. The user
can dial a special code to turn on, the BLF light at the
called station that is assigned to the calling station.
This light indicates that a callback is requested. The
light is automatically turned off if a successful callback
is made.
If a station number is not programmed for a DSS/BLF
appearance at another station, attempting to place a
call back message will cause the central message
desk station to ring. If there is no central message
desk assigned, no action will occur.
Modular Wiring And Jacks
2- Or 4-Conductor Wire System
The system can be completely interconnected by
employing industry standard 50-pin connectors and
modular plug/jack combinations. Station wiring is
number 22 or 24 gauge, 2-conductor, twisted-pair
cable throughout the system. If the installer uses
4conductor twisted-pair cable, it provides a spare pair
for a separate wiring purpose when needed.
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Messaging - continued
Message Waiting Originate Default
With software release 14A, the default condition for
the message wait originate feature changes from
disabled to enabled.
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Description Of System Features
Multiline Proprietary Telephone Support
With software release 13B on software cartridges with
a product code designation of Innnn, the digital
telephone system provides support for the impact
multiline proprietary telephone with a product code of
6112N. This telephone provides the system users
with economical multiline operation without the added
complexity of monitor or speakerphone requirements.
The system automatically recognizes the multiline
proprietary telephone when the installer connects it to
a station port. The programmer does not have to take
any programming action to allow it to operate.
Music Features
Background Music
If the installer connects a customer-provided external
music source to the system, the music from that
source will sound through the station loudspeakers
after the users turn it on at their stations. They can
adjust the loudness of this background music with the
loudspeaker volume control. The system
automatically turns the background music off during
calls. This feature requires no class of service
programming.
Music Interface
The common equipment cabinet includes an input jack
where the installer can connect a customer-provided
music source.
Music-On-Hold
When an installer connects a customer-provided
music source to the system through the music
interface jack, the system supplies that music to the
outside lines that users place on hold.
Music-On-Hold System-Wide Enable/Disable
After the installer has arranged for the system to
supply customer-provided music to calls that users
place on hold, the attendant can disable the feature on
a system-wide basis.
Music Interface
Refer to the discussion iitled Music Features.
Music-On-Hold
Refer to the discussion titled Music Features.
Music-On-Hold System-Wide
Enable/Disable
Refer to the discussion titled
Music Features.
Mute
Every monitor telephone and speakerphone has a
MUTE button which, when pressed, will mute the
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handset transmitter (or internal microphone on
speakerphones) to prevent the user’s voice from being
heard by the distant party. The MUTE light turns on
steady to indicate a muted condition. The button
provides push-on/push-off operation on
speakerphones or push and hold operation while on
hook. No class of service is required.
Handsfree Answer Inhibit
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The user can use the MUTE button to block all
handsfree answerback response. This arrangement
will prevent a station user from monitoring another
station site using the monitoring ability of the voice
announce feature. When a user presses the MUTE
button, all handsfree answerback is disabled thus
inhibiting any off-site monitoring. The MUTE light
turns on steady to indicate that this feature is active.
Night Transfer (Of Ringing)
Refer to the discussion titled Ringing.
On-Hook Dialing
Every monitor and speakerphone provides manual
and/or automatic dialing while the station handset is
on-hook. The telephone loudspeaker monitors call
progress for completion. (The handset must be taken
off-hook to provide the voice link on nonspeakerphone
stations.)
Originating Denied
Refer to the discussion titled Line
Features.
Paging
All-Call Paging
All-call paging allows all stations to receive
announcements through the station speaker at once.
The system can also send all-call paging to the paging
port where it applies it to the input of an external
paging amplifier. Origination of announcements must
be via the station handset. A programmer can arrange
each station to receive and/or originate all-call page.
He or she enables the ability to receive and originate
all-call paging at a station through station class of
service programming.
External Paging Interface
A dedicated paging port or a spare line port can be
interfaced with an external paging amplifier. The
paging amplifier can then be dial-accessed by stations
in the system. DTMF tones can be dialed through the
line port to provide zone selection if provided by the
external paging amplifier. The dedicated paging port
does not support any “talk-back’ capability even if
such a feature is provided by the external equipment.
The line class of service programming arranges a line
port for external paging interface.
Paging Features - continued on next page . . .
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Paging - continued
Meet-Me Answer Page
Any station user can dial a special code number in
response to an all-call or zone page and be connected
to the paging party in a private conversation. Ail-call
or zone paging is provided to the stations through the
station class of service programming.
Zone Paging
Zone paging allows groups of stations to receive
announcements through the station speakers. The
programming can enable zone paging in up to four
different zones. Zone paging can also be received at
the paging port where it can be connected to the input
of an external paging amplifier. The ability of each
station to originate and/or receive a page and the
arrangement of the paging into different zones are
controlled by station class of service programming.
Zone paging through the paging port is enabled by
system class of service programming.
Memory Retention Without Batteries
The system memory is electronically protected during
AC power failures by an electronic device sometimes
known as a “super cap.” The stored program data will
remain in memory for a minimum of 60 hours provided
that the system has been powered continuously for at
least 30 minutes prior to the power failure or
disconnection. Also, the system clock will continue to
tun and keep time for at least 30 minutes after an AC
power failure or disconnection.
PBWCENTREWCO
Compatible
System features and programmable buttons support
the requirements of most PBXs, Central Offices, and
CENTREX systems. Numbers, ##‘s, #‘s,
programmable pauses, and flash signals can be made
a part of every stored number for access to host
system feature codes.
Personalized Ringing Tone
disconnect the power-fail telephone from the outside
line as soon as AC power returns.
Prime Line Automatic
Refer to the discussion titled
Privacy
Automatic Privacy
A programmer can make a line private or non-private
through programming. In the private mode, a station
has exclusive use of the line during a call. No other
station can access that line unless the user of the
private line includes the another station through the
use of the add-on conference feature. In the
non-private mode, another station with that line
appearance can gain access at the same time
(sometimes known as common line pickup). ,A line is
specified as private or non-private through the line
class of service programming. Through station class
of service programming, a programmer can make a
line non-private at a particular station. Also see the
discussion titled Conferencing.
Privacy - Designated Programmable Button
The programmer can arrange for stations to provide a
privacy button. If a line is private, a user can press the
privacy button to change it into a non-private one. If
the line is non-private, pressing the button will have no
effect. Station class of service programming is used to
program the programmable button function at the
stations.
Privacy Release/Brokerage Service
See the previous paragraph titled Privacy
Pfogrammab/e Button
Refer to the discussion titled Line Features.
Power Failure Transfer
An installer can connect an industry-standard
telephone such as the model 2500 to a special
connection to seNe as a power-fail telephone. If an
AC power failure occurs, the system automatically
connects the power-fail telephone directly to an
outside line. Users can make normal origination and
reception of calls on a power-fail telephone during an
AC power failure. The system will automatically
- Designatep’
Private Lines (Access Denied)
See the discussion titled
Line Features.
Programmable DSS/BLF
Refer to the discussion titled Automatic Dialing.
Refer to the discussion titled Ringing.
Pooled Line Access (Line Group Access)
Line Features.
Programmable Buttons
A programmer, or in many cases the users
themselves, can make most system features available
at programmable buttons merely by storing the
specific access codes necessary for dialing the
features. Storable features include those that can
utilize lamp (on/off) supervision (e.g., call park orbits).
The system will store all feature access codes except
for those requiring Transfer/Conference button action.
lt Will store continuous strings of digits (including
presses of the intercom button) up to the maximum
amount of storable digits (16) allowed in an autodial
entry.
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Of Svstem Features
Pulse/Tone
Switchable
The programmer can program the system on a per line
basis using the line class of service programming to
allow the stations to switch from pulse to DTMF type
dialing as needed. Alternately, she or he can program
the system to only allow tone dialing.
Redialing
Automatic Redial (Of Busy
Number Or Unanswered Call)
A user can automatically redial a busy number or
unanswered call by activating this feature. Once the
user activates automatic redial, the station will select
the line, automatically dial the number, and wait for a
response. It will do this once a minute for
approximately 10 minutes unless the user deactivates
the feature by pressing that button or another button or
by lifting the handset. The feature cycle is timed and
does not have busy detection circuitry. Because of
this, if the user is operating handsfree when the called
party answers, she or he must lift the handset to
prevent the caller from being cut off by the timing
cycle. The automatic redial button is a designated
programmable button position and the user must
program its location to make it active.
Automatic Pause Insertion
When the system stores a dialed number for later
redial, it automatically stores a pause whenever the
user waits between digits for at least two seconds.
The system inserts the automatic pause in the stored
number sequence at the point where the manual
pause in dialing occurred. The length of the automatic
pause is programmable.
Last Number Redial
Each station is provided with a last number redial
feature. This feature will save 32 digits of the last
outside number dialed. A newly dialed number will
always automatically replace a previously dialed
number. Upon command, the system will choose a
line and redial the saved number. The system will first
choose the prime line if assigned and idle. If it is busy
or unavailable, the system will choose any line
assigned to idle line preference. If they are
unavailable, the system will chose the last line used at
the station. If it is busy, no further choice is made. No
class of service is required.
Saved Number Redial
This feature enables a button action to save the first
16 digits of the last number manually dialed from the
keypad. The saved number can be redialed at a later
time, The saved number is permanently available for
later use until it is replaced with a new number.
When the caller identification feature is active, this
saved number redial feature will save the identified
number for redial.
Response Messaging
Refer to the discussion titled Messaging.
Remote Programming And Administration
Refer to the discussion titled C/ass
Of Service.
Ringing
Auxiliary Ringer Interface
The auxiliary ringer interface provides “dry-contact”
relay closures which track the ringing pattern
whenever the system sends ringing to a
programmable destination. Programmers can
program relay control to be activated when the system
sends ringing to station port 17 or to the paging port.
When programmed for station port 17 ringing, an
installer often uses an external device to provide loud
ringing. When programmed for paging port ringing, an
installer often installs an external paging amplifier to
sound the rings. The system supplies ringing tones to
the paging port along with the relay closures. It can
send the ringing tones to the input of an external
paging amplifier and the installer can arrange the
wiring so that the relay closures energize the paging
amplifier while it is receiving the ringing tone. Use
system class of service programming to choose either
the paging port. or station port 17 for the ringing port
relay control. Also use system class of service to
determine the type of ringing sent to the paging port.
Use station class of service programming to
determines the type of ringing that the system sends
to station port 17.
Common Audible Ringer Interface
Connections are available at the common equipment
that provides “dry-contact” relay closures whenever an
incoming line rings. These contact closures track the
ringing pattern and can be used to control an external
signalling device.
Delayed Ringing
Ringing assignments are programmable. A station
can be programmed to provide delayed ringing on
some lines while providing immediate ringing on other
lines. Delayed ringing is assigned to certain lines at
each station through station class of service
programming.
Distinctive Ringing
The ringing cadence of an incoming call is the same
as the ringing cadence of the TELCO, PBX, or
CENTREX system. The ringing cadence of an
intercom Call presents two tone bursts sounded every
four seconds.
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Ringing - continued
Ring, No-Answer (RNA)
Forwarding Of Transferred Calls
Software release 14A enhances the existing automatic
RNA call forwarding feature to include forwarding of
transferred lines to individual stations. When a
telephone user transfers a line to a station, the call will
ring at the station receiving the transfer for the
programmed number of rings. After that, the call will
start ringing at the station that is hunt-linked to the
station first receiving the transfer. If that station is also
hunt-linked to another station, the call will follow that
link. When the transfer recall time expires, the call will
recall back to the station that initiated the transfer. The
hunt link can be a circular one. The transferred line
will circle the hunt link until it recalls. Alternately, the
station can be hunt-linked to voice mail so that a
transferred call will forward to the station’s voice mail
box if it is unanswered. For this feature to work
properly, the following details must be considered:
- you must hunt-link the station receiving a transfer to
another station;
- you must program the number of rings to occur
before forwarding;
- you must insure that the transfer recall time is larger
than the total time of RNA to all hunt linked stations (if
it is not, the transferred call will recall before the call
gets to the end of the hunt link).
For an example of this last consideration, assume
station 12 is hunt-linked to station 13 which is also
hunt-linked to station 14. Further assume that station
12 and 13 have their RNA’s set to two rings. A call that
is transferred to station 12 will ring there twice, then it
will ring at station 13 twice, then it will ring station 14
until transfer recall time expires. Each transfer ring
cycle is approximately four seconds; therefore, the line
will ring the station for approximately eight seconds
before it moves to the next station. Since there are
three stations linked together, this event will require 24
seconds. This means that you should set the transfer
recall time for 25 seconds or higher.
You can use this formula to determine minimum
transfer recall time.
If:
4 = transfer ring cycle time in seconds
R = how many RNA rings assigned per station
S = how many stations are in hunt list
Then:
4 x R x S = minimum transfer recall time
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Ringing - continued
Flexible Ringing Assignments
Ringing assignments are programmable on a per
station/per line basis. Ringing can be controlled for
every line that has an appearance at each station.
Delayed ringing is assigned to certain lines at each
station through station class of service programming.
Flexible Ringing Assignments Of PA Port
The PA port can be programmed for flexible ringing
assignments and zone pages. Any desired lines can
be programmed for direct ring, delay ring, or night
transfer (of ringing) at this port. Paging can be to
programmed zone or to all-call. A speaker can be
connected to the PA port to sound the ringing that is
generated by the system and sent to this port and
paging announcements when they are sent to the
programmed zone. Using such an arrangement, lt is
possible for a user to determine that certain lines are
ringing, such as in a night transfer (of ringing) mode,
and go to the nearest telephone and answer the call.
The most common use for this arrangement is as a
night bell eliminating the need for external equipment
as required with the common ringer and auxiliary.
ringer interface. The speaker cannot be used for voice
response as the path is one-way only. Use system
class of service programming to assign ringing and
paging to a PA port.
Night Transfer (Of Ringing)
Night transfer (of ringing) is an attendant-controlled
feature that transfers the day ringing program of all
incoming calls to a particular station or stations for
off-hour or special purpose answering. The night
transfer mode can only be activated from
station 10 or 12. The individual lines at each station
that are to be transferred with this feature are selected
by station class of service programming.
Night Transfer (Of Ringing) Button
With software release revision 8, a night transfer of
ringing, or night mode, button is available at attendant
stations. The night mode button gives attendants at
stations 10 and 12 the ability to place the system into
the night transfer of ringing mode of operation by
simply pressing one button instead of entering the
multiple keystroke sequence previously required. The
night mode button toggles the feature on and off with
one keystroke and the light located above the
Intercom button on attendant telephones flutters to
indicate when the night transfer or ringing is active.
Personalized Ringing Tone
The system provides a group of distinctive tones for
station ringing. A station user can choose a tone from
this group to provide a distinctive ring at his or her
Description Of System Features
telephone. Often, when several telephones are
located close to each other, each user chooses a
different personal ring tone. The system provides six
distinctive tones for users to choose from.
Subdued Ringing
When a station is busy on a call and another call
comes to the same station, the system will
automatically subdue the ringing of the second call to
a lower volume.
Ringing Line Preference
Refer to the discussion titled Line Features.
Saved Number Redial
Refer to the discussion titled Redial.
Self Diagnostics
Each station can execute a self test when so enabled
by anyone who wishes to do so. This test verifies
processor, indicator, and tone functions.
Service Observing
Service observing allows a third party to enter an
in-progress call in an unannounced muted mode to
monitor the conversation. The system does not send
any warning tones when the call entry is made. This
feature is useful in allowing a supervisor to monitor the
performance of an employee during a phone
conversation with’s client. For a station to provide the
service observing feature, it must also have the
executive override feature enabled. When the
programmer enables the service observing feature,
the system automatically enables the executive
override feature as well. A programmer can enable or
block service observing (and executive override) at
each desired station using station class of service
programming procedures.
Sin k-Line Proprietary
9elephone Support
With software release revision 11 A, the digital
telephone system provides support for the proprietary
single-line digital telephone product code 7701 X and,
with software release revision 12A, support for product
code 8101 N as well. The system automatically
recognizes the proprietary single-line digital telephone
when the installer connects it to a station port, This
means that the system programmer does not have to
take any special programming steps to allow it to
operate. He or she can use any of the station
programming described in this system manual to
adjust the parameters of the station port as they are
needed.
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Description Of System Features
Speakerphone
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Support
The digital telephone system supports the operation of
proprietary speakerphones. Beginning with software
release revision 11 A, the system enables a
speakerphone’s ability to originate handsfree
operation for voice-signalled intercom calls in addition
to all of the other features that it normally provides.
Square/Non-Square
Configuration
A programmer can arrange for a system to be square
or non-square as desired. In a square system, the line
1 buttons of all telephone stations select line 1, the line
2 buttons select line 2, etc. In a non-square system,
each line select button at every station may be
assigned individually to select any line: A programmer
can perform unique button mapping for line
appearance on each station using the station class of
service programming.
Flexible Station Numbering Plan
The system supports a flexible station numbering plan
for individual stations. Each station can be
programmed to respond to the dialing of any available
number between 10 and 7999. This feature may be
used to match the calling number of a station located
in a pre-numbered area to that area number. A
combination of two, three, or four digit extension
numbers can be assigned as long as they do not
conflict. For example: If 21 is assigned as an
extension number, there can not be any other
extension number assigned that begins with a 21. The
system class of service programming is used to assign
extension numbers to individual station ports.
Tenant Service
A system programmer can arrange for one telephone
system to be used for multiple tenants at a site
location by employing flexible line appearance at each
station. The programmer can perform button mapping
for line appearance on each station in the system
using the station class of service programming.
Station-By-Station
Privacy
See the discussion titled Privacy.
Station Messa eMpt$l Accounting
is
See the discussion titled Call Costing and SMDA
Repotting.
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR)
See the discussion titled Call Costing and SMDA
Reporting.
Station Monitoring With DSS Call Pickup
The busy lamp field (BLF) of a station can provide
visual indication of the idle, busy, and ringing status of
monitored stations. This monitoring station can also
provide audible indication of any direct and delayed
ringing that occurs at the monitored station if the
programmer has enabled the visual ring indication
feature. A user at the monitoring station can make a
one-button pickup of a tinging call at a monitored
station by pressing the direct station selection (DSS)
button associated with the ringing station.
The programmer can enable or disable the flashing
BLF lights associated with visual ring indication on a
system-wide basis. When the programmer enables
the flashing lights, he or she can then enable the
audible indication of ringing on a station-by-station
basis.
Station Speed Dial
Refer to the discussion titled
Station-To-Station
Refer to the discussion titled
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Automatic Dialing.
Messaging
Messaging.
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Specialized Route Access
Software release 14A provides a specialized route
access feature that, when enabled, allows the system
to select a line group based on the digits the user has
dialed. By doing this, it matches calls with their best
suited routes. The feature provides a table-driven
routing scheme where the numbers that users dial
cause the system to chose a line group after
comparing the dialed number with entries that are
contained in an office code table, an area code table,
and four special area code look-up tables.
The specialized route access operates in the following
manner: When the caller presses ITCM and dials 9 or
presses a preprogrammed button, the system returns
a special dial tone. The caller then has 10 seconds in
which to dial some digits; otherwise, the telephone will
return to its idle state. Once a caller begins to dial
digits, he or she has a certain period of time in which
to dial each new digit. The system programmer
selects this time-out period through programming.
After the caller has stopped dialing digits and the end
of the time-out period has occurred, the system
analyzes the dialed digits and routes the call by
following the table-driven routing scheme depending
upon how the programmer has arranged the system.
The system routes calls based on comparison
matches between the dialed number and the entries
that it finds in either an office code table, an area code
table, or four special tables for selected area codes.
These tables contain 1000 entries from 000 to 999 and
the programmer can assign one line group to each
entry; therefore, a routing match is always possible.
The system matches dialed digits with table entries in
the following manner:
l If the first digit that the caller dials is neither a 1 nor
a 0, and if he or she dials less than 10 digits (such
as : nnn-nnnn), the system evaluates the first three
digits as an off ice code, searches for the off ice
code in the office code table, and finds a line group,
l
If the first digit is either a 1 or a 0 (such as:
n-nnn-nnnn), the system ignores the first digit and
evaluates the next three digits as an office code,
searches for the office code in the office code table,
and finds a line group,
If the first digit that the caller dials is neither a 1 nor
a 0, and if he or she dials 10 digits or more (such
as nnn-nnn-nnnn), the system evaluates the first
three digits as an area code and the following three
digits as an office code.
After digit evaluation the system routes the call as
per the following discussion: If there is a special
table that matches the dialed area code, the system
searches that table for the dialed off ice code and
finds a line group. If there is not a special table for
that area code, the system just searches the area
code table for it and finds a line group.
The following information illustrates the digit evaluation
scheme.
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Digits
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Digits Evaluated By System
To Find Line Group
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3
4
7
8
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116
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118
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978
19787700
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18849782200
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The example below shows how calls to area code 202
are routed using line group 2, calls to office code 202
are routed using line group 1, calls to office code 973
in area code 716 are routed using line group 4, and all
other calls are routed using line group 1.
901
DO7
1
1
707
1
7
1
317
1
1
1
973
1
4
998
1
1
1
1
1
1
999
If the first digit that the caller dials is either a 1 or a
0 (such as n-nnn-nnn-nnnn), the system ignores
the first digit, evaluates the next three digits as an
area code, and evaluates the following three digits
as an office code.
1
1
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Specialized Route Access - continued
The programmer can arrange for the system to insert
up to six digits ahead of a dialed number for a selected
line group. This feature is useful if the dialed number
must match a specific common carrier format.
To help understand this digit insertion, review this
typical arrangement for transparent CENTREX
operation (This example assumes that the CENTREX
extensions do not conflict with the office codes.): With
the digital telephone system installed behind a
CENTREX system, callers can make outgoing calls
without having to dial 9. Assume that the CENTREX
extensions are 3300 -3399. Take programming action
to assign line group 2 to entries 330 - 339 in the office
code table. This means that calls on CENTREX
extensions will use line group 2 and all other calls will
default to use line group 1. Program the 9 digit as the
insertion digit for line group 1. With this set up, when
a caller dials a number other than a CENTREX
extension, the system automatically inserts a 9 ahead
of the dialed digits and routes the call over line group 1.
If no lines are free in a selected line group, the system
will route the call to an overflow line group if the
programmer has assigned one; otherwise, the system
will return busy tone to the caller.
(TAB1 17~14)
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NOTE: If the programmer has arranged for the system
to insert digits on a particular line group, he or
she should consider arranging for the system
to insert digits in the overflow line group as
well. This consideration is necessary only if it
is important for the call to route through the
same common carrier as was the original line
group.
Using Specialized Route Access For Simplified
Toll Restriction
In anticipation of the implementation of the revised
North American dialing plan, the SRA feature
provides the system with the ability to deny calling to
designated area or off ice codes. The programmer
merely assigns a line group that contains no assigned
lines to the designated office or area code. This
prevents the system from routing calls for dialed
numbers containing those particular area or office
codes since there is no line available. This action will
work only for manually dialed numbers because
automatically dialed numbers, with no line preselect,
employ the last used line and therefore cannot be
restricted.
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Subdued Off-Hook Voice Announce
With the secure off-hook voice announce (SOHVA)
feature, a user can make a secure announcement
from one station to another station that is off-hook and
busy on a call. A station being operated in a
handsfree mode cannot receive a SOHVA. With
SOHVA, the caller delivers the call and the user
receiving the call responds to it in a secure manner
that prevents the distant party from hearing either the
announcement or the response. The system
precedes the announcement with a tone alert that it
delivers to the handset receiver of the called
telephone. It also supplies a tone to the announcing
caller to alert them that they are making a SOHVA call.
A user can respond to the SOHVA announcement
either verbally or non-verbally. He or she either
effects a verbal response by pressing and holding the
MUTE button and speaking into the handset or effects
a non-verbal response by pressing a pre-programmed
button to send a message to be shown on the display
of the announcing station (if it is an LCD
speakerphone). The system automatically
disconnects the announcing station after it delivers the
response message to it (and displayed if an LCD
speakerphone). Stations that have the voice
announce blocking feature turned on cannot receive a
SOHVA. A programmer can use station class of
service programming to disable the SOHVA feature at
a station port if desired.
Description Of System Features
group to each station port to allow or to deny SOHVA
receive and/or originate capability to it. By properly
assigning SOHVA groups to station ports, the
programmer can open or block SOHVA paths between
stations.
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SOHVA groups are w by the system into the
following configurations:
i&Fned Off-Hook Voice Announce Originate
This feature allows a telephone user to program a
button at his or her station that she or he must press
before delivering a SOHVA call. This SOHVA enabled
button allows a caller, after hearing a busy signal, to
decide whether to interrupt the called party in a
SOHVA manner. If the caller decides that the called
should be interrupted, the caller can press the button
and complete the SOHVA call. This button, along with
SOHVA groups, allows system users greater control of
the callers that are allowed to make SOHVA calls and
of the situations in which they are allowed to make
them.
giM;zd Off-Hook Voice Announce (SOHVA)
The programmer can program the ability of station
ports to originate and/or receive SOHVA calls by
assigning SOHVA calling groups to station ports. This
means that he or she can arrange certain station ports
together for SOHVA calling between one another while
excluding other station ports in the system from this
group.
The system provides eight different SOHVA groups
that are fixed into a variety of SOHVA receive/originate
configurations. A programmer can assign one SOHVA
The following examples may help you to understand
how to use SOHVA.
Example 1: Allow station port 10 to originate SOHVA
messages to all stations in the system and allow those
stations the ability to originate SOHVA messages to
each other but not to station port 10. Assign group 1
to station port 10 and assign group 2 to all other
station ports.
Example 2: Allow station ports 14 and 15 to receive
and originate SOHVA calls between each other but
deny both receive and originate capability from any
other system stations. Assign group 8 to both station
port 14 and station port 15. Do not assign group 8 to
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The programmer assigns SOHVA groups using the
station class of service programming procedure.
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Description Of System Features
Subdued Ringing
Refer to the discussion titled Ringing.
System Alarm Reports
The programmer can arrange the system to report
alarm and status conditions to a particular station or
stations that he or she has enabled to receive them.
The alarm receiving station must be an LCD
speakerphone. When a station is enabled to receive
alarms, its user can take appropriate action to cause
the alarm codes to be presented on the LCD display.
A programmer must use both system and station class
of service programming to enable this feature.
System Speed Dial
Refer to the discussion titled
Automatic Dialing.
Tandem Attendant
When the programmer uses system class of service
programming to enable the tandem attendant feature,
a recall from an unanswered call transfer or a timed
hold recall will ring at the normal attendant station
(station 10) that set the transfer or hold condition, and
also ring at the tandem attendant station (station 12).
TAP (Flash/Recall)
If the host system provides custom calling features via
a hookflash signal, the programmer should program
the system so that the TAP button will generate a
“flash” signal when a user presses it. If custom calling
features are not available to digital telephone system
users, the programmer should program the TAP
button to function as a positive disconnect, dial tone
recall button. The flash and recall features are
mutually exclusive. The programmer uses the system
class of service programming procedures to set the
flash or recall TAP time.
Tenant Service
Refer to the discussion titled SquareIVon-Square
Configuration.
Timed Hold Recall
Refer to the discussion titled Ho/d,
Toll Restriction
Default Toll Restriction
The system defaults two toll restriction tables with
pre-programmed values and pre-assigned to all lines.
The programmer needs only to assign these tables to
the stations by programming action to put them into
effect. He or she can use the toll restriction table
configuration class of service programming to
reprogram the defaulted tables wlth different
information as needed.
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Flexible Toll Restriction
A system programmer can configure system toll call
restriction to prohibit some or all stations from calling a
wide range of number combinations. The restricted
numbers are specified on up to 16 tables. The system
assigns several broad-range values to two of these
tables, and assigns the tables to all lines as a default
condition. The programmer needs only to enable the
default tables on a per station basis to activate the
default toll restriction.
In general, toll restriction works as follows:
The programmable tables of restricted numbers can
contain up to four entries and each entry can contain
up to 16 digits.
A programmer programs each table of restricted
numbers to be an “allow” table or a “deny” table with
entries in an “allow” table overriding entries in a “deny”
table. This arrangement allows the programmer to
enable exceptions to toll restriction. For example, he
or she can arrange the table entries so that the system
allows the dialing of 1-800~xxx-m numbers even
though it denies the dialing of all I-xxx-xxx-xxxx
numbers. A programmer can store a “match anything”
symbol (#) to represent any digit from 0 to 9 in the
individual entries thus providing him or her with a
broad range of number combinations to choose from.
The programmer can individually assign the
programmed toll restriction tables to each appropriate
station and line. Therefore, when an outside call is
dialed, the system examines the dialed number and
makes a comparison between it and the toll restriction
tables. Any tables that the programmer assigned to
BOTH the station being used and the selected line
determine the restrictions to be imposed; It should be
noted that the system will automatically disconnect a
line from a station if its user dials a restricted number
on a restricted line from a restricted station.
Night Mode Toll Restriction
A programmer can assign toll restriction tables to any
or all stations in the system that will only take effect
when the system is in the night transfer (of ringing)
mode. These toll tables replace any that he or she
may have assigned to the station for normal, or day
mode, operation. For example: a programmer can
arrange for a station that has no other toll restriction
table assignment to receive a toll restriction table
which will restrict everything but local calls and will
only take effect when the system is placed in the night
transfer (of ringing) mode. Therefore, even though
users can make toll calls from this station during
daytime operation, they can make no toll calls from it
when the attendant programs the system for nighttime
operation using the night transfer of ringing feature.
NOTE: Do not confuse this night mode to// restriction
table assignment with the night transfer (of
ringing) feature.
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Toll Restriction Override
Software release 14A provides users of the digital
telephone system with a toll restriction override (TRO)
feature. The TRO feature allows users to override the
toll restriction that they encounter at other stations with
their own station’s toll restriction assignments. In
programming for this feature, you create a four-digit
TRO code that users can dial to override the toll
restrictions of any station that they happen to be using
and replace it with a toll restriction that matches their
home station. After entering a TRO code, a user gets
his or her own prime line or idle line preference and its
accompanying toll restriction assignment. They then
have 15 seconds to dial an outgoing call. Once they
hang up from a call, they have 15 seconds to make
another call without having to re-enter their TRO code.
The system marks outgoing line calls that users make
after entering a TRO code with a (T) in its
SMDWSMDA printouts. The station number that it
prints is that of the overriding station and not the
actual station that the call was made from. If a user
transfers a TRO call or places it on hold and picks it up
at another station, the call belongs to the new station.
You can assign the TRO code through station 10 or
VDT programming and verify assigned codes using
the station class of service data printouts.
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Description Of System Features
Tone Or Voice Signalling (Intercom)
Refer to the discussion titled Intercom.
Transferring Calls
Refer to the discussion titled Cd Transfer.
Transfer/Conference
Button
A fixed button is provided that gives quick, easy
transferring and conferencing.
Unanswered Call Transfer Recall Timing
Refer to the discussion titled Call Transfer.
Voice Announce Blocking
Refer to the discussion titled Intercom.
Voice Mail Support
With software release revision 11 A, the digital
telephone system supports the use of voice
processing equipment connected to the system’s
station ports through the ATI-D analog terminal
interface. The ATI-D is a multipurpose m
accessory for the digital telephone system. It has dual
circuits that allow the voice mail equipment to
interface to two station ports. In addition to the
required programming task of identifying the station
ports as voice mail ports, there are several other
programming considerations associated with voice
mail operation that the programmer can make
whenever their options are wanted. These options
include the following features:
Abtomatic Attendant
With the automatic attendant feature, the voice mail
system automatically answers any line that is ringing
at a voice mail port. As a default, the system
automatically enables ringing line preference for any
port the programmer identifies as voice mail ports.
The programmer must choose a ringing assignment
for the lines assigned to the voice mail port before the
voice mail system can provide the automatic attendant
feature.
Automatic Transfer Of Voice Mail
The programmer can choose the immediate transfer
mode for voice mail transfers. However, if he turns on
the screen and/or confim-r options provided by the
voice mail system, he must not choose the immediate
transfer mode because it allows the system to transfer
a call as soon as it answers it precluding any screen
and confirm action that the voice mail equipment can
provide.
Hunt Groups
When a station port that has been assigned to a hunt
group is busy, a call to it will ring at the next idle
station port in the group. A call will try to ring every
port in a hunt group and if all are busy, the telephone
system will return a busy tone to the caller. A
programmer can assign all voice mail ports to a
circular hunt group to take advantage of its
multiple-port interface capability. With this
arrangement, a call will first try to ring at the first port,
then try.the.next one and so forth until it tries all four
ports.
Voice Mail Line ID
The programmer can program the voice mail lines with
identification (ID) numbers that allow the voice mail
equipment to identify which line it is answering. The
ID numbers that the programmer assigns’ here must
match the ID numbers that are selected as part of
voice mail system programming.
Voice Mail Transfer On Busy
The programmer can arrange the telephone system to
alert a busy telephone that the voice mail equipment is
attempting to transfer a call to it. Without this
programming, the voice mail equipment will
automatically route the call to a voice mail box when it
encounters a busy signal. With this option, when the
voice mail equipment tries to transfer a call to a station
that is busy on a call (outside or intercom call) and the
station has an available intercom line (stations can be
programmed to have a second intercom), the intercom
will ring subdued. The user can answer the call by
pressing the button of the ringing intercom line. In
general, attendants will probably desire this feature so
they can handle multiple calls, while other station
users may prefer to have a message taken when they
are already busy on a call.
Zone Paging (Via Station Speakers)
Refer to the discussion titled Paging.
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Chapter 3
Installation
Mounting
Considerations
0 Screwdriver - to match fasteners
0 The common equipment cabinet should be attached
vertically to any sturdy, flat surface. It may be
vertically rack-mounted if desired.
0 Electric drill - if prepared holes are required
0 Connecting tool - for fastening wires to a type-66
connector block.
0 Because of the current listing requirements of UL
1459, the length of the AC line cord on the
equipment cabinet is a maximum length of 5 feet;
therefore, the cabinet must be located within four
feet of-a proper electrical outlet. The system
requires a dedicated 117VAC 15 AMP circuit, with a
third-wire ground, supplied to a standard electrical
outlet (NEMA 5-l 5R).
0 Crimping tool - for 623-type
modular plugs
0 Volt/Ohm Meter
Installation Notice
Per The Underwriters Laboratories standard 1459,2nd
edition, be aware of the following precautions when
installing telephone equipment that is to be directly
connected to the telephone company network:
0 The distance between the common equipment and
the TELCO/PBX jacks must be 25 feet or less as
per FCC requirements. A nominal distance of 7 feet
is recommended.
0 Never install telephone wiring during a lightning
storm.
0 Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless
the jack is specifically designed for wet locations.
0 The mounting location must be secure and dry and
have adequate ventilation. The temperature range
of the location must be within 32-122 degrees F
(O-50 degrees C), and the relative humidity must be
less than 90 percent non-condensing.
0 Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or
terminals unless the telephone line has been
disconnected at the network interface.
l
0 If the mounting surface is damp or if it is concrete or
masonry material, you must attach a backboard to
the mounting surface to be used for common
equipment mounting. Suitable mounting
backboards are available commercially or can be
constructed out of In-inch plywood cut to size.
Use caution when installing or modifying telephone
lines.
Simplified Hybrid Operation
In the past, the Federal Communications Commission
(FCC) required that telephone system manufacturers
provide a hardware strap that installers could move to
distinguish between hybrid system and key system
operation. Prior to the release of software revision
1 IA, the digital telephone system provided this strap
at either the Jl station connector or at a special
terminal strip (depending upon the system model).
The installer strapped two terminals together at either
the 66M-xx station connector block or at the special
terminal strip to select the hybrid mode. Recent
rulings by the FCC have eliminated the need for the
hardware strap. Beginning with software revision 7 lA,
whenever a programmer assigns lines to line groups
the digital telephone system automatically assumes
the hybrid mode and the system no longer includes a
hardware strap that the installer must move. The
hybrid system mode may incur a higher monthly tariff
to the telephone company; therefore, the FCC requires
that the installer report the equipment-type category
designation number (KF for key system, MF for hybrid
system) to the telephone company at the time of
installation.
Special Mounting Consideration
When battery back-up is part of the installation, the
external batteries and cable assembly (the Comdial
BBU02 battery back-up assembly), the common
equipment, and all wiring connections must be located
in a dedicated equipment room (as defined in the
National Electric Code published by The National Fire
Protection Association, Quincy MA, 02269). However,
the Comdial model BBL02 anf BBL03 battery back-up
assemblies consist of a closed metal cabinet, a pair of
batteries, panel-mounted fuses, and a cable that
connects the battery back-up unit to the common
equipment. This cable is secured to the cabinet by a
strain-relief. These models are safe for installation in
general office environments and do not need to be
installed in a “dedicated equipment room.”
Tools And Hardware
0 Fasteners - wood screws (l/4 x l-inch round head),
toggle bolts, or -wall anchors
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5. Insert the two top screws into the mounting surface
and tighten them to within approximately l/8-inch
of the surface.
Mounting Procedure
1. Unpack and carefully inspect all equipment for
shipping damage. Notify the shipper immediately
of any damages found. Verify that the packages
contain all parts and accessories needed for proper
installation and operation.
6. Hang the cabinet on the top screws using the
mounting holes located on the rear of the cabinet.
Note that these holes are elongated with an
enlargement at one end. This feature allows the
cabinet to snap down on the screws to secure the
mounting when the cabinet is hung on them.
2 . If a backboard is required at the mounting location,
attach it securely to provide a stable mounting
surface for the equipment.
7 . insert a third screw through the mounting tab
located on the lower edge of the cabinet and into
the mounting surface, and tighten it into place.
3. Refer to Figure 3-1 or to the PPO32-000 mounting
template included in the literature that
accompanies the common equipment cabinet for
the locating dimensions required for the three
mounting screws, and mark their locations on the
mounting surface.
4 . Drill holes in the mounting surface of
to accommodate the hardware being
necessary, prepare these holes with
anchors or other attachment devices
the type of mounting surface.
a. Place the individual telephone stations as desired
and in keeping with accepted industry and off ice
standards. A telephone station can be wall
mounted if necessary as they are desk/wall
reversible. Refer to Chapter 6, Maintenance, for
instructions in preparing a desk/wall reversible
station for wail mounting.
a proper size
used. If
inserts,
as dictated by
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installation in general off ice environments and does
not need to be installed in a “dedicated equipment
room.”
AC Power Connection
Employ a dedicated 117VAC 15 AMP circuit, with a
third-wire ground, supplied to a standard electrical
outlet (NEMA 5-15R) for the AC power connection.
AC power connection is illustrated in Figure 3-2
shown below.
The minimum battery backup time for a fully
configured system can be calculated. The formula for
doing this is:
0 For added equipment protection, connect a plug-in
power line surge protector between the power cord
and the AC outlet.
T = 1 + [(O? (N)]
T = Back-up time in hours
K = Constant
0 Thoroughly check out the installation before
connecting the power cord to an electrical outlet to
apply AC power to the system.
0.9 for GO408 with or without a GM408 module
0.8 for GO81 6 with or without GM408 modules
0.8 for G1632 with or without GM408 modules
e = Ampere-hour capacity of battery (BBU02 = 15)
N = total number of stations
Battery Back-Up
The common equipment provides an interface
connector for the connection an optional external
battery assembly. Several different assemblies are
available separately as kiis (product codes BBU02,
B B L 0 2 , and-BBL03). .
Example:
Assume that a Cl832 system plus two CM408
modules are installed along with a BBU02 battery
assembly to provide back-up power.
12
(8.8) (I 5)
= 2.1 Hours
T = 1 + [(O.l) (48)] = 5 . 8
Be sure that the AC power cord is
connected to the electrical outlet before
connecting an external battery assembly to
the common equipment interface
connector. This ensures that internal
protection circuitry is operating to prevent
damage that could result from improper
connection.
The optional external battery assembly provides a
minimum of one hour of operation should the AC
power to the system be interrupted. The BBU02 and
BBL02 assemblies have a 15 ampere-hour current
rating and the BBLOB assembly has a 25 ampere-hour
current rating.
0 During AC operation, the common equipment
provides recharging current to maintain the voltage
potential of the external battery assembly at an
operational level. The charging circuit may not
provide an adequate charge if an installed battery
assembly has a current rating of greater than 40
ampere-hours.
NOTE: An optional external battery assembly requires
approximately 10 hours to completely
,
re-charge to full potential after it has been
completely discharged and, in some cases,
when initially installed.
The BBU02 and BBL02 external battery assemblies
may include batteries from either of the following
suppliers:
- Model PS-12150 from Power-Sonic Corporation,
Redwood City CA, 94032
- Model PE12V15 from GS PORTAIAC,
City Of Industry CA, 91748
System Grounding
The common equipment cabinet has internal
secondary surge protection on all line ports. In order
for this protection to be effective, the cabinet MUST be
connected to a reliable earth ground such as a metal
cold water pipe or a building frame ground. The
grounding wire must be of #lO or #12 insulated, solid
copper and separate from the three-wire AC line cord.
A ground stud is located on the common equipment
cabinet for this purpose. System grounding is,
illustrated in Figure 3-2,
The BBL03 external battery assembly may include
batteries from the following supplier:
- Dynasty JC12-250 from Johnson Controls Inc.,
Milwaukee WS, 53212
As discussed previously in the page 3-1 paragraph
titled Special Mounting Consideration, you must mount
the BBU02 assembly, the common equipment cabinet,
and all the wiring in a “dedicated equipment room”.
The BBL02 and BBL03 assemblies consist of a closed
metal cabinet, a pair of batteries, panel-mounted
fuses, and a cable that connects the battery back-up
unit to the telephone system. This cable is secured to
the cabinet by a strain-relief. This model is safe for
If spare conductors exist in the cables that are run
between the station and the 86M-xx connector blocks,
it is good practice to connect them to earth ground.
Doing this may help prevent them from inducing radio
frequency and/or AC interference into the system. It is
also good practice to disconnect any unused station
jacks from the connector block and ground that wiring
to earth ground as well.
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FUSE :
4-LINE, 8-STATION BASE UNIT: I AMP 250V SLOW BLOW FUSE
8 - L I N E , l6-STATION
BASE UNIT: 3A 250V SLOW BLOW FUSE
I6-LINE, 32-STATION
BASE UNIT: 3A 250V SLOW BLOW FUSE
PICAL COMMON
(
C
I 5 A M ’ NEMA 5 - l 5 R
ELECTR I CAL OUTLET
WITH T H I R D - W I
XPANSION M O D U L E S ARE I N S T A L L E D O N T M
NIT A T T A C H A *IO O R al2 I N S U L A T E D
WlhE B E T W E E N T H E dROUNOlN0 TEdlINK
E X P A N S I O N MODJLES AND THE GROUNOINO
A L O N T M BASE UNIT
Figure 3-2. AC Power Connection And System Grounding
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Line Connections
The line terminations for the common equipment
cabinet are standard modular plug/jack connections.
Each modular jack provides termination for two lines.
Modular line jacks 1 and 2 also provide termination for
an auxiliary pair in addition to the two outside lines.
The outside line termination can be a type 66M-xx
connector block or individual 6-position modular jacks.
The line cord that is routed between the outside line
termination and the common equipment termination
should be twisted-pair wiring. Table 3-I shows the
line connection details for all three of the common
equipment base units. Figure 3-4 illustrates typical
line connections. The G0406, GO61 6 and G1632
common equipment supports the installation of up to
4, 6, or 16 lines respectively. Add-on expansion
modules are available to expand the line capacity of
the systems.
Line Grounding
Transient voltage spikes, if induced onto CO or
CENTREX lines, can travel through the cable and into
the common equipment. The telephone company
offers basic protection against this condition but it is
usually designed to protect the central office circuits.
While it will also provide some protection to the
common equipment, it should not be relied upon for
total protection. To help ensure that external
overvoltage surges do not damage the system, the
manufacturer recommends that gas discharge tubes,
or similar primary protection devices, be installed and
properly grounded on all lines (a selection of
solid-state protection devices for this purpose is
available from ITW Linx, Elk Grove Village, Illinois
60007).
After you have initially connected a line to a particular
line port and programmed its attributes (or left it with
the system defaulted values), you can reassign the
line and its attributes to a different port by
programming action if you wish. This feature allows
you to make adds, moves, and changes without
relocating the line wiring. Refer to Chapter 4 for the
line to line port reassignment programming details.
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Table 3-1. Line Connections
CONNECTION
Auxiliary 1 (Line 2) TIP
Line 2 TIP
L i n e 1 TIP
L i n e 1 RING
L i n e 2 RING
Auxiliary 1 (Line 2) RING
Auxiliary 2 (Line 4) TIP
Line 4 TIP
L i n e 3 TIP
L i n e 3 RING
L i n e 4 RING
4 Line, 8 Sts. Base Unit
8 Line, 18 Sts. Base Unit
1 8 Line, 32 Sta. Base Unit
TELEPHONE
NUMBER
8 Line, 18 Ste. Base Unit
18 Une, 32 Sta. Base Unit
6 Line, 32 Sta. Base Unit
7
6
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
1
I
No Connection
Line 14 TIP
Line 13 TIP
Line 13 RING
Llne 14 RING
No Connection
No Connection
Line 16 TIP
Lint! 15 TtP
Une 15 RING
Line 16 RING
No Connection
Line Connections - Continued on next page. . .
8-Line, 16:Station Base Unit
4-Line, 8-Station Base Unit
Line Jacks 1 & 2
Aux. Line 2
Line Jacks 3 & 4
Aux. Line 4
Line Jacks 5 & 6
Line Jacks 7 & 8
Line Jacks 1 & 2
Aux. Line 2
Line Jacks 3 & 4
Aux. Line 4
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Grounding
Terminal
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‘Grounding
Terminal
4
16-Line, 32-Station Base Unit
Line Jacks 9 & 10
Line Jacks 11 & 12
Line Jacks 13 & 14Line Jacks 15 & 16-
CAJsO25
Terminal
Figure 3-3a. Common Equipment Line Connections
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Station Connections
The digital telephone system supports the operation of
the following proprietary digital station types:
0 Multiline Telephones
0 LCD Speakerphones
0 DSS/BLF Consoles
0 Single-Line and Multiline Proprietary Telephones
Software Revision Considerations
A digital telephone system when equipped with Snnnn
software cartridges at any software revision level
provides support for the following DigiTech
telephones: product code 7714X, 7714s and 7700s
with a revision letter of A through H. At software
release 8, support was added for the DigiTech DD32X
DSSiBLF console.
Wiih the Snnnn software cartridge at software release
10, the digital telephone systemalso supports the
newer DigiTech telephones with a product code
7714X, 7714s and 7700s at a revision letter of I and
later. You need to consider the following items when
installing the revision I and later telephones.
ti While the system when equipped with an Snnnn
cartridge at software release 10 and later supports the
use of all DigiTech telephones regardless of their
revision letters, a system with an Snnnn cartridge at
software release of 9 or earlier will not support the
revision I and later telephones. In other words,
whenever a system includes revision I or later
DigiTech telephones, be sure that the system software
release is at 10 or later.
(/ Always program station ports to provide ringing line
preference to revision I and later telephones that are
connected there. This action is necessary before the
orange LED feature can become active.
With the Snnnn cartridge at’software release 11 A, the
digital telephone system provides support for the
proprietary single-line digital telephone (product code
7701 X).
With software release 128 in lnnnn software
cartridges, the digital telephone system provides
support for all DigiTech telephones and DSS/BLF
console plus support for Comdial Impact telephones
and DSS/BLF console with product codes of 8024,
8012, 8112, 8101, and IB64X beginning with a revision
letter of A.
With software release 138 on lnnnn cartridges, the
system adds support for the lrrrpac~ 8112N multiline
proprietary telephone and the Americom telephones
and consoles with product codes of 711 OX, 701 OS,
7016S, XD64X, and XDA16 to the support already
provided for all DigiTech and Impact telephones.
Station Installation
The G0408, GO81 6 and G1632 common equipment
supports the installation of up to 8, 16, or 32
telephones respectively. Add-on expansion modules
are available to expand the station capacity of the
systems.
Connections between the common equipment and the
stations are typically via type 66M-xx connector blocks
which are cable connected to the common equipment
50-pin male connector. The connector block is, in
turn, wired to modular jacks that accept the modular
line cord connected between it and the telephones.
The maximum distance allowed from the common
equipment to the stations is per the following list:
0 Multiline Telephones - 1000 feet using #24 gauge,
twisted-pair cable or 2000 feet using #22 gauge
cable
0 Single-Line Telephones - 1500 feet using #24
gauge, twisted-pair cable
When installing the system telephones keep in mind
that each station port supports only one proprietary
telephone and the system does not allow you to bridge
two stations to a single modular jack.
Grounding Considerations
Remember, if spare conductors exist in the cables that
run between the stations and the 66M-xx connector
blocks, it is good practice to connect them to earth
ground. Doing this may help prevent them from
introducing radio frequency and/or AC interference
into the system. Also remember that it is good
practice to disconnect any unused station jacks from
the connector block and ground that wiring to earth
ground as well.
Station Relocation
The digital proprietary telephones identify their
telephone type to the system when you install them.
The system assigns an extension number and all other
programmable attributes to station ports as a default
that you can reprogram them as needed. Plus, you
can use programming action to reassign attributes of
one station port to a different station port if you wish.
This station relocation feature allows you to do adds,
moves and changes without relocating the station
wiring. Refer to the automatic station relocation
programming procedure and the station-to-station
programming procedure found in Chapter 4.
NOTE: The station 10 to station port 10 assignment
can not be relocated.
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Cable Clips
particular enable button that he or she has
programmed, that device is the one that is active and
named in the display.
Each cabinet-mounted 50-pin male connector is
equipped with a retaining clip. This clip is designed to
secure the mated connection once it is made. The clip
does this by snapping into a slot on the cable-mounted
connector when it is pressed together with the
cabinet-mounted connector. This retaining clip must
be pulled back slightly to unsnap it before the
connectors can be separated.
If an external device requires power for its operation,
you must install an external source to supply it. The
system does not supply any power through the
telephone’s auxiliaryjack. The auxiliary jack is an
audio output source for the external ringer, external
paging device, and tape recorder. The jack will accept
an audio input signal from the headset microphone
during headset operation but it is not designed to
receive signals from any other external device or from
a telephone line.
Auxiliary Jack
(Impectand DiglTech LCD speakerphones with
product code of 80248 and T7OOS rev I and later)
The auxiliary jack (available on impact 80248 and
DigiTech 7700s Rev. I and later LCD speakerphones)
will support the use of the following devices: a
headset, a tape recorder, an external ringer, or an
external paging device.
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With the exception of a headset
microphone, do not connect the audio
output of any external device to the
auxiliary jack. Also, do not connect the tip
and ring leads of a telephone line to the
auxiliary jack. Do not connect any devices
to the auxiliary jack other than those
mentioned in the telephone user’s guide.
You should caution the telephone users
about this fact as well.
If a user needs to connect a tape recorder to his or her
telephone’s auxiliary jack, you must obtain a special
recorder cable made for this purpose from your normal
distribution outlets:
The auxiliary jack is a 4-position 616~type handset jack
that provides the following connections:
0 positions 2 and 3 = output from system
to external device
0 positions 1 and 4 = input to system from
headset’s microphone
At any given time, the auxiliary jack will serve
whichever external device that is listed in its display
but it will serve only one of those devices at a time.
The user must program a separate enable/disable
button for each external device that he or she plans to
connect to the auxiliary jack. When a user presses a
Cl001
CD001
Impact 80248 LCD speakerphone
DigiTech 7700s rev I and later
LCDspeakerphone
Station Connections - Continued on next page . . .
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(O-LINE, 32-STATION BASE UNIT
+LINE, 8-STATION BASE UNlT
STATIONS 1 O-25
STATION10-17. COMMON AUDIBLE,
DATA PORT, STATION 17 AUDIBLE,
POWER FAIL STATION,
I
RS-232 DATA PORT B
. .
POWER FAIL STATION
MUSIC INTERFACE
PAGING PORT
SYSTEM STATUS LED
- STATION 17
AUDIBLE
COMMON
AUDIBLE
8-LINE, I6-STATION BASE UNIT
STATION 10 - 25, COMMON AUDIBLE,
DATA PORT, STATION 17 AUDIBLE,
POWER FAIL STATION,
Figure 3-4a. Common Equipment Station Connections
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Table 3-2. J-1 Station Connections
(CLine, 6-Station Base Unit)
SPARE
PORTS
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Table 3-3. Jl Station Connections
(&Line, 16-Station Base Unit)
Station Connections - Continued on next page . . .
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Table 3-4a. Jl Station Connections
(16-Line, 32-Station Base Unit)
SPARE
PORTS
Station Connections - Continued on next page . . .
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Table 3-4b. 52 Station Connections
(l6-Line, 32-Station Base Unit)
25.PAIR CABLE CONNECTIONS
1 PIN
4
N
E
ILUE
7
I-GREEN
8
N
ED
9
K-BLUE
YELLOW-GREI
.GREEI
YELLOW-BROWN
BROWN-YELLOW
YELLOW-S1 .ATE
SLATE I-YELLOW
VIOLET-BLUE
BLUE_ VIOLET-ORAN
BROWN-VIOL1 E T
VIOLET-SLATE
SLATE-VIOLET
19
20
J 21
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9
25
P-WIRE
CLIP
29
4
1
1SIGNAL
7
8
9
SIGNAL
PATH
SIGNAl
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F
GREEN
1 31
11
1SIGNAL / (
32
7
33
8
34
9
13
14
15
16
17
18
SWAI
PAIJj
SIGNAL
PATH
SIGNAL
PATH .
1 36
21
_
1 44
19
45
20
1 46
;;
50
25
1
1
37
38
39
40
41
I
41
1
I
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48
49
50
STATION CONNECTIONS
CONNECTIONS
1 WIRE
GREEN
RED
GREEN
RED
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F
1
32
33
I
1SIGNAL
I
SPARE PORTS
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Station Wall Mounting
The Digrech (product code 77nnn) and lrnpacr
(product code 8nnnn) telephones are shipped from the
factory configured for desk use. To convert them for
wall mounting, follow the procedures outlined below.
Americom telephones (product codes 70nnn and
71 nnn) are standard desk telephones. They require
an optional bracket for wall mounting purposes. Order
either the TPWl OX-BK bracket (for 1 O-line telephones)
or the TPWl 6X-BK bracket (for 164ine telephones)
through your normal distribution channels.
To convert the model 77nn telephones for wall
mounting,
1. Disconnect line cord and handset cord from
telephone.
2. Turn telephone over to ex ose lower housing.
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The telephone circuitry is sensitive to
static electricity discharge. Be sure that
your body and the workplace are properly
grounded to avoid any static electricity
discharge while step 3 is being performed.
3. Remove screws that attach lower housing to upper
housing. Carefully separate lower and upper
housings making sure not to disconnect wiring
between them.
4. Carefully reverse lower housing end-for-end (rotate
it 180 degrees). Do not disturb any internal wiring
during this process.
5. Refasten lower housing to upper housing.
Make sure that all wires are clear-Do not
over-tighten screws while refastening the housings.
6. Route line cord through appropriate channel on
lower housing, and reconnect it to telephone.
Substitute a short line cord for standard supplied
one if desired.
7. Reconnect the handset cord.
To convert the Model 80nn And 81nn telephones
for wall mounting
1. Turn telephone over and disconnect line cord and
handset cord from telephone. Do not damage line
cord on plastic dressing tabs.
2. Remove screws from pedestal and unlatch it from
telephone housing, rotate it end-for-end (180
degrees), relatch its tabs in the slots in the lower
housing of the telephone, and replace screws.
3. Route line cord as appropriate, and reconnect it to
telephone. Substitute a short line cord for standard
supplied one if desired.
4. This telephone provides a reversible handset
retaining hook. When wall mounting, pull up this
hook and rotate it -180,degrees from its desk-use
orientation (see Figure 3-5b).
5. Reconnect the handset cord.
There are wall mounting enhancement kits available
through your normall distribution channels. These kits
include a handset cradle cup that you can
screw-mount to the telephone’s upper housing. The
product codes for these enhancement kits are: HCCI
for the lmpacr telephones (product codes 80nnn and
Blnnn), HCCX for the DigiTech telephones (product
codes 77nnn) and HCCA for Americom telephones
(product code 70nnn and 71 nnn).
To wall mount the telephones,
After configuring a telephone for wall mounting either
mount it directly on the wall using two #lO panhead
screws (obtained locally), or mount it on a wall jack
cover plate. If using a wall jack cover plate, use an
AT&T type 6308 wall plate for best results.
1. If #IlO screws are used, thread them into the wall
within 1/84nch of the surface. Refer to Figure 3-5~
for the spacing dimensions.
2. Position the keyhole-shaped holes in the bottom of
the telephone over the #l 0 screws or the cover
plate studs. Slide the telephone down until a slight
click is felt.
3. To remove the telephone, lift to unsnap both
screws or studs from the bottom housing, and then
lift it away from the wall.
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a andreplace
Remove lower housing,
rotate 180 degrees
Figure 3-5a. Reversing The Lower Housing
On Model 77nn Telephones
Pull up
sprinpbaded
handset wall tab,
rotate It 180 degmes,
and rekase.
Wall Plate - OR - #lo Screws
NOTE: AT&T 6308 wall plate is mommmled
for secure mount.
0
Figure 3-5b. Reversing The Pedestal And Handset
Hook On Model 60nn And 81 nn
Telephones
- -
02
3 15116
Figure 3-5~. Station Wall Mounting Details
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installation
DSWBLF Console Installation
Beginning with software release 8, the digital
telephone system supports the installation and use of
a DigiTech DD32X and an Americom XD84X
DSSIBLF console at any available station port. With
software release 12A, console support is extended to
include the impact IB64X console as well. The
number of installed consoles is limited only by port
availability; however, since a console complements a
companion telephone located in an adjacent station
port, you can use up to one-half of the available
station ports for consoles. In addition with the dual
console feature (discussed later), a full two-thirds of
the total station port capacity is available for console
use.
Beginning with software revision of 9, you can assign
two consoles to one telephone. This feature is
especially useful when used with DigiTech DD32X
consoles and a G1632 system that has one or two
GM408 expansion modules included with it. This dual
console feature allows a station user to monitor up to
48 stations from one station location using 32-button
consoles.
Install the first console at the station port that is
logic-paired with the station that you wish to
complement. Install the second console at any station
port except 10 or 11 and, using class of service
programming, assign it to the same station port that is
logic-paired with the first console.
The digital telephone station ports are logic-paired as
follows:
lo- 11
26-27
42-43
12-13
44-45
28-29
14 - 15
46 - 47
30 - 31
16 - 17
48-49
32 - 33
18-19
50 - 51
34 - 35
20 - 21
36 - 37
52 - 53
22-23
38 - 39
54 - 55
24-25
40 - 41
56 - 57
You can install a DD32X, XD64X, or IB64X console at
any station port and assign it to a station without first
installing a console at the station’s logic-paired port if
you wish. This configuration is convenient for adding
a console to an existing telephone installation that
already has its logic-paired port occupied; however, do
not use this configuration for assigning a console to
station ports 10 and 12 because the console buttons
will not be usable for programming. As discussed
above, this feature is also useful for adding a second
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console to a station that already has a paired console
installed with it.
The digital telephone system automatically recognizes
a console when you connect it to a station port and
automatically assigns the station intercom numbers to
the console buttons for direct station selection (DSS)
purposes with associated busy lamp field (BLF) status
lights. However, the console buttons are fully
programmable and the station user can customize
them as he or she see fit by programming them as
DSS buttons or as automatic dialing (autodial) buttons.
When the user programs the buttons for DSS use,
autodial capability is also available at a secondary
level at each DSS button. All 32 buttons on the DD32X
console and the first 48 buttons on the XD64X and
1864X are programmable for DSS and/or autodial use.
While the first XD32X console (the one installed at the
logic-paired port) extends the autodial buttons of the
paired telephone by 32 and provides DSSIBLF
coverage for station ports 10 through 41, the second
XD32X console (the one installed at the programmed
station port) provides DSS/BLF coverage as follows:
0 On a 32-station system with two 8-station expansion
modules, the first 16 buttons are automatically
assigned (defaulted) to station ports 42 through 57
for DSS purposes.
0 On a 32-station system with one 8-station
expansion module, the first 8 buttons are
automatically assigned (defaulted) to station ports
42 through 49 for DSS purposes.
0 On any other smaller station capacity system, all
buttons are unassigned.
When you install a console and program it to
complement a telephone without first having a console
installed at a port that is logic-paired to that telephone,
its button assignment is automatically defaulted, as
described above, but the user can reprogram it as
required. It is important to remember that when you
program for a second console, the system sets the
console button mapping to that which is described
above. When you clear the assignment, the system
resets the button mapping to match a logic-paired
console. This means that when the second console
feature is cleared, the console installed at that port
complements the telephone that is installed at its
logic-paired port instead of the telephone that is
located at the program designated port, and its buttons
are automatically reassigned to station ports 10
through 41 (through station port 57 with IB64X and
XD64X consoles).
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In addition to the DSS support that the consoles
provide to the telephone, the first DD32X console
provides COS programming buttons Cl0 through C41
and the second console provides COS programming
buttons C42 through C57 when they are needed. You
will not need the second IB64X or XD64X consoles for
programming purposes since the first one provides
complete program button coverage.
Refer to Figure 3-6 for an illustration of a typical
DSWBLF console installation.
CUP TERMIINALS
Typical
Telephone
Second
DSS/BLF
Console
Figure 3-6. Typical DSWBLF Console Connections
Installation
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provide communications capability until the
to the system is restored.
Power Failure Station Connections
The system provides a tip and ring pair connected to
line 1 as an emergency power failure circuit. This
circuit is active during a commercial AC power failure if
an external battery assembly is not installed to provide
battery back-up power to the system. Connect an
industry standard, single-line telephone, such as a
model 2500, to a power failure pair.and use it to
I4-LINE,
AC power
The power failure.pair is located as follows and as
detailed in Figure 3-7 below.
NOTE: The system also provides one power failure
connection with each add-on expansion
module.
POWER FAILURE TERMINALS ON
STATION CONNECTOR BLOCK
8-STATION AND 8-LINE, I6-STATION BASE UNITS1
-ORPOWER FAILURE JACK
lI6-LINE, 32-STATION BASE UN111
TYPICAL INDUSTRY STANDARD
NON-ELECTRIC TELEPHONE
(POWER FAILURE INTERFACE1
-/
PJ Gf
gj--1-w
34 - - l - 35 - - l - 36 - - l - 3 7 - - i - 3 6 --1-39 - - l - 40 - - l - 41----c4 2 - - t - 43 - - - I - 44 - - I - 45 - - l - 46 - - l - 47 - - I - 46 - - I - 4 9 - - l - S O - - l - -
CLIP
TERMINALS
Figure 3-7. Power Failure Connection
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Installation
Auxiliary Equipment Interface
You can connect an industry-standard telephone or
data device on a line ahead of the common equipment
if you wish. If you do so, the system can detect an
off-hook condition in the connected device and turn on
the line status light at the system telephones to
indicate that the line is busy. Table 3-1 (on page 7)
and Figure 3-8 below detail the auxiliary interface
connections.
NOTE: When you are employing this auxiliary
interface feature, the line-to-line port
reassignment as discussed previously and in
Chapter 4 works as described except in regard
to line 2 and line 4. Line 2 can only be
reassigned to line port 4 and line 4 can only be
reassigned to line port 2
0 Connection is across tip and ring of lines 2 and 4.
The system provides the auxiliary interface
connections at terminals 1 and 6 of common
equipment line jacks 1 and 2.
Figure 3-8. Auxiliary Interface Connections
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installation
Common Audible And
Auxiliary Ringing Interface
You can use he relay closure dry-contact points for
controlling external audible equipment. These contact
closures track the pattern of the ringing for incoming
calls. The contacts are closed during the ringing
period and are open during the silent period.
A typical common audible connection is illustrated
on Figure 3-9 .
Selected Ports
0 Station 7 7 audible terminals provide a dry-contact
relay closure whenever ringing is sent to station 17
or to a programmable destination. Use class of
service programming to choose either station 17 or
the paging port as the ringing destination. Refer to
Chapter 4 for details.
When you have programmed for station port 17
ringing, it is a common practice to use a
customer-supplied external device to provide loud
ringing and connected in a manner similar to the
common audible arrangement shown in Figure 3-9.
piifq
Do not exceed a 1 amp at 24 volts (0.5 amp
at 48 volts) load on these control terminals.
If the load requirements exceed this limit,
connect the load through an external slave
relay. DO NOT CONNECT THESE
CONTROL TERMINALS DIRECTLY TO THE
117VAC LINE.
1CAUTION 1
Do not connect a external paging amplifier
or any external ringing device to the
station port 17 connections.
Outside Lines
0 Common audible terminals provide a dry-contact
closure whenever any of the outside lines that you
have connected to the common equipment ring with
an incoming call.
0 When you have programmed forpaging port
tinging, it is a common practice to use a
customer-supplied external paging amplifier
connected to the paring port to amplify and
broadcast the ringing tones sent to, the paging port
by the system . You can employ the relay closures
that appear at the ringing terminals to energize the
external paging amplifier during the periods when
the ringing tones are being sent if necessary.
NOTE: Refer to the following paragraph headed
m for a discussion of
external paging amplifier connections and
infotma tion for using the paging port ringing
tem?ina/s in an alternate paging eriable
function.
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(Wiring shown for low current application - see caution text)
Power
Source for
Signalling
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IllpuL as
Required
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Wire to o
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Interface
Relay
24V Q lAMax.
48V 0.5A Max.
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- Power
-
VcltaKmta;ng
4 ACorDC
Input as
Required
%tF for
Relay
Diode
Power
Syrc~ for
;;wtw
Slave
Relay
4 ACorDC
Input as
Required
,
Station Connector Block
(4-Line, b-station and
E-Line, 1 E-Station Base Units)
Station 17 Audible
Common Audible
Barrier Strip
(lbline, 32Station Base Unit)
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Figure 3-9. Typical Common Audible Interface Wiring
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Installation
External Paging Interface
The system provides a special transformer-isolated
paging port that you can use to couple the system to a
customer-supplied external paging amplifier. This
external paging port does not provide a talk-back path
nor will it recognize DTMF dial tones.
You can use the relay closure dry-contact points that
the system makes available at the ringing port terminal
for controlling the external paging amplifier during a
paging operation. These contacts close and stay
closed during the time that a paging operation is active
to provide a constant enable signal path for the paging
amplifier.
NOTE: This paging enable constant closure function
overrides the ring pattern closure provided
when ringing is sent to the paging port. See
the previous paragraph titled -on Au&&
0 Connect the audio input of a customer-supplied
external paging amplifier to the paging port as
shown below in Figure 3-10.
0 If the paging amplifier requires an enable signal,
connect the enable leads to the station 17 audible
terminals as shown in Figure 3-10.
PA SYSTEM
coyI)EOUlPYllT
Oil@& l6-sTAfloN 8UE
IJMIT m o m ,
TO RINGING PORT
TERMINALS IF ENABLE IS
REOU IRE 0.
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S T A T I O N 17 AUDIBLE
4 6 - + +,-+-----w46 -+- --B--M.
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STATION CONNECTOR BLOCK
I4-LINE. 8-STATION AND 8-LINE. IG-STATION
BARRIER STR IP
l16-LINE. 32-STATION B A S E UNIT1
BASE UNITS1
Figure 3-10. Typical External Paging Connection
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External Paging Interface - Line Port
You can use class of service programming to convert
a line port to be an AUXILIARY port. As an
AUXILIARY port, a user can use it to couple a
telephone to an external paging device that you have
wired to the line port. He or she does this from any
station with that line presence by pressing the proper
line button to select the AUXILIARY port. The user
can dial DTMF tones or dial pulses through the
AUXILIARY port as needed. The paging enable relay
closure feature discussed previously is not available
for use with this installation.
0 Connect the audio input of a customer-supplied
external paging amplifier to the tip and ring leads of
the AUXILIARY port as shown in Figure 3-l 1 below.
0 You can install a DTMF tone select, zone-paging
amplifier if you wish. If do you install this type of
amplifier, the user must dial the zone-select code
after he or she presses the AUXILIARY port line
select button.
Program line port as
auxiliary port and connect
PA system to tip
tip and
andring
ring
that port.
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PA System
RING 3
TIP3
TIP 4
LINETERMINATION
‘TYPE 66MXX CONNECTOR BLOCK
OR
‘INDIVIDUAL 6-POSITION
MDDULAR JACKS
________I______-____---------- - - - - - CM01
Figure 3-11. Typical External Paging Connection - Line Port
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Installation
Data Device Connections
The system provides two RS232 Data Ports for use.
0 When you use a video display terminal (VDT) to
perform class of service programming, connect it to
RS232 Data Port A.
0 When you use a serial data printer for SMDR,
SMDA, and COS printout, connect it to the RS232
Data Port B.
0 If required for proper operation, wire the common
equipment CTS (clear-to-send status from device to
common equipment) connection to the device RTS
(request-to-send)
connection.
NOTE: The common equipment requires a positive
voltage, with respect to signal ground, in order
to send data.
The default data communications format is as follows:
0 7-bit data with 2 stop bits and no parity
0 When you use a Caller ID Interface (product code
CID08) to identify incoming calls, connect it to
RS232 Data Port B using the special cable provided
with the CID08. Refer to the paragraph titled C&r
Identification Service Support (located on page
4-40) for installation details associated with this
feature.
Configure a data device to match Jhis format for initial
operation or reprogram the system’s data format to
match those of a data device.
The distance between a data device and the common
equipment can be up to 500 feet in a quiet electrical
environment. Some sites may require shielded cable
for long runs. For longer distances, you must install
limited distance modems to relay the data
communications between the common equipment and
a data device.
rbLine, &Station And &Line, 164tation Base Units
When preparing a cable for connection to a data
device, refer to the manufacturer’s manual for the
equipment being interfaced and make the following
wiring connections:
0 Wire the common equipment RD (data from device
to common equipment) connection to the device TD
(transmit data) connection.
0 Wire the common equipment TD (data to device
from common equipment) connection to the device
RD (receive data) connection.
0 Wire the common equipment SG (signal ground)
connection to the device SG (signal ground)
connection.
0 Baud rate of 300 baud
The system’s data ports are located as follows and are
connected as illustrated in Figure 3-12 on the next
we.
l Clip terminals 37 - 40 (data port A) and 41 - 4 4
(data port B) on station connector block.
PORT R
SuLPoRT
TD = TERMINAL 37
TERMINAL 41
RD = TERMINAL 38
TERMINAL 42
CTS = TERMINAL 39
TERMINAL 43
SG = TERMINAL 40
TERMINAL 44
l&Line, 32-Station Base Unit
0 Special modular jacks are available as data ports
J A C K
SIG
None
1
CTS
2
RD
3
TD
4
SG
5
None
6
IiF’
TO RS232
DATA PORT A
TYPICAL VDT
INTERFACE
MODULAR JACK DATA PORTS
ll6-LINE. 32-STATION B A S E UNITI
RS232
RS232
DATA PORT 0 DATA PORT A
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INOUSTRY STANDARD
UOOULAR LINE CORD
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TYPICN UOUJLAR TO EIA ADAPTER
WIRlN6 SHOWN FOR REFERENCE ONLY.
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4
5
6
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INDUSTRY STANDARD
MODULAR LINE CORD
I4-CONWCTOR)
T Y P E N MODULAR T O EIA ADAPT6R
WlRlN6 SHOWN FOR REFERENCE ONLY.
Figure 3-i2. Typical Data Device Connections
NOTES :
I. MAXIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN COMMON EQUIPMENT
CABINET AND PRINTER OR VDT TYPICALLY LIMITED
TO 500 FEET. LONGER DISTANCES REWIRE LIMITED
DISTANCE MODEMS AT EITHER END OF RUN.
2. SOME DATA OEVICES REQUIRE CTS SIGNAL FOR
VROPER OPERATION. ROUTE TO DEVICE AS NEECED.
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Installation
Music Interface
If music is to be part of the system, connect a
customer-provided music source to the common
equipment music interface jack (phono jack) provided
for this purpose as shown below in Figure 3-13. The
impedance of this input is approximately 500 ohms.
Use the volume control on the music source to adjust
the audio level of the music as required.
MUSIC INTERFACE
MUSIC SOURCE
(FOR MUSIC ON
HOLD AND BACKGROUND
MUS IC 1
Figure 3-13. Music Interface
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Installation
Add-On Expansion Module
Introduction
You can install one or two optional add-on expansion
modules on the common equipment base unit to
increase the line and station capacity of an installed
system. The add-on module is as follows:
provides station ports 10 through 25 and lines 1
through 8. When installed, a 408 Expansion module
will provide station ports 26 through 33 and lines 9
through 12 thus creating a twelve line by twenty-four
station system.
0 408 Expansion Module - A four-line by eight-station
expansion unit
Each expansion module provides a tip and ring pair as
an emergency power failure circuit. This circuit is
connected to the first module-provided line.
The expansion capabilities provided by the add-on
module are shown in Figure 3-14 on the next page.
The default numbering of the expanded lines and
stations begin with the next higher line or station port
number from that provided by the host base unit. The
numbering continues sequentially from top module to
bottom module if two modules are installed. For
example: The defaulted 8-line, 16-station base unit
The line
available
openings,
right and
left. Line
below.
connections of the expansion module are
at two modular jacks. When facing the jack
lines 1 and 2 are provided by the jack on the
lines 3 and 4 are provided by the jack on the
connections are detailed in Table 3-5,
The station connections are available at a 50-pin
connector. Table 3-6 detail these station connections.
Table 3-5. Line Connections - 408 Expansion Module
Add-On Expansion Module - continued on next page . . .
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4-LINE, 8-STATION BASE UNIT
%-PORT
SYSTEM
12-LINES AND 24-STATIONS
(BASE UNlT PLUS ONE EXPANSION MODULE)
B-LINE, l&STATION BASE UNIT
48-PORT
SYSTEM
M-LINES AN0 3bSTATIONS
(BASE UNm PLUS TWO EXPANSION MODULES)
GDPORT
SYSTEM
PC-LINES AND 40.STATIONS
(BASE UNIT PLUS ONE EXPANSION MODULE)
72-PORT
SYSTEM
24.LINES AND 4%STATIONS
(BASE UNIT PLUS TWO EXPANSION MODULES)
Figure 3-14. Add-On Expansion Module Configuration
Add-On Expansion Module - continued on next page. . .
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Installation
Table 3-6. Station Connections - 408 Expansion Module
BROWN-RED
RED-SLATE
SLATE-RED
BLACK-BLUE
BLUE-BLACK
BLACK-ORANGE
ORANGE-BLACK
BLACK-GREEN
GREEN-BLACK
BLACK-BROWN
BROWN-BLACK
BLACK-SLATE
SLATE-BLACK
YELLOW-BLUE
116
9
35
10
36
11
37
12
38
13
39
14
40
1 15
141
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
130
131
GRFFN - VIOLET
B- 24
BROWN s VlOl FT
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25
SLATE-VIOLET
23
49
74
50
25
46
47
48
49
50
10
11
12
13
14
15
SqARE
PORTS
TIP
RING
POWER FAIL
STATION
Add-On Expansion Module - continued on next page . . .
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Installation
Add-On Expansion Module Installation
Each add-on expansion module measures 15.5 wide x
9.4 high x 1.6 wide and weighs approximately 4
pounds. The modules are designed so that you can
attach them to the base unit and connect them to it via
cabling.
[q
You must always connect the first module
to the top location on the base unit.
To install an expansion module to a base unit, refer to
Figure 3-15 and perform the procedure detailed in
steps 1 - 11.
NOTE: If you p/an to a/so up-grade the system
software at the same time that you add
expansion modules, be sure to add the
. expansion modules first by following steps 1
through 7 1. After you have installed the
expansion modules and programmed for the
new stations and line ports, you can then
up-grade the software as described in the
discussion beginning on page 3-36 titled,
re C&i&e. Following this installation
sequence insures that the new sotWare
recognizes the new stations and lines that are
made available by the expansion modules.
1. Disconnect both AC power and external battery
back-up power from the system.
2 . Remove and set aside nameplate from base unit.
This action exposes internal cable connector on
base unit circuit board.
3. Reach through opening in base unit and mate
module cable plug with base unit circuit board
connectors.
4 . Push excess cable inside base unit housing
through connector opening.
5. Install expansion module in place on all four
mounting holes. Be sure excess cable is not
pinched between add-on module and base unit.
6. Pull module down to latch in place.
7 . Use flat-blade screw driver to tighten module
securing screw into base unit threaded fastener.
8. Snap nameplate into slots on top of module
housing.
9. Attach #IO or #I2 insulated, solid copper wire
between the grounding terminal on the expansion
module and the grounding terminal on the common
equipment cabinet.
10. Reconnect the power to the system.
11 .Refer to Chapter 4, and perform configuration
programming for new station and line ports.
Add-On Expansion Module - continued on nexf page. - .
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TYPICAL BASE UNIT
(O-LINE. IC-STATION
BABE UNITI
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111111111111111111111111111111111
111111111111111111111111111111111
111111111111111111111111111111111
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(REMOVE TO EXPOSE BASE
UNIT CONNECTORS1
TOP
LOCATION:
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I2 PLACES)
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B
- L O W E R YOUNTING H O L E S
12 PLACES1
BOTTOM
LOCATION-
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.
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0
TOBASE
UNIT
CONNECTING CABLE
AND PLUG
SECURING
SCREW
SNAP SLOTS FOR
NAMEPLATE
TYPICAL
ADD-ON
MODULE
Figure 3-15. Add-On Expansion Module Installation
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Installation
Software Cartridge
Introduction
The system requires a plug-in module with the
common equipment base unit to provide the following
functions:
0 Operating System Software Control
0 Default Functional Program
0 Call Cost Storage For System Collected Records
The installed software cartridge provides the operating
system software control of the digital telephone
system.
The system stores call cost records in the software
cartridge and, if you exchange the present software
cartridge with a new one, all call cost records that the
system stored in the present cartridge are lost.
Because of this, be sure to obtain a print-out of all call
cost records and then delete them from memory
before exchanging a new cartridge for the currently
installed one.
The system stores all of the class of service data that
you program into its common equipment memory and
not in the software cartridge; therefore, the system
does not lose any current class of service parameters
if you replace the existing software cartridge with one
that has the same software revision number. However,
when you up-grade the system software by
exchanging the existing software cartridge with one
that has a later revision number, there are several
steps that you should take. If you take these steps,
you will ensure proper system operation with the
up-graded software and you will not have to reprogram
the class of service parameters for the system, line,
and station features.
When up-grading the system software,
1. Make a copy of the call cost records and then
delete them from the system memory per the
following procedure:
To print records: press INTERCOM, dial % # 076 #,
and press SPEAKER.
To delete records: press INTERCOM, dial % #
07’7#, and press SPEAKER.
2. Use a personal computer and a communications
software program to save the currently stored
system data base. Refer to the Chapter 4
discussion titled Video Terminal Programming
Procedure, Remote Programming Configuration
for
complete details for doing this.
3. Remove AC power from the system and
disconnect any battery back-up that may be
connected to it.
4. Exchange the current software cartridge with the
one that has a later revision number using the
installation instructions below.
5. Restore power to the system.
6. Perform the master clear procedure from the VDT
or at the programming station as follows:
- press INTERCOM,
- dial + # 746 *,
- dial 90,
- dial 51684,
- press SPEAKER.
7. Use the VDT procedure referred to in step 2 and
re-load the system data base into the system
memory.
Installation
The software cartridge plugs into the common
equipment base unit housing as shown in Figure 3-16.
To avoid any chance of electrostatic
discharge damage to the software
cartridge, avoid touching the connector
with your fingers while handling it. Also, be
sure to disconnect the AC power to the
base unit (also disconnect battery backup
power If it is connected) before installing
or removing a software cartridge.
To install a cartridge,
NOTE: Before installing a software cartridge into a
base unit, be sure the product code matches
the product code of the base unit (i.e., place an
408 cartridge into a 408 base unit; place an
816 cartridge into a 816 base unit; and place
an 7632 cartridge into a 7632 base unit.
1. Orient the cartridge so that the connector end is
toward the base unit opening and the removal
notch, located at the top rear of the cartridge, is
toward the front of the base unit.
2. Insert the cartridge into the base unit cabinet with a
steady gentle pressure until it seats into place.
Then, press the cartridge into place firmly to fully
mate the connections.
To remove a cartridge,
1. Place the bit of a flat-blade screwdriver into the
removal notch. Lift up on the cartridge with the
screwdriver to un-mate the connections.
2. Slide the cartridge out of the base unit.
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TYPICAL
COMMON EQUIPMENT
BASE UNIT
CARTRIDGE
(PUSH IN TO INSTALL)
TYPICAL
COMMON EQUIPMENT
BASE UNIT
CARTRIDGE
(LIFT CIUT TO REMOVE)
Figure 3-16. Software Cartridge Installation and Removal
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Data Communications With The Digital Telephone System
Arrange both station-to-line and station-to-station data
communications through the system telephones, using
a data device, a modem, and a data switch.
Equipment Required
0 Any data device (such as a VDT or a personal
computer equipped with communications software)
0 Any Hayes-compatible modem
0 A data switch (such as the model PC-787JJ-PS
from Precision Components Telephone, Addison IL,
60101, telephone 1-708-543-6400).
This data
switch is applicable for use with modems, FAX
machines, and audio tape recorders.
Connections
Refer to Figure 3-17, and connect the equipment as
illustrated. Use the cable supplied with the data switch
to make the connection between the switch and the
telephone handset jack, and use customer-supplied
cables to make the remaining connections. Make the
modem and data device connections using cabling
specified in the literature accompanying this
equipment.
Certain digital telephone models include a headset
jack located on the rear housing near the line jack.
You can use this headset jack for the data
communications path but you must make the following
changes to the illustrated connections:
OlSettinQ
Position 5
Position 9
Condition
Handset connected to data switch
Headset connected to data switch
The data switch has a phase switch located on the
right side of the cabinet. Set this switch to the
NORMAL position (toward the rear of the cabinet).
It is very important to set the telephone volume
control to the minimum level when using the data
switch arrangement for data communications.
Communication
Procedures
Station-To-Line
To make-a-data transmission to a distant site over a
CO/PBX line,
1. Set data switch to VOICE.
2. Prepare modem and data device for data
communications. Refer to information supplied
with software and equipment.
3. Press telephone line button and hear dial tone.
4. Set data switch to DATA.
5. Issue dialing command to modem from data device
keyboard.
Station-lo-Station
To make a data transmission to another station
equipped and connected as shown in Figure 3-17,
1. Set data switch to VOICE.
2. Prepare modem and data device for data
0 Leave the handset connected to the telephone and
keep it on-hook.
0 Connect the accessory headset to the handset jack
of the data switch.
communications. Refer to information supplied
with software and equipment.
3. Press ITCM (INTERCOM on some models) on
telephone and hear dial tone.
4. Dial other station and set up voice call.
0 Connect the telephone jack of the data switch to the
headset jack of the telephone (instead of to the
handset jack as illustrated).
The data switch has a compatibility control located on
the bottom of the cabinet. Set this control to match the
telephone equipment being used. Change the settings
+/- 2 positions from the specified settings to provide
the quietest data path possible.
Use a flat blade screw driver to set the compatibility
control per the following chart:
5. Type “ATXl D” on data device keyboard but do
press ENTER. Ask intercom party to type “ATA”
on their data device keyboard but do press
ENTER.
8. Complete voice conversation, ask intercom party to
set their data switch to DATA and to press ENTER
on their keyboard.
7. Set data switch to DATA, and press ENTER on
data device keyboard. Modems will automatically
complete data connection.
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TO CO/PBX
LINE
TELEPHONE JACK
f/-DATA JACK
EQUIPMENT
LINE CONNECTION
STATION CONNECTION
,
(SEE NOTE 1)
INTERCONNECT
CABLE
TI
(REAR VINV)
Supplled with Data Switch)
n
HANDSET JACK
TYPICAL
DATA SWITCH
(SEE TEXT)
TYPICAL DATA DEVICE
(PERSON,,LvI;MPUTER
TYPICAL
DATA MODEM
TELEPHONE
HANDSET
(SEE NOTE 1)
.
NOTE I: When the telephone Is equipped w/th a headset Jack leave the telephone
handset connected to the telephone and keep It on-hook. Connect the
accessory headset to the handsetjack of the data switch. Connect me cable
that Is supplied tith the data swttch between the fe/ephone Jack
of the data switch and the headset jack of the telephone.
Figure 3-17. Dais Communications Interconnection Diagram
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Installation
System Checkout And Failure Isolation
Initial Condition
The system operating features are set to default
conditions at initial power-up. These conditions
provide a basic operating system with a known set of
parameters, and the system should be initially
checked out with the default conditions in place. At
any time while the system is operating, default
conditions can be reset from station port 10 or 12 per
the instructions provided in Chapter 4, Programming.
Check Out
Check the common equipment and telephone
installation for proper operation by performing the
following resistance and voltage measurements.
General Check
1. Check the red light emitting diode (LED) system
status indicator. Be sure that it is on steady. If it is
off or flashing, refer to the paragraph below titled,
Failure Isolation.
2. Refer to Chapter 5 for operating information and
perform a general operational test of the system by
exercising the features from station port 10 or 11.
Operational parameters are per the system default
conditions as detailed in Chapter 4 until class of
service programming is performed.
3. Once the basic system is verified as operational,
perform the class of service programming as
described in Chapter 4.
Resistance Check
Measure the resistance at the station connector blocks
under the following conditions.
0 AC power cord disconnected from electrical outlet.
0 Common equipment connected to station connector
blocks.
0 Stations wired and wiring punched down on blocks.
0 Bridging clips removed from blocks to isolate
stations from common equipment.
Measure the resistance of each installed station and
wiring from the station side of the connector blocks.
Resistance values will vary with cable length and
station type but should be within the following limits:
- Greater than 700 Kohms
Voltage Check
Make the following voltage measurements at the
station connector blocks under the following conditions:
0 Bridging clips installed
Failure Isolation
System Status Indicator
A red LED located on the common equipment cabinet
near the music port is the system status.indicator.
This indicator is turned on steady when power is
applied to the system. If the indicator flashes after
power up, it could be indicating a processor failure.
Unplug and reconnect the AC power to the power
supply and observe the LED indication. If it still shows
a flashing indication, equipment replacement may be
necessary.
Station Self Test
Self test the multiline stations for proper operation per
the following instructions:
1. Disconnect line cord at station base.
2 . Press and hold test button (1 for Impact
telephones or MUTE for DigiTech or Americom
telephones) and reconnect line cord to station
connector. Station will automatically perform self
test routine.
3. Releasetest button as soon as test begins.
Sequence of test is as follows:
0 AC power connected to the common equipment
0 Indicators will light in sequence
Measure the voltage across the signal pair. The
measured voltage must be within the following limits:
0 Ringer will sound - be sure volume is set to low
or high
-28-36VDC
0 Indicators and ringer will then turn off at the
same time
4 . Replace any station that does not pass the self test.
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Installer/User Information Regarding FCC Rules And Regulations
This electronic key system complies with Federal
Communications Commission (FCC) Rules, Part 68. The
FCC registration label on the KSU contains the FCC
registration number, the ringer equivalence number, the
model number, and the serial number or production date of
the system.
Notification To Telephone Company
Unless a telephone operating company provides and installs
the system, the telephone operating company which
provides the lines must be notified before a connection is
made to them. The lines (telephone numbers) involved, the
FCC registration number, and the ringer equivalence
number must be provided to the telephone company. The
FCC registration number and the ringer equivalence number
of this equipment are provided on the label attached to the
common equipment.The user/installer is required to notify
the telephone company when final disconnection of this
equipment from the telephone company line occurs.
Compatibility With Telephone Network
When necessary, the telephone operating company provides
information on the maximum number of telephones or
ringers that can be connected to one line, as well as any
other applicable technical information. The telephone
operating company can temporarily discontinue service and
make changes which could affect the operation of this
equipment. They must, however, provide adequate notice,
in writing, of any future equipment changes that would make
the system incompatible.
Installation Requirements
Connection of the electronic key system to the telephone
lines must be through a universal service order code
(USOC) outlet jack supplied by the telephone operating
company. If the installation sfte does not have the proper
outlet, ask the telephone company business office to install
one. The correct outlet jack for this system is either a type
RJ21X or type FiJ14C.
Party Lines And Coin Lines
Local telephone company regulations may not permit
connections to party lines and coin lines by anyone except
the telephone operating company.
Troubleshooting
If a service problem occurs, first try to determine if the
trouble is in the on-site system or in the telephone company
equipment. Disconnect all equipment not owned by the
telephone company.
If this corrects the problem, the faulty equipment must not be
reconnected to the telephone line until the problem has been
corrected. Any trouble that causes improper operation of the
telephone network may require the telephone company to
discontinue service to the trouble site after they notify the
user of the reason.
Repair Authorization
FCC regulations do not permit repair of customer owned
equipment by anyone except the manufacturer, their
authorized agent, or others who might be authorized by the
FCC. However, routine repairs can be made according to
the maintenance instructions in this publication, provided
that all FCC restrictions are obeyed.
Radio Frequency Interference
The electronic key system contains incidental radio
frequency generating circuitry and, if not installed and used
properly, may cause interference toradio and television
reception. This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class A computing device
pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against such
interference when operated in a commercial environment.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area may cause
interference to radio and television reception; in which case
the user is encouraged to take whatever measures may be
required to correct the interference. If this equipment does
cause 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 the television or
radio’s receiving antenna, andlor relocate the KSU, the
individual telephone stations, and the radio or TV with
respect to each other. If necessary, the user should consult
the manufacturer or an experienced radio/television
technician for additional suggestions. The user may find the
following booklet prepared by the Federal Communications
Commission helpful: “How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV
Interference Problems.” This booklet is available from the
Government Printing Office, Washington D.C. 26402. Stock
No. 004-000-00345-4.
This digital apparatus does not exceed the (Class A)
limits for radio noise emissions from digital appartus
set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the
Canadian Department of Communications.
Le prksent appareil numerique n’ement pas de bruits
radioalectriques depassant les limites applicables aux
appareils mumeriques (de la class A) prescrites dans
le Rbglement sur le brouillage radior9ectrique 6dicte
par le minist&e des Communications du Canada.
Ringer Equivalence Number
The REN of each line is 1.38. The FCC requires the
installer to determine the total REN for each line, and record
it at the equipment.
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System Programming
Chapter 4
System Programming
General Programming Information
service conditions. Therefore, never perform a master
clear procedure on an existing installed system unless
data loss and COS default are acceptable. Refer to
the information provided in the procedure titled Master
Clearfor programming details
Perform configuration programming from station port
10 or station port 12. The system will not accept
programming commands from any other station port in
the system. For best programming results, employ an
LCD speakerphone. While you can install any
non-LCD digital telephone and use it for programming,
visual feedback of the programming operations will not
be available. Configuration programming from station
port 10 or 12 is unlimited as to the features that you
can program using it. Usually you perform this
procedure when you first place the system into service.
The system provides time and date information for
display on LCD speakerphones. After installing,
checking out, and master clearing a system, set the
system clock with the current date and time
information using the procedures provided in the
procedure titlted System Configuration. You cal also
use the configuration programming procedures to set
certain attendant features (as also discussed in the
System Attendant’s Guide) that affect day-to-day
operations such as: system clock setting, system
speed dial, night transfer of tinging, music on hold,
LCD messages, station names, and SMDA reports.
ti Always keep the handset of the LCD speakerphone
on-hook while programming the system. Plus, you
must be sure that the system is not in the night
transfer (of ringing) mode of operation when you
program it.
Alternately, you can petform programming using a
customer-provided Video Display Terminal (VDT) with
an RS-232 compatible, serial interface. VDT
programming is completely menu driven and easy to
follow. It is arranged somewhat differently from station
port programming categories to facilitate menu usage.
VDT programming is discussed in the Chapter 4
procedure titled video Display Terminal fmgnmming.
You can find a complete diccussion of VDT
programming in publication lMl66-094, Djgital
Telephone System VDT P tugramming Reference
Manual
Pro ramming Overlays
The literature patf!a ge with the system includes
programming overlays for use in identifying the
buttons required for programming. The overlays fit
over the buttons of the programming station. A full
size copy of available programming overlays are
included at the end of this chapter for use as needed.
Supporting DigiTech Telephones With
A Revision Letter Of I And Later
There are several items that you need to consider
when installing the revision I and later DigiTech
telephone to the digital telephone system. These
items are detailed below.
Prior to taking any programming action, determine the
desired parameters and requirements. Record this
data on the class of service programming reference
charts located at the end of Chapter 4.
d While the system software cartridges (product code
Snnnn) with software release 11 A and later supports
the use of all DigiTech telephones regardless of their
revision letter, any systems with a software release of
9 or earlier will not support the revision I and later
telephones. In other words, whenever a system
includes revision I or later telephones, be sure that the
system software cartridge has a software release
revision of 11A or later.
You can program a group of lines or stations to have
the same configuration as one that you have already
programmed. This block programming feature
eliminates the need to individually program every line
or station that requires the same configuration.
After you have completely installed a telephone
system for the first time or if a system that you
previously installed has been turned off and placed out
of service for a period of time (several weeks, for
example), perform a master clear programming
procedure before placing it into service. If you plan to
perform a master clear procedure, perform it first
before performing 6ny other programming procedure.
The master clear procedure, clears all memory
locations of any unwanted data that may be stored
there. It also clears any previously programmed data,
such as autodial numbers and defaults all class-of-
ti Always program station ports to provide ringing line
preference to revision I and later DigiTech telephones
(and to all Impact telephones) that are connected
there. This action is necessary before the orange LED
feature can become active. The orange status light
indicates a ringing line to distingush it from lines that
are in use or on hold.
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Converting Button Designations
the same button on the telephone that you are
mapping. No overlay or conversion chart is needed
here.
When you first power a new system with no
telephones connected, it defaults its station ports as
follows:
When you mix telephones on the same system and
you are cross-model button mapping, you will need
either the overlay or the conversion chart. The overlay
works best when you are using an impact or
Americom telephone at the programming station to
button map a DigiTech telephone located elsewhere.
The chart is more convenient when you have a
DigiTech telephone at the programming station and
you are button mapping an impact or Ameticom
telephone located elsewhere. In either case, when
you map a line to a selected button, it is best if you
choose the line by dialing its code rather than by
pressing a button on the programming station to
represent it. To choose lines 1 through 24, you must
dial 01 through 24.
ziFEY-=DigiTech 24-line telephones
lnnnn
Impact 24-line telephones
When you connect a telephone to a powered-up
system or when you turn on the AC power to a system
after you have connected a telephone to it, the
telephone identifies itself to the system but its button
mapping will be defaulted for the telephone types
denotes above until you master clear the system.
The buttons on impact and Americom telephones are
designated as L buttons while the buttons on a
DigiTech telephone are designated as A and B buttons
These different button designations relate to one
another in the manner detailed in the following chart.
There are times when you are programming the
system parameters that you may need to use this
chart for conversion purposes. At other times, you
can use the proper telephone programming ovenay
with A and B designations that you can find included in
the literature package for the digital telephone system.
You can find sample overlays included at the end of
this chapter.
The following examples explain when you need to use
conversions.
To select button L21 for reprogramming on an Impact
telephone using another Impact telephone at station
10 for programming, press button L21 on the station
10 telephone. Note that no conversion is required in
this example.
To select button 85 for reprogramming on a DigiTech
telephone while using an impact telephone for
programming, press the button designated as 85 by
the programming overlay on the impact telephone at
station 10 (this is actually L21 but the overlay did the
conversion for you).
To select button L21 for reprogramming on an Impact
telephone while using a DigiTech telephone for
programming, press button B5 on the DigiTech
telephone at station 10 (you use the conversion chart
to convert the B5 button to an L21 button).
Jj you ma VDT, it is
best to allow the telephones to identify themselves to
the system before you button map them. When you
do this, the VDT presents the proper button
designations in its prompt and you will not need an
overlay or conversion chart. Beginning with software
release 138 on the lnnnn software cartridges, the
system queries you to designate the telephone type
for unoccupied station ports. Upon your response, the
system presents the proper button designations in the
prompts for these ports.
ns 10 or 12 and you have placed an Impact or
an Americom telephone at the programming port, you
should place the programming overlay on it. This
makes the button designations match the A and B
designations called for in this system programming
manual.
OUDerformbuttonmabDlnafrom
12 using the non-square system programming feature
to reassign telephone buttons to different functions,
you may need either the overlay or the above chart
depending upon the type of telephone that you have
installed at the programming port.
If all system telephones are the same type, when you
press a button at the programming station, you select
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System Programming
Class Of Service Programming
Class of service programming provides you with the means for programming all of the system variables; however,
you may elect to program only the line attributes and leave the remainder of the system variables set to their
default values. Perform the class of service programming in the sequence shown below.
Mark the desired selections in the
charts to record programming needs.
Enter the base level programming mode.
Typical Feature Programming Sequence
\
Automatic Hold
When you enable this feature, the
telephone user can automatically
existing line call on hold when she or he
presses another line button to
second call.
Automatic Hold For Intercom
- To enable automatic hold for line calls,
?3TATlON FEA
1. Dial 53.
‘AUTO HOLD
2. Dial 11.
3. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Asssigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
4. Dial #+ for next station feature.
-ORDial ++ % for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
To enable automatic hold for intercom calls,
“STATION FEA TlJRES”
1. Dial 53.
2. Dial 12.
STCM AUTO HOLD”
3. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
ake opposite selection.
a Dial a feature code to select a programming
parameter.
A current program setting is indicated by a lighted
LED next to the applicable programming button.
When a toggle (ON/OFF) action is provided by a
single button, the lighted LED indicates when the
feature is active.
If a tone burst sounds three times during
programming, it denotes an erronous input.
Programming can be continued after an error
without ending and re-entering the programming
mode from base level..
10 Press % to return to the most previous
programming level. Each press returns to the
next previous programming level.
Press SPKR to end procedure.
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Master Clear and Class Of Service Defaults
ou can return the entire programming configuration to the factory settings using the master clear procedure or
IU can return the individual system, line, and station class of service configurations to their factory settings using
le system, line, and station default procedures. Keep in mind that the operating parameters and class of service
dues effected by the factory settings will provide satisfactory performance
in a broad range of site applications.
Not on/y does the master clear procedure return ALL programmed variables to a known
state of ooeration. it also clears all currently stored autodial and speed dial numbers.
Aaster Clear
qetums entire system configuration to
actory settings and clears all stomd auto
u?d speed dial numbers.
“CONFIG. MODE”.
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“MASTER CLEAR :
2. Dial 90
3. Dial 5 1 6 8 4 to clear the entire system.
System returns to normal operation mode automatically.
system Default
qetums the system configuration features
0 factory settings.
“CONFIG. MODE”.
l.PresslTCMDial+++#7466
“SYSTEM DEFAULT”.
2. Dial 10
3. Press #to default system features.
System returns to configuration mode automatically..
,ine Default
qetums the line configuration features to
‘actoty settings.
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2. Dial 30
3. Press # to default line features.
“CONFIG. MODE”.
“LINE DEFAULT ,,.
System returns to configuration mode automatically.
Station Default
Returns the station configuration features tc
factory settings.
“CONFIG. MODE”.
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‘STATION DEFAULT “.
2. Dial 50
3. Dial 00 to default station ports system-wide.
-ORSelect individual station port to be defaulted:
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - CV.
4. Dial +K for next station to default.
-ORDial +k # for configuration mode.
Default Button Assignments
Returns the button mapping of individual
stations to its factory setting.
“CONFIG. M O D E ” .
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‘BUlTON’MAPPING
*
2. Dial 56.
BU7TON DEFAULT ’
3. Dial 01.
4. Select station ports to be defaulted: - Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57.
5. Dial +# for next button mapping feature.
-ORDial f +# for configuration mode.
Toll Restriction TabkDefault
The system defaults two toll restriction
tables with preprogrammed values and
assigns them to the lines. You need only tc
assign them to the stations to put them into
effect. The preprogrammed values are as
1. Dial 70.
2. Press #to default toll tables.
3. Dial +++ for configuration mode
’
“DEFAULT TOLL *
Entry l= 1800
Entt$2=911
Entt$2 = 976
Entry3=411
These values will provide satisfactory
system performance in a broad range of
site applications; however, they can be
changed as needed to meet different toll
restriction needs.
Press SPKR to end.
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System
Programing
System Configuration - Miscellaneous Features
0 To make a record of the programming configuration, mark the desired requirements in the system class of
service records chart found at the end of Chapter 4.
0 To make the programming selections, dial the feature code and then dial the configuration code (or press
the programming button where appropriate).
NOTE: A lighted LED next to the programming button for the selection indicates the current configuration.
When a sing/e button provides a toggle (on/off) action, the lighted LED indicates the active feature.
0 The first step in any
feature code for any
then dial %# 7 4 6
return the system to
programming sequence is to enter the base level. Once in this mode, you can dial the
desired configuration. Enter the base level with the following procedure: press
ITCM
+#. The last step is to press the SPKR button to end the programming procedure and
normal operation.
htomatic Station Relocation
Nith this feature, the system will
automatically recognize a particular
station should that station be re-located
io a different station port. It will supply
the same COS parameters at this new
mttas was programmed for the station
at the original port. This feature allows
users to relocate their telephone from
3ne station port location to another yet
retain their original telephone features.
NOTE: If you turn this feature on, be
sure to make the station users
understand that their telephone
parameters could change if
they trade telephones from port
to port.
“A UT0 STA RELOCA T”
1. Dial 27
2. Press Al to toggle between enable and disable
(LED On = Enable)
-ORDial 1 to Enable (Al LED On)
Dial 2 to Disable
3. Dial t for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
Data Baud Rate
The speed or baud rate of the data bit
stream, which carries the SMDR and
configuration data between the system
snd an external data device, must be
programmed to match the requirements
3f the data device.
All of these programmable baud rate
entries provide a w condition.
1. Dial 15.
2. Dial 1 for data port A.
-ORDial 2 for data port B
3. Choose baud rate.
Dial 01 or Press Al.
Dial 02 or Press A2.
Dial 03 or Press A3.
Dial 04 or Press A4.
Dial 05 or Press AS.
Dial 06 or Press A6.
Dial 07 or Press A9.
Dial 06 or Press AlO.
Dial 09 or Press Al 1.
Dial 10 or Press A7 for 7
data bits and 2 stop bits.
Dial 11 or Press Al4 for 8
data bits and 1 stop bit.
4. Dial +# for next data port.
5. Dial t * for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make
NOTE: If you use XMODEM protocol
.
for data transfer between a
VDT and the common
equipment, you must use
&bit data.
#BAUD R A T E *
“W nD nS 110”
“W nD nS 150”
“W nD nS 300”
“W nD nS 600”
‘W nD nS 7200”
“W nD nS 2400”
“W nD nS 4800”
‘W nD nS 9600”
“W nD nS 19200”
“W 70 25 22222”
“W 8D 1s zzzzZn
different selection.
Press SPKR to end.
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Press ITCM ++#746+#
nhibit, and Override
4 telephone user can press a button
either one that you have mapped on
tis or her station or one that is provided
)y an interactive button on an LCD
speakerphone) to set his or her station
o a DND condition.
lou can inhibit the user’s ability to set
“BUTON MAPPING ’
“ASSIGN DND CODE ”
3. Select button to be programmed:
- Press Al - A14, Bl - B8.
4. Select station ports to be programmed with a DND button
(LED On = Selected Station):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
5. Dial % for further DND button assignment
Dial +K +# for next button mapping feature.
41~0, a caller to a DND station can
werride a DND condition if you
xogram the calling station to have the
IND override feature.
NOTE: When you enable the do not
disturb override feature, the
system automatically enables
the executive override feature
for the station as we//.
Dial +I+ 8 +# for configuration mode.
To clear, dial 5664, press button, dial # and repeat above steps 4 and 5.
l DNDXXXXXXXX
’
2. Press Al to toggle between enable and disable (LED On = Enable).
Dial 1 to Enable
“DND ENABLED ’
‘DND DISABLED ’
3. Dial f for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
#DND OVERRIDE y
3. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
4. Dial +R for next station feature.
Dial +# % for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
picking up a call that a user placed o n
hold at another station. You can
enable or disable it system-wide using
this procedure.
Dial 1 to enable
*ENABLE EXC HOLD U
“DISABLE EXC HOLD”
3. Dial +R for configuration mode.
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Press ITCM *#746*
LCD
Messaging
U’OIJ can create messages that
:elephone users can set at their
stations to be displayed by any LCD
speakerphone that calls them on the
ntercom line. The system provides two
standard messages but you can use
this programming procedure to create
up to 10 custom messages.
System attendants also have access to
this feature.
Music On Hold
When you connect an external music
source to the system, it will provide
music to outside lines that are placed
on hold. You can disable the music
using this programming procedure.
System attendants also have access to
this feature
CHAR 1 CODE
I 31
I
43
.51
52
53
i
I
k
I
61
( .62
If 9;
63
m
n
1 0
I
1 D
K
I
M
N
0
P
mMOHXXXXXXXX
*
1. Press 04.
2. Press Al to toggle between enable and disable (LED On = Enabled).
-OR‘MOH ENABLED ’
Dial 1 to enable (Al LED on).
“MOH DISABLED ’
Dial 2 to disable
3. Dial ?N for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
1 CHAR
A
4
“LCD MESSAGES ’
Dial 05.
“XXXX... ”
Dial 1 - 0 for message number.
Dial # to clear current message.
Refer to Table below and compose message (16 digits max.).
“WWWY...
’
Dial all two-digit codes needed message.
-OR“BACKAT
n
Dial 10 for pre-programmed message.
-OR‘CALL
’
Dial 20 for pre-programmed message.
6. Dial +K for next message location and repeat steps 2 - 5.
7. Dial #+ +K for configuration mode.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
I
a
24
,1 CHAR 1 CODE
ISt3ace
112
54
55
56
64
I 1
2
3
4
5
01
07
03
04
05
1 65
1 66
I 74
16
I7
18
10 6
107
108
1 CODE
I
I
I
1Press SPKR toend. 1
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Press ITCM %#746++
)A Port Options
fou can assign lines to the PA port for
direct ring, delayed ring, or night
ransfer (of ringing). You can also
assign zone or all-call paging to the PA
)Ort.
lou can select the tracking source for
he ringing relay to be either station 17
inging or the ringing that you have
issigned to the paging port. Making it
rack the ringing that you have
issigned to the PA port provides relay
:ontrol for the customer-supplied PA
amplifier if needed.
r0 set ringing type,
“P.A. O P T I O N S ’
I. Dial 60.
!. Choose ringing assignment.
“DIRECT RING ‘I.
Dial 1 for direct ring.
“DEUY R I N G ’
Dial 2 for delay ring.
Dial 3 for night ring.
‘ N I G H T R I N G a,
3. Select line ports (LED On = Line Selected):
Line port l-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or press Al - Al4
Line port 15,16 = Dial 1516 or press Bl , B2
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - A8
1. Dial +N for next PA option.
-ORDial f +++ for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
r0 set zone paging,
‘P-A. OPTIONS ”
I. Dial 60.
2. Dial 4 to assign
‘PA ZONES ”
zone paging
3. Choose zone (LED On = Selected Zone).
Press Al or dial 1 for zone 1.
Press A2 or dial 2 for zone 2.
Press A3 or dial 3 for zone 3.
Press A4 or dial 4 for all-call.
6. Dial f for next PA option
-ORDial t +JK for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
To set ringing relay tracking,
‘P.A.
PORT
*
I. Dial 60.
‘RELAY XxXxXxX
2. Dial 5.
3. Choose relay tracking assignment,
Press Al to toggle between paging port and station port 17.
(LED On = paging port)
-ORmRElAY STA. 17 ’
Dial 1 for station port 17.
Dial 2 for paging port.
“RELAY P.A. PORT
4. Dial % for next PA option.
-ORDial * * for configuration mode.
TO change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
1 Press SPKR toend. 1
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Press ITCM +##746t
station Monitoring: The DSS/BLF at a To enable visual ring indication,
;tation provides idle, busy, and ringing
“MONITOR XXXXXXX”
1. Dial 20.
status of all of the monitored stations.
2. Press Al to toggle between enable and disable (LED On = Enable).
f users deem the flashing BLF lights
-ORassociated with visual ring indication
“MONITOR ENABLED”
Dial 1 to Enable
Gstracting, you can disable this visual
(Al LED ON).
ndication system-wide using this
‘MONITOR DISABLED”
Dial 2 to Disable.
xocedure.
3. Dial * for configuration mode.
f you enable this visual ring indication,
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
(ou can also enable audible indication
If both direct and delayed ringing on a
To assign audible monitoring,
)er station basis if you wish.
3TATiON FEA TlJRES”
1. Dial 63.
“AUDIBLE MONITOR *
2. Dial 20.
‘NONE
n
3. Dial 1 for no audible monitoring.
4. Dial 2 for direct ring
‘DIRECT RING ’
monitoring.
5. Dial 3 for delayed ring
“DELAYED RING ’
monitoring.
5. Select station ports (LED On = Selected):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57..
7. Dial +# next monitoring condition.
-ORDial f +# for next station feature.
-ORDial #+ ++ +# for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
system Alarm Reporting: The system To enable the alarm reporting feature,
“ALARM REPORTS ”
:an send special codes that convey
1. Dial 28.
:ertain system alarm conditions to
2. Press Al to toggle between enable and disable.
selected stations where they will show
(LED On = Enable)
In their LCD displays.
-ORDial 1 to enable.
Dial 2 to disable.
3. Dial +# for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
To select the alarm reporting stations,
1. Dial 53.
=STATION FEA TlJRES”
“ALARM RECEIVE ’
2. Dial 28.
3. Select station ports (LED On = Selected):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 67 or press Cl0 - C57.
4. Dial * for next station feature.
-ORDial % +# for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
1 Press SPKR to end. 1
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Press ITCM +##746%
)
System Clock
The system clock maintains current
date and time information. The system
provides this information to LCD
speakerphones for display. Set the
system time with this feature.
The system attendant also has access
to this feature.
“SET CLOCK u
I. Dial 01.
ORT FOR&j
.QNG FORM
Dial
00-23 for hr.
- Dial 00 - 99 for yr.
- Dial 00-59 for min.
- Dial 01 - 12 for mo.
- Dial # to assign
- Dial 01 - 31 for day
hours and minutes.
- Dial 00 - 23 for hr.
- Dial 00 - 69 for min.
2. Dial +R for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
System Speed Dial
You can program a special
system-wide list of numbers that all
users can use for automatic dialing.
The system attendant can also
program the system speed dial
numbers.
“SYS SPEED DIAL a,
1. Dial 02.
“xxxxxxxx...”
2. Dial 01 - 99 for storage location.
“LINE: ”
3. Dial # to clear current entry.
Q. Choose line, line group, or intercom
“LINEXX
”
to be used with speed dial number.
- Line port 1-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or press Al - A14.
- Line port 15,16 = Dial 15,16 or press Bl, B2.
- Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD, Al - A8.
‘PRIME L/NE
”
- Dial 90 for last line used or prime line.
‘LINE GROUP 1 ’
- Dial 91 - 94 for line group l-4.
“INTERCOM ’
- Press ITCM button for intercom line.
“xxmx...
*
5. Dial number for storage (32 digits max).
- If required, press HOLD button to store a pause.
- If required, press TAP button to store a hookflash.
6. Press TRANSEONF button to save the number.
7. Repeat steps 2-6 for all speed dial numbers.
-ORPress * for configuration mode.
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Press ITCM ++#746+k
Tandem Attendant
When you enable this feature, a recall
from an unanswered call transfer or
timed hold recall will ring at both
attendant stations. When you disable
it, only the attendant station that
transferred the call will ring.
“TANDEM ATTN XXX ’
1. Dial 24.
2. Press Al to toggle between enable and disable (LED On = Enable).
-OR“TANDEM ATN OFF
Dial 1 to enable.
Dial 2 to disable
“TANDEM Al7N ON ’
(Al LED is on).
3. Dial % for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
Tone or Voice Signailing
“XXXXX ANN.
1. Dial 16.
2. Press Al to toggle between Voice To Tone.
(LED On = voice signalling).
-OR“VOICE ANN.
Dial 1 for Voice First.
“TONE ANN.
Dial 2 for Tone First.
3. Dial G# for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite
Intercom calls can be tone signalled or
voice signalled. Use this programming
feature to select the system’s signalling
choice. With either method set as the
system’s first choice, the user can
choose the other method as needed.
FIRS7
FIRST”
FIRST”
selection.
Press SPKR to end.
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System Configuration -Timing Features
Press ITCM %#746+#
Wogramming feature automatically
etums to a timed hold recall condition
it the parking station.
recall time: (LED On = Selected Time)
Dial 1 or press Al = 1 min.
“C.P. RECALL 1 ”
“C.P. RECALL 2 ”
Dial 2 or press A2 = 2 min.
“C.P. RECALL 3 ’
Dial 3 or press A3 = 3 min
“C.P. RECALL 4 ”
Dial 4 or press A4 = 4 min.
“C.P. RECALL 5 ”
Dial 5 or press A5 = 5 min.
“C.P. RECALL 6 *
Dial 6 or press A6 = 6 min
‘NEVER RECALL”
Dial 7 or press A9 = Never Recall
3. Dial % for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
-
htomatic Dialing
iNhen a telephone user dials a number
automatically (autodial, saved number
redial, etc), the duration of the
generated DTMF tones are as you set
them with this programming option.
This is useful when automatically dialed
numbers access answering machines,
banking computers, voice mail, etc that
require DTMF tones that are longer
than standard tones.
-
Dial 01 or press Al = 60 msec.
Dial 02 or press A2 = 60 msec.
Dial 03 or press A3 = 100 msec.
Dial 04 or press A4 = 120 msec
Dial 05 or press A5 = 160 msec.
Dial 08 or press A6 = 240 msec.
Dial 07 or press A7 = 320 msec.
Dial 08 or press A8 = 400 msec.
Dial 09 or press A9 = 480 msec.
Dial 10 or press A10 = 560 msec.
Dial 11 or press All = 720 msec.
Dial 12 or press Al2 = 680 msec.
Dial 13 or press Al3 = 1040 msec.
3. Dial +R for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and
“DTMF DIALNG lb0 ’
. “DTMF DIALNG 720 M
“DTMF DIALNG 760 *
PTMF DIALNG 240 *
“DTMF DIALNG 320 n
“DTMF DIALNG 400 u
“DTMF DIALNG 480 u
“DTMF DIALNG 560 u
=DTMF DIALNG 720 u
“DTMF DIALNG 880 ”
PTMF DIALNG 7040”
make different selection.
Pause Time
During auto dials and speed dials, it is
sometimes necessary to delay the
sending of digits to give switching
equipment time to prepare for receiving
them. A pause is stored for this
purpose whenever the user presses
the HOLD button. You can set the
length of a pause with this
programming feature.
2. Select time: (Program button LED On = selected time)
“PAUSE TlME 0.50 ”
- Dial 1 or Press Al = .5 sec.
“PAUSE TIME 1
”
- Dial 2 or Press A2 = 1 sec.
“PAUSE TIME 1.50 u
- Dial 3 or Press A3 = 1.5 sec.
- Dial 4 or Press A4 = 2 sec.
MPAUSE TIME 2
”
- Dial 5 or Press A5 = 3 sec.
“PAUSE TlME 3
”
- Dial 6 or Press A8 = 5 sec.
‘PAUSE TIME 5
”
- Dial 7 or Press A9 = 7.5 sec.
“PAUSE TIME 7.50 *
- Dial 8 or Press A10 = 10 sec.
“PAUSE TIME 70 ’
- Dial 9 or Press All = 15 sec.
“PAUSE TIME 15 ”
- Dial 0 or Press Al2 = 20 sec.
“PAUSE TIME 20 u
3. Dial % for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
System Configuration Timing Features continued on next page . . .
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System Configuration -Timing Features - continued
1Press ITCM W746% 1
Recall/Flash:
The system can generate either a line
zlisconnect (recall) or a host system
‘eature access signal (flash) depending
Jpon the programmed time.
I. Dial 12
WECALUFLSH XxXx”
!. Select time (LED On = Selected Time):
- Dial 1 or Press Al = .08 sec.
“RECALLIFLSH 0.08”
- Dial 2 or Press A2 = .30 sec.
‘RECALUFLSH 0.30”
- Dial 3 or Press A3 = .50 sec.
WECALUFLSH 0.50”
- Dial 4 or Press A4 = .60 sec.
“RECALUFLSH 0.60’:
“RECALUFLSH 0.75”
- Dial 5 or Press A5 = .75 sec.
- Dial 6 or Press A8 = .88 sec.
“RECALUFLSH 0.88”
“RECALUFLSH 1 ”
- Dial 7 or Press A9 = 1 sec.
“RECALUFLSH 1.50”
- Dial 8 or Press A10 = 1.5 sec.
“RECALUFLSH 2 ’
- Dial 9 or Press All = 2 sec.
“RECALUFLSH 3 a
- Dial 0 or Press Al2 = 3 sec.
3. Dial +K for configuration mode.
l-o change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
Timed Hold Recall
After a call has been on hold for the
.
length of time set with this
programming feature, the system will
recall the station that placed the call on
hold.
“HOLD RECALL XX-XX”
I. Dial 14
2. Select time (LED On = selected Time):
.HOLD RECALL 30 *
- Dial 1 or Press Al = 30 sec.
*HOLD RECALL 60 ”
- Dial 2 or Press A2 = 60 sec.
“HOLD
RECALL 90 , a
- Dial 3 or Press A3 = 90 sec.
“HOLD
RECALL
120 ’
- Dial 4 or Press A4 = 120 sec.
“HOLD RECALL 180 ”
- Dial 5 or Press A5 = 180 sec.
“HOLD RECALL 240 ”
- Dial 6 or Press A8 = 240 sec.
“HOLD RECALL 300 ”
- Dial 7 or Press A9 = 300 sec.
“HOLD RECALL 360 ”
- Dial 8 or Press Al0 = 360 sec.
“HOLD RECALL 420 ”
- Dial 9 or Press Al 1 = 420 sec.
“HOLD RECALL 0
”
- Dial 0 or Press Al2 = 0 sec.
3. Dial +R for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
Unanswered Call Transfer
Recall Time
A transferred call that remains
unanswered after the length of time
inrith this programming feature will
return to the transferring station for
answering.
1. Dial 11.
2. Dial 1 (station transfer recall).
“TRANSFER RECALL M
“STA XFR RCL XXX ”
‘-OR-
sei
Dial 2 (department transfer recall).
“DEPT XFR RCL XXX”
7. Choose transfer time (LED On = Selected Time):
- Dial 1 or Press Al = 10 sec.
STA XFR RCL 10 t o
- Dial 2 or Press A2 = 20 sec.
“STA XFR RCL 20 *
- Dial 3 or Press A3 = 25 sec.
“STA XFR RCL 25 m
- Dial 4 or Press A4 = 30 sec.
“STA XFR RCL 30 ”
- Dial 5 or Press A5 = 45 sec.
“STA XFR RCL 45 o
- Dial 6 or Press A8 = 60 sec.
“STA XFR RCL 60 ”
- Dial 7 or Press A9 = 90 sec.
“STA XFR RCL 90 ”
- Dial 8 or Press A10 = 120 sec.
“STA XFR RCL 120”
- Dial 9 or Press Al 1 = 180 sec.
“STA XFR RCL 180”
- Dial 0 or Press Al2 = 400 sec.
“STA XFR RCL 400”
1. Press * for next transfer recall feature.
5. Press * * for configuration mode.
ro change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
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System Configuration - Feature Inhibiting
Press ITCM %#746%
“FEATURE INHIBIT”
1. Dial 29.
Inhibit Programming
‘ou can disable certain features
2. Select feature:
y&em-wide to provide a basic
- Dial 01 to disable Line Group 1.
slephone system for use in
- Dial 02 to disable Line Group 2.
lstallations where a large proportion of
- Dial 03 to disable Line Group 3.
78 stations are accessible to
- Dial 04 to disable Line Group 4.
Inauthorized users thus subject to
- Dial 05 to disable Zone 1 Paging.
smpering.
- Dial 08 to disable Zone 2 Paging.
Dial 07 to disable Zone 3 Paging.
‘ou can re-enable the features that
- Dial 08 to disable All Call.
‘ou disable with this procedure by
- Dial 09 to disable Meet Me Page.
lialing 34 while you have this
- Dial 10 to disable Night Transfer.
brogramming feature active or by
- Dial 11 to disable Background Music.
rerforming the system default
- Dial 12 to disable Voice Announce Block.
rrocedure.
- Dial 13 to disable Message Waiting.
- Dial 14 to disable Call Pickup.
- Dial 15 to disable Call Forward.
- Dial 18 to disable Automatic Call Back.
- Dial 17 to disable Station-to-Station Messaging.
- Dial 18 to disable Line Group Queue.
- Dial 19 to disable Directed Station Hold.
- Dial 20 to disable Call Park Orbit 1.
- Dial 21 to disable Call Park Orbit 2.
- Dai122 to disable Call Park Orbit 3.
- Dial 23 to disable Call Park Orbit 4.
- Dial 24 to disable Call Park Orbit 5.
- Dial 25 to disable Call Park Orbit 6.
- Dial 28 to disable Call Park Orbit 7.
- Dial 27 to disable Call Park Orbit 8.
- Dial 28 to disable Call Park Orbit 9.
- Dial 29 to disable Call Waiting.
- Dial 30 to disable LCD Messaging.
- Dial 31 to disable Executive Override/Service Observing.
- Dial 32 to disable Account Code.
- Dial 33 to disable Personal Call Forward
- Dial 34 to enable all features.
- Dial t for next kern.
- Dial C # for configuration mode.
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Line Configuration
’ 0 To make a record of the programming configuration, mark the desired requirements in the line class of service
records chart found at the end of Chapter 4.
0 To make the programming selections, dial the feature code and then dial the configuration code (or press the
programming button where appropriate).
NOTE: A lighted LED next to the programming button for the selection indicates the current
configuration.
a sing/e button provides a toggle (orVo#) action, the lighted LED indicates the active feature.
When
0 The first step in any programming sequence is to enter the base level. Once in this mode, you can dial the
feature code for any desired configuration. Enter the base level with the following procedure: press
ITCM then
dial +R# 7 4 6 ++. The last step is to press the SPKR button to end the programming procedure and return the
system to normal operation.
0 To make a line port selection, press a programming button or dial a selection number on the keypad as
follows:
LINES
1-14
1516
17-24
PROG. BUTTONS
Al -A14
Bl, 82
HOLD plus Al - A8
KEYPAD
01-14
15,16
17-24
Abandoned Hold Release
When a distant party abandons a hold
condition and disconnects from a line
(hangs up), the central office will send a
forward disconnect signal to the digital
telephone system. This signal can be
either 50 msec. or 350 msec. in length.
Find out from the telephone company what
the signal length is, and program all of the
central office line ports to match it using this
procedure.
BUTTONS
1. Dial 38.
“HOLD RELEASE 50 ’
2. Select hold release time for line ports.
(LED On = 50 msec and Off = 350 msec.)
Line port l-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or Press Al - Al4
Line port 15,16 = Dial 15,16 or press Bl, B2
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - A8,
3. Dial +# for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
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Line Configuration - continued
I
Press ITCM +%#746+%.
Automatic Privacy, Privacy Release
You can make a line private or non-private.
In the private mode, a station has exclusive
use of a line during a call. Lines are private
unless you re-program them and make
them non-private. Further, you can arrange
for individual station to automatically
release privacy while on certain lines. With
this arrangement, other stations can join
that particular station whenever it is on the
privacy release line.
Line Disable
Take a line port out of service when
necessary (because of defect or some
other reason) using this programming
procedure.
To make a line private or non-private,
“PRIVACY RELEASE ”
1. Dial 40.
2. Select line ports to be non-private (LED On = Non Private):
Line port 1-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or Press Al - Al4
Line port 1516 = Dial 15,16 or press Bl ,B2
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - A8
3. Dial +R for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
To arrange for a station to automatically release privacy on a
private line,
“STMINE
CONFIG.’
.
1. Dial 54.
“PRIVACY RELEASE
2. Dial 4.
3. Select line ports for privacy release (LED On = Privacy Release):
Line port 1-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or press Al - Al4
Line port 15,16 = Dial 15,16 or press Bl, 82.
Line port 17 - 24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - AI
4. Dial # when all line ports are selected.
5. Select station ports to be programmed:
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 67 or press Cl 0 - C57.
6. Dial +# when all station ports are selected.
-ORDial +C +I? for next station/line feature.
-ORDial t G# +# for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
1. Dial 31.
PISABLE LINES ’
2. Select line ports to be disabled (LED On = Line Disabled).
Line port 1-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or Press Al - Al4
Line port 15,16 = Dial 15,16 or press Bl ,B2
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - A8
3. Dial # for configuration mode.
Return the line to service with the U&&&%&Q
programming procedure.
( Press SPKR to end. 1
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Press ITCM f#746%.
Line Groups
Group outside lines of the same type
together for dial-up outgoing access.
NOTE: When you do this, the feature
m0f77aridy arranges the
system for hybrid operation.
Remember, hybrid operation
may incur a higher monthly
tariff than the key sysrem
.operarion incurs. Ask the local
telephone company for details
User access codes for the line
groups are:
Group 1 = Dial 9
1. Dial 35
“ASSIGN LINE GRPS”
2. Dial 0 for no groups assigned
“NO LINE GROUP”
-ORDial 1 for Line Group 1
“LINE GROUP 1”
Dial 2 for Line Group 2
“LINE GROUP 2”
Dial 3 for Line Group 3
“LINE GROUP 3”
Dial 4 for Line Group 4.
“LINE GROUP 4 ”
3. Select line ports to be assigned (LED On = Lines Assigned).
Line port l-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or Press Al - Al4
Line port 15,16 = Dial 15,16 or press Bl, 82
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - A8.
4. Dial * for next group.
-ORDial +K +R for next feature; -ORDial +C +K +R for configuration mode.
To change settings, repeat procedure and make different selections.
Group 2 = Dial 81
Group 3 = Dial 82
Group 4 = Dial 83
1PressSPKRtoend.’
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Press ITCM ++#746%.
.ine Names
‘ou can name lines as to their function to
dentify them for use. Names such as
VATS, CO, etc., when appearing on the
CD speakerphone displays, make locatin!
t desired line easier for the station user to
lo. A line name can contain up to five
:haracters.
1. Dial 34.
“LINE NAME”
2. Select line ports to be named (LED On = Selected).
Line port 1-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or Press Al - Al4
Line port 15, 16 = Dial 15,16 or press Bl, 82
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - A8.
3. Press # to clear current name.
4. Dial line name character codes (5 characters maximum for each
line port from chart shown below).
- Examples:
- WATS = Dial 91 21 81 73
- 0156 = Dial 00, 01,05, 06
(Each character must be represented by two digits.)
5. Dial +++ and repeat last three steps for next line.
-ORDial +R +K for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
I
1PressSPKRtoend.(
w
X
Y
Z
91
92
93
13
W
X
V
Z
94
95
96
16
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Press ITCM %#746%.
Line Port Functions
rvl im: You can condition a line
Dart to serve as a port for an external
Daging amplifier.
.
.
n
, #entral Off ce I III&Z You can condition line
ports to serve as a ports for standard
telephone company supplied central off ice
lines.
To program an auxiliary line port,
1. Dial 32.
“AUXlLlARY LINES
2. Select line ports to be assigned (LED On = Aux. Line Port).
Line port 1-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or Press Al - Al4
Line port 15, 16 = Dial 15,16 or press Bl, 82
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - A8,
3. Dial f for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
To program central office line ports,
TC.0. LINES” ’
1. Dial 33.
2. Select line po&to be assigned (LED On = CO Line Port).
Line port 1-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or Press Al - Al4
Line port 15,16 = Dial 15,16 or press Bl, 82
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - A8,
3. Dial t for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
Line To Line Port M-Assignment
You can reassign the programming
attributes for a line that the installer has
Eonnected to a particular line port to a
different line port with this programming
action (logical to physical reassignment).
This feature allows you to automatically
exchange all software attributes for a line
(logical assignment) connected at one line
sort with those attributes assigned to
another line at a different line port without
Dhysically re-locating the lines (physical
assignment) or reprogramming any of the
attributes.
mASSIGN LOGICAU’HYS ’
1. Dial 41.
2. Select currently assigned line port number. “PHYS LATCH XX *
Line port 1-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or Press Al - Al4
Line port 15, 16 = Dial 15,16 or press Bl, B2
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - A8
3. Dial new line port number (01 - 24 = line 1 - 24).
“LOGICAL LINE XX
*
4. Dial # to make assignment.
5. Repeat steps 2 -4 for another assignment.
-OR6. Dial +K for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection
or make same port selections in both steps 2 and 3 to match
logical to physical assignment.
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Line Configuration - continued
Use/Tone Switchable
f the installer has connected rotary dial
ines to the system, you must condition
hose line ports as pulse dial ports.
Iltemately, if the installer has connected
one dial lines to the system, you must
:ondition those line ports as tone dial ports.
The user can switch from pulse (rotary dial
SignaIling) to tone (dual tone multiple
‘requency - DTMF) for accessing special
zircuits requiring DTMF tones such as
Danking machines, etc when they need to
do so while on a rotary dial line.
To condition line ports for pulse dialing,
1. Dial 36.
“PULSE DIAL ”
2. Select pulse dial line ports (LED On = Pulse Dial Line Port):
Line port 1-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or Press Al - Al4
Linepoti15,16=Dial15,16orpressBl,B2
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - A&
-ORDial 00 to default all lines to pulse dial.
3. Dial +R for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
To condition line ports for tone dialing,
“TONE DIAL n
1. Dial 37
2. Select tone dial line ports (LED On = Tone Dial Line Port):
Line port l-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or Press Al - Al4
Line port 1516 = Dial 15,16 or press Bl, B2
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - A6
-ORDial 00 to default all lines to tone dial.
3. Dial +R for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
1Press SPKR to end. 1
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Line Configuration - Block Programming
3lock Programming
lou can use this line configuration
rrocedure to assign those features that you
rave assigned to any one line (using the
Brocedures detailed on the previous pages)
o any other line or to an entire block of
ines.
Line Button Method
1. Dial 42.
“BLK PROGRAMMING ’
“MODEL LINE XX ”
2. Select model line port.
Line port l-l 4 = Press Al - Al 4
Line port 15,16 = Press Bl , B2
Line port 17-24 = Press HOLD then press Al - AS.
3. Select lines to match model line (as detailed above).
4. Dial % and repeat steps 2 and 3 for next model line.
-ORDial t t for configuration mode.
Keypad Method
1. Dial 42.
“BLK PROGRAMMING ”
“MODEL LINE XX ”
2. Select model line port
Line port 1 - 24 = Dial 01 - 24.
3. Dial first line port in block (dial 01 - 24).
4. Dial #.
5. Dial last line port In block (dial 01 - 24).
6. Dial #.
7. Dial +C for next model line.
-ORDial +R X for configuration mode.
NOTE: The first, last and all lines in between will be block
programmed like the model line. To block program
an individual line, select the fitst line and last line to be
the same number. For example: 01, 02#, 02#
programs line 02 the same as line 01 is programmed.
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Station Configuration
D To make a record of the programming configuration, mark the desired requirements in the station class of
service records chart found at the end of Chapter 4.
D To make the programming selections, dial the feature code and then dial the configuration code (or press the
programming button where appropriate).
VOTE: A lighted LED next to the programming button for the selection indicates the current configuration.
a single button provides a foggle (on/off) action, the lighted LED indicates the active feature.
When
D The first step in any programming sequence is to enter the base level. Once in this mode, you can dial the
feature code for any desired configuration. Enter the base level with the following procedure: press ITCM then
dial +H# 7 4 6 +R. The last step is to press the SPKR button to end the programming procedure and return the
system to normal operation.
Make station port selection by dialing a selection number on the keypad or pressing the console button per the
following reference chart.
CONSOLE BUT-TONS
STATION PORTS
KEYPAD BUTTONS
ClO-c57
10-57
10-57
Station Configuration - Miscellaneous Features
kcess Denied
lou can deny access to certain lines at
:ertain stations. When you do this, a
station user cannot select a denied line.
“STAILINE CONFIG. *
1. Dial 54.
“ACCESS DENY”
2. Dial 5.
3. Select line ports (LED On = Access Denied):
Line port 1-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or press Al - Al4
Line port 15,16 = Dial 15,16 or press Bl , B2.
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - A8
4. Dial # when all line ports are selected.
5. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
6. Dial +R when all station ports are selected.
-ORDial +R +# for next station/line feature.
-ORDial +R +# ++ for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
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Press ITCM +##746#+
M-Call and Zone Paging
-elephone users can receive voice
Lnnouncements
through their telephone
xrdspeakers, or through an external
baging amplifier and speaker connected to
L PA port. They can transmit these voice
Lnnouncements with their telephone
landsets. You can arrange the
jrogramming so that the users can make
mnouncements
to stations located in
:ertain areas of the site or to all of the
stations.
f you wish, you can assign a paging button
o provide a station with one-button access
o the all-call and zone paging feature.
To assign the all-call or zone paging feature,
1. Dial 55.
“PAGING”
2. Choose paging assignment.
“ORIGINATE ZONE 1”
- Dial 1 for zone 1 originate.
- Dial 2 for zone 2 originate.
“ORIGINATE ZONE 2’
- Dial 3 for zone 3 originate
“ORIGINATE ZONE 3”
“ALL-CALL ORIG.”
- Dial 4 for all-call originate.
- Dial 5 for zone 1 receive
“RECEIVE ZONE 1”
“RECEIVE ZONE 2”
- Dial 6 for zone 2 receive
- Dial 7 for zone 3 receive
“RECEIVE ZONE 3”
“ALL-CALL RECEIVE
- Dial 6 for all-call receive.
“CLEAR PAGING”
- Dial 9 to clear all assignments.
3. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Active):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
4. Dial +#+ to assign other paging.
-ORDial #+ t for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
To assign an all-call or zone paging button,
“BUTON MAPPING ’
1. Dial 56.
“ASSIGN ZONE ’
2. Dial 99.
3. Select button to be programmed (LED On = Paging Button):
- Press Al - A14, Bl - B8.
“ASSIGN ZONE X ”
4. Dial 1 - 3 for zone 1 - 3.
-OR“ASSIGN ALL CALL ”
Dial 4 for all-call.
5. Select station ports (LED On = Button Assigned To Port):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
6. Dial 0 for further paging button assignment.
-ORDial +K t for next button mapping feature.
-ORDial +R +I+ +R for configuration mode.
To clear a paging button, dial 5694, press paging button, dial #,
and repeat above steps 5 and 6.
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Press ITCM f#746% 1
9udible Monitoring
The DSS/BLF at a multiline station provides
I visual indication of idle, busy and ringing
status of the monitored stations. You can
~lso provide audible indication of direct and
jelayed ringing for selected stations;
iowever, you must first enable the station
nonitoring feature on a system-wide basis.
To enable the station monitoring feature,
1. Dial 20.
“MONITOR XXXXXXX”
2. Press Al to switch between enable and disable (LED On = Enable).
-Ol?“MONITOR ENABLED”
Dial 1 to Enable
-Ol?“MONITOR DISABLED”
Dial 2 to Disable.
3. Dial +K for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
To assign audible monitoring to stations,
‘STATION FEATURES”
1. Dial 53.
‘AUDIBLE MONITOR ’
2. Dial 20.
3. Dial 1 for no audible monitoring.
“NONE
”
“DIRECT RING ’
4. Dial 2 for direct ring monitoring.
5. Dial 3 for delayed ring monitoring.
“DELAYED RING *
6. Select stations ports (LED On = Feature Assigned)):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
7. Dial G# next monitoring condition.
-ORDial ++c +R for next station feature.
-ORDial +I+ G+C CR for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
Automatic Hold
When you enable this feature, the
telephone user can automatically place an
existing line call on hold when she or he
Dresses another line button to answer a
second call.
&utomatic Hold For Intercom
If you want the telephone user to also have
:he automatic hold feature while he or she
s on an existing intercom call and presses
another intercom button or*a line button,
take this additional programming action.
To enable automatic hold for line calls,
‘STATION FEATURES”
1. Dial 53.
#AUTO H O L D n
2. Dial 11.
3. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Asssigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
4. Dial * for next station feature.
-ORDial +N f for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
To enable automatic hold for intercom calls,
“STATION FEATURES”
1. Dial 53.
2. Dial 12.
“ITCM AUTO HOLD”
3. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
4. Dial +R for next station feature.
-ORDial +I+ % for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
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Press ITCM S#746%
4utomatic Privacy/Privacy Release
fou can make a line private or non-private.
n the private mode, a station has exclusive
Jse of a line during a call. You can arrange
‘or individual stations to automatically
-elease privacy while on certain private
ines. With this arrangement, other stations
:an join that particular station whenever it is
>n the line that you have assigned as a
Drivacy release line.
Call Foward On Busy/Ring - No Answer
The system can automatically forward busy
and ring-no answer calls that callers make
to one station to another station for
answering. The system sends these calls
to any idle station associated either by
intercom hunt group or by department with
the called station. Use this feature to
arrange for calls to cycle rapidly through
such associated stations testing each one
in turn with several rings.
NOTE: If you enable ‘this feature, also
program the system intercom
signalling as tone for the first choice.
To make a line private or non-private,
1. Dial 40.
“PRIVACY RELEASE ”
2. Select line ports to be non-private (LED On = Non Private Port):
Line port 1-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or Press Al - Al4
Line port 15,16 = Dial 1516 or press Bl, B2
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - A8
3. Dial +K for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
To arrange for a station to automatically release
privacy on private lines,
“STMJNE CONFIG.”
1. Dial 54.
“PRIVACY
RELEASE”
2. Dial 4.
3. Select line ports (LED On = Selected Ports):
Line port 1-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or press Al - Al4
Line port 15,16 = Dial 15,16 or press Bl , 82.
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - A8
4. Dial # when all line ports are selected.
5. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned) :
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
6. Dial X when all station ports are selected.
-ORDial +K +# for next station/line feature.
-ORDial G++ + #? for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
To enable call forwarding,
“STATION FEATURES”
1. Dial 53.
=CALL FWD RNA ’
2. Dial 21.
“RING S= X
”
3. Dial 0 - 9 for 0 - 9 rings before forwarding.
4. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
5. Dial +K for additional station ring assigments.
-ORDial ++ +K for next station feature.
-ORDial +K +K X for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
To set tone first intercom signalling,
1. Dial 16.
“XxXxX ANN. FIRST”
2. Press Al to toggle from Voice To Tone (LED Off = Tone).
-ORDial 2 for Tone First.
“TONE ANN. FIRST”
3. Dial f for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
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Press ITCM %#746+#
Call Origination Denied
You can deny users of selected stations the
ability to originate calls on specified lines.
This feature does not prevent the user from
answering incoming calls on these lines.
1. Dial 54.
“STA/LINE CONFIG. ’
2. Dial 6.
“ORIGINATION DENY”
3. Select line ports (LED On = Selected Ports):
Line port 1-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or press Al - Al4
Line port 1516 = Dial 15,16 or press Bl , B2.
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - A6
4. Dial # when all line ports are selected.
5. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
6. Dial * when all station ports are selected.
-ORDial +R t for next station/line feature.
-ORDial # f +R for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
Central Message Desk
Use this feature to designate one station in
the system as the central message desk.
When you do this, the system automatically
arranges for the central message desk
station to have message wait originate
capability so that it can control message
waiting lights at other stations.
“STATION FEATURES”
1. Dial 53.
“MSG D E S K ”
2. Dial 06.
3. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
4. Dial f for next station feature.
-ORDial +++ f for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
Data Security Port
While port is active on a call, this feature
prevents any incoming tones associated
with other system features from interrupting
the call.
‘STATION FEA TlJRES”
1. Dial 53.
‘DATA SECURE PORT
2. Dial 26.
3. Select station port (LED On = Feature Assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
4. Dial +# for next station feature.
-ORDial #+ t for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
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Press ITCM %#746t 1
Dual Console Feature
The dual console feature allow users to
have two DSS/BLF consoles to
complement one telephone.
To program station port for second-console feature,
1. Dial 53 for station features.
“STATION FEATURES”
2. Dial 34 to enable second console.
‘SECOND CONSOLE”
3. Select console port.
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
4. Select station port that console is to complement
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
5. Dial +++ for next station feature.
-ORDial +#+ f for configuration mode.
To clear second-console feature assignment,
1. Repeat steps 1 through 3 above.
2. Type console port number twice.
3. Dial +R +K for configuration mode.
Executive Override
You can provide selected stations with
busy override. This feature allows the
station to override a busy condition at a
station, sound a warning tone, and gain
access to the existing conversation.
.“STATlON FEATURES”
1. Dial 53
“EXEC. OVERRIDE It
2. Dial 02.
3. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
4. Dial % for next station feature.
-ORDial +K +K for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
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Press ITCM X#746*
per station/per line basis. You can
ontrol ringing for every line that has
ppearance at a station assigning
nmediate, or direct, ringing to some lines
nd delayed ringing to others.
A JOTE: Do not program direct ringhg
for lines that you assign to the
direct department calling feature.
light Transfer (Of Ringing)
‘ou or the system attendant can place the
#ystem into the night transfer (of ringing)
node of operation. While in this mode of
operation, the system will activate special
ine/station ringing assignments. Use this
lrocedure to program these assignments.
“DFLAY R I N G *
3. Select line ports for ringing (LED On = Selected Ports):
(For no ringing, skip this assignment and go to step 4.)
Line port 1-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or press Al - Al4
Line port 15, 16 = Dial 1516 or press Bl, 82.
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - A8
None = skip this step and make no line selection.
4. Dial # when all line ports are selected.
5. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
6. Dial +K when all station ports are selected.
Dial +# +# for next station/line ringing assignment
Dial +K +# #+ for configuration mode.
3.
4.
5.
6.
“STMINE CONFIG”
“NIGHT RING”
Select line ports for night ringing (LED On = Selected Ports):
Line port I-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or press Al - Al4
Line port 15,16 = Dial 1516 or press Bl, B2.
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - Al3
Dial # when all line ports are selected.
Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
Dial f when all station ports are selected.
Dial +R +K for next station/line feature.
To put the system in the night transfer (of ringing) mode of
“NIGHTXFER XXX ”
2. Press Al to toggle between enable and disable
(LED On = Enabled).
Dial 1 to enable (Al LED on).
“NIGHTXFER ON u
Dial 2 to disable.
“NIGHTXFER OFF ”
3. Dial +K for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection,
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Press ITCM +++#746%
Flexible Station Numbering
The system supports a flexible station
lumbering plan for calling individual
stations and departments. You can
)rogram each station port to respond to the
dialing of any available number between 10
and 7999; however, the system will not
allow you to assign the same dialing code
2s both a station extension number and a
department access code, nor will the
system .allow you to assign an extension
qumber or access code conflict such as 15
snd 1500.
Dial 52.
“ACCESS CODE ”
Dial 1 to assign extension number
“ASSIGN EXT. NUM. ”
Select station port:
“EXT. XXXX *
Station 10 - 57 = Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
Dial new extension number.
“En. xxxx YYYY Ii
NOTE: Extension number can be max. of four digits. If less
than four digits, leading zeros must be dialed before
number. Example: For ext. no. 15, dial 0075).
5. Select next station number and assign extension number.
-ORDial +K for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection,
Zroup Call Pickup
‘STATION FEA TlJRES”
1. Dial 53.
“GRP. CALL PICKUP”
2. Dial 16.
3. Dial 0 for no group
-OR4. Dial 1 - 4 for group 1 - 4.
%ROUPX
’
5. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
6. Dial f for next group
-ORDial G# +R for next station feature.
-ORDial * * +K for configuration mode.
To remove station from call pickup group, assign it to group 0.
if a call rings to any station in a
Drearranged group, a user at another
station in that group can dial a group pickup
zode and answer the call. Assign the
stations to call pickup groups using this
Drocedure.
Headset Interface
When employing DigiTech (product code
7700s rev. H and earlier) and Americom
[product code 7016s all revs.) LCD
speakerphones, you must use this
Drogramming procedure to enable a station
z~ort to allow headset operation.
When employing impact (product code
31248 all rev.) and DigiTech (product
zodes 7700s rev I and later) LCD
speakerphones, either you or the individual
station user must program a headset button
at his or her LCD speakerphone to activate
the headset operation.
NOTE: The system delivers subdued
off-hook voice announcements
(SOHVA) to the headset. Because
a headset exhibits a coupling effect
between the earpiece and
microphone, it may allow the
outside party to hear the SOHVA
message. You should inform the
user of this possibility.
1.
2.
3.
4.
To arrange for headset operation as a class of service,
“STATION FEATURES”
1. Dial 53.
“HEADSETMODE ” ’
2. Dial 13.
3. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
4. Dial +R for next station feature.
-ORDial +K +K for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
To arrange for headset operation at a user’s telephone,
1. Press ITCM at the user’s telephone.
2.Dial+K+l.
3. Select button to be programmed:
- Press Al - A14, Bl - 810.
4. Dial 94.
5. Press SPKR to end.
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Press ITCM %#746%
dle Line Preference
Nhen you enable idle line preference, a
;tation will automatically connect to any
assigned and idle line that you have
lrogrammed for this purpose when the
lser takes the station off hook.
. Dial 54.
“STMINE CONFIG.”
!. Dial 7.
“IDLE LINE PREF. ”
I. Select line ports (LED On = Selected Port):
Line port l-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or press Al - Al4
Line port 1516 = Dial 15,16 or press Bl, B2.
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - A6
1. Dial # when all line ports are selected.
i. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
i. Dial t when all station ports are selected.
-ORDial +# +K for next station/line feature.
-ORDial G# % +K for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
Interactive Buttons
The system supports the operation of
interactive buttons on all currently produced
Comdial proprietary LCD speakerphones.
interactive buttons provide users with quick
easy access to system features and an
expanded display that prompts them on
feature operation and progress. DigiTech
and Impact LCD speakerphones provide
interactive buttons to the user at all times;
however, the Americom LCD
speakerphone does not provide themat.
default. You must take this programming
action to enable interactive buttons on
Americom LCD speakerphones.
When you enable interactive buttons, the
system recognizes which Americom LCD
speakerphone that the installer has
connected to the station port and assigns
the buttons accordingly. If the installer
replaces an Americom 701 OS model with a
7016s model, the system automatically
reassigns the buttons from the L3, L5, and
L7 locations to the L22, L23, and I24
locations. The buttons on the 7016s
models are factory marked with red, blue,
and green labels while the 7010s model
includes a special button designation strip
for use when needed.
“STATION FEATURES”
I. Dial 53.
‘SOFT KEYS”
!. Dial 17.
3. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
t. Dial +R for next station/line feature.
-ORDial ?K * for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
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Press ITCM %#746%
Intercom Hunt Group
You can link stations together to form
intercom hunt groups. Calls to a busy
station in a hunt group will search the group
for an idle station to ring.
)ersonal RingingTones
tou can program stations to ring in one of
;ix distinctive tones:
I. 666/571 Hz @I 16 Hz warble
?. 1000/800 Hz Q 16 Hz warble
3. 666/571 Hz @ 23 Hz warble
L 1000/800 Hz Q 23 Hz warble
5. 5001444 Hz @ 16 Hz warble
5. 5001444 Hz Q 23 Hz warble
Prime Line (also prime group
3r prime intercom)
If you assign a group of lines, an intercom
ine, or one individual line to a particular
station for use as its prime line, the station
automatically selects it for use when the
user takes it off-hook.
I
1. Dial
53.
“STATION
FEATURES”
2. Dial
18.
“ITCM
HUNT
LINK
’
3. Select first linking station.
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0- C57.
4. Select second linking station
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
5. Dial +N for another link
(Example A: 17 to 16, 18 to 16 and 19 to 16;
Example B: 16 to 17, 17 to 18, and 18 to 16.)
-OR6. Dial +N +N for next station feature.
-ORDial +K G# +I+ for configuration mode;
Disable link by repeating procedure.
“STATION FEATURES”
1. Dial 53.
“RINGING TONE ”
2. Dial 14.
3. Select ringing tone.
“RINGING TONE 1 ”
- Dial 1 for tone 1.
“RINGING TONE 2 *
- Dial 2 for tone 2.
“RINGING TONE 3 ” l
- Dial 3 for tone 3.
“RINGING TONE 4 ”
- Dial 4 for tone 4.
“RINGING TONE 5 I*
- Dial 5 for tone 5.
“RINGING TONE 6 ’
- Dial 6 for tone 6.
4. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned) :
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
5. Dial +JK for next ringing tone assignment.
-ORPress * * for next station feature.
-ORPress +N ++ ++ for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
‘STATION FEATURES”
1. Dial 53.
2. Dial 15.
“PRIME LINE ”
“PRIME LINE XX ’
3a. Assign prime line.
Line port 1-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or press Al - Al4
Line port 15,16 = Dial 15,16 or press Bl, B2.
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17-24 or press HOLD then press Al - Al
3b. Assign prime group,
Dial 51-54 for gps. 1-4.
“PRIME LINE GRP X”
3c. Assign prime intercom,
Dial 50 for intercom line.
“PRIME INTERCOM”
4. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
5. Dial +K for next prime line, group, or intercom assignment.
-ORPress * * for next station feature.
-OFlPress +R * +# for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
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Press ITCM %#746+&
Message Wait Originate
Any station that you program with this
feature can control the message waiting
light at other stations in the system. When
3 station user observes the message
waiting light turn on, he of she can press
ITCM HOLD to call the station that
controlled the light.
1. Dial 53.
“STATION FEA TlJRES”
2. Dial 08.
“MSG. WAIT OR/G. ”
3. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Selected):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
4. Dial t for next station feature.
-ORDial +# +R for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
Ringing Line Preference
When you assign this feature to a station, it
will automatically answer a ringing line
when its user takes it off-hook.
“STATION FEATURES”
1. Dial 53.
“RING LINE PREF. *
2. Dial 09
3. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Selected):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
4. Dial +++ for next station feature.
-ORDial +R +# for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
Subdued Off-Hook Voice Announce
(SOHVA) Disable
The SOHVA feature is standard for every
station; however, you can disable it for
selected stations with this programming
selection.
3TATlON FEATURES”
1. Dial 53
.SOHVA *
2. Dial 24
3. Select station port (LED On = Feature Assigned)
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
4. Dial f for next station feature.
-ORDial ik +R for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
Subdued Off-Hook Voice Announce
(SOHVA) Groups
Use this procedure to arrange station ports
to originate and/or receive SOHVA calls by
assigning SOHVA calling groups to them.
Also provide selective SOHVA calling to the
system by arranging certain station ports
together into groups for SOHVA calling
between one another, while excluding other
station ports in the system.
1.
2.
3.
4.
l STATlONFEA TlJRES”
Dial 53.
‘ S O H V A G R O U P sl
Dial 30.
Dial 1 - 8 for gp. 1-8.
‘SOHVA GROUP X
:
Select all station ports to receive
SOHVA group (LED On = Feature Assigned):
-Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
5. Dial +N and repeat steps 4 and 5 for additional
SOHVA group/station assignments
-ORDial #+ + for next station feature
-OR-
Dial ++ * +N for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
SOHVA Groups - continued on next page . .
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jetting Subdued Off-Hook Voice
hnounce (SOHVA) Tone Burst
Wantities: Use this procedure to set the
quantity of SOHVA tone bursts that sounds
it stations to a choice of one through six.
To program from station 10,
1. Press ITCM *#746%,
“CONFIG. M O D E ”
2. Dial 17,
“SYSTEM FEATURES ”
3. Dial 03,
‘SOHVA TONES n ”
4. Select the quantity of tone bursts,
- Dial 1 - 6 or press Al - A5, A8 (LED On = enabled)
5. Dial +N for configuration mode.
6. Press SPEAKER to end.
To
1.
2.
3.
program from the VDT,
Type l%746+ for the programming mode,
From main menu, select system COS and press RETURN,
From the system COS menu, select system options
and press RETURN,
4. From the system options menu, select SOHVA tones
and press RETURN,
5. Type 1 - 6 to select desired quantity of tones
and press RETURN,
6. To return to main menu, press and hold CTRL and type C.
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Press ITCM +K#746%
SOHVA Groups - continued
The system provides eight different
ixed-configuration SOHVA groups.
Service Observing
You can give selected stations the
zapability to monitor, in an un-announced
manner, an active call at another station.
NOTE: Since this feature requires the
executive override feature to
function, the system automatically
enables that feature for the station
when you enable servicing
observing.
fou can also arrange selected stations so
:hat they cannot be serviced observed.
Station Disable
You can disable station ports on a per
station basis.
Assign Service Observing
“STATION FEATURES”
1. Dial 53.
“SERVICE OBSERVE ”
2. Dial 10.
3. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
4. Dial #C for next station feature.
-ORDial ++ +#c for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
Block Service Observing
1. Dial 53.
“STATION FEATURES”
“UNOBSERVABLE II
2. Dial 29.
3. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
4. Dial +K for next station feature.
-ORDial t +K for configuration
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
1. Dial 59.
“DISABLE STATIONS”
2. Select station ports to be disabled (LED On = Disabled):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
3. Dial +K for configuration mode.
To enable station, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
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Press ITCM X#746% )
Station Names
You can assign individual names or
category names to stations. These names
will then be displayed by LCD
speakerphones when they are called by the
named stations. Typical names could be
TEC SER, MKT 1, J Smith.
System attendants also have access to this
station naming feature.
1. Dial 66.
“STATION NAMES ”
“xxxxxx
”
2. Select station port (LED On = Selected):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
3. Dial # to clear current station name.
4. Refer to Table below and compose station name (7 digits max.).
5. Dial all two-digit codes necessary to enter
“XxXxXxX YWWW
a new station name.
6. Dial X for next station and repeat steps 2-5.
7. Dial +# +K for configuration mode.
To change setting,-_....
repeat procedure and make different selection.
Press SPKF? to end.
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Press ITCM ++#746%
tation To Station Port Reassignment: You
an use this programming action to exchange
te extension number and all other
rogrammable attributes that you have
ssigned to a station at one port with a
tation at a different port (logical to physical
3assignment).
‘his feature automatically reassigns the
oftware attributes (logical assignment) of a
tation at one port to a different port without
slocating the station (physical assignment).
This feature allows you to make adds,
loves, and changes without relocating the
tation wiring.
I. Dial 67 to reassign station to port.
‘ASSIGN STA/PORT ”
!. Dial station extension number. 0010 - 7999.
“PHYS PORTXX ”
3. Dial physical port number 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
“LOGICAL STA XX ”
4. Dial # to make assignment.
5. Dial * for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
JOTE: Do not use this feature to change
station extension numbers. Use the
Flexible Station Numbering feature
for that purpose. Also, do not
confuse this feature with the
Automatic Station Relocation feature
discussed in the system
configuration portion of these
programming procedures. Further,
note that the system will riot allow
you to ressign the station IO/station
port 10 assignment.
system Alarm Report Station: If you
arrange the system to report alarms, also use
his programming feature to enable stations
o display alarm reports after the station user
akes appropriate action.
To enable the alarm reporting feature,
“ALARM REPORTS ’
1. Dial 28.
2. Press Al to toggle between enable and disable.
(LED On = Enable)
-ORDial 1 to enable.
Dial 2 to disable.
3. Dial t for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
To select the alarm reporting stations,
“STATION FEATURES”
1. Dial 53.
“ALARM RECEIVE ’
2. Dial 28.
3. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
4. Dial ++ for next station feature.
-ORDial * t for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make diierent selection.
Voice Announce Blocking: This feature
allows a station user to block voice signalled
intercom calls.
1. Dial 53.
“STATION FEATURES”
2. Dial 04.
“VOICE BLOCK n
3. Select station ports (LED On = Feature Assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
4. Dial * for next station feature.
-ORDial t +!c for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make diierent selection.
Press SPKR to end.
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Station Configuration - Button Mapping (Non-Square System Configuration)
You can assign (map) every programmable button at each digital station to be line select buttons to provide
access to outside lines, to be direct station select (DSS) buttons to provide quick access to system stations, to
be special purpose buttons to provide telephone users one-button access to features, or to be idle buttons to
provide autodial locations for the station user.
Three Idle buttons serve as dynamic line buttons. Dynamic line buttons provide a location for the system to
temporarily assign a line appearance to a station that normally does not have that particular line assigned to it.
While a line is in appearance there, the user can perform any normal call handling operations that he or she
wishes to perfom. They are identified as follows: Bl,B2, and 83 on DigiTech telephones (product code 77OOS,
7114X, and 7114s) or Ll , L2, and L3 on impact telephones (product codes 8012S, 80248,811 N, 8112% and
8124s) l-2,14, and L6 on Americom telephones (product codes 7010s and 7110X) or L22, l-23, and I24 on
Americom telephones (product code 7016s) . Turn to pages 4-94 through 4-99 for button illustrations if needed.
When you map a button at a station port, press the corresponding button on the programming station to select
the button to be mapped. If you must map buttons at a station port while using a programming telephone that
does not provide a full complement of buttons, you can dial a 3-digit code-to select the buttons to be mapped.
-DiarrechlmaactAmericom
120 Al
LO1
Ll
118 A2
LO2 L3
116 A3
LO3 L5
114
112
110
108
121
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
LO4
LO5
LO6
LO7
LO8
L7
L9
Lll
L13
L15
--Er
119 A9
LlO
117 A10
115
113
111
109
122
1 2 3
All
Al2
Al3
Al4
B9
BlO
Lll
L12
L13
L14
L15
L16
L18
L19
L2O
L21
L22
L23
I24
-DiaTTechlmDactAmericam
100 Bl
L17
L2
101 82
L18
L4
102
103
104
105
106
107
83
84
85
B6
87
B8
L19
L20
I21
L22
,L23
L24
L6
L8
LlO
L12
L14
L16
Press ITCM *#746%
Account Code Button
Press the account code button and then
dial an account code to record a call into a
particular category without interrupting the
call.
“BlJVON MAPPING”
1. Dial 56.
“ASSIGN ACCT KEY ”
2. Dial 17.
3. Select button to be programmed:
- Press Al - A14, Bl - B8 (LED On = Selected)
4. Select station ports to be programmed with ACCOUNT CODE
button:
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
5. Dial # for further ACCOUNT CODE button assignment.
-ORDial +R % for next button mapping feature.
-ORDial +# +# t for next configuration mode.
To clear, dial 5664, press button, dial #, select station, dial w.
Automatic Call-Back Button
When a user presses this button after they
encounter a busy tone, the system will
automatically ring both the called station
and the user’s station when the called
station becomes idle.
1. Dial 56.
“BUTTON MAPPING ’
2. Dial 10.
“ASSIGN CALL BACK”
3. Select button to be programmed:
- Press Al - A14, Bl - B8 (LED On = Selected).
4. Select station ports to be programmed with CALL-BACK button:
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
5. Dial * for next auto call-back button assignment.
-ORDial * * for next button mapping feature.
-ORDial +# +t+ % for configuration mode.
To clear, dial 5664, press button, dial #, select station, dial ++#+.
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Press SPKR toend. 1
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Press ITCM 3#746%
3lank Buttons
3lank those buttons that you want to be
Dynamic line buttons or autodial buttons.
VOTE When blanking buttons, be sure a
previously assigned button is idle
(feature not selected by user) before
you blank it.
1. Dial 56.
“BUTTON MAPPING a,
2. Dial 04.
“BLANWAUTODIAL ”
3. Select all buttons to be programmed:
- Press Al - A14, Bl - B8 (LED On = Selected).
4. Dial #.
5. Select station ports to be programmed with auto dial buttons:
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
6. Dial +# for further button blanking.
-ORDial # +K for next button mapping feature.
-ORDial * * +K for configuration mode.
Zall Forward Button:
This button provides one-button forwarding
If all calls to another extension.
“BUTTON MAPPING ’
1. Dial 56.
“ASSIGN CALL FWD ’
2. Dial 11.
3. Select button to be programmed:
- Press Al - A14, Bl - B8 (LED on = Selected).
4. Select station ports to be programmed with a CALL PWD button:
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
5. Dial +# for next call forward button assignment.
-ORDial # +# for next button mapping feature.
-OR-
Dial +? ++ t for configuration mode.
To clear, dial 5604, press button, dial #, select station, dial +I++*.
Call Park Orbit Button
The call park orbit button will automatically
park an active call in orbit when the user
presses it.
“BUTTON MAPPING *
1. Dial 56.
“ASSIGN CALL PK *
2. Dial 12.
3. Select button to be programmed:
- Press Al - A14, Bl - B8 (LED Winks = Selected, On = Asgn’d).
“ASSIGN CALL PK X
4. Dial 1 - 9 for parking orbll 1 - 9.
5. Select station ports to be programmed with ORBIT button:.
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
6. Dial +# for next call park orbit button assignment.
-OR-
Dial +K +N for next button mapping feature.
-ORDial +K % +K for configuration mode.
To clear, dial 5604, press button, dial #, select station, dial t+#ct.
30 Not Disturb (DND) Button
‘ressing the DND button prevents other
stations from calling the DND station.
“BU’ITON MAPPING ”
1. Dial 56.
2. Dial 07.
“ASSIGN DND CODE ”
3. Select button to be programmed:
- Press Al - A14, Bl - 88 (LED On = Selected).
4. Select station ports to be programmed with a DND button:
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57.
5. Dial +K for further DND button assignment
-ORDial * t for next button mapping feature.
-ORDial * * ++ for configuration mode.
To clear, dial 5864, press button, dial #, select station, dial H+.
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Press ITCM %#746+K
>SS/BLF Button
XS buttons provide quick access to
system stations and their lights and show
he busy status of the monitored stations.
1. Dial 56.
“BUTTON MAPPING ”
2. Dial 03.
“ASSIGN DSS/BLF ”
3. Select button to be programmed:
Press Al - A14, Bl - 86 (LED Winks = Selected, On = Asgn’d).
4. Select station port to be represented by this button:
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all required ports are represented.
6. Dial #.
7. Select station ports to be programmed with DSSIBLF buttons:
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
8. Dial +N for further DSS/BLF button assignment.
-ORDial ++c #C for next button mapping feature
. -ORDial +# +C t for configuration mode.
To clear, dial 5684, press button, dial #, select station, dial +#+.
Line Button
iine select buttons provide access to
outside lines.
“BUTTON MAPPING ”
1. Dial 56.
“ASSIGljr LlNE ”
2. Dial 82.
3. Select button to be programmed:
Press Al - A14, Bl - B8 (LED Winks = Selected, On = Asgn’d)
4. Select line ports to be assigned:
Line port 1-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or Press Al - A14.
Line port 1516 = Dial 15,16 or Press Bl, 82
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - Ae
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all lines are assigned.
6. Dial # to finish button mapping.
7. Select station port to be programmed:
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
8. Dial +N for further line/button assignment.
-ORDial +N ?t+ for next button mapping feature.
-ORDial +K # +K for configuration mode.
To clear, dial 5684, press button, dial #, select station, dial +#+,
Line Group Button
This button provides one-button access to
a line group.
“BUmON MAPPING n
1. Dial 56.
2. Dial 13.
“ASSIGN LINE GRP ”
3. Select button to be programmed:
Press Al - A14, Bl - 88 (LED Winks = Selected, On = Asgn’d).
4. Dial 1 - 4 for line group 1 - 4.
“ASSIGN LINE GRP x”
5. Select station ports to be programmed with GROUP button:
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57.
6. Dial % for next line group button assignment.
-ORDial +l+ * for next button mapping feature.
-ORDial ++c +K * for configuration mode.
To clear, dial 5664, press button, dial #, select station, dial +#+.
1Press SPKRto
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Press ITCM #+#746%
Line Group Queue Button
A station user can queue for a busy line by
pressing a line group queue button.
1. Dial 56.
2. Dial 15.
“BUTTON MAPPING ”
“ASSIGN LINE GRP Q”
3. Select button to be programmed:
Press Al - A14, Bl - 88 (LED On = Selected).
4. Select station ports to be programmed with QUEUE button:
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
5. Dial #+ for next line group queue button assignment.
-ORDial +k +# for next button mapping feature
-ORDial +# +# t for configuration mode.
To clear, dial 5604, press button, select station, dial #++#+.
Multiple Intercom Button
You can assign a second intercom button
to stations that may make many intercom
CalIS.
Privacy Button
A user engaged in a private call can press
the privacy button to change a current call
into a non-private one.
“BlJlTON MAPPING ”
1. Dial 56.
“ASSIGN 2ND ITCM *
2. Dial 05.
3. Select button to be programmed:
Press Al - A14, Bl - B8 (LED On = Selected).
4. Select station ports to be prog’med with multiple intercom button:
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
5. Dial # for further intercom button assignment
-ORDial +N +K for next button mapping feature.
-ORDial 0 +# +K for configuration mode.
To clear, dial 5684, press button, dial #, select station, dial +Wct.
“BUTTON MAPPING ”
1. Dial 56.
“ASSIGN PRIVACY t o
2. Dial 86.
3. Select button to be programmed:
Press Al - A14, Bl - B8 (LED On = Selected).
4. Select station ports to be programmed with a PRIVACY button:
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
5. Dial +k for further privacy button assignment.
-OR-
Dial #+ +# for next button mapping feature.
-OR-
Dial t #? +# for configuration mode.
To clear, dial 5604, press.button, dial #, select station, dial ++Wk
Save Button:
A telephone user can press the SAVE
button to store the last dialed number for
later redial or dial the last caller ID received
by a station when that feature is available.
1. Dial 56.
“BUTTON MAPPING ’
2. Dial 88.
“ASSIGN SAVE ”
3. Select button to be programmed:
Press Al - A14, Bl - 88 (LED On = Selected).
4. Select station ports to be programmed with a SAVE button:
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
5. Dial * for further Save button assignment
-OR-
Dial t 8 for next button mapping feature.
-OR-
Dial * * * for configuration mode.
To clear, dial 5684, press button, dial #, select station, dial Q+H.
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Press ITCM %#746%
paging by pressing this button.
Press Al - A14, 61 - 88 (LED On = Selected):
4. Select station ports to be progm’ed with a V.A. BLOCK button:
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
5. Dial +R for next voice announce block button assignment.
Dial % +I+ for next button mapping feature.
Dial +R f % for configuration mode.
“BUTTON MAPPING ’
“ASSIGN ZONE It
one-button access to all-call and zone
paging.
3 . Select button to be programmed:
Press Al - A14, Bl - 88 (LED Winks = Selected, On = Asgn’d).
‘ASSIGN ZONE X ”
4. Dial 1 - 3 for zone 1 - 3.
“ASSIGN ALL CALL ”
Dial 4 for all-call.
5. Select station ports to be programmed:
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
6. Dial f for further paging button assignment.
Dial ?R ?R for next button mapping feature.
Dial +R f # for configuration mode.
1 Press SPKR to end. 1
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Station Configuration - Block Programming
Press ITCM %#746%
Block Programming
You can use this last station configuration
procedure to assign those features that you
have assigned to any one station (using the
procedures detailed on the previous pages)
to any other station or to an entire block of
stations.
“BLK PROGRAMMING I
1. Dial 68.
2. Select model station port:
- Station 10 - 57 = dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
‘MODeL STA XX ”
3. Select first station port in block (same code as above).
4. Dial #.
5. Select last station port in block (same code as above).
6. Dial #.
7. Dial +% for further block programming.
-ORDial +K +R for configuration mode.
NOTE: The first, last and all station ports in between will be block
programmed like the model station port. To block program
an individual station port, select the first and last port to be
the same number. (For example: 25,26# 26# programs
station 26 exact/y as 25 .)
Press SPKR to end.
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Miscellaneous Programming Features
The following miscellaneous programming features are optional and provide you with the means to add
versatility to the system.
0 Account Codes (With Positive Verification) Configuration
0 Analog Terminal Interface Configuration
0 Caller Identification (ID) Service Support Configuration
0 Direct Department Calling Configuration
0 Direct Inward Station Dialing (DISD) Configuration
0 Data Printer Service Configuration
0 ExecuMail
Interface Configuration
0 Integrated Call Costing Configuration
0 Station Message Detail Accounting/Reporting Configuration
0 Toll Restriction Table Configuration
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Account Code (With Positive Forced Verification) Configuration
The digital telephone system uses account codes to identify calls by category, or by any other desired
grouping,
so that it can record the cost of the calls by that category or grouping. The account code can be either verified or
not verified by the system plus the system can either force the users to use the account codes or make their use
optional. When you enable account code verification, the system compares the account code entered by a
If the system does not find a match and the
station user with the account entries that you have programmed.
account code entry is optional, the system sounds an error tone through the telephone but does not prevent
dialing; however, if forced entry is enabled, the system prevents further dialing until the user enters a matching
account code
D To make a record of the programming configuration, mark the desired requirements in the account code
records chart found at the end of Chapter 4.
B To make the programming selections, dial the feature code and then dial the configuration code (or press the
programming button where appropriate).
VOTE: A lighted LED neti to the programming button for the selection indicates the current configuration.
a sing/e button provides a toggle (on/off) action, the lighted LED indicates the active feature.
When
D The first step in any programming sequence is to enter the base level. Once in this mode, you can dial the
feature code for any desired configuration. Enter the base level with the following procedure: press
ITCM then
dial t# 7 4 6 #+. The last step is to press the SPKR button to end the programming procedure and return the
system to normal operation. ’
.
lccount Codes (Feature Enabled Or
Iisabled)
Jse this procedure to enable or disable the
xcount code feature for the system.
“SMDA PROGRAMMING
1. Dial 75.
“XXXXXXXXACCOUNT
2. Dial 0 7.
3. Press Al to toggle the feature on or off (LED On = Enabled).
-OR“ENABLE ACCOUNT
4. Dial 1 to enable account codes.
Dial 2 to disable account codes.
“DISABLEACCOUNT
5. Dial #G * for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection
kcount Codes (Forced Or Optional Entry)
Jse this programming procedure to
arrange for the system to either force the
Jser’s to enter account codes before they
:an make calls or to make the enter of
account codes an optional condition.
“STATION FEATURES’
1. Dial 53.
“FORCEACCT. C O D E ” .
2. Dial 35.
3. Press Al for forced account codes on all stations
-ORPress A2 for optional account codes on all stations
4. Select station ports to be exempted. (If forced, these will be
optional. If optional, these will be forced).
-DiallO-57orpressClO-C57
(LED On = Feature Enabled, Off = Exempted).
5. Dial t t for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection
Emergency Numbers: Even if you arrange
‘or the system to force account code
entries, users can always dial emergency
lumbers without first entering an account
:ode. Use this programming feature to
enter up to three emergency numbers.
Each number can be a minimum of 1 digit
and a maximum of 12 digits.
To specify emergency numbers,
1. Dial 75.
‘SMDA PROGRAMMING”
2. Dial 16.
“SET EMER. NUMBER”
3. Dial emergency number (up to 12 digits) then dial #.
4. To enter another emergency number, repeat step 3.
5. Dial S&K for configuration mode.
To clear emergency numbers,
1. Dial 75.
“STATION FEATURES
2. Dial 17.
“CLR EMER. NUMBER”
3. Dial number to be cleared (up to 12 digits) then dial #.
4. TO clear another number, repeat step 3.
5. Dial t +K for configuration mode.
Press SPKR to end.
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Account Codes (Verified Entry)
Use this programming procedure to
arrange for the system to either verify or
not verify the account codes that the user’s
enter.
Account Code Length (For Verified Codes)
This feature defines the number of digits that the
system will verify before it accepts the account
code as valid. Verified aCCOUnt code length also
defines the number of valid account codes that
the system will store (as shown in the following
table). Be aware that when you change fhe
verified account code length, the system
empties the current list of valid account codes.
Digits Verified
Number of Codes
3
1000
4
5,6
7,6
9, 10
11,12
13,14
15,16
400
266
200
160
133
114
100
1. Dial 75
2. Dial 08
3. Press Al to toggle the feature on
-OR4. Dial 1 to enable verification.
Dial 2 to disable verification.
5. Dial +K 8 for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure
“SMDA PROGRAMMING”.
” VERIFICATION XXX’.
or off (LED On = Verified).
’ VERIFICATION ON ‘:
’ VERIFICATION OFF:
and make opposite selection.
To specify the number of verifiable account code digits,
1. Dial 75.
“SMDA PROGRAMMING
“DIGITS VALID X u
2. Dial 15.
3. Dial number of digits 3 - 18 to be verified.
4. Dial G# t for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
To specify the number of entered account code digits,
“SMDA PROGRAMMING’
1. Dial 75.
“MAX ACCT CODE X ”
2. Dial 09
3. Dial number of digits (3 - 16) for account code length.
Entered digits must be at least equal to verifiable digits specified
above but can be a maximum of 16.
4. Dial G# t for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
Account Code Length (For Entered Codes)
This feature defines the number of account code
digits that a user must enter before the system
will accept the code. Account code length can
range from 3 to 16 digits; however, its length
must always be equal to or greater than the
current verified account code length.
Account Code List
Use this programming feature to create the
list of account codes for use.
To create the list of usable account codes,
1. Dial 75.
“SMDA PROGRAMMING”
2. Dial 05.
“SETACCT. CODE ”
3. Dial account code digits. Maximum number of digits must be
equal to number of account code digits specified in previous
programming step titled Account Code Length (Verfied).
4. To enter another account code, dial #, then dial its number.
5. Dial W for configuration mode.
To clear account codes from list,
1. Dial 75.
“SMDA PROGRAMMING”
2. Dial 06.
“CLEAR ACCT. CODE
3. Dial account code to be removed.
4. TO remove another account code, dial #, then dial its number.
5. Dial * t for configuration mode.
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Press ITCM %#746+.
4ccount Code Message Display Time
Nhen you have enabled the account code
eature, LCD speakerphones will prompt
lsers with a displayed message that the
system clears at the end of the
xogrammable
display time. Valid range for
he display time is 1 to 20 seconds The
iystem defaults the setting to 5 seconds.)
f account codes are forced, the system
drops the line if the user fails to enter a
/alid account code during the display
leriod. You also can make this prompting
nessage appear in the telephone display
Nhen the user answers an incoming call.
This will prompt users to enter account
:odes for answered calls.
To set the account code display time,
“SMDA PROGRAMMING”
1. Dial 75.
“DISPLA Y TIME X ” ’
2. Dial 10.
3. Dial 01 - 20 to select new display time (in seconds).
4. Dial f +N for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
To enable or disable account code prompt for incoming calls,
“SMDA PROGRAMMING”
1. Dial 75.
l XXXXXXX INCOMING”
2. Dial 11.
3. Press Al to toggle feature on or off LED On = Enabled)
-Ol?“ENABLE INCOMliG”
Dial 1 to enable.
‘DISABLE INCOMING”
Dial 2 to disable.
4. Dial +# +N for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
To enable or disable account code prompt for outgoing calls,
“SMDA PROGRAMMING
1. Dial 75.
‘XxXxXxX OUTGOING”.
2. Dial 12.
3. Press Al to toggle feature on or off (LED On = Enabled).
-OR“ENABLE OUTGOING”
4. Dial 1 to enable.
“DISABLE OUTGOING”
Dial 2 to disable.
5. Dial * % for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
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Analog Terminal Interface Configuration
The Analog Terminal Interface device (ATI-D) is a multipurpose m-oren& accessory for’the digital telephone
system. It has dual circuits that allows external analog telephony equipment, such as an
ExecuMail voice mail
system, an industry-standard model 2500 tone dial telephone, a model 500 rotary dial telephone, etc., to
interface with two digital station ports. Refer to Comdial publication lMl69-037, Installation instructions For The
Analog Terminal interface (AT/-D) for complete details for using the ATI-D to interface between the digital,
telephone system and external analog equipment.
0 To make a record of the programming configuration, mark the desired requirements in the analog terminal
interface records chart found at the end of Chapter 4.
0 To make the programming selections, dial the feature code and then dial the configuration code (or press the
programming button where appropriate).
NOTE: A lighted LED next to the programmingbutton for the selection indicates the current configumtion.
When a sing/e button providesa toggle (on/off) action, the lighted LED indicates the active feature.
0 The first step in any programming sequence is to enter the base level. Once in this mode, you can dial the
feature code for any desired configuration. Enter the base level with the following procedure: press
ITCM then
dial +N # 7 4 6 SC. The last step is to press the SPKR button to end the programming procedure and return the
system to normal operation.
ATI Distinctive Ringing
Intercom calls that ring at equipment
connected through an ATI-D have a
different cadence than outside calls have.
Intercom ring cadence is: 1 sec. on, 0.5
sec. off, 1 sec. on, 3.5 sec. off. Outside call
ring cadence is: 2 sec. on, 4 sec. off. If
needed, you can disable this distinctive
ringing feature to make the intercom ring
cadence the same as that for outside calls.
“STATION FEATURES”
1. Dial 53.
“DIST. RINGXX ”
2. Dial 33.
3. Press Al to toggle between enable and disable
(LED On = Enable)
-OR4. Dial 1 to Enable.
l IST. RING ON ’
(Al LED on)
PIST. RING OFF n
Dial 2 to Disable.
5. Dial * for next feature.
-ORDial +R +# for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
ATI Thru Dialing
With this programming feature enabled,
DTMF signalling tones that are generated
by the external analog equipment pass
through the ATI-D, the common equipment,
and any line connection into the switched
network. The system automatically
enables this feature when you connect the
ATI-D to the digital station port. Equipment
such as the Execumail voice mail system
and the 2500 tone dial telephone require
thru dialing; however, you should disable
this feature for equipment such as model
500 rotary-dial telephones.
1. Dial 53.
“STATION FEATURES”
“ATI THRU DIALING”
2. Dial 07.
3. Select station ports (LED On = Selected)
Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
4. Dial +# for next feature.
-ORDial +K * for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
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Direct Department Calling Configuration
0 To make a record of the programming configuration, mark the desired requirements in the direct department
calling class of service records chart found at the end of Chapter 4.
0 To make the programming selections, dial the feature code and then dial the configuration code (or press the
programming button where appropriate).
NOTE: A lighted LED next to the programming button for the selection indicates the current configuration.
When a single button provides a togg/e (on/off) action, the lighted LED indicates the active feature.
0 The first step in any programming sequence is to enter the base level. Once in this mode, you can dial the
feature code for any desired configuration. Enter the base level with the following procedure: press
ITCM then
dial +K# 7 4 6 +++. The last step is to press the SPKR button to end the programming procedure and return the
system to normal operation.
Codes
Y OU can program department access codes
to be any number between 10 and 7999;
however, the system will not allow you to
assign the same dialing code as both a
station extension number and a department
access code nor will the system allow an
extension number conflict such as 15 and
1500. Further, with system defaulted
extension numbers, the assigned
department access codes must start at
0058 or larger.
this, calls received on a line that you have
assigned to a department will hunt for any
idle station in that department to ring.
2. Dial 2 to assign access codes to depts.
‘DEPT. CALLING ”
“DEPTX
YYYY ’
3. Dial 1 - 4 for dept. 1 - 4.
“DEPTX
YYYYZZZZ”
4. Dial new access code.
NO=: f&w c&e can be maximum of four digik. If it is less than four digits,
you must dial leading zeros before dialing the number. The txde must
not conflict with any sktion extension numbers.
5. Dial next department number and program the access code.
Dial +R for next access code feature.
Dial +++ f for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
‘NO DEPARTMENT ”
Dial 0 for none.
‘DEPARTMENTi
’
,
Dial 1 for dept 1.
“DEPARTMENT2 ”
Dial 2 for dept 2.
“DEPARTMENT 3 ’
Dial 3 for dept 3.
Dial 4 for dept 4.
“DEPARTMENT4 ”
3. Select line ports to be assigned (LED On = Assigned).
Line port 1-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or Press Al - Al4
Line port 15,16 = Dial l&l6 or press Bl, 82
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17 - 24 or press HOLD then press Al - Al
4. Dial +K for next department.
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Direct Department Calling Configuration - continued
1
r
Press ITCM *#746%.
Direct Department Calling - Station Pork
You can group stations by department to
~llow a call to search for an idle station
within a department. This search occurs
Nhen a busy or RNA is encountered at a
:alled department station. The system
allows up to four departments with up to 16
stations in each one. You can place one
additional station in each department to
serve as a termination station. Calls that roll
0 a termination station will follow a call
orward if it is set at that station.
1. Dial 53.
“STATION FEATURES”
2. Dial 19.
“DEPT. CALLING ”
3. Dial 1 - 4 for dept. 1 - 4. “DEPARTMENTX
4. Select department stations: - Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57.
5. Dial t to program next department.
6. Dial 5 - 8 for termination station in dept. 1 - 4.
Unanswered Call Transfer
Recall Time
4 call that a user has transferred to a
department that remains unanswered after
:he length of time that you set with this
xogramming feature will return to the
:ransferring station for answering.
“TRANSFER RECALL ”
1. Dial 11.
2. Dial 2 .
“DEPT XFR RCL XXX”
3. Choose transfer time (LED On = Selected Time):
“STA XFR RCL 70 ”
- Dial 1 or Press Al = 10 sec.
- Dial 2 or Press A2 = 20 sec.
‘STA XFR RCL 20 ”
“STA XFR RCL 25 *
- Dial 3 or Press A3 = 25 sec.
“STA XFR RCL 30 ’
- Dial 4 or Press A4 = 30 sec.
“STA XFR RCL 45 ’
- Dial 5 or Press A5 = 45 sec.
- Dial 6 or Press A8 = 60 sec.
“STA XFR RCL 60 *
“STA XFR RCL 90 ’
- Dial 7 or Press A9 = 90 sec.
- Dial 8 or Press A10 = 120 sec. “STA XFR RCL 720”
- Dial 9 or Press All = 180 sec. “STA XFR RCL 780”
- Dial 0 or Press Al2 = 400 sec. “STA XFR RCL 400”
4. Press * for next transfer recall feature.
5. Press X +# for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
“DEPARTMENT X ”
7. Select termination station:- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57.
8. Dial +K to program next department termination station..
-ORDial +K +++ for next station feature.
-ORDial +K +G +G for configuration mode.
Press SPKR to end.
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Direct Inward Station Dialing (DISD) Configuration
The DISD feature allows an external party to call an intercom station directly without assistance by the
attendant. The system must receive the DISD call on a line that you have programmed to allow this feature. You
can program any line to be a DISD line for both the normal mode of operation and the night transfer (of ringing)
mode of operation.
You can program the number of rings that the system will allow to occur on a
DISD line. If you set a large
number of rings, the system allows stations that have a line appearance for the
DISD line time to service the call
in a regular manner. Setting the number of rings to 0 disables the line for DISD use. If you wish to dedicate a
line for DISD use, it is a good practice to set it for one ring. You can program the amount of time the system
allows for a caller to dial an extension number. You can also program the DISD assist station that will answer
calls that callers do not complete during the dial time limit.
It is a good practice for you to connect a music source to the system to provide a reassurance to the caller
during a camp-on situation when the DISD feature is being used.
l
To make a record of the programming configuration, mark the desired requirements. in the direct inward station
dialing records chart found at the end of this section.
0 To make the programming selections, dial the feature code and then dial the configuration code (or press the
programming button where appropriate).
NOTE: A lighted LED next to the programming button for the selection indicates the current configukhn.
a sing/e button ptuvides a toggle (on/offl action, the lighted LED indicates the active feature;
When
0 The first step in any programming sequence is to enter the base level.
Once in this mode, you can dial the
feature code for any desired configuration. Enter the base level with the following procedure: press ITCM then
dial H# 7 4 6 +R. The last step is to press the SPKR button to end the programming procedure and return the
system to normal operation.
time limit, the system routes a DISD call to
the assist station if you have programmed
one; otherwise, it drops the line.
(LED On = Enabled)
- Dial 1 or press Al = 6 seconds.
- Dial 2 or press A2 = 9 seconds.
- Dial 3 or press A3 = 12 seconds.
- Dial 4 or press A4 = 15 seconds.
- Dial 5 or press A5 = 30 seconds.
3. Press * for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
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ND Assist Station
Yhen a caller does not complete extension
lumber dialing within the programmed dial
ime lit-hit, the system routes the call to the
>ISD assist station.
1. Dial 46.
“DISD ASSIST ”
2. Choose operating mode to be programmed:
- Dial 1 or press Al = normal mode.
“DISD ASSIST DAY X ”
-OR- Dial 2 or press A2 = night transfer (of ringing) mode.
“D&D ASSIST NITE”
3. Select assist station.
- Dial 00 for no station (line drops after timeout).
-OR-
- Dial 10 - 57 to select DISD assist station.
(LED On = lines assigned to assist station).
- Dial #then assign line ports to assist station.
Line port 1 - 14 = Dial 01 -14 or Press Al - Al4
Line port 15,16 = Dial 15,16 or Press Bl, B2
Line port 17 - 24 = Dial 17 - 24
QRPress HOLD then press Al - A8
4. Press +# and repeat steps 2 and 3
for further assist station programming.
-ORPress GK +I+ for configuration mode.
DISD incoming Rings
The number of rings which occurs on a
3lSD line before it is answered is
Drogrammable. Setting a large number of
ings allows time for a call to be serviced in
3 regular manner by stations that have line
appearance for the DISD line if such action
s desired.
“DISD R I N G S ’
1. Dial 45.
2. Press program button to choose operating mode
- Dial 1 or press Al = normal mode.
“DISD RINGS DAY X ”
-OR- Dial 2 or press A2 = night transfer (of ringing) mode.
“DISD RNGS NITE x”
3. Select rings to occur before line is answered.
- Dial 0 for no rings. This disables DISD for line.
-OR- Dial 1 - 9 = rings 1 - 9
(LED On = lines assigned to number of rings).
- Dial # then assign line ports to ring number.
Linepottl -14=DialOl-140rPressAl -A14
Line port 1516 = Dial 15,16 or Press Bl, B2
Line port 17 - 24 = Dial 17 - 24
-OR-
Press HOLD then press Al - A8
4. Press * and repeat steps 2 and 3
for further DISD ring assignment.
-OR-
Press +K * for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
1
1 Press SPKR to end.
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Data Printer Service Configuration
When you connect a data printer to the system, the system automatically prints the station message detail
record (SMDR) for the entire system without any programming or user intervention.
You call also command the data printer to print partial or complete printouts of the configuration data for the
system. While you are using the printer to print the configuration data or SMDA information, the system
temporarily halts the SMDR printout although it continues to collect the SMDR data.
You should note, however,
that if it logs more than two calls for any one line, call records may be lost.
B To make the programming selections, dial the feature code and then dial the configuration code (or press the
programming button where appropriate).
NOT. A lighted LED next to the programming button for the selection indicates the current configuration.
When a single button provides a toggle (on/off) action, the lighted LED indicates the active feature.
D The first step in any programming sequence is to enter the base level. Once in this mode, you can dial the
feature code for any desired configuration. Enter the base level with the following procedure: press
ITCM then
dial ## 7 4 6 t. The last step is to press the SPKR button to end the programming procedure and return the
system to normal operation.
Enable data printer operation
“PRINT CONFIG. ’
1. Dial 91.
2. Choose configuration:
Dial 1 to print all configuration data.
“PRINT ALL ”
“PRINT SYSTEM ”
Dial 2 to print system data.
“PRINT LINES *
Dial 3 to print line data.
Dial 4 to print data for all stations.
“PRINT STATIONS *
“PRINT STA. ”
Dial 5 to print data for selected station.
“PRINT STA. XXX ”
Select station to be printed.
- Dial 10-57 for stations 10 - 57.
Dial 6 to print toll restriction assignment. “PRINT TOLL
*
Dial 7 to abort printing
“ABORT PRINT ”
3. Dial t for configuration mode.
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ExecuMaWEloquence Intetface Configuration
The digital telephone system supports the use of the ExecuMail voice mail equipment connected to the system’s
station ports through the Comdial ATI-D analog terminal interface device. The ATI-D is a multipurpose
on-premise accessory that has dual circuits to allow a e-port voice mail system to interface to two digital station
ports. Two ATI-D devices are needed to interface 4-port voice mail systems. Refer to Comdial publication
lMl89-037, installation instructions For The Analog Terminal interface (AT/-D) for complete details for using the
ATI-D to interface between the digital telephone system and the voice mail system. In addition, the system
supports the Eloquence VI/VIA series of voice mail equiptment connected directly to a station port.
Along with the required programming task of identifying the station ports as voice mail ports, there are several
other programming considerations associated with voice mail operation that are optional for use as needed.
0 To make a record of the programming configuration, mark the desired requirements in the analog terminal
interface records chart found at the end of Chapter 4.
0 To make the programming selections, dial the feature code and then dial the configuration code (or press the
programming button where appropriate).
NOTE: A lighted LED next to the programming button for the selection indicates the current configuration.
When a single button provides a toggle (on/off) action, the lighted LED indicates the active feature.
0 The first step in any programming sequence is to enter the base level. Once in this mode, you can dial the
feature code for any desired configuration. Enter the base level with the following procedure: press ITCM then
dial X# 7 4 6 5. The last step is to press the SPKR button to end the programming procedure and return the
system to normal operation.
ExecuMail/Eloquence Interface Configuration - Required Feature
.
Voice Mail Port
When you connect the voice mail system to
a station port through the ATI-D, you must
use this programming feature to enable the
station port as a voice mail port.
NOTE: The system automatically disables
this feature if you replace the ATI-D
with a digital multiline telephone at
the programmed station port. You
must manually disable the station
Poti as a Voice mai Poti when YOU
use it to interface a mode/ 2500
telephone through the A TI-D.
With its automatic attendant feature, the
voice mail system automatically answers
any line that is ringing at a voice mail port.
As a default, the system automatically
enables ringing line preference for any port
that you have identified as a voice mail
port. You must choose a ringing
assignment for the lines that you have
assigned to the voice mail ports before the
voice mail system can provide the
automatic attendant feature.
To assign voice mail ports,
“STATION FEATURES”
1. Dial 53.
“VOICE MAIL PORT *
2. Dial 32.
3. Select station ports (LED On = Selected):
- Station 10 - 57 = dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
4. Dial +N for next feature.
-ORDial +K * for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
To assign direct ringing for automatic attendant operation,
“STAILINE CONFIG”
1. Dial 54.
2. Dial 1.
“DIRECT RING ”
3. Select line ports for direct ringing:
Line port 1-14 = Dial 0 -14 or press Al - A14,
Line port 15,16 = Dial 15,16 or press Bl, B2,
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17-24 or press HOLD then press Al - A8)
4. Dial # when all line ports are selected.
5. Select station ports (LED On = Selected):
- Station lo- 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
6. Dial t when all station ports are selected.
7. Dial +R +K +N for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
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Interface Configuration - Required Feature - continued
Press ITCM %#746+k
oice Mail Port - continued
‘ou must assign all voice mail ports to a
ircular hunt group to take advantage of
lat feature’s multiple-port interface
apability. Make a circular hunt group by
nking all voice mail ports to one another
.nd then linking the last voice mail port in
ie hunt group with the first voice mail port
I the hunt group. For example, with the
oice mail system connected through the
iTI-D to station ports 013, 014, 015, and
116, place port 013 in a hunt group and link
114 to it, then place 014 in a hunt group
ind link 015 to it, then place 015 in a hunt
group and link 016 to it, and finally place
)16 in a hunt group and link 013 to it to
:omplete the circle. With this arrangement,
L call will first try to ring at port 013, then try
1ortOl4 and so forth until it trys all four
roice mail ports.
To assign delayed ringing for automatic attendant operation,
“STAILINE CONFIG.”
1. Dial 64.
“DELAY RING ”
2. Dial 2.
3. Select line ports for delayed ringing (LED On = Selected):
Line port l-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or press Al - A14,
Line port 15, 16 = Dial 16,16 or press Bl , B2.,
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17-24 or press HOLD then press Al - A8).
4. Dial # when all line ports are selected.
5. Select station ports (LED On = Selected):
- Station lo- 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.i
6. Dial +++ when all station ports are selected.
7. Dial +# 8 # for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
To assign night transfer of ringing for automatic attendant
operation,
“STA/LINE CONFIG”
1. Dial 64.
‘NIGHT RING”
2. Dial 3.
3.‘Select line ports (LED On = Selected):
Line port 1-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or press Al - A14,
Line port 15,16 = Dial 1516 or press Bl, 82,
Line port l-24 = Dial 17-24 or press HOLD then press Al - A8.
4. Dial # when all line ports are selected.
5. Select station ports (LED On = Selected):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
6. Dial +R when all station ports are selected.
7. Dial % +K +# for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
To assign voice mail ports to hunt group,
‘STATION FEATURES”
1. Dial 53.
I’ITCM HUNT LINK”
2. Dial 18.
3. Select first linking station (LED On = Selected):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
3. Select second linking station (LED On = Selected):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
4. Dial % t for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
/Press.]
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Interface Configuration - Optional Features
Automatic Transfer Of Voice Mail
When you include a voice mail system with
the digital telephone system, use this
programming feature to arrange for an
immediate line transfer without delay from
the voice mail system to a digital station
port.
NOTE: Do not turn on this feature if you
turn on the screen and/or confirm
options provided by the voice mail
system. This is because the
- immediate transfer will preclude any
screen or confirm action that the
voice mail can provide.
“V MAIL AUTO XFER”
1. Dial 25
2. Press Al to toggle between enable and disable.
(LED On = Enable)
-ORDial 1 to enable.
(Al LED On)
Dial 2 to disable.
3. Dial + for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
Voice Mail Line ID
When you have included a voice mail
system with the digital telephone system,
assign voice mail identification (ID)
numbers to the lines. A voice mail ID
number Can COntain up to a ITEtXimUm Of Six
digits. A voice mail ID number allows the
VOiCe mail equipment to identify which line it
is answering. The ID numbers that you
assign here must match the ID numbers
that you assign when you program the
voice mail equipment.
‘VOICE MAIN LN ID”
1. Dial 43.
2. Select line port (LED On = Line assigned)
Line port 1-14 = Dial 01 - 14 or Press Al - Al4
Line port 15,16 = Dial 15,16 or press Bl, B2
Line port 17-24 = Dial 17-24 or press HOLD then press Al - A6.
3. Dial # to clear current ID.
4. Dial ID number (6 digit maximum).
5. Dial +# for further ID assignment.
-ORDial +K +i~ for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
Voice Mail Transfer on Busy
Normally, the voice mail voice mail system
automatically routes calls that are made to
a busy station to that station’s voice mail
box. Alternately, you can arrange for the
syst.em to alert the busy station when the
voice mail system is attempting a call
transfer to it. You may need to Program the
attendant station to have this option.
“STATION FEATURES”.
1. Dial 53.
‘VMAIL XFR ON BSY”.
2. Dial 31.
3. Select station ports (LED On = Selected):
Station ports 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
4. Dial +# for next feature.
-ORDial t +R for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
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4. Area Code Band Table (Long Distance Calls)
The system compares the long distance calls that do not match entries in
you have made in area code band tables. Area code band tables are the
distance calls. Area code band tables 1 - 7 are associated with call rate
band tables to cost calls based upon the area code of the called number.
(200-999) to one of seven different bands. Group area codes into bands
distance from the caller, or any other desired category.
zone call band tables to entries
that
tl&&&$y level of costing for long
costing tables 11 - 17. Use area code
Assign any
or all area codes nnn
based on frequently
called areas,
Example: Assign area codes 703 and 804 to area code band table 1. Assign area code 415 to area code band
table 7. Calls made to numbers such as 1-703~nnn-nnnn and l-804-nnn-nnnn
are costed with values assigned
to call rate table 11. calls made to numbers such as l-41 5-nnn-nnnn are costed with values assigned to call
rate table 17.
5. Call Rate Tables (Local And Long Distance Calls)
The system compares local calls and long distance calls that do not match entries in any exception
table, off ice
code band table, zone call band table or area code band table wfth the entries that you have made in any of the
call rate tables 2 - 33 and costs them accordingly. This is the mority level of cos&lg for local calls and the
vel of costina for long distance calls. You can use the call rate tables to cost any calls that
require special or extraordinary rates such as 1-800-555-l 212 or l-900-976~nnnn.
If the system can not match
a called number with any entries that you have made in the call rate tables, it costs that call with the entries that
you have made in call rate table 1 (the table of last resort for costing all calls). When you are making entries in
the call rate tables, note the following items:
m You can program a maximum of 16
each call rate table.
digits into
) Since a dialed number must match all of the
digits that you have pmgrammed into a table
before it is considered a match, you can
program a ## character into the table in place of a
specific character to serve as a “match anything”
digit.
l
Select digits so that the system can match a particular
dialed number or number group to a particular rate table.
Remember, the system uses the table with the best match
to a dialed number to cost the call.
l
If a dialed number does not match all of the digits
programmed into any call rate table, the system costs the
call with the values programmed into the call rate table of
last resort (table 1).
6. Discard Digits
When the digital telephone system is installed behind a host system such as a PBX or
CENTREX, users must
dial access codes before obtaining an outside line dial tone. To ensure that the system costs a call on just the
actual telephone number that the user dials, you should arrange for the system to ignore these access codes,
You can program up to six different access codes entries with up to eight digits per entry.
Example: If the system is installed behind a PBX using a 9 as an outside line access code, program a 9 as the
discard digit. When a number such as g-555-1212 is dialed, the 9 is discarded and the call is costed based on
555-l 212.
7. Dialing Time And Answer Time
The system does not include dialing time when it records the time of a call for costing. You can program the
amount of time that the system ignores for dialing purposes.
Plus, you can program the system to wait for a
period of time before beginning to record costs for a call. This answer time allows a call to ring and be
answered
by the called party before the system costs it.
8. LCD Speakerphone Display of Costed Calls
When you arrange the digital telephone System to cost the calls, you should also arrange for the LCD
speakerphones being employed with the system to display the cost of each call the user make from that station.
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Call Costing Diagram
DISCARD DIGITS
1
CALL
COSTING
EXCEPTION
TABLES
2
3
4
COST
COMPUTED
USING
ASSOCIATED
CALL RATE
TABLE
1
2
ZONECALL
BAND TABLES
3
4
COST
COMPUTED
USING
ASSOCIATED
CALL RATE
TABLES
255-26
A!3BGclAlEu
5
CAU RATE TABLE ---)
OF LAST RESORT
GENERAL CALL
RATE TABLES
i
I
Ill
7
13
CALL RATE
TABLES FOR AREA d
CODE BANDS l-7
CAU RATE TABLES
F O R O F F I C E CODE BANDS1.7
6
14
15
I
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I
19
20
21
22
23
24
26
CAU RATE TABLES ---)
FGRZONEBANDSl-4
I
G E N E R A L C A L L --)
RATE TABLES
I
27
26
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Call Costing Examples - continued
Example B: Dialing Sequence1.201.201.nnnn
This Sequence is a long distance call (more than 10 digits) with 201 as both the area code and the office code. To cost,
program call rate table 25 to cost calls of this sequence. Also program the zone call band table adding office code 201 to
area code 201 in band 1. Add any other office codes (for example 478) to area code 201 in band 1 as required.
ZONE CALL
BAND TABLES
1co o-m*
A
RATF TAB1 F, 25
BFR
Y
NO
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Call Costing Examples - continued
Example C: Dialing Sequencel-20%nnn-nnnn
This sequence is a long distance call (more than 10 digits) with 201 as the area code. To cost, program call rate table 11
to cost calls in this sequence. Also, program the area code band table adding area code 201 to band 1.
l-201 -nnn-nnnn
I
t
I
I
CALL
IAN 10
NO (MORE THAN 10
I
1
I
201-201
1
I2
3
ZONE CALL
BAND TABLES
AREA CODE
BAND TABLES
NO
SURCHARGE
0 cents
1
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Call Costing Examples - continued
Typical SMDR Call Report For The Call Costing Example
10
1
12/28/90
16:05
0.9
2014567
$ 0.50 (see
note 1)
10
1
12/28/90
16:06
1.8
12017894567
$ 1.35
note
10
10
10
10
1
1
2
1
12/28/90
12/28/90
12/28/90
12/28/90
16:08
16:ll
16:12
16:13
1.5
1.5
0.5
1.1
12014785693
2012014563
5551212
2012013
$ 1.12 (see note 3)
$ 2.50 (see note 2)
$ 1.00 (aee
note 4)
$ 0.50 (mea note 1)
Note
Note
Note
Note
1:
2:
3:
4:
Costed
Costed
Costed
Costed
by
by
by
by
rate
rate
rate
rate
table
table
table
table
(EOO
18
25
11
1
_- rpical SMDA Call Report For The Call Costing Example
Station Report
DATE
12/28
12/28
12/28
12/28
12/28
12/28
for
Extension - 10
Date : 12/28/90
Time : 16:15
TIME
16:05
16:06
16:08
16:ll
16:12
16:13
ACCOUNT
TOTALS :
AVERAGES :
STATION
10
10
10
10
10
10
LNGTH
0.9
1.8
1.5
1.5'
0.5
1.1
5.8
0.9
COST
$ 0.50
$ 1.35
$ 1.12
$ 2.50
$ 1.00
$ 0.50
$
$
6.97
1.16
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I/ORING
0
0
0
0
0
0
LINE
1
1
1
1
2
1
NDMBER
2014567
12017894567
12014785693
2012014563
5551212
2012013
INCOMING
OUTGOING
TOTAL CALLS
0
6
6
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Call Costing Programming Procedures
0 To make a record of the programming configuration, mark the desired requirements in the integrated call
costing records chart found at the end of Chapter 4. There are companies in business that formulate custom
call costing tables for use with this digital telephone system. Contact Comdial’s Inside Sales Department at
1-800-347-l 432 for complete details.
0 To make the programming selections, dial the feature code and then dial the configuration code
programming button where appropriate).
(or.press the
NOTE: A lighted LED next to the programming button for the selection indicates the current configuration.
When a single button provides a togg/e (on/off) action, the lighted LED indicates the active feature.
0 The first step in any programming sequence is to enter the base level. Once in this mode, you can dial the
feature code for any desired configuration. Enter the base level with the following procedure: press
ITCM
then dial +K# 7 4 6 +I+. The last step is to press the SPKR button to end the programming procedure and return
the system to normal operation.
:irst Priority Costing - Exception Tables
The system first compares calls to your
sntries in the call cost exception tables to
jetermine if it can make a match.
“EXCEPTION TBL ”
1. Dial 78.
“ENTRYX
”
2. Dial 1 - 4 for entry 1 - 4.
3. Dial 1 to assign the call rate table.
“CALL COST TBL XX”
4. Dial 01 - 33 for call rate table number.
5. Dial +K.
“X~XXXUXXXXXXW”
6. Dial 2 to assign matching digits.
7. Dial #to clear current entry.
8. Dial matching digits (16 max. # = match anything).
‘xxm~mmx)ooo(x
9. Dial +N +R for next entry, and repeat steps 2 - 9 until
all entries are made.
10. Dial +N +R +# for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
Second Priority Costing For Local Calls
. Office Code Band Tables
The system measures calls that do not
match exception tables for the number of
the digits the caller dialed. It then
compares calls with numbers that are have
less than 10 digits (local calls) to your
entries in seven different off ice code band
tables. Program the cost values for these
office code band tables in call rate tables
18-24.
3MDA PROGRAMMING”
1. Dial 75.
2. Dial 01 to program costing bands. “COSTING BANDS u
3. Dial 1 to program
“OFFCE CODE BANDS”
off ice code bands.
u
4. Dial 0 if no band is to be as’gned. “NO BAND
-OR“BAND X ”
Dial 1 - 7 for bands 1 - 7.
5. Dial 200 - 999 to as’gn office code.
6. Dial # and repeat step 5 for additional code.
7. Dial t and repeat steps 4-6 to program next band.
8. Dial +K +K for next SMDA feature.
-ORDial * * +R for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
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Call Costing Programming Procedures
Press ITCM +k#746+.
Second Priority Costing For Long
Distance Calls - Zone Call Band Tables
The system measures calls that do not
match exception tables for the number of
“SMDA PROGRAMMING”
2. Dial 01 to program costing bands. “COSTING BANDS ’
3. Dial 3 to program zone call bands. “ZONE BqNDS
”
4. Dial 0 if no zone is to be as’gned. “NOZONE
”
calls with numbers that have 10 digits or
more (long distance calls) to your entries in
four different zone call band tables.
“ZONEX
Dial 1 - 4 for zones 1 - 4.
5. Dial 200 - 999 to assign an area code.
”
tables i n call rate tables 25 - 28.
code to same zone or to program next zone.
10. Dial +# C# for next SMDA feature.
Dial + +R +R for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
The system matches long distance calls
that do not match entries in zone call band
tables with your entries in seven different
area code band tables. Program the cost
values for area code band tables in call rate
tables 11 - 17.
to program costing bands.
3. Dial 2 to program
“AREA CODE BANDS”
area code bands.
4. Dial 0 if no band is to be as’gned. ‘NO BAND
n
6.
5.
6.
7.
“BAND X ”
Dial 1 - 7 for bands 1 - 7.
Dial 200 - 999 to as’gn area code.
Dial # and repeat step 6 for additional code.
Dial +R and repeat steps 3-6 to program next band.
Dial +# +++ for next SMDA feature.
Dial +Ic +R +# for configuration mode.
1. PressSPKRt0end.I
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Call Costing Programming Procedures
-1
Third Priority Costing For Local Calls
And Forth Priority Costing For Long
Distance Calls - Call Costing Tables
when the system can not match local calls
snd long distance calls with the entries you
nave made in any exception table, office
zode band table, zone call band table or
area code band table, it compares them
with youi entries in call rate tables 2 - 10
snd 29 - 33 and costs them accordingly.
Use these call rate tables to cost calls that
require special or extraordinary rates.
The system costs any calls for which it can
find no match with your entries in call rate
table 1 (the table of last resort for costing all
calls).
Dffice code band tables = call rate tables 18 - 24
Zone call band tables = call rate tables 25 - 28
9reacodebandtable=ll -17
NOTE : Dialing a 00 or a 000 as an entry in
steps 7, 9, 11, and 13 will clear the current
entry for those steps.
Discard Digits
When the digital telephone system is
installed behind a host system such as a
PBX or CENTREX, users must dial access
codes before obtaining an outside line dial
tone. To ensure that the system costs a
call on just the actual telephone number
that the user dials, you should arrange for
the system to ignore these access codes.
You can program up to six different access
codes entries with up to eight digits per
entry.
1. Dial 76.
2. Dial table number (01 - 33).
3. Dial 1 to enter matching digits.
“CALL COST TBL ”
“CALL COST TBL XX”
‘XxXxXxX)(
”
NOTE: Call Cost Table 7 will not accept matching digits.
4. Dial # to clear previous digits.
5. Dial matching digits for costed number (32 max.
‘xxxxxxxx
”
# = match anything digit).
6. Dial +% to end matching digits.
7. Dial 2 then dial 01 - 99 for Tier 1 time in
“TIER 1 TIME XX ’
tenths of minutes.
8. Dial +I+.
9. Dial 3 then dial 001 - 999 for Tier 1 rate in cents.
“TIER 1 RATEXXX”
1 o Dial ~
’
’
11. Dial 4 then dial 001 - 999 for Tier 2 rate in cents.
“TIER2 RATEXXX’
12. Dial +K
13. Dial 6 then dial 001 - 999 for surcharge rate in cents.
“SURCHARGE XXX ”
14. Dial % % to program next call cost table and
repeat steps 2-14 until all tables are entered.
15. Dial + f +# for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
prog.
prog.
prog.
prog.
prog.
prog.
step
step
step
step
step
step
2
5
7
9
11
13
Example Call Rate Table
Call Rate Table 33
Number
19009762525
Tier 1 Time
30 (30 mimutes)
120 ($1.20)
Tier 1 Rate
75 ($0.75)
Tier 2 Rate
Surcharge
50 ($0.50)
1. Dial 75.
“SMDA PROGRAMMING”
2. Dial 01 to program costing bands. “COSTING BANDS u
“ASSGN DSCRD DIGITS ”
3. Dial 4 to program discard digits.
4. Dial 1 - 6 to select entry 1 - 6.
“ENTRYX
”
5. Dial # for no discard digits.
-ORDial up to 8 discard digits
then dial #.
“xxxxxxxx
I8
6. Repeat steps 4-5 to program next discard digit entry.
7. Dial % for next costing band feature.
-OR.
Dial +++ +R for next SMDA feature.
-ORDial 8 f * for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
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Call Costing Programming Procedures
when it records the time of a call for
costing. You can program the amount of
time that the system ignores for dialing
purposes.
You can program the system to wait for a
period of time before beginning to record
costs for a call. This answer time allows a
call to ring and be answered by the called
party before the system costs it.
Use this programming feature to arrange
an LCD speakerphone to display the cost
of a call as it is made from the station.
to program dial time limit.
3. Dial time in tenths of a minute (001 - 999.
or dial 000 to clear).
“XxXx
u
4. Dial G#+ for next SMDA feature.
5. Dial C# +# for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
2. Dial 03 to program answer time limit.
“ANSWER TIME XXX ,a
3. Dial time in tenths of a minute (001 - 999
mxxx
y
or dial 000 to clear).
4. Dial ++ for next SMDA feature.
5. Dial +K f for configuration mode.
STATION FEATURES”
‘LCD CALL COST”
3. Select station ports (LED On = Selected):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
4. Dial f for next station feature.
Press SPKR to end.
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Specialized Route Access (SRA) Configuration
0 To make a record of the programming configuration, mark the desired requirements in the records chart.
0 Use the sequence of steps listed below to program for the specialized route access (SRA) feature using your
VDT. You can on/y program the SRA feature from the VDT and not from station 10.
Enable The SRA Feature: The SRA
feature allows the system to select a line
group based on the digits the user has
dialed. By doing this, it matches calls with
their best suited routes. The feature
provides a table-driven routing scheme
where the numbers the users dial cause
the system to chose a line group after
comparing the dialed number with entries in
an office code table, and area code table
or, four special area code tables.
1. Type I + 7 4 6 +N and press RETURN,
2. From the main menu, type 1 and press RETURN for
system COS menu,
3. From the system COS menu, type 16 for specialized route
access menu and press RETURN,
4. From specialized route access menu, type 1 for enable/disable
choice menu and press RETURN,
5. Type 1 to enable or type 0 to disable feature and
press RETURN,
6. To return to the main mehui, .press and hold CTRL and type C.
When you enable the SRA feature, you
must first clear all assigned prime line, idle
line preference and direct line appearance
to inhibit all direct line access-for the
system stations, and you must assign lines
to the line groups that you plan for the
system to use.
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)ff ice Code And Area Code Tables: The
lffice code table matches a dialed office
ode with one of the office codes that you
iave entered in the table, and routes the
all over the line group that you have
ntered for that office code. The area code
able matches a dialed area code with one
If the area codes that you have entered in
he table, and routes the call over the line
croup that you have entered for that area
:ode.
VOTE: When programming the tables,
note that a// table entries are
defaulted to line group 7; therefore,
r0 minimize programming effort,
assign area/office codes with
rhe fewest entries to line groups 2
thmugh 4. For example: if you are
entering area codes 200 through 299
and codes 200 rhmugh 209 requires
one line group while codes 270
through 299 requires another line
group, leave line group 1 assigned
to the larger quantity of entries that
require the most programming effort
(21 O-299) and reprogram the line
group for the smaller quantity
of entries.
(TAB1 17~16)
To program office code table,
1. Type I % 7 4 6 +k and press RETURN,
2. From the main menu, type 1 and press RETURN for
system COS menu,
3. From the system COS menu, type 16 for specialized
route access menu and press RETURN,
4 . From specialized route access menu, type 2 for off ice code
table menu and press RETURN,
6. Type l-4 for line group to match office codes
and press RETURN,
6. Type office code(s) for routing over programmed group number
and press RETURN
(type 11[111 or nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn
for one code or several codes)
-OR(type ALL to assign every office code from 000 through 9999,
7. To return to the main menu, press and hold CTRL and type C.
To program area code table,
1. Type I * 7 4 6 # and press RETURN,
2. From the main menu, type 1 and press RETURN
for system COS menu,
3. From the system COS menu, type 16 for specialized
route access menu and press RETURN,
4. From specialized route access menu, type 3 for area code
table menu and press RETURN,
5. Type l-4 for line group to,match area codes and
press RETURN,
6. Type area code(s) for routing over programmed group number
and press RETURN
(type m or nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn
for one code or several codes)
-OR(type ALL to assign every area code from 000 through 999),
7. To return to the main menu, press and hold CTRL and type C.
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Specialized Route Access (SRA) Configuration - continued
Special Area Code Tables: The four
special area code tables must first match a
dialed area code and then match the dialed
office code with office code entries in the
matched table. With a complete match
found, the system routes the call over the
line group that you have assigned to the
matched office code in the matched special
area code table.
NOTE: When programming the special
area code tables, note that a// office
code entries are defaulted to line
group 7; therefore, to minimize
programming effort, assign
those codes with the fewest
entries to line groups 2 through 4.
For example: if you are programming
for code entries 200 through 299,
and codes 000 through 209 requires
one fine group while codes
210 through 299 requires another
line group, leave fine group 1
assigned to the larger quantity of
entries that require the most
programming effort (2 1 O-299)
and reprogram the line group for the
smaller quantity of entries.
To assign the special area codes to the four tables,
1. Type I t 7 4 6 X and press RETURN,
2. From the main menu, type 1 and press RETURN
for system COS menu,
3. From the system COS menu, type 16 for specialized route
access menu and press RETURN,
4. From specialized route access menu, type 6 to assign area code
to special table and press RETURN,
5. Type l-4 to choose special table 1-4 and press RETURN,
6. Type specific area code for table and press RETURN,
7. Repeat steps 4 through 5 for each remaining special table
and press RETURN,
8. To clear the special area code tables if needed, type 7 and
press RETURN, then type l-4 for table 1-4 and press RETURN,
and repeat as necessary.
9. Return to the system COS menu.
T o assign line groups to the office code entries,
1. From the system COS menu, type 16 for specialized route
access menu and press RETURN,
2. From specialized route access menu, type 4 for special
area code table menu and press RETURN,
3. Type l-4 for special table 1-4 and press RETURN,
4. Type 14 to choose line group 1-4 and press RETURN,
5. Type all office code(s) that require call routing over the line
group that you set in step 4; and press RETURN
(type in or nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn
for one code or several codes)
-OR(type ALL to assign every office code from 000 through 999)
6. Type 4 and repeat steps 3 through 5 to add additional line
groups to office codes in the same table or to program the
next special area code table,
7. To return to the main menu, press and hold CTRL and type C.
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Specialized Route Access (SRA) Configuration - continued
Insert Digits: You can program the
system, on a per line group basis, to insert
up to six digits before a dialed number. This
‘eature is useful if the dialed number must
match a specific format for the line group
oeing used.
Assign or clear insert digits by performing the following steps,
1. Type I f 7 4 6 % and press RETURN,
2. From the main menu, type 1 and press RETURN
for system COS menu,
3. From the system COS menu, type 16 for specialized route
access menu and press RETURN,
4. Type 8 for assign insert digit menu and press RETURN,
5. Type l-4 for line group number and press RETURN,
6. Type SRA insert digits (maximum of six) and press RETURN,
7. Repeat steps 1-3 to assign insert digits for each line group,
8. To clear the insert digits if needed, type 9 and press RETURN,
then type l-4 for line group number and press RETURN
repeat as necessary,
9. To return to the main menu, press and hold CTRL and type C.
Overflow Line Group: You can assign an
overflow line group that the system can
route calls over when no lines are free in
the line group assigned to the matching
entry; otherwise, the system will return
busy tone to the caller when this condition
exists.
NOTE: if you have arranged for the system
to insert digits on a particular line
group, consider arranging for the
system to insert digits in the overflow
line group as well. This consideratio
is necessary only if it is important for
the call to route through the same
common carrier as was the original
line group.
1. Type I * 7 4 6 +N and press RETURN,
2. From the main menu, type 1 and press RETURN for
system COS menu,
3. From the system COS menu, type 16 for specialized route
access menu and press RETURN,
4. From specialized route access menu, type 6 for overflow line
group and press RETURN,
5. Type 1 - 4 for line group l-4 or 0 for no line group
and press RETURN,
6. To return to the main menu, press and hold CTRL and type C.
SRA Wait Time: Once a caller begins to
dial digits, he or she has a certain period of
time in which to dial each new digit. After
the caller has stopped dialing digits and the
end of the time-out period has occurred,
the system analyzes the dialed digits and
routes the call by following the table-driven
routing scheme. Use this procedure to
select the SRA wait time.
Assign ARS wait time by performing the following steps,
1. Type I # 7 4 6 + and press RETURN,
2. From the main menu, type 1 and press RETURN
for system COS menu,
3. From the system COS menu, type 16 for specialized route
access menu and press RETURN,
4. Type 10 for assign ARS wait time menu and press RETURN,
5. Type 2,3, or 4 for 2,3, or 4 seconds and press RETURN,
6. To return to the main menu, press and hold CTRL and type C.
(TAB1 17~18)
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Station Message Detail Accounting/Reporting Configuration
The system produces five different call cost reports for printing. They are:
1. Detailed report of all station
2. Detailed report of all accounts
3. Trunk summary report
4. Department summary report
5. All records
.
The system generates reports automatically for printing whenever it detects that its records storage area
percent full. You can use class of service programming to choose the reports that you want the system
generate. It generates the reports for printing in the order that you selected and at a certain time each
can also take programming action that causes the system to delete all printed records except for those
during-the printing operation. It stores these records for later printing.
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to
day. You
it collects
To make a record of the programm/ng configuration, mark the desired requirements in the station message
detailed accounting records found at the end of Chapter 4.
D To make the programming selections, dial the feature code and then dial the configuration code (or press the
Programming button where appropriate).
NOTE: A lighted LED neti to the programming button for the selection indicates the current configuration.
When a sing/e b&ton pm&s a toggle (on/oh7 action, the lighted LED indicates the active feature.
l
The first step in any programming sequence is to enter the base level. Once in this mode, you can dial the
feature code for any desired configuration. Enter the base level with the following procedure: press ITCM then
dial +++I 7 4 6 +N. The last step is to press the SPKR button to end the programming procedure and return the
system to normal operation.
Station Message Detail Accounting
Departments Numbers and Stations
Use this programming feature to define
different department numbers and assign
stations to the departments so that SMDA
call cost reports will only include
information concerning that specific station
arrangement.
To define the department numbers,
5MDA PROGRAMMING”
1. Dial 75.
2. Dial 04 to define dept. numbers. “SMDA DEPARTMENTS”
“DEPTX
’
3. Dial 1 - 8 for dept. 1-8.
4. Dial 0000 - 9999 for department number.
‘ D E P T X YYYY u
5. Dial +K for next department, and repeat steps
3 - 7 until all departments are numbered.
6. Dial +++ +R for next SMDA feature.
7. Dial +K +R +N for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
To assign stations to departments,
1. Dial 53.
“STATION FEATURES”
2. Dial 22.
“SMDA DEPARTMENTS”
3. Dial 0 for no SMDA department. “DEPARTMENT 0 ’
-OR4. Dial 1 - 8 for dept 1 - 8.
“DEPARTMENT X ”
5. Select stations for SMDA department (LED On = Selected):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57.
6. Dial % for additional department/station assigments.
-ORDial t ++ for next station feature.
-ORDial * * % for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
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Press ITCM %#7463.
Station Message Detail Accounting
(MDA) Printout
Call cost reports, produced by the system
for printing, are generated automatically
whenever the system detects that the
records storage area is ninety-five percent
full. Program the system to automatically
generate these reports for printing at a
certain time each day if desired.
You can command the system to print
several different types of SMDA reports
and to delete all stored SMDA records.
Beginning with software release revision
13A on lnnnn and Snnnn software
cartridges, you can specify a specific
station that you wish an SMDA printout for.
NOTE:
The departmental calldistribution
report reflects statistics based on
current departmental station
assignments. Before you use the
previous programming feature to
reassign stations to different
departments, it is a good practice to:
(1) print the departmental call report
and any other desired SMDA
reports,
(2) make any desired
reassignements,
(3) delete all SMDA records.
To arrange for automatic reports,
. Dial 75.
“SMDA PROGRAMMING”
*AUTO TIME XxXx ”
!. Dial 13 for auto report time.
- Dial new time in hours and minutes (HH MM
in 24 hour time) or dial +R to accept current time.
1. Dial 14 for report definition.
“AUTO REPORT”
I. Choose reports for printing.
- Dial 1 for station report.
“STATION REPORT ’
wcoubr REPORT n
- Dial 2 account report.
“LINE REPORT ”
- Dial 3 line report.
“DEPT. REPORT ”
- Dial 4 department report.
“PRINT RECORDS ’
- Dial 5 print all.
“DELETE RECORDS ”
- Dial 6 delete records.
=DCD
REPORT u
- Dial 7 for DCD report.
j. Dial +R for next SMDA feature.
ORDial +K +R for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different
selection.
To obtain an SMDA report printout,
“SMDA REPORTS ’
I. Dial 07.
!. Choose report for printout
“STATION REPORT ’
- Dial 1 # for all stations.
“STATION REPORT ”
- Dial 1 # 10 -67 for one sta.
7RUNK REPORT It
- Dial 2 # for all lines.
- Dial 3 # for SMDA department. “DEPT. REPORT u
- Dial 4 # for account code.
“ACCOUNTREPORT ’ ’
“AUTO REPORT II
- Dial 5 # for auto report.
- Dial 6 # for all records.
“PRINT RECORDS ’
“DELETE RECORDS ”
- Dial 7 # to delete records.
“DCD R E P O R T ’
- Dial 0 # for DCD report
- Dial 8 to obtain the number of free records
“FREE RECS XXXXX n
remaining in system.
- Dial 9 to abort printout.
“ABORT PRINT ”
3. Dial f for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
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Station Message Detail Reporting
(SMDR) Printout
Program the system for the SMDR to
Drovide continuous printout of system-wide
station call activity as it is collected by the
system if desired.
9dditional programming action will cause
the printing of the cost of each reported call
to be included when the printout occurs.
To program for SMDR printout as the system collects it,
1. Dial 77.
2. Dial 2 .
“SMDR PRINTXXX ”
3. Press Al to toggle between enable and disable
(Al LED On = Enabled)
-OR“SMDR PRINT ON ’
- Dial 1 to enable printing.
(Al LED on).
“SMDR PRINT OFF”
- Dial 2 to disable printing
4. Dial +K for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
To add SMDR cost reporting to the printout,
*SMDR P R I N T u
1. Dial 77.
“XXXXXXX COSTING ”
2. Dial 1
3. Press Al to toggle between enable and disable
(Al LED On = Enabled).
-OR‘WITH COSTING a
- Dial 1 to enable
(Al LED on)
WITHOUT COSTING ”
- Dial 2 to disable.
4. Dial +K for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
Station Message Detail Accounting
@MDA) Records Deleted By The
Attendant
This programming step gives the attendant
station the ability to delete SMDA records
Nhen commanded to do so by its user.
During day-to-day system operation, when
SMDA records exceed storage capacity,
:he attendant can delete- current records to
make room for additional ones if you
Derform this programming step. Typically
the attendant would do this after he or she
ias requested the system to print an SMDA
report. If you have set the system to delete
the records after it has generated an
sutomatic report, you usually do not need
;o give the attendant this manual deletion
ieature.
mA’ATTN DELETE XXX ”
1. Dial 18.
2. Press Al to toggle between enable and disable
(LED On = Enable).
-OR“A’ITN DELETE ON ”
Dial 1 to Enable
(Al LED On).
Dial 2 to Disable
*AmN DELETE OFF ”
3. Dial +K for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make opposite selection.
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Toll Restriction Table Configuration
Before programming the toll restriction configuration, enter the toll restriction requirements on the toll restriction
reference tables found at the end of Chapter 4.
In order for toll restriction to take effect, the following three-fold process must occur.
B Program entries in one or more toll tables
D Assign toll tables to all appropriate lines.
D Assign toll tables to all appropriate stations.
After you program the toll tables, you must assign them to both a line and the station that uses that line before
the system will activate any programmed toll restriction at the station.
1. Determine the types of dialing restrictions that you wish imposed on the system. Typically, this includes
access codes which result in toll charges, and certain local numbers as desired.
2. If you wish the restricted dialing codes to be imposed consistently on most or all stations in the system, list
them on one or two tables. If you must allow for a wide variation in the dialing restrictions, spread the listing
out across several tables.
3. Strategically group the listings on the tables so that a list of restrictions can be applied to a particular station or
group of stations.
4. Designate each table as a DENY table or as an ALLOW table. The system prevents the dialing of numbers
entered in a DENY table. ALLOW tables take precedence over DENY tables. Therefore, an entry in an allow
table will provide an explicit exception to an entry in a DENY table. Note that the system always permits the
dialing of any number not explicitly denied. Also, note that the system will not toll restrict system speed dial
numbers unless you specify them to be restricted with a separate programming step.
Example A: Provide a simple and broad toll restriction format by creating a DENY table with two entries:
ENTRY (1) = 1; ENTRY (2) = 0. This format prevents all long distance and Operator Calls.
Example 6: Prevent the dialing of all numbers within the (804) area code, while allowing the dialing of one
specific number within that area code. by entering 1604 in a DENY table and 18049782200 in an ALLOW
table.
8. Press the # button in place of a particular digit to condense a range of numbers into one entry. The
#
character is a “match-anything” digit, and can be included in an entry in either a DENY table or an ALLOW
table.
Example A: If 357,377, 387, and 397 dialing is to be prohibited, list one entry of 3#7 on a DENY table to
cover them all.
Example B: Since area codes typically have a 1 or a 0 as a middle digit, prevent long distance calls to those
area codes by entering l#l# and l#O# in an DENY table.
6. Since it is important that emergency numbers never be restricted, always create an allow table with entries of
91’1 and 1911 to override any DENY tables that you havecreated.
7. If the system is installed behind a PBX, include an access code as part of every table entry.
8. The system defaults two toll restriction tables with preprogrammed values and assigns them to the lines. You
need only to assign them the stations to put them into effect. The preprogrammed values are as follows:
Entry 1 = 1
Entry 2 = 976
Entry2=911
Entry3=411
These Values will provide satisfactory system performance in a broad range of site applications; however, the!
can be changed as needed to meet different toll restriction needs.
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continued on next page. . .
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Toll Restriction Table Configuration - continued
0 To make the programming selections, dial the feature code and then dial the configuration code (or press the
programming button where appropriate).
NOTE: A lighted LED next to the programming button for the selection indicates the current configuration.
When a sing/e button provides a toggle (on/off) action, the lighted LED indicates the active feature.
0 The first step in any programming sequence is to enter the base level. Once in this mode, you can dial the
feature code for any desired configuration. Enter the base level with the following procedure: press
ITCM then
dial ++F# 7 4 6 G#C. The last step is to press the SPKR button to end the programming procedure and return the
system to normal operation.
0 You can return the toll table values to the default state by entering base level, dialing
70#, and pressing SPKR.
/P r e s s ITCM +##746& 1
Assign Entries To Toll Restriction Tables
“TOLL TABLE ”
1. Dial 71.
2. Dial 01 - 16 or Press Al - A14, Bl, B2
“XxXxX TABLE Y ’
for toll table 1 - 16.
3. Dial 5 or Press Al to establish an allow toll table.
(Al LED on = allow)
‘ALLOW TABLE Y ’
-ORDial 6 or Press A2 to establish a deny toll table.
(A2 LED on = deny)
‘DENY TABLE Y y
4. Dial 1 - 4 or Press A8, A9, AlO, All for entry
“xxxxxx
*
number 1 - 4.
Y
5. Dial # to clear current entry.
6. Dial keypad digits (0 - 9, #) to enter numbers.
“ X x - x X x X . . . I4
7. Dial +I+ for next entry and repeat steps 4 - 6 until
all table restrictions are entered.
8. Dial +I+ +I+ for next table and repeat steps 2 - 7
until all tables are entered.
9. Dial +K t +# for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
Assign Toll Restriction Tables To Lines
1.
2.
3.
4.
Dial 72.
“ASSIGN TOLL-LINE”
.Dial 01 - 16 or Press Al - A14, Bl, 82 for toll table 1 - 16.
Dial # to finish entry and display lines.
Select line ports (LED On = Lines selected to receive tables).
- Line port 1-16 = Dial 01 - 14 or Press Al - A14.
- Line port 1516 = Dial 15,16 or Press Bl, B2
- Line port 17-24 = Dial 17-24 or press HOLD then dial Al - A8
5. Dial * and repeat steps 2-4 for next toll table to line assignment.
-ORDial * ++ for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
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Toll Restriction Table Configuration - continued
1( Press lTCM *#7i*.
Assign Toll Restriction Tables To
Stations
1. Dial 73.
“ASSIGN TOLL-STA.”
2 . Dial 01 - 16 for toll tables 1-16 to be assigned to station.
QRPress Al - A14, Bl, B2 for tables l-16.
(LED On = Selected table)
3. Dial # to finish entry.
4. Select station ports (LED On = station ports to receive tables):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial 10 - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
5. Dial # for next toll table to station assignment.
-ORDial +K # for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure ancj make different selection.
Assign Toll Restriction Tables To
Stations For Night Transfer (of ringing)
Toll tables assigned with this feature have
an effect only when the attendant places
the telephone system in the night transfer
(of ringing) mode of operation.
‘ASSIGNTOLL-N ITE”
1. Dial 74.
2. Dial 01 - 16 for toll tables 1 - 16 to be as’gnd.
-ORPress Al - A14, Bl, 82 for tables l-16.
(LED On = Selected table)
3. Dial # to finish entry.
4. Select station ports (LED On = station ports to receive tables):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial IO - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
5. Dial ++ for next toll table to night answer assignment.
-ORDial t +# for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
Assign Toll Restriction Tables To
System Speed Dial Calls
When you enable this feature, the system
applies toll restriction tables that you have
assigned to a station to the system speed
dial calls that users make from that station.
“STATION FEATURES”
1. Dial 53.
‘SYS SPD TOLL RST”
2. Dial 05.
3. Select station ports (LED On = station ports assigned):
- Station 10 - 57: Dial IO - 57 or press Cl0 - C57.
4. Dial +# for next station feature.
-ORDial * +# for configuration mode.
To change setting, repeat procedure and make different selection.
jPressSPKRtoend
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Toll Restriction Configuration - continued
Assign Toll Restriction Override (TRO)
Code: The TRO feature allows users to
override the toll restriction that they
encounter at other stations with their own
station’s toll restriction assignments. In
programming for this feature, create a
four-digit TRO code that users can dial to
override the toll restrictions of any station
that they happen to be using and replace it
with a toll restriction that matches their
home station.
NOTE: The system marks outgoing
line calls that use/s make after
entering a TRO code with a (r) i
n its SMDWSMDA pyintouts.
The station number that it prints
is that of the overriding station
and not the actual station that
the call was made from.
You can use the sequence of steps listed below to program a TRO
code from station 10.
1. Press ITCM and dial +K # 7 4 6 +++ to enter COS
“CONFIG. MODE”
programming,
“STATION FEATURES”
2. Dial 53 for station features,
3. Dial 25 for toll restriction override codes, “TOLL R. OVERRIDE”
NOTE: If you are programming with a DSSBLF console, notice
that it’s status LEDs turn on to indicate stations that have
an assigned TRO code (Cl0 - C57 = station ports 10 - 57).
4. Select station port (LED flashes = selected stafion port,
display shows TRO if assigned.),
-station 10 - 57 = dial 10 - 57 or press Cl 0 - C57
“NNNN
”
5. Type four-digit TRO code,
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for next station port,
7. Dial G+G for configuration mode
-OR-
press SPEAKER to end,
8. To remove a TRO code, repeat steps 1 through 3,
select station port, type # and press SPEAKER
You can use the sequence of steps listed below to program a TRO
code using your VDT.
1. Type I % 7 4 6 +k and press RETURN to enter COS
programming
2. Type 3 and press RETURN for station COS menu,
3. Type 8 and press RETURN for toll
menu,
4. Type 4 and RETURN to choose toll overt-i&
feature,
. .
5. Type 1 and RETURN to choose a%ig~ toll re&xWn overrick
codes item,
6. Type station port number (10 - 57) and press RETURN,
7. Type four-digit toll restriction override code and press RETURN,
8. Press and hold CTRL and type C to return to main menu.
You can remove a TRO code from a station port by following a
similar procedure.
1. Repeat above steps 2 through 4,
. .
2. Type 2 and RETURN to choose B
override item,
3. Type station port number (10 - 57) and press RETURN,
4. Press and hold CTRL and type C to return to main menu
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System Programming
Video Display Terminal Programming Feature
You can program the class of service features from a video display terminal (VDT) instead of from the
programming station if you wish. The VDT that you use must be a serial-data, RS-232 type,
asynchronous device.
You can employ a personal computer (PC) if it will run a communications software program that allows
it to emulate a data terminal device (DTE equipment). Many effective communications sdftware
programs are available for this purpose. You can use any that you can arrange to match the following
data communications parameters:
l
Full Duplex
0 XMODEM communication protocol (8 bit data required)
Regardless of the type of programming terminal that you employ, you must connect it to the digital
telephone system data port A. Refer to the Chapter 3 paragraph titled, Data Device Connections for
complete connection details.
For a more detailed,
The pages that follow provide an overview of the VDT programming feature.
step-by-step procedure, refer to lMl66-094, Digital Telephone System VDT Programming Reference
Manual.
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Video Display Terminal Programming Procedure
waiting at the same prompt line as it was before the
help menu was requested.
Introduction
The programming procedure is menu driven.
There are special line edit characters.
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A list of selections are presented for consideration
which differ in content and required response.
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Backspace, Delete, Rub-out - Used to delete
characters from the response line as they are being
typed.
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CONTROL R - Causes the current response line to
be echoed for review.
This menu system prompts the programmer for the
required response and, where appropriate, will
repeat prompts to allow programming of more than
one device without having to make another menu
selection.
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CONTROL D - Causes the current response line to
be deleted.
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CONTROL S - Causes printing or display action
stop.
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All of the menus operate in the same manner.
They differ in only the required response.
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CONTROL Q - Causes the printing or display to
resume.
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Each prompt requires a response followed by a
Carriage Return (RETURN). The responses
usually consist of a one or two-digit number or a
string of numbers or alpha-numeric characters
when programming names and messages.
Separate successive entries in a string by a space
or a comma; however, do not end a string of entries
with a comma. If you do, the system will reject the
string.
0
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Each selection, when responded to, either causes a
further breakdown of selections to be presented or
causes a particular COS programming action to
take place.
General Information
There are two responses which allow a programmer to
quit a procedure.
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RETURN (ENTER on some keyboards) - This
action returns the user to the top of the current
menu.
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CONTROL C - .This action returns the user to the
top of the main menu.
There are certain other responses which have special
functions.
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Responding with the @ key will print or display the
menu that the programmer is currently using. The
system is waiting at the same prompt line as it was
before the menu was repeated.
There are two system acknowledgement messages to
a response line.
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COMMAND ACCEPTED - Response accepted.
0 ***COMMAND REJECTED*** - Response not
accepted. The terminal bells also sounded.
Procedure
1. Determine the system programming parameters,
and record them for future reference.
2. Turn on the AC power to the system and the VDT.
3. Press the RETURN (ENTER) key. The system ’
enters an approximate 20 second timeout cycle.
Step 4 must be performed within this timeout
period or the programming sequence will be
aborted.
4. Type the password: I +# 7 4 6 t, and press
RETURN (ENTER). The VDT will display the
main programming menu. The system enters an
approximate 3 minute timeout cycle. A selection
or response must be entered within this timeout
period, otherwise; the programming sequence is
aborted.
5. Execute the programming procedures by
responding to the prompts listed in first the main
menu and then in subsequent menus.
Responding with the ? key will cause a help menu
to be printed if one is available. The system is
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Remote Programming Configuration
You can program the digital telephone system
remotely using the following equipment:
1. Insure that you have enabled the modem
auto-answer feature.
2.
Insure that the modems are wired correctly.
Reverse connections at pins 2 and 3 if necessary.
0 Pair of data modems.
3.
The data modems must be: “Hayes-compatible”,
capable of 300-, 1200-, 2400-, or 9600-baud data
speeds, and have auto-answer capability. Be sure to
vetify the auto-answer capability before purchasing the
units. You are assured of best results if you employ
modems of the same make and model at both the
installation site and the remote programming site.
Check the modem wiring requirements stated in its
instruction manual. You may have to connect
more wiring than that connected at pins 2, 3, and 7.
4 . Sometimes you must strap pin 4 to 5, or pin 6 to 7,
or pin 6 to 6 to 20 in the modem wiring. Check the
modem’s installation manual for this requirement.
0 VDT or a PC and appropriate software program,
5 . Use a Breakout Box Data Tester to ;roubleshoot
the data communications lines.
Installation
The equipment connections at the customer location
are as illustrated on page 4-61. Connect the
equipment for remote programming as illustrated
therein and discussed below.
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0
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Determine the signal needs of the modem from the
uier’s manual for it. (The digital telephone system
only requires TD, RD, and SG but the modems may
require more signals).
Wire the proper connector (to match the data jack)
on one end of a length of multiline cable.
Punch down the appropriate leads on the connector
block. Refer to Chapter 3 for connection details as
needed.
Connect the network jack of the data modem to an
outside telephone line. (If a line is not reserved for
remote programming, have a line switch installed
so that on site personnel can switch the outside
telephone line between the data modem and the
digital telephone system cabinet when you are
going to perform remote programming.)
Refer to the user’s manual for the modem, and
program the modem to automatically answer after
the first ring.
Iriterface the VDT or PC with the modem at the
programming site per the user’s manuals for the
equipment be used.
If you experience difficulty in establishing a
communications path between your VDT, modems,
and the digital telephone system, note the following
suggestions:
Operation
To establish a communications link for programming
the system fmm a remote site, proceed as follows:
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If you have had a line switch installed at the
customer site, call someone there and ask them to
set it for modem operation.
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After the outside line is connected to the modem,
you can make the data link between the originating
and the remote modems.
You can then perform programming from your remote
site just as if the VDT or PC was connected directly to
the system.
Typical PC Operation
.
The following procedure is given as a typical example
for using a PC and an XMODEM-type communications
software program to program the digital telephone
system. It is only provided for illustration and
reference purposes and describes a set-up using a
typical communications software program known as
PROCOMM
(produced by Datastorm Technologies,
Inc.). Many other communications software programs
are also available that you can use for this purpose.
While individual operating procedures will vary with
different.communications software programs, the
general process is similar to this.
1. Perform turn-on and program-load procedures. If
operating through modems, take action to
establish a communications link between the PC
and the digital telephone system.
2. If you have direct connected your PC to the
digital telephone system, match the data
communications parameters of the software
Program to those now programmed at the digital
telephone system.
continued on next page. . .
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Video Display Terminal Programming Procedure - continued
Remote Programming Configuration - continued
If you are employing remote programming, the
data parameters of the PC must match the modem
connected to it. The modem connected to the
digital telephone system must match the data
parameters of it as well.
NOTE: Remember, &bit data is required for XMODEM
protocol. If the digital telephone system is not
now programmed to provide &bit data, you will
have to reprogrammed it from station 70 before
data communications can take place. You
should set the baud rate to match the modem
or the PC at the same time.
3 . Set the data communication parameters as follows:
0 Press ALT P.
5. When computer screen displays a prompt for
password, type I ++ 7 4 6 +K then press ENTER.
This causes main COS programming menu to be
displayed.
6 . From main menu, type 1 then press ENTER. This
causes system COS programming menu to be
displayed.
7.
6 . From the main menu, type 4 then press ENTER.
This causes load/save menu to be displayed.
9.
0 Type 11 the press ENTER. This action selects a
baud rate of 9600 baud.
NOTE: Remember, the baud rate setting of the PC Or
data terminal, the data modems, and the digital
telephone system must be the same.
0 Type 17 then press
6-bit data.
From system menu, make all selections necessaty
to perform class of service programming then
return to the main menu.
From load/save menu, down-load COS data from
digital telephone system to computer or up-load
COS data from computer to digital telephone
system,
Down-Load COS Data From Digital
Telephone System To PC
Type 1 then press ENTER.
ENTER. This action selects
Press PAGE DOWN.
0 Type 18 the press ENTER. This action selects
one stop bit.
Type 1 to choose XMODEM protocol.
0 Type 24 then press ENTER. This action saves the
data parameters.
Type file name for down-loaded COS data to save
into.
Press ENTER. The COS data, as programmed in
the digital telephone system, is automatically
down-loaded to the computer file.
4 . Set the terminal parameters as follows:.
0 Press ALT S.
0 Type 2 then press ENTER.
Up-Load COS Data From PC
To Digital Telephone System
0 Type 1 then press ENTER.
Type 2 then press ENTER.
0 Use arrow keys to select VDT-100 or similar
emulation then press ENTER.
Press PAGE UP.
Type 1 to choose XMODEM protocol.
NOTE: Settins the t&nnina/ emulation for a Wyse-50 or
VT- 100 emulation will provide a comp&ible set
of default values; however, any emulation
which provides full duplex operation is
satisfactory.
Type file name of saved COS data.
Press ENTER. The COS data, as stored in the
computer file, is automatically up-loaded to the
digital telephone system.
Press ESC to finish.
Press S then press ENTER. This action saves the
terminal parameters.
10. Repeat step 6 except type 3 to down-load
currently stored auto dial and speed dial numbers
or type 4 to up-load them.
Press ESC then press ENTER to end the terminal
parameter set up.
11. Return to main menu and log off.
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Video Display Terminal Programming Procedure - continued
Menu Descriptions
Main Menu Selections
C.O.S. Programming
1. System C.O.S.
2. Line C.O.S.
3. Station C.O.S.
4. Toll Restriction Table Administration
5. Information
6. Logoff
Enter
Selection:
Pulse Dial on All Lines
l Tone Dial on All Lines
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Default Button Mapping on all Stations
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Master Clear System Data
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Default Toll Restriction Tables
On each default selection, the system questions the
user as to whether the default should be made. If
response to the question is yes (Y), the default is
performed.
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When defaulting selected station data, the station to
be defaulted must be identified by port number (10 -
0 Selection 1: Chooses system COS programming.
57)
0 Selection 2: Chooses line COS programming.
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Selection 2: System Options
Voice/Tone Announce First on Intercom
(Choose either Voice or Tone signalling as
standard intercom signalling method.)
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Station Message Desk (Assign or clear one
station port as the central message desk.)
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Assign Extension Number to Port (Gives a
station flexible extension numbers from 2 - 4
digits.)
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Assign Pilot Number to Department (Gives an
entire department one extension number.)
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Music on Hold
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Do Not Disturb Inhibit
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Station Monitoring (Visual ring indication for
station with BLF appearance at programmed
station can be enabled or disabled.)
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Tandem Attendent (One or both attendants can
receive timed hold recall and recall from
transfer.)
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Voice Mail Auto Transfer (Enables immediate
line transfer when voice mail unit is included with
system.)
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Disable Stations (Disable station ports)
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System Alarm Reporting
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PA Options (Enables direct ringing, delayed
ringing, or night transfer (of ringing) and zone
paging on the PA port. Also chooses ringing
port relay control as either paging port or station
port 17.
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0 Selection 3: Chooses station COS programming.
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Selection 4: Chooses toll restriction table
administration programming.
0 Selection 5: Choses an information menu to
provide assistance with VDT programming.
System Cos Menu Selections
System C.O.S. Programming
1. System Defaults
2. System Options
3. System Timing
4. Load / Save C.O.S. Data
5. Serial Communication Parameters
6. C.O.S. Data Printout
7. Set Clock Date /Time
8. SMDA Programming
9. SMDR Print Parameters
10. Logical / Physical Assignments - Stations
11. Logical / Physical Assignments - Lines
12. Automatic Station Relocation
13. Feature Inhibit Programming
14. Enable All Inhibited Features
15. LCD Messages
16. ‘Software Version Number
17. Return To Previous Menu
Enter
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Selection
Selection 1: System defaults
Default All System Data
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Default All Line Data
o Default All Station Data
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Default Selected Station Data
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The station to be programmed must be identified by
port number (10 - 57).
When assigning extension numbers, enter station port
or department number then make extension number
entry.
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Video Display Terminal Programming Procedure - continued
Menu Descriptions - continued
0 Selection 3 : System timing (system timing
requirements)
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Recall / TAP Time
l Pause Time
l Timed Hold Recall Time
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Transfer Recall Time
l Call Park Recall Time
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Extended DTMF Dialing Tones
0 Selection 11: Logical/physical assignments - lines
(For example; assign line 1 to line port 1.
0 Selection 12: Automatic station relocation (allows
individual features to be physically relocated without
losing their programming parameters and extension
asignments)
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Selection 13: Feature inhibit programming (allows
individual features to be inhibited)
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Selection 14: Enable all inhibited features (will
enable all features inhibited with selection 13)
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Selection 15: LCD messages (programs the
messages for the LCD messaging and response
messaging features)
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Selection 16: Software version number (identifies
the software release version of the system)
0 Selection 4: Load/Save COS data
0 Selection 5 : Serial communication parameters (for
data port A and data port B)
0 Selection 6: COS data printout
0 Selection 7: Set clock date/time.
0 Selection 8: SMDA programming (Configures the
Station Message Detailed Accounting feature. Also
refer to the previous discussions titled lrttegmfed
Call Costing Configuration and Station Message
Detail Accounting/Reporting Configuration
for
explainations of call costing and SMDA.)
. Assign Area Codes / Prefixes to Bands
. Enter band number O-7, enter 0 for no band, or
enter area codes or prefixes as 200-999.
. Set Dial Time Limit (non-costed time allowed for
dialing to take place in l/10 min)
. Set Answer Time Limit (non-costed time allowed
for call to ring and be answered in l/10 min)
. Define Department Numbers (Calls can be
costed on a department basis by department
basis.)
. Assign Stations to Departments (for coiting by
department)
. Set Account Code Parameters
. Call Cost Tables
. Call Cost Exception Tables
. Automatic Reports (Call cost reports can be
produced for printing.)
. SMDA Delete By Attendant (allows attendant to
delete SMDA records)
. SMDA Reports
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Selection 9: SMDR print parameters (enables or
disables call cost reporting along with a Station
Message Detail Report).
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Selection 10: Logical/physical assignments stations (For example; assign station extension 25
to station port 25.
Line Cos Menu Selections
Line C.O.S. Programming
1. Line Type
2. Line Group Assignment
3. Line Dialing Mode
4. Line Privacy Release
5. Line Toll Restriction Table Assignments
6. Line Abandoned Hold Release Time
7. Set Up a Line ( Using a Model Line )
8. Assign Name to Line
9. Assign Line to Department
10. Exclusive Hold
11 .Voice Mail Line I.D.
12. D.I.S.D. Assignments
13. Caller ID Assignments
14. Return To Previous Menu
Enter Selection:
In each line COS menu selection, after choosing the
feature, enter all line port numbers which are to be
assigned to it.
0 Selection 1: Llne type (specifies the characteristics
of the line port)
l Disabled
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Auxiliary (Configures port for installation of
external paging amplifier.)
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CO/PABX (Typical line connection)
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Video Display Terminal Programming Procedure - continued
Menu Descriptions - continued
0 Selection 2: Line group assignment
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Selection 3: Line dialing mode (pulse or tone to
match the connected line)
0 Selection 4: Line privacy release (releases privacy
on a line)
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In each station COS menu selection, after choosing
the feature, enter a station port number which is to be
assigned to it and enter line port numbers where
prompted. Multiple station number entries are allowed
for some features as prompted.
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Selection 5: Line toll restriction table assignment
0 Selection 6: Line abandoned hold release time
0 Selection 7: Set up a line (Using a model line)
(provides a means of programming a group of lines
to match the programming of a model line)
0 Selection 6: Assign name to line
Selection 1: Set up a station (Using a model
station) (program a group of stations to match the
programming of a model station)
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Selection 2: Assign name to station
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Selection 3: Assign station to department
e Selection 4: Assign station to SOHVA groups
0 Selection 5: Line/Intercom features
0
0 Selection 9: Assign line to department
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0 Selection 10: Exclusive hold
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Selection If: Voice mail line ID (Specifies
identification number of a particular line to the voice
mail accessory for personalized call coverage)
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Selection 12: DISD assignment (Assigns DISD to
lines and specifies calling characteristics of them)
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Selection 13: Caller ID assignment
Assign Caller ID To Lines
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Assign Caller ID To Stations
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Assign Area/Office odes For Dial Feature
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Audible First Ring
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Caller ID Distribution
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Enter
Selection 6: Ringing assignment
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Personal Ringing Tones (Choose one of six
different tones.)
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Direct/Delayed Ringing (of each line assigned to
programmed station)
o Night Ringing (enable or disable night transfer,
of ringing, to programmed station for
programmed lines)
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Distinctive Ringing For ATI-D
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Station COS Menu Selection
Station C.O.S. Programming
1. Set Up a Station (Using a Model Station)
2. Assign Name to Station
3. Assign Station to Department
4. Assign Station to SOHVA Group
5. Line/ Intercom Features
6. Ringing Assignment
7. Button Mapping
8. Toll Restriction Administration
9. Automatic Busy/ RNA Call Forwarding
10. Miscellaneous Feature Programming
11. Speakerpone Coefficients
12. Return To Previous Menu
Prime Line (assign prime line, prime group,
prime intercom, or clear all)
Ringing tine Preference (enable or disable)
Line Access Deny (enable or disable station
access to a line)
Line Originate Deny (enable or disable station
ability to originate a call on a line)
Idle Line Preference (enable or disable access
to an idle line when station is taken off hook)
Block Voice Announce Intercom Call
Audible Monitoring (audible ringing sounded for
stations with BLF appearance at programmed
station)
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Selection 7: Button mapping (assign functions to
buttons)
Special Note: When button mapping a Dig/Tech
telephone, you must type an “A ” or “B” before
typing its button numbers when identifying them
for function assignment; however, when button
mapping an Impact or an Americom telephone do
not type an ‘L” before its button numbers when
identifyjng them. To do so, causes the system to
interpret the typed en@ as a line number choice
instead of a button number choice.
Selection:
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Video Display Terminal Programming Procedure - continued
Menu Descriptions - continued
Functions that can be assigned are identified per
the following list:
To display list, enter ?.
Return to key mapping with Control Z.
BLK
Blank
Lnn
Line (1 - 24)
Snn
Station (10 - 57)
DND
Do Not Disturb
P R I
Privacy
IC2
2nd Intercom
SAV
Save
ACC
Account Code Button
ZPn
Zone Page (l-3)
AC
All Call
ACB
Auto Callback
CF
Call Forward
CPn
Call Park (l-9)
TGn
Line Group (l-4)
VAB
Voice Announce Block
TGQ
Line Group Queue
EX
Exit Button Mapping
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.
System displays list of current button mapping at
station. Some buttons listed may not be present on the
station being programmed.
.
Enter new function for button and press ENTER,
press ENTER to accept current function.
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.
or
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.
0 Selection 8: Toll restriction administration (assigns
toll tables to station)
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Toll Restriction Table Assignment (assign
pre-programmed toll restriction tables to be
applied to all regular calls)
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Night Mode Toll Restriction Table Assignment
(assign pre-programmed table to be applied to
calls on night transferred line)
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System Speed Dial Toll Restriction (assign
pre-programmed toll restriction tables applied to
system speed dial numbers)
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Selection 9: Automatic busy/RNA forwarding
(Links programmed station to another one to form
hunt group. Also, selects number of rings to occur
at programmed station before ring-no answer
(RNA) call is forwarded to linked station.
Selection 10: Miscellaneous feature programming
(programs a variety of features for the station)
.
Automatic Privacy Release (Enable or disable
automatic privacy release or a per line basis.)
Line Auto Hold (active line automatically held
when new line is selected)
Intercom Auto Hold (intercom automatically held
when new line is selected)
Thru Dialing/AT1 (arrange port to allow DTMF
tones to pass through to connected equipment)
Executive Override
Do Not Disturb Override
Service Observing
All-Call and Zone Paging
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Message Wait Originate
Head Set Mode
Group Call Pickup
Subdued Off Hook Voice Announce
Data Security Ports
LCD Call Costs (display of cost for current call)
Americom Dynamic Line Buttons
System alarm recipient
Unobservable station
Voice mail transfer on busy for station
Voice mail port
Second console
Americom interactive buttons
Toll Restriction Table Administration
1. Build / Modify an Allow Table
2. Build / Modify a Deny Table
3. Clear a Table / Entry
4. Return To Previous Menu
Enter Selection
Toll Restriction Table Administration
Use the toll restriction table administration menu to
build toll restriction tables for line and station
assignment. Refer to the previous discussion titled
Toll Restriction Table Configuration for a discussion
concerning toll restriction table construction and
assignment.
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Class; Of Service Configuration Records
The following pages provide you with a permanent record of the programming parameters. You
can copy these pages to provide a separate record to leave with the common equipment if you
wish.
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System Configuration Records
System Configuration - Miscellaneous Features
utomatic Station Relocation
Enable ) Disable
Default = disable
Do Not Disturb Inhibit System-Wide 1 Enable( Disable
Do Not Disturb Override Stations (1 O-57)
Data Baud Rate
10 Baud
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DND Button (Al - A14, Bl - 88
Default = inhibit enabled,
no override assigned,
no DND button
17-d&1/2 stop bits
.
we Hold 1Enable1 Disable
( Default = enabled 1
Extended DTMF Tones
For Automatic Dialinq
60 msec
80 msec
100 msec
120 msec
j60 msec
1240 msec
S20 msec
400 msec
480 msec
560 msec
720 msec
880 msec
1040 msec
Default = 80 msec.
System Alarm Reporting/ Enable( Disable
1 Default = disable
Station Monitoring
Visual Ring Indication ( Enable 1Drsable
Audible Ring Indication Stations (10 - 57)
Default = visual indication disabled,
’ no audible indication assigned
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andem Attendant/ Enable 1Disable
Default = d/sable
Tone or Voice SignaIling Voice / Tone
(Default = tone
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System Configuration Miscellaneous Feat&es - continued
SOHVAToneBurstsl
11213141516
Default = 6
(TAB1 17~31)
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System Configuration Records - continued
System Configuration - Miscellaneous Features - continued
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1Default: 1= BACK AT, 2 i CALL
25
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System Configuration Records - continued
System Configuration - Feature Inhibiting
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no groups asgn’d., no names asgn’d,, all ports co, same
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Feature
line/port, all tone dialing, no VM ID.
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Block Programming
Start Line Port
Model Line Port
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End Line Port
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Station Confiauration Records
(Use this sheet as an individual station record or as a record for a block of like-programmed stations. You can
make copies of this blank sheet as needed to meet the system capacity)
4-93
Station Button Mapping Record
(Complete one record sheet for each station. Copy this blank record sheet as required for additional stations.)
PORT NUMBER
A l -
A8
A9
A10
Al 1
Al2
Al3
Al4
B5
86
A2 -
A3 A4 A5 -
A6 -
A7 -
0 LCD Speakerphone
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DESCRIPTION
BUTTON
BLK . . . . Blank
Inn . . . . Lines 1 - 24
Snn . . . . Stations 10 - 57
DND . . . . Do Not Disturb
PM . . . . Prhracy
IC2 .* . . Becond Intercom
ACC . . . . Account Code
SAV . . . . Save
ZPn . . . . Zone Page 1 - 3
AC . . . . All-Call Page
ACB . . . . Autcfnatic Call Beck
CF . . . . Call Forward
CPn . . . . Call Park Orbil 1 - 9
TGn . . . . Line Group 1 - 4
VAB . . . . Voke Announce Block
TGQ . . . . Line Group Queue
Liz
B9
BlO
Bl
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84
1
BUllON
ASSIGNMENT
CHART
1
Al .
A2
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A8
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Al2
Al3
Al
A2
A3
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A6
A7
/A8
,A9
-AlO
- Al 1
-A12
-A13
-A14
-B5
0 Speakerphone
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0 Monitor Telephone
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Station Button rj/apping Record
(Complete one record sheet for each station. Copy this blank record sheet as required for additional stations.)
PORT NUMBER
INTERCOM NUMBER
STATION NAME
STATION LOCATION
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A10
All
Al2
Al3
Al4
TYPE
MODEL
TELEPHONE
BUTTON
ELK . .
Lnn . .
Snn . .
DND . .
PRI . .
IC2 . .
ACC . .
SAV . .
ZPn . .
AC . .
ACE . .
CF . .
cPn . .
TGn . .
VAB . .
TGQ . .
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DESCRIPTION
. Blank
. Lines 1 - 24
. Stations 10 - 57
. Do Not Disturb
. Prhracy
. Second Intercom
. Account Code
. save
. Zone Page 1 - 3
. All-Call Page
. Automatic Catl Back
. Call Forward
. Cal Park Orbit 1 - 9
. Line Group 1 - 4
. Voice Announce Blodc
. Line Grout Queue
1 BUTTON
1 Al 1
A2.
A3
ASSIGNMENT
CHART
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A8
A9
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Al2
Al3
Al4
B6
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B8
B2
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0 Speakerphone
0 Monitor Telephone
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DEFAULT SETfINGS:
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= 122,- LineA9= 9,29,andA 1 0 Al q = 19,21, All A2 = = 19, 16, A3 Al2 = = 17, 14, A4 Al3 = = 15, 12, A5 Al4 = 13, = 10 A6 = 11,
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Station Button Mapping Record
(Complete one record sheet for each station. Copy this blank record sheet as required for additional stations.)
LO1
LO2
LO3
LO4
LO5
LO6
LO7
LO6
LO9
LIO
Lll
L12
L13
L14
L15
L16
L17
L18
L19
L20
L21
L22
L23
I24
0 24-Line LCD Speakerphone
BUTTON DESCRIPTION
ELK . . . . Blank
Inn . . . . Lines 1 - 24
Snn . . . . Stations 10 - 57
DND . . . . Do Not Distutt~
PRI . . . . Prtvacy
IC2 . . . . Second Intercom
ACC . . . . Account Code
SAV . . . . Save
ZPn . . . . Zone Page 1 - 3
AC . . . . All-Call Page
ACB . . . . Automatic Call Back
CF . . . . Call Forward
CPn . . . . Call Park Ohtt 1 - 9
TGn . . . . Line Group 1 - 4
VAB . . . . voice Announce Block
TGQ . . . . Line Group Queue
CAlSOl
LO1
LO2
LO3
LO4
LO5
LO6
LO7
LO8
LO9
LlO
Lll
L12
0 24-Line Speakerphone
L13
L14
L15
L16
L17
bL24
TYPE
1
MODEL 1
TELEPHONE
BUTiON ASSIGNMENT CHART
PROGRAMMED
DSU
IMPACT
ASSIGNMENT
EQUIV. BUTTON’
Al
LO1
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
All
Al2
Al3
Al4
B9
BIO
Bl
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LO6
LO7
LO6
LO9
LlO
Lll
L12
L13
L14
L15
L16
L17
L18
L19
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B8
L23
L24
‘DEFAULT:
Ll-L24 = LINE 1 - LINE 24
Station Button Mapping Record
(Complete one record sheet for each station. Copy this blank record sheet as required for additional stations.)
PORT NUMBER
INTERCOM NUMBER
STATION NAME
STATION LOCATION
ADJUNCT MODULE
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0 Without Adjunct
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I2 L4 L6 L8 LlO
L12 L14 L18
0 16-Line LCD Speakerphone
TYPE
MODEL
TELEPHONE
DESCRIPTION
l3Ul-fON
BLK . . . . Blank
Lnn . . . . Lirle.s 1 - 24
Snn . . . . Stations IO - 57
DND . . . . Do Not Dlstutb
PRI . . . . Privacy
Second Intercom
ACC . . . . Accouni code
SAV . . . . Save
ZPn . . . . Zone Page 1 - 3
AC . . . . All-Call Page
ACB . . . . Automatic Call Back
CF . . . . Call Forward
CPn . . . . Call Park Ott111 1 - 9
TGn . . . . Line Group 1 - 4
VAEI . . . . Voice Announce Bk&
TGQ . . . . Line Group Queue
.
.
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PROGRAMMED
)SU AMERICOM
ASSIGNMENT
XJIV. BUTTON’
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A2
L3
A3 1 L5
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A4 1 L7
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L9
A6
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L21
L22
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1 L24
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1 L16
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Ll - L18 = LINE 1 - LINE 16;
L17 - L40 = BLANK; i-22 = DND;
J3=VAB;L24=AUTO
Station Button Mappii 3ecord
(Complete one record sheet for each station. Copy this blank record sheet as required for additional stations.)
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PORT NUMBER
INTERCOM NUMBER
STATION NAME
1STATION LOCATION t
TELEPHONE
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MODEL 1
L6
L7
L6
L9
LlO
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12-Line Monitor Telephone
BUTTON
DESCRIPTION
BLK . . . . Blank
Lnn . . . . Lines 1 - 24
Snn . . . . Stations 10 - 57
DND . . . . Do Not Disturb
PRI . . . . Privacy
IC2 . . . . Second Intercom
ACC . . . . Account Code
SAV . . . . Save
ZPn . . . . Zone Page 1 - 3
AC . . . . All-Call Page
ACB . . . . Automatic Call Back
CF . . . . Call Forward
ml . . . . Call Park Orbi 1 - 9
TGn . . . . Line Group 1 - 4
VAB . . . . Voice Announce Blodc
TGQ . . . . Lime Group Queue
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System Programming
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Miscellaneous Programming Features - Account Code Records
1Account Code (
Catagory
1Account Code 1
Catagory
System Programming
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Analog Terminal Interface Records
Default = Not Enabled
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System Programming
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Callermldentification (ID) Service SupportConfiguration
Caller ID Lines (list 1 - 24 for lines)
Record
1
I Default = None Assigned
Caller ID Stations (list lo - 57 for stations)
1
I
I Default = None Assigned
Audible First Ring 1 Enable 1 Disable 1
Default = Disabled
SAVE Button Stations (list 10 - 57 for stations)
1
Default = None Assigned
Caller ID Distribution To Data Port B
Default = Disabled
( Enable
) Disable (
*
4-102
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System Programming
Direct Department Calling Records
Department 1
Access Code
10-7999
Line Ports
1-24
Station Ports
10-57
Department 2
Access Code
10-7999
Line Ports
l-24
Station Ports
10-57
Department 3
Access Code
10-7999
Line Ports
l-24
Station Ports
10-57
Department 4
Access Code
10-7999
Line Ports
l-24
Station Ports
10-57
Defaults = No Access Code Assigned, No Line Potts Assigned, No Station
4-l 03
Ports Assigned
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System Programming
Direct Inward Station Dialing (DISD) Records
Dial Time Limit
16 sec. 1 9 sec. 112 set 115 set . 130 set .
Default = 12 Seconds
9
Default = 0 Ring’s
4-I 04
IM166-107
System Programming
ExecuMail Interface Records
Default = Not Enabled
10
11
12
34
35
36
30
31
37
33
Default = None Assigned
54
55
56
57
Continued on next page . . .
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System Programming
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ExecuMail Interface Records - continued
. . .
1
7
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9
10
11
ort Idef#&aUon
17
18
19
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System Programming
Integrated Call Costing Configuration Records
Band 1
ode Band Tables
.
ode Preflx@s)
6
7
CDefault = None Assigned
Band)
7one Call Band Tables
.
Area Code Pref Ixtesl
1Defakt = None Assiuned
6
7
Default = None Assigned
Continued on next page . . .
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System Programming
Integrated Call Costing Configuration Records - continued
Default = 0 Seconds
.
. .
Answer Tim-It
w
Sec.1
Default = 0 Seconds
Continued on next page . . .
4-108
Integrated Call Costing Configuration Records - continued - Call Rate Tables
LAST
RESORT
TABLE >
ALL RATE TABLE 5
UMBER
JIER 1 RATF
TIER 2 RATE !
FURCHARGE 1
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System Programming
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Station Message Detail Accounting/Reporting Records
Dept/ Dept. Number 1
.
Department Station
Default = None Assigned
.
.
butomatlc Rwo* T’me
4-111
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System Programming
Specialized Route Access (SRA) Records
Specialized Route Access
. Enabled
Disabled
Default = Disabled
Area Code Table
GrQyp
Area Code
1
7
3
4
Default = Line group 1 assigned to all codes
4-111A
(TAB1 17~19)
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System Programming
Specialized Route Access (SRA) Records - continued
I
Soecial Area Code Table 1
Area Code =
Off ice Code
p
4
1
2
3
I
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Soeclal Area Code Table 3
Area Code
Off ice Cod:
Line Group
1
7
13 14
Default = Line group 1 assigned to all codes
(TAB 117~20)
4-1118
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System Programming
Specialized Route Access (SRA) Record - continued
4
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Default = None
SRA Walt .Time .! 7 sec. 13 Sec. 14 Sec.
Default = 4 seconds
4-111c
(TAB1 17~21)
System Programming
IM166-197
Toll Restriction Table Configuration Records
Toll Restriction Tables
TOLL RESTRICTION TABLE
TYPE: ALLOW
DENY
1
X
TOLL RESTRICTION TABLE
5
TYPE: ALLOW
DENY
ENTRY NUMBER (16 MAhMUM)
ENTRY
I117131415l61718l9l10I1111211311411sl1ti
TOLL RESTRI :TION TABLE
TYPE: ALL01 f X D E N Y
ENTRY El
TOLL RESTRICTION TABLE
6
DENY
TYPE: ALLOW
ENTRY NUMBER (16 MAXIMUM)
ENTRY
2
4
TOLL RESTRICTION TABLE
TYPE: ALLOW
DENY
7
TOLL RESTRICTION TABLE
TYPE: ALLOW
DENY
ENTRY
ENTRY NUMBER 116 MAXIMUM)
3
TOLL RESTRICTION TABLE
6
TYPE: ALLOW
DENY
ENTRY NUMBER 116 MAXIMUM)
TOLL RESTRICTION TABLE
4
TYPE: ALLOW
DENY
ENTRY
ENTRY NUMBER (16 MAXIMUM1
continued on next page. . .
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System Programming
Toll Restriction Table Configuration - continued,
Toll Restriction Tables - continued
TOLL RESTRICTION TABLE
TYPE: ALLOW
DENY
9
TOLL RESTRICTION TABLE
TYPE: ALLOW
DENY
ENTRY
NUMBER
(16 MAXIMUM)
ENTRY
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ~9~ilO~11~12~13~14~15~16
TOLL RESTRICTION TABLE
19
TYPE: ALLOW
DENY
ENTRY
ENTRY NUMBER (16 MAXIMUM)
I
TOLL RESTRICTION TABLE
14 .
DENY
TYPE: ALLOW
ENTRY NUMBER (16 MAXIMUM)
ENTRY
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 ~10~11~12~13~14~15~16
1
12
1 TOLL RESTRICTION TABLE
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7
8 19 ~10~11~12~13~14~15~16
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Toll Restriction Table Configuration - continued
Assign Toll Restriction Tables To Lines
Port !
.
.
sslan Toll Restriction Tables To Lmes
Tables
Port !
4-l 14
Tables
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System Programming
Toll Restriction Table Configuration - continued
Assign Toll Restriction To Stations
Station
Port
Toll Table Assignments
.
ISpeed
10
11
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
i Default = None Assigned
4-115
Dial C a l l s
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System Programming
Toll Restriction Table Configuration Records - continued
Station No. TRO Code (Four Diaits)
12
13
14
15
21
22
37
38
42
43
44
45
I
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26
27
54
55
Default = No code assigned
4-116
(TAB1 17~7)
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System Programming
STATION 10 - PROGRAMMING OVERLAY
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Cut out along border.
Cut out shaded openings where necessary.
Fit over station faceplate.
41
A8
A2
A9
I43
A4
5x14
PROGRAMMING
OVERLAY
A10
All
A5
Al2
A6
Al3
A7
Al4
B2
63
4-117
770% Rev. H and earlier
System Programming
IMl66-107
STATION 10 - PROGRAMMING OVERLAY
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Cut out along border.
Cut out shaded openings where necessary.
Fit over station faceplate.
A0
Al
10x 14
PROQWMINQ
OVERLAV
A2
93
A
A9
‘.
Al0
All
4
A5
Al2
A6
Al3
A7
A14
7714X Rev. H and earlier
7714s Rev. H and earlier
L
82
4-119
System Programming
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STATION 10 - PROGRAMMING OVERLAY
l
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Cut out along border.
Cut out shaded openings where necessary.
Fit over station faceplate.
7700s Rev. I and later
A2
A3
A4
A5
PPO13-100
DIGITECH
(REV I OR HIGHER)
PROGRAMMING
OVERLAY
A9
A10
Al 1
Al2
A7
7714X Rev. I and earlier
7714s Rev. I and earlier
B9
HOLD
I
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4-l 21
ITCM I
IMl66-107
System Programming
STATION 10 - PROGRAMMING OVERLAY
l
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Cut but along border.
Cut out shaded openings where necessary.
Fit over station faceplate.
Al
AX
A2
A14
A3
BE
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
411
87
412
88
IMl66-107
System Programming
STATION 10 - PROGRAMMING OVERLAY
l
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Cut out along border.
Cut out shaded openings where necessary.
Fit over station faceplate.
8112s
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All
Al2
4-125
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System Programming
STATION 10 - PROGRAMMING OVERLAY
l
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Cut out along border.
Cut out shaded openings where necessary.
Fit over station faceplate.
Al
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
Bl
B2
B3
B4
85
B6
B7
B8
A9
DIGITECH
BUTTON
DESIGNATION
FOR AMERICOM
TELEPHONE
PPOO8-001
ISSUE NO. 2
A10
All
Al2
Al3
HOLD
ITCM
A14
7016s
16-Line LCD Speakerphone
4-l 27
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System Programming
STATION 10 - PROGRAMMING OVERLAY
Cut out along border.
Cut out shaded openings where necessary.
Fit over station faceplate.
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PROGRAMMING OVERLAY, DD32X
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PROGRAMMED
DUAL CONSOLE
32-BUTTON DSS/BLF
CONSOLE
DD32X-xx
4-129
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System Programming
STATION 10 - PROGRAMMING OVERLAY
l
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Cut out along border.
Cut out shaded openings where necessary.
Fit over station faceplate.
1864X
C25
c41
c57
c73
C24
c40
C56
C72
C23
c39
c55
c71
c22
C38
c54
c70
c21
c37
c53
C69
c20
C36
C52
C68
Cl9
c35
c51
C67
Cl8
c34
c50
C66
Cl7
c33
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C65
Cl6
C32
C48
C64
Cl5
c31
c47
C63
Cl4
c30
C46
C62
Cl3
c29
c45
C61
Cl2
C28
c44
C60
Cl1
C27
c43
c59
Cl0
C26
C42
C58
PPO24-002
4-131
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System Programming
STATION 10 - PROGRAMMING OVERLAY
l
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Cut out along border.
Cut out shaded openings where necessary.
Fit over station faceplate.
C42
c43
c44
c45
C46
c47
C48
c49
C26
c27
C28
c29
c30
c31
C32
c33
Cl0
CII
Cl2
Cl3
Cl4
Cl5
Cl6
Cl7
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64-Button Console
4-133
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System
Ooeration
Chapter 5
System Operating Characteristics
Operator’s Manuals
System operation is documented in separate
publications that are shipped in the literature package
that accompanies the common equipment cabinet.
The publications that document system operation are
listed below.
Operation With DigiTech
Telephones and Consoles
(product codes 77OOS, 7714X, and 7714s - all with
revision A through H and later, and DD32X)
l GCA70-183
DigiTech Multiline Telephone
System User’s Guide
l GCA70-182
DigiTech Attendant’s Guide
l GCA70-184
DigiTech Station User’s Guide
l GCA70-232
DigiTech Single-Line Proprietary
Telephone User’s Guide
l GCA70-187
DigiTech DSS/BLF Console
User’s Guide
Operation With Impact
Telephones and Consoles
(product codes 80248,81248,8012S, 8112S, 8112N,
8101 N, and IB64X)
l GCA70-245
Impact LCD Speakerphone
System User’s Guide
Impact Multiline Telephone
l GCA70-244
System Users Guide
Impact Attendant’s Supplement
l GCA70-247
l GCA70-246
Impact Station User’s Guide
l GCA70-246
Impact Single-Line Proprietary
Telephone User’s Guide
Impact DSS/BLF Console
l GCA70-256
User’s Guide
dperation With Americom
Telephones and Consoles
(product codes 701 OS, 7016S, 711 OX, XD64X)
Americom LCD Speakerphone
l GCA70-257
System User’s Guide
l GCA70-151
Americom Multiline Telephone
System User’s Guide
Americom Attendant’s Guide
l GCA70-153
Americom Station User’s Guide
l GCA70-149
Americom 64-Button DSWDLF Console
l GCA70-142
User’s Guide
Operation With DigiTech
Telephones and Consoles
(product codes 77OOS, 7714X, and 7714s - all with
revision I and later, and DD32X)
l
GCA70-220
DigiTech LCD Speakerphone
System User’s Guide
l
GCA70-221 DigiTech Multiline Telephone
System User’s Guide
l
GCA70-228
DigiTech Attendant’s Supplement
l GCA70-184
DigiTech Station User’s Guide
l
GCA70-232 DigiTech Single-Line Proprietary
Telephone User’s Guide
l
GCA70-187 DigiTech DSWBLF Console
User’s Guide
Operation With lndust -Standard
Telephones Through Txe ATI-D
l
GCA70-239
User’s Guide For The
Industry-Standard Telephone
Should you need additional copies of these
publications, contact your Comdial inside sales
representative for details on how to obtain them.
Comdial
Inside Sales Department
P.O.Box 7266
Charlottesville, VA 22906
Call: 7-800-347-7432
5-l
System Operation
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Typical DigiTech Telephone Features
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- Intercom
Button
System Operation
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Typical lmpacf Telephone Features
Handset
Interactive Buttons
(NOT programmable)
Keypad
TAP
Button
Transfer/
Conference
Button
Message
Waiting
Light
Hold
Button
LCD Alphanumeric Display
Interactive Buttons
(NOT
programmable)
A-
7
Speaker
Programmable
Buttons
Handset
Keypad
TAP
Button
Volume
Control
Transfer/
Conference
Button
‘Shift Button
Message
Waiting
Light
Mute Button
-Speaker
Button
Hold
Button
Button
Opening
5-3
Feature Dialing Code Numbering Plan
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FEATURE
DIALING CODES
FEATURE
DIALING CODES
All Call Page
ITCM 87
Line Answer From Any Station
ITCM 80
Attendant Calling
ITCM 0
Line Group Access
Automatic Redialing
Programmed Button
Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4
Line Queuing
Enable Line
Enable Line Group
Cancel
Background
Music
On
off
ITCM t 1
ITCM # 1
Automatic
Call Back
Activate
Cancel
ITCM, Ext., t, 8
ITCM # 8
Station-to-Station
Messaging
Activate
Cancel
ITCM, Ext., t 7
ITCM, # 7, Ext.
LCD Messaging
Call Forward
Call Park
Call Pickup
I Set
I Cancel
ITCM * 02 (1 - 0)
I ~~~~
t lTCM#92
Personal
ITCM t 05, Ext.
Cancel
ITCM # 05
All Calls
ITCM +K 5. Ext.
I Cancel
1 lTCM#5
I Park Orbits l-9
Pick Up
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ITCM # (91 - 99)
Night Transfer
(Attendant Station )
ITCM t # 03 (Ll)
ITCM +K # 03 (Ll)
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Ringing Tones
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Use
Store
Call Waiting Tone
Send
Cancel
ITCM, Ext., * 01
Hang up
Speed Dial
Do Not Disturb
Set
Cancel
Programmed Button
Programmed Button
Redial (Last Dialed Number)
Handsfree Answer
Inhibit
Hold
I Set
Cancel
Manual
Exclusive
Direct
Direct Hold Pickup
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Service Observing
MUTE
MUTE
HOLD
HOLD, HOLD
ITCM t 90, Ext.
ITCM # 90
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ITCM # 4
Voice Announce
Block
-8
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Pulse/Tone Switching
Saved Number
Redial
ITCM +K 3, Ext.
ITCM # 3. Ext.
ITCM
ITCM, HOLD
On
Off
Group
External Page
HOLD
ITCM (Group code) t 8
ITCM # 8
ITCM 88
ITCM, t 4, Ext
ITCM, Ext., t 63
9
81
82
83
Meet Me Answer (Paail 9)
Message Waiting
Set
Cancel From Idle
Cancel On Line
Retrieve Message
Directed
Executive Override
ITCM
ITCM
1 ITCM
1 ITCM
HOLD, Programmed Button
Prwrammed Button
ITCM #I 63, Ext
Station
System
1Block
1Unblock
l- 0
M 01-99
#
1 ITCM t2
1 ITCM #2
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System Operation
Controls And Indicators
Ringer Volume Control
Status Indicators And Tone Sequences
Each station has a ringer volume control. Adjust the
ringer volume of each station as desired by its user.
The following pages describe the light and ring
patterns associated with system operation.
Telephone
Control
Location
7114s, 7114s
6012S, 60248
8012S, 8112s
Rocker switch located on
front faceplate.
Adjust while ringing
to set volume.
7701x, 8101N
8112N
Switch on bottom housing.
Set for fixed volume levels.
701 OS, 711 ox
7016s
Switch on left side of telephone.
Set for fixed volume levels.
NOTE: The values shown are typical. They are
provided for illustration purposes only.
Display Intensity
A user can adjust the intensity (brightness and
contrast) of the liquid crystal display (LCD) readout
that is included on some digital telephones to a
desired operating level at any time that the telephone
is idle and on-hook.
To adjust the display intensity,
l
Press and hold the MUTE button until the desired
intensity is achieved.
e
SYSTt..r
RINGING PATTERNS
COlPBX Line Ring
Host system ring cadence
Intercom Tone Signaltins
Two 150 msec. tone bursts
sounded every 4 seconds
Voice Stgnalling alert
One 215 msec. tone burst
Timed hold recall at
station that put call
on hold
Three 150 msec. tone bursts
sounded at the end of each
timeout period
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:all back alert
Iueues Enabled
3ne 80 msec. tone burst
lollowed by three 150 msec.
!one bursts and one 80 msec.
:one burst
‘all forward alert
3ne 80 msec. tone burst
‘ansfer ringing
Two 1 .l set tone bursts
sounded every 4 seconds
RING CADENCE DEPENDENT
UPON HOST SYSTEM
INTERCOM CALL PROGRESS TONES
(Heard through handset receiver or over monitor speaker)
sounded three times
otification tone
followed by 280 msec.
lverride feature
ut allowed
530 msec. tone bursts
sounded continuously
Nignt transfer feature
not allowed
Call waiting tone
Three 80 msec. tone bursts
soundedonce
Called station in do-notdisturb mode
140 msectone burst
sounded twice every
1.5 sec.
Call-back busy feature on
260 msec. tone burst
soundedonce
System is awaiting
memory dial number
or key mapping entry
after location is specified
c
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Override feature on
- warning tone
I
80 msec. tone bursts sounded
continuously
lln_
Six 100 msec tone bursts
sounded for 1.5 sec.
iOHVA tone
NSD ringback tone
Dual 440/460 Hz tone
sounded 1 sec.on/l set off
.
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)ISD dial
D tone
381 Hz tone sounded
continuously
I
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Two 125 sec. bursts
of 381 Hz tone sounded once
IISD busy/error tone
Three 500 msec. bursts
of 381 Hz tone sounded once
4
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LINE SELECT LIGHTS
idle
Steady off
Ringing
Continuous flash
(560 msec. on - 560 msec. off)
In use
On hold
Your station
Green indicator - on steady
Other station
Red indicator - on steady
Your station
Green indicator - continuous winking
(490 msec. on - 70 msec. off)
Other station
Red indicator - continuous winking
(490 msec. on - 70 msec. off)
Red indicator - steady on
Exclusive hold
at other station
Held call
time out
Your station
Green indicator - continuous flutter
(70 msec. on - 70 msec. off)
Other station
Red indicator - continuous flutter
(70 msec. on - 70 msec. off)
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MESSAGE WAITING LIGHT
Message Waiting
Continuous flash
(560 msec. on - 560 msec. off)
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INTERCOM LIGHT
In use - your station
Steady on with wink off
(2.3 sec. on - 70 msec. off)
Auto redial active
Continuous flash
(70 msec. on - 70 msec. off)
Messaging display
Continuous winking
(490 msec. on - 70 msec. off)
Night mode
-Station 10 and 12
Flutter with repeative off periods
(flutter rate - 560 msec. off)
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II
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cAJso23
BLF LIGHTS
LCD messaging
Continuous flash
(70 msec. on - 70 msec. off)
DSS station idle
Steady off
DSS station bus on outside
line or intercom Yine.
Steady on
DSS station in do not
disturb mode.
SPEAKER LIGHT
Steady on
MUTE LIGHT
v
Steady on
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Maintenance
Chapter 6
Maintenance
:
Technical Assistance And Repair Service
Technical Assistance
Should you experience difficulty with installation,
checkout, or programming, and have made an attempt
to isolate the problem using information provided
herein; or should you encounter problems at a later
date which cannot be resolved by referring to this
manual, call the Comdial Technical Service staff.
They can be reached at 1-800-388-8224 between the
hours of 8:00 AM and 8:00 PM Eastern time, Monday
through Friday.
When calling for technical assistance, you should be
at the job site and you should have in your
possession, as a minimum, an accurate volt-ohm
meter and a copy of this manual.
Repair Service
If your common equipment cabinet or an individual
station needs repair, it may be returned to Comdial.
Comdial will, at their option, either repair the defective
equipment or replace it with a remanufactured unit.
This repair will be done for a fixed charge. For
information on this charge, please call or write to the
address given below.
Comdial
P.O. Box 7266
Charlottesville, VA 22906
Attention: Repair Department
Telephone: (604) 976-2400
I-800-877-4448
When returning equipment for repair, pack it carefully
to prevent damage. Any damages during shipment
will be the responsibility of the purchaser. The
equipment should be shipped freight or postage
prepaid. The shipping address is:
Comdial
1180 Seminole Trail
Charlottesville, VA 22901
Attention: Repair Department
Fuse Location
The system is protected against short circuit damage
by a slow-blow fuse located on the right side of the
common equipment cabinet. Always replace the fuse
with one of the same value and type, othennrise,
equipment damage could result.
l 4-Line, a-Station Base Unit - lA, 250V Slow-Blow
l a-Line, 1SStation
Base Unit - 3A, 250V Slow-Blow
l lSLine, 32Station Base Unit - 3A, 250V Slow-Blow
Wiring
Refer to Chapter 3 section titled Checkout and Failure
/so/&ion for instructions for testing the system wiring
and components for possible failure.
Maintenance
IMl66-107
Frequently Asked Questions Concerning The Digital Telephone System
Question
Answer
System Manual Reference
What prevents the speaker light
from turning off?
Check to see if background music is
turned on. Verify if the station port is
programmed in the headset mode
Pages 2-3,2-l 3, 2-18, 4-29
Why is the display on the LCD
speakerphone difficult to read?
Adjust the LCD contrast level by holding
the MUTE button down for more than
five seconds and let contrast levels 0 -7
scroll through until the desired darkness
appears.
see system user’s guide
Why will the system not
communicate with the printer?
Make sure the parameters of the printer
(such as the baud rate, data bits, and so
. forth) match the system. Also, verify
that the wiring configuration iS correct.
Pages 3-28,3-38,4-5,4&l
Why does a printer that is hooked
up for SMDA reports print at the
completion of each outside call?
SMDR printout is enabled.
Page 4-72
Even though the telephone is
programmed to ring, something is
preventing it from ringing. What
could that be?
Check to see if there is a visual
indication of ringing. If there is, check
the ringer volume setting of the
telephone. If it still does not ring,
reprogram the feature.
Pages 2-21,4-g
What could prevent a programmer
from programming a DSS
appearance or a feature
appearance at an unused line
button?
The button’s previous function iS
interfering. A programmer must first
use the button mapping programming
procedure to blank the default line
assignment to the button before
reprogramming that button for another
purpose.
Page 4-38
What would prevent the TAP
button of a station from generating
a flash on a system that is
installed behind CENTREX or a
PBX?
A programmer must reprogram the
telephone system’s TAP button flash
time to match the hook flash time of the
host system.
Page 4-l 3
The customer has requested toll
restriction for certain telephones
but wants certain people to be
able to override these restrictions.
How can this be arranged?
First disable the system speed dial toll
restriction, then program a system
speed dial location to choose a line and
dial a pause when it is used. Provide
this speed dial location to only those
users that need to override toll
restrictions. These users can press this
speed dial button and then dial their
desired telephone number.
Page 4-78
What could prevent a programmer
from programming lines into line
groups?
On systems with revision 8T and earlier
software, the installer must first strap
the common equipment to provide
hybrid operation. On currently
produced systems, this is not necessary.
Page 3-1
6-2
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Maintenance
Question
Answer
System Manual Reference
Speed dial locations are
programmed but sometimes will
not dial when the users use them.
What causes this to happen?
This is could happen when the speed
dial is programmed to only access a
specific line. If this line is busy, no
action will ensue. When programming
speed dial numbers, select a line group
instead of an individual line.
(Remember, on systems with a software
revision of 8T or earlier, the installer
must install the hybrid strap to allow line
group use.) For line groups to be
active, you must assign lines to them.
Alternately, consider enabling idle line
. preference.
Pages.2-2,2-16,2-18,
2-22, 3-1,4-10,4-17
What could prevent a line light
from turning on when auxiliary
equipment that is hooked up
ahead of the system on that line is
in use?
Automatic off-hook detection only works
if the device is connected to the
auxiliary interface connections of lines
two or four.
Pages 2-3,3-23
Why cannot an attendant (station
port 10 or 12) program the night
transfer code under a
programmable button?
The feature may not be available. It is
available only in software releases 8A
and later.
Check software revision
number of cartridge.
Why cannot an attendant (station
port 10 or 12) delete call
accounting records?
The programmer must first enable this
capability for the attendant using the
system class of service programming.
Page 4-73
How can the system be arranged
so that the user can access more
than two lines on a two-line
telephone?
There several solutions to this problem.
They are as follows:
1. Reprogram one of the lines as a line
group button and have it access a
group of lines.
2. Use dynamic line buttons.
3. Use idle line preference.
Pages 4-17, 4-36,4-38
What prevents voice announce
from operating?
Called station could have the voice
announce blocking feature turned on.
Pages 4-35, 4-40
What prevents the user from
programming a button for a
response message?
The programmer or the attendant must
first program the system LCD message,
before the user can assign it to a
dedicated button.
Page 4-7, also see system
user’s guide
Maintenance
IMl66-107
Question
Answer
System Manual Reference
How does one set up a DCD
department?
The procedure for setting up a DCD
department is as follows:
1. Assign stations to departments.
2. Program call fonvard RNA for each
station.
3. Assign access codes to departments.
4. Assign fines to departments.
Pages 4-50
How can a user enable a line port
that was disabled?
He or she cannot do this. The
programmer must reprogram the line as
a CO line in order to enable it again.
This is because line type programming
does not toggle on and off.
Page 4-16
During a programming session,
how does a programmer delete
something that he or she has
programmed into station class of
service?
Most station programming is a toggle
action. A programmer merely performs
the same procedure that he or she
initially performed to toggle the opposite
choice.
Page 4-22
There is a flashing status LED on
the common equipment cabinet
during the initial installation. How
does an installer clear it?
Reset the system by interrupting power
for at least ten seconds. While power is
off, make sure the software cartridge is
inserted properly.
Page 3-36
How can I check to see what
programming is presently on a
station?
The easiest procedure is to program
with a VDT or a personal computer that
is running an appropriate
communications software program. With
this programming method, the
information is easily displayed and
retrieved. Another method is to install a
DSS/BLF console into the station port
adjacent to the programming station.
The console will use lighted LEDs to
indicate the stations that are
programmed with a particular feature.
When using a console on a port where
a telephone was previously used, be
sure to default the port. Also, in order to
view programming with a console, the
system must be using revision 8A
software or later.
Alternately, you can connect a data
printer to the system and request a
printout of the system programming.
Pages 4-4,4-54,4-n
6-4
lMl66-107
Maintenance
Question
Answer
System Manual Reference
How does the system alarm report
feature operate?
Use station class of service to assign
one or more stations to receive the
alarm signal. Once this is done, there
are three possible events that could
trigger an alarm. They are:
1. Parity errors - These indicate data
transmission problems between the
telephone and the common equipment.
2. Disconnected telephone - This
indicates the station number, the time,
and the date that a station was
disconnected.
3. Printer off line - This indicates when
the printer has gone off line.
When an alarm occurs, a flashing *
.appears in the upper right comer of the
LCD display of the telephone that is
programmed to receive the alarm signal.
To process the alarms, the user must
press and hold the
key until the first
alarm message appears in the display.
After this, he or she can press the
key to scroll through any subsequent
alarm messages. The user can clear
individual messages by dialing 0 after
each message appears. To exit the
system alan mode, the user must
dial #.
Pages 2-24, 4-9,4-35
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6-6
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Maintenance
Question
Answer
How long will battery back-up last?
Anyone can calculate the actual
minimum battery back-up time for any
configured system by using the
following formula:
T=
(K) (e)
1 + W.1) W)l
T = Back-up time in hours
K = Constant:
0.9 for 408 system with or without a
408 expansion module
0.8 for 816 system with or without
one or two 408 expansion modules
.8 for 1632 system with or without
one or two 408 expansion modules
e = Ampere-hour capacity of battery
(for example = BBL02 = 15)
N = Total number of stations
Example: Assume that a 1632 system,
two 408 expansion modules, and 48
stations are installed, along with a
BBU02 battery assembly to provide
backup power.
T=
12 = 2.1 hrs.
(0.8) (15) = 1 + [(O.l) (48)]
5.8
System Manual Reference
IMl66107
Publication
Index
Publication Index
Abandoned Hold Release . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1,2-134-15
AC Power Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
34
Access Codes, Direct Department Calling
. . . . . . . . 4-50
Access Denied . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-1,422
Access Denied, Line Access Restriction . . . . . . . . . 2-15
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-3
Accessory Information
1-3
AccountCodes
: : : 2-;,‘4-44
...............................
Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2,4-36
Enabled . . . . . . . . . . . . . : : : : : : : : . 4-44
Forced . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
444
Length . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
445
List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
445
Message Display Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
446
RWXdS
4-100
Verified. I : I : : I I : I I I I I I I I I I : I I I I 445
Add-On Expansion Modules. . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-31,334
Add-On Conferencing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-8
Alarm Report, System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-22,4-g, 4-35
All Call And Zone Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2,2-18,4-23
Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-23
Amertcom Telephone Features, Typical . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
Americom Telephone Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
l-8
Analog Terminal Interface
Configuration.
....................
4-47
Distinctive Ringing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
447
Records ...........................
4-100
support..
:::::::::. 2-2
Through Dialing
447
AnswerHold.....:::::::::::::::::::
2-13
Answer Time Ltmtt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-70
Area Paging Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2
Assist Button
2-2,2-17
AssistStation.DlSD::::::::::::::::::
. . 4-53
Audible Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-24
Automatic Attendant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-24
Automatic Callback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2,2-14
Button
......................
4-36
Automatic Dialing
2-2
OfStoredNumbem’
: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 2-2
Automatic Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2,2-13,4-24
For Intercom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2,2-13, 4-24
Transfer To Intercom . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2.2-13,4-24
Transfer To Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2,2-13,4-24
Automatic Pause Insertion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-20
Automatic Privacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-l 8,4-16,4-25
Automatic Redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-3,2-19
Automatic Station Relocation
2-3,4-5
Automatic Transfer Of Voice Mai; .................... ‘2:24,4-57
Auxiliary Equipment Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3,323
Auxiliary Jack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-l 1
Auxiliary Ringer Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3,2-20
Background Music. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-3,2-17
Basic Key Service (1 A2) Emulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Battery Back-Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.2-3,34
Interface
2-3
Baud Rate, Data.
..............................
: : : : : : : : 4-5
Blank Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-37
BLF Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-12
Block Programming . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-3,2-7,4-21,441
Line
4-21
Statiori 1: 1 1: 1: 1 1 1 1 1 1: 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1: 441
Button Designations, Converting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Button, Programmable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-18
Account Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2,4-36
All Call And Zone Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-23
Assignments, Default . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-4
Assist. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2.2-16
Automatic Call-Back
...............................
4-36
CallForward
.: : : 4-37
Call Park Orbit
4-37
Blank . . ...............................
: : : : : : 4-37
Designations, Impact Telephones, Converting . . . . . 4-2
Do Not Disturb
4-37
DSS/BLF ...............................
: : : : : : 4-36
Line. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-38
Line Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-38
tine Group Queue
4-39
Multiple Intercom .............................
: I I I 4-39
Privacy
4-39
S a v e .........................................
I I : I 4-39
Subdued Off HookVoice .Announce
.............
2-23
Voice Announce Block .
: : : : : 440
Zone Page/All-Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-40
Button Mapping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-36
Button Mapping Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-94 - 4-99
Button, Transfer/Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-23
Buttons, Dynamic Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-12
Cable Clips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-l 1
Call Announce With Handsfree Answerback
. . . . . 2-3,2-14
Call Costing
Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-58
Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-60
Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-107
Reports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-4
Call Costing Tables
Area Code Band Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-68
Costing Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-69
Exception Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-67
Office Code Band Tables
..............
4-67
Zone Call Band Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-68
Call Forward Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-37
Call Forward On Busymihg No-Answer . . . . . . . . . . 4-25
Call Forwarding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-5
Call Origination Denied . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-26
CallPark. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.2-5,2-13
Orbll Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-37
Recall Timing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-12
Call Pickup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-5
Call Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Call Transfer Recall Timing, Unanswered ; . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Call Waiting Tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Caller ID
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 340
Service Support
2-6
ServiceSupport
Configuration
I I I ‘449
.........................
Service Support Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-l 02
Calling Station Identification On BLF
2-6
Central Oftice Limits . . . . . . . . . I I I : I I I I I : I ‘l-13
Central Message Desk
4-26
Checkout.......:::::::::::::::::: 3-41
ClassOfService
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
Configuration Records
4-87
Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : : 2-s; 2-7,4-3
Programming Printout
2-7
Clock, System . . . . . . . : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 4-10
Common Audible And Auxiliary
Ringing Interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-7, 2-20, 3-24
Common Equipment Description
14
Compatibility With Telephone Network’ : : : : : : : : : : ‘342
Conferendng . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8
Add-On . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8
Multtline
2-8
hSU~&ed::::::::::::::::::::::2.8
I-1
.
Publication
Index
Configuration
....................
AccountCode
444
Analog Terminal Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
447
Caller ID Service Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
448
4-54
Data Printer Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Direct Department Calling . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-50
Direct Inward Station Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-52
4-55
ExecuMail Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-58
Integrated Call Costing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-15
Non-Square System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-36
Statlon Message Detail Accountin~eportlng
. . . . 4-71
Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-22
System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-5
Configuration, Toll Restriction Table . . . . . . . . . 4-74
Console, Dual Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-27
Console Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-8,2-12
Controls And Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-6
Converting Button Designations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-2
Costed Calls, Display Of . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-70
Data Baud Rate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-5
Data Communications With The Digltal Telephone System 3-38
Data Device Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-28
Data Printer Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-54
Data Printer Service Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-54
Data Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-9
Data Security Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-28
Default
Button Assignments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
44
Functional Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.2-7,2-g
tine
. . . . 44
Station 1: 1 1 1: 1: 1: 1 1: 1: 1: 1: 1: . . . . 4 4
System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
44
Toll Restriction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-9,2-24,44
Class of Service And Master Clear . . . . . . . . . . 4 4
Delayed Ringing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-9.2-20.4-28
Department Calling Distribution Report . . . . . . . . 2-9,2-l 0
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Description Of System Features
Dial 0 For System Attendant
................
2-9
Dial Time Limit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-52,4-70
Dialing, ATI Thru . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
447
Dialing, Automatic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2
Dialing, On-Hook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-17
DigiTech Telephone Features, Typical . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
DigiTech Telephone, Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
l-6
DigiTech Telephone Support. Revision I And Later . . . . . 4-l
........................
Dimensions
1-12
Common Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
l-5
Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-3
Telephones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
l-8,1-9
Direct Department Calling Wtth Department Call Distribution 2-9
Access Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-50
Calling Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-50
4-50
Calling tine Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calling Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.4-103
Station Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-51
Direct Inward Station Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-10
Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-52
Incoming Rings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-53
Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
..4-104
Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-53
Direct Ringing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-28
Direct Station Call Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-12
Direct Station Selection Programmable . . . . . . . . . . 2-12
Discard Digits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-W
DISD Incoming Rings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-53
Display Intensity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-6
Display Of Costed Calls, LCD Speakerphone . . . . . . . 4-70
Distinctive Ringing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-12,2-20
IMl66107
2-12
Do Not Disturb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-37
Inhibit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-12,4-6
Override . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-12,4-6
DSS/BLF
Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-38
Console, Dual Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-12,4-27
Console Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-20
Programmable
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2-2,2-l 9
. . . . . . 2-22
Station Monitoring With DSS Call Pickup
DTMF Tones, Extended For Automatic Dialing . . . . . . 4-12
Dual Console Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8.2-12,4-27
2-12 2-14
Dual Intercom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dynamic Line Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-12
Emergency Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
; 4-45
2-12
End-To-End Signalling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Exclusfve Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-12,2-13,4-6
System-Wide Enable/Disable . . . . . . . . . 2-12, 2-13
ExecuMail Interface
Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-55
Records
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ‘4-105
Executive/Attendant Cverrtde . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-12,4-27
Extended DTMF Tones For Automatic Dialing
. . . . . . 4-12
External Paging Interface . . . . . . . . 2-12, 2-17,3-26,3-27
341
Failure Isolation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
l-1 3
FCC Registration Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FCC Rules And Regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
342
. . . . . . . : . . . 54
Feature Dialing Code Numbering Plan
Feature Inhibit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-12,4-14
Flash/Recall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
_ . . . . 4-13
Flexible Ringing Assignments . . . . . . . . . 2-13,2-21,4-28
Flexible Station And Line Class of Service Control . . 2-7,2-l 2
Flexible Station Numbering . . . . . . . . 2-13,2-22.4-29,54
FlexiMe Toll Restriction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-24
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
Frequently Asked Questions
Full Button Programmability Cf Features . . . . . . . . . 2-13
Fuse Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
General Check. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . .
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General Programming Information
General Specifications . . . . . . . . . . .
Grounding
Considerations (Stations) . . . . . .
tine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Group Call Pickup . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Handsfree Answer Inhibit . . . . . . . . .
Hardware Summary . . . . . . . . . . . .
Headset Capability. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Headset Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Automatic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Exclusive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Music Cn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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RecalLTimed.
Release, Abandoned . . . . . . . . .
Timed Recall . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hunt Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hybrid Operation, Simplified . . . . . . . .
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. . . . . . . .34
. . . . . . . 4-29
. . . . . . . 2-17
. . . . . . . . l-3
. . . . . . . 2-13
. . . . . . . 4-29
. . . . . . . 2-13
. . 2-2,2-13,4-24
. . 2-12,2-13,4-6
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2-13,2-16
. . . . . . . .4-7
. . . . 2-13,4-13
. . . . 2-13,4-15
. . . . 2-13.2-24
. . . . 2-24; 4-31
. . . . . . . . 3-1
I Hold, I Use indications . . . . . . .
Idle Une Preference . . . . . . . . .
Impact Telephone Features, Typical
Impact Telephone Images . . . . . .
Incoming Rings, DISD . . . . . . . .
Indications, I Hold, I Use . . . . . . .
IndustryIFtegulatory Standards . . .
Industry-Standard Telephone Support
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3-41
. 1-2
. 4-1
l-1 2
. . . . . . 2-14
2-14,2-l 6,4-30
. . . . . . . 5-3
. . . . . . . l-7
. . . . . . 4-53
. . . . . . 2-14
. . . . . . l-13
. . . . . . 2-14
tMl66107
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-l
Add-On Expansion Module
3-34
Notice . . . . . . . . . . . : : : : : : : : : : : : : 3-l
Requirements
‘342
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Integrated Call Costing
Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-58
Integrated Call Costing Configuration Records
4-107
Interactive Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : : : 4-36
Intercom Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-14
Automatic Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-24
Call Progress Tones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-14,5-E
Hunt Group. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-14,4-31
Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-12
Line Timeout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-14
Signalling, Tone Or Voice
4-11
IntercomLight.. . . . . . . . :::::::::::::: 5 - l 1
Introducing The System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-l
Key SysterwHybrid Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-15
Last Number Rediai . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-15,2-20
LCD
Messaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-15,2-17,4-7
support.
2-15
LineFeatures... ...................
:::::::::::: 2-16
Answer From Any Station (Night Mode) . . . . . . . 2-16
Access Denied At Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-22
Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-38
Configuration.
4-15
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Configuration Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-92
Connections
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3-6,3-7,3-31
Defauft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-4
Disable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-16
3-6
Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Group Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-18
Group Button. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-38
Group Queue Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-39
Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-16,4-17
ID, Voice Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-57
Names . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-18
Port Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-l 9
Ports, Direct Department Calling . . . . . . . . . . . 4-56
Preselection
2-16
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Prime Line Automatic
2-16,2-19,4-31
Programming. . . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . . . . 4-15
Queuing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-16
Select Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-10
Reassignment, Line To Line Port . . . . . . . . . . 4-19
Ringing Line Preference . . . . . . . . . 2-16,2-21,4-32
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-l
Manual Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-13,2-17
Mapping, Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-35
Master Clear And Class Of Service Defaults . . . . . . . . 4-4
Meet-Me Answer Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-17,2-19
Memory Retention After Power Loss . . . . . . . . . . .
l-13
Memory Retention Without Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . 2-19
Menu Descriptions, Video Display Terminal Programming
4-82
Message Desk, Central . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-26
Message Display Time, Account Code . . . . . . . . . . 4-46
Message Wait Originate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-32
Message Waiting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-17
Message Waiting Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-l 1
Messaging. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-16
LCD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-15,2-17,4-7
Response . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-17.2-27
Station-To-Station
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2-l 6.2-22
Miscellaneous Features, Station Configuration . . . . 4-5,4-22
Miscellaneous Programming Features
. . . . . . . . . . 4-43
Miscellaneous Programming Features Records
. . . . . 4-98
Modular Wiring And Jack&- Or 4Conductor Wire System 2-16
Mounting
Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-l
Dimensions
.3-3
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Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-2
Publication Index
Muttiline Conferencing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-8
Muttiple Intercom Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-39
Music Features
2-17
Interface . 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1:13,2:17,3-30
On Hold
2-17,4-7
Mute.....:::::::::::::::::::::
2-17
: : 5-12
Mute Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Names
Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-18
Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-34
Night Mode Toll Restriction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-24
Night Transfer (Of Ringing) . . . . . . . . . . 2-18,2-21,4-48
Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-21
Non-Square System Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-36
Notification To Telephone Company
. . . . . . . . . . . 3-42
Numbers, Emergency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-45
On-Hook Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-17
Operating Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l-13
Operation
With Americom Telephones and Consoles . . . . . . . 5-l
Wti DigiTech Telephones and Consoles . . . . . . . 5-l
With Impact Telephones and Consoles
. . . . . . . . 5-l
With Industry-Standard Telephones . . . . . . . . . . 5-l
Operator’s Manuals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-l
Originating Denied . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-17
Outline Dimensions
Amerfwm Telephones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-l 1
Common Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
l-5
DigfTech Telephones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-9
Impact Telephones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
l-l 0
Overlays, Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-l 17
Override
Do Not Disturb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-27
Exdusive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-28
PA Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
l-13
Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-8
Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-18
AU-call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2,2-18,4-23
External Interface
2-l 8,3-26
External Interface - f%e’P&t : : : : : : : : : : 2-18,3-27
Meet-Me Answer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-17,2-19
Zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-19,2-25,4-23
Party tines And Coin tines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-42
Pause Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
......... 4-12
PBX/CENTREXICOCompatible
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-19
Personalized Ringing Tone . . . . . . . . . . 2-19,2-21,4-31
Pooled Line Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-19
Port Reassignment
LineTo Line Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-19
Station to Station Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-35
Power Failure
Station Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-22
Transfer
. . . . . . . . . 2-19
Power Requirements. ..................... . . . . . . . . . l-12
Prime tine Automatic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-16,2-19
Prime Line, Group, Intercom. . . . . . . . . . 2-16,2;17,4-31
Printout
Class Of Service Programming
. . . . . . . . . . 2-7
Station Message Detail Accountin9’ . . . . . . . . . 4-72
Station Message Detail Reporting . . . . . . . . . . 4-72
Privacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . 2-19
Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . 2-l 9,4-39
Designated Programmable Button . . . . . . . . . . 2-19
Privacy Release/Automatic Privacy
. . . . . . 4-l 6,4-25
Privacy Release/Brokerage Service . . . . . . . . . 2-19
Station-By-Station
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-22
Private Lines (Access Denied). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-19
Product Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . l-13
ProgrammableButtons
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Programmable DSSlBLF . : : : : : : : . . . . . . . 2-2,2-l 9
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Publication
Index
lMl66107
Programming
Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3.2-7
Miscellaneous Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-43
L i n e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-15
Overlays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1,4-l 17
Procedure, Video Display Terminal . . . . . . . . . 4-78
Records, Class of Service Configuration . . . . . . 4-87
Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-22
System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-5
Video Display Terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-n
Publication Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
l-2
Pulse/Tone Switchable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-20,4-20
Radio Frequency Interference. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RecafVFfash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recall Time, Unanswered Call Transfer. . . . . . . . . .
Recall, Timed Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-42
4-13
4-13
2-23
Records
Account Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-98
Analog Terminal Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-99
Caller ID Service Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-l 00
Direct Department Calling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-101
Direct Inward Station Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-102
ExecuMail Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.4-103
Integrated Call Costing Configuration . . . . . . . .4-105
Line Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-92
Miscellaneous Programming Features
Station Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-93
Station Message Detail Accounting/Repotting . . . .4-109
System Configuration - Feature Inhibiting . . . . . . 4-91
System Configuration - Miscellaneous Features . . . 4-88
4-90
System Configuration Timing . . . . . . . . . . . .
Toll Restriction Table Configuration . . . . . . . . .4-l 10
Redial
2-3,2-20
Automatic
Last Number : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ‘2-15,2-20
Saved Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-20,2-21
Redialing
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2-20
Related Publications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-2
Remote Programming And Administration
. . . . . . 2-7,2-20
Remote Programming
Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-81
Configuration, Video Display Terminal Programming
4-79
Repair Authorization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-42
Repair Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-l
Resistance Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
341
Response Messaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-17,2-20
Ringer Equivalence Number . . . . . . . . . . . .
l-1 3,342
Ringer Interface, Auxiliary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-3
Ringer Volume Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-6
Ringing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-19
Assignments, Flexible . . . . . . . . . . 2-13.2-21,428
ATI Distinctive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
447
Auxiliary Ringer Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3,2-20
Delayed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-9,2-20,428
Direct. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-28
Distinctive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-12,2-20
Interface, Common Audible And Auxiliary . . . . . . 3-24
Line Preference . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-16,2-21,4-32
Night Transfer of . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-18,2-21,4-29
Patterns, System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-7
Subdued . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-21,2-24
Tone, Personalized . . . . . . . . . . . 2-19.2-21,431
Rings, DISD Incoming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-53
Save Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-39
Saved Number Redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-20,2-21
Screened Call Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-5
Self Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-21
Service Observing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-21,4-33
Signatling,
End-To-End
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2-12
Tone Or Voice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-11
Simplified Hybrid Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-1
Single-Line Proprietary Telephone Support . . . . . . . . 2-21
SMDA Reporting Through VDT
Programming and Per-Station SMDA . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 4
Software Cartrtdge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-36
Software Revision Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-10
Speaker Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-12
Speakerphone Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-22
Special Mounting Consideration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-l
Specifications, General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-12
Speed Dial
Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-22
System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.2-2,2-22,4-10
Square/Non-Square COnfIgUratiOn
. . . . . . . . . 2-22,4-36
Station
Button Mapping Record . . . . . . 4-94,4-95,4-96,4-97
Cable Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
l-1 2
Connections
......................
3-10
Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-22
Configuration Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-93
Default . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.44
Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
l-6
Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
l-6,1-7
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-10
Messaging, Station-To-Station . . . . . . . . . 2-16,2-22
Monitoring with DSS Call Pickup . . . . . . . . 2-22,4-g
Names . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-34
Numbering, Flexible . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-29
Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-13
Ports, Direct Department Calling . . . . . . . . . . .
4-51
Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-22
Reassignment, Station To Station Port
. . . . . . . 4-35
Relocation, Automatic . . . . . . . . . . .
2-3,3-l 0,4-5
Self Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
341
Speed Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2,2-22
Wall Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-l 8
Station-By-Station Privacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-22
Station Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-22
Miscetlaneous Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-22
Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-93
Station Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-l 0
Base Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-14,3-15,3-16,3-17
Expansion Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-33
Station Default . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Station Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
l-6
Station Disable. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-33
Station Images
Americom Telephones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l-8
DigiTach Telephones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l-6
Impact Telephones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l-7
Station lnstaflation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10
Station Message Detail Accounting (SMDA)
. . . . . . . 2-22
Printout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-72
Records Deleted By Attendant . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-73
Reporting Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-71
Numbers And Stations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-71
Reporting Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-111
Station Message Detail Recording
. . . . . . . . . . 24,2-22
Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-13
Printout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-73
Sation Monitoring Wti DSS Call Pickup . . . . . . . . . 2-22
Station Speed Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-22
Status Indicators And Tone Sequences . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
Subdued Off-Hook Voice Announce . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-23
Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-23
Disable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-32
Grows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-23,4-32
Subdued Ringing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-20,222
l-4
tMl66107
System
Alarm Report Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-35
Alarm Reports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-24,4-g, 4-35
Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
l-12
Checkout And Failure Isolation . . . . . . . . . . .
341
Clock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-10
Defauft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
44
Features, Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-1
Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
34
Operating Characteristics
5-l
Overview. . . . . . . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1: 1 1 1 1-l
Programming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.4-l, 4-5
Ringing Patterns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-7
Speed Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2,2-24,4-10,4-76
Status Indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
341
Toll Restriction Tables Assigned To Speed Dial Calls
4-76
System Configuration
Feature Inhibiting Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-91
Miscellaneous Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-5
Miscellaneous Features Records
: . . . . . 4-66
Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . : : : : . . . . . . 4-88
Timing Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-12
Timing Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-96
Tandem Attendant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-24,4-l 1
TAP (Flash/Recall) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-24
Technical Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-l
Technical Assistance And Repair Service . . . . . . . . . . 6-l
Telephone Features, Typical . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-2 - 54
Tenant Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-22,2-25
Terminations
.......................
l-13
Time, Pause . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-12
Timed Hold Recall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-13,2-23,4-13
Timing, Call Park Recall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-12
Ttming Features, System Configuration . . . . . . . . . . 4-12
Timing Records, System Configuration . . . . . . . . . . 4-96
Toll Restriction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-24
Toll Restriction, Default . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9,2-24
Toll Restriction, Flexible . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-24
Toll Restriction, Night Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-24
Toll Restriction Table Configuration . . . . . . . . . 4-74
Toll Restriction Table Configuration Records . . . .4-l 12
Toll Restriction Table Default . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 4
Toll Restriction Tables, Assign Entries . . . . . . . . 4-75
Toll RestrictionTables,
AssignedTo Lines . . . . . 4-75
Toll Restriction Tables, AssignedTo Stations . . . . 4-76
Toll Restriction Tables, Assigned
To System Speed Dial Calls . . . . . . . . . . 4-75
Publication Index
Tone Or Voice Signalling . . . . . . . . . . . 2-15,2-25,4-l 1
Tools And Hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-1
Transfer/Conference Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-23
Transfer On Busy, Voice Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-57
Transfer Recall Time, Unanswered Call . . . . . . . 2-13,4-13
Transfer
Screened Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-5
To Voice Mail, Automatic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-57
Unscreened Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-5
Transferring calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-23
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
342
Unanswered Call Transfer Recall Time . . . . . 2-5,2-23,4-13
Understanding The Manual Scope
. . . . . . . . . . . . . l-2
Unscreened Call Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-5
Unsupenifsed Conferencing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-6
User Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-2
Verified Account Code Length . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
446
Video Display Terminal
Programming Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-n
Programming Menu Descriptions
. . . . . . . . . . 4-62
Programming Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-76
Remote Programming Configuration . . . . . . . . . 4-76
Voice Announce Block Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
448
Voice Announce Blocking . . . . . . . . . . . 2-14,2-23,435
Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
440
Voice Mail
Line ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-25,4-57
Port. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-55
Support. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-25
Transfer On Busy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-24,4-57
Voltage Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
341
Wall Mounting, Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-18
Wkfng . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.2-17,6-l
Zone Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-19,2-25
Zone Page/All-Call Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
448
Zone Paging, And All Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-23