Vodavi WIT-300H Specifications

Vodavi WIT-300H Specifications
Vodavi
Starplus 616 Flex
Electronic Key System
General Description,
Installation and Maintenance
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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INTRODUCTION ...................................................................
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PURPOSE ........................................................................................................
REGULATORY INFORMATION (FCC) ............................................................
A. Telco Notification .................................................................................
B. Incidence of Harm ...............................................................................
C. Changes in Service ...............................................................................
D. Maintenance Limitations ......................................................................
E. Notice of Compliance.. .........................................................................
F. Hearing Aid Compatibility.. ...................................................................
G. UUCSA Safety Compliance.. ...............................................................
CANADIAN REGULATORY INFORMATION ...................................................
A. Maintenance Limitations .....................................................................
B. Notice of Compliance ............................................................................
C. Hearing Aid Compatibility.. ....................................................................
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ACCOUNT CODES.. .........................................................................................
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ALARM SIGNALING ..........................................................................................
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ALL CALL PAGING.. .........................................................................................
.200-z
ATTENDANT POSITION ...................................................................................
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ATTENDANT OVERFLOW ..............................................................................
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ATTENDANT RECALL .......................................................................................
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AUTOMATIC PRIVACY .. ..................................................................................
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AUTOMATIC SELECTION ................................................................................
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AUTOMATIC PAUSE INSERTION ...................................................................
.200-3
BACKGROUND MUSIC.. ..................................................................................
.200-3
BASIC KEY TELEPHONE COMPATIBILITY ...................................................
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BATTERY BACK-UP (MEMORY) ...................................................................
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BATTERY BACK-UP (SYSTEM) ......................................................................
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BUSY LAMP FIELD (BLF) ...............................................................................
..200- 4
CALLING STATION TONE MODE OPTION ...................................................
..200- 4
CALL ANNOUNCE . PRIVACY .......................................................................
..200- 4
CALL FORWARD-PRESET .............................................................................
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CALL FORWARD-STATION
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CALL PICKUP (GROUP) .................................................................................
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CALL TRANSFER ............................................................................................
..200- 4
CAMP ON (Call Waiting) ..................................................................................
..200- 4
CENTREX COMPATIBILITY ...........................................................................
..200- 4
CHAINING SPEED BINS ..........................................................
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CO LINE ACCESS ..............................................................
..~............................2005
CO LINE CONTROL (Contact) ..........................................................................
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CO LINE GROUPING ................. ..~...................................................................2005
CO LINE QUEUING .........................................................................................
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CONFERENCE ................................................................................................
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A. Add-On Conference ............................................................................
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B. Multi-Line .............................................................................................
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COMMON AUDIBLE RINGING (Loud Bell Control) ........................................
..200 -5
DATA BASE PRINTOUT (Dump) ....................................................................
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DEFAULT BUTTON MAPPING .......................................................................
..200- 5
DIAL PULSUDTMF SIGNALING .....................................................................
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DIAL PULSE TO TONE SWITCHOVER ...........................................................
DIRECT STATION SELECT ..............................................................................
DO NOT DISTURB ............................................................................................
EMERGENCY TRANSFER ..............................................................................
END TO END SIGNALING ................................................................................
EXECUTIVESECRETARY
TRANSFER ...........................................................
EXTERNAL PAGING .........................................................................................
FLASH ...............................................................................................................
FLASH ON INTERCOM ....................................................................................
FLASH with SPEED DIAL .................................................................................
FLEXIBLE STATtON NUMBERS ......................................................................
FLEXIBLE BUTTONS ........................................................................................
HEADSET COMPATIBILITY .............................................................................
HEARING AID COMPATIBLE ...........................................................................
HEADSET OPERATION ...................................................................................
HOLD PROVISIONS .........................................................................................
A. Hold - System.. .....................................................................................
B. Hold - Exclusive ....................................................................................
C. Hold Preference.. ..................................................................................
D. Hold Recall Timers.. .............................................................................
INTERCOM SIGNALING SELECT ....................................................................
INTERNAL ALL CALL PAGE ...........................................................................
INTERNAL ZONE PAGE ...................................................................................
LAST NUMBER REDIAL (LNR) ........................................................................
LCD INTERACTIVE DISPLAY (LCD) ................................................................
LOCP BUTTON CO LINE ACCESS .................................................................
LOUD BELL CONTROL (Contact) ....................................................................
MEET ME PAGE ..............................................................................................
MESSAGE WAITING ........................................................................................
MESSAGE WAITING REMINDER TONE.. ......................................................
MUSIC ON HOLD ..............................................................................................
MUTE ................................................................................................................
NIGHT SERVICE ...............................................................................................
OFF-HOOK SIGNALING ...................................................................................
ON-HOOK DIALING ..........................................................................................
ON LINE PROGRAMMING ...............................................................................
PAGING ACCESS RESTRICTION ..................................................................
PAUSE TIMER ..................................................................................................
PBWCENTREX TRANSFER .............................................................................
PBX DIALING CODES ......................................................................................
PHONE BOX .....................................................................................................
POOL BUTTON OPERATION ..........................................................................
PREFERRED LINE ANSWER ...........................................................................
PRIVATE LINE ..................................................................................................
REAL TIME CLOCK UNIT (RCU) ......................................................................
RESET (SOFT) FUNCTION ..............................................................................
RING TIME-OUT TIMER ...................................................................................
SLA COMPATIBILITY .......................................................................................
SPEAKERPHONE .............................................................................................
STATION CLASS OF SERVICE (COS) ............................................................
STATION MESSAGE DETAIL RECORDING (SMDR) .....................................
STATION SPEED DIAL .....................................................................................
SYSTEM SPEED DIAL ......................................................................................
TOLL RESTRICTION OVERRIDE ....................................................................
TOLL RESTRICTION (Table Driven) ................................................................
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TRANSFER RECALL.. ......................................................................................
UNIVERSAL NIGHT ANSWER (UNA). .............................................................
VOLUME CONTROLS.. ....................................................................................
WALL TELEPHONE.. ........................................................................................
WE OPERATION .......................................................
lNTRODUCTlON ...............................................................................................
KEY TELEPHONE STATION FEATURES .......................................................
PLACING AN OUTSIDE CALL (Automatic Line Selection) ..............................
ANSWERING AN OUTSIDE CALL.. .................................................................
SPEAKERPHONE (optional) ............................................................................
VOLUME CONTROLS.. ....................................................................................
MUTE BUTTON (optional) ................................................................................
BACKGROUND MUSIC (optional). ...................................................................
PLACING OUTSIDE LINE ON HOLD ...............................................................
ANSWERING A RECALL ...................................................................................
FLASH ...............................................................................................................
PBWCENTREX TRANSFER ............................................................................
CALL PICK-UP ..................................................................................................
CALLING TONE MODE OPTION .....................................................................
PLACING AN INTERCOM CALL .....................................................................
ANSWERING AN INTERCOM CALL ................................................................
CAMP ON .........................................................................................................
ANSWERING A CAMP ON.. .............................................................................
LEAVING A MESSAGE WAITING INDICATION.. ............................................
ANSWERING A MESSAGE WAITING INDICATION .......................................
CALL TRANSFER.. ............................................................................................
SCREENED TRANSFER.. .................................................................................
UNSCREENEDTRANSFER
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TRANSFERSEARCH
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ANSWERING A SCREENED TRANSFER .......................................................
EXECUTIVE/SECRETARY
TRANSFER ..........................................................
CONFERENCE COMBINATIONS ....................................................................
ESTABLISHING A CONFERENCE ..................................................................
EXITING A CONFERENCE (Controller only) ...................................................
RE-ENTERING A CONFERENCE.. ..................................................................
TERMINATING A CONFERENCE.. ..................................................................
ACTIVATING DO NOT DISTURB .....................................................................
REMOVING DO NOT DISTURB .......................................................................
QUEUING ..........................................................................................................
TO CANCEL A QUEUE ....................................................................................
ANSWERING A QUEUE.. .................................................................................
STORING STATION SPEED NUMBERS .........................................................
DIALING A SPEED NUMBER. ........................................................................
LAST NUMBER REDIAL. ..................................................................................
PAGING ........................................................................................
.:. .................
MEET ME PAGE ..............................................................................................
ANSWERING A MEET ME PAGE ....................................................................
CALL FORWARDING (Station) .........................................................................
TO REMOVE CALL FORWARDING ................................................................
ALARM .............................................................................................................
USING ACCOUNT CODES.. ............................................................................
FLEXIBLE BUTTON PROGRAMMING ............................................................
PHONE BOX SIGNALING.. ..............................................................................
UNIVERSAL NIGHT ANSWER (UNA). .............................................................
HEADSET MODE .............................................................................................
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NIGHT SERVICE ...............................................................................................
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SETTING SYSTEM TIME AND DATE ..............................................................
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STORING SYSTEM SPEED NUMBERS ..........................................................
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ATTENDANT ACTIVATION OF BACKGROUND MUSIC AT A PHONE BOX. 300-l 0
ATTENDANT OVERRIDE (Camp-on) ...............................................................
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FLEXIBLE STATION NUMBERS .....................................................................
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LCD DISPLAYS ................................................................................................
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SYSTEM CONl=lGUF?ATlON ...............................................
TECHNOLOGY .................................................................................................
SYSTEM CAPACITY .........................................................................................
SYSTEM COMPONENTS .................................................................................
A. 616 FLEX Basic KSU ..........................................................................
B. Basic Model Key Telephone ....... . .........................................................
C. Enhanced Model Key Telephone ........................................................
D. Executive Model Key Telephone .... ......................................................
E. Wall Mount Kit ......................................................................................
F. Phone Box ............................................................................................
G. Program Module ...................................................................................
H. Serial Interface Unit (SIU) .....................................................................
I. Real Time Clock Unit (RCU). ...............................................................
4. Single Line Station Adapter (SLA) ........................................................
K. Battery Back-up Unit (BBU). .................................................................
SYSTEM INSTALLATION
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INSTRUCTIONS
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SITE’PLANNING ...............................................................................................
UNPACKING THE 616 FLEX KSU ....................................................................
KSU GROUNDING ............................................................................................
KSU INSTALLATION.. .......................................................................................
KSU CABLING . .................................................................................................
LIGHTNING PROTECTION ..............................................................................
KEY TELEPHONE INSTALLATION.. ...............................................................
WALL MOUNT KIT INSTALLATION .................................................................
PHONE BOX INSTALLATION ...........................................................................
EXTERNAL MUSIC SOURCE ...........................................................................
ALARM INSTALLATION ....................................................................................
BATTERY BACK-UP .........................................................................................
BATTERY BACK UP UNIT (BBU) .....................................................................
A. Introduction .. ._.......................................................................................
B. Description ............................................................................................
C. Installation ............................................................................................
D. General Information ..............................................................................
E. Maintenance .........................................................................................
F. Troubleshooting ....................................................................................
EXTERNAL PAGING.. ............. .... ......................................................................
LOUD BELL CONTROUCO LINE CONTROL.. ................................................
EMERGENCY TRANSFER ...............................................................................
HEADSET INSTALLATION.. .............................................................................
REAL TIME CLOCK UNIT (RCU) INSTALLATION.. .........................................
SERIAL INTERFACE UNIT (SIU) MODULE INSTALLATION ..........................
PRINTER INSTALLATION ................................................................................
A. Station Message Detail Recording .......................................................
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SINGLE LfNE STATION ADAPTER (SLA) .......................................................
A. Site Planning and Unpacking ..............................................................
B. Option Strap .........................................................................................
6. Wall Mounting the SLA ........................................................................
D. Wiring ..................................................................................................
E. SLA Programming ................. ..-.............................................................500POWER-UP AND INSTALLATION CHECKLIST .............................................
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CUSTOMER DATA BASE PROGRAMMING
..600- 1
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INTRODUCTION ..............................................................................................
CUSTOMER DATA WORKSHEETS ...............................................................
DATA BASE FIELDS .......................................................................................
PROGRAM MODE ENTRY ............................................................................
INITIALIZATION ...............................................................................................
RESET FUNCTION.. .........................................................................................
STATION CONFIGURATION
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CLASS OF SERVICE .....................................................................
FEATURES 1 ..................................................................................
FEATURES 2 ..................................................................................
STATION NUMBERS .....................................................................
BUTTONS ......................................................................................
PAGE GROUPS ..............................................................................
PICKUP GROUPS ...........................................................................
ID ....................................................................................................
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CO LINE CONFIGURATION
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CO LINE GROUPS ..........................................................................................
CO LINE SETTINGS ........................................................................................
CO LINE RINGING ..........................................................................................
FLASH TIMER ...................................................................................................
CO RING DETECT ..........................................................................................
DIAL PULSE ....................................................................................................
RING TIME-OUT TIMER ..................................................................................
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
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SYSTEM FEATURES ......................................................................................
TIMERS ............................................................................................................
A. Exclusive Hold Recall ..........................................................................
B. System Hold Recall .............................................................................
C. Transfer Recall ....................................................................................
D. Message Wait Reminder Tone ............................................................
E. Pause Timer ..........................................................................................
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ASSIGNMENTS ..................................................
LOUD BELVCO LINE CONTROL. ..................................................................
PBX DIALING CODES.. ....................................................................................
ATTENDANT POSITION ..................................................................................
PRESET FORWARD RING TIMER ...................................................................
PRESET CALL FORWARD. ...........................................................................
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CONFERENCE TIMER ....................................................................................
STATION MESSAGE DETAILED RECORDING (SMDR). ...............................
A. SMDR All Call/Long Distance .............................................................
B. SMDR Baud Rate.. ..............................................................................
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C. SMDR Print Format ..............................................................................
DATA BASE PRINTOUT.. .................................................................................
SYSTEM TIME & DATE FORMAT ....................................................................
TOLL RESTRICTION TABLES .........................................................................
STATION SPEED DIAL .....................................................................................
PULSE-TO-TONE SWITCHOVER.. ..................................................................
FLASH WITH SPEED DIAL.. .............................................................................
NUMBERING PLAN ..........................................................................................
NIGHT SERVICE.. .............................................................................................
SYSTEM SPEED DIAL.. ....................................................................................
SETTING SYSTEM TIME & DATE ...................................................................
PHONE BOX PROGRAMMING ........................................................................
SINGLE LINE STATION ADAPTER (SLA) PROGRAMMING ..........................
A. Preferred Line Answer (PLA). ...............................................................
B. CO Ringing ...........................................................................................
C. Receiving an Audible Message Waiting Signal ....................................
D. Programming Flexible Buttons .............................................................
DEFAULT DATA BASE CODES .......................................................................
A. Default Station Data .............................................................................
B. Default CO Line Data ...........................................................................
C. Default System Data .............................................................................
D. Default FLEX Button Data ....................................................................
E. Default Toll Table Data .........................................................................
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CHECKOUT PROCEDURES
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FUNCTIONAL TEST PROCEDURES ...............................................................
PRELIMINARY CHECKLIST .............................................................................
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GENERAL INFORMATION ...............................................................................
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE .........................................................................
TEST EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS ....................................................................
SPARE PARTS .................................................................................................
FIELD SERVICE ENGINEERING ....................................................................
FAULT CLASSIFICATION ...............................................................................
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SYSTEM FAILURES .........................................................................................
POWER FAILURES .........................................................................................
KEY TELEPHONE FAILURES ..........................................................................
CO/PBX LINE FAILURES ................................................................................
FEATURE OPERATION FAILURES ................................................................
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DATA BASE PROGRAMMING
APPENDIX B
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300.1 - [email protected] Executive Telephone ........................................................................
400.1 - [email protected] Apparatus ...............................................................................
400.2 - [email protected] 616 FLEX System.. ...........................................................................
400.3 - Key Service Unit - Left Side.. ...............................................................................
400.4 - Key Service Unit - Right Side ..............................................................................
500.1 - KSU Mounting Dimensions.. ................................................................................
500.2 - RS232C Connections ..........................................................................................
500.3 - Wall Mounting the Key Telephone.. .....................................................................
500.4 - Processor or Power Failure Transfer.. .................................................................
500.5 - External Connections ..........................................................................................
500.6 - Battery Backup Unit (BBU) Installation.. ..............................................................
500.7 - RCU & SIU Installation ........................................................................................
500.8 - Key Telephone Wiring.. ........................................................................................
500.9 - SLA Mounting Dimensions ..................................................................................
500.10 - Typical SLA Layout.. ..........................................................................................
500.11 - SLA Strap Options .............................................................................................
500.12 - SLA Cross-Connect Wiring ................................................................................
600.1 - 616 FLEX Default Button Mapping ......................................................................
630.1 - Toll Restriction Flowchart ....................................................................................
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LIST OF TABLES
Table 200.1 [email protected] Feature index ........................................................................................
Table 300.1 [email protected] Numbering Plan ...................................................................................
Table 310.1 Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) ...................................................................................
Table 400.1 System Capacity .....................................................................................................
Table 400.2 Electrical Specifications ............................................................................................
Table 400.3 Environmental Specifications ..................................................................................
Table 400.4 Loop Limits ...............................................................................................................
Table 400.5 Dialing Specifications ...............................................................................................
Table 400.6 FCC Registration Numbers ......................................................................................
Table 400.7 Dimensions and Weight ...........................................................................................
Table 400.8 Miscellaneous Specifications ...................................................................................
Table 400.9 Key Telephone Audible Signals ...............................................................................
Table 400.10 Visual Signals - DSS/BLF Buttons .......................................................................
Table 400.11 Visual Signals - CO Line Buttons ...........................................................................
Table 400.12 Visual Signals - Function Buttons ..........................................................................
Table 500.1 Battery Charge Time.. ..............................................................................................
Table 500.2 SMDR Printout .........................................................................................................
Table 500.3 J-l Connecting Block Layout ...................................................................................
Table 500.4 J-2 Connecting Block Layout ...................................................................................
Table 600.1 - Data Fields and Default Values ............................................................................
Table 630.1 Applicable SLA Program Codes ..............................................................................
Table 700.1 - Key Station Testing ................................................................................................
Table 700.2 - Intercom Station Testing ........................................................................................
Table 700.3 - CO Line Functions Test .........................................................................................
Appendix A-l Station Programming Chart ...................................................................................
Appendix A-2 Flexible Button Programming Chart (08) ...............................................................
Appendix A-3 CO Line Programming Chart .................................................................................
Appendix A-4 System Programming Chart ..................................................................................
Appendix A-5 System Speed Dial Chart ......................................................................................
Appendix A-6 Exception Tables Programming Chart. ..................................................................
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DATE
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SYSTEM
SECTION 100
INTRODUCTION
PURPOSE
100.1
This manual provides the information necessary to
program, install, operate and maintain the Starplus
616 FLEX Key Telephone System.
100.2
REGULATORY INFORMATION (FCC)
The Federal Communications
Commission (FCC)
has established rules which allow the direct connection of the Starplus 616 FLEX Key Telephone System to the telephone network. Certain actions must
be undertaken or understood before the connection
of customer provided equipment is completed.
A. Telco Notification
D.
written notice to the user to allow uninterrupted service.
Maintenance
Limitations
E.
Maintenance on the Starplus 616 FLEX Key
Telephone System is to be performed only by
the manufacturer or its authorized agent. The
user may not make any changes and/or repairs except as specifically noted in this manual. If unauthorized alterations or repairs are
performed, any remaining warranty may be
voided.
Notice of Compliance
The Starplus 616 FLEX Key Telephone System complies with rules regarding radiation
and radio frequency emission by Class A
computing devices. In accordance with FCC
Standard 15 (Subpart J) the following information must be supplied to the end user:
Before connecting the Starplus 616 FLEX
Key Telephone System to the telephone network, the local serving telephone company
must be given advance notice of intention to
use customer provided equipment (CPE) and
provided with the following information:
The telephone
the system.
numbers to be connected to
i
B.
The FCC Registration Number located on
the Key Service Unit (KSU):
DLP82V-60903-MF-E
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If no key telephones are programmed to
have a pooled group button, use the following
FCC Registration Number:
D LP82V-72088-KF-E
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The Ringer Equivalence Number also located on the Key Service Unit (KSU): 0.48
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The USOC jack required for direct interconnection with the telephone network: RJl 1 C
Incidence of Harm
C.
If the telephone company determines that the
customer provided equipment (CPE) is faulty
and possibly causing harm or interruption to
the telephone network, it should be disconnected until repair can be effected. If this is
not done, the telephone company may temporarily disconnect service.
Changes in Service
[WARNlNGI
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The local telephone company may make
changes in its communications facilities or
procedures. If these changes should affect
the use of the Starplus 616 FLEX Key Telephone System or compatibility with the network, the telephone company must give
‘This equipment generates and uses RF.
energy, and if not installed and used in
accordance with the Instruction Manual, it
may cause interference to radio communications. It has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class A computing device, pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15
of the FCC Rules, which are designed to
provide reasonable protection against such
interference, when operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
interference, in which case the user, at his
own expense, will be required to take whatever measures may be required to correct
the interference.”
F.
Hearing
Aid Compatibility
G.
The Starplus 616 FLEX Key Telephone System is Hearing Aid Compatible, as defined in
Section 68.316 of Part 68 FCC Rules.
UUCSA Safety Compliance
The Starplus 616 FLEX Key Telephone System has met safety requirements and was
found to be in compliance with the United
Laboratories (UL) 1459 Second Edition and
Canadian Standards Association (CSA).
The Starplus 616 FLEX Key Telephone Systern is authorized to bear the UL and CSA
marks.
CANADIAN REGULATORY INFORMATION
Department of Communications (DOC)
100.3
Certification
Number: 676 1856 A
Load Number: 19
Ancilliary Equipment
Number: CA21
A.
Canadian Standards Association
File Number: LR57228
Maintenance
Limitations
(CSA)
6.
Maintenance on the Starplus 616 FLEX Key
Telephone System is to be performed only by
the manufacturer or its authorized agent.
The user may not make any changes and/or
repairs except as specifically noted in this
manual. If unauthorized alterations or repairs
are performed, any remaining warranty may
be voided.
Notice of Compliance
C.
The Starplus 616 FLEX Key Telephone System complies with rules regarding radiation
and radio frequency emission by Class A
computing devices.The Starplus 616 FLEX
Key Telephone system does not exceed
the Class A limits for radio noise emissions
as set out in the radio interference regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Hearing Aid Compatibility
The Starplus 616 FLEX Key Telephone System is Hearing Aid compatible as defined in
Section 68.316 of Part 68 FCC Rules.
The Canadian Department of Communications (DOC) label identifies certified equipment.
This certification means that the
equipment meets certain telecommunications network protective, operational and
safety requirements. The Department does
not guarantee the equipment will operate to
the user’s satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment,
users
should ensure that it is permissible to be
connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company.
The equipment must also be installed using
an acceptable method of connection.
In
some cases, the company’s inside wiring
associated with single line individual service
may be extended by means of a certified
connector assembly (telephone extension
cord). The customer should be aware that
compliance with the above condition may
not prevent degradation of service in some
situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be
made by an authorized Canadian maintenance facility designated by the supplier.
Any repairs or alterations made by the user
to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications
company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection
that the electrical ground connections of the
power utility, telecommunications
lines and
internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together. This precaution may be particularly important in rural
areas.
Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the
appropriate electric inspection authority, or
electrician, as appropriate.
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FEATURE DESCRIPTION
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FEATURE
Account Codes .............................................
Alarm Signaling.. ...........................................
All Call Paging ..............................................
Attendant Overflow .......................................
Attendant Position.. .......................................
Attendant Recall ...........................................
Automatic Pause Insertion.. ..........................
Automatic Privacy.. .......................................
Automatic Selection.. ....................................
Background Music ........................................
Basic Key Telephone Compatibility ..............
Battery Back-up (Memory). ...........................
Battery Back-up (System). ............................
Busy Lamp Field (BLF) .................................
Call Announce - Privacy ...............................
Call Forward-Preset.. ....................................
Call Forward-Station.. ...................................
Call Pickup (Group) ......................................
Call Transfer.. ...............................................
Calling Station Tone Mode Option.. ..............
Camp On (Call Waiting). ...............................
Centrex Compatibility.. ..................................
Chaining Speed Bins ....................................
CO Line Access.. ..........................................
CO Line Control (Contact) ............................
CO Line Grouping.. .......................................
CO Line Queuing ..........................................
Common Audible Ringing.. ...........................
Conference
A. Add-On Conference .............................
B. Multi-Line Conference ..........................
Data Base Printout.. ......................................
Default Button Mapping ................................
Dial Pulse to Tone Switchover.. ....................
Dial Pulse/DTMF Signaling.. .........................
Direct Station Select .....................................
Do Not Disturb ..............................................
Emergency Transfer.. ...................................
End To End Signaling.. .................................
Executive/Secretary Transfer .......................
External Paging ............................................
Flash .............................................................
Flash On Intercom ........................................
Flash with Speed Dial.. .................................
Flexible Buttons.. ..........................................
Flexible Station Numbers ..............................
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Headset Compatibility ..................................
.200-6
Headset Operation .......................................
.200-6
.200-6
Hearing Aid Compatible ...............................
Hold Provisions
A. Hold - System ......................................
.200-7
B. Hold - Exclusive.. .................................
.200-7
C. Hold Preference ..................................
..200- 7
D. Hold Recall Timers ..............................
.200-7
Intercom Signaling Select ............................ .200-7
Internal All Call Page.. ..................................
.200-7
.200-7
Internal Zone Page.. .....................................
Last Number Redial (LNR). .......................... .200-7
LCD Interactive Display.. ..............................
.200-7
Loop Button CO Line Access.. ..................... .200-7
Loud Bell Control (Contact). ......................... .200-7
Meet Me Page.. ............................................
.200-8
Message Waiting.. ........................................
.200-8
Message Waiting Reminder Tone.. .............. .200-8
Music On Hold.. ............................................
.200-8
Mute .............................................................
.200-8
Night Service.. ..............................................
.200-8
.200-8
Off-Hook Signaling .......................................
On Line Programming ........... ........................ .200-8
On-Hook Dialing ...........................................
.200-8
Paging Access Restriction ........................... .200-8
Pause Timer.. ...............................................
.200-8
.200-8
PBX Dialing Codes.. .....................................
PBXICentrex Transfer.. ................................
.200-8
Phone Box.. ..................................................
.200-8
.200-g
Pool Button Operation.. ................................
Preferred Line Answer ................................
..200- 9
Private Line ..................................................
.200-g
Real Time Clock Unit ....................................
200-g
Reset (Soft) Function ...................................
.200-g
Ring Time-Out Timer .....................................
200-9
SLA Compatibility.. .......................................
.200-g
Speakerphone ..............................................
.200-g
Station Class of Service (COS). ................... .200-g
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR). .200-g
Station Speed Dial .......................................
.200-g
.200-l 0
System Speed Dial.. ....................................
Toll Restriction (Table Driven). .................... .200-l 0
Toll Restriction Override.. ............................ .200-i 0
.200-l 0
Transfer Recall.. ..........................................
Universal Night Answer.. ............................. .200-l 0
Volume Controls.. ........................................
.200-l 0
Wall Telephone ..........................................
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ACCOUNT CODES
200.1
An account code is the last field within Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR), that provides the
ability to track specific calls by entering a non-verified, variable length (up to 8digits) identifier. Account
codes can be entered by the user during a call and
can be used with SMDR information for billback
purposes.
200.2
ALARM SIGNALING
The system can recognize either an open or closed
loop from an external relay and transmit an alarm
signal. This signal can be sent to all programmed
stations with either a single or repeated tone. The
type of alarm tone is selected in system programming.
This feature can be used as an entry door alarm. In
addition, the Alarm Reset code can be programmed
onto a Flex button which will flash during alarm
signaling.
200.3
ALL CALL PAGING
Stations allowed to make pages may make voice
paging announcements
‘to all idle stations, phone
boxes and external paging ports at the same time.
200.4
ATTENDANT POSITION
Any key telephone station may be assigned as the
system attendant. The assigned attendant will receive unattended line recalls and will initiate NIGHT
SERVICE.
200.5
ATTENDANT OVERFLOW
System programming allows the attendant station to
be programmed so that if the attendant is busy or not
there, the call will be automatically forwarded to
another predetermined station after a programmed
period of time.(Refer to Call Forward-Preset)
200.6
ATTENDANT RECALL
A CO line placed on hold or transferred will initiate
the recall timer if the associated timer has been
enabled in programming. When the timer expires,
the CO line will ring the station that placed it on hold.
lf not answered, the timer continues and upon expiration again, the attendant station will ring. If still not
answered and the timer cycles again, then all telephones programmed with direct access of that CO
line will ring and flash the CO line LED at the recall
rate. If still unanswered and the recall timer expires
again, the CO line will be dropped.
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200.7
AUTOMATIC PRIVACY
Privacy is automatically provided on all calls. The
system may be programmed to eliminate privacy,
allowing another station to join in on existing CO
(outside) line conversations.
200.8
AUTOMATIC SELECTION
The user can select an outside line, intercom station
or speed dial button or dial a feature & automatically
place the phone in the dialing mode without pressing
the ON/OFF button or lifting the handset.
The system may be programmed optionally to require the user to lift the handset or press the ON/OFF
button before accessing outside CO Lines.
AUTOMATIC PAUSE INSERTION
200.9
If a flash is programmed into system and station
speed dial numbers, and last number redial numbers, a pause will automatically be inserted after the
flash. A pause will also be automatically inserted
after a PBX dialing code has been used & after a
pulse to tone switchover is programmed into speed
dial numbers.
200.10
BACKGROUND
MUSIC
Key telephone & phone box users may receive music over their speaker when an optional music source
has been connected to the system. The music can
be turned on or off and the volume adjusted at each
individual telephone or phone box. The maximum
loudness level can be adjusted on the KSU.
Phone boxes that are denied DND in data base
programming,
can receive music through their
speaker or the Attendant can activate BGM at any
phone box by dialing a code.
This feature can be allowed or denied on a per
station basis by programming.
Background Music enable code can be programmed
onto a Flex button. When BGM is enabled, Flex
button LED will light.
200.1 I
BASIC KEY TELEPHONE COMPATIBILITY
The Starplus Basic Electronic telephone will operate
on the 616 FLEX system. The Basic key set contains
six (6) Flexible buttons, eight (8) “fixed” feature buttons, a 12 key DTMF dial pad and an “HTP” switch.
The Basic set provides on-hook dialing and Call
Announce on intercom.
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The Basic key telephone operates in a similar manner as the Executive and Enhanced key telephones,
with the exception of the speakerphone, and Handsfree reply on intercom options. The Basic key set
operates the same for incoming intercom calls when
in the “H” position as if it were in the “P” position (Call
Announce).
200.12
BATTERY BACK-UP (MEMORY)
A long life lithium battery is provided inside the KSU
to prevent loss of system programming in the event
of a power outage or the system power being turned
off. Features such as System and Station Speed dial
numbers are also retained during power outages.
200.13
BAlTERY BACK-UP (SYSTEM)
An optional Battery Charging System and Batteries
(BBU) & cabling can be connected to the KSU to
maintain complete system operation in the event of
an AC power failure. Calls in progress will continue
without interruption when commercial power fails.
200.14
BUSY LAMP FIELD (BLF)
Buttons programmed as station buttons on a telephone also serve as a Busy Lamp Field to display
the status of other telephones within the system.
200.15
CALLING STATION TONE MODE OPTION
This feature will provide an easy means for a calling
station to override a desired stations “H” (handsfree)
or “P” (call announce) intercom switch setting. A dial
code has been added that is dialed in front of the
extension number to force the tone ringing. Automated Attendants can utilize the Calling Station
Tone Mode option. This is useful when using supervised transfer or call screening options requiring
ringback tone for proper call handling.
200.16
CALL ANNOUNCE - PRIVACY
Each telephone user can select the way that calls to
their phone are voice announced.
By selecting the
“P” position on the intercom signal switch, the user
can receive voice announced intercom calls without
the calling party hearing conversations in progress.
By selecting the “H” position, the user can reply
handsfree to voice announced intercom calls. Basic
model telephones cannot use the handsfree (H)
mode.
200.17
CALL FORWARD-PRESET
System programming allows incoming outside lines,
that are programmed to ring a particular station, to
be forwarded to another predetermined station after
a programmed period of time. This occurs when the
station normally receiving the outside ring is busy or
does not answer the call. Preset forward can be
200-4
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chained an unlimited number of times. Each station
in the system can have a preset forward station.
200.16
CALL FORWARD-STATION
Each key telephone user may direct intercom calls,
transferred outside lines and incoming outside lines
to be forwarded to another station in the system. A
forwarded call will signal in the TONE mode regardless of the way the intercom signaling switch was
set. A station with calls forwarded to it can forward
its calls to another station: a call will forward in this
manner an unlimited number of times; however the
last station in a chain cannot use DND.
200.19
CALL PICKUP (GROUP)
Stations can be placed in one, both or neither of 2
pickup groups. Stations within the same group can
pick up tone ringing intercom calls, recalling or transferred CO line calls for another station, and message
wait call backs by dialing the pickup code.
200.20
CALL TRANSFER
An outside line can be transferred from one keyset
to another. By pressing the STATION button of the
desired party, or pressing the TRANSOUE button
and then dialing that 2 digit station number, unscreened
or screened
transfers
with an announcement
can be made.
The line being
transferred rings on the keyset and gives a flash
indication to the receiving party’s keyset. Several
attempts can be made to find someone at different
keysets without losing the call. If a line is transferred
to a busy station, that station will receive muted
ringing.
200.21
CAMP ON (Call Waiting)
A busy station may be alerted that an outside line is
on hold and waiting for them by pressing the
MSG/CP.ON button. The called station will receive
two muted rings, and a flashing CP.ON button if the
camp-on initiator is waiting to announce the transfer.
The busy party can press the MSG/CP.ON button.
This will automatically place on hold any outside line
he’s currently using and allow him to converse with
the camp-on initiator.
200.22
CENTREX COMPATIBILITY
The 616 FLEX system provides features that are
Centrex compatable, such as Flash in Speed Dial,
the ability to program “*I’ and ‘I##”digits into Speed
dial numbers and other general features that help to
enhance a Centrex environment. The 616 FLEX is
compatable with Centrex Lines (1 ML).
200.23
CHAINING SPEED BINS
Speed dial bins may be chained together by simply
pressing one speed bin, then another and another
as required.
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This is helpful for accessing Long Distant carriers or
banking services when Account Codes may be required.
CO LINE ACCESS
Each telephone can be programmed to be allowed
or denied an appearance to individual outside lines
or a pool of outside lines. Telephones denied this
appearance can have that line transferred to them
by another station and the call will appear on the loop
button.
Any station may be programmed to ring for any
combination of lines during the day and different
stations can be programmed to ring on those lines
at night.
200.24
200.25
CO LINE CONTROL (Contact)
The 616 FLEX system will allow programming of the
one (1) control contact to be assigned as either a CO
Line Control contact (to control ancillary equipment)
or as a Loud Bell Control contact to control a customer provided ringing device to external areas.
When programmed
as CO Line Control and assigned to a CO line, the corresponding contact will
close whenever that CO line is accessed by a station.
200.26
CO LINE GROUPING
CO (outside) lines can bein one of up to 8 groups to
separate line types such as local, PBX, Centrex, FX,
etc. Stations are then individually assigned access
to these lines via either a pooled group key or by a
direct line key.
200.27
CO LINE QUEUING
When all outside (CO) lines in a group are busy,
stations can be placed on a list awaiting that line to
become available. Users are signaled when a line
becomes available.
If the waiting station is busy
when the queued CO line becomes available, the
station is placed at the bottom of the queue list. if a
station doesn’t answer a queue callback within 15
seconds it will be dropped from the queue list.
200.28
A.
CONFERENCE
Add-On
Conference
Two internal stations can engage in conference with 1 external party or 3 internal parties
can set up a conference. There is no limit to
the number of add-on conferences, except for
the total number of CO lines connected to the
system.
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B.
Multi-Line
One internal station can engage in a conference with 2 external parties. The internal station may place the conference on HOLD by
pressing the HOLD button. The two external
parties can be placed in an unsupervised conference by the initiator pressing the CONF
button.
200.29
COMMON AUDIBLE RINGING (Loud
Bell Control)
Incoming CO line ringing can be directed to relay
controlled contacts. There is 1 set of dry contacts
that can be assigned to stations as Loud Bell Control
or to CO lines for CO Line Control.
An external power source and ringing device or other
ancillary is required.
DATA BASE PRINTOUT (Dump)
200.30
Through a system programming command, either
portions of or a complete data base dump can be
printed using the RS-232C connector on the 616
FLEX KSU. This feature requires the Serial Interface
Unit (SIU) be installed in the KSU.
200.31
DEFAULT BUTTON MAPPING
The 616 FLEX allows 22 buttons to be flexibly assigned to CO/PBX lines, DSS buttons, Speed Dial,
or Feature buttons. However, the system will power
up with default button mapping with 16 DSS/BLF
buttons and 6 CO Lines.
200.32
DIAL PULSEIDTMF SIGNALING
Each outside line can be individually programmed
provide dial pulse or DTMF tone sending.
to
200.33
DIAL PULSE TO TONE SWITCHOVER
The signaling on an outside line can be changed
from dial pulse to tone (DTMF). This allows lines set
for pulse signaling to use common carriers which
require DTMF signaling. This feature can be stored
and used with speed dial numbers.
200.34
DIRECT STATION SELECT
The user with a flexible button assigned as a DSS
button on his key telephone can call an intercom
station by simply pressing the appropriate DSS button. The called station is automatically signaled.
200.35
DO NOT DISTURB
Placing a key telephone in DND will eliminate incoming CO line ringing, intercom calls, CO line transfers,
All Call Page announcements
and Camp-Ons.
Pressing the DND button twice while the telephone
is ringing will eliminate that ringing. The secretary in
an EXECUTIVE/SECRETARY
pair can override the
Executive DND by using the Camp-On feature. A
c)nn c
station in DND can still use the telephone to make
normal outgoing calls. A station can be denied this
feature through programming.
200.36
EMERGENCY TRANSFER
In the event of commercial power failure or central
processor failure, the system will automatically connect the first 3 outside lines to single line telephones
which have been installed for that purpose.
200.37
END TO END SIGNALING
This feature indicates the capability of the system to
accept DTMF tones from stations, send them
through the public network and have them received
at the distant end for computer access, a variety of
control functions or inward call completion at a distant switching system.
200.38
EXECUTIVE/SECRETARY
TRANSFER
Four pairs of key telephones can be designated as
executive/secretary pairs. Whenever the executive
phone is in DND or busy, transferred CO lines and
intercom calls will be directed to the secretary station. If the secretary station is busy, busy tone will
be received by the calling party. There are 3 combinations possible:
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4 Executive/Secretary pairs
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1 Executive with 1-4 secretaries
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1 Secretary for l-4 Executives
The secretary station can signal the Executive in
DND by using the Camp On feature.
200.39
EXTERNAL PAGING
Any station that is allowed access to paging can
make voice paging announcements to the external
paging port by either dial code or direct button access.
The external page port can be connected to a two
way paging system.
200.40
FLASH
The Flash button is used to re-establish dial tone or
to transfer a PBXICentrex call. Flash can be programmed in speed dial for PBXlCentrex feature
operation. The Flash duration is programmed on a
per CO line basis.
200.41
FLASH ON INTERCOM
This feature allows station users to utilize the Flash
button to terminate pages and intercom calls. While
connected to a page zone or another internal station,
pressing the Flash button will terminate the call and
return intercom dial tone.
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FLASH with SPEED DIAL
A flash can be programmed within a speed dial
number. When this is done, a pause will automatically be inserted before the remaining speed digits
are sent. This provides compatibility with PBX and
Centrex environments.
200.43
FLEXIBLE STATION NUMBERS
The intercom number assigned to a station can be
changed without moving the telephone.
However
station circuit 01 always remains the programming
station.The ability to move or “SWAP” station intercom numbers is performed in programming by the
programming station or by use of a dial code at the
Attendant station.
200.44
FLEXIBLE BUTTONS
On the Enhanced/Executive
phones there are 6
fixed feature buttons and 22 flexible buttons. The
Basic telephone has 6 fixed feature buttons and 6
flexible buttons. The flexible buttons can be programmed in one of the following ways:
Outside line - automatically access assigned
line
Multi Function Key - the station user may
program
his/her
own phone to have
QSS/BLF, speed dial bin, page key, mute
button, or other features.
Pool Key - some or all outside lines can be
grouped; pressing this button gives access
the highest numbered unused CO line in that
group; outgoing dialing only.
Loop - used to answer transferred call on a
line for which a station user does not have a
button programmed on his phone.
200.45
HEADSET COMPATIBILITY
The key telephones are designed to allow the connection of a modular headset. The user connects the
modular headset to the handset jack on the telephone leaving the handset in place. The ON/OFF
button is then used to activate the headset.
200.46
HEARING AID COMPATIBLE
All key telephones are hearing aid compatible in
compliance with the FCC Part 68, Section 68.316.
This allows the telephone to be used in conjunction
with users wearing hearing aids.
200.47
HEADSET OPERATION
Each Electronic key telephone can be individually
programmed
for Headset operation. When programmed, an industry standard Headset with its’
adapter box may be connected to a key telephone
for headset use. This allows handset or headset
operation by switching the selector switch on the
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adapter box. Speakerphone operation is disabled
while a station has enabled headset operation.
This feature can be programmed onto a flexible
button to indicate and also change the desired mode
of operation.
200.48
HOLD PROVISIONS
The following hold conditions are available in the 616
FLEX system:
A. Hold - System
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Any call can be placed on hold and retrieved
by any station with access to that line.
Hold - Exclusive
C.
Any call can be placed on hold and retrieved
only by the initiating station.
Hold Preference
D.
The system can be programmed to have
either system hold or exclusive hold assigned
as the hold preference.
Hold Recall Timers
Calls placed on hold are capable of being
timed to recall. The exclusive and system
hold recall timers are separately programmed.
200.49
INTERCOM SIGNALING SELECT
The key telephone user can select the method of
receiving intercom calls at their station. A slide
switch located on the telephone is used to select the
mode. The choices are:
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Tone Ringing (T). A standard tone ring notifies the party of an incoming call. The called
station answers by lifting the handset.(Center switch position)
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Privacy (P). The station user receives a tone
burst and a voice announcement
over the
speaker. The microphone is deactivated,
providing privacy. The person who is called
must lift the handset to get the call or switch
the selector to handsfree. (Lower switch position)
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Handsfree (H). The station user, upon hearing a tone burst & voice announcement over
the speaker, can reply handsfree (“H” position). (Upper switch position)
(Basic model key telephonesdo not have this feature
and will operate as if the switch were in the “P”
position.)
200.50
INTERNAL ALL CALL PAGE
Stations programmed
to make pages can make
voice announcements to idle stations in both internal
zones at the same time. A flexible button can be
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station user.
by the
200.51
INTERNAL ZONE PAGE
Stations programmed to make pages can make
voice announcements
to idle stations in either one
of the 2 internal zones separately. A flexible button
can be programmed for one button page operation
by the station user.
200.52
LAST NUMBER REDIAL (LNR)
This feature permits the automatic redialing of the
last number dialed on an outside line including a
number in speed dial. This feature can be used on
the same line as originally dialed, on a line within the
same group, or on a different line.
200.53
LCD INTERACTIVE DISPLAY (LCD)
The 616 FLEX system supports key telephones that
are equipped with a liquid crystal display (LCD)
which provides the user with a visual indication of
call status. The display is a two-line, forty eight
character format. The display is arranged into an
upper and lower field. The upper field (24 characters)
displays the current activity on the telephone. The
lower field (24 characters) is divided into 2 sections
(12 characters each), and provides information according to call activity.
200.54
LOOP BUTTON CO LINE ACCESS
A station not having a direct appearance for a CO
line transferred to it will receive that CO line under
the Loop button. Only one call at a time can be
connected to a keyset on the Loop button. If more
than one Loop button is programmed on a keyset,
the Loop buttons may be conferenced together. If all
programmed Loop buttons on a keyset are busy or
have a CO call on hold, the party attempting to
transfer a CO line to that station will receive busy
tone and cannot transfer the call to that station. If a
transfer is attempted, the CO line will recall the
initiator immediately and the transfer recall timer will
start.
When multiple loop buttons appear on a key telephone and multiple CO lines are transferred to that
station, the first CO line connects to the highest
number flexible button assigned as a Loop button.
CO line connection is made from highest to lowest
assignment.
200.55
LOUD BELL CONTROL (Contact)
One (1) control contact can be assigned to a station
for the purposes of providing External Ringing
known as Loud Bell Control. The contact will operate
in cadence with the intercom tone ringing or CO
ringing of the assigned station. This control contact
may be optionally assigned as CO Line Control.
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MEET ME PAGE
Users may answer a page call by going to the
nearest telephone, dialing a code and be connected
to the calling party. A flexible button can be programmed for one button answer by a station user to
a meet me page.
200.57
MESSAGE WAlTlNG
A station user who calls another station and receives
ringing, busy tone or DND tone and no answer can
activate a “message waiting” lamp at that station to
indicate this call. The station user who missed the
call can then press his MSG/CP.ON flashing button
and ring the party leaving the message. Up to 5
messages may be left at each phone. A station with
a message waiting can be reminded at a timed
interval with a tone.
200.58
MESSAGE WAITING REMINDER
TONE
A station with a message waiting can be reminded
at a timed interval with a tone. The tone will periodically repeat until all messages have been answered.
200.59
MUSIC ON HOLD
An optional music source can be connected directly
to the system to provide all calls on hold with music.
The same source provides background music.
200.60
MUTE
A flexible button can be programmed to operate as
a mute key. During handsfree speakerphone operation, the key telephone microphone can be disabled
for stations requiring privacy of transmission or in
areas where there are high ambient noise levels.
200.61
NIGHT SERVICE
The attendant places the system in night service by
pressing her DND button.*
This allows specific
phones to ring at night that may or may not ring
during the day. A dial code is provided for Universal
Night Answer; a direct CO line button appearance or
a loop key is required for this feature.
’ The attendant does not have the DND feature.
200.62
OFF-HOOK SIGNALING
If a station has been programmed to receive direct
outside line ringing and is busy on another call, that
station will receive muted ring to indicate another call
is ringing in.
200.63
ON-HOOK DIALING
A telephone user can place calls without lifting the
handset and can monitor the call while the called
party’s phone is ringing or on hold. The receiver
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telephone.
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when using a basic key
200.64
ON LINE PROGRAMMING
Changes to the system data base with the exception
of flexible button programming can be made without
interrupting normal system operation. Programming
is done at station port 01, regardless of Intercom
number assigned to it.
200.65
PAGING ACCESS RESTRICTION
Individual stations can be programmed to be allowed
or denied the ability to make page announcements.
200.66
PAUSE TIMER
When dialing a speed number, a timed pause in digit
sending can be directed into the number before
entry. When the TRANS/QUE button is pressed
while entering digits into a speed dial bin, it serves
as a command to the KSU to provide a timed pause
before resuming digit sending. The length of the
pause is controlled by the pause timer. Successive
entries of the TRANS/QUE button will provide successive timed pauses. Each programmed
pause
utilizes one of the 16 digit spaces for speed dialing.
When a timed pause is detected during speed dialing, the LCD will display the letter “P”for each pulse.
Automatic pauses that occur as a result of detecting
a dialed PBX code in last number redial or a Pulseto-Tone switch-over in speed dial will not display a
“P” in the LCD display.
200.67
PBX/CENTREX TRANSFER
When Centrex or PBX Lines are connected to the
616 FLEX system, users may, by using the Flash
button, transfer callers to other Centrex or PBX
extensions. Additionally, the Flash command may
be included within a Speed Bin or programmed onto
a Flex button for one button transfer.
200.68
PBX DIALING CODES
Four one or two-digit PBX access codes can be
programmed into the system. When an outside line
is selected and one of these codes is dialed, toll
restriction will be applied beginning with the digit
dialed after the code. If one of these codes is not
dialed, toll restriction doesn’t apply. This allows the
dialing of PBX extensions 100, 110, 111, etc. on an
outside line. (The line must be assigned as a PBX
line.)
200.69
PHONE BOX
A phone box may be substituted for a telephone on
a one for one basis. The phone box can be used to
receive intercom announcements
and also provide
handsfree response. There is also a CALL button
which will signal all stations programmed to receive
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alarm ringing. One of these stations can respond to
this signal by pressing the DSS/BLF button or dialing
the intercom number of the phone box station. Two
way conversation is then possible.
200.70
POOL BUlTON OPERATlON
The Pooled Group Key is used primarily to access
CO lines that do not appear on a station so that
outgoing calls may be made. Pooled Group Keys are
associated to CO line groups and may be programmed for use on any of the flexible buttons that
do not represent CO line appearances directly. CO
lines are accessed in descending order of priority
starting with the highest numbered available (not
busy) CO line in a CO line group. The CO line in a
CO line group is defined as the highest numbered
CO line with 6 being the highest.
Stations may have as many POOL keys as there are
CO line groups (6). Multiple POOL buttons for the
same group are also allowed.
200.71
PREFERRED LINE ANSWER
A station with preferred line answer can answer any
assigned ringing outside line, line queues, outside
line transfers and transfer recalls by simply lifting the
handset or pressing the ON/OFF button. The outside line button doesn’t have to be pressed for
automatic line answer. i
200.72
PRIVATE LINE
A station can be programmed to have a private line.
A line designated as a private line can transfer calls
to other stations and can be forwarded to another
station.
200.73
REAL TIME CLOCK UNIT (RCU)
This hardware option allows the system time and
date to continue functioning in case of a power
failure.
It also provides the time and date stamp for information used by SMDR and display phones.
200.74
RESET (SOFT) FUNCTION
From time to time, it may be necessary to reset the
system to clear meantime errors. As with any computer device, errors can build up and occasionally
cause erratic operation. This feature provides a procedure for soft restarting the system without having
to remove power from the system. This procedure
DOES NOT initialize the system database.
200.75
RING TIME-OUT TIMER
The Ring Time-Out Timer provides an easy means
of adjusting the time between ring signals the system
will consider as the same call. This helps the system
installer to conform the system operation to the
Central Off ice providing the CO lines to the system.
SYSTEM
The timer is a system-wide timer and will affect all
CO lines connected to the system.
200.76
SLA COMPATIBILITY
A Single Line Adapter (SLA) may be substituted for
a key telephone on a one-for-one basis. This allows
connectivity of industry standard 2500 type (DTMF)
single line telephone, and other devices such as FAX
machines, modems, automatic attendant, and Voice
Mail systems. There is no limit on the number of 616
FLEX ports that can be programmed to SLA units.
200.77
SPEAKERPHONE
Enhanced & Executive model phones are equipped
with a unit that enables the telephone to be used
handsfree in two-way conversations on both intercom and outside lines.
200.76
STATION CLASS OF SERVICE (COS)
Each station is assigned a Class of Service which
governs that stations dialing privileges. Six uniquely
defined Classes of Service are available for assignment to stations on a per station basis. The system
provides a flexible means of providing Toll or dialing
restrictions through the use of two (2) programmable
Allow and Deny Tables.
200.73
STATION IVlESSAGE DETAIL RECORDING (SMDR)
A hardware option which allows connection to an
external RS232C compatible printer or call accounting device. Programming allows the system to track
all calls, both incoming and outgoing, local and long
distance: or just outgoing long distance calls only. It
is also possible to print out data base programming
with this module. The system records calls by outside line, number dialed, time of day, date, station
that placed the call and duration of the call. The
output can be programmed for either a 29 or 80
character format.
Non-verified account codes may also be entered and
are included in the call record.
200.60
STATiON SPEED DIAL
Each station user can program up to 20 individual
speed dial numbers of up to 16 digits in length.
These numbers may contain pause commands,
flash commands and pulse to tone switchover commands. Each one of these commands takes up digit
space. The numbers are dialed by use of the
SPEED button and a 2 digit code (00-09, 90-00) or
the station user can program a flexible button as a
speed button.
Both the asterisk (“) and pound (#) can be programmed into Speed dial numbers and will be dialed
as DTMF tones. This makes the speed dial feature
compatible with Centrex operation.
200.81
SYSTEM SPEED DIAL
Up to 40 commonly dialed numbers can be programmed into System Speed Dial for use by stations
allowed this feature. The numbers can be up to 16
digits in length and may contain pauses, flash commands and pulse to tone switchover commands.
Each one of these commands takes up digit space.
The numbers are accessed by the SPEED button
and a 2 digit code (10-49) or the user can program
under a flexible button. The last 20 bins are not
monitored by toll restriction. System speed numbers
are programmed at the assigned attendant station.
Both the asterisk (‘) and pound (#) can be programmed into Speed dial numbers and will be dialed
as DTMF tones. This makes the speed dial feature
compatible with Centrex operation.
200.82
TOLL RESTRICTION OVERRIDE
An outside line can be programmed to allow toll
restricted stations to dial on that line.
200.83
TOLL RESTRICTION (Table Driven)
The system provides a flexible means of providing
toll restriction to individual stations. By assigning a
“class of service” to each station, long distance calls
can be limited at certain stations through entries into
the Allow/Deny Tables.
200.84
TRANSFER RECALL
When a CO transfer is completed to another station,
the Transfer Recall timer is initiated. If the line is not
answered within a specified amount of time, the CO
line will recall the initiator of the transfer. If not
answered by the transfer initiator within a specified
amount of time, the CO line will recall to the Attendant. If still unanswered by the Attendant and the
recall timer expires again, the CO line will recall to
all stations in the system. If the CO line still goes
unanswered and the recall timer expires again, the
CO line will be dropped from the system.
200.85
UNIVERSAL NIGHT ANSWER (UNA)
CO lines not marked as a Private Line have Universal Night Answer (UNA), which provides key telephones access to incoming CO calls when the
system is in night service by dialing the UNA code.
200.86
VOLUME CONTROLS
Each key telephone user can adjust both speaker
and ring volume independently by using the 2 volume controls located on the right side of the keyset.
200.87
WALL TELEPHONE
Any key telephone can be adapted for wall mounting.
The wall mount kit must be provided for wall mounting.
SECTION 300
FEATURE OPERATION
300.1
INTRODUCTION
The Starplus 616 FLEX Key Telephone System has
a wide variety of features and flexible programming,
allowing each telephone user to program his/her
telephone to meet his/her own individual needs.
This section of the manual contains the operating
instructions for key telephone and includes an illustration of the key telephone used in the 616 FLEX
system and description of the keys on the telephones and their functions. It is designed to provide
step-by-step instructions for operating the key telephones in the system. Visual and audible cues which
accompany the various steps in the operation of the
features are also included.
Literature similar to these operating instructions has
been prepared for use by the customer in the form
of the Starplus 616 FLEX Station User’s Guide.
KEY TELEPHONE STATION FEATURES
Each 616 FLEX Basic, Enhanced or Executive key
station provides the following keys, indicators and
features:
Handset and Speaker are located at the left side of
the front panel. A handset is provided to allow confidential conversation
when desired. Lifting the
handset from its cradle (going off-hook) disengages
the station’s built-in speaker.
The speaker is located directly below the center
portion of the handset. The station may be operated
with the handset on-hook. When this occurs, audio
is transmitted to the station user through the station’s
speaker.
The Starplus Basic key station does not have speakerphone or Handsfree intercom capability.
Outside Calls are announced by a tone signal repeated every 3.2 seconds. The corresponding outside line indicator will flash slowly.
intercom Calls can be tone ringing or voice announced. If it is voice announced, the receiving
station will receive 3 bursts of tone prior to the
announcement.
If it is a tone ringing call, the receiving station will hear a tone ring every 2.4 seconds.
Flexible Buttons are used to access idle outside
lines, provide DSS/BLF for internal stations, access
speed dial number and activate features. The Basic
Key Station has six (6) flex buttons, and the Enhanced and Executive Key stations both have
twenty-two (22) flex buttons. These buttons are programmed by the individual station user.
300.2
Hold button enables you to place an outside caller
on hold.
On/Off button enables you to make a telephone call
without lifting the handset. It turns the telephone on
and off when using the speakerphone.
Conference (CONF) button is used to establish.and
build conference calls.
Trans/Que Button:
- Transfer button: While on a CO call, this
button is used to transfer an outside call
from one station to another.
- Line Queue: This button allows you to
queue onto an outside line when all lines in
a group are busy. Your station is placed in
queue awaiting a line in the same group to
become available.
FWD/DND Button:
- Call Fwd: This button allows you to forward
your calls to another station.
- Do Not Disturb: Pressing this button while
on hook allows the user to place their telephone into a Do Not Disturb mode to eliminate incoming outside line ringing,
intercom calls, transfers and paging announcements. The station in DND can use
the telephone to make normal outgoing
calls. On Attendant stations, this button becomes the system Night Mode button.
MSG/CP.ON Button:
- Message Wait button allows you to initiate
a message waiting indication at stations
that are busy, unattended, or in Do Not Disturb.
- Camp-On button enables you to alert a
busy party that an outside line is on hold
and waiting for them.
Speed (SPD) button provides you with access to
speed dialing, save number redial and last number
redial.
Flash button is used to terminate an outside call and
restore dial tone without having to hang up the
handset. It is also used to transfer calls behind a PBX
or Centrex within those systems.
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PLACING AN OUTSIDE CALL (Automatic Line Selection)
1. Press outside line button. (ON/OFF button will
light and dial tone is heard)
2. Dial desired party. When called party answers,
lift handset to converse or use speakerphone.
300.4
ANSWERING
Plan
Station Intercom Numbers
Mute (programming flex buttons)
Headset Mode Option
Phone Box Background Music (Attendant)
Tone Mode Ring Option
Universal Night Answer (UNA)
Call Pickup
Internal All Call Page
Internal Page Zone 1
Internal Page Zone 2
External Page Zone
All Call
Meet Me Page Answer
Background Music
Alarm Reset
Attendant
Pulse-to-Tone Switchover (CO Line or Speed Dial)
Last Number Redial (Optionally Preceded by SPEED button)
Station Speed Dial (Preceded by SPEED button)
System Speed Dial (Preceded by SPEED button)
Station Speed Dial (Preceded by SPEED button)
System Program Access
Attendant Flexible Station Number Assignment
For some features there is more than one way to use
the feature depending on how the telephone is programmed. Both options will be listed.
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SYSTEM
AN OUTSIDE CALL
1. Lift handset.
2. Press slow flashing outside line button. (If your
phone has been programmed with Preferred
Line Answer, you may answer an outside line
by just lifting the handset.)
300.5
SPEAKERPHONE
(optional)
1. Press station key of desired party
OR
2. Press available outside line button and dial
desired number. Speakerphone is activated.
3. Press ON/OFF,button to end call.
300.6
VOLUME CONTROLS
There are 2 volume control wheels on the right side
of the key phone. Rotating the wheel toward you will
decrease the volume.
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Front wheel - Controls voice, background
music and speakerphone.
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Back wheel - Controls tone ringing volume
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MUTE BUTTON (optional)
Provides privacy during speakerphone or handset
operation by disabling the microphone.
1. Press the programmed mute button*, while off
hook to activate. (LED lights)
2. Press the programmed mute button again to
deactivate. (LED extinguishes)
*A flexible button MUST be programmed
this feature.
to operate
BACKGROUND
MUSIC (optional)
300.6
To activate Background Music:
1. Dial [8] on the dial pad (music is heard).
OR
2. Press programmed flex button. (music is heard)
To de-activate Background Music:
1. Dial [8] again and music is discontinued.
OR
2. Press programmed
is discontinued.
flex button again and music
When you prck up the handset or press the ON/OFF
button, music is discontinued automatically.
300.9
PLACING OUTSIDE LINE ON HOLD
Cl If your system is programmed to have exclusive
hold preferred, press HOLD button once for exclusive hold and twice for system hold.
•I If your system is programmed to have system
hold preferred, press HOLD button once for system hold and twice for exclusive hold.
300.10
ANSWERING A RECALL
When an outside line has remained on hold for an
extended period of time, you will be reminded with a
recalling ring.
1. Press outside line button flashing at very fast
rate.
2. Lift handset to converse.
300.11
FLASH
Disconnects present outside line and reseizes outside line dial tone.
While connected to an outside line (PBX or Centrex:
1. Press FLASH button.
300.12
PBWCENTREX TRANSFER
While connected to an outside line (PBX or Centrex):
1. Press FLASH button. PBXKentrex transfer dial
tone is heard.
2. Dial destination station number.
3. Hang up to complete transfer.
300-4
SYSTEM
The CO line Flash Timer must be programmed
proper PBWCentrex transfer operation.
300.13
You must
telephone
calls only
You hear
1. Dial
2.
You
1.
2.
for
CALL PICK-UP
be in the same pick-up group as the ringing
to pick up the call. Tone ringing intercom
can be picked up.
an unattended phone ringing:
a [6] on the dial pad.
OR
Press programmed flex button.
will be connected to the calling party.
Converse Handsfree or lift handset for privacy.
Hang up to end call.
300.14
CALLING TONE MODE OPTION
Allows a calling station to override a called stations’
H or P intercom switch settings.
When placing a call to a station and Tone ringing is
desired:
1. Dial [5#].
2. Dial the two-digit station extension. (call tone
rings station)
300.16
PLACING AN INTERCOM CALL
At your station:
1. Press the station button of the party you wish
to call (if programmed at your phone).
OR
2. Lift handset and dial station number (10-25).
You will hear:
- Ringing if called station is in ‘7” answering
mode.
- 3 bursts of tone if called station is in “H” or
“P” position.
3. Lift handset or use speakerphone when tone
bursts stop.
4. Hang up to end call.
300.16
ANSWERING AN INTERCOM CALL
With your intercom signal switch in the:
- T mode, you will hear repeated intercom
tone ringing & your HOLD button will slow
flash. Lift handset or press ON/OFF button
to answer. Hang up or press ON/OFF button to end call.(Center switch position)
- P mode, you will hear 3 bursts of tone & a
one way announcement.
The HOLD button will slow flash. Lift handset or press
ON/OFF button to reply. Hang up to end
call.(Lower switch position)
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- H mode, you will hear 3 bursts of tone and
an announcement. Reply handsfree or lift
handset for privacy. Hang up or press
ON/OFF button to end call.(Upper switch
position)
NOTE
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If you have a programmed station button for
the calling party, that button will flash. If you
receive a call from a phone box, you must
press that station button to answer the call.
300.17
CAMP ON
You call a station that is busy and wish to alert them
to your call,
1. Press the MSG/CP.ON button twice. Called
station will receive two bursts of ringing.
2. Wait for their response.
NOTE
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If a station is in DND, only the attendant can
camp-on.
300.18
ANSWERING A CAMP ON
If you are on a connected call, hear 2 bursts of muted
ringing and your MSG/CP.ON button is flashing, you
have a call waiting for you. To answer:
1. Press the MSG/CP.ON button. Any outside line
you are connected to will be placed on hold.
Intercom calls will be disconnected.
2. You may converse with the station placing the
call.
300.19
LEAVING A MESSAGE WAITING INDICATION
Up to 5 messages can be left at any one key telephone.
If you dial a station that is busy, unattended or in
DND, you can leave a callback message indication.
1. Press the MSG/CP.ON button once. Called
party’s MSG button will slow flash.
2. Hang up.
300.20
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ANSWERING A MESSAGE WAITING
INDICATION
The first message left will be the first one called.
lf your MSG/CP.ON button is flashing at a slow rate,
YOU have a message waiting for you.
1. Lift handset.
2. Press flashing MSG/CP.ON button. Station that
left message will be signaled with tone ringing.
SYSTEM
If called station doesn’t answer:
1. Press MSG button once to leave message.
300.21
CALL TRANSFER
q Outside lines can be transferred from one phone
to another within the system.
q The transfer can be either screened (announced)
or unscreened to either an idle or busy station.
300.22
SCREENED TRANSFER
While connected to an outside line:
1. Press station button where call is to be transferred (if programmed on your phone)
OR
2. Press TRANS button and dial station number
(1 O-25). The called extension signals according
to the intercom signal switch position.
3. When that extension answers, announce the
transfer.
4. Hang up to complete transfer.
300.23
UNSCREENED TRANSFER
Once the called extension begins to signal
1. Hang up to transfer the call. (Recall
starts.)
timer
300.24
TRANSFER SEARCH
When attempting to locate a party:
1. Press a station button to signal a station. If the
party is not located, press another station button to continue the search.
OR
2. Press the TRANS button and dial the station
number. If the party is not located, press the
TRANS button again & dial another station to
continue the search.
3. When the called party answers, hang up to
complete the transfer.
300.25
ANSWERING A SCREENED TRANSFER
Your intercom will be signaling according to the
intercom signal switch position.
1. Answer the intercom and receive transfer notice.
2. Press the outside line button or loop button
flashing on hold.
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380.26
EXECUTIVE/SECRETARY
TRANSFER
•I If you are designated the EXECUTIVE station &
your phone is busy or in DND, all calls will be
routed to the SECRETARY station.
IJ If you are the designated SECRETARY station,
you can signal the EXECUTIVE that is busy or in
DND by using the Camp On feature.
300.27
CONFERENCE COMBINATIONS
•I Add on Conference = 2 internal and 1 external or
3 party internal
•I Multi-Line Conference = 1 internal and 2 external
300.28
ESTABLISHING
A CONFERENCE
A maximum of 3 parties can be included in a conference. Internal party must lift handset.
1. Lift handset.
2. Select intercom station or dial desired outside
pafly.
3. When called party answers, press CONF button.
4. Add next conference party by selecting another
outside line or intercom station.
5. When party answers, press CONF button. All
parties are connected.
300.29
EXITING A CONFERENCE (Controller
only)
There are 3 methods of exiting a conference:
1. Press the ON/OFF button to ON and replace
handset (to monitor a conference).
OR
2. Press HOLD button to place outside parties on
hold. (Hold timer starts). Note: If one of the 2
parties is internal, that party will be dropped.
OR
3. Press CONF to leave the other conference
parties still connected in an unsupervised conference. CONF button will flash and timer will
start. There will be a warning tone before the
other parties are dropped.
300.30
RE-ENTERING A CONFERENCE
There are 3 methods of re-entering a conference:
When the controller re-enters the conference, the
disconnect timer is reset.
1. Lift handset to re-enter a monitored conference.
OR
2. To re-enter a conference placed on hold, repeat
steps for establishing a conference.
OR
3. To re-enter an unsupervised conference, lift
handset and press flashing CONF button (add-
SYSTEM
on). CONF button lights steady and you hear
confirmation tone.
300.31
TERMINATING A CONFERENCE
While actively in the conference:
1. Replace handset or push ON/OFF button to off.
You must be actively in the conference.
300.32
ACTIVATING DO NOT DISTURB
There are 2 methods of going into Do Not Disturb,if
you have been given the ability to do so in programming.
Method 1: While station is idle:
1. Press the FWD/DND button (DO NOT lift handset). FWD/DND button lights steady.
Method 2: While on a CO call:
1. You can stop the muted ringing by pressing the
FWDIDND button twice. DND button LED lights
steady.
300.33
REMOVING
DO NOT DISTURB
1. Remain on-hook.
2. Press FWD/DND button.
LED will extinguish.
FWD/DND
button
300.34
QUEUING
A station can queue only 1 line at a time.
You see that a particular outside line is busy and
wish to be placed on a list waiting for that line to
become available.
1. Lift handset.
2. Press desired busy outside line button.
3. Press TRANS/QUE button.
4. Hang up.
300.35
TO CANCEL
A QUEUE
1. Lift handset or press ON/OFF button.
2. Press TRANSKIUE button. Dial tone will be
heard.
300.36
ANSWERING A QUEUE
You hear ringing and an outside line of the line group
you queued is slow flashing.
1. Lift handset.
2. Press flashing outside line button to answer. (If
your station has been programmed for Preferred Line Answer, you will have the line automatically upon lifting the handset.)
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STORING
BERS
STATION SPEED NUM-
1. Lift handset or press ON/OFF button (optionally)
2. Press SPD button.
3. Press asterisk (*) key once.
4. Dial two-digit speed bin location.
- 00-09= Station speed numbers;
- 90-99= Station speed numbers.
5. Select desired outside line or one will be chosen
automatically.(up to 16 digits)
6. Dial telephone number.(O-9, *, #)
[*I DP to DTMF switchover. (for first
rence only. Subsequent ‘*’ dialed will
the DTMF digit I*’ to be dialed.
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TRANSKYJE button= inserts a pause
number storage.
0 FLASH key= inserts a flash into the
number.
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CONF button= “No Display”.
7. Press HOLD button to enter the number.
firmation tone is heard.
8. Hang up.
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occurcause
during
speed
SYSTEM
Method 2: (Select a CO Line)
1. Select the desired CO Line.
2. Press SPD button.
3. Press pound (#) key. The last number dialed
over an outside line will be redialed on selected
CO line.
Method 3: (Programmed LNR flex button)
1. Press programmed LNR flex button. The system will automatically select the original line
used to place the call or the line chosen and
redial the number.
300.40
PAGING
Stations off-hook or in DND will not hear the page.
1. Lift handset or press ON/OFF button. (optional)
2. Dial 2-digit paging code
- 70 Internal All Call
- 71 Internal Zone 1
- 72 Internal Zone 2
- 73 External Zone
Con-
300.38
DIALING A SPEED NUMBER
If no outside line has been specified in programming,
one will be chosen automatically or you can choose
one now.
1. Press SPD button
Then:
2. Dial two-digit speed bin location.
- 00-09= Station speed numbers.
- 1 O-49= System speed numbers.
- 90-99= Station speed numbers.
OR
Press programmed speed bin button.
3. When called party answers, lift handset or use
speakerphone.
300.39
LAST NUMBER REDIAL
There are 3 methods of using Last Number Redial.
Method 1: (DO NOT select a CO Line)
1. Press pound (#) key. The last number dialed
over an outside line will be automatically be
redialed.The system will automatically select
the original line used to place the call and redial
the number.
- 74 All Call
OR
Press programmed flex button.
3. Speak in normal tone of voice to deliver message.
4. Hang up.
300.41
MEET ME PAGE
You wish to have another party call vou.
1. Dial [74] on the dial pad
OR
2. Press programmed flex button.
3. Request that party meet you on the page.
4. DO NOT hang up; wait for the requested party
to answer.
300.42
ANSWERING
A MEET ME PAGE
1. Go to the nearest keyphone:
2. Dial [75]
OR
3. Press programmed flex button.
4. You will be connected to the party that paged
you.
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300.43
CALL FORWARDING
300.46
(Station)
If you have been given the ability to forward your
Calk:
1. Lift handset or press ON/OFF button.
2. Press FWDIDND button.
USING ACCOUNT
NOTE
OR
4. Dial intercom number, within 5 seconds, where
your calls are to be forwarded. (FWDIDND button will flash and dial tone returns)
5. Hang up.
TO REMOVE CALL FORWARDING
1. Lift handset or press ON/OFF button.
2. Press FWDIDND button.
Then:
3. Press your own station button
OR
4. Dial your own intercom
button LED extinguishes)
5. Hang up.
number.(FWD/DND
300.46
ALARM
If you hear alarm signals on your telephone.
To reset the alarm condition:
1. Dial [9] on the dial pad.
OR
2. Press programmed
I
If the account code is less than 8 digits, dial
‘*’ to end account code entry. Account
ze
must be entered during the call.
300.47
FLEXIBLE
BUTTON PROGRAMMING
Allows a user to utilize a feature by programming it
onto a flex button. Buttons MUST be designated as
multi-function by the system administrator and may
be programmed by the user. The feature can then
be activated without lifting the handset by pressing
the ON/OFF button.
1. Press asterisk (*) once.
2. Press button to be programmed.
3. Dial desired feature access code from the feature code table below.
4. Press the HOLD button to complete the process.
NOTE: The speed bin must be programmed with a
number before a flexible button can be assigned as
a speed button.
flex button.
FLEXIBLE
BUTTON PROGRAMMING
Feature.. .......................... QJ&
DSS/BLF ......................... 1 O-25
Music.. .............................
8
Alarm Reset .................... 9
Speed Bin.. ...................... SPD plus 2 digit number
- Station speed bin.. ..... 00-09
- System speed bins.. .. 1 O-49
- Station speed bins ..... 90-99
40
Mute ................................
NOTE: The speed bin must be programmed
can be assigned as a speed button.
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CODES
You are on an existing call.
1. Press FWD/DND button.
2. Dial account code up to 8 digits. (The other
party will not hear the digits being dialed.)
Then:
3. Press station button.
300.44
SYSTEM
CODES
Feature............................
Headset Option ...............
Paging:
Internal All Call.. ...........
Internal Zone 1 .............
Internal Zone 2.. ...........
External Zone ..............
System All Call ............
Meet Me Page .................
Last Number Redial.........
?
41
70
71
72
73
74
75
SPD+#
with a number before a flexible button
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360.46
PHONE BOX SIGNALING
lf you hear signals on your telephone, it may be a
signal from a phone box.
1. Press station button programmed
for that
phone box.
2. Lift handset or use speakerphone to converse.
3. Hang up to end call.
300.52
SETTING SYSTEM TIME AND DATE
At programmed Attendant station:
1. Lift handset or press ON/OFF button.
2. Press SPD button.
3. Press asterisk (‘) once.
4. Dial [50].
5. Enter date & time as follows:
If no station button has been programmed, you may
dial the phone box intercom number to answer the
call.
YYMMDDHHMM
300.49
UNIVERSAL NIGHT ANSWER (UNA)
You hear an outside line ringing at another station
and wish to answer it:
1. Lift handset.
2. Dial [!%I] on the dial pad.
- MM = month 01-12
OR
3. Press programmed flex button.
4. You will be connected to the ringing outside
line.
300.50
HEADSET MODE
If you wish to use a headset and have been given
the ability to do so in programming.
To activate Headset mode:
- Dial [41] on the dial pad.
OR
- Press programmed flex button. LED will
light steady.
While Headset mode is active, the ON/OFF button
will activate the headset and disable speakerphone
operation.
To de-activate Headset mode:
- Dial [41] on the dial pad.
OR
- Press programmed
tinguish.
flex button. LED will ex-
ATUBES. .
300.51
NIGHT SERVICE
At Attendant station:
1. Press
FWD/DND
button
at that station.(FWD/DND LED lights steady)
2. Press FWD/DND button again to remove Night
Service.
NOTE
El
Attendant does not have DND feature.
SYSTEM
- W = year 80-99
- DD = day 01-31
- HH = hour 00-23
- MM = minute 00-59
6. Press HOLD button to enter data.
300.53
STORING
SYSTEM SPEED NUMBERS
1. Lift handset or press ON/OFF button (optionally)
2. Press SPD button.
3. Press asterisk (*) key once.
4. Dial two-digit speed bin location.
-1 O-49 = System speed numbers
5. Select desired outside line or one will be chosen
automatically.(up to 16 digits)
6. Dial telephone number.(O-9, l , #)
[‘I DP to DTMF switchover. (for first
rence only. Subsequent ‘*’ dialed will
the DTMF digit ‘+’ to be dialed.
TRANSQUE button= inserts a pause
number storage.
FLASH key= inserts a flash into the
number.
CONF button= “No Display”.
7. Press HOLD button to enter the number.
firmation tone is heard.
8. Hang up.
occurcause
during
speed
Con-
Note: System speed numbers can only be entered
at the Attendant station.
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ACTIVATION OF BACKGROUND MUSIC AT A PHONE BOX
The Attendant may control (turn ON and OFF) background music at a phone box station.
To control background music at a specific phone
box:
1. Dial [42] on the dial pad.
2. Then dial the two-digit station number (10-25)
of the desired phone box.
3. Dial either:
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- [0] to turn BGM off.
OR
Port Button Mapping
4. Press the station button of the intercom number
it is to be changed to. Confirmation tone will be
heard. LCD will now update to show new assianment.
- [I] to turn BGM on.
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300.55
AlTENDANT
OVERRIDE (Camp-on)
If the Attendant calls a station that is either Busy or
in DND and wishes to alert them of a call:
1. Press the MSG/CP.ON button twice. Called
station will receive 2 bursts of ringing.
2. Wait for their response.
300.56
FLEXIBLE STATION NUMBERS
This feature allows the Attendant to SWAP an individual stations’ programmed data including speed
dial and intercom number with another active station
in the system.
This feature requires the user to know the “PORT”
of the station requesting to be changed (The LCD
will provide this information).
Remember: Ports NEVER change, but station intercom numbers DO.
Note: The stations affected must be idle before
changes made in station numbers will take effect.
At Attendant station:
1. Enter [**STAT] on the dial pad. Confirmation
tone is heard.
2. Enter [*04] on the dial pad. (LCD shown will be
displayed)
Press the PORT? button of the station whose
intercom number is to be changed (LED will
flash).
‘Port = the sequence in which the telephones
are connected to the main switching unit. The
LCD display will indicate the intercom number
associated to each port. To view stations, press
a PORT button, then its assigned intercom
button.
Station Button Mapping
5. Make sure ALL ports are assigned an intercom
number. (ie: a minimum of 2 ports must be
changed.)
Example: Assign Port 01 to Intercom number
12, then assign Port 03 to Intercom number 10
6. Repeat Steps 3 & 4 to assign additional stations.
7. Press the HOLD button after all changes have
been made. Confirmation tone will be heard.
8. Press ON/OFF button OFF to end sequence.
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NOTE
The Attendant Station may NOT enter the
Flexible Station Number programming
[*‘STAT/ if the Programming Station (PORT
01) is actively in a programming section and
vice versa.
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LCD DISPLAYS
310.1
The display is arranged into an upper and lower field.
The upper field displays the current activity of the
telephone. The lower field is divided into two sections. The left section of the lower field displays the
date, speed bin number, connected intercom station
or outside line number. The right section of the lower
field displays the current time or elapsed time on an
outside call. This table shows what will appear on
the LCD display based on the function performed.LCD displays are seen on Executive Display
phones and require a RCU to be installed in the
system
Table 310.1 Liquid Crystal Display
FUNCTION
CALLING STATION’S DISPLAY
MM/DD/YY
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LINE XX
Manually Dialing
Outgoing Calls
HH:MM am
Recalling Line
from Hold
LINE RECALLING
LINE XX
HH:MM am
Recalling Line
from Another Station
RECALL FROM XX
LINE XX
HH:MM am
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Connected to an
Incoming CO Line
Camp-on
CALLED STATION’S DISPLAY
HH:MM am
I
Intercom Call
(LCD)
***xx***
Idle Station
c
SYSTEM
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.*
xx
LINE XX
MM/DD/YY
CALL TO XX
HH:MM am
00:00:10
CALL FROM XX
MM/DD/YY
HH:MM am
CAMP-ON
MM/DD/YY
FROM XX
HH:MM am
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CALLING STATION’S
FUNCTION
Conference
Internal Page
External Page
All Call Page
Message Waiting
Reply to a
Message Waiting
(Call Back)
Station Call Forward
(Originating Station)
Forv larded Call
Preset Forward1
’
DISPLAY
CALLED STATION’S
SYSTEM
DISPLAY
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FUNCTION
CALLING STATION’S
CALLED STATION’S
DISPLAY
pi=iq
CO Line Queuing
pF=zilq
Outside Line
Transfer
Programmed
Command
Flash
(F)
jj
Programmed Pause
Command (P)
11
Programmed Pulse-ToTone Switchover (‘)
71
]I
111
Call Pickup
jl
Ringing CO Lines
SYSTEM
DISPLAY
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FUNCTION
Display Security Feature
Station Receiving
Alarm Signaling
Do Not Disturb
CALLING STATION’S
DISPLAY
CALLED STATION’S
SYSTEM
DISPLAY
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SECTION400
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
400.1
TECHNOLOGY
The STARPLUS 616 FLEX Key Telephone System
is a microprocessor controlled, solid state electronic
switch which distributes communications in a nonblocking format. All control, switching and interface
circuitry is condensed onto a single printed circuit
board (PCB) located inside the key service unit
(KSU).
Switching is accomplished through a solid state
crosspoint matrix that provides voice path connections for six (6) central office lines, sixteen (16) key
telephones and six (6) intercom channels.
The central microprocessor is a Z-80 and controls
the crosspoints and central office line relays. It also
controls communications between slave microprocessors located in each key telephone.
The 616 FLEX KSU contains all system memory
which is composed of 96K of Read Only Memory
(ROM) and 16K of Random Access Memory (RAM).
The RAM is subdivided so that 3K is used as CPU
working area and 3K is used for customer data base.
The customer data base memory is protected from
loss by a long life lithium battery. A Program Module
contains the operating instructions for the system.
This module can be easily removed and replaced
which allows for upgrading software features.
The system power is regulated by a switching power
supply. This technology provides high efficiency with
low heat. A shielded transformer converts the 117
VAC into logic voltages on a separate power supply
PCB, mounted within the KSU cabinet. Each key
telephone contains a microprocessor and circuitry to
monitor button activity and control lamp (LED) indications.
Basic, Enhanced and Executive model telephones
all have a built-in speaker which permits voice or
tone calling to the station. In addition, the Enhanced
and Executive model telephones
have built-in
speakerphones for Handsfree two-way communications. (Basic model telephones
DO NOT have
speakerphone or Handsfree capability.) All Starplus
model telephones have a Busy Lamp Field (BLF) to
monitor station activity in the system.
Basic, Enhanced and Executive model key telephone sets are all equipped with eight (8) function
buttons and six (6) CO line buttons. In addition
Enhanced
and Executive
model phones are
equipped with sixteen (16) Direct Station Selection
(DSS) buttons and the Executive telephone is
equipped with an LCD as standard equipment. A
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three-position slide switch is provided for easy selection of INTERCOM signaling modes, along with
separate tone ringing and voice volume controls.
For emergency applications, a stand-alone battery
assembly such as the Starplus Battery Back-up Unit
(BBU) may be connected to the battery input terminals on the 616 FLEX KSU. This retains system
power in the event of commercial power failure.
The system offers automatic cut-thru of central office
lines to optionally provided single line telephones.
These instruments can make and receive calls during a commercial AC power outage or following a
CPU failure.
400.2
SYSTEM CAPACITY
The STARPLUS 616 FLEX Key Service Unit (KSU)
is housed in a wall mountable cabinet that contains
the Key Service Board (KSB), power supply and
pre-wired connectors for station and CO line interface. The system comes fully configured for 6 CO
lines, 16 key telephones and 6 intercom channels.
One external page port provides two-way external
paging capability. One Loud Bell Control port offers
programmable
external signaling. One Music-OnHold input allows connection of an external music
source for MOH and background music.
Separate MOH and background music adjustments
are provided on the KSU. One alarm input allows
connection of an external alarm or other sensing
device. Low cost phone boxes may be substituted
for key telephones on a one-for-one basis.
The system contains the necessary interface circuitry to enable complete system battery backup
operation. In the event of commercial AC power
interruption, an optional 24 volt DC Battery Back-up
Unit, such as the Starplus Battery Back-up Unit
(BBU) will ensure uninterrupted system operation.
The Battery Back-up Unit (BBU) and batteries must
be provided separately.
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400.3
The following are the components that make up the
STARPLUS 616 FLEX Key Telephone System:
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The Basic KSU or the Enhanced KSU
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The Key Telephones
(Basic, Enhanced or Executive)
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Wall Mount Kit
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Phone Box
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Program Module
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Serial Interface Unit (SIU)
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Real Time Clock Unit (RCU)
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Single Line Station Adapter (SLA)
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A.
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Battery Back-up System (BBU)
616 FLEX Basic KSU
The KSU is a sealed, self contained unit that has no
user- serviceable parts inside. All connections to
Stations, CO Lines and Auxiliary equipment are
made externally through amphenol-type plugs and
standard modular jack connections. A Program
Module (I) allows easy expansion of software features.
B. Basic Model Key Telephone
Is a fully modular, multi-line keyset with voice and
tone ringing volume controls. Contains 6 central
office line buttons, 8 functions buttons, a dial pad and
an intercom mode selection switch. All buttons are
of the non ;Jcking type with easy to see LED’s for
quick ident fication. This model does NOT have
speakerphc ie or Handsfree capability.
C. Enhar ted Model Key Telephone
Identical to ihe Basic Key Telephone with the addition of 16 Direct Station Select buttons and a speakerphone to provide full handsfree operation.
D. Executive Model Key Telephone
Identical to the Enhanced Key Telephone with the
addition of an interactive LED display. Displayed
features include calls to and from other extensions,
number dialed, line used, camp-on, etc. A Real Time
Clock Unit (RCU) must be installed in the system to
support time and date in LCD displays.
E. Wall Mount Kit
Provides an attractive modular means of attaching
the StarPlus key telephone to any vertical surface.
F. Phone Box
Allows handsfree conversations to and from locations that do not need dialing privileges. Phone
boxes may be substituted for key stations on a
one-for-one basis.
G.
Program
SYSTEM
Module
This plug-in unit provides the basic operational instructions for the system.
This module also provides for all system features
including SMDR, RCU operation and supports Executive (display) telephones.
H. Serial Interface Unit (SIU)
This optional unit must be installed in the KSU when
features such asSMDR or Data Base Printout are
desired. The SIU contains a female, 25 pin, RS232C
(DCE) connector for connection to a printer, terminal
or some other receiving device. An RCU is also
required if a Time and Date Stamp is desired on the
SMDR record.
I.
Real Time Clock Unit (RCU)
This optional unit must be installed in the KSU to
provide Executive LCD display keysets with a Time
and Date display. The RCU contains a long life
lithium battery so that the time and date is protected
from commercial power failure to the system and
continues to function.
It also provides the time and date stamp for information used by SMDR and display phones.
J. Single Line Station Adapter (SLA)
The Single Line Station Adapter (SLA) is a device
which acts as a command translator and hardware
interface for two (2) DTMF single line telephones
(2500 type) or compatible devices (cordless phone,
fax machines, modems etc...). This allows connection of these devices to the Starplus family of “flatpack” key systems.
There is NO limit to the number of SLA adapters that
can be installed behind any one system.
The SLA adapter is not designed to directly support
off-premise extensions (OPX) applications. If an
OPX is desired on a Starplus “flatpack” KSU, additional customer provided equipment, with an FCC
registered interface is required.
K. Battery Back-up Unit (BBU)
This optional Battery Charging Unit (BBU) and cabling can be directly connected to the 616 FLEX KSU
to maintain complete system operation in the event
of an AC power failure. (Batteries must also be
provided separately as they are not included with the
BBU.) Calls in progress will continue without interruption when commercial power fails. The BBU will
maintain complete system operation during a power
outage for up to 24 hours depending on system
configuration, and battery size.
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Basic Model
Executive
Enhanced
Model
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.IANI
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1091
Model
Phone Box
Single Line Station Adapter
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SYSTEM
(SLA)
Station Apparatus
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MDF CONNECTORS
EXTERNAL
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CONNECTOR
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KEY TELEPHONE
POWER FAILURE
TRANSFER
RJllC
CONNECTORS
FOR CO LINE
CONNECTIONS
RS 232C PORT
FUSE
GROUND
Figure 400.4 - Key Service Unit - Right Side
LUG
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Table 400.1 System
Capacity
Ports:
CO(Loop Start)
Key Telephone Stations
Single Line Telephones
6 max.
16max
15 max (via 8 single line Station Adapters)
Attendants:
1 station can be designated
Phone Boxes:
Up to 15 phone boxes can be operated on the system. (Each
phone box reduces station capacity by 1)
SMDR Ports:
1 RS-232C port located on the right side of the KSU.
Page Zones:
Internal:
External:
2 internal page zones
1 external page zone (two-way talk path)
Table 400.2 Electrical
as an Attendant.
Specifications
AC Input to Power Supply
117V ac f 1 O%, 60 Hz single phase
Power Consumption
90 watts
Power Supply Fuse - AC input
1A, 250V Time Lag
Music Source (input)
Input at 2K ohms impedance
Contact Rating
External Page Control
Loud Bell Control
Alarm
External Page Port
Output Impedance
Output Power
UL File Number:
from music source
1 .OA, 24V dc
1 .OA, 24V dc
1 .OA, 24V dc
600 ohms @ 0 dBm
5mW Maximum
42U5
Table 400.3 Environmental
Operating Temperature
Recommended Operating Temperature
Relative Humidity
Heat Dissipation (BTU’s)
Specifications
32°Fto1040F
60’ F to 80’ F
5% to 90% non-condensing
307 BTU’s Maximum
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Table 400.4 Loop Limits
Telephone:
(including Phone Box)
800 feet of 26 AWG Cable
1000 feet of 24 AWG Cable
1500 feet of 22 AWG Cable
Table 400.5 Dialing Specifications
DTMF Dialing
Frequency Deviation
Rise Time
Duration of DTMF Signal
Interdigit Time
PULSE Dialing (programmable)
Pulse Dialing Rate
Pulse Break/Make Duration
Dialing Memory
System Speed Dialing
Station Speed Dialing (per station)
Last Number &dial
CO Type
tl.5%
5mS
75mS minimum
75mS minimum
10 or 20 pps.
60140 or 66133
40 numbers (16 digits)
20 numbers (16 digits)
32 digits, last number dialed on CO line
Loop Start
Table 400.6 FCC Registration
FCC Registration Number located on the Key Service Unit (KSU):
If no key telephones are programmed to have a
pooled group button, use the following FCC Registration Number:
Numbers
DLP82V-60903-MF-E
DLP82V-72088-KF-E
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Table 400.7 Dimensions
KEY SERVICE
Height
Width
Depth
Weight
PHONE BOX
Height
Width
Depth
Weight
SINGLE LINE
Height
Width
Depth
Weight
UNIT
17.8”
23”
13.3”
60 Ibs. (unloaded)
1.75”
5.5
4”
1 lb.
STATION ADAPTER (SLA)
8.0”
5 6f8”
1 718”
3 Ibs.
Account Codes:
Number of digits per code:
Number of Account Codes:
Speed Dialing Capacity:
System Speed
Station Speed
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and Weight
Basic Key Telephone
Height
3.0”
Wiih
4.0”
Depth
9.0”
2.5 Ibs.
Weight
Enhanced Key Telephone
Height
3.0”
Width
4.0”
Depth
9.0”
Weight
2.5 Ibs.
Executive Key Telephone
Height
3.0
Wiih
4.0”
Depth
9.0”
Weight
3 Ibs.
Table 400.8 Miscellaneous
Memory:
Random Access Memory (RAM):
Read-Only-Memory
(ROM)
Telephone Transmitter:
Talk Paths:
CO/PBX paths:
Intercom Paths:
Music Channels:
SYSTEM
Specifications
32K
96K
Electret mic compatible.
6 CO/PBX talk paths (non-blocking)
6 talk p&s
1 channel provides music-on-hold and background
music
up to 8 unverified digits
unlimited (non verified)
360 Total Bins in System:
- 40 bins per system
- 20 bins per system
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Table 400.9 Key Telephone
TYPE OF SIGNAL
Telephone Signals:
Incoming CO Line
Intercom Tone Ringing
Intercom Call Announce
[H-P-OHVA)
Transferred CO Line
CO Line Recall
Message Wait Call Back
Message Wait Reminder Tone
CO Queue Call Back
Camp-on
Alarm Tone
Repeated
Single
Loud Bell Control
CO Ringinflransferred
CO Lines
Intercom Ringing
From Door (phone) Box
Key TeleWce
Intercom Ringback
Call Announce
Busy Tone
Error Tone
Intercom Dial Tone
DND Tone
Audible
SYSTEM
Signals
FREQUENCY
SIGNAL DURATION
12191471
1215/1471
935
0.5s on/2.% off; repeated
0.5s on/o.5s off/o.5s on/l .5s off
0.2s onIO.2~ off (3 bursts)
12191471
1215/1471
121511471
771
121511471
935
off
0.5s ord2.5~ off
o.5son/o.5soff/o.5s
on/l.5soff
0.5s on (timed per programming)
0.5s on/O.5s off; repeated
0.5s on (burst)
70 1I857
7011857
.25s on/.25s off; repeated
1 .Os on (once)
0.5s0d2.5s
0.5s closed/2.5s
open; repeated
openI0.5s closed
1.5s open; repeated
1 .Os on (once)
0.5s closed/0.5s
7011857
Tones:
Paging Confirmation Tone
Conference Time-out Warning Tone
Programming Confirmation Tone
Programming Error Tone
Door (phone) Box Caller
Camp-on
1215/l 471
935
701
701
701
701
935
701
1471
1471
7011857
735
on/l.5soff
0.2s on/O.25s off (3 bursts)
0.5s on/O.5s off, repeated
0.25s onIO.25~ off, repeated
Continuous
0.2s on/O.2s off; repeated 3 times, pause,
repeat
1 .O set burst
0.2s otiO.2~ off; 3 birsts
1.5s on (burst)
0.25s on/O.25s off; repeated 6 times
1 .Os burst (once)
0.5s burst
o.5son/o.5soff/o.5s
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Table 400.10 Visual Signals - DSSIBLF Buttons
INDICATOR
TYPE OF SIGNAL
Steady
240 ipm flutter
240 ipm flutter
240 ipm flutter
Steady
30 ipm flash
60 ipm flash
Off-Hook/Busy (All Stations)
Incoming Intercom Ring (Destination)
Call Announce (Destination)
Message Waiting Call Back (Destination)
Do Not Disturb (All Stations)
Door Box Calling (Assigned Stations)
Camp On
Table 400.11 Visual Signals
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TYPE OF SIGNAL
Incoming CO Ring
Transferred CO Ring
Recall
Queued Line
Exclusive Hold
System Hold
I-Hold (only when hold preference
In Use
is system)
FLASH RATES
- CO Line Buttons
INDICATOR
FLASH RATES
30 ipm flash
240 ipm flash
460 ipm flash
30 ipm flash
240 ipm flash
60 ipm flash
30 ipm double flash
Steady
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Table 400.12 Visual Signals - Function
TYPE OF SIGNAL
Fixed Feature Buttnnsr
HOLD Button (all intercom channells busy)
ON/OFF Button
speakerphone on/off-hook dialing
off-hook dialing
CONF button
active
unsupervised
TRANS/QUE button
Line Queue (active)
FWD/DND button
Call Forward (active)
DND (active)
Both active
MSG/CP ON button
Message Waiting (active)
Camp On (active)
Feature Buttons;
Mute (active)
Music (active)
Buttons
INDICATOR
FLASH RATES
Steady
Steady
Steady
Steady
60 ipm flash
Steady
240 ipm flash
Steady
30 ipm double flash
15 ipm flash
60 ipm flash
Steady
Steady
SYSTEM
SECTION 500
SYSTEM INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
500.1
SITE PLANNING
The STARPLUS 616 FLEX Electronic Key Telephone System, like most electronic office equipment,
should
not be subjected
to harsh
environmental conditions. To assure easy servicing
and reliable operation, several factors must be considered when planning the system installation. AIways consider the following BEFORE installing the
KSU and wiring:
A. The KSU is designed for wall-mounting only.
B. The internal power supply operates with 117
VAC, 60 Hz, single-phase electricity. A 3-wire
(parallel blade with ground) receptacle must be
provided on a dedicated, separately fused 15
AMP circuit.
c. Location(s) of telephone conduits or cable runs.
D. The KSU should be within 25 feet of the telephone company (TELCO) RJllC. The KSU
should be centrally located and assurances
should be made to stay within prescribed cable
lengths.
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800 ft. 26 AWG Twisted pair Cable
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1000 ft. 24 AWG Twisted pair Cable
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1500 ft. 22 AWG Twisted pair Cable
E. A well ventilated area having a recommended
temperature range of 60 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit, and a humidity range of 5 to 95% (non
condensing).
F. Accessibility of KSU for servicing and lighting.
G. Protection from flooding, flammable materials,
excessive dust and vibration.
H. Proximity of radio transmitting equipment, arcwelding devices, copying machines and other
electrical equipment that are capable of generating electrical interferences.
I. Access to a good earth ground such as a metallic COLD water pipe. Inspect the pipe for
non-metallic joints.
500.2
UNPACKING THE 616 FLEX KSU
Remove the KSU from the shipping carton and place
it on a level working surface, face up. Inspect the
KSU for physical damage. The KSU has no serviceable parts.
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KSU GROUNDING
500.3
To ensure that the system will operate properly, a
good earth ground is recommended.
The Telco
protector ground terminal or a metallic COLD water
pipe will usually provide a reliable ground path. If
cold water pipe is used, carefully check that the, pipe
does not contain insulated joints that could isolate
the ground. In the absence of the cold water pipe, a
ground rod or other source may be used. A No. 8
AWG copper wire should be used between the
ground source and the KSU.
THE GROUND WIRE SHOULD BE KEPT AS
SHORT AS POSSlBLE
AND CAN BE CONNECTED TO THE GROUND LUG LOCATED ON
THE SIDE OF THE KSU. (Figure 400.4)
KSU INSTALLATION
500.4
The KSU is designed for wall mounting only. The
KSU should NOT be mounted directly on a masonry
surface.
If the KSU is to be mounted on a masonry surface,
a wooden backboard of sufficient size should be
attached to the wall and the KSU mounted on the
backboard.
A. Mount the KSU on the backboard using four
fasteners. (The fasteners should be selected
carefully so as to be capable of supporting the
KSU.) (Refer to Figure 500.1 for KSU dimensions.)
B. Install the ground using an insulated 8 AWG
copper wire. Attach one end to the grounding
lug on the side of the KSU cabinet and fasten
the other end to a good earth ground (Refer to
Figure 400.2 KSU layout).
C. The KSU power supply is located within the
KSU. Because the KSU is a sealed unit, all
electrical connections are provided externally.
The power cord exits the KSU on the right side.
Also on the right side is a fuse holder that
contains a 0.7 Amp. slow- blow fuse. Power for
the system is distributed internally.
D. The power cord should not be used with a
3-wire-2-wire plug adapter. A power line surge
protector should be used to protect the power
supply from electrical surges. The surge protector should be installed in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions and applicable local electrical codes.
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THIS TIME
KSU CABLING
500.5
Two (2) Amphenol-type connectors are provided on
the left side of the KSU (Refer to Figure 400.3).
On the right edge of the front surface are the RJI 1 C
connectors which are for CO lines. On the left side
surface of the 616 FLEX KSU are two connectors
marked J-l and J-2. The J-l connector is located just
below the J-2 connector. J-l and J-2 require 90
degree male ended plug cables for proper attachment.
When connecting cable tails to the KSU, make sure
the designation on the AMP hood matches the designation at the connector’s input on the KSU.
After plugging in the required cables, a “horse shoe”
fastener should be placed around the mated AMP
connectors to secure the cable to the KSU connector.
Verify that the wires are properly cross-connected.
Observe the telephone standard wiring color codes
whenever possible. Some points to be aware of
while running the key telephone cabling are:
Cabling should be routed to avoid fluorescent light
fixtures, electric motors and generators, welding
equipment and radio transmitters. Additionally, care
should be taken to avoid hot locations such as steam
pipes and furnaces, and areas where wiring is subject to abrasion.
It is NOT recommended that power be applied to the system during the cable termination process.
500.6
LIGHTNING PROTECTION
The 616 FLEX should have central off ice lines protected with proper lightning surge arrestors. The
central office lines are exposed to damaging surges
induced by direct or non-direct lightning strikes.
The protection should contain a complement of 3element gas discharge tubes which ground high
potential surges, and associated circuits to absorb
and filter lower-level surge potentials. Care should
be taken to ensure that not more than one set of
protectors be installed on central office lines at installation premises. Improper installation of line protection can present a serious safety hazard.
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500.7
KEY TELEPHONE INSTALLATION
A maximum of sixteen (16) key telephones may be
installed with the 616 FLEX Key System. Each key
telephone requires 2 pair (4 wires) for proper wiring.
It is recommended that 3 pair twisted pair cable be
used to connect the telephones to the system on a
“home run” basis. The telephone end of the cable
should be terminated on a modular jack. At the MDF
end of the home run, the cable should be terminated
on a separate station connecting block (66Mi -50) for
cross connection to the “J” cables. This method of
cabling will allow for easy isolation of station equinment during trouble shooting procedures.
500.8
WALL MOUNT KIT INSTALLATION
All connections to the Key Telephones are fully
modular. To wall mount the Key Telephone, it is
necessary to have one Wall Mount Kit and one (1)
630-A type modular wall mount jack assembly
equipped with two mounting lugs.
A. Remove the mounting cord from the telephone.
This cord will no longer be needed.
8. Substitute the short modular cord on the wall
mount baseplate for the mounting cord removed in A above.
C. Rotate the plastic number retainer upwards to
expose the screw underneath.
Remove the
screw and slide the cover plate under the number retainer towards the hookswitch.
D Replace the cover plate with the handset retainer tab that is mounted in the wall mount
base plate, and secure with the screw from C
above.
E. Rotate the plastic number retainer downwards
and snap into place.
F. Align the mounting tab on the outer edges of
the wall mount base with the holes on the key
telephone base. Snap shut and fasten with the
screw.
G. The telephone can now be mounted to the wall
by mating the two keyhole slots on the baseplate with the lugs on the modular cover assembly. Check to make sure that the modular
connector on the baseplate has a firm connection with the connection on the wall jack. (Figure
500.3)
500.9
PHONE BOX INSTALLATION
The 616 FLEX Phone Box can make calls to preassigned stations as well as receive intercom calls. The
unit should be located in weather protected areas
where paging or monitoring is required.
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The Phone Box consists of a top housing and bottom
mounting plate. The top housing has a speaker,
microphone, wire terminals and electronic circuitry.
The housings are separated by inserting a thin,
flat-edged tool at the bottom rim of the assembly. By
pressing inward on the recessed retaining tab, the
assembly will open.
The connection of the Phone Box(es) to the KSU is
identical to that of the key telephone. Refer to Figure
500.8
The bottom plate of the Phone Box assembly is
fastened to the wall by mounting with customer
supplied No. 8 or larger pan head screws. The cable
is routed through the cable-entry holes provided on
the bottom plate and is connected to the screw
terminal strip on the upper housing. Four (4) screw
terminals are identified by wire color on the silkscreened printed circuit board to correspond with the
wiring sequence at the punchdown connector at the
MDF.
The slack wiring should be pulled back through the
bottom mounting plate and the top housing snapped
shut. Refer to Sec. 630.21 Phone Box programming.
500.10
EXTERNAL MUSIC SOURCE
MUSIC-ON-HOLD,
as well as BACKGROUND MUSIC can be connected using a customer provided
tuner, tape deck, etc. Separate Music-on-Hold and
background music volume adjustments are provided
on the KSU. Refer to Figure 400.3) Background
Music (BGM) levels are also adjustable at each key
telephone set. Connections are made on the J-I
connector, the MOH pair. Refer to Table 500.1
connection is located on the left side of the KSU.
Refer to Figure 400.3. Table 500.1 provides examples of recommended
battery sizes for 2, 4 and 8
hour back-up at various system sizes.
500.13
A.
ALARM
BACK UP UNIT (BBU)
Introduction
B.
Description
Capacity
The following table shows the approximate times for
a fully charged supply to reach 90% voltage under
different load conditions.
Table 500.1 Battery
After the alarm has sounded, the system must be
reset by first clearing the alarm condition on the
external system and then lifting the handset at any
station programmed to receive alarm and dialing 9.
BATTERY
BACK-UP
The STARPLUS 616 FLEX can be fully supported
for complete operation during a power failure. An
externally provided 24 VDC battery package (gel
type) and float charger is required such as the Starplus BBU and batteries. A convenient plug for battery
Charge Time
Battery Amp’
Battery Amp
3x8
INSTALLATION
The 616 FLEX system may be used to transmit an
alarm signal to each station (except phone boxes) in
the system. When activated by an external alarm
system, a continuous tone is transmitted to the station speakers. Leads from the external alarm are
connected to the 616 terminals ALMT and ALMR
Refer to Figure 500.5. Refer to System Features,
Sec. 630.1 for programming Alarm states.
500.12
BATTERY
The BBU houses two I2 V batteries connected in
series which provide 24 V of DC power. The BBU
also contains an AC input cord which provides
charging power when the batteries are not in use.
Batteries are NOT included.
A IO” I4 gauge jumper wire is provided for interconnection of the two I2 V batteries. Four adapter wires
(approx. 2”) are provided for matching the exact
battery terminal size. A plastic tie wrap is provided
for securing the batteries once installed.
The BBU will interface batteries with 187 or 250 size
male faston-type tab connectors.
A plastic tiewrap
is provided for securing the batteries once installed.
Any UL recognized battery may be used with the
BBU, gel type batteries are recommended.
The
larger ampere hour the battery, the longer it will take
to recharge.
If background
music is desired, refer to System
Features, Sec. 630.1 and enable background music.
500.1 I
SYSTEM
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7AH
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40 AH
1
L--
6x16
5 HRS
2.5 HRS
10 HRS
5 HRS
24 HRS
I4 HRS
Dimensions
8” high, 13.5” wide, 7.75” deep
Weight without batteries: 11 lb.
Specifications
- Output fused at 4.0 A, 250 V
- Current limited, constant voltage charger
- Gel type batteries
- Charger float voltage is 27.6 V
- Cut off voltage point is 21 V
Power Requirements
Input I I7 VAC, 60 Hz
Fused at 0.5 A, 250 V
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Environment
Temperature: 0 - 50 C (32 - 104 F)
Humidity: 0 - 95%
C. Installation
Introduction
These instructions cover installation procedures for
the BBU. Refer to Figure 500.6 for the location of the
input socket. The input socket of the key system
must be a female Mate-N-Lok type connector.
Installation Checklist
The following items are required to install the BBU:
l
1 BBU with wire kit (5 wires) and tie wrap
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4 No. 12 panhead screws (if wall mounted)
l
Screwdriver
l
Backboard or wall shelf if applicable
Mounting
The BBU must be located within 6’ of an AC receptacle and 2’ of the KSU.
The BBU can be placed on a wall shelf or it can be
wall mounted.
To wall mount the BBU:
A. The BBU is designed to be mounted on a
backboard, either the backboard the KSU is
mounted on or one specifically for the BBU.
B. Mark for screw placement, either by measuring
(the 2 top keyhole mounting slots are 8 3/4” on
center) or by placing the BBU against the backboard (before installing batteries) and marking
the location of the 2 slots.
C. Partially insert 2 No. 12 panhead sheet metal
screws into the backboard.
D. Suspend the BBU on these 2 screws. The large
section of the keyhole will allow the unit to easily
pass over the screwhead.
E. Slowly lower the BBU so the small section of
the keyhole is directly behind the screwhead.
F. Tighten each screw so the unit fits snugly
against the backboard.
G. Insert 2 more screws into the bottom of the BBU
where 2 more keyhole mounting slots are located.
Before connecting the batteries, ensure the
BBU is unplugged from the AC outlet and
the ON/OFF switch on the BBU is turned off.
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H. Remove the BBU cover by turning the 4 screw
locks and lifting the cover.
I. Install the two 12 V DC batteries in the battery
compartment.
Thread the plastic tie wrap
through the vent holes in the side of the battery
compartment and fasten around both batteries.
Cinch the tie wrap tight.
J. Connect one of the adapter wires to the black
10” jumper wire. Now install this jumper wire
assembly between the NEG (-) terminal of battery 1 and the POS (+) terminal of battery ‘2.
K. Connect another adapter wire to the BBU red
battery wire. Now connect this wire to the POS
(+) terminal of battery 1.
L. Connect the BBU black battery wire to the NEG
(-) terminal of Battery 2.
M. Make sure the key system being connected is
turned on. Then connect the BBU DC output
cable to the battery input of the key system
KSU.
N. Make sure the BBU power switch is in the OFF
position. Then plug in the AC power cord.
0. Turn the power switch on the BBU to ON.
Grounding
To ensure that the BBU will operate properly, a good
earth ground is recommended.
A metallic COLD
water pipe will usually provide a reliable ground path.
Carefully check that the pipe does not contain insulated joints that could isolate the ground. In the
absence of the cold water pipe, a ground rod or other
source may be used. A No. 8 AWG copper wire
should be used between the ground source and the
BBU. A ground lug is provided on the lower-left side
of the BBU.
The ground wire should be kept as short as possible
and can be connected to the ground lug located on
the bottom of the 616 KSU. Installation of the BBU
is now complete.
D. General Information
There is a “power on” LED which is lit when the
supply is connected to the AC power source. There
is also a “battery” LED which is lit when the battery
back up is in use. The BBU is a filtered battery back
up power supply. Both input and output are fuse
protected. The charger circuit is floating with respect
to ground. The charging circuit provides a constant
voltage and is current limited to 350 milli-amps to the
2 gel cells.
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Maintenance
In order to ensure proper operation of the battery
supply, the following operation should be performed
once a month:
A. Unplug the key system and the battery back up
unit from the AC power to allow operation from
the batteries for 15 minutes.
B. Plug the key system and BBU power cord back
into the AC outlet.
F. Troubleshooting
When trouble is reported, verify that AC power is
being supplied to the unit and that there are no blown
fuses. Check the LED’S TO SEE IF THEY are lit.
Assistance in troubleshooting is available from the
factory. When calling you should have a VOM and a
test set available and be calling from the job site.
500.14
EXTERNAL PAGING
An amplifier for external paging can be connected to
the 616 FLEX Key telephone system. Any telephone in the system can access this paging equipment by using a dial code. There is one External
Paging Zone (without amplifier) provided in the 616
FLEX system.
The output impedance of the paging zone is 600
Ohms. The low level voice signal output is specified
at 5 milliwatts. Dry contact control is provided to
switch on the external amplifier equipment or to
momentarily remove background music, if externally
supplied to the paging device. All connections are
made on the J-l punchdown connector. The voice
output from the key telephone system is provided on
the EPVT and EPVR pair. The “make” contacts are
identified as pair EPCTL. The paging port can be
connected to a two way paging system:
LOUD BELL CONTROL/CO LINE CONTROL
The STARPLUS 616 FLEX system provides relay
contact closure to activate external signaling equipment during incoming CO line ringing. The station
or CO line that is to signal is selected by programming. Refer to System Configuration, Sec. 630.4.
There is one (1) control contact which can be assigned to any station or CO line. Locate the control
contact on the terminals of the connecting block.
Two wires are connected to these terminals and
routed to customer provided signaling equipment.
Refer to Figure 500.5.
with ringers. They can be DTMF type instruments
or rotary dial. Connection is made on the modular
connector located directly on the right side of the
KSU. Refer to Figure 500.4
500.17
HEADSET INSTALLATION
The STARPLUS 616 FLEX Key telephone has been
designed to operate with industry standard modular
headset adapters and operator headsets. To modify
a key telephone to use an external headset:
A. Plug the headset adapter cord into the vacant
headset jack on the key telephone base.
B. Plug the telephone handset cord into the headset adapter box where indicated by the headset
manufacturer’s instructions.
C. Turn to the programming section of this manual.
Enable the headset option for that particular
station.
Speakerphone operation is automatically disabled
and such features as On-Hook Dialing and Handsfree speakerphone become inoperable. However,
incoming page/voice announcements,
tone ringing
and background music will still be heard over the key
telephone speaker when the station has activated
the headset mode.
500.16
A.
B.
C.
D.
500.15
500.16
EMERGENCY TRANSFER
In the event of a commercial AC power interruption,
the first 3 CO/PBX lines will automatically transfer to
single line telephones (if installed) for emergency
communications.
These SLTs should be equipment
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REAL TIME CLOCK UNIT (RCU) INSTALLATION
Turn OFF power to KSU by unplugging from AC
outlet.
Remove the KSU Program Module.
Remove the six (6) screws retaining the KSU
cover. Remove the cover.
Open the R.C.U. box and verify the following
contents are enclosed:
0 1 each R.C.U. module
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1 each Battery
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1 each Plastic Beaded Tiewrap
Locate the battery. The end with the color ring
is negative. Install the battery into the battery
socket of the R.C.U. being careful to match the
polariiy of the battery with the polarity of the
socket.
Push the beaded tiewrap through the hole in the
R.C.U. next to the battery. Pull the tiewrap
around the battery and through the cinch end to
secure the battery.
Refer to Figure 500.7.
Locate the R.C.U.
socket (G22) and note the top (notched end) of
the socket.
Hold the R.C.U. so that the battery socket end
is facing toward you (battery on the bottom of
the R.C.U.) and away from the top of the R.C.U.
socket.
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I. Insert the pins on the bottom of the R.C.U. into
the R.C.U. socket (G22) being careful to align
all of the pins with the socket. Apply pressure
in the middle of the R.C.U. (not the ends) to
avoid breakage while seating the R.C.U. into
the socket. Replace KSU cover. R.C.U. installation is now complete.
500.19
SERIAL INTERFACE UNIT (SIU) MQDULE INSTALLATION
A. Turn OFF the KSU power by removing the plug
from the AC outlet.
B. Remove the Program Module from the KSU.
C. Unscrew the six (6) screws holding the KSU
cover and remove the cover.
D. Open the SMDR module box and verify the
following components are included:
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1 each S.I.U. Printed Circuit Board (PCB)
0 1 each 16-conductor Ribbon Cable
E. Push the ribbon cable into the socket on the
underside (solder side) of the S.I.U. board.
Make sure the contact “fingers” of the cable
align with the contacts of the connector.
F. Hold the S.I.U. so that the ribbon cable is on the
right, bottom side with the Ribbon Cable extending downwards. Gently push the free end
of the ribbon cable into the S.I.U. socket (CN 1)
on the KSU.
G. Remove the RS232 mounting hole screws and
cover on the right hand side of the KSU. Install
the SIU into the mounting hole and secure with
the 2 screws.
H. Replace the KSU cover.
Any RS232C compatible printer may now be connected to the RS232C port on the 616 FLEX KSU.
500.20
PRINTER INSTALLATION
Figure 500.2 illustrates the standard pin configuration used with the STARPLUS 616 FLEX system in
connecting display devices. An RS-232C type connector is provided on the right side of the KSU for
quick connection on an 80 character printer or other
receiving device. The 29 and 80 character format is
programmable in the customer data base. The receive transmission speed of the connected terminal
can be set at either 300 baud or 1200 baud to match
the programmable
data output speed of the key
system. The output speed is set in the customer data
base programming. Refer to your printer installation
instructions for further information on connecting a
printer or display device.
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Message
SYSTEM
Detail Recording
The SMDR feature provides a detailed record of all
outgoing and/or incoming, all calls or long distance
only calls exceeding 30 seconds. This feature is
enabled in customer data base programming.
If the
SMDR feature is enabled, information begins recording when the call starts and terminates when the
call ends. If the call was longer than 30 seconds, the
information is queued for printing.
The SMDR feature will retain a queue of the last 16
“requests”. This ensures that the most recent records are retained in the event of terminal failure (i.e.
paper alarm, disconnected, etc.). If using a printer
to display the customer database, call records will
continue to print in between the display of the database. A header detailing the SMDR information
prints out after every 66 records.
500.21
A.
SINGLE LINE STATION
(SW
Site Planning
ADAPTER
and Unpacking
The SLA adapter is housed in a self contained wall
mounted enclosure that houses all the necessary
circuitry and programmed instructions for complete
operation of a SLT or compatible device to a Starplus
“flatpack” type (308EX, 616EX, 616 FLEX, or
1224EX) Key service unit. Refer to Figure 500.10 for
a typical installation layout.
B. Option Strap
For proper operation, the SLA option strap must be
set to correspond to the system in which the SLA is
intended to operate. To set this option the cover must
be removed. Loosen the two screws (one on each
side) and lift off the cover. When installing the SLA
behind the 616 FLEX, a SW1 setting of ‘2’ (SP 616)
or ‘3’ (SP1224) will provide proper operation. SW1
setting ‘2’ will allow button mapping of buttons 17-22
(codes 81-86 only). SW1 setting ‘3’ will allow access
to buttons 17-22 (codes 81-86) and buttons l-6
(codes 87-92) for use with some applications. (Refer
to Figure 500.11). Do not replace the cover until the
unit is mounted on the wall.
C. Wall Mounting the SLA
Locate a suitable area for wall mounting the SLA that
is within 100 ft of the KSU and is in close proximity
to the MDF. Mount the SLA to the wall, using the SLA
as a guide mark the wall in the location of the two
snowman holes. Drill two holes in the backboard
and drive the mounting screws into each drilled hole,
leaving the screw heads approximately 3/16” from
the wall. Align the snowman holes on the back of
the SLA with the screws and slide the SLA on the
wall. Tighten the screws to secure the SLA to the
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Figure 500.9 for size and dimensions.
D. Wiring
The SLA is designed with screw terminals to make
connection to the KSU via the MDF simple. This can
be done riaht at the MDF usina cross connect wire
to make connection between the punch down blocks
and the SLA. Before attempting to make connections remove the plastic safety strip from the terminals. Refer to Figure 500.12 for wiring connections.
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The installer should exercise caution when
connecting a SLA while system power is
ON. Also the proper polarity of the wired
connections must be maintained for proper
operation.
KSU Station (input)
Using Cross connect wire connect from the station
block (Jl or J2) to the “INPUT 1” or “INPUT 2”.
Connect all four (4) leads from a station circuit (VT,
VR, DT, and DR leads) to the corresponding input
screw terminal. When connecting the leads into the
SLA, strip i/4 of an inch of wire before inserting into
the screw terminal.
The SLA communicates to the KSU on the INPUT 1
port only, therefore when installing only one port the
SLA Input 1 connector must be used. When installing both SLA ports KSU “sister” station ports must
be used i.e. KSU station port 03 and 04 or 05 and 06
or 07 and 08 etc...). It is not recommended that KSU
station port 01 be used for SLA applications, as this
port serves as the system programming port.
Single Line Telephone wiring (output)
From the SLA adapter cross connect the SL leads
(Tip and Ring) to the station block where the home
run cable of the SLT device is terminated.
E. SLA Programming
It is necessary to program the system for proper SLA
operation. Refer to Station Configuration, Station ID,
Sec. 610.8 for programming procedures.
500.22
SYSTEM
POWER-UP AND INSTALLATION
CHECKUST
Prior to actual power-up and initialization, the key
system should be checked over to avoid start up
delays or improper loading. A step-by-step checklist
is provided for this purpose:
A. Ensure that the KSU is properly grounded according to the instructions in Sec. 500.3.
B. Inspect the MDF for shorted wiring or improper
polarity that would affect the Key telephones.
C. Make sure that plug-ended MDF cables to the
KSU are secure and are plugged into the correct position.
D. Make sure the Program Module is seated firmly
in its socket.
E. Plug the AC power cord into the dedicated 117
VAC outlet.
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Data
Receive
Data
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CTS
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DSR
to Send)
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to Send)
Set Ready)
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GND
7
DTR
(Data
Terminal
7
Ready)
RS-232C PINOUT
Data Communication
Requirements
A) Serial Port Compatible
B) ASCII Code Compatible
C) 8 Data Bits and 1 Stop Bit
D) No Parity
are:
Figure 500.2 - RS232C Connections
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Table 500.2 SMDR Printout
The SMDR feature provides detailed records of all outgoing and/or incoming, long distance only or all calls
exceeding 30 seconds. This feature is enabled or disabled in system programming. By default, SMDR is not
enabled and is set to record long distance calls only. A printout format of 80 characters maximum or 29
character maximum may be selected in system programming.
The standard format is 69 characters on a
single line. A 29 character format will generate 3 lines per message. If the SMDR feature is enabled, the
system starts collecting information about the call as soon as it starts and terminates when the call ends. If
the call was longer then 30 seconds, the following information is printed:
29 character
format
RR BE HH:tltl:SS
cc....................cc
DD....DD
selected
HH:tltl
tltl/DD/YY
10 01 00:01:58
14:04 11/20/90
12345678901234567890123~
12345678
80 character
format
STQ CO TOTRL
selected
STFlRT
DFlTE
DI QLED
ACCOUNT
10 01 00:01:58
14:OL) 11/20/90
12345678901234567890123'+:12345678
RA 88 HH:tlfl:SS
HH:tlfl
CC....................CC:DD....DD
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AA = The two digit originating station field (10 through 25)
BB = The two digit field identifying the accessed CO line (01 through 06)
HH:MM:SS = The call duration field showing the hours, minutes and seconds.
HH:MM: = The time of call origin. Shown in hours, and minutes.
MM/DD/YY = The date of call origin. Shown as Month, Day and Year.
CC....CC = The dialed telephone number (up to 24 digits)
DD....DD = The Account Code number (up to 8 digits)
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MOUNTING
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MOUNTED
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Figure 500.4 - Processor or Power Failure Transfer
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SYSTEM
MUSIC
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EPVR
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EPCTL
MAKE
CONTROL
EPCTL
SENSING
CIRCUIT
(OPEN OR CLOSED)
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RINGER
46
LBC
1R
LOUD BELL
CONTROL
1
Contact
Rating
24 VDC
id;
CUSTOMER
VOLTAGE
Figure 500.5 - External Connections
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PROVIDED
SOURCE
DC
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Red (+)
BBU Charger
+
Battery #2
24 VDC
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F---
Low Voltage Plug Outputs
CONNECT
TO KSU
MATE-N-LOCK
CONNECTOR
RED
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BA-ITERY
BACKUP
AC CH BA
000
/(AC
power is ON)
CH LED lit (Batteries are Charging)
BA LED lit (System working on Batteries)
Figure 500.6 - Battery Backup Unit (BBU) Installation
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MOUNTING
SCREWS
RS232C
CONNECTOR
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OFF
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RCU
CN2
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Table 500.3 J-l Connecting
SYSTEM
Block Layout
2 pair twisted
Station Cable
Function
MDF Cable
Connector
Pin #
GREEN
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
WWBL
BLMIH
WI-t/OR
ORANH
VT1
VRI
DTI
DRI
WWBL
BUWH
WH/OR
OFUWH
26
1
27
2
GREEN
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
WWBL
BUWH
WWOR
OR/WH
VT2
VR2
DT2
DR2
WWGN
GN/WH
WWBN
BN/WH
26
3
29
4
GREEN
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
WWBL
BLiWH
WWOR
ORMIH
VT3
VR3
DT3
DR3
WWSL
SLA’VH
RD/BL
BURD
30
5
31
6
GREEN
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
WWBL
BLIWH
WWOR
ORA’VH
VT4
VR4
DT4
DR4
RD/OR
OWRD
RD/GN
GN/RD
32
7
33
6
GREEN
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
WWBL
BVWH
WWOR
ORIWH
VT5
VR5
DT5
DR5
RD/BN
BN/RD
RD/SL
SURD
34
9
35
10
GREEN
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
WWBL
BUWH
WWOR
OFUWH
VT6
VR6
DT6
DR6
BK/BL
BUBK
BWOR
ORIBK
36
11
37
12
GREEN
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
WWBL
BLIWH
WWOR
OFUWH
VT7
VR7
DT7
DR7
BWGN
GN/BK
BK/BN
BN/BK
38
13
39
14
GREEN
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
WWBL
BUWH
WWOR
OFUWH
VT8
VR8
DT8
DR8
BWSL
SUBK
YUBL
BLIYL
40
15
41
16
MUSIC-ON-HOLD
MOH
MOH
YUOR
ORIYL
42
17
EXTERNAL
PAGE (VOICE)
EPVT
EPVR
YUGN
GNIYL
43
18
EXTERNAL
PAGE (DRY CONTACT)
EPCTL
EPCTL
YUBN
BNIYL
44
19
ALARM
ALMT
ALMR
YUSL
SUYL
45
20
LOUD BELL CONTROL CONTACT
LBCIT
LBCI R
VIIBL
BWI
46
21
Telephone
Line Cord
Station #
Port 01
Station 10
Port 02
Station 11
Port 03
Station 12
Port 04
Station 13
Port 05
Station 14
Port 06
Station 15
Port 07
Station 16
Port 08
Station 17
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Telephone
Line Cord
Station 18
Port 10
Station 19
Port 11
Station 20
Port 12
Station 21
Port 13
Station 22
Port 14
Station 23
Port 15
Station 24
Port 16
Station 25
Block Layout
2 pair twisted
Station Cable
Function
GREEN
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
WHIBL
BUWH
WH/OR
OFUNH
VT1
VR 1
DT 1
DRI
WWBL
BUWH
WWOR
OWWH
26
1
27
2
GREEN
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
WH/BL
BLIWH
WH/OR
OFUWH
VT2
VR2
DT2
DR2
WWGN
GN/WH
WWBN
BN/WH
28
3
29
4
GREEN
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
WWBL
BWH
WH/OR
OFUWH
VT3
VR3
DT3
DR3
WWSL
SL/WH
RD/BL
BURD
30
5
31
6
GREEN
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
WWBL
BL/WH
WH/OR
ORiWH
VT4
VR4
DT4
DR4
RD/OR
OWRD
RD/GN
GN/RD
32
7
33
8
GREEN
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
WHIBL
BUWH
WH/OR
OWWH
VT5
VR5
DT5
DR5
RD/BN
BN/RD
RD/SL
SURD
34
9
35
10
GREEN
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
WHIBL
BWH
WH/OR
OFVWH
VT6
VR6
DT6
DR6
BK/BL
BUBK
BWOR
OWBK
36
11
37
12
GREEN
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
WWBL
BL/WH
WH/OR
ORIWH
VT7
VR7
DT7
DR7
BWGN
GN/BK
BWBN
BN/BK
38
13
39
14
GREEN
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
WWBL
BLIWH
WH/OR
OR/WH
VT8
VR8
DT8
DR8
BWSL
SUBK
YUBL
BLIYL
40
15
41
16
Station #
Port 09
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VT 1
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DT 1
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VT2
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DT2
DR2 I
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PHONE BOX
GREEN (TIP) +24V
BK
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RD GN
KEY TELEPHCNE
MODULAR
LINE CORD
BLACK (GND)
YELLOW (GND)
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CONNECTIONS
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PORT 01
PORT 02
STA 10
STA 11
PORT 09
PORT 10
STA18
STA 19
PORT 03
04
PORT 05
PORT 06
12
STA 13
STA 14
STA 15
PORT 12
11
PORT 13
PORT 14
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24
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Cross-Connect
Wiring
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SECTION 600
DATA BASE PROGRAMMING
INTRODUCTION
600.1
The STARPLUS 616 FLEX Key Telephone System
can be programmed to meet each customer’s individual needs. All programming is done at Station 10
(Port 01) using the Enhanced or Executive model
key telephone as the programming instrument.
A BASIC model telephone cannot be used.
Displays have been incorporated to aid in programming, therefore it is strongly recommended that the
Executive telephone be used to make programming
easier.
NOTE
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It is not required to have an RCU installed in
the system to view the programming displays
When the program mode is entered, the key telephone being used no longer operates as a telephone
but as a programming
instrument with all of the
buttons redefined. The keys of the dial pad are used
to enter data fields (program codes) associated with
system, station and CO line features. CO line buttons and station buttons are used to determine CO
line access, assign class of service, determine station features, indicate stations, line group numbers,
CO line configuration, system features, toll tables,
etc.
At the time the system is installed it must be initialized to load default data into memory. See Table
600.1 for default data. If this pre-programming suits
the customer, initialization is all that is needed.
Any time data is to be changed, the program mode
must be entered and then the individual data field
(program code). A data field can be entered to
determine current programming or to change a specific feature within that field.
During programming, the other key telephones in the
system operate normally. If a data field is entered
but nothing is changed, or changed but not entered
into memory (pressing HOLD), the previous data will
remain intact upon leaving that data field. Data fields
can be entered at random.
In many of the data fields, programming is sequential, i.e. upon completing the programming of one CO
line or one station, the next line or station will automatically light up for programming.
If no changes
are to be made in the next line or station, simply exit
the data field by either leaving the program mode
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(pressing the ON/OFF button to OFF) or entering
another data field. This is done by pressing the
asterisk (*) and entering that program code.
When programming features, tones are provided to
help the programmer determine if a correct or incorrect entry has been made. A solid one second, tone
indicates the data was accepted.
An interrupted
tone means an error was made. When this occurs,
re-enter the data field and try again. Until new data
is entered and accepted, the system will continue to
operate under default or previously entered values.
When the hold button is pressed to enter data, that
data will be stored in a temporary buffer area. Data
is not entered into system memory and has no effect
on telephone operation until the program mode is
exited. This is done by pressing the ON/OFF button
to OFF. Then the data in the temporary buffer is
copied into permanent memory. It is at this point that
programming affects telephone operation. Until the
programming mode has been exited, the system will
operate under default or previously programmed
data.
Some features must have more than one data field
programmed for that feature to work. Where this is
the case, it will be stated in the instructions.
600.2
CUSTOMER DATA WORKSHEETS
Before any attempt at programming is made, it is
strongly recommended
that customer data worksheets be prepared. These worksheets should become part of the permanent record of customer
programming.
Refer to the following sections when
preparing the worksheets.
600.3
DATA BASE FIELDS
The data fields are used to set system timers, determine central office line features and key telephone
features. Table 600.1 lists the default values, which
are pre-programmed
into the system, and the data
fields (program codes). When entering CO line data
and station data, be sure to enter the exact number
of digits specified. The data fields and features are
further described in the following paragraphs.
600.4
PROGRAM MODE ENTRY
Programming is always done at station port 01 using
either the Enhanced or Executive key telephone.
The Basic Telephone cannot be used for programming. Programming is aiways done at this station
regardless of the class of service or intercom number
assigned to this station or which station has been
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Table 600.1 - Data Fields and Default Values
Field Description
Station Configuration
Station Class of Service
Station Features 1:
Do Not Disturb
S stem Speed Dial Access
A&m/Phone
Box Signaling
Preferred Line Answer
Call Forwarding
Auto Select
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Statiooa~si$ures 2:
Pagin Access
Flexible S Pation Numbers
Flexible Button Assignment
Station Pa e Groups
Station Pit ii up Groups
Tele hone ID:
i asic Telephones
Single Line Adapter (SLA)
CO Line Configuration
CO Line Groups
CO Line Settings:
Line Type
Line Signaling
Toll Override
Private Line
Data Field
All stations set at COS 1
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Toll
Toll
Toll
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Table
Table
Table
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Allow
Deny
Allow
Deny
A
A
B
B
Allowed at all stations
Access allowed at all Stations
No stations assigned
Disabled at all stations
Allowed at all stations
Enabled at all stations
Disabled at all stations
Allowed at all stations
Sequential, Sta 10 on DSS button 1
Buttons 1-l 6=Stations 1 O-25
Buttons 17-22=CO Lines 1-6
All stations in Group 1
All stations in Group 1
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None Assigned
None Assigned
All CO lines in Group 1
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All lines assigned as CO lines
All CO lines set at DTMF
Disabled for all CO lines
None assigned
All ring at attendant station 10
All ring at attendant station t 10 1
2 seconds
300 msec.
60/40, 10 pps
5.0 seconds
CO Line Ringing - Day
CO Line Ringing - Night
Flash Timer
CO Rin Detect
Dial Pu Pse
Ring Time-out Timer
System Configuration
System Features:
CO Line Queuing
Hold Preference
Alarm Detection
Alarm Signaling
Automatic Privacy
Alarm Enable
BGM Enable
Timers:
Exclusive Hold Recall
System Hold Recall
Transfer Recall Timer
Messa e Reminder Tone
Pause s imer
Executive/Secretary
Pairs
Loud Bell Control/A-Lead
PBX Dial Codes
Attendant Position
Preset Forward Rin Timer
Preset Call Forwar 2
Conference Timer
Station Message Detail Recording
SMDR/Baud Rate/Print Format
Default Entry
Sub Field
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Allowed at all stations
Prima hold is system
Clos J loop
Continuous tone
ErA;cdat
all stations
Disabled
60 seconds
60 seconds
30 seconds
Disabled (00)
2 seconds
None assigned
None assigned
None assigned
Station 10 IS attendant
30 seconds
None assigned
15 minutes
Enabled for all lines
All call/ 300 baud/29 char.
None
None
None
None
assigned
assigned
assigned
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assigned as the attendant.
To enter the program mode, the programmer must
first verify that the key telephone is properly connected to station port 01.
1. Press ON/OFF button to ON (button lights &
intercom dial tone is heard).
2. On the dial pad, press the asterisk (*) twice.
3. On the dial pad, enter [5-6-2-31 (LOAD). Confirmation tone is heard. Dial tone is removed.
4. The HOLD button & the ON/OFF button will be
lit.
To initialize the system and set all parameters to their
default values:
1. Enter the programming mode. (Refer to steps
1-4, Sec. 600.4).
2. Press the asterisk (*) once.
3. On the dial pad, enter the numbers [4-6-4-81
(INIT).
4. Press the HOLD button. Confirmation tone is
heard. Default data is now loaded.
To default only portions of the database, use the
following program codes instead of the initialization
code (l 4648) .
NOTE
l OO for station data only.
The programming mode may not be entered
if the Attendant Station is currently active in
the Flexible Station Numbering
mode
[*‘STAT].
l l 0 for CO line data only.
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The system is ready to program (other key telephones connected to the system continue to operate
normally).
l * Initialize
here if necessary. (See Section Below)
5. Press the asterisk (‘) once.
6. Dial the two-digit program code for the desired
data field.
7. Enter customer data.
8. To load the entered data, press the HOLD
button. A burst of one second confirmation
tone should be heard. If an interrupted (error)
tone is heard, re-enter the data starting with
step 5.
9. Repeat from step 5 until all data has been
stored.
To exit the program mode, press the ON/OFF button
(light will extinguish).
All new data now becomes
effective and operational.
600.5
INITIALIZATION
The system has been pre-programmed with certain
features which are called default data. These features are loaded into memory when the system is
initialized. The system should be initialized when
installed or at any time the data base has been
corrupted.
SYSTEM
‘20 for system data only.
l 30 for flexible buttons only.
l 40 for toll tables only.
To load default data into system memory, leave the
Programming mode (press ON/OFF button to OFF).
RESET FUNCTION
600.6
From time to time, it may be necessary to reset the
system to clear meantime errors. As with any computer device, errors can build up and occasionally
cause erratic operation. This procedures DOES
NOT initialize the system data base. To clear accumulated errors and reset the svstem:
1. Enter the Program mode.2. Press the asterisk (*) once.
3. Dial [7-3-7-81 (REST) on the dial pad.
4. Press the HOLD button. Confirmation tone is
heard, then the system will perform a reset.
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NOTE
The programming station will return to normal keyset operation after the reset.
Proper Initialization is required when installing a new system.
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STATION CONFIGURATION
610.1
STATION
CLASS OF SERVICE
PROGRAMMING
STEPS
Make sure you have entered the programming mode
(Sec. 600.4).
If you wish to change the Class of Service of a
station, dial an (*) asterisk & [01] on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
1. Press the button of the station to be assigned a
class of service.
2. Then press appropriate button for the class of
service being assigned to that station - see
below. By default all stations are assigned
Class of Service 1 (unrestricted).
3. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. The next station button will light
for programming.
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DESCRIPTION
Each station must be assigned a class of service
which determines the type of calls a station may
make. There are 2 Toll Restriction tables labeled A
and B in which you may enter long distance numbers
to be allowed or denied (Refer to Section 630.13).
- Class 1 = Unrestricted
- Class 2 = Follows entries in Allow & Deny
Table A
- Class 3 = Follows entries in Allow & Deny
Table B
- Class 4 = Allows 7 digits maximum, denies
“0” or “1” as the first digit dialed
- Class 5 = Intercom & paging only
- Class 6 = Receive only/Phone Box (no dialing)
Tables A & B must be programmed
in order for
COS2 and COS3 to function.
Default: All Stations are assigned COSl (LED ON)
Related Programming:
When a CO line is marked PBX, COS restrictions
apply to the station only if one of 4 PBX Codes are
dialed first, Refer to Sec. 630.5.
Stations must be programmed to receive phone
box/alarm signaling, Refer to Sec. 610.2; and must
also be programmed with the corresponding station
button of the phone box, Refer to Set 610.5
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610.2
STATION
FEATURES
PROGRAMMING
1
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starting to program
here, enter the program mode first (Sec. 600.4).
If station features are to be changed, dial an asterisk
(‘) and [02] on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
1. Press the button of the station to be programmed.
2. Toggle the following program buttons ON or
OFF, depending on what features that station
is to be given.
If LED is ON, feature
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If LED is OFF, feature
3. When all changes have
HOLD button. The next
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is enabled
is disabled
been made, press the
station button will light
BUlTONS
DESCRIPTION
Station features are described as follows:
Do Not Disturb (DND)
A yes entry (LED on) indicates this station is allowed
the Do Not Disturb feature. The programmed Attendant cannot have DND.
Default: Do Not Disturb is enabled at all Stations
(LED ON)
Speed Dial (System)
A yes entry (LED on) indicates this station is allowed
access to system speed dial numbers. The last 20
numbers (bins 30-49) are not monitored by toll restriction. Refer to toll restriction tables, Sec. 630.13,
and programming
system speed numbers, Sec.
630.19.
Default: Speed Dial access is enabled at all Stations
(LED ON)
Alarm/Phone
Box Signaling
The system can transmit an alarm signal to all available (non-busy) keysets which have been programmed to receive an audible signal. The LED on
indicates the alarm is enabled; if unlit it is disabled.
In the event of an alarm condition, the system must
be reset by first clearing the alarm condition on the
external system and then dialing the alarm reset
code on the dial pad.
These stations will also receive an alert tone from a
phone box.
NOTE:
A STATION BUTTON MUST BE ASSIGNED TO PHONES RECEIVING PHONE BOX
RINGING, Refer to Sec. 670.5
Related Programming:
Refer to Sec. 630.1 to enable alarm signaling and to
program alarm detection & signaling.
Default: Alarm/Phone Box Signaling is disabled at
all Stations (LED OFF)
Preferred Line Answer
Stations can be given the ability to answer incoming
outside line calls, transferred & recalling lines and
line queues by simply going off-hook.
Default: Preferred Line Answer is disabled at all
Stations (LED OFF)
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STEPS
DESCRIPTION
Call Forward (Station)
Stations can be allowed or denied the ability to have
incoming, intercom and transferred outside lines
forwarded to another station.
Default: Station Call Forward is enabled at all Stations (LED ON)
Auto Select
This feature allows a user to press an idle CO line
button and have that line automatically seized and
dial tone received through the speaker. The user
can then dial manually or select a station or speed
number.
Default: Auto Select is enabled at all Stations (LED
ON)
Related Programming:
Refer to Flexible Button Programming, Sec. 610.5.
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PROGRAMMING
2
STEPS
To program further station features, dial an asterisk
(*) and [03] on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following
display:
1. Press the button of the station to be programmed.
2. Then toggle the following program buttons ON
or OFF, depending on what features that station
is to be given.
If LED is ON, feature
If LED is OFF, feature
3. When all changes have
HOLD button. The next
for programming.
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is enabled
is disabled
been made, press the
station button will light
DESCRIPTION
Additional station features are described as follows:
Headset
This feature allows a station user to enable headset
mode at the station by dialing a code [41] or pressing
a programmed flex button.
Default: Headset operation is disabled at all Stations (LED OFF)
Paging Access Restriction
Stations can be denied the ability to make page
announcements.
If a station is to be denied paging
access, do not use Class of Service 6 to accomplish
this.
Default: By default, all stations are allowed to access paging resources. (LED ON)
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STATION NUMBERS
PROGRAMMING
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starting to program
here, enter the program mode first.
If station intercom numbers are to be changed, dial
an asterisk (*) and [04] on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
1. Press the PORT* button of the station whose
intercom number is to be changed (LED will
flash).
‘Port = the sequence in which the telephones
are connected to the main switching unit. The
LCD display will indicate the intercom number
associated to each port. To view stations, press
a PORT button, then its assigned intercom
button.
DESCRIPTION
This feature allows one person to move from one
station to another without changing phones and yet
take all their individual station data including intercom number with them. This feature can also be
programmed by the Attendant Station. Refer to Sec.
300.56 for programming instructions.
However, Station 10 (Port 01) always remains the
programming port regardless of the intercom number assigned to it.
The system does not allow duplicate or unassigned
numbers.
If this happens, error tone will be heard
when entering the data.
For example, if a station with an intercom number of
16 is moved to where station intercom number 10
was; then station intercom number 10 must be
moved somewhere.
10 could be moved to where 23
was and 23 moved to where 16 was. This way all
circuits have a unique intercom number.
This feature requires the user to know the “PORT”
orthe station requesting to be changed (The LCD
will provide this information).
Remember:
Ports
NEVER change, but station intercom numbers DO.
ONLY one station can be in programming or Attendant changing stations at any one time.
NOTE:
The entire system must be idle before
changes made in station numbers will take effect.
Default: By default Port 1 is assigned Intercom
Port Button Mapping
2. Press the station button of the intercom number
it is to be changed to. Confirmation tone will be
heard. The LCD display will now update to show
Number 10, Port 2 is assigned Intercom Number 11,
etc.
Station Button Mapping
3. Make sure ALL ports are assigned an intercom
number. (ie: a minimum of 2 ports must be
changed.)
Example: Assign Port 01 to Intercom number
12. Then assign Port 03 to Intercom number IO.
4. Repeat steps 1 & 2 to assign additional stations.
5. Press the HOLD button after all changes have
been made. Confirmation tone will be heard.
6. Press ON/OFF button OFF to end sequence.
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PROGRAMMING
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
program codes. If you are starting to program here,
enter the program mode first.
To program your flexible buttons, dial an asterisk (*)
and [OS] on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
1. Dial the two-digit station number (1 O-25) on the
dial pad.
2. Press any button which you want to change.
See the following program buttons:
DESCRIPTION
Each flexible button may be given a general assignment such as multi function button, station button,
CO line button, loop key or pool key.
Multi function buttons are programmed by each individual userto be a DSS (station) button, speed dial
button, page button or mute button.
A multi function button can be programmed in the
system data base as a sfafion button. After entering
a “1: enter the station number desired, and press
HOLD. The station user can erase this programming.
When programming a button as a CO line button, the
line number must also be specified.
When programming a button as a CO line button,
refer to CO line tinging (Sec. 620.3. By default,
Station 10 will ring on a line. However, if Station 10
is not given button access to a line, another station
must be programmed to ring on that line.
When programming a pool button, the line group
number must also be entered.
Default: By default, flexible buttons are assigned as
follows:
BASIC Telephone:
Buttons 1-6 = CO lines 1-6
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Telephone:
Buttons l-l 6 = Stations 1 O-25;
Buttons 17-22 = CO lines l-6
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STEPS
You will see a display like the following:
3. Dial the desired code to assign button function.
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1 = multi (user programmable)
IXX = DSS/BLF (XX= Stations 1 O-25)
2X = CO line (X is a one-digit line number)
3 = Loop Button
4X = pooled group (X is a one-digit line
group number)
4. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. Confirmation tone will be heard.
DESCRIPTION
When programming a button as a pooled group
button, refer to CO line group programming. Pooled
group numbers match CO line group numbers.
Stations should be given a loop button so they can
receive a transferred call on a line for which they
have no button access.
A DSS button MUST be assigned to stations
receiving phone box ringing.
The next sequential button will light for programming
or press the next button to be programmed. Display
will now update such as in the following examples:
Continue programming buttons until the station is
completed, then go back, redial the program code,
and dial the next station number to program that
station’s buttons.
NOTE: To program the flexible buttons on a Basic
Telephone, refer to Sec. 610.8.
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STATION PAGE GROUPS
PROGRAMMING
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starting programming
here, enter the program mode first.
If page groups are to be changed, dial an asterisk (‘)
and [06] on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
1. Press the station button of the station to be
changed.
2. Toggle the program button ON or OFF for the
desired page group.
DESCRIPTION
Each station can be assigned to page groups for the
purpose of receiving page announcements.
There are 2 page groups. Stations can be assigned
to either one or both of the groups or not be assigned
to a group at all and thereby receive no pages.
Stations not assigned to a page group can still make
page announcements
if allowed in station programming, Sec. 610.3. Stations can be assigned.to a
page group but not allowed to make pages (Refer to
Station Configuration,
Station Features 1, Sec.
610.3.)
Default: All Stations are assigned to Page Zone 1
(LED ON). Page Zone 2 is disabled at all stations
(LED OFF)
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If LED is OFF, feature is disabled
3. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. Confirmation tone will be heard.
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PICKUP GROUPS
PROGRAMMING
STEPS
DESCRIPTION
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starting programming
here, enter the program mode first.
If pickup groups are to be changed, dial an asterisk
(*) and [07] on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
Each station can be assigned to pickup groups in
order to pick up tone ringing calls at another station
in the same group.
Incoming CO line calls are
excluded.
There are 2 pickup groups. Stations can be assigned to either one or both of the groups or not be
assigned to a group at all and be unable to pickup
calls ringing at other stations or have calls picked up
from their station.
Default: All Stations are assigned to Pickup Group
1 (LED ON). Pickup Group 2 is disabled at all stations (LED OFF)
1. Press the station button of the station to be
changed.
2. Toggle the program button ON or OFF for the
desired pickup group.
If LED is ON, feature is enabled
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If LED is OFF, feature is disabled
3. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. Confirmation tone will be heard.
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ID
PROGRAMMING
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starting to program
here, enter the program mode first.
Dial an asterisk (*) and [08] on the dial pad
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
1. Press the Station button of the station being
assigned a Basic telephone or an SLX port.
2. Press the Sub-Field button indicated below to
the appropriate type’ of station.
3. Press the HOLD button. Confirmation tone will
be heard and the display will now update.
DESCRIPTION
When connecting either Basic key telephones or a
Single Line Telephone via a Single Line Station
Adapter (SLA) to the 616 FLEX, it is necessary to
program which stations or ports are being used for
these station instruments.
This allows the system software to correctly identify
and process data to and from basic sets and single
line adapters (SLA’s).
This procedure is also useful in aiding troubleshooting the system. The display will indicate whether a
station is correctly connected to the system by displaying the station type. Enhanced and Executive
stations are automatically detected and displayed.
Basic stations and SLA stations MUST be programmed as such. If the system is not receiving a
proper data signal from a station port (i.e. station not
connected), the display will show the port as being
disconnected.
To unassign a Port/Station as a Basic or SLA type
of station, toggle off the Sub-Field button and press
HOLD.
NOTE:
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When installing two (2) SLT’s to a Single
Line Station Adapter (SLA), it is necessary
to assign both “sister” ports/stations as SLA
stations. Refer to Flexible Button Programming, Sec. 610.5 for programming flexible
buttons and to determine the function of
these buttons.
Default: All station ports are assigned as either
Enhanced or Executive key telephones upon system
initialization. Refer to Figure 600.1 for default button
mapping.
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SECTION 620
CO LINE CONFIGURATION
620.1
CO LINE GROUPS
PROGRAMMING
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starting to program
here, enter the program mode first.
To assign CO line groups, dial an asterisk (‘) and
[l l] on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
DESCRIPTION
Six (6) line groups are available for CO line assignment. Trunk Groups should be assigned according
to type (local, FX, WATS, etc.).
Line grouping at7ecf.s queuing; if you queue on a line,
any line in that same group may be made available
to you.
Line groups are used primarily for flexible buttons
assigned as pooled group buttons, Sec. 610.5
Default: All CO Lines are assigned to Group 1.
1. Press the CO line as indicated in the program
buttons below.
2. Then press the button for the CO line group into
which that CO line is to be placed.
3. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button.
Continue programming CO lines until they have all
been placed in a group.
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620.2
PROGRAMMlNG
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
program codes. If you are starting to program here,
enter the program mode first.
if any CO line features are to be changed, dial an
asterisk (*) and [I 21 on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the follow-
1. Press the CO line button of the line to be
programmed.
2. Toggle the program buttons ON or OFF, depending on the CO Line features desired.
If LED is ON, feature is enabled
0 If LED is OFF, feature is disabled
3. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. The next CO Line button will light
for programming.
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DESCRIPTION
The CO Line/PBX features are described as follows:
Line Type (COIPBX)
Each individual outside line can be programmed to
be either a CO line or a PBX line. This should also
be used for identifying Centrex lines.
When marked PBX, a one or two digit dialing code
may be entered after which toll restriction, Sec.
630.5, is applied to the next dialed digit.
Default: All lines are CO Lines (LED ON)
Related Programming:
When programming line type, Refer to CO line group
programming, Sec. 620.1; Flexible button programming, Sec. 610.5; CO line ringing, Sec. 620.3; Flash
timer, Sec. 620.4; and recall timers, Sec. 630.2.
When marked PBX, a one or two-digit dial code may
be entered after which toll restriction, Sec. 630.5, is
applied to the next dialed digit.
Signaling (DTMF/Pulse)
Each individual line can also be programmed as
either DTMF (tone) or dial pulse.
Default: All lines are set for DTMF (LED ON)
Related Programming:
When a line is assigned as dial pulse, you can
program the break/make ratio and dial speed to
match the serving central office, Sec. 620.6. Refer
also to the ring detect timer, Sec. 620.5.
Toll Restriction Override
An outside line may be marked for Toll Override
which allows even restricted stations to dial on this
line.
This feature allows you to give a station a restrictive
COS and also give them a line they can make long
distance calls over. 7%is feature also affects system
speed dial by allowing certain speed numbers fo be
programmed on a specific line.
Default: By default, no lines are marked for toll
override (LED OFF).
Related Programming:
To assign a Class of Service (COS) to stations, Refer
to Sec. 610.1.
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PROGRAMMING
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STEPS
DESCRIPTION
Private Line
A line can be marked as a private line. A private line
cannot be picked up with Universal Night Answer
and will not preset call forward.
The same station can have other CO (outside) lines
that are not marked private which can be programmed to preset forward.
A private line is also created byprogramming
flexible
button assignments so that the private line appears
at one station only.
Default: By default, Private lines is disabled for all
lines (LED OFF)
Related Programming:
To restrict other stations from accessing the private
line, consideration must also be given to Pool button
& CO line group assignments. Assign the private line
to a separate CO line Group. Refer to Flexible button
programming, Sec. 610.5
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CO LINE RINGING
PROGRAMMING
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starting to program
here, enter the program mode first.
Dial an asterisk (*) and [13] on the dial pad for day
ringing stations (14 for night ringing stations).
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
1. Press outside line that is to be programmed.
2. Then press station buttons for stations that are
to ring on that line (each button will light).
3. When all stations have been entered, press the
HOLD button to enter data. The next CO Line
will light for programming.
FLEXIBLE
BUrrON
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DESCRIPTION
Telephones can be assigned to receive incoming
outside line ringing during the day and/or during the
night.
Telephones that ring during the day do not automatically ring at night. They require night ringing programming.
Any number of phones can be assigned to ring
during the day and/or during the night.
Program Code 14 operates the same as Program
Code 13 and is used to assign night ringing stations.
Default: By default, all lines ring at Station IO in both
day & night mode.
Related Programming:
At least one station should be programmed to ring
on a line. Refer to Flexible Button Programming,
Sec. 610.5. Make sure that any station programmed
for Loud Bell Control is assigned ringing for that line.
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SYSTEM
FLASH TIMER
PROGRAMMING
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starting to program
here, enter the program mode first.
If the flash timer is to be changed, dial an asterisk (*)
and [ 151 on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
DESCRIPTION
Flash is a programmable opening on a line for signaling. When using an outside line, flash allows a
user to obtain new dial tone without losing the line.
This is particularly useful behind a PBX or Centrex.
Refer to CO Line Settings, Sec. 620.2; Line Type).
Each CO line is individually programmed for a flash
time. The flash timer is programmed on a per line
basis.
Default: By default, the Flash Timer is set at 2.0
seconds on all lines.
1. Press the CO line which is to be programmed
(see following program buttons).
2. Enter the two-digit timer value on the dial pad
(01-99) which corresponds to 0.1 to 9.9 seconds.
3. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. The next CO Line will automatically be presented for programming.
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SYSTEM
CO RING DETECT
PROGRAMMING
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starting to program
here, enter the program mode first.
If CO Ring Detect timer is to be changed, dial an
asterisk (‘) and [i 61 on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
DESCRIPTION
Theduration of the ringing signal from the CO or PBX
is matched with ringing detection circuitry in the
KSU. The ring detect can range from 200 - 900
milliseconds divided into 100 msec. increments.
Default: Default value for each line is 300 msec.
Ring detect time is programmed on a per CO line
basis.
Related Programming:
When programming the CO Ring Detect timer, Refer
to CO line Settings, Alarm Signaling, Sec. 620.2; and
CO Line ringing programming, Sec. 620.3.
1. Press CO line button for which timer will work.
2. Enter the one-digit timer value on the dial pad
(2-9) which corresponds to 200 to 900 milliseconds.
3. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. The next CO Line will automatically be presented for programming.
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DIAL PULSE
PROGRAMMING
STEPS
,
If pulses per second (pps) and break/make ratios
need to be changed, press the (*) & dial [17] on the
dial pad.
If you have a disolav ohone. vou will see the following:
1. Press CO line button for line which is to be
assigned dial pulse.
2. Then press the appropriate program button.
3. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. The next CO Line will automatically be presented for programming.
DESCRIPTION
Each CO (outside) line can send dial pulse signals
to the receiving central off ice. The break/make ratio
and pulses per second are programmable.
Default: Default is 10 DDS and 60/40 breaWmake
ratio. Default assigns ali60 lines as DTMF.
Related Programming:
This program code is only used when an outside
(CO) line has been programmed for dial pulse. Refer
to CO Line Settings, Alarm Signaling, Sec. 620.2.
When used in Canada, DOC regulations do NOT
allow dial pulse signaling speed to exceed 11
pps with a minimum of 33 msec. make interval
and 54-68 msec. break interval. These requirements are met when the system database is
initialized.
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RING TIME-OUT
PROGRAMMING
TIMER
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starting to program
here, enter the program mode first.
If the Ring Time-out Timer needs to be changed, dial
an asterisk (*) and [18] on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
DESCRIPTION
This feature is used to assign the Ring Time-out time
the system will use for detecting the end of a valid
ring cycle.
Default: By default, the Ring Time-out timer is set at
5.0 seconds.
Related Programming:
1. Enter the two-digit timer value on the dial pad
(40-99) which corresponds to 4.0 to 9.9 seconds.
2. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. Confirmation tone will be heard
and the display will now update.
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SECTION 630
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
SYSTEM FEATURES
630.1
PROGRAMMING
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starling to program
here, enter the program mode first.
To change any system feature, dial an asterisk (‘)
and 1211 on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
1. Toggle the program buttons ON or OFF, depending on the desired features.
If LED is ON, feature is enabled
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If LED is OFF, feature is disabled
2. When all changes have been made, press the
HdLD button. Confirmation tone will be heard.
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DESCRIPTION
The System Configuration features are as follows:
Line Queuing
If this button is lit, CO line queuing is allowed on a
system basis. Stations queuing a line are recalled
according to the line group requested.
Default: By default, Queuing is allowed at all stations (LED ON)
Related Programming:
Refer to CO line group programming since queuing
follows line groups, not individual lines, Sec. 620.1.
Also, refer to Flexible button programming for access to individual lines or groups of lines, Sec. 610.5.
Hold Preference
The system can be programmed to have either
exclusive hold or system hold preferred. If exclusive
hold is preferred, the HOLD button is pressed once
for exclusive hold and twice for system hold when
placing a call on hold. For system hold this is
reversed.
Transfer and conference calls are always placed on
exclusive hold.
Default: By default, Hold Preference is defaulted to
system hold (LED ON).
Related Programming:
Refer to system timer programming for recall times
for both system and exclusive hold.
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Alarm Detection
This feature determines the type of alarm signal
received from an external source. If the LED is lit, it
means the system will detect a closed loop, unlit
means the system will detect an open loop.
Default: By default, Alarm Detection is defaulted to
closed loop (LED ON).
Related Programming:
Refer to Station Configuration, Station Features 1,
Sec. 610.2, alarm/phone box signaling to determine
who will receive alarm signals. Also refer to signaling
and alarm enable/disable in this section.
Note: A flex button can be assigned for monitoring
the alarm.
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630.1
SYSTEM FEATURES
PROGRAMMING
(Cont’d)
STEPS
DESCRIPTION
Alarm Signaling
This feature determines the type of signaling received by the stations.
If the LED is lit, it means a .25s orV.25~ off warble
tone repeated continuously will be given;
If the LED is unlit, it means a single burst of tone ring
(once) will be given. Phone Box ringing is also affected by this feature.
Default: By default, Alarm Signaling is defaulted to
a repeated tone (LED ON).
Related Programming:
Refer to Station Configuration, Station Features 1,
Sec. 610.2, Phone Box/Alarm Ringing; Also refer to
Alarm Enable/Disable.
Automatic Privacy
Privacy is automatically provided on all communications in the system. If desired, the system may be
programmed to eliminate privacy, allowing any station to join in on existing CO line conversations.
A yes entry (LED lit) means that privacy is automatically provided.
To eliminate privacy, toggle the
button so the LED extinguishes.
If privacy is eliminated, only one other station may
join in on an existing conversation.
Default: By default, Privacy is enabled at all stations
(LED ON).
Related Programming:
Alarm Enable/Disable
A yes entry (LED lit) means the system is programmed for alarm. Stations must then be programmed to receive the alarm signal, Sec. 630.1.
You must also choose alarm signaling and alarm
detection, Sec. 630.1.
Default: By default, the Alarm feature is disabled
(LED OFF).
Related Programming:
Refer to Station Configuration, Station Features 1,
Sec. 610.2, Phone Box/Alarm signaling; Also refer
to Alarm Signaling.
Background
Music (BGM)
This feature must be enabled if background music is
supplied to the system.
Default: By default, Background music is disabled
at all stations (LED OFF). Refer to Sec. 500.10
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SYSTEM
TIMERS
PROGRAMMING
STEPS
If you are in the program mode, continue using the
program codes. If you are starting to program here,
enter the program mode first.
A. Exclusive Hold Recall
To change this timer, dial an (*) asterisk and [22] on
the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
DESCRIPTION
This reflects the time before an outside line placed
on exclusive hold will recall the initiating station. If
the call is unanswered
for an additional equal
amount of time, it will recall the attendant and if
unanswered by the attendant will recall all phones in
the system.
Default: By default, the Exclusive Hold Recall Timer
is set at 060 seconds.
Disable: An entry to 000 will disable the timer.
1. Enter the three-digit timer value on the dial pad
(000-255) which corresponds to 000 to 255
seconds. An entry to 000 will disable the timer.
2. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. Confirmation tone will be heard
and the display will now update.
B.
System
Hold Recall
To change this timer, dial an (*) asterisk and [23] on
the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
1. Enter the three-digit timer value on the dial pad
(000-255) which corresponds to 000 to 255
seconds. An entry to 000 will disable the timer.
2. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. Confirmation tone will be heard
and the display will now update.
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This timer reflects the amount of time before an
outside line placed on system hold will recall the
initiating station. If the call is unanswered for an
additional equal amount of time, it will recall the
attendant and if unanswered by the attendant will
recall all phones in the system.
Default: By default, the System Hold Recall Timer
is set at 060 seconds.
Disable: An entry to 000 will disable the timer.
630-3
630.2
TIMERS (Cont’d)
PROGRAMMING
Transfer Recall
C.
STEPS
To change this timer, dial an (*) asterisk and [24] on
the dial pad.
if you have a display phone, you will see the following:
DESCRIPTION This timer reflects the amount of time before an
unanswered transfer is recalled to the station that
initiated it. If the call is still unanswered for an
additional equal amount of time, it will recall the
attendant and if unanswered by the attendant will
recall all phones in the system.
Default: By default, the Transfer Recall Timeris set
at 030 seconds.
Disable: An entry to 000 will disable the timer.
1. Enter the three-digit timer value on the dial pad
(000-255) which corresponds to 000 to 255
seconds. An entry to 000 will disable the timer.
2. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. Confirmation tone will be heard
and the display will now update.
D.
Message
Wait Reminder
Tone
To change this timer, dial an (*) asterisk and [25] on
the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
1. Enter the two-digit timer value on the dial pad
(00-99) which corresponds to 00 to 99 seconds.
An entry to 00 will disable the timer.
2. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. Confirmation tone will be heard
and the display will now update.
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A station with a message waiting can be reminded
at a timed interval with a tone. The tone will continue
until all messages have been answered. The interval can be programmed between 00 and 99 minutes.
This feature can also be utilized to provide an audible
message wait signal to an SLT connected to the
system via an SLA adapter. Keep in mind that this
feature affects all the stations connected to the system.
Default: By default, the Message Wait Reminder
Tone Timer is set at 00 minutes.
Disable: An entry to 00 will disable the timer.
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Pause Timer
To change this timer, dial an (‘) asterisk and [26] on
the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
DESCRIPTION
When dialing a speed number, a timed pause in digit
sending can be inserted into the number. The length
of the pause is controlled by the pause timer and can
be from 1 to 9 seconds.
The length of the pause is important in both system
and station speed dial numbers.
Default: By default, the Pause Timer is set at 2
seconds.
1. Enter the one-digit timer value on the dial pad
(i-9) which corresponds to 1 to 9 seconds.
2. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. Confirmation tone will be heard
and the display will now update.
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EXECUTIVE/SECRETARY
MENTS
PROGRAMMING
ASSIGN-
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starting to program
here, enter the program mode first.
To program Executive/Secretary
assignments, dial
an asterisk (*) and [27] on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following :
1. Press button for desired executive/secretary
pair assignment.
2. Press the station button to select the desired
executive station (LED lights steady).
3. Press the station button to select the desired
secretary station (LED flashes).
4. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. Confirmation tone will be heard.
Select the next Executive/Secretary
pair for
programming.
SUB-FIELD
630-6
SYSTEM
DESCRIPTION
There are 4 sets of Executive/Secretary
pairs available for assignment. When the Executive is busy or
in DND, intercom calls and transferred calls will be
automatically
routed to the designated
secretary(ies).
One executive can go to 4 secretaries, 1 secretary
can answer for 4 executive or 1 executive can be
assigned 1 secretary, etc.
To delete an Executive/Secretary assignment, press
the Executive DSS button twice, and press HOLD
button. Confirmation tone is heard and the display
will clear itself of the assignment.
Default: By default, there are no Executive/Secretary pairs assigned.
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LOUD BELL/CO
LINE CONTROL
PROGRAMMING
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starting to program
here, enter the program mode first.
To program Loud Bell Control/CO Line Control Assignments, dial an asterisk (*) and [28] on the dial
pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
1. LBC button LED is lit. Press CO line button to
program CO Line contact.
2. Press the button of the contact to be programmed.
3. Press the LB6 or CO Line button to indicate
which is being programmed.
4. Then press station (LBC) or CO line (CO Line
Control) button to be assigned.
5. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. Confirmation tone will be heard.
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DESCRIPTION
One set of contacts are available to be assigned
either as Loud Bell Control or as CO Line control.
A Loud Bell contact can be assigned to any station
and will follow the ringing assignments of the assigned station including tone ringing intercom, recalling and transferred CO lines.
A CO Line Control contact can be assigned to any
CO line. When assigned as CO Line Control, the
contact will be ‘closed’ for the duration of the CO Line
connection.
To remove an LBC or CO Line Control assignment,
toggle OFF the station or CO line and press HOLD.
Confirmation tone will be heard.
Default: By default, there are none assigned.
Related Programming:
Remember to assign ringing to any station programmed for Loud Bell Control, Sec. 620.3. Also a
station programmed for CO Line Control indication,
must be given that CO line appearance, Sec. 610.5.
CO LINE CONTROL
BUTTONS
630-7
630.5
PBX DIALING
CODES
PROGRAMMING
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starting to program
here, enter the program mode first.
To enter PBX Dialing codes, dial an asterisk (‘) and
[31] on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
1. Press the program button to assign the first
code.
2. Enter the one or two-digit number on the dial
pad.
The digit [*] and [#] can be entered as part of
PBX or Centrex codes:
- The digit [*I is entered by dialing the digit (‘I
on the dial pad during entry.
- The digit [#] is entered by dialing the digit
[#I on the dial pad during entry.
3. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. The next Sub-Field button must
be pressed for the next PBX code to be programmed.
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DESCRIPTION
Four (4) one or two-digit PBX access codes can be
entered into system memory.
When dialed they
signal the system that an access code is being dialed
and that toll restriction is to be applied at the next
dialed digit.
If one of the codes is not dialed, toll restriction does
not apply. This allows dialing of PBX extensions 100,
110,111, etc.
NOTE: To delete an entry, the HOLD button must
be pressed twice. If viewing the PBX codes, the
HOLD button must be pressed before leaving the
program code.
Default: By default, no PBX codes have been assigned.
Related Programming:
In order to use this feature, lines must be programmed as PBX lines (Sec. 620.2) before these
codes will apply.
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ATTENDANT
POSITION
PROGRAMMfNG
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starting to program
here, enter the program mode first.
If you wish to change the attendant position, dial an
asterisk (‘) and [32] on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
1. Press the station button of the station to be
assigned as the system attendant. (LED will
light steady)
2. Press the HOLD button. Confirmation tone will
be heard.
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DESCRIPTION
One station must be assigned as the attendant for
CO line recalls and placing the system into night
service by pressing the DND button. Therefore the
attendant position does not have the Do Not Disturb
feature.
System speed numbers as well as system date and
time are entered at the attendant station. The attendant can override stations in DND with the Camp On
feature.
Default: By defauft, Station 10 is assigned as the
attendant position.
Related Programming:
Refer to Station Configuration, Station Features 1,
Do Not Disturb, Sec. 610.2; System Configuration,
Timers, Recall Timers, Sec. 630.2; and CO Line
Configuration,
CO line ringing assignments, Sec.
620.3.
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PRESET FORWARD
PROGRAMMING
SYSTEM
RING TIMER
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starting to program
here, enter the program mode first.
If you wish to set this timer, dial an asterisk (‘) and
1331 on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
DESCRIPTION
This timer determines the amount of time a call will
ring into a station before automatically forwarding to
the predetermined station.
Default: By default, the Preset Forward Ring Timer
is set at 30 seconds.
Disable: An entry of 00 will disable the timer. If the
timer is disabled, the preset forward will NOT work,
and the call will not forward.
Related Programming:
Refer to Preset Call Forward programming,
Sec.
630.8.
1. Enter the two-digit timer value on the dial pad
(01-99) which corresponds to 01 to 99 seconds.
2. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. Confirmation tone will be heard.
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PRESET CALL FORWARD
PROGRAMMING
STEPS
If you wish to assign a preset forward position to a
station, dial an (‘) asterisk and [34] on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
1. Press
given
2. Then
which
3. When
HOLD
the station button for the station being
a preset forward position.
press the station button of the station
is to receive the forwarded ringing.
all changes have been made, press the
button. Confirmation tone will be heard.
DESCRIPTION
Ringing CO lines can be forwarded to another predetermined station if the original station is busy or
does not answer. These lines will ring for a programmed period of time before forwarding. During
this time the busy station will hear muted ringing.
An unlimited number of assignments can be made
but an individual station can have only one preset
forward assignment.
A station may receive an unlimited number of forwards.
To remove an assignment, first press the station with
the preset forward assignment, then press that station a second time and press HOLD.
Default: By default, no stations are assigned a
preset forward station.
Related Programming:
Refer to Flexible Button programming, Sec. 610.5.
If a station has a preset forward to another station,
that station must be programmed to have access to
the forwarded line. Also that station must be programmed to ring on that line, Sec. 620.3.
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SYSTEM
TIMER
PROGRAMMING
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starting to program
here, enter the program mode first.
If you wish to change the conference timer, dial an
asterisk (‘) and [35] on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
DESCRIPTION
This timer reflects the amount of time a conference
circuit will remain active if the initiator of the conference is no longer in a multi line conference.
The Time-out clock is aufomafically reset to zero
whenever the conference initiator fe-enters the conference.
A warning tone will be presented to the remaining
users 15 seconds prior to shutdown.
Default: By default, the Conference Timer is set at
15 minutes.
Disable: An entry of 00 will disable the timer.
1. Enter the two-digit timer value on the dial pad
(01-99) which corresponds to 01 to 99 minutes.
2. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. Confirmation tone will be heard.
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STATION MESSAGE
CORDING (SMDR)
PROGRAMMING
DETAILED
SYSTEM
REDESCRIPTION
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starting to program
here, enter the program mode first.
If you wish to disable SMDR, dial an asterisk (*) and
136) on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the follow-
1. Press CO line(s) for which SMDR is to be
disabled or enabled.
Station Message Detail Recording is an optional
feature that allows customers to keep track of either
all calls or only long distance calls both incoming and
outgoing by CO line, number dialed, time of day,
date, station that placed the call, duration of call and
account code if used.
A Real Time Clock Unit (RCU) and Serial Interface
Unit (SIU) must be installed for this feature to work.
Refer to Sec. 500.18 and Sec. 500.19 for additional
information.
Default: By default, all CO (outside) lines are enabled (LED ON) for SMDR recording.
Related Programming:
SMDR Format (*37): All Calls/LD only (*37); Baud
Rate (‘37).
If LED is ON, CO line(s) is enabled for SMDR
recording.
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If LED is OFF, CO line(s) is disabled for
SMDR recording.
2. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. Confirmation tone will be heard.
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SMDR (Cont’d)
PROGRAMMING
DESCRIPTION
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starting to program
here, enter the program mode first.
A. SMDR All Call/Long Distance
To determine what calls are to be recorded, baud
rate and print format, dial an asterisk (*) and [37j on
the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
1. Press the Sub-Field button to determine if all
calls are to be recorded or just long distance
calls.
Station Message Detail Recording is an optional
feature that allows customers to keep track of either
all calls or only long distance calls both incoming and
outgoing by CO line, number dialed, time of day,
date, station that placed the call, duration of call and
account code if used.
SMDR can be programmed to record all calls, both
incoming and outgoing or it can be programmed to
record only outgoing long distance.
Long distance calls are calls of over 7 digits or calls
that begin with a “0” or a “I”.
A Real Time Clock Unit (KU) and Serial Interface
Unit (SIU) must be installed for this feature to work.
Refer to Sec. 500.18 and 500.19 for additional information.
Default: By default, All Calls are recorded (LED ON).
Related Programming:
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If LED is OFF, Long Distance is enabled
e If LED is ON, All Calls is enabled
8.
SMDR Baud Rate
1. Press the Sub-Field
baud rate.
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C.
button to determine
the
The baud rate can be set at 300 or 1200 baud.
Default: By default, the Baud Rate is set at 309 Baud
(LED ON).
If LED is OFF, 1200 Baud is enabled
If LED is ON, 300 Baud is enabled
SMDR Print Format
1. Press the Sub-Field
print format.
button to determine
the
If LED is ON, 80 Character print format is
enabled
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If LED is OFF, 29 Character format is enabled
2. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. Confirmation tone will be heard.
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Print format can be set at either 29 characters or 80
characters.
Default: By default, the print format is 29 characters
(LED OFF)
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DATA BASE PRINTOUT
PROGRAMMING
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starting to program
here, enter the program mode first.
If you wish to print out a copy of the data base, or
any part of the data base, dial an asterisk (*) and [38]
on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
DESCRIPTION
This feature requires the Serial Interface Unit (SIU)
be installed in the KSU. Refer to Sec. 500.19 for
installation instructions.
A printer must be connected to the RS-232C port of
the KSU for a data base printout.
Refer to Section 640 for Data Base printout examples and definitions.
1. Press one of the following program buttons
depending on what information is needed in the
printout.
2. Press the HOLD button to begin printing. Confirmation tone will be heard.
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SYSTEM
SYSTEM TIME & DATE FORMAT
PROGRAMMING
DESCRIPTION
STEPS
If you are in the programming mode, continue using
the program codes. If you are starting to program
here, enter the program mode first.
If you wish to change the format of the LCD display,
dial an asterisk (‘) and [39] on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
1. Press the desired program button to determine
the display format.
If LED(s) is on, 12 hr, MM/DD/YY
enabled
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If LED(s) is off, 24 hr, DD/MM/YY
enabled
2. When all changes have been made,
HOLD button. Confirmation tone will
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This program controls the LCD display format of the
time and date.
This feature requires that a Real Time Clock Unit
(KU) be installed. Refer to Sec. 500.18 or installation instructions.
The actual time and date is programmed
at the
attendant station.
Default: By default, the time is set at the 12 hour
clock with a range of 1-l 2 (LED ON).
This feature can be changed so the range is 00
through 24 (military time).
Default:
By default
the date
will read
month/day/year
(LED ON).
The date can be
changed to read day/month/year.
format is
format is
press the
be heard.
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TOLL RESTRICTION
PROGRAMMING
TABLES
STEPS
Make sure you have entered the programming
mode.
To enter numbers into the toll tables, press the
asterisk (*) and dial the following:
Allow Table A = 41
Deny Table A = 42
Allow Table B = 43
Deny Table B = 44
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
DESCRIPTION
The Allow/Deny tables are organized into 2 sets of
tables to allow the 616 FLEX Key Telephone System
to support 2 different toll plans at one installed site.
Allow/Deny Table A is referenced whenever a station is assigned Class of Service 2.
Allow/Deny Table B is referenced whenever a station is assigned Class of Service 3.
Each table may contain up to 16 numbers of up to 8
digits each. Any number of digits up to 8 maximum
may be entered. Less than 8 digits may be entered.
For example, the programmer needs only to dial “0”
and press HOLD to program operator restriction.
Allow and Deny Table Rules:
1. Press desired bin number location. See the
following program buttons:
2. Dial the allow/deny number including don’t
cares (8 digits maximum).
The digit [‘I and [#] can be entered as “restrictive” or “allowed digits. These digits are
entered into the Allow/Deny tables in the
following manner:
The digit [‘I is entered by dialing the digit [‘I
on the dial pad during entry.
The digit [#] is entered by dialing the digit [#I
on the dial pad during entry.
3. When all changes have been made, press the
HOLD button. Confirmation tone will be heard.
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The following 4 rules should be remembered when
setting up the Allow/Deny tables.
1. If nothing is assigned in either the allow or deny
table, no restriction is applied.
2. If entries are made in the allow table and only
there, then only the numbers in the table are
allowed. All other numbers will be denied (Allow Only Restriction).
3. If entries are made in the deny table and only
there, then only the numbers in the table are
denied (Deny Only).
4. If there are entries in both tables, the allow table
is searched first and if the dialed number is
found, it is allowed. If it is not found in the allow
table, the deny table is searched. If the number
is found there, it is denied; if it is not found there,
it is allowed.
Exchange Codes can be blocked by specific entries
in the Deny lists or allowed by specific entries in the
Allow lists.
When the FWD/DND button is used, it enters a don’t
care character. This will allow or deny any digit O-9
in that location.
The pound (#) and asterisk (*) can be used as
Allow/Deny digits.
Note: When viewing a bin but not entering or changing anything in that bin, press the button corresponding to the bin.
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PROGRAMMING
SYSTEM
TABLES (Cont’d)
STEPS
DESCRIPTION
To delete an entry, the HOLD button must be
pressed twice.
If viewing allow/deny entries, the HOLD button must
be pressed before leaving the program code.
The Allow/Deny tables are reserved for COS 2 and
3 respectively.
A CO line marked Toll Restriction
Override is not subject to restriction of COS 2, 3 or
4.
Default:
Related Programming:
Refer to Station Configuration, Sec. 610.1, Station
Class of Service (COS).
When a CO line is marked PBX, COS restrictions
apply to the station only if one of 4 PBX codes are
dialed first. Refer to CO Line Settings, Sec. 620.3,
Line Type; and PBX Dialing Codes, Sec. 630.5.
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8
0lGlT.S ARE
DIALED ON
A CO LINE
DIGIT DIALED A
NO RESTRICTION
CALL IS ALLOWED
I
NO RESTRICTION
APPLIED
CALL IS ALLOWED
I
I
THE CALL VlOLATES
THE COS 4 RULES
CALL IS RESTRICTED
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630.14
STATION SPEED DIAL
Each telephone has 20 unique speed dial numbers.
These numbers are entered and stored by the user
and can be recalled by the user at any time.
The asterisk (‘) is used to program a pulseto-tone switchover. Subsequent ‘*I dialed will
cause the DTMF digit ‘*’ to be dialed.
The TRANS/QUE button is used to program
a pause
The FLASH button is used to program a flash
command.
To program a “No Display”, press the CONF
button.
The asterisk (‘) and pound (#) can be programmed as digits.
To program a station speed number:
1. Press SPD button.
2. Press the asterisk (‘).
3. Enter speed bin number (00-09,90-99).
4. Press outside line button if desired.
5. Enter telephone number.
6. Press HOLD button to enter the data.
To program additional
ming from step 2.
numbers,
repeat program-
630.65
PULSE-TO-TON5
SWITCHOVER
The user can command the system to change the
signaling on a CO line from dial pulse to DTMF tone
thereby allowing the use of common carriers behind
a dial pulse line.
This can be done either manually or programmed
into a speed dial number.
To manually command a switchover, the user, while
connected to an outside line, dials an asterisk (‘).
The switchover occurs and the succeeding digits are
sent DTMF.
When using speed dial numbers, the asterisk (*) is
stored and sent with the number. The system will
automatically insert a pause and then switch over to
DTMF sending for the remaining digits.
630.16
FLASH WITH SPEED DIAL
During the dialing of a station or system speed
number, a flash can be programmed into the number. A pause will automatically be inserted after the
flash before the remaining digits are sent.
When programming a speed number, pressing the
FLASH button will program a flash command. This
is counted as a digit. The flash length and pause
following are determined by programming.
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1 O-25
40
41
42
5#
55
6
70
71
72
73
74
75
8
9
0
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#
00-99
1 o-49
90-99
NUMBERING
PLAN
Intercom Numbers,
Mute (Flex button)
Headset/Handset
mode
Attn Phone Box BGM
Enable/Disable
Calling Station Tone Mode Option
Universal Night Answer
Call Pickup
Internal All Call Page
Internal Zone 1 Page
Internal Zone 2 Page
External Zone Page
All Call Page
Meet Me Page Answer
Music
Alarm Reset
Attendant
Pulse-To-Tone Switchover
(CO line or Speed Dial
Last Number Redial
Station Speed Dial
(Preceded by SPD button)
System Speed Dial
(Preceded by SPD button)
Station Speed Dial
(Preceded by SPD button)
NOTE: The speed bin must be programmed with a
number before a flexible button can be assigned as
a speed button.
630.18
NIGHT SERVICE
The 616 FLEX Key Telephone System is placed into
Night Service by the Attendant pressing the DND
button at her key telephone.
To remove Night Service, the Attendant reverses the
procedure.
When the system is in Night Service,
stations marked to ring at night will function according to access and ring assignments programmed in
Sec. 620.2.
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PHONE BOX PROGRAMMING
The following program parameters should be considered where Phone Box operation is desired.
1. Program Station Class of Service to COS 6 for
the desired phone box station. Refer to Station
Configuration, Sec. 610.1.
2. Assign Alarm/Phone Box signaling to stations
to receive phone box signaling. Refer to Station
Features 1, Sec. 610.2.
3. Program the type of Alarm/Phone Box signaling
is desired:
630.19
SYSTEM SPEED DIAL
System speed dial numbers can be entered into the
data base at the designated attendant station.
A CO line can be programmed into a speed number.
There can be 16 digits in the number including
pause, pulse to tone switchover and flash commands.
0 The asterisk (*) is used to program a pulseto-tone switchover. Subsequent ‘*’ dialed will
cause the DTMF digit ‘*’ to be dialed.
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The TRANSKXJE to insert a pause command
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The Flash button to program a flash command.
e To program a “No Display”, press the CONF
button.
e The asterisk (*) and pound (#) can be programmed as digits.
Speed bins 1 O-29 are subject to the class of service
and line access restrictions assigned to the station
that uses the number. Speed bins 30-49 will not be
monitored by toll restriction.
To program system speed numbers:
1. At-the attendant station, press SPD button.
2. Dial an asterisk (*).
3. Dial speed bin location (1 O-49).
4. Press specific CO line if desired.
5. Dial telephone number including pauses, flash
commands & pulse to tone switchover.
6. Press HOLD button to enter the data.
To continue programming
peat from step 2.
additional
numbers,
The options are:
- A Continuously repeated warble tone of
.25s on/.25s off
- A Single burst of tone ring (once)
Refer to System Configuration,
System Features
Sec. 630.1.
For stations
being programmed
to receive
Alarm/Phone Box signaling, it is recommended
a
DSS/BLF button be assigned to the Phone Box
station. Refer to Station Configuration, Flexible Buttons, Sec. 610.5.
630.22
SINGLE LINE STATION ADAPTER
(SLA) PROGRAMMING
The !%A stations are programmed
in the same
manner a key telephone is programmed in the system data base admin. Attributes such as Station
COS, feature access, CO Line Ringing, Pick Up
group, etc... can be assigned to a single line station
connected to the SLA adapter. Refer to Table 630.1
for a complete list of Program Codes that can affect
SLA operation. Also refer to the systems manual for
complete programming procedures and station attributes that can apply to SLA station ports. The
following are some of the parameters that require
special attention for stations connected to a SLA.
A. Preferred Line Answer (PLA)
re-
630.20
SETTING SYSTEM TIME & DATE
System date and time can be set only from the
attendant station and must be done in the following
manner:
1. Press SPEED button.
2. Dial an asterisk (*).
3. Dial “50”.
4. Enter date & time as follows:
For proper operation of a single line telephone or
device connected to a SLA, Preferred Line Answer
(PLA) t16& be enabled in Data base admin for each
SLA port that is connected.
This is performed in
program code 02, Sub-Field 4. Refer to Station
Configuration, System Features 1, Sec. 610.2 for
the complete programming procedures to enable
Preferred Line Answer (PLA) for the SLA station
ports.
B. CO Ringing
WMMDDHHMM
0
0
e
0
YY= year80-99
MM = month 01-2
DD = day 01-31
HH = hour 00-23
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MM = minute 00-59
5. Press HOLD button to enter the data.
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Direct CO ringing is allowed to a SLA device. Ringing assignments may be for Day ringing and/or night
ringing. Ringing assignments are programmed in
the Station Configuration,
CO Ringing, program
code 13, and 14. Refer to Sec. 620.3 for complete
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programming procedures for entering CO ringing
assignments.
If the SLA is programmed to receive
incoming ringing for more than one line and the SLA
is busy when a CO line rings in, no signal will be
presented to the SLT.
C. Receiving an Audible Message Waiting
Signal
An SLA may receive an audible Message waiting
signal in the form of the “system wide” Message wait
Reminder tone. This tone must be enabled in the
system data base program code 25. When message wait reminder tone is enabled ALL stations in
the system will receive this alert tone at the programmed interval including SLT’s connected to the
SLA. Refer to the 630.2 for complete programming
procedures to enable the Message Wait Reminder
Tone.
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Table 630.1 Applicable
SLA Program
Codes
PFlOGRAM CODES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. 616 FLEX
1
ICLASS OF SERVICE ...................................... DFOl
DO NOT DlSTURB (DND) .............................. DF 02.
SYSTEM SPEED DIAL.. ................................. DF 02,
ALARMlDOOR SIGNAL.. ................................ DF 02,
PREFERRED LINE ANSWER ........................ DF 02,
(Must be enabled)
CALL FORWARDING ..................................... DF 02,
PAGING ACCESS .......................................... DF 03,
FLEXIBLE BUTTON ASSIGN.. ....................... DF 05
PICK UP GROUP ............................................ DF 07
Co LINE RINGING. DAY.. .............................. DF 13
CC LINE RINGING, NIGHT ............................ DF 14
MESSAGE REMINDER TONE ....................... DF25
PRESET FORWARD STA ASSIGN.. .............. DF 34
DF=Data Field, SF=Sub-Field
NOTE
SF
SF
SF
SF
1
2
3
4
SF 5
Si= 2
d
The SLA adapter does not support standard
Message Waiting telephones with message
waiting lamps.
D.
Programming
Flexible
Buttons
When the SLA is installed behind the Starplus 616
FLEX, it is necessary to program flexible buttons 17
through 22 as desired. Please note, it is possible to
operate the SLA on the 616: FLEX with the SW1
switch set to the SP1224 setting (SW1 position 3).
However, if this is done, the flex buttons l-6 must
also be programmed
for the desired operation.
These buttons can be programmed as CO line Buttons, LOOP buttons, or POOL buttons. They can
also be programmed as DSS, Speed Dial, or any
other function that can be programmed onto a Flexible button. The user access the programmed function by dialing the codes 81 through 92 (In the
Starplus Single Line Station Adapter (SLA) Installation Guide, refer to Table 1 and Figure 3 for the
button code mapping). CO Line, LOOP, and POOL
button programming is performed in the Data base
admin Flex Button Programming, program code 05.
Buttons programmed as Multi Function in data base
admin can be assigned as a feature access (i.e.
speed dial) by first installing, an electronic key telephone to assign the buttons, then removing the
electronic key telephone and installing the SLA.
Follow the programming procedures in Sec. 610.5
for Flexible Button Assignments.
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DEFAULT
SYSTEM
DATA BASE CODES
PROGRAMMING
DESCRIPTION
STEPS
If you are in the program mode, continue using the
program codes. If you are starting to program here,
enter the program mode first.
A. Default Station Data
To initialize the Station Data, dial an (‘) asterisk and
[00] on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
This data field is used to initialize all Station Data.
(Program Codes 01-04, and 06-08).
Note: Flexible Button data (Program Code [*][05] is
NOT set to default with this code. (Refer to Sec.
610.5)
Default: All applicable program codes returned to
default (Program codes: 01,02, 03, 04, 06,07, and
08)
1. Press the HOLD button to initialize the Station
Data. Confirmation tone will be heard.
13. Default CO Line Data
To initialize the Station Data, dial an (‘) asterisk and
[I 0] on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
This data field is used to initialize all CO Line Data.
(Program codes 1 l-1 7)
Default: All applicable program codes returned to
default (Program codes: 11,12,13,14,
15, 16, and
17)
1. Press the HOLD button to initialize the CO Line
Data. Confirmation tone will be heard.
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DEFAULT
SYSTEM
DATA BASE CODES (Cont’d)
PROGRAMMING
Default Svstem Data
STEPS
To initialize the System Data, dial an (*) asterisk and
[20] on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
DESCRIPTION
This data field is used to initialize all System Data.
(Program Codes 21-39).
Default: All applicable program codes returned to
default (Program codes: 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28,
29,31,32,33,34,35,36,37,38,
and 39)
1. Press the HOLD button to initialize the System
Data. Confirmation tone will be heard.
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Default
FLEX Button
Data
To initialize the FLEX Button Data, dial an (‘) asterisk
and [30] on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
This data field is used to initialize all FLEX Button
Data. (Program code 05)
Default: All FLEX Buttons returned to default assignment (Program code: 05).
1. Press the HOLD button to initialize the FLEX
Button Data. Confirmation tone will be heard.
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DEFAULT
SYSTEM
DATA BASE CODES (Cont’d)
PROGRAMMING
Default Toll Table Data
STEPS
DESCRIPTION
To initialize the Toll Table Data, dial an (*) asterisk
and 1401 on the dial pad.
If you have a display phone, you will see the following:
This data field is used to initialize all Toll Table Data.
(Program Codes 41-44).
Default: All applicable program codes returned to
default (Program codes: 41,42,43,
and 44)
Press the HOLD button to initialize the Toll Table
Data. Confirmation tone will be heard.
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SECTION 640
DATABASE PRINTOUT
Station
CO tine Configuration
Configuration
The Station Configuration printout will provide station related information in a !%character field in the
following format:
The CO Line Configuration will provide CO line
related information in the following format:
CO CONFIG
CO GRP TYPE SIGL TRO PVL FLSH
01 1
CO DTMF N
N
20
STA CONFIG
CKT NUM COS DND SPD ALM PFL
0110
1
Y
Y
N
N
CF DSLT PAGE BNA PKUP PAC HST
Y 1,.
. . 1,.
Y
N
Y
RDT DIAL-PLS
3 60/40;10
DAY RING:
10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
CKT NUM COS DND SPD ALM PFL
02 11
1
Y
Y
N
N
CF DSLT PAGE BNA PKUP PAC HST
Y
Y
1,.
..
1,.
Y
SMDR
Y
NIGHT RING:
10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
N
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
and so on through the rest of the stations
CKT
NUM
cos
DND
SPD
ALM
PFL
CF
DSLT
PAGE
BNA
PKUP
PAC
HST
= The two-digit circuit number (KSU
physjcal port)
=The ‘two-digit intercom number
assigned to this KSU port
=The one-digit class of service assignment
=“Y” enabled DND; “N” disabled
DND at that station
=‘Y” allows system speed dial; “N”
disables system speed dial
=“Y” allows alarm tone/Door Box
ringing; “N” disables it
=‘v enables Preferred Line operation; “N”disallows it
=“Y” allows Station Call Forwarding; “N” disallows it
=“Y” enables Direct Select operation; “N” disables it
=Valid data is “1” or “2” or both “1”
& “2” indicating page zone(s)
=Valid date is “10” through “25”
indicating the Busy/No Answer
preset forward station assigned
=Valid data is “1” or “2” or both “1”
& “2” indicating Pickup Groups.
=“Y” enabled station paging access; “N” disables it
=“Y” enables headset operation;
“N” disables it
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and so on through the rest of the CO lines
CO
GRP
TYPE
SIGL
TRO
PVL
FLSH
RDT
DIAL-PLS
SMDR
DAY RING
NIGHT RING
=The CO line number as it is terminated on the system
=The CO line group this CO line is
assigned to
= Valid data is “CO” or “PBX”
=;;I;:
I data is “DTMF” or “Dial
=“Y” enablesToll Restrict Override;
“N” disables it
=“Y” enables a Private Line; “N”
disables it
=Valid entries for Flash Timer are
“01” through “99”
=Valid entries for Ring Detect
Timer are “2” through “9”
= Valid entries are:
1) 60/40; 10
2) 66/33; 10
3) 60/40; 20
4) 66/33; 20
= “Y” enables SMDR; “N” disables
SMDR
=Stations assigned to ring in the
day mode for this CO Line. Unassigned numbers are shown as two
dots “..”
=Stations assigned to ring in the
night mode for this CO Line. Unassigned numbers are shown as
two dots “..”
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System
The System Configuration related database
mation is provided in the following format:
SYSTEM
Configuration
infor-
SYS CONFIG
(ZUE HOLD ALM :DT :SIGL :ENBL
SY
CL REPT
N
Y
PRV A'M'D SMDR BAUD PRNT BGM
Y
10 ALL 1200
LBC HOUR DATE
80
N
. . 12 MMDD
EX/SCl EX/SC2 EX/SC3 EX/SC4
.. ..
.. ..
.. ..
.. ..
PBX
CODES
.. .. .. ..
SMDR LINE ENABLE
01 02 03 04 05 06
QUE
HOLD
ALM
DT
SIGL
ENBL
PRV
ATTD
SMDR
BAUD
PRNT
BGM
LBC
640-2
= Enabled = “Y”, Disabled = “N”
= Valid data is “EX” or “SW”
= Alarm parameters where:
= Closed “CL” or Open “OP” detection
=Repeated;“RPT”
or one-time
“ONCE” signaling
=Enable
the alarm, “Y”=yes,
“N”=no
= Privacy enabled, “Y”=yes, “N”=no
= Assigned Attendant station. Valid
data=Stations 1 O-25
=Type of SMDR: “ALL” prints local
and long distance; “LD” prints
long distance only
= Baud Rate: “300” or “1200”
= 29 or 80 character option
=Background
Music Enable,
Y”=yes, “N”=no
=Loud Bell/CO Line Control station/CO assignment. Valid data
for LBC Statton assignments is
“BIO through
B25” or if programmed for CO Line Control, CO
Lines “CO1 through CO6”
HOUR
= ,Hro;;$rrnat:
DATE
=Date format: Valid display. is
“MMDD” or “DDMM”
=The four (4) programmable
Executive/Secretary
pairs. Valid
data is stations “10” through “25”
=These are the four (4) rogrammable two-di it PBX co 8 es. Valid
data for eat a two-digit code is
“?O” through “99” including l ‘s and
r’,#sne
drgrt codes are also al-
EWSC
PBX CODES
SMDR
Valid display is “12”
LINE ENABLE = CO lines assigned
report port detailed call informa
tion. Unassigned CO lines are
shown as two dots “..”
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System Timers
Exception Tables
The Timers printout will provide programmed information on all programmable timers in the system in
the following format:
The Exception Tables printout will provide information on data programmed into the Allow and Deny
Tables “A” and the Allow and Deny Tables “B”. Up
to eight (8) digit entries will be displayed. A double
period indicates that no data has been programmed
for the particular bin. Exception Table information is
displayed in the following format:
TIMERS
ERCL SRCL TRCL MSG-TNE PAUSE
060 060
030
00
2
RING-FWD CNFTO RNGTO
30
15
50
Where:
ERCL
SRCL
TRCL
MSG-TNE
PAUSE
RING-FWD
CNFTO
RNGTO
EXCEPT TABLE
ALLOW TABLE A
01 . .
09 . .
10 . .
02 . .
= Exclusive Recall Timer
= System Recall Timer
=Transfer Recall Timer
= Message Wait Reminder Tone
=Programmed
length for a pause
stored in a speed dial number
=~usr~No Answer Ring Forward
= Conference Time-out
pervised conference
= Ring Time-out Timer
03 . .
04 . .
11 . .
12 . .
05 . .
06 . .
13 . .
14 . .
07 . .
08 . .
15 . .
16 . .
for unsuDENY TABLE A
01 . .
09 . .
10 . .
02 . .
03 . .
04 . .
05 . .
06 . .
07 . .
08 a.
11
12
13
14
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
15 . .
16 . .
Where:
Valid data will be digits [0] through [9], [t], and [#I,
and don’t care character “D”. Valid data, if programmed will printout in the eight spaces to the right
of each bin number with the first digit occupying the
position of the first period shown.
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Speed Dial Printout
System Speed Dial numbers programmed into the
system can be displayed in this printout. Up to sixteen (16) digits can be displayed for each of the forty
(40) bins. System Speed Dial numbers can be displayed sequentially from bin 10 through 49, one bin
and it’s data per line.
SYSTEM SPEED
10 ..30 . .
11 ..31 . .
12 . .31! . .
13
14
15
16
..33
..34
..35
..3G
17 ..37
18 ..38
19 ..39
..
..
..
..
.I
20 ..40
21 ..41
22 ..42
..
..
..
23 ..43
24 ..44
25 ..45
26 ..46
..
..
..
..
27 ..47
28 ..48
29 ..49
..
..
..
..
..
Where:
Valid data will be any digit [0] through [9], [*I and [W]
plus the rotary to DTMF switch-over command ‘T’,
the pause symbol “P”, the no display character “N”,
and the FLASH command “F”.
Flexible
Station
Button
SYSTEM
Printout
The Flexible button assignments for the Key Telephones can be displayed in this printout.
STATION 10 FLEX BUTTON ASSIGN
BTN FUNCTION
BTN FUNCTION
12 DSS/BLF 21
01 DSS/BLF 10
02 DSS/BLF 11
03 DSS/BLF 12
04 DSS/BLF 13
05 DSS/BLF 14
06 DSS/BLF 15
07 DSS/BLF 16
08 DSS/BLF 17
09 DSS/BLF
10 DSS/BLF
11 DSS/BLF
18
19
20
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
DSS/BLF
DSS/BLF
DSS/BLF
DSS/BLF
CO LINE
CO LINE
CO LINE
22
23
24
25
01
02
03
20 CO LINE 04
21 CO LINE 05
22 CO LINE 06
NOTE: This example shows the format of the printout for a Enhanced or Executive key telephone. The
printout for a Basic key telephone will only show six
(6) buttons, disp/ayed as button 07 through 06.
Where FUNCTION Designations may be any of the
following:
= Direct Station Selection where XX
DSS/BLF XX
is Stations 1 O-25
=
CO
Line number 01-06
CO LINE XX
SPEED XX
=Speed Bin number 00-09, 90-99,
or 1 O-49
= CO Line Group number l-6
POOL x
LOOP
= Loop button assignment
= Multi-Function
button (Un-proMUL
grammed by the used)
= Page Zone 1 or 2
IN PG X
= Internal All Call Page
INT AC PG
EXT PAGE
= External Page
= All Call Page (internal and exterAC PAGE
nal)
MEET ME
= Meet Me Page code
MUTE
= Mute Button
PICK UP
= Group Pickup code [6]
= Universal Night Answer code [55]
UNA
ALARM
= Alarm Reset code [9]
= Background Music function [8]
MUSIC
HEADSET
= Headset Mode Function [41]
= Last Number &dial [SPD+#)
LNR
This printout will be printed for all Stations that are
connected on the system when selected to print.
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SECTION 700
SYSTEM CHECKOUT PROCEDURES
FUNCTIONAL TEST PROCEDURES
700.1
This section describes the procedures that should
be followed during system start-up. The installer will
also find these tests to be helpful in the event of
system mal-function and trouble shooting. System
trouble shooting will be confined to replacement of
key telephone sets & fuses.
700.2
PRELIMINARY CHECKLIST
Before starting the functional test procedures, it is
recommended that the following checklist be completed. This is designed to save time and possibly
eliminate the need for more detailed trouble shooting.
Check:
A. Station cables for proper connections and polarity.
B. Central off ice line connections.
C. Earth ground connections.
D. AC power cable.
E. Music source connections (if provided).
F. Alarm connections (if provided).
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Table 700.1 - Key Station Testing
OPERATIONAL
TEST
1 1. Connect the modular cord
to the instrument.
2. Press the ON/OFF button
on the telephone.
3. Background music
3.1 With the telephone in an
idle state, press “8” on
the dial pad.
3.2 Adjust voice volume
(front) knob on telephone.
3.3 Press “8” again.
RESULT
1 .l ON/OFF LED momentarily
lights.
1.2 DND button flashes.
2.1 ON/OFF LED lights.
2.2 That station’s DSS LED
lights.
2.3 No reaction.
3.1 .l Background music is
heard.
3.1.2 No reaction.
3.2.1 Volume is increased or
decreased as desired.
3.2.2 No reaction
3.2.3 Low background music
(BGM) volume
3.3 Music is turned off.
4. Do Not Disturb
4.1 Press FWDIDND button.
Telephone must be onhook.
4.1 .l DND LED is lit steady.
4.1.2 No reaction
4.2 Press DND button again.
4.2.1 DND LED is extiguished.
5. Tone ringing volume
Telephone must be in ‘7
mode.
5.1 From another telephone,
place an intercom call to
the set being tested.
6. Transmitting
Data
Signals
6.1 When incorrect or no data
signals are transmitted
between KSU and the
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5.1 .l Two bursts of tone are
heard. Adjust volume if
necessary.
5.1.2 HOLD button LED
flashes.
5.1.3 DSS of calling station
flashes (if programmed).
5.1.4 Two bursts of tone
ringing are not heard.
6.1 .l Only ON/OFF LED lights
when pressed, remaining
LEDs do not light or they
PROCEDURE
1.1 Normal
1.2 Check station wiring.
2.1 Normal
2.2 Normal
2.3.1 Make sure line cord is
plugged in.
2.3.2 Check K connector inside
the telephone.
3.1 Normal
3.1.2 Is handset on-hook?
Check music connections
on the KSU.
3.2.1 Normal
3.2.2 Check volume control
(VL2) in telephone.
3.2.3 Adjust BGM adjustment
on left side of KSU.
3.3 Normal
4.1 .l
4.1.2
4.1.3
in
4.2.1
Normal
Check phone connections
Verify station is allowed DND
programming.
Normal
5.1 .l Normal
5.1.2 Normal
5.1.3 Normal
5.1.4 Check phone connections.
6.1 .l Check cabling to telephone
and J-l wiring.
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Table 700.2 - Intercom
OPERATIONAL
-
RESULT__..-
TEST
1. Making an intercom
Station Testing
party.
if called phone is a
speakerphone and is
placed in H (voice) mode:
1 .l .l
1 .1.2
is
1 .1.3
ON/OFF LED lights.
DSS LED of called party
lit (if programmed).
Busy tone is heard.
1 .1.4 Three tones are heard if
called station is a speakerphone and in H mode.
1 .1.5 HOLD button flashes at
called station (30 ipm)
1 .1.6 Intercom call is not
connected.
1 .1.7 Intercom ringing is
heard instead of 3 bursts
of tone.
1 .1.8 Handsfree conversation
at called phone is not
possible.
1.2 if called station answers
by lifting the handset.
1.2.1 Flashing HOLD LED of
the called party is extinguished.
1.2.2 DSS of calling station
changes from flashing to
steady (if programmed).
Call Pickup
PaW.
2.2 To answer at another
station, lift handset or
press ON/OFF button.
2.3 Dial Pickup Code “6”.
Conference
31. During an intercom con-
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1 .1.2 Normal
1 .1.3 Normal if called party is in
DND, not installed, or is offhook.
1 .1.4 Normal
1 .1.5 Normal
1 .1.6 Consult troubleshooting
guide (Section 8).
1 .1.7 Normal for station not in H
or P mode.
1 .1.8 Check phone connections.
1.2.1 Normal
1.2.2 Normal
2.1 Normal
2.1 Press DSS button or dial
station number of desired
3. Intercom
1
call.
1. Press DSS button or dial
station number of desired
2.
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2.1 Intercom ringing or CO
ringing heard at the called
station.
2.2 Intercom dial tone heard.
2.2 Normal
2.3 Called station returns to
idle state. HOLD LED is
extinguished.
Intercom
conversation between
calling station & answering
station is possible.
Station LED is lit.
2.3 Normal
3.1 Intercom dial tone is
___-.-
3.1 Normal
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OPERATIONAL
Station
Testing (Cont’d)
PROCEDURE
RESULT
TEST
SYSTEM
7-
5. Camp On (Call Waiting)
5.1 Lift handset or press ON/
OFF button, then press
DSS button or dial desired
station number. Receive
busy on outside (CO) or
intercom call.
5.2 Press MSG/CP.ON
button.
I
5.1 Busy tone is heard
through handset or station
speaker. Station ON/OFF
LED is lit steady.
5.1 Called phone is busy - normal.
/
5.2
Ringing tone is heard at
calling station & 2 bursts
of tone are heard over
speaker at called station.
MSG/CP.ON LED and DSS
of calling station are
flashing at called station
at 60 ipm.
5.3 Busy tone heard continuously.
5.2 Normal
6. Executive/Secretary
6.1 Transferring intercom
’
calls to an Executive/
Secretary phone.
Incoming intercom call is
routed to Secretary when
Executive station is busy.
6.1 Incoming intercom call is
automatically transferred
to secretary station.
6.2 Incoming intercom call is
not transferred.
6.1 Normal
7. Paging
7.1 Lift handset, dial “74” on
dial pad and make paging
announcement.
7.1 All call warning tone is
heard over key phone
speaker. HOLD LED
lights steady at stations
receiving the page, not
at page initiator. All
idle phones not in DND
or busy are paged.
7.2 DSS of paging station is
lit steady at all stations
where DSS is programmed
to appear.
7.3 Paging does not occur.
7.1 Normal
7.4 Hang up. Page is
terminated and all stations
not off-hook return to
5.3 Second camp-on request is
being made at same station.
6.2 Confirm programming
Exec/Sec assignment.
of
7.2 Normal
7.3 Check programming for page
zones or change telephone.
7.4 Normal
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Table 780.3 - CO Line Functions
nPFRATlONA1
-. -* .~. . .-. _. .- TEST
. -- .
I. Outgoing calls
I .I Lift handset or press ON/
OFF button & press CO
line button.
RESULT
1 .I .l The CO line LED is lit
steady.
1 .I .2 Station OF/OFF button
LED is lit steady. All
stations where DSS is
programmed to appear
are lit steady. Dial tone is
heard.
1 .I .3 CO LED is not lit.
1 .I .4 Dial tone is not heard.
2. Incoming calls
2.1 Incoming CO ringing
2.2 Press flashing CO line
button.
3. Transferring
a CO line
call
3.1 During a CO line coversation, press TRANS/QUE
and dial station number
to which CO line is to be
transferred or press that
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2.1 .I Co ringing is heard.
2.1.2 CO ringing is not heard
but that line is flashing.
2.1.3 CO line LED or loop
button LED is flashing at
30 ipm.
2.2 CO line LED or loop
button is lit steady.
3.1 .I The CO line is placed on
Exclusive Hold automatitally.
3.1.2 CO line LED is flashing
at transferring station but
remains steady at all
other stations having line
access.
3.1.3 At receiving phone, the
CO line or loop button
LED is flashing at
Exclusive Hold.
3.1.4 Hang up after dialing
station number or pressing
DSS button for unscreened
transfer; announce call
to receiving station before
hanging up for screened
SYSTEM
Test
PROCEDURE
1 .I. 1 Normal
1 .I .2 Normal
1 .I .3 Check line access
programming.
1 .I .4 Check CO line connections
at RJ-21X on the KSU.
2.1 .I Normal
2.1.2 Check programming for ring
assignment (day/night). Check
CO line connections at RJ-21 X
on the KSU.
2.1.3 Normal
2.2 Normal
3.1 .I Normal
3.1.2 Normal
3.1.3 Normal
3.1.4 Normal
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Table 700.3 - CO Line Functions
OPERATIONAL
i
TEST
3.2 At phone receiving the
transfer, press flashing CO
line button or loop button.
/ 4. Add-On Conference
4.1 During a CO line conversation, press the CONF
button.
4.2 Press DSS button of 3rd
party to be added to the
conversation.
4.3 When 3rd party answers,
initiator presses CONF
button again.
j 4.4 Hang up handset at first
station to terminate
conference call.
5. Multi-line Conference
5.1 Place an outgoing CO line
call.
5.2 When party answers & is
notifed of conference
request, initiator presses
the CONF button.
5.3 Initiator presses
CO line button &
another outgoing
party C.
5.4 Initiator presses
button again.
another
makes
call to
CONF
6. Flash
6.1 When completing a CO
line conversation, press
the FLASH button.
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RESULT
Test (Cont’d)
PROCEDURE
3.2.1 CO line LED is now
steady at all phones in
the system.
3.2.2 CO line call is not
transferred to desired
station.
3.2.1 Normal
4.1 CO line is placed on
Exclusive hold automatically, receiving MOH if
provided.
4.2 Ringing is heard.
4.1 Normal
4.3 All 3 patties are connected
together. CONF LED at
both internal stations is
lit.
4.4 CONF LED will extinguish.
4.3 Normal
5.1 Ringing is heard
5.1 Normal
5.2 Party B is placed automatically on Exclusive Hold,
hearing MOH if provided.
Initiator hears intercom
dial tone.
5.3 CONF LED is lit steady &
ringing is heard.
5.2 Normal
5.4 All 3 parties are connected
and both CO line LEDs
are lit steady. CONF
button LED is lit steady.
5.4 Normal
6.1 New CO dial tone is
heard.
6.1 Normal
3.2.2 Check if called station is in
DND.
4.2 Normal
4.4 Normal
5.3 Normal
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SECTION 800
MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
GENERAL INFORMATION
800.1
This section provides common maintenance, troubleshooting and repair instructions for the STARPLUS 616 FLEX Key Telephone System.
It is
advisable to use the latest issue manual and supporting documentation whenever possible.
The 616 FLEX architecture is designed such that all
solid state circuitry is enclosed in the KSU. The only
modular or replaceable type printed circuit boards
located insidethe KSU are the SIU and RCU. Therefore unless installing or replacing these boards, the
KSU cover should not be removed.
Isolating problems in the replaceable units such as
the key telephones or any external devices requires
no special knowledge of solid state electronics or
micro-processor programming techniques. The 616
FLEX system requires no involved or complicated
mechanical procedures for installation or removal of
peripherals.
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
800.2
A regular preventive maintenance program is essential to reduce the possibility of system failures. General type servicing such as cleaning and inspecting
should be done yearly. If the KSU is located in an
area of humidity, dust, etc., servicing should be done
more frequently. General servicing should include:
0 Hardware and cabling. Check for general mechanical integrity, loose or broken wires, plugs
or connectors. Tighten or repair as necessary.
l
l
KSU. Inspect air vents located in front and on
top of the KSU cabinet for unrestricted air
passage.
MDF/cabling.
Inspect the MDF for loose
wires, obstructions, dust and dirt.
800.3
TEST EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS
The following test equipment and tools are necessary in performing maintenance and repair on the
616 FLEX system.
0 voltmeter
l
DTMF/dial pulse hand held test telephone
l
standard telephone
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repairman’s
hand tools
SPARE PARTS
800.4
The troubleshooting
and repair instructions are
based on the assumption that spare key telephones
and KSU are available to the repairman, either onsite or at a central warehouse/storeroom
location. In
addition, spare fuses, jacks, wire and terminal block
should be available.
FIELD SERVICE ENGINEERING
800.5
Installation,
troubleshooting
and repair are described in detail within this manual. However, field
service type questions such as application requirements and troubleshooting
assistance arise which
Such services are available
require support.
through STARPLUS field service.
FAULT CLASSIFICATION
800.6
Reported problems come from a variety of people
under differing conditions, therefore all trouble reports should be thoroughly examined so that the
exact problem is understood. Do not always suspect
the 616 FLEX equipment. Be sure to check external
interface equipment such as the MDF, interconnection points, cabling, central office or programming.
To help isolate a fault from the reported description,
the following information should be investigated to
further define the fault source.
A. Were any changes made recently to the customer database assignments that could cause
the problem?
B. Were any changes made recently to cabling
that could cause the problem?
C. Is the trouble condition associated with one
circuit, a particular section or sections of circuits
(i.e., CO lines, stations) or common to all circuits?
D. Is the trouble intermittent or continuous?
E. Could the trouble be caused by “cross symptoms” such that 2 failures mask the symptoms
associated with a particular fault?
SYSTEM FAILURES
800.7
Various problems will affect the entire system.
These are normally related to power failures, central
processor failures, or memory failures. Where central processor or memory failures occur, the KSU
must be replaced. When loss of power occurs, steps
can be taken to localize the problem.
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POWEF? FAILURES
The loss of commercial power will shut the system
down unless external battery backup is provided.
This loss of power could come from tripped circuit
breakers, AC cords unplugged, or a fuse blown.
When a power failure occurs, working toward the
source, test for voltage. The power monitor LED will
remain lit when power is present. Since the processor or power failure will cause switchover to the
power failure telephone, the LED should be used to
determine whether it is a power failure or processor
failure. It can be seen through the bottom air vents
located on the front cover of the KSU.
800.9
KEY TELEPHONE FAILURES
The following statements should be considered
when isolating & categorizing key telephone failures:
Is the reported fault:
A. Present on one telephone only? Check wiring,
programming, telephone and KSU. Move telephone to a good working position to eliminate
possible telephone failure.
5. Common to station numbers in pairs (l-2, 3-4,
5-6, etc.)? Check wiring polarity & KSU.
C. Common to all station numbers? Check programming & KSU.
D. Associated with a key telephone that was recently moved? Check ;wiring, programming,
telephone & KSU.
E. Associated with programming changes made
recently?
(Ringing, CO line access, etc.)
Check for proper & accurate programming.
F. Occurring intermittently? Set up a test to duplicate the problem.
G. Accompanying
a software failure? Test the
feature operation, programming & KSU.
cated, check programming,
or KSU.
SYSTEM
telephone,
CO line
800.11
FEATURE OPERATION FAILURES
All operational features are controlled by software
and specific database assignments.
Most features
are provided exclusively by software.
However
some require supporting equipment.
For this reason, database assignments should be checked before corrective maintenance is performed.
Also
check for proper usage by the customer, as feature
failures are often the fault of the user. Features that
use supporting equipment could have faulty equipment. This should be checked.
The following is a list of features that use additional
equipment:
@ Alarm - alarm system
0
Background Music - music source connections
l
Battery Back-up - battery package & charger
l
Loud Bell Control - external power source &
ringing device
l
CO Line Control - ancillary equipment
l
Power Failure Transfer - telephone
l
wiring
External Paging - amplifier, speaker & connections
800.10
COlPBX LINE FAILURES
Problems with CO/PBX lines can be isolated and
categorized by the following statements:
Is the reported fault:
A. Present on one CO line only? Check the affected line, wiring, plug connections & KSU.
B. Common to 2 or more CO lines? Check the
lines, wiring & KSU.
C. Associated with a key telephone? Check programming, telephone & KSU.
D. Associated with signaling (DTMF, dial pulse)?
Check programming, CO line & KSU.
E. Associated with CO incoming ringing? Check
programming & KSU.
F. Occurring intermittently’? Set up test to duplicate problem. Once the problem can be dupli-
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APPENDIX A
DATA BASE PROGRAMMING
SYSTEM
FORMS
Appendix A-l Station Programming Chart
STATION
Class of
Service
O,
l-6
Speed Dial
02
2
Alarm
Receive
02
3
Auto Select
02
5
Call Forward
02
6
Headset
03
1
NUMBER
DEFAULT
VALUES
:. ..”
Flexible Station Number Assignment
Program Code (04)
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Appendix A-2 Flexible Button Programming Chart (08)
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Loop Button= 3
Pool Button = 4X (X=CO Line Group l-6)
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Appendix A-3 CO Line Programming Chart
Prog Code
Line
Grp
Line
Type
Signal
11
12
12
--l--Nite
Ring
14
Flash
Time1
1 15
Ring
Detect
Dial
Pulse
16
17
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Button
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Appendix A-4 System Programming Chart
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Appendix A-5 System Speed Dial Chart
Programmed
at attendant
station.
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Appendix A-6 Exception Tables Programming Chart
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STARPLUS
SP61600-10
SP61620-03
SP61630-00
SP61632-00
VCSllOl
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SP6161 O-44
SP6161 O-54
SP6161 O-60
SP61612-00
SP61612-44
SP61612-54
SP61612-60
SP61614-00
SP61614-44
SP61614-54
SP61614-60
SP61616-44
SP61650-10
SP61654-10
SP61640-00
SP61640-44
SP61640-54
SP61640-60
SP61660-00
SP61660-44
SP61660-54
SP61660-60
SP61666-54
SP61666-60
Pl4108-54
P14108-60
SP61664-01
SP61664-00
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APPENDIX B
616 FLEX PART NUMBERS
616 FLEX BASIC KSU
PROGRAM MODULE III
REAL TIME CLOCK UNIT (RCU) KIT
SERIAL INTERFACE UNIT (SIU) KIT
BATTERY BACKUP UNIT
BASIC KEY TELEPHONE-BLACK
BASIC KEY TELEPHONE-ASH
BASIC KEY TELEPHONE-GRAY
BASIC KEY TELEPHONE-BURGUNDY
ENHANCED KEY TELEPHONE-BLACK
ENHANCED KEY TELEPHONE-ASH
ENHANCED KEY TELEPHONE-GRAY
ENHANCED KEY TELEPHONE-BURGUNDY
EXECUTIVE KEY TELEPHONE-BLACK
EXECUTIVE KEY TELEPHONE-ASH
EXECUTIVE KEY TELEPHONE-GRAY
EXECUTIVE KEY TELEPHONE-BURGUNDY
PHONE BOX-ASH
STARPLUS 616 FLEX INSTALLATION MANUAL
STARPLUS 616 FLEX STATION USER GUIDE
WALL MOUNT KIT-BLACK
WALL MOUNT KIT-ASH
WALL MOUNT KIT-GRAY
WALL MOUNT KIT-BURGUNDY
REPLACEMENT HANDSET-BLACK
REPLACEMENT HANDSET-ASH
REPLACEMENT HANDSET-GRAY
REPLACEMENT HANDSET-BURGUNDY
12 FOOT HANDSET CORD-GRAY
12 FOOT HANDSET CORD-BURGUNDY
25 FOOT HANDSET CORD-GRAY
25 FOOT HANDSET CORD-BURGUNDY
DIRECTORY SHEET FOR BASIC KEY TELEPHONE
BLANK DESIGNATION TABS FOR STARPLUS TELEPHONES
BUlTON CAPS (1 RED, 9 CLEAR)
DIRECTORY WINDOW FOR BASIC KEY TELEPHONE
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B-1
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