2 Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic Easa-Phone VA-824, Key Telephone System. This system can connect eight central office lines and twenty four key telephones and DSS, door box, external paging amp and external music source can be added. l Please read this manual carefully before the installation of this system. l Please follow the installation procedure described below. Before connecting telephone lines, inform to telephone company of the following. COL Telephone numbers COL2 COL3 COL4 COL5 COL6 COL7 COL8 Model number Panasonic VA-824 FCC registration number for VA-824 KSU from factory ACK8GR KF-E When modified to PBX (See page 18) ACK8GR MF-E Factory interface code Service order code 02LS2 9.OF Ringer equivalence 0.4B Required network interface jack USOC RJ W, RJl C CONTENTS 1. SYSTEMCONNECTONLAYOUT NSTALLATON OF KEY SERVCE UNT... 3 How to wall mount the key service unit NSTALLATONOFKEYTELEPHONE... 5 How to wall mount the key telephone WRNGCONNECTONS... 6 Connection between the KSU, Key TEL and CO/PBX line... 6 Typeofwires... 7 Wiringcables CONNECTON OF OPTONAL UNT... 9 Variation of card connection... 9 Extension of CO/PBX line Connection of direct station selector Connections of single line telephone or 2 Key TE Ls/2 SLTs Connection of door box Connections of sensor and door opener Connection of SMDR External music on hold source and external paging system Set up for key service unit CONNECTON OF POWER FALURE UNT SPECFCATONS OF SYSTEM Modules and system configuration System capacity and specifications Checklistofparts... 23
3 PROGRAMMNG , NTAL SET LST METHOD OF PROGRAMMNG PROGRAMMNG System setting PBX outside dialing digit Automatic pause Call duration display appear timing Flash time Pause time System speed dial group A System speed dial group B Long speech alarm COL auto answering COL night incoming ring mode Hold recall Connection of door box Type of applicable sensor Sensor alarm stopping method Detection of SLT on-hooking Connection of DSS Hold recall for DSS TEL Display time system setting SMDR output SMDR YEAR, MONTH and DAY setting SMDR baud rate setting SMDR frame configuration Type of COL dialing and #restriction Digit length restriction ncoming call restriction Override setting COL setting Tone/pulse dialing signal conversion COlineorPBXline Automatic outside line selection group Length of DTMF signals Minimum pause Ring detection time Key telephone setting Telephone type Line Key assign ncoming call ringing Off-hook signaling Door box call Sensor ringing Zone paging System speed dial group Flexible night service setting Flexible night service Outside dialing restriction class System speed dial restriction APPENDX: Names and phone numbers list for system speed dialing Programming table for initial set Priority for simultaneous calling and receiving Tones and lamp indications
4 1 89 EM CONNECTON LAYOUT Full system configuration layout EXT. No. 28 i l-j 1 EXT. No EXT. No Door opener Al -- L-- - See page 14 J Key service unit (KSU) EXT. No. 23 External paging f-1 i_---_-- See page , L--l For option i : Terminal box 1 Speaker AMP L--- Seepage, A r------l L - SMDR L----J See page 15 _- 1
5 1. SYSTEM CONNECTON LAYOUT Power failure unit See page 19 EXT. No. 21 EXT. No. 20 EXT. No. 32 et See page 10 To central r -m office line 1 2 EXT. No. 17 Power and grounc (AC 12OV) EXT. No EXT. No ) External music on hold source r _ See page 17 See page 6 2
6 2. NSTALLATON OF KEY SERVCE UNT How to wall mount the key service unit nstall the key service unit (KSU) on the wall according to the following Slide the two hooks securing the KSU cover and the key service unit in the arrow direction, then remove the Place template against wall and install the four wood screws. Use the wood screw installation jig provided inside the key service unit when installing the wood nstall the key service unit by hooking the four installation holes at the bottom of the key service unit to the four wood screws, then tighten the two left side wood screws completely. NOTE Be sure the power switch is OFF, before installation. Avoid installing in the following places. (Doing so may result in malfunction, noise, or discoloration) a) n direct sunlight, hot, cold, or humid places. (Temperature range: 32 F F) b) Fulfuric gases produced in areas where there are thermal springs, etc. may damage the equipment or contacts. c) Places in which shocks or vibrations are frequent or strong. d) Dusty places, or places where water or oil may come into contact with the unit. e) Near high-frequency sewing machines or electric welders. f) On or near computers, telexs, or other office equipment, as well as microwave ovens or air conditioners. (t is preferable not to install in the same room with the above equipment) g) Near radio broadcast antennas. (including short wave) h) nstall at least 6 feet from radiosand televisions. (both the key service unit and key telephones) i) Do not obstruct area around the key service unit. (for reasons of maintenance and inspection - be especially careful to allow space for cooling above and at the sides of the key service unit) 3
7 2. NSTALLATON OF KEY SERVCE UNT - Key service Unit
8 3. NSTALLATON OF KEY TELEPHONE How to wall mount the key telephone nstall the key telephone on the wall according to the following procedure. 0 Pull handset guide, turn it upside down, then insert it into its Push the hooks at two places, then remove the Turn the adapter upside down, insert the guides into two adapter mounting holes provided at the lower portion of the key telephone, then push in the Place the mounting holes of the bracket over the studs of the modular jack and pull the phone downward to secure in place. Short station cords are provided to attach the key telephone. NOTE Handset cord obtainable on the market. t MODEL NO. t LENGTH VAX VAX feet 15 feet 5
9 4. WRNG CONNECTONS ( Connection between the KSU, Key TEL and CO/PBX line Make connections between the KSU, Key TEL and the central office/pbx line (CO/PBX) according to the following procedure. 0 Connection between the KSU and CO/PBX line Connect COL No. 1 through No. 6 jacks provided inside the KSU to the CO/PBX line, respectively. 0 Connection between the KSU and Key TEL Connect EXT No. 10 through No. 21 jacks provided inside the KSU to the key telephones, respectively. EXT No. 10 is desirable to use an LCD display type key telephone (VA or VA B) that is used for the PROGRAMMNG purpose described later. (see page 28.) TO the central office lines 0 Clampring of Push in the cables from the top of the cable Remove the clamp plate, insert the cords, then reinstall the clamp plate over the cords and secure into place with the screw. NOTE 0 Keep the loop wire resistance to the key telephone furthest from the key service unit less than 40 ohms. (Max feet with 22 AWG cable) l Do not wire the telephone cable in parallel with the AC power source, computer, telex etc. f the cables run near those wires, shield the cables within metal tubing or use shielded cable and ground the shields. l When cables run on the floor, use pro- tectors or the like to protect the wires where they may be stepped on. Avoid wiring under carpets. 0 When using an AC power supply (AC 12OV), make sure the unit is ground. F Cl lrll~ \v \ to COL _ COL6 L EXT. No. 21 COL5, EXT. No. 2( A EXT. No. l! L EXT. No. COL4 il EXT. No. 1 COL3 L EXT. No. AL EXT. No. 1 < EXT. No. l< COL2 A EXT. No. 1: COL c L EXT. No. 1: h EXT. No 1 EXT. No., r to key telephone 6
10 Type of wires a CONNECTON OF WRNG CABLE (FOR USE WTH A MODULAR CONNECTOR) (a) f the key service unit and the extension are within 25 feet, use the cable supplied (7 feet, 15 feet or 25 feet). (See page 21) (b) Station cord and Handset cord Depending on the connection and length, 4 types of station cords and 2 types of Handset cords are available. (See page 21) ----_ -- KSU - --A---o n 25 FEET [Max option: cord) ll (c) When the key service unit and the extension are apart by more than 200 feet, please use quad cable. Quad cables assure proper operation over long distance than flat cables. n this case, use connector q (Modular-Screw). 1 Quad cable \ J i l 0 Terminal Box When coupling cables, either of the following can be used (m or q ). + Flat cable Flat cable obtainable Optional cord MODEL NO. LENGTH on the market. VAX Short station cord (wall-mount only) VAX VAX VAX l Quad cables explanation 7 feet 15 feet 25 feet l Selecting quad cable depends upon the wiring length. l Make sure that the quad cables are twisted pair or shielded twisted pair. r Key-TEL B cl Ti Brminal Box MODULAR CONNECTOR - MODULAR CONNECTOR TERMNAL BOX MODULAR CONNECTOR - SCREW TERMNAL BOX TYPE s 200 FEET (Max cable) Up to 1100 FEET (Max quad cable) flat (VAX Terminal Modular M Modular Modular M Screw NOTE Use the four conductor type inline coupler. Use this type when the quad cable and door box unit is connected. Note: Quad cables are not used for attaching modular terminals. COUPLNG OF CABLE Flat cable Flat cable Flat cable Quad cable 7
11 4. WRNG CONNECTON Wiring cables 0 Be sure to connect as follows Y: YELLOW - Connect the cables to the modular connector and modular screw terminal so that the wires Y, G, R and B at both ends of the cable are parallel. Note that there are no polarity indications (plus or minus) for outer pins B and Y and inner pins R and G. CASE 1 Connection of modular connector and modular-screw terminal. CASE 2 Connection to modular-screw terminal at both ends..,;a~;m+~*~~e;,,:,. Modular-screw terminal Modular-screw terminal l Countermeasure for Lightning For the outdoor wiring to prevent lightning hazard, connect the lightning protectors with TEL and KSU in such a way that the distance between them can be kept short as possible. f telephone conversation is interrupted by lightning turn off the POWER switch of KSU and turn it on again to see if tar Key TEL Y G R B For KSU Y G R B it works. Gb ZNR = ERZClOK 391 GtiD 8
12 5. CONNECTON OF OPTONAL UNT f you are not using key telephones other than those initially mounted, door boxes or external paging, you can disregard this section. Variation of card connection For installing more telephones, three variations are available to connect station card as shown below. Extention Nos. are indicated on each card depending on jacks. CASE 1 Key TEL 24 pcs SLT 0 CASE 2 Key TEL SLT 22 PCS 2 pcs CASE 3 Key TEL SLT 20 pcs 4 pcs Connector name of KSU COL LCl LC2 LC3 LC-s (cnod-)/menxot)jenxot)(enxot) DPH COL LC LC2 LC3 LC-S (4KT) (4KT) (4KT) Station card (VA-30940) DPH COL LC LC2 LC3 LC-S (4KT) -- (4KT) (2KT) -- (2SLT) Station Station card card ll WA-30940) (VA-30942) DPH COL LC1 LC2 LC3 LC-S (4KT) v-l_- (4KT) &XT) Station Station card card (VA-3094Or ( /A-30941) 9
13 5. CONNECTON OF OPTONAL UNT c Extension of CO/PBX line Be sure the power switch is off, before installing or removing the cards. Make connections of an CO/PBX line card and to respective CO/PBX line according to the following procedure. When inserting the CO/PBX line card, make sure that the card top and bottom ribs are aligned with the respective slots located at the regular positions inside the key service unit. l Connection of CO/PBX line card WA ) nsert the CO/PBX line card into the key service unit. This one card makes two CO/PBX lines operable. l Connection of central office lines Connect the central office lines to the respective jacks on the card. COL Nos. 8 and 7 assigned to the connectors in order from the top. COL8 COL7
14 ( Connection of direct station selector (DSS) Profrom the connection of a direct station selector (DSS) and the fixing of the DSS console to a key telephone, according to the following procedures. However, when you use a DSS, programming must be performed (See page 45). 0 Connection of DSS console (VA ) Connect the DSS console to the EXT No. 11 connector-located inside the KSU. Note that the DSS console is paired for use with the key telephone connected to the EXT No. O connector located inside the KSU (that is, DSS console alone cannot perform any operation). 0 Fixing of DSS console to key telephone Fix the DSS console to the key telephone at the four fixing installation holes provided at the bottom of the key telephone, via a fixing plate by fastening screws.
15 5. CONNECTON OF OPTONAL UNT ( Connections of single line telephone or 2key TELsl2SLTs Make connections according to the following single line telephone connecting method and the 2 Key TEL/2 SLT connecting method. When inserting a card, make sure that the card top and bottom ribs are aligned with the respective slots located at the regular positions inside the key service unit. Programming is required for connecting a single fine telephone (See page 63). 0 Single line telephone (1) Connection of station card (VA-30941) nsert the station card into the key service unit, and insert the other piece into its slots to the right of the first card. One card is capable of making 4 single line telephones usable. EXT. No. 31 (2) Connection of single line telephone Connect each of single line telephones to the respective jacks located on the right side card. The jacks are allotted, in order from the top, extensions No. 33 through No. 30 respectively. 0 2 Key TEL/2 SLT (1) Connection of Station card (VA-30942) nsert the station card into the key service unit (for key TEL) and insert the other piece (for SLT) into its slots. One card is capable of making 2 key telephones and 2 single line telephones usable. EXT. EXT. EXT. EXT. (2) Connection of Key TEL/SLT Connect each of key telephones to the respective jacks located on the key TEL card. Then, connect each of single line telephones to the respective jacks located on the station card. The jacks on the key TEL card are allotted, in order from the top, extensions No. 31 and No. 30, while those on the SLT card are allotted, in order from the top, extensions No. 33 and No. 32. [Jig; )q EXT. No. 30 L--l EXT. No. 31 EXT. No. 32 EXT. No. 33
16 Connection Qf door box Make connections of a door box card and of door box according to the following procedure. l Door box card (VA-30960) nsert a door box card into the key service unit. This one card is capable of making 2 door boxes usable. This card may be used for sensor and door openers. (See page 14) Door box 6 Door box A l Connection of door box Connect Door box A and B to the screw terminals (2 terminals make a pair) located on the door box card in Door box A Door box 6 (VA-20861) (V~-20861) 13
17 5. CONNECTON OF OPTONAL UNT Connections of sensor and door opener Make connections of sensor and door opener according to the following procedures. l Connection of sensor (1) nsert a door box card (VA-30960) into the key service unit. This card makes sensor usable and also be used for door box. (See page 13) (2) Connect the sensor terminals (screw terminals) on the door box card to sensor to be used and must meet the following requirements for connection. Requirements for connection (a) Always use a relay-type sensor. (b) Ratings for contacts See figure - Various sensor Contact with-stand voltage : MN.5V Contact current : MN. 2 ma Contact resistance : MAX. 0.1 n l Connection of door opener (1) nsert a door box card (VA-30960) into the key service unit. This one card makes two door openers usable. (2) Connect the screw terminals (two terminals make a pair) located on the door box card to the respective door openers. Since the door openers are one-to-one corresponding to the door box, connections should be made as shown below. Door box A ff Door opener A Door box B ++ Door opener B Note that the door openers to be used must meet the following requirements for connection. Requirements for connection (Requirement for driving contacts of the relay installed in KSU) See figure i-ul a0 - OOC C Drive voltage : MAXAC50VorMAXDC30V Drive current : MAX 1 A Operation time : Approximately 1 second Goor opener w 14
18 Connection of SMDR - This system enables the output from KSU call record data for a telephone (duration of call, etc.) through the RS-232C interface. These data are output by the printer connected to KSU. Programming is necessary for outputting from KSU. (See page 48) 0 Connection of printer Connect the RS-232C connector of KSU and the printer (KX-P 08Oi) by means of the RS-232C cable. Note that because the printer (KX-P1080i) uses a parallel interface, KX-PD is also necessary. See the manual for the RS-232C interface board (KX-P 1 D) for how to mount KX-P 1 D to the inside of the printers. l Explanation of call record output data The following is an explanation concerning the output format and display contents for call record data. l Outputting data forma? (Call record data with title) TME DURAT. C COr: DALED NO. TEL4 ACCT f; uuuuxx:xxux:xx.xuxuuuxuuuuuxxxxx-xxx-xxxxuuuxxuuuuxxxxx (Call record uxxuxx HH Month Da data only) U : Blank X : Data l Display Contents Display items Call finish time Call duration Condition code CO/PBX line number Dial number Extension number Account code Contents Displays in hours/minutes (24 hour system) Display duration of call from start to finish in hours/minutes/seconds (1 digit per 6 second interval). Displays use contents regarding CO/P8X line by the following letters or Blank. D: When call has lasted over 10 hours. L : For conference call. : For incoming call Blank: For outgoing call. * The priority sequence for the condition code display is D > L > > Blank. Displays the line numbers used (1 to 8) When dialing, displays the number moving from right to left to a maximum of 15 digits. Note that for display * is converted to > and :# to <,. Displays the extension number used (10 to 33). Displays the account code input by the caller moving from left to right to a maximum of 5 digits.
19 5. CONNECTON OF OPTONAL UNT Circuit Type EN VA RS-232C Signal Name Printer Pin No. and Connection RS-232C(KX-PilD) AA FG 1 1, Signal Name Circuit Type (EA) BB RXD 2. 2 TXD, -,,.._.- YY BA TXD 3.3 RX- 1 RR CD DTR DSR cc AB SG 7 7 SG AB 1 CB ( CTS DTR CD 16
20 External music on hold source and external paging system Make connections of the external music on hold (MOH) source and of the external paging system according to the following procedure. 0 External music on hold source (1) Set the MOH switch inside the key service unit to the EXT side. (2) Connect from earphone or aux. out jack to RCA MOH jack inside the key service unit. Do not connect directly to speaker output jacks. (nput impedance 50 ka, level max. -10 db) a External paging system (1 ) Connect an external amplifier to the EPA-OUT jack and to the EPA-C terminals inside the key service unit. The EPA-C terminals are to control turning ON/OFF of the external amplifier power. Use RCA-type jack (output impedance: 600 a, level: 0 db) for the connection to the EPA-OUT jack. (2) Connect the external paging speaker to the amplifier. l Volume adjustment The functions of EPA VOLs 1 and 2 located inside the key service unit are as follows. EPA VOL : This volume is to control the level of the music output applied from the external sound source to EPA jack. EPA VOL2: This volume is to control the level of the voice output applied from the TEL to EPA jack. Radio LEPA-VOL 1 volume Speaker 17
21 5. CONNECTON OF OPTONAL UNT ( Setup for Key service unit 1 The internal set up of the KSU and the explanations of switches and lamps are provided below. l Set up of the KSU (1) MOH Switch Perform the set up of the MOH switch. NT : To use built-in hold tone. EXT : To use external music on hold source. (See page 15.) rfor PBX set jumper l Explanations of switches and lamps ( 1) Power Switch This AC power switch is to control the whole system. (2) Power Monitor Lamp This lamps is to indicate that the output level from power supply unit is normal. (3) RST Switch This switch resets the system. f the RAM switch is set to HOLD system programming and speed dials will not be reset. (4) RAM Switch This switch backup the RAM data. Even when the power failure occurs, the RAM memory data will not be erased if the switch is on HOLD side. \ \ LEMTA MoNT Lamp (5) COL MONT This hole is used for reading the COL data when repairing or adjusting KSU, so it should not be touched by anyone other than the serviceman. (6) DATA MONT Lamp System is normal when lamp is flashing. NOTE 0 Programming for automatic outside line selection group. n the FCC rules, this function is regarded as one of the distinguishing features of PBX as against the Key telephone system. When shipped from the factory this function cannot be programmed unless one jumper on the key service unit board is cut.(see page 59) 18
22 6. CONNECTON OF POWER FALURE UNT Power Failure Unit (PFU) is optional equipment which, in case of power failure, directly connects CO/PBX lines and Single Line Telephones. 0 Wall mounting method for Remove a PFU nstall one wood screw on the wall remaining about 5/16 inches of the screw length Hook the mounting hole provided at the top of the PFU to the on-wall installed wood screw, then fasten the wood screw nstall two wood screws on the wall through the two respective mounting holes provided at the bottom of the PFU. l Connection of PFU (1) Connect the connectors labelled FROM COL (COL 1 to 4) and located inside the power failure unit to the respective central office lines. (2) Connect COL Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 inside the key service unit to the connectors (4 places from the top) labelled TO COL (KSU) and located inside the power failure unit, respectively. (3) Connect the connectors (4 places from the top) located on the card of the SLT card (right side card), which is set inside the key service unit, to the connectors labelled FROM SLT-LC(KSU) and located inside the power failure unit, respectively. (4) Connect the connectors (TELs 1 to 4) labelled TO SLT and located inside the power failure unit to the respective single line telephones. These connectors are allotted, in order from the top, Extensions Nos. 30,31,32 and 33. (5) Connect the two screw terminals labelled PFU and located inside the key service unit to the respective two screw terminals labelled TO KSU and located inside the power failure unit. (6) Remove the clamp plate, insert the cords, then reinstall the clamp plate over the cords and secure into place with the screw. Note: That when power failure occurs the COLs correspond to EXTs as shown below. COL -+ EXT. No. 30 COL 2 -+ EXT. No. 31 COL 3 + EXT. No. 32 COL 4 + EXT. No
23 6. CONNECTON OF POWER FALURE UNT 16 in EXT. No. 30 EXT. No. 31 EXT. No. 32 EXT. No. 33 to SLT
24 7. SPECFCATONS OF SYSTEM Modules and system configuration Note VAX Handset cord (15 feet) - - PTTSBURGH SALES OFFCE 0 Washington Circle, Bldg. #2. Rm Washington Rd., McMurrav, Pennsylvania l (412) ATLANTA REGON l 1854 Shackleford Court, Norcross, Georgia l (404) MAM REGON l N. W. 52nd Avenue, Miami, Florida l (305) DALLAS REGON l 1825 Walnut Hill Lane, rving, Texas l (214) HOUSTON SALES OFFCE Vantage Parkway, W., Suite 200, Houston, Texas l (713) CHCAGO REGON l 425 East Algonquin Road, Arington Heights, lllnois (312) DETROT REGON l Research Drive, Farmington, Michigan l (313) MNNEAPOLS REGON Hampshire Avenue South, Bloomington, Minnesota l (612) 829COl9 ST. LOUS REGON l 5434 Eagle ndustrial Court Hazetwood, Missouri l (314) LOS ANGELES REGON l 6550 Katella Avenue, Cypress, California l (714) SAN FRANCSCO REGON l 3825 Hopyard Road, Pleasanton, California l (415) SEATTLE REGON l 4060 Lind Avenue S. W., Renton. Washington l (206) PORTLAND SALES OFFCE l 6645 N.E. 78 Court, Suite C-O, Portland, Oregon l (503) DENVER REGON l East 33rd Place, Suite F, Aurora, Colorado l (303) PHOENX SALES OFFCE 0 One Gateway Center 426 North 44th, Suite 473, Phoenix, Arizona (602)
25 System capacity and specifications System capacity COL capacity 8 ntercom speech path Key telephone* 4 Up to 24 (EXT. No. O to 33) Automatic One touch dial dial 10 stations (for each telephone) System speed dial 90 stations (for the system) Speed dialing digits 16 digits/station (included PBX access code) Redialing digits 16 digits/last number and save number Specifications Dimension (inch) (Height x Width x Depth) and Weight (Pound) Key Service Unit 12.6(H) x 23.0(W) x4.2(d), 9.5(lb) Key Telephone 8.5(H) x 6.7(W) x 2.4(D), 2.2(lb) Power Consumption (Watt) Maximum Approx. 130W *Note: 1. Specifications subject to change without notice. 2. Any of the below combination a. 24 Key telephones b. 22 Key telephones 81 2 single line telephones c. 20 Key telephones & 4 single line telephones
26 Check list of parts When you unpack the system phone, make sure that you have all of the following parts. Key Service Unit Key Service Unit (VA Short station cord for wall mount Operating instruction assy 1 pee 6 pcs 1 set Operating instructions 1 COPY Operating instructions sheet nstallation and programming manual assy nstallation and programming manual 24 copies 1 set 1 COPY Programming table 1 COPY Screw template for wall mounting KSU 1 COPY Key Telephone Base Handset 1 pee 1 pee Handset cord 1 cpe Station cord 1 pee Name card of system speed dial 1 set Name card of individual speed dial 1 COPY Plastic case for system speed dial 1 pee
27 EXPLANATON ON PROGRAMMNG The Easa-Phone VA-824 is a small, sophisticated Key Telephone system. t offers many features which can be easily programmed to uniquelly fit your communication needs. The Easa-Phone utilizes Random Access Memory (RAM) for storage of the User s variable programs and features. Each telephone station can be assigned a set of features based on the individual User s requirements. Note that a program has been preset into the Easa-Phone VA-824 system memory for general use which is called the nitial Set. Thus, no programming is necessary to immediately use your telephone system. However, to properly change from the nitial Set to any other option, the programming steps detailed under the Programming Settings for the desired feature must be followed. A programming record chart is provided for ease of recording your program changes. A sample of this Programming Table indicating the initial Set can be found in the back of this manual. Whenever programming changes are made, they should be immediately recorded on the Programming Table to provide a quick reference of the current programmed feature options. PROGRAMMNG CONTENTS 1. NTALSETLST METHOD OF PROGRAMMNG PROGRAMMNG APPENDX
28 1. NTAL SET LST The table below describes the features, initial setting and those programming mode. FEATURE NTAL SET DESRED FUNCTON PAGE PBX outside dialing digit Dial No.9 Dial no.0 to 8 (one digit set) Automatic pause No Dial No. Call duration display appear timing After 15 set Flash time 1 set 0.6 set or 2 set 33 Pause time 2 set 3 set 34 System speed dial group A 00 to Xx(89) XX can range from 00 to System speed dial group B YY (00) ~ to ~~ 89 YY can range from 00 to Long speech alarm No alarm tone COL auto answering Automatic answering with No auto answering or automatic handset or ON/OFF key COL night incoming ring mode 1 Ring on night time ring set TEL Hold recall No recall Recall after 30 set, lmin, Pmin or immediately 40 Connection of door box 1 Can be connect Can not connect 41 Type of applicable sensor Detect-close Detect-open 42 Sensor alarm stopping method Detection of SLT on-hooking 0.05 to 1.2sec Connection of DSS No connection Hold recall for DSS TEL Recall after 30 set Display time system setting By sensor By handset (off-hooking) (HH) (MM) SMDR output No data output 0.05 to 0.5sec Connection Recall after lmin, 2min or immediately or no recall HH MM N 11 Outputtrng data wrth title or Outputtmg BPS,600BPS,1200BPS,24OOBPS or 96OOBPS SMDR frame configuration i bit2biteven (Data/Stop/parity) odd, 8bit/lbit/even, 8bit/lbit/odd, 8biV 2bit/even, or 8bit/2bit/odd Type of COL dialing Non l+ area code 1 + area code 52 Jc and # restriction 1 Restricted Not restricted 53 Digit length restriction ncoming call restriction Not restricted n accordance with outside dialing restriction class Restrict one of the digit length from 8 to 16 digit ) 54 ) Override setting Clear 25
29 .F. t: 8 g c Line key f COL 3 Line key 4 + COL 4 Line key 5 + COL 5 Line key 6 ---f COL 6 Line key 7 + COL 7 Line key 8 + COL 8 ncoming call ringing No ring Ring EXT no. 10 rings calls of c all COL Off-hook signaling Door box call B w al Sensor ringing z * Zone paging System speed dial group COL incoming ring only Both A and B ring No alarm tone Zone 1 Both groups A & B usable Neither COL nor intercom, only intercom or both COL 72 and intercom No door box rung, only A ring or only B ring EXT. no 22 to 33 is c no door box rung 1 Alarm tone ring (EXT. no.10 is alarm tone ring) 74 Zone 2 to 3 (Possible multiple set) (Zone 3 includes external paging.) Only group A usable, only group B usable or neither group A nor group B unusable Flexible night service setting Can not set night mode Can be set night mode EXT. no.10 is used always as i night mode Flexible night service No night ring Have night ring (EXT. no.10 is night rings) 78 Outside dialing restriction class System speed dial restriction Not restricted Outside dialing restricted, O/l & restricted or O/l restricted Not restricted Restricted
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