1 1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION KEY PHONE SPECIFICATIONS KEY PHONE LAYOUT... 5 KEY PHONE MODEL COMPARISON... 6 KEY PHONE LED... 6 CO Line LED(Dual Color, Tri Status)... 6 Other Function Keys Display... 7 KEY PHONE RINGING FREQUENCY... 7 KEY PHONE OPERATION... 8 OUTGOING DIALING... 8 Press (0);CO Auto Hunting... 8 Press DSS Key; Directed Trunk dialing... 8 Press #4 + CO Line No.; Directed Trunk Hunting... 9 CO Hot Line Call...9 ; CO Auto Hunting... 9 System Speed Dialing Operation... 9 System Speed Dialing programming... 9 Individual Speed Dialing Operation (20 sets) Individual Speed Dialing programming INTERCOM CALL...11 Common Intercom Call Ext. Hot Line Call Ext. Console Calling Attendant Hot Line Call WHILST TALKING FUNCTION OPERATION Normal Call Hold Exclusive Call Hold Retrieve Call From Hold Auto-Hold by Paging Call Transfer... 13
2 CALL ANSWERING Internal/External Call Answering Internal Call Auto Answer Call Pick Up: Total 6 Modes Door-Phone Answering Door-Lock Release OPERATION WHILE DIALING BUSY EXTENSION Internal Automatic Recall Trunk Queuing Barge-In Monitoring Last Number Redialing Automatic Redialing PAGING FUNCTION All Internal & External Zone Paging All Internal Zone Paging All External Zone Paging Directed Internal Zone Paging Directed External Zone Paging CO Auto-Paging Meet Me Paging CONFERENCE CALLS Secret Conversation Release Conference Calls Three-Party Conversation ADDITIONAL FUNCTION OPERATIONS Outgoing Dialing Signal Switch (DTMF/ Pulse) Intercom Call Auto-answering Back-ground Music Call Announcement (OHCA) Baby Monitoring Surroundings-Monitoring... 22
3 Hotel Account Setting System Data Detection Digital Voice Service Setting EXT. INDIVIDUAL FUNCTION SETTING Account Code Operation Ext. Call Forwarding Individual Ext. Password Protection Standard Function Free Programming Digital Volume/Frequency Control Console s Local Alarm/System Time Setting Other Ext. Alarm Programmed by consoles Common Ext. Local Alarm Setting System s Program Setting Ext. USER HELP Authorization Codes Operation Leave-message Function Setting SYSTEM SERVICE GRADE SETTING Day/Night Service Switch Manual/Auto Switch Mode CHARACTERISTIC FUNCTIONS Calculator Function Phone-Book SLT FUNCTION OPERATIONS DIRECTED TRUNK DIALING CO AUTO HUNTING EXT. TO EXT. CALLING EXT. CONSOLE CALLING CO/EXT. ON HOLD DOOR PHONE CALLING CALL FORWARD PROGRAM/CANCEL DO-NOT- DISTURB PROGRAM/CANCEL... 34
4 4.9 INDIVIDUAL EXT. CIPHER LOCK/CANCEL LOCK (NOTE: CIPHERS TOTAL 3DIGITS) EXT. INDIVIDUAL SPEED-DIALING REDIALING OPERATION ACCOUNT CODE OPERATION RETRIEVE INTERNAL/EXTERNAL CALL FROM HOLD EXTENSION ALARM SETTING EXTERNAL CALL PARK OPERATION... 36
5 1 General Description Thank you for choosing Syscom AV Series Key Telephone System. This Operation Manual gives clear description of all the steps for Key Telephones operation. This manual will assist you to achieve telecommunication services & management of the highest quality, so please spend some time reading this manual in detail and have a good understanding of the operation steps. 2 Key Phone Specifications 2.1 Key Phone Layout 1) Hook Switch 2) LCD Display 3) DSS Keys 4) Message LED 5) Dial/Redial Key 6) Delete/Speed Dialing Key 7) Select/Transfer/Flash Key 8) Menu/HOLD Key 9) Handsfree LED 10) Confirm/Handsfree Key 11) Micro Phone 20) Handset Speaker 12) UP Key 21) Handset 13) DOWN Key 22) Handset Microphone 14) FUNCTION Key 23) Handset Spring-cord Jack 15) Handset Wall 24) Spring Cord Mount Clip 25) Line-cord Jack 16) Speaker 26) Spring-cord Jack 27) Table/ Wall Mount Bracket 17) Calculator 28) Operations Card 18) Phonebook/names 19) Telephone Receiver Note: The function key is also used in Phone-Book Function. KEY PHONE
6 Key Phone Model Comparison ( Available;- Unavailable) MODEL DESCRIPTION DSS Keys Hands free dialing Hands free Speaker OHCA LCD Display Phone Book KP20X Standard Phone 15 Keys KP20XLB Big LCD Phone 15 Keys KP20XDB Deluxe Phone 15 Keys - KP20S Standard Phone 25 Keys KP20LB Big LCD Phone 25 Keys KP10DB Deluxe Phone 25 Keys - KP70 Deluxe Phone 20 Keys - Key Phone LED CO Line LED(Dual Color, Tri Status) Unused Local Use Others Use CO Ringing CO Transfer Local Hold Normal Hold Other Ext Normal Hold Steady Off Steady Green Steady Red Red Flash 100ms on/off RD/GR Flash 250ms R/G Green 250ms on/off Red 250ms on/off Local Hold Exclusive Hold Green 1Sec Green Red
7 Other Function Keys Display Hands free LED Program Conf./DND LED DND Conf./DND LED Night Transfer Auto-redialing Save LED Call Forward Forward LED Red 100ms on/off Red 250ms on/off Red 100ms on/off Red 100ms on/off Red 100ms on/off Green Red Key Phone Ringing Frequency Key Phone Ringing Ext. Ringing Voice Call Ext. Ringing Ringing Call CO Ringing Common Hold Recall Exclusive Hold Recall Trunk Queuing Indicator Ringing 250ms on/off/on 500ms on/off/on 3S off 1S on 3S off 250ms on/off/on 3250ms off 250ms on/off/on 2750ms off 500ms on/off
8 Key Phone Operation In the following Operation flow-charts: Characters with textbox indicates operation steps. Characters without textbox indicates status. Outgoing dialing Outgoing dialing DESCRIPTION 1. AV Series System provides two types of signals. A. DTMF dialing B. Pulse Dialing 2. System provides One-touch CO Hunting code; Refer to system program in Zone 202. Defaults: Press 0 to CO auto hunting Note: When operating Press (0), CO Auto Hunting, only can hunt Lines of the External Zone this Ext. belongs to. 3. All the CO DSS keys of SYSCOM AV Series are dual Color, Tri status LED. Green Light: Local Ext. Use Red Light: Other Ext. Use Press (0);CO Auto Hunting Auto CO Access Hear Dial Tone Dialing Note: When all CO are busy, the local phone gives a busy tone, and the LCD Key phone displays Your CO Busy! Press DSS Key; Directed Trunk dialing Hear Dial Tone Dialing
9 Press #4 + CO Line No.; Directed Trunk Hunting CO Line No. Hear Dial Tone Dialing CO Hot Line Call Refer to system program in Zone 508. Auto dialing the CO Phone No. Programmed with Zone508 ; CO Auto Hunting Refer to system program in Zone 240. Program Start-using Off hook to auto hunt CO To Cancel Cancel the above function Note: After programming the function of Off hook to Auto hunt CO, you should press SPK Key before calling an Extension. System Speed Dialing Operation Regular & console operator handset 3 digits SPD code Dialing system SPD number System Speed Dialing programming Console operator handset only 3 digits SPD code Telephone number Next speed dial code or To leave
10 Individual Speed Dialing Operation (20 sets) Regular & console operator handset Individual Speed dialing code has two types and total 20 sets. A. Numeric Key (0~9) 10 sets B. DSS Key (DSS01~DSS10) 10 sets or Numeric Key (00~09) Dialing individual SPD number Directed CO Note: Add 0 as per programmed Numeric Key (0~9) for the individual numeric speed dial operation. Individual Speed Dialing programming Console Operator handset or Telephone number Next speed dial code or To leave Regular handset or Numeric key (0~9) Telephone number Next speed dial code or To leave
11 Intercom Call Intercom Call DESCRIPTION 1. AV Series system provides two kinds of Call Methods, programmed with Zone 207. A. Voice Call B. Ringing Call Default 2. During intercom operation, press to change the call method. 3. AV Series system provides two kinds of Ext. Dial Tone, programmed with Zone 208. A. Constant Tone Default B. Desultory Tone 4.During Intercom Call, LCD display as: A. Caller s Ext. LCD: Receiver s Ext. No. and in-use status B. Receiver s Ext. LCD: Caller s Ext. No. Common Intercom Call Dial Ext. No. / Ext. appointed DSS Key Ext. Hot Line Call Refer to system program in Zone 508. Auto dialing the Ext. No. Programmed with Zone508 Ext. Console Calling Refer to system program in Zone 201. Auto call the attendant Attendant Hot Line Call Refer to system program in Zone 505-ST-IP=4. Auto call the attendant
12 Whilst Talking Function Operation Whilst Talking Function Operation DESCRIPTION SYSCOM AV Series Systems have many innovations in Key Phone operations. Please contact your SYSCOM representative for a suitable Program. E.G.: 1. Auto-Hold by paging: Press PAGE Key whilst talking, system will automatically hold the line. 2. Auto-Transfer by Answer-paging: Paging to auto-hold the line; After answering paging, the call will be auto-transferred to the answering-page Ext. 3. Auto Pick-Up. 4. Using Calculator whilst talking. Normal Call Hold The other side can hear music-on-hold. Every Ext. Phone can retrieve this on-hold CO/Ext. Line. Whilst Talking Call Hold (The other side can hear music-on-hold) Note: At that moment, the on-hold CO./Ext. line DSS Key s LED begins to flash. Exclusive Call Hold Refer to system program in Zone 242; the other side can hear music-on-hold, Only the local phone can retrieve this on-hold CO/Ext. Line. Whilst Talking Exclusive Hold (The other side can hear music-on-hold) Note: When on Exclusive Hold, the on-hold CO/Ext. line s DSS Key LED flashes slowly.
13 Retrieve Call From Hold Pick up the on-hold CO/Ext. Line and answer the call. Retrieve Internal Call: Hold/Exclusive Hold The DSS Key which the On hold Ext. No. belongs to Answer the on hold call Retrieve External Call: Hold/Exclusive Hold The DSS Key which the On hold CO Line belongs to #401~#4XX Directed CO Line Answer the on hold call Note: Normal Hold Answer: Every Ext. Phone can retrieve this on-hold CO/Ext. Line. Exclusive Hold Answer: Only the local phone can retrieve this on-hold CO/Ext. Line. Auto-Hold by Paging This function is especially for AV Series Systems. Whilst Talking Auto-Hold the on talk Line Call Transfer Transfer the current call to other Ext. Direct Transfer Whilst Talking Ext. No. Call Transfer Indirect Transfer Whilst Talking Ext. No. Answer Right Call Transfer Auto-Transfer by Answer-paging Whilst Talking Answer paging Call Auto- Transfer
14 Call Answering Call Answering DESCRIPTION There are 5 types of Call Answering as below: 1. Internal Call Answer 2. External Call Answer 3. Door Phone Answer 4. Answer paging (Refer to Chart 6) 5. Special Answer Call Pick Up Internal/External Call Answering Ext. Phone Ringing Answer the Call Hans free Speaker Internal Call Auto Answer Only the key phones with hands free speaker have this function. at/mic LED On (Red Light) Internal Call Auto Answer Note: Press at/mic Key to cancel the Internal Call Auto Answer. Call Pick Up: Total 6 Modes Group Call Pick-Up: Pickup a ringing extension within your work group. (External/Internal Calls) General Call Pick-Up: Pickup any extension in the system. (External/Internal Calls) Directed Group Pick-Up: Pickup a ringing extension within the directed group. (External/Internal Calls) Ext. within other Group ringing * 2 Group No. of the ringing Ext. 1~8 Directed Group Pick-Up
15 * Directed Ext. Pick- Up: Pick up a directed ringing extension. (External/Internal Calls) Other Ext. ringing * 2 Ringing Ext. No. Directed Ext. Pick-Up Directed CO Line Pick-Up: Pick up the call of the directed CO Line.(External/Internal) Any CO Call in * 2 Ringing CO Line No. Directed CO Line Pick-Up CO Line Auto Pick-Up: Refer to system program in Zone 506-ST-06. Any CO Call in Door-Phone Answering CO Line Auto Pick-Up Door Phone Ringing Ext. Ringing Door Phone Answering Door-Lock Release Door-lock Release while on Door Phone call On Door Phone call Door-Lock Release System directly releases Door-lock (#61 means release the 1st Door Lock, #62 means release the 2nd Door Lock.) On Door Phone Call Door-Lock Release
16 Operation while Dialing Busy Extension Operation while dialing busy extension DESCRIPTION Many functions of AV Series products should be coordinated with System Program setting, so please contact your SYSCOM representative for a suitable Program Internal Automatic Recall While calling an extension and hearing busy Tone, you may use the function Internal Automatic Recall. Leave-message: coordinated with system program in Zone 500, 501. Call an Ext. Note: 1. The MSG LED of the Extension with message (Receiver) will flash; at that time, LCD phones will display the message information. 2. After finishing leaving message, system will Automatically Recall the Caller s Ext. and remind the Receiver s Ext. as soon as the receiver s Ext. has released the line. 3. Leaving-message has different grades (refer to system program in Zone 504-ST-IP=3). It only can takes effect from the superior level to the subordinate level or between equivalent levels. Receiver s Ext. Busy/No Answer Answering the leave-message Finished Leaving Message Receiver s Ext. MSG LED Flash Call back the Caller s Ext Trunk Queuing While accessing a trunk and hearing busy tone, you may use the function of Trunk Queuing. System will call the extension which has queued the trunk as soon as the queued trunk becomes idle; at that time, the extension can use this trunk line by Off-Hook. Hunt CO Hearing Busy Tone Finished Trunk Queuing
17 3.5.3 Barge-In Refer to system program in Zone 504-ST-01. Call an Ext./Hunt CO Hearing Busy Tone OPER Barge In Note: 1. Barge-In has different levels. The superior level can leave message for the subordinate level, as well as the equivalent levels can leave messages for each other. 2. It gives a warning tone when barge-in. 3. System provides Tri-Parties conference function after barge-in Monitoring Refer to system program in Zone 504-ST-02. Call an Ext./Hunt CO Hearing Busy Tone OPER Monitoring Note: 1. Monitoring has different levels. The superior level can monitor the subordinate level, but equivalent levels cannot monitor each other. 2. It gives no signal when monitoring Last Number Redialing Auto hunting CO and redialing Note: When redialing the last number, system auto hunts CO Line Automatic Redialing Dialing the telephone No. repeatedly Called Party Busy/no answer Automatic Redialing Note: 1. Refer to system program in Zone 120, 121,123 for setting the auto-dialing times, dialing waiting time and auto-dialing alternate time. 2. When operating this function, the save LED flashes quickly.
18 Paging Function Paging DESCRIPTION 1. AV Series Systems provide one-touch function for Paging. 2. AV Series Systems provide 5 types of traditional paging modes. 3. AV Series Systems also provide one type of special paging function: CO Auto Paging. 4. Paging function starts with an Indicator Tone lasting 1sec. All Internal & External Zone Paging All Internal & External Zone Paging Note: Page Key can be set as All Internal & External Zone Paging. Refer to System Program in Zone 500. All Internal Zone Paging All Internal Zone Paging Note: Page Key can be set as All Internal Zone Paging. Refer to System Program in Zone 500. All External Zone Paging All External Zone Paging Note: Page Key can be set as All External Zone Paging. Refer to System Program in Zone 500. Directed Internal Zone Paging Max: 8 Groups. Refer to Internal-Grouping
19 Directed External Zone Paging Internal Zone Number (1~8) Directed Internal Zone Paging Max: 8 Groups. Refer to External-Grouping External Zone Number (1~8) Directed External Zone Paging CO Auto-Paging Coordinated with Voice Service Card CO Call in Voice Service Answer Page-Password CO Auto Paging Note: 1. This function must be coordinated with Voice Service Card. 2. After the voice service answers the incoming external call, a page-password is needed for CO Auto-Paging function. 3. After entering the correct page-password, you can hear a paging Indicator Tone. 4. Refer to system program in Zone 301 IP=5 for page-password setting. 5. CO Auto Paging is to page all internal & external zones. Meet Me Paging Hearing Paging Answer Paging Note: Refer to system program in Zone 506-ST-IP=8 for Off-Hook to auto answer paging function setting of Individual Ext.
20 Conference Calls Secret Conversation Release/Conference Calls/Three-party Conversation DESCRIPTION 1. Secret Conversation Release: Ext. whilst talking with Ext. /CO, permits a 3rd party extension to join the conversation. 2. Conference Calls: Ext. whilst talking with Ext. /CO, calling other Ext. /CO to join the conversation. 3. Tri-parties Conversation: Ext. whilst talking with Ext. /CO, talking with other two CO lines by turn. Secret Conversation Release After Internal/External Secret Conversation is released, any other extensions can join the conversation by calling the extension which has operated this function. Ext. talk with CO/Ext. Secret Conversation Release Note: Secret Conversation Function permits one extension to join the conversation without level control. Conference Calls Maximum of three (3) Parties Talk with an Ext. Call another Ext./CO Conferencing Note: Conference Calls Function permits 2 Ext. & 1 CO, 1 Ext. & 2 CO or 3 Ext. to have a conversation. Three-Party Conversation This function permits an extension to talk with two CO lines by turns. Talk with a CO Call another CO 3-Parties Converse Switch between 2 External calls
21 Additional Function Operations Other Function Operations DESCRIPTION Additional functions include: Outgoing Dialing Signal Switch, Intercom Call Auto-answering, Back-ground Music, OHCA Enable, Baby Monitoring, Surroundings Monitoring, System Data detection, Voice Service Setting Outgoing Dialing Signal Switch (DTMF/ Pulse) Only provides changing Pulse signal to DTMF signal Hunt CO Pulse Signal changes to DTMF Intercom Call Auto-answering Key Phone with hands free Speaker provides this function. Auto-Answering Enable Intercom Call Auto-answering Enable; SPK LED On To Cancel Auto-answering Enable Cancel Auto-Answering; SPK LED Off Back-ground Music Back-ground Music Enable Key phone plays the Back-ground Music To Cancel Key phone plays the Back-ground Music Cancel playing the Music Note: System allows selection of Internal or External Back-ground music.
22 Call Announcement (OHCA) Only Phones with hands free Speaker permit this function. Call an Ext. with OHCA Hearing Busy Tone OHCA Enable Note: An OHCA Phone s Conversation-Circuit includes one set of Handset and one set of Microphone Speaker. Baby Monitoring Baby-room Ext. Baby Monitoring Enable Note: 1. After Baby-room Ext. (with hands free speaker) is listening-enabled, any other extension can monitor the baby-room by calling the baby-room Ext. 2. Baby Monitoring enable without Grade Control. This function will be cancelled by lifting Off-hook the baby-room Ext. Surroundings-Monitoring Refer to system program in Zone 506-ST-07, 504-ST-02. Note: Call the Ext. to be monitored Surroundings- Monitoring Enable 1. Only Phones with hands free Speaker permit this function. 2. Surroundings-Monitoring enable is under Grade Control. Hotel Account Setting Only Consoles provide this function. Check In Dial Ext. No. Check Out Dial Ext. No.
23 System Data Detection Only LCD Phones permit this function. System Data Detection Note: During the System Data Detection, different systems give different messages by pressing TRF/FL key continuously. LCD Displays as below: System Brand System Model: AV-20/AV-48/AV-64/AV-96/AV-256 System Program Status: (S: programmed not, U: programmed) SYSCOM AV-XXX X VER:NNN PORT:NN Soft Version Local Ext. Port Digital Voice Service Setting Note: If you have any queries on voice setting, recording, planning or usage, please contact your SYSCOM representative for assistance.
24 Ext. Individual Function Setting Ext. Individual Function Setting DESCRIPTION Ext. Individual Function includes: Account Code, Ext. Call Forwarding, Ext. password-protection and other common-use optional settings. Account Code Operation Refer to system program in Zone 403. Enter Account Code Auto hunting CO; Can access a Restricted Line Note: Local Telephone sends out a warning tone for password error. At the same time, LCD displays Restricted. Ext. Call Forwarding Total are five modes of Call Forward. Call Forward--All: All Call Forward diverts all incoming calls to the directed Ext. Ext. No. DSS Key Finished Setting Call Forward--Busy: Busy Call Forward diverts calls immediately when your extension in busy or in Do-Not-Disturb Mode. Ext. No. DSS Key Finished Setting Call Forward--No Answer: No Answer Call Forward diverts calls which are unanswered after a specified period of time. Ext. No. DSS Key Finished Setting
25 Call Forward--Busy/No Answer: Ext. No. DSS Key Finished Setting Call Forwarding Follow Me: This function permits you to place your forwarding instructions from other extension to your own extension. Ext. No. DSS Key Finished Setting Cancel Call Forwarding: To cancel any mode of Call-Forward. Local Ext. No. Finished Setting Individual Ext. Password Protection Program Password Finished Setting To Cancel Original Password Finished Setting To Cancel Once: Cancel the Ext. Password Protection once. After using, the extension goes back to Password Lock. Original Password Finished Setting
26 3.9.4 Standard Function Free Programming Standard Function One-Touch Setting: to define DSS16~25 as Individual one-touch function key. Program DSS Key 16~25 Function Steps Setting Note: Maximum 5 steps can be programmed. To Cancel Finished Setting The DSS Key which to be canceled Setting Cancel Setting One-Touch Function Defined by System: Refer to system program in Zone 500. Digital Volume/Frequency Control Ext. Ringing Volume Adjustment: 8 different Volume levels. Finished Setting Speaker Volume Adjustment: 8 different Volume levels. Finished Setting Handset Volume Adjustment: 8 different Volume levels. Finished Setting Ext. Ringing Frequency Adjustment: 9 different frequencies. Finished Setting Note: 1. Whilst adjusting the Ext. ringing frequency, the Ext. will ring as per the selected ringing frequency. 2. The Ext. will ring as per the selected ringing frequency after finishing setting. 3. The system program Zone 504-ST-05 can also change the ringing frequency.
27 Console s Local Alarm/System Time Setting An LCD phone is recommended to be used as a console. : 9 means to adjust the console s Local Alarm Clock; # means to adjust the System Time. Enter Setting Value Enter Setting Value Finished Setting Note: 1. LCD Display for Console s Local Alarm Clock setting : User Alarm PP MM:NN SS Setting Value: 01~03 Alarm Duration Setting: 00: Means Cancel Alarm Setting 01~98: Means Alarm Duration, Unit: 1 Minute 99: Means Morning Call Alarm Minute Setting: 00~59 Alarm Hour Setting: 00~23 2. LCD Display for System Time Setting : System Program Zone Item 304 M/D/Y W T PP MM/NN/YY W MM:NN System Setting Cursor System Time Minute Setting: 00~59 System Time Hour Setting: 00~23 System Time Week Setting: 1~7 System Time Year Setting: 00~99 System Time Day Setting: 01~31 System Time Month Setting: 01~12 Other Ext. Alarm Programmed by consoles Enter Ext. No. / Setting Value Finished Setting Note: LCD Displays as Chart (LCD Display for Console s Local Alarm Clock setting ).
28 Common Ext. Local Alarm Setting LCD Displays as Chart (LCD Display for Console s Local Alarm Clock setting ). Enter Setting Value Finished Setting System s Program Setting Please refer to Zone 301 P=1 for System Program Entering Password setting. Enter Password Finished Setting No Password Protection, Press save Key directly Note: Please refer to the System Program Manual for System Program Details. Ext. USER HELP Enter USER HELP Note: 1. Press 0 after entering; LCD displays USER HELP of the current function. 2. Press # after entering; LCD displays USER HELP of the next function. 3. Press after entering; LCD displays USER HELP of the previous function. Authorization Codes Operation Refer to system program in Zone 301 IP=4. Hunt CO Enter Authorization Code CO Auto Hunting Note: Operating an Authorization Code gives access to a restricted CO line without Accounting. Leave-message Function Setting Refer to system program in Zone 500, 504-ST-03. MSG Status Select Enter Setting Value Finished Setting Note: 1. There are totally 9 types of Leave-message Status; A superior level can leave message for a subordinate level, as well as the equivalent levels can leave messages for each other. 2. The MSG LED of the Extension with message will flash; at the same time, LCD displays the message information. 3. The setting of SLT Leave-message should be coordinated with system program in Zone 245.
29 System Service Grade Setting System Service Grade Setting DESCRIPTION 1. Only consoles can use this function. (Refer to system program in Zone 306) 2. System Service Grade includes: Day Service Night Service 3. There are 2 modes to switch the service grade: Auto Switch Mode Manual Switch Mode 4. System Service Grade Setting can change: Extension Toll Control Mode, CO Line Ringing Mode, Extension Pick-Up CO Line Mode, DISA Mode Day/Night Service Switch Day/Night Switch Day/Night Switch... Note: 1. In Day/Night Service Switch Mode, Press TRF/FL Key to switch the Day/Night Service Mode. 2. Day/Night service switched with an indicator Tone. 3. Press SPK Key to exit setting status. Manual/Auto Switch Mode Auto Mode refers to system program in Zone 306. Manual/Auto Switch Manual/Auto Switch... Note: 1. In Manual Mode, you can switch the Day/Night Service Mode at any time. 2. In Auto Mode, you should program the Day/Night Service; refer to Zone 306. LCD displays AUTO, means Day/Night service auto switch; conf/dnd LED flashes quickly. LCD displays Manual, means Day/Night service manual switch; conf/dnd LED flashes slowly.
30 Characteristic Functions Characteristic Functions DESCRIPTION 1. Calculator Function System provides Calculator Function under all status. 2. Phone-Book Function (1) Missed: Missed Calls (2) Received: Received Calls (3) Dialed : Dialed Calls (4) Search Name: Search the Directory by entering Name (5) Search Number: Search the Directory by entering Phone Number (6) Add Contact: Add/Edit Contact Calculator Function Operate All Status Use Calculator Exit Calculator Use Cancel Phone-Book Enter/Exit Phone-Book Enter Main Menu... Exit Select Needed Entry Main Menu Status Menu Content: Select the Needed Entry Enter Searching or Operation (1) Missed: Missed Calls (2) Received: Received Calls (3) Dialed: Dialed Calls (4) Search Name: Search the Directory by entering Name (5) Search Number: Search the Directory by entering Phone Number (6) Add Contact: Add/Edit Contact
31 Missed/Received/Dialed Calls Missed/Received/Dialed Searching Status Thumb Through the Phone No. Delete the current No. Dialing the current No. Added to the directory (Refer to Add/Edit Contact) Search Name Search Name Inquire Status Enter Name by Pressing Corresponding Numeric Keys Move the cursor to the next Character Delete the Current Character Thumb Through the Similar Names Dialing the current Corresponding Phone No. Complete Number Research Status Note: LCD Displays No Numbers in the 2nd Row when no similar number found. Search Number Search Number Inquire Status Enter Inquiring Number by Pressing Numeric Key Delete the Current Character Thumb Through the Similar Numbers Dialing the current Number Complete Number Note: LCD Displays No Numbers in the 2nd Row when no similar number found.
32 Add/Edit Contact Add Contact Edit Status Select Edit Object (Name/Number) Enter Edited Name/Number by pressing Numeric Keys Move the Cursor Delete the Current Character Save Number Go on Editing Go back to the Main Menu Edit Similar Numbers Complete Number Research Status Thumb Through the similar Numbers Delete the Current Number Dialing the current Number Edit the current Number ( Add contact )
33 4 SLT Function Operations SLT Function Operations DESCRIPTION All SYSCOM AV series Systems provide SLT standard ports which can be connected to any SLT-Port products. E.G.: Wireless SLT, MODEM, FAX, Recorder\ Auto attendant, Voice Mail 4.1 Directed Trunk Dialing CO Line No. 01~XX Dialing 4.2 CO Auto Hunting Auto Hunt CO Dialing 4.3 Ext. to Ext. Calling Ext. No. Station Dialing 4.4 Ext. Console Calling Console Calling 4.5 CO/Ext. On Hold Whilst Talking Hook Flash On hold the current CO/Ext. Calls 4.6 Door Phone Calling Calling the 1st Door Phone Calling the 2nd Door Phone
34 4.7 Call Forward Program/Cancel Program Ext. No. Call Forward--All Ext. No. Call Forward--Busy Ext. No. Call Forward--No Answer Ext. No. Call Forward--Busy/No Answer Ext. No. Call Forwarding--Follow Me To Cancel Local Ext. No. Cancel Call-Forward 4.8 Do-Not- Disturb Program/Cancel Program DND Programmed To Cancel DND Cancelled 4.9 Individual Ext. Cipher Lock/Cancel Lock (Note: Ciphers total 3digits) Cipher setup and cancel are the same Operation Steps. Put into Cipher Ext. Lock/Cancel Lock Put into Cipher Release Lock Once Auto Hunt CO
35 4.10 Ext. Individual Speed-Dialing Speed-dial Code: Program: 0~9 Operate: 00~09 Program Speed-Dial Code 0~9 CO Line No. CO Telephone No. Finished Setting Note: CO Line No. -00: Any CO Line 01: CO Line 1 02: CO Line 2 Operate Speed-Dial Code 00~99 Auto Hunt CO; Dialing 4.11 Redialing Operation Auto Hunt CO; Redialing 4.12 Account Code Operation Refer to system program in Zone 403. Account Code Auto Hunt CO Dialing 4.13 Retrieve Internal/External Call From Hold Retrieve Internal/External Call from Hold
36 4.14 Conference Calls/Tri-Parties Converse Talk with an Ext. HOLD Operation Call another Ext./CO Conferencing Talk with a CO HOLD Operation Call another CO HOLD Operation Switch Between 2 External Calls Tri-Parties Converse 4.15 Extension Alarm Setting To cancel Alarm, Enter the setting value Setting Value (6 digits) Finished Setting Note: Setting Value total are 6 Digits 1~2 Digits: HH Setting (24 Hours); 00~23 3~4 Digits: MM Setting; 00~59 5~6 Digits: Alarm Time Setting 00: Means Cancel Alarm Setting 01~98: Means Alarm Duration, Unit: 1 Minute 99: Means Morning Call 4.16 External Call Park Operation When an SLT receives an external call, put it into CALL PARK, then you or anyone else can answer it from any other phone. Call Park is similar to placing a call on hold, but you retrieve the call by dialing a code (Call Park No.), rather than by pressing a line button. External Call Park AV Series System provides 10 CO Line Call Parks; Each Call Park can be put into one CO Line Call at one time. Talk with a CO HOLD Operation Call Park Pick-Up Call Park No. 0~9 External Call Park Call Park No. 0~9 Call Park Pick-Up
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