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1 Telephone System Master Programming Manual Rev 2.0a

2 Page 2 LYNX Master Programming Manual Rev 2.0a

3 LYNX Plus Programming Manual Rev 2.0a Page 3

4 Notification Notification is hereby given that TransTel Communications, Inc. reserves the right to modify, change, update or revise this document from time to time as required without the prior obligation to notify any person, company or organization. Further, TransTel Communications, Inc. makes no warranty or representation, either express or implied, with respect to merchantability, or fitness of its products for a particular purpose TransTel Communications, Inc. This document or any parts thereof are not to be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or information storage and retrieval systems for any purpose whatsoever without the express written permission of TransTel Communications, Inc.. Revision History Date of Release Revision Description First Revision Manual a Operation of Voice Mail clarified Revision Note: Page 4 LYNX Master Programming Manual Rev 2.0a

5 Table of Contents General Description - Introduction...15 FCC Rules and Regulation...15 FCC Registration Number...15 Ringer Equivalence Number 0.3B...15 Notification of the Telephone Company...15 Direct Connection to a Party-Line or Coin Operated Telephone Line is Prohibited Incidence of Harm to the Telephone Lines...15 Compatibility of the Telephone Network and Terminal Equipment Radio Frequency Interference...16 CTR 21 (98/482/EC) Declaration Network Compatibility...16 Economy and Efficiency...17 Easy Installation...17 Easy Maintenance...17 Flexibility of System Applications...17 Varied Extension Alternatives...17 Liquid Crystal Display...18 Mechanical Specifications (Key Service Unit)...19 Mechanical Specifications (Battery Back Up Housing)...19 Environmental Specifications...19 Features...19 System Features...19 Station Features...21 Parts & Peripherals...21 System Modules...21 Type of Phones...21 Peripheral Devices...22 Optional Interface Cards...22 System Installation - Introduction...23 Site Requirements...24 Location...24 Choosing the Right Environment Installation Checklist...24 Equipment Requirements...24 Installation...24 Installing expansion and optional cards...25 Card Introduction...25 G1K-PWU-Power Supply Interface Card...25 G1K-MBU2 Main Board Unit...26 G1K-TLU 2 Port CO Line and 4 Port SLT...27 G1K-NFC Install G1K-TLU 2 CO line 4 port SLT...28 Installing the Equipment...29 Backboard...29 Key Service Unit...29 Power Supply...29 LYNX Plus Programming Manual Rev 2.0a Page 5

6 Check Your power adapter...29 Mount Power adapter Preparing The External Battery Backup Charging the Battery Installing or Replacing Batteries Caution...30 KSU Connecting (Main) Panel Layout Connecting Stations Digital Key Telephone DK6 - DK Access Control Telephone/Door Phone ACP/DPU Single Line Telephone (connected to G1K-MBU) Music on Hold Connection Optional Cabling Door Switch (Relay) Connection Sensor Connection RS232 Port Connection VMU Setup External Music on Hold Source Power On and Operational Test Operational Tests Special Immunity Protection for System and terminals Introduction New Systems Basic Programming Commands Enter Programming:...38 Alphanumeric Entry: DK6 Key Telephone Key Layout (36 Button) DK6 Key Telephone Key Layout (18 Button) LYNX System Setup Program 01-tk-IP : Day Ringing And Ringing Line Preference Assignment Program 02-tk-IP : Night Ringing And Ringing Line Preference Assignment Program IP : Door Phone Ringing Assignment Program 04-gp-IP : Console Assignment Program IP : System Timing Parameters Hold Recall Time Exclusive Hold Recall Time Hold Recall Timeout DISA & ECF Access Delay Time - Day Busy Remind Cycle Time (Off-Hook Ringing) Pause Time DTMF Generation Time Call Forward No Answer Transfer Time Program IP : System Timing Parameters SLT Dial Tone Timeout SLT Inter-Digit Timeout Auto Redial Access Time PSTN Lines Page 6 LYNX Master Programming Manual Rev 2.0a

7 04. SLT Release Signal Time PSTN Line Flash Time - Key Phone & Analog Phone SLT Hold Signal Time Ring On Time Ring Off Time...47 Program IP : System Timing Parameters Make/Break Ratio Automatic Trunk Search Intercom Call Signalling Method PABX (Centrex) Outgoing Code: (Refer to Program 35-TK-01) Toll Access Code Station Numbering Plan Internal Dial Tone Pattern Door Phone Ring Pattern...49 Program IP : System Timing Parameters System Baud Rate Setting Dial 9 Flag Action for Call Duration Limiting /24 Hours Clock SLT Hook Flash Answer Delay Speed Dialling Distribution Single Digit Intercom SLT Message Waiting Method...51 Program IP : System Timing Parameters Morning Call Reserved , 04. Speed Dial Unrestricted - 1, Name Function Reserved Auto Redial Trials Auto Redial Pause Time...54 Program IP : System Timing Parameters Transfer Busy Recall Time Transfer Idle Recall Time ISDN Audio Coding (a-law orµ- law) Polarity Reversal Operator Code Unsupervised Conference & ECF Time Setting Hold Feature for SLT Station Hunting Group - Ring Method:...56 Program IP : System Timing Parameters Intercom Searching Toll Override Prevention from Quick Dial Paging Alert Tone DISA Recall To Console - No Dialling Key Phone Toll Override Prevention SMDR Digit Mask Guard Time for CO Line Re-accessing Reserved...58 Program IP : System Timing Parameters Ring Hunt Time DSS Access to Other Trunk Group SLT Camp on Time...59 LYNX Plus Programming Manual Rev 2.0a Page 7

8 05. SLT Programming Digit DISA Transfer Time No Answer DISA Transfer Time - No Dialling Music Source Selection Program IP : System Timing Parameters Console Queuing Clear Forward Signal (Loop Disconnect) Detection DISA Busy Tone Detection Reserved ACD-1 Enable Time ACD-1 Segment 2 Recall Time ACD-1 Release Time Program IP : System Timing Parameters Program IP : System Timing Parameters DTMF Caller ID Leading Digit Number of DISA Passwords Select Music on Hold or Ring Back Tone DISA & ECF Access Delay Time Night : DISA Special Function Access DISA Re-check Times To Station/Console Door Phone Ringing Time DISA Single Digit Dialling Program IP : System Timing Parameters Call Transfer Method Key Telephone Reserved Exclusive Hold Capability Door Relay Activation Time Voice Mail Call Forward Protocol Selection and Muting Leading Digits Linear / Circular Trunk Group Access LED Indication of Check In / Check Out Reserved Program IP : System Timing Parameters Intercom Hot Key Dialling Immediate SMDR Output Caller ID Buffer Block Size Reserved CLI Record Storing Method for LCD Phones CTI-Trunk Status Report Least Cost Routing Weekly Holiday Least Cost Routing Weekly Holiday Program IP : System Timing Parameters SLT LCR Switch on Delay for PSTN Reserved 03. Reserved 04. Reserved DISA DTMF Detect Delay Time CLI Delay Ring Time Reserved 08. Reserved Program IP : System Timing Parameters Company Greeting Time Reserved 03. Reserved Program IP : System Timing Parameters Midnight Reset Page 8 LYNX Master Programming Manual Rev 2.0a

9 02. Reserved DISA Single Digit Dialing Level VMU Language Service Reserved Reserved ACP Data Output Format Reserved...76 Program IP : System Timing Parameters Reserved Voice Compression Extension Number Announcement for DISA DISA & ECF Access Delay Time Lunch DTMF CLI Leading Digits DTMF CLI Trailing Digits Call Block or Transfer to Voice Mail according to CLI Message Minimum Mail Box Record Time...79 Program IP : System Timing Parameters Reserved Hotel Alarm Dial Out History Feature Reserved Reserved Play Transfer message for ECF High Frequency Level of DTMF Generator Low Frequency Level of DTMF Generator...81 Program IP : System Timing Parameters Reserved Reserved Reserved Silence Detection For VMU Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved...82 Program IP : System Timing Parameters VMU Mailbox Delete All Messages DISA No Digits Dialed (End of Message) Destination Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved...83 Program IP : System Timing Parameters Reserved: Reserved: Reserved: Reserved Reserved: Reserved: DSP Reset Reserved:...84 Program IP : System Timing Parameters Reserved:...85 LYNX Plus Programming Manual Rev 2.0a Page 9

10 02.Reserved: Reserved: LYNX Monitor System Tracking Reserved: LYNX Monitor Output: LYNX Monitor DSP trace: LYNX Monitor VMC Trace: Program IP : System Timing Parameters Reserved: Reserved: Reserved: LYNX Monitor System Tracking Reserved: LYNX Monitor Output: LYNX Monitor DSP trace: LYNX Monitor VMC Trace: Program 06-IP : Relay Assignment Program 07-Gp-IP : Flexible Key Group Assignment Program 09-nnn-DP : System Speed Dial Program 10-GP-IP : Intercom Single Digit Assignment Program 11-IP : Date and Time Setting Program 12-nn : System Alarm Clock Program 13-nn : Password Program IP : SMDR Specifications Call Duration Start Time Record Incoming Calls Record Local Calls Record Incoming Calls No Answer Print out the Title Number of Records between the Title Reserved Polarity Reversal Program 17-nn : Forced Account Code Program 18-nn-TK : Assign Toll Plan To Trunk Lines Program 20-nn- : Set Day Time / Lunch Time Schedule Program 25 : Reset Data to System Default Program 29-tk-IP : Trunk Specifications Trunk Receive Gain ACD-1 Function Enable Trunk Transmit Gain Set Ring Frequency (DK Handsets) Allow Audible Ring for Incoming Calls Polarity Reverse Detection Individual trunk-outgoing CO Delayed Ring Timer to Hunting Group CO Delayed Ring Overflow Hunting Group Page 10 LYNX Master Programming Manual Rev 2.0a

11 Program 35-tk-IP : Trunk Specifications Trunk Type (CO / PABX) Trunk Signal (Pulse / DTMF ) External Call Forward ECF DISA / ECF (Direct Inward System Access / External Call Forward) Pick Up Loud Bell Inward Line Ringing Method Assignment (Day) Inward Line Ringing Method Assignment (Night) To set a trunk name Program 36-gp-tk : Trunk Group Assignments Program 37-tk : Busy Out Trunks Program 38-gp-tk : Dial 87 Trunk Group Assignments Program 39-IP : Sensor Assignments Program 40-stn-IP : Station Class of Service Override Level Monitor Level : Limit call duration Station Loud Bell Access Paging Receive Paging Security Code Status Forced Account Code Program 41-stn-IP : Station Specifications Station group Flexible key group assignments for Key phone Shift Key Group for Key phone Dial 9 trunk group/ SLT Port as MOH Source Toll plan - Day Toll plan - Night Port Number Program 42-stn-IP : Register Memory Blocks for Individual Speed Dial Program 43-cn-IP : Port Specifications Station Number Equipment Type Flexible DSS Key Group Assignments for DSS Console Reserved Voice Mail Box Assignment Reserved: Name Entry for Extensions Program 44-stn-IP : Station Class of Service System Alarm Hold Feature Call Split Manual Line Headset Feature Use Engineering Password Reserved Station Alarm Signal LYNX Plus Programming Manual Rev 2.0a Page 11

12 Program 45-stn-IP : Station Class of Service Intercom Call Limitation ACP Hear BGM at idle state Incremental Increase Ringing Volume Allow Trunk Access Intercom Calls to Different Station Groups Receive Break Alarm Allow Unrestricted Speed Dial Access Record Station's SMDR Data Program 46-stn-IP : Station Class of Service Dial [87] Trunk Group Message Waiting Level Automatic Answer Capability (Keyphone) / Internal CLIP (Caller ID) Function DISA/ISDN In Dial Recall Capability Maximum Re-Transferred Times Door Unlock / DND / CFWD Access ACP Door Phone Hunt Group / Permanent Call Forward Group No Answer SLT Ring Cadence Settings Program 47-stn-IP : Hot Line Assignment Program 48-stn-IP : Station Class of Service Reserved Reserved Group Listen Feature Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Program 50-stn-IP : Station Class of Service ACP Warning Signals Call Forward Indication: Reserved: CTI-Extension Status Report VMS Leading Digits For Intercom Calls ACP Door Unlock Relay ACP Door Open Control ACP Phone Operation / Hotel Alarm Type Program (51 to 59)-code-IP : Toll Plans Allowed Digits Class 1 to Program (61 to 66)-code-IP : Toll Plans Restricted Digits Class 1 to Program 67-gp-IP : Hunt Group Pilot Number Hunting Group Pilot Number Hunting Group Ringing Method Program 68-gp-IP : Hunt Group Assignment Day Program 69-gp-IP : Station Hunt Group Assignment Night Program 75-Num-IP : LCR - Analysis Table Program 76-Num-Tm : LCR Routing Table Program 77-Num : LCR Modifying Table Page 12 LYNX Master Programming Manual Rev 2.0a

13 Program 78-stn-IP : Station Class of Service LCR Routing Level LCR Direct Access a Trunk Reserved Call Forward No Answer Transfer Group External Notification Voic Calling Line Identification Presentation Ring Line Preference Reserved Program 83-st-IP : Register Memory Block for CLI history buffer Mode = Mode = Program 84-IP : Home Area Code Program 85-nn-IP : Overlay Area Code Program 86-nnn-IP : Office Code Redial Pattern Program 87-CN-IP : ASSIGN DOOR PHONE FOR KEY CARD Program 88-DP : REGISTER KEY CARD Program 89-CN-IP : DELETE KEY CARD Program 91-TM : ACP TIME LOCK Assign Time Program 92-CN : ACP TIME LOCK Assign Card Program 93 : MINI CALL ACCOUNTING AOC ADDITIONAL NUMBER CHARGING Program 94-tk-IP : Lunchtime Ringing And Ringing Line Preference Assignment Program 95-tk-IP : Trunk Specifications Detect Fax signal Reserved Reserved DISA & ECF Lunch Time Enable Reserved DUET (Faxibility) Setting Reserved Reserved Programming Cross Reference Incoming Calls Ringing Assignment Outgoing Calls Dial 9' PABX Outgoing Code Trunk Specifications Speed Dial Auto-Redial Intercom Calls Intercom Call Signalling Step Call Dial Tone Pattern Single Digit Intercom LYNX Plus Programming Manual Rev 2.0a Page 13

14 Direct Station Select Dial 0 (Call Operator) Intercom Dialling Restriction Busy/During Conversation Hold and Hold Recall Busy Remind / Camp-On Call Split Transfer Message Waiting Level Override DISA DISA Single Digit Dialling Night Service Group Assignments Console Assignment Flexible Key Group Assignments Dial 9/0' Trunk Groups Dial 87' Trunk Groups Group Assignment for stations (Page Zone, Pick up, Single digit) Call Control Toll Restriction Forced Account Codes Call Limit Passwords Station Lock/Unlock Busy out a trunk Intercom Dialling restrictions System Clock Date and Time Setup System Alarm Wake Up calls Station Numbering Single Line Telephone Miscellaneous Monitor Paging Call Forward No Answer Transfer Time Hot Line Optional Services Door phone & Door switch Voice Mail Integration ACD-1 operation Clear down of unanswered calls Auto Attendant and DISA operation Enabling Auto Attendant/DISA Answer of Incoming Calls DISA Answer Delay Time Clear down of unanswered calls Recording the DISA Messages Programming Single Digit DISA Installing ACP s About security ACP Applications How to set up as a door phone How to unlock the door from the ACP using Forced Account Codes Setting Up DUET Ring Detect Page 14 LYNX Master Programming Manual Rev 2.0a

15 General Description - Introduction The General Description section contains an easy to understand overview of the TransTel Lynx Hybrid Telephone System. It is the intent of this document to provide both technical and non-technical readers with information pertaining to the system building blocks, capabilities, key highlights, electrical, physical and environmental characteristics of the TransTel Lynx Hybrid Telephone System. FCC Rules and Regulation In compliance with the requirements of Part 68 of the Federal Communications Commission Rules and Regulations for connection of terminal system equipment to the telephone network and for your convenience, the following information is presented. FCC Registration Number The TransTel G1-KT/Lynx is registered with the FCC in a dual registration capacity enabling the system to operate as a key system only or as a hybrid system. The FCC Registration Numbers are 3A7TAI KF-E for key systems registration and 3A7TAI MF-E for hybrid operation. Ringer Equivalence Number 0.3B. Notification of the Telephone Company Customers connecting terminal equipment to the telephone network shall, upon request of the Telephone Company, inform the Telephone Company of the particular line(s) to which such connection is made, the FCC registration number and ringer equivalence number (REN) of the registered terminal equipment. The REN is useful to determine the quantity of devices you may connect to your telephone line and still have all of those devices ring when your telephone number is called. In most, but not all areas, the sum of the REN's of all devices connected to one line should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices you may connect to your line, as determined by the REN, you should contact your local telephone company to determine the maximum REN for your calling area. This equipment is capable of providing users access to Interstate providers of operator services through the use of access codes. Modification of this equipment by call aggregators to block access dialling codes is a violation of the Telephone Operator Consumers Act of Direct Connection to a Party-Line or Coin Operated Telephone Line is Prohibited. Incidence of Harm to the Telephone Lines Should terminal equipment cause harm to the Telephone Network, the Telephone Company shall, where practical, notify the customer that service may be temporarily discontinued. However, where prior notice is not practical, the Telephone Company may temporarily discontinue service, if such action is reasonable in the circumstances. In case of such un-notified temporary discontinuance of service, the Telephone Company shall: (a) Promptly notify the customer of such temporary discontinuance of service. (b) Afford the customer the opportunity to correct the situation which gave rise to the temporary discontinuance. (c) Inform the customer of the right to bring a complaint to the FCC pursuant to the procedures set out in Subpart E of Part 68 of FCC Telephone Equipment Rules. LYNX Plus Programming Manual Rev 2.0a Page 15

16 Compatibility of the Telephone Network and Terminal Equipment. (a) (b) Availability of telephone interface information. Technical information concerning interface parameters and specifications not specified in FCC Rules, including the number of Ringers which may be connected to a particular line, which is needed to permit Terminal Equipment to operate in a manner compatible with Telephone Company communications facilities, shall be provided by the Telephone Company upon customer's request. Changes in Telephone Company Communications Facilities, Equipment, Operations and Procedures. The Telephone Company may make changes in its communications facilities, equipment, operations or procedures where such action is reasonably required in the operation of its business and is not inconsistent with the rules and regulations in FCC Part 68 of the FCC Rules and Regulations. If such changes can be reasonably expected to render any customer Terminal Equipment incompatible with Telephone Company Communications Facilities, or require modification or alteration of such Terminal Equipment, or otherwise materially affect its use or performance, the customer shall be given adequate notice in writing to allow the customer an opportunity to maintain uninterrupted service. Radio Frequency Interference This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly and in strict accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, may cause interference to radio and television reception. It has been type-tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing device in accordance with the specification in Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation. However, this is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Re-orient the receiving antenna. Relocate the equipment with respect to the receiver. Move the equipment away from the receiver. Plug the equipment into a different outlet so that equipment and receiver are on different branch circuits. CTR 21 (98/482/EC) Declaration Network Compatibility CTR 21 (98/482/EC) Declaration Network Compatibility, The equipment has been approved in accordance with Council Decision 98/482/EC for pan-european single terminal connection to the public switched telephone network (PSTN). However, due to differences between the individual PSTN networks provided in different countries, the approval does not, of itself, give an unconditional assurance of successful operation on every PSTN network termination point. In the event of problem, you should contact your equipment supplier in the first instance. Page 16 LYNX Master Programming Manual Rev 2.0a

17 Description The Lynx is a Hybrid Telephone System employing a microprocessor stored program and digitally controlled solid state Time-division switching. The Lynx system is specifically designed for small business as well as residential applications. At the forefront of the system design is a universal concept to adapting and connecting with a variety of communications devices. Productive TransTel Digital Key Telephones offer thoughtfully designed productive feature access to keep you connected with one another and customers. TransTel Communications, Inc. technology leads the industry in providing for compatibility with devices such as fax machines, answering machines, cordless phones, computer modems and other office/home equipment. Key highlights of the Lynx include: Economy and Efficiency The base system is equipped to support three (3) CO lines four (4) digital stations and four (4) analog stations.. The system may be expanded to a maximum of five (5) CO lines / four (4) digital stations and eight (8) analog stations, digit station ports may be selected to allow practically any combination ranging from all TransTel DK Digital Sets to 4 Digital sets plus 8 industry standard Single Line Telephone sets, with multiple combinations of the two types. In addition to being cost effective at the initial phase and for expanding to its maximum capacity, the Lynx also is economical to operate as it consumes about the same amount of electricity as a 60 watt light bulb at full configuration. A maximum of 5 CO lines and 12 Extensions can be accommodated. This allows a wide variety of applications for the system to work effectively. Easy Installation Factory Ready - All Lynx systems are "ready to go" right out of the box. A well thought out default database is factory installed on each system which meets the needs for most installations. This alleviates hours of on site time, minimizing installation costs for both dealer and customer. Small & Compact - The Key Service Unit's small size takes little space for installation. Easy Maintenance Solid-state design minimizes trouble and eliminates periodic maintenance. Easy Expansion. Various Interface Cards for simple, modular expansion. Versatile programming and options for ease of selection. Database Flash Memory Back Up - Customer data is backed up when the power is turned off and there is no battery to replace. Battery Back Up (System Operation) - Lynx can be equipped with an optional battery back up which keeps the system operational for up to 1 hour in the case of a commercial power failure. Customer Care Programming - Customers and service personnel can easily communicate and perform programming right over the telephone. TransTel telephone systems allow programming and voice conversations to be performed at the same time. Advanced software upgrades Through the RS232 connection, system software can be upgraded easily without replacing any firmware. Flexibility of System Applications Unlike other conventional systems in the Lynx size range, the installer will find an unprecedented range of customer database programmability. In "system parameters" there are extensive options for various timing settings related to features. An array of parameters are programmable for signalling options on outside lines and internal single line telephone sets. The installer may Enable/Disable many system wide features. And in class of service, there are over 20 options for each station providing maximum flexibility for nearly any application. Varied Extension Alternatives You can connect proprietary TransTel DK series Keyphone, Door Phones and conventional industry standard single line sets Modem, Answering Machine, Cordless phone, etc. directly to the KSU. This feature provides you with the choice to select different extension equipment to suit individual applications. LYNX Plus Programming Manual Rev 2.0a Page 17

18 Liquid Crystal Display The DK Series Telephone Model DK6 and DK7 phones are equipped with a large, easy to read LCD display. The LCD is 32 characters total, comprised of 2 rows by 16 characters each. This LCD provides an invaluable tool for simplifying the use of the telephone by identifying the calling extension by name, outside lines by name and self prompting displays for feature access. Station feature usage is made simple with the help of the LCD display. Continuous prompting information is displayed during calls so that users know what to do and when to do it. 32/64-character LCD Display shows: Time Last number dialled Dialed telephone number The status of operation/function Voice Mail Messages Absent messages CO Line Names Speed Dial Directory Last Number Redial Calling Party Number and Name Speed dial number Input data during system data entry TransTel Telephone Model DK7 DK-7 DK6-36 DK6-18 Page 18 LYNX Master Programming Manual Rev 2.0a

19 Specifications MAXIMUM LOOP RESISTANCE/IMPEDANCE Key Telephone Less than 40 ohms 26 AWG / 200 m Single Line telephone Less than 800 ohms 26 AWG / 800 m DoorPhone Less than 40 ohms INTERNAL RELAY CONTACTS Type Rating Function CABLE REQUIREMENTS CO/PABX Line ISDN BRI DK1 Digital Key Telephone Doorphone Door Switch External Sensor Single Line Telephone SPST 1 AMP, 24VDC Door Switch, Music on Hold, etc Twisted 1 Pair (2 wires) Twisted 2 Pair (4 wires) Twisted 1 Pair (2 wires) Twisted 1 Pair (2 wires) Twisted 1 Pair (2 wires) Twisted 1 Pair (2 wires) Twisted 1 Pair (2 wires) Mechanical Specifications (Key Service Unit) CABINET DIMENSIONS 425mm W 85mm D 315mm H " 12.4" WEIGHT 3.9 Kg (Configuration: 4 x 8) 8.59 lbs Mechanical Specifications (Battery Back Up Housing) CABINET DIMENSIONS 36 cm W 13 cm D 44 cm H WEIGHT With Batteries -16 lbs Without Batteries- 4 lbs. Mounting Screws centre to centre Environmental Specifications OPERATING CONDITIONS STORAGE CONDITIONS Temperature 0º to 30º C -40º to 66º C (32º to 86º F) (-40º to 150º F) Humidity 10 to 95% relative 10 to 95% relative Non-condensing non-condensing Features System Features Account Code Capability Attendant Console Assignment Attendant Overflow Automatic Line Access Automatic Line Search Automatic Ringdown Automatic Wake-up Battery Charger Behind PABX Operation Centrex Operation Class Of Service CO Line Groups CO Line Hunting CO Line Name Programming CO Line Ring Types Linear Common Audible Circular Hunt Console Assignment Day/Night Service LYNX Plus Programming Manual Rev 2.0a Page 19

20 Manual/Automatic Switch Dial 9 Group Direct In Line Dial By Name Dial Mode Selection(DP/DTMF) Dial Pulse to DTMF Conversion Distinctive Ringing DTMF Signalling Dual Port Capability End to End Signalling Easy Installation and Operation Flash (Programmable) Flash Memory Backup Memory Flexible Expansion Flexible Ringing Assignment Flexible Key Group Assignment Flexible Number Plan 2,3 or 4 Digit Flexible Time Format 12/24 Hour Forced Account Code Assignment Intercom Intercom Single Digit Assignment Intercom Ring / Voice Select Intercom Dialling Restriction Host PABX Access Hot line Line Group Assignment Loud Bell Assignment Multiple Attendant Consoles Multiple Trunk Groups Night Transfer On Call Programming Paging Internal Zone Meet Me Password Assignment DISA System programming Toll Override Pause Pick Up Groups Power Fail Transfer Security Code Single Digit Dialling Station Group Assignment Station Hunting Station Lock System Speed Dial and Personal Speed Dial System Date & Time Setting System Time-Reminder Service Telephone Directory Toll Control Day / Night Tone to pulse dialling Trunk Queuing Trunk to trunk connections Uniform Call Distribution Voice Mail Compatibility Page 20 LYNX Master Programming Manual Rev 2.0a

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