System Programming

This section covers programming your system for advanced settings that once programmed don’t usually need to be changed.

Please note that all programming must be done with the station “idle” unless specified otherwise. Idle means that the station is not in use and the receiver is in the “on hook” position. This programming mode can only be accessed from extensions 10 and 11.

There is a method required to activate system programming mode which is described below.

Accessing System Programming

Whilst it is possible to program your system from a standard telephone, it is recommended to use a display telephone so that you know where you are in the program.

To access system programming, you need to do the following:

  • Press FNC
  • Press HOLD
  • Press *
  • Press #

If you wish to leave system programming, you can do so by pressing SPKR.

Once you have changed any settings, you need to press MIC to store them. You can move around on the display by using your * and # keys. Use * to move left, use # to move right.

1-01 : Hookflash Time Selection

This memory block is used to enter the instantaneous break time of a Hookflash signal to be sent to a CO/PBX line when the RECALL key on a Proprietary telephone is pressed and the Hookflash end time for Single Line Telephones.

  • Enter system programming Mode
  • Press Line Key 1
  • Dial 0 1
  • Enter value for CO/PBX line (field 1)
    • 0 – 0.4sec delay (*)
    • 1 – 0.6sec delay
    • 2 – 1.0sec delay
    • 3 – 1.5sec delay
  • Enter value for SLT
    • 0 – 0.4sec delay
    • 1 – 0.6sec delay
    • 2 – 1.0sec delay(*)
    • 3 – 1.5sec delay
  • Press MIC to store the data
  • Press SPKR to go back on line

Note: (*) indicates default value.

1-02 : Hold Recall/Call Park Recall

This Memory Block area is used to enter the time for the Hold Recall to start (both visual and audible). If No Limit is selected, there will not be any Hold Recall. This time is used for both Exclusive and Non-Exclusive Hold.

  • Enter system programming mode
  • Press Line Key 1
  • Dial 0 2
  • Enter value
    • 0 – 1 min
    • 1 – 2 min(*)
    • 2 – 4 min
    • 3 – No limit
  • Press MIC to store the data
  • Press SPKR to go back on line

Note: (*) indicates default value

1-03 : Paging Time Out Selection

This Memory Block area is used to enter the duration of internal zone paging and external speaker paging.

  • Enter system programming mode
  • Press Line Key 1
  • Dial 0 3
  • Enter value
    • 0 – 90 sec(*)
    • 1 – 120 sec
    • 2 – No limit
  • Press MIC to store the data
  • Press SPKR to go back on line

Note: (*) indicates default value

1-04 : CO/PBX Line Queuing Recall Time

This Memory Block area is used to enter the duration of a queued/reserved trunk that goes unanswered.

  • Enter system programming mode
  • Press Line Key 1
  • Dial 0 4
  • Enter value
    • 0 – 10 sec (*)
    • 1 – 20 sec
    • 2 – 30 sec
    • 3 – 60 sec
  • Press MIC to store the data
  • Press SPKR to go back on line

Note: (*) indicates default value

1-05 : Pause Time and Interdigit Time Selection

Pause Time refers to the time in which no dial signals will be sent to the CO/PBX line. This is the amount of time that the system will wait after a PBX access code or a pause has been entered into a System or Station Speed Dial buffer. Interdigit time is the amount of time that the system will wait between sending digits to the CO/PBX line. The interdigit time selection pertains only to Dial Pulse lines.

  • Enter system programming mode
  • Press Line Key 1
  • Dial 0 5
  • Enter value for Pause time
    • 0 – 1.0 sec
    • 1 – 3.5 sec(*)
  • Enter value for Interdigit time
    • 0 – 700msec @ 10pps / 550msec @ 20pps
    • 1 – 800msec (*)
  • Press MIC to store the data
  • Press SPKR to go back on line

Note: (*) indicates default value

###1-06 : MFR Timer

This Memory Block area is used to enter the time during which the receiver (MFR) can receive DTMF signals from a Single Line Telephone. The receiver (MFR) can no longer receive DTMF signals after the set time has elapsed. The timer begins after the last digit is dialed.

  • Enter system programming mode
  • Press Line Key 1
  • Dial 0 6
  • Enter value
    • 0 – 5 sec
    • 1 – 10 sec(*)
    • 2 – 20 sec
    • 3 – 30 sec
    • 4 – 50 sec
    • 5 – 60 sec
  • Press MIC to store the data
  • Press SPKR to go back on line

Note: (*) indicates default value

1-07 : Doorphone Display Time

This Memory Block area is used to enter the time during which DOORPHONE 1 or DOORPHONE 2 is displayed on a display telephone that is assigned to ring upon access to a Doorphone. This same parameter is used for the warning tone given to a station user when off-hook, when a Doorphone is activated, and for the time interval for which a station can answer an incoming call from a Doorphone (if the Doorphone is programmed for automatic call answer).

  • Enter system programming mode
  • Press Line Key 1
  • Dial 0 7
  • Enter value
    • 0 – 10 sec(*)
    • 1 – 30 sec
    • 2 – 60 sec
    • 3 – 90 sec
  • Press MIC to store the data
  • Press SPKR to go back on line

Note: (*) indicates default value

1-08 : Ring Transfer Recall Time

This Memory Block area is used to enter the time for the Recall to occur at the Key Telephone that ring transferred a call, if the transferred call was not answered within the preprogrammed time interval.

  • Enter system programming mode
  • Press Line Key 1
  • Dial 0 8
  • Enter value
    • 0 – 30 sec
    • 1 – 1 min(*)
    • 2 – 2 min
    • 3 – 4 min
  • Press MIC to store the data
  • Press SPKR to go back on line

Note: (*) indicates default value

1-09 : Automatic Callback Time

This Memory Block area is used to enter the time from when a Callback is set until it is released.

  • Enter system programming mode
  • Press Line Key 1
  • Dial 0 9
  • Enter value
    • 0 – 30 min
    • 1 – 60 min
    • 2 – 90 min
    • 3 – No limit(*)
  • Press MIC to store the data
  • Press SPKR to go back on line

Note: (*) indicates default value

1-11 : Bounce Protection Time

This Memory Block area is used to enter the duration of time before a valid Hookflash from a Single Line Telephone is detected.

  • Enter system programming mode
  • Press Line Key 1
  • Dial 1 1
  • Enter value
    • 0 – 0 sec
    • 1 – 0.3 sec(*)
    • 2 – 0.6 sec
    • 3 – 0.9 sec
  • Press MIC to store the data
  • Press SPKR to go back on line

Note: (*) indicates default value

1-13 : Intercom Call Signal

This Memory Block area is used to specify the type of signal to be received on internal calls (Tone or Voice). The originating user can alternate between the two by dialing “1″ when calling.

  • Enter system programming mode
  • Press Line Key 1
  • Dial 1 3
  • Enter value
    • 0 – Tone(*)
    • 1 – Voice
  • Press MIC to store the data
  • Press SPKR to go back on line

Note: (*) indicates default value

1-18 : Ringing Tone Transfer

This Memory Block area is used to Allow or Deny Ringing Tone Transfer from all Key Telephones.

  • Enter system programming mode
  • Press Line Key 1
  • Dial 1 8
  • Enter value
    • 0 – Deny
    • 1 – Allow(*)
  • Press MIC to store the data
  • Press SPKR to go back on line

Note: (*) indicates default value

1-21 : DTMF Digit Duration

This Memory Block area is used to set the DTMF Digit Duration for each digit dialed on an outside line.

  • Enter system programming mode
  • Press Line Key 1
  • Dial 2 1
  • Enter value
    • 0 – 100msec(*)
    • 1 – 300msec
  • Press MIC to store the data
  • Press SPKR to go back on line

Note: (*) indicates default value

1-23 : Handset Receiving Volume

This Memory Block area is used to specify, when a Key Telephone raises its volume during a call either return to normal volume or stay at the raised volume after the call is terminated and the handset is returned to the handset cradle.

  • Enter system programming mode
  • Press Line Key 1
  • Dial 2 3
  • Enter value
    • 0 – Down(*)
    • 1 – Up
  • Press MIC to store the data
  • Press SPKR to go back on line

Note: (*) indicates default value.

1-32 : Door Lock Release

This Memory Block area is used to Allow/Deny control of the external relay circuit on the Doorphone KTU.

  • Enter system programming mode
  • Press Line Key 1
  • Dial 3 2
  • Enter value for Doorphone 1
    • 0 – Deny
    • 1 – Allow(*)
  • Enter value for Doorphone 2
    • 0 – Deny
    • 1 – Allow(*)
  • Press MIC to store the data
  • Press SPKR to go back on line

Note: (*) indicates default value

1-37 : CO/PBX Line On Hook Origination

This Memory Block area is used to specify whether or not to disconnect an existing CO/PBX call by pressing the CO/PBX line key.

  • Enter system programming mode
  • Press Line Key 1
  • Dial 3 7
  • Enter value
    • 0 – No(*)
    • 1 – Yes
  • Press MIC to store the data
  • Press SPKR to go back on line

Note: (*) indicates default value

2-01 : Tenant CO/PBX Line Accomodation

This Memory Block area is used to specify which tenants will have access to each CO/PBX line.

  • Enter system programming mode
  • Press Line Key 2
  • Dial 0 1
  • Enter value for tenant (0-3)
  • Enter value for CO/PBX line (1-8)
  • Enter access value
    • 0 – Deny
    • 1 – Allow
  • Press MIC to store the data
  • Press SPKR to go back on line

Note: (*) indicates default value

3-01 through 3-08: CO/PBX Number display

These 8 memory blocks are used to display the telephone number that identifies a line when it is seized.

To program this memory block, do the following:

  • Enter system programming mode
  • Press Line Key 3
  • Dial the line number (eg: 08).

Input the telephone number. You can also press LNR/SPD to insert a dash ( ‘-’ ) or HOLD to insert a space.

Once you have set the appropriate data, press MIC to store and SPKR to exit programming mode.

3-09 : CO/PBX Line Status Selection

This memory block area is used to specify the line status for each line, including if the line is used for incoming/outgoing calls, if there’s line polarity reversal and if the dialing type is pulse or tone/DTMF.

By setting value ‘e’ to ’0′, you can also disable the line key so you can use that key as a feature key (eg: for DSS).

To program this memory block, do the following:

  • Enter system programming mode
  • Press Line Key 3
  • Dial 0 and then 9

You will have the following display: 09=a-b_c_d_e<

a = Line number (1-8) b = Line function (0 = inbound and outbound, 1 = inbound only) c = Line polarity reversal (0 = no, 1 = yes) d = Line type (0 = CO, 1 = PBX) e = Pulse/DTMF selection (0 = Line disabled/feature key, 1 = pulse – 10 PPS, 2 = pulse – 20 PPS, 3 = DTMF)

Once you have set the appropriate data, press MIC to store and SPKR to exit programming mode.

4-01 : Telephone Status Selection 1

This memory block area is used primarily in a multi-tenant environment where several different companies might share the one telephone system (eg: in a service office environment) and allows the following to be set:

  • Station Type
  • Tenant Number
  • Internal Page Assignment
  • Assigned operator/attendant

To program this memory block, do the following:

  • Enter system programming mode
  • Press Line Key 4
  • Dial 0 and then 1

You will have the following display: 01=a-b-c-d-e-f

a = Port number (10-33) b = SLT installed (0 = no, 1 = yes) c = Tenant number (0-3) d = Page group (1-3) e = Assigned attendant/operator (0 or 1) f = not used

Once you have set the appropriate data, press MIC to store and SPKR to exit programming mode.

4-02 : Telephone Status Selection 2

This memory block allows you to specify the following:

  • Ringing Line Preference
  • Three minute alarm
  • Off hook ringing tone
  • Prime line

To program this memory block, do the following:

  • Enter system programming mode
  • Press Line Key 4
  • Dial 0 and then 2

You will have the following display: 02=a-b-c-d-e-f

a = Port number (10-33) b = Ringing line preference (0 = no, 1 = yes) c = Three minute alarm (0 = no, 1 = yes) d = not used e = Off hook ringing tone (0 = no, 1 = yes) f = Prime line (0 = no, 1 = yes)

Once you have set the appropriate data, press MIC to store and SPKR to exit programming mode.