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Fujitsu SRS-1050 User's Manual

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ISDN
Digital Set User's Guide
SRS-1050
AT&T 5ESS
Fujitsu
Delivering on the promise of ISDN

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    ISDN Digital Set User's Guide SRS-1050 AT&T 5ESS Fujitsu Delivering on the promise of ISDN...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    SRS -1050 ( Index SRS-1050 Subject Index Subject Page AT Commands...4-2 Calendar/Clock...3-10 Call Announce Intercom...3-18 Call Identification Displays... E-1 Call Status Code Table ...D-7 CONFERENCE ...2-18 Connection Status Messages - BCS ... F-1 Connection Status Messages - DPS ... F-3 Connectors ...1-4...

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    Index Message Abbreviation Table ...D-4 Subject Message Logging Codes - interpretation ...D-1 Multifunction buttons...1-5 One-Touch Button - Programming...3-7 ONE-TOUCH Calling...2-20 Program and Loop Switch Test... C-4 REDIAL...2-17 Ringer Mode - changing...3-3 Ringer Pattern ...3-6 Ringer Tone ...3-4 Ringer Volume ...3-4 Self-Test Result Code Table...

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    ( Fujitsu SRS -1050 ISDN SRS-1050 Digital Set User's Guide AT&T 5ESS Page 3...

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    Printed in the United States of America. This publication may be replaced by a revised edition. To find out if a revision exists, or to order copies of publications, write to Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc., 4403 Bland Road, Somerset Park, Raleigh, NC 27609, or call 1-800-228-ISDN.

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    Fujitsu SRS -1050 ( Warning: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.

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    FCC Registration Number and the following information must be provided to your telephone company. If this telephone equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuous of service may be required. But, if advance notice is not practical, the telephone company will notify the customer as soon as possible.

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    Digital Set Feature Phone, called the SRS-1050, when it is attached to an AT&T 5ESS switch. This guide is for anyone interested in using the SRS-1050 to gain the benefits of the combined voice and data network capabilities of ISDN technology.

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    ............. 12:55PM Helpful Tips About Your SRS-1050 Because ISDN technology is new, some features of your SRS-1050 may be unfamiliar. This section describes features you may find surprising.

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    Fujitsu SRS -1050 ( Note: Softkey 1 also serves as the ENTER key (for entering information as indicated in this User Guide). Softkeys are a way of simplifying the phone and still supporting the richness of ISDN features. These keys assume different functions depending on the feature you are using, thus avoiding the need for a large number of permanent function keys.

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    ISDN CONCEPTS: INTEGRATED VOICE AND DATA ISDN stands for Integrated Services Digital Network, which provides many voice and communication features. (The SRS-1050 data features, available with the data model, are described in Chapter 4, "Data Operation".) The basic ISDN service provides two 64,000 bits per second "B"...

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    Fujitsu SRS -1050 ( Data Features The optional data features of the SRS-1050 include the following capabilities: Communication on the D channel using packet switching with an asynchronous RS-232 terminal at speeds up to 19,200 bits per second. Communication on the B-channel using circuit switching with an asynchronous RS-232C terminal at speeds up to 38,400 bits per second.

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    SPID For your SRS-1050 to work on a multipoint line, it must have a valid Service Profile Identifier (SPID). The SPID number is usually entered when the SRS-1050 is installed. So if your digital set already has a SPID number, you don't have to reenter it. If you do need to enter a SPID number, you can find out what it should be from your System Administrator or service provider.

  • Page 16: Connectors

    Fujitsu SRS -1050 ( Section Chapter 1 Getting Acquainted With Your Digital Set ... 1-1 Digital Set Components ... 1-1 SRS-1050 Features ... 1-3 Controls and Connectors... 1-4 MULTIFUNCTION BUTTONS... 1-5 CALL INFORMATION DISPLAYS and SOFTKEYS ... 1-7 SOFTKEYS AND KEY MENU... 1-8 Chapter 2 INTRODUCTION TO VOICE FEATURES ...

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    PLACING A CALL TO A LEASED NETWORK ...4-4 Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D Appendix E Appendix F ( Fujitsu SRS -1050 Interpreting Q.931. Message Logging Codes ISDN Call Identification (ICI) Displays Page Installation Line Parameters Testing Error Messages...

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    Digital Set Components Figures 1-1 and 1-2 show, respectively, the front panel and the rear of the digital set. The major components of the SRS-1050 are labeled and described in the accompanying text. ( SRS -1050 Overview Page 1-1...

  • Page 19: Key Menu, Multifunction Buttons, Softkeys

    SRS -1050 Overview ( Handset Speaker Figure 1-1: SRS-1050 Front Panel Terminating resistor LINE ISDN line connector Loopback test switch (optional) Figure 1-2: Digital Set Rear View Page 1-2 Drop Transfer Hold Numeric keypad DC power connector Power source selection...

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    Chapter 1 SRS-1050 Features 1) Handset/Headset. Use the familiar handset, the speaker and microphone, or a headset to make or answer calls. 2) 9) Speaker/Microphone. The speaker is located directly under the handset. In handsfree operation, it lets you hear the other parties in a telephone call.

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    Page 1-4 Controls and Connectors The SRS-1050 has the following controls, connectors, switches, and indicators: Terminating resistor. This built- in resistor, labeled "TR", provides a standard termination to the ISDN line.

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    Chapter 1 Data connector (optional) This 25-pin female connector (DB25) appears only on sets with the optional data terminal adapter installed. This connector, labeled "DTE", is the interface connector for data transmission. Volume and Contrast Controls Both volume and dis play contrast are controlled by two buttons just above the front panel functions keys, and marked with a down...

  • Page 23: Directory Number Appearances

    Any Directory Number assigned to one phone can also appear on another phone, which can then share the use of that line. Figure 1-4 shows an SRS-1050 whose primary Directory Number is 747-3456, with two additional Call Appearance buttons assigned that same number. The telephone's secondary line is 747- 7890, which has two appearances.

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    Call Handling Example with Multifunction Buttons Suppose your Directory Number is 747-3456, and the first three multifunction buttons on your SRS-1050 have been assigned that number. What does it mean to have three Call Appearance buttons assigned to one Directory...

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    SRS -1050 Overview ( When you press KEY MENU, line 2 of the display changes to the names for the four keys directly below the display. These keys are called softkeys because the functions they control change as you use the menus to set up different features.

  • Page 26: Volume Controls

    Chapter 1 Chapter 1 ... Getting Acquainted With Your Digital Set ... Digital Set Components ... SRS-1050 Features ... Controls and Connectors... MULTIFUNCTION BUTTONS ... CALL INFORMATION DISPLAYS and SOFTKEYS... SOFTKEYS AND KEY MENU... INDEX Connectors, 1-4 Directory Number Appearances, 1-6...

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    SRS -1050 Overview ( Data Features The SRS-1050 may also contain an optional terminal adapter. This enables desktop workstations and data terminals to use the ISDN circuit- switched or packet-switched facilities. Chapter 6 introduces the use of this optional adapter. The Data User's Guide provides detailed explanations for handling data calls on your phone.

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    Chapter 1 The 18 multifunction buttons on your SRS-1050 are in three rows of 6 buttons each along the top of the front panel (excluding the button assigned to MIC-OFF), plus the three unassigned function buttons to the right of the numeric keypad. (The recommended feature assignments for these function buttons are CONFERENCE, DROP, and TRANSFER.)

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    Chapter 2 CHAPTER 2 INTRODUCTION TO VOICE FEATURES The Fujitsu SRS-1050 provides superior call-handling and simultaneous voice/data communications. It is one of the family of Fujitsu Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) terminals. For the familiar tasks of dialing, holding, and answering calls, this phone operates like others you have used.

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    The term "onetouch" used here refers to a network feature. The term "one-touch" used through the remainder of this guide refers to an SRS-1050 feature that stores a phone number for a button. To simplify presentations in this guide, the text assumes that...

  • Page 31: Handset Calls

    This feature is set active by default when you receive your SRS-1050. If for some reason this feature is not active, see the section Activating the MIC-OFF Key in Chapter 3 for the activation procedure.

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    SRS -1050 Voice Features ( If you want to place the call from a Call Appearance other than the one automatically selected, press its CA button. 2. Dial the desired number by pressing the keys on the numeric keypad. 3. If your call is not answered, you can hang up as follows: a.

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    Chapter 2 c. Press an idle Call Appearance button to get a dial tone. This will either hang up on the active call or automatically place it on hold, depending on your installation. Your System Administrator can tell you which occurs. 2.

  • Page 34: Handsfree Calls

    SRS -1050 Voice Features ( If you are already talking on another call 1. Handle the active call in one of the following ways: a. End the call by pressing the button in the handset cradle. Then press the green- flashing Call Appearance button to answer the incoming call.

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    Chapter 2 b. Press DROP. c. Press an idle Call Appearance button, which will normally give you a dial tone. 4. If your call is answered, converse with the called party. (If the MIC-OFF LED is red, the microphone has been turned off. Press MIC-OFF to turn it back on.) You can turn off the microphone...

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    SRS -1050 Voice Features ( b. Press HOLD to save the active call so you can return to it later. Then press SPEAKER again to get a dial tone. c. Press an idle Call Appearance button to get a dial tone. This will either hang up on the active call or automatically place it on hold, depending on your...

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    Chapter 2 (See also "Handsfree, Handset, and Headset Modes", in Chapter 3, "Local Features".) Receiving Handsfree Calls A handsfree call uses the integrated microphone and speaker instead of the handset. An incoming call makes the phone ring and the Call Appearance's LED flash green.

  • Page 38: Headset Calls

    (See Chapter 3 for details.) The handset, speaker, and microphone will be disabled. All dialing tones and telephone conversation will be audible only through the headset. Your voice and any other transmitted sounds will go through the headset microphone only.

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    Chapter 2 c. Press an idle Call Appearance button, which will normally give you a dial tone. 4. If your call is answered, converse with the called party. 5. When your conversation ends, hang up by pressing SPEAKER. Note the call duration; it vanishes after about three seconds.

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    (See Chapter 3 for details.) The handset, speaker, and microphone will be disabled. All dialing tones and telephone conversation will be audible only through the headset. Your voice and any other transmitted sounds will go through the headset microphone only.

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    Chapter 2 (See also "Handsfree, Handset, and Headset Modes", in Chapter 3, "Local Features".) If you are already using the headset and talking on another call 1. Dispose of the active call in one of the following ways: a. Hang up by pressing the SPEAKER or DROP button.

  • Page 42: Function Buttons

    Your digital set automatically sends the entered numbers and code to connect to the leased network number. FUNCTION BUTTONS The SRS-1050 has six function buttons, located to the right of the numeric keypad and arranged as shown below. DROP...

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    Chapter 2 As a brief overview, the keys do the following: SPEAKER Enables/disables handsfree operation REDIAL Redials the last number you dialed HOLD Holds an active call CONFERENCE (button 18) Adds additional parties to an existing call DROP (button 19) Disconnects last party added to a conference call TRANSFER...

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    If it is not, see Activating the MIC-OFF Key in Chapter 3 for the activation procedure. The microphone built into the SRS-1050 is automatically turned on when you enter handsfree mode, for example by pressing SPEAKER. It stays on throughout all of your handsfree calls unless you press MIC-OFF, as described below.

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    Chapter 2 To mute the microphone while in handsfree operation, press MIC-OFF. The associated LED will turn red. You can still hear the called or calling party, but no sound will be transmitted from your phone. This allows you to have a private conversation with others in the room.

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    SRS -1050 Voice Features ( Using REDIAL after lifting the handset or pressing SPEAKER 1. If you don't hear a tone, press an idle Call Appearance button. 2. Press REDIAL. The last number dialed appears on the display and is dialed automatically. HOLD Retains connection with an existing call until you can...

  • Page 47: Drop, Transfer

    Chapter 2 3. Press CONFERENCE again. All three parties are now connected. The display shows the number of parties on the call (3) as follows: 1= CONFEREN CE 3 12:55AM SUN MAY 26 Disconnecting the last party added Press DROP. Your connection with the original party is retained.

  • Page 48: One-touch Calling

    Using a One touch Button to Make a Call Just press it. If no other call is active, the SRS-1050 selects an idle Directory Number, turns on the speaker and microphone, and dials the number. (If the MIC-...

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    ( SRS -1050 Voice Features The following example illustrates the sequence for accessing voice mail. The SRS-1050 sends the numbers up to the first pause, represented by a comma, as an out-of-band, D-channel call request. When the call connects,...

  • Page 50: Unanswered Call Logging (una)

    You can program a single one-touch button for both the access code and the telephone number. See the One-touch section in Chapter 3 for details. Before you can program a one-...

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    Chapter 2 Each time you press UNA (softkey 1), the data for the next unanswered call is displayed. The list cycles: the first display is information from the oldest call, then the next oldest call, and so forth. After the data for the most recent unanswered call is displayed, pressing UNA again shows the oldest call's data.

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    SRS -1050 Voice Features ( Chapter 2 Notes Page 2-24...

  • Page 53: Voice Calls - Placing And Receiving

    Chapter 2 Chapter 2 ... INTRODUCTION TO VOICE FEATURES ... LINE PARAMETERS ... PLACING AND RECEIVING CALLS ... Receiving Handset Calls ... Receiving Handsfree Calls... Placing Headset Calls ... Receiving Headset Calls ... FUNCTION BUTTONS ... SPEAKER... MIC-OFF ... REDIAL... HOLD...

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    SRS -1050 Voice Features ( Chapter 2 Page 2-26...

  • Page 55: Menu Mode

    Note: Softkey 1 also serves as the ENTER key (for entering information as indicated in this User Guide). MENU MODE OPERATIONS The SRS-1050 has a menu from which you select options to change SRS-1050 local features. Note: The procedures to set local features require extensive use of the softkeys located below the display.

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    SRS -1050 Local Features ( 12:55PM Key Menu DATA CLEAR Some of the data entry screens in menu mode procedures have built-in timers. If you do not enter information within 15 seconds, the display reverts back to the menu for selecting the feature you were using.

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    Chapter 3 Whenever REG is pressed, it either enters or exits menu mode, no matter what else may be in progress. Note: If you enter menu mode during a call, special features such as Call Pickup and Call Forwarding are temporarily disabled.

  • Page 58: Ringer Tone, Ringer Volume

    SRS -1050 Local Features ( Setting Ringer Volume To set the ringer volume, follow these steps: 1. Press REG (softkey 4), 7, ENTER (softkey 1). This screen appears: RINGER SERVICE MODE ......2.

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    Chapter 3 RINGER TONE MODE MEDIUM 4. Press ENTER again and this menu appears: 1:LOW 2:MEDIUM 3:HIGH (SELECT 1-3) 5. Press the number for the desired tone. The phone rings once at the selected tone. If you don't like the tone, try a different option. 6.

  • Page 60: Ringer Pattern

    (up to 30 digits each). The numbers you program can be any of the following: Standard telephone numbers, including the outside line access code if required Special codes such as a personal ID number or a voice...

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    Chapter 3 A combination of a standard telephone number plus one or more special codes, with pauses between the elements to allow for system response time A leased network number, including the access code and access code delimiter The one-touch feature overview...

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    To program a leased network number, use the keypad to enter the telephone number and access code and the assigned multifunction button to enter the access code delimiter. Enter the number in either of these two...

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    Chapter 3 Before pressing ENTER to record the number, press CLEAR (softkey 3) to erase the number. Then enter the correct number. After pressing ENTER, if the number on the COMPLETED screen is incorrect, press the multifunction button again. The ENTER DIRECTORY NUMBER screen appears showing the incorrect number.

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    The use of one-touch buttons for dialing is described in Chapter 2. SETTING THE CALENDAR/CLOCK The normal SRS-1050 display includes the date, time, and day of the week. You can set the date and time by using the procedure described below.

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    Chapter 3 The screen changes to reflect your entry and to prompt for AM or PM. In this example, assume you entered 55. INPUT 0:AM 1:PM -> 12:55PM APR 30 5. Press keypad 0 for AM or 1 for PM and then press ENTER. The screen changes to reflect your entry and to prompt for the year.

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    For each unanswered call (up to eight), the set records the date and time of the call plus the telephone number of the calling party. The ninth and later unanswered calls replace the first, second, and so forth, in order, so your UNA list always has the most recent eight.

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    Chapter 3 Some of the data entry displays have built-in timers. If you do not enter information within fifteen seconds, the display reverts to the menu for selecting the feature you were setting up. You must reselect the feature and start again.

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    SRS -1050 Local Features ( 2. Press 2, ENTER, and this screen appears: SUPPORTED (SELECT) SELECT ASSIGN KEY If ALL (default) was previously set, all feature buttons light green. Only Call Appearances with lit LEDs will log unanswered calls. Press the buttons to turn the LEDs on or off to select the Call Appearances for which you want to log unanswered calls.

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    Chapter 3 4. You can then select a different menu function, or press REG (softkey 4) to return to the normal display. ( SRS -1050 Local Features HANDSFREE, HANDSET, AND HEADSET MODES You can set up the Digital Set to use the handset, the speaker, or a headset by selecting from the following modes:...

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    SRS -1050 Local Features ( Operating the Set with a Headset To operate the set with a headset, follow these steps: 1. Press REG (softkey 4), 6, ENTER (softkey 1). This screen appears: HAND-SET/HEAD-SET MODE HAND-SET 2. Press ENTER, and this screen appears: 1:HAND-SET 2:HEAD-SET...

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    Chapter 3 4. Press ENTER. This screen appears: SUPPORTED COMPLETED You can now use the speaker. The SPEAKER button can control call pickup or hang-up if the handset is in its cradle. The MIC- OFF button (if active) controls the microphone if the speaker is in use.

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    SRS -1050 Local Features ( 2. Press the multifunction button you have chosen to be the delimiter key and then press ENTER. The indicator for the button you have chosen turns green and its number appears on the display. If you have previously assigned a button as the delimiter key, its indicator turns green when you complete step 2.

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    Chapter 3 Call Announce Intercom allows you to specify which call buttons are activated by Call Announce Intercom Call Screeners, and allows you to select up to three Call Screeners. Ringer Always On The Call Announce feature utilizes a Ringer Always On mode. Ringer Always On sends a tone to users each time a Call Screener activates Call Announce Intercom...

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    SRS -1050 Local Features ( A screen appears showing the current status of the intercom feature. If one- or two-way intercom is enabled, the screen displays the enabled mode plus the authorized Directory Number (see step 4 below). If the intercom is disabled, the screen displays NON SUPPORTED.

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    Chapter 3 TWO WAY SELECTED ENTER TELEPHONE NUMBER 4. Dial a telephone number of up to ten digits (including wild cards) and press ENTER (softkey 1). If the call screener has Directory Numbers identified by three-, four-, or five-digit extension...

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    SRS -1050 Local Features ( Page 3-22 3. All LEDs will light green if "All" was previously selected. Only Call Appearances with lit LEDs will activate on Call Announce. Press the buttons to turn the LEDs on or off to select the desired Call Appearance button.

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    Chapter 3 When specifying the Directory Number for intercom, you can enter just the extension number of the call screener or the complete number. For example, for a call screener at 926-3112, you could enter 3112 or 926*3112. The extension number alone works because the recipient digital set matches the specified and incoming numbers from right...

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    Directory Number, as shown below: INTERCOM FEATURE (1) TWO WAY INTERCOM SUPPORTED 985*3112 If no telephone numbers have been programmed in, the Call Announce Intercom feature is disabled, and the screen displays NON SUPPORTED: INTERCOM FEATURE (1)

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    3. The procedure also assumes that both the screener and the call recipient have an SRS-1050 digital set, although only the recipient must have one. If the call screener has some other telephone set, the exact procedure may be different.

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    Intercom. The intercom Directory Number indicator lights normally. 2. Dial the extension of the call recipient. The recipient's SRS-1050 immediately answers the call, sounds an alert tone, and activates the intercom feature. 3. Talk to the recipient. If the recipient is set up for one-...

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    Chapter 3 2. Dial your SPID number and press ENTER. The message SPID ASSIGNMENT END appears: SPID ASSIGNMENT END ID=0135908640 3. Press REG (softkey 4) to return to normal operations. The standard display screen appears. USING Q.931 MESSAGE LOGGING Q.931 message logging is an SRS- 1050 feature that lets you store and retrieve call control messages sent and received by your digital...

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    SRS -1050 Local Features ( 2. Press ENTER. This menu of message logging options appears: 1:LOG-START 2:LOG-STOP 3:HISTORY (SELECT 1-3) 3. Make your selection: To start message logging, dial 1 and press ENTER. The message MESSAGE LOGGING START appears. To stop message logging, dial 2 and press ENTER.

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    Chapter 3 5. To quit the History mode, press EXIT. The menu of message logging options appears again. To stop message logging and save all messages in the his tory file before returning to normal operations, dial 2 and press ENTER.

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    CORRECTING MISTAKES This section gives an example of correcting errors while setting a local feature of the SRS-1050. Notes on Entering Information When the displayed entry is acceptable, press ENTER to retain it and display the next parameter screen.

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    Chapter 3 5. Press 1, ENTER to correct the time of day. This screen appears: INPUT YEAR -> 12:55PM APRIL 30 6. Press ENTER, accepting '93 as the year. This screen appears: INPUT MONTH -> 12:55PM APRIL 30 7. Press 5, ENTER, changing month to May.

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    SRS -1050 Local Features ( Chapter 3 Notes Page 3-32...

  • Page 87: Menu Options - Selecting, One-touch Button - Programming, Ringer Mode - Changing

    Chapter 3 Chapter 3...1 LOCAL FEATURES...1 MENU MODE OPERATIONS ...1 CHANGING RINGER MODE...4 SETTING INITIAL SPEAKER VOLUME ...7 PROGRAMMING A BUTTON FOR ONE-TOUCH DIALING ...8 SETTING THE CALENDAR/CLOCK ...11 REINITIALIZING THE PHONE ...13 UNANSWERED CALL LOGGING (UNA)...14 Disabling the UNA Feature ...16 HANDSFREE, HANDSET, AND HEADSET MODES ...16 Switching from Headset Back to Handset Mode ...17 Selecting Handsfree Operation (using the speaker and microphone)...17...

  • Page 88

    SRS -1050 Local Features ( SRS-1050 multifunction buttons can be set to automatically dial numbers you enter (up to 30 digits each). The number of buttons you can use is equal to 17 minus the number of buttons used for Directory Numbers and features.

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    Chapter 3 If for any reason you become confused, you can always press REG (softkey 4) to return to the menus and start over. Enabling the UNA Feature To enable unanswered call logging and select the type of UNA to be used, follow these steps: 1.

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    SRS -1050 Local Features ( SUPPORTED (SELECT) COMPLETED After about 15 seconds, or if you press asterisk (*), the display returns to the second menu mode screen: 4:UNA 5:H-FREE 6:HAND/HEAD (SELECT 1-14) 3. You can now select a different menu function, or press REG (softkey 4) to return to the normal display: 12:55PM WED MAY 1 Disabling the UNA Feature To disable unanswered call logging, follow these steps:...

  • Page 91

    To be used, this feature must be enabled on the digital sets of call recipients; no setup is necessary on the screener's digital set. In fact, the screener can have any kind of telephone, even a non-ISDN unit. Any number of digital sets can be enabled, allowing a central screener to screen calls for several people.

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    SRS -1050 Local Features ( 926*3112 (the asterisk is explained below) The extension number alone works because the recipient digital set matches the specified and incoming numbers from right to left, stopping after the number of digits entered during the setup. Entering the full number negates the possibility that an outside call with the same last four digits in the calling number (for example, 422-3112) could activate the intercom.

  • Page 93

    5. The procedure also assumes that both the screener and the call recipient have an SRS-1050 digital set, although only the recipient must have one. If the call screener has some other telephone set, the exact procedure may be different.

  • Page 94

    You are immediately connected to the call. If you have no incoming calls, the SRS-1050 selects the idle Call Appearance with the lowest button number and gives you a dial tone.

  • Page 95

    Using the UNA Feature If you have unanswered calls, a black dot appears next to the word UNA on line 4 of your SRS-1050 display. If the dot is blinking, there have been eight or more such calls, and the information from the next unanswered call will record over the oldest call in the list.

  • Page 96

    SRS -1050 Local Features ( 12:15PM APR 5 UNA-LIST DATA CLEAR DIR-LIST To see the data for each unanswered call, press UNA (softkey 1). The resulting screen looks something like this: 777-1111 4-05...12:15PM 11:10AM ...Saturday March 2 UNA-LIST DATA CLEAR DIR-LIST The 777-1111 is the number of the calling party.

  • Page 97

    Chapter 3 SETTING INITIAL SPEAKER VOLUME The initial speaker volume setting determines the initial volume for each new call in handsfree mode. That is, if you change speaker volume using the front panel volume control buttons, the change affects the call you are on but not future calls.

  • Page 98

    SRS -1050 Local Features ( If the factory-set normal speaker volume is too low for your environment, the menu mode options allow you to increase the factory setting by two or four dB. You can also return to the normal setting. The default volume you set in this procedure remains effective even if you remove and reconnect power.

  • Page 99

    Chapter 3 4. Press the number of the desired setting and then press ENTER. The screen shows your selection and the word COMPLETED. VOL-UP1 COMPLETED 5. To return to the normal display, press REG. To change another setting, you can press asterisk (*) to return to the menu mode options. ( SRS -1050 Local Features Page 3-45...

  • Page 100: Data Key

    Chapter 4 CHAPTER 4 DATA OPERATION The SRS-1050 Digital Set is available in a voice/data model that allows you to use the set for data applications. Please refer to the Fujitsu ISDN Data User's Guide for information on how to set up and configure the Terminal Adapter for proper operation.

  • Page 101: At Commands

    SRS -1050 Data Operation ( To display the softkey names, press KEY MENU. Next to the word DATA on the display, a blinking terminal symbol appears, and to its left the word SEND appears for about six seconds......SEND DATA 2.

  • Page 102: X.28 Commands

    Chapter 4 3. If the call cannot be completed (the called terminal was busy or did not answer), the message NO CARRIER appears on your terminal screen. 4. To disconnect the call, use the following procedure: Enter +++ from your terminal. OK appears on the terminal screen.

  • Page 103

    Type a colon; type the leased network access code; type another colon; then type the telephone number of the DTE you want to call. Once you complete entering the leased network number, press <CR> as usual.

  • Page 104: Data Calls - Making

    Chapter 4 Chapter 4... 1 DATA OPERATION... 1 USING THE OPTIONAL TERMINAL ADAPTER ... 1 MAKING AND TERMINATING A DATA CALL ... 1 PLACING A CALL TO A LEASED NETWORK... 4 INDEX AT Commands, 4-2 DATA Calls - Making, 4-1 DATA Key, 4-1 X.28 Commands, 4-3 ( SRS -1050 Data Operation...

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    S RS -1050 Data Operation ( Chapter 6 Page 6-6...

  • Page 106

    These instructions are intended mainly for System Administrators or service personnel or end users that are installing the SRS-1050. ( SRS -1050 Installation Installation of the SRS-1050 involves two steps: Connecting the set to the network. Entering Service Profile Identifier (SPID).

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    SRS -1050 Installation ( Appendix A Page A-2...

  • Page 108

    Appendix A Figure B-1 illustrates the connections when one power supply is used for both the NT1 and the SRS-1050 and also indicates the position of the power switch on the SRS-1050. To NET-POP RJ-11 RJ-45 2 Wire, 4 Wire,...

  • Page 109

    SRS -1050 Installation ( Figure B-2 illustrates the connections when a power supply is needed for the NT1 and another is needed for the SRS-1050 and also indicates the position of the power switch on the SRS-1050. To NET-POP RJ-11...

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    Appendix A CONNECTING TO THE NETWORK When you receive your SRS- 1050, plug the telephone line from the wall into the LINE socket on the back of the set. If the display shows a date and time, you have power. If the...

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    Terminating Resistor (TR) switch on the back of the set. The options are ON and OFF. NOTE: The default setting for the Fujitsu TR switch is the OFF position. Fujitsu TR's are equivalent to 100 Ohms in the ON position.

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    Appendix A Many NT1's have settings available to turn Termination ON or OFF. If the setting is ON they may also have settings to select either 50 or 100 Ohms. Sometimes these settings are accomplished via switches, other times they are done with jumpers.

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    SRS -1050 Installation ( Two Unit Installations Bridging at the NT1 – Maximum Distance Between NT1 and Units is 250 ft. The overall maximum length of the cable is 1600 ft. The TR switch on both Terminal Equipment Units should be OFF.

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    Appendix A Multiple Unit Installations Bridging at the NT1 The overall maximum length of cable is 1600 ft. The TR switch on the Terminal Equipment farthest from the NT1 should be ON. The TR switches on all other Terminal Equipment should be OFF.

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    Your phone will consistently pick up an idle CA of the incoming call based on the configuration choice recorded with your telephone provider. When preference is "yes", the incoming call is chosen. ( SRS -1050 Line Parameters...

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    SRS -1050 Line Parameters ( (If your ringing preference was set to IDLE and there are no lines available, the SRS-1050 does not connect to a line until you press a Call Appearance button.) AUTOHOLD The second choice, called autohold, affects what happens...

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    Appendix B ( SRS -2100 Testing Page B-3...

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    Appendix C APPENDIX C TESTING The SRS-1050 has a self-test mode that performs the following tests: LED test Key test Tone test LCD test Memory tests NT1 line test ENTERING TEST MODE To enter test mode, follow these steps: 1. Unplug the ISDN line from the...

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    SRS -1050 Testing ( Press 5 to start the Program and Loop switch test (with optional data terminal adapter only). These tests are described in the sections below. Tests 1, 2, 3, and 5 can be started and interrupted at will to change the test under way, but test 4 cannot be interrupted by pressing any key.

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    Appendix C LCD Test When you press the 2 on the DTMF keypad, the LCD displays a pattern of dark characters. Missing dots, if any, will be evident. When you press the 3 on the DTMF keypad, the LCD displays the first set of display characters supported by the set.

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    SELF TEST (MEMORY/LINE) VOICE & DATA ALL GOOD Program and Loop Switch Test If your SRS-1050 has the optional data terminal adapter, pressing 5 displays the status of the Program (PRG) and Loop switches that are a part of the TA. The display...

  • Page 123: Key Test Table, Self-test Result Code Table

    Appendix C ( SRS -1050 Testing Key Test Table, C-2 LCD Test, C-3 LED Test, C-1 Memory Tests, C-3 Program and Loop Switch Test, C-4 Self-Test Result Code Table, C-4 Test Mode, C-1 Tone Test, C-2 Page C-5...

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    Appendix D APPENDIX D INTERPRETING Q.931 MESSAGE LOGGING CODES With Q.931 message logging, you can view messages in History mode in two different formats: Normal format Hexadecimal format This appendix describes these two formats in detail, showing what messages look like in each. At the back of this appendix you'll find three tables explaining the codes and abbreviations used in...

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    SRS -1050 Q.931 Logging Codes ( T>N: Transmission message identifier for terminal-to- network messages. This identifier is followed by the abbreviated message and a list of up to six related information element codes. Table D-1 explains the different abbreviated messages. Table D-2 lists and defines the information element codes.

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    Appendix D SCA:22 01 01 DCA:25 01 10 NORMAL R-UP R-DOWN The following information is shown: Transmission or reception message identifier. This identifier is followed by the abbreviated message and a list of up to six related information element codes. Table D-1 explains the different abbreviated messages.

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    SRS -1050 Q.931 Logging Codes ( CODES AND ABBREVIATIONS The following three tables explain the abbreviated messages, information element codes, and call status codes. Table D-1 Abbreviated message ...Full Message ALERTING...Alerting ASSOC...Associated ASSOC-ACK ...Associated Acknowledge CALL-PROC...Call Proceeding CONF ...Conference CONF-ACK...Conference Acknowledge CONF-REJ ...Conference Reject CONNECT ...Connect CONN-ACK ...Connect Acknowledge...

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    Appendix D ( SRS -1050 Q.931 Logging Codes Table D-1 Message Abbreviations (continued) Abbreviated message... Full Message RELEASE... Release REL-COM ... Release Complete RESTART ... Restart REST-ACK ... Restart Acknowledge SETUP... Setup SETUP-ACK... Setup Acknowledge STATUS ... Status STATUS-ENQ... Status Inquiry TRANSFER ...

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    SRS -1050 Q.931 Logging Codes ( Table D-2 Information element code...Meaning AC ...Adjunct Control AT ...Associated Type BC...Bearer Capability CAU...Cause CDN...Called Party Number CGN...Calling Party Number CID ...Channel Identification CR...Call Reference DC...Display Control DCA ...Destination Call Appearance DF...Display Field EI...Endpoint Identifier ERR...Element Error FA...Feature Activation FI...Feature Indication...

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    Appendix D ( SRS -1050 Q.931 Logging Codes Table D-3 Call Status Codes Code... Status ... Meaning U00... NULL ... Null State U01... CALL INIT... Call Initiation U02... OVERLAP... Overlap Sending U03... OUT PROC... Outgoing Call Proceeding U04... CALL DLVD ... Call Delivered U07...

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    SRS -1050 Q.931 Logging Codes ( Appendix D Notes Page D-8...

  • Page 132: Call Status Code Table, Information Element Code Table, Message Abbreviation Table

    Appendix D ( SRS -1050 Q.931 Logging Codes Call Status Code Table, D-7 Information Element Code Table, D-6 Message Abbreviation Table, D-4 Message Logging Codes - interpretation, D-1 Page D-9...

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    Appendix E APPENDIX E ISDN CALL IDENTIFICATION (ICI) DISPLAYS ACB(*)... Automatic callback Brg(*)... Call barged in on CFA(*)... Call forwarding all calls CFB(*)... Call forwarded because busy CFN(*)... Call forwarded because no answer DCDL(*)... Direct connect line Emr(*)... Emergency call Err(*)...

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    SRS -1050 ICI Displays ( Appendix E Notes Page E-2...

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    Appendix E ( SRS -1050 ICI Displays Call Identification Displays Page E-3...

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    Appendix F APPENDIX F Various messages are displayed to describe connection or command status. Tables F-1 (circuit-switched) and F-2 (packet-switched) show connection status messages. Connection Status Messages BCS (Circuit-Switched) Cause # Message Displayed INVALID NUMBER NO ROUTE NO ROUTE BUSY NOT ANSWERED NOT ACCEPTED CALL REJECTED...

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    SRS -1050 Error Messages ( Table F-1 Connection Status Messages (continued) Cause # Message Displayed FACILITY N/A SERVICE NG SERVICE NG CALLED BARRED BEARER TYPE NG BEARER TYPE NG FACILITY N/A INVALID NUMBER INCOMPATIBLE TIMER EXPIRE Page F-2 Appendix F Description Access information discarded Requested facility not subscribed...

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    Appendix F ( SRS -1050 Error Messages Table F-2 Connection Status Messages DPS (Packet Switched) Display format Description DATA CLR DTE... DTE disconnected DATA CLR OCC ... Number busy DATA CLR DER... Out of order DATA CLR RPE... Remote procedure error DATA CLR RNA...

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    SRS -1050 Error Messages ( Appendix F Notes Page F-4...

  • Page 140: Connection Status Messages - Bcs, Connection Status Messages - Dps

    Appendix F ( SRS -1050 Error Messages Connection Status Messages - BCS, F-1 Connection Status Messages - DPS, F-3 Page F-5...

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