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NWA-XXXXXX-XXX
ISSUE 0.3
UNIVERGE Terminal
DT730/DT710/DT330/DT310
USER'S GUIDE
NEC Infrontia Corporation
2008 February

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    NWA-XXXXXX-XXX ISSUE 0.3 UNIVERGE Terminal DT730/DT710/DT330/DT310 USER’S GUIDE NEC Infrontia Corporation 2008 February...

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    NEC Infrontia Corporation reserves the right to change the specifications, functions, or features, at any time, without notice. NEC Infrontia Corporation has prepared this document for use by its employees and customers. The information contained herein is the property of NEC Infrontia Corporation and shall not be reproduced without prior written approval from NEC Infrontia Corporation.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.INTRODUCTION FACE LAYOUT..................KEY AND PARTS ................. ICON DISPLAY..................MENU LIST................... SIMPLE OPERATION BY MENU KEY AND CURSOR KEY ....SHORTCUT MENU ................PROGRAMMABLE FEATURE KEYS........... SOFT KEYS..................CONDITIONS FOR DT700 SERIES............. 2.INSTALLATION PROCEDURE Adjusting the Angle of Tilt Leg .............. To Remove Tilt Leg ................

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS 4.BASIC OPERATION TO LOGIN..................... TO LOGOUT..................TO ORIGINATE AN OUTSIDE CALL ........... TO ORIGINATE AN INTERNAL CALL ..........MULTILINE APPEARANCE ..............TO HOLD A CALL ................TO PLACE A CALL ON EXCLUSIVE HOLD ........TO TRANSFER A CALL ............... HOW TO INPUT CHARACTERS ............

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS TO ESTABLISH A BROKER CALL ............104 TO ANSWER A CAMPED-ON CALL............ 104 CALL WAITING - ORIGINATING ............106 CALL PARK ..................107 CALL PICK-UP (GROUP)..............108 CALL PICK-UP (DIRECT) ..............108 OUTGOING TRUNK QUEUING ............109 OFF-HOOK TRUNK QUEUING............

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS 6.DIRECTORY OPERATION TO ADD NEW DATA ................137 TO CHANGE GROUP NAME............... 144 TO FIND A REGISTERED DATA ............146 TO MAKE A CALL FROM DIRECTORY ..........160 TO ADD PREFIX TO NUMBER............161 TO EDIT DIRECTORY DATA............... 164 TO DELETE ALL DATA................

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS TO SET ILLUMINATION PATTERN FOR CALL INDICATION LAMP.. 192 TO ENABLE/DISABLE RTP ALARM............ 193 TO ENABLE/DISABLE DTMF TONE ........... 194 TO SET KEY TOUCH................195 TO SET MUSIC ON HOLD..............196 TO SET PREFIX NUMBER ..............197 TO SET CLOCK FORMAT ..............

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS...

  • Page 11: Face Layout

    NTRODUCTION FACE LAYOUT DT310 (DTL-6DE-1) DT310/710 (DTL-2E-1/ITL-2E-1) Exit Help Feautre Recall Feautre Recall Redial Conf Redial Conf Answer Answer PQRS WXYZ Directory Message PQRS WXYZ Directory Message Speaker Transfer Transfer Speaker HOLD HOLD...

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    DT710 (ITL-6DE-1) DT330/DT730 (DTL-12D-1/ITL-12D-1) Exit Help Exit Help Feautre Recall Feautre Recall Answer Answer Menu PQRS WXYZ Menu PQRS WXYZ Redial Transfer Speaker Redial HOLD Transfer Speaker HOLD TIP: Security key is equipped on DT730 (ITL-12D-1) only.

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    Help Line Feautre Recall Feautre Recall Answer Answer PQRS WXYZ Menu Menu PQRS WXYZ Redial Redial Transfer Speaker Transfer Speaker HOLD HOLD TIP: Security key is equipped on DT730 (ITL-12PA-1) TIP: Security key is equipped on DT730 (ITL-24D-1) only. only.

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    Scroll Feautre Feautre Recall Recall Answer Answer Menu PQRS WXYZ PQRS WXYZ Menu Redial Redial Speaker Transfer Speaker HOLD Transfer HOLD TIP: Security key is equipped on DT730 (ITL-32D-1) TIP: Security button is equipped on DT730 (ITL-8LD- only. 1) only.

  • Page 15: Key And Parts

    KEY AND PARTS Server Administrator. When Telephony Server Administrator sets “One- DT310/DT710 Touch Speed Dial key” on the programmable keys, Example: DTL-2E-1/ITL-2E-1 users can assign any numbers (ex. Telephone number, etc.) to the key (up to 24 digits). * For the assignment of the keys, confirm to the Telephony Server Administrator.

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    waiting call. (14)Hold Press this key to place an internal or external call (8) Mic on hold. Press key to respond hands free. LED on this key lights during speakerphone operation. (9) Message Press key to access the voice mail system. (10)Up/Down DOWN Used to adjust LCD contrast, speaker/receiver vol-...

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    DT330/DT730 (1) Security Button (DT730 only) Example: DTL-24D-1/ITL-24D-1 The user can prevent information leakage from terminal by simple operation. (2) Call Indicator Lamp Lamp at top corner of DT Series Display flashes when a call terminates to the terminal. Lamp lights steadily when a message has been left.

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    Press key to finish the call and hear the dial tone. For DT330 Series, two lines of menu items can be (9) Feature displayed at a time. For DT730 Series, three or Used to activate any features as terminal setup four lines of menu items can be displayed at a functions, etc.

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    Shortcut Menu by pressing Enter Key. (15)Redial (Last Number Call, Speed Calling-Station/Group) Press key to activate redial feature. Press redial and scroll back through numbers that have been dialed. When the desired number is displayed, press the or # key to activate dialing. TIP: A-law Countries [Australia, Russia, Latin America, UK, Middle near East, other Asian nations]: #...

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    DT330/DT730 (1) Security Button (DT730 only) Example: DTL-8LD-1/ITL-8LD-1 The user can prevent information leakage from terminal by simple operation. (2) Call Indicator Lamp Lamp at top corner of DT Series Display flashes when a call terminates to the terminal. Lamp lights steadily when a message has been left.

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    (7) 8LD Display Status of the Line key such as Call termination, Call Hold or Busy, and setting on the Feature key are shown as Icons. Flashing User’s Status Icon Pattern Rachel Julia • Idle No Icon • Call Hold Hannah (Individual Hold/Individual Hold on Call Park Group)

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    Feature Key Information displays the followings. Example: Maximum Page 1 Description digits to be Flashing Feature Key 1 Feature Key 1 Rachel Julia displyed Feature Key 2 Feature Key 2 - Name and Number infor- Line Key Up to 8 digits. Hannah Feature Key 3 Feature Key 3...

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    grammable keys. When Station line/Trunk line are assigned. No icons are displayed. Appropriate icons are displayed according to the * Users can register name on each One-Touch using feature. These displays cannot be changed Speed Dial key. For the procedures, refer to To by user.

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    For DT330 Series, two lines of menu items can be (18)Transfer displayed at a time. For DT730 Series, three or Allows the station user to transfer established calls four lines of menu items can be displayed at a to another station, without attendant assistance.

  • Page 25: Icon Display

    ICON DISPLAY MENU LIST From the Menu List, the user can use various The LCD of DT730 Series/DT330 Series displays application features such as Directory and Call History. Desktop Icons which provide notification when events (such as missed call and voice mail) occur.

  • Page 26: Simple Operation By Menu Key And Cursor Key

    SIMPLE OPERATION BY MENU KEY SHORTCUT MENU AND CURSOR KEY As shown in the figure below, DT330/DT730 Series has Shortcut Menu for frequentry-used features. The user By using Menu Key and Cursor Key, DT Series user can access to Shortcut Menu by pressing Enter Key.

  • Page 27: Programmable Feature Keys

    palyed on LCD. PROGRAMMABLE FEATURE KEYS Select Missed Calls and then press These are examples of DT Series features available by pressing the programmable keys. Some features using (Enter), (Right-cursor) or OK soft key. feature access code may be programmed by the user. Others must be programmed by the telephone system administrator.

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    MW-SET: Press key to leave message waiting indication on boss’ station from secretary’s station. MW-OFF: Press key to cancel message waiting indication on boss’ station from secretary’s station. P-RLS: Press key to release “Privacy” feature. S&R (Save and Repeat): Press key to store a number or redial a stored number. SIG: Press key to cause chime at predetermined station.

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    Programmable Feature keys have a built-in Light Emitting Diode (LED) that lights or flashes according to the activity of that Feature key. Function Key Activities Feature + 0 = Side Tone On/Off. (for handset) (Note) Feature + 1 = Turns microphone on or off. Feature + 2 = Adjusts handset receiver volume.

  • Page 30: Soft Keys

    SOFT KEYS The Soft Keys on the DT Series provide a set of Default Displays for Each Status functions on the LCD that adapts to the changing state Default Soft Key settings are provided corresponding to of the telephone. While default Soft Key settings are particular functions.

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    FDB (Call Forwarding - Busy Line) Permits a call to a busy station to be immediately BUSY forwarded to a predesignated station. BUSY 2000 FDA (Call Forwarding - All Calls) 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 Permits all calls destinated for a particular station to be >>>...

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    FLASH (Flash) Provides the station with a switchhook flash. HOLD (Call Hold) Permits a station user to hold a call in progress and to return to the previously held call. FDN (Call Forward - No Answer) Permits a call to an unanswered station to be forwarded to a predesignated station if the called station does not MWOFF (Message Waiting - Cancel) answer within a predetermined period of time.

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    RLS (Release Key) VISIT (Survivable Remote MGC) Allows the user to release the current call when using Allows a station to indicate a status: when a user is in the headset, without waiting for the party to hang up. remote office, VISIT will be blinking. After recovering the main office, VISIT will return to light.

  • Page 34: Conditions For Dt700 Series

    CONDITIONS FOR DT700 SERIES TIP: When pressing and holding Help key, the menu Please note that following terminal settings (by Feature of "Online Monitoring" will be displayed. For Key + Digit Key) cannot be used for DT700 Series. details on Online Monitoring, see ONLINE MONI- TORING in Chapter 9.

  • Page 35: Adjusting The Angle Of Tilt Leg

    NSTALLATION ROCEDURE Adjusting the Angle of Tilt Leg • To Lower Tilt Leg STEP 1: Turn the telephone set upside down. The angle of the tilt leg can be adjusted in four levels. Fourth Level STEP 2: While lifting the center of the stopper, adjust Third Level the tilt leg in the direction of the arrow until you hear it click.

  • Page 36: To Remove Tilt Leg

    To Remove Tilt Leg To Attach Tilt Leg STEP 1: Turn the telephone set upside down. STEP 1: Turn the telephone set upside down. STEP 2: Lower the tilt leg to first level. STEP 2: Align the hooks (c-h) of the tilt leg over the ap- propriate slots (C-H) of the telephone set.

  • Page 37: Connecting Line Cord

    Connecting Line Cord STEP 1: Insert Line cord plug into Line connector on the back of the telephone set until you hear it Line Cord clicks. Line Connector Tilt Leg Telephone Groove Line Cord Line Cord Plug STEP 2: Thread the line cord through the groove on the back of the telephone.

  • Page 38: Installing A Directory Card

    Installing a Directory Card Attaching Handset A directory card (also known as an abbreviated dialing STEP 1: Insert the coiled cord plug into HANDSET table) can be attached to the telephone sets. The connector on the back of the telephone until directory card can be used to record often dialed you hear it clicks.

  • Page 39: Installing/removing Key Set Unit

    Installing/Removing Key Set Unit Line Key Panel • To Remove Key Set Unit Button Panel STEP 1: Insert a tapered rod lightly into the right side of the line key panel/button pannel. STEP 2: Lift out the line key panel/button pannel to re- move it from the telephone.

  • Page 40: Wall Mounting

    Wall Mounting To mount the telephone set on the wall, use the following procedure. A wall mount unit (WM-L UNIT)is used to mount all telephones to the wall. This unit connects to the back STEP 1: Mount the hanger of the handset upside side of the telephone.

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    minal, skip this step. Wall Wall Wall WM-L UNIT WM-L UNIT WM-L Modular Terminal Screws Screws (attached) - When attaching WM-L UNIT to the wall plate: STEP 5: Insert the line cord plug (included with the Attach WM-L UNIT to the posts on the wall telephone set) into the modular connector.

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    Line Cord Telephone Wall Line Connector Groove WM-L Modular Plug STEP 8: Insert the four tabs on WM-L UNIT in the tab slots on the back of the telephone. Tuck the excess cord into WM-L UNIT. Tab Slots Wall Tabs...

  • Page 43: Terminal Setup

    ERMINAL ETUP This chapter describes operating procedures for terminal settings by the UP/DOWN key, Feature Menu key. Various terminal settings such as display, sounds, Menu password, and language are also available from key.

  • Page 44: Setup With Up/down Key

    SETUP WITH UP/DOWN KEY • TO ADJUST HANDSET RECEIVER RING VOLUME Press (Up/Down-cursor) or (Up/Down) key in the off-hook status or during the call. • TO ADJUST LCD CONTRAST Press (Up/Down-cursor) or (Up/Down) LCD indication for North America, Latin America, Asia, key in the on-hook status.

  • Page 45: Setup With Feature Key

    SETUP WITH FEATURE KEY • TO SELECT RINGER TONE DT Series has 10 kinds of ringer tones that you can • MICROPHONE ON/OFF select. LED on key shows the status of the built-in Feature Press key. The LCD displays the microphone.

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    • TO ADJUST TRANSMISSION/RECEIV- ING VOLUME HANDS FREE 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 Handset volume can be changed. Press Feature key. The LCD displays the • CALL INDICATOR LAMP ON/OFF current volume. The user can choose to turn the call indicator lamp either on or off during ringing.

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    Direct Dial Pad 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 TIP: When this feature is ON, the user may initiate a call by immediately dialing the number and the station will go hands-free off-hook automatically. Enabling this feature for DT700 Series, restricts the terminals ability to enter the DT700 Series User Menu.

  • Page 48: Setup With Menu Key For Dt700 Series

    SETUP WITH MENU KEY FOR DT700 SERIES [Setting] User Setting • TO ENABLE/DISABLE OFF-HOOK Download RINGING Data Backup/Restore The procedure below shows how to enable/disable Off- Back hook ringing. While indicating the current time on LCD, press Select Incoming Call and then press Menu key to open the Menu screen.

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    [Incoming Call] Ring Volume Offhook Ring Headset Ring Ring Tone Illumination Headset Ring Volume Back To disable/enable the off-hook ringing, select Disable or Enable. Then, press (Enter) or OK soft key. [Headset Ring] Disable Enable Back TIP: Default setting is 2 Enable. TIP: The currently enabled item is highlighted.

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    • TO SET RINGING OF HEADSET The procedure below shows how to enable/disable the [Setting] ringing of headset. User Setting Download While indicating the current time on LCD, press Data Backup/Restore Menu key to open the Menu screen. Back Select Setting and then press (Enter), (Right-cursor) or OK soft key.

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    [Incoming Call] Ring Volume Offhook Ring Headset Ring Ring Tone Illumination Headset Ring Volume Back To disable/enable the ringing of headset, select Disable or Enable. Then, press (Enter) or OK soft key. [Headset Ring] Disable Enable Back TIP: Default setting is 1 Disable. TIP: The currently enabled item is highlighted.

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    • TO SET RINGER TONE The procedure below shows how to change the ringer [Setting] tone for internal call and external call. User Setting Download While indicating the current time on LCD, press Data Backup/Restore Menu key to open the Menu screen. Back Select Setting and then press...

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    [External Call] [Incoming Call] Automatic Ring Volume Tone Type1 Offhook Ring Tone Type2 Headset Ring Tone Type3 Ring Tone Tone Type4 Illumination Tone Type5 Headset Ring Volume Tone Type6 Tone Type7 Back Tone Type8 Tone Type9 Tone Type10 Select External Call when setting the ringer Tone Type11 tone for external calls.

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    Frequency (Hz) Menu Item Remarks Tone Type8 1100 Envelope Door Phone Tone Type9 Melody 10 Tone Type10 Melody 1 Tone Type11 Melody 2 12 Tone Type12 Melody 3 13 Tone Type13 Melody 4 14 Tone Type14 Melody 5 Download1 Download2 Download3 TIP: The user can set ringer tone for the telephone set...

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    • TO SET ILLUMINATION PATTERN FOR [Setting] CALL INDICATION LAMP User Setting Download The procedure below shows how to set the illumination Data Backup/Restore pattern for the Call Indicator Lamp. Back While indicating the current time on LCD, press Menu key to open the Menu screen.

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    [Incoming Call] [External Call] Automatic Ring Volume Disable Offhook Ring Headset Ring Green Ring Tone Blue Illumination Yellow Headset Ring Volume Purple Back Light Blue White Rotation Select External Call when setting the illumina- tion pattern for external calls. Select Internal Back OK Call when setting the illumination pattern for inter-...

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    • TO ENABLE/DISABLE RTP ALARM The procedure below shows how to enable/disable Select Talk and then press (Enter), RTP alarm. (Right-cursor) or OK soft key. (or press key.) While indicating the current time on LCD, press [User Setting] Menu key to open the Menu screen. Incoming Call Talk Select...

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    [RTP Alarm] Automatic Disable Enable Back Menu Items Descriptions Follow the setting on the System. If no 0 Automatic setting is made in the System, the default setting (Alarm=ON) is applied. 1 Disable Follow the setting on the terminal (OFF). 2 Enable Follow the setting on the terminal (ON).

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    • TO ENABLE/DISABLE DTMF TONE The procedure below shows how to enable/disable Select Talk and then press (Enter), RTP alarm. (Right-cursor) or OK soft key. (or press key.) While indicating the current time on LCD, press [User Setting] Menu key to open the Menu screen. Incoming Call Talk Select...

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    [DTMF Tone] Automatic Disable 2 Enable Back Menu Items Descriptions Follow the setting on the System. If no 0 Automatic setting is made in the System, the default setting (DTMF=ON) is applied. 1 Disable Follow the setting on the terminal (OFF). 2 Enable Follow the setting on the terminal (ON).

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    • TO SET KEY TOUCH The procedure below shows how to set Key Touch [Setting] Tone. Key Touch Tone is a tone generated when the User Setting digit keys are pressed while DT Series is off-hook. Download Data Backup/Restore While indicating the current time on LCD, press Back Menu key to open the Menu screen.

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    [Talk] RTP Alarm DTMF Tone Key Touch Tone Hold Music 5 Prefix Back Select Automatic, No Tone, Tone or Voice. Then, press (Enter) or OK soft key. [Key Touch Tone] Automatic No Tone 2 Tone 3 Voice Back TIP: When 0 Automatic is set, the default setting (Tone) is applied.

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    • TO SET MUSIC ON HOLD The procedure below shows how to set Music on Hold Select Talk and then press (Enter), to be heard by DT Series user. (Right-cursor) or OK soft key. (or press key.) While indicating the current time on LCD, press [User Setting] Menu key to open the Menu screen.

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    Then, press (Enter) or OK soft key. [Hold Music] Default Download Back TIP: The currently enabled item is highlighted.

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    • TO SET CLOCK FORMAT Determines whether time is displayed with a 12-hour or [Setting] 24-hour clock format. User Setting Download TIP: This setting is available for Time Display only. Data Backup/Restore Call Log feature displays the time in 24-hour for- mat regardless of this setting.

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    After Making a selection, press (Enter) or OK soft key. [time Format] Time Format Local Volume Screen Server Back Light 5 Font Size Language Back Make a selection from the following list. Menu Item Meaning Follow the setting on the system. 0 Automatic (default) 1 12 hour Indication 12-hour clock...

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    • TO ENABLE/DISABLE VOLUME LEVEL [Setting] DISPLAY User Setting Determines whether or not to display the following Download volume levels: handset receiver volume, speaker Data Backup/Restore volume, ringer tone volume and LCD contrast. Back While indicating the current time on LCD, press Menu key to open the Menu screen.

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    [Local Volume] Time Format Local Volume Screen Server Back Light 5 Font Size Language Back Make a selection from the following list. Menu Item Meaning Each volume level is displayed on LCD 0 Automatic (default). Each voume level is not displayed on 1 Disable LCD.

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    • TO ENABLE/DISABLE BACKLIGHT The following explains how to enable/disable the [Setting] backlights of LCD and digit keys. User Setting Download The backlights illuminate (for approximately 10 Data Backup/Restore seconds) when the user presses any key or lift the Back handset.

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    [Back Light] Time Format Local Volume Screen Server Back Light 5 Font Size Language Back Make a selection from the following list. Menu Item Meaning Backlights of LCD and digit keys are 0 Automatic enabled. Backlights of LCD and digit keys are 1 Disable disabled.

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    • TO CHANGE CHARACTER SIZE The following explains how to change the displayed Select Display and then press (Enter), character size on the LCD. (Right-cursor) or OK soft key. (or press key.) While indicating the current time on LCD, press [User Setting] Menu key to open the Menu screen.

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    [Font Size] Standard(16dot) Small(12dot) Back TIP: The currently enabled item is highlighted. After Making a selection, press (Enter) or OK soft key.

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    • TO SET A LANGUAGE The following explains how to set a language to be Select Display and then press (Enter), displayed on LCD. (Right-cursor) or OK soft key. (or press key.) While indicating the current time on LCD, press [User Setting] Menu key to open the Menu screen.

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    [Language] Automatic Japanese NEC English NEC Portuguese NEC Spanish NEC French German Italian Download3 Dutch Norwegian Danish 11 Swedish 12 Greek 13 English 14 Portuguese 15 Spanish 16 French 17 Russian 18 Turkish 19 Romania 20 Polish 21 Catalan Back TIP: The currently enabled item is highlighted.

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    • TO CHANGE PASSWORD To change an existing password, follow the procedure [Setting] below. This password is used for the following User Setting occasions. Download Data Backup/Restore • To lock/unlock the telephone. • To delete the directory data. Back • To reset the telephone settings.

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    [Change Password] TIP: A maximum of 32 digits (0-9, * and #) can be set as a password. Old Pass New Pass When the password entry completes successfully, Retry Pass the display changes as follows. Press (Enter) BK Set Cancel OK or OK soft key.

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    • TO RESET TELEPHONE SETTINGS Select Setting and then press (Enter), (Right-cursor) or OK soft key. (or press key.) The following explains how to clear the personal data of the telephone. [User Setting] Incoming Call While indicating the current time on LCD, press Talk Menu key to open the Menu screen.

  • Page 78: To Download A File

    • TO DOWNLOAD A FILE [Menu] DT700 Series user can download files for Music on History Hold, Ringer Tone and Directory. When downloading Directory these files, the DT Series needs to be connected to the Tool network that has FTP (TFTP server). Call Function Setting TIP:...

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    [Download Menu] [Download Menu] Download Files Download Files Download Address Download Address Protocol Protocol 4 FTP Settings 4 FTP Settings Back Back STEP 7: Select User ID and then press (En- STEP 5: Select a protocol used by the server which ter), (Right-cursor) or OK soft key.

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    STEP 11:The display goes back to the FTP Settings TIP: For details on character entry method, see screen. Select Folder and then press TO INPUT CHARACTERS in chapter 4 Basic (Enter), (Right-cursor) or OK soft key. Operation. (or press key.) STEP 9: The display goes back to the FTP Settings [FTP Settings] screen.

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    [FTP Settings] [Download Address] ‘*‘For‘.‘ User ID Password Folder Back OK Back After entering an IP address, press (Enter) or OK soft key. STEP 14:Select Download Address and then press (Enter), (Right-cursor) or OK STEP 16:The display goes back to the Download soft key.

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    When downloading a file : Select Directory and go [Hold Music] for directory to STEP 18. Input a file name. MOH.wav [Download Files] Cancel Exec Hold Music Ring Tone - When downloading a file for ringer tone, the Directory default file name is “Melody1/2/3/.wav”. Back [Download1/2/3] Input a file name.

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    file name by using the digit keys. Note: TIP: When the downloading ends in failure, "Down- TIP: For details on character entry method, see loading Failed!" is displayed on the LCD. Check TO INPUT CHARACTERS in chapter 4 Basic to see the following and then make a retry. Operation.

  • Page 84: Setup With Menu Key For Dt300 Series

    SETUP WITH MENU KEY FOR DT300 SERIES...

  • Page 85: Basic Operation

    ASIC PERATION This chapter describes the following basic operation of DT Series. • TO LOGIN • TO LOGOUT • TO ORIGINATE AN OUTSIDE CALL • TO ORIGINATE AN INTERNAL CALL • MULTILINE APPEARANCE • TO HOLD A CALL • TO PLACE A CALL ON EXCLUSIVE HOLD •...

  • Page 86: To Login

    TO LOGIN TO LOGOUT When login mode is activated, following procedure is required. Press the preassigned Logout Feature Key on the terminal. TIP: This feature is only available for DT700 Sereies. TIP: This feature is only available for DT700 Sereies. Enter login code and press Set soft key.

  • Page 87: To Originate An Outside Call

    TO ORIGINATE AN OUTSIDE CALL MULTILINE APPEARANCE Lift handset or press Speaker key, receive dial tone. To Originate a Call Dial the Central Office access code, e.g. 9. Press the MULTILINE APPEARANCE feature key. Dial desired telephone number. Lift handset or press key.

  • Page 88: To Hold A Call

    TO HOLD A CALL Note: Hold shows as a flashing green LED on your phone. The same line on other phones shows as a Press key. Held line wink flashes. HOLD flashing red LED. Recall shows as a flashing green LED on your phone and flashing red LED on Held station other phones with the same line.

  • Page 89: To Transfer A Call

    If unanswered Transferred station TRANSFER 2001 or trunk number After preprogrammed time, Automatic Recall is initi- 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 ated. Visual and audible signal (rapid flash and ring burst) is sent to station which placed call on Exclu- If transferring party hangs up, that station’s number sive Hold.

  • Page 90: How To Input Characters

    HOW TO INPUT CHARACTERS This section explains how to enter chracters on the text input screen such as Name or User ID, etc. • Character Entry Mode When entering chracters from the telephone set, the following three modes are available: uppercase alaphabetic craracter, lowercase alphabetic character and numeric character.

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    To display the Sub Menu screen, press Option Soft Key while the text input screen is displayed. Also, the follow- ing operations are available from the Sub Menu screen. SubMenu Change-word Word-case Word-width Delete Copy Paste Space Return Overwrite/Insert Back Sub Menu Items Descriptions Change character entry mode between uppercase alphabetic, lower-...

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    • Character Code List <Character Code For English (1/2)> DIGIT CASE 10th 11th 12th 13th SHIFT ¥ [SP]...

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    <Character Code For English (2/2)> 10th 11st 12st 13st 14st 15st 16st 17st 18st 19st 20st " & 21st 22st 23st 24st 25st 26st 27st 28st 29st 30st < > Used as a case shift key. Shifts the characters between uppercase, lowercase and numeric.

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    <Character Code For Russian> DIGIT CASE 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th SHIFT ¿ ¡ & Б В Г а б в г Д Е Ё Ж З д е ё ж з И Й К Л и й к л...

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    <Character Code For Turkish> DIGIT CASE 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th SHIFT ¿ ¡ & Ç ç Ğ İ ğ Ö ö Ş Ş Ü ü [SP]...

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    <Character Code For Other Languages> DIGIT CASE 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th SHIFT ¿ ¡ & À Á Â Ã Ä Å Æ Ç à á â ã ä å æ ç È É Ê Ë è é ê ë...

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    • Character Entry Method Press key once to enter a space. As an example of character entry method, the fol- lowing shows how to enter “Ko Abe” . [Name] Input a name. Press key twice to enter “K”. BK Option Back OK [Name] Input a name.

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    [Name] [Name] Input a name. Input a name. Ko A Ko Abe BK Option Back OK BK Option Back OK Press key twise to enter “b”. [Name] Input a name. BK Option Back OK Press key twise to enter “e”. [Name] Input a name.

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    • To Overwrite Characters example, “W” is entered. Place the cursor at the left of the chracters to be [Name] overwritten. Input a name. ABWDE [Name] BK Option Back OK Input a name. ABCDE BK Option Back OK Press Option soft key. On the following Sub Menu screen, select Over- write/Insert and then press...

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    • To Copy and Paste Characters [Copy] While characters which you want to copy are dis- Input a name. played, press Option soft key. ABCDE Start Back On the following Sub Menu screen, press (Enter) or OK soft key while Copy is high- lighted, or press key.

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    SubMenu Change-word Word-case Word-width Delete Copy Paste Space Return Overwrite/Insert Back The copied characters are inserted as follows: [Name] Input a name. ABCDE BK Option Back OK...

  • Page 102: Security Mode

    Series in Security mode. prevents information leakage from terminal. While the terminal is locked, Security Lamp lights up. When DT730 Series is placed in Security mode, Security Lamp lights red and the screen saver will Security Lamp lights up. be activated.

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    TIP: When the password entry ends in failure, the fol- lowing error message is issued. In that case, press (Enter) or OK soft key and then make a retry. [Password] Password Error. Retry? Cancel OK TIP: After a third attempt (if incorrect password entered three times), the following error messge is issued.

  • Page 104: Feature Operation

    EATURE PERATION TO ORIGINATE A CALL USING Note 1: To program a hook switch for transfer or feature Recall activation, press key as first digit. (! dis- SPEED CALLING (ONE-TOUCH plays on LCD.) SPEED CALLING KEYS) Note 2: To program a pause, press the Recall key as any Press the desired One-Touch Speed Calling key,...

  • Page 105

    LCD Indication of 8LD Display • Alphabetic character (Uppercase) Press the desired One-Touch Speed Calling key Digit and originate a call. ∗ Code Registered name will be displayed as follows. For ∗ the key to which no name information is registered, H K N Q U @ &...

  • Page 106

    • European Character (Uppercase) • European Character (Lowercase) Digit Digit ∗ ∗ Code Code ∗ ∗ H K N Q U À È Ì Ñ Ù à è ì ñ ù β β Á É Í Ò Ú á é í...

  • Page 107: To Register Name On One-touch Speed Calling Key

    TUE 13 APR 2004 NAME(*) >>> Press desired One-Touch Speed Calling key. Enter desired name on the keypad. Display indicates the name entered. NEC BNET SET CANCEL CLEAR >>> Press SET to save the name. 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 NAME >>>...

  • Page 108: To Originate A Call Using Speed Calling (-station/group)98

    TO ORIGINATE A CALL USING SPEED CALLING (-STATION/ XXXX GROUP) 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 Press key. Redial Press the desired speed calling number. If the DT Series does not have the “Speed Calling – System” key, dial the “Speed Calling – System” LNR[ ]/SPD[_ _] –X access code, then the abbreviated call code.

  • Page 109: Account Code

    ACCOUNT CODE AUTHORIZATION CODE To enter To enter without account code Lift handset or press Speaker key, receive dial tone. Lift handset or press Speaker key, receive dial tone. Enter feature access code, receive service set Enter feature access code, receive service set tone.

  • Page 110: Voice Call

    VOICE CALL VOICE BUSY Lift handset. 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 Dial desired station number. Press Voice. Note 3: A voice call is restricted if called party’s station is VOICE 2000 not a DT Series. Display indicates: 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 VOICE REST 4:26 PM...

  • Page 111: Automatic Intercom

    AUTOMATIC INTERCOM Press the AICM key, lift handset or press Speaker To initiate key. Lift handset or press Speaker key. Press the AICM key. Overriding party Hear ringback tone. OVERRIDE 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 Called party A three-party conference is established. 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 CONF...

  • Page 112: Manual Intercom

    MANUAL INTERCOM To bridge into a manual intercom call Note: Bridging is an optional feature. To initiate Press MICM, lift handset or press Speaker key, Press MICM, lift handset or press Speaker key. ringback tone is heard. Press the SIG key if it is desired for the called sta- tion to hear ringing.

  • Page 113: Dial Intercom

    DIAL INTERCOM To bridge into a dial intercom call Note: Bridging is an optional feature. To initiate Lift handset or press the Speaker key. Press the DICM key, lift handset or press Speaker Press DICM key. key. Dial desired intercom station number. Receive ringback tone.

  • Page 114: Conference

    CONFERENCE TO ESTABLISH A BROKER CALL With call in progress, ask party to hold. While engaged in a call and wishing to consult a Press key, receive interrupted dial tone. third party, press key. Caller is automati- Transfer Transfer Dial desired number. cally placed on hold.

  • Page 115

    Trunk Trunk type number CAMP ON DDD 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004...

  • Page 116: Call Waiting - Originating

    CALL WAITING - ORIGINATING Dial busy station. To program call waiting key (on One-Touch Speed Calling key) C WAIT SET 2000 Press Feature key. 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 Press desired One-Touch Speed Calling key. Press Recall key. ! appears on LCD. (See Note.) Using the Soft Key Dial “Call Waiting”...

  • Page 117: Call Park

    Using the Soft Key Parked station Hear burst of tone Display indicates “C WAIT” and or trunk Answer keyflashes. CALLPARK SET DDD 3 Answer Press key receive call waiting tone. 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 Calling station number To retrieve a parked call from originating station C WAIT 2001 Dial “Call Park”...

  • Page 118: Call Pick-up (group)

    CALL PICK-UP (GROUP) CALL PICK-UP (DIRECT) When station within pick-up group rings To program pick-up direct key (One-Touch Speed Calling key) Lift handset. Press Feature key. Press CALL PICK-UP or dial “Call Pick-up” access Press One-Touch Speed Calling key. code (may be stored on One-Touch Speed Calling Dial “Direct Call Pick-up”...

  • Page 119: Outgoing Trunk Queuing

    OUTGOING TRUNK QUEUING Interrupted parties receive warning tone. If trunk busy Overridden station Receive Trunk Busy indication. Press CALL OVERRIDE 2001 BACK. Call is placed in queue for next available 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 trunk. When trunk is available, setting station is alerted by ringing and flashing red LED.

  • Page 120: Last Number Redial

    LAST NUMBER REDIAL of the multiline station you are setting). Press Speaker key. Call Forwarding – All Calls is To Recall the Last Number Dialed set. Press key. Last number dialed is displayed. Redial Forwarding station LNR[# or ]/SPD[_ _] –X XXXXXX FORWARD SET...

  • Page 121

    To Cancel Press Speaker key. Receive dial tone. If canceling for another station, press MULTILINE APPEAR- ANCE. Press FWD or dial “Call Forwarding – All Calls” cancel code. Receive service set tone. LED goes out at your station (or the DT Series of the multiline station).

  • Page 122: Call Forwarding - Busy Line

    CALL FORWARDING - BUSY LINE Display indicates the station number calls are for- warded to. To Set Press Speaker key. Receive dial tone. Forwarding station If setting for another station, press MULTILINE FORWARD 2000 APPEARANCE. 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 Press FWD-BY or dial “Call Forwarding –...

  • Page 123: Call Forwarding - Don'tanswer

    Don’t Answer is set. FORWARD CANCEL 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 FORWARD SET >>> 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 >>> CALL FORWARDING - DON’T To Verify (only for terminal with LCD) ANSWER If verifying for another station, press MULTILINE APPEARANCE while idle.

  • Page 124: Logged Out Ip Station - Call Destination

    LED goes out at your station (or the DT Series of the multiline station). FORWARD SET XXXX Press Speaker key. Call Forwarding – Don’t Answer 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 >>> is cancelled. FORWARD CANCEL To Verify (only for terminal with LCD) 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 Press “Logged Out IP Station –...

  • Page 125: Call Back

    Using the Soft Key hear ring back tone. The called station would then be ringing. Lift handset or press Speaker key; receive Dial Tone. Called party Press FDL Soft Key; receive service set tone. Dial destination station number; receive service set CALLBACK 2000 tone.

  • Page 126: To Save And Repeat A Number

    TO SAVE AND REPEAT A NUMBER automatically redialed. “S&R” disappears from dis- play. To Save Press Speaker key. TO LEAVE A MESSAGE Dial desired telephone number. Press Speaker key. Receive dial tone. Press S&R. Dialed number is now stored. S&R Dial desired station number.

  • Page 127: To Answer A Message

    TO ANSWER A MESSAGE Note: If station that left message is busy, callback or MSG may be set. If station that left message does To Display not answer, MSG may be set, notifying originating MSG LED is lit. Station is idle. party that a message return was attempted.

  • Page 128: Meet-me Paging

    MEET-ME PAGING Note: Paging function can not be supported with IP en- abled DT700 Series. Example: Station A can page Station B. When Station B dials answer code, they are connected. PAGING TRANSFER Example: To Page (Station A) Station A receives an important call for Station B who is not at a desk.

  • Page 129: Boss/secretary Transfer

    Stations A and B each display Calling trunk number the other’s number DDD 3 TRANSFER XXXX 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 – Or – Station A hangs up. Station B and the calling party are connected.

  • Page 130: Boss/secretary - Mw Lamp Control

    Boss and secretary station each MW SET display the other’s number 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 XXXX 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 Boss sees MW on display and can call secretary to receive message. Announce the call to the boss. Without caller on the line If Boss Accepts Call After taking message, press...

  • Page 131: Boss Secretary Override

    BOSS SECRETARY OVERRIDE CANCEL Exmaple: 4:26 PM TUE 13 APR 2004 Station 2000 is boss, Station 2001 is secretary. Boss is connected to Trunk A. Incoming call on Trunk B connects to secretary, but is intended for boss. With caller on the line To Program Boss/Secretary Override Key While engaged in conversation on boss’...

  • Page 132: Do Not Disturb

    Boss Secretary is connected to Trunk B. Hear 3 bursts of tone. LCD indicates: Option 4 Secretary’s station Answer Boss presses key and converses with Sec- number retary. Trunk A is placed on hold. C WAIT 2001 Boss denies call, presses key to return to Transfer 4:26 PM...

  • Page 133: Call Redirect

    CALL REDIRECT Using the Soft Key Example: Press flashing DND Soft Key. DT Series Station A views on the DT Series display the Station Number or Caller ID of an Incoming Call DND CANCEL and immediately redirects the call by pressing a Function Key.

  • Page 134: Privacy

    PRIVACY - Or - While Off-Hook Call Redirect to Recall Destination When Call Is Press DND. LED lights. Transferred Without Call Forwarding-Don't Privacy feature prevents interruptions for the dura- Answer Being Set tion of the call. Station B calls Station C. Station C answers the call and transfers it to Station PRIVACY SET A and then releases the call.

  • Page 135: Privacy Release

    PRIVACY RELEASE cancelled. Note: DND must be programmed by the Telephony Serv- Example: er Admin. on a Programmable feature key. DT Series Station B is engaged in a conversation, and allows DT Series Station A to enter the call in Using the Soft Key progress.

  • Page 136: Phonebook

    Phonebook Local Note 1: Station A can be a single-line station if it appears Enter the target name (in this example, ” NEC” is on the Station B DT Series. entered), then press OK Soft Key to perform a Note 2: Up to six parties can break into a two-party con- search.

  • Page 137

    A result of the search is displayed. Press UP or DOWN Soft Key to scroll the result. Name: NEC NEC ABIKO DOWN When “NEC BNET” appears, press OK Soft Key. Name: NEC NEC BNET DOWN The registered Phonebook data for “NEC BNET”...

  • Page 138

    → >>> Phonebook. Note 1 Example: DT Series Station A registers “NEC BNET” as new name and its Telephone Number. Enter the telpehone number and press OK Soft Key. Press Pbook Soft Key while Station is in Idle state. Add name: NEC BNET...

  • Page 139

    >>> Prfi → >>> Note 2 Note 1 Enter the name (in this example, “NEC” is entered) and press OK Soft Key. (If no appropriate data exists, the message “Entry not found!” appears.) Name: → >>> A result of the search is displayed. Press UP or...

  • Page 140

    To Modify Name and Telephone Number in Local Phonebook Edit Name: Takatu The procedure shown below is available in Local → >>> Phonebook. Example: Press Clr Soft Key twice to erase “89”. To Modify Name “Takahashi” to “Takatu” and Telephone Number “0123456789”...

  • Page 141

    To Delete a registered data from Local Phonebook Entry deleted! The procedure shown below is available in Local Phonebook. Example: To Delete Phonebook data for “Takahashi”. Press >>> Soft Key while the target Phonebook data is displayed. Name: Takahashi Number: 0123456789 More >>>...

  • Page 142

    To Add a Prefix to Telephone Number in Local Phonebook The procedure shown below is available in Local Phonebook. Example: To add a prefix “0184” in front of telephone number “0123456789” Press Prfi Soft Key while the target Phonebook data is displayed. Name: Takahashi Number: 0123456789 More...

  • Page 143

    Available Characters in Local Phonebook • In case of Uppercase character The following tables show available characters in Local Phonebook. Digit ∗ Code • In case of Uppercase character w SP ∗ Digit ∗ Code T W SP ∗ à è...

  • Page 144

    Note 1: If “>>>” Soft Key is pressed on this occasion, character type can be changed. : Taro(JapanSumida) Name Number 34567890123456789 (Lower-case character) More >>> <<< -Eu-s (Display area) Name: Suzuki Taro(JapanSumida) (Upper-case character) Number: 01234567890123456789 <<< -Eu-l Note 2: “More”...

  • Page 146: Directory Operation

    IRECTORY PERATION This chapter explains about Directory function of DT730 Series. By using Direcoty function, the user can make a call with simple operation. Directory function can register up to 500 entries. The user can add/view/edit/delete these entries • TO ADD NEW DATA •...

  • Page 147: To Add New Data

    (Directory) key. The Directory 0 Config screen shown at STEP 3 can be directly dis- Back played. TIP: Directory feature is available for DT730 Series STEP 3: Select Personal and then press (En- only. DT710/DT330/DT310 Series does not sup- ter), (Right-cursor) or OK soft key.

  • Page 148

    [Directory] [Name] Input a name. Search Edit Group Setting BK Option Back OK Own Number Delete All TIP: For details on character entry method, see Back TO INPUT CHARACTERS in chapter 4. TIP: Up to 32 charancters can be entered as a name. STEP 5: The following Edit screnn appears.

  • Page 149

    In this example, Colleagues is selected. STEP 10:Enter a telephone number to be registered in directory. After entering the telephone num- [Group] ber, press (Enter) or Next soft key. 1 Default Colleagues 3 VIPs [Tel#1] 4 Famlily Input a Telephone number. 5 Friends 6 Group 6 Back...

  • Page 150

    Category ICON [Edit] Voice Mail 1 Name:Ken Kobus Group:Colleagues Home Tel# 1:31300 Tel# 2: Other Tel# 3: Tel# 4: After a Category is selected, press Company Name: Ring Tone: (Enter) or Next soft key. Illumination: STEP 12:Select either Disable or Enable and 0 Memory ID:0 then...

  • Page 151

    Tel#3: matic” is applied. Tel#4: TIP: When 1 Automatic or 2 Default is selected, the Company Name:NEC setting for “Group” or “Telephone Set” is applied. Ring Tone: Illumination: Memory ID:0 STEP 17:The display goes back to the Edit screen. Se-...

  • Page 152

    [Edit] Automatic Name:Ken Cobus Default Group:Colleagues Disable Tel#1:31300 Tel#2: Green Tel#3: Yellow Tel#4: Blue Company Name:NEC Light Blue Download3 Ring Tone:Automatic Purple Illumination:Automatic White Memory ID:0 Rotation Save Back Back STEP 20:Enter a desired Memory Number (0 - 499), then press (Enter) or OK soft key.

  • Page 153

    screen, press Save soft key to save the as- signed data. STEP 22:“The data registered memory numbe:XX” is displayed. Press (Enter) key or OK soft key. The display returns to the Directory screen. TIP: If a duplicate Memory ID is entered, “It will over- write a data at memory number:XX”...

  • Page 154: To Change Group Name

    TO CHANGE GROUP NAME [Group] STEP 1: Open the Directory screen (see TO ADD DATA). Default 2 Colleagues 3 VIPs STEP 2: On the Directory screen, select Group 4 Famlily Setting and then press (Enter), 5 Friends (Right-cursor) or OK soft key. (or press 6 Group 6 key.) 20 Group 20...

  • Page 155

    STEP 5: Enter a new group name and then press (Enter) or OK soft key. [Company Name] Input a company name. Default BK Option Back OK TIP: For details on character entry method, see TO INPUT CHARACTERS in chapter 4. TIP: Up to 32 charancters can be entered as a group- name.

  • Page 156: To Find A Registered Data

    TO FIND A REGISTERED DATA ter) or OK soft key. In this example, Col- leagues is selected. • To Search by Group Name [Group] STEP 1: Open the Directory screen (see TO ADD 1 Default DATA). Colleagues 3 VIPs STEP 2: On the Directory screen, select Search 4 Famlily 5 Friends...

  • Page 157

    [Detail] Name:Ken Kobus Group:Colleagues Tel#1:31300 Tel#2: Tel#3: Tel#4: Company Name:NEC Ring Tone:Automatic Illumination:Automatic Memory ID:0 Back Call TIP: To go back to the formaer screen, press (Left-cursor) or Back soft key. TIP: When pressing (Enter) or Call soft key while the above screen is displayed, a call is originated to the target party.

  • Page 158

    • To Search by Name STEP 1: Open the Directory screen (see TO ADD [Name] DATA). Input a name. STEP 2: Select Search and then press (En- ter), (Right-cursor) or OK soft key. (or BK Option Back OK press key.) TIP: A distinction is made between upper case and [Directory]...

  • Page 159

    Detail soft key while the name is highlighted. [Detail] Name:Ken Cobus Group:Colleagues Tel#1:31300 Tel#2: Tel#3: Tel#4: Company Name:NEC Ring Tone:Automatic Illumination:Automatic Memory ID:0 Back Call TIP: To go back to the formaer screen, press (Left-cursor) or Back soft key.

  • Page 160

    • To Search by Telephone Number STEP 1: Open the Directory screen (see TO ADD [Tel Number] DATA). Input a telephone number. STEP 2: Select Search and then press (En- ter), (Right-cursor) or OK soft key. (or Back press key.) TIP: Even if the telephone number is not entered to the end, the user can search for a telephone...

  • Page 161

    [Detail] Name:Ken Cobus Group:Colleagues Tel#1:31300 Tel#2: Tel#3: Tel#4: Company Name:NEC Ring Tone:Automatic Illumination:Automatic Memory ID:0 Back Call TIP: To go back to the formaer screen, press (Left-cursor) or Back soft key. TIP: When pressing (Enter) or Call soft key while the above screen is displayed, a call is originated to the target party.

  • Page 162

    • To Search by Memory ID STEP 1: Open the Directory screen (see TO ADD [Others] DATA). Memory ID Category STEP 2: Select Search and then press (En- Company ter), (Right-cursor) or OK soft key. (or Alphabet press key.) Back [Directory] STEP 5: Enter a memory number (0-499) and then Search...

  • Page 163

    Detail soft key while the name is highlighted. [Detail] Name:Ken Cobus Group:Colleagues Tel#1:31300 Tel#2: Tel#3: Tel#4: Company Name:NEC Ring Tone:Automatic Illumination:Automatic Memory ID:0 Back Call TIP: To go back to the formaer screen, press (Left-cursor) or Back soft key.

  • Page 164

    • To Search by Category STEP 1: Open the Directory screen (see TO ADD [Others] DATA). Memory ID Category STEP 2: Select Search and then press (En- Company ter), (Right-cursor) or OK soft key. (or Alphabet press key.) Back [Directory] STEP 5: Select a desired category from the list and Search then press...

  • Page 165

    Detail soft key while the name is highlighted. [Detail] Name:Ken Kobus Group:Colleagues Tel#1:31300 Tel#2: Tel#3: Tel#4: Company Name:NEC Ring Tone: Illumination: Memory ID:0 Back Call TIP: To go back to the formaer screen, press (Left-cursor) or Back soft key.

  • Page 166

    • To Search by Company Name [Others] STEP 1: Open the Directory screen (see TO ADD DATA). Memory ID Category STEP 2: Select Search and then press (En- Company ter), (Right-cursor) or OK soft key. (or Alphabet press key.) Back [Directory] STEP 5: Enter a company name.

  • Page 167

    "No data" is issued. STEP 7: To display the detailed data for a specific name, press Detail soft key while the name is highlighted. [Detail] Name:Ken Kobus Group:Colleagues Tel#1:31300 Tel#2: Tel#3: Tel#4: Company Name:NEC Ring Tone: Illumination: Memory ID:0 Back Call...

  • Page 168

    • To Search by Alphabet STEP 1: Open the Directory screen (see TO ADD [Others] DATA). Memory ID STEP 2: Select Search and then press (En- Category Company ter), (Right-cursor) or OK soft key. (or Alphabet press key.) Back [Directory] Search STEP 5: Select a desired group of alphabets and 2 Edit...

  • Page 169

    "No data" is issued. STEP 7: To display the detailed data for a specific name, press Detail soft key while the name is highlighted. [Detail] Name:Abe Shintaro Group:Colleagues Tel#1:31310 Tel#2: Tel#3: Tel#4: Company Name:NEC Ring Tone:Automatic Illumination:Automatic Memory ID:0 Back Call...

  • Page 170: To Make A Call From Directory

    Name:Abe Shintaro Group:Colleagues STEP 1: Display the detailed data for a target party Tel#1:31310 (see TO FIND A REGISTERED DATA). Tel#2: Tel#3: [Detail] Tel#4: Company Name:NEC Name:Abe Shintaro Ring Tone: Group:Colleagues Illumination: Tel#1:31310 Memory ID:0 Tel#2: Tel#3: Back Call Tel#4:...

  • Page 171: To Add Prefix To Number

    TO ADD PREFIX TO NUMBER [Setting] • To Set Prefix User Setting Download When making a call, a prefix can be added to tele- Data Backup/Restore phone numbers to be dialed. Prefixes need to be set in advance. Back STEP 1: While indicating the current time on LCD, STEP 4: Select Prefix and then press (Enter),...

  • Page 172

    STEP 8: The display goes back the Prefix screen at [Talk] STEP 5. If multiple prefixes need to be set, re- RTP Alarm peat STEP 5 and STEP 6. In that case, select DTMF Tone Key Touch Tone Prefix 2 and Prefix 3.

  • Page 173

    • To Add Prefix When Making A Call [Prefix] STEP 1: Display the list of applicable names (see FIND A REGISTERED DATA). Select a tar- XXXX get name by pressing (Up/Down-cur- XXXX sor) key and then press Option soft key. XXXX Back Call...

  • Page 174: To Edit Directory Data

    Delete All Edit Back STEP 3: On the Edit screen, the detailed data for the selected name is displayed. Modify the nec- essary data by referring to TO ADD NEW DA- TA. After the data modification is complete, press Save soft key on the Edit screen.

  • Page 175: To Delete All Data

    TO DELETE ALL DATA [Directory] STEP 1: Open the Directory screen (see TO ADD DATA). Deleted. STEP 2: Select Delete All and then press (En- ter), (Right-cursor) or OK soft key. (or press key.) STEP 5: Press (Enter) or OK soft key. [Directory] Search Edit...

  • Page 176: To Delete A Specific Data

    TO DELETE A SPECIFIC DATA [Directory] STEP 1: Display the list of applicable names (see FIND A REGISTERED DATA). Delete this entry? On the following screen, select a name to be deleted by pressing (Up/Down-cursor) key and then press Option soft key. Back [Directory] TIP:...

  • Page 177: Call History Operation

    Series. By using Call History, the user can make a call with simple operation. Call History feature allows the telephone to register up to 50 records (for DT730 Series)/10 records (for DT330 Series) into its memory. If exceeding 50 records/10 records, a record will be deleted in order of occurrence.

  • Page 178: To View Call History

    Item Description Missed Display the history of missed calls. TIP: This fearture is DT730 Series and DT330 Series. Outgoing Display the history of outgoing calls. The following are examples of LCD displays of Incoming Display the history of incoming calls.

  • Page 179: To Make A Call From Call History

    TO MAKE A CALL FROM CALL HIS- TORY [Missed] (CASE 1) 11/FEB/2008 (TUE) 10:00 Ken Kobus STEP 1: Display the call history data of the target tele- Tel:7205 phone number (see TO VIEW CALL HISTO- RY). The following is an example when the Back Option history data of a missed call is displayed.

  • Page 180: To Add Call History Data To Directory

    TO ADD CALL HISTORY DATA TO DIRECTORY STEP 3: Select New and then press (Enter), (Right-cursor) or OK soft key. (or press STEP 1: Display the call history data of the target tele- key.) phone number (see TO VIEW CALL HISTO- RY).

  • Page 181

    Category ICON TIP: If the no corresponding data is stored in the Home directory, only the telephone number will be dis- played as Tel #1. Others TIP: If the corresponding data has already stored in the directory, the detailed data (such as name group, etc.) is displayed.

  • Page 182: To Edit Directory Data From Call History

    TO EDIT DIRECTORY DATA FROM STEP 3: Select Addition and then press (En- ter), (Right-cursor) or OK soft key. (or CALL HISTORY press key.) STEP 1: Display the call history data of the target tele- phone number (see TO VIEW CALL HISTO- [Directory Edit] RY).

  • Page 183

    [Group] [Directory] Default Tel #1: 31300 Colleagues Tel #2: VIPs Tel #3: Famlily Tel #4: Friends Group 6 Back OK Group 20 STEP 8: The Category Set screen is displayed. Se- Back OK lect a Category to which the telephone num- ber belongs.

  • Page 184

    The existing data is displayed on the Edit sceen. See TO EDIT DIRECTORY DATA in chapter 6 Directory Operation, and edit the data as necessary. [Edit] Name:Ken Kobus Group:Colleagues Tel#1:7205 Tel#2: Tel#3: Tel#4: Company Name:NEC Ring Tone:Automatic Illumination:Blue Memory ID:0 Save Back...

  • Page 185: To Delete All Data

    TO DELETE ALL DATA STEP 4: The following confirmation message appears. STEP 1: While indicating the current time on LCD, Press (Enter) or OK soft key to delete all press Menu Key to open the Menu screen. the data. STEP 2: Select Hisotry and then press (En- [Delete All]...

  • Page 186: To Delete A Specific Data

    TO DELETE A SPECIFIC DATA STEP 1: Display the call history data of the target tele- phone number referring to TO VIEW CALL STEP 3: The following confirmation message appears. HISTORY. The following is an example when Press (Enter) or OK soft key to delete the history data of missed call is displayed.

  • Page 187

    7.2 DIRECTORY OPERATION FOR DT330 SERIES...

  • Page 188: Specifications

    PECIFICATIONS TECHINICAL SPECIFICATIONS The following shows the techinical specifications of DT 300 Series. Telephone Type 24D/12D 87 × 43mm, 168 × 58 dot matrix, 28-digit 4-line 90 × 28mm, Display (LCD) None 24-digit × 3-line * 8LD has two LCDs. Display Color Monochrome (with no shades of gray) Character on LCD...

  • Page 189

    The following shows the techinical specifications of DT 700 Series. Telephone Type 24D/12D 90 × 28mm, 87 × 43mm, 224 × 96 dot matrix, 28-digit 5-line 168 × 41 dot matrix, Display (LCD) None * 8LD has two LCDs. 28-digit × 3-line Monochrome (with Display Color Gray scale (with 8 shades of gray)

  • Page 190

    Telephone Type 24D/12D × × × × × × 179(W) 264(D) 205.8(W) 258(D) 179(W) 258(D) × × × × Dimension (W 179(W) 225(D) 112(H) [mm] 112(H) [mm] 112(H) [mm] 112(H) [mm] Weight 1.3 kg 1.3 kg 1.2 kg 1.1 kg 1.0 kg...

  • Page 191: Online Monitoring

    NLINE ONITORING • Key operation chart In Online Monitoring, users can see the following infor- mation on the terminal LCD. Press Help key for two seconds. - QoS information (RTP Packet Loss (per 5 sec.), Payload, CODEC) - System information Lost Packet - Ping Codec...

  • Page 192: System Information

    • QoS information (RTP Packet Loss (per • System Information 5 sec.), Payload, CODEC) Press 2 in main screen, and move to System informa- tion menu. Press 1 in main screen, and move to QoS information Following information can be confirmed in System menu.

  • Page 193

    To see Network Settings Information To see SIP Settings Information Press 1 in System Information menu. Press 2 in System Information menu. Each Network Setting can be confirmed by pressing Each SIP Setting can be confirmed by pressing Up Up and Down key. and Down key.

  • Page 194

    To see Audio&Visual Settings Information To see Maintenance Settings Information Press 3 in System Information menu. Press 4 in System Information menu. Each Audio&Visual Setting can be confirmed by press- Download address can be confirmed. ing Up and Down key. Download Address Confirmation Tone IP Address is Invalid!!

  • Page 195

    Ping To see Terminal Information Press 5 in System Information menu. To send Ping Each terminal information can be confirmed by press- Press 3 in main screen, and move to Ping menu. ing Up and Down key. Enter IP address of the server to send Ping, and press OK key.

  • Page 196

    • Detail of System Information Menu System Information Items Menu System Information Items SIP Settings User ID Menu Terminal URI Connecting Server Network Settings DHCP Mode 1st SIP Server Note1 IP Address Note1 2nd SIP Server Note1 Default Gateway Note1 3rd SIP Server Note1 Subnet Mask...

  • Page 197

    System Information Items Menu Terminal Infor- Hardware Version mation MAC Address Firmware Version Bottom option Side Option 1 Side Option 2 “(DHCP)” is indicated on the display when Note 1: the parameter is obtained from the DHCP server. (ex.) IP Address IP Address(DHCP) XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX Up Down...

  • Page 198: Web Programming

    ROGRAMMING Web Programming allows the user to configure the terminal settings of DT Series from the PC. The user use Internet browser to access Web Programming. It is not necessary to install any special application software onto the PC. TIP: This feature is only available for DT700 Sereies.

  • Page 199

    Follow the Steps to open the Web Proogramming. Start up Internet browser on the PC. Enter IP address of the target DT700 Series on the address toolbar and then press Enter key. Enter User Name and Password and then click button.

  • Page 201: To Enable/disable Off-hook Ringing

    TO ENABLE/DISABLE OFF-HOOK TO SET RINGING OF HEADSET RINGING The procedure below shows how to enable/disable the ringing of headset. The procedure below shows how to enable/disable Off- hook ringing. → STEP 1: From the Home sceen, click User Settting →...

  • Page 202: To Set Ringer Tone

    TO SET RINGER TONE STEP 4: The following dialog appears. Click but- The procedure below shows how to change the ringer ton on the dialog. tone for internal call and external call. → STEP 1: From the Home sceen, click User Settting →...

  • Page 203: To Set Illumination Pattern For Call Indication Lamp

    TO SET ILLUMINATION PATTERN FOR CALL INDICATION LAMP STEP 4: The following dialog appears. Click but- ton on the dialog. The procedure below shows how to set the illumination pattern for the Call Indicator Lamp. → STEP 1: From the Home sceen, click User Settting...

  • Page 204: To Enable/disable Rtp Alarm

    TO ENABLE/DISABLE RTP ALARM STEP 3: Click button to save the change to the database. The procedure below shows how to enable/disable RTP alarm. STEP 4: The following dialog appears. Click but- ton on the dialog. → STEP 1: From the Home sceen, click User Settting...

  • Page 205: To Enable/disable Dtmf Tone

    TO ENABLE/DISABLE DTMF TONE STEP 3: Click button to save the change to the database. The procedure below shows how to enable/disable STEP 4: The following dialog appears. Click but- RTP alarm. ton on the dialog. → STEP 1: From the Home sceen, click User Settting...

  • Page 206: To Set Key Touch

    TO SET KEY TOUCH The procedure below shows how to set Key Touch Tone. Key Touch Tone is a tone generated when the digit keys are pressed while DT Series is off-hook. → STEP 1: From the Home sceen, click User Settting →...

  • Page 207: To Set Music On Hold

    TO SET MUSIC ON HOLD The procedure below shows how to set Music on Hold to be heard by DT Series user. → STEP 1: From the Home sceen, click User Settting → Talk Hold Music. STEP 2: Select 1. Default when the default data (Menuet) is used as Music on Hold.

  • Page 208: To Set Prefix Number

    TO SET PREFIX NUMBER TIP: When prefix is added, up to 32 digits including The procedure below shows how to set Music on Hold the prefix can be sent as dial number. to be heard by DT Series user. → STEP 1: From the Home sceen, click...

  • Page 209: To Set Clock Format

    TO SET CLOCK FORMAT Determines whether time is displayed with a 12-hour or 24-hour clock format. → STEP 1: From the Home sceen, click User Settting → Display Time Format. STEP 2: Make a selection from the following list. Menu Item Meaning 1.

  • Page 210: To Enable/disable Volume Level Display

    TO ENABLE/DISABLE VOLUME ton on the dialog. LEVEL DISPLAY Determines whether or not to display the following volume levels: handset receiver volume, speaker volume, ringer tone volume and LCD contrast. → STEP 1: From the Home sceen, click User Settting →...

  • Page 211: To Enable/disable Backlight

    TO ENABLE/DISABLE BACKLIGHT STEP 4: The following dialog appears. Click but- The following explains how to enable/disable the ton on the dialog. backlights of LCD and digit keys. The backlights illuminate (for approximately 10 seconds) when the user presses any key or lift the handset.

  • Page 212: To Change Character Size

    TO CHANGE CHARACTER SIZE The following explains how to change the displayed character size on the LCD. → STEP 1: From the Home sceen, click User Settting → Display Font Size. STEP 2: Select either 1. Standard(16dot) or 2. Small(12dot) by clicking the corresponding radio button.

  • Page 213: To Set A Language

    TO SET A LANGUAGE STEP 3: Click button to save the change to the The following explains how to set a language to be database. displayed on LCD. STEP 4: The following dialog appears. Click but- → STEP 1: From the Home sceen, click User Settting...

  • Page 214: To Reset Telephone Settings

    TO RESET TELEPHONE SETTINGS The following explains how to clear the personal data of the telephone. → STEP 1: From the Home sceen, click User Settting → Display Setting Reset. STEP 5: When the data clear is complete, the follow- ing dialog appears.

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This manual also for:

Dt310, Dt710, Dt330

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