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Siemens HiCom 150 E Office Operating Instructions Manual

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Operating Instructions
Hicom 150 E
DTMF Telephones
Pulse Telephones
G281-0664-00

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  • Page 1 Operating Instructions Hicom 150 E DTMF Telephones Pulse Telephones G281-0664-00...
  • Page 2 These operating instructions describe only operations that are specific to your Hicom® 150 E Office (Release 2.0 and 2.2). All functions and operating proce- dures are described. The operations you can use depend on the individual class of service of your telephone and on the configuration of your system.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Hicom 150 E Office..................5 Symbols ...................... 5 Answering Calls ..................6 Making Calls ....................6 Reserve Trunk ....................6 Consultation Hold ..................7 Call Transfer ....................7...
  • Page 4 Accessing Other Functions Via Codes............9 Accepting a Waiting Call ................9 Accepting a Waiting Call ................9 Account Code .....................24 Account Code .....................24 Activate Door Opener function ..............31 Activate Door Opener function ..............31 Actuating Relays ..................28 Actuating Relays ..................28 Appointment Reminder ................30 Appointment Reminder ................30 Assign Station Number (Not for U.S.) ............26 Assign Station Number (Not for U.S.) ............26...
  • Page 5: Hicom 150 E Office

    Hicom 150 E Office You can use your telephone to access the functions of the Hicom 150 E Office communication system via codes. Symbols Symbol Meaning Lift the handset (off-hook). Speak. Replace the handset (on-hook). Press the specified keys. Press the consultation hold key, signal key, flash key (not applicable to pulse telephones).
  • Page 6: Answering Calls

    Answering Calls Your telephone rings Lift the handset. Speak. Making Calls Lift the handset. Internal: Dial the station number. External: Dial the external code and external number. Reserve Trunk Lift the handset. Dial the external code and external number. If configured, you can wait five seconds, until the busy signal stops, when an external line is busy and thus reserve this line for yourself.
  • Page 7: Consultation Hold

    Consultation Hold Initiating consultation hold (you are conducting a call) Press the key. Dial the number of the other party (internal/ Æ external dialing Conduct a consultation call (the first call is on hold. Ending consultation hold Press the key. Enter the code 0 or wait 2 seconds.
  • Page 8 You are engaged in a call and would like to announce and transfer it to a group of users with a speaker call (Release 2.2 and later) Press the key. Enter the code 8 0. Dial the group’s station number and an- nounce the call..
  • Page 9: Accessing Other Functions Via Codes

    Accessing Other Functions Via Codes Call Waiting Lift the handset. Dial the internal station number. If the party is busy, wait approximately five seconds. The party is then called. Accepting a Waiting Call You hear a bleep tone during a call Replace the handset (the current call is dis- connected).
  • Page 10: Do Not Disturb

    Preventing/Allowing Call Waiting Preventing call waiting Lift the handset. Enter the code #490. Allowing call waiting Lift the handset. Enter the code 490. Do Not Disturb Activating Lift the handset. If do not disturb is already activated, you hear a special dial tone. Enter the code 97 .
  • Page 11: Automatic Call Distribution (ucd)

    Automatic call distribution (UCD) Logging on at start of duty period Lift the handset. 4 0 1 Enter the code 401. Enter your personal group ID. Logging off at end of duty period Lift the handset. 4 0 1 Enter the code #401. Logging off temporarily (unavailable) Lift the handset.
  • Page 12 Requesting work time (wrap-up time) You have (or had) a UCD connection, before you replace the handset: 4 0 3 Enter the code 403. Logging back on after work time Lift the handset. 4 0 3 Enter the code #403. Activating UCD night answer Lift the handset.
  • Page 13: Associated Service

    Associated Service Activating and deactivating functions for other telephones. Do not disturb 97/#97 Call forwarding 13/#1 Advisory messages 69/#69 Reset all services #0 Send messages 68/#68 Night answer 44/#44 Caller ID suppression 86/#86 Call ringing group 81/#81 Hunt group/group call 85/#85 Relay on/off 90/#90...
  • Page 14: Associated Dialing

    Associated Dialing Dialing aid for another telephone Lift the handset. Enter the code 67 . Enter the internal station number of the party you want to reach. Enter the number of the destination station (external with external code, such as 0 or 9). Override Internal party called is busy Press the key.
  • Page 15: Reset All Services

    Room Monitoring (Baby Phone) Activating the telephone to be monitored Lift the handset. Place the handset next to the telephone. Enter the code Deactivating the telephone to be monitored Replace the handset. Activating the feature (room monitoring) Lift the handset of the telephone from which you are monitoring.
  • Page 16: Retrieving Message

    Speaker Call Lift the handset. Enter the code Dial the internal station number. Trace Call (only if requested from carrier, not for U.S.) You are conducting an external call Press the key. Enter the code Retrieving Message A message has been recorded for you Lift the handset.
  • Page 17: Sending A Message Text

    Sending a Message Text Sending Lift the handset. Enter the code Dial the internal station number. Select a text number (0 - 9) 0 = Please callback 1 = Someone is waiting 2 = Appointment 3 = Urgent call 4 = Do not disturb 5 = Fax waiting 6 = Dictation please 7 = Please come see me...
  • Page 18: Conference, Five-party

    Conference, Five-Party Initiating a conference (you are conducting Æ a consultation call, first call is on hold Press the key. Enter the code Extending the conference; you are Æ conducting another consultation call ( Press the key. Enter the code Leaving the conference Replace the handset.
  • Page 19: Speed Dial - Station (dtmf Telephones Only)

    Speed Dial - Station (DTMF Telephones Only) Storing Lift the handset. Enter the code Select a memory location ( You can write down the assignment in the ta- ble at the end of these operating instructions. Dial the external code and external number (wait five seconds).
  • Page 20: Dtmf Dialing (tone Dialing; Only For Pulse Phones)

    Release Trunk Lift the handset. Enter the code Enter the trunk number you want released. Toggle (between two parties) You are conducting a consultation call (a call is on hold) Press the key again. Enter the code You will be connected with the held party. and so on DTMF Dialing (Tone Dialing;...
  • Page 21: Log On Cmi Unit/ready To Log On (not For U.s.)

    Silent Monitor (U.S. Only) Lift the handset. 9 4 4 Enter the code 944. Dial the internal station number. Log On CMI Unit/Ready to Log On (Not for U.S.) Lift the handset. Enter the code 942. Enter the code (ask your system administra- tor for the code).
  • Page 22: Night Answer

    Night Answer Activating Lift the handset. Enter the code Enter the destination station within five sec- onds (internal station number). If you enter or make no entry, the default night answer is used. Deactivating Lift the handset. Enter the code #44.
  • Page 23: Park Call

    Park Call Parking a call (you are conducting a call) Press the key. Enter the code 5 6. Enter and make a note of the parking position (0 - 9). If the park position you have entered is already in use, a negative confirmation tone sounds.
  • Page 24: Account Code

    Radio Paging (Not for U.S.) Paging another person Lift the handset. Enter the code Enter the internal station number of the paged party. The paged party answers as follows: Lift the handset. Enter the code #45. Enter the internal station number of your own telephone;...
  • Page 25: Callback, Automatic

    Callback, Automatic Initiating callback (maximum of two; five in Release 2.2 and later): Party is busy or is not answering: Press the key. Enter the code The system or user calls you back automati- cally as soon as this party is available or has used his/her telephone again.
  • Page 26: Assign Station Number (not For U.s.)

    Assign Station Number (Not for U.S.) Lift the handset. Enter the code Enter the DID number. Enter the external code and external station number. Call Ringing Group Adding a number to the group (call ringing group on) Lift the handset. Enter the code Enter the internal station number of the tele- phone to be added to the group.
  • Page 27: Hunt Group/group Call

    Hunt Group/Group Call Joining hunt group Lift the handset. # 8 5 Enter the code Leaving hunt group Lift the handset. Enter the code #85. Accessing Other Functions Via Codes...
  • Page 28: Actuating Relays

    Actuating Relays Activating permanently or momentarily (check with System Support) Lift the handset. # 9 0 Enter the code Enter the required relay number (0 - 4). Deactivating Lift the handset. Enter the code #90. Enter the required relay number (0 - 4). Trunk Flash, Recall to Network You have set up an external call via an analog line...
  • Page 29: Station Cos Changeover (locking/unlocking Telephone)

    Station COS Changeover (Locking/Unlocking Telephone) Changeover on (locking - first define PIN) Lift the handset. Enter the code Enter your PIN. Changeover off (unlocking) Lift the handset. You hear a special dial tone. Enter the code # 66. Enter your PIN. Defining your PIN: (If you have forgotten your PIN, System Support can help you.
  • Page 30: Appointment Reminder

    Telephone Data Service You have established an external connection: Press the key. Enter the code Dial 0 - 9 or #0 - #9 and other suffix as neces- sary. Appointment Reminder Entering an appointment Lift the handset. Enter the code Enter the time as a four-digit number, such as 0905 for 9.05 h.
  • Page 31: Activate Door Opener Function

    Activate Door Opener function Door release on Lift the handset. Enter the code Enter the internal station number of the en- trance telephone. Enter five-digit code (default = 00000; consult System Support) and the type of door release (1=release with call, 2=release without call). Door release off Lift the handset.
  • Page 32: Call Pickup - Directed

    Call Pickup - Directed Picking up a specific call (another telephone rings) Lift the handset. Enter the code Dial the number of the ringing telephone. Call Pickup - Group A telephone in your call pickup group rings Lift the handset. Enter the code 57 .
  • Page 33: Call Forwarding

    Call Forwarding Forwarding internal/external calls Lift the handset. (If call forwarding is already activated, you hear a special dial tone.) Enter the code Internal destination: Enter the internal number. External destination: Possible if the system configuration allows. Enter the external code and external station number, then wait for a brief bleep tone.
  • Page 34: Msn Trunk Forwarding (only In A Multi-device Connection With Release 2.2 Or Later, Not For The U.s.)

    Deactivating call forwarding Lift the handset. (If call forwarding is already activated, you hear a special dial tone.) Enter the code # 1. MSN Trunk Forwarding (Only in a Multi-Device Connection with Release 2.2 or Later, Not for the U.S.) Activating Lift the handset.
  • Page 35: Central Cos Change

    Retrieve Line Call is on hold and has been parked on a line Lift the handset. Enter the code Enter the line number. Central COS Change Locking/Unlocking another telephone Lift the handset. Enter the code 943. Enter the station number. Enter the = Locking Enter the # = Unlocking...
  • Page 37: Meaning Of Functions

    Meaning of Functions A brief description of all possible functions is provided below. The functions you can use depend on the individual class of service of your telephone and on the configuration of your system. Æ Accepting a waiting call (call waiting) ( While a call is in progress you can answer a second call that is waiting.
  • Page 38 Æ Conference, five-party ( You can add additional parties to a call. Æ Consultation hold ( You can call a second party while engaged in a call. DISA (Direct Inward System Access) From an external location you can activate and deactivate functions in your system in the same way as an internal party.
  • Page 39 Æ Preventing/allowing call waiting ( You can prevent or allow a second call to be signaled by automatic call waiting while a call is in progress. Æ Radio paging (not for U.S., If paging equipment is connected to your system, you can contact people via their assigned pocket receivers.
  • Page 40 Æ Trace call (only if requested from the carrier, not for U.S., You can have the carrier identify malicious external callers. Æ Trunk flash ( If you want to use features such as consultation hold over analog lines, you must send a signal to the line before dialing the number. Æ...
  • Page 41: Overview Of Codes

    Overview of Codes Functions DTMF Pulse tele- tele- phones phones Accept waiting call (call waiting) 75 55 Call waiting on #490 76 490 Call waiting off 75 490 Account code 75 60 Appointment - entering 75 46 Appointment - deleting 76 45 Assign station number (not for U.S.) 75 41...
  • Page 42 Functions DTMF Pulse tele- tele- phones phones MSN trunk forwarding (only in multi-device con- nections with Release 2.2 and later, not for the U.S.) 75 64 # 64 76 64 Night answer on 75 44 Night answer off 76 44 Open door 75 61 Override...
  • Page 43 All analog telephones connected to the Siemens Hicom 150 E Office systems shall be hearing aid compatible and comply with the applicable FCC Rules, Part 68 and Industry Canada CS-03 Standard. 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.
  • Page 45: Speed Dial Destinations

    Siemens Information and Communication Networks, Inc. 4900 Old Ironsides Drive P.O. Box 58075 Santa Clara, CA 95052-8075 Siemens reserves the right to change specifications without notice. © Copyright Siemens Information and Communication Networks, Inc. 2000. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A. G281-0664-00...

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