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DT830/DT430/DT410
USER'S GUIDE
NWD-172904-001
ISSUE 3.0
2016 JANUARY

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  • Page 1 DT830/DT430/DT410 USER’S GUIDE NWD-172904-001 ISSUE 3.0 2016 JANUARY...
  • Page 2 NEC Corporation reserves the right to change the specifications, functions, or features, at any time, without notice. NEC Corporation has prepared this document for use by its employees and customers. The information contained herein is the property of NEC Cor- poration and shall not be reproduced without prior written approval from NEC Corporation.
  • Page 3 WARNING For Customers in Australia Telephone receivers produce magnetic fields that can attract small metallic objects such as pins or staples. To avoid injury, do not place the handset where such objects can be picked up.
  • Page 4 (SLA). The software contains certain third party open source soft- ware components which are provided under the terms and conditions designated at http://www.bcom.nec.co.jp/soft-license/DT800_OSS.html. The terms and conditions of SLA are not applied to such third party open source...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    INSTALLING/REMOVING LINE KEY CARD ........WALL MOUNTING ................3.TERMINAL SETUP SETUP WITH UP/DOWN KEY ............SETUP WITH FEATURE KEY ............SETUP WITH MENU KEY FOR DT830 SERIES ....... SETUP WITH MENU KEY FOR DT430 SERIES ....... 4.BASIC OPERATION TO LOGIN ..................TO LOGOUT ..................
  • Page 6 DISPLAY ENLARGED CHARACTERS ..........TO MAKE AN EXTERNAL CALL ............TO MAKE AN INTERNAL CALL ............TO ANSWER AN EXTERNAL CALL ..........TO ANSWER AN INTERNAL CALL ........... MULTILINE OPERATION ..............100 TO HOLD A CALL ................100 TO PLACE A CALL ON EXCLUSIVE HOLD ........101 TO TRANSFER A CALL ..............
  • Page 7 VOICE CALL ..................133 TO ANSWER A VOICE CALL Hands-Free ........134 AUTOMATIC INTERCOM..............134 MANUAL INTERCOM ................. 135 DIAL INTERCOM ................136 CONFERENCE ................. 137 TO SWITCH A CALL WITH TRANSFER KEY ........137 TO ANSWER A CAMPED-ON CALL ..........138 CALL WAITING - ORIGINATING............
  • Page 8 TO DELETE ALL DATA ..............207 TO DELETE SPECIFIC DATA ............208 7.CALL HISTORY OPERATION FOR DT830 SERIES ................210 TO VIEW CALL HISTORY ..............210 TO MAKE A CALL FROM CALL HISTORY ........211 TO ADD CALL HISTORY DATA TO DIRECTORY ......212 TO EDIT DIRECTORY DATA FROM CALL HISTORY ......
  • Page 9 TO DELETE ALL DATA ..............223 TO DELETE SPECIFIC DATA ............224 8.SPECIFICATIONS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS............225 MENU LIST MENU LIST FOR DT830 SERIES ............227 MENU LIST FOR DT430 SERIES ............238 WEB PROGRAMMING OUTLINE .................... 239 TO LOGIN................... 240 TO LOGOUT..................
  • Page 10: Introduction

    NTRODUCTION FACE LAYOUT DTZ-8LD-3 (DT430 Series) ITZ-8LD-3 (DT830 Series) Exit Help Exit Help Scroll Scroll Recall Feature Recall Feature Answer Answer Menu Menu Redial Redial Speaker HOLD Transfer Transfer Speaker HOLD...
  • Page 11 ITZ-8LDG-3 (DT830 Series) ITZ-24D-3 (DT830 Series) Exit Help Exit Help Scroll Recall Feature Recall Feature Answer Answer Menu Menu Redial Redial Speaker Transfer HOLD Transfer Speaker HOLD...
  • Page 12 DTZ-24D-3 (DT430 Series) ITZ-12D-3 (DT830 Series) Exit Help Exit Help Feature Recall Feature Recall Answer Answer Menu Menu Redial Redial Speaker HOLD Transfer Transfer Speaker HOLD...
  • Page 13 DTZ-12D-3 (DT430 Series) DTZ-6DE-3 (DT410 Series) Exit Help Exit Help Recall Feature Redial Conf Recall Feature Answer Answer Directory Message Menu Redial Transfer HOLD Speaker Speaker Transfer HOLD...
  • Page 14 DTZ-2E-3 (DT410 Series) Recall Feature Redial Conf Answer Directory Message Transfer HOLD Speaker...
  • Page 15: Keys And Parts

    KEYS AND PARTS (2) LCD LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) provides the terminal activity information plus date, time and Soft Key • KEYS AND PARTS ON ITZ-24D-3 Operation. Here explains keys and parts of DT Series taking ITZ- (3) Exit 24D-3 as an example. To exit Menu or Help mode and go back to the time display.
  • Page 16 Used to adjust LCD contrast, speaker/receiver vol- ume, and ringer volume. (11) Menu • LCD Contrast: To access the local menus of DT830 Series, such Press the UP/DOWN key while an idle as Call History, Directory or Terminal Setting. state.
  • Page 17 Note: A-law Countries [Europe, Australia, Russia, Latin (d) Enter America, Middle Near East, other Asian nations]: # DT830 Series/DT430 Series have a shortcut menu µ-law Countries [North America, Hong Kong, Tai- for frequently-used features. Use this key to dis- wan]:...
  • Page 18: Menu Key

    MENU KEY Main Menu for DT830 Series with XML application From Menu key, you can use various application History Portal features such as Directory and Call History. Directory To Display Menu List Service Setting STEP 1: Press Menu key while indicating the current time on LCD.
  • Page 19 Digit key Digit key Menu Item Description Menu Item Description to select to select To access external XML To display XML application 3 server. For details, please screen. This icon is displayed XML-3 contact the system when an XML application Service administrator.
  • Page 20: Simple Operation By Menu Key And Cursor Key

    SIMPLE OPERATION BY MENU KEY Main Menu for DT430 Series AND CURSOR KEY [Menu] By using Menu key and key, the terminal user can Call History access Call History, Directory and terminal settings Directory with simple operation. Settings Back As an example, the following operations show how to access the Directory menu.
  • Page 21: Shortcut Menu

    Shortcut Menu for DT430 Series Feature Description As shown in the figure below, DT830 Series and DT430 Series have a Shortcut Menu for frequently-used Missed Calls Access to history of Missed Call. features. You can access to Shortcut Menu by pressing key.
  • Page 22: Display

    DISPLAY Note: If two or more records exist, use or the UP/ The LCD of DT830 Series and DT430 Series display DOWN soft key to display the next/former Desktop Icons which provide notification when events records. (such as missed a call and a voice mail) occur.
  • Page 23  The Bluetooth word mark and logos are regis- tered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by NEC Corpora- tion is under license. Note: Power save mode can be set at installation. For details, please contact the system administrator.
  • Page 24: Programmable Feature Keys

    PROGRAMMABLE FEATURE KEYS MSG Wait: Press the key to leave a message waiting indication on These are examples of the terminal features available boss’ station from secretary’s station. by pressing the programmable keys. Some features using feature access code may be programmed by the no MSGwt: user.
  • Page 25: Function Key Activities

    Please note that following terminal settings (by Feature Feature + 1 = Turns microphone on or off. Key + Digit Key) cannot be used for DT830 Series. Feature + 2 = Adjusts handset receiver volume. Feature + 3 = Selects ringer tone.
  • Page 26: Soft Keys

    >>> Push >>> Exit Help 4:26 PM MON 11 MAY 2015 Note: For DT830 Series, eight digits characters are dis- CF-Busy CF-NoAns >>> played on the LCD. For other terminals, the soft key indication characters are displayed as six RINGING digits without a frame.
  • Page 27 BUSY CF-Busy/FDB (Call Forwarding - Busy Line) Permits a call to a busy station to be immediately BUSY 2000 forwarded to a predesignated station. 4:26 PM MON 11 MAY 2015 CallBack CallWait >>> CF-All/FDA (Call Forwarding - All Calls) Push >>> Permits all calls designated for a particular station to be routed to another station regardless of the busy or idle BUSY...
  • Page 28 MSG Wait/MWSET (Message Waiting - Set) Busy Out. Allows a station to set a Message Waiting indication or Flash/FLASH (Flash) lamp. Provides the station with a switchhook flash. CallHold/HOLD (Call Hold) CF-NoAns/FDN (Call Forward - No Answer) Permits a station user to hold a call in progress and to Permits a call to an unanswered station to be forwarded return to the previously held call.
  • Page 29 another line, to the existing two-party connection. Release/RLS (Release Key) Visitor/VISIT (Survivable Remote MGC) Allows you to release the current call when using the headset, without waiting for the party to hang up. Allows a station to indicate a status: when a user is in remote office, VISIT will be blinking.
  • Page 30: 8Ld Display

    8LD DISPLAY DTZ-8LD-3/ITZ-8LD-3/ITZ-8LDG-3 Time Indication Screen 8LD Display is available for DTZ-8LD-3, ITZ- (Indicates current time information, call information, and Soft Keys, etc.) 8LD-3, and ITZ-8LDG-3. DTZ-8LD-3/ITZ-8LD-3/ITZ-8LDG-3 These terminals provide 32 (8 keys x 4 pages 7:25 AM WED 13 MAY 2015 additional programmable keys) keys.
  • Page 31 (a) Icon (b) Programmable Key Information Programmable Key Information displays the fol- Status information on the Line key such as Call lowings. termination, Call Hold or Busy can be indicated as following Icons. Maximum Description digits to be displayed Flashing User Status Icon Pattern...
  • Page 32 (d) Programmable Key Indication Note: The following shows LCD indication of Program- The icon flashes during events such as call termi- nation to a line key or call back. mable keys. Example: Page Turning by Scroll Key 12345678 Flashing Page 1 Key No.
  • Page 33 No icons are displayed. * You can register name on each One-Touch Speed Dial key. For the procedures, see TO REG- ISTER NAME ON ONE-TOUCH SPEED CALLING KEY. When any features using feature access code are assigned. ■ CF-AllCalls Black square icons are displayed. * You can register name on each One-Touch Speed Dial key.
  • Page 34: Adjusting Angle Of Tilt Leg

    NSTALLATION ROCEDURE ADJUSTING ANGLE OF TILT LEG STEP 3: Turn the telephone set upside down again. DT830 DT430/410 • TO LOWER TILT LEG The angle of the tilt leg can be adjusted in four levels. STEP 1: Turn the telephone set upside down. Fourth Level STEP 2: While lifting the center of the stopper, push Third Level...
  • Page 35: Connecting Lan Cable

    CONNECTING LAN CABLE • TO CONFIRM THE ANGLE ADJUSTMENT DT830 Confirm that the tilt leg and the stoppter are joined correctly. If they are not joined correctly, join the STEP 1: Prepare 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX/ stopper's junction to the recessed point of the tilt leg. 1000BASE-T (8LDG only) cables (Straight) for connecting the telephone to network de- Recessed Points of Tilt Leg...
  • Page 36: Connecting Line Cord

    CONNECTING LINE CORD STEP 4: When an AC adapter is used to supply power to the telephone, connect the AC/DC adapter DT430/410 to the telephone as shown below. STEP 1: Insert a Line cord plug into the Line connector on the back of the telephone set until you To LAN To PC hear it click.
  • Page 37: Connecting Ac Adapter

    CONNECTING AC ADAPTER STEP 3: Lead the line cord out through the groove on the tilt leg as shown in the figure below. DT830 DT430 STEP 1: Insert the AC adapter plug into the connector of the AC adapter (AC-L UNIT) on the back of Line Cord telephone.
  • Page 38: Installing Directory Card

    INSTALLING DIRECTORY CARD INSTALLING/REMOVING LINE KEY CARD DT830 DT430/410 DT830 DT430/410 An optional directory card (also known as an • TO REMOVE KEY SET UNIT (LINE KEY abbreviated dialing table) can be attached to the PANEL AND LINE KEY CARD) telephone sets.
  • Page 39: Wall Mounting

    WALL MOUNTING • TO INSTALL KEY SET UNIT (LINE KEY DT830 DT430/410 PANEL, BUTTON PANEL, AND LINE KEY A wall mount unit (WM-L UNIT) is used to mount all CARD) telephones to the wall. This unit connects to the back side of the telephone.
  • Page 40 - When attaching WM-L UNIT to the wall step. directly: - In the case of DT830 Series: Go to Step 8 Secure WM-L UNIT with the six screws (in- after the LAN cable is connected to the tele- cluded with the telephone set) or hang WM-L phone.
  • Page 41 connector is attached directly on the wall or STEP 7: Fit the coiled cord through the groove on the the wall plate is used instead of modular ter- back of the telephone as shown in the figure minal, skip this step. below.
  • Page 42: Terminal Setup

    ERMINAL ETUP This chapter describes operating procedures for • TO ADJUST SPEAKER VOLUME terminal settings with the Up/Down ( ) key, Feature DT830 key and key. Menu DT430/410 Press the Up/Down ( ) key during an speaker phone Various terminal settings such as display, sounds, operation or during the call.
  • Page 43: Setup With Feature Key

    LED on key shows the status of the built-in microphone. For DT830 Series, an adjustment range of the LCD STEP 1: Press the soft key associated with the Mic on contrast is available in 2 types (Wide/Narrow). The type the LCD or press key.
  • Page 44 • TO ADJUST TRANSMISSION/RECEIV- • TO SELECT RINGER TONE DT430/410 ING VOLUME DT430/410 The terminal have 10 kinds of ringer tones that you can The handset volume can be changed. select. STEP 1: Press key. The LCD displays Feature STEP 1: Press key.
  • Page 45 • SELECT DIAL MODE • TO ACTIVATE HANDS-FREE DT430/410 DT830 DT430/410 To Set hands-free On: You can select one pattern from Normal, Dynamic Dial STEP 1: Press key. Feature Pad or Preset Dial to originate a call. The LCD displays: When only Dynamic Dial Pad is activated: HANDS FREE To Set/Reset Dynamic Dial Pad...
  • Page 46 When only Preset Dial is activated: When both Dynamic Dial Pad and Preset Dial are activated: To Set/Reset Preset Dial To Set Dial Mode STEP 1: Press key. The LCD displays: Feature STEP 1: Every time key are pressed, Feature Preset Dial the Dial Mode switches.
  • Page 47: Setup With Menu Key For Dt830 Series

    SETUP WITH MENU KEY FOR DT830 SERIES [User Setting] Incoming Call • TO ENABLE/DISABLE OFF-HOOK Talk RINGING Display The procedure below shows how to enable/disable Off- Change Password hook ringing Security Peripherals STEP 1: Display the Menu screen, and select Setting.
  • Page 48 • TO SET RINGING OF HEADSET STEP 5: To disable/enable the off-hook ringing, select Disable or Enable. The procedure below shows how to enable/disable the Select an item by one of the following operations. ringing of headset. • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft key, and then press or the OK soft key.
  • Page 49 STEP 3: Select Incoming Call. Select an item by either of the following operations. [Incoming Call] • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft Ring Volume key, and then press or the OK soft key. • Press key. Offhook Ring Headset Ring Ring Tone...
  • Page 50 • TO SET RINGER TONE [User Setting] The procedure below shows how to change the ringer Incoming Call tone for internal call and external call. Talk STEP 1: Display the Menu screen, and select Setting. Display Change Password Security STEP 2: Select User Setting.
  • Page 51 STEP 5: Select External Call when setting the ringer tone for external calls. Select Inter- [External Call] nal Call when setting the ringer tone for inter- Automatic nal calls. Tone Type 1 Select an item by either of the following operations. Tone Type 2 •...
  • Page 52 Note: Tone Type 1 to Tone Type 8: Frequency (Hz) In the preview function, each ringer tone sounds No. Menu Item Remarks continuously. Actual ringer pattern of each tone is determined by the initial system settings. Automatic 16Hz modulation Note: Terminal settings may not become effective, Tone Type 1 16Hz modulation...
  • Page 53 • TO SET ILLUMINATION PATTERN FOR CALL INDICATION LAMP [User Setting] The procedure below shows how to set the illumination Incoming Call pattern (color of Call Indicator Lamp). Talk Display STEP 1: Display the Menu screen, and select Setting. Change Password Security STEP 2: Select User Setting.
  • Page 54 STEP 5: Select External Call when setting the illu- • For DT830 Series mination pattern for external calls. Select [External Call] Internal Call when setting the illumination Automatic pattern for internal call. Disable Select an item by one of the following operations.
  • Page 55 • TO ENABLE/DISABLE RTP ALARM STEP 3: Select Talk. Select an item by either of the following operations. The procedure below shows how to enable/disable • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft RTP alarm. key, and then press or the OK soft key.
  • Page 56 • TO ENABLE/DISABLE DTMF TONE STEP 5: Select Automatic, Disable or able (see the following table). The procedure below shows how to enable/disable Select an item by either of the following operations. DTMF Tone. • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft key, and then press or the OK soft key.
  • Page 57 STEP 5: Select Automatic, Disable or able (see the following table). [User Setting] Select an item by either of the following operations. Incoming Call • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft Talk key, and then press or the OK soft key. Display •...
  • Page 58 • TO SET KEY TOUCH TONE [User Setting] The procedure below shows how to set Key Touch Incoming Call Tone. Key Touch Tone is a tone generated when the Talk digit keys are pressed while the terminal is off-hook. Display STEP 1: Display the Menu screen, and select Setting.
  • Page 59 • TO SET MUSIC ON HOLD STEP 5: Select Automatic, No Tone, Tone Voice. The procedure below shows how to set Music on Hold Select an item by either of the following operations. to be heard by the terminal user. •...
  • Page 60 STEP 3: Select Talk. STEP 5: Select a desired Music on Hold. You can pre- Select an item by either of the following operations. • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft view the designated Music on Hold. key, and then press or the OK soft key.
  • Page 61 • TO SET CALENDAR FORMAT STEP 3: Select Display. Select an item by either of the following operations. The following explains how to set the time display • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft pattern on the LCD. key, and then press or the OK soft key.
  • Page 62 STEP 5: Select Calendar Format. Menu Item Meaning Select an item by either of the following operations. Type 5 7:25AM MON 23 MAR • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft key, and then press or the OK soft key. Note: Default setting is Automatic.
  • Page 63 • TO SET TIME FORMAT STEP 3: Select Display. Select an item by either of the following operations. Determines whether time is displayed with a 12-hour or • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft 24-hour clock format. key, and then press or the OK soft key.
  • Page 64 STEP 6: Make a selection from the following list. Note: For SV9500 V1, Time Format is displayed Select an item by either of the following operations. instead of Calendar Format. Select Time Format • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft and go to Step 6.
  • Page 65 • TO ENABLE/DISABLE VOLUME LEVEL DISPLAY [User Setting] Determines whether or not to display the following Incoming Call volume levels: handset receiver volume, speaker Talk volume, ringer tone volume and LCD contrast. Display Change Password STEP 1: Display the Menu screen, and select Setting. Security Peripherals STEP 2: Select...
  • Page 66 • TO SET SCREEN SAVER STEP 5: Make a selection from the following list. Select an item by either of the following operations. Screen Saver works after the telephone is in an idle • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft state for a certain period of time.
  • Page 67 STEP 3: Select Display. STEP 4: Select Screen Saver. Select an item by either of the following operations. Select an item by either of the following operations. • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft key, and then press or the OK soft key.
  • Page 68 • TO ENABLE/DISABLE BACKLIGHT STEP 6: Select either Disable or Enable. Select an item by one of the following operations. The following explains how to enable/disable the • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft backlights of LCD and digit keys. key, and then press or the OK soft key.
  • Page 69 STEP 5: Make a selection from the following list. Select an item by either of the following operations. [User Setting] • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft Incoming Call key, and then press or the OK soft key. Talk •...
  • Page 70 • TO CHANGE CHARACTER SIZE [User Setting] The following explains how to change the displayed Incoming Call character size on the LCD. Talk Display STEP 1: Display the Menu screen, and select Setting. Change Password STEP 2: Select User Setting. Security Select an item by either of the following operations.
  • Page 71 • TO SET A LANGUAGE STEP 5: Select either “Standard (16dot)“ or “Small (12dot)“. The following explains how to set a language to be Select an item by either of the following operations. displayed on LCD. • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft key, and then press or the OK soft key.
  • Page 72 STEP 3: Select Display. STEP 4: Select Language Select an item by either of the following operations. Select an item by either of the following operations. • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft key, and then press or the OK soft key.
  • Page 73 • TO CHANGE PASSWORD 0:Telephony Server side’s language setting is applied. To change an existing password, follow the procedure 1:Japanese below. This password is used for the following 2:NEC English 3.NEC Portuguese occasions. 4:NEC Spanish 5:NEC French 6:German • To lock/unlock the telephone.
  • Page 74 STEP 3: Select Change Password. STEP 5: Enter the new password and then press Select an item by either of the following operations. or the Set soft key. • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft [Change Password] key, and then press or the OK soft key.
  • Page 75 • TO SET USABILITY STEP 7: When the password entry completes suc- cessfully, the display changes as follows. The procedure below shows how to set the operation of Press or the OK soft key. the Help key while pop-up window is displayed. STEP 1: Display the Menu screen, and select Setting.
  • Page 76 STEP 3: Select Usability. STEP 4: Select Help Key Mode. Select an item by one of the following operations. Select an item by one of the following operations. • Touch panel operation. • Touch panel operation. • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft •...
  • Page 77 • TO RESET TELEPHONE SETTINGS STEP 5: Select a desired mode of Help key. Select an item by one of the following operations. • Touch panel operation, and press or the OK soft The following explains how to clear the personal data key.
  • Page 78 STEP 3: Select Setting Reset. STEP 5: Press or the OK soft key to clear the per- Select an item by either of the following operations. sonal data of the telephone. • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft key, and then press or the OK soft key.
  • Page 79 • TO DOWNLOAD A FILE [Setting] The DT830 Series user can download files for Music on User Setting Hold, Ringer Tone and Directory. When downloading these files, the terminal needs to be connected FTP/ Download TFTP server. Data Backup/Restore ...
  • Page 80 STEP 5: Select a protocol used by the server which stores the download file. [Download Menu] Select an item by either of the following operations. Download Files • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft Download Address key, and then press or the OK soft key.
  • Page 81 STEP 12:The display goes back to the FTP Settings Note: For details on character entry method, see screen. Select Folder. TO INPUT CHARACTERS in Chapter 4 Basic Select the item by either of the following operations. Operation. • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft key, and then press or the OK soft key.
  • Page 82 STEP 14:The display goes back to the FTP Settings screen. Press or the Back soft key to dis- [Download Address] play the Download Menu screen. ‘*‘For‘.‘ [FTP Settings] Back User ID After entering the IP address, press or the OK Password soft key.
  • Page 83 STEP 18:Select a file to be downloaded. STEP 20:The default file name will be displayed. - When downloading a file for Music on Hold, the When downloading a : Select Hold Music and go default file name is “MOH.wav”. file for Music on Hold to STEP 20.
  • Page 84 LCD displays “Downloading...” first “Directory.csv.ef”. and then “Saving...”. [Directory] Note: Be sure not to turn OFF the DT830 Series while “Saving...” is displayed on the LCD. Input a file name. Directory.csv.ef NoEnc Cancel Exec Note: If you change the encrypted file into the unen- crypted file, press the NoEnc soft key.
  • Page 85 STEP 23:After the downloading process is complete, the display changes as follows: The DT830 Series user can backup personal settings of the terminal to the FTP/TFTP server. To back up the setting data, the terminal needs to be connected to the Download Complete! FTP/TFTP server.
  • Page 86 [Protocol] [Setting] User Setting Download TFTP Data Backup/Restore Menu  Back STEP 4: Select Protocol. STEP 6: The display goes back to the Backup/Re- Select an item by either of the following operations. store screen. • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft When FTP is selected here, go to STEP...
  • Page 87 STEP 8: Select User ID. Select an item by either of the following operations. [FTP Settings] • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft User ID key, and then press or the OK soft key. Password • Press key.
  • Page 88 STEP 15:Select Server Address. Select an item by either of the following operations. [FTP Settings] • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft User ID key, and then press or the OK soft key. Password • Press key. Folder Back [Backup/Restore]...
  • Page 89 When changing the default file name, press the BK soft key once to delete the default file name Note: Be sure not to turn OFF the DT830 Series while and then enter a new file name by using the digits “Saving...” is displayed on the LCD.
  • Page 90 • TO RESTORE PERSONAL SETTINGS STEP 20:After the data backup is complete, the display changes as follows: The DT830 Series user can restore the personal settings of the terminal. To download the backup file to the telephone, the terminal needs to be connected to Upload Complete! FTP/TFTP server.
  • Page 91 STEP 3: Select Data Backup/Restore. STEP 5: Select a protocol used by the server which Select an item by either of the following operations. stores the backup file. • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft Select an item by either of the following operations. key, and then press or the OK soft key.
  • Page 92 STEP 7: Select FTP Settings. Select an item by either of the following operations. [User ID] • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft Input a user ID. key, and then press or the OK soft key. • Press key.
  • Page 93 STEP 11:Enter the password by using digit keys, then [Folder] press or the OK soft key. Input a folder name. [Password] Input a password. Back Note: For details on character entry method, see Back TO INPUT CHARACTERS in chapter 4 Basic Operation.
  • Page 94 STEP 15:Select Server Address. store screen. Select Data Restore. Select an item by either of the following operations. Select an item by either of the following operations. • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft key, and then press or the OK soft key.
  • Page 95 “Downloading...” first and then “Sav- The power to FTP/TFTP ing...”. server or network Turn on the power. Note: Be sure not to turn OFF the DT830 Series while equipment is OFF. “Saving...” is displayed on the LCD. LAN cable is Reconnect the cable disconnected.
  • Page 96: Setup With Menu Key For Dt430 Series

    SETUP WITH MENU KEY FOR [Settings] DT430 SERIES Ring Volume • TO CHANGE RINGER TONE VOLUME Off Hook Ring The procedure below shows how to change the volume Back Light of ringer tone. Headset Peripherals Back STEP 1: While indicating the current time on LCD, press Menu key to open the Menu screen.
  • Page 97 • TO ENABLE/DISABLE OFF-HOOK RINGING [Settings] The procedure below shows how to enable/disable the Ring Volume off-hook ringing. Off Hook Ring Back Light STEP 1: While indicating the current time on LCD, Headset press key to open the Menu screen. Menu Peripherals Then, select...
  • Page 98 • TO ENABLE/DISABLE BACKLIGHT [Settings] The following explains how to enable/disable the Ring Volume backlights of LCD and digit keys. Off Hook Ring The backlights illuminate (for approximately 10 Back Light seconds) when you press any key or lift the handset. Headset Peripherals STEP 1: While indicating the current time on LCD,...
  • Page 99 • TO SET RINGING OF HEADSET [Settings] The procedure below shows how to enable/disable the Ring Volume ringing of headset. Off Hook Ring Back Light STEP 1: While indicating the current time on LCD, Headset press Menu key to open the Menu screen. Then, select Settings.
  • Page 100: Basic Operation

    ASIC PERATION This chapter describes the following basic operation of DT Series. • TO LOGIN • TO LOGOUT • DISPLAY ENLARGED CHARACTERS • TO MAKE AN EXTERNAL CALL • TO MAKE AN INTERNAL CALL • TO ANSWER AN EXTERNAL CALL •...
  • Page 101: To Login

    TO LOGIN STEP 4: If the login code is accepted, display changes DT830 to a normal idle state. STEP 1: When the login mode is activated, the tele- phone prompts for Login ID and Password. Ken Kobus [31313 ] 7:25 AM MON 11 MAY 2015 Login ID : NoDist >>>...
  • Page 102: To Logout

    TO LOGOUT DISPLAY ENLARGED CHARAC- DT830 TERS DT830 STEP 1: Press the preassigned Logout Feature key on the terminal. This feature enables to display characters height as a double height size for the terminal information on the Note: The following soft key location is an example. LCD.
  • Page 103: To Make An External Call

    Directory, the corresponding name information can switch the characters displayed to double height will be displayed on LCD of DT830 Series while you size in the order of "Enlarged Characters (2nd line)" → are hearing a ringback tone or are engaged in a con- "Enlarged Characters (3rd line)"...
  • Page 104 STEP 3: Dial desired telephone number. • When the dialed number is not registered in Personal Di- rectory (while hearing a ringback tone) Dialed Code Elapsed Time + Number Dialed Code + Number 00:05 9XXXXXXXXX 9XXXXXXXXX 1:25 PM MON 11 MAY 2015 NoDist >>>...
  • Page 105: To Make An Internal Call

    31314 Directory, the corresponding name information is dis- MARY HARRIS played on the LCD of DT830 Series while you are >>> hearing a ringback tone or are engaged in a conversa- tion. According to the initial settings, the display may differ from the following examples.
  • Page 106: To Answer An External Call

    Note: Personal Directory Name Display function is can make/answer a call via this line. Usually, My available only for DT830 Series. Line is seized automatically only by lifting the handset or pressing the Speaker key. STEP 1: You hear the ringing tone. Call indicator flash- es red while hearing ring tone.
  • Page 107 • When caller ID is not received • When the caller ID is not received Trunk Trunk Elapsed Trunk Trunk Number Type Time Type Number 00:05 1:25 PM MON 11 MAY 2015 1:25 PM MON 11 MAY 2015 NoDist >>> NoDist >>>...
  • Page 108: To Answer An Internal Call

    STEP 3: Lift the handset to answer the call. sonal Directory, the corresponding name information is displayed on the LCD of DT830 Series while you are (while in a conversation) hearing a ringing tone or are engaged in a conversa- tion.
  • Page 109: Multiline Operation

    MULTILINE OPERATION TO HOLD A CALL DT830 DT430/410 DT830 DT430/410 STEP 1: Press key. The held line key wink HOLD You can answer an incoming call to the other station to flashes. press the MULTILINE key (which is preassigned the Held Station Number other station number).
  • Page 110: To Place A Call On Exclusive Hold

    TO PLACE A CALL ON EXCLUSIVE Note: Exclusive Hold excludes any other phone from HOLD DT830 DT430/410 picking up your held call. Exclusive Hold shows as a flashing green LED on your phone. The same line on other phones appears as a solid red STEP 1: Press key twice.
  • Page 111: How To Input Characters

    HOW TO INPUT CHARACTERS DT830 Here explains how to enter characters on the text input screen such as Name or User ID, etc. • Character Entry Mode When entering characters from the telephone set, the following three modes are available: uppercase alphabetic character, lowercase alphabetic character and numeric character.
  • Page 112 To display the Sub Menu screen, press the Help key or Option soft key while the text input screen is displayed. Also, the following operations are available from the Sub Menu screen. SubMenu Change-word Word-case Word-width Delete Copy Paste Space Return Overwrite/Insert ...
  • Page 113 • Character Code List <Character Code For English (1/2)> DIGIT CASE 10th 11th 12th 13th SHIFT [SP]...
  • Page 114 <Character Code For English (2/2)> 10th  11th 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th 20th & Note1 21th 22th 23th 24th 25th 26th 27th 28th 29th 30th < > Used as a case shift key. Shifts the characters between alphabetic and numeric. Note1 Note1: keys are the same for Russian, Turkish and other Languages.
  • Page 115 <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...
  • Page 116 <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] Note: keys are the same for English. Refer to the <Character Code For English (2/2)>.
  • Page 117 <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...
  • Page 118 <Number Code> DIGIT CASE 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th SHIFT & ‘ Used as a case shift key. Shifts the characters between alphabetic and numeric. Note: When entering password, “0-9”, “*” and “#” are available. “#” is entered by pressing key.
  • Page 119 • Character Entry Method STEP 3: Press or the OK soft key on the Sub Menu to go back to text input screen. As an example of character entry method, the fol- lowing shows how to enter “Ken Kobus”. [Name] Input a name.
  • Page 120 STEP 6: Press the Help key or Option soft key to dis- STEP 8: Press key twice to enter “K”. play Sub Menu screen, and then select Word-case to switch the text input mode [Name] from lowercase to uppercase. Input a name. SubMenu Option Back...
  • Page 121 • To Overwrite Characters STEP 10:Press or the OK soft key on the Sub Menu to go back to text input screen. STEP 1: Place the cursor at the left of the characters [Name] to be overwritten. Input a name. [Name] Ken K Input a name.
  • Page 122 STEP 4: Enter new words over existing characters. In SubMenu this example, “F” is entered. Change-word Word-case [Name] Word-width Input a name. Delete Copy ABFDE Option Back Paste Space • To Copy and Paste Characters Return STEP 1: While characters which you want to copy are Overwrite/Insert displayed, the Help key or Option soft key.
  • Page 123 STEP 4: Place the cursor at the end point of the target STEP 6: On the Sub Menu screen, select Paste characters and then press the End soft and then press or the OK soft key. (or key. press key.) SubMenu [Copy] Change-word...
  • Page 124: Security Mode

    Security mode pressing the Security • To Lock the Telephone key. For details, contact the system administrator. Before placing DT830 Series in Security mode, you can set a password. For details on the password setting, TO CHANGE PASSWORD in chapter 3 Terminal Security lock will be released.
  • Page 125 STEP 3: When DT830 Series is placed in Security STEP 2: Enter the password and then press or the mode, Security Lamp lights red and the OK soft key. Security Lamp is extinguished screen saver will be activated. and Security Mode is canceled.
  • Page 126: Emergency Call

    EMERGENCY CALL STEP 2: Dial an emergency telephone number by DT830 pressing digit keys(0-9, *, #). You can make a call to a predetermined emergency telephone number while the telephone is locked (in Note: Emergency telephone number needs to be set in Security mode).
  • Page 127: Xml Application

    XML APPLICATION • To switch XML applications DT830 From the menu screen displays XML application icons, DT830 has an XML browser function. You can display XML applications can be switched. the information of XML application installed in an external server onto the LCD of DT830 and use various STEP 1: Press key to display the menu screen.
  • Page 128 • To exit XML applications Note: If you do not operate anything for 10 seconds While an XML application screen is displayed, press after an error message is displayed, the trial of Exit key to exit the application. After the XML launching the new application is automatically application is exited, the icons of the running canceled.
  • Page 129: Screen Pop-Up

    SCREEN POP-UP DT830 When you receive an incoming call while an application [User Setting] screen (History, Directory, or XML application) is Incoming Call displayed, you can suspend the application and answer Talk the incoming call. Display Change Password • To set the screen pop-up function Security STEP 1: Press key to display the menu screen.
  • Page 130 STEP 5: Select a desired mode of the Help key. STEP 2: To open the pop-up screen and confirm in- Select an item by one of the following operations. coming call number, when you set Help Key • Highlight an item by using or the UP/DOWN soft Mode as Sub Menu, press key to dis-...
  • Page 131: To Originate A Call Using Selective Dialing

    EATURE PERATION TO ORIGINATE A CALL USING Preset Dial DT830 DT430/410 SELECTIVE DIALING Note: DTZ-2E-3 is not supported. (DYNAMIC DIAL PAD, PRESET DIAL) STEP 1: Enter desired telephone number (Digit keys 0-9, *, and #). Dynamic Dial Pad DT830 DT430/410 STEP 2: The dialed number appears on the top of LCD.
  • Page 132: To Originate A Call Using Speed Calling

    TO ORIGINATE A CALL USING SPEED Note: To program a hook switch for transfer or feature CALLING activation, press key as first digit. (! dis- Recall (ONE-TOUCH SPEED CALLING KEYS) plays on LCD.) DT830 DT430/410 Note: To program a pause, press the key as Recall any digit other than the first digit.
  • Page 133: To Register Name On One-Touch Speed Calling Key

    1 A D STEP 3: Enter desired name on the keypad. H K N Q U @ & Display indicates the name entered. NEC BNET ’ >>> STEP 4: Press the Set soft key to save the name. 1:25 PM...
  • Page 134 EUROPEAN CHARACTER (UPPERCASE) EUROPEAN CHARACTER (LOWERCASE) DIGIT DIGIT     H K N Q U À È Ì Ñ Ù à è ì ñ ù   Á É Í Ò Ú á é í ò ú Â Ê Î...
  • Page 135: To Originate A Call Using Speed Calling - Station/Group

    TO ORIGINATE A CALL USING TO ORIGINATE A CALL USING SPEED CALLING - STATION/GROUP SPEED CALLING - SYSTEM DT830 DT430/410 DT830 DT430/410 Note: When Redial feature is enabled at installation, To Program Speed Calling – System Key Last Number Redial feature and Speed Calling (On One-Touch Speed Calling Key) features using (Redial) key are not available.
  • Page 136: One-Touch Speed Calling Setting Using Spd Set Key

    ONE-TOUCH SPEED CALLING To Operate From Speed Calling – System SETTING USING SPD SET KEY STEP 1: Press the “Speed Calling – System” key. DT830 DT430 You can add, edit, or delete a One-Touch Speed XXXX Calling key using a programmable Line/Feature key or 1:25 PM MON 11 MAY 2015 a SPD Set key.
  • Page 137 To Replace the Existing Data Assigned to STEP 4: Press the Regist key. The following message a the One-Touch Speed Calling Key with appears for 3 seconds. New Data Using SPD Set Key Entry is added! 1:25 PM MON 11 MAY 2015 STEP 1: Press the SPD Set key.
  • Page 138: To Edit The Registered Data

    TO EDIT THE REGISTERED DATA Note: During the registration operation, pressing any DT830 DT430 other key (Exit, SPD Set, or Cnl) cancels the set- ting. In that case, the terminal operates in accor- To Enter the Phone Number dance with the pressed key. STEP 1: Locate the cursor (underscore) with LEFT/ Note: When you receive an incoming call on the...
  • Page 139 To Enter Pause To Delete the Entered Character STEP 1: Place the cursor (underscore) in front of the STEP 1: Press the Pause soft key (this soft key is dis- desired character (in this example, “2” is de- played pressing >>> soft key twice). leted) with LEFT/RIGHT soft key (these soft keys are displayed pressing >>>...
  • Page 140 To Delete the Number of One-Touch Speed To Switch the Registering One-Touch Calling Keys Using SPD Set Key Speed Calling Keys Using SPD Set Key STEP 1: Press the SPD Set key. STEP 1: Press the SPD Set key. 1:25 PM MON 11 MAY 2015 1:25 PM MON 11 MAY 2015...
  • Page 141: Account Code

    ACCOUNT CODE FORCED ACCOUNT CODE DT830 DT430/410 DT830 DT430/410 To Enter Speaker STEP 1: Lift the handset or press key, receive Speaker STEP 1: Lift the handset or press key, receive a dial tone. a dial tone. STEP 2: Enter the feature access code, receive a ser- STEP 2: Enter the feature access code, receive a ser- vice set tone.
  • Page 142: Voice Call

    Using Soft Key STEP 5: Dial the desired number. STEP 1: Lift the handset. STEP 6: If an “Authorization Code” is required, the caller hears a special dial tone. STEP 2: Dial the desired station number; the VOICE soft key appears while the station is ringing. STEP 7: Enter “Authorization Code”, or call will be de- nied.
  • Page 143: To Answer A Voice Call Hands-Free

    TO ANSWER A VOICE CALL AUTOMATIC INTERCOM HANDS-FREE DT830 DT430/410 DT830 DT430/410 To Initiate STEP 1: Receive an incoming Voice Call. Speaker STEP 1: Lift the handset or press key. STEP 2: Press the Mic soft key or key. An LED lights.
  • Page 144: Manual Intercom

    MANUAL INTERCOM To Bridge Into An Automatic Intercom Call Note: Bridging is an optional feature. DT830 DT430/410 To Initiate STEP 1: Press the AICM key, lift the handset or press STEP 1: Press the MICM key, lift the handset or press Speaker key.
  • Page 145: Dial Intercom

    DIAL INTERCOM To Bridge Into A Manual Intercom Call DT830 DT430/410 To Initiate Note: Bridging is an optional feature. Speaker STEP 1: Lift the handset or press the key. STEP 1: Press the MICM key, lift the handset or press STEP 2: Press the DICM key.
  • Page 146: Conference

    CONFERENCE To Bridge Into A Dial Intercom Call DT830 DT430/410 STEP 1: With a call in progress, press key and Transfer Note: Bridging is an optional feature. dial desired number. STEP 1: Press the DICM key, lift handset or press STEP 2: After call is answered, press the Conf.
  • Page 147: To Answer A Camped-On Call

    TO ANSWER A CAMPED-ON CALL CALL WAITING - ORIGINATING DT830 DT430/410 DT830 DT430/410 To Program Call Waiting Key (On One- STEP 1: While engaged in a call, receive the camp-on Touch Speed Calling Key) indication (one short tone burst). LED of key flashes.
  • Page 148 Using Soft Key STEP 4: The Call Waiting tone is sent to busy station. STEP 1: Dial the desired station and receive a busy Called station tone. number STEP 2: Press the CallWait soft key receive a call C WAIT 2000 waiting ringback tone.
  • Page 149: Call Park

    CALL PARK Using Soft Key DT830 DT430/410 STEP 1: Hear burst of tone Display indicates “C WAIT” To Program Call Park Key (On One-Touch Answer key flashes. Speed Calling Key) STEP 2: Press key receive call waiting tone. Answer STEP 1: Press key.
  • Page 150: Call Pick-Up (Group)

    CALL PICK-UP (GROUP) To Retrieve A Parked Call From Originating Station DT830 DT430/410 STEP 1: Dial the “Call Park” local retrieval code. When Station Within Pick-up Group Rings STEP 2: A Station user is connected to parked call. STEP 1: Lift the handset. STEP 2: Press the CALL PICK-UP or dial the “Call Elapsed time Pick-up”...
  • Page 151: Call Pick-Up (Direct)

    CALL PICK-UP (DIRECT) OUTGOING TRUNK QUEUING DT830 DT430/410 DT830 DT430/410 To Program Pick- up Direct Key (One- If Trunk Is Busy Touch Speed Calling Key) STEP 1: Receive Trunk Busy indication. Press the STEP 1: Press key. Feature CALL BACK key, Call is placed in queue for STEP 2: Press the One-Touch Speed Calling key.
  • Page 152: Executive Override

    EXECUTIVE OVERRIDE Note: Override may be programmed by the Telephony Server administrator for one of the Programma- DT830 DT430/410 ble feature keys, or may be programmed on a One-Touch Speed Calling key by storing the If Called Station Is Busy Recall and Override access code.
  • Page 153: Redial

    REDIAL To Delete the One Call History Data of Outgoing Call DT830 DT430/410 STEP 1: Press (Redial) key. A last number dialed Note: When Redial feature is enabled at installation, is displayed. Last Number Redial feature and Speed Calling features using (Redial) key are not available.
  • Page 154: Last Number Redial

    To Delete the All Call History Data of To Recall Last Number Dialed Outgoing Call STEP 1: Press (Redial) key. The last number di- STEP 1: Press (Redial) key. A last number dialed aled is displayed. is displayed. LNR[ ]/SPD[_ _] –X Redial XXXXXX...
  • Page 155: Call Forwarding - All Calls

    CALL FORWARDING - ALL CALLS Using Soft Key STEP 1: Press the CF-All soft key. Receive a special DT830 DT430/410 tone. To Set STEP 2: Dial the destination; wait for a service set Speaker STEP 1: Press key. Receive a dial tone. tone.
  • Page 156: Call Forwarding - Busy Line

    CALL FORWARDING - BUSY LINE To Cancel Speaker STEP 1: Press key. Receive a dial tone. If can- DT830 DT430/410 celing for another station, press the MULTI- To Set LINE APPEARANCE feature key. Speaker STEP 1: Press key. Receive a dial tone. STEP 2: Press the FWD key or dial “Call Forwarding –...
  • Page 157 Using Soft Key To Cancel Speaker STEP 1: Press the CF-Busy soft key. Receive a spe- STEP 1: Press key. Receive a dial tone. If can- cial dial tone. celing for another station, press MULTILINE APPEARANCE feature key. STEP 2: Dial the destination; wait for a service set STEP 2: Press the FWD-BY key or dial “Call Forward- tone.
  • Page 158: Call Forwarding - Don't Answer

    CALL FORWARDING - DON’T ANSWER Using Soft Key STEP 1: Press the CF-NoAns soft key. Receive a spe- DT830 DT430/410 cial dial tone. To Set STEP 2: Dial the destination; wait for a service set Speaker STEP 1: Press key. Receive a dial tone. tone.
  • Page 159: Logged Out Ip Station - Call Destination

    LOGGED OUT IP STATION - CALL To Cancel DESTINATION Speaker STEP 1: Press key. Receive dial tone. If can- DT830 celing for another station, press MULTILINE To Set APPEARANCE feature key. Speaker STEP 1: Lift handset or press key. STEP 2: Press the FWD-NA key or dial “Call Forward- STEP 2: Press the CFLogout key or dial “Logged Out ing - Don't Answer”...
  • Page 160 To Verify (Only For Terminal with LCD) Using Soft Key Speaker STEP 1: Press “Logged Out IP Station – Call Destina- STEP 1: Lift the handset or press key; receive tion” feature key lit red or press the CFLo- a Dial Tone. gout soft key.
  • Page 161: Call Back

    CALL BACK DT830 DT430/410 Note: Call Back may be programmed by the Telephony Server administrator on a Programmable feature If Called Station is Busy key or by the user on a One-Touch Speed Call- STEP 1: Press the CALL BACK key. Receive a ser- ing key.
  • Page 162: To Leave A Message

    TO LEAVE A MESSAGE Using Soft Key STEP 1: Press the Save&Rep key. The number is DT830 DT430/410 stored in memory. Speaker STEP 1: Press key. Receive a dial tone. STEP 2: The Save&Rep key’s LED lights. STEP 2: Dial the desired station number. Encounter To Verify (Only For Terminal With LCD) no answer or busy condition.
  • Page 163: To Answer A Message

    TO ANSWER A MESSAGE To Erase STEP 1: To erase a message without returning the DT830 DT430/410 call, press the MSG key to display the desired To Display message. STEP 1: The MSG key’s LED is lit. The station is an STEP 2: Dial # or while the message displays.
  • Page 164: Voice Mail System

    VOICE MAIL SYSTEM MEET-ME PAGING DT830 DT430/410 DT830 DT430/410 To Set Example: Station A can page Station B. When Station B dials STEP 1: Press key. Feature answer code, they are connected. STEP 2: Press key. Message (Enter) To Page (Station A) STEP 3: Dial the desired “Voice Mail System”...
  • Page 165: Paging Transfer

    STEP 1: Station B dials “Paging” answer code, and is Note: Paging function can not be supported with IP connected with Station A. Station A announc- enabled DT830 Series. es call. PAGING TRANSFER Stations A and B each display the other’s number...
  • Page 166: Boss/Secretary Transfer

    BOSS/SECRETARY TRANSFER If Station A hung up STEP 1: Station B dials “Paging” answer code. Station DT830 DT430/410 A rings. Secretary Stations A and B each display STEP 1: Lift the handset, press the boss’s ringing line. the other’s number, flashing Ask the calling party to hold.
  • Page 167: Boss/Secretary - Mw Lamp Control

    BOSS/SECRETARY - MW LAMP Note: The secretary can hang up after taking a mes- CONTROL DT830 DT430/410 sage, and set a message lamp at any time by going off-hook on the boss’ multiline and press- ing the MSG Wait key. To Set MW at Boss’s Station Pattern1: To Cancel At Boss’s Station...
  • Page 168: Boss Secretary Override

    BOSS SECRETARY OVERRIDE Boss’ station number DT830 DT430/410 C WAIT 2000 Example: 1:25 PM MON 11 MAY 2015 Station 2000 is boss, Station 2001 is secretary. Boss is connected to Trunk A. Boss Incoming call on Trunk B connects to secretary, but is intended for boss.
  • Page 169: Do Not Disturb

    DO NOT DISTURB STEP 3: Secretary hears a reorder tone, hangs up. DT830 DT430/410 STEP 4: Boss can alternate between the two parties While an Idle State (On Hook) by pressing key. Answer STEP 1: Press the NoDist key. LED lights. Option 3 NoDist SET STEP 1: If boss does not respond to 3 bursts of tone,...
  • Page 170: Call Redirect

    CALL REDIRECT Using Soft Key DT830 DT430/410 STEP 1: Station A sets Call Forward-Don’t Answer to Example: Station B. Station A views on the terminal display the Station STEP 2: Station C dials Station A, it rings and displays Number or Caller ID of an Incoming Call and imme- Station C’s number on the display.
  • Page 171: Privacy

    PRIVACY Using Soft Key DT830 DT430/410 STEP 1: Station B calls Station C. While Off-Hook STEP 2: Station C answers the call and transfers it to STEP 1: Press the NoDist key. LED lights. Station A and then releases the call. STEP 2: Privacy feature prevents interruptions for the STEP 3: Station A rings.
  • Page 172: Privacy Release

    PRIVACY RELEASE To Cancel STEP 1: Press the NoDist key. LED goes out. DT830 DT430/410 Example: PRIVACY CANCEL 1:25 PM MON 11 MAY 2015 Station B is engaged in a conversation, and allows Station A to enter the call in progress. –...
  • Page 173: Phonebook

    PHONEBOOK STEP 2: Station A presses the line appearance of Sta- DT830 DT430/410 tion B. There are two types of Phonebook features: Local WAIT Priv.Rel? Phonebook and System Phonebook. 1:25 PM MON 11 MAY 2015 Note: This feature is available for the terminal with LCD.
  • Page 174 STEP 2. To Search And Make a Call If Local Phonebook is disabled, the display Example: To Search For “NEC BNET”. changes as follows. In that case, select System and go to STEP 3.
  • Page 175 Number: XXXXXXX1 DOWN More >>> : Taro(JapanSumida) Name Number 34567890123456789 STEP 5: The registered Phonebook data for “NEC More >>> BNET” appears. From this screen, you can (Display area) make a call by going off-hook or pressing Name: Suzuki Taro(JapanSumida) Speaker key.
  • Page 176 STEP 2: Press the Local soft key. To Add New Data Example: Phonebook Station A registers “NEC” as new name and its Local Telephone Number. STEP 3: Local Phonebook screen appears. Press the STEP 1: Press the P.Book soft key or (Directory) Add soft key.
  • Page 177 To delete an entered digit, press or the Clr  >>> soft key. STEP 3: Enter a name (in this example, “NEC” is en- STEP 6: “NEC” and its telephone number has been tered) and then press OK soft key. or the added into Local Phonebook.
  • Page 178 Search: NEC Name: NEC ABIKO Number: XXXXXXXX1 DOWN More >>> STEP 5: The registered data for “NEC BNET” ap- pears. From this screen, you can make a call Speaker by going off-hook or pressing key. Search: NEC Name: NEC BNET...
  • Page 179 To Edit An Entry STEP 5: Enter “use” by using digit keys. After the mod- ification has completed, press or the Example: soft key. To Modify Name “Home” to “House” and Telephone Press key twice to enter “u”. Number “0123456789” to “0123456712”. Press key four times to enter “s“.
  • Page 180 “89”. STEP 1: Press “>>>” soft key twice while the target Phonebook data is displayed. Name: House Number: 01234567 Search: NEC ABIKO Name: NEC ABIKO Number: 0123456789 STEP 8: Enter “12” by pressing digit keys and then More >>>...
  • Page 181 To Add A Prefix To Telephone Number Note: To delete an entered digit, press or the Clr The procedure shown below is available in Local soft key. Phonebook. Example: STEP 4: The prefix is added in front of the telephone To add a prefix “0184”...
  • Page 182 Available Characters In Local Phonebook LOWERCASE CHARACTER Digit The following tables show available characters in Local Code Phonebook. w SP * UPPERCASE CHARACTER Digit Code à è ì ñ ù T W SP * á é í ò ú â ê...
  • Page 183: Call History

    Also, this Call History feature can store On the Menu screen, select History (for up to 32 digits of dial number and 16 characters of DT830 Series)/ Call History (for DT430 name information per record. Series) and then press or the OK soft key.
  • Page 184 To Make A Call With Prefix STEP 3: Press or the UP/DOWN soft key to display a desired history data. STEP 1: Press “>>>” soft key while the history data to which you want to add a prefix. 12:55 PM MON 11 MAY 2015 BBBBB 1:03 PM MON 11 MAY 2015...
  • Page 185 To Delete A Specific Data STEP 4: If the call history data has name information, the name is displayed as follows: STEP 1: Press “>>>” soft key while the history data which you want to delete is displayed. Name :AAAAA Number :01234531300 1:03 PM MON 11 MAY 2015...
  • Page 186 Press the OK soft key to go back to the above display. Entry NG (over) STEP 2: Enter a desired name and then press the OK soft key. (In this example, “NEC ABIKO” is entered.) Add name: NEC ABIKO >>>...
  • Page 187: To Add New Data

    Directory feature is available for DT830 Series This chapter explains about Personal Directory function only. DT430/DT410 Series does not support the of DT830 Series. By using Personal Directory function, directory feature. you can make a call with simple operation. STEP 2: Select Personal.
  • Page 188 STEP 3: Select Edit. [Edit] Select an item by either of the following operations. [Edit] • Highlight an item by using or UP/DOWN soft key, Name Name and then press or OK soft key. • Press key. Group Tel #1 [Directory] Tel #2 Search...
  • Page 189 STEP 6: The display goes back to the Edit screen. Se- [Group Select] lect Group. Default Select an item by either of the following operations. • Highlight an item by using , and then press Colleagues or OK soft key. VIPs •...
  • Page 190 and then press or Next soft key. • Press key, and then press or Next soft [Edit] key. In this example, Company is selected. Ken Kobus Colleagues [Category] Tel #1 Company Tel #2 Mobile Tel #3 Voice Mail Tel #4 Home Company Name Others...
  • Page 191 STEP 11:Select either Disable or Enable. Select an item by one of the following operations. [Edit] • Highlight an item by using or UP/DOWN soft key, and then press or OK soft key. Ken Kobus • Press key, and then press or OK soft Colleagues key.
  • Page 192 STEP 14:The display goes back to the Edit screen. Se- lect Ring Tone. [Ring Tone] Select an item by either of the following operations. Automatic • Highlight an item by using , and then press Default or OK soft key. •...
  • Page 193 STEP 16:The display goes back to the Edit screen. Se- • For DT830 Series lect Illumination. [Illumination] Select an item by either of the following operations. Automatic • Highlight an item by using , and then press or OK soft key.
  • Page 194 STEP 18:The display goes back to the Edit screen. Check the memory number assigned to the [Memory ID] directory data being edited. Input a memory number. 0-499 [Edit] Back Ken Kobus STEP 20:When the display goes back to the Edit Colleagues screen, press Save soft key to save the as- 31300...
  • Page 195: To Change Group Name

    TO CHANGE GROUP NAME DT830 [Group] STEP 1: Open the Directory screen (see TO ADD Default DATA). Colleagues VIPs STEP 2: On the Directory screen, select Group Family Setting. Friends Select an item by either of the following operations. Group 6 •...
  • Page 196 STEP 5: Enter a new group name. Enter a group name by using digits keys. After entering the group name, press or OK soft key. [Group Name Set] Input a group name. Default Option Back Note: Up to 32 characters can be entered as a group name.
  • Page 197: To Find Registered Data

    TO FIND REGISTERED DATA [Search] DT830 Group Name • To Search by Group Name Tel Number STEP 1: Open the Directory screen (see TO ADD Others DATA).  Back STEP 2: Select Search on the Directory screen. STEP 4: Select a target group. Select an item by either of the following operations.
  • Page 198 STEP 5: Select a target name by pressing [Detail] In the following Directory (Name List) screen, you can make a call to the selected party by Ken Kobus pressing or Call soft key. If two or more tele- Colleagues phone numbers are assigned to an entry, a top 31300 priority telephone number will be dialed.
  • Page 199 • To Search by Name STEP 4: Enter a target name. After entering the name, Press or OK soft key. STEP 1: Open the Directory screen (see TO ADD DATA). [Name] Input a name. STEP 2: Select Search. Select an item by either of the following operations. •...
  • Page 200 STEP 5: Select a target name by pressing (Up/down- cursor) [Detail] In the following Directory (Name List) screen, Abe Kentaro you can make a call to the selected party by Colleagues pressing or Call soft key. If two or more tele- 31300 phone numbers are assigned to an entry, a top 0800XXXXXX...
  • Page 201 • To Search by Telephone Number STEP 4: Enter a target telephone number. After entering the number, press or OK soft STEP 1: Open the Directory screen (see TO ADD key. DATA). STEP 2: Select Search. [Tel Number] Select an item by either of the following operations. Input a Telephone number.
  • Page 202 STEP 6: To display the detailed data for a specific name, press Detail soft key while the name is highlighted. Note: If two or more telephone numbers are assigned to an entry, a top priority telephone number is automatically selected when the Detail screen appears.
  • Page 203 • To Search by Memory ID STEP 4: Select Memory ID. Select an item by either of the following operations. STEP 1: Open the Directory screen (see TO ADD • Highlight an item by using or UP/DOWN soft key, DATA). and then press or OK soft key.
  • Page 204 STEP 6: Select a target name by pressing (Up/down- cursor) [Detail] In the following Directory (Name List) screen, Abe Kentaro you can make a call to the selected party by Colleagues pressing or Call soft key. If two or more tele- 31300 phone numbers are assigned to an entry, a top 0800XXXXXX...
  • Page 205 • To Search by Category STEP 4: Select Category. Select an item by one of the following operations. STEP 1: Open the Directory screen (see TO ADD • Highlight an item by using or UP/DOWN soft key, DATA). and then press or OK soft key.
  • Page 206 STEP 6: Select a target name by pressing In the following Directory (Name List) screen, [Detail] you can make a call to the selected party by Abe Kentaro pressing or Call soft key. If two or more tele- Colleagues phone numbers are assigned to an entry, a top priority telephone number will be dialed.
  • Page 207 • To Search by Company Name STEP 4: Select Company. Select an item by either of the following operations. STEP 1: Open the Directory screen (see TO ADD • Highlight an item by using or UP/DOWN soft key, DATA). and then press or OK soft key.
  • Page 208 [Detail] STEP 6: Select a target name by pressing In the following Directory (Name List) screen, Abe Kentaro you can make a call to the selected party by Colleagues pressing or Call soft key. If two or more tele- 31300 phone numbers are assigned to an entry, a top 0800XXXXXX priority telephone number will be dialed.
  • Page 209 • To Search by Alphabet STEP 4: Select Alphabet. Select an item by either of the following operations. STEP 1: Open the Directory screen (see TO ADD • Highlight an item by using or UP/DOWN soft key, DATA). and then press or OK soft key.
  • Page 210 Note: If there is no entry corresponding to the group of [Alphabet] alphabets, "No data" is issued on the screen. STEP 7: To display the detailed data for a specific name, press Detail soft key while the name is highlighted. PQRS Note: If two or more telephone numbers are assigned...
  • Page 211: To Make A Call From Directory

    TO MAKE A CALL FROM DIRECTORY Note: If multiple telephone numbers are registered to a DT830 target party, a call is made to the first priority tele- phone number. Note: While Directory screen is being displayed, you • To Make a Call from Detail Screen cannot make a call by dialing a telephone num- ber.
  • Page 212: To Add Prefix To Number

    TO ADD PREFIX TO NUMBER STEP 2: Select a target telephone number and then DT830 make a call. • To Set Prefix Select a target telephone number by pressing or UP/DOWN soft key, and then press or Call When making a call, a prefix can be added to tele- soft key to make a call to the selected number.
  • Page 213 [Prefix] [Incoming Call] Prefix 1 Incoming Call Talk Prefix 2 Prefix 3 Display  Back Change Password Security STEP 6: Enter a prefix by using the digit keys. Peripherals Usability After entering the prefix, press or OK soft key. Config [Prefix 1] ...
  • Page 214 • To Add Prefix When Making A Call SubMenu Prefix STEP 1: Display the Name List screen for a target party (see TO FIND REGISTERED DATA). Delete One Delete All [Directory] Edit Abe Ichiro Cancel  Abe Jiro Abe Kentaro STEP 4: Predetermined prefixes are displayed.
  • Page 215: To Edit Directory Data

    STEP 4: On the Edit screen, the detailed data for the Detail Option Back Call selected name is displayed. Modify the nec- STEP 2: Select a target name and display Sub Menu. essary data by referring to TO ADD NEW DA- Select a target name by pressing...
  • Page 216: To Delete All Data

    TO DELETE ALL DATA play changes as follows: DT830 STEP 1: Open the Directory screen (see TO ADD [Directory] DATA). Deleted. STEP 2: Select Delete All. Select an item by either of the following operations. • Highlight an item by using , and then press or OK soft key.
  • Page 217: To Delete Specific Data

    TO DELETE SPECIFIC DATA DT830 SubMenu Prefix STEP 1: Display the Name List screen for a target party (see TO FIND REGISTERED DATA). Delete One Delete All [Directory] Edit Abe Ichiro  Cancel Abe Jiro STEP 4: The following confirmation message appears. Abe Shintaro Press or OK soft key to delete the appro-...
  • Page 218: Call History Operation

    This chapter explains the Call History feature of the terminal. By using Call History, you can make a call with simple operation. Call History feature allows the telephone to register up to 50 records (for DT830 Series)/10 records (for DT430 Series) into its memory. If exceeding 50 records/10 records, a record will be deleted in order of occurrence.
  • Page 219: 7.1 For Dt830 Series

    7.1 FOR DT830 SERIES soft key to display the next/former records. [Incoming] TO VIEW CALL HISTORY DT830 11/MAY/2015 (MON) 11:00 Ken Kobus STEP 1: Display the Menu screen, and select History. 7205 Option  Back STEP 2: Select a kind of calls.
  • Page 220: To Make A Call From Call History

    TO MAKE A CALL FROM CALL HIS- STEP 2: On the above screen, press Help key or Op- tion soft key to display the following Sub TORY DT830 Menu. Note: While the history data is displayed, you cannot SubMenu make a call by dialing a telephone number. Call (CASE 1) Directory Add...
  • Page 221: To Add Call History Data To Directory

    TO ADD CALL HISTORY DATA TO SubMenu DIRECTORY DT830 Call Directory Add STEP 1: Display call history data of a target telephone Prefix number (see TO VIEW CALL HISTORY). Delete One The following is an example when history data of Delete All an Incoming Call is displayed.
  • Page 222 key. [Category] [Priority Flag] Company Disable Mobile Enable Voice Mail Home  Prev Others STEP 6: The following Edit screen is displayed.  Back Next “31312” has been registered to Tel #1. Selectable categories are as follows: “TO ADD NEW DATA”...
  • Page 223: To Edit Directory Data From Call History

    TO EDIT DIRECTORY DATA FROM CALL HISTORY SubMenu DT830 Call STEP 1: Display call history data of a target telephone Directory Add number (see TO VIEW CALL HISTORY). Prefix The following is an example when history data of Delete One an Incoming Call is displayed.
  • Page 224 [Directory Search] [Directory] Group Abe Kentaro Name Kimura Tel Number Ken Kobus Others Back  Back Note: If there is no corresponding data, "No data" will be displayed on LCD. STEP 5: Select a group. In this example, Colleagues is selected. STEP 7: Select a registration destination.
  • Page 225 STEP 8: Select a Category to which the telephone number belongs. [Priority Flag] In this example, Company is selected. Disable Select an item by either of the following operations. • Highlight an item by using or UP/DOWN soft key, Enable and then press or OK soft key.
  • Page 226: To Delete All Data

    TO DELETE ALL DATA STEP 4: After all history data is deleted, the display DT830 changes as follows. Press or OK soft key. STEP 1: Display the Menu screen, and select History. [Delete History] STEP 2: Select All Delete. All History data has been deleted. Select an item by either of the following operations.
  • Page 227: To Delete Specific Data

    TO DELETE SPECIFIC DATA DT830 Note: By selecting Delete All, all records of Incom- ing Call can be deleted. STEP 1: Display call history data of a target telephone STEP 3: The following confirmation message appears. number referring to TO VIEW CALL HISTO- Press or OK soft key to delete the appro- priate history data.
  • Page 228: 7.2 For Dt430 Series

    To view the history of outgoing calls. press key to open the Menu screen. Menu [Call History] Note: This feature is for DT830 Series and DT430 Incoming Calls: 3 Series. The following is an example of LCD dis- play of DT430 Series. Outgoing Calls: Indicates the...
  • Page 229 STEP 5: To view the telephone number of the caller, press [Incoming Calls] 10. 11 MAY 13:17 09012345678 Back Note: If two or more records exist, use to display the next/former records (or pressing an appropri- ate digit key). For example, press “0” key to dis- play the tenth record.
  • Page 230 • TO VIEW DATA OF MISSED CALL ONLY STEP 3: The history data of the last received call is displayed. If name information of the caller STEP 1: While indicating the current time on LCD, exists, the name is displayed as follows: press key to open Shortcut screen.
  • Page 231: To Make A Call From Call History

    TO MAKE A CALL FROM CALL HIS- TORY DT430 • FOR DT430 SERIES STEP 1: Display the call history data of the target tele- phone number (see TO VIEW CALL HISTO- RY). The following is an example when the history data of an incoming call is displayed.
  • Page 232: To Delete All Data

    TO DELETE ALL DATA STEP 3: Press Del soft key. The display changes as DT430 follows: STEP 1: Select Call History on the Menu screen. Select an item by either of the following operations. [Incoming Calls] • Highlight an item by using , and then press or OK soft key.
  • Page 233: To Delete Specific Data

    TO DELETE SPECIFIC DATA DT430 STEP 1: Display the call history data which you want to delete (see TO VIEW CALL HISTORY). The following is an example when the history data of an incoming call is displayed. [Incoming Calls] 10. 11 MAY 13:17 Ken Kobus Back STEP 2: Press Del soft key.
  • Page 234: Specifications

    PECIFICATIONS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS The following shows the technical specifications of DT430/DT410 Series. 24D/12D 24-digit x 3-line Display (LCD) 168 × 58 dot multi display 168 × 58 dot None Display Color Monochrome (with no shades of gray) Character on LCD Characters supported by Multilingual Display Key data is displayed on LCD.
  • Page 235 The following shows the technical specifications of DT830 Series. 8LD/8LDG 24D/12D Display (LCD) 224 x 96 dot multi display 224 x 96 dot Display Color Gray scale (with 8 shades of gray) Key data is displayed on LCD. Programmable Key...
  • Page 236: Menu List

    MENU LIST FOR DT830 SERIES Menu Item Description With a Home URL registered. Menu Press to display the Menu screen. Menu Select this option to view Call History data. Also, you can add the history data History to the directory.
  • Page 237 Menu List For History Menu Item Description Default Value History 1 Missed Select this option to view the history of missed calls. You can also make a call from this menu. 2 Outgoing Select this option to view the history of outgoing calls. You can also make a call from this menu.
  • Page 238 Sub Menu Press Option soft key or Help key while the history data is displayed. Menu Item Description Default Value SubMenu Select this option to make a call to the currently displayed party. Call 2 Directory Add Select this option to add the currently displayed history data to the personal directory.
  • Page 239 Menu List For Directory Menu Item Description Default Value Directory Directory  From Menu screen, select Personal. 1 Personal Select this option to view the Directory controlled by the tele- phone. 1 Search Select this option to search the personal directory. 1 Group Select this option to specify a group as a search condition.
  • Page 240 Menu Item Description Default Value 3 Group Setting Select this option to change a group name. 1. Default 2. Colleagues 3. VIPs Select a desired group name to be changed. 4. Family 5. Friends 6. Group 6 - 20. Group 20 1 Name Select this option to enter a new group name.
  • Page 241 Menu List For Setting Menu Item Description Default Value Setting 1 User Setting Select this option to make the user setting of the terminal. 1 Incoming Call Select this option to set up for incoming call. 1 Ring Volume Not used. 2 Offhook Ring Select this option to specify whether to use Off-hook ringing.
  • Page 242 Menu Item Description Default Value Note 1 Select this option to set up for LCD display. 3 Display 1 Calender Format Select this option to set up for calender display format and time display format. 1 Calender Format Select this option to configure the type of calender display Automatic format.
  • Page 243 Menu Item Description Default Value 6 Language Select this option to specify the language to be displayed on LCD. Automatic * “23. Simplified Chinese” and “24. Traditional Chinese” are available since SV9500 V3, and the terminal firmware ver- sion 4.0.0.0 or later.
  • Page 244 Menu Item Description Default Value 7. Advanced Sets other data for display. 1.Backlight Fade Sets whether Backlight Fade Control is in service, when Enable Control turning on/off the backlight of the display. (Disable/Enable) 4 Change Password Select this option to change the password to lock/unlock the 0000 telephone.
  • Page 245 Menu Item Description Default Value 7. Usability Select this option to set the operation of Help key while pop- up window is displayed. 1.Help Key Mode Select this option to set up Help Key Mode (SubMenu/Popup SubMenu Window) 0 Setting Reset Select this option to reset the telephone settings.
  • Page 246 Menu Item Description Default Value 3 Data Backup/Restore Select this option to set the data required for the file backup/ restore. 1 Data Backup Select this option to select this option to specify the file name PersonalData.t to be backed up. 2 Data Restore Select this option to specify the file name to be restored.
  • Page 247: Menu List For Dt430 Series

    MENU LIST FOR DT430 SERIES Menu Item Description Menu key while indicating the current time on LCD. Menu Press Select this option to view call history data. Call History PHONE- Select this option to access Phonebook feature. For details, see Directory BOOK in chapter 5.
  • Page 248: Web Programming

    This feature is only available for DT830 Series. Note: DT830 Series and Web Programming PC needs to be connected to the same network. When downloading the files for Music on Hold, Ringer Tone, and Directory to the terminal, FTP (TFTP server) is required on the network.
  • Page 249: To Login

    PC. STEP 2: Enter IP address of the target DT830 Series on the address toolbar and then press Enter key. STEP 3: The Web Programming Login screen appears. Enter a user name (type “USER”) and a password, then click...
  • Page 250 STEP 4: The following Web Programming Home screen appears.
  • Page 251: To Logout

    TO LOGOUT Follow the steps below to exit the Web Programming. Logout STEP 1: Click at the lower left of the screen. STEP 2: The confirmation message appears. Click to log out of Web Programming.
  • Page 252 Back STEP 3: The display changes as follows. Click STEP 4: After the Web Programming Login screen is displayed, close the Internet browser. Note: Make sure to perform the logout operation after the data setting of the telephone. Note: When 10 minutes have passed leaving the PC without operation after log in to Web Programming, you are forcibly logged out from the Web Programming.
  • Page 253: How To Operate

    As an example of setting method on the Web Programming, the following explains how to change the ringer tone for external call. Web Programming includes the same menu configuration as “Setting” of DT830 Series terminal. For details on each menu item, see MENU LIST.
  • Page 254: Appendix A Option Devices

    Bluetooth Connection between DT830 Series/DT430 Series Adapter (BCA-Z UNIT) to a terminal (DT830 Series/  Bluetooth device. DT430 Series), the terminal can work in combination For details of the Connect key lamp status, see the with smart devices (Tablets, mobile phones, etc.) that table below.
  • Page 255 • To enable Bluetooth feature phone STEP 1: Press the Connect key several seconds (from three or more seconds to less than DT830 Series/DT430 Series and a mobile phone  eight seconds) when the Bluetooth  can be connected through Bluetooth...
  • Page 256 • Automatic Connection  STEP 1: Be sure to confirm that Bluetooth Note: If the connection process between DT830 Series/ connection is ON (the Connect key lamp DT430 Series and the mobile phone is performed lights red).  during pairing mode, the Bluetooth...
  • Page 257: Terminal Mode

    • Manual Connection  STEP 1: Be sure to confirm that Bluetooth For DT830 Series/DT430 Series, there are two types of connection is ON (The Connect key terminal mode called “Wired Telephone” mode and lights red). “Mobile Phone” mode. The terminal starts up on “Wired STEP 2: Press the Connect key less than 3 Telephone”...
  • Page 258 minal is in Wired Telephone Mode. When Path The flashing periods of Path key are as follows. key lights or flashes green, the terminal is in Mobile Phone Mode. 250ms 500ms 750ms 1000ms For details of the Path key lamp status, see the Flashing table below.
  • Page 259 Type 1, according the specifications of each mobile the call may be on the DT830 Series/DT430 phone. Choose the mobile phone answer Series. mode corresponding to the mobile phone in use.
  • Page 260: Other Features

    However, when you replace the handset on DT830 Series/DT430 Series, the music will stop. STEP 3: Press the volume key to adjust the sound volume.
  • Page 261: Appendix B Headset Operation

    APPENDIX B HEADSET OPERATION ATTACHING THE HEADSET • TO CONNECT THE HEADSET STEP 1: Insert the modular plug into the HEADSET Note: The Headset key must be programmed in connector on the back of the telephone until it advance. For the programming of the Headset clicks.
  • Page 262: Terminal Operation Using The Headset

    TERMINAL OPERATION USING THE STEP 4: Press the Headset key to end the call, and HEADSET the Headset key turns off. The following procedure explains how to operate a ter- Note: To switch to handset mode, lift the handset and minal using the headset.
  • Page 263: Adjusting Headset Ringer Tone Volume

    ADJUSTING HEADSET RINGER Note: When you receive another call during a call TONE VOLUME through the headset, the ringer tone volume for other lines in headset mode can be set to the You can adjust the ringer tone volume for a headset in same level as the normal two-way call.

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