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Casio SA-400 Owner's Manual

4-line system telephone with speakerphone and call waiting caller id.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

INITIAL SETUP
Important Safety Instructions ...................... 3
Packing List ................................................. 4
System Defaults ........................................... 4
Display & LED Indication .......................... 4-5
Buttons & Indicators ................................ 4
Line Status Indicator ................................ 5
Station Status Indication .......................... 5
Important Features ...................................... 5
Creating Your Unique System ................... 6-8
Identifying Existing Wiring ....................... 6
System ..................................................... 6
System Communication ........................... 6
Square Configuration ............................... 6
Private Line Support ............................. 7
System Phones .................................... 7
Planning Your System .............................. 8
Installation Chart ...................................... 8
Install Your SA-400 System ......................... 9
Phone Installation .................................... 9
the Data Port ........................................ 9
Quick Setup .......................................... 10-11
Setting the Time & Date ......................... 10
Installation Checklist .............................. 11
Setting the Time & Date ............................. 12
Setting a Private Line ................................. 13
Setting Automatic Answer ......................... 13
Setting the Outside Line ............................. 14
Setting the Area Code ................................ 14
Always Ring ............................................... 15
Ringer Volume ........................................... 16
Handset Volume ........................................ 16
Speakerphone/Intercom Volume ................ 16
Headset Volume ......................................... 16
Autodial Information .................................. 17
Autodial Card ......................................... 17
Autodial .................................................. 17
Entering Autodial Records ......................... 18
Editing Autodial Entries ............................. 19
Autodial Pause ........................................... 19
Setting the Flash Duration ......................... 20
Caller ID ..................................................... 21
Saved ..................................................... 22
Auto Attendant ........................................... 23
Transferring Operation ............................... 24
Turning Auto Attendant On ........................ 24
Turning Auto Attendant Off ........................ 24
Off Hook Options ....................................... 25
Headset Operation .................................. 25
Speakerphone Operation ........................ 25
Call Duration Time .................................. 25
Answering Calls .................................... 26-28
Line Selection ........................................ 26
Automatic Line Selection ........................ 26
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Non-Square Configuration - Autodial Pause ... 19 Private Line Support ... 7 Programming Auto Intercom Keys ... 20 Using Other Telephones with the SA-400 Setting the Flash Duration ... 20 System Phones ... 7 Planning Your System ... 8 Installation Chart ... 8 Install Your SA-400 System ...
  • Page 2: Important Safety Instructions

    E. If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged. F. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance. 13. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
  • Page 3: Packing List

    To purchase any of the items listed above, please see ACCESSORIES on page 52. SYSTEM DEFAULTS Once initial setup is complete, the SA-400 is ready to use with the following program defaults. Programming each of the settings below needs to be done at each station:...
  • Page 4: Creating Your Unique System

    SA-400 system without the SA-400 station releasing privacy. An SA-400 can access a call that the standard telephone is on after the standard phone has been on a line for atleast 7 seconds. For more information on call privacy, see page 34.
  • Page 5: Planning Your System

    10. Plug one end of the coiled handset cord into the handset. Plug the other side of the coiled cord into the outlet on the left side of the SA-400 base with the icon of a handset below. Place the handset in the cradle.
  • Page 6: Quick Setup

    The station ID will appear in the display to indicate the station is in use. Dial the telephone number for line 2. The LINE INDICATOR for line 2 should flash red. If the line indicator, for the line you called, does not flash, check to make sure lines are correctly installed.
  • Page 7: Programming The Telephone

    3 and/or 4. More than one station can share a private line. CONFIGURE THE LINE CORDS OF YOUR SA-400 INTO THE TELEPHONE LINES YOU WANT TO USE and follow the programming steps below.
  • Page 8: Setting The Outside Line

    If you must dial 10 or 11-digits when dialing from your area, leave the area code setting at 000. The SA-400 will prompt you to choose between 7, 10, or 11-digit dialing each time you make a caller ID call.
  • Page 9: Programming The Volume

    PROGRAMMING AUTODIAL Each SA-400 in the system can store up to 20 autodial numbers. Ten 16-digit numbers can be accessed with the autodial key and ten additional entries using the lower register key followed by the autodial key.
  • Page 10: Entering Autodial Records

    “ PROGRAM to exit. When programming numbers in autodial, a two-second pause can be inserted to use with telephone banking, long distance or PBX services. When a pause needs to be included in an autodial entry, Press HOLD PAUSE A “...
  • Page 11: Programming Auto Intercom Keys

    PROGRAMMING AUTODIAL PROGRAMMING AUTO INTERCOM The eight keys in the middle of the SA-400 are programmed to intercom with stations 11 through 18. However, you can change the settings to intercom any station connected to the system. Press PROGRAM Press want to program appears in the display.
  • Page 12: Selecting Which Caller Id Records Are Saved

    SELECTING WHICH CALLER ID RECORDS ARE SAVED If you subscribe to any caller ID service, caller ID data will be displayed on the SA-400’s LCD when the call is received. The save feature allows you to decide which displayed records will be saved in SA-400 memory.
  • Page 13: Transferring Operation

    *12 now. ” TURNING AUTO ATTENDANT ON Only one station in the system can be designated as the auto attendant. An SA-400 can not be an auto attendant. When auto attendant is turned on at a station, the AUTO ATTENDANT INDICATOR will light on all stations common to line 1.
  • Page 14: Answering Calls

    (if available) of the caller will appear in the display within the first two rings. When the phone rings and the LINE INDICATOR rapidly flashes: Using the Handset, Lift the handset. The SA-400 will automatically answer the first ringing line. To hang up, return the handset to the cradle. TELEPHONE OPERATION...
  • Page 15: Answering A Call On Another Line During A Conversation

    Return the handset to the cradle to end the call. NOTES: If you have programmed your local area code into the SA-400 before using this feature, then the SA-400 will not prompt you for different dialing options. See “Setting the Area Code” page14 for more information.
  • Page 16: Auto Busy Redial

    No answer redial automatically redials an unanswered line up to 10 times, at 30 second intervals. If no one answers the line after 4 minutes, the SA-400 will return to the idle mode. Automatic no answer redial can be canceled anytime by pressing...
  • Page 17: Hold

    Once the call has been placed on hold for over three minutes, the LINE INDICATOR will flash rapidly and the SA-400 will beep three times every 8-10 seconds until the call is taken off hold. If a call has been on hold for eight minutes, the holding call will be automatically disconnected.
  • Page 18: Attended Call Transfer

    ... Privacy restored NOTE: If any standard telephone is connected to the same line(s) as an SA-400, the standard phone can always access the SA-400’s phone call (the SA-400 calls are privacy released to standard phones). Alternatively, an SA-400 can access a standard phone’s calls once the standard phone has been on a call for at least 7 seconds.
  • Page 19: Privately Talking To One Of The Conference Call Parties

    Intercom allows you to call another station in the system without tying up an outside line. The (cont.) SA-400 has two intercom channels, so two 2-way intercom conversations can occur at the same time. If auto answer is turned on, and you receive an intercom call, the station will beep and the intercom is instantly connected.
  • Page 20: Making An Intercom Call Using The Headset Or Handset

    ALL STATION PAGE The SA-400 allows you to page all stations in the system at one time. Only stations with a common line 1 are able to utilize the page feature. Stations that are off hook or have Do Not Disturb on will not receive the page, so check to see if any station icons appear in the display.
  • Page 21: Call Waiting Caller Id

    CALL WAITING CALLER ID REVIEWING AND DELETING STORED CALLER ID RECORDS The SA-400 will store up to 64 of your most recent caller ID records. Any received caller ID information (name, telephone number, date and time) is stored for your reference, depending on your station setting of ALL, ANSWER or UNANSWER (see page 22).
  • Page 22: Power Failure Operation

    See below for “BATTERY INSTALLATION.” BATTERY INSTALLATION Install four AA alkaline batteries (not included) into the bottom side of the SA-400 base to enable the telephone to operate up to 1 hours during a power failure. Batteries are not necessary for the SA-400 to operate and retain stored data with AC power.
  • Page 23: Displays

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION DISPLAYS DISPLAYED MESSAGE STATUS Tried to access a line when all lines were in use. This caller blocked their caller ID record. Station has joined a conference call. Station is transferring a call. was pressed and CALLER ID there are no records.
  • Page 24: Troubleshooting

    The LINE INDICATOR flashes when a call comes in but the telephone does not ring. Is the auto attendant turned on? The SA-400 will not ring when the auto attendant is on, unless the incoming caller is later transferred to your station.
  • Page 25: Questions? Here's How To Reach Us

    I cannot operate the phone during a power failure. Install four AA alkaline batteries (not included) into the bottom of the SA-400 base to enable the telephone to operate up to 1 hour during a power failure.
  • Page 26: Fcc Requirements

    Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Any changes made by the user not approved by CASIO COMMUNICATIONS can void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. This product is hearing aid compatible. LIMITED WARRANTY...
  • Page 27: Accessories

    ACCESSORIES To order accessories for your SA-400, simply cut out this order form, fill in the appropriate information and send it with payment (check, money order or credit card information) to: Pacific Coast Parts Distributors, Inc., 15024 Staff Court, Gardena, CA 90248 For parts orders using a credit card: (800) 421-5080 or (310) 515-0207, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m.
  • Page 28 Technical Specifications FCC Registration No.: Battery Capacity: 4X AA See bottom/underside of the SA-400 unit Battery Life: Ringer Equivalence: 1 hour standby operation See bottom/underside of the SA-400 unit Jack: 2X RJ14 The SA-400 is hearing aid compatible. Power Source:...
  • Page 29 SA-400 FEATURES...

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