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UNIVERGE DT920(6D/12D)/DT530
USER'S GUIDE
August, 2019
Issue 1.0

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  • Page 1 それty COVER UNIVERGE DT920(6D/12D)/DT530 USER'S GUIDE Before using this product and document, please read the following document carefully. Also, please keep this document to the place where you can see any time. Issue 1.0 August, 2019...
  • Page 2 NEC Platforms, Ltd. reserves the right to change the specifications, functions, or features, at any time, without notice. NEC Platforms, Ltd. has prepared this document for use by its employees and customers. The information contained herein is the property of NEC Platforms, Ltd.
  • Page 3 IMPORTANT NOTICE 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 IMPORTANT NOTICE NOTICE 1. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. 2. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
  • Page 5 (SLA). The software of DT920 contains certain third party open source software components which are provided under the terms and conditions designated at https://mind.bcom.nec.co.jp/customernet/soft-license/DT900_OSS.html The terms and conditions of SLA are not applied to such third party open source software components.
  • Page 6 IMPORTANT NOTICE ABOUT THE MARKS USED IN THIS MANUAL The following table shows the meaning of the marks used in this manual. MARK DESCRIPTION DT920: Only supported with DT920 Series. DT530: Only supported with DT530 Series. CAUTION: The works that a user cannot perform by himself, some dangers that may cause damages to the terminal and other cautions are described.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ..................10 MODEL LINE UP OF DT920 SERIES ................10 MODEL LINE UP OF DT530 SERIES ................11 FACE LAYOUT ....................... 12 KEYS AND PARTS ......................14 MENU ..........................16 SIMPLE OPERATION BY MENU KEY AND CURSOR KEY .......
  • Page 8 CONTENTS TO EDIT THE REGISTERED DATA ................57 FORCED ACCOUNT CODE ................... 58 VOICE CALL ........................59 TO ANSWER A VOICE CALL HANDS-FREE ..............59 CONFERENCE ....................... 61 TO ANSWER A CAMPED - ON CALL................61 CALL WAITING - ORIGINATING ..................62 CALL PICK-UP (GROUP) ....................
  • Page 9 CONTENTS TO LOG OUT ........................93 HOW TO OPERATE......................94...
  • Page 10: Introduction

    INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION MODEL LINE UP OF DT920 SERIES The following table shows the model line-up of DT920 series. • ITK-6D/12D Model Name Description Market 6 button /12 button (programmable keys) type Note ITK-6D/12D-1 North America ITK-6D/12D-1P 6 button /12 button (programmable keys) type Note EMEA, Asia ITK-6D/12D-1U...
  • Page 11: Model Line Up Of Dt530 Series

    INTRODUCTION MODEL LINE UP OF DT530 SERIES The following table shows the model line-up of DT530 series. • DTK-12D/24D Model Name Description Market DTK-12D-1 12 button (programmable keys) type North America DTK-12D-1P 12 button (programmable keys) type EMEA, Asia, China DTK-24D-1 24 button (programmable keys) type North America...
  • Page 12: Face Layout

    INTRODUCTION FACE LAYOUT DT920 SERIES ITK-6D ITK-12D...
  • Page 13 INTRODUCTION DT530 SERIES DTK-24D DTK-12D...
  • Page 14: Keys And Parts

    INTRODUCTION KEYS AND PARTS (7) Help This section explains keys and parts of DT920 Series using ITK- Explanations of the soft keys can be displayed on the LCD by 6D as an example. pressing this key. (8) Recall Press this key to finish the call and hear the dial tone. (9) Feature Used to activate any features as terminal setup functions, and to program One-Touch Speed Dial Keys.
  • Page 15 INTRODUCTION Details on Cursor Key (a) UP/DOWN Used to adjust LCD contrast, speaker/receiver volume, and ringer volume.  LCD Contrast: Press the UP/DOWN key while an idle state.  Speaker/Receiver Volume: Press the UP/DOWN key during conversation.  Ringer Volume: Press the UP/DOWN key during ringing.
  • Page 16: Menu

    INTRODUCTION MENU Digit From the Menu key, you can display the configuration menu. key to Menu Item Description select To access external XML server. For To Display Menu List details, please contact the system Service administrator. Note: This icon appears only when XML Press Menu key while the terminal in an idle state.
  • Page 17: Simple Operation By Menu Key And Cursor Key

    INTRODUCTION SIMPLE OPERATION BY MENU SHORTCUT MENU KEY AND CURSOR KEY Terminal has a Shortcut Menu for frequently-used features. You can access to Shortcut Menu by pressing Enter key. By using Menu key and Cursor key, the terminal user can access Call History, Directory and terminal settings with simple operation.
  • Page 18: Display

    INTRODUCTION DISPLAY The LCD displays Icons which provide notification when events The LCD of DT530 Series displays Icons which provide occur. notification when events (such as missed a call and a voice mail) occur. The LCD displays RTP encryption icon which provides notification Icon Display when the conversation is encrypted.
  • Page 19: Installation Procedure

    INSTALLATION PROCEDURE Lowering Tilt Legs INSTALLATION Turn the terminal over (key side down). PROCEDURE Lower Tilt Legs to desired height. ADJUSTING ANGLE OF TILT LEG The angle of the tilt leg can be adjusted in 5 levels. Stopper Tilt Legs Turn the terminal over (key side up).
  • Page 20: Connecting Lan Cable

    INSTALLATION PROCEDURE CONNECTING LAN CABLE CONNECTING LINE CORD LAN Cable connector for PC (PC Port) LAN Cable connector for the premises Insert a Line cord plug into the Line connector on LAN Cable the back of the telephone set until you hear it Groove click.
  • Page 21: Connecting Ac Adapter

    INSTALLATION PROCEDURE CONNECTING AC ADAPTER INSTALLING DIRECTORY CARD An optional directory card (also known as an abbreviated dialing Insert the AC adapter plug into the connector of table) can be attached to the telephone sets. The directory card the AC adapter on the back of telephone. can be used to record often dialed numbers or other important information.
  • Page 22: Installing/Removing Line Key Card

    INSTALLATION PROCEDURE TO INSTALL KEY SET UNIT (LINE KEY INSTALLING/REMOVING LINE PANEL, BUTTON PANEL, AND LINE KEY CARD KEY CARD) TO REMOVE KEY SET UNIT (LINE KEY PANEL AND LINE KEY CARD) After replacing the DESI Printer Sheet on the terminal, attach the Faceplate.
  • Page 23: Wall Mounting

    INSTALLATION PROCEDURE WALL MOUNTING A wall mount unit (WM-L UNIT) is used to mount all telephones to the wall. This unit connects to the back side of the telephone. Be careful not to drop the telephone set while mounting it on the wall. It can cause injury. Make sure the telephone set is firmly mounted on the wall to prevent the telephone set from falling out.
  • Page 24 INSTALLATION PROCEDURE Insert the line cord plug (included with the telephone set) into the modular connector. Insert the line cord plug into the LINE connector on the back of the telephone. Wrap the excess cord and secure it with a tie wrap. Fit the coiled cord through the groove on the back of the telephone as shown in the figure below.
  • Page 25: Terminal Setup

    TERMINAL SETUP SETUP WITH FEATURE KEY TERMINAL SETUP The available key operations the Feature key + digit keys for DT terminals are as listed below. This chapter describes operating procedures for terminal settings Feature + 0 = Side Tone On/Off (for handset) with the UP/DOWN key, the Feature key and the Menu key Feature + 1 = Turns microphone on or off.
  • Page 26 TERMINAL SETUP TO SELECT RINGER TONE TO ADJUST TRANSMISSION/RECEIVING The terminal have 10 kinds of ringer tones that you can select. VOLUME Press the Feature key and [3] key. The LCD displays the selected tone number (n=1 ~ 13). The handset volume can be changed. Press the Feature key and [4] key.
  • Page 27 TERMINAL SETUP SELECT DIAL MODE You can select one pattern from Normal, Dynamic Dial Pad or Preset Dial to originate a call. When Only Dynamic Dial Pad Is Activated: To Set/Reset Dynamic Dial Pad Press the Feature key and [8] key. The LCD displays “Direct Dial Pad ON”...
  • Page 28 TERMINAL SETUP SETUP WITH MENU KEY FOR TO SET RINGING OF HEADSET DT920 SERIES The procedure below shows how to enable/disable the ringing of headset. TO ENABLE/DISABLE OFF-HOOK Press Menu key while terminal is in an idle state. RINGING The procedure below shows how to enable/disable Off-hook □...
  • Page 29 TERMINAL SETUP TO SET RINGER TONE MENU ITEM FREQUENCY FREQUENCY REMARKS The procedure below shows how to change the ringer tone for (Hz) 1st (Hz) 2nd internal call and external call. Automatic 16Hz modulation Press Menu key while terminal is in an idle state. Tone Type 1 16Hz modulation Tone Type 2...
  • Page 30 TERMINAL SETUP TO SET ILLUMINATION PATTERN FOR TO ENABLE/DISABLE RTP ALARM CALL INDICATION LAMP The procedure below shows how to enable/disable RTP alarm. The procedure below shows how to set the illumination pattern (color of Call Indicator Lamp). Press Menu key while terminal is in an idle state. Press Menu key while terminal is in an idle state.
  • Page 31 TERMINAL SETUP TO ENABLE/DISABLE DTMF TONE TO SET KEY TOUCH TONE The procedure below shows how to enable/disable DTMF Tone. The procedure below shows how to set Key Touch Tone. Key Touch Tone is a tone generated when the digit keys are pressed while the terminal is off-hook.
  • Page 32 TERMINAL SETUP TO SET MUSIC ON HOLD TO SET CALENDAR FORMAT The procedure below shows how to set music on hold to be The procedure below shows how to set the time display pattern heard by the terminal’s user. on the LCD. Press Menu key while terminal is in an idle state.
  • Page 33 TERMINAL SETUP TO SET TIME FORMAT TO ENABLE/DISABLE VOLUME GAUGE The procedure below shows how to set time display with a 12- The procedure below shows how to display the volume levels: hour or 24-hour clock format. handset receiver volume, speaker volume, ringer tone volume and LCD contrast.
  • Page 34 TERMINAL SETUP TO SET SCREEN SAVER TO ENABLE/DISABLE BACKLIGHT The procedure below shows how to set the Screen Saver. Screen The following explains how to enable/disable the backlight of LCD. Saver works after the telephone in an idle state for a certain period of time.
  • Page 35 TERMINAL SETUP TO SET A LANGUAGE TO ENABLE/DISABLE BACKLIGHT FADE CONTROL The procedure below shows how to set a language to be displayed on LCD. The procedure below shows how to enable/disable the backlight fade control. Press Menu key while terminal is in an idle state. The backlight fades in or fades out when this setting is enabled.
  • Page 36 TERMINAL SETUP TO CHANGE PASSWORD When the password entry ends in failure, the following error The procedure below shows how to change the password. This message is displayed. In that case, press the OK soft key password is used for the following occasion. and try again.
  • Page 37 TERMINAL SETUP TO SET USABILITY TO RESET TELEPHONE SETTINGS The procedure below shows how to set the operation of the Help The procedure below shows how to clear the personal data of the key while pop-up window is displayed. telephone. Press Menu key while terminal is in an idle state.
  • Page 38 TERMINAL SETUP TO DOWNLOAD A FILE The display goes back to the Account Settings □ screen. Select 2 Password. The user can download files for music on hold. When downloading these files, the terminal needs to be connected to the FTP/TFTP/HTTPS server.
  • Page 39 TERMINAL SETUP The default file name will be displayed. After the downloading process is completed, the display changes as follows: For the music on hold and ringer tone, the channel of voice output is monaural. - When downloading a file for music on hold, the default The display goes back to the Download Files screen with file name is “MOH.wav”...
  • Page 40 TERMINAL SETUP TO BACKUP PERSONAL SETTINGS □ Select 3 Folder. The user can backup personal settings of the terminal to the FTP/TFTP/HTTPS server. To back up the setting data, the terminal needs to be connected to the network that has FTP/TFTP/HTTPS server. Enter destination directory...
  • Page 41 TERMINAL SETUP After the data backup is completed, the display changes as follows: The display goes back to the Backup/Restore screen by the Exit soft key. When the data backup ends in failure, “Upload Failed!” is displayed on the LCD. Check to see the following table and then make a retry.
  • Page 42 TERMINAL SETUP TO RESTORE PERSONAL SETTINGS The display goes back to the Account Settings The user can restore the personal settings of the terminal. To □ download the backup file to the telephone, the terminal needs to screen. Select 2 Password. be connected to the FTP/TFTP/HTTPS server Enter a password by using digit keys, then press ■For details on the FTP/TFTP/HTTPS service, contact the...
  • Page 43 TERMINAL SETUP Press the Enter key or the Exec soft key to start restoring the backup data to the telephone. While downloading the backup data, the LCD displays “Downloading...” first and then “Saving...”. Be sure not to turn OFF the terminal while “Saving...” is displayed on the LCD.
  • Page 44 HOW TO INPUT CHARACTERS This section 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 45 TERMINAL SETUP <Character Code For English (2/2)> <Number Code> When entering password, “0-9”, “*” and “#” are available. “#” is entered by pressing [#] key. * “*” is entered by pressing [ ]key.
  • Page 46 TERMINAL SETUP Character Entry Method As an example of character entry method, the following shows how to enter “Ken Kobus”. Press the [5] key twice to enter “K”. Press the [*] key to switch the text input mode from uppercase to lowercase. Enter “en”...
  • Page 47 TERMINAL SETUP TO ENABLE/DISABLE OFF-HOOK SETUP WITH MENU KEY FOR RINGING DT530 SERIES The procedure below shows how to enable/disable the off-hook ringing. TO CHANGE RINGER TONE VOLUME The procedure below shows how to change the volume of ringer Press Menu key while terminal is in an idle state. tone.
  • Page 48 TERMINAL SETUP TO ENABLE/DISABLE BACKLIGHT TO SET RINGING OF HEADSET The procedure below shows how to enable/disable the backlights The procedure below shows how to enable/disable the ringing of of LCD and digit keys. headset. The backlights illuminate (for approximately 10 seconds) when you press any key or lift the handset.
  • Page 49: Basic Operation

    BASIC OPERATION TO MAKE AN EXTERNAL CALL BASIC OPERATION When a dialed telephone number is registered in Local This chapter describes the basic operation. Phonebook, the corresponding name information will be displayed on LCD of the terminal while you are hearing a ringback tone or TO LOG IN are engaged in a conversation.
  • Page 50: To Make An Internal Call

    BASIC OPERATION TO MAKE AN INTERNAL CALL TO ANSWER AN EXTERNAL CALL When a dialed station number is registered in Phonebook, the When a calling party telephone number is registered in the corresponding name information will be displayed on LCD of the Phonebook, the corresponding name information is displayed on terminal while you are hearing a ringback tone or are engaged in the LCD while you are hearing a ringing tone or are engaged in a...
  • Page 51: To Answer An Internal Call

    BASIC OPERATION TO ANSWER AN INTERNAL CALL MULTILINE OPERATION When a calling station number is registered in the You can originate a call or answer an incoming call to the other Phonebook, the corresponding name information is displayed on station by pressing the MULTILINE key (which is preassigned the LCD while you are hearing a ringing tone or are engaged in a the other station number).
  • Page 52: To Hold A Call

    BASIC OPERATION TO HOLD A CALL TO PLACE A CALL ON EXCLUSIVE HOLD Press the Hold key. The held line key flashes green slowly. Press the Hold key twice. The Line key appearance indicates interrupted wink. If a held line appears on other terminal stations, the associated LED flashes red slowly.
  • Page 53: To Transfer A Call

    BASIC OPERATION TO TRANSFER A CALL XML APPLICATION Terminal has an XML browser function. You can display the After conversing, ask the other party to hold. information of XML application installed in an external server onto the LCD of terminal and use various services in collaboration with the XML application.
  • Page 54: Screen Pop-Up

    BASIC OPERATION To Use the Screen Pop-up Function SCREEN POP-UP When you receive an incoming call while an application screen The following shows an example of an operation to display a (XML application) is displayed, you can suspend the application pop-up screen when you receive an incoming call while setting and answer the incoming call.
  • Page 55: Feature Operation

    FEATURE OPERATION TO ORIGINATE A CALL USING FEATURE OPERATION SPEED CALLING (ONE-TOUCH SPEED CALLING KEYS) TO ORIGINATE A CALL USING Press the desired One-Touch Speed Calling key, SELECTIVE DIALING (DYNAMIC or press the Speaker key and One-Touch Speed Calling key. DIAL PAD, PRESET DIAL) To Program Dynamic Dial Pad...
  • Page 56: To Originate A Call Using Speed Calling - System

    FEATURE OPERATION TO ORIGINATE A CALL USING ONE-TOUCH SPEED CALLING SPEED CALLING - SETTING USING SPDSET KEY STATION/GROUP You can add, edit, or delete a One-Touch Speed Calling key using a programmable Line/Feature key or a SPDSET key. When using a SPDSET soft key, One- Touch Speed Calling When Redial feature is enabled at installation, Last Number Redial feature and Speed Calling features using Left can be set when the terminal in an off-hook state (idle),...
  • Page 57: To Edit The Registered Data

    FEATURE OPERATION To Delete the Phone Number Data TO EDIT THE REGISTERED DATA To Enter the Phone Number Press the DEL soft key (this soft key is displayed pressing the “>>>” soft key twice). Locate the cursor (underscore) with LEFT/RIGHT soft key (these soft keys are displayed pressing the “>>>”...
  • Page 58: Forced Account Code

    FEATURE OPERATION ACCOUNT CODE AUTHORIZATION CODE To Enter To Enter without Account Code Lift the handset or press the Speaker key, receive Lift the handset or press the Speaker key, receive a dial tone. a dial tone. Enter the feature access code, receive a service Enter the feature access code, receive a service set tone.
  • Page 59: Voice Call

    FEATURE OPERATION VOICE CALL AUTOMATIC INTERCOM To Initiate Lift the handset. Lift the handset or press the Speaker key. Dial the desired station number. Press the AICM key. Hear a ringback tone. Press the Voice Call key. To Answer Speak to called party. The AICM key flashes red indicating an incoming intercom call.
  • Page 60 FEATURE OPERATION MANUAL INTERCOM DIAL INTERCOM To Initiate To Initiate Press the MICM key, lift the handset or press the Lift the handset or press the Speaker key. Speaker key, a ringback tone is heard. Press the DICM key. Press the Signal key if it is desired for the called station to hear ringing.
  • Page 61: Conference

    FEATURE OPERATION TO SWITCH A CALL WITH TO ANSWER A CAMPED - ON TRANSFER KEY CALL While engaged in a call and wishing to consult a While engaged in a call, receive the camp-on third party, press the Transfer key. The original indication (one short tone burst).
  • Page 62: Call Waiting - Originating

    FEATURE OPERATION CALL WAITING - ORIGINATING The waiting call is automatically connected. The original party is placed on hold. To Program Call Waiting Key (On One - Touch Speed Calling Key) By repeatedly pressing the Answer key, it is Press the Feature key. possible to alternate between calls.
  • Page 63: Call Pick-Up (Group)

    FEATURE OPERATION CALL PICK-UP (GROUP) ■The Call Pickup - Group key must be programmed by the Telephony Server administrator on the Programmable feature key or soft key. ■“PICK” is displayed as the soft key of Call Pickup - Group When Station Within Pick-up Group Rings feature.
  • Page 64 FEATURE OPERATION REDIAL LAST NUMBER REDIAL When Redial feature is enabled at installation, Last Number Redial feature and Speed Calling features using Left When Redial feature is enabled at installation, Last Number (Redial) key are not available. For details, contact the Redial feature and Speed Calling features using the Left system administrator.
  • Page 65: Call Forwarding - Busy Line

    FEATURE OPERATION CALL FORWARDING - ALL CALLS CALL FORWARDING - BUSY LINE ■The Call Forwarding - All Calls key must be programmed ■The Call Forwarding - Busy key must be programmed by Telephony Server administrator the Telephony Server administrator on the Programmable Programmable feature key or soft key.
  • Page 66 FEATURE OPERATION CALL FORWARDING - DON’T Answer is canceled. ANSWER To Set Press the Speaker key. Receive a dial tone. setting another station, press MULTILINE feature key. Press the Call Forwarding - Don’t Answer key or dial “Call Forwarding - Don’t Answer” access code.
  • Page 67: Logged Out Ip Station - Call Destination

    FEATURE OPERATION LOGGED OUT IP STATION – CALL CALL BACK DESTINATION If Called Station Is Busy ■The Flash key must be programmed by the Telephony ■The Call Forwarding - Logout key must be programmed Server administrator on a Programmable feature key. Telephony Server administrator...
  • Page 68: To Leave A Message

    FEATURE OPERATION TO SAVE AND REPEAT A TO LEAVE A MESSAGE NUMBER The Message reminder key must be programmed by the Telephony Server administrator on the Programmable ■The Save and Repeat key must be programmed by the feature key or soft key. For details, please contact the system Telephony Server administrator on the Programmable administrator.
  • Page 69: To Answer A Message

    FEATURE OPERATION TO ANSWER A MESSAGE VOICE MAIL SYSTEM The One-Touch Speed Calling key must be programmed by the Telephony Server administrator on the Programmable The Message reminder key must be programmed by the feature key or soft key. Telephony Server administrator on the Programmable feature key or soft key.
  • Page 70 FEATURE OPERATION MEET-ME PAGING PAGING TRANSFER Example: Example: Station A can page Station B. When Station B dials answer Station A receives an important call for Station B who is not at a code, they are connected. desk. Station A can page Station B. When Station B dials the Paging answer code, Station A can announce the call and transfer it to Station B.
  • Page 71: Boss/Secretary - Mw Lamp Control

    FEATURE OPERATION BOSS/SECRETARY TRANSFER BOSS/SECRETARY - MW LAMP CONTROL Secretary To Set MW at Boss’ Station Lift the handset, press the boss’ ringing line. Ask the calling party to hold. Pattern1: Lift the handset or press the Speaker key. Press the boss’ line again. “Voice Call” is automatically established.
  • Page 72: Boss Secretary Override

    FEATURE OPERATION Option 2 BOSS SECRETARY OVERRIDE Boss presses the Answer key and converses with secretary. Trunk A is placed on hold. To Program Boss/Secretary Override Key Boss presses the station 01 key and converses Press the Feature key. with Trunk B. Boss presses the Answer key to reconnect to Trunk A.
  • Page 73: Call Redirect

    FEATURE OPERATION CALL REDIRECT Example: Station A views on the terminal display the Station Number or Caller ID of an Incoming Call and immediately redirects the call by pressing a Function Key. The destination of the Call Redirect will be the Call Forwarding-Don’t Answer Destination or the Recall Destination if the call is transferred without Call Forwarding-Don’t Answer being set at the station.
  • Page 74 FEATURE OPERATION PRIVACY ■Station A can be a single-line station if it appears on the Station B. ■Up to six parties can break into a two-party conversation While Off-Hook (additional device is required). ■The Privacy Release key must be programmed by the Telephony Server administrator on the Programmable Press the Do Not Disturb key.
  • Page 75 To Search and Make a Call Example: Example: To Search For “NEC BNET” The DT920 Series Station A registers “NEC” as new name and its Telephone Number. Press the Pbook soft key while the Station is in an idle state.
  • Page 76 Pressing UP/DOWN key or the Eu-s/Eu-l soft key shifts characters between uppercase and lowercase. Enter a name (in this example, “NEC” is entered) (Lower-case character) and then press Enter or the OK soft key.(If no <<< -Eu-s appropriate data exists, the message “Entry not...
  • Page 77 FEATURE OPERATION After the data modification has completed, the The More soft key appears in the Phonebook data screen following message appears for two seconds. when the number of characters (name) or digits (telephone number) are exceeding displayable limit (Up to 17 characters The display returns to the Local Phonebook or digits can be displayed at a time).
  • Page 78 FEATURE OPERATION Available Characters in a Local Phonebook For Azerbaijani, available characters in Local The following tables show available characters in Local Phonebook are as follows. Phonebook. õ is displayed in capital letter. There is no small letter for this õ...
  • Page 79: Call History On The System Side

    FEATURE OPERATION CALL HISTORY ON THE SYSTEM To Make a Call with Prefix SIDE Press >>> soft key while the history data to which This section describes the operating procedures for the Call you want to add a prefix. History feature which controlled by the system. This Call History feature can store up to 20 records.
  • Page 80: Call History Operation For Dt530 Series

    CALL HISTORY OPERATION FOR DT530 SERIES CALL HISTORY ■ If two or more records exist, use the UP/DOWN key to OPERATION FOR DT530 display the next/former records (or pressing an appropriate digit key). For example, press “0” key to display the tenth record. SERIES ■...
  • Page 81: To Make A Call From Call History

    CALL HISTORY OPERATION FOR DT530 SERIES TO MAKE A CALL FROM CALL TO DELETE SPECIFIC DATA HISTORY Display the call history data which you want to delete (see TO VIEW CALL HISTORY). The Display the call history data of the target following is an example when the history data of telephone number (see TO VIEW CALL HISTORY).
  • Page 82: A Call Recording

    A CALL RECORDING To Record a Call Automatically A CALL RECORDING When automatic call recording is set, call recording starts when a user goes off-hook or presses the Speaker key. Going on-hook SAVING RECORDING CALL DATA or pressing the Speaker key again ends call recording. In this way, a whole conversation can be recorded.
  • Page 83: Headset Operation

    HEADSET OPERATION TERMINAL OPERATION USING HEADSET OPERATION THE HEADSET The table below shows supported headsets and headset cables for the terminal. The following procedure explains how to operate a terminal using the headset. While using the headset, the operations Headset Supported Cable equivalent to answering and ending a phone call with handset Wired Headset...
  • Page 84: How To Use The Wireless Headset

    HEADSET OPERATION ADJUSTING HEADSET RINGER HOW TO USE THE WIRELESS TONE VOLUME HEADSET You can adjust the ringer tone volume for a headset in an idle or When using Wireless Headset (W710 (APD-80) or a busy state. WT100/Voyager Legend CS(APN-91)), you can answer a call, conduct a conversation, or disconnect the call with hooking ■The ringer tone can be sent to the headset by terminal operations.
  • Page 85: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS SPECIFICATIONS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS The following shows the technical specifications of DT920 Series ITK-6D ITK-12D Display (LCD) 168 x 41 dot Gray scale (with 8 shades of gray) Display Color Character on LCD Characters supported by Multilingual Display 6 Keys 12 Keys Programmable Key 13 keys (with Menu/4...
  • Page 86 SPECIFICATIONS The following shows the technical specifications of DT530 Series. DTK-12D/24D Display (LCD) 168 × 58 dot Display Color Monochrome (with no shades of gray) Character on LCD Characters supported by Multilingual Display Key data is displayed on LCD. Programmable Key 24/12 Keys [2-color (red and green) LED] Fixed Feature Key 10 keys (with Menu/Cursor button)
  • Page 87: Menu List

    MENU LIST MENU LIST MENU LIST FOR DT920 SERIES Menu List for Setting Menu Item Description Default Value Settings 1 User Settings Select this option to make the user settings of a terminal. 1 Incoming Call Select this option to set up for incoming call. 1 Offhook Ring Select this option to specify whether to use Off-hook ringing.
  • Page 88 MENU LIST Menu Item Description Default Value 5 Language Select this option to specify a language to be displayed on LCD. Automatic 6 Advanced Set other data for display. 1 Backlight Fade Set whether Backlight Fade Control is in service, when turning Enable Control on/off the backlight of the display.
  • Page 89 MENU LIST 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 specify the file name to be backed up. PersonalData.t 2 Data Restore Select this option to specify the file name to be restored.
  • Page 90: Menu List For Dt530 Series

    MENU LIST MENU LIST FOR DT530 SERIES Menu Item Description Menu Press the Menu key while the terminal is in idle state. Select this option to view call history data. 1 Call History Select this option to access Phonebook feature. For details, see PHONEBOOK. 2 Directory Select this option to make the user settings of the terminal.
  • Page 91: Web Programming

    WEB PROGRAMMING WEB PROGRAMMING OUTLINE Web Programming allows you to configure the terminal settings from the PC. An Internet browser (Internet Explorer, etc.) is used to access Web Programming. It is not necessary to install any special application software to the PC. ■...
  • Page 92: To Log In

    WEB PROGRAMMING TO LOG IN Follow the steps below to open the Web Programming. Start-up Internet browser on the PC. Enter IP address of the target terminal on the address toolbar and then press Enter key. When you log in to the Web Programming using HTTPS protocol, enter “https://” before IP address. Then, a warning message displays on the browser though, the message has no problem.
  • Page 93 WEB PROGRAMMING TO LOG OUT Follow the steps below to exit the Web Programming. Click Logout at the lower left of the screen. The confirmation message appears. Click OK to log out of Web Programming. The display changes as follows. Click Back. After the Web Programming Login screen is displayed, close the Internet browser.
  • Page 94 WEB PROGRAMMING 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 the terminal. For details on each menu item, see MENU LIST.

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