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  • Page 1 Basic Operation Guide Basic Operation Guide...
  • Page 2 2008-2010 NEC Corporation No part of this manual shall be reproduced or altered without any written permission of NEC Corporation.
  • Page 3 Preface This manual explains the basic operation on your NEC telephone.
  • Page 4 able of able of ontents ontents reface Table of Contents Safety recautions for Using the System " Keys and Display Indication on the Telephone Controlling the Volume and Display Contrast A Guide to Use the anel & lacing and Answering a Call lacing a Trunk Call >...
  • Page 5: Using The Telephone

    Using the Telephone More Conveniently Redialing the Last elephone Number Dialed > Last Number Redial I agree. Pre-dialing, hen Placing a Call Good. et's go > Preset Dial ahead Making a Call without lifting the with that. Handset > Hands-free Call Automatically Redialing until the Outside Party Answers "...
  • Page 6: Cleaning The Telephone

    Safety Precautions for Using the System - Read All of the Following Precautions - The following lists the precautions that you must observe to ensure the correct use of this product, and to prevent damage to property or injury to yourself and bystanders. WARNING : Indicates that ignoring this warning could result in serious injury or even death.
  • Page 7 Keys and Display Indication on the Telephone Using Each keys Here, explanations are given by taking an IP multi-line telephone with 24 keys as an example. ecurity key Display (Provided only with IP multi- See the next page. line telephones) Large lamp Use the Security key to control key operations by...
  • Page 8 Keys and Display Indication on the Telephone Display The information that appears on the display differs depending on the operation being performed with the telephone, as follows. The Information displayed initially appears in Japanese. The following examples show that they will appear so after the display is changed to English version. Note that the initial display will change depending on the settings made when the telephone is installed.
  • Page 9 Controlling the Volume and Display Contrast Controlling the volume Controlling the contrast edial edial Volume keys Volume keys Light Soft edial edial ontrolling the display contrast ontrolling the handset volume ou can control the display contrast while the f the person you are talking with is either too telephone is idle.
  • Page 10 A Guide to Use the Panel Removing the panel Fit the panel on the telephone in accordance with the keys on the Slightly insert a pointed stick or telephone and press down the four something into the gap on the right corners of the panel until it clicks.
  • Page 11: Answering A Call

    Placing and Answering a Call Placing and Answering a Call Placing a Trunk Call < > Trunk Call Placing an Extension < > Intercom Call Answering a Trunk Call Answering an Intercom Call...
  • Page 12 Placing a Trunk Call Trunk Call What this function does Press a Line key or the Call key without lifting the handset. You will hear a dial tone. You can then dial the destination telephone number to place a trunk call. What you can do with this function The dialed number is displayed, so that you can confirm that you have dialed correctly.
  • Page 13 Placing an Extension Intercom Call What this function does You can talk to a user on another extension from your extension. Intercom Call does not incur any telephone eep! eep! charges. What you can do with this function peep! peep! You can place an intercom call by lifting the handset and then dialing the desired extension number.
  • Page 14 Answering a Trunk Call What this function does Upon receiving an incoming call from outside, you can answer by either pressing the flashing Line key or the ello, XXX Answer key. speaking. rring! rring! What you can do with this function You can also answer an incoming call by lifting the handset and then pressing the Answer or Line key.
  • Page 15: Answering An Intercom Call

    Answering an Intercom Call What this function does call When the large lamp flashes red and you hear the intercom from the manager. call ringing tone, the telephone is receiving an intercom call. Lift the handset and talk to the person who is calling you.
  • Page 17 Holding and Transferring a Call Holding and Transferring a Call Having the Person Calling < > You Hold the Line Hold Transferring a Call < > Transfer...
  • Page 18 Having the Person Calling You Hold the Line Hold What this function does If you want to have the person who has called you hold the line, you can have the telephone hold the call while playing a melody to the person who is waiting. While the right.
  • Page 19: Transferring A Call

    Transferring a Call Transfer What this function does ary, you have a call from r. S. You can hold an incoming call and transfer it to another All right, thank you. extension. What you can do with this function When the person wanted on the telephone is physically close to you, tell him or her directly and have them pick up the call.
  • Page 20 Transferring a Call Transfer < > Transferring a call to a person in another part of the building Example: transfers a trunk call to Outside party using an extension alking is on the conversation. Press (Music on hold tone) The Line key lamp flashes green. The person making the call hears the music on hold tone and the call is held.
  • Page 21 Using the Telephone More Conveniently Using the Telephone More Conveniently Redialing the Last Telephone Number < > Dialed Last Number Redial Pre-dialing, Then Placing a Call < > Preset Dial Making a Call without lifting the < > Handset Hands-free Call Automatically Redialing until the Outside Party Answers <...
  • Page 22 Redialing the Last Telephone Number Dialed Last Number Redial What this function does The telephone stores the last telephone number that you dialed. Subsequently, it is easy to redial that number. R e d i a l What you can do with this function edial This function is useful when the desired line is busy, when you have to disconnect a call before finishing, or if you...
  • Page 23 Pre-dialing, Then Placing a Call Preset Dial What this function does When placing a trunk call, you can pre-dial the destination telephone number first, check the number on the display, and then initiate the call. What you can do with this function This function can help prevent the misdialing of long telephone numbers.
  • Page 24 Making a Call without lifting the Handset Hands-free Call What this function does You can make a call without lifting the handset, using the telephone’s speaker and microphone. What you can do with this function All right! You can talk over the telephone while continuing to work, or several people around the telephone can participate in a IC lamp 'll leave...
  • Page 25 Making a Call without lifting the Handset Hands-free Call < > Placing a hands-free call Press For an intercom call, press the Speaker key. Dial the destination telephone ial the destination number. telephone number. Wait for the called person to answer. Hello! Hello! Answering a hands-free call...
  • Page 26 Automatically Redialing until the Outside Party Answers Repeat Dial What this function does ot yet? If the desired line is busy or the outside party does not answer, you can use this function to redial automatically At 60-second any number of times at fixed intervals until the outside intervals party answers.
  • Page 27 Using Touch-Tone Telephone Services Pulse to Tone Conversion What this function does If you use a dial pulse-type line (DP) but want to use a touch-tone telephone service, you can use your telephone to send DTMF tones. What you can do with this function Use this function to allow you to access a touch-tone telephone service like those listed below: •...
  • Page 28 Placing a Call with a Speed Dial Number Speed Dial What this function does You can register the name and telephone number of a person that you call frequently. Then, to call that person, you peed dial simply have to press the corresponding speed dial number. number r.
  • Page 29 Placing a Call with a Speed Dial Number Speed Dial < > Registering a speed dial number The speed dial - personal function, which allows the users of individual extensions to register their own speed dial numbers, is explained below. Number of speed dial numbers that can be registered: 20 Available speed dial numbers: 900 to 919 Example:Registers the telephone number...
  • Page 30: One-Touch Operation

    One-Touch Operation What this function does ne-touch operation You can register a telephone number, extension number, or function to a function key to enable one-touch operation. hief XXX Wow! What you can do with this function That's quick! Hello! The following numbers can be registered to function keys: •...
  • Page 31 One-Touch Operation Registering a telephone number Press Press Press the function key to which you want to register a telephone unction key number. Press Number 01 is the function code for one-touch operation. Press nter the telephone number of the person Number 0 is for seizing a trunk line.
  • Page 32 One-Touch Operation Registering an extension number Press Press Press Press the function key to which you want to unction key register an extension number. Press Enter the extension number you nter the extension number of the person want to register. to be called.
  • Page 33 Having a Conference over the Telephone Conference What this function does I agree. et's go ahead Up to 32 persons can talk to one another over the Good. with that. telephone at the same time. What you can do with this function "CONF"...
  • Page 34 Having a Conference over the Telephone Conference < > To allow outside parties to participate in the conference alking Suppose that , both are extension user, want to invite , who is outside party, to participate in the (Music on hold tone) CONF conference.
  • Page 35 Using a Commercially Available Telephone Single-Line Telephone What this function does ommercially available telephone A commercially available single-line telephone can be connected to this system (such things as an option unit are required). Single-line telephones have no function keys. Therefore, they require that you perform slightly different operations.
  • Page 36: Answering An Intercom Call

    Using a Commercially Available Telephone Single-Line Telephone < > Answering a trunk call A trunk call is received. Lift the handset. Talk to the person who is calling you. If the telephone does not ring You cannot answer a trunk call just by lifting the handset.
  • Page 37 Using a Commercially Available Telephone Single-Line Telephone < > Resuming a call on hold A call is held. Quickly press and then release the hook switch. If your telephone has a hook key, press that key. Talk to the person who is calling you. Transferring a call Outside party Example:...
  • Page 39 Appendix Appendix Turning Off a Lamp That & Is On or Flashing Entering Characters...
  • Page 40 Turning Off a Lamp That Is On or Flashing If the lamp of the Feature or Large lamp is on or flashing, you can turn the lamp off as follows. Feature lamp When the lamp goes on in red Function or status assigned How to turn off the lamp The Feature key was pressed immediately before the Press...
  • Page 41: Entering Characters

    Entering Characters When registering a speed dial number, you can enter name of the person by using keys of the digital multi-line telephone. • Press the dial key corresponding to the character you want to enter, as many times as required. •...
  • Page 42 Entering Characters Character input table When you want to swich the character input mode, press ■ KANA input mode Number of times the dial key is pressed Dial key Returns to “ ď ”. ď Đ đ Ē ē ą Ć...
  • Page 43 Entering Characters ■ Alphanumeric input mode Number of times the dial key is pressed Dial key Returns to → ← “1”. Returns to “A”. Returns to “D”. Returns to “G”. Returns to “J”. Returns to “M”. Returns to “P”. PQRS Returns to “T”.
  • Page 44 NEC Corporation A50-013784-003 Issue 3 2010.1...