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INT-31425 (UNIV)
ISSUE 1.0
®
DT730G (ITL-12CG/DG)

USER GUIDE

NEC Corporation of America
April, 2014

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   Summary of Contents for NEC DT730G (CG): ITL-12CG-3

  • Page 1: User Guide

    INT-31425 (UNIV) ISSUE 1.0 ® DT730G (ITL-12CG/DG) USER GUIDE NEC Corporation of America April, 2014...
  • Page 3 NEC Corporation of America reserves the right to change the specifications, functions, or features at any time without notice. NEC Corporation of America has prepared this document for use by its employees and customers. The information contained herein is the property of NEC Corporation of America and shall not be reproduced without prior written approval of NEC Corporation of America.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.INTRODUCTION General ........................1 Face Layout ......................2 Technical Specifications ..................3 Keys And Parts ......................5 Installation Procedure ....................7 Wall Mounting ......................12 Phone Start Up and Menu Screen.................15 Shortcut Menu .......................20 Soft Keys .......................22 Multi-Window ......................24 Pop-up Windows....................30 2.TERMINAL SETUP Setup With Up/Down Key ..................33 Setup With Feature Key..................33 Setup with Menu Key.....................34...
  • Page 6 TABLE OF CONTENTS Speed Dialing – Station/Group ................93 Last Number Redial ....................93 Redial........................94 Voice Call.......................95 Three-Party Conference ..................95 Voice Mail System ....................95 Do Not Disturb .......................96 How to Input Characters ..................97 Security Mode......................110 Phonebook......................113 4.DIRECTORY OPERATION To Add New Data ....................115 To Find Registered Data..................116 To Make a Call from Directory ................117 To Add Prefix Number ..................117...
  • Page 7 TABLE OF CONTENTS APPENDIX: PHOTO FRAME APPLICATION To Launch Photo Frame Application ..............123 Display Sample and Key Operations ..............123 How to Use the Photo Frame Application Using USB Memory ......124 MENU LIST Menu List: DT730G (ITL-12CG-3) ...............131 Menu List: DT730G (ITL-12DG-3) ...............136 WEB PROGRAMMING To Login.......................141 To Logout......................143...
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  • Page 9: General

    NTRODUCTION General This guide explains how to operate DT 730G Series under the following headings. CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Explains the configuration of this guide and contains the following information. • Face layout of DT Series • Keys and Parts of DT Series •...
  • Page 10: Face Layout

    Face Layout DT730G (CG): ITL-12CG-3 DT730G (DG): ITL-12DG-3 (For North America) (For North America)
  • Page 11: Technical Specifications

    Technical Specifications Item ITL-12CG-3 Display LCD 4.3 inch Color (16777216 colors) TFT, with Backlight Programmable Key 12 Keys Fixed Feature Key 10 keys (including Menu button and Cursor key) Backlight Display and Digit Key (lit for 10 seconds when operating) Soft Key 4 Keys Directory...
  • Page 12 Item ITL-12DG-3 Display LCD 3.8 inch Gray Scale FSTN, with Backlight LCD Color Gray Scale (8 scales) Programmable Key 12 Keys Fixed Feature Key 9 keys (including Menu button and Cursor key) Backlight LCD and Digit Key (lit for 10 seconds when operating) Soft Key 4 Keys Directory...
  • Page 13: Keys And Parts

    Keys And Parts (5) Dial Keypad Dial the called party number or feature access DT730G code. (6) Hold Key To place an internal or external call on hold. (7) Transfer Key Allows the station user to transfer established calls to another station, without attendant assistance. (8) Speaker Key To control the built-in speaker which can be used for:...
  • Page 14 (a) Up/Down DOWN Move the highlighted area one line up Used to adjust speaker/receiver volume, and the screen. ringer volume. Move the highlighted area one line • Speaker/Receiver Volume: Down down the screen. Press ( ) or ( ) key during conversation. •...
  • Page 15: Installation Procedure

    Installation Procedure (16) Soft Keys Any feature shown at the bottom of the LCD is available. The appropriate feature key is displayed on the screen according to the call handling process. (17) Help Key To call up explanations of the Soft Keys on the LCD.
  • Page 16 Attaching Faceplate and DESI Printer Sheet • Attaching or Removing Faceplate and STEP 1: After replacing the DESI Printer Sheet on DESI Printer Sheet the terminal, attach the Faceplate. Removing Faceplate and DESI Printer Sheet STEP 2: At each corner, press the locking pin back Remove DESI Printer Sheet using the following: into place.
  • Page 17 Attach the Faceplate securely. If not, the terminal will not operate correctly because a key is being pushed by the Faceplate. • Adjusting Angle of Tilt Legs The height can be adjusted by moving the legs attached to the bottom of the terminal. STEP 3: Turn the terminal over (key side up).
  • Page 18 • Removing or Attaching Tilt Legs Removing Tilt Legs STEP 1: Turn the terminal over (key side down). STEP 2: Lower the Tilt Legs to first position. For details refer to Lowering Tilt Legs. STEP 3: Remove stopper protrusion (a, b) from the groove of the Tilt Legs (A, B) and place them flat against the terminal.
  • Page 19: Connecting Lan Cable

    Connect the LAN cable to the terminal using the following: An ILPA-R UNIT is required when PoE Hub supports NEC Proprietary Protocol (The ILPA-R UNIT converts IEEE802.3af to NEC Proprietary Protocol). When an ILPA-R UNIT is used, the 1000BASE-T is not available.
  • Page 20: Wall Mounting

    Note: When disconnecting the AC adapter, remove the LAN Wall Mounting cable, then disconnect the adapter. Wall mounting the terminal requires the Wall • Attaching Directory Card Mount Unit (WM-L UNIT). The Directory Card can be used to record numbers dialed often or other information.
  • Page 22 • How to Mount Unit The following shows the procedure for wall mounting. STEP 1: Turn terminal over (key side down). STEP 2: Remove the hanger hook from the terminal, reverse it and reinsert it to the terminal. STEP 3: Turn the terminal over, and spread the Tilt Legs.
  • Page 23: Phone Start Up And Menu Screen

    Phone Start Up and Menu Screen The screen that is displayed right after starting up the phone depends on whether you start up the phone by using an XML application without its home URL registered or with its home URL registered.
  • Page 24 Desktop Screen (ITL-12CG-3) Service/ Cursor icon Description Status icon Icon The LCD of DT730G displays icons which Status provide notification when events (such as Icon missed call and voice mail) occur. For details of status icons, see Status Icons. 4-line Displays LCD information sent from the system.
  • Page 25: Menu Screen

    Menu Screen (ITL-12DG-3) • Press to display the menu screen. Menu The screen displayed as the Portal icon is the screen of the XML application that is registered History Phone as the home URL. Directory Setting Setting History Directory Service Ubiquitous Tourist •...
  • Page 26 [ITL-12CG-3] Menu/Icon Description To view Call History; the history (1) History data stored in the server (system) memory (see Lowercase Character) and that stored in the memory of the Service Setting History Directory telephone, such as the histories of missed calls, dialed numbers, and Ubiquitous Tourist City Map Restaurants &...
  • Page 27 Menu/Icon Description Menu/Icon Description When the home URL is not When you select the Phone icon, a (5) Phone/ registered, Phone screen icon is pop-up screen is displayed on an Portal displayed. XML application screen. (For (9) Phone icon details, see Pop-up Windows.
  • Page 28: Shortcut Menu

    • Starting Up XML Application STEP 2: XML Application will start up. DT730G has an XML browser function. You can display the information of XML application installed Ubiquitous Tourist in an external server onto the LCD of DT730G and use various services in collaboration with the XML Hotel application.
  • Page 29: Status Icons

    The following icons are displayed: Feature Icon Description Press Enter Key This icon appears when there is a Missed Call missed call. Once you check the missed call, this icon will disappear. [Shortcut Menu] Answer Missed Calls: 2 This icon provides notification of Menu WXYZ 2 Voice Mail...
  • Page 30: Soft Keys

    Soft Keys RINGING Soft Keys on DT730G provide a set of functions 3-18 TUE 3:49PM on the LCD that adapts to the changing state of the CALLING telephone. STA 101 Voice VMsg  Note: Patterns and names of Soft Keys to be displayed are set at installation.
  • Page 31 Example 1: DO NOT DISTURB Example 2: CALL FORWARD STEP 1: STEP 1: Press (Down Arrow). Press (Down Arrow).   3-18 TUE 3:49PM 3-18 TUE 3:49PM STA 150 STA 150 List VMsg List VMsg   STEP 2: STEP 2: Press Prog.
  • Page 32: Multi-window

    Multi-Window [ITL-12CG-3] DT730G can display multiple windows at a time. As it is possible to launch multiple applications simultaneously, you can switch the displays quickly. If you receive an incoming call while Service Setting History Directory displaying an application screen, you can operate Ubiquitous Tourist Hotel City Map...
  • Page 33 • Normally, only the Portal icon is displayed on the [ITL-12CG-3] Desktop screen right after the phone is set up. [ITL-12CG-3] Directory Service Setting History Ubiquitous Tourist Restaurants & Reservation Area: Ubiquitous City Hotel Chinese Restaurant Transportation: by walking Directory Service Setting Categories:...
  • Page 34 • Switching Local Applications [ITL-12CG-3] Local applications such as History, Directory, and Setting are displayed in one window. [ITL-12CG-3] Setting Directory Service History Ubiquitous Tourist City Map Restaurants & Reservation Hotel (Bookings/Reservation) River North Area: Ubiquitous City 2010 June Area: Area: Ubiquitous City Hotel...
  • Page 35 • Normally, only the Portal icon is displayed on the [ITL-12CG-3] Desktop screen right after the phone is set up. [ITL-12CG-3] 7:25 MON 26 MAR 2012 31313 >>> 7:25 MON 26 MAR 2012 31313 >>> [ITL-12DG-3] When a home URL is not registered: History Phone [ITL-12DG-3]...
  • Page 36 • Launching the Fifth Application [ITL-12CG-3] You can launch up to four XML applications including Portal at a time. If you try to launch a fifth application, an error message to ask you to exit one of the currently running applications is displayed. While this error message is displayed, you cannot execute any operations on XML applications.
  • Page 37 • Application exit screen is displayed. Currently [ITL-12CG-3] running XML application icons excluding the Portal are displayed. Select an application to exit. Now you can launch a new application. [ITL-12CG-3] Service Setting History Directory Ubiquitous Tourist Air Ticket Reservation Restaurants & Reservation Hotel (Bookings/Reservation) Ubiquitous Air...
  • Page 38: Pop-up Windows

    • Icon Display at XML Application Update [ITL-12DG-3] The service icons displayed on the menu screen are reduced screen images of actual XML application History Portal screens. The icon and the actual application display Directory Hotel may differ because the system cannot iconize the Service screen image until it actually displays the application Setting...
  • Page 39 • Exiting a Pop-Up Window [ITL-12DG-3] A pop-up window closes when: • is pressed to display the menu screen. Menu • The phone goes on-hook. 7:25 MON 12 MAR 201 • The call is abandoned before being answered. >>> • XML application server directs to do so.
  • Page 40 This page is for your notes.
  • Page 41: Setup With Up/down Key

    ERMINAL ETUP This chapter describes operating procedures for • Adjust Ringer Tone terminal settings. Various terminal settings such as display, sounds, password and language are STEP 1: Press during (Up) (Down) available. ringing. Setup With Up/Down Key 3-18 TUE 1:37PM RING •...
  • Page 42: Setup With Menu Key

    Setup with Menu Key [User Setting] • Enable/Disable Off-Hook Ringing Incoming Call The procedure below shows how to enable/disable Talk Off-hook ringing. Display STEP 1: Display the Menu screen, select Setting. Change Password STEP 2: Select User Setting. Security Select an item by one of the following operations. Peripherals •...
  • Page 43 STEP 5: To disable/enable the off-hook ringing, choose Disable or Enable. Select an item by one of the following operations. [Setting] • Highlight an item by using , and press User Setting Download • Press , and press or OK. Data Backup/Restore [Offhook Ring] Disable...
  • Page 44 STEP 4: Select Headset Ring. Select an item by one of the following operations. Default setting is Disabled. • Highlight an item by using , and press or OK. • To Set Ringer Tone • Press The procedure below shows how to change the [Incoming Call] ringer tone for internal call and external call.
  • Page 45 STEP 3: STEP 5: Select Incoming Call. Select External Call when setting the ringer tone for external calls. Select Select an item by one of the following operations. Internal Call when setting the ringer • Highlight an item by using , and press tone for internal calls.
  • Page 46 Frequency (Hz) Menu Item Remarks [External Call] 15 Download 1 – Automatic 16 Download 2 – Tone Type 1 17 Download 3 – Tone Type 2 Tone Type 3 Note: When selecting Automatic or not performing this ringer Tone Type 4 tone setting, Tone Type 1 is automatically applied.
  • Page 47 • Set Illumination Pattern for Call Indication Lamp [User Setting] The procedure below shows how to set the Incoming Call illumination pattern (color of Call Indicator Lamp). Talk STEP 1: Display the Menu screen, select Setting. Display STEP 2: Select User Setting.
  • Page 48 STEP 5: Select External Call when setting the illumination pattern for external calls. Select Internal Call when setting the [External Call] illumination pattern for internal call. Automatic Select an item by one of the following operations. Disable • Highlight an item by using , and press or OK.
  • Page 49 • Enable/Disable RTP Alarm The procedure below shows how to enable/disable [User Setting] RTP alarm. Incoming Call STEP 1: Display the Menu screen, select Setting. Talk STEP 2: Select User Setting. Display Select an item by one of the following operations. Change Password •...
  • Page 50 STEP 5: • Enable/Disable DTMF Tone Select Automatic, Disable or Enable (see the following table). The procedure below shows how to enable/disable Select an item by one of the following operations. DTMF Tone. • Highlight an item by using , and press STEP 1: Display the Menu screen, select Setting.
  • Page 51 STEP 5: Select Automatic, Disable or Enable (see the following table). [User Setting] Select an item by one of the following operations. Incoming Call • Highlight an item by using , and press Talk • Press , and press or OK. Display Change Password [DTMF Tone]...
  • Page 52 • Set Key TouchTone The procedure below shows how to set the Key [User Setting] Touch Tone. Key Touch Tone is a tone generated Incoming Call when the digit keys are pressed while DT730G is Talk off-hook. Display STEP 1: Display the Menu screen, select Setting.
  • Page 53 STEP 5: Select Automatic, No Tone, Tone or Voice. Select an item by one of the following operations. [Setting] • Highlight an item by using , and press User Setting Download • Press , and press or OK. Data Backup/Restore [Key Touch Tone] Automatic No Tone...
  • Page 54 STEP 4: Select Hold Music. Select an item by one of the following operations. [Hold Music] • Highlight an item by using , and press or OK. Default • Press Download [Talk] RTP Alarm DTMF Tone Key Touch Tone Hold Music ...
  • Page 55 • Set Clock Format Determines whether the time is displayed using a [User Setting] 12-hour or 24-hour clock format. Incoming Call Note: This setting is available for Time Display only. Call Log Talk feature displays the time in 24-hour format regardless of this setting.
  • Page 56 STEP 5: • Enable/Disable Volume Level Display Make a selection from the following list. Select an item by one of the following operations. Determines whether or not to display the following • Highlight an item by using , and press volume levels: handset receiver volume, speaker volume, ringer tone volume and LCD contrast.
  • Page 57 STEP 5: Make a selection from the following list. Select an item by one of the following operations. [User Setting] • Highlight an item by using , and press Incoming Call • Press , and press or OK. Talk Display [Local Volume] Change Password Automatic...
  • Page 58 • Set Screen Saver Screen Saver works after the telephone is idle for a [User Setting] certain period of time. The Screen Saver will be displayed from XML server when the XML server is Incoming Call available. If the Screen Saver cannot be Talk downloaded from the XML server, the default Display...
  • Page 59 STEP 5: Choose Screen Saver Mode. Select an item by one of the following operations. Default setting is Disable. • Highlight an item by using , and press The enabled item is highlighted. or OK. • Press STEP 7: The display returns to the Screen Saver screen.
  • Page 60 • Set Brightness of Backlight The following steps show how to set the brightness [User Setting] level of the LCD backlight. Incoming Call STEP 1: Display the Menu screen, select Setting. Talk STEP 2: Select User Setting. Display Select an item by one of the following operations. Change Password •...
  • Page 61 STEP 5: Select a desired brightness level. Select an item by one of the following operations. [Setting] • Highlight an item by using , and press User Setting • Press , and press or OK. Download Data Backup/Restore [Back Light] Level 1 (Bright) Level 2 Level 3...
  • Page 62: Back Light

    STEP 4: Select Font Size. Select an item by one of the following operations. Default setting is Standard. • Highlight an item by using , and press The enabled item is highlighted. or OK. • Press • Set a Language [Display] The following explains how to set a language to be Time Format...
  • Page 63 Display For example, press to select Spanish. Change Password [Language] Security Automatic Peripherals Japanese Usability NEC English  Back NEC Portuguese NEC Spanish STEP 4: Select Language. NEC French Select an item by one of the following operations. German •...
  • Page 64: Set Wallpaper

    • Set Wallpaper The following explains how to set wallpaper. [User Setting] Note: ITL-12DG-3 does not support the wallpaper setting. Incoming Call STEP 1: Display the Menu screen, select Setting. Talk STEP 2: Select User Setting. Display Select an item by one of the following operations. Change Password •...
  • Page 65 STEP 5: Note: Select Wallpaper. When choosing Download, the wallpaper file must be downloaded in advance. If there is no downloaded file, the Select an item by one of the following operations. wallpaper is default. • Highlight an item by using , and press or OK.
  • Page 66 STEP 3: STEP 5: Select Display. Select Font Color. Select an item by one of the following operations. Select an item by one of the following operations. • Highlight an item by using , and press • Highlight an item by using , and press or OK.
  • Page 67 Table of Font Color [ Font Color ] 1 Color 1 Color 2 Color 3 Color 4 Color 5 Color 6 Color 7 Color 8  Back [ Font Color ] Color 9 Color 10 Color 11 Color 12 Color 13 Color 14 Color 15 Color 16...
  • Page 68 • Set Turn Off Display The Turn off Display works after the telephone is [User Setting] idle for a certain period of time. The following shows Incoming Call how to set Turn off Display. Talk STEP 1: Display the Menu screen, select Setting. Display STEP 2: Select...
  • Page 69 STEP 5: STEP 7: Select Turn Off Display. Select Disable, Enable or priority. Select an item by one of the following operations. Select an item by one of the following operations. • Highlight an item by using , and press or OK.
  • Page 70 • Set Backlight Fade Control The following explains how to set Backlight Fade [Turn Off Display] Control. When you set Backlight Fade Control as Turn Off Display Mode Enable, you can turn on/off the LCD smoothly. Wait Time Wait Time STEP 1: Display the Menu screen, select Setting.
  • Page 71 STEP 5: Select Backlight Fade Control. Select an item by one of the following operations. [User Setting] • Highlight an item by using , and press or OK. Incoming Call • Press Talk Display [Advanced] Change Password Wallpaper Security Shortcut Icon Peripherals Font Color Usability...
  • Page 72: Change Password

    STEP 3: Select Change Password. Select an item by one of the following operations. Default value is Enable. • Highlight an item by using , and press or OK. • Change Password • Press To change an existing password, follow the [User Setting] procedure below.
  • Page 73 Note: STEP 7: When the password entry completes The default password is 0000. When changing the password for the first time, enter 0000 as the old successfully, the display changes as password. follows. Press or OK. STEP 5: Enter the new password. After entering the new password, press [Password] Set.
  • Page 74: Incoming Call

    • Safely Remove USB Device The following explains how to remove a connected [Setting] USB device from the terminal. User Setting Note: Be sure to remove the USB device when the terminal is connected to the system. Download Note: Ensure any connected USB device is removed before Data Backup/Restore powering off the terminal.
  • Page 75 STEP 4: STEP 6: Ensure USB Memory is specified. Press or OK. Select an item by one of the following operations. [Remove] • Highlight an item by using, press or OK. • Press Are you sure? [Peripherals] USB Memory Back STEP 7: When Remove complete! is displayed, Back...
  • Page 76 • Set Usability The procedure below shows how to set the [User Setting] operation of Help key while pop-up window is Incoming Call displayed. Talk STEP 1: Display the Menu screen, select Setting. Display STEP 2: Select User Setting. Change Password Select an item by one of the following operations.
  • Page 77 STEP 5: • Reset Telephone Settings Choose the desired Help key mode. Select an item by one of the following operations. The following explains how to clear personal data off • Highlight an item by using , and press the telephone. STEP 1: Display the Menu screen, select Setting.
  • Page 78 [User Setting] [Setting Reset] Talk Are you sure? Display Change Password Security Peripherals Usability Setting Reset Back Back STEP 4: Enter the password. After entering the password, press or OK. When the password entry ends in failure, the following error message is issued. In that case, press OK and [Setting Reset] make a retry.
  • Page 79 • Download a File You can download files for Music on Hold, Ringer [Setting] Tone, Directory and Wallpaper. User Setting When downloading these files, the DT730G needs Download to be connected to the network that has FTP (TFTP server). Data Backup/Restore Note: For details on the FTP/TFTP service, contact the System Administrator.
  • Page 80 STEP 5: Choose a protocol used by the server which stores the download file. Select an item by one of the following operations. [Download Menu] • Highlight an item by using , and press Download Files Download Address • Press , and press or OK.
  • Page 81 STEP 11: Enter a password. Enter a User ID by pressing digit keys, and press [User ID] or OK. Input a user ID. [Password] Input a password. Back Back For details on character entry method, see How to Input Characters. STEP 10: For details on character entry method, see How to Input...
  • Page 82 [FTP Settings] [FTP Settings] User ID User ID Password Password Folder Folder Back Back STEP 15: Select Download Address. STEP 13: Enter the directory where the download file Select an item by one of the following operations. is stored. After entering the directory, press or OK.
  • Page 83 STEP 16: STEP 18: Enter an IP address of the FTP/TFTP Select file to be downloaded. server which stores the download file. For example, to set the IP address of 10.41.208.205, When downloading a file enter 10*41*208*205 [separate with an asterisk (*)]. Select Hold Music and go for Music on Hold...
  • Page 84 STEP 20: The default file name will be displayed. When downloading a file for Music on Hold, File Format Maximum Size the default file name is MOH.wav. -law 8kHz/s wav. µ under 32 seconds [Hold Music] When downloading a file for Directory, the default file name is Directory.csv.
  • Page 85 Note: While "Saving..." is displayed on the LCD, do not to power OFF the DT730G. [Wallpaper] STEP 23: When the downloading process completes, Input a file name. the following is displayed. WallPaper.bmp Download Complete! Cancel Exec Exit File Format Maximum Size STEP 24: The display returns to the Download Files bmp/jpg/gif/png...
  • Page 86 • Backup Personal Settings STEP 4: Select Protocol. Select an item by one of the following operations. You can backup personal settings of DT730G to • Highlight an item by using , and press FTP/TFTP server. To back up the setting data, the or OK.
  • Page 87 [Backup/Restore] [Protocol] Data Backup Data Restore TFTP Server Address Protocol FTP Settings Back  Back STEP 8: Select User ID. Select an item by one of the following operations. STEP 6: The display returns to the Backup/Restore • Highlight an item by using , and press screen.
  • Page 88 STEP 11: Enter a password. Enter a password by using digit keys, and press or OK. [User ID] Input a user ID. [Password] Input a password. Back Back For details on character entry method, see How to Input STEP 12: The display returns to the FTP Settings Characters.
  • Page 89 STEP 13: STEP 15: Enter the destination directory of the FTP/ Select Server Address. TFTP server. Select an item by one of the following operations. After entering the directory, press or OK. • Highlight an item by using , and press or OK.
  • Page 90 STEP 17: Note: The display returns to the Backup/Restore A maximum of 20 characters ("0-9", "A-Z", "a-z", "*", "#", ".", "-" or "_") can be entered as a file name. screen. Select Data Backup. Select an item by one of the following operations. When changing the default file name, press BK once to •...
  • Page 91 STEP 3: Select Data Backup/Restore. Select an item by one of the following operations. Check Points Actions • Highlight an item by using , and press Incorrect IP address of FTP/ or OK. Set the proper IP address of TFTP server has been entered FTP/TFTP server.
  • Page 92 STEP 5: Choose a protocol used by the server which stores the backup file. [Backup/Restore] Select an item by one of the following operations. • Highlight an item by using , and press Data Backup Data Restore • Press , and press or OK.
  • Page 93 STEP 9: STEP 11: Enter a User ID. Enter a password. Enter a User ID by using digit keys, then press Enter a password by using digit keys, and press or OK. or OK. [Password] [User ID] Input a user ID. Input a password.
  • Page 94 STEP 13: STEP 15: Enter the directory where the backup file is Select Server Address. stored. Select an item by one of the following operations. Enter the directory and press or OK. • Highlight an item by using , and press or OK.
  • Page 95 STEP 17: Note: The display returns to the Backup/Restore A maximum of 20 characters ("0-9", "A-Z", "a-z", "*", "#", ".", "-" or "_") can be entered as a file name. screen. Select Data Restore. Select an item by one of the following operations. •...
  • Page 96 This page is for your notes.
  • Page 97: To Login

    ASIC PERATION STEP 4: This chapter describes the basic operation of the If the Login ID and password is accepted, display changes to normal idle status. DT730G. 3-18 TUE 7:18AM To Login STA 150 List VMsg  STEP 1: When login mode is activated, the telephone prompts for Login ID and Password.
  • Page 98: To Make An External Call

    To Make an External Call To Make an Internal Call When dialed telephone number is registered in When dialed station number is registered in Personal Directory, the corresponding name Personal Directory, the corresponding name information will be displayed on LCD while you are information will be displayed on LCD while you are hearing a ringback tone or are engaged in a hearing a ringback tone or are engaged in a...
  • Page 99: To Answer An External Call

    To Answer an External Call To Hold a Call STEP 1: STEP 1: You hear the ringing tone. The Call While engaged in a Two-party call: Indicator Lamp flashes red. STEP 2: Press to hold the call in progress. HOLD Line 001 3-18 TUE 8:30AM ABC Corp...
  • Page 100: To Transfer A Call

    To Transfer a Call • To Set STEP 1: Press Speaker STEP 1: During a conversation, press Transfer Receive Special Dial Tone. The first party is STEP 2: Dial 751. placed on hold and hears the music on STEP 3: Press the desired One-Touch Speed hold.
  • Page 101: Last Number Redial

    STEP 4: Dial the destination telephone number. One-Touch Speed Calling key for feature access: One-Touch Speed Calling key may be used as a 2145551212 SYS 0001 feature key by storing the feature access code. The features may be programmed on a system basis by the Telephony Server Administrator.
  • Page 102: Redial

    or until a desired number is STEP 3: STEP 2: Press #. The number on the display is Press automatically redialed. displayed. Note: A-law Countries [Europe, Australia, Russia, Latin America, Middle near East, other Asian nations]: Redial µ-law Countries [North America]: XXXXX2 Note: Delete...
  • Page 103: Voice Call

    STEP 3: STEP 2: Press All soft key. Station A dials a desired Station Number (Station C). Redial Station Number of Station C XXXXX1 3-18 TUE 8:30AM Cancel TALKING TO STA 105 Voice Call STEP 3: After Station C answers the transferred call, Station A presses ADD softkey.
  • Page 104: Do Not Disturb

    Do Not Disturb STEP 3: Press Cncl. SET DND • To Set STEP 1: Press (Down Arrow), then Prog when  Cncl the telephone is in idle state (on-hook). 3-18 TUE 8:30AM STA 101 Prog STEP 2: Press DND. PGM/Save-Menu Cfwd ...
  • Page 105: How To Input Characters

    How to Input Characters • Character Entry Mode When entering characters from the telephone set, This section explains how to enter characters on the following three modes are available: the text input screen such as Name or User ID, uppercase alphabetical character, lowercase etc.
  • Page 106 The enabled entry mode is indicated in the top To display the SubMenu screen, press HELP or portion of the LCD screen. Option while the text input screen is displayed. Also, the following operations are available from the SubMenu screen. SubMenu Change-word Word-case...
  • Page 107 • Character Code List Character Code for English (1/2)
  • Page 108 Character Code for English (2/2)
  • Page 109 Character Code for Russian...
  • Page 110 Character Code for Turkish...
  • Page 111 Character Code for European Languages Other Than English...
  • Page 112 Number Code...
  • Page 113 • Character Entry Method STEP 3: Press or OK on the SubMenu to (Enter) go back to the text input screen. The following example of character entry shows how to enter “Ken Kobus”. [Name] STEP 1: Press twice to enter “K”. Input a name.
  • Page 114 [Name] [Name] Input a name. Input a name. Option Back Option Back STEP 6: Press HELP or Option to display SubMenu STEP 8: Press twice to enter “K”. screen, and select Word-case to switch the text input mode from lowercase to [Name] uppercase.
  • Page 115 SubMenu [Name] Change-word Input a name. Word-case Word-width Delete Copy Kobus Paste Option Back Space  Cancel STEP 12: Press or OK. (Enter) STEP 10: Press or OK on the SubMenu to (Enter) • To Overwrite Characters go back to text input screen. STEP 1: Place the cursor at the left of the characters to be overwritten.
  • Page 116 STEP 3: • To Copy and Paste Characters On the following SubMenu screen, select Overwrite/Insert and press (Enter) STEP 1: While characters which you want to copy or OK. (Right-cursor) are displayed, press HELP or Option. SubMenu [Name] Return Input a name. Overwrite/Insert ABCDE Option...
  • Page 117 STEP 3: lace the cursor at the starting point of the target characters by using (Left-cursor) and press Start. [Name] Input a name. [Copy] Input a name. ABCDE ABCDE Option Back Start Back STEP 6: On the SubMenu screen, select Paste and press (Enter)
  • Page 118: Security Mode

    STEP 7: The copied characters “CD” are inserted as follows: [Name] Input a name. CDABCDE Option Back Security Mode DT730G has a Security mode which prevents Note: After a third attempt (if uncorrected password is entered unauthorized access and information leakage three times consecutively), the telephone locks up, and from the terminal.
  • Page 119 • To Lock the Telephone STEP 1: Press Security on the telephone. The following message is displayed on LCD. STEP 2: Enter the password and press (Enter) OK. Security Lamp goes off and Security Mode is canceled. STEP 2: Press or OK to place DT730G in Note: (Enter)
  • Page 120 After a third attempt (if incorrect password is entered three times consecutively), the following error message is issued. Press or OK. The telephone locks up, and any key operation will be disabled for 10 minutes. Wait for 10 minutes, make a retry. Please note emergency calls cannot be completed during the 10 minutes terminal lock out period.
  • Page 121: Phonebook

    Phonebook • Available Characters in Local Phonebook System Phonebook The following tables show the characters available The System Phonebook is used on a system in the Local Phonebook. basis. The data entry is made by the Telephony Server Administrator. Uppercase Character...
  • Page 122 Lowercase Character...
  • Page 123 IRECTORY PERATION STEP 6: This chapter explains the DT730G Directory After entering the name or telephone, press key. features. HOLD STEP 7: The following list appears. Select a desired To Add New Data group by entering a number. STEP 1: Press the key.
  • Page 124: To Find Registered Data

    To Find Registered Data DESCRIPTION STEP 1: Press the key. The menu screen is Menu displayed. Search data from the name list registered in Name the directory. STEP 2: Select Directory then press (Enter) or OK softkey (or press key). Display the lists registered to each group Group (01~20 groups).
  • Page 125: To Make A Call From Directory

    [SEARCH MENU] TLBK1: SEARCH MEMORY > NAME [0-299] MENU The following display is an example of dial by name. To Make a Call from Directory Note: While the Directory screen is being displayed, you cannot make a call by dialing a telephone number. 2142622000 Dial STEP 1:...
  • Page 126 STEP 3: STEP 5: Select User Setting then press Select Prefix then press (Enter), (Enter), (Right-cursor) or press (Right-cursor) or press key. key. STEP 6: Select Prefix then press (Enter), (Right-cursor) or press key. STEP 4: Select Talk then press (Enter), (Right-cursor) or press key.
  • Page 127: To Delete All Data

    STEP 7: STEP 3: Enter a prefix using the digit keys. After Select : DeleteAll then press entering the prefix press (Enter). (Enter) or press key. 1: REGIST 2: SEARCH 3: SETTING 4: DeleteAll The following is a sample display of a deleted number: TLBK1: DELETE ALL DATA INPUT PWD: 4DIGIT...
  • Page 128 [SEARCH MENU] NAME STEP 5: With the cursor key or softkey select the search method to be used. STEP 6: Select a specific group to be deleted (e.g., Group 01). 1: NEC 2142622000 STEP 7: Select 1: NEC. 2142622000 Dial...
  • Page 129: To View Call History

    ISTORY PERATION This chapter explains Call History of DT730G. By using Call History, you can make a call with simple LIST MENU operation. Redial Call History allows the telephone to register up to STEP 4: 50 records into its memory. If the number of Detailed information of the last call is displayed.
  • Page 130: Store Call History Data To Speed Dial

    To Delete Call History Data STEP 4: Detailed information of the last call is displayed. STEP 1: Press the key. The menu screen is Menu displayed. Redial - 01 2142622000 STEP 2: Select History then press (Enter)  Store or press key.
  • Page 131: To Launch Photo Frame Application

    APPENDIX : PHOTO FRAME APPLICATION Display Sample and Key Operations The Photo Frame application allows the DT730G LCD to display image files which are loaded from The following shows the display sample and key a USB memory or downloaded from a XML server. operations for the Photo Frame application.
  • Page 132: How To Use The Photo Frame Application Using Usb Memory

    • Configuration for Photo Frame Application By the aspect ratio of an image file, some portions of the image file may be displayed in black color. Also, when By pressing Soft Key 4 (the soft key on the far the size of the image file to be displayed is smaller than right)) while the Photo Frame application is the size of an LCD, the relative position of the image file activated, you can configure the setting of Photo...
  • Page 133 When two or more Service URLs are registered, Service screen appears. [Service] Service 1 Service 2 3-18 TUE 8:30AM STA 101 List VMsg  Be sure to confirm the USB Connection icon is  Menu displayed on the LCD. Photo Frame application has been launched. STEP 2: Press Menu to display the Menu screen, and select Service.
  • Page 134 • Sort Setting STEP 3: Choose File Name. Select an item by one of the following operations. STEP 1: Press Soft Key 4 (the soft key on the far • Highlight an item by using , and press right) while the Photo Frame application is activated.
  • Page 135 STEP 2: STEP 4: On the Photo Frame Setting screen, Choose whether to Enable/Disable the select Slide Show. Slide Show Mode. Select an item by one of the following operations. Select an item by one of the following operations. • Highlight an item by using , and press •...
  • Page 136 STEP 6: Specify interval time. Enter the interval time to switch with digit [Photo Frame Setting] keys, and press or OK. Sorting [Interval (s)] Slide Show Input interval time to switch Peripherals 3-999 (Seconds) Back STEP 2: On the Photo Frame Setting screen, Delete Back select...
  • Page 137 STEP 3: STEP 5: Ensure that USB Memory is specified. Press or OK. Select an item by one of the following operations. • Highlight an item by using, press or OK. [Remove] • Press Are you sure? [Peripherals] USB Memory Back STEP 6: Press...
  • Page 138 3-18 TUE 8:30AM STA 101 List VMsg  Note: Be sure to confirm that the USB icon ( ) has disappeared from the screen. Note: When you turn off the power of terminal, be sure to remove the USB memory beforehand.
  • Page 139: Menu List: Dt730g (itl-12cg-3)

    Menu List: DT730G (ITL-12CG-3) Menu Item Description Menu Press to display the Menu screen. Menu History Select this option to view the Call History data. Also, you can add the history data to the directory. Select this option to access the directory feature. There are the following three types of directory Directory features: Personal Directory, Phonebook and Corporate Directory.
  • Page 140 Menu List for Setting Menu Item Description Default Value Setting 1 User Setting Select this option to configure the user setting of DT730G. – 1 Incoming Call Select this option to set up for incoming calls. – 1 Ring Volume Not used.
  • Page 141 Menu Item Description Default Value 1 Screen Saver Select this option to specify whether to use a Screen Saver. Disable Mode 2 Wait Time Select this option to specify the Wait Time to launch a Screen Saver. 120 min Select this option to set the brightness of the backlight. 4 Back Light Level 2 1.
  • Page 142 Menu Item Description Default Value Select this option to setup the usage of the peripheral equipment of 6 Peripherals DT730G. – 1. USB Memory Select this option when removing a USB memory from the terminal. Select this option to set up for the operation of the Help key while Pop- 7 Usability –...
  • Page 143 Menu Item Description Default Value 3 Server Address Select this option to enter an IP address of the FTP/TFTP server. 0.0.0.0 Select this option to select a protocol of the server (either FTP or 4 Protocol TFTP). 5 FTP Settings Select this option to set necessary data when using FTP service.
  • Page 144: Menu List: Dt730g (itl-12dg-3)

    Menu List: DT730G (ITL-12DG-3) Menu Item Description Menu Press to display the Menu screen. Menu History Select this option to view the Call History data. Also, you can add the history data to the directory. Select this option to access the directory feature. There are the following three types of directory Directory features: Personal Directory, Phonebook and Corporate Directory.
  • Page 145 Menu List for Setting Menu Item Description Default Value Setting 1 User Setting Select this option to configure the user setting of DT730G. – 1 Incoming Call Select this option to set up for incoming calls. – 1 Ring Volume Not used.
  • Page 146 Menu Item Description Default Value 3 Display Select this option to set up for the LCD display. – Automatic (12- 1 Time Format Choose between 12-hour or 24-hour clock format. hour format) Specify whether to display the following volume levels: handset Automatic 2 Local Volume receiver volume, speaker volume, ringer tone volume and LCD...
  • Page 147 Menu Item Description Default Value 2 Download Set the data required when downloading a file. – Select this option to download files for Music on Hold, ringer tone, 1 Download Files – Directory and Wallpaper. 1 Hold Music Select this option to download a file for Music on Hold. MOH.wav 2 Ring Tone Select this option to download files for ringer tones (Download 1 to 3).
  • Page 148 This page is for your notes.
  • Page 149 ROGRAMMING To Login Web Programming allows you to configure the terminal settings of DT730G from the PC. An web Follow the steps below to open the Web browser (Internet Explorer, etc.) is used to access Programming. Web Programming. It is not necessary to install any special application software onto the PC.
  • Page 150 Note: Enter the same password used when logging into the DT730G. “0000” is used as the default password Note: For IP address of the DT730G, contact the System Administrator. Note: If the login screen does not appear, check the LAN connection status and entered IP address.
  • Page 151 To Logout Follow the steps below to exit the Web Programming. STEP 1: Logout Click button at the lower left of the screen.
  • Page 152: How To Operate

    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 15 minutes have passed leaving the PC without operation after log in to Web Programming, the user is forcibly logged out from the Web Programming.
  • Page 153 STEP 4: A confirmation dialog appears. Click button on the dialog.
  • Page 154 This page is for your notes.
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