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    PREFACE Thank you for using Fujitsu’ s IP Centrex Telephone. This guide provides descriptions and procedures for the Fujitsu SRS 12i / 24i IP Centrex Telephone. You may find it helpful to read the instructions before you start using the...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 - PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS ........ 1-1 CHAPTER 2 – OPERATION ............2-1 PLACING HANDSET CALLS ..............2-1 RECEIVING HANDSET CALLS ............2-1 PLACING HANDSFREE CALLS ............2-1 RECEIVING HANDSFREE CALLS (OPTION) ......... 2-1 PLACING HEADSET CALLS (HEADSET MODE SELECTED IN OPTION) .. 2-1 RECEIVING HEADSET CALLS (HEADSET MODE SELECTED IN OPTION)2-2 SWITCHING BETWEEN HANDSET AND HANDSFREEMODES ....

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    SOFTWARE VERSION DISPLAY (OPTION 29) ........3-22 CHAPTER 4 – ACCESSORIES ............4-1 LABELING THE SET ................4-1 SRS-12I AND SRS-24I COVER REMOVAL ..........4-1 SRS-12I AND SRS-24I HANDSET ............4-2 WALLMOUNT KIT ................4-2 APPENDIX A – MISCELLANEOUS ........... A-1...

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    FCC REQUIREMENTS The Fujitsu SRS-12i / 24i IP Centrex Telephone complies with Part 68 of the FCC Rules. The FCC Part 68 Label is located on the bottom of the enclosure.

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    Raleigh, NC 27609 1-800-298-9007 IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION The Fujitsu SRS-12i / 24i IP Centrex Telephone should be used in accordance with all instructions and precautions provided in this guide. • Read and understand all instructions. • Install cords where they cannot be a hazard to anyone walking nearby.

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    Verify that all are included prior to beginning installation. 1 – IP Centrex Telephone (SRS-12i / 24i), 1 – Handset, 1 – Handset Cord, 1 – Category 5 Ethernet Line Cord, 1 – User Guide (CD), 1 – Quick Reference Card, 1 –...

  • Page 8: Chapter 1 - Part Names And Functions

    CHAPTER 1 – PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS SRS-12i (front view) Speaker Display Softkeys Multi-function Buttons Microphone Function Buttons SRS-24i (front view) Speaker Display Softkeys Multi-function Buttons Microphone Function Buttons...

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    LAN & PC Connection DC Power (10/100 Ethernet) Connection SRS-12i / 24i (rear view) Rear Product Label Hand/headset Label Connection SRS-12i / 24i (botom view)

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    Display – Shows the call state, caller ID, dialed digits, network call control messages, and elapsed time during calls. When not on a call, the date and time of day are displayed. Multifunction Buttons – These buttons are assigned to call appearances or network features or one-touch numbers.

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    Rear Legs – Adjusts height of the set. Handset/Headset Connector – Connects the Handset/Headset cord to the telephone. Product Label – Product Model, Part Number, Serial Number, MAC Address, and UL Certification information. FCC Label – Information on FCC Part 68 and HAC compliance.

  • Page 12: Chapter 2 - Operation

    CHAPTER 2 – OPERATION Placing Handset Calls 1. Pick up the handset. This will normally provide dial tone. If not, press the desired idle Call Appearance button. 2. Dial the desired number. 3. Converse with the called party, then hang up. Notes: •...

  • Page 13: Receiving Headset Calls (headset Mode Selected In Option)2-2

    Receiving Headset Calls (Headset mode selected in option) 1. Press SPKR, and if necessary, press the green-flashing Call Appearance button. 2. Converse with the calling party. 3. When your conversation ends, hang up by pressing SPKR. Note: These procedures assume that the phone is set to ringing line preference or primary line preference.

  • Page 14: Drop

    Conference by using Address Book 1. In order to add the third party for conference call, press ADR BOOK while you are on the active call. 2. Select the phone number to be called from Address Book display on top line. 3.

  • Page 15: One-touch Calling

    Warning: The below procedure assumes that both the screener and the call recipient have a Fujitsu SRS 12i / 24i IP Centrex Telephone. If the call screener has some other telephone set, the exact procedure may be different. 1. Press the Directory Number designated for Call Announce Intercom. The intercom Directory Number indicator lights normally.

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    Outgoing Calls Calls originating from your telephone. Viewing the Unanswered Call Log The LED will light red on the CALL LOG button when there is an unanswered call. In order to look at both Incoming Answered and Unanswered Call Log, follow the steps below: 1.

  • Page 17: Address Book (personal Directory)

    Address Book (Personal Directory) The Fujitsu SRS 12i / 24i IP Centrex Telephone has an Address Book feature that allows for storage of up to 50 names and associated telephone numbers in the set. Names may be up to 16 characters long, and telephone numbers may be up to 30 characters long.

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    Press either ADR Book to exit this section or Call Log to add/edit more entries. To delete entry 1. Press ADR BOOK. >01=BILL HALEY 02=FUJITSU 2. Move the cursor by pressing (up) and (down) to the entry desired to be deleted.

  • Page 19: Network Features

    Press either ADR Book to exit this section or Call Log to add/edit more entries. Key Label Network Features The followings are some of the network features that the Fujitsu SRS 12i / 24i IP Centrex Telephone supports. Consult your service provider for more details if needed.

  • Page 20: Chapter 3 - User Operation Settings

    CHAPTER 3 – USER OPERATION SETTINGS The Fujitsu SRS 12i / 24i IP Centrex Telephone has a menu from which selections can be made to change local features. There are a total of 29 menu selections: Option 1. ONE-TOUCH – Registering or clearing One-Touch keys Option 2.

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    The procedures to set local features require the use of the softkeys located below display. 12:59 SUN APR 30 CLEAR ENTER OPTIONS Selecting a Menu Option To display the menu options: 1: ONE-TOUCH 2: CALENDAR 3: INITIAL (SELECT 1-29) CLEAR ENTER OPTIONS 1.

  • Page 22: Programming One-touch (option 1)

    Programming One-Touch (Option 1) Multifunction buttons can be set up to automatically dial numbers. (up to 30 digits each). The numbers that can be programmed are any of the following: 1. Standard telephone numbers, including the outside line access code (usually 9) if required.

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    To program a number that includes pauses and special codes, use the keypad to enter the digits and the HOLD button to enter pauses, which appear on the display as commas. The example shows a standard telephone number followed by a voice mail access code and a voice mail password.

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    Use this feature for any call requiring multiple number entries. For example, use the feature to: • Connect to an alternative public network using the access number and then send the number of the person desired. • Send the sequence of numbers needed to connect to a private network number.

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    3. Complete the procedure in one of these ways: • To change the number, enter a new number. Then press ENTER. The new number appears on the display as entered, and replaces the old number. • To cancel the number, press CLEAR and then ENTER. The button is canceled as a One-Touch button, and the green indicator goes dark.

  • Page 26: Setting The Calendar / Clock (option 2)

    Setting the Calendar / Clock (Option 2) The normal display includes the date, time, and day of the week. This is a manual way to set the clock. Fujitsu SRS 12i / 24i IP Centrex Telephone supports SNTP. Refer to Administrator’ s Guide for more details.

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    6. To accept the year displayed, ’02, press ENTER. Or to change the year, press two numbers for the year desired and then press ENTER. The screen changes to reflect your entry and to prompt for the month. In this example, assume the displayed year is accepted. INPUT MONTH 12:55PM ‘03...

  • Page 28: Initializing The Phone (option 3)

    Initializing the Phone (Option 3) This feature removes all your One-Touch numbers, Address Book, Call Log and network-determined key assignments. This is useful when the phone is assigned to a new user. Warning: If the phone is initialized accidentally, refer to the Administrator’ s Guide, Key Attributes Configuration section or ask your System Administrator for assistance.

  • Page 29: Call Log (option 4)

    Call Log (Option 4) This feature allows users to support Call Log service to all multifunction keys or selected keys, or not support at all. 1. Press OPTIONS, numeric key “4”, then ENTER. CALL LOG SERVICE MODE SUPPORTED (ALL) Note: If ALL (default) is previously set, all feature buttons light green.

  • Page 30: Enabling And Disabling The Speaker Function (option 5)

    Enabling and Disabling the Speaker Function (Option 5) This feature enables and disables the speakerphone function. 1. Press OPTIONS, numeric key “5”, then ENTER. SPEAKER SERVICE MODE SUPPORTED 2. Press ENTER. 1: SUPPORT 2: NO SUPPORT (SELECT 1-2) 3. Press 1: SUPPORT or 2: NO SUPPORT to select your choice. Then, ENTER. LCD will display as below: SUPPORTED COMPLETED...

  • Page 31: Handsfree, Handset, And Headsetmodes (option 6)

    Handsfree, Handset, and Headset Modes (Option 6) The Fujitsu SRS 12i / 24i IP Centrex Telephone can be set up to use the handset, the speaker, or a headset by selecting from the following modes: Handsfree This feature enables user to talk on the phone in handsfree mode. Make sure the speaker function is set ON for support.

  • Page 32: Changing Ringermode (option 7)

    Changing Ringer Mode (Option 7) This local feature provides the following: • Change the volume and tone of the ringer. • Select the ringer mode, either normal ring or silent ring. • Select the ringing sound to be heard when conversing on another line. Setting Ringer Volume To set the ringer volume, follow these steps: 1.

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    Setting Ringer Tone To set the ringer tone, enter Ringer Service Mode then choose option 2 for TONE: 1. Press numeric key “2”, then ENTER. RINGER TONE MODE MEDIUM 2. Press ENTER. 1: LOW 2: MEDIUM 3: HIGH (SELECT 1-3) 3.

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    Or, press 2 for the silent ring option, then ENTER. The following screen is shown: SILENT COMPLETED Press either asterisk (*) to go back to sub-menu or OPTIONS to exit the option menu. Selecting Ringer Pattern Mode This selection determines the type of ring that announces incoming calls when in an active state;...

  • Page 35: Call Announce Intercom (option 10)

    Call Announce Intercom (Option 10) The Call Announce Intercom feature allows a Fujitsu SRS 12i / 24i IP Centrex Telephone to be set to automatically answer incoming calls. The screener places the incoming call on hold, uses a designated Directory Number to announce the call, and may then transfer the call.

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    1. Press OPTIONS, numeric key “1”, “0”, then ENTER. INTERCOM FEATURE SUPPORTED (ALL) 2. Press ENTER. 1: ALL 2: SELECT 3: NO SUPPORT (SELECT 1-3) Select from the following: 1: ALL: all call appearances will be lit green and will be activated to auto-answer.

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    If no telephone numbers have been programmed in, the Call Announce Intercom feature is disabled, and the screen displays NON SUPPORTED. INTERCOM FEATURE NON SUPPORTED To program the first number and enable Call Announce Intercom, go to step 2. 2. Press ENTER. 1: ONE WAY 2: TWO WAY 3: TURN OFF...

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    6. Have the call screener call your number. Your set will ring once and auto-answer in the Speaker/MIC mode (if TWO WAY was selected). The incoming call information will appear on the display. 919 790-2222 7. To disconnect from the auto-answer call, press the SPKR button. To program a second or third call screener number, see step 8.

  • Page 39: Call Appearance Preference (option 11)

    Call Appearance Preference (Option 11) The Call Appearance Preference options determine which Call Appearance button is selected when going off hook (lift the receiver or press SPKR). Four choices are available: • Ringing line preference. Default setting. Selects the Call Appearance button that is ringing with an incoming call.

  • Page 40: Mic-off (option 12)

    Mic-Off (Option 12) The MIC-OFF button can be used in two modes, the first mode assigns this button to activate/deactivate the telephones microphone. The second model assigns this button for one-touch dialing thus providing an additional one- touch button. The microphone activate/deactivate capability cannot be used when the button is assigned for one-touch operation.

  • Page 41: Mac Address (option 25)

    Press either asterisk (*) to go back to sub-menu or OPTIONS to exit the option menu. Software Version Display (Option 29) This command displays the software version for the Fujitsu SRS 12i / 24i IP Centrex Telephone. Write down the version number on your Quick Reference Card.

  • Page 42: Chapter 4 - Accessories

    World Wide Web site at http://www.fnc.fujitsu.com. For use with the printing application, Fujitsu has included extra laser printer compatible paper templates in the box with the Fujitsu SRS 12i / 24i IP Centrex Telephone. Do not separate the templates until printing is complete.

  • Page 43: Srs-12i And Srs-24i Handset

    SRS-12i and SRS-24i Handset The handset modular plug is located beneath a cover. Insert a pointed object into the notch and pry the cover off to remove the plug. The other end of the handset cord plugs in beneath the telephone.

  • Page 44: Appendix A - Miscellaneous

    APPENDIX A – MISCELLANEOUS INITIAL SETUP PROCEDURE DIAGRAM The following procedure will help a System Administrator, installer, or user to easily set up a Fujitsu SRS-12i /SRS-24i IP Centrex Telephone.

  • Page 45: Glossary

    Glossary Call appearance of a telephone number. Call button A button available for a voice call. CFD/CFB Call forwards incoming calls to a pre-assigned destination number when you “don’t answer” or when your line is “busy”; set up at service subscription . CFV/CFU Call forwards incoming calls to a number you select;...

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    The Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP) is an Internet protocol standard that specifies a way for programs to manage the real- time transmission of multimedia data over either unicast or multicast network services. SNTP Simple Network Time Protocol. A simplified version of NTP – standard protocol used to synchronize system clocks on routers and computer systems throughout the Internet.

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