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Product Description
Part No. 80000PDG03
Issue 1-0, April 2001
Printed in U.S.A.
Basics
Components
Features
Specifications and
Parts List
Glossary

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  • Page 1: Product Description

    Basics Components Features Specifications and Parts List Glossary Product Description Part No. 80000PDG03 Issue 1-0, April 2001 Printed in U.S.A.

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    No representation is made that this manual is complete or accurate in all respects and NEC America, Inc. shall not be liable for any errors or omissions. In no event shall NEC America, Inc.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    ........2 DS1000/2000 Feature Overview ........2 Calling a Co-Worker .

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    4CIDU 4 Circuit Caller ID PCB (P/N 92012)....15 DS1000 Common Equipment ........15 DS1000 Cabinet (P/N 80200) .

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    Intercom Hold ......... 55 DS1000/2000 Product Description...

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    Selectable Display Messaging ........79 Table of Contents DS1000/2000 Product Description...

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    Electrical Specifications ....... . 103 DS1000/2000 Product Description Table of Contents...

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    DS2000 PCBs ........108 DS1000 Common Equipment ......109 Miscellaneous and Optional Equipment .

  • Page 9: Section 1: Basics

    This new concept features Digital Signal Processor (DSP) Technology, on-board flash memory, and field software upgradeability. The compact DS1000 starts with 3 lines, 8 stations, and 4 analog ports. It expands to 6 lines, 16 stations and 8 analog ports just by plugging in a single expansion board.

  • Page 10: Integrating Our Renowned Power Features - Retooled For The Office Of The Future

    DS1000/2000 builds on this base with its totally revamped and redesigned feature set that further enhances the ease-of-use of its digital predecessor. DS1000/2000 brings a new level of speed and sophistication to the features you’ve come to expect from an NEC phone system.

  • Page 11: When Your Call Can't Go Through

    The system analog ports also lets you connect to fax machines and modems. The system allows you to connect a music source for Background Music and Music on Hold, and provides an audio output for External Paging. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 1: Basics...

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    Section 1: Basics Section 1: Basics DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 13: Section 2: Components

    Turn to DS2000 System Configuration on page 18 and DS1000 System Configuration on page 23 for more on these requirements. Also, for your convenience there is a complete Parts List on page 107 at the end of this manual.

  • Page 14: 34-button Display Telephone (p/n 80663)

    Feature Keys ..14 Handsfree ... . Yes DSS/REJ Compatible . . No REJ Compatible ..1 Section 2: Components DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 15: St4 Analog Telephone (p/n 85403w)

    You can install up to 4 DSS Consoles maximum. Depending on your system configuration, the number of DSS Consoles you can install may also be limited by the System Load Factor. See DS2000 System Configuration on page 18 and DS1000 System Configuration on page 23 for more. DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 16: 2-opx Module (p/n 92177a)

    FLASH or a soft key to remotely lock and unlock the entrance door. There is a single relay in DS2000, located on the CPRU. There are two relays in DS1000, one for each Analog Door Box. Digital Door Boxes in DS1000 do not provide relay control.

  • Page 17: Wall Mount Kit (p/n 80579)

    Installs only in 34-Button Super Display and 34-Button Display Telephones. Labelmaker The DS1000/2000 Labelmaker consists of template software (P/N 80055) which, in combination with separately available pre-cut forms, allows you to make custom key labels for each key telephone. These custom key labels can include Speed Dial names and Programmable Function Key descriptions.

  • Page 18: Ds2000 Common Equipment

    Trunks (maximum) ....48 Extensions (maximum) ....96 Accepts only A series PCBs and power supplies. Section 2: Components DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 19: Power Supply (p/ns 80005 And 80005a)

    Conference circuits, DTMF receivers and DTMF generators External music input External Paging output External relay Real Time Clock Battery for short term (14 day) backup of the customer’s site-specific data Diagnostic and status LEDs DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 2: Components...

  • Page 20: 16dstu Digital Station Pcb (p/ns 80021 And 80021a)

    4-Slot Universal ..Any universal slot 8-Slot Universal ..Any universal slot You must install A series 16DSTUs (P/N 80021A) in an 8-Slot Cabinet. Section 2: Components DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 21: 8astu 8 Port Analog Station Pcb (p/ns 80041 And 80041a)

    4-Slot Fixed ..Universal slot 2 only 4-Slot Universal . . Any universal slot but 1 8-Slot Universal . . Any universal slot but 1 You must install A series 4ASTUs (P/N 80040A) in an 8-Slot Cabinet. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 2: Components...

  • Page 22: 8atru 8 Port Analog Trunk Pcb (p/ns 80011 And 80011a)

    In Universal Slot systems, you can install 4ATRU PCBs in any universal slot except the first. You can install either A or non-A series 4ATRU PCBs in 4-Slot Cabinets. You must install A series 4ATRU PCBs in 8-Slot Cabinets. Section 2: Components DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 23: 8cidu 8 Circuit Caller Id Pcb (p/n 80013)

    The compact, wall-mountable DS1000 main equipment cabinet contains all the system’s common control circuitry and provides connection for trunks (outside lines), extensions, Door Boxes and other peripherals. Without the plug in Expansion Board installed, the DS1000 cabinet sup- ports: 3 trunks...

  • Page 24: Ds1000 Expansion Board (p/n 80221)

    The Flash Utility, along with the latest system software files, is available on the System Document CD (P/N 80200DCD**) that is provided with each DS1000 system. The Flash Utility and system software files are also available on the web at ws1.nitsuko.com/ds2000 .

  • Page 25: Db9 Female To Mod-8 Adaptor (p/n 85980)

    P/N 80893 to connect a PC or laptop to the DS2000 RS-232-C serial port. In DS1000, use DB9 Female to Mod-8 Adaptor P/N 85980 along with RJ61X 8-Conductor Cable P/N 80891 (or a standard Mod 8 Patch Cord) to connect a PC or laptop to the DS1000 RS-232-C serial port.

  • Page 26: Ds2000 System Configuration

    4ASTU 4 Port Analog Station PCB P/N 80040A 8ATRU 8 Port Analog Trunk PCB P/N 80011A 4ATRU 4 Port Analog Trunk PCB P/N 80010A Always use the System Load Factor Table to check your system configuration. Section 2: Components DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 27: Ds2000 System Load Factor Calculations

    (2 16DSTU PCBs maximum per power supply) Note: An 8-Slot Cabinet can have up to 3 power supplies. You cannot have more than two 16DSTU PCBs per power supply, regardless of System Load Factor calculations. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 2: Components...

  • Page 28

    16 x 64 x 16 (16 trunks, 64 digital extensions and 16 analog extensions) Recommended for sites with Voice Mail, normal to low trunk usage and low analog extension usage. This configuration requires 3 power supplies. Section 2: Components DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 29: Ds2000 Default Hardware Setup

    Following is the default PCB configuration for a 4 slot cabinet using CPU P/N 80025A equipped with Universal Slot software. Since a 4 slot system allows only 2 16DSTU PCBs, you must reprogram this configuration. Slot Extensions 16DSTU 300-315 16DSTU 316-331 16DSTU 332-347 16DSTU 348-363 DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 2: Components...

  • Page 30: Universal Slot Software

    19 for more. In addition, the 8 Slot Cabinet with CPU P/N 80025A does not support Fixed Slot software. Slot Extensions 16DSTU 300-315 16DSTU 316-331 16DSTU 332-347 16DSTU 348-363 16DSTU 364-379 8 ATRU 401-408 8 ATRU 409-416 8 ATRU 417-424 Section 2: Components DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 31: Ds1000 System Configuration

    DS1000 System Load Factor Calculations The combination of extensions, Digital Door Boxes and DSS Consoles you can connect to your system may be limited by the System Load Factor. Use the DS1000 System Load Factor Calcula- tions chart below to verify your system’s configuration.

  • Page 32: Ds1000 Default Hardware Configuration

    All trunks are loop start DTMF. All extensions are 22-Button Display models. DS1000: Trunks 1-6 ring on line keys 1-6. (Trunks 4-6 will only work if you have an Expansion Board Installed.) DS2000: Trunks 1-24 ring on line keys 1-24.

  • Page 33: Section 3: Features

    — not busy tone. If you have the attendant overflow destination for as the overflow destination for Direct Inward Lines, for exam- unanswered calls. ple, unanswered DILs will “stack up” at the attendant until they are answered. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 3: Features...

  • Page 34: Operator Call Key

    Class of Service (COS 1). The attendant should use a 34-Button Display or 34-Button Super Display Telephone. In addition, most attendants should find a 24-Button or 110-Button Direct Station Selection (DSS) Console helpful when processing calls. Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 35: Automatic Handsfree

    CD, Background Music uses this source as well. In DS2000, the external music source connects to the CPU’s 8-pin mod jack. In DS1000, the external music source connects to the AUDIO jack. For more on connecting a customer-provided music source, refer to the system’s Hardware Manual.

  • Page 36: Barge In (intrusion)

    UPS unit. Consult with the UPS manufacturer for the specifics. When sizing a UPS unit, keep in mind that the DS2000 requires 165 VA per power supply, and the DS1000 requires 66 VA. Refer to the system’s Hardware Manual for additional details. Section 3: Features...

  • Page 37: Call Coverage Keys

    Section 3: Features Call Coverage Keys Availability: All versions. Call Coverage keys allow an • DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) and DS1000 add new User Pro- extension user to cover a co- grammable Feature steps. worker’s calls from their own telephone.

  • Page 38: Call Forwarding

    Call Timer key and calls three clients, the display will show the total elapsed time for all three calls. The user can also press the Manual Call Timer key to time events anytime while their phone is idle. Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 39: Call Waiting / Camp-on

    When extension B becomes idle, the system rings extension A. This is the Callback ring. Once caller A answers the Callback ring, the system rings (formerly busy) extension B. As soon as extension B answers, the system sets up an Intercom call between A and B. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 3: Features...

  • Page 40: Caller Id

    Lift handset to answer when Callback calls you back. Speak to your co-worker when call goes through. Caller ID Availability: Requires DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) or DS1000. Caller ID automatically displays the phone number Caller ID allows a display keyset to show an incoming caller’s...

  • Page 41: Caller Id Integration With Voice Mail

    8ATRU PCB P/N 80011A uses Caller ID Daughter Board P/N 80013. The 4ATRU and 8ATRU PCBs must use firmware 1.5 or higher. In DS1000, Caller ID is built-in and requires the installation of no additional equipment. Feature Quick Steps To cancel the Caller ID display and return your phone to its normal display: Press CLEAR .

  • Page 42: Central Office Calls, Answering

    Hang up when you are done. Central Office Calls, Answering Availability: All versions. The system allows trunk • DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) and DS1000 add new User Pro- calls to ring and be grammable Feature Steps. answered at any combination of system extensions.

  • Page 43: Central Office Calls, Placing

    Central Office Calls, Placing Availability: All versions. Customize the call placing • DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) and DS1000 add new User Pro- options to meet the site grammable Feature Steps. DS2000 U Slot and DS1000 also requirements and each allow all users to dial 9 for an outside line by default.

  • Page 44: Check Key

    See Barge In (Intrusion) on page 28 for more. Camp-On to Busy Use this option to enable or disable an extension’s ability to Extension Camp-On to a busy extension. • See Call Waiting / Camp-On on page 31 for more. Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 45

    See Paging on page 67 for more. Access Page Zone 5 Use this option to enable or disable an extension’s ability to make a Paging announcement into zone 5. • See Paging on page 67 for more. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 3: Features...

  • Page 46

    See Caller ID on page 32 for more. 3rd Party Caller ID Use this option to enable or disable an extension’s ability to show 3rd Party Caller ID. • See Caller ID on page 32 for more. Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 47: Conference

    For example, a secretary can have Delayed Ringing for the trunks that ring the boss’s telephone. If the boss doesn’t answer after the Delayed Ringing interval, the call will start ringing the secretary’s extension. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 3: Features...

  • Page 48: Dial Number Preview

    A DIL can ring: An extension number (including the attendant’s extension) A Ring Group master number A UCD Group master number (including the Voice Mail master number) Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 49: Overflow For Direct Inward Lines

    Direct Station Selection (DSS) Availability: All versions. Quickly place and Transfer • DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) and DS1000 add User Program- calls to co-workers, without mable Feature steps. In addition, DS2000 U Slot and having to look up or dial DS1000 disable DSS keys by default.

  • Page 50: Direct Station Selection (dss) Console

    • DS2000 U Slot and DS1000 also provide Page keys, Park keys and a Night key on the last two rows of the console. The DSS Console gives a 34-Button Display or 34-Button Super Display user a Busy Lamp Field (BLF) and one-button access to extensions, trunks, and selected system features.

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    To use your DSS Console Save key: While on a call, press key to Save the number you just dialed. While idle, press key to redial a previously saved number. Save keys provide no BLF. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 3: Features...

  • Page 52: Direct Trunk Access

    Recalls (e.g., Hold recall) Feature Quick Steps To use Directed Call Pickup to intercept a call ringing a co-worker’s extension: Lift handset + Dial * * . Dial number of extension whose call you want to intercept. Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 53: Directory Dialing

    Once activated, incoming trunk calls still flash the line keys. The user may use the phone in the normal manner for placing and processing calls. Feature Quick Steps To activate or cancel DND at your extension: Press DND . DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 3: Features...

  • Page 54: Door Box

    FLASH or a soft key to remotely lock and unlock the entrance door. There is a single relay in DS2000, located on the CPRU. There are two relays in DS1000, one for each Analog Door Box. Digital Door Boxes in DS1000 do not provide relay control.

  • Page 55: Extended Ringing

    Transferred trunks ring for an extended period before recalling the transferring extension. Extension Hunting Availability: All versions. • DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) and DS1000 add the UCD Automatically route calls to Group Log Out code. co-workers that work closely together.

  • Page 56: Terminal Hunting

    UCD Overflow destination. A UCD Hunting group member can dial a code to temporarily remove themselves from their UCD group. They no longer have to put their phone in DND to stop getting UCD group calls. Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 57: Flash

    PBX offers. You must set the Flash parameters for com- patibility with the connected telco or PBX. Feature Quick Steps Press FLASH (if applicable) Dial the code for the desired CO/PBX feature. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 3: Features...

  • Page 58: Flexible Numbering Plan

    Forced Trunk Disconnect abruptly terminates the active call on the trunk. Only use this feature in an emergency and when no other trunks are available. Feature Quick Steps Access busy trunk + Dial # to disconnect the line. Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 59: Group Call Pickup

    Section 3: Features Group Call Pickup Availability: All versions. Easily answer a call ringing • DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) and DS1000 add new User Pro- your Pickup Group, even if grammable Feature Steps. you don’t know which extension is ringing.

  • Page 60: Group Ring

    Lift handset or Press flashing line/loop key. To answer a call that is ringing another group (of which you are not a member): Lift handset and press ICM + Dial ** and the Ring Group number (e.g., 350). Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 61: Handsfree And Handsfree Answerback

    Handsfree Answerback and Forced Intercom Ringing Availability: All versions. With Handsfree • DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) and DS1000 add User Program- Answerback, answer an mable Feature Steps. Intercom call by just speaking toward your Handsfree Answerback permits an extension user to respond to a phone.

  • Page 62: Headset Compatibility

    Headset Compatibility Availability: All versions. Have the privacy of a • DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) and DS1000 add User Program- handset call without having mable Feature Steps. to hold the handset A keyset user can utilize a customer-provided headset in place of the handset.

  • Page 63: Automatic Hold

    Lift handset + Press HOLD . Hotline Availability: All versions. Hotline provides partner • DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) and DS1000 add User Program- extensions with one-button mable Feature Steps. calling and Transfer. Hotline gives a keyset user with a programmed Hotline key one- button calling and Transfer to another extension (the Hotline partner).

  • Page 64: Interactive Soft Keys

    For example, while on a trunk call a display keyset user can press the PARK soft key to Park their call in orbit. For additional information on Interactive Soft Key operation, refer to the DS1000/2000 Soft Key Glossary (P/N 80000GLO**).

  • Page 65: Key Ring

    Key Ring. Note that a Key Ring trunk goes into the night mode when any extension with night mode capability presses their Night key. See Night Service / Night Ring on page 64 for more. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 3: Features...

  • Page 66: Last Number Redial

    Line Keys Availability: All versions. Press a line key for one- • DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) and DS1000 add new User Pro- touch access to an outside grammable Feature Steps. line. A line key provides an extension user with one-button access to trunks.

  • Page 67: Answering Priority

    Fixed Loop Key for an outgoing call, they get the first trunk in the group assigned to the key. Answering Priority When multiple calls ring an extension simultaneously, the system services the ringing calls in the following order: DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 3: Features...

  • Page 68: Meet-me Conference

    Page parties and announce the Meet-Me Conference code (#11 or #12) + Do not hang up. Press ICM + Dial announced Meet-Me Conference code (#11 or #12). To join a Meet-Me Conference: Listen for paged invitation to join the Conference + Press ICM . Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 69: Message Waiting

    While an extension has their microphone muted, incoming Intercom calls announce with a single beep (rather than the normal two beeps). The calling party hears this single beep also when the called extension’s microphone is muted. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 3: Features...

  • Page 70: Modem Cut-through

    Modem Cut-Through Availability: DS1000 only. Maximize modem throughput speeds and The unique DS1000 Modem Cut-Through feature allows a obtain power failure modem connected to the system's analog modem port to achieve cut-through on the same maximum throughput speeds on outside calls. In addition, a sin- port.

  • Page 71: Music On Hold

    CD, Background Music uses this source as well. In DS2000, the external music source connects to the CPU’s 8-pin mod jack. In DS1000, the external music source connects to the AUDIO jack. For more on connecting a customer-provided music source, refer to the system’s Hardware Manual.

  • Page 72: Night Service / Night Ring

    To activate or deactivate Night Service: Do not lift the handset + Press the Night key. To answer a call that rings a line or loop key at night: Lift handset + Press flashing line or loop key. Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 73: Off-hook Signaling

    Press ICM + Dial ** followed by the UNA code (01-04). Off-Hook Signaling Availability: All versions. Off-Hook Signaling helps • DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) and DS1000 add User Program- important callers get mable Feature Steps. through. When a user is busy on a call, Off-Hook Signaling indicates that another caller is trying to get through.

  • Page 74: Off-premise Extensions / On-premise Slt Extensions

    (DTMF) analog telephone devices. This includes telco OPX circuits (DS2000 only), on- premise single line telephones (SLTs), fax machines, modems and Voice Mail ports. The DS1000 and DS2000 systems do not provide the signaling required to light SLT Message Waiting lamps.

  • Page 75: Paging

    External Paging Zone. In DS2000, access to the external zone is via pins on the CPU’s 8-pin mod jack. In DS1000, access to the external zone is via the AUDIO jack in the main equipment cabinet. Refer to the system Hardware Manual for additional installation details.

  • Page 76: Park

    Feature Quick Steps To Park a call in system orbit: While on a trunk call, press ICM + Dial * + System Park Orbit (60-69) + Hang up. Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 77: Prime Line Preference

    SPK. Intercom Prime Line may help the extension user that most often uses Inter- com functions or calls co-workers.If an extension’s Busy Lamp Field is disabled (the default setting in DS1000 and U Slot), the Programmable Function Keys do not go into the DSS mode when the user lifts the handset.

  • Page 78: Privacy

    Maximum parties in any one Conference (trunks and/or extensions) The system’s 32 Conference circuits are dynamically allocated as users request them. Feature Operation To join a trunk call with a member of your Privacy Release Group: Press line key. Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 79: Private Line

    Lift handset + Press line key + Dial outside number. Programmable Function Keys Availability: All versions. Programmable Function • DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) and DS1000 add User Program- Keys simplify feature mable Feature Steps. operation. Each keyset has Programmable Function Keys. These Programma- ble Function Keys simplify placing calls, answering calls and using certain features.

  • Page 80

    Park Orbit • Voice Mail Record Key Feature Quick Steps To use your line or loop key: Press the trunk key. To use your Park key: Press Park key to Park or retrieve call. Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 81

    While on a call, press key to Save the number you just dialed. While idle, press key to redial a previously saved number. Save keys provide no BLF. User Programmable Feature: # K P Assigns functions to Programmable Function Keys. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 3: Features...

  • Page 82: Pulse To Tone Conversion

    Press ICM and dial #40. Dial the number of the extension or trunk you want to remove or return to service. Dial 4 to return or Dial 6 to remove + Press SPK to hang up. Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 83: Reverse Voice Over

    Feature Quick Steps To place a Reverse Voice Over call: While on a handset call, press and hold your Reverse Voice Over key. To return to your initial caller: Release your Reverse Voice Over key. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 3: Features...

  • Page 84: Ring Groups

    Key Ringing Line Preference Availability: All versions. • DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) and DS1000 add User Program- Simply lift the handset to mable Feature Steps. answer a ringing call. Ringing Line Preference lets a keyset user answer a ringing call by just lifting the handset.

  • Page 85

    Key Ring (page 57) (Line/Loop Keys) Transfer (page 92) Direct Inward Line (page 40) Group Ring (page 52) Extension Hunting (page 47) (Call to UCD master) Call Coverage Keys (page 29) Group Call Pickup (page 51) DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 3: Features...

  • Page 86: Save Number Dialed

    To save the outside number you just dialed (up to 32 digits): Press Save Number Dialed Key. To redial a saved number: (Optional) Press a line key to preselect a trunk for the call + Press Save Number Dialed key. Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 87: Selectable Display Messaging

    Message 12 Undefined (up to 20 characters) Message 13 Undefined (up to 20 characters) Message 14 Undefined (up to 20 characters) Message 15 Undefined (up to 20 characters) Message 16 Undefined (up to 20 characters) DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 3: Features...

  • Page 88: Silent Monitor

    Speed Dial Availability: All versions. Instead of dialing a long • In DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) and DS1000, the Super Dis- telephone number to reach a play telephone display shows the first 10 characters of the client or customer, use programed Personal Speed Dial name (or first 10 digits of...

  • Page 89: Personal Speed Dial

    For one-button access to your Personal Speed Dial numbers: Press Personal Speed Dial Key for bins 1-10, or Press DIAL then Personal Speed Dial key for bins 11-20, or Press Programmable Function key for Personal Speed Dial bin. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 3: Features...

  • Page 90: Split (alternate)

    To Split between your current trunk call and a waiting trunk call: Press ICM to place your current trunk call on Hold, then hang up. Place or answer new trunk call + Press the Split key to switch between your two calls. Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 91: Station Message Detail Recording

    Section 3: Features Station Message Detail Recording Availability: All versions. • DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) and DS1000 expand the last col- SMDR provides a printed umn of the report from 1 to 3 characters. record of your calls. Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) provides a record of the system’s trunk calls.

  • Page 92: System Programming Backup And Restore

    0801 - Selectable Display Messages 1101 - System Speed Dial 1701 - Programmable Function Key Assignments 1702 - Personal Speed Dial 1703 - DSS Key Assignment 1704 - DSS Console Key Assignments Installer (level 3) Password - 372000 Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 93: System Timers

    Key Ring occurs. Trunk Delay Ring Use this timer to set how long the system waits before ringing an extension that has the Delayed Ringing option enabled. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 3: Features...

  • Page 94: System Timers, Stations

    Also use this timer to set the interval between Off Hook Signal- ing alert tones. Call Coverage Delay For extensions with Delayed Ringing Call Coverage keys, this timer sets how long a call flashes the key at an extension before it starts to ring. Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 95

    Use this timer to set the Extension Hunting Ring No Answer Time. A call will ring a hunt group member extension for this interval before automatically cycling to the next extension in the group. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 3: Features...

  • Page 96

    When the far end disconnects, the ASTU PCB opens the loop to the connected analog device for this interval. Ring/MW Wait Period This timer determines the ringing sequence for the devices con- Time nected to ASTU PCBs. Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 97: System Timers, Trunks

    Speed Dial trunk calls automatically dialed by the system. Loop Current Detection For loop start trunks, loop current must be present for this inter- Time val before the system seizes the trunk. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 3: Features...

  • Page 98: Tandem Trunking / Unsupervised Conference

    Tandem Trunking uses a Conference circuit. The following table shows the system’s Conference capacities: Description Capacity Conference circuits Maximum simultaneous users in Conference (total of all Conferences system-wide) Maximum simultaneous conferences Maximum parties in any one Conference (trunks and/or extensions) Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 99: Time And Date

    Press line key for busy trunk, or press ICM and dial the trunk’s Direct Trunk Access code (e.g., 401 for trunk 1) + Dial 4. Time and Date Availability: All versions. • DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) and DS1000 add User Program- The time and date shows on mable Feature Steps. telephone displays and prints on system reports.

  • Page 100: Transfer

    If still unan- swered, the call diverts to Key Ring. This assures that users do not lose or inadvertently abandon their transfers. Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 101: Trunk Group Routing

    Dial your co-worker’s extension + Press MW + Hang up. Trunk Group Routing Availability: All versions. • DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) and DS1000 allow all extension Dial a single code to place a users to dial 9 for an outside line by default. call over the first available trunk in a trunk group.

  • Page 102: Trunk Callback

    Answer recall + Place your outside call. Trunk Groups Availability: All versions. • DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) and DS1000 allow all extension Dial codes to access trunk users to dial 9 for an outside line by default. groups for outgoing calls.

  • Page 103: Trunk Timers

    Features to all users. their own unique • DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) and DS1000 offer extensive requirements. User Programmable Features, based on an extension’s access level. User Programmable Features allow an extension user to customize their telephone to work just the way they want.

  • Page 104: Voice Mail

    Voice Announce (for incoming Intercom calls): # V A (U Slot) or # IV , # I R (Fixed Slot) See Intercom on page 56 for more. Feature only available in DS2000 U Slot (02.nn.nn) and DS1000 systems. Voice Mail Availability: All versions.

  • Page 105: Conversation Record

    Pickup Group. For example, the group supervisor can send important messages to the shared Message Center Mailbox, to which any group member can respond when time allows. Each group member’s Message Center Key flashes when messages are waiting. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 3: Features...

  • Page 106: Interactive Soft Key Shows New Messages

    To check your messages: Press MW . To use the Message Center Press SPK or lift handset + Press the Message Center key. If requested by Voice Mail, enter the security code for the Message Center mailbox. Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 107: Voice Over

    To initiate a Voice Over to a busy extension: Dial 9 . To respond to a Voice Over alert tone to your extension: Press and hold MIC . Release MIC to talk to your initial caller. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 3: Features...

  • Page 108: Volume Controls

    The day following 12/31/99 will be 01/01/00. The system will process the leap year correctly and will not require an upgrade or reprogramming. In addition, the SMDR report will properly show the years in the 21st century. Section 3: Features DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 109: Section 4: Specifications And Parts List

    4 Slot U: Expansion: 8 Slot U: Total: • DS2000 Digital and/or Analog 4 Slot Fixed: 32 Telephones: 4 Slot U: 8 Slot U: • DS1000 Digital Telephones Base: Expansion: Total: • DS1000 Analog Telephones Base: Expansion: Total: • DSS Consoles: 1 max.

  • Page 110: Environmental Requirements

    Section 4: Specifications and Parts List System Capacities (Continued) • Door Boxes (analog - DS1000 Only) Base: Expansion: Total: • External Paging Zones: • Page Audio Output • Internal Paging Zones: 8 (7 and All Call) • Music Input •...

  • Page 111: Power Requirements

    • Power Supply: 120 VAC+ -10% @ 50-60 Hz • Output Power: DS2000: 91 Watts @ 100% full load DS1000: 35 Watts @ 100% full load • Input Current: DS2000: 1.50A @ 110 V DS1000: 550mA @ 110 V •...

  • Page 112: Relay Contacts

    Section 4: Specifications and Parts List Mechanical Specifications • Digital Door Box 4” 1 1/2” 5 3/16” 10 oz. • Analog Door Box (DS1000 Only) 3 3/4” 1” 5” 6 oz. • 2-OPX Module (DS2000 Only) 9 3/8” 7 3/8”...

  • Page 113: Ds1000 Fcc Registration Information

    Registered OL13A 2OPX-A SOC 9.0F RJ21X OL13B 2OPX-A SOC 9.0F RJ21X OL13C 2OPX-A SOC 9.0F RJ21X DS1000 FCC Registration Information • Model: DS1000 • Manufacturer: NEC Infrontia, Inc. • FCC Part 15 Registration Class A • FCC Registration Number IZDTHA35391-KF-E IZDTHA35392-MF-E •...

  • Page 114: Cabling Requirements

    20 mA DS1000:12000 2-wire 22 AWG DS2000: 29,000 at constant 20 mA DS1000:16000 Analog Door Box 2-wire 24 AWG (DS1000 Only) 2-wire 22 AWG 2-OPX (DS2000 2-wire 24 AWG 1000 Only) Section 4: Specifications and Parts List DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 115: Parts List

    80625-22 _____ • 110-Button DSS Console Laser Labels 80625-DSS _____ (Pkg of 10) • 24-Button DSS Console Laser Labels 80625-24DSS _____ (Pkg of 10) Requires DS2000 U Slot software or DS1000 DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 4: Specifications and Parts List...

  • Page 116: Ds2000 Common Equipment

    8 Circuit Caller ID Daughter Board for 80013 _____ 8ATRU PCB 80011A PCB • 4 Circuit Caller ID Daughter Board for 92012 _____ 4ATRU PCB 80010A PCB Required in 8-Slot KSU Section 4: Specifications and Parts List DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 117: Ds1000 Common Equipment

    DS1000 Common Equipment Description: Part Number Quantity • DS1000 Cabinet (3 x 8 x 4) 80200 _____ • DS1000 Expansion Board (3 x 8 x 4) 80221 _____ Miscellaneous and Optional Equipment Description: Part Number Quantity • Adaptor Box (DS2000)

  • Page 118

    Section 4: Specifications and Parts List Section 4: Specifications and Parts List DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 119: Glossary

    14 and DS1000 Cabinet (P/N 80200) on page 15. ASTU Analog station port. Reference: 8ASTU 8 Port Analog Station PCB (P/Ns 80041 and 80041A) on page 13 and DS1000 Cabinet (P/N 80200) on page 15. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 5: Glossary...

  • Page 120

    The capability of the system to use its internal battery to back up system memory and the date and time. The battery typically holds memory and date and time for 10-14 days. Battery Backup on page 28. Reference: Section 5: Glossary DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 121

    Permits the display keyset user to press a line key, loop key, Call Cover- Caller ID, Third Party Check age key or Hotline key to display the Caller ID data for a trunk that is not ringing their phone. Reference: Caller ID on page 32. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 5: Glossary...

  • Page 122

    See Time and Date on page 126 in this glossary. Allows a call to immediately flash a line or Call Coverage key and then Delayed Ringing ring after a programmed delay. Delayed Ringing on page 39. Reference: Section 5: Glossary DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 123

    Directory Dialing can show a list of System Speed Dial names, Personal Speed Dial names, or Intercom names. Directory Dialing on page 45. Reference: See Selectable Display Messaging on page 124 in this glossary. Display Messaging DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 5: Glossary...

  • Page 124

    DSTU Digital Station Port. 16DSTU Digital Station PCB (P/Ns 80021 and 80021A) on Reference: page 12 and DS1000 Cabinet (P/N 80200) on page 15. Expansion Board Expands the capabilities of the DS1000 system. Reference: DS1000 Expansion Board (P/N 80221) on page 16.

  • Page 125

    The capability of a keyset extension to allow the user to talk on a handset call conversation and simultaneously broadcast the other party’s voice over the telephone speaker. Group Listen on page 51. Reference: DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 5: Glossary...

  • Page 126

    The extension assigned to the key is called the Hot- line partner. Hotline on page 55. Reference: Idle Prime Line See Prime Line Preference on page 122 in this glossary. Section 5: Glossary DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 127

    Hold, Park, or Transfer. Reference: Key Ring on page 57. Last Number Redial Allows an extension user to quickly redial the last outside (trunk) call they dialed. Last Number Redial on page 58. Reference: DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 5: Glossary...

  • Page 128

    Permits a keyset user to press a key to turn off their phone’s Handsfree microphone at any time. Reference: Microphone Mute on page 61. A unique DS1000 only feature that allows a modem connected to the Modem Cut-Through system’s analog modem port to achieve maximum throughput speeds on outside (trunk) calls.

  • Page 129

    Single line telephones can be installed as either On- or Off-Premise Off-Premise Extensions On-Premise Extensions Extensions, depending on the type of system and additional equipment installed. Reference: Off-Premise Extensions / On-Premise SLT Extensions on page 66. DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 5: Glossary...

  • Page 130

    Conference capacity. Privacy Release Groups on page 70. Reference: An outside line (trunk) reserved for a specific keyset for placing and Private Line answering calls. Private Line on page 71. Reference: Section 5: Glossary DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 131

    Automatically places a call to an extension, Voice Mail, Ring Group or UCD Hunting group when the extension user lifts the handset. Ring- down extensions are typically single line sets used in hotel lobbies and airport terminals. Ringdown Extension on page 76. Reference: DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 5: Glossary...

  • Page 132

    Speed Dial on page 80. Reference: Split (Alternate) Lets an extension user easily switch between their current call and a waiting call, without joining the callers in Conference. Reference: Split (Alternate) on page 82. Section 5: Glossary DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 133

    A type of Conference that lets an extension user join two outside callers Unsupervised Conference in a trunk-to-trunk Conference, drop out of the call, and leave the 2 trunk callers connected. Tandem Trunking / Unsupervised Conference on page 90. Reference: DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 5: Glossary...

  • Page 134

    (trunk) for placing a call. Single line telephone users lift the handset and dial 9, while keyset extension users press ICM and dial 9, The system automatically selects the first available trunk in the programmed “dial 9” trunk group. Trunk Group Routing on page 93. Reference: Section 5: Glossary DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 135

    See Tandem Trunking / Unsupervised Conference on page 125 in this glossary. User Programmable The capability keyset users have to customize the way their telephones Features work, without having to rely on system programmers. User Programmable Features on page 95. Reference: DS1000/2000 Product Description Section 5: Glossary...

  • Page 136

    The capability of a keyset user to press VOL and VOL to adjust the volume of the active feature, such as ringing, Paging, the Handsfree speaker, and Background Music. Volume Controls on page 100. Reference: Section 5: Glossary DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 137

    . . . Automatic Handsfree . . . Check Key . . . Automatic Handsfree Answerback . . . Circular Hunting . . . Automatic Hold . . . Class of Service . . . – Common Equipment DS1000/2000 Product Description Index...

  • Page 138

    Overflow . . . DS1000 Default Hardware Configuration . . . Groups, Trunk . . . DS1000 Expansion Board (P/N 80221) . . . DS1000 System Configuration . . . DS1000 System Load Factor Calculations . . . Handsfree and Handsfree Answerback .

  • Page 139

    . . . Manual Call Timer . . . Prime Line Preference . . . Mechanical Specifications . . . Privacy . . . Meet-Me Conference . . . Privacy Release Groups . . . Message Center Mailbox DS1000/2000 Product Description Index...

  • Page 140

    . . . System Configuration Leaving a Message ..DS1000 Message Center Mailbox ..DS2000 Overflow ..System Configurations Personal Answering Machine Emulation Index DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 141

    . . . Voice Mail Overflow . . . Voice Over . . . Voice Over, Reverse . . . Volume Controls . . . Wall Mount Kit (P/N 80579) . . . Year 2000 Compliance DS1000/2000 Product Description Index...

  • Page 142

    Index Index DS1000/2000 Product Description...

  • Page 143

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