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QUICE REFERENCE TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION 100
SECTION 200
SECTION 300
SECZION 400
SECTION 500
SECTION 600
SECTION 700
SECTION 710
SECTION 720
SECTION 730
SECTION 740
SECTION 745
SECTION 750
SECTION 755
SECTION 760
SECTION 765
SECTION 800
APPENDIX A
APPENDIX B
APPENDIX C
INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lOO- 1
GENERAL DESCRJPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200-l
FEATURE DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . 300-l
FEATURE OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 400-1
l[NSTAILATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 500- 1
SYSTEM CHECKOUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 600-l
CUSTOMER DATA BASE PROGRAMMING . 700-l
SYSTEM PARAMET ERS PROGRAMMING . . 710-l
CO LINE A’ITRKBUTES PROGWilKMlNG . . 720-l
STATION ATTRIBUTES PROGRAMMING . . 730-l
UNIFORM CALL DISTRIBUTION . . . . . . . . 740-l
VOICE MAIL GROUPS (‘V&I) . . . . . . . . . . . . 745-l
EXCEPTION TABLES PROG-G . . . . 750-l
LEAST COST ROUTING PROGRAMMING . . 755-l
mIALJZING DATA BASE PARAMETERS . 760-l
PRINTING DATA BASE PARAMETERS . . . . 765-l
MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING 800-l
llWXVlTE 4096 PROGRAMKIN GFORMS….A-l
ZlV’F- 4096 COMPONENT LIST . . . . . . . . B-l
AEC The MessengerTM 212 Plus . . . . . . . . . . C-1
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SECTION 100
100.1
100.2
100.3
100.4
SECTION 200
200.1
200.2
200.3
200.4
200.5
200.6
200.7
200.8
SECTION 300
300.1
300.2
300.3
300.4
300.5
300.6
300.7
300.8
300.9
300.10
300.11
300.12
300.13
300.14
300.15
300.16
300.17
300.18
300.19
300.20
300.21
300.22
300.23
300.24
300.25
300.26
300.27
300.28
300.29
300.30
300.31
300.32
300.33
300.34
‘TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ………………………… 100-l
PURPOSE.. ………………………………… ..lOO- 1
REGULATORYINFORMAl’lON (USA). ……………….. ..lOO- 1
REGULATORYINFORMA~ON (CANADIAN) …………… ..lOO- 2
uL/c= SAFETYCOMPLIANCE …………………… ..lOO- 3
GENERAL DESCRIPTION ………………… 200-1
SYSIEMTECHNOLOGY ………………………… ..200- 1
COMMON EQUIPMENI’…… ……………………. ..200- 1
PoRrcARDs ……………………………….. ..200- 3
0PnONALCOMF’ONEN’l-S ………………………. ..200- 4
STAnONS…………………………………….200- 5
SYSTEMCAF’AC~………………………………200- 5
SYS’lXMSPECIFICA’TlONS ………………………. ..200- 7
MEANTlMJZBE?UrEENFAILURE(-MTI3Fl.. ………….. ..200-17
FEATURE DESCRIPTION ………………… 300-1
ACCOUNI’CODES ……………………………. ..300- 1
AMF’LIFTEDCENTRALOFFlCEBOARD.. …………….. ..300- 1
A’l-IXNDAIVl?RECALL ………………………….. ..300- 1
AUl-OMATICLINEACCESS…………………………300- 1
AUTOMATIC NIGHTSERVICE ……………………. ..300- 1
AUl-OMA’IICPAUSEINSERTIONWl’l’liSPEEDDtAL …….. ..300- 1 ,
AurOMATICPRIVACY …………………………. ..300- 1
AUrOMATICSELECTION ……………………….. ..300- 1
BACKGROUND MUSIC …………………………. ..300- 1
BATIERYBACK-UF'(MEM0R.Y) …………………… ..300- 1
BAll’XRYBACK-UP(SYSTEMl ……………………. ..300- 1
BUSYLAMPFIELD(BLE) ……………………….. ..300- 7
CALLANNOUNCE-PRIVACY …………………….. ..300- 7
CALLBACK……………………………………300- 7
CALLFORWARD:STAnON.. ……………………… ..300- 7
CALLFORWARD:PRESET ………………………. ..300- 7
CALLlNGSTAnONTONEMODEOPnON …………….. ..300- 8
cAlLPARK……………………………………300- 8
CALLPICK-UP: ………………………………. ..300- 8
CALLTRANSFER …………………………….. ..300- 8
CAMP-ON ………………………………….. ..300- 8
CAMP-ON RECALL ……………………………. ..300- 8
CANNEDTOLLRESTRICnON ……………………. ..300- 8
CENlREXCOMPATIBIlXIY ………………………. ..300- 8
CENI’REX/PBXTRANSFER ……………………… ..300- 9
CHAINING SPEED BINS ………………………… ..300- 9
i.:3LINEACCESS …………………………….. ..300- 9
cZOLINECIASSOFSERVICE……………………….300- 9
CO LINECONIROL(COKTAc?) …………………… ..300- 9
COLINEGROupS……………………………….3OO- 9
COLINELOOPSUPERVISION ……………………. ..300- 9
COLINEQUEUE …………………………….. ..300- 9
COLINEINCOMMG RINGING ASSIGNMENT …………. ..300-10
CORINGD~CT………………………………300-10
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300.45
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300.86
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300.88
CONFERENCE
……………………………….. 360-10
CONFERENCE ENABLE/DISABLE …………………. .300- 10
DATA BASE PRINTGUT (DUMP) ……………………. 300-10
DAY/NIGHT CLASS OF SERVICE (COS) ………………. 300-10
DEFAULT BUrrON MAPPING
…………………….. 300-10
DIALPULSESENDING
………………………….. 300-10
DIALING P l?IvIuxEs ………………………… ..300-10
DIRECTGRY DIALING
………………………….. 300-12
DIRECTINWARDSYSIEMACCESS(DISAl ……………. 300-12
DIRECT STATION SELECDON
…………………….. 300-12
DIRECTED CALLPICKUP ……………………….. .300-12
DIRECIGRYDIALING ………………………….. 300-12
DISABLE OUIGGING CO LINEACCESS ……………… 300-12
DO NOTDISlURB (DNDI ………………………… 300-12
MMFSENDING……………………………….300-13
EMERGENCY TRANSFER.
……………………….. 300-13
END To END SIGNALLING
………………………. 300- 13
EXCLUSIVE HOLD 300- 13
EXECUTIVE OVERRIDE : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 300-13
EXECUTIVE/SECR TRANSFER ……………….. 300- 13
EXl-ERNAL NIGHT RINGING ……………………… 300- 13
FLASH …………………………………… ..300-13
FIASH ON INTERCOM ………………………….. 300-13
FL4SH WTIH SPEED DIAL ……………………….. 300-13
FLEXIBLEATTENDANT ……………………….. ..300-13
FLEXIBLE BUITON ASSIGNMENT ………………….. 300- 13
FORCED ACCOUNT CODES
……………………… 300- 14
FORCED LEASTCOSTROUXNG (LCRI
………………. 300-14
GROUP CALL PICK-UP
………………………….. 300- 14
HEADSETCOMPATIBILTIY ………………………. 300-14
HEADSET MODE ……………………………… 300-14
HEARING AID COMPATIBLE ……………………… 300- 14
HOLD PREFERENCE
…………………………… 300- 14
HOLD RECALL
……………………………….. 300- 14
HOT~……………………………………300-14
HUNTGROUPS
………………………………. 300-14
INCOMING CO LINES OFF-NET FORWARD (VIA SPEED DIAL) .3OO- 15
INTERCOM CALLING
…………………………… 300-15
INTERCOM SIGNALING SELECT …………………… 3OO- 15
LASTNUMBERREDIAL (LNRj
…………………….. 300-15
LCD INl-ERACllVE DISPLAY ……………………… 300-15
LEAST COST ROUDNG &CR] …………………….. 300-15
LOOP BUrrON CO LINE ACCESS ………………….. 300-16
LOUD BELL CONTROL (LBC)
……………………… 300-16
MEET ME PAGE ………………………………. 300-16
MESSAGE WAI’HNG ……………………………. 300-16
MESSAGE WAmNG REMINDERTONE ………………. 300-16
MUSIC ON HOLD ……………………………… 300- 16
MUTEKEY…………………………………..300-16
NAME IN LCD DISPLAY …………………………. 300-17
MGKI’ SERVICE ……………………………… 300- 17
OFF-HOOK PREFERENCE ……………………….. 300- 17
OFF-HOOK SIGNALLXNG
………………………… 300- 18
OFF-HOOK VOICE ANNOUNCE ……………………. 300- 18
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300.95
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300.97
300.98
300.99
300.100
300.101
300.102
300.103
300.104
300.105
300.106
300.107
300.108
300.109
300.110
300.111
300.112
300.113
300.114
300.115
300.116
300.117
300.118
300.119
300.120
300.121
300.122
300.123
300.124
300.125
300.126
300.127
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300.129
300.130
300.131
300.132
300.133
300.134
300.135
300.136
300.137
300.138
300.139
300.140
300.141
300.142
OFF-PREMISE EXTENSIONS (0PX.l ………………… .300- 18
ON HOOK DIALING ……………………………. .300-18
ON LINE PRGG RAMMING ………………………. ..300-18
PAGING ………………………………….. ..300-18
PAUSETIMER ……………………………… ..300-18
PBX DIALING CODES ………………………….. .300-18
PERSONALIZED MESSAGES …………………….. .300-18
PHONE BOX ………………………………… .3OO-19
POOL BUlTGN OPERAnON ……………………… .300-19
PREFERREDLINEANSWER……………………….300-19
PRlVACYRELEASE……………………………..300-19
PRIVATELINE ……………………………… ..300-19
PULSE-TO-TONE SWITCHOVER …………………… .300- 19
RANGE PRGG RAMMING………………………….300-19
REMCYIE ADMINIS’IRATTON …………………….. .300-19
REMOTE SYSTEM MONITGRAND MAINTENANCE ……… .300-20
SAVE NUMBER REDIAL (SNRJ ……………………. .300-20
SINGLE LINE TELEPHONE (SLl’J COMPATIBILJIY ………. .300-20
STAnON MESSAGE DETAIL RECORDING (SMDRj ………. .300-20
SPEAKERPHONE …………………………….. .300-20
STATION CLASS OF SERVICE ……………………. .300-20
STAnON SPEED DIAL …………………………. .3OO-20
SYSTEMCAPACI’IY ………………………….. ..300-2 1
SYSTEMHOLD.. ……………………………. ..300-2 1
SYSTEM SPEED DIAL ………………………….. .300-21
TOLL RESlRJCnON VABLE DRIVEN) ………………. .300-21
TRANSFER RECALL …….. :, ………………….. .300-21
UNIFORM CALL DISl-RIBUIlON (UCD) ………………. .300-21
UNIVERSAL NIGHT .ANSWER (-UNA) ………………… .300-22
VOICE MAIL GROUPS (VM) ………………………. .300-22
VOLUME CONTROLS ………………………….. .300-22
ACCOUNT CODE …………………………….. .300-23
AUTOMATIC LINE ACCESS ………………………. .300-23
CALLFORWARD……………………………….300- 23
CAMPON …………………………………. ..300-2 3
CONFERENCE ………………………………. .300-23
CONFERENCE m PERSONAL PARK …………….. .300-23
DIRECT OUTSIDE LINE ACCESS ………………….. .300-23
DIRECTOUTSIDE LINE RINGING ………………….. .300-23
DIRECTED CALLPICKUP ………………………. .300-23
DO NOTDISlURB ……………………………. .300-23
GROUl’CALLPICKUF’ …………………………. .300-23
INTERCOM CALLING ………………………….. .300-23
MESSAGE WATI’ING/CALL BACK ………………….. .300-23
MESSAGE WAD-ING INDICATION ………………….. .3OO-24
MGKTSERVICE……………………………….300-2 4
OFF-HOOK PREFERENCE ……………………….. 300-24
PERSGNALPARK ……………………………. ..3OO-2 4
QUEUING.. ……………………………….. ..NO- 24
STATION SPEED DIAL …………………………. .300-24
SYSTEM SPEED DIAL ………………………….. .300-24
TRANSFER ………………………………… ..300-2 4
Al-IENDANT DISABLE OUTGGING ACCESS …………… .300-24
ATTENDANT OVERFLOW ……………………….. .300-24
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SECTION 400
400.1
400.2
400.3
400.4
400.5
400.6
400.7
400.8
400.9
400.10
400.11
400.12
400.13
400.14
400.15
400.16
400.17
400.18
400.19
400.20
400.2 1
400.22
400.23
400.24
400.25
400.26
400.27
400.28
400.29
400.30
400.3 1
400.32
400.33
400.34
400.35
400.36
400.37
400.38
400.39
400.40
ATTENDANT OVERRIDE
………………………… 300-24
ATTENDANT FQSHlON
…………………………. NO-24
ATTENDANT RECALL.
………………………….. 300-24
AUTOMATIC NIGHT MODE
………………………. 300-25
DIRECTORY DIALING ………………………….. 300-25
INCOMING CO LINE OFF-NET FORWARD …………….. 300-25
TIMEAND DATE PROG RAMMING ………………….. 300-25
ATTENDANT SEARCH ………………………….. 300-25
BUSY IAMP REID INDICATORS …………………… 300-25
DIRECT STAnON CALLING ………………………. 300-25
MAPPING OPDONS
……………………………. 300-25
RELEASEKEY.. ……………………………. ..300-2 6
FEATURE OPE-TION ………………….. .400-l
INIRODUCITON.. ……………………………. ..400- 1
KEY TELEPHONE STAnON FEATURES ……………….. 400- 1
ANSWERING AN OUTSIDE CALL ……………………. 400-4
PIACINGAN OUTSIDE CALL ON HOLD ……………….. 400-4
ANSWERING A RECALL
………………………….. 400-4
ACCOW CODES
……………………………… 400-4
DISABLE OUl-GOING CO LINE ACCESS
………………. 400-4
PLACING AN OUTSIDE CALL [Automatic Line Selection)
……. 400-4
BACKGROUND MUSIC (Optional)
…………………… 400-4
AUI-QMATIC SELECTION
………………………….. 400-4
CALLBACK
………………………………… ..400- 4
CALL FORWARD: STATION
……………………….. 400-5
CALL FORWARD: PRESET
……………………….. 400-6
CALL FORWARD: CO LINES
………………………. 400-6
CALLING STATION TONE MODE OPTION
……………… 400-7
CALLPARK
………………………………… ..400- 7
CALL PICK-UP: GROUP ………………………….. 400-7
CALLTRANSFER.. …………………………… ..460- 7
TRANSFERRING CO CALLS TO A STATION FORWARDED To VM 400-8
CAMP-ON…………………………………….400- 8
CO LINE ACCESS
……………………………… 400-8
QUEUING …………………………………. ..400- 8
CONFERENCE COMBINATIONS Vodavi Infinite
……………………. 400-8
DIRECTED CALL PICK-UP
………………………… 400-9
DIRECTINWARD SYSFEMACCESS (DISA)
…………….. 400-g
DIRECTGRY DIALING
…………………………… 400-9
DONCYI’DISlURB …………………………….. 400-10
EXCLUSATE HOLD …………………………….. 400- 10
EXECUITVE OVERRIDE. ………………………… 400-10
EXECUllVE/SECRETARY TRANSFER ……………….. 400- 11
FLASH …………………………………… ..400-11
FLASH ON INTERCOM ………………………….. 400-11
J?LEXIBLEBUITONASSIGNMENT…………………..400-11
HEADSET MODE ……………………………… 400-12
INTERCOM CALLING …………………………… 400-12
INTERCOM ‘TRANSFER …………………………. 400- 12
LAST NUMBER REDIAL …………………………. 400-13
LEAST COST ROUTING …………………………. 400- 13
LCR QUE CANCEL …………………………….. 400-13
MEETME PAGE., ……………………………… 400-13
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400.53
400.54
400.55
400.56
400.57
400.58
400.59
400.60
400.6 1
400.62
400.63
400.64
400.65
400.66
400.67
400.68
400.69
400.70
400.71
400.72
400.73
400.74
400.75
400.76
400.77
400.78
400.79
400.80
400.8 1
400.82
400.83
400.84
400.85
400.86
400.87
400.88
400.89
400.90
400.91
400.92
400.93
400.94
MESSAGEWAmNG ………………………….. ..4.00-13
MurEKEY ………………………………… ..400-14
OFF-HOOK PREFERENCE ………………………. .400- 14
OFF-HOOK VOICE ANNOUNCE (OHVAI ……………… .400- 14
PAGING ………………………………….. ..400-14
PBX/CENLREX TRANSFER ……………………… .400- 14
PERSONALIZED MESSAGES …………………….. .400-15
PERSONALIZEDMESSAGECODEONAFLEXKEY ……… .400-15
PHONE BOX RINGING …………………………. .400-15
PRIME FLEX BUXTON PROG RAMMING …………….. ..400-15
PROGRAMMINGYOURNAMEINl-OTHELCDDISPLAY …… .400-15
PULSETOTONE SWl-ICHOVER …………………… .400-15
SAVE NUMBERREDIAL ………………………… .400-16
PROGRAM.MING PBX/CE= CODES ONTO FLEX BUITON .400- 16
SPEAKERPHONE …………………………….. .400- 16
STAnON SPEED DIAL …………………………. .400-16
STORINGSPEEDNUMBERS …………………….. .400-16
SYSTEM SPEED DIAL ………………………….. .400-16
UNIFORM CALL DISTRIBUITON (UCD) ………………. .400-17
UN-WE= NIGHTANSWER 0 ………………… .400-17
VOICE MAIL OPERA’IlON 0 ……………………. .400-17
VOLUMECONTROls …………………………. ..400-18
ACCOUNT CODE …………………………….. .400-18
CALLBACK.. ….. . ………………………….. .400-18
CALLFORWARDKNG…………………………….400-18
CALLING STAnON TONE MODE OFTION …………….. .400-18
CAMP-ON …………………………………. ..400-18 !
CALL PARK (System) …………………………… .400-19
CALLTRANSFER ……………………………. ..400-19
CLEAR CALL FORWARD. DND, PERSONALIZED MESSAGES .. .400- 19
CO LINEQUEUTNG ……………………………. .400-19
CONFERENCE ………………………………. .400- 19
CONFERENCE WITH PERSONAL PARK ……………… .400-19
DIRECT OUTSIDE LINE ACCESS ………………….. .400-19
DIRECTED CALL PICK-UP ………………………. .400-19
DONOTDISIURB …………………………… ..400-2 0
PBX/CENIREX TRANSFER (Flash Co mmandtoCOLine)……400-2 0
GROUP CALL PICK-UP …………………………. .400-20
PLACINGCALLSONHOLD ………………………. .400-20
INTERCOM CALLING ………………………….. .400-20
LCR QUEUING (Automatic) ………………………. .400-20
LCRQUECALLBACK ………………………….. .400-20
LCRCANCEL ………………………………. ..400-2 0
MESSAGEWAITING ………………………….. ..400-2 0
OFF-HOOK PREFERENCE ………………………. .400-20
PERSONALIZED MESSAGES …………………….. .400-21
PAGING ………………………………….. ..400-2 1
PERSONAL PARK (Flip-Flop) ……………………… .400-21
PROGRAMMING YOUR NAME WK) THE LCD DISPLAY …… .400-21
STATION SPEED DIAL …………………………. .400-21
WRING STATION SPEED NUMBERS ………………. .400-21
SYSTEM SPEED DIAL ………………………….. .400-22 i
UNIVERSAL NIGHT ANSWER fUNA) ………………… .400-22
UCD AVAILABLE/UNAVAIIABLE ………………….. .400-22
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400.102
490.103
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400.105
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400.108
400.109
400.110
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400.113
400.114
400.115
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400.119
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SECTION 500
500.1
500.2
500.3
500.4
500.5
500.6
500.7
500.8
500.9
500.10
500.11
500.12
500.13
500.14
500.15
500.16
500.17
500.18
500.19
500.20
500.2 1
500.22
500.23
500.24
500.25
500.26
ANSWERING AN OUTSIDE CALL
…………………… 400-22
PLACING OUTSIDE LINE ON HOLD
…………………. 400-22
ANSWERING A REULLING OUTSIDE LINE
……………. 400-22
ATIENDANT ACTNA’DON OF BGM AT A PHONE BOX ……. 400-22
ATTENDANT DISABLE OUTGGING ACCESS
…………… 400-22
ATTENDANI’OVERRlDE
………………………… 400-22
ATTENDANT lwxLL …………………………… 400-22
DIRECTGRY DIAL ADMINISTRATION
………………… 400-23
EXECUl-lVE OVERRIDE …………………………. 400-24
INTERCOM CALKNG …………………………… 400-24
INCOMINGCOIJNESOFF-NET(viaspeeddial) …………. 400-24
NIGHTSERVICE ……………………………. ..460-2 5
SETnNG SY!XEM TIME AND DATE
………………… 400-25
STORING SYSTEM SPEED NUMBERS
……………….. 400-25
AmNDANT TRANSFER SEARCH
………………….. 400-25
PIACING AN OUTSIDE C%LL (Automatic Line Selection)
…… 400-25
CALLPARK
……………………………….. ..400-2 5
DO NOT DISTURB INDICATION ……………………. 400-25
RIZTRIEVING A PARKED CALL
…………………….. 400-25
CALL TRANSFER
……………………………… 400-26
CAMP-ON …………………………………… 400-26
FLEXIBLE BUrrON PROGRAMMING
………………… 400-26
ME~MEPAGE……………………………….400-2 6
PAGING ……………………………………. 4-00-26
RELEASE BUITON
……………………………. 400-27
LCDDISPLAYS
……………………………… ..410- 1
INSTALLATION ………………………….. 500-l
SITEPIANNING ……………………………… ..500- 1
UNPACKINGTHE 4096 BASIC SYSTEM
……………….. 500-l
SYSI’EM GROUNDING …………………………… 500-2
KSU INSTALIATION …………………………….. 500-2
LIGHTNING PROTEC’HON ………………………… 500-5
EXTERNAL POWER SUPPLY HOUSING (EPS) INSTALLATION … 500-5
POWER SUPPLY (PSI INSTALlAnON …………………. 500-5
BATTERY BACK UP INSTALLATION ………………….. 500-5
PRINTEDCIRCUTTBGARDINSTALLA’IlON …………….. 500-8
CO/PBX CONNECHONS
………………………… 500-l 1
AMPLIFIED CENT&% OFFICE INTERFACE BGARD ……… 500-l 1
STATTON CONNECITONS
………………………… 500-l 1
POWER FAILURE TRANSFER AND LBC CONNECTIONS 500-11
KEY TELEPHONE INSTALL%TION …………….. : : : : : : 5OO- 19
DSS/DLS INSTALLAnON
………………………… 500-19
PHONE BOX IN!?TALIATION
……………………… 500-19
SINGLE LINE TELEPHONE INSTALLATION ……………. 500-19
OFF-PREMXSE EXTENSION INSTALLAnON (OPXl ……….. 500-21
WALL MOUNTING THE TELEPHONE
………………… 500-23
HEADSET INSTALLATION
……………………….. 500-23
APPLICATTON BGARD (APL) CONNECTIONS …………… 500-23
INSTALLING THE SINGLE LINE TELEPHONE DTMFRS UNIT (SLBJOO-28
INSTALLING THE RSM (Additional RS-232C port) ……….. 500-28
RS-232CCONNECXONS ………………………… 500-28
BACKGROUND MUSIC AND MUSIC-ON-HOLD …………. 500-28
RING GENERATOR AND MESSAGE WAl’ITNG POWER SUPPLY -28
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500.27
SECTION 600
600.1
600.2
600.3
SECTION 700
700.1
700.2
700.3
700.4
700.5
700.6
SECTION 710
710.1
710.2
710.3
710.4
710.5
710.6
710.7
710.8
710.9
710.10
710.11
710.12
710.13
710.14
710.15
710.16
710.17
710.18
710.19
710.20
710.21
710.22
710.23
710.24
710.25
710.26
710.27
710.28
710.29
710.30
710.31
710.32
710.33
710.34
710.35
710.36
INSTALLING THE EXPANSION KSU ………………… .500-26
SYSTEM C~xoUlT ……………………. 600-l
INIRODUCllON ……………………………… ..600- 1
PRELXMINARY PROCEDURES ……………………… .600-l
POWER UP SEQUENCE …………………………. .600-l
CUSTOMER DATA BASE PROGWUKlKlNG …. 700-1
INlRODUCTlON …………………………….. …700-I
PROGRAM MODE ENTRY IDataTerminal) …………….. .700-l
PRGGRAMMODEENlRY(KeyStationl.. …………….. ..700- 7
INTDAIZA’ITON ……………………………… ..700- 7
CUSTGMER DATA WORKSHEERS ………………….. .700-7
DATA BASE FIELDS ……………………………. .700-7
SYSTEM PARABdET ERS PROGRAMMING. …. 71~1
SYEjl-EM HOLD RECALLTIMER …………………… ..710- 1
EXCLUSIVE HOLD RECALLTlMER …………………. .710-l
TRANSFER RECALLnMER ………………………. .710-2
PRESETFORWARD’TTMER ……………………….. .710-2
PAUSETIMER ………………………………. ..710- 3
CALLPARK RECALLTIMER ……… ; ……………… .710-3
CONFERENCE TIMER ………………………….. .710-4
MESSAGE Wm REMINDERTONE …………………. .710-4
PAGING TIMEOUTTIMER. ……………………….. .710-5
CORINGDETECTTIMER………………………….710- 5
HOLD PREFERENCE …………………………… .7lO-6
EXEC OVERRIDE WARNINGTONE …………………. .710-6
IZXTERNALNIGKTRING …………………………. .710-7
ATTENDANT OVERRIDE …………………………. .710-7
ATTENDANT STAnON ………………………….. .710-8
LOUD BELL CONTROL ………………………….. .710-8
PBX DIALING CODES …………………………… .710-g
ITxEcm/sEcmARY PAIRS ………………….. .710-10
STATION MESSAGE DETAIL RECORDING (SMDRI ………. .710-l 1
SEX’ADMIN. PASSWORD ……………………….. .710-13
DIAL PULSE P AR4METERs …………………….. ..710-13
LCRENABLE ………………………………. ..710-14
DISA ACCESS CODE ………………………….. .710-14
PHONE BOX RING TIMER ……………………….. .710-15
ATIENDANT DEDICATED INIERCOM ………………. .710-15
MUSICCHANNEL.. ………………………….. ..710-16
SETTING SYSTEMTIMEAND DATE ………………… .710-16
SLT HOOKSWITCH TTMER ………………………. .710-17
SLT HOOKSWITCH BOUNCETIMER …… i …………. .710-17
PAGE WARNING TONE …………………………. .710-18
ATTENDANT RECALLTIMER ……………………. ..710-18
CALL FORWARD NO ANSWERTIMER ………………. .710-19
HUKTGROUPS………………………………..710-2 0
WEEKLY NIGHT MODE SCHEDULE ………………… .710-21
SLT DTMF RECEIVERTIMER …………………….. .710-22
DIRECI’GRY DLALING ………………………….. -710-23
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SECTION 720
720.1
SECTION730
730.1
SECTION740
740.1
740.2
740.3
SECTION 745
745.1
745.2
745.3
SEmION 750
750.1
750.2
750.3
SECTION 755
SlSCTION760
760.1
760.2
760.3
760.4
760.5
760.6
SECTION 765
765.1
765.2
765.3
765.4
765.5
765.8
765.7
SECTXON 800
800.1
800.2
800.3
APPENDIX A
APPENDIX B
APPENDIX C
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CO LINE AMXIBUTES PROGfiAMMING ….. ,720-l
CO LINE PROC RAMMING ………………………. ..720- 1
STATION ATTRIBUTES PROGRAMMING ….. .73&l
STAnON PROG RAMMING ………………………. ..730- 1
UNIFORM CALL DISTRIBUTION …………. .74u-1
UNIFORM CALL DISlRIBU’l’TON (UCD) ……………….. 746-l
UCDTlMERS …………………………………. 740-3
ANNOUNCEMENTTABLES ……………………….. 740-5
VOICE MAIL GROUPS (VM) ………………. .74s-1
VOICE MAIL GROUPS …………………………… 745- 1
VOICE MAIL OUTXJLSING TABLE …………………… 745-4
VOICE MAIL IN-BAND DIGITS ……………………… 745-6
EXCEPTION TABLES PROGRAMMING ……. .zo-1
INTRODUCnON………………………………..750- 1
RELATED lTEMS TO TOLL RESTRICTION ……………… 750-2
TOLL RESTRICTION PROGRAMMING ………………… 750-4
LEAST COST ROUTING PROGRAMMING ….. .765-l
INITIALIZING DATA BASE P-ERS …. .760-l
SYSTEM PARAMETERS ………………………….. 760-l
CO LINE PARAMETERS ………………………….. 760-2
STATION P ARWETERS ………………………….. 760-3
EXCEPnON TABLES ……………………………. 760-4
SYSTEM SPEED DIAL …………………………… 760-5
LCRTABLES ……………………………….. ..760- 6
PRINTING DATA BASE PARAMETERS ……. ,765-l
PRINTEN-HRE SYSTEM DATABASE …………………. 765-l
SYSTEM PARAMETERS ………………………….. 765-2
CO LINEATTRIBUTES …………………………… 765-5
STAnONATTRIBUTES……………………………765- 7
EXCEPTION TABLES ……………………………. 765-9
SYSTEMSPEEDDLAL ………………………….. 765-11
LCRTABLES ………………………………. ..765-13
AMINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING … .800-l
PRINTED CIRCUTT BGARD (PCB) TROUBLESHGCDNG CHARTS 600-l
REMOTE MAINTENANCE …………………………. 600-7
REMOTE SYSTEM MONITOR ……………………… 600-12
INF”E4096 PROG RAMMING FORMS …… A-l
lIlVZ’- 4096 COMPONENT LIST ………… ~-1
AEC The MessengerTM 212 Plus …………… cl
LIST OF FIGURES
SECTION 100
SECTION 200
SECTION 300
SECTION 400
SECTION 500
SECTION 600
SECTION 700
SECTION 710
SECTION 720
SECTION 730
INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . loo-1
GENERAL DESCRIPTION ………………… zoo-1
Flgure2QO-1 &@ni&4096SystanBlockDiagram ……… ..2-00- 2
Figure 200-2 b@&eStatton Instruments …………….. .2QO-6
FEATURE DESCRJPTION ………………… 30~1
Figure300-1 &@&e4096DefauitMapping …………. .3UO-11
FEATURE OPERATION ………………….. 400-1
Figure 400-l m Executive Key Telephone …………. .4OO-2
INSTALLATION …………………………. ~~00-1
Figure 500-l Mounting Arrangements ……………….. .500-2
Figure 500-2 Mounting Dimensions …………………. .500-3
Figure500-3BasicKSUandExpanslonKSU ………….. ..5ClO- 4
Figure 5004 Esrt. Power Supply Housing & Power Supply ….. .500-6
Figure 500-5Tone RnttteronBCCard ……………….. .500-7
Figure 500-6 Apical Battery Interconnectton Layout ……… .5OO-8
Figure 500-7 DC/DC Converter Unit (DC/DC) ………….. .500-g
Figure 500-8 Central Processing Board (CPB) ………….. .5OO-10
Figure500-9CentralOf&eInterf&ceBoard(COB) ………. .500-12
Figure 500-10 Ampwed CO Interface Board (COA) ………. .5OO- 14
Figure500-11 KeyStationInterfaceBoard(KlB) ………… .500-15
Figure 500-12 Powq FailureTransfer Circuit (PFT) ………. .5OO-18
Figure 500-13 Station Modular Block Wiring ………….. .500-20
Figure 500-14 Key Telephone Wall Mounting ………….. .500-22
Figure 500-15 Application Board (APL) ………………. .5QO-24
Figure 500-16 Applk!aUon Board Connections …………. .500-25
Figure 500- 17 Application Board Modular Connections ……. NO-26 Vodavi Infinite
Figure 500-18 CO and SLT RAN Connections ………….. .5OO-27
Figure 500-19 RSM Baud Rate Selection. …………….. .500-29
Figure 500-20 I?%m2c connecttons ……………….. .%I&30
Figure 500-21 Installing the Expansion KSU ………….. .5OO-33
SYSTEM CHECKOUT ……………………. coo-1
CUSTOMER DATA aASE PROG-G . . . . 700-1
Ffgure 700-l Data Terminal Program Codes Cross Reference . . . .700-2
Figure 700-2 &jZnite 4096 Default Button Mapping . . . . . . . . . .700-3
SYSTEM PARAMET ERS PROGRAMMING.. . . . 710-1
CO LINE ATTRIBUTES PROG-G . . . . . . 720-1
STATION ATTRIBUTES PROGRAMMING . . . . . 730-1
Figure 730-l DSS Console Maps 1-3 Button Assignment . . . . . . .730-6
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SECTXON 740
SECTION 745
SECTION 750
SECTION 755
SECTION 760
SECTION 765
SECTION 800
APPENDIX A
APPENDIX B
APPENDIX C
UNIFORM CALL DISTRXBUTION …………. .740-l
VOICE lldAIL GROUPS (VM) ………………. .745-1
EXCEPTION TABLES PROGIiAMMING ……. .760-l
LEAST COST ROUTING PROGIUSMMING ….. .ms-1
INITXALIZING DATA RASE PARAMETERS …. .760-l
PRINTING DATA BASE PARAMETERS ……. .76&l
Figure 765-l DB Prfntout ofSystem Parameters …………. 765-3
Flgure765-2DBPrintoutofCOLineAtt.rlbutes.. ………… 765-6
Figure 765-3 DB Printout of Station Attributes ………….. 765-8
Figure 765-4 DB Printout of ExcepUonTables ………….. 765-10
Figure 765-5 DB Printout of System Speed Numbers ……… 765-12
Figure 765-6 DB Printout of LCR Default ……………… 76514
AtWINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING … .800-l
Figure 800-l Remote Maintenance Help Menu …………… 800-7
Figure 800-2 &jinite 4096 Configuration wlth/LCR ………. 800-8
Figure 800-3 CO Line ConfIguration Printout ……………. 800-9
Figure 800-4 Station Configuration Printout …………… 800-10
Figure 800-5 APL Configuration Printout ……………… 800-l 1
Figure 800-6 Event Trace as it appears on Display ……….. 800-14
zNFY.MTE 4096 PROG RAMMING FORMS …… A-l
IlVF- 4096 COMPONENT LIST ………… B-I
AEC The MessengerTM 212 Plus …………… Cl
Figure C-l SLTtoAEC Connections …………………… C-2
FigureC-2 ACT8Cond.to6Cond.RANUneCord …………. C-3
Figure C-3 COB to AEC Connecttons …………………… C-4
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LIST OF TABLES
SECTION 100 INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . loo- I
SECTION 200 GENERAL DESCRIPTION ………………… 200-1
Table 200-l System Capacity ……………………… .200-8
Table 200-2 Environmental Spsons …………….. .200-g
Table200-3LoopIfmlt-s ………………………… ..2QO- 9
Table 200-4 Dialing Spec@.ations ………………….. .200-g
Table 200-5 Electrical Specifications ………………… .200-10 .
Table 200-6 Regulatory Numbers …………………… 200-10
Table2UO-7DimensionsandWeight.. ………………. .200-11
Table 200-8 Miscellaneous Specifications …………….. .200-l 1
Table 200-g KeyTelephone Audible Signals …………… .200-12
Table 200- 10 DSS/BLF Button Visual Indicators ……….. .200- 13
Table 200- 11 CO Line Button Visual Indicators ………… .200- 13
Table 200-12 Function Button Visual Indicators ………… .200-14
Table 200- 13 Single Line Telephone Audible Signals ……… .200- 15
Table 200- 14 Ring Gen./Message Wait (RG) Specifications …. .200- 15
Table 200-15 OPXTelephone Audlble Signals ………….. .200-16
Table 200-16 Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) ………. .200-17
SECTION 300 FEATURE DESCRIPTION ………………… 300-1
Table 300-l Alphabetical Feature Index ………………. .300-2
SECTION 400
SECTION 500
FEATURE OPERATION ………………….. 400-1
Table 400-l wte 4096 System Numbering Plan ………. .400-3
Table400-2FLEXButtonProgrammingCodes …………. .400-11
Table 410-l Ii&ire 4096 LCD Displays ……………… .410-l
INSTALLATION …………………………. 500- 1
Table 500-l Pl C-cmnecting Block …………………. -500-13
Table 500-2 P2 Cmnecting Block …………………. .500-13
Table 500-3 Station Connecting Block (KIB) …………… .500-16 Vodavi Infinite
Table 5004 Station Connecting Block (KIB/OHV) ………. .500-16
Table 500-5 Station Connecting Block (SL?) …………… .500-17
Table 500-6 Pwr Failure Transfer Unit Connections (Pm …. .500-17
Table 500-7 OPX Station Connecting Block (OPXl ………. .%0-21
Table 500-8 SMDR Printout ……………………… .500-32
SECTION 600 SYSTEM CHECKOUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 600-l
SECTION 700 CUSTOMER DATA BASE PROGRAMMING.. . . 700-1
Table 700-l Default Values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .700-4
SECTION 710 SYSTEM PARAMET ERS PROGRAMMING.. . . . 710-l
Table 710-l Hook Switch Activity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . .710-17
SECX’ION 720 CO LINE ATTRIBUTES PROGRAMMING . . . . . . 720-l
Table 720-l Class of Service (COS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .720-5
SECTION 730 STATION ATTRIBUTES PROGRAMMING . . . . . 730-l
Table 730- 1 Flexible Button Display Designations . . . . . . . . . . .730- 12
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SECTION 740
SECTXON 745
SECTION 750
SECTION 755
SECTION 760
SECTION 765
SECZION 800
APPENDIX A
APPENDIX B
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UNIFORM CALL DISTRIBUTION …………. ,740-l
VOICE MAIL GROUPS (V&I) ………………. .74s-1
EXCEFX’ION TABLES PROGRAMMING ……. .mo-1
Table 750-l Class of Service (COS) …………………… 750-l
Table 750-2 Allow/Deny Toll Table …………………… 750-2
LEAST COST ROUTING PROGRAMMING ….. .ms-1
Table 755-l LCRClass ofServiceTahle ……………….. 755-6
Table 755-2 Daily Start TYme & Weekly Schedule Tables ……. 755-9
Table 755-3 Exampks: Daily & Wkly Start Tlme Tables ……. 755- 10
INITIALIZING DATA BASE PARAMETERS …. .760-l
PRINTING DATA BASE PARAMETERS ……. .7651
AUINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING … .800-l
Table 800-l Central Processing Board (CPB) ……………. 800- 1
Table 800-2 DC/DC Converter Unit (DC/DC) ……………. 800-2
Table 800-3 Battery Chargtng Board IBC) ………………. 800-2
Table 800-4 Key Station Interface Board (KIB) …………… 800-3
Table 800-5 Key Station Interface Board w/OHVA (KIB/OHVj … 800-3
Table 800-6 Central Office Interface Board (COB) …………. 800-3
Table 800-7 Single Line Interface Board (SIB) ……………. 800-4
Table 800-8 SLT Ring Generator (RG) and M/W Power Supply … 800-4
Table 800-9 Application Board (APL) …………………. 800-4
Table 800-10 Single Line Receiver/Sender Unit (SLU) ……… 800-5
Table 800- 11 RS-232C Module (RSM) ………………… 800-5
Table 800- 12 Power Failure Transfer Unit (PFIJ ………….. 800-5
Table 800- 13 Amplified Conference Board (COA) …………. 800-6
Table 800- 14 Off-Premise Extension Board (OPXI ………… 800-6
RVF.- 4096 PROGRAMMIN GFORMS …… A-l
Appendix A- 1 System Parameters ……………………… A- 1
Appendix A-2 UCD and Hunt Group Parameters …………… A-3
Appendix A-3 Voice Mail Group Parameters ………………. A-4
Appendix A4 CO Line Pr ogramming(Flash40) ………….. ..A- 5
Appendix A-5 CO Line Ringing Assignment Chart ………….. A-7
Appendix A-6 Station Pro @xmm&q(Flash 50) …………….. A-8
Appendix A-7 Flexible Station Buttons ………………….. A-9
AppendkA-8SystemSpeedDialNumbers …………….. .A-11
Appendix A-9 Exception Tables (J?lash 60) ………………. A- 13
AppendixA-10LeastCostRmking@%sh61). …………… .A-15
Appendix A-l 1 Route List Table ……………………… A-16
Appendix A- 12 Insert/Delete Tables …………………… A-20
Appendix A- 13 3-Digit Area/Of&e Code Route List Table ……. A-22
Appendix A-14 6-Digit Office Code Table ……………….. A-23
Appendix A- 15 LCR Exception Code Table ………………. A-24
AlFlA?ITE 4096 COMPONENT LIST ………… ~-1
Appendix El &finite 4096 Component List ……………… El
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APPENDIX C AEC The MessengerTM 212 Plus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cl
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~~WRV~TE 4096 Hybrid Key Telephone System INFINITE 4096 ISSUE CONTROL SHEET
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1 JANUAKY 1992 First Release of Infinite 4096 General Description, Installation ant i Maintenance Manual.
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SECTION100
INTRODUCTION
100.1 PURPOSE
This manual provides the information necessay to program, install, operate and maintain
the I- 4096 Hybrid Key Telephone System.
100.2 REGULATORY INFORMATION
The Federal Communications Commission
IFCC) has established rules which allow the
direct connectton of the Ir3finfte 40% Key Telephone System to the telephone network Gzrtain actions must be undertaken or
understood before the connection of customer
provided equipment is completed.
A Telephone Company NoMication
Before connecung the I@ni& 4096 Hybrid
Key Telephone System to the telephone
network, the local serving telephone company must be given advance notice of intention to use customer provided
equipment and provided with the following
information: Vodavi Infinite
The telephone numbers to be connected
to the system.
The FCC ReglstraUon Number located
on the Key Service Unit mu):
DLP82V- 17568-MF-E
If no Key Telephones are programmed to
have a pooled group button. use the
following FCC RegistraUon Number
DLF%2V- 17567~KF-E
The Ringer Equivalence Number also
located on the KSU: 0.5B
The Universal System Ordering Code
IIJSOC) jack required for direct titerconnection with the telephone network:
FLJ2lX
B. lnddcncc of Harm
If the telephone company detexmines that
the customer provided equipment is faulty
and possibly causing harm or interruption
to the telephone network, it should be
disconnected until repairs can be made. If
this is not done, the telephone company
may temporarily disconnect service.
C.
D.
E.
changes ln service
The local telephone company may make
changes fn its communications facilities or
procedures. Ifthese changes should affect
the use of the 1r@f& 4096 or compatibility
with the network. the telephone company
must give wrltten notice to the user to
allow uninterrupted Service.
h¶alntenana umltations
Maintenance on the 4096 Hybrid KeyTelephone System is to be performed only by
the manufacturer or its authorized agent.
The user may not make any changes
and/or repairs except as specifically noted
in t.h& manual. If unauthorized alterations or repairs are made. any remaining
warranty may be voided.
Notice of CompIiance
The 4096 Hybrid Key Telephone System
complies with rules regarding radiation
and radio frtquency emissions by Class A
computing devices. In accordance with
FCC Standard 15 (Subpart J). the following tiormatton must be supplied to the
end user:
“This equipment generates and uses
RF energy and if not installed and
used in accordance with the InstnxUon Manual. may cause interference
to Radio Communications. It has
been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class A computing
device. pursuant to Subpart J of part
15 of the FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference, when
operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this equipment in
a residential area is likely to cause
interference, in which case the user.
at his own expense, will be required to
take whatever measures may be required to correct the interference.’
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The
HearingAid Compatibility
All In&&e 4096 Key Telephones are Hearlng Aid Compatible. as defined in Section
68.3 16 of Part 68 FCC Rules and RegulaUOXlS
OPX CYrcuit
I@nfte 4096 Key Telephone System may
be equipped with single line OPX boards which
provide four (4) 48 volt FCC registered 2500-
type single line interface ports.
l Each OPX port when used to support an
off-premise extension requires an
OL 13C network circuit.
l An FCC registered interface such as a
W2 1X is also required to connect to the
public network.
100.3 RECUUTORY INFORMATION CAHADIAN)
Depariment of Communications (DOC)
Won Number: 676 2799A
Load Number: 19 Vodavi Infinite
Standard Connector: CA21A
Can- Standards Association (CSAI
File Number: LR!57228
A. Notice
The Canadian Department of Communications’ label identifies certified equipment. Thfs certification means that the
equipment meets certain telecommunications network protective. operational and
safety requirements. This Department
does not guarantee the equipment will
operate to the user’s satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users
should ensure that It is permissible to be
connected to the factlitles of the local telecommunlcaUons company. The equipment must also be installed using an
acceptable method of connection. In some
cases, the company’s inside wiring asso&
ated with single line individual service may
be extended by means of a certified connector assembly (telephone extension
cord). The customer should be aware that
compliance with the above condition may
not prevent degradation of service in mrne
situations.
Repairs to cerUfled equipment should be
made by an authorized Canadian matntenance facility designated by the supplier.
Any repairs or alterations made by the
user to this equipment. or equipment maifuncttons. may give the telecommunications company cause to request the user
to disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections
of the power utility. telephone lines and
fnternd metallic water pipe system, if preSenk are connected together. This precaution may be particularly important in
rural areas.
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Users should not attempt to make
such connections themselves, but
should contact the appropriate electric inspection authority. or electridan, as appropriate.
B. ErpladdonofLoadNumber
The Load Number (LN) assigned to each
terminal device denotes the percentage of
the total load to be connected to a telephone loop which is used by the device to
prevent overloading. The termination on
a loop may consist of any combination of
devices subject only to the requirement
that the total of the load numbers of all the
devices does not exceed 100.
C. MaiJltenallcc L4.mitationB
Maintenance on the In&&e 4096 Hybrid
Key Telephone System is to be performed
only by the manufacturer or its authorized
agent. The user may not make any
changes and/or repairs except as spedtally noted in this manual. If unauthorized alterations or repairs are made, any
remalnlng warranty may be voided.
D. Notice of Compliance
The In&&e 4096 Hybrid Key Telephone
System complies with Class A or Class B
limits of the Canadian Radio Interference
Regulations. In accordance with FCC
Standard 15 (Subpart J). the following
information must be supplied to the end
user:
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Infinite 4096 Hybrid Key Telephone System INTRODUCTION
YlXis equipment generates and uses
RF energy and if not installed and
used in accordance with the Ins&~-
tion Manual+ may cause interfennce
to Ftadio comml.mlcauons. It has
been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class A or Class B
computing device, pursuant to Subpart J or Part 15 of the FCC Rules,
whfch are designed to provide rcasonable protection against such interference. when operated in a commercial
environment. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause interference, in which
case the user, at his own expense. will
be required to take whatever measures may be required to correct the
interference. *
E. OPX Circuit Vodavi Infinite
The Zrzfznite 4096 Key Telephone Systems
may be equipped w-ith single line OPX
boards which provide four (41 48 volt registered 2500-type single line interface
PO-.
l A DOC nglstered interface such as a
CA2 1A is also required to connect to the
public network.
loo.4 uL/csA SAFETY COMP~CE
The Irsfznite 4096 Hybrid Key Telephone System
has met all safety requirements and was found
be in compliance with the United Laboratories
KJL) 1459 Second Edition and Canadian
Standards Assodatlon (CXiAj CS-03 Standard.
The k#nife 4096 is authorized to bear the UL
and CSA marks.
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SECTION200
GENERALDESCRIPTION
200.1 SYSTEM TEcHN0LoGY
The In&f& 4096 Hybrid Key Telephone System
is an expandable modular system engineered
for growth through modular card IPCB) expansion as well as KSU module expansion and
provides a flexible assortment of features
through software options and optional circuit
cards. F&p-e 200-l is a block diagram of the
System.
The Zn$nf& 4096 Hybrid Key Telephone System
is the upper end of a family of Electronic Key
Telephone Systems designed to meet the needs
of telephone users from small to large. The
other members of this family are the In&f&
816 and 1224.
The In&&e 4096 Hybrid Key Telephone System
is a modular system designed for growth using
state of the art Di&al Technology for switching
control. co mmand processing and also utilizes
a CMOS based microprocessor controlled cross
point switching matrix, and provides a fl&ble
assorunent of features.
This family of systems Is englneered ‘to allow
the same telephones to migrate through the
complete product line.
This system has a capacity of up to 40 outside
lines. 96 internal telephone stations. and 14
intercom channels. The system architecture
allows for non-blocking access to all 40 CO
lines. The KSU is designed as two cabinets.
The Basic cabinet will support 24 outside lines
and 48 internal stattons. The Expansion cabinet will support an additional 16 outside lines
and 48 internal statlons. Standard single-line
(2500 type) telephones can be installed in the
system by exchanging key telephone boards for
single-Une boards.
200.2 COMMON EQUIPMENT
The following components are necessary to
operate the @?nf& 4096 Hybrid Key Telephone
System: (Refer to Appendix B for a complete
4096 component list with Part #‘s)
0 Basic KSU
0 Central Processor Board (CPB) with generic software
l DC/DC Converter (DC/DC)
l Key Station Interface Board (KIB)
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B.
C.
Central Ofiice Interface Board (COB)
Power supply Es)
External Power Housing (EPS)
Enhanced Key Telephone or
Executive Key Telephone
Basic Key Sewice Unit (BKSIJj
The Basic KSU is housed in a wall-mount
cabinet that contains card slots for modular boards and associated pre-wired connectors. The KSU provides card slot
positions for DC/DC Converter (DC/DC),
Central Processing Board (CPB), 24
CO/PBX lines (3 COB’s), 48 stations (6
KIB’sl. an Application Board (APL), and
two Power Failure Transfer untts. One ( 1)
BKSU is required per system.
Expansion Key Service Unit [EKSUJ
The Expansion KSU is an add-on cabinet
that mounts next to the Basic KSU with
ribbon cable connectors to interface to the
Basic KSU, card slots to support up to 8
PCB’s and a pre-wired CO line interface
connector (a). The lQcpa.nsion KSU will
support a configuration of 16 CO lines and
48 Key Telephones/DSS Units/Phone
Boxes. One (1) EKSU is required when the
system exceeds 24 CO lines or 48 stations.
Two power supplies are required in the
External Power Supply Housing (EPS) for
Expansion KSU operation.
External Power Supply Housing (EPS)
The External Power Supply Housfng (EPS)
is a wall mountable cabinet that houses
the EPS motherboard (backplane), two
Power Supply Units 0%). the Single Lfne
Ringing Generator and Message Waiting
Power Supply Unit (RG), and the Battery
Charging Unit (BC). The EPS contains an
ON/OFF power switch. an AC input cord.
a DC output cord, battery connector panel
for connecting 24V dc of battery power, an
AC ON LED, a DC ON LED and a RING ON
LED for the Battery Charging Board (BC).
One (1) EPS Is required per system.
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The Power Supply Units Ipsl. Ring Generator Unit (RG) and the Battery Charging
Unit (BC) all incorporate modular connectors that interface on the EPS motherboard allowing easy installation and
removaI of these units.
D. Power Supply Unit (I’!31
This unit converts 117V ac to 24 volt
power required for system operation. One
power supply is required for the Basic KSU
and an additional power supply is required
for the Expansion KSU. Both units plug
into the External Power Supply Housing
EW.
E. DC/DC Converter (DC/DC)
Thts is a modular unit that converts the
24V dc power into !5V dc and 14V de. the
system operating voltages. The unit also
provides LED voltage indicators, test
points and ad]ustments, as well as an
input jack (RCA type) for Background MuSk.
F. central Processor Board (CPB)
This board provides the system’s main 16
bit microprocessor and operating memory.
It controls all system activity including
switching functions and feature operattoxi
This board houses the Programmable
Read Only Memory (PROM) with generic
operating instructions, and Random Access Memory (RAW for customer data
base programming. A lithium battery is
included for protectlon of the RAM memory. An RS-232C connector for data base
printout and SMDR is included. Feature
Package somare is installed on this board
at the factory (See FP description below).
One ( 11 CPB is required per system.
G. Featun Package Software
‘l%e Feature Package installed on the CPB
provides the generic operation and feature
set available to the system. This Feature
Package includes software to support
such features as Least Cost Routing &CR),
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD), Hunt
Groups, Direct Inward System Access
@I!%%*, Voice Mail In-band integration
and Remote Administration*. This one
Feature Package will support a maxfmum
configuration of 40’ CO lines and 96’ staUOILS.
P Additional hardware may be required.)
200.3 FoFtTcxR.Ds
A.
B.
C.
D.
Central Oface Interface Board (COB)
Provides the interface for eight central offke DTMF or Dial Pulse) loop start lines.
The board can be removed or inserted with
KSU power ON, however, the ‘Normal/Service’ switch should be in the
‘Sexvice’ mode before removing or inseaing the board into the system. An in-use
LED for each circuit and a switch to take
the board out of setice are provided.
The CO circuiti are equipped with programmable current sensing circuitry that
identifies distant end disconnect loop supervIsion, if provided by the Central Of&e.
AmpliI3ed Central Office Ynterface
Board (cm
The Amplified Central Office Interface
Board (COAI is an opUonai card that installs in place of any standard COB board.
The COA enhances audio levels and contains all other attributes of the COB. The
COA is recommended for DISA and multiline conference applications and should
not be used in the System behind a PBX
because of possible feedback When Aniplified CO operation is desired, it is recommended that &CO ctrcuits in the system
be equipped on COA Boards.
Key Station Interface Board (XIB)
Provides interface circuit.~~ for eight Key
Telephones. The KIB will support any Injnfte Enhanced or Executive Key Telephone set. ‘Ihe KXB board can be inserted
or removed with the KSU power ON, however, the ‘Nom&/Service” switch should
be in the ‘SeIvice” mode before removing
or insexting the board into the system. An
in-use LED and a switch to take the card
out of service are provided. A DSS/DIS or
Phone Box can also be assigned to any one
of the cfrcuits. The KIB circuits are protected from mis-wiring and overcurrent.
Key Station Interface Board with OffHook Voice AMounce (glB/OHVl
The Key Statton Interface Board with OffHook Voice Announce (KIB/OHVJ provides Vodavi Infinite
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Telephones (Enhanced or Executive). including the capability for 081 Hook Voice
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moved with the KSU power ON. A DSS or
Phone BQX can be assigned to any one of
the circuits. Used in placed of KIB board.
E. Shqle Line Telephone Inter&e Board
(SIB)
The Single Line Telephone Interface Board
provides interface for eight (8) -24 vdc
single line (2500 type) telephones. Single
Line Telephone Interfarx Boards (SIB’s)
and Key Station Interface Boards 0UB’s)
are interchangeable wlthin the system.
Both standard MMF andmessage waiting
(9OV’) DTMF single line telephones may be
used. An SIB or an OPX Board is required
when connecting to a Voice Mail System
and In-Band Integration is desired. An
Application Board (APL) and a Ring Generator (RG) are required when fnsblung
SIB’S.
F. OfWrcmise Ertcnsions Board (OPXI
The Single Line OPX Board provides four
(4) 48 vdc FCC registered 2500-type single line interface ports. When an OPX is
installed. the maximum number of stations in the system is reduced by four.
OPX station features are the same as SLT
station features. The only exception is
‘Receiving Message Waiting Indication’,
which is not allowed. Thus. OPX stations
cannot answer a message waiting indication since they are incapable of receiving
such an indication. All other feature operation is identical to that of on-premise
SLT stations.
Each OPX port requires an OL13C network circuit An FCC registered interface,
such as RJ21X is required to connect to
the public network. Only SLT devices capable of sending true DTMF can be used
on an OPX circuit provided by the system.
When an OPX board is installed. four station ports are rendered unusable, reducing the maximum number of stations in
the system by four. For example, with an
OPX board inserted into the second KIB
card slot extensions 108 through 111 support four OPX circuits (extensions 112
through 115 are not usable)& Application Board (APL) and a Ring Generator
(RG) are required when installing an OPX
Board.
200.4 oPrxoNAL coMPoNENTs
A
B.
C.
ApplkationBoardtAF’L)
The Application Board [APL) provldes the
rnatrlx and control&g circuitry for DISA.
unsupervised conference and one external
page zone as well as the drcuttxy for two
MMF recehers and two MMF senders to
support a small number of single line telephones. The APL has provisions for the
addition of a Single Ltne DTMFRS Unit
(SLU). used to support larger quantities of
single-be telephones, and an RS232C
Module (RsMj to add an additional F2S
23242 port for outputting SMDR information only. This port cannot be used for
pro- locally or remotely via a terminal. The APL also has a connection for
Recorded Announcement (RAN) input and
its control contacts.
RS-232C Module (RSM]
This RS-232C Module (RSM) mounts on
the Application Board (APL) and provides
a second RS-232C connector. This connector may be used to output SMDR data Vodavi Infinite
while the standard RS-232C (located on
the CPB) is used for system printout or
Remote AdministraUon.
Single Line DTMF Receiver/Sender
unit (SLUI
Used to expand the MMF receivers and
senders in the System to support single
line telephones. The module is added to
the APL board and contains four IYlMF
receivers and one DTMF sender.
Note:AddhgtheSLUisstrongl~~remnmended
whenSLTlraJlciseq&edtobeheauyorwhen
mmecUngaVdceMailorAutomatedAttendant
to the 4096 Si~stem
D. Power Failure Transfer Unit (PPT)
There can be two Power Failure Ransfer
Units installed in the Basic KSU, each
providing automatic direct cut-through
connection of six CO/PBX lines to six slngle line telephones in case of commercial
power failure or system processor failure.
The single line telephones may or may not
be intercom stations. For each PFI’ installed there is one set of Loud Bell Control
wntacts provided. This unit can be removed or inserted with power on the KSU.
There is a manua.l switch that activates the
PFT for testing purposes.
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E. Battcry charging unit [BCI
The Battery Charging Unit @Cl installs
into the External Power Supply Housing
(EPS) and provides the charging clrctitxy
for a 24V dc battery package. The charging rate is 28V dc at 0.5 ampere for the
Basic KSU or 2.0 ampere with the &pansion KSU (when the second Power Supply
is added).
F. Single Une Ring Generator and lL6/FK
Power Supply Unit (RG)
Pmvldes the 9OV ac, 20 Hz. ringing supply
for supporting single line telephones and
OPX’s. Also provides the voltage to light
single lfne telephone M/W atghts when SIB
cards are installed in the system. This
unit plugs into the External Power Supply
Housing (EPS). One (1) unit Is required
when the system will be equipped with
single line telephones.
200.5 STATIONS
A Enhanced Key Telephone
The Irgfinite Enhanced Electronic Telephone (Fig 200-2) is a fully modular Instrument with 14 fixed feature/function
buttons and 20 buttons that can be flexibly assigned as CO/PBX/Centrar lines.
Station DSS, or feature/iimcUon buttons.
This telephone also features an integrated
speakerphone, call announce with handsfree intercom, two (2) Volume Controls,
Intercom select switch. and long life
LED’s. The Enhanced Key Telephone also
supports Off-Hook Voice Announce
(OWN. Vodavi Infinite
B. Executive Electronic Telephone
The InJniie Executtve Key Telephone is a
fully modular instrument with 14 i3xed
feature/function and 20 flexible buttons
that can be flexibly assigned as either
CO/PBX/Centrex lines. Station DSS. or
feature/function buttons. This set also
features an Integrated 48 character LCD
&play, and integrated speakerphone, call
announce with handsfree intercom, two
(2) volume controls, an Intercom mode
select switch. and long lffe LED’s. ‘The
ExecuUve Key Telephone also supports
M-Hook Voice Announce (OHVA).
C. DSWDLS Consoles
The station port used for a DSS/ DLS
Console can be assigned as a Direct Station Select or Direct Line Select depending
on customer need. The bottom two rows
ofbuttons on the DSS/DLS Console (Refer
to FYgure 200-2) contain 6-8 flexible buttons (depending on MAP chosen) which
can be assigned by the station user in the
same manner and functions as the flexible
buttons on the keyset. Refer to Sec. 730
for an explanation of the 5 DSS/DLS mapping opuons.
D. Phone Box
The Phone Box (Refer to Figure 200-2)
allows Handsfree conversations for locations that do not need dialing privileges.
Phone Boxes may be substituted for Key
Telephones on a one-for-one basis.
200.6 §YsTmtcAPAcxm
The system is divided into two KSUs: one Basic
and one Expansion KSU. ‘The Basic KSU is
housed in a wall-mountable cabinet that contains the backplane, two pre-wired connectors
for Power Failure Transfer units, station and
CO line boards, DC/DC Converter and an Applications board. This Basic KSU has a capacity of 24 CO lines and 48 Key Telephones and/
or Phone Boxes. DSS/DLSs can be installed
in place of any Key Telephone. Standard sfngle
line telephones (2500 type) can be installed by
exchanging key station interface boards. Eight
single line telephones can replace eight Key
Telephones for each board exchanged. h
ON/OFF switch is located on the left side of the
Basic Ksu.
The Expansion KSU is also housed in a wallmounted cabinet that contains additional station and CO ltne boards and interconnection
to extend m&-ix connections of the Basic KSU
to the Expansion KSU.
The External Power Supply Housing (EPS)
houses up to two Power Supplies (PS), a Single
Line Telephone Ring Generator and Message
Walt Power Supply (RGI and a Battery Charging card (BC). The EPS is also housed in a
wall-mounted cabinet.
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Enhanced Model Executive Model
Phone Box DSS Console
Figure 200-2 Infinite Station Instruments
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200.7 SIrsTEM sPEcxF1cATx0Ns
System capacity. environmental speclfkaUons. Loop limits and dialing specifications are
listed in Tables 200- 1. 200-2, and 200-3 and
200-4. Electrical specifkations and regulatory
numbers are listed in Tables 200-5 and 200-6.
Dimensions and weight are llsted in Table
200-7. Key telephone and Single Line telephone Audible Indications are ltsted in Tables
200-9, 200-13. 200-14 and 200-15. Key Telephone Visual Indications are listed in Tables
200-10. 200-11, and 200-12.
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Table 2-1 System Capacity
Ports: Vodavi Infinite
CO/PBX/Centrex
stations
Single Line Telephones
OPX
Attendants:
DSS/DLS Consoles:
Phone Boxes:
UCD:
Groups:
Members:
RAN Announcements:
Calls in Queue:
Hunt Groups:
Groups:
Members:
Types:
Voice Mail:
Groups:
Ports:
Integration Method:
VM Message Wait:
VM Disconnect Signal:
SMDR Ports:
Station Cards:
SLT
OPX
CO Cards:
COB
COA
40 max (24 in Bask KSU. 16 with Expansion KSU).
96 max (48 in Basic KSU, 48 with Expansion KSUj
88 max (40 in Basic KSU. 48 with Expansion KSUj
44 max (each OPX Board reduces statton capacity by 4)(20 in
Basic KSU. 24 in EKSU)
Up to 3 stations can be designated as attendant(s).
72 max. up to 3 DSS/DI..S units can be programmed to
function with each statfon. (Each DSS/DLS unit reduces
station capacity by 1)
95 max (replaces key station port(s) on a 1 for 1 basis)
8 Groups Vodavi Infinite
64 Members (up to 8 per group)
2 mat per system
up to 40 CO lines may be in queue per group
8 Groups
64 Members (up to 8 per group)
Station or Pilot (Programmable)
8 Groups
64 Ports (up to 8 per group)
In-Band S@naling (DTMF)
Yes I[601 Turn on: [S 1 I Turn offj
Progrrnable 12 digit (DTMFj string if no digits are preprogrammed 15 seconds of silence followed by busy tone.
1 port (either located on the CPB or on the optional
RS-232C Module (RSMj mounted on the APL Board)
Each KIB Board supports eight (8) electronic telephones,
phone boxes or DSS/DLS units
Each SIB Board supports eight (8) 2500~type 0
telephones
Each OPX Board provides four (4) FCC Registered OPX ports
(reduces system station capacity by four (4) ports)
Each COB Board can support up to eight (8) loop start
CO/PBX Centrex lines.
Each COA Board can support up to eight (8) loop start CO
lines.
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Table 200-l System Capacity (Cant’d)
DTMF Receivers:
DTMF Senders:
Page Zones:
Internal:
External:
6 max (two (2) on the APL four (4) additional provided on the
optional SLU board)
3 max (two (2) on the APL, one (1) additional provided on the
opttonal SLU board)
4 Zones
1 Zone lReeUlres APL Board1
Table 200-2 Emlronmcntal Spccificationr
Operating Temperature
Recommended Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Heat DissiDation (BTU’s)
32’to 104’F
70′ to 78O F
-40′ to 140’ F
5% to 90% non-condensing
2450 BTU’s M-urn (Both Dower suwlies)
Tablc2OG3LoopLdmits
Electronic Telephone:
(fnclu~ Single Ltne Telephone, Phone Box,
and DSS/DLS)
Off-Premfse Extensions (OPXI
500 feet of 26 AWG Cable
1000 feet of 24 AWG Cable
1500 feet of 22 AWG Cable
1400 Ohms nwdmum loop, not including
1 1 telephone. I
Table 2004 DLal(na Spedfications
DTMF Dialing:
Frequency Deviation:
Rise Time:
Duration of DTMF Signal:
InterdigIt Time:
PULSE Dialing:
Pulse DiaJing Rate:
Pulse Break/Make Duration:
Dialing Memory:
System Speed Dialing:
Station Speed Dialing:
Save Number Redial:
Last Number Redial:
CO Type
kl%
3 mscc.
75 msec. minimum
75 msec. minimum
lOor pps.
60/40 or 66/33
80 numbers (24 dlgfts)
20 numbers (24 digits)
1 number (32 digits)
1 number (32 digits)
Loop Start (CO/PBX/Centrex)
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Table 200-S Electrical Spdflcations
AC Input to Power Supply
Power Consumption
Power Supply Fuse – AC input
Longitudinal Balance:
Idle Channel Noise:
Cross Talk Attenuation:
Single Frequency Distortion:
(3OOHz-3.4-OOHz)
ITir@ng Sensitivity:
Rfnger Equivalence Number: REN)
COLineSfgnaIing-DTMF:
Input Level Range:
M&c Source (input):
Contact F?aUng Vodavi Infinite
External Page Control
Loud Bell Control
RAN Port Control
External Page Port
Output Impedance
Output Power
LJL File Number:
117Vac+10%.60Hzsinglephase
12OvAC @6A
720 watts (maximum) (2 power supplies +
Expnslon KSLJ)
5A 125VAC
6Odbfrom2OOHzto 1,OOOHz
40 db from 1,000 Hz to 4.000 Hz
Less than 15 dbmco for all connections
Greater tban 75 dbm Station to CO and
Station to StaUon
Statton to CO I&e and Station to Station:
Better than 2.0% or 34 db
Output level -30 dbm to 0 dbm
16Hzto30Hzat4OVRMSminimum
30Hzto67Hzat5OVRMSminimum
0.5B
Frequency pair at -5 dbm +l.O dbm
Frequency tolerance fl.5%
+I0 db maximum
2mWmax.atOd.Bm
2K ohms input impedance
l.OA, 24V dc
1 .OA. 24V dc
l.OA. 24V dc
600 ohms 43 0 dBm
1 mW Maximum
El09461
Table 200-6 Re.@atory Numbers
FCC – For Systems configured as a key system
(button appearance) use: DLP82V- 17568-KF-E
FCC – For Systems configured as a hybrid
system (dial access codes) use: DLP82V- 17568~MF-E
FCC – Ringer Equivalence Number: 0.5B
USOC Jack Requirements: RJ21x
DOC Certification Number: 676 2799A
DOC Load Number: 19
DOC Standard Connector: CA21A
UL File Number: 42U5. 109461
CSA File Number: LR57228
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Table 200-7 Dimensiona and Weight
BASIC KEY SERVICE UNlT EXPANSION KEY SERVICE UNlT
Height 17.8” Height 17.8”
Width 23” Width 15.6”
Depth 13.3” Depth 13.3”
J-4m 60 lbs. (unloaded) Weight 45 Ibs. (loaded)
EXTERNAL POWER SUPPLY HOUSING (-EPS) POWER SUPPLY
Height 13.1” Height 4.75”
Width 13.5” width ”
Depth 12..8” Depth iiweight 36 Ibs. (loaded) Weight 5 Ibs.
DSS/DLS CONSOLE KEY TELEPHONE
Height 3” Height 3.5”
Width 5.5” Width
Depth 9.125” Depth L25”
Weight 2 lbs. Weight 3 lbs.
PHONE BOX
Height 1.75”
Width 5.5”
Depth 4”
Weight 1 lb.
Table 200-8 MisceIlaneous Spedfkationr
Memory:
Random Access Memory (RAM):
kgrammable Read-Only-Memory (PROM)
Telephone -titter:
Talk Paths:
CO/PBX/C&trex paths:
Intercom Paths:
Music Channels:
Account Codes:
Number of digits per code:
Number of Account Codes:
Speed Dialing Capacity:
System Speed
Station Speed
128K expandable to 5 12K
384K expandable to 5 12K.
Electret mic compatible.
40 CO/PBXCentrex talk paths (non-blockI@
14 talk paths (only 12 available for SLTs)
1 channel provides music for music-on-hold
and background music
up to 12 unverified digits
unlimited Vodavi Infinite
1360 total bins in system
80 bins per system
1280 bins per system
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Table 200-Q Key Telephone Audible Sign&
‘TYPE OF SIGNAL FREQUENCY SIGNAL DURATION
Incoming CO Line
Intercom Tone Ringing
Intercom Call Announce
M-P)
Transferred CO Line
COU.neFtfxall
Message Watt Call Back
Message Watt Reminder Tone
CO Queue Call Back
Camp-on
Paging Alert Tone
1215/1471 0.8s on/2.4s off; repeated
1215/1471 0.4s on/0.4s ofVO.4~ on/2.0s off
935 0.2s on/O.2s off (3 bursts)
1215/1471 0.89 on/2.4s off
1215/1471 0.8s on/2.4s off
1215/1471 0.49 on/0.4s oW0.4~ on/2.0s off
771 0.6s on (timed)
1215/1471 0.2s on/0.6s o@ repeated
1215/1471 0.2s on/OJs off/O.as on (once)
935 1 sec. (burst)
Intercom Rfngback 701
Call Announce 935
Busy Tone 701
Error Tone 701
Intercom Dial Tone 701
DND Tone 701
Paging Confirmation 935
Programming 0mfirmation 1471
Programmixq~ Error 1471
Confhmation Tone 1471
0.4s on/0.4s off/O.4s on/2.0s off
0.2s on/OA off (3 bursts)
0.4s on/O.4s off. repeated
0.2s on/O& off, repeated
Continuous
0.2s on/OL?s off, repeat 3~‘s. pause,
0.5s repeat
1 set burst
1.4 set burst
0.2s on/OL?.s off,.,.6x’s
1 set burst, 1 time
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Table 200-10 DSS/BLF Button visual Iudlcatom
I– TYPE OF SIGNAL I INDICATOR FLASH RATES I
Off-Hook/Busy (All Stations)
Incoming Intercom Ring (D&inationl
Call Announce (Destination)
Message Waiting Call Back (Destination)
Do Not Disturb (AlI Stations)
Door BQX Calling (Assigned Stations)
Automatic Call Back fDesUnationl
Steady
120 ipm flutter
120 Ipm flutter
‘120 ipm flutter
60 ipm flash
30 ipm flash
120 iDrn flutter
Table 2OQ-11 CO LLne Button Visual Yndicatom
TYPE OF SIGNAL INDIC4TOR FLASH RATES
Incoming CO Ring
Transferred CO Ring
Recall
Queued Line
Exclusive Hold
System Hold
I-Hold (only when hold preference is system)
In Use
30 ipm flash
120 ipm flash
460 ipm flutter
480 ipm flutter
120 lpm flash
6Oipmwink
30 ipm double flash
Steadv
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TYPE OF SIGNAL
Call Forward (active1
Message Waiting (active1 Vodavi Infinite
Camp-on (active)
Call Back (active-initiator)
CO Line Queue (active)
Do Not Disturb (DND active)
Mute (microphone off, handset xmit oa
ON/OFF (speakerphone on/on-hook dlaltng
Conference (active)
Hold [Camp-on)
Hold (all intercom charmells busy)
Speed (momentarily ON until bin address dialed)
Personalized Messages
Intercom Call (Hold Button)
LOOP
Pool
Transfer
Flash
pickup
INDICATOR FLASH RATES
30 ipm flash
15 ipm flash
60 ipm flash
120 ipm flash
steady
60 ipm flash
Steady
steady
St-e
120 ipm flash
Steady
Steady
15 ipm flash
15 ipm flash
Same as CO Line buttons
Same as CO Une buttons
Steady until transfer complete
Steady during dialing
Momen- ON
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Table 20&13 Sin@ Ldne Telephone Adble Sign&
‘IYF’E OF SIGNAL FREQUENCY SIGNAL DURATION
Incoming CO Line 20 Hz. SO-90VAC 2.0s on/4.Os off
Intercom Tone Ringing 20 Hz. !?O-9OV AC 1.0s on/O.& off/O& on/4.0s off
Transferred CO Une 20 Hz. 50-9OV AC 2.0s on/4.0s off
C0LineReca.U 20 Hz, 50-9OV AC 2.0s on/4.Os off
CO Queue Call Back 20 Hz, 50-9OV AC 2.0s on/4.Os off
Intercom Ringback
Call Announce
Busy Tone
Error Tone
Intercom Dial Tone
DND Tone
Paging Time-out
Call FWD Warning Tone
Camp-on Tone
Conference Warning Tone
Zo&rmaUon Tone
3ND Warning Tone
1.0s on/3.Os otT; repeated
0.2s on/0.2s off (3 bursts)
0.5s on/O& OR repeated
0.5s on/O& OR repeated
Continuous Vodavi Infinite
0.2s on/O.% off, repeat 3×3, pause,
0.5s: repeated
0.5s on/O& off; repeated
0.2s on/O.Z3 off (six times)
0.2s burst (1 time)
1 set burst (1 time)
1.4 set burst (1 time)
0.2s on/OZ?s off (6 bursts)
Table 200-14 RIq Gen./Mess~e Wait (RGI Specifications
FUng Generator Input:
Ring Generator Output:
Message Waiting Output:
Ring Generator Capacity
Simultaneous Ringing (same cadence):
Ring Cycles:
Maximum Number of Simultaneous SLTs
24 Vdc
20 Hz. 50-90 VAC
90 V dc, unregulated
5 Single Line Telephones
5
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Table 2OG18OPXTele~honeAudlble Si@ula
‘IYPE OF SIGNAL
Incoming CO Line
Intercom Tone Ringing
Transferred CO Une
C0LtneReca.U
CO Queue Call Back
.* PTQneS,
Intercom Ringback
Busy Tone
Error Tone
Intercom Dial Tone
DND Tone
Paging Time-out
CallFNDWarning Tone
Camp-on Tone
Conference Warning Tone
Confirmation Tone
3ND Warning Tone
‘Precise Tone Plan
FREQUENCY
2OHz.50-9OVAC 2.0s on/4.Os off
2OHz,5O-9OVAC 1.0s on/O.% off/O.8s on/4.0s off
2OHz,50-9OVAC 2.0s on/4.Os off
2OHz,50-9OVAC 2.0s on/4.Os off
2OHz.50-90VAC 2.0s on/4.Os off
440+480
480+620
480+620
350+440
480+620
480+620
350+440
350+440
480+620
350+440
350+440
SIGNAL DURATION
1 s on/3s off
0.5s on/0.5.s OF, repeated
0.25s on/0.25s off, repeated
Continuous
0.2s on/OAs off, repeat 3x’s, pause,
0.5s; repeated
0.5s on/0.5s off
0.2s on/OAs off (six times)
0.2s burst (1 ttme)
1 set burst (1 time) Vodavi Infinite
1.4 set burst (1 time)
0.2s on/OA off (6 bursts]
200-16 Issuel,January1992
kjinite 4096 Hybrid Key Telephone System GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The Mean Time Between Failure (MlBF) for
each component of the 4096 Key Telephone
System is shown in Table 200-16. The MTBF
figures are calculated based on:
l Specifications: BellCoRe ‘TR-TSY000332”
l Quality Factor: Level 2
l Environmental Factor: Group Benign
(1.0)
l Method: Parts Count Method
MeanlIme Between Failure @‘vlTBF) represents
for a particular interval, the total functlontng
life of a population of an item divided by the
number of failures with&r the population during the measurement Interval. The deffnitlon
holds for the time, cycles, miIes, events, or
other measures of life units. This does NOT
provide a definite failure tfme but only indicates possible failure probabilities based on
calculations.
To calculate a particular systems MTBF:
1. multfpiy the quantity of each component
,
ln the system by its failure rate.
Component Q,y K Fa&; Resultant
Power
1 SUPPlY I 2 x 2064.2 4128.4
2. Add the resultants from step 1 for all
components used to configure a system.
3. Divide the total number derived from step
2 fntn 1.000.000.000. This will provfde
the system’s MTBF rated in hours.
1 .ooo,ooo.ooo
I
System
lVil73F
I
Total fkom =
Step 2 Rated in
Hours
Table 200-16 Mean Time Between Fatlures (MTBF)
DEVICE Vodavi Infinite
Basic Key Service Unit (BKSUI
Expansion Key Service Unit IEKSUI
Power SuppIy Unit (PSI
DC/DC Converter (DC/DC)
Central Processor Board (CPBI
Central O&e Interface Board (COB)
Key Statton Interface Board (KIB)
Single I&e Interface Board (SIB)
AppIicaUon Board (APL)
RS-232C Module IRSMI
Single Line MMF-RS unit (SLUI
Power Fatlure Transfer Unit Ipm
Ring Generator Unit (RG)
Battery Chargfng Unit (BCI
Key Telephone
DSS/DLS Console
Phone Box
FAXLURE F!ATE MIBFINHOURS Ml?BFMYEARS
(for a single unit) (for a sing,Ie utit)
574.7 1749038.3 198.6
356.9 2601905.3 319.9
2064.2 484449.2 55.3
4160.0 240384.6 27.4
16179.3 61807.4 7.1
9341.4 107050.3 12.2
5093.0 196347.9 22.4
10677.4 93655.8 10.7
7818.7. 127898.5 14.6
1212.4 824610.3 94.2
825.2 1211827.4 138.3
1615.0 619195.0 70.7
1509.0 662690.5 75.6
2310.6 432788.0 49.4
6022.9 166933.0 19.0
2511.3 3986200.1 45.5
4209.2 237574.8 27.1
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Infinite 4096 Hybrid Key Telephone Spetem FEAm DESCRIPTION
SECTION300
FEA’IWREDESCFUPTION
The features of the In&i& 4096 Hybrid Key
Telephone System are listed and described
below in alphabetical order. An abbreviated
feature index is provided in Table 300- 1.
300.1 ACCOUNT CODES
An account code is the last field within Station
Message Deta.ll Recording (SMDR). that provides the ability to track specii3c calls by entering a non-verfned, variable length (up to 12
digIts) identifier. The use of forced Account
Codes is optional, offered on a system wide
basis.
300.2 AMPIJFIED CENTRAL OFFICE
BOARD
The Amplified Central Office Board (COAI is an
optional card that ls installed in place of the
standard COB. It enhances audio levels and is
recommended for DISA and multi-line conference applications.
300.3 ATTENDANTRECAUI
When a line has been left on hold for a programmable period of time, the station placing
that tie on hold will be recalled. If that station
fails to answer the recall, the call will be recalled to the attendant(s) for handling. There
can be three attendants per system.Transferred. Parked and Camp-on recalls will also
recall the Attendant
300.4 AUTOMATIC LINEACCES
Each station. key or SLT, may have their phone
programmed to access a particular CO Line
such as a private line or a line from a Group of
CO lines upon going off-hook. This is useful in
Centrex or PBX appiicattons when station users have dedicated or individual lines. Outside
lfne dial tone is received just by going off-hook,
without the need to dial an access code.
300.5 AUTOMATIC NIGHr SERVICE
The system may optionally be programmed to
go into and out-of night service automatically.
This method does not require the attendant to
activate or deactivate night service on a dally
basis. The automatic night seIvfce is enabled
and d.isabled on a programmable dw schedule including Saturday and Sunday schedules. Vodavi Infinite
A time can be set to enable Night Service and
to Disable Night Service on a per day basis.
300.6 AUTCMATIC PAUSE INSERTION
WITHSPEEDDIAL
If a flash command is placed into system speed
dial numbers, station speed dial numbers,
save number red&l or last number redlal. a
pause will automatically be inserted after the
flash. A pause will also be automatically inserted after a PBX dialing code has been used.
300.7 AUTOMATIC PRIVACY
Privacy is automatically provided on all calls.
If one station is conversing. another station
cannot intrude on that line. The Automatic
Privacy feature can be disabled, allowing another statton to join in on existing CO line
conversations.
300.8 AUTOMATIC SELXCTION
The user can select an outside be, intercom
station. speed dial button, or dial a feature and
automatically place the phone in the dialing
mode without pressing the ON/OFF button or
lifting the handset.
300.9 BACKGROUND MUSIC
Each key telephone user may receive music
over their speaker when an optional music
source is connected to the system. This feature can be allowed or denied on a system-wide
b- by pro-.
300.10 BATTERY BACK-UP @IEMORy]
A long-life lithium battery is located on the
Central Processing Board (CPB) to protect systan memory in case of commercial power outage or the system power being turned off for a
period of Ume. Battery Back-up Memory retains all system features including both system
and station speed dial during a power outage.
300.11 BATTERY BACK-UP (SYSTEM)
When the optional Battery Charging Card and
maintenance free (gel-type) batteries are installed, full system power can be maintained
in the went of commercial power outage. Calls
in progress when power fails will continue
without interruption. The batteries are recharged when the system returns to normal AC
operation.
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Table 300-l Alphabetical Fe&ure Index
IMERNAL EXTERNAL
FEA.IuRE AVAILABLE EQUIPMEr(rr EQUIPMENT
REQUIRED REQUIRED
Account Code s N Printer
Account Code (Single Line) S N Printer
Attendant Disable Outgoing Access S N N
AmpIifIed Central Of&e (COAI 0 COA N
Attendant OverfIow S N N
Attendant Override S N N
Attendant Recall S N N
Automatic Line Access S N N
Automatic Night SeIvfce S N N
Automatic Pause Insertion w/Speed Dial S N N
Automatic Privacy S N N
Automatic Selection S N N
Background Music S N Music Source
Basic Key Set Compatabfflty S N Basic Key Telephont
Battery Backup Memory) S N N
Battery Backup (System) 0 BC Battery Pkg
Busy Lamp Field (BLFI S N N
CdI Announce Privacy S N N
CaII Back S N N
Call Forward: Station
CalI Forward – AII Cabs S N N
CalI Forward – Busy S N N
Call Forward – No Answer S N N
Call Forward – Busy/No Answer S N N
Forward to Pilot (IJCD, VM, Hunt) S N N
Station Off-Net Forward (via speed dial) S APL N
Call Fonvard: Preset
Call Forward Preset to Stations S N N
CaII Forward Preset to Hunt Groups S N N
Call Forward Preset to Off-Net (via speed dial) S N N
Call Forward Preset to UCD Groups S N N
CalI Forward Preset to Voice Mafl Groups S APL Voice Mail System
Call Forward: CO IJnes
Incoming CO Unes Off-Net (via speed dial) S APL N
Calling Station Tone Mode Option S N N
Call Park S N N
CaIl Pick-up:
Group Pick-up S N N
Directed CaII Pick-up S N N
ZLU Transfer S N N
Camp-On S N N
Camp-On RecaII S N N
S=Standard Feature: O=OpUonaI; Requires additional hardware; N=No additionaI hardware required
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Table 30&l Alphabetical Feature Index (Cont’dl
FEATURE
Canned Toll Restriction
Centrex Compatability
Centrex/PBX Transfer
Chdn.frq Speed Bins
CO Line Access
CO Line Class of Service
CO Line Control (contact)
CO Line Groups
CO Line Loop Supervision
CO Line Queue
CO Line Incoming Ring Assignment:
&signed Per CO Line
CO Ring Detect
Conference:
Add-on
Multi-Line
Unsupervised Tnmk-to-Trunk
SLT – Add-on
SLT – Multi-Line
SLT – Conference with Personal Park
Conference Enable/Disable Per Statton
Conference Enable/Disable Per CO Line
Data Base Printout (dump)
Day/Night Class of Service (COS)
3efault Button Mapping
3ial Pulse Sending
Xaling PrWileges
Xrect CO Line Ringing:
To Stations
To UCD Groups
To Hunt Groups
To Off-Net (via speed dial)
To Voice Mail Groups
Xrect Station Selection
Xrected Call Pick-up:
Pick-up from Statlons
Pick-up from UCD Groups
Xrect Inward Statton Access (DISA):
Programmable Access
CO Line Group Access
Station Access
Xrectory Dialing
INTERNAL EzcrERNAL
AVAIIABLE EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT
REQUIRED REQUIRED
S N N
S N N
S N N
S N N
S N N
S N N
S PFT N
S N N
S N N
S N N
S N N
S N N
S N N
S N N
0 APL N
S N N
S N N
S N N
S N N
S N N
S N N
S N N
S N N
S N N
S N N
S APL N
S APL N
S N Voice Mail System
S N N
S N N
S N N
0 APL N
S N N
S N N
S N N
S N N
S=Standard Feature: O=OpUonal; Requires additional hardware; N=No additfonal hardware required Vodavi Infinite
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IxKlvRE
Do Not Disturb (DND)
One-Time Do Not Disturb
m-dfng
Emergency Transfer
End to End S&r&ling
Exclusive Hold
Executive Override
Executive/Sccrcky Transfer
External Night Ringing
Flash
Flash on Intercom
Flash with Speed Dial
Flexible Attendant(s)
Flexible Button Assignment
Forced Account Codes
Group Call Pick-up
Headset Compatabfflty
Headset Mode
Hearing Aid Compatible
Hold Preference
Hold Recall
Hot Line/Ring Down
Hunt Groups: (8 x 8)
Pilot Hunting
Station Hunting
Hunt Group Chaining
Intercom Calling
Intercom Signaling Select
Last Number &dial (LNRI
LCD Interactive Display
Least cost I?mung &CR):
LCR 3 Digit Tables
LCR 6 Digit Tables
Route List Tables
Insert/Delete Tables
Weekly Time Tables
Daily Start Time Tables
Exception Tables
Default LCR Database
LCR Routing for Toll Information
Loop Button CO Line Access
Loud Bell Control ILBC)
IVAIIABLE
S
S
S
0
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
0
INTERNAL Exl-ERNAL
EQUX’MEKT EQUIPMEm
REQUIRED REQUIRED
N
N
N
PFT
N
N
N
N
N
S
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
PFT Vodavi Infinite
N
N
N
SLTS
N
N
N
N
N
NN
N
N
N
(22 buttons)
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Key Station
N
N
N
N
N
N
Exec Telephone
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Gen & Bells
=Standard Feature: O=OpUonal; Requires additional hardware: N=No additional hardware required
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Table 300-l Alphabetical Fn Index (Cont’d)
INIERNAL EXTERNAL
FEATURE AVAIIABLE EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT
REQUIRED REQUIRED
Meet Me Page S N N
Message Waiting S N N
Message Waiting Reminder Tone S N N
Music On Hold S N Music Source
Mute Key S N N
Name in Display S N Exec Telephone
Night Setice:
Manual Operation S N N
Automatic Operation S N N
Weekly Night Mode Schedule S N N
Night Class of Sexvice (COS) S N N
Universal Night Answer (UNAI S N N
Night Ringing Assignment S N N
External Night Ringing S N N
Off-Hook Preference S N N
Auto Line Access S N N
Auto Feature Access S N Keyset
Hot I&e/Ring down S N Keyset
Intercom Access S N Keyset
User Programmable Preference S N w=t
OfT-Hook Signalling S N N
OfWremise &tensions (OPXl 0 OPX/APL/R(; OPX circuit
On Hook Dialing S N N
On-Line Programming S N N
PagLng
External 0 APL pagtng Equip
Internal S N N
Paging Access Restriction S N N
Pause llmer S N N
PBX Dialing Codes S N N
Personalized Messages S N N
Personalized Message Code on a Flex Key S N N
Phone Box S N Phone Box
Pool Button Operation S N N
Preferred Line Answer S N N
Privacy Release:
Per Station Option S N N
Per CO Line Option S N N
Private I&e S N N
Pulse-To-Tone Switchover S N N
Range Pwr==QZ S N N
Remote Administration (Database) S N N
S=Standard Feature; O=OpUonal: Requires additional hardware: N=No additional hardware required
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Table 300-l Alphabetical Fea&rt Index (Cont’d)
INTERNAL ExTERIwL
FEATURE AVAIIABLE EQUIPMEKT EQUIPMEM.
REQUIRED REQUIRED
Remote System Monitor and Maintenance S N Optional Modem
Save Number Red&xl (SNRI S N N
Single Line Telephone (SLT) Compatabiltty 0 SLT/APL/RG 2500 l)pe SLT
SLT Personal Park
SLT Personal Park Transfer S N N
SLT Conference with Personal Park S N N
SLT ‘Flip-Flop’ Hold S N N
Station Message Detailed Recording (SMDRI S RSM Prlrlter
Speakerphone S N N
Station Class of Service S N N
Statlon Speed Dial S N N
System Capacity: Vodavi Infinite
up to 24×48 Conflguratton S N
up to 40×96 Conf&uration 0 ExpTKsu N
System Hold S N N
System Speed Dial S N N
Toll Restriction Crable Driven)
Transfer RecaIl S N N
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD): (8 x 8)
Alternate UCD Group Assignments S N N
Overflow Station Assignment S N N
Incoming CO Direct Ringing S N N
Recorded Announcements (RANI 0 N RAN Device
Two Recorded Announcements for Transferred
co calls 0 N RAN Device
Number of Calls in Queue Display S N N
UCD Auto Wrap-up with %er S N N
Available/Unavailable Mode
Universal Night Answer (UNA) S N N
Voice Mail Groups: VM (8 x 8) SIB/APL/RC; Voice Mail System
In Band Signaling Integration 0 APL N
Voice Mail Message Waiting Indication S N N
Voice Matl CO Disconnect Sfgna.l Pass thru S APL N
Voice Mail Tone Mode Calling Optlon S N N
Volume Control S S N
S=Standard Feature: O=OpUonal: Requires additional hardware: N=No additional hardware required
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A.
B.
C.
D.
Ch.llFOrWtUd-AIlCalls
l3.l.s feature allows a station the ability to
have alI their calls (internal or external)
forwarded immediately to a designated
station, a UCD group pilot number, Voice
Mail group number, or Hunt group. (See
Note)
Call Forward – Busy
This feature allows a station the ability to
have their calls fonvarded to a designated
station, a UCD group pilot number, Voice
Mail group number, or Hunt group when
their station is busy. (See Note)
Call Forward – No Answer
This feature allows a station the ability to
have their calls forwarded to a designated
station. a UCD group pilot number. Voice
Mail group number or Hunt group number
when there is no answer at the station. No
answer calls forward when the systemwide “no answer timer” aspires. (See Note)
Call Forwird – Busy/No Auswer
Allows a stations the ability to fonvard a
combination busy/no answer calls to a
designated station, a UCD group pilot
number, Voice Mail group number, or
Hunt group. No answer calls forward
when the system-wide “no answer timer”
expires. Initial CO ringing, transferred CO
ringing and intercom ringing calls can all
be forwarded. Calls that ring to an idle
station will be call foxwarded after expiration of the No Answer ring Umer.(See Note)
300.12 BUSY LAMP FIELD [BLF)
When a button on a Key Telephone is assigned
as a DSS it also serves as a Busy Lamp Field
to &splay the status of that telephone.
300.13 CAUANNOUNCE – PRIVACY
Each telephone user can set their intercom
signaling switch to receive intercom call announcements without having the calling party
hear any conversations in progress.
300.14 CAILBACX
A station can initiate a call back request to
another busy station. As soon as that station
becomes idle. the station that left the call back
request is signaled.
300.16 CALL FORWARD: STATION
Infinite 4096 Hybrid Key Telephone System FEUUREDE’SCR~~ION
E. Cdl Fommud – Off-Net
stations will be allowed to fonvard intercom and transferred CO line calls to an
d-net location. This allows a station to
reroute calls that would normally be lost.
Calls can be forwarded to home or another
off-net site. Initially ringing CO calls cannot be forwarded with this feature (see
Incoming CO ltnes m-Net Forward. feature). (See Note)
NO7?3: Iniff~~L Ringing Incomirg: ads will forward to groups. Cie: UCD, Voice Mail Hunt2 fJthe
stationf~ is the on& stationassigned to
dngontheCOUne. Vodavi Infinite
300.16 CAU FORWARD: PRESET
This feature allows the system data base to be
configured so that incoming CO Lines. which
are programmed to ring at a particular station,
can be forwarded elsewhere in the system predetermined by programmin g. This feature is
active if the station ringing is not answered in
a speci.fIed Ume. This is parUcuiarly useful in
‘overflow” applications where a Voice Mail or
Auto Attendant may be in use.
A station may have one designated preset forward location defined in the data base.
Reset Cdl Forward is chainable only to other
predetermined preset foMrard stations speclfled in the database up to a chain of 5 stations.
Chainable Preset Call Forwarding will force the
incoming CO Line to ring at each station preassigned in the database for the Preset Fonvard
Ring Timer specified in the database before
folwarding.
Each station in the system may, independently, have incoming CO calls preset forwarded to the following destinations:
A Fkeset CaU Forward – Stations
Each Key Telephone user may have preset
in the database IntUaJ Ringing Incoming to
be directed to another station in the system, if the call goes unanswered for a
predetenntned amount of time.
B. Reset Call Forward – Hunt Groups
CO Lines can be preset forwarded to ring
into a Hunt Group from any station A CO
line will not preset forward to a busy Hunt
group, however each Ume the preset forward timer expires (for a total of five attempts) the group will be checked for an
idle station. If a member of the group is
idle the call will then be presented to that
member.
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C. Preset Ca.U Fommrd – UCD Groupa
CO Lines can be preset forwarded to ring
into a UCD Group from any station. A CO
line will not preset forward to a busy UCD
group, however each time the preset forward Umer expires (for a total of five attempts) the group will be checked for an
idle station. If a member of the group is
idle the call will then be presented to that
member.
D. Preset Call Fors~ard – VM Groupa
CO Lines can be preset forwarded to ring
into a Voice Mail Group f?om any statlon.
A CO line will not preset forward to a busy
Voice Ma.il group, however each Ume the
preset forward timer expires (for a total of
five attempts) the group will be checked
for an idle Voice Mail port. If a VM port is
idle the call will then be presented to Voice
Mail.
E. Preset Call Forward – Off-Net
CO Lines can be preset forwarded to ring
Off-Net via speed dial from any station.
After the expiration of the preset forward
timer, the systemwlll select anidle CO line
and dial the off-net location, then connect
the two CO lines.
300.17 QiLT.dNG STATION TONE MODE
OPTION
This feature will provide an easy means for a
Calling station to override a desired stations
‘H” (handsfree) or ‘P” (call announce) intercom
switch setting. A dial code has been added
that is dialed in front of the extension number
to force the tone ringing.
300.18 CALLPAFuc
An outside line can be placed into one of six
parkl.ng locations and can be retrieved by any
station that has a direct line appearance or an
available loop button. Parked calls have their
own recall timer and will recall the origtnating
station and if still unanswered, the attendant(s).
300.19 CALL PICX-UP:
A Group Pick-up
Stations can be placed in one or more of
four pick-up groups. Stations within a
group can pick up tone rlnglng intercom
calls, recalling outside line ringing. or
transferred outside line calls for another
station in that group. Vodavi Infinite
B. Directed Call Pick-up
A station can pick up an intercom call,
tmnsferred. incoming. or recalling outside
line caJl to a specific unattended station.
The call must be a tone ringing call.
300.20 CAlLTRANsFER
An outside CO line can be transferred !?om one
keyset to another. By using the ‘IRANS button, screened (announced) or unscreened
transfers can be made. ?he line being transferred xlngs on the keyset and provides Exclusive Hold flashing indication to the receiving
party’s keyset. Any number of attempts can
be made to locate someone by calling Werent
keysets without losing the call. If a he is
transfixred to a busy station, it will receive
muted ringtng.
30031 CAMP-ON
A station may alert a busy party that an outside line is on hold and waiting for them by
using the CAMP-ON button. To camp on a call.
press the TFWNS button to transfer the call to
the desired busy station. then press the CAMP
ON button. The busy party will receive a
muted ring over the keyset speaker, and a
visual flashing CAMP ON LED. By pressing
the CAMP ON button, the person called places
his exisUng outside call on hold and is connected to the person placing the Camp On. He
can then pick up the call on the appropriate
line. Calls cannot be camped on when a station is in DND or in Conference.
300.22 GWIP-ON RECALL
When a station does not answer a Camp On
that call will recall the person placing the
CampOn.andif unanswered by them, will
recall the attendant(s).
300.23 CANNED TOLL RESTRICTION
The system provides an easy means of applying the most common form of toll restrlction
where l+ and 0+ along with 976,555. and 4 11
typeofcallsareresUictedwithalllocalcalls
and l-800.911, 1-911. and l-611 typeofcalls
are allowed. This canned toll restrictton is
applied through the use of a single pre-built
Class-of-Service and can be assigned to staUons using range programming.
300.24 CEmREx coblPATIBILrrY
The In&&e 4.096 system provides features that
are Centrex compatible so that Centrex users
can utilize the 4096 to enhance their Centrex
capabilities. The 4096 actually simplifies and
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provides easier access to many Centrm features by offering the following features:
A Flex Button Pro@amm.ing
Flexible button programming allows Cenbzx users to program complex Centrex
dtal codes onto a key set button for easy
one touch access to Centrex features.
B. Off-hook Preference
Both Key stations and Single line telephones may be programmed to have their
personal Centrex line accessed automatlcallyjust by lifting the handset or pressing Vodavi Infinite
the ON/ OFF button. Internal features to
the 4096 are still made available to key
stations by accessing intercom before going off-hook.
C. Ptivate Line appearance
The 4096 allows for private line assignment on an unlimited bases. Each statton
may have sole access to a particular outside line if desired and may also be assigned to receive incoming ringing on that
line.
D. P’ro@ammablc Flash Timer
CO line flash is a momentary opening on
a CO line used for signa&@. When using
the 4096 in a Centrex environment the CO
line flash is to signal the intention to transfer a caller using Centrex transfer. The CO
line flash timer is programmable on a per
CO line bases to facilitate a mfxture of
Centrex and CO lines within the same
system.
E. Pro- l , I, and Hook-Flashes
into Speed Dial
h4any Centrex codes utilize a hook-flash
followed by In many cases the d#t I.1 and
or [#I. The Irgpnite 4096 allows these codes
to be prugrammed as a part of system or
station speed dial sequences.
. 300.25 CENTREx/PBXTRANSFER
When Centrex or PBX lines are connected to
the 4096 system, users may, by using the Flash
button, transfer callers to other Centrex or PBX
extensions. Additionally, the Flash command
may be included wHhin a Speed Bin and proz;d onto a flex button for one button
.
Infinite 4096 Hybrid Key Telephone System FZWURE DESCRIPTION
30028 CHAlNING SPEED BINS
Speed dial bins may be chained together by
simply pressing one speed bin. then another
and another as required.
This is helpful for accessing Long Distant carrlers or banktng se~ces when Account Codes
may be required.
30027 CO LINE ACCESS
mow$ Programming, telephones are allowed
or dented access to parttcular outside lines or
line groups.
3002s couNEcLAsSOFSERvIc!E
Each CO Line may be programmed with a
Class-of-Service to provide dialing privileges.
The 4096 system uses a array between CO Line
Class-of-Service and Station Class-Of-Sexvice
to offer a wide variety of dialing privilege possibilities. The CO Line Class-of-Service is also
checked when a DISA caller selects an outside
CO line to determine the dialing privilege for
tllatcaIl.
300.29 CO LINE CONTROL (CONTACl’j
There are two control contacts (optional) which
may be individually programmed as either CO
Line Control (to control ancillary equipment) or
Loud Bell Control to control a customer provided ringing device to external areas. When
programmed as CO Line Control and assigned
to a CO line. the corresponding contact will
close whenever that CO line is accessed by a
statton. (One PFT Is required to provide one
contact.) Vodavi Infinite
300.30 CO LINE GROUPS
Outside lines can be placed in one of eight
groups if the customer’s business requires
such grouping. Stations are then individually
assigned access to these lines and given the
ability to dial on particular lines.
300.31 CO LINE LOOP SUPERVISION
The 4096 system can be programmed to monitor CO lines while on-hold connected to RAN
devices or Voice Mail systems or in Trunk-toTrunk connections for disconnect signal provided by the Telco.
After a disconnect signal is detected, the 4096
system will release the CO lines and automatlcally place them back in selvlce.
300.32 CO LINE QUEUE
When all the outside lines in a group are busy,
stations can be placed in queue awaiting a line
in the same group to become available. If a
station doesn’t answer the queue signal withtn
Issue 1, January 1992 300-S
FIMTURE DESCRWl’ION Infinite 4096 Hybrid Key Telephone System
15 seconds, that station is dropped from the ically terminate the call when both parties
queue. hang up, when bp Supervision is pro300.33 CO LINE E’iWmG RINGING AS vided by the telco and enabled in the data
SIGNMENT base.
Each CO line may be programmed (in data
base admin) so that incoming ringing on the
specif3ed CO line(s) may be assigned initial
ringing to one of the following destinations:
A programmable conference timer will disconnect the unsupenflsed conference if
the initiator does not re-enter.(Requires
APL board.)
l one or more stations (Keys& or SL?)
l To a UCD. Voice Mail or Hunt Group
l m-Net (via Speed Mall
The ring-in w-ill follow Day Ring assignments
unless Night Service mode is active. in which
case all incoming CO calls will follow Night
Ring assignments.
300.38 WNFERENCE ENABLWDISABLE
A ProqrPmmable Per Station:
‘R& feature will allow the system to be
administered on a per station basis for the
ability of a statton to initiate a conference.
When ringing is assigned to a keyset, a direct
line appearance or an idle Loop button must
be available to receive the call. Station call
forxuding of initial ringing CO caJl is possible
and can be directed to other keysets with an
available Loop button or direct appearance.
Ifthein.ltfallyrQ$ngCOcallcannotringatthe
destination assigned, it will ring at the tit
Attendant station.
NOTE: You cann.ot~CallmnuardminiliaLk~rirqingCOazUtoUCD,VoiceMa4orHunt
gmupsiftheUne&assignedtoringatmorethan
one station Vodavi Infinite
B. Progmmmahle Pa CO L&e:
CO lines can be individually programmed
to allow Conference capabilities.
300.37 DATA EASE PRINTOUr (DUMP)
Through a system programming command,
either portions of or a complete data base
dump can be printed using the RS232C connector located on the 4096 CPB.
300.38 DAY/NIGET CLASS OF SERVICE
(=w
300.34 CO RING DETECT
The duration of the ringing signal from the CO
or the PBX is matched with ringing detection
circuitry in the KSU. The rln.g detect can range
from 200 to 900 msec. programmed in 100
msec increments. This timer helps prevent
false ringing.
300.35 CONFERENCE
There are three Werent types of conferencing:
Thts feature allows statlons that are a ceW
COS during the day, to be assigned a different
COS when the system

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