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  • Brand: Bintec-elmeg
  • Product: Dect / voip phone
  • Model/name: IP-S400
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English

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Operating instructions
English
elmeg CS290
elmeg CS290-U
elmeg IP-S290plus
Operating instructions
English
elmeg CS290
elmeg CS290-U
elmeg IP-S290plus
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Please note!
The system telephones and corresponding systems in this user guide use the following abbreviations:
System/PABX: Abbreviation:
elmegPABX elmeg PABX
elmegHybird300
elmegHybird600
elmeghybird.Alternativeconfigurationofthesystemtelephones(seealsopage67)
BintecTR200aw as PABX
BintecTR200bw as PABX
Declaration of Conformity and CE Mark
This device meets the requirements of R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC:
»Directive1999/5/ECoftheEuropeanParliamentandoftheCouncilof9March1999onradioequip-
mentandtelecommunicationsterminalequipmentandthemutualrecognitionoftheirconformity«.
The Declaration of Conformity can be viewed at the following web address: http://www.bintec-el-
meg.com.
The crossed-out waste bin icon on the device indicates that the device must be disposed of separately from normal
household waste at the disposal sites provided at the end of its service life. You canfind additional in-
formation on the individual return of used devices at www.bintec-elmeg.com.
© bintec elmeg GmbH - All rights reserved.
Thisdocumentmaynotbereproduced,infullorinpart,exceptwiththeapprovalofthepublisherandwithadetailed
reference to the source publication, irrespective of the nature and method or media (mechanical or electronic) by
which this is produced.
Functional descriptions of this documentation that relate to software products of other manufacturers are based on
thesoftwareusedatthetimeofcreationorprinting.Theproductorcompanynamesusedinthisdocumentationmay
in some cases be registered trademarks.
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Table of contents
Telephone user interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Description and installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
elmeg CS410 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
elmeg CS410-U. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
elmeg IP-S400 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Safety notices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Unpacking and positioning the system telephone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Connecting the system telephone (connector and receiver cord) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Changing the label field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Pictograms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
System telephone settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Setting the display language. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Telephoning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Initiate a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Accepting/rejecting a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Forwarding a call (Call Deflection) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Suppressing the call number (anonymous call). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Initiating a call with a fixed call number (MSN) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Redialling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Switching the microphone on/off, loudspeaker. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Using the headset. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Announcement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Automatic callback. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Intercept (MCID). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Keypad and tone dialling (MFC dialling) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Telephoning with several people . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Call Waiting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Hold for enquiry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Call forwarding (call transfer) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Brokering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Operate system telephone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
VIP memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Caller history . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
SMS and UUS1 text messages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Checking costs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
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Viewing and deleting costs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Set up tariff factor and denomination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
System telephony . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Function keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Function keys when connecting to a elmeg hybird or PABX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
System menu on elmeg PABX with system telephony . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Configuring and setting the system telephone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Advanced configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Acoustic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Display contrast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
elmeg IP-S400 configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Index. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Quick Install Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
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Telephone user interface
1 Functionkey:Opentheprogrammingmenubypressingthiskey.Ifyouarealreadyinamenuandpressthis
key,thefunctionsavailableinthismenuwillbedisplayedoryouwillbetakenbackoneprogrammingstep.
2 Escapekey:Bypressingtheescapekey,thetelephoneisonceagainatrestduringprogramming.
3 3softkeys
In the PC configuration of the telephone you can specify whether the functions of softkeys are displayed
onlywithuppercaseorlowercaseletters.
4 Display: After connecting to the power supply (elmeg IP-S400) or to the internal ISDN or flush-moun-
ted(elmegCS410,elmegCS410-U)connectionoftheelmeg PABK,thedateandtimeshallbedisplayedto
youonthetopline.Boththedateandtimeareautomaticallycopiedfromtheelmeg PABK.Thetextdisplay-
edforafunctioninline2canalwaysbefoundabovethecorrespondingsoftkey.Ifyoupressthesoftkey,the
nextlevelisthendisplayed.
Ifnotallofthecharacterscanbeshowninthedisplay,thisisindicatedby»»«or»»«.
5 OK key: After pressing this button the setting is then stored in the telephone. You will then hear an ac-
knowledgetone.
6 C-key:Youcangobackonemenustepbypressingthiskeyinanymenu.Ifyouareininputmode,youcan
deleteindividualcharactersusingthiskey.
7 CallreminderLED:Anincomingcallisindicatedbyrapidflashing.
8 Loudspeaker
9 Loudspeakerkey(handsfreekeyelmegIP-S400)
0 Divertkey
ß Holdkey
° Redialkey
§ Arrowkey:Thearrows»{«and»}«intheright-handcornerofthetoplineofthedisplayshowyouthatyou
canaccessotherfunctionsinthesecondlinebyusingthearrowkey.
Telephone user interface
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7 8 9
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$ Starkey/hashkey
% Optionkeys/VIPkeys
& elmegCS410-U:5programmablefunctionkeyswithLEDs:Eachkeyhasatwo-colourLED(Level1-Red/
Level2-Yellow).TheseLEDscanbeusedtoindicatespecificfunctions.
elmegCS410:Eachkeyhasa(red)LEDavailable.TheLEDsforbothofthelowerfunctionkeyshavetwoco-
lours(Level1-Red/Level2-Yellow).TheseLEDscanbeusedtoindicatespecificfunctions.
/ Labelsforprogrammablefunctionkeys
Telephone user interface
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Description and installation
ThesystemtelephonecanbeoperatedbyaninternalconnectorofaelmegPABXthatsupportssystemfunctions.
Together with the elmeg PABX, the system telephone provides various performance features that are typical of this
system.
TheinternalconnectorontheelmegPABXissimultaneousandautomaticallythesysteminterfaceforthesystemte-
lephone.Pleaseconsulttheuser’sguideforyourelmegPABXtoseewhetherornotthisoffersthetypicalsystemper-
formance features combined with various system telephones.
U
A complete configuration of the elmeg PABX and directly via the system telephone is possible on
all elmeg PABX (excluding elmeg hybird) using the Professional Configurator.
U
A complete configuration of the telephone using the elmeg hybird is not possible. Some of the
performance features can only be set up using the telephone’s own interfaces. However, this is
only possible if the system telephone has a USB or Ethernet interface.
Functions that cannot be fully configured via the elmeg hybird are marked at appropriate points
in the text.
Differences in configuration between the elmeg PABX and the elmeg hybird
b
c
Pressasoftkeyoranarrowkey.Ontheelmeghybirdthiskeydoesnothavetobepressedagainifthedisplay
isdifferent,asthefunctionisalreadydisplayedorisnotavailable.
The following message indicates if differences exist.
Cannot be configured using the system telephone on the elmeg hybird!
A summary of these functions can be found on page 67under »Restricted system telephone configuration«.
elmeg CS410
This system telephone is designed for connection to an internal S-connector (4-wire cable) on a elmeg PABX.
elmeg CS410-U
ThissystemtelephoneisdesignedforconnectiontoaninternalUp0-connector(2-wirecable)onaelmeg PABX.The
system telephone has an ISDN connection to which further ISDN terminals can be connected.
elmeg IP-S400
ThissystemtelephoneisconnectedtothecorrespondingLANconnection(ornetwork)oftheelmegPABXbyaCat.5
cable.The system telephone has an PC connection to which further IP terminals can be connected.
Setting / configuring the system telephone
On the systemtelephone itself, you canonly perform a restricted configuration of the supported performancefeatu-
res. A complete configuration of the system is only possible via the corresponding connectors of theelmeg PABX.
elmeg CS410 Description and installation
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Safety notices
· Notetheambienttemperatureforthestorageandoperationofthedeviceinthespecifications.
Thedevicemustonlybeconnectedoncethepermissibleambientoperatingtemperatureis
reached.
· Pleasenotethatwhenswitchingfromcoldtowarmtemperatures,condensationmayformonor
inthedevice.Onlyremovethedevicefromthepackagingwhenthepermissibleambientopera-
tingtemperaturehasbeenreached.
· Duringa storm, youshouldnotconnector disconnectanycablesand donotmakeany calls.
· Onlyconnectthecordstotheconnectorsprovided.
· Laythecordssothattheyareprotectedintheeventofanaccident.
· Avoidthefollowinginfluencingfactors:
Directsunlight
Sourceofheat(e.g.radiator)
Electronicdevices(e.g.soundsystems,office equipmentormicrowavedevices)
Penetratingmoistureorliquids
Aggressiveliquidsorvapours
Highlevelsofdust
· Donotusethedeviceinhumidroomsorinexplosiveatmospheres.
· Onlyopentheareasofthedeviceindicatedintheassembly/operatinginstructions.
· Donottouchtheplugcontactswithsharp,metalordampobjects.
· Ifthedeviceisnotpermanentlymounted,positionthedeviceortheaccessoryonanon-slip
surface.
· Pleaseensurethatyouonlycleanthesystemwithaslightlydampcloth.
· Pleaseensureyouonlyuseapprovedaccessories.
· OnlyterminalsthatofferSELV(safetyextralowvoltage)and/ormeetETS300047maybecon-
nectedtothedevice.Correctuseofthepermittedterminalsmeetstheserequirements.
Plug power supply unit
· Onlyusetheplugpowersupplyunitsuppliedoravailableasanaccessory(DSA-0101F-05UPor
L15D52ABDDLAWO).
· Donotuseanyplugpowersupplyunitsthat show signsofdamage(breaksorcracksintheca-
sing).
Electrostatic charges (ESD protection)
ThesystemtelephoneissuppliedwithESDprotectionabovethepermissiblevaluesagainsttheeffectsofelectrostatic
charges.Inspiteofthis,besuretoavoidexcessivestaticcharges.Variouscausescanresultintheelectrostaticcharge
achievingvaluesthatfarexceedthepermissiblevaluesrequiredandthatexceedinterferenceimmunityofthesystem
telephone. The causes or circumstances such as low humidity or carpets must be eliminated. The manufacturer of
the system telephone accepts no liability for damages resulting from these causes.
Safety notices elmeg IP-S400
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Unpacking and positioning
· Systemtelephone.
· Receiverwith cord.
· 2devicefeet.
· User’sguideand labelsforfunctionkeys.
· (elmegIP-S400)Adaptercableforheadsetswith4-pincord,8-pin/4-pin.
Setting up the system telephone
Before setting up the telephone the rear telephone device feet must be mounted 2 in the positions marked 6in the
picture.
You can adjust the display angle of the telephone to your angle of vision depending on the height of these two feet.
Make sure that both of the feet on the device are the same height.
Toadjusttheheight,pullthedevicefootawayfromthebaseofthetelephone.Rotateitapprox.60°alongthelongitu-
dinal axis and re-insert the foot into the housing. By rotating the device foot by approx. 60° along the longitudinal
axis you can adjust it to three different heights.
Please remember that the system telephone device feet may leave marks on delicate surfaces, such as on fittings for
examples. The system telephone manufacturer shall not be liable for any such damage. Please ensure therefore that
you place your system telephone on a non-slip surface.
Cleaning the system telephone
The system telephone has been designed for normal usage conditions. Only clean the device when necessary with a
slightlydampclothoruseananti-staticcloth.Neverusesolvents.Neveruseadrycloth;theelectrostaticchargecould
cause electronic faults. Make sure that no moisture can enter the system telephone and cause damage.
Connecting the system telephone (connector and receiver cord)
Inordertooperateyoursystemtelephone,youmustinsertthecordsforthetelephoneconnectorandthereceiver.
Connecting the receiver cord
Connectthereceivercord1asshowninFig.2.Placethereceivercordinthecableguide4andclampitsecurelyun-
der the cable clips 5.
Connecting the system telephone (connector and receiver cord) Unpacking and positioning
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2 3
4
5 6
7
4
6
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Connecting the cord
S-connector
Connect the S-cord 2as shown in Fig. 2 (socket S0). Please note that the longer ISDN plug must be inserted in the
ISDN socket and the shorter ISDN plug must be inserted in the ISDN socket on the system telephone. Next place the
S-cord in the cable guide 4 and clamp it securely under the cable clips 5.
Up0-connectorelmeg CS410-U:
Connect the S-cord 1as shown in Fig. 3 (socket Up0). Please note that the longer ISDN plug must be inserted in the
ISDN socket and the shorter ISDN plug must be inserted in the ISDN socket on the system telephone. Next place the
S-cord cable in the cable guide 2 and clamp it securely under the cable clips 3.
, This elmeg CS410-U may no longer be connected to an ISDN connector via an S0 socket (e.g. internal
S-connector of the elmeg PABX).
, You can connect a further ISDN terminal with S-interface (e.g. an ISDN card or another system tele-
phone) to the S0 socket on the system telephone. The power supply at this connector for another ISDN
terminal is 1 Watt.
Connecting and setting the headset (not included)
You can connect a headset to the system telephone. Please ask your dealer or consult the Internet to find out which
headsets are compatible.
elmeg CS410-U. elmeg IP-S400
Theheadsetconnectoronthesystemtelephoneisan8-pinsocket.HeadsetswithDSHGinterface(e.g.cordlessDECT
headsets) can be connected directly to the system telephone without any accessories. For standard headsets (4-pin
cord, e.g. U10PS) use the adapter cable supplied.
Unpacking and positioning Connecting the system telephone (connector and receiver cord)
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5
4
3
2
1
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Connecting the headset
The headset is connected to the separate headset socket on the system telephone as shown on page 5 in Fig. 2. Next
place the headset cable 3 in the cable guide 4 and clamp it securely under the cable clips 5.
Iftheheadsetcorddoesnotfitinthecableguide,sticktheadhesivecableclipsuppliedontothebaseofthesystemte-
lephone 7. Then lay the headset cord under this clip.
Configuring the headset
Headset connectorelmeg CS410 elmeg IP-S400
1 Microphone +
2 Receiver (Ground)
3 Receiver
4 Microphone (Ground)
Headset connector elmeg CS410-U, elmeg CS410
1 DSHG receiver
2 Earth (Ground)
3 Microphone +
4 Receiver (Ground)
5 Receiver (3.3V switchable over resistance)
6 Microphone (Ground)
7 V+ (3.3V)
8 DSHG transmitter
Other settings for the use of the headset
Youcanuseeitherthereceiverortheheadsettomakeacall.Whenusingaheadset,thefollowingsettingsarerequired
or available:
· Intheconfigurationofthesystemtelephone,setupafunctionkeyforoperatingtheheadset(he-
adsetkey,seepage36).
· Theconnectedheadsetcanbeusedautomaticallyforcertainoperationsonthesystemtelephone
(seepage).
· Ifspecialsupportissavedinthesystemtelephoneforyourheadset,enterthecorrespondingtype
ofheadset(seepage48).
e.g.theLEDinthemicrophoneofthe»FireflyF142N«fromPlantronicsisswitchedthroughthe
systemtelephone.
· Ifyouwanttousetheheadsettoautomaticallyreceivecalls,setthetimetoautomaticpickup(see
page).Intheconfigurationofthesystemtelephone,setupafunctionkeyforactivatingordeacti-
vatingautomaticcallpickup.
· Usingtheheadsettheansweringmachinecanbequeriedif automaticheadsetoperationissetup.
Connecting the system telephone (connector and receiver cord) Unpacking and positioning
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elmeg IP-S400 on the Ethernet connector
PIN configuration PoE
1 Transmit Data +
2 Transmit Data -
3 Receive Data +
6 Receive Data -
4/ 5
7/ 8
Audio in / Audio out
The telephone has an input 7and an output 8for audio signals. These connectors are intended as a headset con-
nector. The sockets are connected to the corresponding socket connectors for the headset on the base of the
telephone.
1 Plug power supply unit connector
2 Plug power supply unit
3 Ethernet PC connector
4 PC or additional IP telephone
5 Ethernet / PABX connector
6 elmeg PABX
7 Audio-in connector (microphone)
8 Audio-out connector (receiver)
9 Headset with two 2.5mm stereo
jack plugs.
Changing the label field
The labels for the function keys can be found on the last page of this user guide. Remove the selected nameplate.
To change the plate, pull the flexible cover between thumb and forefinger and lift the cover upwards. The nameplate
can then be changed.
YoucanlabelthenameplateviayourPC.Theelmeg PABXCD-ROMcontainsanAdobeAcrobatfilewithtemplates.
Pictograms
In order to be able to demonstrate some of the processes involved for setting up and operating the telephone in this
user guide, the following pictograms (symbols) listed below were used.
b Liftreceiverorstartpreparingtodial.
a Replacereceiver.
Thetelephoneisidle.
l Acallissignalled.
Thecallmelodysounds.
Unpacking and positioning Changing the label field
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2
3 5
4
7 8
9
6
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6 5
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g Youareinacall.
d Aconferencecallisinitiated.
q Youwillhearthepositiveornegativeacknowledgementtone.
t Choosecallnumber,code,characterortext.
0...9
*,#
Pressaspecifickeyonthediallingpad.
Youcanswitchbackandforthbetweenthetextdisplayedbypressingthearrowkeys
F Theconfigurationandsettingsareinitiatedbypressingthefunctionkey.
S Thiskeyisasoftkey;thefunctioncorrespondstothefunctionlistedinthedisplay.
O YoucanconfirmanentrybypressingtheOKkey.
Z Youwillbepromptedtopressoneofthefunctionorspeeddialkeys.
z Youwillbepromptedtopressaspecificfunctionorspeeddialkey.
E The Escape key ends a current configuration without saving it. Following this the telephone is once
again in idle state. In elmeg IP-S400 entries for IP functions are completed and then transferred by
pressingEscape.
C EntriessuchastelephonenumbersornamescanbedeletedbypressingtheClearkey.Onlyonecha-
racterisdeletedeachtimethekeyispressed.
R Thiskeyisnecessaryformanuallyholdinganenquiry.
W Therediallingkeystartstheredialling;pressingitanumberoftimesstartstheadvancedrediallingor
theautomaticredialling.
T Anycurrentconnectionscanbeterminatedbypressingthedisconnectkey.
L Thesystemtelephoneloudspeakerisswitchedonoroffbypressingtheloudspeakerkey.
# IfyouenteracallnumbertodialviaaSIPprovider,thenumberdialledisoutputapprox.5secondsaf-
terenteringthelastdigit.Ifyouendthecallnumberwiththehashkey,thesystemdialsautomatically.
TheterminalmustbeabletodialthehashkeyintothePABX.
Pictograms Unpacking and positioning
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System telephone settings
Connection and operation of the elmeg IP-S400 to the elmeg PABX /elmeg hybird (Basic operation with
DHCP)
PleaseensureyourreadtheelmegPABXassemblyinstructionsinordertoseewhichconnectorsareintendedforthe
connectortotheelmegIP-S400.ConnecttheconnectortotheEthernetPABXconnectoronthesystemtelephone.
· ConfiguretheelmegPABXforusewithIPSsystemtelephones.
· SettheMSNoftheIPSsystemtelephonesintheelmegPABX.
· Connectthepowersupply(plugpowersupplyunit)totheIPsystemtelephoneandwaituntilthe
systemtelephonehasinitialised.
If the IP system telephone is initialised, you will be prompted to choose a language in the display.
Select the language for the display.Press the ar-
row keys to select the languages that are available
and confirm with O.
Welche Sprache? }
deutsch english polski
Enter one of the elmeg MSN entered in the PABX
(example 12) .Confirm the entry with O.
Program dial number
MSN-1>12
If no PIN is entered in the system configuration,
press O and O again when prompted.
Please enter login PIN
TNM-1->
S Switch on »Use DHCP?«.Select »on«. Use DHCP?
off on
System telephone and elmeg PABX are synchronised.
, If there is no connection to the elmeg PABX (no LAN connection or the system telephone is not regis-
tered), the time in the display is replaced by »©---/ /--‰ «.
You can now use the IP system telephone like a system telephone on ISDN or UP0.
A complete description of the configuration can be found on page .
Possible error:
IP address, IP gateway, IP subnet mask, IP SYS server.
MSN is not entered in the elmeg PABX or is used multiple times.
A PIN / login name is entered in the elmeg PABX but not in the telephone.
No extension is set up in the elmeg PABX.
You can now use the IP system telephone like a system telephone on S or UP0 connectors.
Setting the display language
You can choose in which language the display is to appear.
System telephone settings Setting the display language
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Start as follows:
a F S S S
Replace receiver config. display language
Pressthearrowkeystoseethelanguagesthatareavailable. Which language? }
deutsch english polski
F-3-1-2-
Example:
Pressthearrowkeystoseethelanguagesthatareavailable. Which language? }
deutsch english polski
S Pressthesoftkeyunderthechosenlanguage.Thedisplayis
immediately switched to the chosen language.
Entering letters and numbers
If you press a key several times, you will see characters (letters or numbers) displayed in sequence.
For the entry of letters and digits, the keys are assigned as follows:
Key First press Second
press
Third press Fourthpress Fifth press Sixth press Seventh
press
1 1
2 A B C 2 Ä Å Æ
3 D E F 3 €
4 G H I 4
5 J K L 5
6 M N O 6 Ö Ø
7 P Q R S 7 ß $
8 T U V 8 Ü
9 W X Y Z 9 ¥
* *
# #
All of the letters entered are displayed in uppercase.
Example: »bintec elmeg«.
The »0« key has a number of special characters on it.
E.g.: »!«, »&«, »?«, »+«, »-«, »=«, »(«, »)«, »@«, »$«, …
When the 0 is first pressed it inserts a space. If the key is pressed a second time, several special characters are
shown in the display. To select a special character, press the allocated keys 1... . If you want to view other special
characters, press the 0 key.
Setting the display language System telephone settings
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Display of the performance features set up
When the telephone is at rest, the date and time are dis-
playedinthetoplineofthedisplay;thephonebook(tbuch)
andVIPinformationaredisplayedinthebottomlineofthe
display.
22.11.09 08:30 }
tbook vip
>
S
In order to view further information about the various
functionsthataresetup,presstherightarrowkeyandthen
the softkey under the desired function.
22.11.05 08:30 i S U {
mail charge info
>
Additional display information
Whenthetelephoneisatrest,additionalinformationonthefunctionsthataresetupisdisplayedinthetoplineofthe
display.
22.11.09 08:30 S U }
tbook vip
Display Function set up
»S« Dial control or call filter activated,
Access to system telephone menus protected
»U« Call diversion (call forwarding) set up.
»i« Status info text is available (e.g. router key).
Displays
Softkey »mail«
Select between »uus« und »sms«. Messages
uus sms
UUS
Select between »list« und »sms«. Messages / UUS }
list new
< You can choose between 5 messages by using the arrow
keys.SelectthedesiredentrytoeditbypressingtheOkey.
Select text {}
1: HELLO
S If you wish to send or delete the message, press the corre-
sponding»send«or»delete?«softkey(example:»send«).
1/HELLO
send delete?
S Press the »UUSHello« softkey. Send mail (Abc)
UUS> HELLO
System telephone settings Setting the display language
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S You can select the desired call number to which the UUS is
due to be sent between »speed dialling«, »vip«, »repeat«
and »new«. Press the corresponding softkey.
Send mail / UUS }
direct vip new
Setting the display language System telephone settings
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Telephoning
Initiate a call
Dial call number - without option to make a correction
b t g
Lift the receiver Dial call number Call
Dial call number - with option to make a correction
a t b g
Replace receiver Dial call number Lift the receiver Call
Toamendthecallnumberortocorrectanincorrectentry,selecttheincorrectdigitwiththearrowkeysandpressthe
C key to delete it. Then enter the correct digit.
Ifyouwanttocarryoutthecallusingthereceiver,lifethereceiverafterenteringthecallnumber.Atanytimeduringa
call, you can switch back and forth between hands free (only elmeg IP-S400), receiver and loudspeaker.
Afteryouhaveenteredacallnumber,youcanalsopresstheloudspeakerkeyinordertobeabletoselectthecallnum-
ber and use the hands free system (only elmeg IP-S400).
After you have entered a call number, you can also press the loudspeaker key in order to be able to select the call
number.
Ifitisnotpossibletoconnectacall(e.g.callnumberblockedbydialcontrol),amessagetothiseffectwillappearinthe
telephone display; e.g.: »Blocked: Call no.«, if the dial control is activated.
Ifyouhaveliftedthereceiverandyouarenotconnected,youcanacceptacallwaitingviathe»accept«softkeywit-
hout having to replace the receiver. You will be notified of the call by a brief message. If you set up a connection key,
you can accept the call straight away by pressing the key.
Other options for dialling when the receiver is replaced
Itisalsopossibletodialanumberwhenthereceiverisreplacedandtocorrectorsupplementacallnumberbeforedi-
alling when calling:
• fromtheredialmemory(seepage16).
• fromthecallerhistory(seepage24).
• fromthephonebookonthePABX(seepage).
• fromtheVIPmemory(seepage24).
• usingthefunctionkeys(seepage 15).
• viathePABXCTI(TAPI)function(elmegCS410 /elmegCS410-U).
Ifyouwanttouseoneoftheseoptions,youcanmakefurtherentriesbeforeinitiatingthecall.Youcandetermine,for
example, whether or not a call number (MSN) is to be transmitted to the called party.
Telephoning Initiate a call
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Select from the phone book on the PABX
If you are using the system telephone on a PABX with system telephony, you can dial from the phone book on the
PABX.
a S t O <> O b g
Replace recei-
ver
tbuch Enter the initial
letters
Entry
select
Lift the recei-
ver
Call
Dialling from the VIP memory
You can programme a VIP entry for each of the 10 dialling keys consisting of a name (max. 20 characters) and a call
number (max. 26 digits).
a S <> or t b g
Replace recei-
ver
VIP VIP destination
select
VIP destination
select
Lift the receiver Call
The procedure for programming VIP entries is described on page 24of this user guide.
Speed dial with function keys
Speeddiallingisinitiatedusingthefunctionkeys.Youcanprogrammetwofunctionsorspeeddialsundereachofthe
five keys.
a Z b g
Replace receiver Pressing the function keys Lift the receiver Call
Dial the required call number using the function keys.
If you want to dial a number in the second layer, press the desired key twice. This must be done quickly.
, Programming of the speed dial/function keys is done via the PC configuration or the advanced confi-
guration page 47.
Select from the caller history
The telephone has a caller history. A maximum of 10 entries (calls, SMS or UUS1 text messages) shall be possible in
this list. Entries in the caller history are shown on the display by pressing the »list« softkey.
a S <> b g
Replace receiver list Select entry Lift the receiver Call
You will find further information on the caller history on page 24of this user guide.
Accepting/rejecting a call
With respect to the telephone’s basic settings, each call shall be signalled irrespective of the dialled call number
(MSN). If two calls are signalled simultaneously, the first call is accepted when the receiver is lifted. The second call
may continue to be signalled by means of the call waiting signal.
Thenumberofthecallerandthenumberdialledbythecaller(MSN-1…MSN-3,orassignedname)areshownonthe
telephone display. If only MSN-1 is entered, only the entered name is displayed and not the number.
a l b g
Replace receiver Lift the receiver Call
Accepting/rejecting a call Telephoning
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Ifyouareunabletoordonotwishtoacceptacall,youcanrejectthecall.Pressthe»reject«softkeyandthecallwill
nolongerbesignalledtoyourtelephone.Ifyouareamemberofateam,thecallissignalledtoothertelephonesinthe
team. If the call was only signalled to your telephone, Busy is signalled to the caller after it has been rejected.
a l S
Replace receiver reject
Forwarding a call (Call Deflection)
Ifyouareunabletoordonotwishtoacceptacall,youcanforwardthecall.Pressthe»transfer«softkeyinorderto
forward the call directly to another extension. The call number to which the call is due to be forwarded can be preset
in the telephone configuration for each call number (MSN).
Afterpressingthe»transfer«softkeyyoucaneitherforwardthecalltothepresetcallnumberbypressingtheOK
key or enter a new call number.
a l S t O
Replace receiver transfer Dial call number (if no call num-
ber has been preset)
Suppressing the call number (anonymous call)
Ifyoudonotwantyourcallnumbertobesenttothecalledparty,youcansuppressthetransmissionofyourcallnum-
ber.Youcansetthisfunctionspecificallyforthenextcallorpermanently(seepage32).Theperformancefeature»ad
hoc suppression of call number« must be requested from the network provider.
Suppressing transmission of the call number for the next call
Youcanperforminternalorexternaldiallingsothatthecallnumber(MSN)isnottransmittedfromyoursystemtele-
phone to the called party.
a t O F S b g
Replace recei-
ver
Dial call number secret Lift the recei-
ver
Call
Ifacallissignalled,youcandecidebeforeacceptingthecallwhetherornotyourcallnumbershouldbetransmittedto
thecaller.Ifyoursystemtelephoneisthedestinationofacalldiversion,youcanusethisproceduretopreventthecall
seeing the call number of the diversion destination (your number).
a l > S b g
Replace receiver secret Lift the receiver Call
Initiating a call with a fixed call number (MSN)
You can perform internal or external dialling so that a specific number (MSN) is transmitted from your system tele-
phone to the called party. This call number must first be entered in your system telephone. During selection you will
seethecallnumbertransmitted(»MSN-1«...»MSN-3«)orthenameyouhaveassignedtothiscallnumber(MSN).
You can initiate dialling with a fixed number as described below or use a programmed function key (MSN
assignment or user key).
a t O F S S b g
Replace receiver Dial call num-
ber
msn msn-
...
1 msn-3
Lift the receiver Call
Redialling
The last number dialled is stored in the redial memory.
Telephoning Forwarding a call (Call Deflection)
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a W g
Replace receiver Call
Advanced redialling
Thecallnumbersofthelast10calls,connections(calls),connectionattemptsortextmessagedestinationsarestored
in the extended redialling option. You can view and automatically dial these entries by pressing the redial key or the
arrow key.
a W <> O b g
Replace receiver Select entry Lift the receiver Call
Thefirstentrydisplayedistheentrythatwasaddedmostrecently.Aletterisdisplayedattheendofthesecondrowto
indicate the status of the entry.
»v« Connection(Call)
»A« Call
»M« Mail(callnumberstowhichanSMSorUUS1textmessagehasbeensent)
»|« Callsforwhichautomaticrediallinghasbeensetup.
Noentry Youhavecalledanextension,butnotbeenabletoreachitortheextensionwasbusy.
Delete call number from the extended redialling option
a W <> F S
Replace receiver Select entry delete?
Press the »delete?« softkey to delete the displayed entry straight away. You will now see the next entry.
Automatic redialling
If you have selected an extension who is busy or who does not answer the call, you can initiate an automatic dial
function in which the desired extension is selected again after approx. 10 seconds.
b t g W or S O a
Lift the receiver Dial call num-
ber
Extension busy Auto dial Replace re-
ceiver
After approx. 10 seconds, the telephone is switched on and the call number is automatically dialled. The system at-
tempts to reach the extension for approx. 2 minutes.
If the extension is not reached, up to 20 call attempts are made. After 20 unsuccessful attempts, automatic redialling
is terminated with a negative acknowledgment tone.
, If automatic dialling is switched on, this is indicated in the display by the »autodial« softkey. Press
the right arrow key to show the normal display when the telephone is idle.
Interrupt automatic redialling
You can interrupt automatic redialling at any time by making another call. Should this be the case, press the loud-
speaker key during the automatic redialling.
At the end of the call, automatic redial is continued.
Redialling Telephoning
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Deactivate automatic redialling
You can deactivate automatic redialling at any time. No other call attempts will then be made.
To deactivate automatic redialling during an automatic call, press the ESC key.
If you wish to deactivate the automatic redialling function when the telephone is idle, please proceed as follows:
a S S
Replace receiver Auto dial Yes
Switching the microphone on/off, loudspeaker
Switching the microphone on/off
Youcandisablethereceivermicrophoneduringacall.Thispreventsthecalledpartyfromhearinganydiscussionsin
the room. You continue to hear the called party however.
g S Room query S g
Call mute speak Call
, The call duration or cost meter will continue to run whilst the microphone is switched off.
Loudspeaker
Ifotherpersonsintheroomwishtohearthecall,switchontheloudspeaker.Youcontinuetousethereceiverduring
the call. You can change the volume during the call.
Inform the other party that you are switching on the loudspeaker. The activated loudspeaker is shown in the display
by »|«.
g L L g
Call Activate loudspeaker Deactivate loudspeaker Call
If you replace the receiver whilst the loudspeaker is activated, the receiver and loudspeaker are deactivated.
Hands free (elmeg IP-S400)
Whenusinghandsfree,thereceiverisnotused.Thebuilt-inmicrophoneandtheloudspeakerareactivated.Thiscan
only be operated by using the loudspeaker / hands free button. You can switch to normal »receiver mode« whilst in
handsfreemodebyliftingthereceiver.Ifyouwanttoswitchtohandsfreemodewheninnormal»receivermode«,re-
place the receiver whilst pressing the loudspeaker / hands free button. In hands free mode, acoustic signals such as
the call waiting signal are not transmitted.
Inform the other party that you are switching to hands-free. The activated hands-free function is shown in the
display by »|«.
a L t g L
Receiver replaced Initiate hands free Dial participant Call End call
Using the headset
You can connect a headset to the telephone. You can use either the receiver or the headset to make a call.
Telephoning Switching the microphone on/off, loudspeaker
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Switching the headset on/off
In order to operate the headset, a telephone function key shall be set up in the form of a headset key. The LED assig-
ned to this button indicates whether the headset is switched on or off (LED on/off).
a z t g z
Replace receiver Switch on the headset Dial call number Call using headset Switch off headset
Switch volume on or off whilst using the headset
g L g L g z
Call using head-
set
Switch on loud-
speaker
Call using headset and
loudspeaker
Switch off loud-
speaker
Call using head-
set
Switch off head-
set
Announcement
The announcement function allows the internal connection to other telephones without them having to actively ac-
cept this connection (i.e. lift receiver, switch volume on). This is a one-sided connection in which only the extension
initiating the announcement is heard.
The start of the announcement is signalled by an attention tone.
Initiate announcement
The announcement is initiated by means of a code procedure (see elmeg PABX user guide).
If your telephone is the destination for an announcement, the call number of the announcer appears on the display.
Theannouncementisnotifiedbymeansofanattentiontoneontheloudspeaker.Theannouncementcanbetermina-
ted with the ESC key.
The announcement is accepted automatically by activating the loudspeaker function, if:
· thetelephoneisidle.
· theannouncementispermittedinthePABX(canbecontrolledbythe»announcement
on/off«functionkey).
Youcaninitiateanannouncementviaaprogrammedfunctionkey.Anannouncementcanalsobeinitiatedduringan
existing connection (in hold for enquiry) using the function keys.
, You can only use this function if the announcement is released for your internal number (MSN) in the
PABX.
Automatic callback
You can reach an extension who is currently busy by using the automatic callback function. You then receive a mes-
sage stating that the extension for which a callback has been set up can now be called. This message is displayed for
external callbacks from the exchange and for internal callbacks from the PABX.
The telephone display then indicates »recall.«. This display alternates every 2 seconds between the number or
name of the desired party. As soon as you accept this notice (by lifting the receiver, for example), the selected
subscriber is called automatically.
Automatic callback when busy (CCBS)
When you call the desired connection, you hear the engaged tone. With »Callback on Busy« you can reach the enga-
ged person once they have replaced the receiver at the end of the call.
Announcement Telephoning
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Setting up callback
b t g S a
Lift the receiver Dial call number Extension busy callback Replace receiver
The »callback« softkey is only displayed if it is possible to set up an automatic callback in the exchange or in the
PABX. For external calls the performance feature »Callback on busy« must be requested from your network
provider.
Youcandefineupto3callbacks.IfyouuseanLCRprocedure,anautomaticcallbackisalwaysperformedviathestan-
dard network operator.
, If automatic callback is switched on, this is indicated in the display by the »Callback« softkey.
Viewing and deleting initiated callbacks
When the telephone is at rest, initiated callbacks are indicated in the display by the »callback« softkey. To view
callbacks, press this softkey. You can now view the individual callbacks using the arrow keys. If you wish to delete a
callback, you can select this by using the arrow keys, then press the F key and finally the »delete?« softkey.
Initiated callbacks are deleted automatically after a specified time. This time is defined for external callbacks by the
network operator and for internal callbacks by the PABX.
, If the telephone is disconnected from the ISDN network (e.g. telephone ISDN plugs unplugged, PABX
switched off or reset), then any requested callbacks are deleted.
Intercept (MCID)
If you receive a malicious call, you can save the caller’s number in the exchange.
The Trace (MCID) performance feature must be requested from the network provider for your ISDN connection.
, Identification is carried out in the exchange and is recorded under the caller’s number, date and time.
You can use this performance feature in two situations.
During a call
g You want to identify the
extension.
>S The call number can now be deter-
mined in the exchange. a
Call with extensi-
on
intercept Replace recei-
ver
After the caller has replaced the receiver
g
You want to identify the ex-
tension, but the caller has al-
ready replaced the receiver.
S The call number can now
be determined in the ex-
change.
a
Call with exten-
sion
intercept Replace receiver
Telephoning Intercept (MCID)
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Keypad and tone dialling (MFC dialling)
When connected you can use other performance features by using keypad sequences or MFC dialling. When confi-
guringthetelephoneyoucandetermineinthebasicsettingswhetherkeypadsequencesorMFCdiallingarepossible
or not when connected. The display shows which functions (keypad or MFC) are available.
Softkey»Keypad«isdis-
played.
MFC sequences can be entered immediately. The keypad is only displayed after
pressing the softkey.
Softkey»MFC«isdisplayed. Keypad sequences can be entered immediately. MFC is only displayed after pres-
sing the softkey.
, Keypad and MFC sequences can also be stored on the function keys so that they remain available
when connected.
Keypad
The keypad function allows you to control service or performance features in the PABX or in the operator’s network
by entering character and digit strings. Consult your network operator or check out the PABX user guide to see if
»Keypad« is supported or not.
g S t
Call Keypad Enter character and di-
git string
Tone dialling (MFC dialling)
By using the MFC dialling function you can send multifrequency signals (MFC) during an existing connection (call)
inordertorequestananswerphoneforexample.Ifthereisacallwaitingwhilstthereisanexistingconnectiononthe
telephone, you cannot use the MFC option.
g S t
Call MFC Enter character and
digit string
Keypad and tone dialling (MFC dialling) Telephoning
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Telephoning with several people
Call Waiting
Ifyouhaveenabledcallwaitingforyourtelephone,youareavailabletoothercallersduringanexistingconnection.
g call waiting
(Extension 2)
S g
Call with extension 1 accept Call with extension 2;
Extension 1 is on hold
Hold for enquiry
During an existing call, you can put up to two further connections on hold. To initiate a hold for enquiry connection
you can use the MSN key or a line key.
g R t g
Call with extension Extension 1 is on hold Dial call number Call with extension 2
If you want to establish other connections, proceed as described.
Pressing the Disconnect button ends the active connection and returns you to the last held connection. As soon as
there is no held connection, a new connection is established.
Call transfer in hold for enquiry to an engaged extension
Thisperformancefeatureisonlypossiblewithanextensiononhold.Youwanttoforwardacallinholdforenquiryto
another engaged extension.
g R t g S a
Call with extensi-
on 1
Extension 1 is on
hold
Dial call number Extension 2 is busy transfer Replace receiver
Extension1 who is on hold shall hear music on hold. If Extension 2 hangs up, the call with Extension 1 then takes
place.
Call forwarding (call transfer)
When transferring a call, the active extension and the extension of the last held connection are always connected.
Youcancarryoutaholdforenquiry(e.g.toannouncethecall)ortransferthecalldirectlywithoutannouncement.
g R t g S
Call with exten-
sion 1
Extension 1 is on
hold
Dial call number Call with exten-
sion 2
transfer
This performance feature is not currently supported by elmeg hybird!
, Please note that when transferring two external parties, this performance feature (ECT - Explicit Call
Transfer) must be supported by the PABX or, if you use the system telephone directly on the NTBA,
by the network operator.
Brokering
If you have more than one active connection on your telephone as a result of call waiting or holding (max. 3 connec-
tions), you can speak alternatively with these extensions (brokering). Depending on the number of connections on
hold, there are up to 3 softkeys (»conn1",... «conn3«) available to you.
Telephoning with several people Call Waiting
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g > S g > S g
Call with exten-
sion
conn1
...
conn3
Call with desi-
red extension
conn1
...
conn3
Call with desi-
red extension
If you have set up line keys, transferring between the various extensions is also possible using these keys.
To terminate an active connection, press the disconnect key. You then return to the last held connection.
Conference
If you have an active connection and a connection on hold on your telephone, you can initiate a conference call with
both extensions. All three extensions can speak to one another.
Conference calls are not possible with more than two (2) connections at your phone.
g S g S d
Call with extension 1 accept Call with extension 2 conf Conference with extensi-
on 1 and extension 2
Inordertoendtheconference,pressthe»back«softkey.Youarethenreconnectedtotheextensionwiththelastac-
tive connection. The other extension is now back on hold.
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Operate system telephone
VIP memory
You can programme a VIP entry for each of the 10 dialling keys consisting of a name (max. 20 characters) and a call
number (max. 26 digits).
This performance feature is not stored in the elmeg hybird.
Programme VIP entry
Start as follows:
a F S S S <> O
Replace recei-
ver
set vip New Select VIP destination
t
O
Enter the name for the selected VIP destination. Example:
»bintec elmeg«.
Confirm your input with O.
Program VIP nam (Abcd)
V0> bintec elmeg
F-2-2-3—ok-T-ok
t
O
Enter the call number.
Example: »012345«.
Confirm your input with O.
Program VIP number.
V0> 012345
F-2-2-3—ok-T-ok-T-ok
Edit VIP entry
Start as follows:
a F S S S <> O
Replace recei-
ver
set vip List Select VIP destinati-
on
t
O
Change the name.
Example: »bintec elmeg, PE«.
Confirm your input with O.
Program VIP nam (Abcd)
V0> bintec elmeg,PE
F-2-2-2—ok-T-ok
t
O
Change the call number.
Example: »01122334455«.
Confirm your input with O.
VIP-telefonnr. prog.
V0> 01122334455
F-2-2-2—ok-T-ok-T-ok
Caller history
Thetelephonehasacallerhistory.Amaximumof10entries(calls,SMSshortmessagesorUUS1textmessages)shall
be possible in this list. Entries in the caller history are shown on the display by pressing the »list« softkey. The last
10 entries made are always in the list. The last entry added is displayed first.
When you press this softkey the number of new entries is shown on the display (for example: »New calls: 4!«)
and together with the number of new SMS or UUS1 messages (for example: »Messages: 2«).
You will also see the number of the entry and the number of all entries in the list before each entry.
E.g.: »3/10: 1122334455...... *«.
IfthecallnumberofanentryinthislististhesameasthecallnumberofaVIP,theperson’snamewhosenumberitis
shallbedisplayedinsteadofthecallnumber.Youcanviewfurtherinformation(provideditisavailable)foreachen-
try.Ifyouliftthereceiverwhilstviewinganentry,thecorrespondingnumberisdialledautomatically.Individualen-
Operate system telephone VIP memory
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tries can be deleted individually from the list. Entries from the PABX phone book can also be displayed by name.
Resetting the telephone will delete the name entry.
Caller history
Calls that you do not accept that you intentionally reject are saved in the caller history.
Ifacalliscompletedwithasubscriberinthecallerlist(youcallhimorhecallsyou),theentryisdeletedautomatically
and carried over to the redial memory.
SMS/UUS1 messages
This performance feature is not currently supported by elmeg hybird!
If you have received new messages, the number of messages received is displayed when the telephone is idle. In the
callerhistoryyoucanseethenumberorthenameofthesenderandanindicationofthemessagetype(SMSorUUS1).
AfterpressingtheFkeyyoucanreadthemessagereceivedeitherstraightawayoryoucansaveitinthelistofSMSor
UUS1 messages to read later.
If you have already viewed a new message in the list of saved UUS1 or SMS messages, the corresponding entry in the
caller list is deleted. These entries shall be deleted following the resetting of the telephone.
UUS1 block
You can approve and block the receipt of internal and external UUS1 messages using the Professional Configurator
or the system telephone.
MWI - Message Waiting Indication (e.g.T-NetBox).
TheT-NetBoxisanansweringmachinethatisavailableinT-Com,thenetworkofDeutscheTelekomAG.Theperfor-
mance feature MWI displays a notice as soon as a new message is received in your T-NetBox.
Thenoticeissavedasanentryinthecallerlist.Byselectingtheentryandliftingthereceiver,youcanconnecttoyour
T-NetBox, for example, in order to listen to new messages. The entry in the caller list is automatically deleted, if no
new messages appear, e.g. on the T-NetBox. You can also delete the entry manually.
YoucanonlyusethisfunctioniftheMWIperformancefeatureissupportedbyyourISDNconnectionandthePBX.
Viewing the caller history
a
s
Thetelephoneisidle.The»list«softkeyinthebottomli-
neofthedisplayindicatesifanentryexistsinthecallerhis-
tory.
Press this softkey.
New call!
Messages: 1
3-
UUS today 14:33 {}
1/4: 05171717171
F You can read and save this message. 1/20 * }
read save
3—1
Inthefirstlineofthedisplayyouwillseetheselectedentrytype(»Call«,»UUS«,»SMS«),thedate(forthefirsttwo
days »Today« or »Yesterday«), the time and the selected call number (MSN).
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»*«
»a«
»I«
newcall,UUS1orSMStextmessage
Call
Informationaboutmessagese.g.onyourT-Netbox(MWI)
, When you view the caller history again, call entries that you have already seen but not deleted will be
marked with »a« instead of with »*«.
You can view other entries by using the arrow keys. Call today 08:50 {}
1/02:12 a
1-
F Ifyouwishtoviewinformationaboutanentryordeletethe
entry, press F.
»delete?« Theentryisdeletedimmediately.
»Info« Viewingotherinformationonthereceivedcall.
E.g.:Thenumberforwhichthemessagewassentandthenumberofthesender.
C
For further information press the »info« softkey . You
will now see information on the call. If not all information
canbedisplayed,pressthearrowkeystodisplayfurtherin-
formation.
Press the C to exit the menu.
1/121 a
delete info
1—1
Deleting the caller history
Deleting an entry
a S <> F> S
Replace receiver list Select entry delete?
SMS and UUS1 text messages
YoucanusethetelephonetosendorreceiveSMSorUUS1textmessages(SMS-ShortMessageService,UUS1-User
toUserSignalling).Atextmessageisenteredusingthetelephonekeypad.Forthetextentryofletters,digitsorspecial
characters, the keys are assigned as described on page 11.
You can only send and receive text messages if the sender transmits his number and if this is displayed to the reci-
pient. Text messages without a transmitted call number are not transmitted.
Thereceiptofatextmessageissignalledwithtwoshortattentiontonesonthetelephone.Whenthetelephoneisidle,
the number of messages received is displayed and a reference to these is displayed in the caller history.
Any SMS/UUS1 messages that are received and sent are saved in a list in the telephone. 10 received SMS/UUS1 mes-
sages and 2 sent SMS/UUS1 messages can be saved. Please note that there must be free memory available in order to
beabletosaveSMS/UUS1messages.Ifyouhavealreadysaved5receivedSMS/UUSmessagesthenyoucannotrecei-
ve any more SMS/UUS1 messages (information on display).
AnSMSmessageshallbetemporarilysavedafteritissent.YoushallbeabletoaccessthesesavedSMS/UUSmessages
until they are overwritten by a newly sent SMS/UUS1 message.
These entries shall be deleted following the resetting of the telephone.
ThesendingofSMS/UUS1textmessagesshallbepossibletobothinternalandexternaltelephones.Youcanonlyma-
ke use of this performance feature to external telephones if »SMS/UUS1 (User to User Signalling)« is activated for
your ISDN connection.
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SMS text messages (available depending on the network operator)
SMSenablesyoutosendtextmessagestoothertelephonesinthefixednetworkortomobiletelephones,andtorecei-
ve these messages from them. You can only send and receive SMS text messages:
• If you are using the system telephone on a PABX with system telephony that supports the SMS performance
feature.
• IfyouhaveregisteredforthisperformancefeaturewiththenetworkoperatorortheprovideroftheSMScentre
foryourISDNconnection.
• IfthecallnumberoftheSMScentreissavedinthetelephone.
• ThePABXdiallingcode(AKZ)mustbeentered.
PleaseconsulttheprovideroftheSMScentretofindoutinwhichnetworks(mobile,fixed)SMSmessagescanbesent
and the cost of sending and receiving SMS messages. The telephone does not support the transmission of SMS mes-
sages with special content (e.g. pictures, ring tones).
UUS1 text messages
You can send text messages from one telephone to another without having to call this extension. The length of an
UUS1 text message is limited to 31 characters.
Please note that all terminals involved (telephones and PABX) must support the performance feature »UUS1 (User
to User Signalling)«.
Creating and sending a text message
Youcansendatextmessagetoacallnumbersavedinthetelephone(VIPmemory,functionkeyorautomaticdialling
list) or enter a new call number to send it to. Whilst in the »Send mail / UUS« menu, press the corresponding
»speed dialling«, »VIP«, »new« or »repeat« softkey.
To select a number assigned to a function key (»destination«) or stored under the redial button, you can also
press that corresponding key.
>-1-1-3-T-ok->
, When sending a text message, the first (»MSN-1") entered in the telephone or the call number defi-
ned via the user key is transmitted.
Start as follows:
a > S S S
Replace receiver mail uus or sms new
Example: Create UUS1 text message
t
O
Enter the text.
Example:»Meeting 9. 30 a.m. to 11.00 a.m.«.
Confirm your input with O.
Send mail (Abc)
Meeting 9. 00 to 1
>-1- 1 oder 2-3-T-ok
S
O
Pressthecorrespondingsoftkeytodialacallnumbersaved
in the telephone or the »new« softkey to enter a new call
number. E.g.: »new«.
Enter the call number.
E.g.: »2200«. Confirm with O.
The text message is sent to the recipient.
Define targt. numb.
> 2200
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Important notes on entering the call number for sending SMS messages
If the performance feature »Automatic Outside Line« for your telephone is switched off in the PABX, you will not be
abletoenterthedialling codebefore enteringthedestinationnumber.Inaddition thedialling codemustbesavedin
the telephone.
When the telephone is connected to a PABX with automatic outside line, you can enter the destination number
directly.
View new text messages received
Youcanviewanewmessagefromthecallerhistory(seepage24)orfromthelistofreceivedtextmessages.Ifyouhave
already viewed a new message in the list of received text messages, the corresponding entry in the caller history is
deleted.
Viewing received or sent text messages
When viewing received or sent text messages, you can access the following functions:
• Resendatextmessage.
Beforesending,thetextmessagecanbemodified.
• Deleteatextmessage.
• Transfertextmessagetothelistofsavedtextmessages(onlyUUS1).
Start as follows:
a > S S S
Replace receiver mail uus or sms read
Example: Read received UUS1 text message
Thetextmessageaddedlastisdisplayedfirst.Anewtextmessagethathasnotbeenreadismarkedwith»*«.Thefol-
lowing information can be displayed for a text message:
• Numberofthetextmessageinthelist(Example:»1/3«).
• Callnumbertowhichthetextmessagewastransmitted(Example:»MSN-1«).
• Callnumberofthesender/Recipientofthetextmessage(Example:»2200«).
O
Press the arrow keys to see the full text message.
Press O to access a menu with further options.
UUS 1/2 { 2200
TxT
>-1- 1-1
In the top line of the display you will see the date and time
at which you received the message. To select an action,
confirm with the corresponding softkey.
UUS 1 today 14:21 }
send delete? more
>-1- 1-1-ok
»send« Modifyandthensendtextmessage.
Tosendthetextmessage,proceedasdescribedunder»Creatingandsendingtextmessages«(seepage
27).
»del?« Deletethetextmessage.
»continue « Viewnexttemporarysavedtextmessage.
>
S
Press the arrow key and select »list. UUS 1 today 14:21 {
list
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O
Usethearrowkeysandselectthedesiredmessageandcon-
firm your selection with O.
Save text {}
1: TxT
Permanently saved text messages (only UUS1)
UptofiveUUS1textmessagescanalreadybesavedinthetelephone.Youcanedit,deleteorsendthesetextmessages.
Text messages that are already saved can only be entered directly on the telephone.
Start as follows:
a > S S S
Replace receiver mail uus list
Press the arrow keys to select a text message. Select text {}
1: TxT
O PressOinordertoenteroramendtheselectedtextmes-
sage. Press O to confirm your final entries.
F Press F in order to send or delete a message. 1/ TXT
send delete?
>-1- 1-2—ok-1
»send« Modifyandthensendtextmessage.
Tosendthetextmessage,proceedasdescribedunder»Creatingandsendingtextmessages«(seepage
27).
»del?« Deletethetextmessage.
Send text messages automatically (only UUS1)
Whenonacall,youcanautomaticallysendaUUS1textmessagetothecaller.Todothis,thetext1fromthelistofper-
manently saved text messages is always used.
Start as follows:
a > S S > S
Replace receiver mail uus incoming
S Press the »incoming« softkey to switch automatic sen-
ding on or off.
Send Text 1 with call?
no ok
>-1- 1->-3
Set receipt for text messages (only UUS1)
YoucanconfigurewhetherexternalorinternalUUS1textmessagesarereceivedbythetelephoneornot.Receiptcan
be blocked separately for external and internal text messages.
Start as follows:
a > S S > S
Replace receiver mail uus uus_receipt
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S Pressthe»external«or»internal«softkeytoswitch
the receipt of UUS1 text messages on or off. E.g.:
»external«: Receipt of external messages inhibited.
»internal«: Receipt of internal messages is possible.
Inhibit reception
internal external
>-1- 1->-1
Error receiving an SMS message
If you are unable to receive an SMS message or only as voice output, there may be several reasons:
• IfyouareunabletotransmitanSMSmessage,acorrespondingerrorcodeisdisplayed.ConsulttheSMSservice
ofyournetworkoperator/providertofindoutwhicherrorcodesaredisplayed.
• The SMS performance feature has not been registered with the network operator and/or the provider of the
SMScentreforyourISDNconnection.
• The SMS message was transmitted by a third-party service provider, which failed to transmit this message as
anSMS message.
• PermanentnumbersuppressionisactivatedforyourISDNconnection.
• 5 SMS messages are already saved in the telephone, meaning therefore that no more SMS messages can be
received.
• CheckthesystemtelephoneandPABXsetttings
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Checking costs
Youcanobtaindetailsonaccumulatedcallcostsonyourtelephone.YoucanonlyusethisfunctioniftheAOCD/AO-
CE performance feature is activated for your ISDN connection by the network operator.
Consult your network operator to find out what options are available for transmitting cost information. Please note
that the transfer of all cost information from the exchange to your telephone is no longer possible for technical rea-
sons. Any price reductions received, special tariffs used and special features may lead to deviations between the data
saved in the telephone and the data stated on the telephone bill.
Procedure for transmitting cost information
Therearevariousproceduresfortransmittingcostinformation.Thesameprocedureisnormallyalwaysappliedtoa
connector. This procedure is automatically recognised by the telephone and is saved for future use.
If the transmission of cost information during a procedure occurs that is not saved in the telephone, then »Incor-
rect cost type« is shown in the display.
Inthiscasedeleteallofthecostinformationstoredinthetelephone(seealso:Viewing/deletingtotalcosts).Recogni-
tion and saving of the procedure used to transmit cost information is then re-activated.
, You can set up the tariff factor and denomination via the PC or Advanced configuration page 47.
Viewing and deleting costs
Cannot be configured using the system telephone on the elmeg hybird!
Youcanviewthecostsforindividualcallsaswellasforallaccumulatedcallsanddeletetheentries.Youcanalsoview
and delete the call costs via the Professional Configurator.
View/delete costs of last call
Start as follows:
a > S
Replace receiver charge
S The cost of the last call is displayed. If you want to delete
these costs, press the »delete?« softkey.
Last conn.: 0,18EUR }
single delete? sum
>-2
View/delete total costs
Start as follows:
a > S S
Replace receiver charge sum
You can view the total cost for all call numbers (MSN). If
you want to delete these costs, press the »delete?« soft-
key.
Total: 0,31 EUR }
single delete? sum
>-2-3
, If the total cost is deleted, all MSN cost accounts are deleted at the same time. The recognition and sa-
ving of the procedure for transmitting cost information is re-activated.
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View/delete costs of individual call numbers (MSN)
Start as follows:
a > S > S
Replace receiver charge MSN-1
You can view the total cost for a single call number. Exam-
ple for »MSN-2«.
MSN-2: 0,06 EUR {
msn-1 msn-2 msn-3
>-2->-
<
S
If you wish to delete the total costs for the selected number
(example MSN-2), press the left arrow key and then the
»delete?« softkey.
MSN-2: 0,18 EUR }
single delete? sum
>-2->-1-<
Set up tariff factor and denomination
Start as follows:
F-3-2
a F S S
Replace receiver config. charge
»tariff« Enter the tariff factor and confirm your entry with O. The length of the tariff factor is limited to 4
characters.Presstheasteriskkeytoenteracomma.
»currency« EnterthedenominationandconfirmyourentrywithO.Thelengthofthenameislimitedto6cha-
racters.Forthetextentryofletters,digitsorspecialcharacters,thekeysareassignedasdescribedon
page11.
»del?« Allcostinformationsavedinthetelephonewillbedeleted.Recognitionandsavingoftheprocedure
usedtotransmitcostinformation(seepage31)isre-activated.
Transmission of the call number correctly set up (CLIP/CLIR/COLP/COLR)
Start as follows:
F-3-1-1-
a F S S S
Replace receiver config. display call no.
S Bypressingthe»incoming«,»yes - no«softkey,thedisplayofthecaller’snumberisswitchedon
oroff.
S Bypressingthe»outgoing«,»yes - no«softkey,thedisplayofthecalledparty’snumberisswit-
chedonoroff.
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System telephony
ThesystemtelephoneisreadyforconnectiontothecorrespondinginternalconnectorofthePABX/elmeghybird.
On the PABX / elmeg hybirdthe system telephone provides various performance features that are typical of this sys-
tem. For example:
· SelectfromthephonebookonthePABX(seepage15).
· Announcement(seepage 19).
· Specialfunctionkeys(seepage33).
· AccesstothesystemmenuonthePABX(seepage41).
, Please consult the user’s guide for your elmeg PABX to see whether this system telephone is supported
in conjunction with this telephone.
Operating the function keys
Pressthecorrespondingfunctionkey.Thefunctionprogrammedonthekeyisexecuted.IfanLEDfunctionisalsoas-
sociated with this function, the LED is switched on or off according to the function executed.
You can reach the second layer of function keys by pressing the keys twice. This must be done quickly.
Important notes on LED functions
ThestatesoftheLEDsarenotpermanentlyrefreshedinthesystemtelephone.Ifthesefunctionsaremodifiedorswit-
chedbyacodeorPCconfigurationonthePABX,thestateoftheLEDdoesnotchange.Ifthesystemtelephoneisdis-
connectedfromtheISDNnetwork(e.g.parkingacall),theLEDsareoffwhenreconnectingthesystemtelephone.
Pressing a function key updates the display of the assigned LEDs and the performance feature in the PABX is
activated or deactivated.
Example: You can switch the announcement function on your system telephone on and off using the function key
through the PC configuration of the PABX. Pressing the function key switches off the announcement and the assig-
ned LED is updated.
Function keys
The system telephone has five function keys that can be assigned with various functions in two layers.
Eachkeyhasatwo-colourLEDthatcanbeusedtodisplaythefunctionsofthekeys.Eachcolourisassignedtoalayer
of the function key.
Examples for operating function keys
· Speeddialkeys(seepage15).
· MFC/Keypadsequences(seepage21).
· Announcement(operationseepage19).
· Simplex operation(operationseepage).
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Function keys when connecting to a elmeg hybird or PABX
Line keys (Extension line key)
You can set up dialling to an internal extension using a line key. After pressing the corresponding key, the loudspea-
ker or hands free (only elmeg IP-S400) is switched on and the internal extension entered is selected.
If already on a call, the call is held and the destination extension call after pressing the line key.
If a call is signalled on the internal extension you have entered, you can pick this up by pressing the line key.
If the automatic headset option is enabled, the headset is activated instead of the loudspeaker.
CallswaitingwiththenumberofthelinekeyareindicatedbyaflashingLEDonthislinekey.Bypressingthislinekey
you can pick up the call from any extension within the group.
Held calls are not indicated by the LED.
Line key (Team line key)
Ateamkeyisanormallinekeytowhichtheinternalnumberofateamisassigned.Afterpressingthecorresponding
key,handsfreeisswitchedonandtheteamenteredisselected.Ifacallissignalledfortheenteredteam,youcanpick
this up by pressing the team key.
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates the respective status:
LEDoff: No connection.
LEDon: Existing connection.
LEDflashes: Connection on hold.
LEDflickers: Incoming call / call waiting.
Line key
This performance feature is not currently supported by elmeg hybird!
AB-channelof anexternalISDNconnectionissetupusingalinekey. Ifthiskeyispressed, handsfreeisswitched on
automaticallyandthecorrespondingB-channeloftheISDNconnectionisassigned.Youthenheartheexternaldial-
ling tone.
If an external call is signalled on another internal system telephone, you can pick this up by pressing the line key.
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates the respective status:
LEDoff: No connection.
LEDon: All B-channels are assigned.
LEDflashes: Connection on hold.
LEDflickers: Incoming call / call waiting.
Line key
If this key is pressed, hands free is switched on automatically and the corresponding external connection (ISDN, SIP
or FXO) is assigned. You then hear the external dialling tone.
IfanexternalcallissignalledontheLEDofthelinekey,youcanpickthisupbypressingthekey.Hereyoucanpickup
up to 4 calls by pressing the line key. If you pick up 4 calls, this is displayed by the lights on the LED.
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates the respective status:
LEDoff: No connection.
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LEDon: On ISDN connections, the LED only lights up when all B-channels are assigned.
If a connection limit is set up in the elmeg hybird with the SIP provider, the LED
lights up when the maximum number of connections is reached.
LED flickers:
MSN assignment (Set call number for next call)
This performance feature is not currently supported by elmeg hybird!
Youcanperforminternalorexternaldiallingsothataspecificnumberistransmittedfromyoursystemtelephoneto
the called party. This number must first be entered in your system telephone.
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates the respective status:
LEDoff: No connection.
LEDon: Connection set up using keys.
Day/Night all
Youcansetupakeysothatwhenpressingthiskey,thecallassignmentsonthePABXareswitched(day/nightcallas-
signment). You have various options for this switching: Day/Night all: All performance features that differentiate
between day call assignment and night call assignment (AVA, Teams, TFE) are switched together.
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates the respective status:
LEDoff: Day active.
LEDon: Night active.
Day/Night Team
When entering a team number, the call variant is only switched for this team. If you do not enter a team number, the
call assignment is switched for all team.
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates the respective status:
LEDoff: Day active.
LEDon: Night active.
Team on/off
If you are entered as an extension in the call assignments for one or more teams, you can set up a key so that you can
controlthecallsignallingofyoursystemtelephone.Ifyouareloggedin,teamcallswillbesignalledtoyoursystemte-
lephone. If you are logged out, no team calls will be signalled.
The call numbers entered in the telephone can be logged in/logged out from a team using a set function key
(»MSN-1«...»MSN-9«).Beforeenteringateamnumber,youmustselectthetelephonecallnumberindex(MSN)that
is entered in the corresponding team call assignments.
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates the respective status:
LEDoff: Logged out.
LEDon: Logged in.
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Allow announcement on/off
You can block or allow the announcement on your system telephone using a function key.
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates the respective status:
LEDoff: Blocked.
LEDon: Allowed.
Announcement (operation see page 19).
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates the respective status:
LEDoff: No announcement.
LED on:
Announcement.
Call Forwarding
Youcansetupakeysothatcallforwardingissetupforaspecificnumberonyoursystemtelephone.Callforwarding
(see page 49) is switched on or off by pressing the key.
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates the respective status:
LEDoff: Switched off.
LEDon: Switched on.
Voicemail
This performance feature is not currently supported by elmeg hybird!
If you use a voice system on the PABX to which the system telephone is connected (e.g. from the company Discofo-
ne), you can set up a key to control the voicemail function. By pressing the key you can establish a connection to the
voicemail box.
LED functions
The LED on the »Voicemail« button indicates the respective status:
LEDoff: No connection.
LEDon: Connection to voice box.
LEDflashes: Voice box, new message available.
Headset
If you have set up and connected a headset to your system telephone, the headset is operated using a function key.
These are set up in the ex works settings for the keys 4 (Headset) and 5 (Automatic call acceptance).
Press the headset key to initiate, pick up and end calls.
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates the respective status:
LEDoff: No connection.
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LEDon: Connection or connection setup.
Automatic call acceptance
Yoursystemtelephonecanacceptcallsautomaticallywithoutyouhavingtoliftthereceiverorpresstheloudspeaker
key. The time after which calls are accepted automatically is set up in the configuration of the system telephone. Au-
tomatic call acceptance is switched on or off using the function key assigned.
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates the respective status:
LEDoff: Switched off.
LEDon: Switched on.
Line AB
This performance feature is not currently supported by elmeg hybird!
This key is a special line key to which the internal number of an answering machine is assigned. An MFC sequence
can also be assigned to this key.
Afterpressingthekey,thenumberoftheansweringmachineisdialledandthenthesavedMFCsequenceistransmit-
ted. The MFC sequence allows you to activate remote operation of the answering machine and to listen new messa-
ges. The loudspeaker is switched on when calling the answering machine, but the microphone remains off. By pres-
sing this key, you can also pick up a call that is signalled to the allocated answering machine.
LED functions
The LED on the »Line AB« button indicates the respective status:
LEDoff: No connection.
LEDon: Connection to AB.
LEDflashes: AB has an active connection to the caller.
LEDflickers: Incoming call AB.
User on/off
Normallythefirstnumberenteredinthesystemtelephone(MSN-1)isusedasthedefaultnumberforallsettingsand
operations.Youcansetthedefaultnumberofthesystemtelephonewiththeuserkey.Bypressingthiskey,thedefault
numberofthesystemtelephoneismodifiedonthecorrespondingcallnumber.Wheninitiatingacallandwhensen-
ding SMS or UUS1 text messages, the modified default number is used.
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates the respective status:
LEDoff: Default number.
LEDon: Modified number.
Bundle key elmeg hybird
If one or more external connections (ISDN, FXS or SIP provider) are grouped into bundles, they can be assigned to a
bundlekey.Ifthiskeyispressed,handsfreeisswitchedonautomaticallyandafreeexternalconnectionisassignedin
the bundle in the order of entry. You then hear the external dialling tone. If a call is made in this bundle (the LED on
the bundle key flashes), this connection cannot be transferred by pressing the bundle key.
A busy status is signalled as described under »Line key«.
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates the respective status:
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LEDoff: No bundle assigned.
LEDon: No external connection free.
LEDflickers: Incoming call.
Bundle key
This performance feature is not currently supported by elmeg hybird!
Ifoneormoreexternalconnectionsaregroupedintobundles,theycanbeassignedtoabundlekey.Ifthiskeyispres-
sed,handsfreeisswitchedonautomaticallyandafreeexternalconnectionisassignedonthecorrespondingbundle.
You then hear the external dialling tone.
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates the respective status:
LEDoff: No bundle assigned.
LEDon: No B-channel free.
LEDflickers: Incoming call.
Status info
Recording
You can set up the »router key« (code 01) or »record key«(code 02) under this key.
Routerkey(01),(onlyPABX)
Ifyouhavesetupastatusinfokeyintheconfiguration,youcanpressthekeytodisconnectexistingInternet
connectionandtosetupnewconnectionsovertheregisteredprovider.TheLEDsonthefunctionbutton
indicatethestatusoftheInternetconnection(LEDoff:Noconnection,LEDon:ConnectionoverWAN).
Recordkey(02),(onlyPABX)
(OnlyifthePABXsupportsthisfunction)IfyoupresstheRecordkeyduringanexistingconnection,recor-
dingisstarted(theLEDlightsup).
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates the respective status:
LEDoff: No connection.
LEDon: Connection active
or
Recording switched on.
Connection
In addition to the softkeys »Connection 1...«, you can also set up function keys on the system telephone or the exten-
sion for operation when brokering. Here two to four of these keys must always be set up.
· Nootherkeysmustbesetupbetweentheconnectionkeys.
· Thenumberofpossibleconnectionsdependsonthenumberofconnectionkeyssetup. Ifmore
than4keysaresetup,thecallwaitingandholdforenquiryfunctionsarerestricted.
· Ifmultipleconnectionshavethe»Calling«status,thefirstcallsignalledisacceptedwhenthere-
ceiverislifted.
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· Ifmultipleconnectionkeysareavailable,theconnectionkeyisusedtoselectbetweenmultiple
waitingcalls.NotethatonlyoneISDNsystemtelephoneisoperatedontheS/Uconnection,onlya
singlecallwaitingsignalissetup.Thisistheonlywaythatasecondcallwaitingcantakepriority
overanexistingcall(bothcallersrequireaB-channel).
· Ifacallissignalled,anotherconnectioncanbeestablishedusinganotherconnectionkeywhen
thereceiverisreplaced.
· Brokeringcanbecarriedoutusingtheconnectionkeys.
· Theassignmentgiventoaconnectionoracallisretaineduntiltheend,unlesswithsoftkeys
»Connection1...«.
· Aconnectioncanbe setupusingthe connectionkeyand thenpressingalinekey.
· Youcanalsopresstheconnectionkeyduringacalltosetupanotherconnection.
· Pressingthedisconnectkeytodisconnecttheexistingconnectionandtheconnectionwiththe
lastheldconnection.
· Ifanexistingandaheldconnectionareconnectedwitheachother,thesoftkey»Transfer«must
thenbepressedfollowedbytheconnectionkeyfortheheldconnection.
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates the respective status of the connection:
LEDoff: No connection.
LEDon: Existing connection.
LEDflashes: Connection on hold.
LEDflickers: Call status.
Open hold for enquiry (Open.Hold)
Thecalledpartyisputonholdforenquiryanddialsacode.Thesystemtelephoneisnowfreeforotheroperations,e.g.
anannouncement.Anotherpartycanacceptthecall,ifheliftsthereceiveranddialstherelevantcodeoftheheldcall.
ThecodesassignedbythePABXcanalsobeenteredinthefunctionkeysofoneormoresystemtelephones.Ifacallis
set to open hold for enquiry by pressing the function key, this is indicated by flashing LEDs on the function keys for
thesystemtelephonessetupforthis.Thecallistransferredbypressingthecorrespondingfunctionkey.Thisperfor-
mance feature is only possible if only one call is on hold.
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates the respective status:
LEDoff: No connection.
LEDflashes: Held call in open hold for enquiry.
Hotel room
Thehotelroomkeycanonlybeusedonsystemtelephonesthataresetupasreceptiontelephones.Akeycanbesetup
foreachhotelroomforwhichcheck-in,check-out,wake-upcallandcallfunctionscanbesetupbypressingtherele-
vant key.
, The second layer of the key function »Hotel room« is assigned permanently as a line key and cannot
be set up for any other functions.
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates the respective status of the room:
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LEDoff: Room is free.
LEDon: Room is occupied.
LEDflashes: Room is being cleaned.
Key functions
TheLEDisswitchedoff: Pressing the hotel room key opens the »Check-out« and »Wake-up call« menu.
LEDon: Pressing the hotel room key opens the »Check-in« menu.
TheLEDflashes: No function when pressing the hotel room key.
ForallLEDdisplays: The room telephone is called by pressing the key twice.
Post-processing time of the agent (post-processing time)
This key can only be used by the agents of the mini call centre.
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates the respective status of the agent:
LEDoff: The agent is free and can be called.
LEDon: The agent is post-processing and cannot be called.
Key functions
TheLEDisswitchedoff: Pressing the key starts the post-processing time.
LEDon: Pressing the key ends the post-processing time.
LEDon: The post-processing time is restarted by pressing the button twice.
TheLEDisswitchedoff: Pressing the key twice has no function.
, The second layer of the key function is assigned permanently and cannot be set up for any other
functions.
Night operation
This key centrally switches all of the extensions configured for this. All existing external call assignments, the team
call assignments and the door assignments are switched together.
LED functions
The LED on the key indicates that night operation is activated:
LEDoff: Night operation deactivated, the call assignments previously set up apply.
LEDon: Night operation activated (by key or calendar on elmeg hybird).
The LED on the »Night operation« key lights up when night operation is activated using the calendar on elmeg
hybird. Pressing the »Night operation« key deactivates night operation. The current »calendar function« set is ap-
plied again the next time operation is switched using the calendar.
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System menu on elmeg PABX
Cannot be configured using the system telephone on the elmeg hybird.
ThesystemtelephoneisreadyforconnectiontotheinternalS/U/IPconnectorofthePABXs.ThesePABXprovidea
special menu with properties that are typical of the system. This menu and the performance features it contains are
managed entirely in the PABX.
, The description of the menu and the performance feature that is available in this menu can be found
in the user guide for your PABX.
Connection to a PABX
This performance feature is normally set in the PABX. If this is not possible, the setting can also be made on the tele-
phone. An AKZ must be entered first in order to do this.
Start as follows:
F-3->-3
a F S > S
Replace receiver config. tkanl
S Call number length (Softkey »no. length«):
Maximum length of internal numbers that are allocated to
other extensions in the PABX.
PABX Numb. length
>4
S Dialling code (Softkey »akz«):
Dialling code of the PABX
Forexternalcallsthediallingcodeisenteredautomatically
before the called party’s number.
Input external line
Extern> 9
Start as follows:
a S F
Replace receiver tbuch Then press the F key.
S Select the required menu using the arrow keys. In this me-
nuyoucanalsoselectthemenuusingthekeys1 to7onthe
keypad (3 = direct call). If you are in a menu, you can go
back to the menu selection by pressing the F key.
1 = Phone book of the PABX
2 = Follow me
3 = Direct call
4 = Day / Night
5 = Cost registration
6 = LCR
7 = Hotel functions
Confirm your selection with the OK key.
OK/figure confirmed {}
Directory /1
1-F
Select from the phone book on the PABX
S
O
Please note the simplified version on page 15. Display:
»tbuch« . Confirm your selection with O. Enter 1... 8
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initial letters or numbers for the name you are looking for
and confirm with O. The name that is nearest to this
entry is displayed.
Please enter
letter:
1-F—ok
Setting up follow-me
O
<>
Display: »Follow-me«. Confirm your selection with
O.EnterthedesiredcallnumberandconfirmwithO.
Press the softkey under the entered call number or O to
delete the entry.
Press the arrow keys to set up an existing redirect again.
Followme from
Number: 11
1-F—ok-T-ok
Activate follow-me
S
O
Pressthe»Activate«softkey.Thefollow-mefunctionis
now set up and switched on. Press O, you are now back
in the device menu.
OK/figure confirmed {}
activate / 1
1-F—ok-T-ok-ok
Follow me from
n° 11 act.
Set up direct call
O Display: »Direct call« . Confirm your selection with
O. Enter the call number to which the direct call shall be
switched.
OK/figure confirmed {}
20_
1-F—ok-T-ok
O Confirm your entry with O. Dir. call
set up
1-F—ok-T-ok
Switch off or delete direct call:
S
<>
Press the softkey under the entered call number or O
you can switch off the direct call.
Press the arrow keys to delete or deactivate an existing
direct call.
OK/figure confirmed {}
20
1-F->->-ok
Dir. call
Turn On
1-F->->-ok-1
Set up Day/Night
O »Day / Night« . Confirm your selection with the OK
key. Using the arrow keys, select between »Central«,
»Teams«or»door intercom«,andconfirmwithO.
OK/figure confirmed {}
Day / Night / 4
1-F->->->
OK/figure confirmed {}
Central
1-F->->->-ok
S
O
»Central«: If you have made this selection, you can use
the arrow keys to select» Day« or »Night« setting. Con-
firm your entry with O (Example »Day«).
All of the day or night switches set up in the PABX are
switched.
OK/figure confirmed {}
Day /1
1-F->->->-ok—ok
Day Service
set up
1-F->->->-ok—ok-1
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S »Teams« : If you have made this selection, confirm your
entry with O.
OK/figure confirmed {}
Teams
1-F->->->-ok—ok-
O Entertheteamnumberor»*«iftheselectionshouldapply
for all PABX teams.
Confirm your input with O.
Enter ream no.
(*=all):_
Costing
O »Costing« . Confirm your selection with O. OK/figure confirmed {}
Call metering /5
S Enter the 6-digit PIN (PABX factory setting 000000). Pls Enter
PIN: 000000
O If you enter an incorrect PIN, you can return to the menu
selection by pressing O .
You are not
authorized
Cost meter
S
O
Using the arrow keys, select between »Cost meter« and
»Cost printout«. Please note that the cost printout
function is not available for all elmeg PABXs. Confirm
your selection with O.
OK/figure confirmed {}
Call meter /1
O Confirm »Read out« with O. OK/figure confirmed {}
Read out
O Enter the desired extension number (example 11).
Confirm your selection with O.
Meter value for
Tln.-Nr.: 11
1-F->->->->-ok-PIN-ok-1-1
Thecostsincurredfortheselectedextensionaredisplayed. N° 11
0,24EUR
1-F->->->->-ok-PIN-ok-1-1-ok
Cost display
S Confirm your selection with O. OK/figure confirmed {}
Charges record /2
1-F->->->->-ok-PIN-ok->
S Confirm your selection with the softkey. OK/figure confirmed {}
Turn On /1
1-F->->->->-ok-PIN-ok->-1
S You canswitch the call printout function on and off via the
softkey.
Charges record
on
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1-F->->->->-ok-PIN-ok->-1-ok
LCR
O You can receive information on the LCR download via the
»Status request« softkey.
OK/figure confirmed {}
Status inquiry /1
1-F->->->->->-1
Hotel functions
S Confirm your selection with the softkey OK/figure confirmed {}
Hotel functions /7
1-F->->->->->->-ok
S Enterthedesiredroomcallnumber(example20).Confirm
your selection with O.
You can choose between »Check-in«, »Check-out«
and»Wakeup«bypressingthearrowkeys(inthisexample
»Check-in«).
Please enter
room nunber:20
1-F->->->->->->-ok-T- OK/figure confirmed {}
Check-In /1
1-F->->->->->->-ok-T-ok
Check-out
You can choose between »Check-in«, »Check-out«
and »Wake-up call« by pressing the arrow keys (Ex-
ample »Check-out«).
OK/figure confirmed {}
Check-Out /2
1-F->->->->->->-ok-T-ok->->
If you wish to check a guest out, the next steps required are
displayed after the corresponding softkey is pressed, such
as the cost display or a printout of information via the
PABX printer. The ability to print depends on the PABX.
Check-In: 22.11. 11:11
Check-out guest?
1-F->->->->->->-ok-T-ok->->ok Room: 20
0,000EUR
1-F->->->->->->-ok-T-ok->->-ok-ok Charging data
Print out?
1-F->->->->->->-ok-T-ok->-ok-ok-ok Check-out compl.
successfully
Wake-up call
O Select »Wake-up call« via the arrow keys.
Confirm your selection with the OK key.
OK/figure confirmed {}
Wakeup /2
Pleaseselectwhetherthewake-upcallshalltakeplaceonce
»Sgl.wakeup call« or daily »Dly. wakeup
call«. Confirm your selection with O.
OK/figure confirmed {}
Sgl.wakeup call /1
t
O
Enter the time to wake up and confirm your entry with
O.
You may then want to select the wake-up melody you wish
the guest to hear when picking up the handset. Confirm
your selection with O.
Sgl.wakeup call
at: 06:00 on 22.11.
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Enter or amend call number (MSN)
Start as follows:
a F S S S S
Replace receiver config. msn msn1...msn3 tel no.
Enter the telephone MSN (call numbers) or amend the
MSN (Example 22).
Program dial number
MSN-1>22
F-3-3-1-1
elmeg IP-S400: If you have entered an MSN that has not
beenapprovedforyourPABXorhasbeenusedtwice,plea-
se use the closest entry when making an MSN request.
Currently inactive MSNs
MSN-1
Set up large or small letters for the display
You can select whether the display is shown in large or small letters.
Start as follows:
F-2->-2-2
a F S > S
Replace receiver set operate
S Pressthesoftkeyvia»softkey«.Select(»yes«or»no«.Dependingontheexistingconfigurationinpla-
ce, you can make changes by pressing the »yes« softkey. The configuration remains the same if »no« is
pressed.
Keypad settings
Start as follows:
F-2->-1-1-ok
a F S > S
Replace receiver set operate
S Connector/useheadset(»headset«softkey)
Setting up a headset; To operate the headset, you will need the »headset« function key and optionally
alsothe»auto-answer«.
S Basicsettingswhenconnected(»keypad«softkey)
Selectwhetherintheinitialsettings»DTMF«or»keypad«ispossibleduringanongoingcall.
LED caller history
Start as follows:
a F S > S > S
Replace recei-
ver
set operate list
S Confirm your selection with the softkey.
»off«: No message will be signalled.
»on«: All calls, UUS1 and SMS messages and MWI infor-
mation will be signalled.
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»messages«:OnlyUUS1/SMSmessagesandMWIinfor-
mation will be signalled.
An incoming call is signalled by a flashing LED.
Caller list LED?
off messages on
F-2->-2->-3
Programming of keys
Programming of a call number to a speed dial key (MFC or keypad sequence).
Start as follows:
a F S > S S <> O
Replace receiver set speed
dial.
new Select entry
t Enterthedesiredcallnumberandconfirmyourentrywith
O.
prog. new direct dial
1_>
F-2->-1-3 -ok
Keypad / MFC switching on
R
O
SelecttheMFC-(T),keypad-(K)orspeeddialkeyandenter
the corresponding sequence.
Confirm your input with O.
prog. new DTMF-key
1_>T123699#####9#####9
F-2->-1-3 -ok-R-
prog. new keypad-key
2_>K#*123
F-2->-1-3 -ok-R-
Programming of function keys
Start as follows:
a F S > S S <> O
Replace receiver set destina-
tion
function Select entry
S Usingthearrowkeys,selectthefunctionkeysthatyouwish
to assign a new function to.
Pressthesoftkeyundertheselection(intheexample»Li-
ne key«)
Function for key 5a?{}
extension key
F-2->-1-1 -ok—ok
t
O
Enter the call number.
Confirm your selection with O (a line key in this exam-
ple).
1_ / Extension key
Number> 234
F-2->-1-1 -ok—ok-T
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