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EXES-6OOO CP-66

INTERCOM SYSTEM

CP-66

Functions and

Operating Instructions

TOA Corporation

Contents

Introduction to the "Functions and Operating

Instructions" for stations for EXES-6000 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

Chapter 1. Basic Functions, Their Operating Procedures and

All Functions

1.

Stations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . 2

2.

Speech Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . 3

3. Station Operation (PV Type)

 

 

1)

Handset Master Station (TL-600M/610M/620M)

. . . 4

 

2) Handset Substation (TL-600S) . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . 4

 

3)

Hands-free Master Station

 

 

 

(HF-210M/210MB/670M/HS-670). . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . 5

 

4) Hands-free Substation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . 6

 

5)

Hands-free/Handset Master Station

 

 

 

(HF-200M/200MB/250M) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . 7

 

6)

Hands-free/Handset Substation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . 8

 

7)

Hands-free/Handset Master Station with Auto-dialer

 

 

(HF-250M) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . 9

 

8)

Door Station (HF-640S) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . 11

 

9)

Talk-back unit (TK-20) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . 11

4.Station Operation (NP Type)

1)Handset Master Station (TL-600M/610M/660M) . . . 11

2)

Handset Substation (TL-600S) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

11

3)

Hands-free Master Station

 

 

(HF210M/210MB/670M/HS-670) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

12

4)

Hands-free Substation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

13

5)

Hands-free/Handset Master Station

 

 

(HF-200M/200MB/250M) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

14

6)

Hands-free/Handset Substation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

15

7)

Hands-free/Handset Master Station with Auto-dialer

 

(HF-250M) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

16

8)

Door Station (HF-640S) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

17

9)

Talk-back unit (TK-20) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

17

5. Functions: EXES-6000 CP-66 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

18

Chapter 2. Functions and Operating Procedures of Single

Exchange System

1. EXES-6000 CP-66 Summary of Dial Operations

 

(For Single Exchange) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

20

2. Description of Each Function

 

1)

Camp-On-Busy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

24

2)

Busy Call Back . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

24

3)

Privacy (PV Type) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

25

4)

Camp-On-Privacy (PV Type) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

26

5)

Press-To-Talk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

26

6)

Mic Off (PV Type/NP Type) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

27

7)

Press-To-Talk Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

27

8)

Single Digit Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

28

9)

Master Sub Relationship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

29

10)

Automatic Access To Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

29

11)

Personal Number Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

30

12)

Continuous Calling Tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

31

13)

Remote Response . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

32

14)

Call Transfer, Paging during Normal Call . . . . . . . .

33

15)

Group Hunting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

34

16)

Secretary Transfer (PV Type/NP Type) . . . . . . . .

35

17)

Call Forwarding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

38

18)

Priority . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

39

19)

Executive Priority . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

39

20)

Highest Executive Priority . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

40

21)

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

41

22) Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

42

23) Other Paging Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

43

24)

How to Select the Paging Area and Make the

 

 

Paging Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

44

25)

All-Call Paging and Individual Zone Paging . . . . . .

45

26)

Combination Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

46

27)

Emergency All-Call Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

48

28)

Priority Station Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

49

29)

Personal Number Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

50

30)

Selectable First Station Number . . . . . . . . . . . . .

51

31)

Programmable Station Numbering . . . . . . . . . . . .

51

32)

Group Blocking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

52

33)

Programmable Restricted Access for Stations . . . .

53

34)

Selectable Calling Tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54

35)

Selectable Paging Pre-paging Tone

 

 

Duration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54

36)

Time-Out of Conversation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54

37)

Time-Out of Paging Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

54

38)

In/Out Annunciation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

55

39)

Destination Annunciation Indication . . . . . . . . . .

56

40)

Calling Party Indication [Lamp Type] . . . . . . . . .

57

41)

Calling Party Indication [Numerical Type] . . . . . .

58

42)

Conversation Partner Indication [Lamp Type] . . . .

59

43)

Pocket Pager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

60

44)

General Purpose Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

61

45)

Simplified Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

62

46)

Clear Entry and Conversation Over . . . . . . . . . . .

62

Chapter 3. Functions and Operating Procedures of Tie-Line

 

 

System

 

 

 

 

1. Tie-Line Connections of Exchanges . . . . . . . . . . .

63

17)

Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

83

2.

Restrictions Resulting from Tie-Line Connection . .

65

18)

How to Select the Paging Area and Make the

 

 

Paging Call

84

3.

EXES-6000 CP-66 Summary of Dial Operations

 

 

 

19) All-Call Paging and Individual Zone Paging . . . . 85

 

(For Tie-Line System)

66

 

20)

Selectable First Station Number of Each

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. Description of Each Function

 

 

Exchange . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

86

 

1) Camp-On-Busy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

68

21)

Programmable Station Numbering . . . . . . . . . .

87

 

2) Busy Call Back . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

68

22) Group Blocking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

88

 

3)

Privacy (PV Type) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

69

23)

Programmable Restricted Access for Stations . . .

90

 

4)

Camp-On-Privacy (PV Type) . . . . . . . . . . . . .

70

24)

Selectable Calling Tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

91

 

5)

Press-To-Talk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

70

25)

Selectable Paging Pre-paging Tone

 

 

6)

Single Digit Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

71

 

Duration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

91

 

7)

Master Sub Relationship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

72

26)

Time-Out of Conversation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

91

 

8)

Automatic Access To Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

72

27) Time-Out of Paging Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

91

 

9)

Personal Number Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

73

28)

In/Out Annunciation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

92

 

10)

Continuous Calling Tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

74

29)

Calling Party Indication [Lamp Type] . . . . . . .

93

 

11)

Remote Response . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

75

30) Conversation Partner Indication [Lamp Type] . .

94

 

12)

Call Transfer, Paging during Normal Calls . . . . . .

76

31)

Pocket Pager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

95

 

13)

Group Hunting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

77

32)

General Purpose Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

96

 

14)

Secretary Transfer (PV Type/NP Type) ......

78

33)

Simplified Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

98

 

15) Highest Executive Priority . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

81

34) Clear Entry and Conversation Over . . . . . . . . .

98

 

16)

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

82

 

 

 

Chapter 4. Functions and Operating Procedures of

 

 

External Interface System

 

 

1. Description of Each Function

 

5) Tie-Line Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

103

1)

External Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . 99

6)

Selectable Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

106

2)

OD Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . 100

7)

Speech Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

111

3)

LD Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . 100

8)

Background music (BGM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

113

4)

CB Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . 101

9)

Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

114

 

 

 

10)

Time signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

114

Introduction to the "Functions and Operating Instructions" for stations for EXES-6000

This handbook explains the functions and operating procedures of stations for TOA's EXES-6000 Intercom

System.

This handbook is comprised of the following 4 chapters:

Chapter 1. Basic functions, their operating procedures and all functions.

Chapter 2. Functions and operating procedures of single exchange system.

Chapter 3. Functions and operating procedures of tieline system.

Chapter 4. Functions and Operating procedures of External Interface system.

Refer to Chapters 1, 2 and 4 for single exchange system and to Chapters 1, 3 and 4 for tie-line system.

Please note that performances of some functions are restricted in the tie-line system.

You need not read all the instructions given in this handbook but it is necessary to read the instructions on those functions employed in your system. The following guidelines will help you select the pages that you should read.

Selecting different functions made available by placing the Privacy Switch in the "ON" position

The EXES-6000 System is designed to allow either "PV" type operation (the system having Privacy function) or "NP" type (without Privacy function) to be selected by turning on or off a switch inside the exchange. It is imposisble to make one station the "NP" type and another the "PV" type in the same system.

The function provided when the Privacy switch is in the ON position is different between the "PV" and the "NP" type. Therefore, read the page marked if your system

is of the "PV" type and the Page

if it is of the

"NP" type.

"PV" Type and "NP" Type

Type

 

Definition

Description

PV Type

 

System having

1. Privacy tone

 

 

 

Privacy function

With the Privacy switch in

 

 

 

the ON position, a brief

 

 

 

Privacy tone sounds and *1

 

 

 

any incoming call is refused.

NP Type

System having

 

 

 

no Privacy func-

 

 

 

tion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note.

1.Continuous calling tone

A station with the Privacy switch may be called by the continuous calling tone when its Privacy switch is placed in the ON position.

One touch dialing any key

through

other than the

key or picking up the handset stops the calling tone and the stations is made ready to initiate the response to the call. *2

2.The Handset Master station without Privacy switch may be called by the continuous calling tone. Picking up the handset stops the calling tone

and allows the conversation.

*1. Before you use a PV-type handset station, it is necessary that you first register that station by station No.200 programming.

*2. By programming, the continuous calling tone function may be made available to specific stations with the Privacy switch in the OFF position.

In this event, touch dialing any key ( through other than the key stops the calling tone and permits conversation.

This feature may be employed in the industrial type of station (Model HF 670M) or in the "PV" type system that needs to be continuously called.

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Chapter 1

Basic functions, their operating procedures and all functions

1. Stations

(1) HF-200M/HF-200MB

Desk/surface-mounted handsfree/handset master station

(2) HF-210M/HF-210MB

Desk/surface-mounted handsfree master station

(3) TL-600M

Desk/surface-mounted handset operated master station

(4) TL-600S

Desk/surface-mounted handset operated substation

(5)TL-610M

Desk-top type handset operated master station

(6) TL-620M

Surface-mounted handset operated master station

(7) HF-640S

Door station

(8) HF-670M/HS-670

HF-670M

Industrial-use handsfree master station

HS-670

Handset unit for HF-670M

(9) HF-250M

Desk/surface-mounted handsfree/handset master station

(10)TK-20

Talk-back unit

- 2 -

2. Speech functions

Either "PV" Type (the system with Privacy function) or "NP" Type (without Privacy function) mode should be selected for the whole intercom system.

When Privacy Switch (SW) of station is turned ON, privacy tone is available in "PV"Type system, while continuous calling

tone is available in "NP" Type system.

Functions

Dialing

One-Touch Dialing

Calling

Dialing after picking up handset and comfirming dial tone

Calling by picking up handset

Voice Calling

Voice

Hands-free calling and conversation

Continuous calling tone response by one-touch dialing

(No. 200 programming) *1

Privacy

Receiving

Continuous calling tone picking up response (in

Privacy mode)

Continuous calling tone one-touch response (in

Privacy mode)

Voice switch conversation

Simplex conversation by press-to-talk key

Speech

Methods

Fully duplex conversation

Descriptions

Calls are made by touching dial key.

Even when the Privacy SW is on, calling is possible.

Substations can make a call to designated master stations by one-touch dialing. Calling is possible even when the Privacy

SW is on.

Calls can be made by touching dial key after picking up handset, and confirming dial tone is heard.

Substations can make a call to designated master stations by simply picking up the handset.

When called by continuous calling tone or privacy tone, voice can be sent by pressing bar.

By one-touch dialing keys, after a brief calling tone hands-free conversation can get started.

One-touch dialing keys transmits a continuous calling tone.

Hands-free Conversation can get started when called party depresses, the key.

When calls are unwanted, turn ON Privacy SW. Then a brief privacy tone sounds when called. By turning off Privacy SW or touching any key or by picking up a handset, conversation becomes possible.

When called by continuous calling tone, conversation is possible by picking up handset.

Calls can be answered by dialing the. key without picking up handset when called by continuous calling tone.

Two-way conversation is achieved automatically when two parties speak in hands-free mode.

One-way conversation is made by a party who presses Releasing the bar will reverse the one-way conversation flow.

Fully duplex conversation is made when at least either party uses a handset.

Stations *2

Without

With

Privacy SW

Privacy SW

HF-670M

HF-250M

 

HF-200M,

 

200MB

 

HF-210M,

 

210MB

HF-640S

 

 

TL-610M

HF-250M

TL-620M

HF-200M,

TL-600M

200MB

TL-600S

 

 

All stations except

HF-640S

HF-640S HF-670M

HF-640S HF-670M

TL-610M TL-620M TL-600M/S

HF-640S HF-670M

HF-640S HF-670M

TL-610M TL-620M TL-600M/S HF-640S HF-670M

HF-250M HF-200M, 200MB HF-210M, 210MB

HF-250M HF-200M, 200MB HF-210M, 210MB

HF-250M HF-200M, 200MB HF-210M, 210MB

HF-250M HF-200M, 200MB

HF-250M HF-200M, 200MB

HF-210M 210MB

HF-250M HF-200M, 200MB HF-210M, 210MB

HF-250M HF-200M, 200MB HF-210M, 210MB

HF-250M HF-200M, 200MB HF-210M, 210MB

Privacy

SW

ON/OFF

ON/OFF

ON

ON

ON/OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON/OFF

ON/OFF

ON/OFF

*1 This function may be employed for the industrial type of station (Model HF-670M) or in the "PV" system that needs to be continuously called. *2 Before you use a PV-type handset station, it is necessary that you first register that station by station No. 200 programing.

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3. Station Operation (PV Type)

1) Handset Master Station

PV Type

Model TL-600M/610M/620M

Handset

Speaker volume switch

Dial keys

In-use lamp

TL-600M

Handset

Cord

Loudspeaker

In-use lamp

Keyboard

TL-610M

<Making a call >

1.Pick up the handset and dial the desired station number after hearing a dial tone.

2.Start conversation after the calling tone stops.

3.When you hear a busy tone that indicates the party you call is on another line, you can camp on the line by simply waiting without hanging up the handset.

As soon as the line becomes free, your call is automatically connected.

4.While the continuous calling tone is sent, you can

break in on the calling tone by continuously depressing the key to make a voice call through the station speaker of the called party.

TL-620M

5.Hang up the handset or depress the key to termi- nate the conversation.

<Responding to a call >

6.When you are called by the continuous calling tone or paged through your station speaker, respond to the call by picking up the handset.

Note.

1.The sound volume of the calling tone may be adjusted by means of a 2-stage volume selector. (SP. VOL) switch.

2.When using this function in the PV type system having the Privacy function, No. 200 programming is

required.

2) Handset Substation

Model TL-600S

PV Type

Handset

Speaker volume switch

In-use lamp

<Making a call >

1.Picking up the handset makes a call to the designated station.

2.Start conversation after the calling tone stops.

3.When you hear a busy tone that indicates the party you call is on another line, you can camp on the line by simply waiting without hanging up the handset. As soon as the line becomes free, your call is automatically connected.

4.While the continuous calling tone is sent, you can

break in on the calling tone by continuously depress-

ing the key to make a voice call through the station speaker of the called party.

5. Hang up the handset to terminate the conversation.

<Responding to a call>

6.When you are called by the continuous calling tone or paged through your station speaker, respond to the call by picking up the handset.

Note.

1.The sound volume of the calling tone may be adjusted by means of a 2-stage volume selector. (SP. VOL) switch.

2.When using this function in the PV type system having the Privacy function, No. 200 programming is required.

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3) Hands-free Master Station

Model HF-210M/210MB/670M/HS-670

 

PV Type

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In-use lamp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Privacy switch

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dial keys

 

Speaker volume

 

 

 

Microphone

 

switch

 

 

 

HS-670

HF-210M

HF-670M

 

<Making a call >

1.Dial the desired station number regardless of whether the Privacy switch of your station is in the ON position or OFF position.

2.Start conversation after the calling tone stops.

3.When the line is busy, a busy tone is heard and you can camp on the line by simply waiting. As soon as the line becomes free, your call is automatically connected.

4.While a continuous calling tone or Privacy tone is

being sounded, you can make a voice call by continuously depressing the key.

5.When the party you call is in a high noise level area,

your continuously depressing the key allows one-way conversation to that party. As long as you

depress the key, your voice has dominance and releasing the key will reverse the one-way conversation from that party to you.

6.To terminate the conversation, depress the key.

<Responding to a call >

[Privacy switch is OFF.]

7.Respond to the call after the calling tone stops. [Privacy switch is ON.]

8.A brief Privacy tone sounds from your station each time there is an incoming call and all incoming calls

are refused.

To respond touch dial any key other than the key while the line is connected between you and the calling party.

Note.

1.The sound volume of the speaker may be adjusted by means of the 2-stage volume selector (VOL) switch.

2.With no speaker built inside, the HF-670M needs to be connected to an external speaker. Also, the

HF-650M is fitted with no Privacy switch.

3.When the HF-670M is connected to the handset unit HS-670, lifting up the handset responds to call.

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4) Hands-free Substation

PV Type

 

Speaker

 

In-use lamp

Privacy switch

 

Dial keys

Speaker volume

Microphone

switch

 

HF-210M+YC-200

HF-210M+YC-240S

< Making a call >

1.Touching the key makes a call to the designated station regardless of whether the Privacy switch on the calling station is in the ON position or OFF position.

2.Start conversation after the calling tone stops.

3.When the line is busy, a busy tone is heard and you can camp on the line by simply waiting. As soon as the line becomes free, your call is automatically connected.

4.While a continuous calling tone or Privacy tone is

being sounded, you can make a voice call by continuously depressing the key.

5.When the party you call is in a high noise level area,

your continuously depressing the key allows one-way conversation to that party. As long as you

depress the key, your voice has dominance and releasing the key will reverse the one-way conversation from that party to you.

6. To terminate the conversation, depress the key.

<Responding to a call >

[Privacy switch is in the OFF.]

7.Respond to the call after the calling tone stops. [Privacy switch is in the ON.]

8.A brief Privacy tone sounds from your station each time there is an incoming call, and all incoming calls are refused.

To respond, touch dial the or key while the line is connected between you and the calling party.

Note.

1.The sound volume of the speaker may be adjusted by means of the 2-stage volume selector (VOL) switch.

2.The No.200 programming (Master/Sub relationship) must be performed in the exchange to call a specified master station.

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5) Hands-free / Handset Master Station Model HF-200M/200MB/250M (With Auto-Dialer)

PV Type

 

Speaker

 

Handset

 

 

 

In-use lamp

 

 

Privacy switch

 

 

Speaker volume switch

 

Dial keys

Microphone

 

 

 

 

HF-200M

HF-250M

< Making a call >

1. Hands-free conversation may be made by simply touch dialing the station number you wish to call.

2.When you wish to use the handset, pick it up, then touch dial the station number you wish to call, or reverse the order.

3.Start conversation after the calling tone stops.

4.When you hear a busy tone that indicates the party you call is on another line, you can camp on the line by simply waiting. As soon as the line becomes free, your call is automatically connected.

5.In the event that the party you are calling does not respond and the continuous calling tone is still heard from your station, or when the station of that party is in the Privacy mode and the Privacy tone is sound-

ed, you can break in on the calling tone by continu-

ously depressing the key to make a voice call through the station speaker of the called party.

6.During hands-free conversation, when the person you are talking to is in a high noise level area,

(1) Pick up the handset to talk or (2) depress the key continuously for one-way conversation to that party. As long as the key is depres-

sed, your voice has dominance, and releasing the key will reverse the one-way conversation

from that party to you.

7.To terminate the conversation, hang up the handset or depress the key.

<Responding to a call >

[Privacy switch is in the OFF.]

8.Respond to call after the calling tone stops.

[Privacy switch is in the ON.]

9.A brief Privacy tone will sound from the called station each time it receives an incoming call and all

incoming calls are refused.

To respond, depress any key other than the key or pick up the handset

while the line is still connected between the called and the calling stations. These stations are, however, automatically disconnected from the speech path after approximately 10 seconds from call establishment if no response is made the called party.

Note.

The sound volume of the loud speaker may be adjusted by means of the 2-stage volume selector (VOL) switch.

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6) Hands-free / Handset Substation

PV Type

 

Speaker

Handset

 

 

In-use lamp

 

Privacy switch

 

Speaker volume switch

Dial keys

Microphone

 

HF-200M+YC-200

HF-200M+YC-230S

<Making a call >

1.For hands-free conversation, touching the key makes a call to the designated station regardless of whether the Privacy switch on your station is in the

ON position or OFF position.

2.When you wish to use the handset, pick it up, then

touch dial the key to make a call or reverse the order.

3.Start conversation after the calling tone stops.

4.When you hear a busy tone that indicates the party you call is on another line, you can camp on the line by simply waiting. As soon as the line becomes free, your call is automatically connected.

5.In the event that the party you are calling does not respond and the continuous calling tone is still heard from your station, or when the station of that party is in the Privacy mode and the Privacy tone is sound-

ed, you can break in on the calling tone by continu-

ously depressing the key to make a voice call through the station speaker of the called party.

6.During hands-free conversation, when the person you are talking to is in a high noise level area,

(1)Pick up the handset to talk or (2) depress the

key continuously for one-way conversation to that party. As long as the key is depressed, your voice has dominance, and releasing the key will reverse the one-way conversation from that party to you.

7.To terminate the conversation, hang up the handset or depress the key.

<Responding to a call >

[Privacy switch is in the OFF.]

8.Respond to call after the calling tone stops. [Privacy switch is in the ON.]

9.A brief Privacy tone will sound from your station each time it receives an incoming call and all in-

coming calls are refused.

To respond, depress the key or pick-up the

handset while the line is still connected between your station and the station calling. These 2 stations are, however, automatically disconnected from the speech path after approximately 10 seconds from call establishment if no response is made by you.

Note.

1.The sound volume of the load speaker may be adjusted by means of the 2-stage volume selector (VOL) switch.

2.The No.200 programming (Master/Sub relationship) must be performed in the exchange to call a specified master station.

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7) Hands-free/Handset Master Station with Auto-Dialer

Model HF-250M

 

In-use lamp

Liquid crystal

 

Handset

display (LCD)

REGISTER switch Rear side

 

 

 

Station number card

 

Loud speaker

 

 

key

 

 

 

 

Auto-Dialer keys

 

 

Speaker volume switch

key

 

 

key

key

key

<Making a call >

1.Place the auto-dialer registration (REGISTER) switch in the OFF position.

2.16 registrations are possible with 8 keys by changing over the A/B page selection key.

You can call any one of pre-registered stations by touch-dialing the auto-dialer key.

3.For making a call and responding to a call without using the auto-dialer, refer to "5) Hands-free/Handset Master

Station HF-200M/200MB/250M (With Auto-Dialer)".

<Auto-dialer registration >

Two station numbers can be registered by each auto-dialer key.

Operation

1. Switch the (REGISTER) switch ON.

Indication on the liquid crystal display

 

 

 

 

 

or

2.

Press

the

key

until

is

 

appeared on the LCD display.

 

 

Press it three times for

and

 

twice for

 

 

 

3.

Press

the

auto-dialer

key (

)to

select the station number to be registered.

Indication on the liquid crystal display.

4.Press the A/B page selector key to select either A or B page.

5.Station numbers can be consecutively registered by maximum 50 digits using the dial keys.

Indication on the liquid crystal display.

6.Press the key, and the dialled numbers are memorized.

7.Repeat steps (3) through (6) to register other station numbers.

8.Switch the (REGISTER) switch OFF after completing registration.

<Liquid crystal display >

A. Indication on the liquid crystal display in conjunction with the DT-E70 is changed with three status.

1.When waiting

Privacy mode status, page selection and time indication

Displays "PV"status when the privacy key is set to ON.

Displays either A or B page of the autodialer.

2.When dialling for paging

Dial monitor indication

3.When responding to a call

Calling station number

Waiting station number

Number of waiting stations

Note. For detailed indication mode, refer to "Calling Party Indication (Numerical Type)"

B.Indication on the liquid crystal display is changed into two status when the HF-250M is used solely.

His-own-station number

1.When waiting

Privacy mode status, page selection and his-own-station number

2.When dialling for paging

Dial monitor indication

Note. For registration to use the liquid crystal display, refer to "Operating Instructions of the HF-250M and DT-E70".

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8) Door Substation

Model HF-640S

PV Type

HF-640S

<Making a call >

1.Pressing a button calls the specified master station.

2.Speak when a calling tone stops.

3.When a busy tone is heard, simply wait. You are put through the master station as soon as its line is freed.

4.If there is no response even after a calling tone has stopped, press the button again and again. The call- ing tone is sounded each time the button is pressed.

5.Conversation or continuous calling tone is terminated unless the button is pressed every 30 seconds.

Note.

1.Making a call from the door station to the master station having its Privacy switch in ON transmits a brief calling tone to the door station only twice, white transmitting a continuous calling tone to the master station.

2.The No.200 programming (Master/Sub relationship) must be performed in the exchange to call a specified master station.

9) Talk-back unit Model TK-20

< Making a call >

[When calling with the audio trigger function]

When the sound into the speaker exceeds the preset volume, the specified master station is called.

[When calling with the call switch]

1. Pressing the talk-back station call switch calls the specified master station.

2.Talk to the specified master station after a calling tone is terminated.

3.Simply wait after a busy tone (intermittent single tone) is heard.

As soon as the called station's line becomes free, your call is automatically connected.

Note. Be sure to set the audio trigger selector switch on the talk-back unit to ON.

<Response>

1.Talk to the specified master station after a calling tone is terminated.

Note. The No.200 programming (Master/Sub relationship) must be performed in the exchange to call a specified master station.

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4. Station Operation (NP Type)

 

 

NP Type

1) Handset Master Station

Model

TL-600M/610M/620M

 

Handset

Speaker volume switch

Dial keys

In-use lamp

key

TL-600M

Handset

Retractile cord

Loudspeaker

In-use lamp

Keyboard

TL-610M

TL-620M

< Making a call >

1.Pick up the handset and dial the desired station number after hearing dial tone.

2.Start conversation after the calling tone stops.

3.When you hear a busy tone that indicates the party you call is on another line, you can camp on the line by simply waiting without hanging up the handset.

As soon as the line becomes free, your call is automatically connected.

4.While the continuous calling tone is sent, you can

break in on the calling tone by continuously depressing the key to make a voice call through the station speaker of the called party.

2) Handset Substation

Model TL-600S

Handset

5.Hang up the handset or depress the key to terminate the conversation.

<Responding to a call >

6.When you are called by the continuous calling tone or paged through your station speaker, respond to the call by picking up the handset.

Note.

The sound volume of the calling tone may be adjusted by means of a 2-stage volume selector (SP. VOL) switch.

NP Type

Speaker volume switch

In-use lamp

key

<Making a call >

1.Picking up the handset makes a call to the designated station.

2.Start conversation after the calling tone stops.

3.When you hear a busy tone that indicates the party you call is on another line, you can camp on the line by simply waiting without hanging up the handset.

As soon as the line becomes free, your call is automatically connected.

4.While the continuous calling tone is sent, you can

break in on the calling tone by continuously depress-

ing the key to make a voice call through the station speaker of the called party.

5. Hang up the handset to terminate the conversation.

<Responding to a call>

6.When you are called by the continuous calling tone or paged through your station speaker, respond to the call by picking up the handset.

Note.

The sound volume of the calling tone may be adjusted by means of a 2-stage volume selector (SP. VOL) switch.

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3) Hands-free Master Station

Model HF-210M/210MB/670M/HS-670

 

NP Type

 

Speaker

In-use lamp

Privacy switch

Dial keys

Speaker volume switch

Microphone

HS-670

key

HF-670M

 

HF-210M

<Making a call >

1.Touch dial the station number you wish to call, regardless of whether the Privacy switch of your station is in the ON position or OFF position.

2.Start conversation after the calling tone stops.

3.When the line is busy, a busy tone is heard and you can camp on the line by simply waiting. As soon as the line becomes free, your call is automatically

connected.

4.During a call attempt made by means of the continu-

ous calling tone, you can break in on the calling tone

by continuously depressing the key to make a voice call through the station speaker of the called party.

5.When the party you call is in a high noise level area, your continuously depressing the key allows one-way conversation to that party. As long as you

depress the key, your voice has dominance and releasing the key will reverse the one-way conversation from that party to you.

<Responding to a call >

[Privacy switch is in the OFF.]

7.Respond to the call after the calling tone stops. [Privacy switch is in the ON.]

8.The continuous calling tone function is made avail- able to any station if its Privacy switch is placed in

the ON position. Depressing any key

other than the key causes the continu- ous calling tone to stop and puts the station in the conversation mode.

Note.

1.The sound volume of the speaker may be adjusted by means of the 2-stage volume selector (VOL) switch.

2.With no speaker built inside, the HF-670M needs to be connected to an external speaker. Also, the HF-670M is fitted with no Privacy switch.

3.When the HF-670M is connected to the handset unit HS-670, lifting up the handset responds to call.

6. To terminate the conversation, depress the key.

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4) Hands-free Substation

NP Type

 

Speaker

 

In-use lamp

Privacy switch

 

Dial keys

Speaker volume switch

Microphone

 

 

key

HF-210M+YC-200

HF-210M+YC-240S

<Making a call >

1.Touching the key makes a call to the designated other station whether the Privacy switch on your station is in the ON position or OFF position.

2.Start conversation after the calling tone stops.

3.When the line is busy, a busy tone is heard and you can camp on the line by simply waiting. As soon as the line becomes free, your call is automatically connected.

4.During a call attempt made by means of the continu- ous calling tone, you can break in on the calling tone

by continuously depressing the key to make a voice call through the station speaker of the called party.

5.When the party you call is in a high noise level area,

your continuously depressing the key allows one-way conversation to that party. As long as you

depress the key, your voice has dominance and releasing the key will reverse the one-way conversation from that party to you.

6.To terminate the conversation, depress the key.

<Responding to a call >

[Privacy switch is in the OFF.]

7.Respond to the call after the calling tone stops.

[Privacy switch is in the ON.]

8.The continuous calling tone function is made avail-

able to any station when its Privacy switch is in the ON position. Depressing the or key causes the continuous calling tone to stop and puts the station in the conversation mode.

Note.

1.The sound volume of the speaker may be adjusted by means of the 2-stage volume selector (VOL) switch.

2.The No.200 programming (Master/Sub relationship) must be performed in the exchange to call a specified master station.

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NP Type

5) Hands-free / Handset Master Station

Model HF-200M/200MB/250M (With Auto-Dialer)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Speaker

Handset

In-use lamp

Privacy switch

Speaker volume switch

Dial keys

HF-200M

Microphone

HF-250M

< Making a call >

1. Hands-free conversation may be made by simply touch dialing the station number you wish to call.

2.When you wish to use the handset, pick it up, then touch dial the station number you wish to call, or reverse the order.

3.Start conversation after the calling tone stops.

4.When you hear a busy tone that indicates the party you call is on another line, you can camp on the line by simply waiting. As soon as the line becomes free, your call is automatically connected.

5.In the event that the party you are calling does not respond and the continuous calling tone is still heard

from your station, you can break in on the calling

tone by continuously depressing the key to make a voice call through the station speaker of the called party.

6.During hands-free conversation, when the person you are talking to is in a high noise level area,

(1) Pick up the handset to talk or (2) depress the key continuously for one-way conversation

to that party. As long as the

key is depres-

sed, your voice has dominance, and releasing the key will reverse the one-way conversation from that party to you.

7.To terminate the conversation, hang up the handset or depress the key.

<Responding to a call >

[Privacy switch is in the OFF.]

8.Respond to call after the calling tone stops. [Privacy switch is in the ON.]

9.The continuous calling tone function is made avail-

able to any station when its Privacy switch is in the ON position. Depressing any key other than the key or picking up the handset of the station called causes the continuous calling tone to stop and puts the station in the conversation mode.

Note.

The sound volume of the loud speaker may be adjusted by means of the 2-stage volume selector (VOL) switch.

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6) Hands-free / Handset substation

 

 

NP Type

 

 

 

Speaker

Handset

 

 

 

 

In-use lamp

 

Privacy switch

 

Speaker volume switch

Dial keys

Microphone

 

 

 

HF-200M+YC-200

 

 

HF-200M+YC-230S

<Making a call >

1.For hands-free conversation, touching the key makes a call to the designated other station regardless of whether the Privacy switch on your station is in the ON position or OFF position.

[Privacy switch is in the OFF.]

2. When you wish to use the handset, pick it up, then touch dial the key to make a call or reverse the order.

[Privacy switch is in the ON.]

3.Picking up the handset makes a call to the designated other station.

4.Start conversation after the calling tone stops.

5.When you hear a busy tone that indicates the party you call is on another line, you can camp on the line by simply waiting. As soon as the line becomes free, your call is automatically connected.

6.In the event that the party you are calling does not respond and the continuous calling tone is still heard

from your station, you can break in on the calling

tone by continuously depressing the key to make a voice call through the station speaker of the called party.

7.During hands-free conversation, when the person you are talking to is in a high noise level area,

(1) Pick up the handset to talk or (2) depress the

key continuously for one-way conversation to that party. As long as the key is depressed, your voice has dominance, and releasing the key will reverse the one-way conversation from that party to you.

8.To terminate the conversation, hang up the handset or depress the key.

<Responding to a call >

[Privacy switch is in the OFF.]

9.Respond to call after the calling tone stops. [Privacy switch is in the ON.]

10.The continuous calling tone function is made avail-

able to any station when its Privacy switch is in the

ON position. Depressing the key or picking up the handset of the station called causes the continuous calling tone to stop and puts the station in the conversation mode.

Note.

1.The sound volume of the loud speaker may be adjusted by means of the 2-stage volume selector (VOL) switch.

2.The No.200 programming (Master/Sub relationship) must be performed in the exchange to call a specified master station.

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7) Hands-free/Handset Master Station with Auto-Dialer

 

 

 

NP Type

Model HF-250M

 

In-use lamp

Liquid crystal

 

Handset

display (LCD)

 

 

 

 

REGISTER switch Rear side

 

 

 

 

Station number card

 

 

 

Loud speaker

 

 

 

 

key

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Auto-Dialer keys

 

 

 

 

Speaker volume switch

key

 

 

 

 

key

key

key

<Making a call >

1.Place the auto-dialer registration (REGISTER) switch in the OFF position.

2.16 registrations are possible with 8 keys by changing over the A/B page selection key.

You can call any one of pre-registered stations by touch-dialing the auto-dialer key.

3.For making a call and responding to a call without using the auto-dialer, refer to "5) Hands-free/Handset Master

Station HF-200M/200MB/250M (With Auto-Dialer)"

<Auto-dialer registration >

Two station numbers can be registered by each auto-dialer key.

Operation

1. Switch the (REGISTER) switch ON.

Indication on the liquid crystal display

 

or

 

 

2. Press the

key until

is

 

appeared on the LCD display.

 

 

Press it three times for

and

 

twice for

 

 

 

3. Press the auto-dialer key (

)to

 

select the station number to be registered.

 

 

 

 

Indication on the liquid crystal display.

4.Press the A/B page selector key to select either A or B page.

5.Station numbers can be consecutively registered by maximum 50 digits using the dial keys.

Indication on the liquid crystal display.

6.Press the key, and the dialled numbers are memorized.

7.Repeat steps (3) through (6) to register other station numbers.

8.Switch the (REGISTER) switch OFF after completing registration.

<Liquid crystal display >

A.Indication on the liquid crystal display in conjunction with the DT-E70 is changed with three status.

1.When waiting

Privacy mode status, page selection and time indication

Displays "PV"status when the privacy key is set to ON. Displays either A or B page of the autodialer.

2.When dialling for paging Dial monitor indication

3.When responding to a call

Calling station number

Waiting station number

Number of waiting stations

Note. For detailed indication mode, refer to "Calling Party Indication (Numerical Type)"

B.Indication on the liquid crystal display is changed into two status when the HF-250M is used solely.

His-own-station number

1.When waiting

Privacy mode status, page selection and his-own-station number

2.When dialling for paging Dial monitor indication

Note. For registration to use the liquid crystal display, refer to "Operating Instructions of the HF-250M and DT-E70".

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8) Door Substation

Model HF-640S

NP Type

HF-640S

<Making a call >

1.Pressing a button calls the specified master station.

2.Speak when a calling tone stops.

3.When a busy tone is heard, simply wait. You are put through the master station as soon as its line is freed.

4.If there is no response even after a calling tone has stopped, press the button again and again. The calling

tone is sounded each time the button is pressed.

5.Conversation or continuous calling tone is terminated unless the button is pressed every 30 seconds.

Note.

1.Making a call from the door station to the master station having its Privacy switch in ON transmits a brief calling tone to the door station only twice, while transmitting a continuous calling tone to the master station.

2.The No.200 programming (Master/Sub relationship) must be performed in the exchange to call a specified master station.

9) Talk-back unit Model TK-20

< Making a call >

[When calling with the audio trigger function]

When the sound into the speaker exceeds the preset volume, the specified master station is called.

[When calling with the call switch]

1.Pressing the talk-back station call switch calls the specified master station.

2.Talk to the specified master station after a calling tone is terminated.

3.Simply wait after a busy tone (intermittent single tone) is heard.

As soon as the called station's line becomes free, your call is automatically connected.

Note. Be sure to set the audio trigger selector switch on the talk-back unit to ON.

<Responding to a call>

1.Talk to the specified master station after a calling tone is terminated.

Note. The No.200 programming (Master/Sub relationship) must be performed in the exchange to call a specified master station.

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Functions: EXES-6000 CP-66

No. Classification

1

2

3

4

5Single Digit

6

7Continuous

Calling Tone

8

9

PTT

10

11Personal

12Number

13

14

15 Transfer

16

17

18

19 Priority

20

21 Conference

22

23Paging and

24Response

25

26

27

28

Selection of

Dial Operation

29

30

31

32

Restricted

Access Group

33

34

Selection

35

36

37

38

39

40

41 Interface

42

43

44

45

46

47

 

Standard

Selectable Function

Optional

Single

 

Tie-line

 

Function

By DIP

By No. 200

Own

Outside

TI-600

Function

Function

Exchange

 

Switch

Programming

Exchange

Exchange

Exchange

 

 

 

 

Camp-On-Busy

Busy call back

Mic-Off

Single Digit Dialing

Automatic Access to Paging

Master/Sub Relationship

Privacy-Camp-On-Privacy/Continuous Calling Tone at Privacy

Mode *1

Continuous Calling Tone-One-touch Response *2

Press-To-Talk

Press-To-Talk Control

Personal Number Call

Personal Number Paging

Remote Response

Call TransferPagind during Normal call

Group Hunting

Secretary Transfer

Call Forwarding

Priority

Executive Priority

Highest Executive Priority

Conference

PA Paging-Station Paging *7

Combination Paging

Emergency All-Call

Paging Priority

Selectable numbering digit

Selectable First Station Number of Each Exchange

Output Capacity of Paging Zone

Selectable Dial Operation for Paging Response

Output Capacity of General Purpose Control

Programmable Statio n Numbering

Selectable function operation

Group Blocking (Restricted Dialing)

Restricted Access to All-Call Paging

Zone paging

Restricted Access to Conference

One-shot make output

Restricted Access

Make/break output

to General Purpose

8

selectable one-shot make output

Control

8

selectable make output/Decimal output

4 decimal digits output

Calling Tone-paging Pre-paging Tone Duration *11

Time out of Conversation and Paging Call

IN/OUT Annuncation

Destination Annunciation Indication

Calling Party Indication (Lamp type) (with/without memory)

Calling Party Indication (Numerical type)

Station called indicator (Lamp Type)

Pager

One-shot make output

Make/break output

General Purpose

8 selectable one-shot make output

Control

8 selectable make output/Decimal output

4 decimal digits output

Speech message

Pager calling and responding

BGM

Alarm and time signal

Selectable paging

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Functions: EXES-6000 CP-66

Notes.

1.XX/YY indicates to select either XX (Function) or YY (Function).

2.Not all circles in The Switch Selection table

correspond to the DIP switches of the CP unit.

*1: "PV" (system with Privacy function) Type: with the

Privacy switch in the ON position, a brief Privacy

Tone sounds.

"NP" (system without Privacy function) Type: A station may be called by the continuous calling tone when the Privacy switch is placed in the ON position.

*2: When a hands-free station without handset is called by the continuous calling tone, conversation may start by touching any key

*3: Using the Press-to-talk control function reduces the maximum number of paging zone to All call + 23 zones (7 zones).

*4: This function may not be used if numbers 100 through 199 are used in the Station Numbering

Schedule. Either "Personal number call" or "Personal number paging" may be selected.

*5: Additional equipment is required for paging.

*6: Either "Executive Priority" or "Highest Executive

Priority" may be selected.

*7: Each zone of paging provides Station paging and/or

PA paging.

*8: It is necessary to respond only by dialing (without zone No.).

*9: It is possible to make a paging call and its response between the local exchange and the remote extension exchange. However, a response to the zone paging is possible only from a station connected to the exchange having the paged zone.

*10: Station numbers of each exchange can be changed freely within the range of "Selectable numbering schedule of each exchange".

*11: Calling tone: 0.3 sec (Trill note tone)/0.2 sec (Single note tone)/none.

Paging pre-paging tone: 2 sec/1 sec/none.

*12: Selects whether or not the indication of the calling party station continuously lights up, after the calling party has cancelled the call to a line which is busy or in the privacy mode.

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Chapter 2

Functions and operating procedures of single exchange system

EXES-6000 CP-66 — Summary of Dialing Operations (single exchange system)

1. Selecting dial operations

The EXES-6000 Intercom system allows digit-dialing operations to be minimized depending on the number of stations and their functions. Four types of dialing operations (Type 1, Type 2, Type 3, and Type 4) are available. Select the most suitable type by changing the setting of the internal switch at the exchange. The following explanations describe the dialing operation when the switch is set for Type 2. For other types, check the dial operation while referring to the attached lists.

[Four types of dialing operations]

Type

Feature

Numbering plan

 

Three-digit dialing

Standard type

 

Standard type

No. 200 ~ 327

Type1

Maximum of 128 stations

No. 100 ~ 227)

(without paging)

Station number conversion

 

 

Maximum of 120 stations

No.200~399

 

(with all station call + 7-zone paging)

(No. 100 ~ 399)

 

Three-digit dialing

Standard type

 

Station number conversion

No. 200 ~ 455

Type 2

Maximum of 256 stations

(No. 100 ~ 355)

 

 

 

Station number conversion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No. 200 ~ 999

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(No.100~ 999)

 

Two-digit dialing

Standard/station number conversion

Type3

Full paging function

No. 20 ~ 79

Maximum of 70 stations

(No. 10 ~ 79)

 

 

(with/without paging)

 

 

Two-digit dialing

Standard/station conversion

Type 4

Maximum of 90 stations

No. 20 ~ 99

 

(with/without paging)

(No. 10 ~ 99)

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(Type 1)

 

(Type 2)

 

(Type 3)

 

(Type 4)

 

 

Three-digit dialing,

Three-digit dialing, station number

Two-digit dialing,

Two-digit dialing, 60 stations

 

standard type, 128 stations

conversion, 256 stations

full paging function, 60 stations

(No. 20 through 99, No. 10 through 99)

 

(No. 200 through 327, No. 100 through 227)

(No. 200 through 999, No. 100 through 999)

(No. 20 through 79, No. 10 through 79)

 

 

Function

Dialing operation

 

Number assignment

Dialing operation

Number assignment

Dialing operation

 

Number assignment

Dialing operation

Number assignment

Press-to-talk

Remote response

Remote response registration

Continuous calling tone

Privacy

Secretary transfer

Single-digit registration

Single-digit dialing

Personal number cancellation

In/out indicator lamp ON

Personal number cancellation

In/out indicator lamp OFF

Personal number call

Personal number paging

Conference

Call forwarding registration

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(Type 1)

 

(Type 2)

(Type 3)

 

(Type 4)

 

Three-digit dialing,

Three-digit dialing, station number

Two-digit dial,

 

 

Two-digit dialing, 60 stations

 

standard type, 128 stations

conversion, 256 stations (No. 200 through

full paging function, 60 stations

 

(No. 20 through 99, No. 10 through 99)

 

(No. 200 through 327, No. 100 through 227)

999, No. 100 through 999)

(No. 20 through 79, No. 10 through 79)

 

 

 

Function

Dialing operation

Number assignment

Dialing operation

Number assignment

Dialing operation

Number assignment

Dialing operation

Number assignment

Conference clear

Mic.off

Busy call back registration

Busy call-back response

Priority/priority response

Executive priority

Highest executive priority

Call transfer

All call + 7-zone paging

All call +

31 -zone paging

Cambination paging

All call paging response

Zone paging response

Paging transfer

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Function

One-shot, relay-connection output

Relay connection/ disconnection output

8-selectable, one-shot,

relay connection output

8-selectable output (Decimal output)

4-digit decimal output

Pager call

Pager response

Calling station selection

Message recording

Message check

Message playback

Message cancellation

Remote message playback

Clearing calling party indication

BGM

 

 

(Type1)

(Type 2)

(Type 3)

 

(Type 4)

 

 

Three-digit dialing,

Three-digit dialing, station number

Two-digit dialing,

Two-digit dialing, 60 statins

 

 

standard type, 128 stations

conversion, 256 stations

full paging function, 60 stations

(No. 20 through 99, No. 10 through 99)

 

(No. 200 through 327, No. 100 through 227)

(No. 200 through 999, No. 100 through 999)

(No. 20 through 79, No. 10 through 79)

 

 

 

Dialing operation

Number assignment

Dialing operation

Number assignment

Dialing operation

Number assignment

Dialing operation

Number assignment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Camp-On-Busy

When the party you are calling is on another line, by simply waiting you automatically "Camp-On" the line. (Busy tone sounds continuously.) As soon as the line is freed, you will

be automatically connected.

After call

 

Call

Busy Call Back

When the called station is busy, dialing

permits this function to be registered and terminates the call after a confirmation tone. As soon as the line is freed, the calling party is called by the distinctive "busy-call-back" tone that sounds for 10 seconds. By one-touch dialing any one of key during the 10-second period, the calling party can be connected to the called party.

The disadvantage of the camp-on-busy function is that a link is occupied and busy tone is heard from your station all the way while you are waiting. This problem can be avoided by using the busy call back function that can improve the availability of speech paths as well as enables you to wait without being annoyed by "noisy" busy tone.

A maximum of 15 stations can be registered for this func- tion. Once the function has been programmed into your station, you are put in the simple "busy waiting" mode even when you depress 6 in an attempt to register other busy stations for this function.

It is possible to make or receive other calls while waiting after this fuction has been programmed. However, if you are still using your station for conversation with the third party when the busy station registered for this function is freed, the registered busy call back function will be cancelled.

Camp-on-busy is prior to busy call back.

Registration

Busy tone

Conversation

Calling station

Called station

Line has been freed.

Busy call back tone

Calling station

Calling

 

 

 

Called station

(Any key other than

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Privacy

Shift Privacy Switch to ON.

When a party does not wish to accept incoming calls, this function may be employed to refuse them. With the Privacy switch in the ON position, a continuous privacy tone will be sounded in the station making the call, and at the same time, a brief Privacy tone will sound in the station called, indicating a call attempt is being made.

It is possible to call the other party from the station in the Privacy mode but Remote Response is impossible from that station.

Shift Privacy Switch back to the left.

To restore a station in the "Privacy" mode to a normal condition, and thus ready to receive calls.

Note: 1. A call received while the station is in the Privacy mode may be accepted if the Privacy function is immediately cancelled (see Camp-On Privacy)

2.In the even of the station registered for the Secretary Transfer function, the Privacy switch is used on and off operation of the Secretary Transfer function. (see Secretary Transfer)

3.During the above "Privacy" mode, while the call-

ing station has the bar is released, the privacy tone stops are the caller and transmit a

one way message.

When the bar is released, the normal "Privacy" mode to be resumed.

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PV Type

One tone

Privacy tone

Call

Camp-On Privacy

When the party you are calling has his station on Privacy mode, by simply waiting you will automatically "Camp-

On" the line. (Privacy tone sounds continuously.) As soon as the Privacy mode is released, or as soon as he one-touch dials any of the keys , or as soon as he picks up a handset of his station, you will be automatically connected.

This function is canelled automatically if the station in the privacy mode may not accept the call within approximately

10 seconds.

PV Type

Automatic

Press-To-Talk

This function is activated when the

(Press-To-Talk Bar)

is continuously depressed after dial tone confirmation or during hands-free conversation. This allows one-way conversation from the party depressing the function key. When the key is released, one-way conversation is reversed.

Employ when a person in a high noise level area is called by a person in a quiet area, or when no particular response is required, or when simple announcements are made. In such cases, one-way conversation flow can be used.

One-way conversation is activated while the Press-To-Talk bar is continuously depressed.

As long as the Press-To-Talk bar is depressed by either party, the voice of the party using this function has dominance. When the key is released, the other party has dominance.

One-way conversation is reversed when the Press-To-Talk bar is released.

Mic Off

Touch dialing of

during a conversation turns off that station's microphone.

This function is used when for one reason or another it is desirable to stop a conversation temporarily. With this function in use, the conversation is interrupted. A party on hold can use the Press-To-Talk function even during the

Mic-off. Releasing the key cause the Mic-off to be resumed.

Touch dialing

again cancels the Mic-Off function, and the conversation

can be resumed.

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When it is desirable to resume the conversation interrupted with the Mic-Off function, the function may be cancelled by the Party who operates the Mic-Off.

If both parties depress the Press-To-Talk bar, the voice of the party who depresses the bar last will have dominance.

Depress the

to return to ordinary hands-free 2-way conversation ........

Note.

One-way conversation is impossible even if the

bar is depressed unless either party or both parties involved pick up a handset.

PV Type

Call

Again

Call

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Mic Off

NP Type

Touch dialing of

during a conversation turns off that station's microphone, and a holding tone is heard at both stations involved.

This function is used when for one reason or another it is desirable to stop a conversation temporarily. With this function in use, a holding tone is transmitted to both the calling and the called station while the conversation is interrupted.

Touch dialing

again cancels the Mic-Off function, and the conversation can be resumed.

When it is desirable to resume the conversation interrupted with the Mic-Off function, the function may be cancelled by the Party who operates the Mic-Off.

Call

Holding tone

Holding tone

Again

Call

Press-To-Talk Control

Touch dialing the specific station number.

One way conversation is activated while the Press-To-Talk bar is continuously depressed, same as the Press-To-Talk (selected simplex) function, and a relay is activated with continuous make-contact.

One way conversation is reversed when the Press-To-Talk bar is released, and the relay is activated with break-contact.

Note.

1.Stations No.200 through No.207 (8 stations) are the specific stations.

2.It is possible to use a relay make output for Door Remote or for controlling Radio Transmitting/ Receiving Equipment through user provided interface.

3.The relay output of the Paging Interface Unit PI-62 is used for this purpose.

Adaption of this function permits the paging of only all-call plus 23 zones (the paging of all-call + 31 zones is impossible.)

Control

Relay of PI-62 unit

Specified station

(No.200~207)

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Single Digit Dialing

Single digit registration

Register in advance as follows:

Confirmation tone

(Station number)

Station number

 

Confirmation tone

(Personal number)

Personal number

 

Confirmation tone

(Paging call)

Paging zone

 

Confirmation tone

(All-call paging response)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Confirmation tone (Each function)

Any six digits

Confirmation tone (Each function)

Any five digits

 

Confirmation tone

(Each function)

Any four digits

 

Confirmation tone

(Each function)

Any three digits

Confirmation tone (Each function)

Any two digits

< Single digit dialing >

When required, dial

and the registered number will be called automatically.

Note: 1. To cancel the registration, dial the station number of the station at which this functions has been registered.

2.It is also possible to use this function to shorten the long dial operation.

Example

Combination paging

Single digit

Simply dialing makes the combination paging instead of dialing

3. Single digit registration is not available from any substation programmed by No.200 programming, even if its line is connected with master station.

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Master Sub Relationship

Master/Substation associations are set up by using station #200 as the programming station. Once these relationships have been established, substations can then contact their designated master stations by simply touch dialing

If TL-600S Handset substation is used, it can be connected to its designated master stations by simply picking up a handset.

With respect to this function, the stations in the system are divided into two categories; master stations and substations. Any master station can be connected to any other station in the system. However, substations can initiate calls only to specific master stations. This is done by single touch dialing, and will only connect the substation to one specific master.

Also, one master station can have 2 or more substations.

To register this function, dial

Confirmation tone

Substation No. paired off with the master

at the master station. This allows the master station to be connected to the substation when is pressed.

Note.

Once a certain station number has been designated as a substation by No.200 programming, the single digit dialing is impossible even when the master station is connected to that number.

Substation

Master Station

Handset substation

Single Digit Registration of Substation

Master Station

Substation Number

Substation

Automatic Access To Paging

This function requires "single digit dialing registration for handset station" as well as No.200 programming at time of installation.

A paging call can be placed over the specified zone by simply lifting the handset.

A paging response is possible by simply lifting the handset.

Paging call

Paging call

Paging response

Response to a paging call

Fig. 2

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Personal Number Call

A personal number may be registered at any master station which the person to whom the number is assigned expects to be. A party wishing to receive personal number calls at a specific station may register his number at that station by touch dialing

Confirmation tone

Personal Number.

Those who are frequently away from their assigned station, as well as those who share a single station may be assigned a "Personal" 4-digit number which may be programmed to any master station in the system. This personal number, which is completely independent of station numbers, may be programmed at any master station, and any previous programming of that same number at any other station is automatically cancelled. When the party calling has dialed the number to which he wishes to speak, the call is then routed to the station at which the Personal Number was last registered. The numbers which may be assigned in this group are 1000 through 1999.

Personal number program cancellation can be done at any station be merely dialing:

Confirmation tone

Personal Number

When anyone having a personal number leaves the office, he merely cancels the programming of his personal number. With the personal number cancelled, any incoming calls to that number will be answered by a dial tone, indicating that he is not available.

Note.

The maximum number of the Personal Number remains same even if the number of exchange to be connected is increased to 2 or 3.

Registration

Personal Number

Personal Number Call

Personal Number

Call

Station where the personal number is registrated.

Cancellation (At any station)

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Continuous Calling Tone

When there is an incoming call to the specified station, a calling tone is sounded continuously at the called station.

The continuous calling tone stops if the called party presses

1. Use this function when it is difficult to hear a brief single tone due to high background noise. Any station can be so made as to be called by the continuous calling tone, but No. 200 programming is required for such a station (refer to Installation Handbook for EXES-6000 CP-66).

2.If the calling party presses the key while the continuous calling tone is being sounded, the continuous

calling tone stops to allow the caller's voice call to go through. Releasing thekey restores the continuous calling tone.

3.If either party continuously presses the key during the normal two-way conversation, this makes a one-

way conversation from the party who pressed the key. Releasing the key reverses the one-way conversation flow and the other party has a dominance (Press-to-Talk).

Notes.

1. In the NP type system that has no Privacy function,

Continuous calling tone

Continuous calling call

Continuous calling tone

Call

Any key other than

the station can be called by the continuous calling tone if its Privacy switch is set to ON. This function by No. 200 programming is, therefore, used in the PV type system having the Privacy function or for the HF-670M industrial type station equipped with no Privacy switch.

2.The following stations can be called by the continuous calling tone:

(1)Stations in the "NP" type system or specified substations in the "PV" type system.

(2)Stations registered for continuous calling tone by No. 200 programming.

<Station vs. calling tone>

Type of station

(Specific station provided with Type of system "continuous calling tone" function by

station No.200 programming)

Non-programmed station (standard)

"PV" Type

Programmed station

Handset programmed station

Non -programmed station (standard)

"NP" Type

Programmed station

Responding to a call made by continuous calling tone

Type of calling tone

Privacy switch in OFF position

Privacy switch in ON position

Single "trill" calling tone

Privacy tone

(Call is put through immediately

 

after calling tone)

 

Continuous calling tone

Privacy tone

-

Continuous calling tone

Single "trill" calling tone

Continuous calling tone

(Call is put through immediately after

 

calling tone)

 

Continuous calling tone

Continuous calling tone

Depress any dial key other than

1 . Depress only dial key other than

key.

key.

 

2. Pick up a handset.

 

3. Shift Privacy switch to OFF.

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Remote Response

A call to a certain station can be remotely responded to from the other station by simply depressing while a continuous call tone is ringing or within 5 seconds after a brief call tone has stopped ringing.

Notes.

1.The Remote Response is only possible among stations programmed for this function.

2.When making the remote response from the station having its Privacy switch in ON position, shift the

switch back to OFF or lift its handset before depress- ing

Programming the remote response group

Establish the remote response group of stations and designate a specific station within the group as a temporary "Master station" and the rest as "Substations".

Set up the "Master station" by dialing.

Confirmation tone

Station No. to become "Master station".

Register the "Master station" No. at the "Substation" by dialing

Confirmationtone

Master's number

Note.

Be sure to register the station No. that becomes the "Master station" at the "Master stations".

Cancelling remote response programming

Touch dialing at each "Substation"

Confirmation tone

His own Substation number cancels the Remote response program.

Dial operation for Remote response

Calling tone

Calling

Station

No.201

No.209

No.203

Remote response group

Conversation after Remote response

Conversation

Station

No.201

No.209

No.203

Remote response group

Programming the remote response group (Example)

Station

No. 201

Station

Station

Station

No. 204

No. 203

No. 202

Remote response group

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