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EXES-6OOO CP-63

INTERCOM SYSTEM

CP-63

Functions and

Operating Instructions

TOA ELECTRIC CO,LTD.

KOBE, JAPAN

133-06-062-9

Contents

 

1. Introduction to the "Functions and Operating

 

 

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

2

2.

Tie-line connections of exchanges . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3

3.

Part names and functions of the station keyboard . . . .

5

4.

Functions: EXES-6000 CP-63 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

 

 

 

6

5.

Function description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

 

 

 

8

6.

Restrictions resulting from tie-line connection . . . . . .

 

 

 

10

7.

EXES-6000 CP-63 Summary of dial operations . . . . .

11

8.

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

 

 

 

13

9.

Speech functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

 

 

 

14

10.

Station operation

 

 

1) Handset master station (TL-600M) . . . . . . . . . . . .

 

 

 

15

 

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

 

 

 

15

 

3) Hands-free master station

 

 

(HF-620M/630M/631M/650M) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

 

 

 

16

 

4) Hands-free substation

 

 

(HF-620S/630S/631S/640S) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

18

 

5) Hands-free/handset master station

 

 

(HF-600M/610M/660M) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

20

 

6) Hands-free/handset substation (HF-600S/610S) . . .

22

 

7) Hands-free/handset master station with auto-dialer

 

 

(HF-660M) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

24

11. Description of each function

 

1) Automatic Line Release . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

25

2) Camp-On-Busy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

25

3) Privacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

25

4) Camp-On-Privacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

26

5) Press-To-Talk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

26

6) Talk Back . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

27

7) Single Digit Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

28

8) Master/Sub Relationship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

29

9) Automatic Access To Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

29

10) Personal Number Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

30

11) Continuous Calling Tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

31

12) Remote Response . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

32

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

33

14) Group Hunting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

34

15) Secretary Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

35

16) Executive Priority (Highest Priority) . . . . . . . . . .

38

17) Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

39

18) Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

40

19) How to Select the Paging Area and Make

 

the Paging Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

41

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

42

21) Selectable First Station Number of

 

Each Exchange . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

43

22) Programmable Station Numbering . . . . . . . . . . . .

44

23) Group Blocking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

45

24) Programmable Restricted Access for Stations . . . . .

4 7

25) Selectable Calling Tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

48

26) Selectable Paging Pre-Announcement Tone

 

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

48

27) Time-Out of Conversation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

48

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

48

29) In/Out Annunciation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

49

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

50

31) Pocket Pager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

52

32) General Purpose Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

53

33) Simplified Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

55

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

55

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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 using central processing unit CP-63 (for tie-line system) and exchanges EX-610/620.

Designed for connection of up to 3 exchanges, the EXES- 6000 system permits you to talk with the person in the remote area, and also to increase the number of stations which one (1) exchange cannot cover.

This handbook deals with

1. Explanation of the tie-line system and restrictions of each function (See items 2, 4 through 6 and 11)

2.Basic use of each station (See items 3 and 8 through 10).

3.Functions and dial operations (See items 4 through 7 and 11)

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

You need not read all the instructions given in this hand- book 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 impossible 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

PV Type System having

Privacy function

NP Type

System having

 

no Privacy func-

 

tion

Description

1.Privacy tone

With the Privacy switch in the ON position, a brief

Privacy tone sounds and any incoming call is refused.

2.The Handset Master/Substation may not be used in this system. If used, it is not called by a continuous calling tone but by a brief Privacy tone.

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

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

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.

Note.

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 for the industrial type of station (Model HF-650M) or in the "PV" type system that needs to be continuously called.

— 2 —

Tie-line Connections of Exchanges

1. Purpose of tie-line connection

When the EXES-6000 system uses the Central Processing

Unit Model CP-63, not only the use of a single exchange

(up to 120 stations) but also the tie-line connections of

2 exchanges (up to 240 stations and without paging functions) or 3 exchanges (up to 360 stations and without paging functions) are possible.

This tie-line function may be used when

1) You wish to connect 2 or 3 exchanges in the remote areas (maximum distance connected between exchanges using the cable of 0.65mm diameter is approximately 2 km.)

2)One exchange is not sufficient enough to cover the desired number of stations and a separate exchange is required for increase in the number of stations.

Station

(No. 200 ~ 327)

Station

(No. 470 ~ 597)

Station

Station

(No. 200 ~ 327)

(No. 470 ~ 597)

2. Number of stations, paging zones and links

 

Maximum number

Maximum

Number

 

 

 

Maximum number of stations

 

of links within

Maximum number

 

number of

 

 

 

 

Composition of exchange(s)

own exchange

of

of

 

 

 

With Paging

links between

 

Without Paging

 

 

 

exchange

paging zones

 

(All call

+7 zones)

 

 

 

tie-lined

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

exchanges

 

 

 

 

EX-610 EX-620

 

 

(1) Without tie-lines

12

16

 

1

All call

 

56

120

48

112

 

 

 

 

 

+ 7 zones

 

 

 

 

 

(2) 2 exchanges

12

16

8

1

All call

 

56

120

48

112

 

 

 

 

 

+ 7 zones

 

 

 

 

 

 

*1

*1

 

2

All

call

 

112

240

96

224

 

 

 

+14 zones

*2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(3) 3 exchanges

12

16

4 between

1

All

call

 

56

120

48

112

 

 

 

each tielined

 

+7 zones

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

link

3

All

call

 

 

 

144

336

 

 

 

 

 

168

360

 

*1

*1

 

 

+21

zones

*2

 

 

 

 

*1 The links within own exchange as well as the tie-line links are used in each tie-line communication. *2 All call paging is provided to all the paging zones of all the exchanges connected by tie-line.

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3.Numbering schedule for stations and paging zones

(1)With Personal number (Standard)

Type of exchange

Single Exchange (EX-1)

Exchange "A" (EX-2A/3A)

Exchange "B" (EX-2B/3B)

Exchange "C" (EX-3C)

 

 

Numbering for stations

Numbering for paging zones

Model

Without Paging

With Paging

Paging zone per exchange

 

 

 

 

(7 zones per exchange)

All call

Zone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EX-610

200~247,

256~263

200~247

 

01~07

EX-620

200~311, 320~327

200~311

 

 

 

EX-610

470~517,

526~533

470~517

00

08~14

 

 

 

 

EX-620

470~581,

590~597

470~581

(16~22)*

 

EX-610

740~787,

796~803

740~787

 

15~21

 

 

 

 

 

EX-620

740~851,

860~867

740~851

 

(31~37)*

(2) Without Personal number

 

 

 

Numbering for stations

Type of exchange

Model

Without Paging

With Paging

 

 

 

 

(7

zones per exchange)

 

 

 

 

Single Exchange (EX-1)

EX-610

100~147,

156~163

 

100~147

 

 

 

 

 

Exchange "A" (EX-2A/3A)

EX-620

100~211,

220~227

 

100~211

Exchange "B" (EX-2B/3B)

EX-610

400~447 ,

456~463

 

400~447

EX-62 0

400~511 ,

520~527

 

400~511

 

 

Exchange "C" (EX-3C)

EX-610

700~747 ,

756~763

 

700~747

 

 

 

 

700~811

 

EX-620

700~811,

820~827

 

Note Zone No.16 through 22 and No.31 through 37 are employed for

*Paging Numbering Schedule of 45 zones with 3 exchanges established in the system using the exchanges EX-610 and/or EX-620 and EX-630 (256 stations) connected by tie-line.

Numbering for paging zones

Paging zone per exchange

All call

Zone

01~07

08~1 4

00

(16~22) *

15~21

(31~37) *

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Part names and functions of the station keyboard

Volume switch

Adjusts the volume of the station speaker.

Pocket Pager response

Conference

Pocket Pager call

Personal

number cancellation Call Back Conference call clearance

Clear entry during call

Single digit dialing

All-call paging response

In-use Lamp

Lights up when the station is on line with another station.

Privacy switch

General purpose control

Registration

Paging call

Zone Paging Response

Executive priority

(Highest priority)

End of conversation

Press-to-tal k

Remote response

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Functions: EXES-6000 CP-63

No. Classification

1

2

3

4Single Digit

5

6Continuous Calling Tone

7

8

PTT

9

10

11

12

Transfer

13

14

15Priority

16Conference

17Paging and

18Response

19

Selection of

Dial Operation

20

21

22

23

24

Restricted

24 Access

25

Selection

26

27

28

29

Interface

30

 

 

Function

Standard

 

 

Function

 

 

 

Automatic Line Release

0

Camp-On-Busy

 

0

Single Digit Dialing

O

Automatic Access to Paging

 

Master/Sub Relationship

 

Privacy • Camp-On-Privacy/Continuous Calling Tone

*1

at Privacy Mode

 

Continuous Calling Tone • One-touch Response

*2

Press-To-Talk

 

0

Talk-Back

 

 

Personal Number Call

 

Remote Response

0

Call Transfer • Paging during Normal calls

 

Group Hunting

 

Secretary Transfer

 

Executive Priority (Highest Priority)

 

Conference

 

 

Station Paging (All-Call + 7 zones/Exchange)

*4

PA Paging (All-Call + 7 zones/Exchange)

*4

Selectable Numbering Schedules of Tie-line System

 

No. 100-400-700/No. 200-470-740

 

Selectable First Station Number of Each Exchange

 

No. 100/200/300/400/500/600/700/800/900

 

Selectable Dial Operation for Paging Response

 

Programmable Station Numbering

 

Group Blocking (Restricted Dialing)

 

Restricted Access to All-Call Paging

 

Restricted Access to Conference

 

Restricted

 

One-shot make output

 

 

 

 

————————————————————————————

Access to

 

Make/break output

 

General Pur-

 

8 selectable make output/Decimal output

pose Control

 

——————————————————————————

 

 

4 decimal digits output

 

Calling Tone • Paging Pre-Announcement Tone Duration *8

Time out of Conversation and Paging Call

IN/OUT Annunciation

Calling Party lndication(Lamptype)(with/without memory)

Pager (Make output type)

One-shot make output

General PurMake/break output

pose Control 8 selectable make output/Decimal output 4 decimal digits output

Selectable Function

By DIP

By

Optional

Own

Outside

No. 200

Switch

Program-

Function Exchange Exchange

 

ming

 

 

 

 

 

 

O

O

 

 

 

0

O

 

 

 

0

O

 

O

 

O

O

 

O

 

O

X

0

 

 

0

O

O

O

 

0

O

 

 

 

0

O

 

 

O

O

O

0

 

 

0

O

 

 

 

0

X

O

 

(O)*3

O

X

O

 

 

0

X

O

 

O

X

 

 

0

 

 

0

O

O

 

O

O

0

O

(O)*5

O

0

0

O

(O)*5

O

O

0

O

 

 

O

0

 

O

 

0

O

0

 

 

0

0*6

O

 

 

O

0*7

0

 

 

0

O

 

 

 

0

O

 

 

 

0

O

 

 

 

0

X

0

O

 

0

X

 

 

 

O

X

 

O

 

O

X

 

O

 

O

0

 

O

 

O

O

0

 

O

O

O

0*9

O

O

X

 

O

 

O

O

0*10

 

 

O

0

X

— 6 —

Functions: EXES-6000 CP-63

Notes.

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

2.Not all circles (O) 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: Additional equipment is required for paging.

*4: Each zone of paging provides Station paging and/or PA paging. (Within 7 zones per exchange)

*5: It is necessary to respond only by touching (without zone No.)

*6: It is possible to make a paging and its response across the other exchange. However, a response to the zone paging is possible only from a station connected to the exchange having the paged zone.

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

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

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

*9: 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.

*10: A call can only be made from the stations No. 200 ~ 327 connected to the "A" type exchange. It is possible to respond from any station.

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Function description

Besides fixed standard functions, there are selectable standard functions and optional functions.

Selectable standard functions can be selected by changing over The CP Unit switches and by establishing station No. 200 programming. Optional functions can be made available by using external equipment or additional units.

1. Standard Functions

1-1. Available across the other exchange

1) Automatic Line Release

The calling Station is released from the speech path if dialing is not completed within 5 seconds. The calling station is also released from the speech path if no response is given within 10 seconds, when calling a station in the privacy mode.

2)Camp-on-Busy

When the called party is busy, the caller can camp-on the line. After the conversation is finished, he is automatically put through.

3)Press-to-Talk

One-way conversation is possible by pressing the Press-to-Talk bar when the ambient noise is high at one party's station.

4)Single Digit Dialing

Single digit calling of numbers up to 4 digits in length can be made by one-touch operation.

1-2. Available only within the same exchange

5)Remote response

The station called by continuous calling tone can be remotely answered by other stations.

2.Selectable Functions

2-1. Available across the other exchange

6)Privacy

When calls are unwanted, turn Privacy switch on and a brief privacy tone sounds when the station is called.

7)Camp-on-Privacy

When called in the privacy mode from another station, calls can be connected immediately after releasing the Privacy switch.

8)Handset Response in Continuously Called Stations

Full duplex handset conversation is available by lifting the handset when the continuous calling tone is heard.

9)One-touch Response in Continuously Called Stations

Hands-free conversation is available by just touching

any key except when the continuous calling tone is heard.

10)Personal Number Call

Calls can be connected by using Personal Numbers, other than normal station numbers when Personal Numbers are registered into any designated station.

11)Executive Priority (Highest Priority)

The preprogrammed caller can interrupt forcibly the called party in busy mode. In this event, original conversation is cancelled.

12)Selection of Dial Operation

(1)Numbering Schedules of Tie-line System

The exchanges A, B and C permit the following standard station Numbering Schedules: (Hardwired station number)

Type of Exchange

A

B

C

With Personal Number

200~

470~

740~

(Standard)

 

 

 

Without Personal Number

100~

400~

700~

(2)Selectable First Station Number of Each Exchange

The first station number of each exchange can be selected from any of the following numbers (Hardwired station number): 100/200/300/400/500/600/ 700/800/900.

The system with Personal Numbers can't use No.

100.

(3) Paging Response

Paging response may be made either by pressing the "Zone No.", or [Simply pressing ].

13)Programmable Station Numbering

The system has programmable station numbers up to No. 999 other than the normal hardwired station numbers.

14)Group Blocking (Restricted Dialing)

Stations can be blocked into groups which cannot call or page each other unless further programming is done.

15)Restricted Access

Stations with access to All-call Paging, Conference and General Purpose Control can be limited.

16)Selectable Calling Tone

(Calling Tone/Paging Pre-Announcement Tone)

The time duration of the Calling Tone can be set for "long" (Trill note tone) or "short" (Single note tone) or none. Similarly, Paging Pre-Announcement Tone may be set for "long" (2 sec.) or "short" (1 sec.) or none.

17)Time-out of Conversation and Paging Call

A Calling Time Limitation can be set, in case paging and normal calls are to be kept short or where cancelling calls might be forgotten.

18)Automatic Access to Paging

Specific Substations may initiate a Paging Call or Paging Response or Personal Number Call, etc. by simply picking up a handset.

2-2. Available only within the same exchange

19)Master/Sub Relationship

Substations can call Master stations by one-touch operation. In the event of Handset Substation, a call can be made from Substation to its designated master station by simply picking up a handset.

20)Call Transfer

The called party can transfer the call to other selected station. Call Hold and Call Back are also possible.

21)Paging during Normal Calls

Calls can be transferred to a third party after paging while speaking.

— 8 —

22)Group Hunting

When the first called party in a group is busy, the call is automatically transferred to the next stations.

23)Secretary Transfer

Calls to an "Executive" may be automatically transferred to a "Secretary".

3. Optional Functions

3-1. Available across the other exchange

24)Station Paging and Response (PI-62 Unit is required)

Paging is available through the built-in station speakers. Paging calls can be responded to by the nearest master station.

25)PA Paging and Response

(PI-62 Unit and PA System are required) Paging through PA System and response.

26)Conference (CL-62 Unit is required)

Conference calls can be made including up to 4 persons.

27)Talk-Back

(Talk-Back Unit and PA system are required) Press-to-talk conversation is done by employing external PA speakers.

28)Simplified Paging

Simplified PA paging is possible if an external speaker is connected instead of a station.

29)In/Out Annunciation

(Interface for the Indicator Board needs to be made by using Data Transmitter DT-E11 and Receiver DRB61)

In or Out status is annunciated by registration/ cancellation of Personal Numbers.

3-2. Available only within the same exchange

30) General Purpose Control

(Make the Indicator Board and General Purpose Control Interface by using Data Transmitter DT-E11 and Receiver DR-B61)

Various types of Relay Output modes for control are available. Use as Remote Control for such applications as In/Out Annunciation, Destination Annunciation Indication, VTR and ITV.

31)Calling Party Indication [Lamp Type]

(Interface for the Indicator Board is made by using

Data Transmitter DT-E11 and Receiver DR-B61) The lamp of the calling party comes on when a call is made. The calling party is kept in display while

the called party is in the privacy or busy mode. It is also possible to continue the lamp indication for the later reference for the calling party.

32) Pager Calling and Response

(Make Interface for this purpose by using Data

Transmitter DT-E11 and Receiver DR-B61) Pagers with relay input interface can be connected.

A call can only be made from the stations No. 200~

327 connected to the "A" type exchange. It is possible to respond from any station.

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Restrictions Resulting from Tie-line Connection

1.Number of stations

The total number of stations that can be connected to each exchange using the CP-63 is smaller than that of the system employing the CP-62 by 8.

2.Paging

1)Paging is possible up to a maximum number of 7 zones per exchange.

2)It is possible to make paging to all zones (14 zones for 2 exchanges and 21 zones for 3 exchanges) by means of All-call paging.

3} All-call paging and zone paging are possible from any master station.

4)It is possible to respond to All-call paging from any master station.

5)A response to the zone paging is possible only from a

station connected to the exchange that includes the

paged

zone

(Exchange "A":

Zone

No. 1 ~ 7, "B":

No. 8

~ 14,

"C": No. 15 ~

21). It

is not impossible

to respond from the station connected to the other

exchange.

 

 

When the

Automatic Response

) is employed,

the

response to the zone paging is made only from

the

station

(consecutive station

numbers) linked to

the paged zone.

6) It is impossible to allocate the same paging zone to 2 exchanges.

3.Programmable Station Numbering

It is possible to change a station number series of each

exchange freely within the range of "Selectable numbering schedule of each exchange".

4.Group Blocking

1)The system can be grouped or divided into a maximum of 6 groups of stations by each exchange.

2)The group can call and/or be called by any other group(s) within the same exchange area by programming.

3) Only one pair of groups can call each other across the tie-lined exchange.

4)The group of stations which can make All-call paging and zone paging (No. 1~21) can be set up.

5)To make a paging response possible, the calling and the called groups must be set up. The paging response can be made from the called group to the calling group (the opposite direction of call restrictions).

5.When connected by tie-line, the following functions are available within the same exchange but unavailable across the other exchange:

1)Remote Response

Select the Remote response group within the stations

connected to the same exchange. 2) Master-Sub Relationship

Set up Master/Substation associations within the same exchange area.

3)Transfer

An original call can be transferred only to the third party who shares the same exchange with the party who transfers the call.

4)Paging during Normal Calls

Paging during a normal call is only possible within the paging zones allocated to the exchange to which a station making the paging is connected.

5)Group Hunting

Select the station to which the call is to be transferred within the same exchange group.

6)Secretary Transfer

Set up a Secretary/Executive association within a

group of stations connected to the same exchange.

7)General Purpose Control (One-shot Make Output, Make/Break Output, 8 Selectable Make Output, Decimal Output, 4 Decimal Digits Output)

Only the Data Transmitting and Receiving Units connected to the same exchange can be operated.

8)Calling Party Indication (Lamp type)

The lamp at the station which receives the call turns on only when the call is made from the station within the same exchange area (Max. of 120 stations). The lamp does not light if the call is made from the stations connected to the other exchange(s).

9)Pager Call

A call can only be made from the stations No. 200 ~ 327 connected to the "A" type exchange. It is possible to respond from any station.

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EXES-6000, CP-63 Summary of Dial Operations

Tie-line system of 2 or 3 exchanges

Station numbering: 1. No. 200 ~ 327, No. 470 ~ 597, No. 740 ~ 867 (standard)

2.No. 100 ~ 227, No. 400 ~ 527, No. 700 ~ 827 (without personal number)

3.No. 200 (100) ~ 999 (programmable station numbering)

Classification

Function

Dial operation

Number

Press-to-talk

Remote response

Remote response registration

X X X : Station No.

Continuous calling tone response

Privacy

Secretary transfer

Single digit registration

Call

Single digit dialing

 

 

 

 

Personal number registration

 

 

In/Out annunciation-lamp ON

 

 

Personal number cancellation

1 X XX : 1000 ~ 1499

 

In/Out annunciation-lamp OFF

 

 

 

Personal number call

 

 

Conference

X X X : Station No., Personal No.,

 

Single digit number

 

 

 

Conference clear

 

 

Executive priority

X X X : Station No., Personal No.,

 

(Highest priority)

Single digit number

 

Call transfer

 

Description

Conversation is simplex when PTT bar is used.

When a station is called by continuous calling tone, near station in the groups can respond the call instead of the called station.

Group registration of stations can be made from each station.

Called party touches one of these keys then conversation may begin.

When a party does not wish to accept incomming calls, set the Privacy Switch in the ON position.

This function allows for automatic transfer of calls to a secretary when desired.

This function allows for single digit registration of up to 4 digits among the numbers 0 through 9 and the key.

Registered dial code may be automatically dialed.

Personal number may be registered at any master station which the person to whom the number is assigned expects to be.

When anyone having a personal number leaves the office he merely cancels the programming of his personal number.

A personal number dialing enables the station call for a person having the personal number.

A conference call may be made with up to 4 persons. Participants must be called individually.

If a person called into a conference is absent, the conference may be returned to the original condition.

When the called party is busy, this function allows interruption of the existing conversation and immediate direct contact with the called party.

The called party can transfer the call to a selected other station (by station number, personal number or single digit number).

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Classification

Paging

Display and Control

Data Transmitting and

Receiving

Unit

Function

Dial operation

 

 

Number

 

<Tie-line system of 2 exchanges>

X

X

: 00

(All-call), 01~14

(Zone)

All-call plus 14-zone paging

 

 

 

 

 

<Tie-line system of 3 exchanges>

X

X

: 00

(All-call), 01 ~ 21

(Zone)

All-call plus 21-zone paging

 

 

 

 

 

All-call response

Zone paging response

Paging during normal call

One-shot make output

Make/break output

8-selectable make output

Decimal output

4 decimal digits output

Make output for Pager control

Pocket Pager response

XX : 01 ~ 21

XX : 01 ~ 07 (Exchange A)

08 ~ 14 (Exchange B)

15 ~ 21 (Exchange C)

XX : 00 ~ 49

XX : 00 ~ 99

X : 1 ~ 9 Y: 1 ~ 8,0 (Clear)

X : 1 ~ 9 Y :0 ~ 9

X : 1 ~ 9

Y Y Y Y : 0000 - 9999

X X : 00 ~ 63

Calling party selection

X X X : Station No.

Clearing calling party indication

Description

Any station can be used to initiate PA or station paging. A person paged can respond from the nearest master station.

Response to all-call

Response to zone paging

This function allows a called party to transfer the call to a third party who responds to paging.

One-shot make output of relay may control other equipments such as I TV camera, VTR control, dictating systems, etc.

Make/break output of relay may control other equipments.

8 selectable output is available (indicating room status and destination).

A decimal output is available

(indicating room status and destination).

4 decimal digits output is indicated.

Control the pocket paper by make output of relays.

When the indication panel shows several incoming calls at the same time, the called party may select any of them for response.

This is used to cancel the calling party indica- tion without conversation.

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Stations

1.

TL-600M . . . . .

Desk/wall-Mounted Handset Master

 

 

Station

2. TL-600S . . . . . .

Desk/Wall-Mounted Handset Sub-

 

 

Station

3.

HF-660M . . . . .

Desk/Wall-Mounted Hands-free /

 

 

Handset Master Station with Auto-

 

 

Dialer (8 keys — 16 registrations)

4.

HF-600M . . . . .

Desk Hands-free / Handset Master

 

 

Station

5.

HF-600S . . . . .

Desk Hands-free / Handset Substa-

 

 

tion

6.

HF-610M . . . . .

Flush-Mounted Hands-free / Handset

 

 

Master Station

7.

HF-610S . . . . . .

Flush-Mounted Hands-free / Handset

 

 

Substation

8.

HF-620M . . . . .

Desk/Wall-Mounted

Hands-free

 

 

Master Station

 

 

9. HF-620S . . . . . . Desk/Wall-Mounted

Hands-free Sub-

 

 

station

 

 

10.

HF-630M . . . . .

Flush-Mounted Hands-free

Master

 

 

Station

 

 

11. HF-630S . . . . . .

Flush-Mounted Hands-free

Sub-

 

 

station

 

 

12.

HF-631M . . . . .

Flush-Mounted Hands-free

Master

 

 

Station (Stainless steel panel)

 

13. HF-631S . . . . . . Flush-Mounted Hands-free

Sub-

 

 

station (Stainless steel panel)

 

14.HF-640S . . . . . . Door Station (Hands-free)

15.HF-650M . . . . . Surface-Mounted Industrial Master

Station (Hands-free)

TL-600M/S

TL-600S

TL-600M

HF-610M

HF-600M

HF-640S

HF-650M

HF-630M

HF-630S

 

HF-631 M

HF-631S

HF-600S

HF-620S

HF-660M

HF-620M

HF-610S

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Speech functions

Either "PV" Type (the system with Privacy function) or "NP" Type (Without Privacy function) mode should be selected in the total 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

Handset is picked up

Calling by picking up Handset

Voice Voice Calling

Hands-free Calling

and Conversation

Continuous Calling

Tone Response by

One-Touch Dialing (No. 200 programming)

*1

Privacy

Receiv-

ing

Continuous Calling

Tone-Picking up

Response (in Privacy

Mode)

Continuous Calling

Tone-One-Touch

Response (in Privacy

Mode)

Voice Switch

Conversation

 

Simplex Conversa-

Speech

tion by Press-to-

Talk key

Methods

Full Duplex

Conversation

System

 

types

Descriptions

PV NP

 

0 O Calls are made by touching dial.

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

00 Substations can make a call to designated Master Stations by one-touch dialing. Calling is possible even if the Privacy SW is on.

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

X0 Substations can make a call to designated Master Stations just by picking up the handset.

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

OO With touch-dial, after a brief calling tone Hands-free conversation is available.

OO With touch-dial , a continuous calling tone is sent.

Hands-free Conversation is available when called party

depresses, the key

0X 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

key)

or picking up a handset, conversation becomes available.

X0 When called by Continuous Calling Tone, conversation is possible by picking up handset.

X0 Calls can be made just by touching the

or key.

Without picking up handset when called by

Continuous Calling Tone.

OO Voice switch conversation is available automatically, when two parties speak in hands-free mode.

00 One-way conversation is available by a party who presses

OO Full duplex conversation is available when one or two parties are speaking using a handset.

Stations

Without

With

Privacy SW

Privacy SW

HF-650M

HF-660M

 

HF-600M,

 

610M

 

HF-620M,

 

630M

 

HF-631M

HF-640S

HF-600S

 

HF-610S,

 

620S

 

HF-630S,

 

631 S

TL-600M

HF-660M

 

HF-600M

 

HF-610M

TL-600S

H F-600S

 

HF-610S

All stations except

HF-640S

 

HF-640S

H F-660M

HF-650M

HF-600M/S

 

HF-610M/S

 

620M/S

 

H F-630M/S

 

631 M/S

HF-640S

H F-660M

HF-650M

HF-600M/S

 

HF-610M/S

620M/S

630M/S 631M/S

HF-660M

HF-600M/S

HF-610M/S

HF-620M/S

HF-630M/S

HF-631M/S

TL-600M/S HF-660M HF-600M/S HF-610M/S

HF-660M

HF-600M/S HF-610M/S

HF-640S

HF-660M

HF-650M

HF-600M/S

 

610M/S

 

HF-620M/S

 

HF-630M/S

 

631M/S

H F-640S

HF-660M

HF-650M

HF-600M/S

 

HF-610M/S

 

HF-620M/S

 

HF-630M/S

 

631 M/S

TL-600M/S

HF-660M

HF-640S

HF-600M/S

HF-650M

610M/S

 

HF-620M/S

 

630M/S

 

HF-631M/S

Privacy

SW

ON/OFF

ON/OFF

ON

ON

ON/OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON/OFF

ON/OFF

ON/OFF

*1 This function may be employed for the industrial type of station (Model HF-650M) or in the "PV" type system that needs to be continuously called.

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Station operation

1. Handset Master Station

Model TL-600M

Handset

In-use lamp

< Making a call >

1. Pick up the handset and touch dial the station number of the party you wish to talk to 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

In-use lamp

NP Type

Speaker volume switch

Dial keys

key

5.Hang up the handset or depress the [c] 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

key

<Making a call >

1.Picking up the handset makes a call to the designated other 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.White 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.

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-620M/630M/631M/650M

PV Type

 

Speaker

Speaker volume switch

In-use lamp

Privacy switch

Dial keys

Microphone

key

HF-620M

HF-630M

 

HF-631M

HF-650M

 

 

 

<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 or the Privacy 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 >

[In the case that the Privacy switch is in the OFF position.]

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

[In the case that the Privacy switch is in the ON position.]

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-650M needs to be connected to a separate speaker. Also, the HF-650M is fitted with no Privacy switch.

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3. Hands-free Master Station

Model HF-620M/630M/631M/650M

NP Type

 

Speaker

 

Speaker volume switch

In-use lamp

 

 

 

 

Privacy switch

 

 

Dial keys

 

Microphone

key

 

 

 

HF-620M

HF-630M

HF-650M

HF-631M

 

 

<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.

< Responding to a call >

[In the case that the Privacy switch is in the OFF position.]

7. Respond to the call 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.

[In the case that the Privacy switch is in the ON position.]

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 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.With no speaker built inside, the HF-650M needs to be connected to a separate speaker. Also, the HF-650M is fitted with no Privacy switch.

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