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This User Manual describes all functions that can be implemented with your system telephone. Page 5 Table of Contents Trunk Flash Page 6 Table of Contents Smart Communication It is also a useful refer- ence work for all system telephone users who want more information.

Page Labeling Keys Hicom E Office and optiset E Labeling Keys Key labeling sheets containing pre-cut cards are supplied with each system telephone and key module in an accessory pack. Replace the handset on-hook. Dial a telephone number or code. Press the specified keys on the keypad. Check the display. Follow the user prompts and respond with a dialog key, if necessary. Page Optiset E Entry Faceplate Hicom E Office and optiset E Optiset E entry Faceplate On the optiset E entry system telephone, which does not have a display, you activate functions by pressing fixed function keys or by entering codes.

For details of the procedures and codes, refer to the operating instructions for this telephone. Page Optiset E Basic Faceplate Hicom E Office and optiset E Optiset E basic Faceplate On the optiset E basic system telephone , which does not have a display, you activate functions by pressing fixed function keys or by entering codes.

Allows you to connect telephone accessories: ex- ternal speaker, second handset, desk microphone. Never use a dry cloth. Use only diluted neutral cleaners containing surfactants to clean very dirty telephones. Af- terwards remove all traces of the cleaner with a damp cloth using water only. Page 21 Hicom E Office and optiset E System telephones — are not intended or approved for opera- tion in connection with main stations.

Functions that are currently active automatically appear on the display. Your call partner station no. Page 33 General Telephone Features Functions 2. Via the Pro- 3. Page 34 General Telephone Features Functions 2. Page 35 General Telephone Features Functions 2. Page 36 General Telephone Features Functions 2. If you are conducting a call using the speaker speakerphone mode , you can adjust the receiving volume for the speaker.

Call up the menu for telephone settings. The sixteen programmable keys on the key module do not have a presetting. Store functions that you frequently use on programmable keys.

The mi- crophone is switched off. Mute Press the Mute key; At the time set for the appointment, your tele- phone rings for approximately twenty seconds to remind you of your appointment.

From this point on, follow the user prompts. Acknowledging an appointment Press the Speaker key twice. Lift the handset. Continue the call. As soon as you lift the handset, the head- set and speaker if it was switched on are switched off. When you receive an internal call, your tele- phone rings once every four seconds single- tone sequence.

When you receive an external call, your tele- phone rings twice in rapid succession every four seconds dual-tone sequence. Page Receiving A Call In Speakerphone Mode Answering Calls Speakerphone mode in conference rooms An optiset E telephone with a speakerphone should be set up on the conference table so that the conference parties participating in the speakerphone call are sitting in a semi-cir- cle in front of the phone.

This enables the par- ty at the other end to hear them distinctly. Then release the Speaker key and continue your call in speakerphone mode In US. Ending the call Press the illuminated Speaker key; Let the other party know that you have turned on the speaker. The called parties are shown on the dis- play. The called parties are shown on the display. Scroll to the desired party and confirm your selec- tion to pick up the call. During the call, you are in- formed by an alerting tone that another call is wait- ing.

You can then accept the waiting call. Page 62 Answering Calls Follow the user prompts. Replace the handset after you have completed your conversation. Your telephone rings. Provided that this feature has been applied for and authorized, you can have your carrier trace and identify malicious calls from external sources. To obtain this feature you must apply to your carrier separately. When do not disturb is activated, internal callers hear a busy signal and external callers are rerouted to a telephone assigned for this purpose system sup- port.

Page Ringer Cutoff Function Answering Calls Ringer Cutoff Function You can temporarily deactivate the ring signals for incoming calls if you do not want to be disturbed by them. Calls are only identified by one ring signal, an indication on the display, and a key which has been programmed to flash such as a trunk key. If you are authorized and you activate the door re- lease feature, visitors can open the door them- selves by entering a five-digit code for example via a DTMF transmitter or an installed keypad.

From this point on, simply follow the user prompts. If you are already engaged in a call and the number of waiting calls exceeds a certain threshold value overload specified by the service technician, the LED in the key indicates overload. Dial external code and the external number. Press the Line key.

You can reserve this trunk for yourself. When the trunk is free, you receive a call and a message appears on the dis- play. You hear the CO dial tone. Speaker Press the Speaker key. Dial the external number. Whether automatic tone dialing is active or inactive on your system determines whether you first have to switch to tone dialing. You can also prevent your telephone number from being displayed. Provided this feature is configured, you can selec- tively assign a specific number DID number to your telephone before making an external call.

The account code is included in the data printout and can consist of no more than eleven characters. Page Speaker Call Announcement , Handsfree Answerback Making Calls Speaker Call Announcement , Handsfree Answerback You can issue a speaker announcement to any in- ternal user who has a system telephone, without them having to do anything.

When you receive a speaker announcement, you can use the handset or the speakerphone to reply. Page Handsfree Answerback Making Calls Handsfree Answerback You hear a beep your telephone rings briefly fol- lowed by an announcement over the telephone speaker. The name or number of the calling party appears on the display. Ac- tive calls on that trunk are disconnected. The trunk is free again and can be used for new external calls. Parked calls can be displayed on and picked up from another telephone.

You can use this feature to continue a call at another worksta- tion, for example. The telephone is idle. This enables all other parties to retrieve the call on the assigned line. Placing a call on hold Hold Press the Hold key. Enter the noted line number. If a trunk key has been set up for the trunk on hold, simply press the trunk key slowly flashing.

Toggle You can switch back and forth toggle between two calls and talk to each of the parties in turn. During the conference call you hear a reminder tone every thirty seconds; Follow the user prompts. Enter the number of the party you want to add. Leaving a conference Replace the handset. On an optiset E memory phone, use the cursor keys to mark the individual lines; Precondition: You are conducting a call. Replace the handset. Recall If a call transfer attempt is unsuccessful, after a brief interval you receive a recall from your original call partner.

You are recalled: Immediately, if you have made an operating error Forty-five seconds after transfer, if the re- quested party fails to answer.


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Siemens hicom 150 e User Manual

JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. For the best experience on our site, be sure to turn on Javascript in your browser. Depending on the system variant concerned, it is possible to implement configurations of up to twenty subscribers that will meet all the communication requirements of smaller and medium sized firms. Interactive user guidance based on displays and dialogue keys increases the speed and ease with which the optiset E digital system telephone features can be activated. Using the flexible adapter concept means that you can connect a wide variety of add-on devices directly to optiset E telephones.


Siemens Hicom 150 E User And Installation Manual





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