Busy Lamp Indication in NEC Dterm 32D can be assigned through the feature speed calling / this service feature allows a station user to dial frequently-called numbers by pressing one touch keys. If the stored number is extension, it will show the status of the extension.
To program numbers in memory for One Touch key:
1. Press the conf key and SPEED CALLING - ONE TOUCH key; if digits have been previously stored, they will be displayed on the LCD.
2. Dial the desired number. The old digits will be erased and the new number is displayed.
3. Press conf key.
4. The LCD will display “SET”.
To dial a stored number using SPEED CALLING - ONE TOUCH:
1. Press the SPEED CALLING - ONE TOUCH key associated with the desired telephone number. The LCD displays the stored number, the speaker automatically turns on and the number is automatically dialed.
Maximum of 16 numbers can be stored per NEC phone Dterm 32D, one number per key. A stored number length can be 26 digits maximum, including pauses. The trunk access code (maximum 4 digits) must be dialed to be stored: however, the trunk access code is not counted in the 26 digits.
Storage of SPEED CALLING - ONE TOUCH numbers must be done while the Dterm is idle. As a new number is entered into memory, any previously existing memory is erased. Once the SPEED CALLING - ONE TOUCH key has been repressed, the LCD displays “SET”.
The following numbers can be stored in a One Touch key of a Dterm, Station number, trunk access code (maximum 4 digits) + outside number + * or # + DTMF signal after the called station answered (maximum 26 digits in total except Trunk access code, “* or #” is programmed as a delimiter between outside number and DTMF signal.)
1. 1202 > Dterm My line number > (00 – 15) (YY)
2. 1507 > (00 – 15) > 1: Allow,
This command allows Dterm to use this feature.
3. 08 > 035 > 1: To provide, 0: Not provided,
This command allows or prevents to dial out the numbers stored in the one touch button based on that extension toll restriction class.
4. 94 > Dterm My line number > W XX 0 ZZ,
Here you have to define the memory location and the number of memory to store the numbers in the key. We need 16 memory space, remember if you want to store different extension numbers in different Dterm phone, you need to assign different memory location.
W = 0-9: 1000-Slot Memory Block No. (Use only memory block 0 to 3 for busy lamp indication)
XX = 00-99: Memory Slot Block No. (10-Slot Memory Block)
ZZ = 01/02: Number of 10-Slot Memory Blocks (10 memories/20 memories)
“0” in the above allows storing of number from Dterm.
Example: 94 > Dterm My line number > 0 00 0 02
In the above example we have assigned 20 memory locations starting from 0 thousand slot memory.
5. 73 > Dterm My line number > W XX 0 ZZ, assign same memory location in command 73 also.
6. 740 > Memory location (0 00 0 to 0 00 19) > Extension number.
This command is to store numbers in to the memory area or you can follow the procedure to store from NEC Dterm at the start of the page. If you store through Dterm following steps are not required.
7. 9000 > My line number , Key number > F 1100 to F 1119
This command assigns the stored number in to the keys of Dterm.