Northern Telecom User Manual
Norstar manuals and user guides for Norstar phone system feature programming - free information to assist you with programming Norstar feature codes. Northern Telecom reserves the right, without notice, to make changes in equipment design or program components. Norstar KSU Installation Guide.
• Business Telephone Systems / Office Phone System • PBX & Key System • Service, Sales & Repair • Local Service Territory We provide local service, installation and repair for Northern Telecom / Norstar telephone systems including the Norstar CICS (Compact ICS), Norstar MICS (Modular Integrated Communications System), Norstar 616 and 824 Business Telephone Systems. We also support DR5 and DR4 software service for the Norstar Flash, Startalk Flash, NAM (Norstar Applications Module) and Call Pilot voicemail systems, RAD (remote access device) and analog port modules and STAs. We stock spare modules, components, parts and replacement for repair or service to your existing Norstar Meridian telephone system. We have been in business servicing the local, Washington State business community for almost 15 years. We specialize in local maintenance, repair and troubleshooting of AT&T, Lucent and Avaya Telephone Systems for your office.
Call us for service today! Please Call Us Now To Service Or Repair Your AT&T Lucent Merlin BIS Telephone System. Northern Telecom first marketed and manufactured the product line under the SL-1 PBX or PABX large business telephone system. This evolved from the Meridian Norstar to the Nortel Norstar product line.
Massey Ferguson Tef 20 Service Manual there. First in size was the Meridian Norstar 616. This supported 6 incoming CO lines and 16 digital telephone extensions however, caller ID and voicemail were not supported. There is however a retrofit caller ID adapter that would all the passage of Caller ID data to the various M7310, M7324, M7100, M7208 small office telephone sets. The next version of the Norstar Telephone System was the 824.
This was an expandable office telephone system which would accommodate 8 incoming CO lines and 24 digital display speakerphone telephones installed. This as well as all the other Norstar Meridian product lines installed supported Music on Hold, External Paging and Page Horns and depending on the supported software level Flash or Startalk Voicemail as well with a standard installation. The Norstar Meridian 824 was also expandable to support Copper Expansion Modules to further grow in size supporting medium and large configurations. DR5 software with Disconnect Supervision (DS) is required to support an internal voicemail unit.
The Norstar CICS, also marketed under the name for Norstar Networks Compact ICS, ranges in size from a starting installer configuration with 4 incoming Central Office telephone lines and 8 digital display office telephones to as large as 8 incoming lines and 24 digital telephone extensions after initial installation. The size supported for the Norstar CICS is dependent upon the number of DS or CI trunk cartridges (line expansion cards) and software cartridge service or PCI card inserted into the CICS's PCI slot. Each DS or CI trunk module supports 4 incoming lines for service.
The difference between the DS and the CI trunk module is that the CI supports Caller ID installation and the DS does not. The Norstar Compact ICS supports Startalk, Flash and Call Pilot Voicemail Systems. Other installations may vary. The Norstar MICS (Modular Integrated Communications System) comes in a 0x16 configuration.
This means that out of the box is supports no incoming telephone lines but 32 digital telephone extensions. The incoming CO lines are added by adding DS or CI trunk line cards to the system. The system can then be expanded by adding copper or fiber optic expansion modules. The system grows quite large and supports Startalk, Flash, Call Pilot and NAM (Norstar Application Module) Voicemail Systems.
The telephone models supported by the Norstar product line are all backwards compatible meaning that any telephone model is supported by any telephone system version installed. For example the newest telephone model which is the T7316E or T7316 can be used on the earliest 3X8 Norstar system. In addition, the earliest telephone such as the M7324 or the M7310 can be serviced and utilized on a BCM or MICS or CICS telephone system control module or KSU.
We maintain, service and repair all makes and models of business telephone system and small office telephone system Norstar releases. Feature 0 Speed Dial Feature 1 Send Message Feature 2 Ring Again Feature 3 Call Conference Feature 4 Call Forward Feature 5 Last No. Redial Feature 60 Page- General Feature 61 Page - Sets Feature 62 Page - External Speakers Feature 63 Page All Feature 64 Line Pool Feature 65 View Message Feature 66 Voice Call Feature 67 Save No. Feature # Cancels a Feature Feature *0 Button Inquiry Feature *1 Erases Feature Feature *2 Programs Autodial Key Feature *3 Programs Feature Key Feature *4 Program Speed Dial Feature *6 Ring Type Feature *7 Contrast Display Feature *80 Ringer Volume Feature *81 Move Lines Feature *82 Dialing Mode Feature *84 Call Log Feature *85 Assign Call Log Password Feature *89 Release Voice Mail Feature 980 Leave Message Feature 981 Open Mailbox Feature 982 Norstar Voice Mail Direct Feature 983 Transfer Feature 986 Interrupt. Press [Feature] [*] .
Press the memory button that you want to program. Press [Feature] and enter the feature code on the dial pad. • You can also program frequently dialed numbers, using the following codes: • [Feature] [*]  external autodial: Store an external telephone number for one-touch dialing. (using an access code if required). • [Feature] [*]  Internal autodial: Store an internal intercom number for one-touch dialing.
• See your telephone User Card for details. You cannot program line, incoming line group, intercom, answer, or Handsfree/Mute buttons. [Feature] [*]  - • Check what is programmed on any button. Use when labeling buttons. • Press [Feature] [*] . Press any button. [Feature]  - • Send your calls to another telephone in your Norstar system.
• Press [Feature] . Follow the prompts in your display.
• Press [Feature] [#]  to cancel. [Feature]   - • Press [Feature]   to put a call on hold so that it can be picked up from any telephone in your Norstar system. • The display shows a three-digit retrieval code. • To retrieve a parked call, press [intercom] and dial a retrieval code on any telephone in your Norstar system. [Feature]   - • Answer any ringing telephone. • Press [Feature]   and dial that telephone's extension number. [Feature]   - • Answer a call that is ringing at another telephone in your pickup group.
The external call that has been ringing longest is answered first. • Contact the UW Technology Service Center if you need a call pickup group established. [Feature]  - Establish a conference call between yourself and two other parties. * Press the line or intercom button of the first caller, then press [Hold]. The second caller is automatically put on hold. To re-establish the conference, retrieve one call from hold, press [Feature] , then retrieve the second call from hold.
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