Analog adapters generate "port gain" which provides the flexibility to split the digital channel and serve two single-line devices. Up to 46 analog units can be supported by the system using this approach. Likewise, "pair gain" solves logistical challenges when you need expansion in a location that is limited by the number of cables serving it.
Voice Over Busy
- With Voice Over Busy, you can communicate with an inside party that is either on a call or using the speaker phone, without interrupting the outside party. A private voice reply can be sent via the Mute button toggle.
Interactive Soft Keys
- Soft Keys located under the super-sharp LCD enable you to instantly access the most commonly used features as they are displayed on screen. For a conference call, just push the button as it appears on the display.
STARPLUS H-T-P -
The STARPLUS H-T-P operation lets you program a flexible button for station users to selectively receive internal calls hands free (two-way), with a tone signal or in Privacy Mode (call announce only). Dual color LEDs and confirmation tones indicate your selection.
DISA - With DISA, callers can dial a station directly, eliminating the need to be transferred from an attendant. In addition, authorized system users can call in from any touch-tone telephone and
access the system's features or outgoing lines to make outgoing calls (optional).
- Analog adapter to the Additional Device Ports (ADP) on the telephones, provide flexibility and expansion when you need it. With ADP, you can connect any single-line device, such as a fax machine, cordless telephone, single line telephone, modem, voice system, answering machine or credit card verifier directly into the digital telephone
's ADP jack. Each device has a separate extension number, so you can use them simultaneously. Fax a document while talking on the phone. Verify a credit card number while the customer is still on the call.
Voice Record- Answering machine emulation