Thursday, July 22, 2010

8610 / 8620 ISDN Telephone:

From the ergonomically designed handset to simplified labeling, these models show a thoughtful evolution from Tone Commander's industry-standard 6200 Series phones. Automatic setup capability and simple programming makes the phone quick to install and easy to use. Reliable and never obsolete, new feature enhancements and upgrades can be added by a simple process.

Optional Terminal Adapters can be used simultaneously with the 8030X Button Expansion Module.

The 8610 model is equipped with 10 keys (expandable to 40 keys), and the 8620 model has 20 keys (expandable to 50 keys).

Available with a "U" interface (built-in NT1), or an "S/T" interface (requires an external NT1 - see our NT1 page).

"S/T" models are powered by PS1 (phantom) or PS2 (pins 7 and 8) power over the ISDN line cord. Power is typically supplied by the NT1.

"U" models can be locally powered by the -PWR1 (recommended), -PWR2, or -PWR3 Power supplies options, or remotely powered by a PS-50 using PS2 power over the ISDN line cord. Power supplies are available separately.

Key Features:

  • Available with 10 or 20 Multifunction Keys, expandable to 40 or 50 with the 8030X Button Expansion Module  
  • Plug & Play: Auto Switch Detection, Auto SPID, Parameter Downloading, and Automatic Feature Key Remapping  
  • Works with all versions of National ISDN and Lucent 5ESS Custom ISDN without firmware or hardware modifications 
  • Compatible with Lucent 5ESS, Avaya S8700, Nortel DMS-100, Siemens EWSD, and Lucent/AG Communication Systems GTD-5 switches; Avaya Definity, Nortel Meridian 1 Option Series, Nortel SL-100, Redcom IGX, and Redcom Slice PBXs  
  • LCD Display: 2 rows, 24 characters wide  
  • Speakerphone for hands-free communications  
  • Hands-free Voice Announcing of screened calls or station-level paging when on-hook  
  • Speed Dialing keys  
  • 36 name/number Speed Dial Directory  
  • Last Number Redial 
  • Caller ID and call duration display  
  • Call Logging, with caller ID, called line ID, time, date, and duration; calls are sorted by type - unanswered, answered, and outgoing, with autodialing for easy callbacks  
  • Password Protection option on Call Log viewing and installation setup  
  • Call Identification, identifies additional incoming calls  
  • Dedicated Function Keys: Conference, Transfer, Drop, Hold, Speakerphone, Mute, Volume  
  • Navigation keys for easy movement through menus, directory, and call log  
  • Soft Keys: Call menus, Setup menus, Line Key Feature Programming, Key Inspection & more  
  • Direct Station Selection with Busy Line Status indicators  
  • DTMF support for non-ISDN applications  
  • Flexible Ringing options, select one of eight distinct ringing tones  
  • Message Waiting LED Indication  
  • Volume Control for voice transmit/receive and ringing  
  • Date and Time Display  
  • Hearing Aid Compatible, meets FCC Part 68 Volume Control Requirements  
  • User can upgrade via portable hand-held downloader  
  • Local Inspect of call appearances, network feature keys, and directory numbers  
  • Built-in Q.931 network protocol logging and analysis  
  • Support for TAPI-compliant Windows applications with optional 8001TA, 8003TA, or 805TA Terminal Adapter  
  • Analog telephone port provided by optional 8002TA, 8003TA, or 8005TA Terminal Adapter  
  • Desktop (high and low positions) or Wall Mounting  
  • "S/T" or "U" Interface versions available  
  • Headset operation supported  
  • Windows-based User Setup Program for key and directory configuration and labeling (requires optional 8001TA, 8003TA, or 8005TA)  
  • PhoneLink™ free call management add-in for Microsoft® Outlook  
  • Section 508 compliant  
  • ANSI T1.601-1992 and T1.605-1991  
  • FCC Part 15, FCC Part 68, UL, cUL Listed  
  • 2.5 lbs., 8.25" W x 8.5" D x 4.75" H, including handset  
  • Made in USA 
The 8610 and 8620 models have received DoD Unified Capabilities Approved Products List (UC APL) approval effective 24 June 2010. This solution achieved Information Assurance (IA) Accreditation from the Defense IA/Security Accreditation Working Group (DSAWG) on 14 Jun 2010. This solution achieved Interoperability Certification (IOC) on 10 Jun 2010 from the Joint Staff (JS).


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