|Data Test/ Lockout Override
||Connect the unit to Tip and Ring and move the T/M switch to T. If high speed data is present, a warning beep sounds, the test set will lockout, will not go off-hook, and the display shows LOCKOUT. If there is no high speed data, the unit will go off-hook. If the test set is locked out and you are certain that you want to go off-hook, press the OVERRIDE key.
|Line Voltage Test
||In Monitor mode, press the Vdc/mA TEST key.
|Loop Current Test
||Switch to Talk mode and press the Vdc/mA TEST key.
|Redial the Last Number Dialed
||Switch to Talk mode and press the LNR key.
||By default the unit is configured to Tone dial. Any time the test set goes off-hook, it is automatically set to tone dialing. If you want to Pulse dial, switch to Talk mode and once off-hook, press the SHIFT (STORE PROG) key and then the PULSE key to change the dialing mode to pulse dialing. You can then enter the number to call.
|Program Speed Dial Numbers
||Switch to Monitor mode and press RCL. Enter the number to be stored. Press STORE/PROG, then press the number of the memory location (0-9) where you want to store it. The test set gives a confirmation tone and the display shows STORED. Dialing a number from Speed Dial location 9 automatically puts the test set into Visual ANAC mode and the test set is muted.
|Set Receive-Only Loud Speaker as Default(for use in noisy environments)
||Switch to Monitor mode and press STORE/PROG, then press MUTE. The confirmation tone sounds. To restore the Speakerphone as the default Speaker mode, repeat the above steps.
|Speed Dial a Stored Number
||Switch to Talk mode and press RCL. Press the key (0-9) of the memory location where the number is stored. The display shows the number being called.
||Switch to Talk mode and press SPKR. Press SPKR again to deactivate. If you are listening only, press MUTE to activate the Receive-Only Loud Speaker. Press MUTE again to restore the two-way Speakerphone.
|Turn on visual ANAC mode (For service provider use only, visual ANAC not available in all regions)
||You can get a visual ANAC DTMF response by putting the test set in visual ANAC mode. Use speed dial location 9 or switch to Talk mode, press the STORE/PROG key and then the # key. When you dial your ANAC number, the number that you are dialing from is shown on the display and the test set is muted.
|Display and Backlight
||Turn on the display by switching to Talk mode or press the VOL or Vdc/mA TEST key in Monitor mode. Turn on or off the backlight in Monitor mode by pressing STORE/PROG followed by *. The default is off, this conserves battery power.
|DTMF Digit Grabbing
||Switch to Monitor mode, press the STORE/PROG key and then the Vdc/mA TEST key. Digit grabbing is deactivated when the display times out.
||The display shows the Caller ID (CID) after the first ring while in Monitor mode. The CID messages are:
- The incoming phone number
- Blocked (if CID is blocked by the originating device)
- Line error (CID data is incomplete)
- Unknown ID (CID is not available)
- Lines carrying high speed data and voice must have a splitter (filter) to detect Caller ID.
||If normal, no icon is displayed. If reversed, the icon is shown.