Advanced Toshiba Strata DK Features

Published on November 17, 2007 by in Toshiba

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Conference Calls – Establish the first CO Line call using a CO Line button.To Add A Second CO Line

  1. Press the CONF/TRNS button
  2. Access a second CO line and dial the next telephone number
  3. Press the CONF/TRNS button after the party answers

To Add A Second Station

  1. Press the CONF/TRNS button
  2. Dial the Strata extension number
  3. Press the CONF/TRNS button after the party answers
  4. Repeat to add another party

Storing A Speed Dial Number
System speed dial telephone numbers can be stored in the system memory by station 200 only.

  1. DO NOT lift the handset
  2. Press the # and * buttons.
  3. Dial a 2-digit speed dial code (60 – 99)
  4. Dial the telephone number to be stored (20 digits max)
  5. Press the # button to record the telephone number in memory
  6. Repeat the steps above with every telephone number to be stored
  7. Write down the speed dial codes and telephone numbers for future reference

To Call A Speed Dial Number

  1. Lift the handset
  2. Press any available CO Line button
  3. Press the * button
  4. Dial the 2-digit speed dial code for the desired telephone number
  5. Hang up when the call is completed

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Basic Toshiba Strata Features And Use

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To Make An Outgoing Call:

  1. Lift the handset
  2. Press any available CO line button (or PL button)
  3. Listen for dial tone.
  4. Dial the desired telephone number
  5. Hang up when the call is completed

To Make An Intercom Call

  1. Leave the handset on-hook
  2. Press the INT button
  3. Dial the desired station number
  4. Lift the handset to converse
  5. Hang up when the call is complete

To Transfer A Call

  1. While connected to an outside call, press the CONF/TRSF button
  2. Dial the station number to which the call is to be transferred
  3. If the station is idle: Announce the call and hang up
  4. If the called Strata phone is busy: Hang up or press the CO Line to reconnect to the outside caller

To Hold A Call

  1. While connected to a CO line or intercom call, press the HOLD button
  2. To reconnect the call, press the CO or intercom button on hold

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Toshiba Phone Systems

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Strata DK PhoneStrata DK24, DK56, and DK96 Toshiba models are very similar in design. The DK24 can be configured for up to 8 CO Lines and 32 Stations, the Strata DK56 can be configured for 20 CO lines and 56 Stations, and the Strata DK96 up to 96 stations and 35 CO lines. All 3 Toshiba Phone Systems used the same keysets: 6015 H phones, 6020-H phones, Toshiba 6010-H telephones, Toshiba 6010-S phones, 6510-S telephone, 6020-SD telephones.

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Strata DK24D, DK56 & DK96 Release 2
Each phone is equipped with a dial pad, 14 or 24 feature buttons, a speaker with volume control, a ringer volume control, and a handset. Four buttons have fixed assignments: SPKR (speaker), MIC (microphone), CONF/TRANS (transfer) and HOLD. The remaining 10 or 20 buttons are assigned flexibly as CO buttons, or as access buttons for various features.
STRATA DK LED INDICATIONS

CO Incoming Call – A slow flash rate (1/2 sec. on – 1/2 sec. off) indicates the CO/PBX line on which a call is ringing.

Conference – A very fast flash rate (10 impulses per second (IPS)) indicates the CO line presently in the conference mode. Other Toshiba Strata DK phones’ LEDs also show a steady (busy) indication for these lines.

Exclusive Hold – A very fast flash rate (10 IPS) indicates the CO line is placed on Exclusive Hold at the holding station. The LED is on steady (busy) on all other Strata DK phones.

Hold Recall – A quick flash rate matching the tones (2 IPS for 1 sec.-10 IPS for 1 sec.) reminds a station which line has been on hold for the programmed period of time.

Intercom Call – A pulsating on/off flash rate (10 IPS for 1 sec. on and 1 sec. off) appears on the INT LED at the telephone that is being called.

In-Use – A steady, double flash rate (2 sec. on-1/8 sec. off-1/8 sec. on-1/8 sec. off) indicates the CO line presently in use at the station that originated the call. Other Strata stations’ LEDs are on steady for that time.

On Hold – A fast (4 IPS) flash rate (1/8 sec. on-1/8 sec. off) indicates the CO line placed on hold at the station. The LEDs of the CO line on hold flash at a medium rate at the other Toshiba phones.

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