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Avaya 9621G IP Telephone

Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

The Avaya 9621G IP Telephone is perfect for conference calls as it has crystal clear sound for the speaker. The phone has a decent sized Avaya Flare™ Experience illustrative touch screen that provides all the essentials needed for this Avaya 9621G IP Telephone. The screen provides the date, time, phone call history, contacts, redial, screen clear, and a one touch emergency button.

This phone can be installed anywhere that has a phone system including offices and homes. (more…)

CS520 Headset

Tuesday, May 15th, 2012

The CS361N headset has been replaced with the new and improved CS520 wireless headset. This is an over-the-head binaural Plantronics headset that is designed for mobility and efficiency. It covers both ears in comfort with dual cushiony softness. The headset eliminates background noise at between 60 to 70%, allowing greater clarity for the user. (more…)

Monday, April 16th, 2012

Pantronics CS70N vs. CS540 Headset

Both headsets weigh about the same, and it is highly recommended to charge both fully, for 24 hours before the initial use. The CS70NCS540 have excellent adjustable sound volume on the earpiece, as well as the base.

Each earpiece has a one touch button on the side, which remotely uses the lifter to pick up the receiver, giving the user hands free capability. The extender arm and height switch are features included with both headsets. These items allow a perfect fit for cradling the receiver when using the lifter. (more…)

CS540 Wireless Headset with HL10 Lifter

Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

Plantronics has come out with a modern and sleek headset, the Plantronics CS540 Wireless Headset with HL10 Lifter. It is super easy to set up and ideally targeted to the end user.  For optimum battery life & performance, it is best to do the initial charge for 24 hours, rather than the 20 minutes recommended in the manual.  After charging for that amount of time, the headset can be used for up to 7 hours, rather than a shorter amount of time, with the 20 minutes charge. (more…)

Plantronics CS540

Friday, February 3rd, 2012
The Plantronics CS540 is the new wireless headset to that used to be the legendary Plantronics CS55 as well as the Plantronics CS50. The CS540 has a supported new headset also streamlined base. The CS540 is a mobile device that lets the user multi-task up to 350 feet from a desk. With easy to use features like end and mute controls at your fingertips are very efficient. There are three wearing choices that the user can pick from. With a modern sleek design of the new CS50, wideband audio quality and wireless mobility is added on.


Vodavi Infinity

Friday, November 4th, 2011
Vodavi Infinity
From any 24-button display phone:
1. Key in the system mode by keying in **3226 from any 24-button display phone.
2. Enter FLASH and call  11
3. The phone should show:
MM/DD/YY        HH:MM am
4. Choose phone format by entering the appropriate key in the flexible key field.
5. Enter the HOLD key or call in the time and date as follows (12 digits): YY MM DD HH MM SS
6. YY = Year (00-99)
7. YY = Year (00-99)
8. MM = Month (01-12)
9. DD = Day (01-31)
10. HH = Hour (00-23)
11. MM = Minute (00-59)
12. Press HOLD to save. A confirmation tone plays and the display updates.


Friday, November 4th, 2011

Vodavi Starplus-Tria, Digital, Mach I, Infinity, DVX and XTS

From the First Attendant Station:
1. Attendant station may set program time and date.
2. Call [692]
3. Key in the date and time as follows: YY MM DD HH MM
4. YY = Year (00-99)
5. MM = Month (01-12)
6. DD = Day (01-31)
7. HH = Hour (00-23)
8. MM = Minute (00-59)
9. When the correct number of digits are entered, a confirmation tone sounds.


Friday, November 4th, 2011


Vodavi Starplus STS System

System Time/Date must be set by the first programmed Attendant via admin programming or using feature code 692.

To set using the feature code:

1. Call [692] on the callpad. There will be a sound to notify
2. Press the date and time as follows: YYMMDDHHMM
3. YY = Year (00-99)
4. MM = Month (01-12)
5. DD = Day (01-31)
6. HH = Hour (00-23)
7. MM = Minute (00-59)
8. When the correct number of digits are entered, a confirmation tone will sound.
9. Press the ON/OFF button to OFF to update the display.

Trillium / IPKII

Friday, November 4th, 2011


1.- The phone has the lowest ext follow these steps,
2.- Enter the speaker button
3.- Call 728
4.- Call two numbers for the hour (24 hour clock system 13=1pm)
5.- Call two numbers for the minutes (00-59)
6.- Key in the speaker key again to exit this menu.
IPS2000 must be done by field techs only

Trillium / IPKI

Friday, November 4th, 2011
1.- The phone has the lowest ext follow these steps,
2.- Enter in the feature button,
3.- Enter number 9,
4.- Enter the # symbol,
5.- The Time will begin to flash from the display
6.- Press in the right time using the (24 hour clock system 13=1pm)