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Avaya 8410D Digital Telephone
The Avaya 8410D terminal is a multi-appearance digital display telephone that will work in either 2-wire or 4-wire environments. The Avaya 8410D is equipped with 10 call appearance/feature buttons, four standard fixed feature buttons, a MUTE button, a SPEAKER button which can access either a 2-way speakerphone or a 1-way, listen-only speaker, a TEST button, a Volume control button, and 12 feature softkeys.
NOTE: The dimensions described here for the 8410 voice terminal are approximate.
Width = 7.8 inches
Depth (front to back) = 9.5 inches
Height (maximum with handset in place) = low position, 5.265 inches high position, 6.625 inches
Eight Fixed Feature Buttons
The Avaya 8410D has the following eight fixed feature buttons:
CONFERENCE (labeled CONF) button
A red HOLD button
Either a blue SHIFT button or a RING button
The SHIFT Button
Some Avaya 8410D terminals have a blue SHIFT button that can be used in the following ways: (The red light next to the SHIFT button goes on steadily when the button is activated.)
Used with the HOLD button to select your own personalized ring from among eight available patterns
Used with the SPEAKER button to perform an acoustic test of the environment and adjust the speakerphone to the surrounding acoustic environment for optimal performance.
Call Appearance/Feature Buttons
The Avaya 8410D terminal has 10 call appearance/feature buttons, each equipped with a red light and a green status light. Usually, at least three of these buttons are administered as call appearances for the terminal’s primary extension number, where calls are placed and answered. The rest of the buttons can be used for more call appearances (including bridged appearances of other stations’ extensions) and features. Buttons administered for features have only their green status lights active.
The red Message light goes on when a message is left for the user. It goes off when the user retrieves the message or when the message is erased.
The Avaya 8410D terminal is equipped with a built-in speakerphone. (The voice terminal can be optioned for a 1-way, listen-only speaker instead.) The Speakerphone capability allows a user to engage in a hands-free conversation with the far-end party. The speakerphone can be turned on or off with the SPEAKER button; can be muted with the MUTE button, and the volume can be raised and lowered with the VOLUME “arrow” button. If the voice terminal has a SHIFT button and Rest Spkr appears below the SPEAKER button, the user can access the Reset Speakerphone feature to adjust the speakerphone for optimal performance.
Speaker (Listen-Only) Feature
Although the Avaya 8410D terminal is shipped from the factory with the terminal set for the Speakerphone feature, it can be optioned instead for a 1-way, listen-only speaker. If this is the case, use the SPEAKER button on the front of the voice terminal for turning on and off the speaker. The Speaker (listen-only) capability allows a user to engage in a 1-way conversation with the far-end. Specifically, the user can only listen to the far-end. To speak with the far-end, the user must use the handset, which turns off the speaker. The Speaker function may also be disabled.
The MUTE button is a fixed feature button with a red status light. The MUTE button turns off the microphone of the built-in speakerphone or the handset so that a person can converse with another person in the room without the other party listening in.
VOLUME Control Button
The Avaya 8410D voice terminal has a VOLUME “arrow” button on the front of the set. This button has several functions. When the user is using the speakerphone or the 1-way speaker, the VOLUME button controls the volume of the speaker. When the user is on a call using the handset, the VOLUME button controls the handset volume. When the voice terminal is idle, the button controls the volume of the tone ringer. When the user sets the volume for the speaker, speakerphone, handset, or the tone ringer, the display on the Avaya 8410D terminal shows a “bar array” that indicates the volume setting.
When the voice terminal is initially powered up, the green light next to the TEST button flashes if the link with the PBX is not (or not yet) operational. The light changes to steady green when the voice terminal is able to communicate with the PBX. After the voice terminal is powered up, you can press the TEST button to test the lights and the display on your voice terminal.
The display on the Avaya 8410D set has two lines with 24 characters on each line. The display, along with the softkeys and the display control buttons, can be used to access 12 softkey features (the default softkey features and the alternative softkey features are listed under “Softkeys”).
The four buttons located below the display and labeled with arrows correspond to features listed on the second line of the display screen. (There are four features on each feature option screen.) The user can access any of the 12 features by pressing the softkey below the feature abbreviation.
The Avaya 8410D voice terminal is equipped with a K-type handset.
The Avaya 8410D terminal has a 12-button touch-tone dial pad. The letters “Q” and “Z” have been added to the appropriate dial pad keys for directory access, and the “5” button on the dial pad has raised bars for visually-impaired users.
The Avaya 8410D terminal’s housing has a Line jack located on the back of the housing, and a Handset cord jack located on the side of the set. There is also a Speakerphone/headset adapter jack to which the user can connect adjunct equipment.
Two cords are supplied with the Avaya 8410D: a coiled 9-foot handset cord and a 7-foot line cord. Optional longer cords are available: a 12-foot handset cord and 14-foot and 25-foot line cords.
The Avaya 8410D voice terminal has electronic tone ringing with eight possible ringing patterns.
The Avaya 8410D terminal comes equipped with a 2-position desk stand. This stand can also be removed so the user can mount the set on the wall.
The Avaya 8410D terminal is available in black and in white.
The Avaya 8410D works in both 4-wire and 2-wire configurations.
The Avaya 8410D terminal receives power from the system and does not require any external power supply. Additional external power IS required when the Avaya 8410D voice terminal is equipped with any adjuncts, such as an external speakerphone. In this instance, an 1151A1 local power supply or a 1151A2 power supply with Battery Holdover is recommended.
Power Failure Operation
The Avaya 8410D terminal cannot be used as an emergency station during power failure transfer conditions.
The Avaya 8410D terminal is FCC-registered along with the switch (as a system), but does not have a separate FCC registration label.
UL and CSA Approval
The Avaya 8410D terminal has been tested and has met the Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Standards UL 1459 and has also met the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Standards CSA-C22.2 No.225-M90.
Hearing Aid Compatible
The Avaya 8410D terminals are compatible with the inductively coupled hearing aids prescribed by the FCC.