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to use the headset port you can program a button that toggles between the handset piece and the headset port (under the handset),
assuming that your installer has used standard feature codes, press the following;
? Press Speaker key.
? Dial 751.
? Press an available Function key. (one of your unused 24 buttons)
? Dial 05.
? Press Speaker key.
the Function button is now your Headset pickup/release button
First and foremost we need to know what system you have. Then we can proceed with how to program the button.
NEC Elite 48, 192, IPK 1
First pick the button you want to program. Lets say button 13 in this example. Next check to see if that button is programmed by pressing Feature and that key. If that key says Vacant then it is available for use.
Next you will need to hit "Feature and 4" on that station to find the port #. Port # is Tel 10 for example. That means port 10 is where your extension resides.
Now type in "Feature, #, 0 *, 8974". The phone should say Program Mode. Now look at the Line Keys. These are the keys right above the # pad. Count from left to right 4 keys. Hit Line Key 4 and then type 12 on the dial pad.
Now that we are in key programming we need to enter the port of your phone. Make sure the blinking cursor is on the far left. If not press * to move to the left. Now enter 10 (port 10 or Tel 10) on the dial pad. The cursor should be right near the L. If not then press # to move to that position on the right. Remember * will bring you back to the left and # to the right.
This is where you are to enter the key #. In our example it is key 13. Dial 13 on the dial pad. Next we are going to change the key to a headset key by pressing "Recall, Line key 3". It should say H Set on the right. Now that you have the proper key set you need to hit transfer to write the programming. Remember to try and find a key that is not programmed, this will ensure that you don't undo any programming that is already in place.
Any other system other than the NEC 48, 192 or IPK 1 will not work.
you need to program headset keys on the phones if you have headset jacks on them. This is done in key data memory block 4-12 for each phone and than choose which LK(line key) once on the right line key hit the line keys on the phone and you will see different thigs like CO, FA, ICM, just hit them all till you see headset. Transfer key writes the data and the recall key turns the pages so the line keys will say something different. or call tech support ldtsnj.com
If you are using the headset jack on the phone, a headset key needs to be programmed on the the phone. You can do this in program mode and make a line key a headset key. Otherwise you must connect it through the handset. ldtsnj.com
I have the 8 button phone and if you hook up your headset the right way you just have to press the line/feature access key all the way to the right instead of picking up the receiver. Keep the headset on all the time and just press that button to answer or hang up the calls. It works great! ( I have the Dterm80 telephone)
Sure you can do it. as long as the headset has a plug for the handset your fine. Plug it in and you will have to pick up and hang up the handset as needed. The headset key eliminates you having to pick up and hang up the handset to answer with the headset.
For the DTU phone on an NEC Elite system:
Memory Block 4-12
put in the port number and the Lkey of the extension you want to make a headset key.
Programmin on a 16button phone, Lkey 11 needs to be lit and will display H SET to verify.
For the DTP phone, it is generally on an NEC 2000, which is entirely different.