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Audio conferencing polycom_soundstation2_user_manual
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  1. SoundStation2™ USER GUIDE / ADMINISTRATOR GUIDE Administrator Guide User Guide and
  2. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSWhen using your telephone equipment, the following safety precautions shouldalways be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and injury to people. • Read and understand all instructions. spark could ignite heavy concentrations of gas. • Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the equipment. • Never push objects of any kind into the SoundStation2™ through housing slots as • Installation must be performed in accordance they may touch hazardous voltage points or with all national wiring rules. short out parts that could result in a risk of • The outlet to which this equipment is con- electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind nected must be installed near the equipment, on the telephone. If liquid is spilled, contact and must always be readily accessible. service personnel. • This equipment can be hazardous if im- • To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not mersed in water. To avoid the possibility of disassemble SoundStation2™. Opening or electrical shock, do not use this equipment removing covers may expose you to hazard- while you are in the bathtub or shower, or ous voltages. Using incorrectly reassembled when you are wet. If you accidentally drop equipment can cause electric shock. If the equipment into water, do not retrieve your telephone equipment does not work it until you have first unplugged all cords. properly, refer to the section describing how Do not reconnect this equipment until it has to connect service. The support telephone dried thoroughly. number can be found on the back cover of this booklet. • Avoid using this equipment during electrical storms in your immediate area. There is a • Never install telephone wiring during a remote risk of electric shock from lightning. lightning storm. Urgent calls should be brief. Even though • Never install telephone jacks in wet locations protective measures may have been installed unless the jack is specifically designed for to limit electrical surges from entering your wet locations. home or business, absolute protection from lightning is impossible. • Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been • If you suspect a natural gas leak, report it disconnected from the network interface. immediately, but use a telephone away from the area in question. The SoundStation2™’s • Always use caution when installing or electrical contacts could generate a tiny modifying telephone lines. spark. While unlikely, it is possible that this SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
  3. Table of ContentsThank You ............................................. 5Overview .............................................. 5Parts List ............................................... 6Setting up SoundStation2™ ...................... 7Features ................................................ 8 LED Indicators ......................................................................................... 8 Buttons .................................................................................................. 8 Understanding the Display ....................................................................... 8Using SoundStation2™ ............................ 9 Placing a Call .......................................................................................... 9 Answering a Call ..................................................................................... 9 Answering a Second Call.......................................................................... 9 Ending a Call ........................................................................................... 9 Call Hold............................................................................................... 10 Call Mute.............................................................................................. 10 Call Timer ............................................................................................. 10 Redial................................................................................................... 10 Ringer Volume Adjustment..................................................................... 11 Dial Tone Adjustment............................................................................. 11 Speaker Volume Adjustment .................................................................. 11 Display Contrast ................................................................................... 11 Ring Type ............................................................................................. 12 Back Light............................................................................................. 12 Language.............................................................................................. 13 Mobile Phone Mode............................................................................... 14 Conferencing - using the button..................................................... 14 Adding a call ......................................................................................... 15 Bridge Soft Key..................................................................................... 15 Phone Book .......................................................................................... 16 View System Information ...................................................................... 18 Auxiliary Audio Port.............................................................................. 19Troubleshooting ................................... 20 No Dial Tone ......................................................................................... 20 Does Not Ring....................................................................................... 20 Flickering LCD ....................................................................................... 20 Keypad Input Doesn’t Register............................................................... 20 Muffled or “in a well” Reception ........................................................... 20 Short Silences, Echoes, or Clipped Speech ................................................ 21 Physical Damage ................................................................................... 21
  4. Table of Contents For Best Performance ............................................................................ 21 LCD Messages....................................................................................... 22Administrative Setup - Overview ............ 24 Passcode .............................................................................................. 25 Location Information.............................................................................. 26 Phone System ....................................................................................... 28Diagnostics .......................................... 29 Mic (Microphone) Test ........................................................................... 29 Console SPKR (Speaker) Test ................................................................. 29 Restore Defaults ................................................................................... 30Specifications and Warranty Information.. 31 Limited Warranty and Limitation of Liability............................................ 32 FCC Rules ............................................................................................. 34 Canadian Department of Communications Notice...................................... 34 US Telephone Company Requirements ..................................................... 34 Ring Equivalency Number (REN) ............................................................. 35 Automatic Dialing.................................................................................. 35 Telephone Company Connector................................................................ 35 Canadian Telephone Company Requirements............................................ 35 Exhibit J - Customer Information ............................................................ 36 CE Mark R & TTE Directive (EU Only)...................................................... 37 Other Important Notices ........................................................................ 38 Appendix A: Caller ID ............................................................................ 39
  5. Thank YouThank you for choosing the Polycom SoundStation2™ telephone. Lastly,SoundStation2™. In this User Guide, it is important that you read the Partsyou will find everything you need to List, and the Safety Notices section inquickly set up your new conference this guide before you begin using thetelephone. Be sure to verify with your SoundStation2™.System Administrator that your net-work is prepared for configuring your OverviewSoundStation2™ is a perfect entry level conference telephone for your business,suitable for use in small to medium-sized conference rooms and offices.SoundStation2™ features:Acoustic Clarity Technology Enhanced Connectivity OptionsPolycom’s legendary technology that Simply connect a pair of extensionautomatically allows people on both microphones to the telephone tosides of the call to speak at the same extend the microphone pickup range.time. Even enhance the audio performanceEnhanced User Interface of your mobile phone and/or include others on your calls. By connectingA backlit LCD display and 3 soft the conference phone to your mobilekeys make the phone very easy to phone, SoundStation2™ becomesuse. Caller related information such the speaker and microphone for youras CallerID is easy to read and the mobile phone.built-in phonebook and speed dial listcan hold up to 25 entries.Multi-language SupportSet the phone up to display the lan-guage that you are most comfortablewith. Choose from English, French,German, Italian, Norwegian, Spanish,and Brazilian Portuguese. SoundStation2™ User Guide - 5
  6. Parts ListThe following items are included If you are missing any items, pleasein your SoundStation2™ package. contact your SoundStation2™ reseller.Check this list before installation toensure that you have received eachitem. SoundStation2™ Console Console Cable Interface Module Telephone Cable Mobile telephone connector cable Extension microphones (Sold as an accessory.) Documentation/CD SoundStation2™ User Guide - 6
  7. Setting up SoundStation2™ : Connection to telephone line. : Connection to SoundStation2™ console.Ready StateSoundStation2™ will display a Ready The Ready message is also shownmessage upon power up. after a call is completed and the phone is available for the next call. �������������� ����� ������� ������� ������ ������� ������������ �������� �������� �������� SoundStation2™ User Guide - 7�������
  8. ������������������� FeaturesLED IndicatorsThe LEDs located on the top ofyour SoundStation2™ indicatethe current status of your confer-ence phone: Green - your call is in progress. Blinking green - a call is incoming. Red - your call is muted. Blinking Red - your call is on hold.Buttons ScrollMenu Navigate up or downDisplays a menu through displayed lists.of settings andoptions.Exit SelectExits from current screen Choose a menu item.to previous menu.Soft Keys VolumeThe screen will display Use these to adjust thelabels for these keys, to volume of the handset,identify their context-sensi- headset, speaker, and ringer.tive functions. Mute Phone Toggle on or off during a conversation. Answers incoming calls, Conference dials a call, ends a call, Call, join, or delete additional Dial Pad and provides dial tone. call participants during a confer- These 12 keys provide the 10 digits, the 26 ence call. alphabetic characters, and special characters available in context sensitive applications.Understanding the Display ������� This Phone’s NumberInformation Area������� ����� Soft Key Functions The screen will display labels for these ������� ������� ������ keys, to identify their context-sensitive functions. ������� ������ SoundStation2™ User Guide - 8
  9. Using SoundStation2™ Placing a Call SoundStation2™ allows you to place a call over an ana- log line. Several methods are available to initiate a call. Direct Dial Indirect Dial 1. To obtain dial tone, press the 1. From the Ready screen, dial the key. desired number. 2. Dial the desired number. 2. Press the key or the SEND ► To cancel the call, press the soft key to make the call. key. ► If you make a mistake entering the telephone number, press theSEND <DEL soft key. ► Press the CANCEL soft key toOR cancel the call. ������������������� SEND OR Answering a Call Press the key or any number key to answer an incoming call. Pressing the button will override all other telephone activity. The three LEDs will blink green when the phone rings. Answering a Second Call If you are on a call when another call is ► Switch back and forth between received, you will hear a Call Waiting calls using the conference but- tone. ton . ► Press the Conference button to answer the incoming call. This first call will be automati- cally placed on hold. ���������� ������� Ending a Call ������� To end a call, press the key. �������� ������� ������� ������ ������� ������� SoundStation2™ User Guide - 9 ������
  10. Call Hold ������� ����������� ►To place a call on hold, press the ������� HOLD soft key. The LEDs on the �������� ���� top of your SoundStation2™ will blink red. ������� ������� ►To resume a call, press the RESUME ����������� ������� ���� �������� soft key. ������ ������ ������ ������� �������Call Mute ����������� ������� ������� ������ ����������� �������� ► To mute a call, press the mute ������ ������� �������� button . The LEDs on the ������ ������ ���� top of your SoundStation2™ will ������� ������� ������� ������� glow red when your call is muted. ����������� ������ ����������� ������ ������� ► To release mute, press the������� mute �������� ���� �������� button again. ������ ����� �������� ���� ������ ������� ������� ������� ������� �����������Call Timer ������ ����������� ����� �������� ����� ������� ������ �������� ������� ������Call progress on an active call is moni- ������� ����������������� ������tored through a local call timer. This is ������� �������� ������� ������� ������� ��������� ������� �������visible within the active call window on ����������� ���� �����������the display. ������� ������ �������� ������ ���������������� �������� ���� �������� ����������������� ����� ����������� �������� �������Redial ������ ��������� ����������� ������� ������� ������� ����������� ������ ������� ������ �������� ����������� ���� ������SoundStation2™ stores the number that �������� ������� ������� ������was last dialed. This number can be ����������� ����� �������� ������recalled using the REDIAL soft key.������� ������� ����������� ����� �������� ������� ������� ► Press the REDIAL soft key. The last ������� ��������� ����������� ������� ������� ������� ������ ������ ����������� number called will be displayed ������ ������� ���� and dialed. �������� ������� ����������� ������� ������ OR ������ �������������� ���� ������ ������� ► Press the ����������� key and then the ��������� �������� �������� �������� ������� ����� ����������� REDIAL soft key. The last num- ����������� ���� ������� ber called will be displayed and �������� ������� ������� ����������� ���� dialed. ������� ��������� �������� ������ ����������� ������� �������� ������� �������� ������ ����������� ���� ������� ������� ��������� ����������� ������ ���� �������� ������ ������ �������� ������ ���� SoundStation2™ User Guide - 10 ������� �������
  11. � ��� ��� ���Ringer Volume Adjustment �� ��� �� ��When the SoundStation2™ is in Readystate or on hook, press the Volume but-tons to adjust the ringer volume. �� ��� ����Dial Tone and Volume Adjustment �� � �� � ����When the SoundStation2™ is off hook,press the Volume buttons to adjust thedial tone volume. �Speaker Volume Adjustment ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� � ��During an active call, press the Volumebuttons to adjust the speaker volume.Display Contrast 1. Press the Menu button and choose Settings. �������� 2. Cycle through the options using ���������� the Scrolling buttons and choose ���������� Contrast, and then press the ������������ Select button. 3. Press the Scrolling buttons or �������� the + and - soft keys to adjust the display contrast. 4. Press the SAVE soft key or the Se- � � ���� lect button to apply the selected contrast setting. ► Press the Exit button to cancel this change. SoundStation2™ User Guide - 11
  12. Ring Type 1. Press the Menu button and ► Press the Exit button to cancel choose Settings. this change. 2. Cycle through the options using the Scrolling buttons and choose �������� Ringer Type, and then press the ���������� Select button. ���������� 3. Sample the ring types by press- ������������ ing the Scrolling buttons or the ����������� <— and —> soft keys. 4. Press the SAVE soft key or Select ������� button to apply the selected ���� ringer setting.Back LightThe SoundStation2™’s display lightsup when any button on the keypad ispressed, or on an incoming call.To turn the back light on or off: �������� 1. Press the Menu button and choose ���������� Settings. ���������� 2. Cycle through the options using ������������ the Scrolling buttons and choose �������� Back Light, and then press the Select button. ��������� ► The current status of the back �������� light will be displayed. ����������� 3. Press the ON or OFF soft key or ��������� cycle through OFF and ON by pressing the Scrolling buttons. 4. Press the SAVE soft key or Select �� ��� �� ���� button to apply the selected back- light setting or the Exit button to cancel this change. SoundStation2™ User Guide - 12
  13. LanguageSoundStation2™ allows you to select your pre-ferred language for the phone to use when displayinginformation.To change the language setting: 1. Press the Menu button and choose Settings. �������� 2. Cycle through the options using ���������� the Scrolling buttons and choose ���������� Language, and then press the ������������ Select button. 3. Cycle through the available lan- �������� guages by pressing the Scrolling ��������� buttons or the <— and —> soft �������� keys. ����������� 4. Press the SAVE soft key or Select button to apply the selected lan- guage setting or the Exit button to cancel this change. SoundStation2™ User Guide - 13
  14. Mobile Phone ModeThis feature allows you to take advan- ► No calls can be made viatage of the SoundStation2™’s speaker SoundStation2™ while a mobile phoneand microphones. For example, if you is connected to the SoundStation2™.were in a call on your mobile phone, you ► The Phone Book can be viewed dur- ing a call with a mobile phone. Callscould connect your mobile phone to the may not be placed via the Phone BookSoundStation2™ and use its speaker and while connected.microphones to continue your conversa- ► A mobile phone cannot join a calltion and include everyone in the room in in progress on SoundStation2™. ► Aux Out will be inactive during athe conversation. call with a mobile phone.This feature also enables you to conduct ►Some mobile phones may not beconference calls in areas where no analog detected until a call is initiated by the mobile phone after it is connected totelephone connection is available. the SoundStation2™. ► Use the provided mobile ►Be certain to drop the call at the mobile phone before disconnecting the phone connector cable to con- cable from the SoundStation2™. nect your mobile phone to the SoundStation2™’s mobile phone input/output jack. ► The connector and the mobile phone cable will plug into a standard 2.5mm headset jack. A headset adaptor may be necessary to adapt your mobile phone to this connector.Conferencing - using the buttonIf your telephone system supports multi-party call conferencing, then you canestablish multi-party calls with yourSoundStation2™. ►Check with your System Admin- ►Your System Administrator may istrator to determine the number need to activate multi-party of parties that can be conferenced conferencing features or provide together. you with instructions specific to your telephone system. SoundStation2™ User Guide - 14
  15. Adding a call 1. While on an active call, press the OR Conference button . The first 1. Press the HOLD soft key to place call is automatically placed on the first call on hold. hold. 2. Press the Conference button 2. Dial the number you wish to call. and enter the number you wish to You may use the Redial or Direct call. You may use the Redial or Dial method. Direct Dial method. 3. Press the Conference button or JOIN soft key to join the second call. To drop the second call, press the Conf key again.Bridge Soft KeyYou may program the telephone number of The SPEED DIAL soft key will notyour preferred audio conferencing bridge or display when the bridge number is configured.service into the SoundStation2™ so that itis immediately available.Programming the Bridge number 1. Press the Menu button, choose Bridge Setup using the Scrolling �������� buttons, and press the Select button. ���������� 2. Choose Enter Phone Number and ���������� press the Select button and then en- ������������ ter the bridge number using the dial pad. Enter any necessary prefix ������������ such as 9 and/or 1. ������������������ ► If you make a mistake entering the ������������� number, use the <DEL soft key to correct the error. 3. Press the SAVE soft key or CANCEL soft key if you wish to cancel the procedure. SoundStation2™ User Guide - 15
  16. Editing the Bridge soft key 1. Press the Menu button, choose �������� Bridge Setup using the Scrolling ���������� buttons, and press the Select but- ���������� ton. ������������ 2. Choose Edit Soft Key, press the Select button and enter the new soft key label using the dial pad. The first six characters will display. ► If you make a mistake entering the soft key label, use the <DEL soft key to correct the error. 3. Press the SAVE soft key or CANCEL soft key if you wish to cancel the procedure.Placing a call using the Bridge soft key 1. Press the BRIDGE soft key. ������� 2. The programmed number is automatically dialed and a call is ������� ����� placed to your preferred bridge ������ ������� ������ vendor. �������Phone Book ������ ������ ������ �������� ��������You can use the Phone Book to store a Selecting the PH BOOK soft key displayslocal directory of 25 contacts. You can the Phone Book list sorted������� by names.add, edit, delete, dial, or search any This list may be sorted by Name, �������contact in this list using just a few key ��������� Company, or Speed Dial.strokes. ������ ������� �������� ������� ������� ������� ����� ������ ���� ������� ������� ������ ���� �������� ������ ������� ������� ������� ������ ������ ������ �������� �������� �������� ������ ������� ������ ������� ������� ��������� ������� ��������� �������� ������� �������� ���� ��� �������� ������� SoundStation2™ User Guide - 16 �������
  17. Quick selection in a list:Name or Company list: Press a numeric key Speed Dial list: Press a numeric key tothat corresponds with the letter that select the corresponding entry. Forthe name or company name begins example, pressing 2 would select entrywith. For example, pressing 3 repeat- 02, and pressing 23 would select entryedly will provide you with names that 23.begin with D, E, F, and 3. ���������� �������������� ����������� ����������� ��������������� ������������� ���� ��� ���� ���� ��� ���� ����������������� ������������ ��������������� ���������������� ����������� ���������� ���� ��� ���� ���� ��� ���� ����������� �������������� ����������� ���� ��� ����Adding an entry 1. Press the PH BOOK soft key and ����� � then the NEW soft key. ���� 2. Enter information in the Name, ��� Ph# (telephone number includ- ������ ing any prefixes, such as 9 and/or 1), and Co (company) field using ����� �������� the alphanumeric keys on the ���� dial pad. You can move between ��� fields using the Scrolling buttons. ���� ����� ������ 3. Press the SAVE soft key. You can accept the next available speed ����� ������������� ���� ���������� dial number assigned to your ��� new entry or you can choose your own speed dial number by ���� ����� ���� using the Scrolling buttons or the dial pad. ������������� 4. Press the OK soft key to save ��������������� or the BACK soft key to edit the ���� �� phone book entry. SoundStation2™ User Guide - 17
  18. Editing an entry 1. Choose the entry you wish to edit and press the Select button. 2. Press the CHANGE soft key. Using ���������������� the Scrolling button, select the ���������� field you wish to edit. 3. Using the alphanumeric keys on ������ ������ ���� the dial pad, make changes. 4. Press the SAVE soft key. You can accept the current speed dial number assigned to the entry or you can choose another speed dial number by using the Scrolling buttons or the dial pad. 5. Press the OK soft key to save or the BACK soft key to edit the phone book entry. Deleting an entry ���������������� 1. Choose the entry you wish to de- ���������� lete and press the Select button. 2. Press the REMOVE soft key. Press ������ ������ ���� the OK soft key to remove or the CANCEL soft key to leave the �������������������� menu without removing. ���������������� ������ ��View System InformationThis feature displays the following information aboutthe SoundStation2™: Location and Number and SystemInformation.Location and Number System Information 1. Press the Menu button and 1. Press the Menu button and choose This Phone. choose This Phone. 2. Cycle through the options using 2. Cycle through the options using the Scrolling buttons and choose the Scrolling buttons and choose Location and Number, and then System Information, and then press the Select button. press the Select button. SoundStation2™ User Guide - 18
  19. Auxiliary Audio PortSoundStation2™ offers an auxiliary audio port that al-lows for external devices to connect to the conferencephone.A typical example is to record conference call audio byconnecting an external recording device. 1. Connect an external recording device, such as a cassette tape re- corder, via the auxiliary jack on the interface module. The auxiliary jack is marked . 2. Press the Menu button and choose Settings. 3. Choose Aux Audio and press the Select button. Cycle through the options using the Scrolling button. Press the SAVE soft key or Select button to save the settingThe setting for auxiliary audio needs tomatch the kind of device that is beingconnected to the phone. ����������� ► Wireless Mic = audio will be re- ����������� ceived from a wireless microphone device. ► Record Out = all audio will be sent to an audio recording device. ► Ext Speaker = audio will be sent to a connected external speaker. SoundStation2™ User Guide - 19
  20. TroubleshootingNo Dial ToneThe telephone cable must be plugged into an analogtelephone jack. If the dial tone is not heard, verify thefollowing: ► Check that the console is opera- ► Check that the telephone cable tional. from the interface module is connected to an analog telephone (POTS) line.Does Not RingCheck that the ringer is not turned off. ► If the volume is turned all theSee “Ring Type”, page 12. way down, increase the volume with the Volume buttons.Flickering LCDIf your screen appears to flicker, it building. Move the SoundStation2™may be because you are using a cer- away from the lights or replace thetain type of florescent lighting in your florescent bulbs.Keypad Input Doesn’t RegisterThis could happen if you enter infor- Some buttons may not be recognizedmation too quickly. Press the alphanu- if you press them too quickly.meric buttons slowly.Muffled or “in a well” ReceptionThis is caused by highly reverberant rooms and peoplespeaking too far from the microphone.Speak closer to the console so that the ► Add more sound absorbency tomicrophones pick up your speech more the room.accurately. SoundStation2™ User Guide - 20
  21. Short Silences, Echoes, or Clipped Speech ► Do not move the speak in turn for a few moments SoundStation2™ console while to enable SoundStation2™ to it is in use. adapt to its environment. ► Keep your hands away from the ► The other parties may be using console during calls. non-Polycom equipment which ► To avoid excessive noise around may cause audio performance SoundStation2™, keep papers, issues. cups, and other noise-producers ► Try calling again; a different line away from the console. may provide a better connection. ► At the beginning of each call, let someone at each locationPhysical Damage ► If physical damage is severe ► Do not reconnect to the tele- enough that the internal parts phone network until the become visible, disconnect the SoundStation2™ has been SoundStation2™ immediately. repaired.For Best PerformanceYour SoundStation2™ performs optimally when you fol-low these guidelines: ► Position the SoundStation2™ in ►Position extended microphones the center of the conference table 7’ from the SoundStation2™ or desk. console. ► The SoundStation2™ works best ► Speak at a normal conversa- in a 10’ x 20’ room. tion level, and direct your voice ► Do not move the towards the SoundStation2™, or SoundStation2™ during a call. towards the extended microphone. ► Do not shuffle papers near the ► Unplug all cords before cleaning SoundStation2™. the SoundStation2™. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol clean- ers. Use a damp, soft cloth for cleaning. SoundStation2™ User Guide - 21
  22. LCD MessagesThe following messages are displayed on the LCD. LCD Message What it means: What you will see: Ready Phone is in idle state and ready to make calls. Idle screen. Call Ended The call has been dropped. “Call Ended” with elapsed time indicated. Mobile Phone In A mobile phone is plugged in to the mobile phone “Mobile Phone In” jack OR a mobile phone call has been initiated. Enter Number Enter the number you wish to dial. Digits of the number you are dialing. SoundStation2™ User Guide - 22
  23. Administrator Guide SoundStation2™ Administrator Guide - 23
  24. Administrative Setup - OverviewThe Administrative Setup menu consists of the following options. The Admin-istrative Setup menu can be passcode protected by setting an optional passcode.Subsequent access to this menu will require passcode entry. Location: 1 Location Name Enter a name for the SoundStation2™’s location, such as “Conference Room B”. 2 This Phone # Enter the SoundStation2™’s telephone number. Phone System: 1 Caller ID Configure Caller ID. 2 Flash Timing Set the flash delay to 75, 100, 300, or 600 millisec- onds. Passcode: 1 Set an optional passcode. (Default: no passcode is set.) Diagnostics: 1 Mic Test View the sample level received by each microphone. 2 Console Speaker Select acoustic test signals to drive through the Test SoundStation2™’s speakers. 3 Restore Defaults Reset all custom settings and data entries. Restores original default settings. SoundStation2™ Administrator Guide - 24
  25. PasscodeWhen you select Passcode from the Admin Setup menu,the screen will display whether or not a passcode is cur-rently assigned.Assign a passcode: ����������� 1. Press the Menu button, choose �������� Admin Setup using the Scrolling ������������ buttons, and press the Select but- �������� ton. Choose Passcode using the Scrolling buttons, and press the �������� Select button. 2. Press the ASSIGN soft key and enter ������������ a three-digit password. If you ������ make an error, press the <DEL soft key to erase the error. ��������� 3. Press the SAVE soft key. You may press the CANCEL soft key or the ���������� Exit button if you choose not to ������ ���� ���� save the passcode.►Record the passcode. If the passcode is forgotten,contact Polycom Support at www.polycom.com/supportand click on “How to Contact Support and Service” foryour local support contact information.Remove a passcode:Removing the passcode removes the requirement for anaccess passcode for the Admin Setup menu. 1. From the Admin Setup menu, choose Passcode using the Scroll- �������� ing buttons and press the Select button. �������� ������ ������ 2. Press the REMOVE soft key, enter the current passcode, and press the ENTER soft key. If you decide not ������������� to remove the password, press the CANCEL soft key or the Exit button. ���������� ►If you enter an incorrect pass- ������ ���� ����� word, you will be notified to try again. ������������������ ►If you make an error, press the <DEL soft key to erase the error. ���������� ������ ���� ����� SoundStation2™ Administrator Guide - 25
  26. Change the passcode: 1. From the Admin Setup menu, choose Passcode using the Scroll- �������� ing buttons and press the Select button. �������� 2. Press the CHANGE soft key, enter ������ ������ the current passcode, and press the ENTER soft key. If you decide not to change the password, press the ������������� CANCEL soft key or the Exit button. ►If you enter an incorrect pass- ���������� word, you will be notified to try ������ ���� ����� again. ►If you make an error, press the <DEL soft key to erase the error. ��������� 3. You will be prompted to enter a new passcode. Enter a new pass- ���������� code and press the SAVE soft key. ������ ���� ���� You may press the CANCEL soft key or the Exit button if you choose not to save the passcode. ► Record the passcode. If the passcode is forgotten, contact Polycom Support at www.polycom.com/ support and click on “How to Contact Support and Service” for your local support contact informa- tion. Location InformationYou can assign a location, such as “Conference Room B” andthe telephone number associated with your SoundStation2™.Assigning a location name: 1. Press the Menu button, choose �������� Admin Setup and press the ������������� Select button, enter passcode (if ������������ required) and press the ENTER soft key. Choose Location using the Scrolling buttons, and press the Select button. �������� SoundStation2™ Administrator Guide - 26
  27. 2. Choose Location Name using the Scrolling buttons, and press the ������������� Select button. Enter a location name using the dial pad. This ����������������� name will be displayed when ���� ����� ���� “Location Name and Number” submenu of “This Phone” menu is selected from the main menu. ►If you make an error, press the <DEL soft key to erase the error. 3. Press the SAVE soft key or the Select button to save your entry. You may press the Exit button to cancel your entry.Assigning a telephone number: 1. Press the Menu button, choose Admin Setup and press the Select button, enter passcode (if required) �������� and press the ENTER soft key. ������������� Choose Location using the Scroll- ������������ ing buttons, and press the Select button. 2. Choose This Phone # using the Scrolling buttons, and press ����������� the Select button. Enter the SoundStation2™’s telephone num- ������� ber. ���� ���� ►If you make an error, press the <DEL soft key to erase the error. 3. Press the SAVE soft key or the Se- lect button to save your entry. You may press the Exit button to cancel your entry. SoundStation2™ Administrator Guide - 27
  28. Phone SystemCaller ID*You can configure Caller ID according to the specifica-tions and standards that pertain to the phone line youare connecting to. Standards may differ from countryto country. Please refer to Appendix A for additionalinformation. 1. Press the Menu button, choose ����������� Admin Setup and press the Select �������� button, enter passcode (if required) ������������ and press the ENTER soft key. �������� Choose Phone System using the Scrolling buttons, and press the �������� Select button. 2. Choose CallerID from the avail- �������� able options and press the Select ���� button. 3. Use the <- and -> soft keys to step through the available Caller ID *Caller ID is a subscription options. service. Check with your local telephone service provider to de- 4. Press the SAVE soft key or the termine if this service is available Select button to save your entry. in your area. You may press the Exit button to cancel your entry.Flash TimingYou can adjust the timing of the Flash delay to 75, 100,300, or 600 milliseconds. 1. Press the Menu button, choose 4. Press the SAVE soft key to save Admin Setup and press the Select changes. You may press the button, enter the passcode (if Exit button to cancel your required) and press the ENTER soft selection. key. Choose Flash Timing using ����������� the scrolling buttons, and press the �������� Select button. ������������ 2. Choose Flash Timing from the �������� available options and press the Select button. ������������ 3. Use the <- and -> soft keys to step through the available Flash Timing ������ options. ���� SoundStation2™ Administrator Guide - 28
  29. DiagnosticsMic (Microphone) Test If a testing microphone’s meter indicates that it is receiving an atypically low orYou may test the SoundStation2™’s high sample, despite appropriately con-microphones to ensure that they are trolled input, contact Polycom Technicalworking optimally. Support. 1. Press the Menu button, choose 3. Choose any microphone using Admin Setup and press the the Scrolling buttons, and press Select button, enter passcode (if the Select button. required) and press the ENTER soft ►The testing microphone’s LED key. Choose Diagnostics using will glow red. the Scrolling buttons, and press ►The testing microphone will the Select button. begin sampling at a 1 Hertz rate, 2. Choose Mic Test using the 50% duty cycle. Scrolling buttons, and press the ►The display will show a meter Select button. The microphones that modulates according to the are numbered according to the relative sample received by the diagram. MIC 1 testing microphone. ����������������� ������ MIC 4 MIC 5 MIC 2 MIC 3Console SPKR (Speaker) TestYou can select an acoustic test signal to drive throughthe SoundStation2™’s speaker for speaker testing and tosample the room acoustics. 1. Press the Menu button, choose ►Sine Sweep is a test signal Admin Setup and press the consisting of a 100 Hertz to Select button, enter passcode (if 3,500 Hertz sine wave whose required) and press the ENTER soft frequency is swept according to key. Choose Diagnostics using a linear progression of fre- the Scrolling buttons, and press quency as a function of time, or the Select button. (t)=A*sin(kt). 2. Choose Console Speaker Test ►One kiloHertz Tone is a con- using the Scrolling buttons, and stant tone generated at exactly press the Select button. Choose 1,000 Hertz. the desired signal using the Scrolling buttons SoundStation2™ Administrator Guide - 29
  30. ►White Noise is a signal is approximately from 300 to whose energy is distributed 3,400 Hertz. uniformly among all frequen- 3. Press the Select button to acti- cies within a band of interest, vate the signal. which for the SoundStation2™Restore DefaultsRestoring the defaults will irretrievably remove allsettings and data that have been entered since theSoundStation2™ was first installed. 1. Press the Menu button, choose ►Phone Book entries and Speed Admin Setup and press the Dial numbers are not lost when Select button, enter passcode (if restoring all defaults. required) and press the ENTER soft key. Choose Diagnostics using the Scrolling buttons, and press the Select button. 2. Choose Restore Defaults using the Scrolling buttons, and press the Select button. Press the OK soft key if you wish to restore defaults or the CANCEL soft key or the Exit button to return to the Diagnostics submenu. SoundStation2™ Administrator Guide - 30
  31. Specifications andWarranty Information
  32. Limited Warranty and Limitation of LiabilityLimited WarrantyPolycom warrants to the end user (“Cus- replaced item will be shipped to Customer,tomer”) that this product will be free from at Polycom’s expense, not later than thirtydefects in workmanship and materials, (30) days after Polycom receives theunder normal use and service, for one year defective product, and Polycom will retainfrom the date of purchase from Polycom or risk of loss or damage until the item isits authorized reseller. delivered to Customer.Polycom’s sole obligation under this LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. TO THEexpress warranty shall be, at Polycom’s FULL EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, POLYCOM EXCLUDES FOR ITSELFoption and expense, to repair the defec- AND ITS SUPPLIERS ANY LIABILITY,tive product or part, deliver to Customer WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT ORan equivalent product or part to replace TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE),the defective item, or if neither of the two FOR INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL,foregoing options is reasonably available, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, OR FORPolycom may, in its sole discretion, refund LOSS OF REVENUE OR PROFITS,to Customer the purchase price paid for LOSS OF BUSINESS, LOSS OF INFOR-the defective product. All products that MATION OR DATA, OR OTHER FI-are replaced will become the property of NANCIAL LOSS ARISING OUT OF ORPolycom. Replacement products or parts IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE, INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE,may be new or reconditioned. Polycom USE, PERFORMANCE, FAILURE, ORwarrants any replaced or repaired product INTERRUPTION OF ITS PRODUCTS,or part for ninety (90) days from shipment, EVEN IF POLYCOM OR ITS AUTHO-or the remainder of the initial warranty RIZED RESELLER HAS BEEN AD-period, whichever is longer. VISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, AND LIMITS ITS LIABIL-Products returned to Polycom must be ITY TO REPAIR, REPLACEMENT, ORsent prepaid and packaged appropriately REFUND OF THE PURCHASE PRICEfor safe shipment, and it is recommended PAID, AT POLYCOM’S OPTION. THISthat they be insured or sent by a method DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY FORthat provides for tracking of the package. DAMAGES WILL NOT BE AFFECTEDResponsibility for loss or damage does not IF ANY REMEDY PROVIDED HEREIN SHALL FAIL OF ITS ESSENTIALtransfer to Polycom until the returned item PURPOSE.is received by Polycom. The repaired orExclusionsPolycom will not be liable under this ►Unauthorized use of common car-limited warranty if its testing and rier communication services accessedexamination disclose that the alleged through the product;defect or malfunction in the product ►Abuse, misuse, negligent acts ordoes not exist or results from: omissions of Customer and persons►Failure to follow Polycom’s instal- under Customer’s control; orlation, operation, or maintenance ►Acts of third parties, acts of God,instructions; accident, fire, lightning, power surges►Unauthorized product modification or outages, or other hazards.or alteration; SoundStation2™ Administrator Guide - 32
  33. WARRANTY EXCLUSIVE. IF LAW, STATUTORY OR OTHER-A POLYCOM PRODUCT DOES WISE, INCLUDING WARRAN-NOT OPERATE AS WARRANTED TIES, TERMS OR CONDITIONSABOVE, CUSTOMER’S SOLE OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESSREMEDY FOR BREACH OF THAT FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,WARRANTY SHALL BE REPAIR, SATISFACTORY QUALITY, COR-REPLACEMENT, OR REFUND OF RESPONDENCE WITH DESCRIP-THE PURCHASE PRICES PAID, TION, AND NON-INFRINGEMENT,AT POLYCOM’S OPTION. TO ALL OF WHICH ARE EXPRESSLYTHE FULL EXTENT ALLOWED DISCLAIMED. POLYCOM NEI-BY LAW, THE FOREGOING THER ASSUMES NOR AUTHO-WARRANTIES AND REMEDIES RIZES ANY OTHER PERSON TOARE EXCLUSIVE AND ARE IN ASSUME FOR IT ANY OTHERLIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRAN- LIABILITY IN CONNECTIONTIES, TERMS OR CONDITIONS, WITH THE SALE, INSTALLATION,EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, EITHER MAINTENANCE OR USE OF ITSIN FACT OR BY OPERATION OF PRODUCTS.Service AgreementsIf you purchased your product from a assistance or information on servicePolycom Authorized Reseller, contact programs, please visit Polycom’s web-the Authorized Reseller for informa- site at www.polycom.com and selecttion about service agreements appli- the Support menu.cable to your product. For technicalDisclaimerSome countries, states, or provinces do in their application to you. When thenot allow the exclusion or limitation of implied warranties are not allowed toimplied warranties or the limitation of be excluded in their entirety, they willincidental or consequential damages be limited to the duration of the appli-for certain products supplied to con- cable written warranty. This warrantysumers, or the limitation of liability gives you specific legal rights whichfor personal injury, so the above limi- may very depending on local law.tations and exclusions may be limitedGoverning LawsThis Limited Warranty and Limitation tion on Contracts for the Internationalof Liability shall be governed by the Sale of Goods is hereby excluded inlaws of the State of California, USA, its entirety from application to thisand by the laws of the United States, Limited Warranty and Limitation ofexcluding their conflicts of laws prin- Liability.ciples. The United Nations Conven- SoundStation2™ Administrator Guide - 33
  34. FCC RulesThis device complies with part 15 of the occur in a particular installation. If thisFCC Rules. Operation is subject to the equipment does cause harmful interferencefollowing two conditions: to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment (1) This device may not cause harmful off and on, the user is encouraged to try to interference, and correct the interference by one or more of (2) This device must accept any inter- the following measures: ference received, including interfer- ence that may cause undesired  Reorient or relocate the receiving operation. antenna.NOTE: This equipment has been tested  Increase the separation between theand found to comply with the limits for equipment and receiver.a Class B digital device, pursuant to  Connect the equipment into an outletpart 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits on a circuit different from that toare designed to provide reasonable which the receiver is connected.protection against harmful interference in  Consult the dealer or an experienceda residential installation. This equipment radio/TV technician for help.generates, uses and can radiate radio In accordance with part 15 of the FCCfrequency energy and, if not installed and rules, the user is cautioned that anyused in accordance with the instructions, changes or modifications not expresslymay cause harmful interference to radio approved by Polycom Inc. could void thecommunications. However, there is user’s authority to operate the equipment.no guarantee that interference will not Canadian Department of Communications NoticeThis Class [B] digital apparatus complies Cet appareil numérique de la classe [B]with Canadian ICES-003. est conforme à la norme N M B-003 du Canada. US Telephone Company RequirementsThis equipment complies with part 68 Notes:of the FCC Rules. Please refer to the  This registered equipment may not belabeling on equipment for the following used with party lines or coin lines.information:  If trouble is experienced, the cus-  Registration Number tomer shall disconnect the registered  Ringer Equivalence equipment from the telephone line to  Grantee’s Name determine if the registered equip-  Model Number ment is malfunctioning and that if the  Serial Number and/or Date of Manu- registered equipment is malfunction- facture ing, the use of such equipment shall  Country of Origin be discontinued until the problem hasIf requested this information must be been corrected.provided to the telephone company  If, in the unlikely event that this equipment causes harm to the net- work, the telephone company will SoundStation2™ Administrator Guide - 34
  35. notify you in advance that temporary  The telephone company may make discontinuance of service may be re- changes to its facilities, equipment, quired. However if advance notice is operations or procedures that could not practical, the telephone company affect the operation of the equipment. will notify you as soon as possible. If this happens, the telephone compa- Also, you will be advised of your ny will provide advance notice so you right to file a complaint with the FCC can make the necessary modifications if you believe it necessary. to maintain uninterrupted service. Ring Equivalency Number (REN)The REN is used to determine the quantity call. Typically the sum of RENs shouldof devices that may be connected to the not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of thetelephone line. Excessive RENs on the number of devices that may be connectedtelephone line may result in the devices to a line (as determined by the total RENs)not ringing in response to an incoming contact the local telephone company. Automatic DialingWHEN PROGRAMMING EMERGENCY for the call.NUMBERS AND/OR MAKING TEST 2. Perform such activities in the off-CALLS TO EMERGENCY NUMBERS: peak hours, such as early morning or late evening. 1. Remain on the line and briefly explain to the dispatcher the reason Telephone Company ConnectorA FCC compliant telephone cord and or premises wiring using a compatiblemodular plug is provided with this modular jack that is Part 68 complaint.equipment. This equipment is designed See the rest of these installationto be connected to the telephone network instructions for details. Canadian Telephone Company Requirements“NOTICE: The Industry Canada label equipment must also be installed usingidentifies certified equipment. This an acceptable method of connection. Thecertification means that the equipment customer should be aware that compliancemeets telecommunications protective, with the above conditions may notoperational and safety requirements as prevent degradation of service in someprescribed in the appropriate Terminal situations. Repairs to certified equipmentEquipment Technical Requirements should be coordinated by a representativedocument(s). The Department does not designated by the supplier. Any repairsguarantee the equipment will operate to the or alterations made by the user to thisuser’s satisfaction. equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications companyBefore installing this equipment, users cause to request the user to disconnect theshould ensure that it is permissible to be equipment.connected to the facilities of the localtelecommunications company. The Users should ensure for their own SoundStation2™ Administrator Guide - 35
  36. protection that the electrical ground terminal device provides an indicationconnections of the power utility, telephone of the maximum number of terminalslines and internal metallic water pipe allowed to be connected to a telephonesystem, if present, are connected together. interface. The termination on an interfaceThis precaution may be particularly may consist of any combination of devicesimportant in rural areas. subject only to the requirement that the sum of the Ringer Equivalence Numbers ofCaution: Users should not attempt to make all the devices does not exceed 5.’’such connections themselves, but shouldcontact the appropriate electric inspection The term “IC:” before the certification/authority, or electrician, as appropriate.’’ registration number dignifies only that the Industry Canada technical specifications“NOTICE: The Ringer Equivalence were met.Number (REN) assigned to each relevant Exhibit J - Customer InformationThis equipment complies with Part 68 a product identifier in the format US:of the FCC rules and the requirements 2HWTF09BSOUNDS2. If requested, thisadopted by the ACTA. On the exterior number must be provided to the telephoneof the cabinet of this equipment is a label company.that contains, among other information, • FCC Registration Number: US: 2HWTF09BSOUNDS2 • Ringer Equivalence Number (REN): 0.9B • Facility Interface Code (FIC): 02LS2 • Service Order Code (SOC): 6.0Y • USOC Jack Type: RJ11CA FCC compliant telephone cord and mod- wiring using a compatible modular jackular plug is provided with this equipment. that is Part 68 compliant. See InstallationThis equipment is designed to be connect- Instructions for details.ed to the telephone network or premisesThe REN is used to determine the quantity call. Typically, the sum of RENs shouldof devices that may be connected to the not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of thetelephone line. Excessive RENs on the number of devices that may be connectedtelephone line may result in the devices to a line (as determined by the total RENs)not ringing in response to an incoming contact the local telephone company.If this equipment SoundStation2™ causes isn’t practical, the telephone company willharm to the telephone network, the tele- notify the customer as soon as possible.phone company will notify you in advance Also, you will be advised of your rightthat temporary discontinuance of service to file a complaint with the FCC if youmay be required. But if advance notice believe it is necessary.The telephone company may make chang- telephone company will provide advancees to its facilities, equipment, operations or notice so you can make the necessaryprocedures that could affect the operation modifications to maintain uninterruptedof the equipment. If this happens, the service. SoundStation2™ Administrator Guide - 36
  37. If trouble is experienced with this equip- http://www.polycom.com. If the equip-ment SoundStation2™, for repair or war- ment is causing harm to the telephone net-ranty information, please contact Polycom work, the telephone company may requestInc.: 1-888-248-4143; 1-408-474-2067 that you disconnect the equipment until theOption 1; 4750 Willow Road, Pleasanton, problem is resolved.CA 94588-2708, USA; orConnection to party line service is subject sion or corporate commission for informa-to state tariffs. (Contact the state public tion.)utility commission, public service commis-Portions of the software contained in this product are Copyright © 1995 - 2003, SPIRIT. CE Mark R & TTE Directive (EU Only)This SoundStation2™ has been marked Vaatimustenmukaisuusvakuutuswith the CE mark. This mark indicates Polycom Ltd. vakuuttaa täten, ettäcompliance with EEC Directives 89/336/ SoundStation2 on direktiivin 1999/5/ECEEC, 73/23/EEC1999/5/EC. A full copy keskeisten vaatimusten ja sen muiden tätäof the Declaration of Conformity can be koskevien säännösten mukainen.obtained from Polycom Ltd., 270 BathRoad, Slough, Berkshire, SL1 4DX, UK. Déclaration de Conformité Par la présente, Polycom Ltd, declareDeclaration of Conformity que ce SoundStation2 est conforme auxHereby, Polycom Ltd. declares that this conditions essentielles et à toute autreSoundStation2™ is in compliance with the modalité pertinente de la Directive 1999/essential requirements and other relevant 5/CE.provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. Dichiarazione di ConformitàKonformitetserklæring Con la presente Polycom Ltd. dichiaraHermed erklærer Polycom Ltd., che il SoundStation2 soddisfa i req-at indeståSoundStation2 er Ioverensstemmelse med de grundlæggende uisiti essenziali e le altre disposizionikrav og de relevante punkter I direktiv pertinenti della directtiva 1999/5/CE.1999/5/EF. Verklaring Van OvereenstemmingKonformitätserklärung Hierbij verklaart Polycom Ltd. datHiermit erklärt Polycom Ltd., dass diens SoundStation2 voldoet aan deSoundStation2 die grundlegenden basisvereisten en andere relevanteAnforderungen und sonstige maßgebliche voorwaarden van EG-rightlijn 1999/5/EG.Bestimmungen der Richtlinie 1999/5/EG Declaração de Conformidadeerfüllt. Attravés da presente, a Polycom Ltd. declara que este SoundStation2 se encontra em conformidade com os requisitos essenciais e outras desposições relevantes da Directiva 1999/5/CE. Declaración de Conformidad Por la presente declaración, Polycom Ltd. declara que este SoundStation2 cumple SoundStation2™ Administrator Guide - 37
  38. los requisitos esenciales y otras cláusulasimportantes de la directiva 1999/5/CE.ÖverensstämmelseförklaringPolycom Ltd. förklarar harmed att dennaSoundStation2 överensstämmer med deväsentliga kraven och övriga relevantastadganden i direktiv 1999/5/EG. Other Important NoticesMains Powered POTs Voice Telephony WithoutEmergency 000 Dialing. WARNINGThis equipment will be inoperable when main power fails.VCCI Class B (Japan Only)RRL Statement (Korea Only) ������ ������ SoundStation2™ Administrator Guide - 38
  39. Appendix A: Caller IDSoundStation2™ needs to be config- If you need further information, pleaseured to match the Caller ID standard consult with your telephone servicethat is in use in your country. The fol- provider.lowing table is a guideline for choos-ing the correct setting. Country: Caller ID Standard: USA, Hong Kong, Singapore, Canada Bellcore Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, ETSI Luxemburg, Norway, Poland, Spain, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, South Africa, Italy United Kingdom British Telecom China, Denmark, Finland, Greece, DTMF Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden, Uraguay, Brazil SoundStation2™ Administrator Guide - 39
  40. IVCi, LLC 180 Adams Avenue, Hauppauge, NY 11788 1-800-224-7083 Polycom®, SoundStation®, and the Polycom logo design are registered trademarksof Polycom, Inc. in the U.S. and various countries. ©2004 Polycom, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 1725-16755-001 Rev. B

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