7000 digital phone This telephone has a no display. It does have four memory buttons. (Note this telephone is only supported on systems running Profile 2, 3, or 4).
7100 digital phone: A telephone with a single line display and one programmable memory button without an indicator.
7208 digital phone: A telephone with a single-line display and eight programmable memory buttons with indicators. This telephone has a separate mute key and supports a headset
7316 digital phone: A telephone that has a two-line display, three display buttons, 16 programmable memory buttons with indicators, and 12 memory programmable buttons without indicators. This telephone has a separate mute key and supports a headset.
7316E digital phone: This telephone has the same functionality as the 7316 digital phone, with some additional features, such as a separate handsfree key, special display icons (when running on a MICS 6.1 or newer system), and CAP capability by adding KIMs.
7406 digital phone: The 7406 base station desk set can support three handsets, which function like the other digital phones on the system. It has six programmable memory keys.
7420/7430: These Nortel Networks Digital Mobility phones allow you to set up an extended cell of base stations that allow users to contact the system from a variety of locations within a site.
AbsorbLength: A setting that determines how many of the digits in a destination code will not be dialed by the system. AbsorbLength is assigned under Destination codes in Services.
access code: Different sequences of characters used to gain access to these Norstar features: Line pools, Call park, external lines, Direct-Dial telephone, Auto DN, and DISA DN.
alarm code: A number that appears on the alarm telephone display, informing you that the ICS has detected a fault in the system.
alarm telephone: A telephone that is designated to receive reports of Norstar system problems. This function is usually assigned to a prime telephone, but this can be changed under Feature settings in Sys prgrammng.
Analog Terminal Adapter (ATA): A device that permits analog telecommunication devices such as fax machines, answering machines, and single line telephones to be connected to the Norstar system. Programmed defaults for the ATA are automatically assigned by the Norstar system.
ANSI: American National Standards Institute.
Answer button: A telephone button with an indicator that is used to monitor another telephone. The answer button indicates incoming calls destined for the other telephone. Someone working at a telephone with answer buttons (an attendant, for example) can receive all