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PROTON 205

System Manual
PROTON 205
The compact Communicator
System Manual
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Version 1
Release date : May 17, 2010
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Warranty Statement
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material, workmanship and performance for a period of 15 months from date of manufacturing or 12 months
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Primary protection on all the ports provided.
Mains supply is within limit and protected.
Environment conditions are maintained as per the product specifications.
Warranty Card:
When the product is installed, please return the warranty card with:
Date, signature and stamp of the customer
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Contents
Copyright ...............................................................................................................................................4
Warranty Statement ..............................................................................................................................5
Welcome..................................................................................................................................................... 9
Features and Facilities............................................................................................................................ 11
Answering Calls ..................................................................................................................................11
Auto Call Back (ACB) ..........................................................................................................................11
Call Pick Up .........................................................................................................................................11
Call Progress Tones ............................................................................................................................12
Call Splitting ........................................................................................................................................13
Call Transfer ........................................................................................................................................14
Calling Other Station ...........................................................................................................................15
Cancel Station Features ......................................................................................................................16
Class Of Service .................................................................................................................................16
Conference ..........................................................................................................................................17
Daily Alarm ..........................................................................................................................................18
Data Port (Internet Ready) ..................................................................................................................18
Day and Night Zones ..........................................................................................................................20
Default the Configuration ....................................................................................................................21
Distinctive Rings ..................................................................................................................................21
Do Not Disturb (DND) .........................................................................................................................22
Flash Timer .........................................................................................................................................22
Hold .....................................................................................................................................................23
Hotline .................................................................................................................................................23
Installation ...........................................................................................................................................24
Interrupt Request ................................................................................................................................27
Introduction .........................................................................................................................................27
Last Number Redial ............................................................................................................................29
Making External Calls .........................................................................................................................29
Memory Dialing ...................................................................................................................................30
Music on Hold .....................................................................................................................................31
Power Down Mode ..............................................................................................................................31
Programming the System ....................................................................................................................32
Quick Dial ............................................................................................................................................32
Raid .....................................................................................................................................................33
Real Time Clock (RTC) .......................................................................................................................33
Receiving Trunk (Incoming) Calls .......................................................................................................34
Ring Only Once ...................................................................................................................................34
Selective Trunk Access .......................................................................................................................35
Station Numbers .................................................................................................................................35
System Security (Password) ...............................................................................................................35
System Timers ....................................................................................................................................36
Technical Specifications ......................................................................................................................37
Toll Control ..........................................................................................................................................37
Troubleshooting ..................................................................................................................................38
Trunk Access ......................................................................................................................................39
Trunk Landing .....................................................................................................................................39
Trunk Parameters ...............................................................................................................................41
Appendices .............................................................................................................................................. 43
A: Features at a Glance ......................................................................................................................43
B: Programming Commands ...............................................................................................................43
Glossary .................................................................................................................................................. 45
Index ........................................................................................................................................................ 47
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Welcome
Thanks for purchasing a Matrix product.
We want you to get the maximum performance from our product. If you run into technical difficulties, we are here
to help. But please consult this system manual first.
If you still cant find the answer, gather all the information or questions that apply to your problem and with the
product close to you, call your dealer. Matrix dealers are trained and ready to give you the support you need to
get the most from your Matrix product. In fact, most problems reported are minor and can be easily solved over
the phone.
In addition, technical consultation is available from Matrix engineers every business day. We are always ready to
give advice on application requirements or specific information on installation and operation of our products.
The system manual is arranged alphabetically. We suggest to advice first time users to read this system manual
in following sequence of topics.
Introduction 27
Installation 24
Station Numbers 35
Call Progress Tones 12
Distinctive Rings 21
Calling Other Station 15
Making External Calls 29
Selective Trunk Access 35
Answering Calls 11
Receiving Trunk (Incoming) Calls 34
Call Pick Up 11
Call Transfer 14
Last Number Redial 29
Memory Dialing 30
Call Splitting 13
Hold 23
Power Down Mode 31
Default the Configuration 21
Data Port (Internet Ready) 18
Programming the System 32
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Features and Facilities
Answering Calls
When your station rings, lift the handset. The ring stops and you get connected to the calling party. You may
start-talking immediately. PROTON 205 offers a facility to identify the caller before answering the call. If the
caller is a station then the station rings as Trin......Trin.....Trin.... This is called single ring. If the caller is an
external caller the station on which the trunk call lands rings as Trin...Trin...........Trin...Trin... This is called double
ring. These two types of rings differentiate an internal caller and an external caller.
Relevant Topics:
1. Calling Other Station 15
2. Making External Calls 29
3. Distinctive Rings 21
Auto Call Back (ACB)
Whats this?
You need not keep dialing busy station or accessing busy trunk repeatedly.
You can request ACB by dialing 2 when you get busy tone.
When the requested station becomes free it rings. Simultaneously your station also starts ringing.
Whosoever answers first gets ring-back tone. The other end keeps ringing.
Once the ring is answered ring-back tone stops and speech is established.
You can request ACB even on a busy trunk. As soon as the trunk becomes free you get ring. When you lift
the handset, you get dial tone of the PSTN and you can start dialing desired number.
How to use it?
If you dont answer the Auto Call Back ring, it stops after 45 secs. and ACB request gets cleared. If ACB is done
on a busy station, the user gets single ring when ACB request is served. If ACB is done on a busy trunk, the user
gets double ring when ACB request is served.
Example:
You dialed 23 but station 23 is busy. To request Auto Call Back, dial 2 in busy tone.
Important Points:
Two requests: One on internal station and other on trunk can be entertained at a time.
The last ACB request supersedes all other previous ACB requests.
Call Pick Up
Whats this?
You can answer calls of your colleague without physically going to his station. You can use this feature to answer
even trunk calls ringing on other stations.
1 Lift the Handset. Dial tone
2 Dial Station Number. Busy tone
3 Dial 2. Confirmation tone
4 Replace handset.
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How to use it?
Important Points:
All internal and external calls can be picked up.
In case of more stations ringing, the station with the least station number will be picked up first.
ACB, Alarm cant be picked up by this.
Call Progress Tones
The PROTON 205 gives various tones in different situations. This is how the PROTON 205 responds to dialing
of codes.
Dial Tone
When you lift the handset you get dial tone. Dial tone stays for 7 seconds. After that error tone starts.
Sound: Toooooooooooo
Ring Back Tone
When you dial any station number and if that station is free, you get the ring back tone. The ring back tone
continues for 45 secs. After that error tone starts.
Sound: Turroo... Turrroo
Busy Tone (Engage Tone)
High pitch beeps with equal on and off periods. When you dial any station and if it is busy, you get busy tone.
Busy tone continues for 7 seconds.
Sound: Tooooooo.........Toooooooo
Error Tone
The Error Tone is made of fast beeps. When you perform some wrong operation or try using a feature without
access, you get error tone.
Sound: TooTooTooToo
Internal Call Waiting Tone
Short beep followed by longer off duration repeated every second. This is also known as intrusion tone. Busy
user gets this tone over his speech when some other station attempts interrupt request.
Sound: Beep.Beep
External Call Waiting Tone
This tone is of two ticks followed by a longer off time of 3-4 secs. Busy programmed destination station gets this
tone when there is a fresh incoming call.
Sound: Beep...Beep....Beep...Beep
This tone continues for hunt timer.
Feature Tone
Short beep followed by a longer off duration repeated every second. Feature tone continues for 7 seconds.
Sound: Beep.........Beep
Programming tone is same as feature tone.
1 Lift the Handset. Dial tone
2 Dial 9. Speech.
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Confirmation Tone
This tone is continuous, fast beeps. The PROTON 205 confirms successful usage of features with this tone. The
confirmation tone remains for 7 seconds. This is called Confirmation Tone Timer.
Sound: Beep... Beep... Beep
Programming Tone
Short beeps followed by a longer off duration repeated every second. It is exactly same as the feature tone. The
PROTON 205 prompts you to enter fresh commands during programming with this tone. Programming tone
remains for 7 seconds.
Sound: Beep.............Beep
Tone Specifications:
Call Splitting
Whats this?
This feature enables you to talk to two persons alternately.
Call Splitting is also known as Hold-Consult or Hold-Toggle.
How to use it?
Call Splitting can be used in any of the following three combinations:
Two stations
One station and one trunk
Two trunks
Call splitting between two stations:
Call Splitting between a station and a trunk:
Name Frequency Cadence
Dial Tone 440Hz Continous
Ring Back Tone 440Hz 400ms on, 200ms off 400ms on, 2600ms off
Busy Tone 440Hz 1000ms on, 800ms off
Confirmation Tone 440Hz 33ms on, 33ms off
Programming Tone 440Hz 67ms on, 1330ms off
Error Tone 440Hz 200ms on, 200ms off
Internal Call Wating Tone 440Hz 67ms on, 1330ms off
Trunk Call Waiting Tone 440Hz 67ms on, 67ms off, 67ms on, 3400ms off
1 Speech with one station.
2 Dial Flash. Dial tone
3 Dial other Station Number. Ring Back tone
4 Speech with second person when call is answered.
5 Dial Flash to alternate between active and held-up person.
1 Speech with trunk.
2 Dial Flash. Dial tone
3 Dial Station. Ring Back tone
4 Speech with the station when the call is answered.
5 Dial Flash. Speech with held party.
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Call Splitting between two trunks:
How to program?
Refer Class Of Service for details on how to allow Call Splitting to a user.
Important Points:
Only one of the two persons will be in conversation with you at a time. The third person is on hold. He gets
music and cannot hear your conversation.
When in speech with a station and getting external call waiting tone, you can dial Flash to answer the trunk
call. The station is put on hold and gets music. Now, you can toggle between the two persons.
Interrupting station can also be answered very much in the same way as described above. Your current call
is put on hold and speech with the interrupting station is established. Once again, you can toggle between
the two persons.
From Station, 3-Party conference can be invoked to include both the parties by dialing Flash-Flash.
You can also transfer the active person (one who is in conver-sation with you) to the third person, by simply
going on-hook.
Relevant Topics:
1. Conference 17
2. Call Transfer 14
3. Hold 23
4. Class Of Service 16
5. Flash Timer 22
Call Transfer
PROTON 205 offers two types of call transfer:
Call transfer-Screened
Call transfer-While ringing
Whats this?
Call Transfer-Screened
This is normal call transfer and the most widely used.
The secretary transfers the incoming call to the executive after consulting him.
How to use it?
1 Speech with trunk.
2 Dial Flash. Dial tone, Trunk goes on hold.
3 Dial 0 to grab another trunk. Trunk dial tone
4 Dial Telephone Number. Ring Back tone
5 speech with called party when the call is answered.
6 Dial Flash. speech with held party.
1 Speech with trunk.
2 Dial Flash. Dial tone
3 Dial Station Number. Ring Back tone
4 Speech.
5 Disconnect.
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Important Points:
Internal station calls can also be transferred to some other station.
While waiting for the station to answer, you can abandon the transfer by dialing Flash. The ring on the station
is stopped and you get connected to the person on hold.
Whats this?
Call Transfer-While Ringing
Transfer a call without waiting for the destination to answer.
A station can use this feature when there is other call pending and he cannot wait for the station to respond
to intimate the call.
How to use it?
Important Points:
Internal station calls can also be transferred to some other station.
If the called station does not respond to the ring within 30 secs. (call pickup time), the call comes back to the
station that transferred the call.
If the station that transferred the call is free at the time of call return, caller gets ring.
If the station that transferred the call is busy at the time of call return and if it was a trunk call transfer or
internal call transfer then the system waits for the station to become free. The caller gets ring back tone.
Relevant Topics:
1. Hold 23
2. Class Of Service 16
Calling Other Station
Lift the handset.
Wait for dial tone.
Dial station number you want to talk to.
If called station is free, you will hear ring back tone and the called station will start ringing.
Once called station answers your call by lifting handset, ring back tone stops and speech is established.
If the called station is not free, you will get busy tone. You can request Auto Call Back or Interrupt Request or
Raid feature.
For details, please refer Auto Call Back (ACB), Interrupt Request and Raid.
Relevant Topics:
1. Station Numbers 35
2. Interrupt Request 27
3. Raid 33
4. Auto Call Back (ACB) 11
1 Speech with trunk.
2 Dial Flash. Dial tone
3 Dial Station Number. Ring Back tone
4 Disconnect.
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Cancel Station Features
Whats this?
Features like Daily Alarm, Auto Call Back, Hotline, Do Not Disturb and Ring Only Once can be cancelled
from the station.
There is separate cancellation code for each feature. But it is desirable to have a master command to cancel
all the features with a single command.
How to use it?
By using this single command all the above mentioned features are cancelled.
Relevant Topics:
1. Auto Call Back (ACB) 11
2. Daily Alarm 18
3. Hotline 23
4. Do Not Disturb (DND) 22
5. Ring Only Once 34
Class Of Service
Whats this?
All users in an organization are not equal. Some users are important and their time is more valuable. Further,
their nature of job also differs. Keeping this diversity in mind, it is imperative that the features required from a
system differ from person to person.
It is the systems responsibility to allow or deny a feature access to a user depending on his need. The system
should support flexible allocation of features to different users. This accessibility of different features for a user is
known as his Class Of Service (COS).
How to program?
Use following command to program COS level:
31-Station-Level
Where,
Station is from 21 to 25.
By default, Class Of Service level is 1 for all stations.
Basic features include Call Transfer, Hold/Toggle Call, Call Pickup, Daily Alarm, Auto Call Back, Cancel all
Features, Quick Dial, Internal Dialing and Data Port (Internet Ready).
1 Lift the handset. Dial tone
2 Dial 10. Confirmation tone
3 Replace the handset.
Level Features Allowed
0 Only Basic Features
1 Basic + Memory Dialing
2 Basic + Memory Dialing + DND
3 Basic + Memory Dialing + DND + Hotline
4 Basic + Memory Dialing + DND + Hotline + IR
5 Basic + Memory Dialing + DND + Hotline + IR + Conference
6 Basic + Memory Dialing + DND + Hotline + IR + Conference + Ring Only Once
7 Basic + Memory Dialing + DND + Hotline + IR + Conference + Ring Only Once + Raid
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Example:
Allow all features to station 25 and basic features to station from 21 to 24.
31-25-7
31-21-0
31-22-0
31-23-0
31-24-0
Conference
Whats this?
PBX allows conference between three parties.
Following three combinations are allowed: All three stations, Two stations and one trunk, One station and
two trunks.
How to use it?
Conference can be made in any of the following three combination
Two stations
One station and one trunk
Two trunks
Conference between two stations:
Conference between a station and trunk:
Conference between two trunks:
How to program?
Access of Conference is programmable. Hence it can be allowed or denied to each user. Please refer Class Of
Service for details on programming this feature.
Relevant Topics:
1. Class Of Service 16
2. Call Splitting 13
1 Speech with one station.
2 Dial Flash. Dial tone
3 Dial other Station Number. Ring Back tone
4 Speech with second person.
5 Dial Flash-Flash. 3-party conference.
1 Speech with trunk.
2 Dial Flash. Dial tone
3 Dial other Station Number. Ring Back tone
4 Speech with station.
5 Dial Flash-Flash. 3-party conference.
1 Speech with trunk.
2 Dial Flash. Dial tone
3 Dial 0 to grab another trunk. Trunk dial tone
4 Dial Telephone Number. Ring Back tone
5 Speech with called party.
6 Dial Flash-Flash. 3-party conference.
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3. Making External Calls 29
4. Calling Other Station 15
Daily Alarm
Whats this?
You can ask the PROTON 205 to remind you daily at some specific time.
At the set time, your station starts ringing.
When you lift the handset, you get music.
How to use it?
Use 24 hours time format.
Example:
To set daily alarm at 06:00AM dial 17-06-00.
Important Points:
All stations can set daily alarm simultaneously.
Only one daily alarm can be set a time on one station.
The latest set alarm supersedes the previous one.
Time is in 24 hours format i.e. 6.30PM is 18.30PM.
When you lift the handset, you get music.
If the station is engaged at the time of alarm then the station gets alarm when the station becomes free.
The station rings for 60 seconds in case of Alarm call. This time is fixed.
Cancel Alarm
Whats this?
You can ask the PROTON 205 to cancel daily alarm.
How to use it?
Example:
To cancel the daily alarm set on station 25, lift the handset dial 18 from station 25.
Relevant Topics:
1. Class Of Service 16
2. Real Time Clock (RTC) 33
Data Port (Internet Ready)
Whats this?
The PROTON 205 offers a facility to configure one station port as Data Port. This port can be connected to the
modem of the PC used to surf the Internet. Please note that station 24 can only be configured as Data port.
1 Lift the handset. Dial tone
2 Dial 17-Hour-Minute. Confirmation tone
3 Replace the handset.
1 Lift the handset. Dial tone
2 Dial 18. Confirmation tone
3 Replace the handset.
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How it works?
The PROTON 205 offers Internet Ready feature, which diverts trunk 2 directly to station 24. With this feature, the
user does not require direct trunk connection up to computer or does not even need to dial the trunk access
code in the dial up sequence.
On issuing Internet ready code, the station 24 gets configured as Data port. The trunk 2 gets directly connected
to station 24. This code can be issued from any station-except station 24.
On completion of surfing, issue a command to cancel this feature. Now, station 24 works as normal station.
Port 24 working as Data Port (command issued: 69)
Port 24 working as a normal station (command issued: 60)
How to use it?
Use following command to configure station 24 as Data Port:
Use following command to configure station 24 as Normal station port:
Important Point:
By default, station 24 works as normal station.
Relevant Topics:
1. Class Of Service 16
2. Station Numbers 35

1 Lift your handset. Dial tone
2 Dial 69. Confirmation tone
3 Replace your handset. Station 24 is configured as Data Port directly connected to trunk 2.
1 Lift your handset. Dial tone
2 Dial 60. Confirmation tone
3 Replace your handset. Station 24 is configured as normal station.
Telephone
connection
in the field
Station
Trunk Line
Contactsof power down relay
connected to Trunk Line
RJ 11
C
C
NO
NO
NC
NC
Telephone
connection
in the field
Station
Trunk Line
Contactsof power down
relay connected to Station
RJ 11
C
C
NO
NO
NC
NC
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Day and Night Zones
Whats this?
PROTON 205 can be programmed to work differently during daytime and nighttime. This makes management of
trunk calls efficient. Trunk landing destination and trunk landing scheme can be programmed differently for day
and night zones.
If automatic mode is selected then PROTON 205 switches from daytime to nighttime at the time programmed on
its own. In case manual mode is selected command has to be issued by the user to change from daytime to
nighttime and vice-versa.
How to use it?
Use following command to select manual/auto mode:
25-Code
Where,
Use following command to switch day/night mode (if manual mode is selected):
11 : System goes in day mode
12 : System goes in night mode
Use following command to set time at which the system goes to day mode (if Auto mode is selected):
26-Hour-Minute
Where,
Hours in two digits from 00 to 23 (Leading Zero must).
Minute in two digits from 00 to 59 (Leading Zero must).
Use following command to set time at which the system goes to night mode (if Auto mode is selected):
27-Hour-Minute
Where,
Hours in two digits from 00 to 23 (Leading Zero must).
Minute in two digits from 00 to 59 (Leading Zero must).
Example:
Program the PROTON 205 for office hours (09.00 to 18.00)
25-1
26-09-00
27-18-00
Important Point:
By default, PROTON 205 is configured for manual mode.
Relevant Topics:
1. Real Time Clock (RTC) 33
2. Trunk Landing 39
Code Meaning
0 Manual
1 Auto
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Default the Configuration
Whats this?
Every system comes with pre-defined set of variables like COS level, toll control, timers, etc. These pre-defined
settings are called default settings. The default value of each programmable parameter is mentioned in
respective section.
When to use it?
Software default of the system can be done from programming mode and hence programming password should
be known.
How to use it?
Enter programming mode.
Dial 18-Programming Password.
If you forget the programming password then software default cannot be done and programming password
has to be reset. Please refer System Security (Password) for more details.
Important Points:
Following parameters are set to default values on doing software defaults.
COS level for all stations : 1
Toll Control for all stations : 1
Flash Timer for all stations : 600ms
Daytime trunk landing : Station 21
Nighttime trunk landing : Station 21
Day/Night mode : Manual
Day time hunting scheme : Round Robbin
Night time hunting scheme : Round Robbin
Trunk access : Trunk 1 and Trunk 2
Trunk Enable/Disable : Enable
Data Port : Works as normal station
Relevant Topics:
1. Programming the System 32
2. System Security (Password) 35
Distinctive Rings
Whats this?
The PROTON 205 support two different types of rings for different situations. Incoming call ring is different from
internal call ring.
Following four situations are possible:
Internal Call
External Call
Daily Alarm Call
Auto Call Back Call
Returned Call
Following table shows the ring type for each of the above case:
Ring Type Situation
Single Ring Internal Call/Alarm/ACB on station/Returned call
Double Ring Incoming Call/ACB on trunk
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Do Not Disturb (DND)
Whats this?
Transfer your calls to your secretary. Whenever you wish privacy or want to attend to uninterrupted discussion or
are thinking, use this feature. Once invoked, all calls on your station will be diverted to the next station where
your secretary should be sitting. If the call is important, your secretary can transfer the call to you. However you
can continue making calls from your station. This feature is also called Executive-Secretary.
How to use it?
Secretary station number is next to the executive. When this feature is used from station 22, all calls on it are
diverted to station 23. Similarly, when station 25 uses this feature, station 21 becomes secretary for it.
Cancel Do Not Disturb
How to use it?
How to program?
Refer Class Of Service for details on how to allow Do Not Disturb to a user.
Important Points:
Chaining of Do Not Disturb is not allowed. Suppose station 21 has set DND then all his calls will go to station
22. Now if station 22 also sets DND then calls to station 21 will go to station 22 and not to station 23. Only the
calls to station 22 will go to station 23.
Cabling should be done keeping this feature in mind.
Relevant Topics:
1. Class Of Service 16
2. Installation 24
3. Glossary 45
Flash Timer
Flash is used extensively by the PROTON 205 as one of the digits for accessing various features. Flash is
actually momentarily breaking of the extension current loop. If this break time is of optimum level, the PROTON
205 senses it rightly as a flash. But, if the time is more, it can be wrongly taken as disconnection. On the other
hand, if the flash timer is set to a higher value, a genuine disconnection will take longer time. Some imported
phones and cord-less phones are known to use longer flash time. You have to program the extension flash timer
with little higher value than the flash timer used by the phone or cord-less connected to it.
How to program?
Use following command to program flash timer:
34-Station-Flash Timer
Where,
Station is from 21 to 25.
Flash Timer is of single digit from 3 to 9.
1 Lift your handset. Dial tone
2 Dial 13. Confirmation tone
3 Replace your handset.
1 Lift your handset. Dial tone
2 Dial 14. Confirmation tone
3 Replace your handset.
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Relevant Topics:
1. Call Transfer 14
2. Call Splitting 13
3. Conference 17
Hold
Whats this?
This feature allows the user to put the present party on hold.
How to use it?
Relevant Topics:
1. Class Of Service 16
2. Flash Timer 22
Hotline
Whats this?
Hotline eliminates repeated dialing of a station number.
As soon as the user picks up his handset, the system automatically dials the fixed station. The station starts
ringing and the caller gets ring back tone.
In an office environment, it is found that boss calls his secretary or his co-worker frequently. He can use this
feature effectively.
How to use it?
Example:
The boss needs to speak to his secretary many times in a day. He can avoid repeated dialing by activating the
Hotline feature from his station:
15
After lifting the handset you do not get connected to the station immediately but get regular dial tone. If the user
does not dial anything during this short dial tone, the system places the hotline call to the station.
Cancel Hotline
Whats this?
Cancel hotline to restore normal operation.
How to use it?
Please note that the cancellation code must be dialed quickly.
1 Speech with one station/Extenal caller.
2 Dial Flash. Station goes on hold and gets music. You gets dial tone.
1 Lift the handset. Dial tone
2 Dial 15. Confirmation tone
3 Replace your handset.
1 Lift the handset. Dial tone
2 Dial 16 quickly. Confirmation tone
3 Replace your handset.
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Important Point:
All stations can set hotline. If station 21 enables this feature, whenever he lift the handset the call goes to
station 22. Likewise if station 25 uses this feature the call goes to station 21.
Relevant Topics:
1. Class Of Service 16
2. Glossary 45
Installation
Important Safety Instructions
Never do telephone wiring during a lightening storm.
Avoid using telephone other than a cordless type during an electric storm. There may be a remote risk of
electric shock from lightening.
Never use a telephone to report gas leaks if it is near to gas leak.
Do not touch non-insulated telephone wires or terminals before disconnecting at the network interface.
Do not install this product near water, for example near a bathtub, washing bowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub,
swimming pool etc.
Slots on enclosure are for proper ventilation. They will protect the system from over-heating. Never cover the
slots.
Never place this product on heated place or any other equipment.
Never push objects of any kind inside this product. This may short-circuit various parts.
Operate these products only with 230VAC +/-10%, 50Hz supply and if you are not sure about supply voltage,
contact authorized dealer. It is advisable to give power through a good quality Constant Voltage Transformer
(CVT).
This product is equipped with a plug having a third (ground) pin, which fits only into a grounding-type outlet.
This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, ask an electrician to replace the
obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the purpose of the grounding type plug.
Unplug this product from electric wall outlet in following cases and contact authorized service personnel.
Liquid spills on to the product.
Product exposed to rain or water.
Product does not operate normally by following operating instructions.
Product dropped from height.
Product exhibits unusual change in performance.
Do not open the system in power-on condition. This may damage the system. Warranty does not cover such
damages.
Make sure that you install primary protection device at entry point for all PSTN trunks and all overhead
stations. If not installed, heavy voltage on PSTN trunks/stations can damage the product and warranty does
not cover such damages. Matrix offers a device viz. PPM-4 for this type of protection.
Preparation
Site Selection
The PROTON 205 should always be installed at a place equidistant from all the stations. This reduces the
cabling cost and also makes cabling network less complicated.
The PROTON 205 should preferably be installed at 3.5 feet height (approx.) in airy, dust free and moisture
free place. An installation at this height makes preventive or curative maintenance task easy.
It is advisable that the system should be installed away from any source of electromagnetic noise such as
any radio equipment, heavy transformers, faulty electric chokes of tube-lights, any device having a faulty coil
etc. This will reduce any problem arising due to electromagnetic effect.
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Cabling
Decide different places at which you want to give the extensions the shortest possible cabling route to that
location.
Always ensure that you have separate cable conduits for both electrical and telephone cables.
Take care that station cables are not left open on the ground where they may get damaged due to
entanglement in the foot or due to pressure from other heavy objects.
The wires in the MDF should be inserted only after removing the insulation properly (1.0cm approx.). Please
do not double the cable before inserting in the MDF. Select a good quality telephone cable (with 0.5mm
conductor diameter) for internal cabling.
For all over-head cabling, good quality drop wire must be used. In case you have any problem please take
help of an expert wireman.
Avoid long length cables and at the same time keep number of joints to a minimum i.e. strike a balance
between the two. This will help you to find out a cable fault easily.
Single core cable is preferred instead of multi-core cable.
Please note that few features like Do Not Disturb, Trunk landing, and hunting scheme are cabling dependent.
Hence cabling should be done keeping these features in mind.
Power Supply
The PROTON 205 operates on 230V +/-10% AC supply. Arrange for a separate power point and switch,
close to the system. Power Supply for the PBX must be separate from other heavy electrical loads like Air-
conditioners, Heaters, Welding machines, Electrical motors, etc.
If the supply is not stable, use of a good CVT is recommended.
Earth (Ground)
Proper earth is vital for safety of the personnel and the system. Good electrical earth prevents electric shock to
the personnel.
Telephones
The PBX is capable of working with all standard telephones: Rotary phone, Pulse-tone switch able push-
button phone, Feature phone and Cordless phone.
It is not necessary to buy all new phones. You may also hook up your existing old telephones.
If the trunk lines are of pulse type then all the telephone instruments used as stations should be configured
for pulse mode dialing.
If the trunk lines are of tone type then all the telephone instruments used as stations can be configured for
tone mode dialing.
However if one trunk line is of pulse type and other tone type then it is advisable to keep the telephone
instruments in pulse mode dialing. Remember you can dial in pulse mode on a tone type trunk line but vice
versa is not possible.
Trunk lines
Connect the trunk lines to the system.
Installation
Unpack the box. Get satisfied with the contents and the condition of all the parts. In case of short supply or
damaged parts, please contact the source from where you purchased the system immediately.
Dont power the system.
Fix the system on the selected site. Please refer PROTON 205 Mechanical Drawing at the end of this topic
for exact mechanical dimensions of PROTON 205.
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Check the voltage at the power point from where the supply is to be accessed. It should be as specified. It is
desirable to use a good quality power-conditioning device such as CVT.
Earth the system properly.
Connect all the station and trunk cables on the MDF of the system. Please note that the system provides
push-type connectors on the MDF for station and trunk wires. Remove about 1cm of the insulation for proper
connections of the field wires to the MDF connectors.
Tag each wire pair with respective station or trunk number. (Different colour tags for trunk and station can be
used for better identification)
Connect power cord of the system to the power supply. Ensure proper contacts.
Switching on the system
Now switch ON the system. The system starts immediately.
In all there are 8 LEDs on the front panel.
The green LED marked Power is for power indication. In Power ON condition this LED remains ON.
Two red colored LEDs marked T1 and T2 corresponds to each trunk. Whenever a trunk is accessed by an
station, the corresponding LED glows. The dialing sequence and the ringing sequence can also be seen on
these LEDs.
Five red colored LEDs marked 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 corresponding to each station. Whenever an
station goes off-hook, the corresponding LED turns ON. The dialing sequence and the ringing sequence can
also be seen on these LEDs.
Normal condition of the system: Green LED marked Power always remains ON. You get dial tone on the
stations.
Testing the basic performance
You can check functioning of the PROTON 205 by testing all the stations and the trunk.
Test all stations for dial tone, ring back tone, speech and ring one by one.
Test functioning of the trunk by dialing outside number from one of the stations and checking the trunk tones
and speech.
Ring on the trunk can be tested by asking your friend to dial your number.
PROTON 205 Mechanical Drawing
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Interrupt Request
Whats this?
When your call is urgent and you cannot wait for the called person to become free, you can intimate him.
When you get busy tone on dialing a station number you use call Interrupt Request.
Doing so, you get feature tone and the called person gets beeps for 45 seconds.
During the beeps, the called person can dial Flash to answer your call. He can talk to you while his previous
partner is put on Hold and gets music.
Replace your handset once your talk is over. This will automatically restore his original speech with the held-
up party.
How to use it?
How to program?
Refer Class Of Service for details on how to allow Interrupt Request to a user.
Important Points:
Interrupt Request works even when the destination is talking on a trunk line.
Interrupt Request works if the called person is in 2-way, normal speech.
The called party can toggle both the calls.
Relevant Topic:
1. Class Of Service 16
Introduction
The PROTON 205 from Matrix is 2 trunk lines to 5 stations PBX system specifically designed for small offices,
shops, dispensaries, lawyers, chartered accountant, big departmental stores, bungalows, schools, banks,
hospitals and other such places.
The PROTON 205 provides unrestricted communication between internal stations and the external world. The
PROTON 205 allows any of the stations to dial on the trunk provided he is given an access to this. Incoming call
can be directed to any of the desired stations. It is also possible to direct the incoming call on different stations
during day or night times. Switching scheme is non-blocking and hence internal traffic plus external calls are
managed simultaneously without any loss of calls or delay.
1 Lift the handset. Dial tone
2 Dial Station. Busy tone
3 Dial 3. Music.
4 Start talking when included by the called station.
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Features of PROTON 205:
The PROTON 205 works on 230V, 50Hz Power Supply.
The PROTON 205 has two trunk ports and five station ports.
The PROTON 205 has one Internet ready port.
The PROTON 205 supports on-site programming.
The PROTON 205 supports basic features like:
Internal dialing
Hold/Toggle
Call Transfer-Screened
Call Transfer-While Ringing
Call Pick Up
Executive-Secretary (Hotline)
Auto Call Back
Interrupt Request
Distinctive ringing
Music on hold
On site programming
Quick dial
Round Robin ringing
Simultaneous ringing
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Last Number Redial
Selective Trunk Access
Daily Alarm
Hook up existing phones
The PROTON 205 also supports advanced features like:
Auto Day-Night operation
Memory Dialing
Class of Service
Toll Control
Programmable Trunk Access
Raid
Conference
Ring only Once
Internet Ready
Flexible Power Down destinations
If the trunk lines are of pulse type then all the telephone instruments used as station should be configured for
pulse mode dialing.
If the trunk lines are of tone type then all the telephone instruments used as stations can be configured for
tone mode dialing.
However, if one trunk line is of pulse type and other tone type then it is advisable to keep the telephone
instruments in pulse mode dialing.
Last Number Redial
Whats this?
This feature redials the last external number dialed.
This feature saves time during retrying a busy external number. It is same as Redial button of the telephone
instrument.
How to use it?
Important Points:
The system uses the same trunk you used for dialing the number last time.
Dialing 7 redials the last external number.
Making External Calls
Lift the handset.
Dial 0.
If the trunk is free, you will be connected to the trunk port.
Wait for dial tone from the PSTN.
Start dialing digits of the external party.
If the trunk is occupied by someone else, you will get busy tone. You can use Auto Call Back feature. For more
details, please refer Auto Call Back (ACB).
After conversation is over, you may replace your handset and the trunk is freed automatically for any incoming or
other outgoing calls.
1 Lift the handset. Dial tone
2 Dial 7. Silence.
3 The system grabs a trunk. Trunk dial tone
4 The PROTON 205 dials out the last number.
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You can select a particular trunk to make external call. For more details, please refer Selective Trunk Access.
Relevant Topics:
1. Selective Trunk Access 35
2. Trunk Access 39
3. Memory Dialing 30
Memory Dialing
Whats this?
You can program frequently used numbers in global memory. You can store upto 96 telephone numbers in the
memory.
How to use it?
Where,
Location is from 00-95.
How to program?
Use following command to store a telephone number in memory dialing list:
8-Location-Trunk-Number-Flash
Where,
Location is from 00 to 95.
Trunk is either 0, 1 or 2.
Number is the telephone number (Maximum of 15 digits). Complete numbers including STD/ISD codes have to
be stored.
Use following command to clear a telephone number stored in a memory dialing list:
8-Location-Flash
Where,
Location is from 00 to 95.
Important Points:
Total 96 numbers (Location 00 to 95) be it, local can be stored in memory dialing list.
The numbers stored in first three locations 00, 01 and 02 can be dialed using quick dial codes 3, 4 and 5
respectively.
Relevant Topic:
1. Class Of Service 16
1 Lift the handset. Dial tone
2 Dial 8-Location. PROTON 205 dials out the number.
3 Speech when called party answer.
Trunk Meaning
1 First
2 Second
0 Any
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Music on Hold
Whats this?
Whenever a person is put on hold while his call is being transferred, the person gets music.
Relevant Topic:
1. Hold 23
Power Down Mode
Whats this?
During power failure, it is desirable to have trunk lines available directly on few stations. This is known as Power
Down Mode. When mains power returns, normal operation resumes. Change over from normal to power down
operation and back is automatic.
During power down mode, by default, Trunk 1 gets connected to station 21 and station 22 whereas Trunk 2 gets
connected to station 23 and station 24.
Further for trunk 1, it is possible to select either only station 21 as power down station or only station 22 as
power down station or both the stations as power down stations or even none of the stations as power down
station. Likewise, it is possible for trunk 2.
During power failure condition, calls can be made from these stations. Also the incoming calls lands on
respective stations. This way, your link with the outside world is retained even during dark outs.
How it works?
Following block diagram shows the power fail transfer function for one port:
How to use it?
To select power down stations, PROTON 205 provides four jumpers marked J11, J12, J13 and J14.
Use following table to select appropriate power down stations:
Jumper Position/Trunk J11 J12 J13 J14 Option Selected
Trunk 1 B-C B-C N/A N/A Trunk 1 doesnot land on any Station
Trunk 1 A-B B-C N/A N/A Trunk 1 lands on station 21
Trunk 1 B-C A-B N/A N/A Trunk 1 lands on station 22
Trunk 1 A-B A-B N/A N/A Trunk 1 lands on station 21 & 22
Trunk 2 N/A N/A B-C B-C Trunk 2 doesnot land on any station
Trunk 2 N/A N/A A-B B-C Trunk 2 lands on station 23
Trunk 2 N/A N/A B-C A-B Trunk 2 lands on station 24
Trunk 2 N/A N/A A-B A-B Trunk 2 lands on station 23 & 24
Telephone
connection
in the field
Station
Trunk Line
Power fail Transfer for One Port
C
C
NO
NC
NC
NO
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Relevant Topics:
1. Installation 24
2. Troubleshooting 38
Programming the System
Whats this?
PROTON 205 is a flexible system and can be programmed to suit your needs.
The PROTON 205 can be programmed for basic functions like Landing destinations, COS level to stations, Toll
Control to station, etc.
How to use it?
Programming password is 4-digit secret code used to avoid unauthorized access to programming mode.
Default programming password is 1234.
In case the programming password is forgotten, the same can be cleared to its default value. For more
details on this, please refer section System Security (Password).
System gives programming tone on entering programming mode.
Only one person can enter programming mode at a time.
User can enter in the programming mode from any station.
Steps for Programing:
It is advisable to program the PROTON 205 in following hierarchy. One may skip undesirable steps.
1. Class Of Service 16
2. Toll Control 37
3. Trunk Access 39
4. Trunk Parameters 41
5. Trunk Landing 39
6. Day and Night Zones 20
7. System Security (Password) 35
Quick Dial
Whats this?
This features provides single touch access to three frequently used numbers. Pressing 3 dials out the
telephone number stored in memory location 0. Table given below further explains it.
You may program location 00 with your residence number, location 01 with your friends number and location 02
with your Bank number. You just have to dial a single digit 3, 4 and 5 to dial out any of the number.
1 Lift the handset. Dial tone
2 Dial 19-Programming Password. Programming tone
3 Enter programming command. Confirmation tone
4 To exit programming mode, dial '0'. Dial tone
Code Telephone number dialed
3 The number stored in memory location 00
4 The number stored in memory location 01
5 The number stored in memory location 02
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How to use it?
Important Points:
The PROTON 205 dials out these numbers in pulse mode.
Quick dial numbers can be dialed from any station.
The PROTON 205 does not check COS level while dialing these numbers.
It is advisable to avoid storing STD\ISD numbers in memory locations 00, 01 and 02.
Relevant Topic:
1. Memory Dialing 30
Raid
Whats this?
Without knowledge of the called busy station, you can enter his conversation by using this feature.
The station you raid does not come to know that you have entered in his conversation unless you speak
something.
How to use it?
Raid is a sensitive feature. The System Engineer should restrict access to this feature. If a user is
allowed the access to raid, he should use this responsibly.
How to program?
Refer Class Of Service for details on how to allow Raid to a user.
Important Points:
When user raids a station, a 3-party conference ensues. All the three persons can speak and listen to each
other.
A station can be raided only if he is in 2-way speech either with a station or with a trunk. In all other cases,
raid does not apply.
Relevant Topic:
1. Class Of Service 16
Real Time Clock (RTC)
Whats this?
The PROTON 205 is equipped with built in Real Time Clock (RTC) circuit. This circuit is to be set once with
current time values. It then updates itself regularly to keep track of the time.
1 Lift the handset. Dial tone
2 Dial 3 (or 4 or 5).
3
Wait for the PROTON 205 to dial out the stored
number.
4 Speech when the called person replies.
1 Lift the handset. Dial tone
2 Dial Station. Busy tone
3 Dial 4. Speech
4 Start talking.
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However, please note that the RTC circuit can drift over a long period. Hence it is recommended to check and
reset RTC values at least once every month to correct this drift.
The PROTON 205 is programmed with current time at the time of shipping. RTC is used by the PROTON 205
mainly to offer precise Daily Alarm.
How to program?
Use following command to set time:
24-Hours-Minutes
Where
Hours = Hours in 24-hours format in two digits from 00 to 23 (leading zero must).
Minutes = Minutes in two digits from 00 to 59 (leading zero must).
Example:
Set the time of system for 9:00AM.
24-09-00
Relevant Topics:
1. Day and Night Zones 20
2. Programming the System 32
3. Daily Alarm 18
Receiving Trunk (Incoming) Calls
The PROTON 205 is very flexible in directing trunk calls. Whenever there is a ring on the trunk, the PROTON
205 senses it and directs it to one (or more) stations.
You can program different stations to receive incoming calls-one during normal office hours (day mode) and
other during after office hours (night mode).
Programmed station can receive incoming call when it is free or even when in speech with some other station.
If the programmed destination is free, it starts ringing. To answer the ring, just lift the handset and start talking.
If the programmed destination is in speech with some other station or trunk, it gets trunk call waiting tone
(repeated double sharp beeps) over his speech. The station can get connected to the ringing trunk/station by
dialing flash. The other station/trunk is put on hold and gets hold on music.
A trunk can be made to land on a station in four different ways. This is called hunting scheme. For more details,
please refer Trunk Landing.
Relevant Topics:
1. Trunk Landing 39
2. Answering Calls 11
Ring Only Once
Whats this?
Get only one ring for an incoming call. If you dont want to get distracted by a persisting incoming ring, you can
select Ring Only Once by activating this feature. If activated, you will hear only one pulse of ring. After this your
phone remains silent for 15 seconds.
If you dont answer the call within 15 seconds, you will hear one more ring pulse. All this while, the caller
continues to get ring back tone. This feature is useful when you are in a meeting with a visitor.
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How to use it?
Cancel Once only Ring
Now, your phone will ring in normal way.
Important Point:
This feature can be used only by the station having COS level (6).
Relevant Topic:
1. Class Of Service 16
Selective Trunk Access
Whats this?
The station user can access particular trunk by dialing a code. It is useful in case you have STD access on a
particular trunk.
How to use it?
Example:
To grab trunk 2, dial 62
To grab trunk 1, dial 61
Relevant Topics:
1. Trunk Access 39
2. Making External Calls 29
Station Numbers
Stations are identified by two digit numbers. PROTON 205 has stations 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25. Any station user
can access the trunk either by dialing 0. Selective trunk access codes are 61 or 62.
Relevant Topic:
1. Introduction 27
System Security (Password)
Whats this?
Programming of PROTON 205 is protected by a programming password.
Programming password is a 4-digit password. Digits 0-9,* and # are valid.
1 Lift the handset. Dial tone
2 Dial 11. Confirmation tone
1 Lift the handset. Dial tone
2 Dial 12. Confirmation tone
1 Lift the handset. Dial tone
2 Dial 6-Trunk. Dial tone of the trunk
3 Dial desired External Number.
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How to change it?
Use following command to change programming password from programming tone/mode:
21-Password
Forgot Your Programming Password?
As we have seen, programming is possible only if you know the 4-digit programming password. In case you
have forgotten the password, you cannot enter the programming mode and change settings.
In such a case, the PROTON 205 offers a solution to reset your programming password. Following steps
describes the procedure:
Switch OFF the PROTON 205.
Remove top cover of the PROTON 205.
Locate a mini jumper on the PCB (J3) near the processor.
Put the jumper in A-B position.
Connect the mains cable and switch ON the PROTON 205.
Wait for 3 seconds.
Switch OFF the PROTON 205. Remove the mains cable.
Restore the jumper (J3) in its original B-C position.
Put back the cover.
Switch ON the PROTON 205.
The PROTON 205 is ready with default password:1234.
Enter programming mode by dialing 19-1234.
Make necessary changes in the settings.
Relevant Topic:
1. Programming the System 32
System Timers
Whats this?
Following table gives details on various timers used by the system. Feature or facility associated with each timer
is also mentioned.
Important Point:
These timers are fixed and cannot be changed by the user, except flash timer.
Name Description Value (Secs.)
Call park timer It is the time after which the transferred call comes back to the
station that transferred the call.
30
Hunt timer It is the time for which the station rings when round robbin or
delayed simultaneous hunting scheme is selected.
15
Digit-digit (inter digit)
timer
The system waits for the time specified here for the next digit during
dialing or external internal numbers and features.
6
Trunk first digit wait timer The system waits for the first digit after grabbing the trunk before
going to speech state.
15
Auto call back ring timer The time for which the station rings when ACB request is served. 45
Interrupt request timer The time for which the requested station is given intrusion tone. 30
Alarm ring timer The time for which the station rings when Alarm request is served. 60
Trunk last digit to speech
(inter digit) wait timer
The system waits for this timer after the last digit before going to
speech mode. This is same as Digit-Digit timer.
6
Flash timer Please refer topic Flash Timer.
RBT timer Time for which a station rings. 45
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Technical Specifications
System Configuration and Capacity:
Station Dialing:
Trunk Dialing:
Transmission Parameters:
Toll Control
Whats this?
Toll Control can:
Restrict dialing all local telephone numbers.
Restrict dialing telephone nos. starting with 95
Restrict dialing long distance national calls (0)
Restrict dialing long distance international calls (00)
How to program?
32-Station-Level
Where,
No. of Trunks : 2
No. of Stations : 5
No. of Speech Paths : 2 Internal + 2 Trunk + 1 Tone
Type of Switching : Space division (CMOS cross point)
Type of Control : CMOS microcontroller with SPC
Pulse Dialing : 10 PPS +/-10%, 33ms/66ms
DTMF Dialing : As per CCITT recommendation Q.23
Pulse Dialing : 10 PPS +/-5%, Break=65-68ms2
DTMF Dialing : Directly from the station
Extension Battery Feed : 24VDC
Return Loss : More than 18 dB
Insertion Loss : Less than 1 dB
Interchannel Cross Talk : Better than65 dBm
Idle Channel Noise : Better than60 dBm
Extension Loop Resistance : 270 Ohms (Excluding phone)
Wiring : 0.5mm single twisted pair
Mounting : Wall mounting
Power Supply : AC 230V 10%, 50Hz
Power consumption : 10W
Temperature : 0 to 45 C
Humidity : 95% RH, non condensing
Dimensions(L*W*H) : 170x60x235mm
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Station number is from 21 to 25.
By default, all stations are given Toll Control Level 1.
Example:
Program PROTON 205 for following constraints: 95 is allowed to station 25 and 9 allowed to 22, dial
32-25-3
32-22-2
Relevant Topic:
1. Trunk Access 39
Troubleshooting
PROTON 205 is not working
Check the mains power.
Check the mains fuse F1 (315 mA).
Check the MOV MV1 (275/14).
Check for loose connection of PT3 connector.
Contact authorised Matrix dealer.
Trunk is not working
Switch OFF the PROTON 205. Check on power down stations.
Remove the trunk from the PROTON 205. Connect a telephone directly to the trunk. Check for dial tone. Dial
your friends number. Test for speech. Also check incoming ring and speech.
If the trunk is okay, it means that the problem is with PROTON.
Check line fuse F2 for trunk 1 and F3 for trunk 2.
Check MOV MV2 for trunk 1 and MOV MV3 for trunk 2.
Contact authorised Matrix dealer.
No dial tone on one station
Try replacing telephone instrument.
Check wiring of that station.
Contact authorised Matrix dealer.
Station not ringing
Check ringer volume of the telephone instrument.
Try replacing the telephone instrument.
Station found busy
Check whether hook-set is properly kept on the cradle.
Try replacing telephone instrument.
Check Wiring.
Level Description
0 No Trunk Dialing
1 Only Local Numbers allowed (except 9)
2 Local + 9 allowed
3 Local + 9 + 95 allowed
4 Local + 9 + 95 + STD allowed
5 Local + 9 + 95 + STD + ISD allowed
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Trunk Access
Whats this?
This facility provides efficient allocation of trunks to different stations.
How to program?
Use following command to program trunk access:
33-Station-Code
Where,
Station is from 21 to 25.
By default, all station are given access to both the trunks.
Example:
33-22-0
33-23-1
33-24-2
33-25-3
Relevant Topic:
1. Toll Control 37
Trunk Landing
Whats this?
An incoming call on a trunk can be made to land on desired stations. It is also possible to direct different trunks
on different stations.
Further these trunks can be made to land on different stations during day and night times.
PROTON 205 offers following four different hunting schemes during landing:
Hunting Off: Only the programmed destination will ring. The trunk ring will not be diverted to any other
station. It will continue to ring as long as there is ring on the trunk.
Round Robin: Try one station after the other if programmed destination does not answer the call in 15
seconds. All five stations are tried starting from the programmed station. Each station gets ring for 15
seconds.
Delayed Simultaneous: If the programmed destination does not respond to the trunk ring within 15
seconds, all five stations are given ring. Any of the ringing or interrupted stations can answer the call. Rings
on other stations will be stopped when the call is answered.
Immediate Simultaneous: All five stations will be given ring immediately.
Code Trunk1 Trunk2
0 No No
1 Yes No
2 No Yes
3 Yes Yes
Station Requirement
22 No trunk access
23 Trunk 1 allowed
24 Trunk 2 allowed
25 Both trunk allowed
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Please note that these hunting schemes are applicable from the station programmed. Following diagram shows
landing destination for trunk 1 as station 23 with round robin hunting scheme.
How to program?
Use following command to program the trunk-landing destination for daytime:
42-Trunk-Station
Where,
Trunk is 1 or 2.
Station is from 21 to 25.
Use following command to program the trunk-landing destination for nighttime:
43-Trunk-Station
Where,
Trunk is 1 or 2.
Station is from 21 to 25.
Default destination is 21 for both trunks as well as Night time and Day time.
Use following command to assign hunting scheme for daytime:
44-Trunk-Hunting Scheme
Use following command to assign hunting scheme for nighttime:
45-Trunk Number-Hunting Scheme
Where,
Trunk is 1 or 2.
By default, Hunting scheme is round robbin ring.
Example:
Program Trunk 1 and 2 for following constraints;
Trunk 1 should land on station 21 in daytime and should follow round robin scheme.
Trunk 1 should land on station 25 in nighttime with hunting off.
Trunk 2 should land on station 22 in daytime and should follow round robin scheme.
Trunk 2 should land on station 21 in nighttime and should follow immediate simultaneous scheme.
Solution:
Dial following commands from programming mode
42-1-21
44-1-1
Scheme Description
0 Hunting off
1 Round-Robbin Ring
2 Delayed Simultaneous Ring
3 Immediate Simultaneous Ring
Trunk 1
Trunk 2
PSTN
21
25
23
22
24
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43-1-25
45-1-0
42-2-22
44-2-1
43-2-21
45-2-3
Relevant Topics:
1. Day and Night Zones 20
2. Programming the System 32
Trunk Parameters
Whats this?
A trunk port can individually be enabled or disabled. When the PROTON 205 is being used with only one trunk
line the other trunk port must be disabled. This can be useful when a particular trunk goes out of order and
should be stopped from being allocated to a user when he dials common trunk access code 0.
How to program?
Use following command to enable/disable a trunk:
41-Trunk-Code
Where,
Trunk = 1 or 2.
Example:
Let us disable trunk 2
41-2-0
By default, all trunks are disabled.
Relevant Topics:
1. Programming the System 32
2. Trunk Access 39
Code Meaning
0 Trunk disabled
1 Trunk enabled
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Appendices
A: Features at a Glance
B: Programming Commands
Auto Call Back 2
Call Pick-up 9
Call Splitting Flash
Call Transfer Flash-Station
Cancel all Features 10
Conference Flash-Flash
Daily Alarm 17-Hour-Minute
Cancel Daily Alarm 18
Do Not Disturb 13
Cancel Do Not Disturb 14
Hold Flash
Hotline 15
Cancel Hotline 16
Internet Ready Port 69
Cancel Internet Ready Port 60
Interrupt Request 3
Last Number Redial 7
Memory Dialing 8-Location
Quick dial 3 or 4 or 5
Raid 4
Ring Only Once 11
Cancel Ring Only Once 12
Selective Trunk Access 61 or 62
Trunk Access(General) 0
Enter Programming Mode 19-Programming Password
Set Day Mode 11
Set Night Mode 12
Load Default Setup 18-Programming Password
Change Programming Password 21-Programming Password
Set current time 24-Hour-Minute
Program Manual/Auto day-night mode 25-0/1
Time for change from night mode to day mode 26-Hour-Minute
Time for change from day mode to night mode 27-Hour-Minute
Station Class of Service 31-Station-Level
Toll Control 32-Station-Level
Station Trunk Access 33-Station-Code
Station Flash Timer 34-Station-Code
Trunk Enable/Disable 41-Trunk-1/0
Trunk destination for day zone 42-Trunk-Station
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Trunk destination for night zone 43-Trunk-Station
Trunk hunting scheme for day mode 44-Trunk-Scheme
Trunk hunting scheme for night mode 45-Trunk-Scheme
Program Memory Number 8-Location-Trunk-Number-Flash
Clear number form memory 8-Location-Flash
Exit Programming Mode 0
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Glossary
Destination Extension : The station where the trunk is programmed to land (generally referred as operator).
Executive : The key person in the organization.
Executive Station : The station used by Executive. Station 21 is executive station for station 22 and
likewise.
Extension : Internal station to which a telephone is connected.
Flash : A code required to use various system features. This code can be dialed either by
tapping the hook switch of the telephone momentarily or by pressing the Flash key
of the telephone, if provided. LED: Light Emitting Diode.
Off-Hook : A condition in which the handset of the telephone instrument is lifted from the
cradle.
On-Hook : A condition in which the handset of the telephone instrument rests on the cradle.
(Idle condition of the phone).
PPM-4 : Primary Protection Module (for 4 ports).
Program Mode : Programming Mode. The entire programming of the system can be done from this
mode.
Pulse : A waveform generated by making and breaking of loop current.
Pulse Dialing : A type of signaling in which codes (digits) are dialed in pulses.
PSTN : Public Switch Telephone Network.
RTC : Real Time Clock. Date and time keeping circuit.
Secretary : The subordinate to the executive in the organization.
Secretary Station : The station used by secretary. Station 22 is the secretary station for station 21 and
likewise.
SWG : Standard Wire Gauge.
Tone : Different frequencies used for signaling.
Trunk : An external trunk line coming from PSTN.
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Index
A
Abbreviated Dialing-Please refer Memory Dialing 30
Alarms-Please refer Daily Alarm 18
Answering Calls 11
Auto Call Back (ACB) 11
B
C
Call Hold-Please refer Hold 23
Call Pick Up 11
Call Progress Tones 12
Call Splitting 13
Call Toggle-Please refer Call Splitting 13
Call Transfer 14
Calling a Station-Please refer Calling Other Station 15
Calling Other Station 15
Cancel Station Features 16
Class Of Service 16
Conference-3 Party-Please refer Conference 17
Consultation Hold-Please refer Call Splitting 13
D
Daily Alarm 18
Data Port (Internet Ready) 18
Day and Night Zones 20
Day Service-Please refer Day and Night Zones 20
Default the Configuration 21
Default Programming Password-Please refer System Security (Password) 35
Dialing Ratio-Please refer Technical Specifications 37
Different types of Tones-Please refer Call Progress Tones 12
Different types of Rings-Please refer Distinctive Rings 21
Direct Trunk Access-Please refer Selective Trunk Access 35
Distinctive Rings 21
Do Not Disturb (DND) 22
DND-Please refer Do Not Disturb (DND) 22
E
Enter Program Mode-Please refer Programming the System 32
Executive Secretary-Please refer Do Not Disturb (DND) 22
Exit Program mode-Please refer Programming the System 32
F
Flash Timer 22
G
Getting Started-Please refer Installation 24
H
Hold 23
Hotline 23
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I
Incoming Call Landing-Please refer Trunk Landing 39
Installation 24
Intercom-Please refer Calling Other Station 15
Internal Call-Please refer Calling Other Station 15
Interrupt Request 27
Internet Ready-Please refer Data Port (Internet Ready) 18
Introduction 27
J
K
L
Last Number Redial 29
M
Making External Calls 29
Memory Dialing 30
MOH-Please refer Music on Hold 31
Music on Hold 31
N
Night Service-Please refer Day and Night Zones 20
O
P
Programming the System 32
Q
Quick Dial 32
R
Raid 33
Real Time Clock (RTC) 33
Redial-Please refer Last Number Redial 29
Reminder Call-Please refer Daily Alarm 18
Receiving Trunk (Incoming) Calls 34
Restricted Dialing-Please refer Toll Control 37
Ring Destinations-Please refer Trunk Landing 39
Rings-Please refer Distinctive Rings 21
Ring Only Once 34
S
Secretary-Please refer Do Not Disturb (DND) 22
Selective Dialing-Please refer Toll Control 37
Selective Trunk Access 35
Speed Dialing-Please refer Memory Dialing 30
System Security (Password) 35
System Timers 36
System Timings-Please refer Day and Night Zones 20
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T
Time-Please refer Real Time Clock (RTC) 33
Toggle-Please refer Call Splitting 13
Toll Control 37
Toll Restriction-Please refer Toll Control 37
Tone-Please refer Call Progress Tones 12
Tone Specifications-Please refer Call Progress Tones 12
Transfer-Please refer Call Transfer 14 and System Timers 36
Trunk Access 39
Trunk Answer from any station-Please refer Call Pick Up 11
Trunk Landing 39
Trunk Parameters 41
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