SDX INDEX TELEPHONES
Feature Packed Display Terminals - SALES SPEAK
Reflecting the stylish, simple design of our previous models, INDeX digital phones are compact, with large, comfortable keys.
The text displayed tells you exactly what functions are available at any moment, depending on the context. So, as the status of the call alters (eg: when a call is placed on hold, or pick-up is required) both the text and the function of the keys alters too, indicating the logical next step. To take it, you simply press the soft-key next to the appropriate message.
Access the INDeX
Reflecting its international nature, INDeX lets you choose from a range of languages that your feature-phone will display.
Voice Mail Access Control
Thanks to its unique integration, you may access and control INDeX Voice Manager messages from your DT3, DT4, DT5 or DT6 phone. You may also easily record a fresh greeting for your mailbox each day. No other system offers such levels of seamless integration and easy access to voice mail control.
Additional features include optional, user-defined Persuasive RingingTM which escalates cadences and volume to ensure that your customers are never left hanging on too long, and personally adjustable ringing and volume tones let you easily identify your own phone in a busy office. Plus, DT4 and DT5 phones have speed-dialling keys with dual-colour lamps which indicate whether the extension, group of extensions, or line/group of lines selected is free or engaged.
DT6 - Desk Top CTI Call Control
The DT6 has all the functionality of the DT5 but with the additional benefit of a first party CTI interface. The DT6 integrates directly with a users PC for database and pre-view dialling applications. This enables cost effective PC dialling from many Microsoft compatible applications, such as Phone Dialler, Exchange and Outlook, using Hayes AT commands.
DSS BLF (Direct Station Select/Busy Lamp Field)
The DSS BLF is a simple unit that can be mounted together with any DT or TT terminal to provide 42 additional softkeys. This allows the terminal to be used as a small switchboard or speed-dialling unit with direct visual indications of the status of the available extensions.
Last revised: December 21, 2010