The Visual Indicator features allow the keyset user to view the various states (for example, ringing, hold, consult) of a line via its associated LED and to view the various states of a feature key (for example, call pickup group) via its associated LED.
This feature is controlled via the CoS endpoint.
Each line key (primary, secondary, phantom) on a keyset has a corresponding Visual Indicator (LED) to indicate the status of that line.
Table 1. Line Status LED Indicators for OpenStage and optiPoint phones
|Line Status||Line Type||LED State||Flash Rate||Comments|
|idle||primary or secondary||off||n/a||-|
|offhook / dial / busy||primary||flutter|
- or -
|This LED state is applicable to the line with the focus (see Line Focus)|
|secondary||on||n/a||This indication is given on other appearances of the active line.|
|ringing / alerting||primary or secondary||flash||500ms on|
|manual hold||primary or secondary||wink||450ms on|
- or -
This LED state is applicable to the line with the focus (see Line Focus
The LED changes only at the holding telephone; there is no change for shared views of the same line.
|unconditional call forwarding||secondary||on||n/a||This indication is given on other appearances of the active line.|
|primary or secondary||blink||50ms on|
|If this feature is active, this indication is given as long as feature status notification is also active.|
The optiClient 130 S also provides an interface which displays the state of all lines via graphical icons.
If the telephone is not an OpenStage, optiPoint, or optiClient 130 S, the user cannot see the status of shared lines other than new alerting calls.
Parent topic: Keyset Telephone