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Telephone Features

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The ITE-4 is a single line telephone with four feature buttons and a red line/status lamp. The line-status lamp provides a visual notification for Message Waiting, Voice Mail and Line In-Use. The four feature buttons are preprogrammed as Hold, Voice Mail, Transfer and Access. The Access button is used to initiate additional features via dialed feature codes which are annotated on the ITE-4 facemat. Ringer tone and volume are user adjustable.

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The ITE-12S is a multi-button telephone featuring 12 programmable line/feature buttons, internal speaker for on-hook dialing and  two-way speakerphone capabilities with On/Off and Microphone Mute buttons. Ringer, tone, and speaker volumes are user adjustable. LED associated with each of the 12 buttons indicates feature and line status.

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The ITE-12SD (Display) features 12 programmable line/feature buttons, an internal two-way speakerphone and a two line, 20-character LCD display.  High quality audio is incorporated into the design of the internal speakerphone. User efficiency is promoted through practical controls for Handset Volume, Speakerphone On/Off, Microphone Mute and Speaker Volume. LED associated with each of the 12 buttons indicates feature and line status. User adjustable control for ringer tone and volume are also provided.

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The ITE-30SD is a 30 button digital telephone featuring an internal high quality speakerphone, a large 40-character LCD display and an internal handset amplifier. The ITE-30SD has four fixed feature buttons programmed as Transfer, Display, Hold and Redial, and 26 buttons which can be programmed as any combination of lines or features. Feature and line status are indicated by an LED associated with each of the 30 line/feature buttons. Ringer Tone and Ringer Volume are user adjustable. Handset volume is user programmable and can be adjusted on a call-by-call basis. At the end of each call, the handset volume level is reset to the user's default level. This capability is also available for use with headsets.

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STE or analog lines are traditional touch-tone telephones. They are also used for faxes, cordless phones, conference phones, and modems. Using features requires entering codes with the keypad.
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