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Link / Flash/Recall Timer for BCM50 UK Profile

Link / Flash/Recall Timer for BCM50 UK Profile

Link / Flash/Recall Timer for BCM50 UK Profile

(OP)
Hello Team Members.
Since BCM50 in UK profile has no option to select the Link/Flash/Recall timer what would it be a correct timer to set on an analog dect set in order to perform transfer and other features with the R *70 feature?

Thanks
Nikos

RE: Link / Flash/Recall Timer for BCM50 UK Profile

I believe that the "Timer" refers only to the analog Trunk features and not Station (ATA) features.
Look for Timed Break Recall under Set programming maybe if it's Internal feature you are trying to do (Transfer to a DN)

Process

External Transfer:
R plus the destination phone number

Internal Transfer:
R * 70 plus the destination DN



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RE: Link / Flash/Recall Timer for BCM50 UK Profile

Curly is spot on!.

Make sure that the phone isn't set to Earth Recall. It should be TBR.

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RE: Link / Flash/Recall Timer for BCM50 UK Profile

(OP)
Team got it working with a set that has dedicated R key.
the new analog dect sets in the market share the key with eco or other features so you have you play with time in order to achieve the correct timing on key press.
anyway it works fine on analog sets with dedicated R or flash key.

regards

Nikos

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