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Emerency/Elevator phone

Emerency/Elevator phone

Emerency/Elevator phone

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Can anyone offer tips for configuring an emergency/elevator phone. When the handset is lifted a predefined number needs to be automatically dialed. Any ideas will be greatly appreciated.

RE: Emerency/Elevator phone

What the problem? Have you got an analog line into the elevator?
Make change station {elevator #} and go to the page with Abbreviated Dialing. Add personal list for example to List1 and change Hot Line Destination: Abbreviated Dialing List Number: 1, Dial Code: 1. Then change abbreviated personal {elevator#} and insert your emmergency destination into the field 1. Thats all.
RGRDS

RE: Emerency/Elevator phone

(OP)
Yes there is an analog line into the elevator. I will try your suggestion as it appears that is the answer to my dilemna. Thanks

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