How to change the time on your phone system


Depending on the system you have in your office, the method to change the time displayed can vary greatly.  Take a look at the option below to see if you can match your system model to the ones listed.  Not sure of which system you have?  Click here to contact us and we’ll be glad to tell you.

Still changing the time manually?  Newer phone system platforms based on VoIP technology change time automatically!  Contact us for more information.

Please choose your phone system:

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MITEL Telephone Systems:

Important Note: Changes must be made from the Attendant Console for some systems.  If you do not have an attendant console, please call @ AmeriTel (800) 974-6637 for a service call.

 

MITEL 3300 ICP/MCD:

 

Note:  Newer versions of the 3300 ICP adjust time automatically for DST.

1.  Login to the system’s Group Administration Tool via a browser interface (Internet Explorer is only supported) – You must know the IP address of the system, login username and password)
2.  Click on Group Administration Tool
3.  Click on Change Date and Time
4.  On the right panel, change the date and time as needed.
5.  Click OK.

 

SX-2000 and SX-2000 MicroLight:

Setting the System Time:

To set the time from the main Console…

1. Press FUNCTION
2. Press [ATT FUNCTION]
3. Press [SET TIME]

The display will ask you to enter the time.  The time (which can be in either the 12 or 24 hour format, depending on system programming), is entered as HH:MM, where HH is hours and MM is minutes.

When two digits have been entered for the hours, the ‘:’ will automatically be displayed.

After you enter four valid digits, the display will give you the option to SET or choose for the hour you entered to be PM.

You may:

1. Press [PM] to register the time as after 12:00PM, in 12 hour format.
2. OR Press [SET] to enter the time as shown.
3. Press [EXIT]

Note:  [PM] will appear only is the 12 hour clock is programmed in the system, and the hour entered is 01-12.  [SET] will appear only if the same time has been entered correctly.  The < Key can be used to back up and correct an incorrect digit.

 

SX-200 DIGITAL, SX-200 ML & EL, 200ICP:

To change the TIME on the System:

1. Press FUNCTION
2. Press ATT FUNCTION
3. Press SET TIME
4. Enter HOUR and MINUTE, TWO Digits each (i.e. 12:01)
5. IF 12 Hour Format, enter PM
6. Press SET
7. Press EXIT

To Change the DATE on the System:

1. Press FUNCTION
2. Press ATT FUNCTION
3. Press SET DATE
4. Enter DATE, DAY, MONTH, YEAR
5. Press SET
6. Press EXIT

 

SX-50 (Analog):

1. Dial ATTENDANT FUNCTION ACCESS CODE (71 OR *) OR PRESS FUNCTION KEY
2. Dial ATTENDANT FUNCTION ACCESS CODE (14) PLUS TWO DIGIT HOUR AND MINUTE
3. EXAMPLE FOR 11:00AM: ENTER 14 PLUS 1100.

 

SX-200 (Analog):

To set the TIME:

1. Dial *5
2. The ANSWER lamp lights… the DESTINATION lamp lights
3. Dial Hours
4. Dial Minutes
5. Dial * if time is PM (not required if 24 hour clock is used)
6. DESTINATION Display shows:  Hours, minutes (and P if PM and 12-hour clock)
7. ATT lamp is lit
8. Press RELEASE Key
9. ANSWER and DESTINATION lamps go out
10. Time is now displayed on digital clock.

 

On the Sprint/Tadiran/ECI/Flexicom Coral System:

(NOTE: Codes given are for Coral software version 9 and above, some codes may be different. For example #139 may be 139 or #39)

From the designated attendant console (usually x100, but not always), enter the following code sequence:

“#188″ + Time (i.e. “1032” for 10:32 or “0134” for 1:34) + “2” for AM or “7” for PM + “#11″

 

On the Tadiran Emerald ICE Systems:

1) Press PGM # 0.

2) Enter Tenant number 1.

3) Press SAVE.

4) Enter password 9 9 9 9.

5) Press SHOW.

Press the NEXT button until SYSTEM TIME appears.

Press the SHOW button.  The Year will appear.

Enter the 2 digit year number (ie: 2002 = 02)

Press the NEXT button.  The Month will appear.

Enter the first three letters of the month.

Press the NEXT button.  The Day will appear.

Enter the number corresponding with the day of the week that you would like to assign.  For example, Sunday may be “01” or you may choose to select Monday as “01”.

Press the NEXT button.  Enter the first three letters of the day of the week that corresponds with the number that you entered in step 5.

Press the NEXT button.  Enter the hour of the day in 24-hour format.

Press the NEXT button.  Enter the minute.

Press the NEXT button.  CFW AUX1 Lamp displays.

Press the SHOW button.

Press NEXT until you get to DAYLITE SAV_T displays.  Press SHOW to toggle between Y or N.

When finished making changes, exit Administration by pressing the SPKR button twice.  Or return to the previous Administrative level by pressing the Hold button.

 

On the Panasonic DBS System:

From the designated attendant console (usually x100, but not always), enter the following code sequence:

To set the date and time:

1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The current date and time are displayed on your LCD.

2. Press the PROG key.
“F” appears on the display.

3. Dial “##.”
“Program Mode:” appears on the first line of the display; “MAIN MODE” appears on the second line.

4. Press the FF1 key.
“SELECT SUB MODE” appears on the second line of the display.

dbs

 

5. Dial “1#.”
“1:DATE 2:TIME” appears.

6. Dial “1#.”
“MONTH/DAY/YEAR” appears.

7. Enter six digits for the month, day, and year.
For example, to set the date to March 3, 1993, enter “030393.”

8. Press #.
“TIME SET MODE appears on the display.

9. Enter four digits for hours and minutes (24-hr. time).
For example, for 11:00 a.m., enter “1100.”

10. Press #.

11. Press the ON/OFF key.

The new date and time appear on the display.

 

IWATSU Telephone Systems(i.e. “Omega Phones” or other):


Enterprise-CS


The ECS system has the ability to automatically provide Daylight Savings Time changes. However, in software releases prior to version 2.10 (January 2007), the changes follow the old Daylight Savings Time standard.

 

To adjust the clock settings on ECS systems running software releases prior to 2.10, perform the following steps from an attendant station:

 

1) Press the Speaker button SPKR
2) Wait for the dial tone
3) Press the Feature button FEAT then dial 6 + 4
4) Dial the time in military time H H : M M
5) Wait for a confirmation tone
6) Press the Speaker button SPKR


Iwatsu Voice Networks provided an update to the ECS system with the release of version 2.10 to accommodate the New Daylight Savings Time dates. All software versions 2.10 and higher provide for the new time change. Contact us with questions about which software version was installed in your system.

 

ZT-D

From the operator only when idle:

1. Go off-hook and press [FEAT] + [SPKR] + [3]

2. Enter the time [HH MM] using the 24 hour military clock
3. Go on-hook

ZT-S

From the Master KT only, when idle:

1. Go off-hook and press [FEAT] + [#] + [2]

2. Enter the time [HH MM] using the 24 hour military clock
3. Go on-hook

 

ADIX & ADIX-APS

From the Operator DSS when idle:

1. Press [ICM] + [FEAT] + [6] + [4]

2. Enter the time [HH MM] using the 24 hour military clock
3. Press [SPKR]

From the Attendant Console when idle:

1. Press [ETC] + [ETC] + [ETC] + [F1]

2. Enter the time [HH MM] using the 24 hour military clock
3. Press [RLS]

 

IDS-128

From Console:

1. Press [PROG] then [3] then [SET]

2. Enter the time as HH + [SP] + MM + [SP] + [*AM] or [*PM]
3. Press [SET] then [PROG]

 

EX-816/824/1648 – Versions 1 and 2

From the Station 20 when idle:

1. Go off-hook and press [FEAT] + [5]

2. Enter the time [HH MM] using the 24 hour military clock
3. Go on-hook

 

EX-816/824/1648 – Version 3
EX-1232/2464 – Versions 1 and 2

From the Station 20 when idle:

1. Go off-hook and press [FEAT] + [8] + [1]

2. Enter the time [HH MM] using the 24 hour military clock
3. Go on-hook

 

TXX-616 and EX-616

From the Station 20 when idle and on-hook:

1. Press [0] + [3 digit password] + [program number 00]

2. Enter the time [HH MM] using the 24 hour military clock
3. Press [FWD] + [FLASH] + [FLASH]