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#484834 09/26/07 09:08 AM
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IP phones like the GXP-2000 have BLF buttons that indicate line status. I came up with the idea of translating this to 1A2 style phones. The BLF buttons on the IP phone are also "speed dial" as a push of the button calls the extension. I want to take an old Call Director, and wire it back to a panel that would be controlled by the IP phone's LED's. When a phone is in use, it's status button shows up as red, when not in use its green. I would use the red indication to trigger the line lamp steady. The red also flashes when ringing, I can use that pulse to trigger the incomming ring. Finally I can configure each button as a local extension on my Asterisk PBX and to autodial the remote extension. Hookflash can be my hold or I can rig something up with the original hold button. Should be interesting!


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#484835 09/27/07 10:51 AM
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the two color LEDs work according to polarity... ie - is red and + is green, you would need to design a transistor or relay circuit (with very low curent draw) an old ITT601 KSU with powersupply and interuptor would serve as a power source. and if you could get your hands on some old loop detection relays(from a 400E card) that might also help. anyhow there wil be a lot of time spent sodiering and wireing... but it could be done and would be cool

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I don't know if I'm in the right "pew" (first time user) However, I'm looking for 1A2 related MELCO KC-30 bell/buzzer selectors. Anyone out there have some? Contact Gary @[email protected] Thanks

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#484838 10/02/07 04:44 PM
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Are you trying to get busy lamps for non-1A2 phones to appear on the C.D.? Or are the busy lamps for other 1A2 phones in the system? Or am I totally misunderstanding your post? Either way,, let's hear more about it.


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