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Setting your System's Date and Time
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You must first determine the type of NEC or Nitsuko phone system that you have. To do this, you must locate a “part number” or “stock number” on the label on the bottom of your telephone.

Note: The part number or stock number will always consist of 5 or 7 digits. Some part numbers or stock numbers may be followed by a letter.

Refer to the list below to determine the type of phone system. Click the link to the right of the part number of your telephone.

Part # / Stock #
System Type
10900xx
Down DSX Version 3
To determine the software level, press INTERCOM and dial #*#*.
10900xx
Down DSX Versions 1 and 2
To determine the software level, press INTERCOM and dial #*#*.
091xxxx
089xxxx
92xxx
80xxx
88xxx
824xx
DSX Version 3
Telephone part numbers 10900xx

To set the time for your DSX Version 3 System:

  1. Go to extension 301.
  2. Keyset: Push Menu + 01.
    Super Display: Push Menu + Admin + Time.
  3. Enter the time (HH:MM:SS, 24-hour clock).
  4. Push Save.

To set the date for your DSX Version 3 System:

  1. Go to extension 301.
  2. Keyset: Push Menu + 02.
    Super Display: Push Menu + Admin + Date.
  3. Enter the date (DD/MM/YYYY).
  4. Push Save.
DSX Versions 1 and 2 and DS-Series
Telephone part numbers 109xxxx and 80xxx

To set the time and date for your DSX Version 1 or 2 or DS-Series System:

  1. From extension 300, dial #TD (#83).
    Do this without lifting the handset or pressing any other keys first.
  2. Enter the time in 24-hour clock using hours (2 digits), minutes (2 digits) and seconds (2 digits).
  3. Press HOLD.
  4. Enter the date using month (2 digits), day (2 digits), and year (4 digits).
  5. Press HOLD, then SPEAKER (SPK on DS-Series) to exit.
Portrait 308/824
Telephone part numbers 824xx

To set the time and date:

  1. From extension 10, press SPK + FTR + CLEAR.
  2. Dial four digits for the year (e.g., 2005).
  3. Dial *.
  4. Dial two digits (01-12) for the month.
  5. Dial (01-31) for the date.
  6. Dial *.
  7. Dial a single digit (0-6) for the day.
    Sunday = 0, Monday =1
  8. Dial *.
  9. Dial four digits for the time (24-hour clock).
    For example, dial 1305 for 1:05 PM.
  10. Dial * and press SPK.
    The telephone display shows the new date and time.
DS01/ONYX
Telephone part numbers 88xxx

To set the time:

  1. Lift handset.
  2. Press ICM.
  3. Press PGM#.
    -Your display shows, "DSS,EXT,6,9,8?."
  4. Dial T.
    -Your display shows, "SET TIME HHMMSS."
  5. Enter the hour (00-23: 0=12 midnight;
    12=12 noon; 23=11 P.M.)
  6. Enter the minutes (00-59).
  7. Enter the seconds (00-59).
  8. Hang up.

To set the date:

  1. Lift handset.
  2. Press ICM.
  3. Press PGM#.
    -Your display shows, "DSS,EXT,6,9,8?."
  4. Dial 9.
    -Your display shows, "SET DATE MMDDYY."
  5. Enter the month (01-12, 01=January; 12=December)
  6. Enter the day of the month (01-31).
  7. Enter the last two digits of the year (00-99).
  8. Hang up.
  UX5000 and Aspire
Telephone part numbers 091xxxx/08900xx

To set the time for your UX5000/Aspire system:

  1. From the System Administrator's telephone (normally extension 301), press CALL1 and dial 828.
  2. Dial two digits for the hour (24 hour)
    For example, 13=1:00 PM.
  3. Dial two digits for the minutes.
    You hear confirmation beeps.
  4. Press SPK to hang up.
  i-Series (28i/124i/124ie/384i/704i)
Telephone part numbers 92xxx

To set the time and date for your i-Series system:

  1. From the System Administrator's telephone (normally extension 301), press CALL1 and dial 828.
  2. Dial the Time and Date password.
    The password is normally 0000.
  3. Dial two digits for the year (e.g., 05).
  4. Dial two digits for the month (01-12).
  5. Dial two digits for the day (01-31).
  6. Dial the day of the week (0-6).
    0=Sunday, 6=Saturday
  7. Dial two digits for the hour (24 hour).
    For example, 13=1:00 PM.
  8. Dial two digits for the minutes (00-60).
    You hear confirmation beeps.
  9. Press SPK to hang up.
   

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