Collection of indicator fault

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Have a nice day! This post describes the collection of indicator fault of UC component, including IP Phone, U19, and IAD. From the post, you can know the meaning when you see the indicator.


Table-1 eSpace 7910 and 7950 

LED 

Description

MWI LED



  • When a call comes in, the LED blinks red every second.

  • When there is an unread message, the LED blinks red every 3 seconds.

Line button LED

  • When the phone is offhook, dialing, or in an active call, the LED is steady green.

  • When a call comes in, the LED blinks red.

  • When call hold is initiated by yourself, the LED blinks green.

Headset LED


When the phone is dialing or in an active call in headset mode, the LED is steady red.

Speaker LED

When the phone is dialing or in an active call in speaker mode, the LED is steady red.

Mute LED

When the phone is muted, the LED is steady red.

Call History LED

When there is a missed call, the LED is steady red.

Programmable button LED or line button LED when the programmable button or line button is set as the Speed Dial button and the Busy Lamp Field (BLF) function is enabled

LED status (for EC6.X and UC2.X):

  • When the monitored account is in offhook, dialing, or idle state, the LED is steady green.

  • When the monitored account is in talking state, the LED is steady red.

  • When the monitored account is in ringing or calling state, the LED blinks red.

  • When the monitored account is offline, the LED is off.


LED status (for IMS+UC):

  • When the monitored account is in offhook, dialing, or idle state, the LED is steady green.

  • When the monitored account is in ringing or talking state, the LED is steady red.

  • When the monitored account is away, the LED is steady yellow.

  • When the monitored account is offline, the LED is off.

Programmable button LED or line button LED when the programmable button or line button is set as the Speed Dial button and the BLF function is disabled 

When the phone is in speed dial or talking state, the LED is steady red.

Programmable button LED or line button LED when the programmable button or line button is set as the BLF function

  • When the monitored account is in offhook, dialing, or idle state, the LED is steady green.

  • When the monitored account is in talking state, the LED is steady red.

  • When the monitored account is in ringing or calling state, the LED blinks red.

  • When the monitored account is offline, the LED is off.

Indicator status when the programmable button or line button is set as the SOA

Indicator status when the programmable button or line button is set as the SOA.

Line button LED (The line is shared by the manager and secretary.)

  • When there is an incoming call on the shared line, the LED blinks red every second.

  • When the shared line is in talking state, the LED is steady red.

  • When call hold is actively enabled on the shared line, the LED blinks red every 3 seconds.

Programmable button LED or line button LED when the programmable button or line button is set as the Call Forward button

When the call forward function is enabled on the phone, the LED is steady green.

Programmable button LED or line button LED when the programmable button or line button is set as the Do Not Disturb (DND) button

When the phone is in DND state, the LED is steady red.

Programmable button LED or line button LED when the programmable button or line button is set as the Pickup or Group Pickup button

When the pickup account has an incoming call, the LED blinks red every second.


Table-2 eSpace 8950 status icon

Icon

Descriptipon

Status icons on eSpace 8950

eSpace 8950 is not correctly connected to the network.

Status icons on eSpace 8950

eSpace 8950 is correctly connected to the network, but an IP conflict occurs.

Status icons on eSpace 8950

eSpace 8950 is connected to a USB device.

Status icons on eSpace 8950

eSpace 8950 is connected to a Wi-Fi network.

Status icons on eSpace 8950

eSpace 8950 has detected available Wi-Fi networks.

Status icons on eSpace 8950

eSpace 8950 has Bluetooth enabled.

Status icons on eSpace 8950

eSpace 8950 has DND enabled.

Status icons on eSpace 8950

eSpace 8950 has call forward enabled.

Status icons on eSpace 8950

eSpace 8950 has auto answer enabled.

Status icons on eSpace 8950

eSpace 8950 has auto callback (ACB) enabled.

Status icons on eSpace 8950

eSpace 8950 has alarms enabled.

Status icons on eSpace 8950

eSpace 8950 has missed calls.

Status icons on eSpace 8950

eSpace 8950 has unread voice messages.

Status icons on eSpace 8950

eSpace 8950 receives a conference invitation.

Status icons on eSpace 8950

eSpace 8950 is downloading data.

Status icons on eSpace 8950

eSpace 8950 has absence enabled.

This icon is supported only in the IMS+UC environment.

Status icons on eSpace 8950

eSpace 8950 has muting incoming calls enabled.


Table-3 U1980

Indicator

Identifier

Description

Power indicator (green)



POWER

Indicates the power status.

  • On: The power supply is normal.

  • Off: There is no power supply.

Running status indicator (green)





RUN

Indicates the running status of the device.

  • On: The board is faulty.

  • Blinking (at 4 Hz): The board is writing data to the Flash Memory when the system is running.

  • Blinking (at 0.5 Hz): The system runs normally.

  • Off: There is no power input, the board is faulty, or the system is starting.

Alarm indicator (red)



ALARM

Indicates the alarm status of the device.

  • Blinking (at 4 Hz): A critical alarm is generated.

  • Blinking (at 0.5 Hz): A major alarm is generated.

  • Blinking (at 0.25 Hz): A minor alarm is generated.

  • Off: No alarm is generated.


Table-4 The CVP board indicator of IAD

Indicator

Name

Color

Status Description

Power indicator


PWR



Green

  • When the indicator is steady on, the power supply is normal.

  • When the indicator is off, no power supply is received.

Running indicator

Run

Green

  • When the indicator blinks at 1 Hz, the board is being started.

  • When the indicator blinks at 2 Hz, the board is writing data into the Flash memory when the IAD196 is started or running.

  • When the indicator blinks slowly (at 0.5 Hz), the board is normal.

  • When the indicator is off, no power supply is received or the board fails to run.

Alarm indicator

Alarm

Red

  • When the indicator blinks at 2 Hz, an alarm is generated.

  • When the indicator blinks at 4 Hz, a critical alarm is generated.

  • When the indicator is off, no alarm is generated.


That is all, thanks for reading!

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SidzHuawei
Created Feb 18, 2020 08:09:32 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Good stuff!!!
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