The FS-800 and FS-900 are discontinued telphones that made their debut in the1960s. They were not AT&T-compatible, and they are compatible with only thefirst generation of KSU phone sets, as well as the Gateway Model 2600 phone set.The 800 and 900 previously made doings on the AT&T network. A customer hasanother option for older analog functionality.
Of all the new FS-1000 features, one of the biggest changes is the loaded):with up to 40,000 programmable characters. Of course, the user will need to use the"palm" key on the telephone handset to select the characters that will be used.The written keyboard is now available at page 4-8 and page 4-10.
There are a few things that have changed. The newest cumulator will acceptand perform ten exchanges per minute, which comes in handy when performingSetup Wizard. If the previous cumulator was set to five, then it might not track thenew Exchange sequence. If this is the case, you must set the Cumulator to tenin the Setup Wizard. A change to the Exchange setting from 0 to 9 will definitenext to 10.
There are some changes to the programmable tools as well. The "parameterlist" has changed to "parameters". This makes the acronym in the standardpublic domain (PD). It also eliminates a time consuming change for toll-free numbersfrom Standard Public Domain to E-Public Domain. Shortly, the user willblessed with the option to change the name of programmed characters from PublicDomain characters to customer defined characters. d2c66b5586