Toshiba Digital Telephones, DP5000-series

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The DP5000-series telephones replace the DKT3200-series telephones in the Toshiba product line.

All three generations of telephones, DKT2000, DKT3200 and DP5000, can co-exist with full functionality in one Strata CIX system with Release 5.1 software or above.

Although the DP5000-series telephones can be used on a CTX28 they will have limited functionality.

The DP5 000 telephones have three operational modes:

When connected to Release 5.1 CIX systems, they will automatically run in DP5 000 Mode.
When connected to CIX systems with older than Release 5.1 (including Release 3) the DP5000-series telephones will automatically act as DKT3200 telephones; DP5000-series telephones can also be programmed to act as DKT2000 telephones.
When connected to a PDKU card DP5000-series telephones automatically act as DKT2000 telephones.
The DP5000 Backlight feature will function on all Strata CIX or CTX systems, regardless of the system software version.


DP5000-series Telephone Illustrations



A.Status LED (message and ringing)
B.LCD Display
D.Programmable Feature Buttons
E.Message Waiting LED Button
F.Microphone LED Button
G.Speaker LED Button
I.Hold Button
K.Tilt stand
L.Off-Hook Button (Single Line





Telephones and Peripherals DP5000-series Digital Telephones

DP5008        DP501 8-S

Digital Single Line Telephone        Digital Speakerphone with 10

programmable buttons




DP5022-SDM (CIX40 only)

DP51 22-SD

Digital Speakerphone with 10 programmable buttons 4-line LCD display

DP5032-SD DP51 32-SD

Digital Speakerphone with 20 programmable buttons, 4-line LCD display with backlight option (shown with KM5020)



DP51 30-SDL

Digital Speakerphone with 10 programmable buttons, 9-line LCD display with backlight (shown with LM5020)



The DP5000 Look

Sleek low profile — less than 1-inch thick.
Black body with dark gray keys.
Metallic silver curved tilt stand with eight adjustable positions.

Large Display Area for Call Information

New LCD Technology — High Contrast LCD panel.
All LCDs are 24 characters wide.
Four lines of LCD to display call information (on the DP5022-SDM, DP5022-SD, DP5 122-SD,

DP5032-SD, and DP5 132-SD telephones).

Nine lines of LCD on the DP5 130-SDL telephone.
Advisory Messages.
Automatic Number Identification (ANI).
Caller ID, Name and Number with call history.
Contrast adjustment (13 levels).
Date/Time of Day.
Dialed Number Identification Service (DNIS Name and Number).
Feature Prompting Soft Keys that are used as an alternative to access codes or feature buttons.

Station users can access features by responding to LCD prompts.

Called Number displays on outgoing calls (1~120 seconds).

LCD Key-Strip

Integrated in the DP5 130-SDL telephone.
Integrated in the LM5 110 add-on module. This module is supported on all of the DP5000 series telephones except the DP5008.
Key labels are programmable via eManager, MyPhone Manager (both local and remote), or user programming mode.
User programmable line and trunk labels.
Feature labels – user selectable.
Ease of deployment and dynamic changes.

Backlight LCD

Available on: DP5 122-SD, DP5 132-SD, DP5130-SDL, and LM5 110.
Place the telephones anywhere: regular office, reception area, high-end home studio, hotel lounge, low-light environments, etc.
LCD backlight can be set to always on, always off or synchronized which turns backlight on anytime activity is sensed on the telephone and will automatically shut off after a period of time to conserve energy.


Mic Mute

Note Not supported on DP5008.

All models have microphone and half duplex speaker capability.
Enhanced Mute – the handset and microphone are muted simultaneously.
The MIC key on the telephones toggles between Mic and Mute. When Mic key is lit, hands free
communication is supported, when the Mic key is pressed and light is off, Mute is enabled.


Built-In Headset Interface.
Built-in Carbon Handset Interface controlled by software.
Speaker Off-hook Call Announce (OCA) for all models except on the DP5008. Speaker OCA requires the DOCA interface.

Note The CIX40 supports Handset Off-hook Call Announce (OCA) but not Speaker OCA.

On hook dialing.

Speaker Off-hook Call Announce (DOCA-1A)

Digital telephones equipped with DOCA-1A can receive Speaker OCA which enables stations to receive internal calls over their speaker while on another call using the handset. The DOCA-1A is not required in a telephone to originate OCA calls or in a digital telephone that receives OCA calls through the handset or headset.

Speaker OCA Interface (DOCA- 1A) cannot be installed in DP5008 telephones.


DP5000-Series Telephone Tilt Angles

The DP5000-series telephones, except the DP5008, have three tilt positions built into the base. There is also a tilt stand extension that adds an additional 20 degrees of tilt. When the telephone is sitting on a desk or table there are a total of six different angles of tilt available. When wall mounted there are two angles available.

The DP5008 base is fixed at 15 degrees. All other DP5000-series telephones and add-on module can tilt at 150, 27.50, 350, 400, 47.50, and 600.


Tilt Stand Extension Figure 16        DP5000-Series Desk-top Tilt Angle With Tilt-Stand Extension


0° (no) Tilt        -10° Tilt

Figure 17        DP5000-Series Wall Mount Angles



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