HICOM 100e

The Hicom 112E/118E PBX family provides ISDN BRI compatibility with DDI direct dialling.The family offers a range of facilities including calling party identity, hunt groups, conferencing, camp on, transfers, fax recognition and call logging. The Hicom 118E additionally provides account codes, alpha tagging, broadcasting, least cost routing and call barring.
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Hicom 112E basic system comprises of 0 exchange lines, 4 analogue
extensions and 4 digital extensions; expandable up to eight analogue or digital
trunk lines with thirty two extensions; using the two slots available or slave phone adapters.
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Hicom 118E basic system comprises of 0 exchange lines, 4 analogue extensions and 6 digital extensions; expandable up to 16 trunk lines and 120 extensions; using either the four slots available in basic cabinet, slave phone adapters, or additional four slots in expansion cabinet.hicom-office-point

Hicom112E features

Abbreviated dialling
Call logging
Call park
Call waiting
Calling party identity
Camp on
Conference
Direct dialling in (DDI)11111
Distinctive ringing
Do not disturb
Fax recognition
Hunt groups
Hold Transfer
ISDN compatible

Hicom118E features
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Abbreviated dialling
Account codes
Alpha tagging
Least cost routing
Automatic callback
Broadcasting
Call barring
Call logging
Call park
Call waiting
Calling party identity
Camp on
Conference
Direct dialling in (DDI)
Distinctive ringing
Do not disturb
Fax recognitionhicom-120
Hunt groups
Hold Transfer
ISDN compatible

HICOM 150E

The HICOM 150E is an Electronic, Digital, Stored Programme Controlled system. It employs Time Division Multiplexing to establish connections and A Law Pulse Code Modulation for local voice transmission.

The HICOM 150E provides both Analogue and Digital (ISDN 30, ISDN 2 and DASS 2) hicom-150-ecompatibility and an innovative user interface . Analogue connection is from the NTP to the MDF via strips connection 237A. ISDN connection is via a supplied lead which consists of an RJ45 (8 pin) plug. For DASS2, connection is made using two 75 ohm coaxial BNC connectors via the EDG box to the HICOM 150E.