How to Change the System Clock on your Iwatsu System

Please follow the steps below for your particular Iwatsu system.

Iwatsu Enterprise-CS

The ECS system has the ability to automatically provide daylight saving time changes. However, in software releases prior to version 2.10 (January 2007), the changes follow the old daylight saving time standard.

To adjust the clock settings on ECS systems running software releases prior to 2.10, perform the following steps from an attendant station:

  1. Press the speaker button [SPKR]
  2. Wait for the dial tone
  3. Press the Feature button [FEAT] then dial [6] + [4]
  4. Dial the time in military time [HH : MM]
  5. Wait for a confirmation tone
  6. Press the speaker button [SPKR]

An update to the ECS system was made with the release of version 2.10 to accommodate the current daylight saving time dates. All software versions 2.10 and higher provide for the new time change. Contact your dealer with questions about which software version was installed in your system.
ADIX-VS, ADIX-APS and ADIX Systems

From the operator DSS when idle:

  1. Press [ICM] + [FEAT] + [6] + [4]
  2. Enter the time [HH : MM] using the 24 hour military clock
  3. Press [SPKR]

IMPORTANT NOTE: Please note that all ADIX Systems supported the daylight saving time change based upon the prior standard. Therefore, the feature to enable daylight saving time should be set to disable in order to prevent these systems from changing the system time based upon the old daylight saving time schedule.

Enterprise TOL and ADIX TOL Systems

Time changes in all Enterprise TOLand ADIX TOLsystems are controlled by the Microsoft Windows operating system. Microsoft Windows provides for automated daylight saving time changes based upon the time zone setting at installation. If Windows is set for automatic daylight saving time change it will follow the old daylight saving time schedule and therefore should be upgraded. If the upgrade is not performed, the automatic daylight saving time update should be disabled and performed manually. Information on software patches and upgrades for Microsoft operating systems are available at www.microsoft.com. Search “daylight saving time” and you will find links to information on each Windows version. Depending on the age of theTOL system it may have been shipped with either a Windows 2000 or Windows XP operating system.

Omega-Voice VMI

The Omega-Voice VMI system (IX-4VML, VS-VML, IX-4SEVMC) does not provide an automatic daylight saving time change feature. Therefore, all Omega-Voice VMI systems require the time to be manually changed via the system editor.
ZT-D

From the operator only, when idle:

  1. Go off-hook and press [FEAT] + [SPKR] + [3]
  2. Enter the time [HH : MM] using the 24 hour military clock
  3. Go on-hook

ZT-S

From the Master KT only, when idle:

  1. Go off-hook and press [FEAT] + [#] + [2]
  2. Enter the time [HH : MM] using the 24 hour military clock
  3. Go on-hook

IDS-128

From console:

  1. Press [PROG] then [3] then [SET]
  2. Enter the time as HH + [SP] + MM + [SP] + [*AM] or [*PM]
  3. Press [SET] then [PROG]

EX-816/824/1648 – Versions 1 and 2

From the station 20, when idle:

  1. Go off-hook and press [FEAT] + [5]
  2. Enter the time [HH : MM] using the 24 hour military clock
  3. Go on-hook

EX-816/824/1648 – Version 3
EX-1232/2464 – Versions 1 and 2

From the station 20 when idle:

  1. Go off-hook and press [FEAT] + [8] + [1]
  2. Enter the time [HH : MM] using the 24 hour military clock
  3. Go on-hook

TXX-616 and EX-616

From the station 20 when idle and on-hook:

  1. Press [0] + [3 digit password] + [program number 00]
  2. Enter the time [HH : MM] using the 24 hour military clock
  3. Press [FWD] + [FLASH] + [FLASH]