Telephone 10200AR (Sceptre 120) is a MF table mounted telephone similar in appearance to
the loop disconnect Sceptre 100, but with a 16 digit display unit and revised press button
designations. Marketed as the Sceptre 120 the facilities are as follows:
- PBX recall, as supplied configured to earth loop recall but may be modified to give
- Last number re-dial, (up to 16 digits), this number may be transferred to any one of
the 12 memory stores if desire.
- Last exchange-number re-dial, e.g. when used on PABX extensions it is possible to make
extn-to-extn calls without affecting the last exchange-number re-dial memory.
The Sceptre 120 assumes that any number more than four digits long will be an exchange
line call and stores it separately.
- 12 number memory, 12 telephone numbers of up to 16 digits each may be stored under the
keypad press buttons. The Sceptre 120 will give a short 'beep' to indicate when the digits
shown in the display have been stored correctly.
NB: Stored telephone numbers can include * and # codes if required.
- Storing called number, whilst the call is in progress.
- Call timing, to display elapsed time in minutes and second; (up to one hour) during a
call until handset is restored.
- Time display, normally displayed when handset is on its rest.
- Alarm, the Sceptre 120 can be programmed to sound an alarm at any one time in a 24 hour
period, repeated at 24 hour intervals.
- Digit display, that displays:- digits as they are keyed on manually, stored numbers or
the last number keyed out.
- Incoming calls signalled by a tone ringer with adjustable volume control on the base of
NB: There is no facility for storing PBX access pauses in the Sceptre 120, PBX access
digits should be manually keyed before attempting to send any stored numbers. This also
applies to the last (exchange) Number Re-dial facility which will automatically display
manually keyed access digits from it's store, preventing them from being sent out twice.
Made for BT by Denis Ferranti Meters Ltd
Telephones 10200AR each have a Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) of 1.
A telephone with a REN of 1 has a ringer sensitivity similar to that of a standard
instrument (Telephone No. 8746G), the total REN value of all ringers connected at any time at an
installation must not exceed 4.
The REN does not guarantee compatibility between ringers of different technologies on the
To convert from earth loop to timed break recall, remove telephone cover and carefully, shift
both links from positions a-b to b-c.
Telephones 10200AR are supplied with batteries that should last at least 12 months, to
power the memory and display circuitry. The battery should be replaced when the `battery
low' indicator shows up momentarily or if the telephone gives a short bleep as the handset
is lifted. Low batteries will also result in the display appearing faint when the handset
is replaced after a call.
The telephone should be disconnected from line when batteries are being replaced. This
will result in loss of stored numbers and resetting of clock and alarm facilities.
||BT Item Code
|Telephone 10200AR Beige
|Telephone 10200AR Ice Grey
|Microphone Inset 22A *
|Microphone Inset 22A *
|Receiver Inset 3V
|Receiver Inset 3V
* Interchangeable with Microphone Inset 22B fitted in some
Telephones 10200AR are line powered and require no external power supplies for basic
operation but require batteries for any of the additional functions involving stored
number memory or timer.
Four AA sized Alkaline cells are provided with each telephone for fitting on installation
prior to connecting to line. Battery drain is typically 125 micro amps on-hook (on or off
Line), battery drain is minimal when telephone is in use.
Telephones 10200AR incorporate internal protection circuitry which will cause the Timed
Break recall signal to be masked if the line voltage is much in excess of 50 volts. This
can occur on certain System X line circuits.
Conversion to Time Break Recall
- With a cross head screwdriver remove the three fixing screws on the
base of the phone - holding both halves together.
- Turn the telephone the over so that it is the right way up and lift the
- Locate two small links to the left of the R button.
- Both links must be moved from the left left two pins, to the right two
pins as shown in the diagram to the left.
- Replace the cover.
- Holding the cases together, turn over and replace the three screws.