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  1. 1. EnglishAMPLIDECT 280/285 ™ AMPLIDECT285™
  2. 2. Electrical connexion :The apparatus is designed to operate from a 230V 50Hz supply only. (Classified as«hazardous voltage» according to EN60950 standard).The apparatus does not incorporate an integral power on/off switch. To disconnectthe power, either switch off supply at the mains power socket or unplug the ACadaptor. When installing the apparatus, ensure that the mains power socket isreadily accessible.Telephone connexion :Voltages present on the telecommunication networkare classified TNV-3 (Telecommunication Network Voltage) according to theEn60950 standard. For product support and help visit our website at www.geemarc.com telephone + 44 01707 384438 or fax + 44 01707 372529 UGAMPLIDECT280/285™UK_ED03
  3. 3. General information ContentsGUARANTEE Prior To Use 1 Basic Functions 14From the moment your Geemarc product is purchased, Geemarc guarantee it for the period of Congratulations 1 Making a call 16one year. During this time, all repairs or replacements (at our option) are free of charge. Should Safety Precautions 1 Receiving a call 17you experience a problem then contact our helpline or visit our website Unpacking 3 Muting the Microphone 18at www.geemarc.com.The guarantee does not cover accidents, the presence of liquid, Phone Layout and Key Function 4 Amplification function 18negligence or breakages to any parts. The product must not be tampered with or taken apart byanyone who is not an authorised Geemarc representative.The Geemarc guarantee in no way Key Description 7 Ringer Setting 19limits your legal rights. LCD Window Icons Description 10 Last Number Redial 20 Connecting Lines 11 CID Book 22IMPORTANT: YOUR RECEIPT IS PART OF YOUR GUARANTEE AND MUST BE RETAINED AND 11 Installing Batteries Torch 24PRODUCED IN THE EVENT OF A WARRANTY CLAIM Charging Handset 12 key lock 24Please note: The guarantee applies to the Unite Kingdom only. Using Handset Carrying Clip 13 Auto Answer 25 Using Headset (optional) 13 Selecting a Language 25DECLARATION 14 Wall Mounting HS Name 26Hereby Geemarc Telecom SA declares that this product is in compliance with the essential Turning Handset On/Off 15 Range Alarm 26requirements and other relevant provisions of the Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Paging 27Equipment Directive 1999/5/EEC and in particular article 3 section 1a, 1b and section 2. The Dial Mode 27telephone does not operate if the line current is lower than 18 mA. Handsfree 28The declaration of conformity may be consulted at www.geemarc.com Flash Signal 28
  4. 4. Contents If you subscribe to a DSL serviceAdvanced Functions 29 Feature List 56 Please attach a noise filter (contact your DSL provider) to the telephone line between the base unit and the telephone line jack in the event of the following:Menu Navigation 29 - Noise is heard during conversations.Menu Map 30 Troubleshooting 58Phone Book 31 - Caller ID features do not function properly.One-Touch Memories 34BS Settings 35 Answering System Solutions 59 (AMPLIDECT285™only)HS Settings 37Registration 42Calling with more than one 43Handset Technical Specifications 60Caller ID on call waiting 45 To single-line telephone jackTAM Functions 46(AMPLIDECT285™only) Noise filterAnnouncement 46Message 49TAM Setting 51Remote Control 55
  5. 5. Technical Specifications Prior To Use Congratulations Frequency Range 1.88~1.90GHz on purchasing our high quality product. Please read the manual carefully to find out about all features available and how your telephone Channels 120 Duplex channels functions. In doing so you will get the best out of your new phone. Carrier Power <250mW Modulation GFSK Safety Precautions Frequency Stability < ¡ 50 Khz To reduce the risk of electrical shock and injury, please follow these basic safety precautions before Charging time 15 hours using the phone. Ambient temperature Normal: 15¡ ~ 35¡, Extreme: 0¡ ~ 40¡ 1. Carefully read and observe the instructions in this manual. Humidity 0%~90% 2. Follow all warnings marked on the unit. Weight (grams) Base: 197; Handset: 117.4 3. When cleaning, unplug the phone first, then use a damp cloth to wipe. Do not use liquid or aerosol Dimensions (mm) cleaners. Base: 124.4 x 114 x 78; Handset: 133 x 46 x 19.5 4. Do not place objects on the line cord that may cause damage. Power Supply Base input: 7.5V, 500mA; Handset input: Ni-MH 1.2V x 3 , 600mA 5. Do not use this phone in wet surroundings or environments where there is a risk of explosion. 6. Avoid spilling of any liquid on the phone.Design and specifications are subject to change without notice 60 1 1
  6. 6. 7. Unplug this phone from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel only. Answering System Solutions (AMPLIDECT285™ only)8. Pay attention to the polarity of the batteries, insert the rechargeable batteries in accordance with polarity symbols (this instruction is found in the installing batteries section.) Cannot hear messages, beep, etc.9. Never use other ordinary batteries or conventional alkaline batteries. This may not only cause Adjust announce volume. personal injuries but damage to the unit.10. Do not mix exhausted batteries with full batteries. Exhausted batteries should not be disposed of with the usual household waste or in a fire. The system always plays Announce2.11. If you are sure you will not be using the handset over a month, please remove the batteries from Answering system memory may be full. Erase some messages. the battery compartment.12. Use only the power supply indicated in the Users Manual. Incoming messages are incomplete.13. Keep the phone out of the reach of children. Answering system memory is full. Erase some messages.14. Use the phone only in the described manner.15. Stop using the phone if it becomes damaged. 56 2 59
  7. 7. Troubleshooting Unpacking Once you have unpacked your phone, make sure that all the parts shown below are available. If any pieces are missing or broken, please promptly call your dealer. Symptom Check & Remedy Check that the power adapter is properly connected. No operation Check that the telephone line cord is properly connected. Check that the handset batteries in full power. Check that the handset batteries are installed properly. No dial tone Check that the telephone line cord is properly connected. Check that the power adapter is properly connected. Base Handset Users manual Nothing appears Check that the handset batteries are installed properly. on the display Check that the handset batteries have full power. Check that the handset is on. Handset seems Check the charge contacts. to have very short Consistently short battery life may indicate that replacement of the batteries is necessary. battery life Make sure the right batteries are used 3 AAA Ni-MH Adapter* Carrying clip Line cord* Caller’s number Make sure you have subscribed to a Caller ID service via your network provider. batteries is not displayed The caller may have withheld their details. Let the phone ring a couple of times as there may be a delay in receiving the Caller ID information. * The shape of the plugs can vary according to each country’s specification.58 3
  8. 8. Phone Layout and Keys Function Feature List (continued)Handset Note: Visual ringer The caller ID feature is only available if you subscribe to a Caller Display service fromEarpiece One-touch your network provider. Memories M1 to M4 Carrying clipUp key TAM Functions (AMPLIDECT285™only) Digital Answering SystemLeft key Display Natural Sound Voice Prompting, for Week Speaker /Time Stamp and Voice Instructions Right soft keyLeft soft key Maximum 15 Minutes of Recording Time Right key which includes Incoming MessagesDial key Digital Volume Control End key 1 2 3 A B C D E F Battery Toll Saver FunctionAlphanumeric compartment 4 G H I J 5 6 K L M N O Down key cover Multiple Languages keys Remote control W 7 T P Q R S 8 9 U V X Y ZStar key Hash key Answer on/off selection and 0 announcement New message alert Week date setting Microphone Charging contacts4 57
  9. 9. Feature List Phone Layout and Keys Function (continued)1.8GHz DECT technology with GAP Redial, Flash, PauseLarge 2.0" LCD (128 x 64 dots matrix DTMF/PULSE dialing mode selectabledisplay) FLASH time selectableUp to 5 handsets for optional for one base Call duration displayUp to 4 bases for optional for one handset Real time clock (set time)LCD contrast adjustable Keypad lock Tone ControlPhonebook with up to 50 groups Multiple languages selectable Volume Control Amplify (AMP)10 VIP numbers setting from phonebook Auto answer ON/OFF selectable ButtonRedial book with up to 10 entries Alarm clock include snooze option10 ring tones and volume selectable Handset Name setting(5 levels+off) Backlight on LCD and keypad Headset JackShaker and visual ringer4 one-touch memory speed dial buttons Caller IDKey tone ON/OFF selectable FSK and DTMF dual system Caller IDFull handsfree speakerphone Caller ID / Call WaitingInternal call Caller ID list with up to 40 entriesCall transfer Incoming calls can be called back/added3-way conference call to phonebook/deletedReceiver/Speaker volume adjustable New call indicator AMP :Extra amplification on handset up to 15dB Tone : Adjustable tone control (Hi/Normal/Low)Mute Message waitingPIN protection Vol +/- : Adjustable volume control with thePredialing headset or on handsfree mode56 5
  10. 10. Phone Layout and Keys Function (continued) Remote Control (AMPLIDECT285™ only) 53 Base : AMPLIDECT285™ Base : AMPLIDECT280™ You can access many features of your answering Remote access commands Speaker machine remotely from any touch tone telephone. Button Function A four-digit security code (remote code) is Play the main menu Paging required to access the system and the factory default one is 0000. To enter remote access: Play the new messages Charge pins Charge pinsAnnounce 1/2 1. Dial your telephone number from any touch Play the saved messages tone telephone. Delete all the messages 2. When the Announce1/Announce2 starts to Switch the answering machine on/off Erase messageSpeakerphone play, you may enter the remote access mode Record Announce1/2 (Depends on yoursetting Previous Message/ by inputting the remote code. setting) Next message 3. After you enter the remote code, the system When you press or key to play back the will play the menu of commands. You can then messages, press to replay current message, Tam On/Off Play/Stop follow the commands to operate. press to stop, press to delete current Base display message. Rear View After you record the Announce1/Announce2, press Microphone Paging Note: the key or the key to finish. The system If you enter the remote code incorrectly the answering machine will ask you to enter the will play the announcement you have recorded. code again. You are then given two more Note: attempts to enter the correct remote code You had better stop playing message before Power Jack Phone Line Jack before the line is disconnected. hanging up. 6 55
  11. 11. TAM Reset Week Date Setting Keys DescriptionThis function allows you to reset the TAM settings Before each message is played, the week and time Handsetto the factory default. it was received will be announced. You are able to Dial key use the base to set the week date. Make/Answer a call.1. Press the TAM soft key in Standby mode.2. Press the key repeatedly to choose TAM In the active mode (all lights on) press and hold End key Setting, use the Select key to confirm. the key on the base until the current setting is End a call. announced. Press the key repeatedly to set, Long press to activate power on/off, as described in page 13.3. Press the key to choose the TAM Default, press the Select soft key. You will be use the key to confirm. Every time you press Navigation key: prompted to enter the PIN code. the key, the system will announce the Up key corresponding week date. Scroll up through lists and menu options.4. Enter the PIN code (the default one is 0000), Increase the earpiece/speakerphone volume during a call. then press the Reset soft key. If the PIN code Note: Enter the CID book, as described in page 20. is validated all TAM settings will return to the If you remove the battery or pull out the factory default, otherwise a warning tone will adapter, you need to set the week date Down key be heard and the settings will remain. again. Scroll down through lists and menu options. Decrease the earpiece/speakerphone volume during a call.Result: After resetting, the TAM will return to Enter the Phonebook, as described in page 30. Standby mode. Left key Set up an internal call to another handset. Transfer an incoming call to another handset. Set up a conference call with an external line and an internal handset. 54 7
  12. 12. Keys Description (continued) Voice Prompt Language Remote Code You are able to select the language used to play To operate your answering machine remotely from the voice prompt messages. another phone you need to enter the remote code. Right key 1. Press the TAM soft key in Standby mode. For security reasons you had better change this Enter the redial book, as described in page 18. Insert a pause when pre-dialing a number. code (the default one is 0000). For more details 2. Press the key repeatedly to choose TAM please refer to part. Remote Control. Setting, use the Select key to confirm. Left/Right soft key 1. Press the TAM soft key in Standby mode. Perform the functions indicated by the text immediately above the key (on the 3. Press the key repeatedly to choose TAM bottom line of the display) which changes dependant on the context. Language, press the Select key. 2. Press the key repeatedly to choose TAM Setting, use the Select key to confirm. 4. The languages will be displayed. Use the Star key 3. Press the key repeatedly to choose Press and hold to turn on/off keypad lock function. key to scroll through the options. Each language will be displayed in its own native Remote Code, press the Select key. Set up a conference call, as described in page 41. translation. 4. The LCD shows the current remote code. EnterM1 ~ M4 One-touch memories You can store up to 4 numbers in One-touch memories (M1 to M4) 5. Press the Select key to choose the required the new code you want to set, press the OK key. language and you will hear a confirm beep. 0 key In Standby mode press and hold this key until the icon appears to activate the shaker and visual ringer function. Press and hold this key again until the icon disappear to deactivate it.8 53
  13. 13. Answer mode Select Set the ring delay Keys Description (continued)The answering machine operates in two modes, The ring delay is the number of rings after the Base (AMPLIDECT285™ only)"answer and record (Announce1)" or "answer answering machine takes an incoming call and Answer on/off keyonly (Announce2)". Each mode comes with a pre- plays your announcement. You can select from 2 Press to turn on or off the answer-record feature and the phone announcesset announcement that is played to your callers. to 6 rings or Toll Saver mode. If you select Toll "Answer on" or "Answer off".You can choose the desired mode as follows: Saver, when there are new messages waiting to Annc1/Annc2 key1. Press the TAM soft key in Standby mode. be played back, the answering machine will Press to start playing the Announce1 or Announce2. respond after 3 rings, otherwise it will respond Press and hold to record the Announce1 or Announce2.2. Press the key repeatedly to choose TAM after 6 rings. Setting, use the Select key to confirm. Play/Stop key 1. Press the TAM soft key in Standby mode.3. Press the key repeatedly to choose ANNC Press to start or stop the message or Memo playing. Select, press the Select key. 2. Press the key repeatedly to choose TAM Setting, use the Select key to confirm. Del key4. Use the key to choose Announce1 or When playing an ICM (incoming message), press and hold to delete the current Announce2, press the Select key. 3. Press the key repeatedly to choose Set message. Ring, press the Select key. In the active mode (all lights on) press and hold this key to delete all the messages. 4. Use the key to choose the answer rings (2 Notes: If you choose Announce2, the caller hears Rings ~ 6 Rings or Toll Saver), press the Repeat/Skip key your announcement but will not be able to Select key. Press to play the current or next message. (Press the Repeat key twice to play the leave a message. previous message.) The Announce2 is also played when your answering machine becomes full. Volume up/down key When playing announcement or messages, press to increase or decrease the relevant volume. 52 9
  14. 14. LCD Window Icons Description TAM Setting (AMPLIDECT285™ only) TAM On/Off TAM Alert New Call Signal Icon Indicates you have missed one Indicates the current signal You are able to switch the answering machine on A tone will sound every 1 minute when a new or more calls. strength. If the handset is too far or off. message is received until you review the message. from the base, this icon will blink Way 1: Using the menu You are able to switch the tone on or off. MSG Waiting on the LCD. 1. Press the TAM soft key in Standby mode. 1. Press the TAM soft key in Standby mode. Indicates you have one or more voice messages. 2. Press the key repeatedly to choose TAM 2. Press the key repeatedly to choose TAM Alarm Icon Setting, use the Select key to confirm. Setting, use the Select key to confirm. Off Hook This icon appears when you set 3. Press Select key again to choose TAM 3. Press the Down key to choose TAM Alert, Indicates the line is engaged. an alarm to ring at a specified On/Off. press Select key. time. Hands-free 4. Use the key to choose On or Off, press 4. Use the key to choose On or Off, press Indicates the handsfree function the Select key. the Select key. Keypad Lock is enabled. This icon appears when the keypad is locked. Way 2: Using the base unit Battery Icon In the active mode (all lights on) press key Indicates battery charge level. ICM Icon (AMPLIDECT230™ only) on the base unit to enable or disable this Shaker Icon This icon appears when you have function, the current state will be announced. Indicates the shaker and visual new message(s) in your ringer is enabled. answering machine10 51
  15. 15. Delete all the messages Record the memo Connecting LinesWay 1: Using the menu You can use your phone to record memo messages (each can be up to 3 minutes) for 1. Connect one end of the phone line cord to the phone1. Press the TAM soft key in Standby mode. another user of your phone. The memo can be line jack of the base, and the other end to a2. Press the Down key to choose Message, use standard phone wall outlet. played back as a message. the Select key to confirm. 1. Press the TAM soft key in Standby mode. 2. Connect the modular end of the AC power adapter to3. Press the key repeatedly to choose Delete All, press the Select key to confirm. 2. Press the Down key to choose Message, use the power jack of the base, then plug the AC adapter the Select key to confirm. into a standard AC wall outlet.4. The LCD will show Confirm ?. Press the OK To AC wall outlet key to delete all the messages or press the 3. Press the key repeatedly to choose Memo To phone wall outlet Cancel key to exit. Record, press the Select key to confirm.Way 2: Using the base unit 4. You can record your message after a tone. Installing BatteriesIn the active mode (all lights on) press and hold Recording will stop automatically after 3 The rechargeable Ni-MH batteries (AAA size) come withthe key to delete all the messages. The minutes. You can also confirm and end the your phone. Install the battery before using yourrelevant voice prompting will be heard, too. If you recording by pressing the OK key. During phone.press and hold this key during the playing, the recording the LCD shows "Recording...".current message will be deleted. 1. Slide the battery cover in the direction of the Note: arrow and pull it off. Note: If someone leaves you a memo, the icon Up to 15 minutes messages can be recorded. will appear in the standby mode on the LCD. 2. Insert new batteries as indicated, matching correct polarity (+,-). 50 11
  16. 16. Installing Batteries (continued) Notes: Message (AMPLIDECT285™ only) The batteries need to be replaced The feature allows you to leave a message to the 4. The phone will announce "You have N new3. T o r e p l a c e t h e b a t t e r y if they do not recover their full owner who is not at home. When a call is received message(s)" or "You have N saved cover, slide the cover up storage capacity after recharging. in answer-record mode, the machine will play message(s)". The relevant messages will be until it snaps in place. When replacing the batteries, Announce1, and then performs message played one by one. You can use the key always use good quality Ni-MH recording. The process is as follows: to delete the current message or the Back soft AAA re-chargeable batteries. After N times ringing, the phone enters answer- key to stop the playing and exit. Never use other types of battery. record mode automatically and starts to play Way 2: Using the base unit Announce1. The caller can start to record after a When you have one or several new messages, tone. press the key to play it/them. Use the or Play New/Saved Messages Key to play the desired one. Press the key Charging Handset Way 1: Using the menu once to re-play the current message or press it! Important Note: Before initial operation, YOU SHOULD FULLY twice to play the previous one. If there is no new 1. Press the TAM soft key in Standby mode. CHARGE THE HANDSET for about 15 hours. messages, press the key to play the saved 2. Press the Down key to choose Message, useTo charge the handset, place it on the base. messages. Press the key again to finish. the Select key to confirm.Result: When you place the handset on the base, the handset 3. Press the Select key again to choose New Note: automatically turns on. MSG or press the Down key to choose Saved During the playing, you can use the or MSG, press the Select key to confirm. key to adjust the volume. 12 49
  17. 17. Play Announce1/Announce2 Restore Announce1/Announce2 Using Handset Carrying ClipYou can play the current Announce1/2. Way 1: Using the menu The supplied handset carrying clip allows you to 1. Press the TAM soft key in Standby mode. conveniently carry the handset with you. It clipsWay 1: Using the menu 2. Press the Select soft key to choose Announce. easily to your belt, waist band, or shirt pocket.1. Press the TAM soft key in Standby mode. 3. Press Select soft key to choose Announce1 or If you want to remove the carrying clip:2. Press the Select soft key to choose Announce. press the Down key to choose Announce2,3. Press Select soft key to choose Announce1 or Insert a screw driver along the edge of one of then press the Select key to confirm. press the Down key to choose Announce2, its arms and release the clip. Then lift it off. then press the Select key to confirm. 4. Press the key repeatedly to choose Default, press the Select key to confirm.4. Press the Select soft key to choose Playback. 5. The LCD will show Confirm ?. Press the Select5. The current Announce1/2 will be played. During the process you can use the Back soft key to key to restore the default Announce1 Using Headset (optional) /Announce2 or press the Back key to cancel. stop and exit. The headset jack is located in the left side of the EarphoneWay 2: Using the base unit Way 2: Using the base unit handset and is 2.5mm standard plug. Simply plugIn the active mode (all lights on) press the or the headset into this jack and the headset will be In the active mode (all lights on) press the or Microphone activated. Headset Jackaaa key on the base unit to playback the current key to play Announce1/2, then press and holdAnnounce1/Announce2. Use the key to end the Clip the key to restore it to the default one, you Note:playing at any time. will hear a confirm tone. The default Announce1 or When the headset is plugged into the headset jack Announce2 will be played back after that. the microphone on the handset will be deactivated. 48 13
  18. 18. Wall mounting Record Announce2 Use the base to record Announce1 Announce-only Announce2 is an answer-only /Announce2Place the plate for wall mounting under the telephone. message. If you have not recorded a personal Press and hold the or key on the base unitDrill 2 holes in the wall 60 mm apart, insert the wall Announce2, the unit will play the default one until the system announce. Begin speaking afterplugs and the wall mounting screw. The screws shouldprotrude 6-7 mm. Fit the base onto the screw-heads "Hello, your call cannot be taken at the you hear the beep. Use the key to finish at anyand slide down to secure. moment, please call back later". time. Mounting Pins If you want to change Announce2, do the following steps to update it: Notes: Piece of wall When recording the announcement, speak 1. Press the TAM soft key in Standby mode. mounting towards the microphone on the base. In 2. Press the Select soft key to choose order to achieve the best recording results Announce. please make sure you are about 20cm from the microphone. 3. Press key repeatedly to choose If you record/playback/restore Announce1 or Announce2, then press the Select key to Announce2, the answer mode (refer to part. confirm. Answer mode Select) will be switched to 4. Press the key repeatedly to choose the corresponding mode automatically. Record, press the Select soft key. 5. You can record your message after a tone. Recording will stop automatically after 3 minutes. You can also confirm and end the recording by pressing the OK key. During recording the LCD shows "Recording...". 14 47
  19. 19. TAM Functions (AMPLIDECT285™ only) Turning Handset On/Off If the handset is in power off mode, when you Note: Announcement (AMPLIDECT285™ only) place the handset on the base, it If the handset is successful in finding a automatically turns on. To turn the handset on base, the handset will enter the StandbyIt is necessary to record the announcement which 2. Press the Select soft key to choose Announce. or off in Standby mode, follow these steps: mode, the display will show handsetrequests the caller to leave a message when 3. Press Select key again to choose Announce1. number and the handset name (if younobody is at home. The answer and record 1. To turn on the handset when its off, press 4. Press the key repeatedly to choose have one saved as described on page 24),message (Announce1) and the answer only and hold the key until you switch the Record, press the Select soft key. signal icon, battery icon and current time.message (Announce2) can be up to 3 minutes display on. On power up, the handset will If the handset is not successful in finding arespectively. 5. You can record your announcement after a enter subscription mode and search for a base, the handset will behave according to tone. Recording will stop automatically after 3 registered base. A message as shownRecord Announce1 the Out Of Range condition. minutes. You can also confirm and end the below will be displayed to the user, and theAuto-answer Announce1 is a conventional recording by pressing the OK key. During signal icon will flash.message requesting you to leave a message. If recording the LCD shows "Recording...". 2. To turn the handset off, keep the keyyou have not recorded a personal Announce1, the pressed until the display turns off.unit will play the default one "Hello, your callcannot be taken at the moment, to record Note:your message, please speak after the tone". Nothing will appear on the LCD when battery Searching... power is very low. YOU SHOULD FULLYIf you want to change Announce1, do the CHARGE THE HANDSET BEFORE USING.following steps to update it:1. Press the TAM soft key in Standby mode. 46 15
  20. 20. Basic Functions Caller ID on call waitingAll descriptions in this manual assume that the handset is in standby mode. Set the telephone to standby When you subscribe to Call Waiting service Note:mode by pressing the key. from your local telephone company, the If you have transferred an external call to telephone will display the name and number another handset, you cannot use the call Making a Call of the second caller while you are having a waiting function via the second handset.1. Pick up the handset and press the key. You can enter the desired phone number in conversation.Making a call Standby mode, which allows you to make Caller ID info displayed Caller twos informationResult: The icon appears on the LCD. corrections before dialing. Follow these is displayed steps: Caller 12. Dial a telephone number. 4361234 Caller 1 1. Enter a telephone number (up to 32 4 Note: digits). Check it. You can also use the Caller 2 You can store up to 10 telephone numbers in Right key to insert a pause. 2915678 4 direct memory for automatic dialing. Note: 1.When you are on the line, the telephone will If you make a mistake while entering a3. To end the call, either press the key automatically display the name and number of number, press the Erase soft key to or replace the handset on the base. the second caller. clear the last digit. 2.Press the Flash soft key to answer the second Note: 2. When the number appears correctly, press caller. To make a call to the last number you dialed, use the Redial feature. For details, see page the key. 18. 3.When you have finished, press the Flash soft key to continue with your conversation with the first caller. 16 45
  21. 21. Setting up a 3-way conference call Receiving a CallWhen you have both an external call and an When a call is received, t he New Call Result: After you hang up the call, the LCDintercom call in progress, you can set up a three- information will appear. displays the call duration.way conference call, like this: If the caller can be identified, the callers1. During an external call, press the key and Notes: phone number is displayed. If the caller then the number of the handset you want to You can select the ringer volume by using the cannot be identified, only the New Call join the 3-way call. Vol +/- key when the phone rings with an information displays. If you have a voice incoming call. message, the "MSG WTG ON" and icon2. The called party press key to answer. If you want to delete the icon, press the will be show on the LCD. Up key in standby mode, then press and hold3. The calling party can press the key to the 4 ghi key. After that press the key to 1. To answer the call, press the key. If start the 3-way call. return to standby mode. (The handset must you have activated the Auto Answer4. Either of the two internal handsets can press function, when the handset is on the be registered to the base.) the key to leave the conference call at base, simply lift it up to answer. If the polyphonic ring tone is set, the ring any time. tone may continue for 4 seconds after the 2. You can speak. To end the call, either callers hang-up or after the parallel phone press the k ey or replace the handset had answered the calling. Note: If one of the handsets drops the conference on the base. call, the remaining handsets will continue the conference. 44 17
  22. 22. Muting the Microphone Calling with more than one HandsetDuring a conversation, you can temporarily To mute your microphone, press the Mute soft If you have more than one handset registered to Note:switch your phones microphone off, so that the key during the conversation. The "Call Muted" the same base, you can make internal calls and During the internal call, if an external comesother party cannot hear you. appears on the LCD. transfer an external call between the registered in, the LCD will show the callers number. handsets. You should press the key to end theExample: You want to say something to another internal call first then press the key to person in the room but do not want To unmute the microphone, press the Mute soft Making an internal call answer the call. the other party to hear you. key again. You will restore the normal condition. Call transfer between handsets 1. Press the key, the LCD displays as follows, then enter the number of the handset you You can transfer an external call between the want to call. handsets that are registered to the same base. Amplification Function IntercomYour phone is equipped with a specialized When you press the key in receiver mode 12345 1. During an external call, press the key and during a conversation, the Amplify indicator on the then the number of the handset you want toamplification function designed to fit your 2. If the destination handset is not available, the handset lights on. If you press the key again, transfer the call to.needs. During a conversation you can adjust handset will return to standby mode. If the the indicator will go out.the + or - control on the left side of the handset entered is valid, the called handset 2. If the called party can answer your call, he/shehandset and use the key on the right will ring and display HSX Calling. The handset can press the key to talk with you. At You can also select the earpiece volume or theside. You can also adjust the control to fit speaker volume by the Audio Setup in Menu user can press the key to answer the this time you can inform him/her of thethe levels to your hearing requirements. The under HS Settings, as described in page 38. internal call. incoming call.selected volume will be displayed on the LCD. 3. At the end of your conversation, press the 3. When the called handset answers, press the key. key or replace the handset to the base to complete the transfer. 18 43
  23. 23. Registration Ringer SettingThe supplied handset is already registered with 4. If the base is found, and the handset is You can select your own external (from the Result: You can select the ring tone fromthe number 1. You can register up to 5 handsets successfully registered, you will be prompted telephone Network) or internal (from other Melody 1 to 10 or adjust the volumeto your base unit in order to share the same line to enter the PIN code (the default one is handsets registered to the same base) ring from Volume 1 to 5. You can also turnwith other people. 0000). On validation of the PIN code, the tone and adjust the volume. the ringer Off. Each time you press Registration tone will sound and the Base the key, the handset sounds theBefore registering a handset to the base, you 1.Press the Menu soft key. selected melody or loudness. assigns a number to the handset. If the PINshould press and hold base unit key for code entered is invalid, a warning tone will 2.Press the key repeatedly to choose HS 6.Press the Save soft key to confirm.about 5 seconds then release it. sound, and the handset will return to the Settings menu, then press the Select soft1. Press the Menu soft key. previous registration state. key. Note: 5. If the base is not found, the handset will If you set to turn the ringer OFF, when a2. Press the key repeatedly to choose 3.Press the key to choose Ring Setup, behave according to the Out of Range call comes in, only the New Call the Registration menu, press the Select press the Select soft key. condition. information appears on the LCD. soft key. 4.Press the Select soft key to choose INT3. Use the key to scroll through the Base Ring or press the Down key to choose EXT names list, press the soft key to choose a Ring, press the Select soft key. base. The handset will search for the 5.Press the key to choose Melody or requested base and the relevant information Volume, press the Select soft key. will flash on the LCD. 42 19
  24. 24. Last Number Redial Amplified Your phone is equipped with a specialized1. Press the key in Standby mode. Notes: amplification function designed to fit your If no numbers are found, "Empty" is needs. If you switch this function on, theResult: The LCD displays the last number you displayed. handset receiver volume adjustement is 15- dialed. When the redial book is full, each time you 30dB. Otherwise the receiver volume dial a new number, the oldest number adjustement is 0-15dB.2. Press the key to dial out the number. stored in the redial book is automaticallyYour phone allows you to retrieve the last 10 erased, and it is updated. 1. Press the Menu soft key.numbers you have dialed and recall them 2. Press up key or down keyquickly. repeatedly to choose HS Setting, the press the Select soft key.Search for and dial a number in 3. Press up key or down key toRedial Book choose Amplified menu, press the Select soft key.1. Press the key in Standby mode. 4.You can use up key or down key to2. If you want to scroll through the memory, choose On or Off to enable or disable the press the key repeatedly until you function. find out the number you want to dial. 5. Press the Save soft key.3. Press the key to dial out the number. 20 41
  25. 25. Selecting a Base HS Reset Use Redial Book options Note: At step 3, when you select Delete orThis function allows you to select a base from This function allows you to reset the Handset Using the redial book options, you can add a Delete All options, a message "Confirm ?"those already registered to the handset. You can settings to the factory default. number to phone book or delete a number in will further ask you to confirm the deletion.access the options by scrolling the menu. the redial book. To confirm press the Del or Del All soft 1. Perform steps 1 and 2 of paragraph "Setting key, to escape press the Cancel soft key.1. Perform steps 1 and 2 of paragraph "Setting Alarm". 1. Press the key. Alarm"p37. 2. Press the key to choose the HS Reset 2. Scroll to the desired number by using the2. Press the key to choose Select Base menu, press the Select soft key. You will be key. menu, press the Select soft key. prompted to enter the PIN code. 3. When the number appears on the display, press the More soft key to choose the3. You can use the key to select the base 3. Enter the PIN code (the default one is 0000), desired option: you want, then press the Select soft key. If then press the Reset soft key. If the PIN code Add to PB: allows you to add the number to the you select a non-existent base, the handset is validated all handset settings will return to phone book. Complete storing the entry by will sound a warning tone. the factory default, otherwise a warning tone starting from step 4 described in part."Adding the will be heard and the settings will remain. Phone Book Entries" (obviously, you will find the4. The display will show Selected BSX. Press the number already entered in the appropriate field). Select soft key to confirm. A confirm tone will Result: After resetting, the handset will reset and Delete: allows you to delete the selected number. be heard. return to Standby mode. Delete All: allows you to delete the whole redial book. 4. To return to Standby mode, press the key. 40 21
  26. 26. CID Book LCD Contrast Setting 2. Press the key to choose Date & Time The adjustment allows you to optimize the menu, press the Select soft key.When you receive a call, if the callers 2. Use the Select soft key to choose the CID Book, visibility of the display by changing its contrastinformation is transmitted from the network on 3. Use the key to choose Date Format or and if available, the numbers are displayed. (You according to the environment conditions.which the call was made (and the caller doesnt Time Format, press the Select soft key. can also access the CID book directly by pressinghide it), the callers phone number is the Up key in standby mode.) 1. Perform steps 1 and 2 of paragraph "Setting 4. You can use the key to choose the Datedisplayed. Moreover, when there is a received Alarm" p37. format (DD-MM/MM-DD) or the Time formatcall which you missed, the icon will appear 3. Use the key to view the numbers, you canon the LCD. If the CID memory is full, the (12-Hour/24-Hour), press the Save soft key make a call by a press of the key. You can 2. Press the key repeatedly to choose LCDicon will blink on the LCD. to save. also add the entry to the phonebook. Contrast, then press the Select soft key.Out Of Area - This message will display when 2. Setting date & time Note: 3. Use the key repeatedly to choose amongsomeone calls from an area where the At step 3, each item of the incoming list istelephone company is not offering the caller the 17 available contrast levels, then press the 1. Perform steps 1 and 2 of previous paragraph. marked with the icon if the call has beenidentification services or is not yet providing reviewed or with the icon if the call hasnt Save soft key.number delivery to your area. 2. Press the key to choose Set Date or Set been reviewed yet. 4. Press the key to return to standby mode. Time menu, press the Select soft key.Private - If the caller has exercised the optionto prevent his name and number from being 3. Enter the current date/time by numeric keypad Setting Date & Time and press the Save soft key to save and exit.sent, the message will show on the LCD. 1. Date & Time Format Notes:View and dial any of the CID If you select 12-Hour, AM/PM will appearnumbers 1. Perform steps 1 and 2 of paragraph "Setting on the right of the time in standby mode. Alarm". At step 3 you need to enter the time in 24-1. Press the Menu soft key. Hour format. 22 39
  27. 27. Audio Setup Key Tone Add CID Number to Phone Book 3. When the desired number appears on the 1. Perform steps 1 and 2 of previous paragraph. display, press the More soft key.You can also use the menu to adjust the audio Every time you press a key, your handsetvolume. acknowledges it with a key tone. You can 2. Use the key to view the numbers. When 4. Use the key to choose Delete, press disable the key tones for silent use. In certain the desired number displays on the LCD, press the Select soft key. The display will show1. Perform steps 1 and 2 of previous paragraph error conditions, a warning tone will sound the More soft key to enter Add to PB menu. "Confirm ?". Press the Del soft key to p37. when an incorrect key is pressed. confirm, you will hear a beep and the LCD 3. Press the Select soft key, you are prompted to2. Press the key to choose Audio Setup shows the next number. 1. Perform steps 1 and 2 of paragraph "Setting enter the name. menu, press the Select soft key. Alarm". 4. Enter the name and press the Next soft key, Delete all numbers in the CID Book3. Use the key to choose Speaker V. or then you can modify the number you want to 2. Press key to choose Tone Setup menu, 1. Perform steps 1 and 2 of paragraph "View Earpiece V., press Select soft key. store. press the Select soft key. and dial any of the CID numbers".4. The display show the current setting. Use the 5. Press the Next soft key, you are able to select 3. Press the Select soft key again to choose 2. Press the More soft key and use the key to choose the volume level (Volume 1 the ring tone from Melody 1 to Melody 10, Key Tone. key to choose Delete All menu, then press -Volume 5), press the Save soft key. press the Save soft key to confirm and exit, the Select soft key. you will hear a confirm beep. 4. You can use the key to choose On or Off to enable or disable the function. 3. The display shows "Confirm ?", press the Delete a number in the CID Book Del All soft key to confirm. 5. Press the Save soft key. 1. Perform steps 1 and 2 of paragraph "View Result: You hear a beep and the phone Note: and dial any of the CID numbers"p22. returns to the Standby mode after For normal use, we recommend you clearing all the CID numbers. leave the key tone enabled. This makes 2. Scroll to the number you want to delete by the phone easier to use. using the key. 38 23
  28. 28. Torch Key Lock HS SettingsIf you turn this feature on, the visual ringer will If you turn this feature on, all keys will be locked. Setting Alarm 6. Press the Next soft key, a beep sounds andlight steadily. You can use the phone as a torch. You can answer calls by using the key on the display shows Snooze On/Off, you can the phone. But when you hang up, the phone You are able to set the alarm on the handset press the key to enable or disable theTo turn on this feature, in the Standby mode just and adjust the alarm settings. snooze function on the alarm and press thekeep the key pressed till the visual ringer returns to the locked mode. This feature is useful Save soft key.lights. to avoid pressing keys by mistake. 1. Press the Menu soft key. 7. When the alarm sounds, press any key toTo turn off this function, keep the key To lock the keys, in the Standby mode just keep 2. Press the key to choose H S Settings , switch it off.pressed again till the visual ringer go out. the key pressed till the display shows "HS then press the Select soft key. Locked", then the icon appears. Notes: 3. Press the Select soft key to choose Alarm At step 5 you need to enter the time in 24- menu. To unlock the keys, keep the key pressed Hour format. 4. The display shows the current set. Use the To stop the alarm please press any key. again till the key lock icon disappears from k ey to select On/Off, press the Select the display. If you choose Snooze On, the alarm will soft key. Note: ring at regular intervals of 11 minutes. If In locked mode, if you press any key, the 5. If you select On, the display indicates you you press the key when the alarm phone will generate an error tone, and the to enter the time in HH:MM format. Use sounds, the option will be switch to "HS Locked" message will be redisplayed. the numeric keypad to enter. Snooze Off. 24 37

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