Abocom BCH110 User Manual

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BHC110 --Bluetooth Headset

Quick Installation Guide


Starting to Use

How to Charge

Plug the charger into the headset. Plug the other end of the charger into an electrical outlet. During the charging, the red LED turns on and remains on until charging is complete. When charging is complete (red LED is off), remove the charger form the electrical outlet and detach the charger from the speaker.

Pairing Your Headset and Phone

Before you can use your Bluetooth headset you’re

your phone it has to be added once to the phone. Follow the instruction form the phone user guide on how to turn on the Bluetooth in your phone. With the headset and phone in close proximity:

1.Make sure the headset is in power off. Press the power button for 6 seconds until the blue and red LED flashes.

2.Initiate the pairing sequence using hands-freemode if available. The unit may also be paired in headset mode ifhands-freemode is not available.

3.Perform a device discovery from the phone.

For details on device discovery for your phone, refer to the user guide for the phone.

4.Select the Mono Headset from the discovered devices list, and then confirm following the on screen prompts.

5.When prompted by the phone, enter the passkey

0000, and then confirm to pair the headset with the phone.

Controlling Headset Volume

Increase: Press the volume button in the+ position repeatedly until you reach the desired volume level.Decrease: Press the volume button in the- position repeatedly until you reach the desired volume level.

Placing and Receiving Calls

Your headset supports bothHands-freeand Headset Profiles. Accessing call functions depends on

which profile your phone supports.



Very Long Press Power





Power On

Long Press Power


Power Off




Reject a Call




Receive a Call

Short Press Power


End a Call




Voice Dial



Long Press Redial



Call Transfer




Short Press Redial

Mute On


Mute Off




Using Your Headset Indicators




Power Off



Red/Blue rapid flashes

Pairing mode



Blue flashes

Power On



Red On




Red flashes

Power Low



Red flashed 5 times

Powering Off




Q: No connection to phone

A: Make sure the headset is charged and within range of the phone. Check or redo the Bluetooth setting in the phone.

Q: The headset is automatically switched off

A: The battery is too low. The indicator light on the headset flashes red.

Q: Unexpected behavior

A: Recharge the headset. The headset will reset when recharging the headset

Q: Battery capacity

A: A battery that has been infrequently used or a new one could have reduced capacity. It may need to be fully recharged and discharged a number of times.