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Milano 20

User Manual

and Safety Precautions

Corded Telephone

05/05hj V2

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Description of the Appliance.........................................................

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Appliance overview ......................................................................................

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Side-viewsof the base .................................................................................

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Default settings (set in the factory)...............................................................

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Contents of the packing................................................................................

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Specific features...........................................................................................

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Installation of the appliance ..........................................................

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Safety precautions........................................................................................

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Configuration ..................................................................................

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Setting the ringer volume .............................................................................

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Insert a pause...............................................................................................

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Setting the dialing mode...............................................................................

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Setting the Flash time...................................................................................

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Using the telephone .......................................................................

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Answering an incoming call..........................................................................

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Calling Outside .............................................................................................

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Redial (simple) .............................................................................................

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Dialing a number from the shortcut dialing keys ..........................................

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Comfort functions ........................................................................

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Waiting call and toggling ............................................................................

10

Consultation and toggling...........................................................................

10

Conference call with three people ..............................................................

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Turning off the microphone (Mute) .............................................................

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Saving telephone numbers.........................................................................

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Appendix .......................................................................................

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Warranty.....................................................................................................

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Technical data ............................................................................................

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Troubleshooting..........................................................................................

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Maintenance...............................................................................................

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Recycling....................................................................................................

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INDEX.............................................................................................

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CE declaration of conformity ......................................................................

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Environmental Protection ...........................................................................

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Description of the Appliance

Appliance overview

B

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A 13

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D

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4

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6

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H

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1.LED indicating communication.

2.Shortcut dialing memories M1 – M3.

3.memory calling key.

4.memory key.

5."R" key.

6.repeat key.

7.Pause key.

8.mute key (microphone off).

9.LED indicating mute.

10.Alphanumeric keypad.

11.Loudspeaker.

12.Hook.

13.Table to fill out with the saved telephone numbers.

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Side-viewsof the base

F E

C G

A.Basic appliance

B.Handset

C.Sliding switch for setting the ringer volume (off, low, middle, high)

D.Handset cable inlet at the base

E.Sliding switch for setting the flash-time(100 or 300 ms)

F.Sliding switch for setting the dialing mode (P= impulse /T=tone)

G.Inlet for the telephone cord

H.Handset cable inlet at the handset

Default settings (set in the factory)

Dialing mode

tone dialing

Flash – time

300 or 100 ms (depending on your country’s version)

Pause

3 seconds

Redial memory

empty

Ringer volume

high

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Contents of the packing

1 base

1 handset

1 cable for the handset

1 telephone line cord

1 manual

Specific features

Re-dialingof the last number dialed

Re-dialingwith pause

Volume of the ringer selectable in 3 levels or switched off

Table appliance

Can be used in connection with a switchboard

Tone or pulse dialing – Flash-timeadjustable

LED for optical call indication

Mute (microphone switched off)

3 memories for shortcut dialing M1-M3,10 indirect memories0-9

Installation of the appliance

1.Use the telephone line cord to realize the connection between the telephone outlet and the connection (G) at the back of the base.

2.Connect the handset cable to the inlet (D) of the base (A) and to inlet (C) of the handset (B).

This manual is meant for your information. Its contents are no part of the contract. All values quoted are standard values.

The described equipment and the options can be different, depending on the requirements of your country. We reserve our right to technical modifications.

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Congratulations

Thanks for purchasing this telephone!

In order to be able using your phone in full comfort, we advise to read this manual completely, so you will be familiar with its possibilities.

Safety precautions

Do not place the set in the proximity of heat sources and don't expose is to direct sunrays, dust or vibrations.

Do not place the base station in a moist room, such as bathroom or shower. The ideal temperature range is between +5° and +35° C and the humidity between 25 % and 85 %.

Do not use the phone in environment subject to explosion hazard e.g. auto paint booths.

Read these instructions carefully, and make sure that they accompany the appliance, when you give it to others to use.

Dispose of the battery and phone in accordance with environmental regulations!

Modern furniture generally has a surface finish with synthetic materials or paintwork of different types. They need to be maintained with specific products of different make.

These products can affect the feet of your telephone! Avoid scratches on your furniture by placing the appliance on an antiskid mat. We will not accept any reliability for this kind of damage!

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Configuration

Setting the ringer volume

The volume of the ringer can be set to low, medium or high, using the sliding switch on the side of the appliance. It can also be switched off.

Insert a pause

When you use the telephone connected behind an older PABX, it is possible that the access code for external calls (generally "0") must be followed by a pause, before the telephone number may be dialed.

h

Unhook.

n

Enter the access code for external calls.

Pause

Press the pause key, the pause is inserted.

n

Enter the telephone number you wish to call.

Setting the dialing mode

Two dialing modes are available:

MFV (tone):

the actual standard (DTMF mode)

IWV (impulse):

only necessary for older installations

To set the dialing mode, use the sliding switch (F) on the side of the appliance,T for tone dialing,P for impulse dialing.

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Setting the Flash time

The flash-timecan be set to short (100 ms) or long (300 ms). Theflash-timeto be used depends on the installation, on which your unit is connected

connected to the public telephone network with comfort functions;

connected to a PABX with similar functions.

The comfort functions: waiting call toggling consultation second call

conference call with three

must be ordered and paid for with your local telephone network operator. Your provider will also be able to tell you, which flash-timehas to be used on his installation (theflash-timeto be set is usually long or 300 ms).

When the appliance is connected to a personal PABX, its supplier or the delivered manual can inform you about the flash-timeto be set (theflash-timeto be set is usually short or 100 ms). The following description does not necessarily correspond to the description in the manual of your PABX.

The flash-timecan be set to 100 or 300 ms with the slide switch (E) on the side of the appliance.

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Using the telephone

Answering an incoming call

A ring tone and the LED (1), flickering in the same rhythm as the ring tone signal the incoming calls.

Pick up the handset for answering the call. To end the conversation, simply hang up.

Calling Outside

External calls are calls to the public telephone network.

1.Pick up the handset. You hear the dialing tone.

2.Input the desired number on the keypad (10).

3.The input number is dialed automatically.

4.To end the conversation, you simply hang up.

Redial (simple)

To redial the very last number called, just press the redial key (6).

1.Pick up the handset. You hear the dialing tone.

2.Press the redial key (6).

3.The last number called (of maximum 16 digits) is dialed automatically. When the last number called contains more than 16 digits, it is deleted automatically.

Dialing a number from the shortcut dialing keys

1.Pick up the handset. You hear the dialing tone

2.Press the desired key M1,M2 orM3. The number in the chosen memory is dialed automatically.

or

3.Press the memory-dialingkey (3), followed by the numeric key (0 – 9) containing the desired number. The number saved in the chosen memory is dialed automatically.

4.Just hang up to end the conversation.

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Comfort functions

The comfort functions: waiting call, toggling, consultation, second call, conference call with threemust be ordered and paid for with your local telephone network provider.

Your provider will also be able to tell you which flash-timehas to be used on his installation (please also read the chapter on "Flash time" (page 8).

When the unit is connected to a personal branch exchange (PBX), its supplier, or the delivered instruction manual will be able to inform you.

Waiting call and toggling

You have the necessary subscription at your telephone network provider. While you are having a telephone conversation, you hear a tone, i.e. a signal that indicates that another user "knocks" (signal second call).

Use the R - key to put the actual conversation on hold. You hear the extra dialing tone. By pressing "2" you can answer the second call. When you want to return to the first conversation partner, you press theR - key again and dial "2" again. You are now connected to the first conversation partner, and the second caller is put on hold. This action (called toggling) can be repeated as often as you wish, until one of the parties hangs up.

Consultation and toggling

With the function consultation / toggling, you can talk in turns to two different callers, without one hearing what you discuss with the other. You can accept an incoming call or call another participant yourself. This function also creates the base for a conference call with three people.

You are calling with somebody and wish to retrieve information with another participant (internal or external). To achieve this, you press the "R" - key to park the first communication. You hear the extra dialing tone.

Dial the number of the other participant and have your conversation. When you press the "R" - key again, you can park the second communication. Press "2", and you return to the first conversation partner.

Now you can toggle between both conversation partners.

When you wish to end your call after the consultation, use the R - key and press "1". The connection with the second conversation partner is broken.

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