Alcatel-Lucent 4074 H User Manual

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User guide

You now have a cordless telephone (model 4074 B, 4074 GB, 4074 CC, 4074 GI, 4074 H or 4074 GH). Your telephone complies with DECT standards and is one of the Alcatel ReflexesTM range.

To help you become immediately operational, we have prepared an easy-to-useguide.

In easy steps, you will get to know the many functions provided by your telephone, from the simplest, which you will learn immediately, gradually progressing to the most complex, including all the “convenience” functions.

Your Alcatel 4074 will provide all you want and expect from a telephone.

The availability of some of the functions described may depend on your model of telephone, or on your system version or configuration. If you are in doubt, consult your system supervisor.

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Symbols used

in the documentation

Actions, events

Press.

 

 

 

Text on blue

Description of an action

background.

or context.

 

 

Indicates result of action.

Navigation key

The navigator has four keys. The appropriate key will be highlighted.

Keypads

Alphanumeric keypad.

Specific key on alphanumeric keypad.

Function and multi-functionkeys

First function.

Second function.

Display and display keys

Display

Line key and corresponding icon

Line keys

Lift receiver, take line.

Hang up, terminal inactive.

Other symbols used

Important information.

Comment.

Choice of two keys

Alternative to action sequence.

Choice of operating mode in an action sequence.

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Contents

............................................................................Your telephone

p. 5

 

 

Principles of utilisation, using your telephone, cleaning your

 

 

telephone, installing the battery in the telephone.

 

 

Accessories

p. 13

 

 

Charger/holders, spare battery, using the commercial battery

 

 

holder, carrying bag.

 

 

Using your telephone

p. 19

 

 

Making an outside call, making an internal call, calling an internal

 

correspondent by name.

 

 

Handling several calls

p. 27

 

 

A second call while a call is in progress, receiving a second

 

 

call while a call is in progress.

 

 

Group operation

p. 33

 

 

Answering a general bell, call pick-up,

 

 

hunting groups.

 

 

While you are away - When you return

p. 37

 

 

 

Selecting calls to be diverted, diverting calls to another number,

 

 

diverting calls to a recorded message.

 

 

Customizing and adjusting your telephone

p. 43

 

 

Adjusting your telephone, programming your personal code,

 

 

selecting your ringer tune, selecting receiver sound volume..

 

 

Using your telephone in GAP mode

p. 49

 

 

Registering the telephone, customizing your telephone,

 

 

programming your personal directory, using your telephone.

 

 

Glossary

p. 57

 

 

Index

p. 59

 

 

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...................................................................................................................General description

p. 6

 

 

Principles of utilisation ............................................................................................................

p. 8

 

Conditions of utilisation of your telephone..................................................................

p. 8

 

Using your telephone...............................................................................................................

p. 9

 

Cleaning your telephone........................................................................................................

p. 10

 

Carrying your telephone.........................................................................................................

p. 10

 

Locking your telephone keypad .........................................................................................

p. 10

 

Screen backlighting ..................................................................................................................

p. 10

 

Beeps other than during calls............................................................................................

p. 11

 

Installing the battery in the telephone............................................................................

p. 11

 

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Your telephone

Green light indicating:

Incoming call: flashing with call ringing. Going out of radio coverage: fast flashing.

Programmable keys

Your telephone has two keys that can be programmed by the installation technician.

The keys are used to:

make a direct internal or external call

access a function

By default:

Conference

Message service (long press)

Function keys:

 

The function is obtained by a long press

 

on the key (2 beeps).

 

Sending DTMF codes (long press).

 

Customizing your telephone (long press).

 

Adjusting your telephone (long press).

 

Activating the buzzer while deactivating

 

the ringer, and vice-versa(long press).

 

Multi-functionkeys:

 

The first function is obtained by a quick press

 

(1 beep) and the second function by a long

 

press (2 beeps).

 

Transferring a call

 

Redialling the last number dialled (long press).

 

Personal directory.

 

Call by name (long press).

 

During a call: adjusting earphone sound

 

volume.

 

In standby: locking/unlocking your keypad,

 

4074 GI backlighting on/off (long press)

Micro

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Your telephone

Headset socket:

(models 4074 H, 4074 GH and 4074 GI)

Line key

Display and corresponding icons:

Comprises 2 lines of 16 characters.

The first line gives general information and the second shows the icons corresponding to the function keys:

Call icons:

Incoming call.

Call in progress.

Placing a call on hold.

Radio reception icons:

Limit of coverage zone (flashing).

Poor reception (light on).

Reception OK (light on)

Call keys:

Lifting the receiver.

Switching on (long press).

Hanging up or end of entry.

Switching off (long press).

Navigator:

Display pages can be scrolled, to confirm entries:

Display previous choice.

Erase last character entered.

Validate entry

Scroll the

or initiate a call

display

by name.

pages.

Display next choice in list or send timed break (depends on context).

Battery icons:

Battery discharged or defective (flashing).

Battery on charge (flashing).

Battery fully charged (light on).

Option icons:

Ringer on/off.

Key beeps on/off.

Volume (1 to 4).

Going out of coverage beeps on/off.

Buzzer on/off (on 4074 GC and 4074 GI).

Ringer volume (GAP mode).

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Your telephone

Principles of utilisation

Coverage zone:

The DECT functions provided by your Alcatel system basically allow user mobility by managing DECT cordless telephones..

The Alcatel system radio coverage is provided by a number of base stations that transmit and receive within a radius of 20 m to 50 m (depending on environment).

The zone covered by a base station is called a cell.

Mobility:

A user can make or receive calls in any cell.

Radio transfer:

Radio transfer allows the user to move around, from one cell to another, during a call. Transition between cells is automatic, with no effect on the call. In some cases,

a slight crackle may be audible at the instant of transition.

Conditions of utilisation of your telephone

Using a DECT standard telephone:

You are going to use a DECT standard telephone that provides a private call facility between cordless telephones and a cordless PBX or domestic relay units.

Conditions of utilisation:

In addition to the actual equipment type approval, the conditions of utilisation must als be observed, notably concerning the radio frequencies used:

No guarantee is given concerning possible interference affecting DECT equipment, due to other authorised utilisation of the radio frequencies concerned.

DECT equipment must not be used to provide telephone links between fixed points, as the links are not permanent and the power radiated by the antenna

is less than 250 mW.

DECT systems must be installed by a licensed technician.

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Your telephone

Conditions of utilisation of your telephone (continued)

This telephone must only be used with an Alcatel system.

Do not expose your telephone to severe

such as rain, salty spray, dust,

etc, which can adversely affect operation

 

Your telephone may not operate properly

temperatures below -20°C

or above +55°C.

 

Between -5°Cand-20°Cthe display

be readable but this is only temporary

and does not affect the operation of y

.

Do not use your telephone close to inflammable gas or liquids.

Using your telephone

Charging the telephone on its holder

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Switching on your telephone:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

display

 

 

 

 

 

your telephone

 

 

 

 

comes

 

 

 

 

 

is operational

 

 

 

 

one beep

 

ait a few battery and coverage

 

 

 

 

 

 

icons light up

Conversely, if:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

the display does

 

 

 

 

charge

 

 

 

 

 

not come on

 

 

 

 

the battery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

icon flashing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If the display shows “OUT”, you are

 

the coverage zone.

Lifting the receiver:

Hanging up:

 

Switching off your telephone:

Keys with a dual function:

 

 

Left-handfunction:

-handfunction:

 

 

 

 

 

one

 

a second beep

 

beep

 

(lower tone)

 

 

 

 

short press

at least one second

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