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3641/3645 Wireless IP Telephone

and Accessories User Guide

Avaya 3641 Wireless IP Telephone

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Avaya 3645 Wireless IP Telephone

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Introduction

Your Avaya 3641/3645 Wireless IP Telephone is a state-of-the-artcommunication device that uses radio wave technology to send and receive voice and data transmissions. It is designed to operate much like a cell phone. However, the handset uses the private telephone system installed in your facility and will not operate outside the area covered by this system.

About This Guide

This guide is meant to provide general information about your handset. Contact your system administrator for additional information on how your handset functions within your telephone system. This guide includes information about:

The Handset

Getting Started

Advanced Features

Handset Accessories

Handset Administration

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Table of Contents

 

The Handset ...............................................................................

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Modes of Operation .............................................................................

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Menu Navigation ................................................................................

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Shortcut Keys ..............................................................................

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Handset Displays ................................................................................

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Status Bar Indicators .......................................................................

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Softkey Labels ...................................................................................

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Getting Started .........................................................................

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Charging Your Handset .....................................................................

15

Indications of Low Battery ................................................................

15

Basic Handset Operation Summary ................................................

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Advanced Features ...................................................................

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Facility-Specific Features .................................................................

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Speakerphone ...................................................................................

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Predial ..............................................................................................

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Redial ...............................................................................................

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Phonebook ........................................................................................

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Phonebook List Options ................................................................

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Phonebook Edit Entry Options ......................................................

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Speed-Dial ........................................................................................

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The Config Menu ...............................................................................

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Config Menu Options ........................................................................

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Toggle Options ..............................................................................

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User Profile Settings .....................................................................

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Changing Ring Settings ................................................................

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Default Profile Settings .................................................................

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Data Entry and Editing .....................................................................

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Push-to-talk (PTT) ............................................................................

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PTT Operation Summary ..............................................................

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Handset Accessories ................................................................

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Battery Packs ....................................................................................

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About Chargers .................................................................................

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Charging Status ...........................................................................

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Single Charger ..................................................................................

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Dual Charger ...................................................................................

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Quad Charger ...................................................................................

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Carrying Options ...............................................................................

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Headsets ...........................................................................................

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Handset Administration ...........................................................

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FAQs .................................................................................................

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Specifications .................................................................................

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Safe Use of Wireless Telephones ......................................................

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Operational Warnings ...................................................................

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Potentially Explosive Atmospheres ............................................

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Electromagnetic Interference and Compatibility ..........................

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Facilities ...................................................................................

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Pacemakers ..............................................................................

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Hearing Aids .............................................................................

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Other Medical Devices ..............................................................

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Use While Driving ..........................................................................

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For Vehicles Equipped with an Airbag .......................................

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Safe Use of Battery Packs and Chargers ...........................................

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Index ........................................................................................

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Care of Your Handset ...............................................................

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The Handset

The Handset

Modes of Operation

Your handset has five modes of operation

Mode Description

Standby The handset is on-hookand idle.

Active The handset is in a call, a call is coming in, or a call is being dialed.

Config Menu User preferences are being accessed in the Config Menu. In this mode the handset is on, but will not receive calls.

Message Alert Custom text messaging applications may be programmed for your facility. This mode is activated through the FCN menu.

Push-to-talk(PTT) The Avaya 3645 Wireless IP Telephone uses channels for incoming and outgoing radio communication. While PTT is active, the handset is in PTT mode.

Menu Navigation

Nav NavOK

Nav Nav

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The navigation keys (Nav keys) just below the softkeys are used to navigate through menu options. These are referred to in this guide as NavS,

NavT, NavW, NavX, and NavOK.

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Shortcut Keys

When a menu is displayed, a shortcut key may be displayed on the right edge of the menu line. Press the corresponding number on the keypad to activate the corresponding menu option.

Handset Displays

The top row of the display provides status indicators for various handset conditions. It is referred to as the status bar.

The middle lines display information about the handset identity, user profile, calls in progress, menu options, and data from telephone.

The bottom row displays softkey labels.

Standby Mode Display

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Extension

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ext. 555

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John Doe

 

 

User name

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

User

 

 

07-0512:19p

 

Date/time

 

 

 

 

 

Profile: Loud

 

profile

 

 

Default PTT

 

 

1: General

 

 

Softkey

 

 

 

 

channel

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spkr Prof Cfg

 

labels

 

 

 

This display shows that there is excellent signal strength, a voicemail message is waiting, a text message may be retrieved, the Battery Pack is fully charged, the extension number assigned to this handset is 555, the date is July 5th, the time is 12:19 p.m., the user profile is Loud, and the default PTT channel (Avaya 3645 model only) is 1: General. PressNav W orX to display the second set of available softkeys:

Phbk Redl Spdl

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The Handset

Feature Menu Display

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Park/Unpark

SAC

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Exit

This display is reached by pressing the FCN key whileoff-hook.It displays a list of features that may be activated while on a call. Available features depend on the configuration of your communication server. The up/down icons indicate that there are additional menu items. TheExit softkey will take you back to the activein-calldisplay.

Active in-callDisplay

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PBX Line 1

Spkr Tran Conf More

This display shows that you are on an active telephone call on line 1. Additional information may display about the call. The available softkeys allow you to convert the call to the speakerphone, place the call in conference, or transfer the call. Press the More softkey for additional call handling features — placing a call on hold, muting a call, and redialing a number.

Hold Mute Redl More

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