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KEYS POSITION ..............................

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LCD DISPLAY ON HANDSET ........

4

MENU OPTIONS ............................

5

QUICk REFERENCE GUIDE .........

6

INSTALLATION PRECAUTION ......

7

What is in the box .................................

7

Connection and condition for use ...........

7

Choosing a site for the Base ....... .........

7

Radio signal between handset and base. 7

Charging the batteries ..........................

8

Electrical Safety ....................................

8

Emergency calls ....................................

8

STARTING UP

 

Connecting the mains power supply to the

unit ........................................................

9

Inserting the handset battery ................

9

Charging the handset ...........................

9

Handset battery charge level ...............

9

Setting the handset date and time .........

9

Connecting the telephone line ..............

9

Standby mode display ..........................

10

USING YOUR PHONE

 

To make and end calls ........................

11

Preparatory dialing (pre-dial) ...............

11

Receiving external calls ......................

11

Handsfree Function ...........................

11

Re-dialing ..........................................

12

Using MUTE ......................................

12

Using RECALL (FLASH) ...................

12

Using Pause function .......................

12

CONTENTS

 

Adjust handset earpiece during a call.12

Switching your handset On or Off ......

13

Page function ...................................

13

Out of range warning ....................... .

13

USING PHONE BOOK

 

Storing an entry in the phone book .....

13

Reviewing the phonebook .............. ..

14

Dialing a phone book entry .............. .

14

Editing an entry in the phone book ....

15

Deleting an entry in the phonebook ....

15

Deleting all entries in the phonebook...

15

CALLER ID

 

Call Screening ...................................

16

CID Phonebook Matching ..................

16

CID Reserved and Unavailable ...... ....

16

CID - Repeat Call Indication ..............

16

CID call list review ..............................

16

To store a CID entry in the phonebook.17

Deleting a CID record ............ ............

17

Call back from the calls list .................

18

Voice Mail Box .............. ....................

18

Caller ID on Call Waiting (CID-CW)..

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PERSONALIZING YOUR SETTING

Selecting Handset Ringer melodies for

External or Internal Calls ..................

19

Setting the handset ringer volume ....

19

Selecting Base Ringer melodies .......

19

Setting Base Ringer Volume .............

19

Setting Handset Earpiece Volume . ....

20

Alert tones .......................................

20

Naming the Handset .........................

21

Language selection ..........................

21

Keypad lock .....................................

21

Auto Answering .................................

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EXPANDING YOUR DECT SYSTEM

Adding new handset ......................

 

22

- Registering a new handset ..

22

Register Another DECT GAP

 

compatible handset.........................

 

23

Multi Handset Use ..........................

 

23

Internal outgoing calls ......................

 

23

Transfering a CalL ...........................

 

23

Call Shuttle ....................................

 

23

Three way conference call

..................

24

Register another HM base to HM

 

Handset .........................

24

 

Register Another DECT GAP

 

compatible handse ........................

 

24

Base Selection ...............................

 

24

To select base station ....................

 

24

ADVANCE FEATURES

Programming ...................................

25

Change PIN Code ...........................

25

De-registeringa handset ..................

25

Redall (Flash) time selection ............

25

Pause time selection ........................

26

Reset to factory default settings .......

26

Quick reset ........................................

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Default setting parameters ...............

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Technical details ;;;;;;.........................

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USE IN BUSINESS ...................

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Troubleshooting Guid........................

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KEYS POSITION

 

Display

 

Earpiece/Receiver

The display lights up every time a keypad

 

Talk-Off /Esc / Power

button is pressed and when you receive

 

 

Press to end calls.

an incoming call.

 

 

Press to escape from programming.

Speaker phone / Handsfree

 

 

Press and hold in standby mode to

Press to use the phone in handsfree mode.

 

switch the handset power off.

Redial / Up / Pause

 

Press when the handset is off, to

 

switch back on again.

Use to redial any of the last 10 numbers called.

 

 

Press and hold to enter a pause in a number.

 

 

Press during a call to inscrease earpiece volume.

 

Calls log / Down

Use to scroll up through the menu options and

 

Use to acess the Calls log.

through phonebook and Calls logg entries.

 

 

Press during a call to decrease

Talk-On /Flash

 

 

earpiece volume.

Press to make and receive calls.

 

Use to scroll down through the menu

For use with certain network services

 

options and through phonebook and

OK/ Menu

 

Calls log entries.

 

INT / Cancel

Press to confirm a setting.

 

Press to access the menu.

 

Press to delete an incorrect

Battery charging LED indicator (red light)

 

character / digit.

 

Press to return to previous menu.

Illuminates when handset is in charge.

 

Call another registered handsets.

In Use LED indicator (green light)

 

Page (Handset finder)

Illuminates when base is power on.

 

Press to locate a misplaced handset

Flashes when the line is in use / a call comes.

 

Long press to enter registration mode

Flashes when you have missed calls.

 

Phonebook / Mute

Flashes quickly when entering registration mode.

Microphone

Use to access the phonebook.

Voice Mail Box

During a call, press to mute

Press and hold to dial PSTN voice mail box center

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your voice.

 

 

LCD DISPLAY ON HANDSET

Symbol Explanation

Always displayed when your handset is on, shows the battery status.

All bars filled - battery fully charged.

Empty and you hear a warning tone (during a call) - batteries are low and need charging.

In Use indicator

Illuminate when the phone is in use.

Flashes when receiving an external (outside) call. Remains steady when an external call is in progress.

Flashes when receiving an internal call.

Remains steady when an internal call is in progress.

Flashes when you have new Calls log entries.

Remains steady when viewing the Calls log.

Keypad is locked. You cannot make calls, only receive them.

Displayed when you have a message waiting.

Displayed when you access the menu.

Symbol Explanation

Handsfree speaker is in use.

The call is muted.

- Remains steady - the handset has a satisfactory signal link with the base.

-Flashes when the handset is losing its signal link with the base

Displayed when the handset ringer is set to OFF.

- When the displayed phone number/name has more than 12 digits/charcters, this symbol is displayed to indicate there is more to view. The display can only show 12 digits/characters at one time.

-Displayed if item list extends above current position.

-When the displayed phone number/name has more than 12 digits / charcters, this symbol is displayed to indicate there is more to view. The display can only

show 12 digits/characters at one time.

- Displayed if item list extends above current position.

Phonebook is in use.

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MENU OPTIONS

PHONE BOOK

ADD

 

 

EDIT

 

 

DELETE

 

 

DELETE ALL

 

LIST

 

HANDSET

TONES

- KEY TONE

LOW BATT

RANGE

RING VOL

EXT MELODY

INT MELODY

EAR VOL

AUTO ANS

HS NAME

LANGUAGE

DATE / TIME

BASE

RING VOL

 

RING MELODY

 

RECALL

 

PAUSE

 

CHANGE PIN

 

DEFAULT

REGISTRATION REGISTER SEL BASE DEL HS

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QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE

Function

Button press

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Switch handset off

until display goes off.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Switch handset on

until display comes on.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adjust earpiece volume

During a call, press

or

 

to select required volume.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Make a call / preparatory call

, enter number / Enter number,

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

End a call

or place handset on base / charger.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Receive a call

Phone rings,

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Make a handsfree call

, enter number, press

or place handset on base cradle/charger to end call.

 

 

 

Redial

,

or

to display number,

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Privacy

During a call, press

, then

 

again to resume call.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Store phonebook number

, PHONEBOOK, , ADD

 

, NAME? enter name,

, NUMBER? enter number,

, VIP OFF,

 

 

use

or

to select ringer melody for VIP setting,

 

,

to exit.

 

 

 

 

Dial phonebook number

,

or

(or enter keypad letter),

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Internal call

, enter internal handset number,

to exit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Select handset ringer volume

,

, HANDSET

,

 

RING VOL

,

or

to select level,

,

to exit.

 

Select handset ringer melody

,

, HANDSET

,

 

EXT MELODY or INT MELODY

,

or

to select melody,

.

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INSTALLATION PRECAUTION

What is in the box

When you unpack your phone, make sure you keep all packing materials in a safe place, in case you later need to transport it or return it for servicing. In the box, you will find:

-handset

-2 pieces of AAA type rechargeable 600mAh battery

-A piece ofbase unit

-AC adaptor

-Battery cover

-User Manual

-A telephone line cable

If you have purchased a multi-pack,for each additional handset, youi will have the following:

-Additional handset

-2 pieces of AAA type rechargeable 600mAh battery

-Charger

-AC adaptor

-Battery cover

Connection and condition for use

The phone can be connected to the public network using the standard telephone plug and socket systems. You can connect your phone to:

-A line connected directly to a local exchange, with its own directory number.

-An extension socket connected to a local exchange

-An extension on an approved PABX.

Choosing a site for the Base

The base unit should be installed where:

-The mains adaptor plug will reach the 220V AC main power supply.

-The telephone cable will reach your telephone line socket.

-It is not close to another telephone.

-It is not close to a sink, shower or anywhere else where it might get wet

-It is not close to other electrical equipment (washing machines, microwave oven, TV, fluorescent lights, etc.)

1.Choose a suitable site for the base

2.Plug-inthe mains power lead and the telephone line cord on the base back side, make sure the telephone line is not yet connected to the telephone wall socket.

3.Plug the mains AC adaptor into the AC mains socket. The base will beep.

Radio signal between handset and base

To use your cordless telephone, you must be able to establish a radio link. It is therefore noted that:

-Placing the base unit as high as practical will give a better result.

-Placing the base unit near any large metal object, like refrigerator or filling cabinet may block the transmission of radio signal.

-Other solid structures, like walls may reduce the radio signal strength.

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Charging the batteries

Your handset needs battery to operate. During the first use of your phone, it is recommended that the handset is left over on charge overnight to ensure maximum in-usetime.

1.Only use the rechargeable batteries supplied with your phone.

2.Install the rechargeable batteries into the rear of your handset. MAKE SURE you insert the batteries in correct polarity.

3.Position the battery cover over the rear of the handset and slide into place.

4.Place the handset on the base unit to charge.

5.The red LED CHARGE light on the base unit indicating that the handset is charging, but it will not go out even if the battery if full - it will light up whenever the handset is on the

base cradle.

NOTE : 1) If the charge LED on the base do not light up, reposition the handset in the base unit ensuring the charging points contact. 2) Regular cleaning is necessary for base and handset charge contacts with clean dry cloth to maintain conductivity of the contacts.

Electrical Safety

1.DO NOT install the base unit near a sink, bath or shower or anywhere else where it could get wet. Electrical equipment can cause serious injury if used while you are wet or standing on water.

2.If the base unit ever falls into water, DO NOT retrieve it until you have unplugged the AC mains power adaptor and the telephone line plug from the telephone wall socket.

3.DO NOT allow the handset to come in contact with water.

4.DO NOT open the handset or the base.

5.DO NOT allow the charging contacts or the battery to come in contact with electrical conductive materials such as metals, rings, paper clip, key, etc.

6.MAKE SURE you insert the batteries in correct polarity.

7.NEVER USE your DECT phone in the open air during a thunderstorm - unplug the base unit from the telephone line and the AC mains socket where there are storms in your area. Damage caused by lighting may likely happen.

8.If your DECT phone is not to be used for long period of time, disconnect the main AC power adaptor from the AC power socket and the telephone line from the telephone wall socket.

Emergency calls

Your DECT phone need mains power. So you cannot use for placing a call during AC power failure.

Thus, a basic phone that do not need AC mains power is needed to place an emergency call during power failure.

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STARTING UP

Connecting the mains power supply to the unit

-Plug the mains power adapter lead into the rear base.

-Now plug the mains power adapter into the power socket and switch the power on.

Inserting the handset battery

-Remove the battery compartment cover from the rear hand.

-Install 2 pieces of AAANi-MHrechargeable batteries in the battery compartment with correct polarity. (If battery level is

enough, the handset will power on and then enter standby mode.)

-Shut the battery cover.

Charging the handset

-You will need to fully charge the handset before use. Place the handset in the base unit.

-When the handset sits in the base, the handset battery is being charged. The charge LED on the base will come on and stay lit while the battery is being charged.

-When the battery is fully charged, the status symbol displayed on the handset LCD screen should show as fully charged.

Note: First time charging time: 15 hours

Handset battery charge level

1.The Level of the battery power is indicated as a battery icon on the LCD display in the handset. If the battery icon shows empty, your phone need to be charged.

2.When in use and your phone emit battery low warning tone, your phone need to be charged.

3.When fully charge your phone will operate for eight (8) hours talk time for earpiece, one hour for the speaker phone

and 100 hours of standby time.

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Setting the handset date and time

1.Press the OK/Menu button. You will see PHONEBOOK in the display.

2.Press DOWN button to scroll to HANDSET option.

3.Press OK/Menu button to confirm.

4.Press DOWN button to scroll to DATE/TIME.

5.Press OK/Menu button again. The first digit of Date will flash.

6.Enter two digits of the current date (e.g. 26) from the numeric keypad. Then the digit of Month will flash.

7.Enter two digits of the current month (e.g. 08) from the numeric keypad. Then the digit of Hour will flash.

8.Enter two digits of the current hour (e.g. 18) from the numeric keypad. Then the digit of Minute will flash. (Note: The Date/Time format is 24 hours.)

9.Enter two digits of the current minute (e.g. 54) from the numeric keypad.

10.Press OK/Menu button to confirm the setting and confirmation tone will be heard..

11.Press the TALK-OFFbutton to escape to standby mode.

Connecting the telephone line

-Plug the telephone line cord into the line socket at the rear base.

-Plug the other end into the telephone wall socket.

Standby mode display

When the handset is not in use, the handset is in the standby mode. The LCD will display as:

1 DECT 10:37

Where:

1: Handset assigned number DECT: Handset name

10:37: Time of the day ( 10 AM, 37 minutes) (ex : 23:37 : 11 PM, 37 minutes)

Note that, the clock and date should be set.

Note : When your phone encountered AC power failure, or when you removed the AC adaptor, the clockwill be inaccurate. Upon power up, it will be automatically set the time to 00:00 and the date to 01/01. You need to set the correct time and date when your base is power on.

If your PSTN provides FSK CID, your DECT phone clock will automatically set the time and date when you receive CID from the PSTN network. This will only work if your PSTN connection can provide FSK CID with valid date and time information.

When your phone handset is out of battery power, just put the handset on the charge cradle on the base and the time and date will be restored. There is no need to set again the time and day.

If you register new handset of your phone, there is no need to set the clock on the new handset. The Time and Date will synchronized to all handsets. If you changed the Time and Date on one handset, the changes will take effect on all handsets.

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