Beko BD-300 User Manual

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User Manual

BD-300

Contents

What the symbols mean ...................................................................

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The Handset and Base Unit..............................................................

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Setting up your telephone.................................................................

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Installation ........................................................................................

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Important safety information ..........................................................

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Phone Book .......................................................................................

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Call Logs............................................................................................

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Handset Setting ...............................................................................

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Base Setting .....................................................................................

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Resetting the system .......................................................................

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Handset registration .......................................................................

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Intercom and transfer ....................................................................

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

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Technical details .............................................................................

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What the symbols mean

Batteries charge level

Whenever this shows ‘nearly empty’ (), put the handset on the base unit to charge the batteries. While the batteries are being charged, the level shown will keep changing.

Outside call

You are connected to an outside call.

Intercom call

You are connected to an intercom call.

Phone book

Show the names and numbers of stored record.

Mute

Your handset's microphone is muted.

Up and down arrows

To browse through the programming menu for more options.

Speakerphone

Your handset’s loudspeaker is on.

Signal level

Shows the strength of the signal between the handset and base unit, and flashes when you are out of range of the base unit, when the level is low, or the symbol is flashing, move closer to base unit.

Missed call

You have new missed call.

The Handset and Base Unit

MENU/ Mute button

Press to enter menu mode and enter sub-menu.Use the key "" to lock or unlock the keypad.

Press during a call to mute the microphone

Speakerphone button

Press to turn the speakerphone ON/OFF

Call button

Press to begin,andanswer answerdendthea telephonecall call.

UP/DOWN button

In standby mode, press to show phonebook list; Press during programming to move through the menu. Press during a call to change the volume in the earpiece.

Before you can use the handset to make calls for the first time, you will need to fit and fully charge the battery for 15 hours.

PHONEBOOK/OK/Recall button

In standby mode, press to enter phonebook mode.

Press to confirm selection.

You can activate Recall function if your phone is connected to a PABX, or if you use Select Services.

Press to transfer an outside call to another phone.

INT button

Press to make an intercom call (if you have more than one handset)

Clear / On-Off /Endbutton

Press and hold (2-3seconds) to switch the handset on and off. Press during programming to go back to the previous option, or to clear digits one by one from the display.

Press to end the call.

IN USE light

The IN USE light comes on when you have a connection to the telephone line.

HANDSET LOCATOR button

Press this to make the handset ring,

if you cannot remember where you put it. Press it again to stop the handset ringing.

Setting up your telephone

Connection and conditions for use

You can connect your phone to a direct exchange line (DEL), a line connected to a local exchange, with its own phone number; to an extension socket connected to a DEL; or to an extension on an approved compatible PBX. Do not connect your phone as an extension to a payphone.

How many phones can you connect?

The ringer equivalence numbers (RENs) of all instruments (phones, fax machines, etc.) connected to an exchange line must not add up to more than 4, otherwise, one or more of them may not ring and/or answer calls correctly. Phone has a REN of 1, and most other telephones have a REN of 1 unless marked otherwise.

Radio signals between handset and base unit

To use your handset and base unit together, you must be able to establish a radio link between them. Be aware that:

Sitting the base unit as high as possible will give better results, in a two-storeyhouse, the best position may be on thefirst-floorlanding.

Any large metal object, like a fridge, a mirror or a filing cabinet, between the handset and base unit may block the radio signal.

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

Choosing a site for the base unit

The base unit should be placed on a level surface, in a position where:

The mains adapter plug will reach a 230-VAC switched mains supply socket; never try to lengthen the mains power cable.

The telephone cable will reach your telephone line socket or extension socket.

It is not close to another telephone, this can cause radio interference.

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

It is not close to other electrical equipment, fridges, washing machines, microwave

ovens, TVs, fluorescent lights, etc.

Installation

1. Choose a suitable site for the handset unit

Make sure it is not near to another telephone, nor to other electrical equipment.

2.Plug the mains power lead into the power jack on the base unit and plug the telephone line cord into the telephone port.

3.Plug the mains adapter into a 230V AC, 50 Hz mains socket, with the switch on the socket set to OFF

Note: The illustration of adaptor may vary from country to country.

4.Switch on mains power at the socket

5.Fit the battery in the handset(s)

Insert the battery pack as shown. Fit the battery compartment cover,

Sliding it until it clicks firmly into position.

6. Connect the base unit to the telephone line

Important safety information

This equipment is not designed for making emergency calls in the event of a power failure. Alternative arrangements should be made for access to emergency services.

(This means that you should also have a basic phone that does not need mains power, connected to your line so that you can make calls during a power failure)

People with a heart pacemaker should consult their doctor before using the telephone.

If you wear a hearing aid, you should note your phone works by transmitting radio waves between base and handset that may cause a humming noise.

1.DO NOT clean any part of your phone with benzene, thinner or other solvent chemicals, which may cause permanent damage to your phone. This damage is not covered by the Guarantee. When necessary, clean it with a damp cloth.

Cleaning it with a wet cloth may give you an electric shock.

2.DO NOT use this equipment in places where volatile or explosive materials may be present.

3.DO NOT let the base unit get wet. Electrical equipment can cause serious injury if used while you are wet or standing in water. NEVER use your phone during a thunderstorm. Unplug the base unit from the telephone line and the mains socket when there are storms in your area. Damage caused by lightning is not covered by the Guarantee.

4.Phone will produce a certain amount of heat during operation. For this reason it is recommended that this equipment is NOT placed in direct contact with antique, veneered or delicate furniture surfaces.

5.DO NOT dispose batteries with normal household waste.

6.DECT phone emits radio signals which could interfere with other electronic equipment, computers, radio, TV set, clock radio alarms, etc.

A distance of at least one meter should be maintained between base station and other equipment. This will minimize the risk of such interference.

7.When you do not need to carry your handsets around, leave them on the base unit or charger pod, to keep the batteries charged.

8.If you hear a warning tone as move around during a call, and/ or the sound in the earpiece becomes faint or distorted; you may be going out of range of the base unit.

Move nearer to the base unit within 20 seconds, until the tone stops. Otherwise your call may be cut off.

! NOTE: Dispose of used batteries safely, never burn them, or put them where they could get punctured.

Making and answering calls

To switch the handset ON or OFF

Press and hold the CLEAR button for 2~3 seconds to switch the handset ON /OFF.

To make a call

1.Key in the telephone number (If you make a mistake, press CLEAR button to clear digits from the display. To clear all digits, press and holdCLEAR button.)

2.Press the CALL button.

3.Or you also can dial the stored number through UP/DOWN button.

Note: You can dial the number after you press the CALL button if you need, but you won't be able to correct any mistakes if you do it in this way.

When you dial the outside line access digit (e.g. 9) then the telephone number, press and hold the "#" button about 2 seconds for a pause.

To redial a call

In standby mode, press and hold the CALL button to enter the dial list, and press the UP/DOWN button to scroll through the number you want to dial, then press theCALL button to redial.

To answer a call

When the handset and base unit ring, press the CALL button to answer a call, and the

symbolorappears in the display.

When the AUTO TALK is turned on, you can simply answer the call by lifting the handset from the base unit (see AUTO TALK part).

To end a call

Press the END button to end a call.

Earpiece volume

During a call, to adjust the volume of the earpiece:

Press the UP orDOWN button to change the volume.

Muting the mouthpiece

During a call, if you want the person on the other hand end cannot hear you; press MUTE once to mute the mouthpiece;

While the mouthpiece is muted, you cannot press any number key to send digits down the line; Press MUTE key again to get back to the call.

Phone Book

Up to 30 records could be stored in each handset's Phone Book. Each record can store up to 20 digits, and names of up to 8 characters could be stored with the number. In standby mode, press UP/DOWN button to show phonebook list. There are two ways to enter phonebook. In standby mode, pressPHONEBOOK button to enter phonebook; or throughMENU andUP/DOWN button to enter phonebook.

To store new number into phonebook

1.Press the OK button, the display showsADD

2.Press the OK button again, then key in the name and the number

3.Press the OK button to confirm

4.Press the CLEAR button twice to return to standby mode, or you can continue to store number.

To clear a number from phonebook

1.Press the OK button, the display showsADD

2.Press UP/DOWN button to the locationDELETE

3.Press OK button to confirm, then pressUP/DOWN button to select the number you want to delete

4.Press the OK to delete the name and number, the display showsDELETE

5.Press the CLEAR button to return to standby mode

To modify (change) a number in phonebook

1.Press the OK button, the display showsADD

2.Press UP/DOWN button to the locationEDIT, then pressOK to confirm, the display shows the first stored number

3.Press UP/DOWN button to select the number you want to modify, then pressOK to confirm

4.Press CLEAR button to clear the old name, then key in the new name;

5.Press OK to save the edit, pressCLEAR button to clear the old number and key in the new number.

6.Press OK to save the change, then Press theCLEAR button to return to standby mode

To clear all numbers from phonebook

1.Press the OK button, the display showsADD

2.Press UP/DOWN button to the locationDEL ALL

3.Press the OK button to delete all numbers, the display showsOK?

4.Press the OK button to confirm, the display showsEMPTY.

To dial a number from phonebook

1.In standby mode, press UP/DOWN button to enter the phonebook list directly;

2.Key in the first letter of the name to quick search the accordance number you want to Dial;

3.Press CALL button.

Call Logs

You must subscribe to Caller ID service from your service provider to use this feature.

Call Logs store information related to received calls, missed calls and dialed calls. The SD3101 can store up to a maximum of 30 calls, consisting of 10 received, missed and dialed calls respectively.

To check call records

1.Press the MENU button

The display shows CALL LOGS

2.Press the OK button, then pressUP/DOWN button to the locationsMISSED, RECEIVED, orDIALED calls.

3.Press the OK button, then pressUP/DOWN button to scroll the records

To save a number in call logs

When you received a new number, you want to store in phonebook. The following is for your reference.

1.Repeat step 1 to 3 above, until the display shows the new number.

2.Press the MENU button, the displays showsSAVE

3.Press the MENU button, the displays showsNAME?

4.Key in the name, Press the MENU button to save.

To edit a number in call logs

1.Repeat step 1 to 3 in “To check call records” section, until the display shows the number;

2.Press the MENU button, then pressUP/DOWN button to the locationEDIT;

3.Press the OK button, then pressCLEAR button to clear the old number and key in the new number;

4.Press the OK button to save the change.

To clear a number in call logs

1.Repeat step 1 to 3 in “ To check call records” section, until the display shows the number;

2.Press the MENU button, then pressUP/DOWN button to the locationDELETE;

3.Press the OK button to confirm.

To clear all number in call logs

1.Repeat step 1 to 3 in “To check call records” section, until the display shows the number;

2.Press the MENU button, then pressUP/DOWN button to the locationDEL ALL;

3.Press the OK button, the display showsOK?

4.Press the OK button to confirm.

To dial a number from call logs

1.Ensure the required name/number is visible on the display

2.Press CALL button

Handset Setting

Key tone on and off

Each time you press a key on your handset, you hear a tone. You can turn this off if needed.

1.Press the MENU button, then pressUP/DOWN button to the locationHANDSET

2.Press the OK button

The display shows KEYTONE

3.Press the OK, the display showsON? orOFF?

4.Press the OK button to confirm