Quectel Wireless Solutions 16182010002 User Manual

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Contents

 

 

 

 

 

Precautions and Notices for Safety

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Declaration of Conformity to

 

 

R&TTE Directive

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The Safelinq service

6

 

 

 

 

1

Introduction

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2

Features

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3

Components

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4

Name of Each Part

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5

Battery Assembly/Disassembly

12

 

 

 

 

 

5.1 Battery Assembly

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5.2 Battery Disassembly

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Installing the SIM card

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Buttons

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7.1

Button overview

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7.2

Button description

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LED’s and Connectors

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Operating your SmartLinQ Mobile

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9.1

Switching your SmartLinQ Mobile on/off

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9.2

Call/Answer

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9.3

Adjust the volume

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9.4

Make a phone call

19

 

 

 

 

 

9.5

Emergency

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9.6

Auto Answer

21

 

 

 

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Technical Specification

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Troubleshooting and Safety info

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Precautions and Notices for Safety

Please ensure that you use your handset correctly after reading the safety instructions.

Precautions

Turn your phone off in a potentially explosive atmosphere.

Turn your phone off during a flight.

Do not use your phone while driving.

Turn your phone off in a hospital.

Be aware of the details on electromagnetic waves of your phone.

Do not touch your phone or its power plug with a wet hand.

Do not remodel, disassemble, or repair your phone on your own.

Use only approved batteries and accessories

Use the standard charger acquired with a TTA certified mark.

Do not keep your phone in or near a source of heating, like a stove or microwave oven.

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Declaration of Conformity to R&TTE Directive

1999/5/EC

This equipment fulfils the R&TTE directive (Council Directive 1999/5/EC).

European States qualified under wireless approvals:

EU

Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France,

Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg,

The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and

the United Kingdom

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The Safelinq service

The SmartLinQ Mobile has been exclusively developed by Safelinq. For the full details of the functionality of your SmartLinQ Mobile go to www.safelinq.com. It should be noted that the SmartLinQ Mobile will only operate in combination with a Safelinq subscription.

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1. Introduction

The SmartLinQ Mobile is a powerful GPS location device which is small in size and lightweight. It is designed for personal security and has an inbuilt emergency call button as well as a motion sensor. Both these features ensure direct contact to your chosen control centre or emergency number should

you encounter a difficult or threatening situation. As your location will be known, the control centre or emergency contact can deal with the situation efficiently and effectively.

The SmartLinQ Mobile is designed to work on any mobile GSM network using 850, 900, 1800 or 1900 frequency (Quad Band).

The SmartLinQ Mobile offers controlled dialling allowing you to call four pre-programmed telephone numbers.

When you slide the emergency button up, your current position will automatically be sent to the control centre and the four pre-programmed numbers will simultaneously be dialled in sequence.

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2. Features

GPS (Global positioning system) Receiver

Emergency button

Motion sensor alert

Low battery alert

Speed sensor alert

Four pre-programmable buttons

Auto answer

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3. Components

 

 

SmartLinQ Mobile

Use an approved Safelinq charger and battery.

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Battery Pack

Do not use non genuine parts as it could damage

3

Handsfree headset

the battery or cause an explosion.

4AC-power adapter

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4. Name of Each Part

Earphone jack

 

Button Lock

Volume

GSM LED

Speaker

power LED

GPS LED

Emergency button

 

Call/Answer

Power/Hang up

Microphone

Pre-Programmable

 

buttons

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Power adapter/connector

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