Siemens GIGASET C88 User manual

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Gigaset
C88
User Manual
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Congratulations
Congratulations on your purchase of the Siemens Gigaset C88 telephone system!
This phones 2.4 GHz frequency and high-speed digital voice encoding provide reception and voice clarity that is superior to other cordless phones. And, its digital
spread spectrum technology will provide you with secure, private conversations.
1
General
Quick reference
Handset
Turn handset on/off
(see page 10)
Turn keypad protection on/off
(see page 10)
Turn tones on/off
Hold down
a
Hold down ª
Hold down «
Make an external call
oc
(see page 15)
Redial a number
RDL If applicable,YZ select an entryc
(see page 17)
Copy telephone number
to the Directory (see page 17) MENU SEND TO DIR OK
Dial from the Directory
o [Name] and/orZc
(see page 18)
Dial from the Call Log
J Z C LOG
OK If necessary Zc
(see page 24)
h
Set the handset volume
(see page 31)
Make an internal call
(see page 15)
Call all handsets
(see page 15)
Transfer call to another
handset (see page 29)
Consultation Calls
(see page 29)
Set the date (see page 11)
Set the time
(see page 11)
Set the alarm clock
(see page 13)
Backspace
(see page 36)
2
MENU
ZY
Z
HS SETT
INT For example:
INT
OK
H/SET VOL
OK
OK
« or
^
or INT YZc
c
INT INT ALL
INT For example:
INT For example:
Ÿ
Ÿ;
MENU Z BASE SETT
a
End: MENU EXIT OK
OK
Z CLOCK
OK
Z CLOCK
OK
DATE OK
MENU Z BASE SETT
Z TIME
OK
OK
MENU ALARM CLOCK
OK Enter the time OK
General
Handset Diagram
LED
lights up during a call;
flashes at:
- incoming calls
- new messages
- alarm call
Headset jack
Charging status
1
Talk key
- answer a call
- dial a telephone number
RDL
Directory key
Open the directory
10--30 AM
Display
INT MENU
END
TALK
Key 1 (programmable)
Hold down to select the
Telco mailbox
1
2ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5JKL
6 MNO
7 PQRS 8TUV 9 WXYZ
00OPER
Star key
Hold down to
on/off
the ringer
R
MEM
Microphone
Flash key
Pause
(hold key down)
Current display and
soft keys
see below
End key and
On/Off key
- end the call
- cancel function
- one menu level back
(press briefly)
- Return to idle state
(hold down)
- when the telephone is
idle on/off (hold down)
Pound key
Hold down to on/off keypad protection
Memory key
Display and Soft keys
Time
Internal telephone
no. of the handset
Alarm clock on signal
1
RDL
Charging status
10--30 AM
INT MENU
(if alarm has
been set)
Soft keys:
In the display:
current functions
Ý battery empty
Ú battery fully charged
flashing: battery low
END
TALK
Press the corresponding keys to initiate the
function shown in the
display.
3
General
Display
symbols
General
1
10--30 AM
RDL
INT MENU
J
RDL
INT
MENU
Automatic redial Mailbox icon:
Intercom key:
key:
Opens the messages/ Call other regisOpens the list
entries in the Call Log/ tered handsets.
with the last five Telco voice mail.
telephone numThere are new messagbers dialed.
es if the icon flashes.
Menu key:
To access menu
(when the telephone is idle or
during a call).
2
ALARM CLOCK
OK
Y
Z
OK
Scroll through the menu by pressing Confirm the function selected.
the soft key directly below the symbol. End and save the setting.
Then:
Press a briefly: 1 menu level up
Hold down a: Return to the idle state
No input: Automatically return to the idle state
1
10--30 AM
MENU
<
>
Scroll to the left and right
when entering numbers or messages.
4
Delete key (Backspace):
Delete input from right to left.
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Table of Contents
Installing the Telephone System .............................. 6
Date and Time ........................................................ 11
Making Calls ........................................................... 15
Enhanced Telephone Features ............................... 17
Handset Operation ................................................. 26
Individual Handset Settings ................................... 31
Base Station Settings ............................................. 33
Connecting the Base Station to a PBX ................... 34
Appendix ................................................................ 36
Troubleshooting ..................................................... 37
Safety Precautions ................................................. 38
5
Installing the Telephone System
Press Keys:
Installing the Telephone
System
The package contains the following:
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1 Gigaset C88 base station
1 Gigaset C88 handset
1 power supply unit
1 telephone cord
1 belt clip
2 AA rechargeable NiCd batteries
1 User Manual
1 Quick Start Guide
Installing the Base Station
The base station is designed for operation in protected rooms with a temperature range from 0°F to
+45°F.
Important: For best reception, place the
base in a high central location, away from other electrical devices.
6
Installing the Telephone System
Connecting the Base Station
Power supply unit
(220 V / 50 Hz
with cord )
Telephone jack and telephone cord
1
• Insert the
small plug on
cord into
phone jack
• Place cord in
the base cable
channel
• insert power
supply unit
into wall outlet
Key to register
additional
handsets/Page
handsets.
2
• Insert plug on the telephone cord into telephone jack on base unit (clicks
into place)
• Place cord in cable channel on the bottom of the base
• Insert other end of plug into telephone jack on the wall
• Only use the power supply unit included as indicated on the underside of
the base.
• Use the telephone cord supplied. Do not use any old cords.
• Do not use an outlet controlled by a wall switch.
7
Installing the Telephone System
Press Keys:
Setting Up the Handset
Remove the protective plastic film
from display.
Inserting the batteries
–
–+
+
–+
• Insert the batteries, as shown above.
• Place cover and push gently upward until it clicks
into place (the unit is shipped with the battery
cover off).
• To open, press the grooved area on the cover and
slide back.
• Use only “AA” rechargeable NiCd or NiMH
batteries. Do not use Alkaline, Lithium or
non-rechargeable batteries.
• Never use non-Siemens charging units as
these could damage the batteries and
phone.
k
Ö
Placing the Handset into the Base Station
and Charging the Batteries
Before using your handset, place it in the base station with the display facing upward. After about one
minute, the handset's internal number is shown in
upper left hand corner of display (for example, “1”).
For information on how to register additional
handsets (bought separately), see page 27.
Note:
Your Gigaset is now ready for operation. Please set
date and the time (see page 11), so that the time of
incoming calls can be noted correctly.
8
Installing the Telephone System
Press Keys:
Leave the handset for about 12–14 hours in the
base station to charge the batteries. The charging
status symbol flashes on the handset, indicating
that the batteries are being charged:
Ý Batteries empty
Û Batteries 2/3
Ü Batteries 1/3
charged
Ú Batteries fully
(symbol flashes)
charged
charged
• Once the initial charging operation is completed, replace your handset into the base
station after each call. Charging is controlled electronically. This ensures optimum charging and prolongs battery life.
• The batteries heat up during charging. This
is normal and not dangerous.
• The battery charging status is correctly displayed only after uninterrupted charging/
discharging. You should therefore avoid
opening the battery compartment unnecessarily.
Attaching the Belt Clip
Push the belt clip onto the back of the handset until
the tabs click into place.
9
Installing the Telephone System
Press Keys:
Turning Handset On/Off
a
To turn handset on/off, hold down the End key –
you will hear a confirmation beep*.
The handset is turned on as soon as you insert the batteries and place the handset in
the base station.
Turning Keypad Lock On/Off
You can disable the handset keys when carrying the
unit in your pocket or bag. This protects the keypad
against inadvertent activation. If there is an incoming call, the key lock is automatically turned off and
turned on after the call has ended.
c Answering a call: Press the Talk key.
ª
To turn keypad lock on/off, hold down the pound key
– you will hear the confirmation beep*.
Emergency Calls cannot be made when the
keypad is locked.
* Confirmation beep = rising tone sequence,
Error beep = falling tone sequence.
10
Date and Time
Press Keys:
Date and Time
Setting the Date and the Time
The date and time settings are necessary in order
for the date and time of the arrival of messages/incoming calls to be displayed correctly. If you subscribe to Caller ID, the time and date will be automatically set with the first incoming call. If not,
manually set by using the steps below. You can also
set the clock mode, to the 12 hour mode (AM and
PM) or 24 hour mode.
• The default setting is 12 hour mode.
• If you subscribe to Caller ID the date and
time may be sent from your telephone service and will be automatically set.
• If you want to voice stamp your answering
machine, you must set the date and time.
Date
MENU
åååååååååååå
Open the Menu.
Z
BASE SETT
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Base Setting and press OK.
Z
CLOCK
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Clock and press OK.
Z
DATE
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Select Date and press OK.
The current setting is displayed in the MM-DD-YY
mode.
For example:
Þ¢Ÿ¢Þ] Enter the month/day/year (for example, 05-25-01 as
shown).
<
ååååååå >
ååååååå If necessary, skip to a digit to correct it.
ååååååå Save the setting by pressing OK.
[
Time
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
Z
BASE SETT
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Base Setting and press OK.
Z
CLOCK
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Clock and press OK.
Z
TIME
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Time and press OK.
11
Date and Time
Press Keys:
The current setting is displayed as HH:MM.
For example:
]Þ^Þ
Enter the hours/minutes for example, 10:30 as
shown.
<
ååååååå >
ååååååå If necessary, skip to a digit to correct it.
ååååååå Save the setting by pressing OK.
[
If 12 hour mode is set as Clock Mode:
AM [
ååååååå
ååååååå Select AM and press OK.
or
Z
PM [
ååååååå ååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to PM and and press OK.
ååååååå Save the setting by pressing OK.
[
Display Mode (12 or 24 Hours)
By default, the clock is set to the 12 hour
mode.
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
Z åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
BASE SETT
[
ååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Base Setting and press OK.
Z åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
CLOCK
[
ååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Clock and press OK.
Z
CLOCK MODE
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Clock Mode and press OK.
24 H
[
åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Select 24 hour mode and press OK.
or
Z
12 H
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to 12 hour mode and press OK.
12
Date and Time
Press Keys:
Setting the Alarm
Your Gigaset has an alarm function to help you keep
track of your schedule.
A prerequisite for this function that you have
set date and time (see page 11).
Turning the Alarm On
The active alarm rings every day at the set time.
MENU
åååååååååååå
Open the Menu.
Z
ALARM CLOCK
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Alarm Clock and press OK
(marked with a 9).
For example:
]Þ^Þ
Enter the time for the alarm (hours/minutes).
For example, 10:30 AM as shown.
<
ååååååå >
ååååååå If necessary, skip to a digit to correct it.
ååååååå Save the setting by pressing OK.
[
The asterisk
indicates that
the alarm
clock is set.
1
10--30 AM
RDL
INT MENU
Z
AM
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Then select AM or PM and press OK.
Turning the Alarm Off
The alarm clock is set, but you do not want the
alarm to sound.
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
Z åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ALARM CLOCK
[
ååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Alarm Clock and press OK.
The alarm is turned off. The asterisk before the time
display is no longer shown.
13
Date and Time
Press Keys:
Stopping the Alarm Sound
An alarm clock rings and both LED and ring tone
work about 30 seconds. Press any key on the handset to turn off the alarm sound.
The alarm will sound about 30 seconds and
stop.
14
Making Calls
Press Keys:
Making Calls
Making an External Call
o
Dial the telephone number. If necessary use the
backspace key to correct single digits.
c Press the Talk key.
a
To end the call, press the End key.
• You can also press the Talk key first and
then enter the telephone number – each
digit is dialed immediately.
• You can cancel the dialing operation with
the End key.
• You can insert a pause, for example for international calls, by holding down the Flash
key R located in lower left hand corner of
handset.
Making Intercom Calls
Intercom calls are calls to other registered handsets
and does not tie up your telephone line (for example, calls within your home from the kitchen to the
living room).
For example:
I Ÿ Press the Intercom soft key and enter the desired
ååååååååvvv
handset's telephone number,
or
Select the desired handset and press the Talk key.
Y
ååååååå Zc
ååååååå
Paging All Handsets
I « Press the Intercom soft key and then press the Star
ååååååååvvv
key
or
c press the Talk key.
a
Ending a Call
Press the End key.
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Making Calls
Press Keys:
Answering a Call
c Press the Talk key.
or
ÖÄk
ÖÄk
Pick up the handset from the base station or charger (default: Auto talk, see page 32).
Answering Caller ID Calls
Caller ID is a service provided by the local telephone
company which allows your Gigaset to display the
name and number of the person who is calling you.
Contact your local telephone company to subscribe
to Caller ID service.
As incoming call is displayed if follows:
First the number of the incoming call is displayed as
5125551212
åååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
follows.
After a moment the name is then displayed as folJANE DOE
åååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
lows.
If the number is stored in your directory, only the
name stored will appear.
If you have not applied for Caller ID service.
<< >>
åååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
If the number and/or name is suppressed by the
PRV CALL
åååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
caller, PRV CALL will be displayed instead of the relevant information.
OUT OF AREA If the number and/or name is not available to your
åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
telephone company, OUT OF AREA will be displayed
instead of the relevant information..
If the caller is unknown or no available Caller ID inåååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
UNKNOWN
formation is received by the local telephone
company.
• If the incoming name is longer than 12 letters only the first 12 are displayed.
• If the incoming number is longer than 12
letters only the first 12 are displayed.
16
Enhanced Telephone Features
Press Keys:
Enhanced Telephone
Features
In addition to standard telephoning, your Gigaset
offers a number of other fast, convenient features.
Redial
Your handset automatically saves the last five telephone numbers dialed.
RDL Select RDL.
ååååååååå
ZY
ååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to the desired telephone number.
c Press the Talk key – the telephone number is dialed.
Delete the Redialing List
You can delete all numbers from your redialing list.
RDL Select RDL.
ååååååååå
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
£
Press the 6 key.
DELETE
[
åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Press OK at the prompt.
Copying the Redial Number to the Directory
RDL Select RDL.
ååååååååå
Z
MENU Select a telephone number and open the Menu.
ååååååå åååååååååååå
Z
SEND TO DIR
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Send To Directory and press OK.
o[
ååååååå If necessary, change the telephone number or set
the number by pressing OK.
o[
ååååååå
Using the keypad, edit the name and press OK.
For more information about the input of letters and characters (see page 36).
17
Enhanced Telephone Features
Press Keys:
Directory
The Directory allows you to store up to 20 telephone numbers.
Storing a Directory Entry
h
Open the Directory list.
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
Z åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
NEW ENTRY
[
ååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to New Entry and press OK.
o Enter the telephone number (max. 22 digits).
[
ååååååå Press OK.
Follow all local telephone company dialing requirements, such as 7-digit, 10-digit or 11-digit dialing.
o Enter the name (max. 12 characters).
[
ååååååå Press OK.
Refer to character map in the Appendix (page
36) for using the keypad to enter names and
numbers.
h
Dialing a Number from the Directory
Open the Directory.
The names are listed in alphabetical order according
to the way that you entered them.
For example:
^
^^
^^^
Press the 3 key once for David.
Press the 3 key twice for Eric.
Press the 3 key three times for Frank.
c Press the Talk key. The telephone number is dialed.
18
Enhanced Telephone Features
Press Keys:
h
Displaying and Editing a Directory Entry
Open the Directory.
For example:
^^
Enter the first letter of the name, such as Eric.
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
Z
DISPLAY
ENT
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå [
ååååååå Scroll to Display Entry and press OK. The number is
displayed.
o[
ååååååå
o[
ååååååå
Using the keypad, edit the number and press OK.
Using the keypad, edit the name and press OK.
Refer to character map in the Appendix (page
36) for using the keypad to enter names and
numbers.
h
Deleting a Single Entry from the Directory
Open the Directory.
For example:
^^
Enter the first letter of the name, such as Eric.
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
Z åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
DELETE
[
ååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Delete and press OK.
19
Enhanced Telephone Features
Press Keys:
Memory Dial List
C
The Memory Dial allows you to store up to 9 frequently dialed numbers for quick access using the
1–9 keys. It is recommended that you use the "1" for
answering machine or voice mail from the telephone company.
Storing a Memory Dial Entry
C
Open the Memory Dial list.
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
Z åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
NEW ENTRY
[
ååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to New Entry and press OK.
o[
ååååååå Enter the telephone number (max. 12 digits) and
press OK.
o[
ååååååå
Using the keypad, select a quick access key. Press
the desired key (2–9) as required and then enter the
name. Press OK, when finished.
Example: 3 ERIC
4x ^ = 3;
2x ^= E,
3x ¤ = R,
3x ¡ = I,
3x Ÿ = C.
Refer to character map in the Appendix (page
36) for using the keypad to enter names and
numbers.
20
Enhanced Telephone Features
Press Keys:
Dialing a Number from the Memory List
Select the memory location desired and give the
key a long press.
Example: Long press on key ^ is for Eric.
The telephone number is displayed.
c Press the Talk key.
Displaying and Editing a Memory Dial
Number
C
Open the Memory Dial list.
Z
MENU Select a telephone number and open the Menu.
ååååååå åååååååååååå
Z åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
DISPLAY ENT
[
ååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Display Entry and press OK. The number is
displayed.
o[
ååååååå
o[
ååååååå
Using the keypad, edit the number and press OK.
Using the keypad, edit the name and press OK.
Refer to character map in the Appendix (page
36) for using the keypad to enter names and
numbers.
Deleting a Single Entry from the Memory
Dial List
C
Open the Memory Dial list.
Z
MENU Scroll to telephone number and open the Menu.
ååååååå åååååååååååå
Z åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
DELETE
[
ååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Delete and press OK.
21
Enhanced Telephone Features
Press Keys:
Call Log *
The numbers of the last 30 incoming calls are saved
in the Call Log.
• Calls picked up on the first ring will not be
logged in the Call Log. Call Waiting calls
are included in the Call Log if you have subscribed to Caller ID with Call Waiting from
your local telephone company.
• If several calls are received under the
same number, all calls are recorded.
• You must subscribe to Caller ID for the Call
Log to record numbers.
Call Log Settings
Optionally you can choose to save:
• only the missed calls
• all incoming calls.
J
ååååååå
Z
C LOG
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå
MENU
åååååååååååå
Z
LIST
TYPE
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå [
ååååååå
MISSED
[
åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå
Open the Call Log.
Scroll to Call Log and press OK.
Open the Menu.
Scroll to List Type and press OK.
Select Missed and press OK.
or
Z
ALL
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to All and press OK.
*
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If Caller ID is provided by your telco.
Enhanced Telephone Features
Press Keys:
New Call Indicator
J
ååååååå If there are new calls or a telco voice message, the
new call symbol in the display and the LED on top
of the handset will flash.
New Calls
J
ååååååå Select the new call symbol.
Z
C LOG
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Call Log and press OK.
The display in the example means:
symbolizes Call Log.
symbolizes 2 new calls and 6 old calls
The telephone number received last is displayed.
C LOG
02 06
Z
ååååååå Y
ååååååå Scroll to the next or previous entry.
a
Press the End key when finished.
Voice Mail
J
ååååååå Select the new call symbol.
Z
VM
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Voice Message and press OK.
The display in the example means:
symbolizes Voice Mail.
symbolizes 2 new telco VM calls and 6
old calls.
The telephone number received last is displayed.
VM
02 06
Z
ååååååå Y
ååååååå Scroll to the next or previous entry.
a
Press the End key when finished.
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Enhanced Telephone Features
Press Keys:
Calling from Call Log
Important: There are certain exceptional
cases (such as a long distance call despite
the same Area Code, Metro Numbers) which
are not covered by this check. In these cases
please dial the correct number manually.
J
ååååååå Open the Call Log.
Z
C LOG
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Call Log and press OK.
Y
Z
ååååååå ååååååå Scroll to the telephone number.
c
Press the Talk key.
Deleting Number from Call Log
J
ååååååå
Z
C LOG
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå
Z
ååååååå Y
ååååååå
MENU
åååååååååååå
Z
DELETE
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå
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Open the Call Log.
Scroll to Call Log and press OK.
Scroll to the telephone number.
Open the Menu.
Select Delete and press OK.
Enhanced Telephone Features
Press Keys:
Copying Call Log Number to the Directory
J
ååååååå
Z
C LOG
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå
Z
ååååååå Y
ååååååå
MENU
åååååååååååå
Z
SEND TO DIR
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå
o[
ååååååå
Open the Call Log.
Scroll to Call Log and press OK.
Scroll to the telephone number.
Open the Menu.
Scroll to Send To Directory and press OK.
If necessary, using the keypad, edit the number and
press OK.
o[
ååååååå Using the keypad, edit the name and press OK.
• Please note that numbers copied from the
call log list to the telephone book may require editing, for example adding a "1" or
removing the Area Code (see page 19).
• You can also store a telephone number
during an active call by pressing MENU
and scrolling to SEND TO DIR .
Deleting the Call Log
J
ååååååå
Z
C LOG
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå
MENU
åååååååååååå
Z
DELETE LOG
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå
Open the Call Log.
Scroll to Call Log and press OK.
Open the Menu.
Scroll to Delete Log and press OK.
Finding Out the Status of a Call
In the Call Log you can also display whether an entry is new or old or whether the call was answered.
J
ååååååå Open the Call Log.
Z
C LOG
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Call Log and press OK.
Z
MENU Scroll to the Call Log entry and open the Menu.
ååååååå åååååååååååå
Z
DETAILS
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Details and press OK.
The handset display shows:
NEW
02/04
OLD
01/03
ANSWERED
NEW NET MSG
OLD NET MSG
The second of four new calls in
the list.
The first of three calls that
were already in the list.
The call has been answered
(LIST TYPE ALL).
The Telco Voice Mail message
is new in the list.
The Telco Voice Mail message
is old in the list.
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Handset Operation
Press Keys:
kk
1
2
...
k
4
Handset Operation
You can register and operate up to four three handsets at the Gigaset C88 base station.
Registering and Deregistering
Handsets
The handset that comes with the system is automatically registered with the base station. To register additional handsets, follow the procedures described in this chapter.
k
Ö
Automatic Registration
Automatic registration is possible for only the supplied handset and any additional Gigaset C88 handsets. Before using your handset, turn it off and
place it in the base station with the display facing
you. After approximately one minute, the handset
will be registered and its internal (intercom) number
is shown (for example, 2).
Up to twothree additional handsets may be added
to the system for a total of four handsets.
The next unassigned intercom number (2 through
4) is automatically assigned to the handset. If all
numbers are assigned, the intercom number 4 is reassigned.
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Handset Operation
Press Keys:
Manual Registration
You may also manually register additional handsets
to your base station.
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
Z åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
REGISTER HS
[
ååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Register Handsets and press OK.
PIN is displayed.
o[
ååååååå Enter the 4-digit system PIN (default: 0000) and
press OK (see page 33 for Changing System PIN).
REGISTER HS Entry will be flashing.
åååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
[
ååååååå Press OK at the flashing prompt.
Underside of the base station
Hold down the Page/Registration key on the underside of the base station for approximately 10 seconds until a signal tone is heard from the base station.
If all internal handset numbers are assigned, the intercom number 4 is reassigned. The handset that
has been registered under number 4 will be deregistered.
When it has been successfully registered, the
handset reverts to the idle state.
De-registering Handsets
INT Press the Intercom soft key.
ååååååå
ååååååå Y
ååååååå Scroll to the handset to be de-registered.
Z
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
Z
DE-REGISTER
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to De-register and press OK.
PIN is displayed.
o[
ååååååå Enter the 4-digit system PIN (default: 0000) and
press OK.
DE-REGISTER? [
åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Press OK at the prompt.
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Handset Operation
Press Keys:
Changing the Name of a Handset
The names INT 1, INT 2, and so on are assigned automatically. However, you can change these names,
for example, to ANNE or OFFICE (10 characters
maximum).
INT
ååååååå
Z
ååååååå Y
ååååååå
MENU
åååååååååååå
Z
CHANGE NAME [
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå
Press the intercom soft key.
Scroll to the required handset.
Open the Menu.
Scroll to Change Name and press OK.
o Enter name (see character map on page 36).
ååååååå Press OK.
[
Changing a Handset's Internal/
Intercom Number
You can change the number of a handset.
INT Press the Intercom soft key.
ååååååå
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
ASSIGN NO
[
åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Select Assign Number and press OK. All registered
handsets are displayed.
Z
ååååååå Scroll to the handset.
For example:
Ÿ[
ååååååå
Select a free intercom number and press OK.
If the selected intercom telephone number
has already been assigned to a different
handset, you will hear an error beep (descending tone sequence).
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Handset Operation
Press Keys:
Transferring a Call
You can transfer an external call to another handset.
INT Press the Intercom soft key.
ååååååå
The external caller hears music on hold.
For example:
Ÿ
a
Enter the intercom handset number.
When the internal user answers, announce the external call.
Press the End key. The call is transferred.
or
Press the End key without announcing. If the internal user does not answer or his line is busy, the call
is automatically returned to you.
Consultation Calls
You are conducting a call with an external user. You
can call another internal user and conduct a consultation call without clearing the initial connection.
You are automatically reconnected to the external
caller when you end the consultation call.
INT Press the Intercom soft key.
ååååååå
The external caller hears music on hold.
For example:
Ÿ
Enter the intercom number of the handset.
You are now talking to the second internal user.
Ending the Consultation Call
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
Z
EXIT
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Exit and press OK.
You are reconnected to the external caller.
or
a[
ååååååå
Press the End key and press OK. The external call is
transferred to the second internal user.
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Handset Operation
Press Keys:
Turning the Ringer On/Off
All handsets ring when there is an incoming call.
You can turn off the ringer.
«
Hold down the asterisk key until the handset does
not ring any more.
The ringer is deactivated.
«
To reactivate the ringer, press the asterisk key.
Paging
Press the Page/Registration button on the bottom
side of the base station very briefly.
All handsets ring at the same time.
To End Paging
Press the Page/Registration button again.
or
c Press the Talk key on a handset.
k
Resetting a Handset
to the Default Setting
You may want to reset your handset to its default
settings. The Directory, the Memory Dial list, and
the Call Log are not deleted when you reset the
handset. Registration at the base station is not affected.
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
¬^
Press the 9 key and then the 3 key to activate the
procedure.
DEFAULT?
[
åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Press OK at the prompt.
Then turn your handset off and on to complete the
procedure.
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Individual Handset Settings
Press Keys:
k
Individual Handset Settings
You can set your handset according to your wishes
to distinguish it from the standard settings and to
maximize convenience.
Change the Display Language of a
Handset
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
¬Ÿ
Þ]
or ÞŸ
or Þ^
Press the 9 key and the 2 key followed by:
English (default),
French,
Spanish.
Modifying the Volume and
Changing the Melody
Handset Volume
You can choose from three levels of volume for the
handsets – even during a call.
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
Z
HS
SETT
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå [
ååååååå Scroll to Handset Settings and press OK.
H/SET VOL
[
åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Select Handset Volume and press OK.
ååååååå
ååååååå [
åååååå You hear the current volume and its level is disZY
played. Scroll to the desired volume and press OK.
Ringer Volume (Ring Tone)
You can choose from seven options:
• Five ringer volumes (1–5)
• Ring with increasing volume (6)
• No ringer (ringer off: 0)
Open the Menu.
MENU
åååååååååååå
Z
HS
SETT
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå [
ååååååå Scroll to Handset Settings and press OK.
Z
RINGER
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Ringer and press OK.
Z
ååååååå [
ååååååå You hear the current volume and its level is dis-
played. Scroll to the desired volume and press OK.
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Individual Handset Settings
Press Keys:
Ringer Melody
You can choose from ten ringer melodies (1–10).
MENU
åååååååååååå
Open the Menu.
Z
HS SETT
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Handset Settings and press OK.
Z
MELODY
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Melody and press OK.
Z
ååååååå [
ååååååå You hear the current melody and its number is displayed. Scroll to the the desired melody and press
OK.
Turning Battery Low Beep On/Off
You are notified that the battery is low either by a
flashing icon in the display or by an audible beep.
You can choose to turn this beep tone on or off.
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
¬¡]
Turn on the function.
¬¡Þ
Turn off the function.
or
Turning Auto Talk On/Off
c You can remove the handset from the charging unit
without pressing the Talk key to accept a call.
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
¬]]
Turn on the function.
¬]Þ
Turn off the function.
or
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Base Station Settings
Press Keys:
Base Station Settings
Ö
All base station settings are conveniently made using the handset!
Changing the System PIN
To protect the system settings from unauthorized
access, you should change the default PIN (0000)
to a PIN that only you know. T
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
Z åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
BASE SETT
[
ååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Base Settings and press OK.
Z åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
SYSTEM PIN
[
ååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to System PIN and press OK.
o Enter the default system PIN (default: 0000).
For security reasons, only four asterisks (****) are
displayed.
[
ååååååå Press OK.
o Enter the new system PIN (4 digits).
[
ååååååå Four asterisks (****) representing your PIN are displayed again. Press OK.
o Repeat the new system PIN.
[
ååååååå Press OK.
Ö
MENU
åååååååååååå
Z
BASE SETT
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå
Z
DEFAULT SETT
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå
o[
ååååååå
Resetting the Base Station
to the Default Setting
You may want to reset your base station to its default settings. Resetting the base station does not
affect the system PIN or handset registration.
Open the Menu.
Scroll to Base Settings and press OK.
Scroll to Default and press OK.
Enter the system PIN (default setting: 0000) and
press OK.
RESET ?
[
åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Press OK at the prompt.
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Connecting the Base Station to a PBX
Press Keys:
Connecting the Base Station
to a PBX
Your Gigaset may be operating behind a PBX.
Changing the Dialing Mode
It is necessary to change the dialing mode only if
your PBX does not operate with the preset tone dialing (DTMF – dual-tone multifrequency). Please refer to the operating instructions of your PBX.
Options:
MENU
åååååååååååå
Z
BASE SETT
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå
Z
SPECIAL FCT
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå
DIAL
MODE
[
åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå ååååååå
Z
ååååååå [
ååååååå
• Tone dialing (DTMF),
• Pulse dialing (P).
Open the Menu.
Scroll to Base Settings and press OK.
Scroll to Special Functions and press OK.
Select Dial Mode and press OK.
Scroll to the desired dialing mode and press OK.
Setting the Flash Time
Prerequisite:
Your PBX requires a flash time different from the
preset flash time. Please refer to the operating instructions of your PBX.
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
Z åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
BASE SETT
[
ååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Base Settings and press OK.
Z
SPECIAL
FCT
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå ååååååå Scroll to Special Functions and press OK.
Z
FLASH TIME
[
ååååååå åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Flash Time and press OK.
Z
ååååååå [
ååååååå Scroll to the required flash time and press OK.
Options (in milliseconds):
80, 100, 120, 180, 250, 300, and 800
The current setting is marked with a 9.
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Connecting the Base Station to a PBX
Press Keys:
Switching Temporarily to Tone Dialing
If your PBX still operates with dial pulsing (DP) but
tone dialing (DTMF) is required (for example, to
check the mailbox), you must switch to tone dialing
(DTMF) during the call.
Prerequisite:
You are making a call.
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
Z åååååååååååååååååååååååååååååååå
TEMP DTMF
[
ååååååå
ååååååå Scroll to Temp DTMF and press OK. Tone dialing is
active.
Setting Pauses
c With this function you can set the length of the
pause inserted automatically after pressing the Talk
key before transmitting the telephone number.
Pause after Line Seizure
MENU Open the Menu.
åååååååååååå
¥¬]£
Initiate the setting.
For example:
]
Enter the pause length.
Length in seconds:
] = 1; Ÿ = 3; ^ = 7; and ¡ = 2.5
[ The setting is saved.
ååååååå
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Appendix
Appendix
Character Map
]
Ÿ
^
¡
¢
£
¤
¥
¬
Þ
«
ª
1x
2x
Blank
A
1
3x
4x
5x
B
C
2
D
E
F
3
G
H
I
4
J
K
L
5
M
N
O
6
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
8
W
X
Y
Z
9
+
0
–
|
?
*
/
(
)
,
6x
7
_
j
Press the relevant key repeatedly or hold it down.
Control the cursor with < > . Delete a character with
are always inserted to the left of the cursor.
. Characters
The entries are sorted in the following sequence:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Blank
Digits (0 to 9)
Letters (alphabetical)
Remaining characters
To avoid the alphabetical sequence of the entries in the directory, enter a blank before the name. This entry then goes to the first position.
Example: entering “ Karla”).
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Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Simply wipe the base station and handset with a damp cloth or an antistatic wipe.
Never use a dry cloth as this can cause static discharge!
Troubleshooting
If your telephone does not behave the way you want it to, first try to solve the problem using the following list. Hotline service tel ˖4006 706 007
Problem
No display.
Possible cause
Handset not on
Solution
Hold down the end call
for 1 second
key
Batteries empty
Charge or replace the batteries (see page 8).
No reaction to keystroke. Keypad protection on
Hold down the ª key
for 1 second
No radio connection to
Handset outside the base Move closer to the base
the base station – all dis- station range.
station.
plays flashing.
Handset not registered
Register the handset
see page 26.
Base station off
Check the power connector at the base station
(see page 6).
Handset in the base sta- Line seized by a second Maximum charging power
tion is not charging.
handset for a long period. is obest achieved when
phone is in idle state.
The incoming call numThe telephone number
Callers must permit the
ber is not displayed altransmission is blocked. transmission of their telethough you have subphone numbers at their
scribed to the caller ID
network providers.
Service.
Error beep is generated Wrong input
Repeat the procedure;
(descending tone senote the display and, if necquence)
essary, refer to the operating instructions.
a
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Safety Precautions
Safety Precautions
Before using your telephone equipment, basic safety instructions should always be followed to reduce the
risk of fire, electric shock and injury to persons.
1. Read and understand all instructions.
2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
3. Unplug this product from the wall telephone jack and power outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid
cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use damp cloth for cleaning.
4. Do not use this product near water, for example, near a bathtub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub,
in a wet basement or near a swimming pool.
5. Place this product securely on a stable surface. Serious damage and/or injury may result if the unit falls.
6. Slots or openings in the cabinet and the back and bottom are provided for ventilation, to protect it from
overheating. These openings must not be blocked or covered. This product should never be placed near or
over a radiator or heat register, or in a place where proper ventilation is not provided.
7. This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you
are not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your dealer or local power company.
8. Do not place objects on the power cord. Install the unit where no one can step or trip on the cord.
9. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in the risk of fire or electric shock.
10. Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short out parts that could result in the risk of fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any
kind on this product.
11. To reduce the risk of electric shock or burns, do not disassemble this product. Take it to a qualified
service center when service is required. Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous
voltages, dangerous electrical current or other risks. Incorrect reassembly can cause electric shock when
the appliance is subsequently used.
12. Unplug the product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the
following conditions:
a.) When the power cord is damaged or frayed. b.) If liquid has been spilled into the product. c.) If the product
has been exposed to rain or water. d.) If the product does not operate normally by following the operating
instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions because improper
adjustment of other controls may result in damage and may require extensive work by a qualified technician
to restore the product to normal operation. e.) If the product has been dropped or physically has been
damaged. f.) If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance.
13. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during a thunderstorm. There may be a remote risk
of electrical shock from lightning.
14. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
15. Emergency/911 numbers may not be dialed if the keypad is locked.
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Safety Precautions
BATTERY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS: To reduce the risk of fire, injury or electric shock, and to properly
dispose of batteries, please read and understand the following instructions.
CONTAINS NICKEL CADMIUM BATTERY. BATTERY MUST BE RECYCLED OR DISPOSED OF PROPERLY. DO
NOT DISPOSE OF IN MUNICIPAL WASTE.
1. Only use the batteries specified for use with this product.
2. DO NOT USE ALKALINE OR LITHIUM BATTERIES, or mix batteries of different sizes or from different
manufacturers in this product. DO NOT USE NONRECHARGEABLE BATTERIES.
3. Do not dispose of the batteries in a fire; the cells may explode. Do not expose batteries to water. Check
with local codes for special disposal instructions.
4. Do not open or mutilate the batteries. Released electrolyte is corrosive and may cause damage to the
eyes or skin. The electrolyte may be toxic if swallowed.
5. Exercise care in handling the batteries in order not to short the batteries with conducting materials such
as rings, bracelets, and keys. The batteries or conducting material may overheat and cause burns or fire.
6. Charge the batteries provided with, or identified for use with, this product only in accordance with the
instructions and limitations specified in the user’s manual. Do not attempt to charge the batteries with any
means other than that specified in the user’s manual.
7. Periodically clean the charge contacts on both the charger and handset.
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