ASCOM Avena 122 plus User guide

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Ascom Avena 122 and Ascom Avena 122 plus
THIS EQUIPMENT IS NOT
DESIGNED FOR MAKING
EMERGENCY TELEPHONY
CALLS WHEN THE POWER
FAILS. ALTERNATIVE
ARRANGEMENTS SHOULD
BE MADE FOR ACCESS TO
EMERGENCY SERVICES.
User Guide
DECT Cordless telephone
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Explanations
Please note that you can only use the answering machine functions if you have acquired
the set with integrated digital answering machine.
About the set
In choosing the Ascom Avena 122/Ascom Avena 122 plus you have acquired a cordless
telephone that combines the advantages of "untied telephoning" with the user comfort
of high-quality telephones. The set itself is designed using modern digital technology to
the European standard for cordless telephones (DECT). DECT technology offers a high
level of security against unauthorised interception in the radio area and good digital
quality of speech.
Besides the usual telephone features it also offers:
• the possibility of storing up to 20 abbreviated dialling numbers,
• adjustable handset volume and call charge metering,
• expansion option into a telephone system,
– operation of up to 6 handsets on one base station
– internal calls between 2 handsets
– operation of a handset on up to 4 base stations of the Ascom Avena 122/Ascom
Avena 122 plus family to expand the area in which you can make and receive
calls.
Safety notes
Warning!
Only use approved nickel-cadmium (NiCd) batteries or nickel-metal
hybrid (NiMH) batteries:
NiCd AAA: • Panasonic: P-25 AAAR
• Sanyo: N-4U
NiMH AAA: • Sanyo HR-4U
• Varta: VH 551 AAA
• Panasonic HHR55AAA
• Maxell: Ace HR-AAA
Using other battery cell types or non-rechargeable batteries/primary cells can be dangerous
and also lead to malfunctions of and/or damage to the set. Understandably, Ascom cannot
assume any liability in such cases.
– Make sure the battery cells are fitted correctly.
– Do not dip the battery cells in water; do not throw into the fire.
– Battery cells can become warm when being charged; this is a normal and harmless
process.
– Do not use third-party charging stations as they may damage the battery cells.
– Only use the enclosed SNG 4 af power supply unit for the base station and the
charging bracket.
– Before using the Ascom Avena 122/Ascom Avena 122 plus, hearing-aid users
should be aware that radio signals interfere with hearing aids and can cause an
unpleasant humming noise if sufficiently loud.
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Explanations
Handset
Receiver
Display
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ABCD
Redial key
Programming key (P-key)
One-touch dialling key
Signal key
Delete/Microphone
OFF key
Internal key
Keypad
0 – 9, *, #
Connect key
Microphone
Battery charge contacts
Display symbols
Answering machine switched
on and/or handset in
answering machine mode.
Programming mode
Connection indicator
Receiver volume set to
"loud".
Open listening
Call register: the entry has
been answered.
Microphone on the handset
is switched off.
On-state: unanswered call has been
received. Call register: the entry has
not been answered.
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ABCD
Base station indicator.
Battery indicator
Explanations
Base station without answering machine
Loudspeaker
Volume key "+"
Volume key "–"
Internal key
LED red: lit when line is seized,
flashes when a handset is
logging on.
LED green: lit when batteries are
fully loaded up, flashes while
loading.
Microphone for
intercom
Base station with answering machine
Please note that you can only use the answering machine functions if you have acquired
the appropriate set!
Forward key
Rewind key
Delete key
Record key
ON/OFF/Stop key
LED: lit when answering machine
is switched on. Flashes to indicate
new messages received.
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Explanations
Designation Function
Designation Function
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1–6
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– Code input prompt
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– Signal key function (Flash)
in connection with a
telephone system: forwarding to an external call
– Long click: insert a dialling
pause
Ë8
Ë9
– Locks/unlocks the keypad
Ë0
– Calls up the last numbers
– Retrieves the call register
Ù
– Calls up the one-touch
memory
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– Stores a number in the
one-touch memory
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– Initiates the secondary
functions or a programming
process
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During off-line call preparation:
– Deletes the character last
entered or press for longer
to delete the entire line
During programming:
– Deletes the command or
memory content last
entered
During a call:
– Mutes the microphone
1
– Switches the handset off
– Initiates an internal call
– Initiates the answering
machine mode
– Initiates an intercom
connection with the base
station
– General call
During a call
– Access to public exchange
during inquiry
– Rejects call waiting from an
internal call
– Seizes and disconnects the
connection
– Switches the handset on
– Aborts a programming
procedure
Explanations
Designation Function
Designation Function
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– Number 1
– Retrieves/checks the call
charges
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– Number 2
– Incoming/outgoing call via
base station A
0
‚0
– Number 3
– Switches the loudspeaker
on the base station (open
listening) on or off
– Number 8
– Incoming/outgoing call via
base station C
– Number 9
– Adjusts the ringing tone on
the handset
– Number 0
– Incoming/outgoing call via
base station D
– Number 4
¯
– Can be used for various
special functions
– Adjusts the receiver volume
on the handset
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– Temporary switchover to
DTMF function
·
– Can be used for various
special functions
– Number 5
– Incoming/outgoing call via
base station B
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– Number 6
– Adjusts the ringing tone on
the base station
– Number 7
– Direct call
(babyphone feature)
2
– Initiates room monitoring
Contents
Unit/call charge metering .................. 22
Introduction ........................................ 22
Explanations ......................................... 1
Contents ................................................ 3
Setting up and putting into service ...... 5
What’s included in the delivery package
and accessories ..................................... 5
Installation location/Range .................... 6
Connecting the base station ................. 7
Disconnecting the cords from the base
station/charging bracket ........................ 7
Charging bracket .................................. 7
Inserting and charging the battery cells in
the handset .......................................... 8
Charging the battery cells ..................... 9
Battery indicator .................................... 9
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Basic settings ...................................... 10
Handset: ON, OFF, Lock states ............. 10
Operate the dialing method ................ 11
Setting the ringing tone on the
handset/base station ........................... 12
Selecting the battery type .................... 13
Activating/deactivating the keyclick ..... 13
Range warning ................................... 14
Activating/deactivating the charge check
tone .................................................... 14
Offhook answering ............................. 15
System PIN (Personal Identification
Number) ............................................. 15
Handset PIN (Personal Identification
Number) ............................................. 16
Calling number identification ............
Introduction ........................................
Call register .........................................
Suppressing the display (CLIR) .............
Activating/deactivating CLIR ................
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Direct call (babyphone feature) .........
Introduction ........................................
Storing a direct call number ................
Deleting a direct call number ...............
Activating/deactivating direct call ........
Initiating a direct call ...........................
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Provider dialling .................................
Introduction ........................................
Entering/changing a provider
number ...............................................
Activating/deactivating provider
dialling ................................................
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Intercom ..............................................
Duplex calls between handset and
base station ........................................
From handset to base station ..............
From base station to handset
(global call) .........................................
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Room monitoring ............................... 29
Disabling/enabling room monitoring ... 29
Initiating room monitoring .................. 29
Telephoning ........................................ 17
Answering a call ................................. 17
Ending a call ....................................... 17
Dialling out with the numeric keypad .... 17
Off-line call preparation ...................... 17
Last number redial .............................. 18
Storing abbreviated dialling numbers .... 18
Dialling abbreviated dialling
numbers directly ................................. 19
Dialling several abbreviated dialling
numbers in succession ........................ 19
Open listening at the base station ....... 20
Mute switch ........................................ 20
Adjusting the handset volume ............. 20
Temporary switchover to DTMF function .. 21
Operation with several handsets ...... 30
Introduction ........................................ 30
Preparing the base station for
registration ......................................... 30
Registering a handset .......................... 30
Logging a handset onto a third-party base
station (GAP) ...................................... 31
Logging a third-party handset onto the
base station (GAP) .............................. 31
GAP uses ............................................ 32
De-registering a handset from the
base station ........................................ 32
Making calls between two handsets ...... 32
Call waiting ........................................ 33
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Contents
Call handover/inquiry to another
handset .............................................. 33
Setting the ringing allocation for the
handsets ............................................. 34
Operating the answering machine
by remote access ................................
Introduction ........................................
Remote access PIN ..............................
Remote access procedure ....................
Switching on the answering machine ..
Switching the answering machine
on/off .................................................
Playing back recorded messages ..........
Deleting messages ..............................
Recording a greeting message .............
Deleting the greeting message ............
Carrying out room monitoring ............
Ending room monitoring: ....................
Operation on several base stations .... 35
Introduction ........................................ 35
Application example ........................... 35
Specifying the configuration ............... 35
Selecting the base station ................... 35
Selecting the base station ................... 36
Setting the answering machine ........
Introduction ........................................
Setting the date and time ...................
Setting the number of rings ................
Activating/deactivating the message
monitoring ..........................................
Setting the total recording time ...........
Operating modes ................................
Setting the messages ..........................
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Operating the answering machine
with the handset ................................
Indication of new messages ................
Initiating procedure for operation ........
Recording the greeting message .........
Deleting the greeting message ............
Switching the answering machine
on/off .................................................
Playing back recorded messages ..........
Deleting messages ..............................
Intercepting a call while the answering
machine is answering a call .................
Monitoring incoming calls over the
handset ..............................................
Recording telephone calls ....................
Checking the recording time
remaining ...........................................
Operating the answering machine
from the base station .........................
Recording your greeting message ........
Deleting the greeting message ............
Switching the answering machine
on/off .................................................
Playing back messages ........................
Deleting messages ..............................
Temporary monitoring .........................
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PBX-related operation ........................
Connection to a PBX ...........................
Setting the exchange identification
code (EIC) ...........................................
Deleting the exchange identification
code (EIC) ...........................................
Setting the dial pause .........................
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System settings ..................................
Setting a feature .................................
List of system settings .........................
Resetting the base station to the
default settings ...................................
Deleting all the one-touch memories ...
Deleting the exchange
identification code ..............................
Resetting the handset to the default
settings ...............................................
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General information ........................... 59
Troubleshooting .................................. 59
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Technical Data ..................................... 60
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Write-on labels ................................... 61
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Setting up and putting into service
What’s included in the delivery
package and accessories
The delivery package contains the
following:
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Base station
Handset
3 battery cells (AAA)
1 plug-in main unit
Belt clip
Connecting cord
User Guide incl. Quick Reference
User Guide
Please note:
The plug-in main unit is located under the
fibre mould.
Accessories
You can purchase the following accessories from your Ascom dealer:
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• Charging station for the handset
• Additional handsets
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Setting up and putting into service
Installation location/Range
Range
The radio range is up to 300 m in the open.
Ambient conditions can affect the range,
as can room and building-related factors.
The effective range is lower inside buildings than outdoors. Silent zones can occur
due to the digital transmission in the frequency range used – and also within the
range, depending on the structural environment. In such cases the transmission
quality can be affected by repeated, short
call interruptions. Normal call quality can
be restored simply by moving slightly out
of the silent zone. If the range is exceeded,
the call will be disconnected shortly afterwards (if necessary switch on range warning tone).
Installation location
Do not position the base station on a metallic surface or in the immediate vicinity of
other electronic appliances such as hifi
equipment, office equipment or microwave
ovens; this will prevent any mutual interference. Also avoid installing the base station in the vicinity of heat sources, such as
radiators or in direct sunlight. For the best
possible range we recommend a central installation location at the centre of your radius of action. Avoid installation in niches,
small rooms and behind steel doors. To prevent radio feedback in other telephones,
we recommend the largest possible distance (min. 1 m) between the base station
or handset and the other telephone.
Listening protection
The Ascom Avena 122/Ascom Avena 122
plus transmits the voice data between base
station and handset in cryptologically enciphered form (scrambling). As a result the
tapping of your calls by other cordless telephones, radio receivers, scanners, etc., is
excluded.
Setting up your telephone
Your telephone is designed to be used under normal operating conditions. Modern
furniture is treated with an endless variety
of lacquer and plastic coatings. Therefore,
it cannot be excluded that some of these
substances may contain agents which will
attack or deform the plastic feet of the base
station. If the equipment feet are chemically altered in this way, they may leave
unsightly marks on the surface of furniture.
Ascom cannot accept any liability for damage of this kind. We recommend that you
use a non-slip underlay for your telephone,
especially on new furniture or furniture
treated with lacquer-based preservatives.
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Important information
Whenever you make a telephone call, the
handset and base station are connected
with each other via a radio channel. The
base station uses this channel for switching between the telephone network and
the handset. To ensure that no-one else can
make telephone calls at your expense using other cordless telephones, an ID code
is constantly exchanged between base station and handset. If the codes do not match
up, the call is disconnected or prevented
from being set up in the first place.
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Setting up and putting into service
Connecting the base station
Disconnecting the cords from the
base station/charging bracket
Warning:
Make sure that you do not confuse the
plugs of the connecting cord and plug-in
mains unit cord on the base station. If you
do connect up the wrong plugs, the base
station will not work and may be damaged.
First unplug the mains unit from the mains
socket. To release the plugs on the connecting cord and mains unit cables, press
the snap-in clip towards the plug body (using a small screwdriver for instance) and,
at the same time, pull the plug out by the
cable.
Connecting cord
The connecting cord (1) has two different
plugs. Insert the smaller one into the socket
(telephone symbol) underneath your telephone until it snaps firmly into place. Feed
the cord through the moulded cable duct
provided. Connect the TAE (telephone) plug
into your telephone socket.
3 (mains unit cable)
Charging bracket
Mains unit cable
Fit the plug from the mains unit cable (2) –
until it clicks into place – into the socket
identified with the mains unit symbol, then
feed the cable through the moulded cable
duct provided.
Note:
Your telephone will not function if the
mains unit is not plugged in or if the power
supply fails. The telephone may only be
used in conjunction with an SNG 4 mains
unit, tested in compliance with EN60950
Protection Class 2.
(mains unit cable) 2
Base station
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The mains unit should be easily accessible
and positioned as close as possible to the
base station.
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Setting up and putting into service
Inserting and charging the battery
cells in the handset
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Inserting the battery cells
To remove the battery compartment cover,
press it lightly and slide it downwards.
Insert the 3 battery cells into the battery
compartment (as shown): Make sure the
polarity is correct.
Slide the battery compartment cover back
over the battery cells until you hear it snap
into place.
Please note:
If the battery cells are inserted incorrectly,
the handset will not function.
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Setting up and putting into service
Charging the battery cells
Note:
An audible acknowledgement tone at the
start of the battery charging process signals that the handset is correctly positioned
on the base station. When done so the
green LED starts to flash. If the battery cells
are completely empty, the audible acknowledgement tone will be heard only once the
battery cells have received a minimum
charge.
The battery cells are not charged when
supplied. To charge the batteries, you need
to place the handset on to the base station. An audible acknowledgement signal
indicates that the handset is correctly fitted.
A set of NiCd battery cells (250 mAh) is
enough for approx. 80 hours "standby"
and approx. 6 hours "talk time".
The charging time takes approx. 6 hours.
When the battery cells are first inserted,
the battery status is unclear. A correct indication is obtained only after a complete
charging cycle.
A set of NiMH battery cells (550 mAh) is
enough for approx. 160 hours "standby"
and approx. 12 hours "talk time".
The charging time takes approx. 12 hours.
Do not use batteries/primary cells,
only NiCd or NiMH battery cells.
The "Basic Settings" section on page 14 describes how you can select the battery type.
Do not place the handset on the base station if the battery cells have not been fitted.
Please note:
Make sure you select the correct battery
type so that the battery cells are not under- or overcharged (see page 14).
Please observe the following to obtain
a long service life for your battery cells:
– Battery cells have to be charged
without interrupted for at least 6
hours for NiCd and 12 hours for NiMH
respectively prior to the initial commissioning.
– Make sure the charging contacts do
not come into contact with metallic or
greasy parts.
– After long periods out of operation
with the power switched off (e.g.
during holidays), charge the handset
(the battery cells) before putting the
set back into operation.
– Please dispose of defective battery
cells in the correct way (not in
domestic waste).
– Only remove the battery cells from the
handset to replace them with new
ones.
– Do not charge the battery cells out of
the handset.
The batteries may be damaged if the handset is programmed to the wrong battery type.
Battery indicator
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The battery indicator on the display shows
the approximate charging status of the
battery cells:
flashing : battery charging
steady : battery between 50%
and 100%
steady : battery between 30%
and 50%
steady : battery between 5%
and 30%
steady : battery under 5%
steady : battery status unclear
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Basic settings
Handset: ON, OFF, Lock states
Switching the LOCK state on/off
(key lock):
Incoming calls are signalled in the lock state
and can be answered by pressing the Connect key. To make an outgoing call you
need to switch the handset from the Lock
state to the ON state.
Switching the handset to the OFF
state
Incoming calls are not signalled in the OFF
state.
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
Switching on the Lock state.
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2.
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Switching the handset to the ON
state
Incoming calls are signalled in the ON state.
Outgoing calls are also possible.
1.
Switching off the Lock state.
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Note:
In the ON state the handset’s internal call
number as well as the base station on which
the handset is operated are displayed on
the right-hand side of the display.
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Basic settings
Operate the dialing method
To set DTMF with long flash signal
key
You can operate your telephone using two
different dialling methods:
– tone dialling
(dual tone multi-frequency dialling =
DTMF)
– pulse dialling
3.
The default setting on your telephone is
tone dialling (DTMF). One of the advantages of this setting is quick dialling so
check whether your socket works with tone
dialling.
Notes:
If your telephone is connected to telephone
system, please take note of the relevant
operating instructions.
You heard the audible acknowledgement tone.
Press the Connect key and then dial any
number (e.g. 2). If you can still hear the
same dial tone, you need to switch the
dialling method over to pulse dialling.
Handset switched to ON
1.
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To set pulse dialling
2.
033
or
To set DTMF with short flash signal
key
037
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or
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Basic settings
Setting the ringing tone on the
handset/base station
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
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The ringing tone on the handset rings as
previously set.
or
2.
6
The ringing tone on the base station rings
as previously set.
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* The values currently set flash.
To adjust the volume, use the numeric keys:
0 = off to 4 = loud
To set the tone sequence, use the numeric
keys:
5 = slow to 7 = fast
To set the melody, use the numeric keys:
8, 9, the star or hash key
3.
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
Note:
If the procedure is terminated with the
Connect key, the old setting is retained.
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Basic settings
Selecting the battery type
Activating/deactivating the
keyclick
The telephone is supplied with three rechargeable NiCd battery cells (250 mAh).
You can also equip your telephone with
NiMH battery cells (550 mAh), which have
a greater capacity and therefore a longer
standby time. Depending on the battery
type used, the handset has to be programmed as follows. Whenever you
change the battery type, the telephone
must be reprogrammed to the new type.
If you do not want every keypress confirmed by a click, you can deactivate this
function.
Deactivating the keyclick:
Handset switched to ON
1.
Battery type NiCd (250 mAh, supplied)
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
3.
2.
3.
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
Activating the keyclick:
Handset switched to ON
You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
1.
The charging time and battery indicator are
now set to NiCd battery cells.
2.
3.
Battery type NiMH (550 mAh)
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
3.
You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
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You hear the audible acknowledgement
tone.
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The charging time and battery indicator are
now set to NiMH battery cells.
Please note:
The batteries may be damaged if the handset is programmed to the wrong battery type.
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Basic settings
Range warning
Note:
If the range is insufficient, shifting the base
station can bring about an improvement.
See page 6 for information about the optimum location.
If you activate the range warning, a warning signal will sound if you leave the radio
range in the course of a call. This could be
due, for instance, to building-related factors acting at the limit of your base station's transmission and reception range.
If this happens, move back towards the
base station or out of the radio shadow
until this warning signal stops. If you do
not return within the base station's transmitting range, the radio and telephone link
is automatically disconnected.
Activating/deactivating the
charge check tone
Deactivating the range warning
signal (default setting):
Handset switched to ON.
Deactivating the charge check tone:
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
3.
When the handset is replaced correctly on
the charging bracket an audible check tone
is heard.
1.
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920
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2.
3.
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950
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
Activating the charge check tone:
Activating the range warning signal:
Handset switched to ON.
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
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Basic settings
Offhook answering
System PIN (Personal Identification Number)
The offhook answering facility enables you
to take incoming calls directly, simply by
lifting the handset from the base station
(without having to press the Connect key).
The system PIN is required if you want to
protect individual operating options (deregister handset, etc.) against unauthorised
access. The system PIN is deactivated in the
default setting.
To activate the system PIN function, enter
the system PIN using the procedure described below.
Deactivating offhook answering:
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
3.
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Entering the system PIN:
Handset switched to ON
1.
You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
2.
Activating offhook answering:
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
3.
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3.
Key in the system PIN (four digits)
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4.
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
Deleting the PIN:
Handset switched to ON
You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
1.
Note:
If the handset is in the base station, you
can answer the calls in the normal way by
pressing the Connect key.
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4.
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Key in the existing system PIN
(four digits)
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
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Basic settings
Note:
Please do not forget your system PIN!
Entering the handset PIN:
Handset switched to ON
If you do forget your system PIN, you will
have to call out your specialist dealer at your
expense to intervene on the system. Forgetting your system PIN is like losing a key.
1.
2.
Before entering a new PIN, the old system
PIN has to be deleted.
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3.
Key in the handset PIN (four digits)
4.
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If the system PIN is entered incorrectly or
incompletely, you will hear an error tone
and the procedure will have to be repeated.
You hear an audible acknowledgement tone.
Deleting the PIN:
Handset switched to ON
Handset PIN (Personal Identification Number)
1.
2.
The handset PIN is required if you want to
disable individual operating options (resetting to the default settings, clearing the
one-touch memory, etc.) and protect them
against unauthorised access. The handset
PIN is deactivated in the default setting. To
activate the device PIN function, enter the
device PIN using the procedure described
below.
3.
4.
‚‚
970
Key in the existing handset PIN
(four digits)
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
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Telephoning
Answering a call
Dialling out with the numeric
keypad
Incoming calls (outside calls, internal calls)
are signalled as follows:
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
Key in the number
On the base station the red LED flashes and
you hear the ringing tone.
3.
You make the call …
You hear the dialling tone.
fl
Note:
If the handset is registered on several base
stations, you can select the station via
which you want to make the call. If the
outside line is seized by another internal
subscriber, you will hear the internal busy
tone.
You answer the call ...
Incoming internal call:
The handset indicates the internal connection and the call number, e.g. 2. You hear
the internal ringing tone.
Incoming call from the base station:
The handset indicates the intercom connection. You hear the internal ringing tone.
Off-line call preparation
You can key in a call number (max. 24 characters) and correct if necessary.
fl
You answer the call ...
Handset switched to ON.
Note:
If "Offhook answering ON" is programmed, you can answer the call simply
by picking up the handset from the base
station.
The default setting is programmed to
"Offhook answering OFF".
(See page 16 for the offhook answering
settings)
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fl
Incoming outside call:
The external connection is indicated on the
handset and you hear the external ringing
tone.
Key in the call number.
2.
fl
Press within 15 seconds.
The call number is dialled
3.
You make your call …
Note:
Off-line call preparation is also possible with
last number redial, the call register and abbreviated dialling.
Ending a call
fl
or
place the handset on the base
station.
1.
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Telephoning
Last number redial
Storing abbreviated dialling
numbers
The last five numbers dialled are stored
automatically. To redial one of those five
numbers, proceed as follows:
You can store numbers you use often so
that you do not have to key in the entire
number each time. Your telephone has 20
one-touch memories (max. 24 characters)
for this purpose.
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
ˆ
The call number appears.
Handset switched to ON
or
1.
‚
Ù
Press
several times
The call number previously dialled
appears in each case.
ˆ
2.
fl
3.
Key in a storage number from
00 to 19
4.
Key in the call number you want to
store.
The procedure is initiated.
The call number displayed is dialled.
3.
You make your call …
5.
Note:
The P-key takes you back to the ON state.
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
Each new call number entered deletes the
oldest call number.
Note:
To store several abbreviated dialling numbers in succession, you can repeat the process from the one-touch button onwards
and only press the P-key at the very end.
To make changes, simply "overwrite" the
abbreviated dialling number previously
stored or correct with the C-key. This function is also possible during an internal or
outside call. The characters * and # can be
stored; however, they will only be dialled
in dual-tone multi-frequency dialling
(DTMF). The function of the signal key can
also be stored.
Once you have pressed the Redial key, you
can still key in other digits manually.
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You can also press the Connect key first
and then the Redial key to dial the call
number you dialled last.
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Telephoning
Dialling abbreviated dialling
numbers directly
Dialling several abbreviated
dialling numbers in succession
Handset switched to ON
For example to dial several provider codes
followed by a call number, you can dial several abbreviated dialling numbers in succession.
To do so, proceed as follows:
1.
2.
Ù
Key in the storage number
(00 .. 19)
Handset switched to ON
or
Press
1.
Ù several times.
2.
You can correct the call number
with the Delete key, if required.
3.
Ù
Key in the storage number
(00…19)
or
Press
fl
The call number displayed is dialled.
3.
Ù several times.
ˆ
The call number displayed is placed
in the off-line call preparation.
Note:
The P-key takes you back to the ON state.
4.
To end the retrieval, press the P-key or place
the handset on the base station.
5.
Suffix dialling: You can also store just parts
of a call number under an abbreviated dialling number, for example the direct dial
number of a company, the country code/
area code or a provider code. You can also
suffix dial the PBX or subscriber numbers
manually.
Ù
Key in the storage number
(00…19)
or
Press
6.
ˆ
Ù several times.
The call number displayed is added
to the end of the previous one.
7.
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The characters are dialled.
Note:
The maximum length of a call number in
the off-line call preparation is 24 characters.
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Telephoning
Open listening at the base station
Mute switch
During an outside call you can switch on
the loudspeaker on the base station so that
other people can listen in to the call. This
function can only be actuated from the
handset, to prevent any uncontrolled open
listening at the base station.
If you do not want your call partner to hear
you (for instance, when you confer with
someone in the room), you can switch the
handset microphone to Mute.
You are making a call …
1.
You are making a call …
The person at the other end cannot
hear you.
Switching the loudspeaker on:
1.
2.
‚
3
Confer with the other person(s) in
the room with you …
2.
The loudspeaker on the base
station is switched on
2.
You proceed with your call …
‚
3
Adjusting the handset volume
During a call, you can increase the volume
in the handset to hear the person at the
other end more clearly.
The loudspeaker is switched off
again
Note:
The "+" or "-" key on the base station can
be used to adjust the volume to five levels.
The loudspeaker is switched off automatically when the call is completed, i.e. after
pressing the Connect key.
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The person at the other end can
hear you again.
Switching the loudspeaker off:
1.
You are making a call …
1.
2.
‚
4
The volume in the handset is
increased.
If feedback occurs (audible whistling in the
loudspeaker), move away from the base
station with the handset or turn down the
volume.
Open listening is possible with outside calls
only.
The setting remains stored even after the
call is ended.
By repeating the above procedure, you can
reduce the volume again.
Note:
The setting remains stored even after the
call is ended. You can also adjust the handset volume in the ON state.
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Telephoning
Temporary switchover to DTMF
function
By switching over to the DTMF dialling
method, you can use the special "star" ¯
and "hash" · keys to enter information
during a call, for such functions as
Voicemail, City Call, etc.
You made a connection …
1.
2.
‚
¯
The DTMF function is now temporarily activated.
3.
Enter the digits/characters
By repeating the above procedure, you can
switch the DTMF function back off again.
Note:
When you end a call, i.e. after pressing the
Connect key, the DTMF function is automatically switched off.
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During the switchover, the call charge/units
display is suppressed.
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Unit/call charge metering
Introduction
Note:
If you are operating several handsets on
your base station, you can activated or deactivate the display individually for each
handset.
Before you can use the unit/call charge
metering facility, you need to apply for a
transfer of charge pulse from the telephone
company responsible for your area, if such
a transfer is not yet in place. Please remember, however, that for technical reasons the
indications on the phone bill may vary from
the values on your display. The unit meter
at the telephone company exchange is always binding.
Activating the unit/call charge
display:
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
The following information can be displayed:
1.
the current units/call charges
during a call on the handset
2.
the units/call charges of the last call
and the sum total of all the calls for
the handset
3.
the total units for the outside line
(the sum of all the handsets)
4.
the call duration (talk time).
3.
You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
Activating the talk-time display
Handset switched to ON
Unit/call charge metering is deactivated as
a default setting. If it is activated, the display begins automatically once the first
charge pulse has been detected.
1.
2.
3.
Deactivating the unit/talk time/call
charge display:
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
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3.
‚‚
811
‚
‚‚
812
‚
You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
‚‚
810
‚
Note:
Please note that, for technical reasons, the
talk time merely gives you an indication of
the approximate connection time.
You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
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Calling number identification
Introduction
Activating/deactivating CLIP
Your telephone supports the feature "calling number identification" *) on accesses
for analogue switched connections. Before
you can use the CLIP display, you need to
apply for a call number transfer from your
telephone company, if such a transfer is not
yet in place. The default setting for the CLIP
display is OFF. The call numbers are stored
only if they are transmitted (see Introduction). The display is cyclical, i.e. the last entry
is again followed by the first entry. If it is
activated, the CLIP indication is provided
automatically on the handset display after
the first ringing signal.
Deactivating CLIP
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
3.
‚‚
980
‚
You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
Activating CLIP (default setting)
Handset switched to ON
The call number cannot be displayed if
–
the call number information is not
available at the exchange,
–
the caller has an unlisted call
number,
–
the caller has suppressed the
display of his call number, "calling
line identification restriction or
CLIR",
–
the call is made from a public
telephone station,
–
the handset is not within the range
of the base station,
–
you are operating the telephone
behind certain PBXs.
1.
2.
3.
‚‚
981
‚
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
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Calling number identification
Call register
Note:
If a number from the call register is dialled,
it is automatically deleted from the call register and stored in the Redial.
Your telephone automatically saves the call
numbers of last ten callers. An unanswered
call is indicated on the display by the
pictograms "
" and " ".
Retrieving numbers from the call
register:
Handset switched to ON
1.
‚ˆ
The call number last received is
displayed.
2.
ˆ
Press
several times
The call number received beforehand in each case is displayed.
Dialling numbers from the call
register:
The call number is displayed
fl
The call number displayed is dialled.
Deleting numbers from the call
register:
The call number is displayed
Press
for longer
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The call number displayed is
deleted.
Use the
‚ key to return to the ON state.
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Suppressing the display (CLIR)
Activating/deactivating CLIR
Your telephone supports the feature "calling line identification restriction or CLIR"
on accesses for analogue switched connections. You can use this feature to suppress
the transmission of your call number, i.e.
your call number will not be displayed on
the called party’s set despite CLIP.
Deactivating CLIR (default setting)
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
3.
‚‚
990
‚
You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
Activating CLIR:
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
3.
‚‚
991
‚
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
Warning:
This feature may not be understood by your
local exchange or PBX (telephone system)
and can lead to a malfunction. Therefore
do not activate CLIR if your local exchange
does not support this feature or if your telephone is operated on a private branch exchange (PBX).
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Direct call (babyphone feature)
Introduction
Activating/deactivating direct call
When direct call (babyphone feature) is activated, an important number can be called
by pressing any key except the Programming key. This function is also known as
"direct call". Calls can be received when
direct call (babyphone feature) is activated.
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
The direct call number stored is
indicated on the display for a few
seconds. "DIRECT" is displayed
next. The direct call (babyphone
feature) is activated.
To deactivate direct call (babyphone
feature), simply repeat the procedure.
Storing a direct call number
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
‚‚
949
Key in the handset PIN if required.
3.
Key in the call number.
4.
‚
‚
7
Initiating a direct call
fl
The direct call number stored is
dialled automatically.
You make your call …
You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
Ending the call:
Note:
If a call number is already stored, it will be
displayed. When you key in a new call
number, the existing number is deleted.
fl
"DIRECT" appears again on the
display for a few seconds.
Deleting a direct call number
Note:
Only the P-key works so that direct call
(babyphone feature) can be deactivated
again. Direct call (babyphone feature) cannot be activated if no call number has been
stored.
We recommend that you check the call
number you have keyed in by making a test
call.
Handset switched to ON
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1.
2.
3.
‚‚
948
Key in the handset PIN if required.
‚
Key in the call number.
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Provider dialling
Introduction
Activating/deactivating provider
dialling
With this feature you can set the number
of a provider (network operator) which is
then dialled with each outgoing call before
the actual call number is dialled. This feature only works if a provider number has
been keyed in and provider dialling activated.
Deactivating provider dialling
(default setting)
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
Entering/changing a provider
number
Enter the system PIN if required
3.
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
4.
‚
You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
‚‚
082
Activating provider dialling
Handset switched to ON
Enter the system PIN if required
3.
‚‚
080
1.
Key in the provider number
If a number has already been
entered, it is indicated on the
display.
2.
‚‚
081
Enter the system PIN if required
‚
3.
You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
‚
You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
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Note:
To activate provider dialling, a provider
number must be entered beforehand.
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Intercom
Duplex calls between handset and
base station
From base station to handset
(global call)
˜
With the intercom feature you can set up
a duplex connection between handset and
base station. An incoming outside telephone call is signalled by a call waiting
tone. The call can be answered by pressing
the internal key and digit key 1. The connection indicator lights up (red LED).
Briefly press the internal
key on the base station
The internal ringing tone rings on
all the registered handsets
Press
fl on the handset.
Make the call …
From handset to base station
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
Note:
The "+" or "–" key on the base station
can be used to adjust the volume to five
levels.
Ë
Press
on the handset.
The connection indicator lights up.
8
To end the call, press the Connect key
(handset) or the internal key on the base
station.
The internal ringing tone rings on
the base station.
The connection indicator (red LED)
lights up.
3.
Press
˜ on the base station.
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Make the call …
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Room monitoring
Disabling/enabling room
monitoring
Initiating room monitoring
Room monitoring is possible only if the basic setting "Enable room monitoring" is
activated.
If room monitoring is enabled, you can use
the handset to listen in to the room where
the base station is located.
Handset switched to ON
If you have acquired a set with an answering machine, this function can also be initiated from a distance; see the section entitled "Answering machine/remote access"
on page 51.
1.
2.
Room monitoring, i.e. the microphone on
the base station, is activated (max. 180 seconds).
Disabling room monitoring
(default setting):
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
The connection indicator on the base station flashes during room monitoring.
To end room monitoring, press the P-key
or the Connect key.
‚‚
770
Enter the system PIN if required
3.
‚
You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
Enabling room monitoring:
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
‚‚
771
Enter the system PIN if required
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3.
‚
·
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
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Operation with several handsets
Introduction
Registering a handset
The Ascom Avena 122/Ascom Avena 122
plus allows you to operate up to 6 handsets on one base station. You can make
two internal calls between two handsets
and one subscriber can also make an outside call at the same time. Each additional
handset must be registered with the base
station and obtain an internal subscriber
number. Each internal subscriber number
(1-6) can only be allocated once. It is indicated on the handset display when the
handset is switched to ON. The base station is allocated call number 8.
You can register other handsets to the base
station or register your own handset to
another base station.
3.
Key in the new internal call number
for the handset (1 to 6), e.g. 3
Note:
If during operation with several handsets
one of the handsets seizes the outside line,
an internal busy tone is heard, in which case
you can still make internal calls. Your handset can be registered with a maximum of 4
base stations.
4.
Determine the designation for the
base station, e.g. press key 2 for
base station A, key 5 for base
station B, key 8 for base station C
or key 0 for base station D.
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
‚‚
901
Key in the system PIN or "0000"
(default setting).
5.
‚
You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
Preparing the base station for
registration:
The letter symbol flashes.
The handset connects briefly with
the base station.
You hear an acknowledgement
tone and the letter symbol stops
flashing.
˜
Press down the internal key on the
base station for five seconds.
The connection indicator on the base station (red LED) starts flashing.
The base station is now on standby for 60
seconds to enable you to register a handset.
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Notes:
If the internal call number is seized a second time, the handset first registered on it
is de-registered.
If the registration process fails, an error tone
is heard and the letter symbol on the base
station continues to flash.
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Operation with several handsets
Logging a handset onto a thirdparty base station (GAP)
Logging a third-party handset
onto the base station (GAP)
To log your handset onto a third-party base
station, the latter must support the GAP
generic access profile.
Prepare the third-party base station for logon according to the manufacturer's instructions. Use the Authentication Code (AC)
to log your handset on.
A handset must support the GAP generic
access profile in order to be logged onto
your base station. Use your handset to define an access code of your choice.
Handset is ON
1.
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
2.
‚‚
902
Key in the system PIN if required.
3.
Key in the new internal call number
for the handset (1 to 6), e.g. 2
4.
Specify a 4 to 8 digit access code
(AC)
Key in the handset PIN if required.
3.
4.
5.
Select the base station (2, 5, 8 or
0), e.g. press 2 for base station A.
5.
‚
You hear the audible acknowledgement tone. The base station is now
on standby for 60 seconds to enable
you to register the foreign handset.
The handset now prompts you for
the four-digit authentication code
for the base station (default setting
0000).
‚
You can now log the third-party handset
onto the base station using the AC code
defined in the relevant operating instructions.
Notes:
The base station assigns the internal
number for the handset automatically.
Notes:
If the internal call number is seized a second time, the handset first registered is deregistered.
The display indicates the base station letter, e.g. A, to show that registration has
been successfully completed.
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‚‚
903
If the registration process fails, an error tone
is heard and the letter A flashes.
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Operation with several handsets
GAP uses
4.
You hear an audible acknowledgement tone.
Your Ascom Avena 122/Ascom Avena 122
plus supports the multi-vendor DECT GAP
protocol. To be able to register it on a foreign base station, it must support the GAP
protocol. The following functions are available in this connection when operating on
a first-generation Ascom Avena 122 base
station:
• internal call
• outgoing calls from the handset
• answering incoming calls
• forwarding incoming calls
• registering and de-registering the
handset
• internal calls from handset to handset
The handset connects briefly with
the base station. Handset 2 is now
de-registered.
Note:
To de-register a handset you have to be in
the vicinity of the base station.
Making calls between two
handsets
Besides the intercom feature between
handset and base station you can also make
calls between two handsets.
Handset 1 switched to ON
De-registering a handset from the
base station
1.
You can de-register a handset from a base
station. To do so, set the handset to the
base station from which you want to deregister it.
Handset switched to ON
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2.
‚‚
900
Key in the internal call number,
e.g. 2.
The internal ringing tone rings on
handset 2 and the caller’s number
is displayed. The call can be
answered with the Connect key.
3.
Make your call …
Note:
If an outside call comes in while an internal call is in progress, it is signalled in both
handsets with a call waiting tone. You can
send a global call from your own handset
to all the registered sets using the key sequence: internal, 9.
Key in the system PIN if required.
3.
Ë
2.
Example:
De-register the handset from base station A.
1.
‚
Key in the call number of the
handset you want to de-register,
e.g. 2.
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Operation with several handsets
Call waiting
1.
Ë
The outside call goes on hold.
If you receive an outside call while making
an internal call, the outside call is signalled
in both handsets with a call waiting tone.
The call can then be answered by any of
the two handsets.
2.
You now have three possibilities:
Deactivating the call waiting tone
1.
2.
Ë
0
Connect the outside call with your internal
partner
fl
The call waiting tone is now
deactivated. You can continue your
conversation with the internal
caller.
Continue your outside call
1.
Answering the outside call
1.
2.
2.
Ë
1
Ë
1
The internal call is ended.
Return to the outside call again and hold
the internal call at the same time.
You are now connected with the
outside call. The internal call
obtains a busy tone.
1.
2.
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Press the numeric key for the
internal call number you want
(e.g. 2). Make your inquiry call …
Ë
2
Note:
The outside call can also be answered by a
third handset.
If you repeat this key sequence, the outside call goes back on hold and you can
continue your internal call.
Call handover/inquiry to another
handset
Note:
This call handover and/or inquiry call can
also be made between two internal
callers.
You are making an outside call on your
handset and want to hand the call over to
another handset or make an inquiry.
To initiate the inquiry:
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Operation with several handsets
Setting the ringing allocation for
the handsets
An incoming external call is signalled on
all the registered handsets. You can switch
off the ring signalling on individual handsets. You can then only be reached on that
handset if another handset hands a call over
to you.
Switching off the exchange ring
signalling:
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
‚‚
960
Key in the system PIN if required.
3.
‚
You hear an audible acknowledgement tone.
Switching on the exchange ring
signalling (default setting)
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
‚‚
961
Key in the system PIN if required.
3.
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You hear an audible acknowledgement tone.
Note:
This feature can only be used if several
handsets are registered on a base station.
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Operation on several base stations
Introduction
Selecting the base station
In addition to your own base station, you
can operate your handset on up to three
other base stations. This feature allows you
to expand the range of your coverage area.
The application possibilities for this feature
are almost limitless. For this reason, in the
example below, we shall restrict ourselves
to explaining this feature using two base
stations.
Outgoing calls can be made either from
base station A or from base station B.
The handset is set to base station A
Switching over to base station B
1.
2.
‚
5
Application example
Switching over to base station C
You own a Ascom Avena 122/Ascom Avena
122 plus at home and use the same equipment at your workplace in the office. You
can now also use the handset from the
cordless telephone at the office on the base
station at home and vice versa. Obviously,
incoming and outgoing calls are possible
only within the range of each particular
base station.
1.
2.
Switching over to base station D
1.
2.
Specifying the configuration
‚
0
Switching back to base station A
The handsets must be registered on the
base station at home and on the base station at the office. Define one letter (A, B, C
or D) in each case for the base station at
home and one for the base station at the
office. Next allocate one internal subscriber
number (1 to 6) to each of your handsets.
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8
1.
2.
‚
2
Note:
Incoming calls will only be forwarded to
your handset if the corresponding base station is selected. If the handset is not in radio contact with the base station, the corresponding symbol will flash on the display.
Note:
The radio cells can overlap either partly or
completely.
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Operation on several base stations
Selecting the base station
In the default setting the handset always
automatically dials up on the base station
in whose range it is located. In the case of
overlapping radio cells the connection is set
up with the base station indicated on the
handset. In all cases you can only be
reached via the base station indicated on
the display.
However, you also have the possibility of
setting your handset to a state in which it
always remains set on the base station
which you last dialled manually.
Automatic selection of the base
station (default setting)
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
3.
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
Manual selection of the base station
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
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Setting the answering machine
Introduction
Note:
Your answering machine cannot work if there
is a power failure; however, the messages left
and the greeting messages are saved.
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This Section applies only if you have
acquired a Ascom Avena 122/Ascom
Avena 122 plus with an integrated answering machine.
Setting the date and time
The total recording time is approx. 22 minutes. Your recorded greeting messages and
the incoming recorded messages are stored
digitally. The advantages of digital voice
memory are:
– no maintenance required
– consistent recording quality
(no wear and tear)
– quick access to recorded messages
Your Ascom Avena 122/Ascom Avena 122
plus is equipped with a clock that registers
both the time and date of the recorded messages and displays them on the handset
display. To set the time and date, you need
to be in the vicinity of the base station.
The answering machine can be operated
either from the base station, the handset
or by remote access. If the answering machine is operated from the handset, the
display indicates the number of messages
stored with their date and time.
1.
Setting the date:
Handset switched to ON
2.
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The current date is indicated.
3.
Other answering machine functions include:
– Two different operating modes:
• Answer only
• Record message
– The number of rings after which the
answering machine switches itself on
can be set between 1 and 9 rings or
"automatic" (call charge saving
function, see page 42).
– Enable or disable operation of the
answering machine using remote
access.
– Activate or deactivate message
monitoring.
– Adjustable recording time
– Adjustable message length: 1 minute,
2 minutes, 3 minutes or unlimited
4.
Enter the new date
(format: DD.MM.YY, e.g. 31.12.98)
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
Setting the time:
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
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The current time is indicated.
3.
4.
Enter the new time
(HH.MM, e.g. 12:59)
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You hear an audible acknowledgement tone.
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Setting the answering machine
Setting the number of rings
730
732
73x
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You can set the number of rings after which
the answering machine switches itself on
to between 2 and 9 rings*), or to "automatic".
You can listen in to all incoming messages
over the loudspeaker on the base station
provided you have activated the "message
monitoring" facility.
Four ringing signals if no new
messages have been recorded
Two ringing signals if new messages have been recorded
Deactivating monitoring
(default setting)
Handset switched to ON
Call charge saving functions
When polling your answering machine
from a distance (remote access), this setting allows you to disconnect the line between the third and the fourth ringing signal as you will then know that no new
messages have been recorded. This helps
you to save telephone charges when no
new messages have been recorded.
1.
2.
3.
Note:
To monitor on the base station temporarily, proceed as indicated on page 46.
To monitor on the handset, proceed as indicated on page 43.
Handset switched to ON
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
Changing the number of rings:
Example: Setting the number of rings to 5
rings.
2.
Number of rings automatic
Number of rings 2 rings
Number of rings x rings
Number of rings 9 rings
Activating/deactivating the
message monitoring
The default setting is pre-programmed to
"automatic". This means that the answering machine switches itself on after:
1.
=
=
=
=
Activating monitoring:
Handset switched to ON
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735
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1.
2.
3.
You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
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711
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
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Setting the answering machine
Setting the total recording time
Long recording time
(approx. 22 mins)
Handset switched to ON
The maximum recording time available for
incoming messages on your answering
machine depends on the recording quality
you wish to have. As on a tape recorder a
short recording time results in the best possible recording quality and vice versa. Use
the procedure below to set the optimum
time for your purposes (normally "short").
A long recording time is recommended in
cases where you want to receive a large
number of messages (for example if you
are going to be absent for a long time).
1.
2.
3.
You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
Short recording time (approx. 10 mins)
(default setting)
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
3.
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781
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
Medium recording time
(approx. 13 mins)
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
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782
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
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Setting the answering machine
Operating modes
Restricting messages to 120 seconds
(default setting)
Handset switched to ON
You can use the answering machine in two
operating modes:
1.
Record messages:
Greeting message A is played back and the
caller can leave messages. When the
memory is full, the answering machine
automatically switches itself off. The length
of the incoming messages can be unlimited or limited to 60/120/180 seconds. To
set this operating mode, select message A.
2.
3.
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
Restricting messages to 180 seconds
Handset switched to ON
Answer only:
The caller cannot leave a message; greeting message B is played back to the caller
for his information only. To set this operating mode, select message B.
1.
2.
In each case the operating mode is set
when the answering machine is switched
on (see page 41/45).
3.
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743
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
Setting the messages
No time restriction for messages
Handset switched to ON
Restricting messages to 60 seconds
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
3.
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741
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1.
2.
3.
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744
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
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You hear the audible acknowledgement tone.
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Operating the answering machine with the handset
Indication of new messages
In answering machine mode, you can carry
out any function you want. For the precise
sequence of operations, please refer to this
Section.
Significance of the keys in answering machine mode:
As soon as new messages have been recorded on your answering machine, the
display indicates the number of new messages.
03n
A
1
-1-
1
2
3
Initiating procedure for operation
To operate the answering machine from the
handset, set the handset to answering
machine mode:
4
5
7
8
0
Answering machine mode:
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
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Ë
or
05 13-09 15.30
A
Numbers of
messages
Date
Time
A
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Date
= Stop
= Forward / Retrieve messages
= Select greeting message B
(Answer Only)
= ON/OFF
= Record greeting message
= Delete all messages
= Recording time remaining
= Delete
‚ = Abort procedure
fl = Abort procedure
ˆ = Switch between date/time
05n 13-09 15.30
Numbers of
new messages
= Rewind
= Select greeting message A
(Record Messages)
Time
The handset is now in answering
machine mode. The number of
messages recorded appears or, if
new messages have been recorded,
the number of new messages "n"
with the current date and time of
the message.
If no messages have been recorded,
"00" appears.
Note:
The answering machine mode is automatically aborted if no function is carried out
within 24 seconds.
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Operating the answering machine with the handset
Recording the greeting message
Note:
This function can only be carried out when
the answering machine is switched off.
The handset is in answering machine mode
and the answering machine is switched off.
5
"rEC" appears on the display along
with the recording time remaining.
Deleting the greeting message
rEC00000000030
The handset is in answering machine mode
and the answering machine is switched off.
A
1
0
Press numeric key 1 for greeting
message A
You hear the Record tone.
"dEL" appears on the display.
dEL
rEC0A000000030
To delete greeting message A, press
A
or
1
3
The greeting message has now
been deleted.
Press numeric key 3 for greeting
message B
You hear the Record tone.
or
rEC0b000000030
to delete greeting message B,
press
A
3
After the beep tone speak the text
of your greeting message… (min. 5
seconds, max. 3 minutes. Speak
without making long pauses
between words (max. 4 seconds)
otherwise the recording will be
ended.
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A
The greeting message has now
been deleted.
2
This completes the recording
procedure. The text you have just
spoken is now played back for you
to check.
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Operating the answering machine with the handset
Switching the answering machine
on/off
If there are only messages which
have already been played back, the
machine begins by playing back the
oldest message.
Handset in answering machine mode.
4
Functions available during playback:
Play current messages back again:
The current setting is displayed
Press
To switch on:
4
To jump back to the previous message:
The greeting message is played
back.
1
Press
(Rewind) twice in quick
succession.
To switch off:
4
To jump forward to the next message:
The answering machine is switched
off.
Press
Changing the greeting message:
If while you are monitoring you press numeric key 1 (greeting A) or numeric key 3
(greeting B), you can select greeting A
(Record Messages operating mode) or B
(Answer Only operating mode). The greeting message currently set is played back in
each case.
3 (Forward).
To end the playback:
Press
2 (Stop).
To switch between date / time and number:
Press
Note:
To end the monitoring, press numeric key
2 (Stop).
ˆ
Note:
If monitoring (code 711) is activated, you
will also hear the messages over the loudspeaker on the base station. To call the
caller back, go to the call register as indicated on page 28. The number is then registered as an "answered call".
Playing back recorded messages
Handset in answering machine mode.
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1 (Rewind).
3
You will hear the recorded messages over the handset. If there are
new messages, the first new
message is played first.
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Operating the answering machine with the handset
Deleting messages
Intercepting a call while the
answering machine is answering
a call
Deleting individual messages:
An individual message can only be deleted
while that message is being played back.
You have the possibility of intercepting a
call even if the answering machine has already switched itself on, is playing back
your greeting message or if the caller is in
the process of leaving a message.
You are playing back a message and want
to delete it:
0
The message is now deleted.
Playback of the next message
resumes.
The answering machine has switched itself
on …
Your greeting message is being played or
the caller is recording a message
Deleting all messages:
With this procedure you can delete in one
go all the messages you have already played
back. This function can only be carried out
if the answering machine is switched off.
Handset switched to ON.
fl
Your greeting message or recording
is interrupted.
The handset is in answering machine mode
and the answering machine is switched off.
Note:
The portion of message recorded prior to
your interception remains stored.
0
7
You will hear the warning tone for
3 seconds.
While you hear the warning tone, press
0
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All the messages are now deleted.
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Operating the answering machine with the handset
Monitoring incoming calls over
the handset
the handset to prevent unauthorised and/
or non-monitored recording from the base
station.
You have the possibility of monitoring incoming messages over the handset without the caller hearing you (message monitoring activated).
You are in the middle of a call …
To start recording:
The answering machine has switched itself
on …
Your greeting message is being
played or the caller is in the process
of leaving a message
1.
Handset switched to ON.
1.
1.
2.
2.
To stop the recording:
‚
Ë
2.
‚
Ë
Note:
If the amount of storage space available is
exceeded during the recording, the recording automatically comes to an end.
The recording ends as soon as the call is
completed.
Pressing the Connect key ends the monitoring function.
Note:
The message is recorded even though you
are monitoring it.
Checking the recording time
remaining
To intercept the call while listening in, simply press the Connect key twice.
You can check the amount of recording
time remaining.
If offhook answering is programmed to ON,
this function is not possible.
Handset in answering machine mode
8
If the handset is on the charging bracket,
you need to program offhook answering
OFF.
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Ë
The recording time remaining is
displayed.
2
Recording telephone calls
The handset switches back to
answering machine mode.
When making a call, you have the possibility of recording the entire call or parts of it.
This function can only be activated from
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Operating the answering machine from the base station
Recording your greeting message
Deleting the greeting message
You can record your greeting message over
the integrated microphone on the base station. However, we do recommend that you
record your message using the handset as
you can then expect a better voice quality
(see page 40, "Answering machine/handset" section).
Answering machine switched off.
c
˙
Answering machine switched off
˙
˚
Press the Record key
Press Rewind key (greeting A) to
record greeting message A
Press Forward key (greeting B) to
record greeting message B.
You hear the record tone.
After the beep tone speak the text
of your greeting message... (min. 5
seconds, max. 3 minutes. Speak
without making long pauses
between words (max. 4 seconds)
otherwise the recording will be
ended.
Press the Record key a second time.
This completes the recording
procedure. The text you have just
spoken is now played back for you
to check.
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Press Rewind key to delete greeting
message A
or the
or
˚
Press the Delete key.
You hear the warning tone for
3 seconds.
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Forward key to delete greeting
message B.
The greeting message is now
deleted.
Operating the answering machine from the base station
Switching the answering machine
on/off
Playing back messages
The red LED on the base station flashes to
indicate that a new message has been left.
To switch on:
Answering machine switched off.
Å
˚
Press the ON/OFF key
Over the loudspeaker you hear the
greeting message currently set
(monitoring).
The red LED is lit.
The answering machine is switched
on.
Note:
You can adjust the volume of the playback
using the "+" and "–" keys.
Changing the greeting message:
If while you are monitoring you press the
Rewind key (greeting message A) or the
Forward key (greeting message B), you can
select greeting message A (Record Messages operating mode) or greeting message
B (Answer Only operating mode). The
greeting message currently set is played in
each case.
Functions available during playback:
When playing back messages, you can carry
out the following functions:
˙
To switch off:
Answering machine switched on.
The red LED is lit.
Å
˙
Press the ON/OFF key.
The red LED goes out.
The answering machine is switched
off.
˚
Note:
The answering machine cannot be switched
on if you have not recorded a greeting
message.
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Press the Forward key.
You will hear the recorded messages over the loudspeaker. New
messages are played back first. If
there are no new messages, the
machine begins by playing back the
oldest message.
Å
You cannot choose between greeting message A and greeting message B if only one
has been recorded.
To end the monitoring, press the ON/OFF
key a second time during monitoring.
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To go back to the beginning of the
message you are currently listening
to:
Press the Rewind key
To jump back to the previous
message:
Press the Rewind key twice in quick
succession
To jump forward to the next
message:
Press the Forward key
To end the playback:
Press the ON/OFF key
Operating the answering machine from the base station
Deleting messages
Temporary monitoring
Deleting individual messages:
An individual message can only be deleted
while that message is being played back.
You are playing back a message and want
to delete it:
Even if the "message monitoring" feature
is deactivated, you can monitor incoming
messages over the base station loudspeaker
without the caller hearing you.
c
The answering machine has switched itself
on…
Your greeting message is being
played or the caller is in the process
of leaving a message.
Press the Delete key.
The message is now deleted.
Playback of the next message
resumes. Playback ends if there are
no further messages.
˜
Deleting all messages:
With this procedure you can delete all the
messages in one go, i.e. those you have
already played back and all those you have
not. This function can only be carried out
when the answering machine is switched
off.
Note:
The "+" or "–" key can be used to adjust
the volume to five levels.
The message is recorded even though you
are monitoring it.
Answering machine switched off.
c
Press the Delete key.
You will hear the warning tone for
3 seconds.
While you hear the warning tone press the
Record key a second time.
All the messages are now deleted.
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c
Press the internal key.
The monitoring function is
switched on.
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Operating the answering machine by remote access
Introduction
Overview of the key function of the code
transmitter and telephone:
You can access and remote control your
answering machine from any telephone,
i.e.
È
”
‹
Play back and delete messages
Switch on/off
Record/modify your greeting
messages
= Rewind
= Select greeting message A
= Stop
= Forward / Retrieve messages
= Select greeting message B
⁄ = ON/OFF
[ = Record greeting message
] = Room monitoring
Ú\Ú = Delete all messages
Ú = Delete
Since DTMF signals are required for the remote control of your answering machine,
you can carry out the necessary procedures
either with a
telephone with dual-tone multifrequency dialling (DTMF) or
code transmitter (manual transmitter)
Points to remember with remote
access:
Remote access works only if a
remote access PIN has been
activated (see page 48).
Every function can be aborted or
stopped using numeric key 2.
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To end remote access, simply put
down the receiver.
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Operating the answering machine by remote access
Remote access PIN
Note:
Please remember your new remote access
PIN!
If you forget your remote access PIN, you
will have to call out your specialist dealer
at your expense to intervene on the telephone. Forgetting the remote access PIN
is like losing a key.
The remote access PIN is required if you
wish to enable remote access on your answering machine. In the default setting,
remote access is deactivated. In this state,
remote access cannot be used. Remote
access is activated when you key in the remote access PIN using the procedure described below.
If you enter an incorrect or an incomplete
remote access PIN, you will hear an acoustic error signal. Please repeat the entire procedure.
Keying in the PIN:
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Remote access procedure
The initiating procedure for all remote access functions is always the same. You have
dialled your Ascom Avena 122/Ascom
Avena 122 plus.
Key in the remote access PIN
(four digits).
‚
You hear your greeting message.
You hear an audible acknowledgement tone
Place the code transmitter up to the mouthpiece of the receiver or switch the telephone over to DTMF or temporary LD
function.
Please note:
Before entering a new number, the old remote access PIN has to be deleted (except
with the remote access PIN setting "0000")
(0000 = default setting)
During or after the greeting message, enter your personal remote access PIN. The
greeting message is interrupted.
Deleting the PIN:
Handset switched to ON
1.
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2.
3.
4.
You hear the standby tone.
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760
Note:
If you enter the remote access PIN incorrectly,
you will hear the error tone (see page 57).
You then need to key in your remote access
PIN once again. Remote access is always protected, i.e. if you enter the remote access PIN
incorrectly three times in succession, your
Ascom Avena 122/Ascom Avena 122 plus will
automatically disconnect the line. The PIN
alarm is then activated (indicated by a rapid
flashing of the red LED).
Key in the previous remote access
PIN (four digits)
‚
You hear an audible acknowledgement tone. Remote access is now
deactivated.
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Operating the answering machine by remote access
Switching the answering machine
on/off
It is now impossible to remote access your
equipment until the PIN alarm has been
cancelled by pressing the ON/OFF key on
the base station.
You are connected with your answering
machine:You are connected with your answering machine:
Switching on the answering
machine
To switch off:
⁄
If you have forgotten to switch on your
answering machine, you can switch it on
remotely.
The greeting message is not played
back. The answering machine is
switched off.
Dial your number.
After 10 to 11 ringing signals the answering machine will switch itself on for 8 seconds without playing a greeting.
Enter your remote access PIN.
You hear the standby tone.
or
To switch on:
⁄
The greeting message is played
back (monitoring). The answering
machine is switched on.
⁄
The greeting message is played
back (monitoring).
Please note:
Whenever you switch the answering machine on or off, you will hear an acknowledgement tone.
Put down the receiver
or
press the numeric key of the function you
want to proceed with.
Changing the greeting message:
If while you’re monitoring you press numeric key 1 (greeting message A) or numeric key 3 (greeting message B), you can
select greeting message A (Record Messages operating mode) or greeting message
B (Answer Only operating mode). The message currently set is played back in each
case.
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Note:
This function cannot be carried out if no
remote access PIN is entered.
Note:
To end the monitoring, press numeric key
2 (Stop).
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Operating the answering machine by remote access
Playing back recorded messages
Deleting all messages:
With this procedure you can delete in one
go all the messages you have already played
back. This function can only be carried out
if the answering machine is switched off
(for safety reasons).
You are connected with your answering
machine:
‹
You will hear the recorded
messages. New messages are
played back first. If there are no
new messages, the machine begins
by playing back the oldest
message.
You are connected with your answering
machine:
Ú
\
You will hear the warning tone for
3 seconds.
Functions available during playback:
To go back to the beginning of the message
you are currently listening to:
While you hear the warning tone, press
Ú
È
a second time.
All the messages are now deleted.
To jump back to the previous message:
ÈÈ
Recording a greeting message
To jump forward to the next message:
You are connected with your answering
machine. The answering machine is
switched off.
‹
To end the playback:
[
”
To record greeting message A
È
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Deleting messages
You hear the Record tone.
Deleting individual messages:
An individual message can only be deleted
while that message is being played back.
You’re listening to a message …
Ú
The message is now deleted.
Playback of the next messages
resumes
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Operating the answering machine by remote access
Carrying out room monitoring
To record greeting message B
‹
This feature enables you to monitor, from
a distance, the area around your answering
machine for noise.
Remote room monitoring is possible only
if the remote access PIN is not on "0000"
and the basic setting "Enable room monitoring" is activated (see page 27).
You hear the Record tone.
After the beep tone speak the text
of your greeting message... (min. 5
seconds, max. 3 minutes. Speak
without making long pauses
between words (max. 4 seconds) as
otherwise the recording will be
ended.
You are connected with the answering
machine:
”
]
This completes the recording
procedure. The text you have just
spoken is now played back for you
to check.
The microphone on the base
station is switched on for 30
seconds.
After 30 seconds you will hear a warning
tone, which you can acknowledge by
pressing numeric key 6 to prolong room
monitoring by a further 30 seconds.
Otherwise the line will be disconnected
after approx. 9 seconds.
Deleting the greeting message
You are connected with your answering
machine. The answering machine is
switched off.
During room monitoring the connection
indicator on the base station flashes.
Ú
You will hear the warning tone for
3 seconds.
Note:
By pressing numeric key 6 you can prolong
room monitoring again by 30 seconds.
To delete greeting message A, press
È
The greeting message is now
deleted.
Ending room monitoring:
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or
Put the receiver down.
to delete greeting message B, press
or
‹
The greeting message is now
deleted.
You can end the room monitoring by
pressing numeric key 2.
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PBX-related operation
Connection to a PBX
Setting the exchange
identification code (EIC)
To connect your Ascom Avena 122 behind
a PBX, the Ascom Avena 122 must be
programmed in the PBX mode.
You only need to carry out the following
settings if you are connected to a PBX that
does not wait for the dial tone. You can
program your telephone in such a way that
the delay time is observed automatically,
i.e. there is no need for you to wait for the
dial tone after entering the EIC and you
can carry on dialling straight away.
Deactivate PBX mode
(factory setting)
1.
2.
3.
‚‚
090
‚
Handset switched to ON
1.
2.
Activate PBX mode
1.
2.
3.
3.
‚‚
091
‚
4.
‚‚
072
Enter the PBX exchange
identification code, e.g. 0
(maximum 6 digits).
To delete an existing EIC, keep
pressing the C-key until the number
on the display disappears.
‚
You hear the audible
acknowledgement tone
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Your telephone will now automatically add
a dialling pause after the EIC. It makes no
difference whether you dial manually or use
an abbreviated dialling number. You need
to include the EIC in the one-touch memory
if you wish to obtain an outside line.
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PBX-related operation
Deleting the exchange
identification code (EIC)
1.
2.
3.
Setting the dial pause
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253
Enter the system PIN if required.
You have the possibility of setting the
pauses required after the exchange codes
to suit the requirements of each PBX:
Please refer to the operating instructions
for your PBX.
‚
Example:
Setting the dial pause to 3 seconds
You hear the audible
acknowledgement tone.
Handset switched to ON
1.
Note:
You can also store the digits 0 to 9 as well
as the star and hash keys and the signal
key function.
2.
3.
‚‚
023
‚
You hear the audible
acknowledgement tone
You can use the Delete key to correct or
delete your input.
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023 = 3 second pause (factory setting)
024 = 4 second pause
025 = 5 second pause
026 = 6 second pause
027 = 7 second pause
028 = 8 second pause
029 = 9 second pause
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System settings
Setting a feature
090x
091
Deactivate PBX mode
Activate PBX mode
PLEASE remember the following sequence:
Delete functions
Handset switch to ON
‚
250 S
Reset to default settings, base
station
251 H Delete all one-touch memories
253 S Delete the exchange
identification code
260 H Reset to default settings,
handset
Press P-key twice
fi
Key in the three-digit telephone
parameter
‚
End by pressing the P-key
You will hear a positive
acknowledgement tone. The
feature you selected is now
activated.
Answering machine
710x
711
722
723
730x
732
List of system settings
x = default setting
S = system PIN protected
H = handset PIN protected
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741
742x
743
744
760
761
781x
782
783
Telephone parameters
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029
033
037
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042x
043
072
080x S
081 S
082 S
Dial pause 3 seconds
up to
Dial pause 9 seconds
Pulse dialling
Dual-tone multi-frequency
dialling with short flash
Dual-tone multi-frequency
dialling with long flash
Battery type NiCd (250 mAh)
Battery type NiMH (500 mAh)
Exchange identification code
storage
Deactivate provider dialling
Activate provider dialling
Enter/change provider number
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Monitoring messages "OFF"
Monitoring messages "ON"
Set date
Set time
Number of rings automatic
2 rings
to
9 rings
Record 60 seconds
Record 120 seconds
Record 180 seconds
Record unlimited
Delete remote access PIN
Key in remote access PIN
Short recording time
Medium recording time
Long recording time
System settings
Units/call charge/talk time display
810
812x
Display off
Talk time display
Features
770x
771
900
901
902
S
S
S
S
903 S
904x
S
S
H
H
S
S
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H
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910
911x
920x
921
930x
931
940
941
948
949
950
951x
960
961x
970
971
980
981
990
991
Disable room monitoring
Enable room monitoring
De-register handset
Register handset
Register handset to foreign
system
Register foreign handset
Automatic base station
selection
Manual base station selection
Keyclick "OFF"
Keyclick "ON"
Range warning tone "OFF"
Range warning tone "ON"
Offhook answering "OFF"
Offhook answering "ON"
Delete system PIN
Key in system PIN
Delete direct call number
Key in direct call number
Charge tone "OFF"
Charge tone "ON"
Exchange line "OFF"
Exchange line "ON"
Delete handset PIN
Key in handset PIN
CLIP "OFF"
CLIP "ON"
CLIR "OFF"
CLIR "ON"
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System settings
Resetting the base station to the
default settings
Deleting all the one-touch
memories
Code 250
This procedure resets the following features
to their default settings:
Code 251
This procedure deletes all the one-touch
memories.
– Dialling method (code 038)
– Base station ringing tone (3/6/✻)
– Exchange identification code (code 253)
– Room monitoring disabled (code 770)
– Provider dialling deactivated (code 080)
– Dial pause 3 seconds (code 023)
– Exchange line "ON" (code 961)
Deleting the exchange
identification code
Code 253
This procedure resets the exchange
identification code.
Plus, on the Ascom Avena 122/Ascom
Avena 122 plus with answering machine:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Resetting the handset to the
default settings
Announcement texts
Messages received
Messages limited to 120 s (code 742)
Protected remote access "OFF"
Remote access PIN "OFF" (0000)
Number of rings automatic (code 730)
Monitoring "OFF" (code 710)
Short recording time (code 781)
Announcement text answering machine
Received messages answering machine
Code 260
This procedure resets the following features
to their default settings:
– Offhook answering "OFF" (code 930)
– Keyclick "ON" (code 911)
– Handset ringing tone (3/6/✻)
– Range warning tone "ON" (code 920)
– Battery type NiCd (code 042)
– Charge tone "ON" (code 951)
– Automatic base station selection
(code 904)
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The handsets remain registered.
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General information
Troubleshooting
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Most malfunctions will not be due to a defect on your telephone. You can often save
time and money by correcting minor faults yourself.
The following tips are intended to help you do this.
Symptom
Cause
Remedy
No display
Handset not switched on
Battery cells
Press Connect key
Charge handset / battery
cells, see page 10
No radio link to
the base station
Handset not registered
Register handset.
See page 28
Cannot get a line,
no dial tone
Telephone connector plug
not correctly inserted
Check the plug at both the
telephone socket and the
base station, if necessary
remove and reconnect.
Mains transformer plug
not correctly inserted
Check the plug at both the
230V socket and the base
station, if necessary remove
and reconnect. See page 8.
Handset and/or base
station not ringing
Ringing signal de-activated
or set too low
Adjust volume of ringing
signal. See page 13.
On PBXs only:
No connection or wrong
number when dialling
from speed-dial memory
EIC not entered.
Enter EIC.
See page 52.
No connection made
after dialling, dial tone
still audible
Using the wrong dialling
method
Switch to other dialling
method. See page 12.
Remote access not
working
No remote access PIN
entered
Enter PIN.
See page 47.
Answering machine not
recording messages
Memory full
Delete messages.
See page 39 + 42
Set "Record Messages"
operating mode.
See page 38.
Answering machine set to
"Answer Only" operating
mode
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Technical Data
Standard:
DECT/GAP
Admissible
ambient conditions
for operation:
5 °C to 40 °C
5% to 85% relative
humidity
Frequency range: 1880 MHz to
1900 MHz
Number of
channels:
120 duplex channels
Admissible storage
temperature:
– 25 °C to + 70 °C
Channel spacing: 1728 kHz
Dialling method: pulse dialling / DTMF
Channel selection:dynamic
Modulation:
GFSK
Voice coding:
32 kbit/s, ADPCM
Dimensions:
approx.
133 x 120 x 44 mm
(base station)
approx.
158 x 50 x 37 mm
(handset)
approx.
133 x 82 x 55 mm
(charging bracket)
Weight:
handset approx. 150 g
base station
approx. 200 g
bracket approx. 90 g
Transmit output: 10 mW, mean output
per channel
Range:
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Mains unit,
primary:
secondary:
up to 300 m outdoors,
up to 50 m inside
buildings
220/230 V~/50 Hz
10VDC/500 mA
Battery cells:
3 x 1,2 V/250 mAh
NiCd battery type AAA
or
3 x 1,2 V/550 mAh
NiMH battery type
AAA
Operating time
(with NiCd/
250 mAh)
standby:
approx. 80 hours
talk time:
approx. 8 hours
Operating time
(with NiMH/
550 mAh)
standby:
approx. 140 hours
talk time:
approx. 12 hours
Warning:
Circuit can be destroyed by electrostatic
discharge!
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Write-on labels
Write-on labels for Base station
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Quick Reference User Guide
This Guide contains the main operating
sequences. For more detailed information
please refer to the User Guide itself.
Ù storage number (00…19) or press Ù
repeatedly until required abbreviated dialling
number appears, then
.
fl
Taking a call
fl
fl
Retrieving abbreviated dialling
Answering a call
Ending a call.
Adjusting the receiver volume
‚
Dialling out
flcall number,fi outside call
fi
or off-line call preparation: call number
.
(The character last entered can be deleted
using
.)
fl
4
, then
.
Make your call
Volume is increased. Use same procedure to
switch off again.
Setting the ringing tone (handset)
‚9
Volume:
Pitch:
Melody:
0 to 4
5 to 7
89¯ or ·
Internal call
Ë call number, fi internal call.
Redial
ˆ once or several times, followed by
fl.
Press
Saving abbreviated dialling numbers
‚Ù
storage number (00…19)
by call number and
.
fi
‚
fi, followed
Ascom Avena 122 – Quick Reference Guide for
Operating the Answering Machine Remotely and from the Handset
Remote initiating procedure:
Initiating procedure from the handset:
1. Dial your call number.
1. Press programming key.
2. During the greeting message key in 2. Press internal key.
your personal remote access PIN.
or (the answering machine is switched off)
1. Dial your call number and wait for 10–11 rings.
2. Answering machine switches itself on for 8 s without playing a greeting message.
3. Enter your remote access PIN.
Significance of the keys:
= Rewind
(greeting message A)
= Stop
= Forward (message B)
Retrieve messages
= ON/OFF
a
= Record
= Delete
= Switch between date/
= Room monitoring
time and number
(from remote only)
(from handset only)
= Delete all messages
= Abort procedure
= Retrieve recording time
fl
remaining (from handset only) (from handset only)
‚
Quick Reference User Guide
Registering the handset
˜
Retrieving message / jump functions
˚ Messages are played back over the
Keep
pressed down for 5 seconds,
followed by
twice.
, followed by system PIN or
default setting.
…
, then designation of the base
station A to
, followed by
901
1 6
‚
loudspeaker.
Back to the beginning of the message or
press twice to go to the previous message.
Forward to the next message,
to end.
fi
2580
˙
˚
‚.
Å
Delete individual / all messages
c twice to delete a message during
playback. cc in succession to delete all the
De-registering the handset
‚ twice, 900, followed by 1…6
internal call number, followed by ‚.
messages.
Switching the answering machine on/off
at the base station
Å to switch on, greeting message is played
‚·
from the handset
• Switch answering machine on/off
• Greeting message B
• Room monitoring by remote access
• Greeting message A
Recording
• Greeting message B
• Greeting message A
Individual messages
• (during playback)
• All messages 7
Delete (the answering machine is switched off)
˚ or ˙.
• Stop
• Jump forward
• Retrieve
Messages
From the handset and by remote access
Å
• Jump back
over the loudspeaker.
To change the greeting message
to switch off.
General information
Warranty
Your Ascom Avena 122/Ascom Avena 122
plus handset is guaranteed by Ascom for a
period of twelve (12) months from the date
of purchase under the terms and conditions
of this warranty. The International Ascom
Warranty covers material and manufacturing defects. The warranty comes into
force only if the warranty certificate has
been filled out in full and correctly by an
official Ascom dealer.
The manufacturer’s warranty does not
cover:
– fuses, bulbs, antennas and batteries;
– network and transmission problems that
are not related to the Ascom Avena 122
handset;
– damage not due to defects in material
or manufacturing, specifically damage
caused by water, humidity or vibration
and shock;
– possible consequential damage resulting
in particular from use, non-functioning
or defect of the product.
In case of defects covered by the warranty,
your Ascom Avena 122 handset will, at
the sole option of Ascom, be repaired or
replaced free of charge. In case of
replacement it cannot be guaranteed that
you will receive the same model. The
warranty for the replacement handset ends
twelve (12) months after the date of
purchase of the replaced handset. Any further claims against Ascom and any
performance under warranty promised by
the dealer are the sole responsibility of that
dealer.
• the handset is serviced or repaired by any
person not authorised by Ascom or its
representatives.
• the telephone is damaged through the
use of accessories not approved by
Ascom.
• the equipment designation (serial
number) is damaged or removed.
Should you require work under warranty,
please contact your official Ascom dealer
or one of our authorised Ascom service
centres. The handset must be submitted
along with the fully and correctly completed
warranty certificate. If sending the product
to the service centre by post, please enclose
the postage due for returning the product
to you.
Cleaning – when necessary
Simply wipe the telephone with a slightly
damp cloth or anti-static pad. Never use a
dry cloth. Avoid the use of all polishes and
abrasives.
Approval
Your Ascom Avena 122/Ascom Avena 122
plus has been approved for use with the
public network.
CE labelling
The product complies with the fundamental requirements of all the relevant
Recommendations *) of the EU Council.
The stipulated compliance assessment
processes have been carried out.
*) at present these include:
89/336/EWG as amended by 92/31/EEG:
"Council Recommendation of 3 May 1989
for the alignment of the legal provisions of
the Member States on electromagnetic
compatibility" implemented in the "Act on
the electromagnetic compatibility of
equipment (EMCE) of 9 November 1992.
73/23/EEG: "Council Recommendation of
19 February 1973 on the alignment of the
legal provisions of the Member States
regarding electrical equipment for use
within specific voltage limits" implemented
in the first regulation relating to the law on
technical work materials of 11 June 1979.
Compliance of the telephone with the
aforementioned Recommendations is
confirmed through the CE label.
ABSC 20312004
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