AUDIOLINE TEL 30B Operating instructions

BigTel 180 combo
Bedienungsanleitung
Operating Instructions
BIGTEL 180
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Contents
1 Safety Information������������������������������������������� 35
2 Starting Up ����������������������������������������������������� 36
3 Your BigTel 180 combo����������������������������������� 37
4 Operating the Telephone ��������������������������������� 39
5 Telephoning����������������������������������������������������� 42
6 Using the Menu, Telephone Base��������������������� 47
7 Phone Book, Telephone Base��������������������������� 49
8 Calls List, Telephone Base������������������������������� 50
9 Using the Menu, Cordless Handset����������������� 51
10 Phone Book, Cordless Handset����������������������� 53
11 Calls List, Cordless Handset��������������������������� 54
12 Using the Answering Machine������������������������� 55
13 Using Remote Access ������������������������������������� 57
14 Private Branch Exchanges������������������������������� 58
15 If Problems Occur������������������������������������������� 60
16 Technical Properties����������������������������������������� 61
17 Default Settings����������������������������������������������� 62
16 Maintenance/Guarantee����������������������������������� 63
17 Index��������������������������������������������������������������� 64
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Safety Information
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Safety Information
Please read this operating instruction manual thoroughly.
Intended use
The telephone is suitable for telephoning within a public telephone network
system. Any other use is considered unintended use. Unauthorised
modification or reconstruction is not permitted. Under no circumstances
open the device or complete any repair work yourself.
Installation location
Prevent excessive exposure to smoke, dust, vibration, chemicals, moisture,
heat and direct sunlight.
Power supply
Caution: Only use the power adapter plug supplied because
other power supplies could damage the telephone. Ensure
access to the power adapter plug is not obstructed by furniture
or such.
Power failure
Only the telephone base can be used when there is a power failure. See
page 46.
Rechargeable batteries
Do not throw the batteries into a fire or immerse them in water.
Hearing aid compatibility
The telephone is compatible with most popular hearing aids on the market.
However, due to the wide range of hearing aids available, there is no
guarantee that the telephone will function ‘problem free’ with every model
Caution: This telephone is capable of producing very high
volume levels when the ‘Boost’ is switched on and the volume
control is set to maximum. Extreme caution should be taken if
the handset is to be shared between users with normal hearing
and those with hearing impairment.
Medical equipment
DO NOT use your telephone near emergency/intensive care medical
equipment; if you have a pacemaker fitted or during an electrical storm.
Disposal
You are obliged to dispose of consumable goods properly
in accordance with the applicable legal regulations. The
adjacent symbol on the telephone indicates that electrical
and electronic apparatus and batteries no longer required
must be disposed of separately from domestic waste.
Electrical and electronic devices must be disposed of
at suitable collection points provided by the public waste
authorities.
Batteries must be disposed of at the point of sale or at the
appropriate collection points provided by the public waste
authorities.
Packaging materials must be disposed of according to
local regulations.
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Mains power outlet
Receiver connection
Starting Up
2
Starting Up
Safety note
Caution: It is essential to read the Safety Information in
Chapter 1 before preparing the telephone for use.
Connecting the charger base
Connect the charger base as illustrated in the diagram.
For reasons of safety, only use the power adaptor plug supplied.
Check the contents of the package
The package contains:
Content
BigTel 180 combo
Telephone Answering Machine Base
1
Cordless handset
1
Battery cover
1
Charger base
1
Power adapter plug
2
Telephone connection cable
1
AAA 1.2V 800mAh NiMH
rechargeable batteries
2
Operating manual
1
Connecting the telephone base
Connect the telephone base as illustrated in the diagram. For reasons of
safety, only use the power adaptor plug and telephone connection cable
supplied.
Mains power outlet
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Receiver connection
Mains power outlet
Inserting the batteries
Insert the 2 x AAA 1.2V 800mAh NiMH rechargeable batteries supplied, into
the handset battery compartment. Take care to note the ‘+’ and ‘-’ markings
and position the batteries the correct way around. Close the battery
compartment cover.
Charging the batteries
Place the handset in the base to charge for a minimum of 15 hours before first use.
Private branch exchanges
The information on Page 58 explains how to install your telephone on a private branch exchange.
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Telephone answering machine base
Menu/OK
Rewind/OGM
Down/Calls list/Recall
Play/Pause
Up/Redial/Pause
Fast forward/Memo
Stop/Esc/Answer on/off
Incoming call light
25 db Boost
(under handset)
Display
Mute/Delete
Phone Book/Dial
Tone
Quick dial memories
Find handset
Volume down
Intercom
Volume up
Alphanumeric keypad
Handsfree
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Your BigTel 180 combo
Cordless handset and base
Incoming call light
Volume up/down
Memory 1
Memory 2
25 dB Boost
Display
Up/Redial
Phone Book
Intercom
Menu/OK/Recall
Mute/Delete
End call
External call/Handsfree
Down/Calls list
*/Ringer on/off
Alphanumeric keypad
#/Keylock
Pause (long press 0)
Microphone
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Charging
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Operating the Telephone
4
Operating the Telephone
The instructions throughout this guide are for both the telephone base and the
cordless handset, unless stated otherwise.
Display and explanation of operation sequences.
Enter digits or letters
Press the button shown, briefly
Icons in the telephone base station display
Icon
Description
Phone Book mode
Ringer off
Handsfree mode
Call in progress
2x
Press the button shown, twice briefly
Boost receiver volume is on
2 sec
Press the button shown for 2 seconds
Handset microphone is muted
Press and hold
Press and hold the button shown
You have new calls
Release
Release button shown
Internal call in progress
Handset rings
Base station rings
Lift the handset
Replace the handset
Cordless handset external call button
End a call and/or return to standby on the cordless
handset
VOLUME 1 or
Text or icon in the display
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Operating the Telephone
Icons in the handset display
Icon
Description
Phone Book mode
There are more digits to view on the left
There are more digits to view on the right
Navigating in the menu
All telephone base and cordless handset functions can be accessed via the
menu. Please refer to ‘Using the menu’ on pages 47 and 51 for information on how to access each function.
All descriptions in this operating manual assume that the handset is in
Standby mode.
Battery status
Ringer off
Keylock is on
Handsfree mode
Call in progress
Boost receiver volume is on
Handset microphone is muted
You have new calls
When steady indicates that the handset is in range of the
base. When flashing indicates that the handset is out of
range of the base.
Internal call in progress
Message waiting
Note: This feature is not compatible with the UK 1571
service
or
or
or
or
or
or
Open the main menu
Select the submenu required
Open the submenu
Select the function required
Open the function
Select the setting required
Enter digits or letters using the relevant keys
or
Confirm the entries
or
Cancel and return to standby mode
Every process is automatically cancelled if there is no input within 20
seconds. The handset will return to standby mode.
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Operating the Telephone
Creating phone book entries in the telephone base - example
Storing a quick dial entry in the cordless handset
This example explains how to navigate and create entries in the phone book.
2 sec M1 or M2
Opens add quick dial entry mode
Proceed as in this example for all the settings.
Enter the name (max. 12 letters) and
confirm it
Opens
add
phone
book
entry
mode
2 sec
Enter the phone number (max. 24
Enter the name (max. 16 letters) and
digits) and confirm it
confirm it
Enter the phone number (max. 24
digits) and confirm it
If you see a
or
icon, there are more digits to be viewed than can be
shown on the display. Press the
key to view the digits.
Creating phone book entries in the cordless handset - example
Opens add phone book entry mode
2 sec
Enter the name (max. 12 letters) and
confirm it
Enter the phone number (max. 24
digits) and confirm it
Storing a quick dial entry in the telephone base
2 sec M1, M2 or M3
Opens add quick dial entry mode
Enter the name (max. 16 letters) and
confirm it
Enter the phone number (max. 24
digits) and confirm it
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Telephoning
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Telephoning
Take a call
Making a call using the telephone base
Enter the phone number (max. 24
digits)
Following incorrect input, press to
delete the last digit
,
or
It is also possible to press the external call button first to obtain dialling
tone. The digits entered will then be dialled immediately. It is not possible
to correct wrong digits individually using this dialling procedure.
Open the redial list
or
,
Select an entry and dial the number
or
Redial using the cordless handset
Your telephone stores the last 3 telephone numbers dialled (max. 24 digits each).
Making a call using the cordless handset
Enter the phone number (max. 24
digits)
Following incorrect input, press to
delete the last digit
Dial the phone number
or
It is also possible to press the external call button first to obtain dialling
tone. The digits entered will then be dialled immediately. It is not possible
to correct wrong digits individually using this dialling procedure.
Take the call
Redial using the telephone base
Your telephone stores the last 5 telephone numbers dialled (max. 24 digits each).
Dial the phone number
or
,
Open the redial list
,
Select an entry and dial the number
or
Calling back missed calls
Your telephone stores the last 30 incoming calls in the calls list.
Open the calls list
or
or
,
or
Select an entry and dial the number
End a call
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,
or
End the call
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Telephoning
Dialling phone numbers from the phone book
There must be phone numbers stored in the phone book.
See pages 47 & 51. Your telephone can store up to 50 name and number
entries in the phone book.
,
or
Select an entry and dial the number
Quick dial
Phone numbers must have been stored as quick dial numbers. See page 41.
M1, M2 or M3
or
Press the required quick dial button
Dial the number
Chain dialling, cordless handset
This feature is used for more complex telephone services, eg for telephone
banking or calling card procedures. Several numbers stored in the phone
book can be dialled successively when a connection has already been made.
It is also possible to combine numbers from the phone book with numbers
entered manually. Numbers stored in the phone book can be chained and
transmitted as required.
Open the phone book when a
connection has been made
or
or
Open the phone book
or
or
Adjusting the receiver volume, telephone base
The receiver volume of your BigTel 180 telephone is louder than with a standard telephone.
,
or
Select the phone book entry and
transmit the number
When in a call, adjust the setting with
the volume buttons
Adjusting the receiver volume, cordless handset
The receiver volume of your BigTel 100 telephone is louder than with a
standard telephone. Push up or down and release for each volume step.
When in a call, adjust the setting with
the side switch
Boosting the receiver volume
When in a call, you can increase the loudness of each volume setting if you press the 25dB button.
or
Press the button, an icon flashes in
the display
Handsfree, using the telephone base
Use Handsfree to listen to your caller via the loudspeaker
Switch on handsfree mode
Deactivate handsfree mode
Handsfree, cordless handset
Use Handsfree to listen to your caller via the loudspeaker
2x
Switch on handsfree mode
Deactivate handsfree mode
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Telephoning
Adjusting the Handsfree volume, telephone base
There are 5 handsfree volume levels available. The ‘25dB’ feature is not
available in handsfree mode.
Adjust the volume with the volume
buttons
or
Adjusting the Handsfree volume, cordless handset
There are 5 handsfree volume levels available. The ‘25dB’ feature is not
available in handsfree mode.
or
and
Adjust the volume with the side switch
or up and down arrows
Talk time display
The duration of each call is displayed in minutes and seconds during the call.
Tone, telephone base only
Everyone’s hearing is different and some people can hear higher frequencies
more clearly that others. Press the
button to adjust the tone and high
frequencies within a call, until it’s right for you.
,
Muting the microphone, cordless handset
The microphone can be activated and deactivated during a telephone
conversation when you are in handset or handsfree mode.
, MUTED,
Switch the microphone off (Mute).
, UNMUTED
Switch the microphone on
Ringer on/off, cordless handset only
You can turn the bell of the ringer on and off.
2 sec
Switches the bell ringer off
2 sec
Switches the bell ringer on
Keylock, cordless handset only
Calls can still be answered in the normal way when the keylock is on.
2 sec
Locks the keypad
2 sec
Unlocks the keypad
Adjust the tone with the left and right
buttons
or
Muting the microphone, telephone base
The microphone can be activated and deactivated during a telephone
conversation when you are in handset or handsfree mode.
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, Mute
Switch the microphone off (Mute).
, Unmute
Switch the microphone on
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Telephoning
Making internal calls
When making internal calls the telephone base is ‘HS0’ and the cordless
handset is HS1. Internal calls are free of charge.
HS0:
,
Conference calls
You can hold a conference call between 1 external and 2 internal callers.
Dial the internal call number of the
required handset
, eg 1
, eg 1
During an external call, dial the
number of the required handset
HS1:
Accept the internal call on the other
handset
HS1:
Accept the internal call on the other
handset
HS0/HS1:
End the internal call
HS0: 2 sec
Activates conference call
HS0/HS1:
Put external call on hold
HS0/HS1:
End conference call
Transferring external calls internally
HS0:
,
HS0:
,
, eg 1
During an external call, dial the
number of the required handset
HS1:
Accept the internal call on the other
handset
HS0:
External call is transferred to the other
handset
If the called handset does not answer, you can take the call back by pressing the INTERCOM button.
Handset registration
You only need to register a handset that has become deregistered from the
base or if you have purchased a new handset.
New handsets must be fully charged before you attempt to register them.
At the base
10 sec
Activate registration mode
, Register
At the handset
,
or
Open the menu, select ‘REGISTER’
,
Enter the base number (1,2,3 or 4)
,
,
Enter the PIN code and confirm
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Telephoning
Handset deregistration, telephone base
,
or
Open the menu, select ‘Remove HS’
,
Enter the handset number and confirm
,
Handset deregistration, cordless handset
,
or
Open the menu, select ‘REMOVE HS’
,
,
,
REMOVE HS?,
,
Enter the PIN code and confirm
Enter the handset number and confirm
Power fail, telephone base
If you have a mains power failure, you can still use your telephone base to
make and receive telephone calls but the display will only function when you
lift the handset.
You can also use the following functions when the handset is lifted:
- View or dial from the phone book or M1, M2 or M3 keys
- View or dial from the calls list
- Dial out Recall (Flash) and pause
- Adjust the receiver volume
- Mute the microphone
The phone will ring for an incoming call in power fail mode but the
incoming call light will not function and the callers’ details will not be
stored in the calls list.
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Using the Menu, Telephone Base
6. Using the menu
Ringer tone
There are 9 different ringing melodies available for External and Internal
calls.
,
,
or
Open the Menu, select ‘Ringer Tone’
or , EXT Melody or INT
Melody,
Select and confirm the melody to
change
Melody 8
The current setting is shown
or
Select and confirm a ringing melody
,
Ringer Volume
There are 5 different volume settings available and ‘OFF’.
,
,
or
Ring Vol 5
or
The current setting is shown
Select and confirm a ringing volume
or ‘Ring Off’
,
Key Tone
Choose to turn the key tone ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’
,
or
ON
or
,
,
,
or
or
,
Open the Menu, select ‘Display’
Select ‘Contrast’
The current setting is shown
or
Select and confirm the contrast setting
,
Language
There are 5 languages available, English, German, French, Spanish and
Italian.
or
or
Open the Menu, select ‘Display’
,
Select ‘Language’
,
German
or
The current setting is shown
Select and confirm a language
,
Boost Mem
With this feature set to ‘ON’ , if you use the
button, your handset will
remember and use your last Boost setting for each call.
Open the Menu, select ‘Key Tone’
,
or
The current setting is shown
or
,
Select and confirm ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’
,
2
Open the Menu, select ‘Ringer Tone’
Select ‘Volume’
,
or
Contrast
There are 3 different contrast levels available so that you can set the display
to how you find it most easy to read.
OFF
or
,
Open the Menu, select ‘Settings’
Select ‘Boost Mem’
The current setting is shown
,
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Select and confirm ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’
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Using the Menu, Telephone Base
Date/Time
,
or
or
,
,
Open the Menu, select ‘Time’
Select ‘Date & Time’
,
Enter the day, month and year and
confirm
,
Enter the hours (24 hour clock) and
confirm
hen setting the time and date (on the telephone base), it is also possible
W
to use the left and right keys to move backward and forward to make
corrections. This also applies when entering phonebook entries.
Time Format
You can set the time to be displayed in 24 or 12 hour clock
,
or
or
,
24 hour
or
,
Open the Menu, select ‘Time’
Select ‘Format’
The current setting is shown
,
Select and confirm 24 or 12 hour
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Phone Book, Telephone Base
7. Phone Book
Fifty names and phone numbers can be stored in the phone book with a
maximum of 16 letters and 24 digits for each entry.
* Always enter the area dialling code with each phone book entry.
*The phone book entries are managed alphabetically.
To go quickly to a phone book entry, enter the first letter of the
corresponding entry.
Entering a name
The digit keys are also labelled with letters for the entry of the respective
letters. Pressing the respective key the necessary number of times enables
capital letters and digits to be entered.
Space
Delete
Special characters
Editing phone book entries
,
Open the phone book
or
Select a phone book entry
,
or
Edit the name (max. 16 letters) and
confirm it
Edit the phone number (max. 24
digits) and confirm it
Deleting single phone book entries
,
Open the phone book
or
Select a phone book entry
,
or
Delete?,
To enter the same letter twice, press the button to enter the letter. Wait until the cursor moves forward one place. Enter the letter again.
Creating phone book entries
2 sec
,
Opens add phone book entry mode
Enter the name (max. 16 letters) and
confirm it
Open phone book options, select ‘Edit’
,
Open phone book options, select
‘Delete’
,
Confirm the deletion or Cancel
or
Deleting all phone book entries
,
Open the phone book
or
Select a phone book entry
,
or
Delete All?,
Open phone book options, select
‘Delete All’
,
or
Confirm the deletion or Cancel
Enter the phone number (max. 24
digits) and confirm it
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Calls List, Telephone Base
8. Calls List
The Calls List on your telephone works together with the Caller number
display (CLIP1) service supplied by your telephony network provider. Please
contact your telephony network provider to arrange for subscription to this
service.
The number of the caller (or name if stored in the Phone Book) appears in
the display when the phone rings. If the caller has withheld their phone
number, a corresponding message appears in the display. The phone
number is not displayed and will not be stored in the calls list.
A total of 30 incoming calls, with a maximum of 16 letters for the name and
23 digits for the number can be stored in the calls list. The number of new
calls received will be shown in the display along with the flashing ‘CLIP’
icon.
Displaying calls list entries
Opens the calls list at most recent
entry
Select an entry
or
Other messages that you may see in the display, if your telephone
network provider supports this service, are:
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WITHHELD
PRIVATE
The caller has withheld their number
or the information is not available
INTERNATIONA
The caller is dialling you whilst abroad
or may be using an internet telephony
service.
Storing calls list entries in the phone book
A phone number stored in the calls list can be stored directly to the phone
book
Opens the calls list at most recent
entry
Select an entry
or
,
or
,
Enter the name and confirm it
,
Edit the number and confirm it
Deleting calls list entries
Deleting a single calls list entry
Opens the calls list at most recent
entry
Select an entry
or
,
or
Delete?
Open the Options Menu, select ‘Delete’
,
Confirm the deletion or Cancel
or
Deleting all calls list entries
Opens the calls list at most recent
entry
PAYPHONE
The caller has dialled you from a
public payphone
or
OPERATOR
Call from a network operator
,
Select an entry
or
Delete All?,
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Open the Options Menu, select ‘Save
to PB’
,
Open the Options Menu, select ‘Delete
All’
,
or
Confirm the deletion or Cancel
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Using the Menu, Cordless Handset
9. Using the menu
Handset name
You can personalise your handset by naming it (max. 9 letters)
or
Open the Menu, select ‘HS NAME’
,
Delete the current name
Enter new name and confirm it
,
Date/Time
,
or
Open the Menu, select ‘DATE/TIME’
,
,
Enter the year and confirm
,
Enter the month and confirm
,
Enter the day and confirm
,
Enter the hours (24 hour clock) and
confirm
.
Enter the minutes and confirm
Handset Ringing melody
There are 9 different ringing melodies available.
,
or
MELODY 7
or
,
,
Handset Ringing volume
There are 5 ringing volume settings available and ‘OFF’
,
or
,
VOLUME 5
and
Open the Menu, select ‘HS RING VOL’
The current setting is shown
Select and confirm a ringing tone
volume or ‘OFF’
,
Base Ringing melody
There are 9 different ringing melodies available.
,
or
,
MELODY 7
or
Open the Menu, select ‘BS MELODY’
The current setting is shown
Select and confirm a ringing melody
,
Base Ringing volume
There are 5 ringing volume settings available and ‘OFF’
,
or
VOLUME 5
and
,
,
Open the Menu, select ‘BS RING VOL’
The current setting is shown
Select and confirm a ringing tone
volume
Open the Menu, select ‘HS MELODY’
The current setting is shown
Select and confirm a ringing melody
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Using the Menu, Cordless Handset
Boost Mem
With this feature set to ‘ON’ , if you use the
button, your handset will
remember and use your last Boost setting for each call.
,
or
,
OFF
or
Open the Menu, select ‘BOOST MEM’
The current setting is shown
Select and confirm ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’
,
Auto talk
With this feature set to ‘ON’, your handset will automatically answer the call
when you pick up the handset from the base. This is the default setting.
,
or
,
ON
Open the Menu, select ‘AUTO TALK’
The current setting is shown
or
Select and confirm ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’
,
Language
There are 5 languages available, English, German, French, Spanish and
Italian.
or
GERMAN
or
,
,
Open the Menu, select ‘LANGUAGE’
The current setting is shown
Select and confirm a language
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Phone Book, Cordless Handset
10. Phone Book
Fifty names and phone numbers can be stored in the phone book with a
maximum of 12 letters and 24 digits for each entry.
* Always enter the area dialling code with each phone book entry.
*The phone book entries are managed alphabetically.
To go quickly to a phone book entry, enter the first letter of the
corresponding entry.
Entering a name
The digit keys are also labelled with letters for the entry of the respective
letters. Pressing the respective key the necessary number of times enables
capital letters and digits to be entered.
Space
Delete
To enter the same letter twice, press the button to enter the letter.
Wait until the cursor moves forward one place. Enter the letter again.
Editing phone book entries
,
or
2 sec
Open the phone book
Select a phone book entry
Activate the editing process
Edit the name (max. 12 letters) and
confirm it
Edit the phone number (max. 24
digits) and confirm it
Deleting phone book entries
,
Open the phone book
or
Select a phone book entry
, DELETE?
Activate the deletion process
or
Confirm the deletion or Cancel
Creating phone book entries
2 sec
,
Opens add phone book entry mode
Enter the name (max. 12 letters) and
confirm it
Enter the phone number (max. 24
digits) and confirm it
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Calls List, Cordless Handset
11. Calls List
The Calls List on your telephone works together with the Caller number
display (CLIP1) service supplied by your telephony network provider. Please
contact your telephony network provider to arrange for subscription to this
service.
The number of the caller (or name if stored in the Phone Book) appears in
the display when the phone rings. If the caller has withheld their phone
number, a corresponding message appears in the display. The phone
number is not displayed and will not be stored in the calls list.
A total of 30 incoming calls, with a maximum of 12 letters for the name and
23 digits for the number can be stored in the calls list. The flashing
indicates new calls in the calls list.
Displaying calls list entries
Opens the calls list at most recent
entry
To display further information.
1x to 2x
Other messages you may see in the display are:
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Opens the calls list at most recent
entry
Select an entry
or
Open the phone book
,
Enter the name and confirm it
,
Edit the number and confirm it
Deleting calls list entries
Deleting a single calls list entry
Opens the calls list at most recent
entry
Select an entry
or
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Storing calls list entries in the phone book
A phone number stored in the calls list can be stored directly to the phone
book
WITHHELD
PRIVATE
The caller has withheld their number
or the information is not available
INTERNATIONA
The caller is dialling you whilst abroad
or may be using an internet telephony
service.
PAYPHONE
The caller has dialled you from a
public payphone
OPERATOR
Call from a network operator
or
Select an entry
, DELETE?
Activate the deletion process
or
Confirm or Cancel
Deleting all calls list entries
Opens the calls list at most recent
entry
2 sec
or
, DELETE ALL?
Activate the deletion process
Confirm or Cancel
CLIP: Calling Line Identification Presentation
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Using the Answering Machine
12. Answering Machine
Your answering machine can be ready for use within a few seconds of
plugging in the telephone line cord and switching on the mains power. Just
follow the steps in this section to set up and use your answering machine.
Switch on/off
Set the answer delay
or
or
Set the answer mode
To change the mode between ‘Answer
& Rec.’, ‘Answer Only’ or ‘Answer Off’
Record your outgoing message (OGM)
Your answering machine comes with a default outgoing message but you
can record your own personal OGM of up to 2 minutes long.
Record your message after the beep
Press to end your recording
Select ‘Answer Delay’
The current setting is shown
,
Select and confirm the number or
rings (1-9) or ‘Time Saver’.
Time saver: This feature can save you the cost of a call when you ring
in to listen to your messages from another phone. If your answering
machine answers after 2 rings you have new messages, if it answers after
5 rings then there are no new messages. Hang up after the 2nd ring and
you will not be charged for the call.
Switch the answering machine on
2 sec
,
3 rings
Switches the answering machine on
or off. The current answer mode is
announced.
2 sec
Open the answering machine menu
x2
Record a memo
You can use your answering machine to record memo messages for other
users to listen to later.
2 sec
Record your memo after the beep
Press to end your recording
Check your OGM
The current OGM is announced
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Using the Answering Machine
Listening to your messages/memos
Your messages/memos are played back in the order that they were received.
New messages are played before old messages. The time and date of each
recording is announced before each message is played back.
Play/Pause
Stop
Rewind
Fast forward
Delete a single message/memo
Play the message to be deleted
Delete the message
2 sec
Delete all messages/memos
Open the answering machine menu
x2
or
or
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,
, Delete All?
Select ‘Del All Msgs’
Confirm or cancel
Memory Full
Should your answering machine become full either during a recording
or after the memory has become full, ‘Answering Machine Full’ will be
announced and the Answer Mode will change automatically to ‘Answer
Only’. You wil need to delete some messages before any new messages can
be recorded.
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Using Remote Access
13. Remote Access
You can call your answering machine from any TouchtoneTM phone or
mobile phone whilst you are away from home to listen to your messages.
PIN Code for remote access
A 3-digit PIN code is required for remote access to your answering machine.
The default code is ‘000’ but for security reasons you should change this to
a code personal to you.
Changing the PIN code
Open the answering machine menu
x2
or
Select ‘PIN Code’
,
Enter the old PIN code and confirm it
Enter the new PIN code and confirm it
Call in to check your messages
Dial your own phone number
3x
,
Remote commands
Digit
Function
1
Rewind
2
Play/Pause
3
Fast Forward
4
1st OGM Playback (Answer & Record)
5
1st OGM Recording
6
Stop
7
Delete current message
8
Answer Off
9
Answer On
0
Delete all old messages
*
Skip announcement
#
Record a memo
Switch to remote access and enter
your 3 digit PIN code
If you enter your PIN code incorrectly 3 times, the answering machine will
hang up the call.
If you enter your PIN code correctly you can now remotely control your
answering machine by using the digits on the keypad.
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Private Branch Exchanges
14. Private Branch Exchanges
R button on private branch exchanges
If the telephone is connected to a private branch exchange, functions such
as transferring calls and automatic call back can be used via the R button.
Please refer to the operating manual supplied with your private branch
exchange to determine which recall (Flash) time must be set in order to
use these functions. The dealer where you purchased the exchange can
provide information as to whether the telephone will work properly with the
exchange.
Dialling pause
In the case of private branch exchanges, it is necessary to enter an access
code to get an outside line with its corresponding dialling tone. When using
some older private branch exchanges, it takes a little time before the dialling tone becomes available. Particularly in the case of such private branch
exchanges, it is possible to insert a dialling pause after the number for
the outside line so that the number can be dialled in a continuous process
without . . . . . . having to wait for the dialling tone.
Telephone base
Setting the Recall time, telephone base
Two recall timings are available. Short 100ms and Long 300ms.
,
or
or
,
Select ‘Recall’
,
Short
or
Open the Menu, select ‘Settings’
,
Cordless handset
2 sec
The current setting is shown
Select and confirm ‘Short’ or ‘Long’
,
Enter digit/s, Insert a dialling pause.
‘P’ is shown in the display.
Insert a dialling pause. ‘P’ is shown in
the display.
The pause can also be entered with the phone number in the phone book.
Setting the Recall time, cordless handset
Two recall timings are available. Short 100ms and Long 300ms.
,
or
SHORT
or
,
Open the Menu, select ‘RECALL’
The current setting is shown
,
Select and confirm ‘SHORT’ or ‘LONG’
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Private Branch Exchanges
R button and Supplementary services
Your telephone supports the supplementary services offered by your
telephone network provider, such as call brokering, call waiting and
conference calls. The supplementary services can be used in conjunction
with the R button. Please contact your telephone network provider with
regard to enabling the supplementary services and which recall time must
be used.
Dial mode, telephone base
Two dialling modes are available, Tone and Pulse. Only change this setting if
you are advised to do so by your private branch exchange dealer.
,
or
or
,
,
Select ‘Dial Mode’
Tone
or
Open the Menu, select ‘Settings’
The current setting is shown
Select and confirm ‘Tone’ or ‘Pulse’
,
Reset to default settings, telephone base
You can reset the telephone base to its original default settings.
Caution: The phone book, calls list, redial list and any
answering machine messages and memos are deleted when
you reset the telephone base.
,
or
Open the Menu, select ‘Reset’
,
Base Reset?,
Confirm or Cancel
or
Reset to default settings, cordless handset
You can reset your handset to its original default settings. The phone book,
calls and redial lists are not deleted when you reset the handset.
,
or
,
Open the Menu, select ‘RESET’
,
,
Enter the PIN code and confirm
Dial mode, cordless handset
Two dialling modes are available, Tone and Pulse. Only change this setting if
you are advised to do so by your private branch exchange dealer.
,
or
TONE
or
,
Open the Menu, select ‘DIAL MODE’
The current setting is shown
,
Select and confirm ‘TONE’ or ‘PULSE’
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If Problems Occur
15. If Problems Occur
Service Hotline
Should problems arise with the telephone, please refer to the following
information first. In the case of technical problems, you can also contact
our hotline service, tel. 0180 5 00 1388 (cost via Telekom at time of going
to print: 14 ct/min). In the case of claims under the terms of the guarantee,
contact your sales outlet. There is a 2 year period of guarantee.
Problem
Solution
No telephone calls possible
The telephone line is not connected
properly or is defective. Only use the
telephone connection cable supplied.
Test the telephone line/socket by using
another telephone
The power adaptor is not plugged
in/switched on or there is a complete
power failure.
Ensure that you are in range of the
base (300m outdoors and 50m
indoors in ideal conditions)
Connection is disturbed or cut off
Ensure that you are in range of the
base (300m outdoors and 50m
indoors in ideal conditions)
The base station is in an unsuitable
location
The handset switches itself off
Place the handset in the base station
to charge for 15 hours.
Replace the rechargeable batteries.
The system no longer responds or is
in an undefined state
Reset all the functions to their default
settings. See page 59.
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The caller number display (CLIP) does Check that you have this service on
your telephone line. Please call your
not function
network provider.
The caller has withheld their telephone
number
The handset does not ring
Check that the ringer is not set to off.
See pages 47 & 51.
Buzzing noise on radio, TV or
computer
We recommend that you leave a
distance of 1 metre from electrical
equipment and mobile phones.
The answering machine does not
record messages/memos
Check that the answering machine is
connected correctly and switched on.
Is the memory full? See page 56.
Remote access does not work
Check that the PIN is correct and that
you are using a touchtone phone. See
page 57.
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Technical Properties
16. Technical data
Feature
Value
Standard
DECT1 GAP2
Power supply (base station)
Input: 230VAC 50Hz 35mA
Output: 6VDC 500mA
Power supply (charging station)
Input: 230VAC 50Hz 30mA
Output: 7.5VDC 100mA
Range
Outdoors Approx 300m
Indoors Approx 50m
Standby
Up to 100 h
Max. talk time
Up to 10 h
Rechargeable batteries
AAA 1.2V 800mAh NiMH
Dialling mode
Tone (DTMF)
Pulse
Permissable ambient
temperature
0oC to 45oC
Permissable relative humidity
20% to 80%
Recall
100, 300 ms
DECT: Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication = Standard für cordless
telephones.
2 GAP: Generic Access Profile = Standard for the interoperation of handsets and
base stations from different manufacturers.
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Default settings
17. Default settings
Telephone base
The default settings can be restored via the menu. Refer to page 59 for the
sequence of menu option selections.
Cordless handset
The default settings can be restored via the menu. Refer to page 59 for the
sequence of menu option selections.
Language
German
Language
German
Handset name
BIGTEL
Answer mode
Answer and record
Ringer melody
7
PIN-Code for remote access
000
Ringer volume
5
Answer delay
3
Boost Memory
Off
Internal melody
9
Auto answer
On
External melody
8
Recall time
100 ms
Ringer volume
5
Dialling mode
Tone
Contrast
2
PIN-Code
0000
Boost memory
Off
Time format
24 Hour
Recall time
100 ms
Dialling mode
Tone
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Maintenance/Guarantee
18. Maintenance/Guarantee
Maintenance
•
Clean the product surfaces with a soft, fluff-free cloth
•
Never use cleaning agents or solvents
Guarantee
AUDIOLINE equipment is produced and tested according to the latest
production methods. The implementation of carefully chosen materials and
highly developed technologies ensure trouble-free functioning and a long
service life. The terms of the guarantee do not apply where the cause of the
equipment malfunction is the fault of the telephone network operator or any
interposed private branch extension system. The terms of guarantee do not apply to the rechargeable batteries or power packs used in the products.
The period of guarantee is 24 months from the date of purchase.
All deficiencies resulting from material of production faults which occur
during the period of guarantee will be eliminated free of charge. Rights to
claims under the terms of guarantee are annulled following intervention
by the purchaser or third parties. Damage caused as a result of improper
handling or operation, incorrect positioning or storing, improper connection
or installation, Acts of God or other external influence are not covered by the
terms of guarantee. In the case of complaints, we reserve the right to repair
or replace defect parts of provide a replacement device. Replacement parts
or devices become our property.
Rights to compensation in the case of damage are excluded where there is
no evidence or intent or gross negligence by the manufacturer.
If your equipment shows signs of defect during the period of guarantee,
please return it to the sales outlet in which you purchased the AUDIOLINE
equipment together with the purchase receipt. All rights to claims under the
termsof the guarantee in accordance with this agreement must be asserted
exclusively with regard to your sales outlet.
Two years after the purchase and transfer of our products, claims under the
terms of guarantee can no longer be . . . . asserted.
Declaration of Conformity
This device fulfils the requirements stipulated in the EU directive:
1999/5 EU directive on radio equipment and telecommunications terminal
equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity.
Conformity with the above mentioned directive is confirmed by the CE
symbol on the device.
To view the complete Declaration of Conformity, please refer to the free
download available on our website www.audioline.de.
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Index
19. Index
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A
Adjusting the handsfree volume, 44
Adjusting the receiver volume, 44
Auto talk, 52
B
Base ringing melody, 51
Base ringing volume, 51
Boost mem, 47 & 52
Boosting the receiver volume, 43
C
Calling back missed calls, 42
Call in to check your messages, 57
Calls list, 50 & 54
Chain dialling, 43
Changing the PIN code, 57
Charging the batteries, 36
Check the contents of the package, 36
Conference calls, 45
Connecting the telephone base, 36
Connecting the charger base, 36
D
Date/time, 48 & 51
Declaration of Conformity, 63
Default settings, 62
Delete a message/memo, 56
Deleting calls list entries, 50 & 54
Deleting all calls list entries, 50 & 54
Deleting phone book entries, 49 & 53
Dialling phone numbers from the phone
book, 43
Dialling pause, 58
Dial mode, 59
Displaying calls list entries, 50 & 54
E
Editing phone book entries, 49 & 53
End a call, 44
Entering a name, 49 & 53
G
Guarantee, 63
H
Handset deregistration, 44
Handset name, 49
Handset registration, 45
Handset ringing melody, 51
Handset ringing volume, 51
Handsfree, 43
I
If problems occur, 60
Inserting the batteries, 36
K
Keylock, 44
L
Language, 47
Listening to your messages, 56
M
Maintenance, 63
Making a call, 42
Making internal calls, 45
Memory full, 56
Muting the microphone, 44
N
Navigating in the menu, 40
O
Operating the telephone, 39
P
Phone book, 49 & 53
Power fail, 46
Private branch exchanges, 58
Q
Quickdial, 41
R
R button and supplementary services, 59
R button on private branch
exchanges, 58
Record a memo, 55
Record your outgoing message, 55
Redial, 42
Remote commands, 57
Reset to default settings, 59
Ringer on/off, 47 & 51
S
Safety information, 35
Set the answer delay, 55
Set the answer mode, 55
Setting the recall time, 58
Starting up, 36
Storing a quickdial entry, 41
Storing calls list entries in the
phone book, 50 & 54
T
Take a call, 42
Talk time display, 44
Technical properties, 61
Telephoning, 42
Time format, 48
Tone, telephone base only, 44
Transferring external calls internally, 45
U
Using remote access, 57
Using the answeringmachine, 55
Using the menu, 47 & 51
Y
Your BigTel 180 combo, 37
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