Amplicom PowerTel 680 User guide

PowerTel
680
User Guide
At a glance
At a glance
Corded phone base
1
Cordless handset and charger base
19 18 17 16 15 14
1 Menu/OK
2 Play/Pause
3 Stop
2
4 Mute/
Delete
3
5 Equaliser
4
13
6 35dB Boost
(under
handset)
5
6
12
7 Volume up
7
11
8 Volume
10
8
9
down
9 Keypad
10 Handsfree
11 Headset
12 Find handset/
13 Quick dial
memories/
User profiles
1
12
2
14 Phonebook
3
15 Fast forward/
4
Memo
16 Up/Redial/
5
Pause
6
17 Incoming
7
call light/
New
messages
received
18 Down/Calls
list/Recall
19 Rewind/
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call light
12 Volume
14
2 Memory 1
13 Memory 2
15
3 35dB Boost
14 Up/Redial
16
4 Display
15 Headset socket
17
5 Enter Menu/
18
19
8
20
9
21
10
Mute/Delete
6 Internal call
7 External call/
Handsfree
8 /Ringer on/off
9 Pause
(long press 0)
10 Microphone
11 Charging
OGM
Intercom/
Registration
1 Incoming
up/down
(Headset not
included)
16 Phonebook/
Save/OK
17 Recall
18 End call
19 Down/Calls list/
Equaliser
20 Keypad
21 #/Keylock
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At a glance
At a glance
Corded phone base
1
Cordless handset and charger base
19 18 17 16 15 14
1 Menu/OK
2 Play/Pause
3 Stop
2
4 Mute/
Delete
3
5 Equaliser
4
13
6 35dB Boost
(under
handset)
5
6
12
7 Volume up
7
11
8 Volume
10
8
9
down
9 Keypad
10 Handsfree
11 Headset
12 Find handset/
13 Quick dial
memories/
User profiles
1
12
2
14 Phonebook
3
15 Fast forward/
4
Memo
16 Up/Redial/
5
Pause
6
17 Incoming
7
call light/
New
messages
received
18 Down/Calls
list/Recall
19 Rewind/
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call light
12 Volume
14
2 Memory 1
13 Memory 2
15
3 35dB Boost
14 Up/Redial
16
4 Display
15 Headset socket
17
5 Enter Menu/
18
19
8
20
9
21
10
Mute/Delete
6 Internal call
7 External call/
Handsfree
8 /Ringer on/off
9 Pause
(long press 0)
10 Microphone
11 Charging
OGM
Intercom/
Registration
1 Incoming
up/down
(Headset not
included)
16 Phonebook/
Save/OK
17 Recall
18 End call
19 Down/Calls list/
Equaliser
20 Keypad
21 #/Keylock
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At a glance
Wrist shaker
1 Emergency button
2
1
Note: Can only be
used with the
PowerTel 680 telephone
8
3
2 Battery charging red light
4
3 Power on/off
4 Wrist strap
5 Registration mode/
Out of range/Low battery
2 colour green or red light
6 Charging contacts
5
6
7
7 Charging unit
8 Incoming call green light
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Contents
Getting started..................................... 9
Check box contents............................ 10
Redial a number using your
corded phone base............................. 25
Set up your phone system
in four simple steps........................... 11
Connecting and charging your
wrist shaker........................................ 13
Redial a number using your
cordless handset................................. 26
Corded phone base display
icons explained................................... 17
Dial a number using the
quick dial buttons............................... 27
Cordless handset display
icons explained................................... 18
Phone menu guide............................. 20
How to use your phone
menu display....................................... 20
Making and receiving calls................ 23
Make a call using your
corded phone...................................... 24
Make a call using your
cordless handset................................. 24
End a call............................................. 24
Take a call............................................ 25
Call back a previous caller................. 26
Dial a number in your phone book.... 27
Adjust the corded phone
earpiece volume................................. 28
Adjust the cordless handset
earpiece volume................................. 28
Boost the handset earpiece volume.. 28
Handsfree feature............................... 28
Use handsfree calling on your
corded phone...................................... 29
Use handsfree calling on your
cordless handset................................. 29
Adjust the tone on the corded
phone base only................................. 29
See call length..................................... 30
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Use a headset (not included)
with the corded phone....................... 30
To deregister a handset using the
base corded phone.............................34
Use a headset (not included)
with the cordless phone..................... 30
To deregister a handset using
the cordless phone.............................34
Mute..................................................... 30
Power failure – what to do................. 35
Mute the microphone on the
corded phone...................................... 30
Using your menu – corded phone.... 37
Mute the microphone on the
cordless handset................................. 30
User Profiles........................................ 38
Switch the cordless handset ringer
on and off only.................................... 31
Change a profile’s handset volume... 39
Lock and unlock the cordless
handset keypad................................... 31
Make an internal call........................... 31
Transfer an external call internally.... 32
Make a conference call using
the corded phone................................ 32
Make a conference call using
the cordless handset.......................... 33
Register a handset.............................. 33
Deregister a handset..........................34
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Priority/Default Setting....................... 38
Change the profile name.................... 38
Change a profile’s boost setting........40
Change a profile’s tone
(‘equaliser’) setting.............................40
Choosing which profile to use........... 41
Change ringer melody........................ 42
Change ringer volume........................ 42
Switch key tone on or off...................43
Change display contrast.....................43
Change display language...................44
Remember boost................................44
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Read number.......................................45
Store a quickdial name and number.53
Change to upper or lower case.........45
Edit a quick dial entry.........................54
Change System PIN............................46
Delete a quick dial entry.....................54
Change date/time................................46
Using your calls list –
corded phone...................................... 55
Change clock hours to 12- or 24-hour
format display..................................... 47
Reset to default settings.................... 47
Using your phone book –
corded phone...................................... 48
How to use the keypad when
using your phone book......................48
Enter a name and number in
your phone book.................................49
Store numbers from your calls list
to the phonebook or quick dial
memory (M1, M2, M3)........................ 56
Delete a single calls list entry............ 56
Delete all calls list entries................... 57
Using your menu –
cordless handset................................ 59
Priority/Default Setting....................... 60
Edit a phone book entry.....................49
User Profiles........................................ 60
Delete a phone book entry................. 50
Change a profile name....................... 60
Delete all phone book entries............ 51
Change a profile’s handset volume... 61
Copy phone book entries to
another handset.................................. 51
Change a profile’s boost setting........ 61
Using your quick dial memory –
corded phone...................................... 53
Change a profile’s tone
(‘equaliser’) setting............................. 62
Copy a profile......................................63
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Choosing which profile to use...........63
Base Settings...................................... 73
Change the handset ringer melody...64
Change base ringer melody............... 73
Change the handset ringer volume... 65
Change base ringer volume............... 73
Change the tone (‘equaliser’) setting.65
Using your phone book –
cordless handset................................ 74
Remember boost................................ 66
Change handset name....................... 66
Switch key pad beep on or off........... 67
Change contrast.................................. 67
Switch auto talk on or off...................68
Change backlight timer......................68
Switch confirmation beep on or off.. 69
Select base.......................................... 69
Change language................................ 70
Change system PIN code................... 70
How to use the keypad when
using your phone book...................... 74
Enter a name and number in
your phone book................................. 75
Edit a phone book entry..................... 75
Delete a phone book entry or
all entries............................................. 76
Copy phone book entries to
another handset.................................. 77
Change date/time................................ 71
Using your quick dial memory
buttons – cordless phone.................. 78
Change clock hours to
12 or 24 hour format........................... 71
Store a quick dial name and number.78
Set alarm............................................. 72
Delete a quick dial entry..................... 79
Switch night light on or off................ 72
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Edit a quick dial entry......................... 78
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Using your calls list –
cordless handset................................ 80
Listen to messages or memos
using your cordless handset..............88
Store numbers from your calls
list to the phonebook.......................... 81
Memory full......................................... 89
Delete a single calls list entry............ 81
Remote access to your answering
machine............................................... 89
Delete all calls list entries................... 82
Change PIN.......................................... 89
Using your answering machine........ 83
Call in to check messages..................90
Switch answering machine
on or off...............................................84
Using your wrist shaker.................... 91
Set the answering
machine language..............................84
Switch off............................................ 92
Switch on............................................. 92
Set answer mode................................84
Make sure your wrist shaker
is in range............................................ 93
Record your outgoing message........ 85
Battery low.......................................... 93
Set answer delay................................ 86
Incoming calls..................................... 93
Record a memo................................... 87
Emergency call....................................94
Listen to messages or memos
using the corded phone..................... 87
Storing emergency numbers
in the telephone..................................94
Delete a single message or memo....88
SOS message...................................... 96
Delete all messages and memos.......88
Record a personal SOS message...... 96
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Listen to your personal
SOS message...................................... 97
To reset to default settings on
your corded phone........................... 105
Delete your personal SOS message.98
Activating an emergency call............ 98
To reset to default settings on
your cordless handset...................... 105
To activate an emergency call........... 99
Help and support.............................. 107
To cancel an emergency call.............. 99
General information..........................111
Register your wrist shaker............... 100
Safety information.............................112
Use on a private branch exchange.101
Disposal............................................. 114
To set recall time using
the corded phone.............................. 102
Technical details............................... 115
Default settings................................. 116
To set recall time using the
cordless handset............................... 102
Maintenance and guarantee............ 118
Insert a dialling pause...................... 103
Index.................................................. 120
Declaration of Conformity............... 119
Using additional services................. 103
Set dial mode.................................... 104
To change dial mode using
the corded phone.............................. 104
To change dial mode using the
cordless handset............................... 104
Reset to default settings.................. 105
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Getting started
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Getting started
Getting started
Important: please make sure you’ve read the safety information on page 112
before you set up your phone system.
Check box contents
You should have:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
1 corded phone base (includes handset and answering machine base)
1 cordless handset
1 battery cover
1 charger base (for cordless handset)
2 power adapters (one’s already attached to your charger base)
1 telephone cable
2 rechargeable AAA 1.2V 800mAh NiMH batteries
1 wrist shaker with a wrist strap attached
1 charger unit for the wrist shaker (with power adapter plug attached)
Important: use only the power adapters, telephone line cord and batteries
supplied with your PowerTel 680 otherwise your phone may not work.
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Set up your phone system in four simple steps
1 Connect your corded phone base
i. Plug the power adapter (the one with nothing attached to it) into the back of
your corded phone base and the other end into the mains power wall socket
and switch on.
ii. Plug the telephone cable into the back of your corded phone base and the
other end into the phone wall socket.
iii.Plug one end of the handset cable into the handset and the other end into
the side of the base.
Mains power
wall socket
Telephone
wall socket
1
2
Important: use only the power adapters, telephone line cord and batteries
supplied with your PowerTel 680 otherwise your phone may not work.
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2 Connect your charger base
Plug the other power adapter that’s already attached to your charger base into
your mains power wall socket and switch the power on.
3 Install your batteries
i. Insert your two rechargeable batteries into your handset. Make sure they’re
the right way round so ‘+’ lines up with ‘+’.
ii. Replace your handset’s battery compartment cover.
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4 Charge your cordless handset
So it can charge fully, place your handset on its charger base for at least 15
hours (make sure the power socket is switched on!).
Important: only use the rechargeable 800mAh NiMH batteries supplied. Over
time if you need to replace the batteries make sure they are of the same
type as those supplied. Never use Alkaline batteries.
Private exchanges: if your phone is going to use a private exchange
(for example, if you have to dial ‘9’ to get an outside line, please follow
the steps on page 103).
Connecting and charging your wrist shaker
Important: use only the power adapter supplied otherwise your wrist shaker
may not work.
1 Position your charger unit
Make sure your charger unit:
• is on a dry, flat and stable surface
• isn’t a trip hazard with its power cable
• is at least one metre from other electrical appliances
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2 Plug in the charger unit
Plug your charger unit into your power supply. And switch on at the socket.
3 Place the wrist shaker in the charger unit
When you place your wrist shaker on its charger unit, make sure its two
connection points are facing down into the unit. You’ll know your wrist shaker
is charging properly when you see a red light on it.
So it can charge fully, your wrist shaker needs to charge for at least 10 hours
before you can use it. (make sure the power socket is switched on!).
Mains power
wall socket
Note: when fully charged, your wrist shaker’s battery should last five days.
The larger red light will flash slowly when the battery is low and you will
need to charge it for about another ten hours.
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4 Switch your wrist shaker on
Press and hold the
button for about five seconds. You’ll see the green light
with the warning triangle come on.
Note: if the light flashes green then red it means your wrist shaker
either isn’t registered or is out of range. Move closer to your PowerTel
telephone to ensure you are within range. If the light still flashes, see page
100 for registration instructions.
Power on/off button
To switch your wrist shaker off, press and hold the
seconds. The green light will go off.
button for about five
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5 Turn on SOS Motor feature
You need to turn on the SOS Motor feature on your telephone for your wrist
shaker to vibrate when you receive an incoming call.
i. At the corded phone base, press the left hand button under the
display
ii. Press
.
on the large central round button to scroll to SOS Motor and
button again.
press the
iii.Use the
or
buttons to scroll to On and press the
button
again. Saved is displayed.
Wrist strap
The wrist strap comes pre-attached to the wrist shaker but if you need
to re-attach or adjust it please follow these instructions:
Thread the wrist strap through the slot on one side of the wrist shaker (front
to back), around the back and then through the other slot (back to front), just
like you would with a wrist watch.
You can now wear your wrist shaker and tighten comfortably with the
velcro fastening.
Your telephones and wrist shaker are now ready for use!
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Corded phone base display icons explained
The following icons appear in your corded base display to indicate:
Phone book mode
Ringer off
Handsfree mode
Call in progress
Boost receiver volume is on (Icon will flash)
Handset microphone is muted
You have new calls
Internal call in progress
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Cordless handset display icons explained
The following icons appear in your cordless handset display to indicate:
Menu
Confirm / OK
Phone book mode
There is more information to view on the left
There is more information to view on the right
Battery status
Ringer off
Keylock is on
Handsfree mode
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Call in progress
Boost receiver volume is on (Icon will flash)
Handset microphone is muted
You have new calls
Answering machine is on
Answering machine is off
When steady, the handset is in range of the phone base
When flashing, the handset is out of range of the phone base
Internal call in progress
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Phone menu guide
Use this section to find your way around the menu displays on both of
your phones.
How to use your phone menu display
When you’ve set up your phones and everything’s connected, use your menu
display to do things with your phone – from making and receiving calls to
setting up user profiles and saving phone numbers.
Basic guide
Open main menu: press
(corded phone) or
(cordless handset).
Browse sub menu: open your main menu and then press
Select sub menu item: scroll using
looking for is highlighted and then press
or
or
.
until the item you’re
(corded phone) or
(cordless handset).
Browse a function: open your sub menu and then press
20
or
.
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Select a function: scroll using
or
until the function you’re looking for
is highlighted and then press
(corded phone) or
(cordless handset).
Enter digits or letters: use your keypad.
Confirm or save an entry or action: press
(corded phone) or
(cordless handset).
Cancel and return to standby: press
(corded phone) or
(cordless handset).
Note: if you don’t do anything, you phone will automatically go on standby
after 20 seconds.
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Making and
receiving calls
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Making and receiving calls
Making and receiving calls
Make a call using your corded phone
As you enter each number to be dialled it will be announced to you. For this
feature to work you must have the Read number feature set to On, see page 45.
1. Enter the number you wish to call using your base keypad.
2. If you make a mistake, press
to delete the last digit.
3. Dial the number by picking up the handset or pressing
.
4. End your call by putting the handset back in its cradle.
Make a call using your cordless handset
1. Enter the number you wish to call using your handset’s keypad.
to delete it.
2. If you make a mistake, press
.
3. Dial the number by pressing
4. End your call by pressing
.
End a call
Simply put the handset in its base cradle if you’re using your corded phone or
press
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on the cordless handset.
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Making and receiving calls
Take a call
Simply lift the handset or press
if you’re using the corded phone or press
on the cordless handset.
Redial a number using your corded phone base
Your corded phone stores the last five numbers you’ve dialled
(max. 24 digits each).
1. Open the redial list by pressing
2. Scroll through the redial list using the
.
or
buttons until the
number you wish to redial is highlighted. To dial the number simply lift the
handset or press
to dial in handsfree mode.
Note: each phone number will be announced as you scroll through the
redial list provided the Read Number feature is enabled. See page 45,
“Read number” for details.
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Making and receiving calls
Redial a number using your cordless handset
Your cordless handset stores the last ten numbers you’ve dialled
(max. 24 digits each).
1. Open the redial list by pressing
2. Scroll through the redial list using
.
or
until the number you wish to
to dial the number.
redial is highlighted and then press
Call back a previous caller
Your phone stores the last 30 incoming calls.
1. Open the incoming calls list by pressing
(corded phone) or
(cordless phone).
2. Scroll to find the number you want to call back using
lift your corded handset or press
or
then
on the cordless handset.
Note: each phone number will be announced as you scroll through
the incoming calls list provided the Read Number feature is enabled.
See page 45, “Read number” for details.
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Making and receiving calls
Dial a number in your phone book
To store a phone number in your phone book, see page 49 (corded phone) or
page 75 (cordless handset).
1. Open your phone book by pressing
(cordless handset) or
(corded phone).
2. Scroll to find your number using
press
or
then lift your handset or
on the cordless handset.
Note: each phone number will be announced as you scroll through your
phone book provided the Read Number feature is enabled. See page 45,
“Read number” for details.
Dial a number using the quick dial buttons
To store phone numbers under your quick dial memory buttons, see page 53
(corded phone) or page 78 (cordless handset).
1. Choose your quick dial number by pressing
phone or
or
,
or
on the corded
on the cordless handset.
2. Lift your corded phone handset or press
on the cordless handset.
Note: the quick dial number you’ve selected will be announced when you
press the quick dial button provided the Read Number feature is enabled.
See page 45, “Read number” for details.
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Making and receiving calls
Adjust the corded phone earpiece volume
Your handset earpiece volume is louder than a standard phone. But you can still
increase or decrease the volume to suit you.
To adjust the volume while you’re making a call, press
or
.
Adjust the cordless handset earpiece volume
Your handset earpiece volume is louder than a standard phone. But you can still
increase or decrease the volume to suit you.
To adjust the volume while you’re making a call, push the button on the side of
the handset up or down.
Boost the handset earpiece volume
To boost the handset earpiece volume while you’re making a call, press
(cordless phone) or
(corded phone). An image of an ear will flash in the
display to show that boost is on.
Handsfree feature
Use the handsfree feature to talk to your caller without holding the handset or
to let other people in the room listen to the conversation.
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Making and receiving calls
Use handsfree calling on your corded phone
To switch handsfree mode on and off, simply press
To adjust handsfree volume, press
or
.
(there are 5 levels).
Use handsfree calling on your cordless handset
1. Switch on handsfree mode by pressing the
2. Exit handsfree mode by pressing
key twice.
.
3. To adjust the handsfree volume, use the switch on the right of the handset or
the
or
buttons.
Note: you can’t boost volume using
when using handsfree calling.
Adjust the tone on the corded phone base only
To adjust the tone while you’re making a call, press
or
then use the
buttons until it’s right for you.
Note: adjusting the tone can affect volume level – you may need to adjust
the volume level after you’ve adjusted the tone.
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Making and receiving calls
See call length
You can see call time on your display.
Use a headset (not included) with the corded phone
Simply plug your headset into the headset socket marked
base and press the
on the back of the
button.
Use a headset (not included) with the cordless handset
Simply plug your headset into the headset socket marked
on the right side of
the handset.
Mute
During a call you can mute the microphone so your caller cannot hear you.
Mute the microphone on the corded phone
To switch off the microphone, simply press
To switch it on again, simply press
. Mute will be displayed.
again. The display will show Unmute.
Mute the microphone on the cordless handset
To switch off the microphone, simply press
To switch it on again, simply press
30
. Mute On will be displayed.
again. The display will show Off.
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Making and receiving calls
Switch the cordless handset ringer on and off only
To switch the ringer on and off, simply press and hold
of seconds.
for a couple
Lock and unlock the cordless handset keypad
You can still answer calls as usual when your keypad is locked.
To lock the keypad, press and hold
for 2 seconds. The
be displayed. To unlock, press and release
and release
icon will
then immediately, press
.
Make an internal call
Your corded phone base has an internal call number HSO, and your cordless
handset HS1. You can make internal calls between the two handsets. These
calls are free of charge.
1. Press and hold
(corded phone) or
(cordless handset).
The display will show Handset? Enter the internal call number of the
handset you want to call, e.g. 1 (to call the cordless phone) or 0 (to call the
corded phone).
2. To accept the call on the receiving handset, press
.
3. End your call by putting the handset in its base cradle or pressing
on the
cordless handset.
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Making and receiving calls
Transfer an external call internally
1. During your external call, press and hold either
(corded phone) or
(cordless handset) until a short beep is heard, then enter the internal
call number of the handset you want to transfer the call to e.g. 1 (to call the
cordless phone) or 0 (to call the corded phone).
2. To accept the call on the receiving handset, press
.
N
Note: if no one picks up the call you’re trying to transfer, you can take the
call back on your phone by pressing
or
.
I NT
Make a conference call using the corded phone
It’s easy to hold a conference call between one external and two
internal callers.
1. During your external call, press and hold
until a short beep is heard, then
enter the internal call number of the handset you want to transfer the call to
e.g. 1 (to call cordless Handset 1).
.
2. To accept the call on the receiveing handset, press
3. Once the call has been received on the other handset that you’ve dialled,
activate your conference call by pressing and holding
4. You can put the external call on hold by pressing
for 2 seconds.
.
5. The conference call will end when you put the handset back in its cradle.
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Making and receiving calls
Make a conference call using the cordless handset
1. During your external call, press and hold
until a short beep is heard,
then enter the internal call number of the handset you want to transfer the
call to e.g. 2 (to call cordless Handset 2 – if you have more than one cordless
handset on the system) or 0 (to call the corded phone).
2. To accept the call on the receiving handset, press
.
3. Once the call has been received on the other handset that you’ve dialled, activate
your conference call by pressing
and then releasing the
4. You can put the external call on hold by pressing
5. The conference call will end when you press
button.
.
.
Register a handset
You only need to register a handset if it has become de-registered from the
base or if you’ve purchased a new handset separately.
Important: make sure any handset you’re registering is fully charged before
you try to register it.
At the cordless handset:
1. Press and hold
hold Page key.
for approx 10 seconds until the display shows Press and
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At the base:
2. Press and hold
for at least 10 seconds until the display shows Register.
Deregister a handset
You may need to deregister a handset if you’ve too many registered on your
phone system, or if the handset develops a fault and needs to be replaced.
To deregister a handset using the base corded phone
1. Open your menu by pressing
, then scroll using
until
.
you highlight Remove HS and press
2. Enter the PIN code and press
or
.
.
3. Enter the handset’s internal number (e.g. 1) and press
To deregister a handset using the cordless phone
1. Open your menu by pressing
you highlight Handset and press
2. Scroll using
Then scroll
or
, then scroll using
or
.
until you highlight Registration, and press
to highlight De-register and press
3. Enter the PIN code (default PIN 0000) and press
.
.
.
4. Enter the handset’s internal number (e.g. 1) and press
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to confirm.
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Making and receiving calls
Power failure – what to do
If your mains power fails, you can still use your corded phone to make and
receive calls – though the incoming call light won’t work, your caller’s details
won’t be stored, and the display will only show when you lift the handset.
You can still also:
•
•
•
•
View and dial numbers using your phone book or the
Dial out using Recall (Flash) and pause
Adjust the earpiece volume
Mute the microphone
,
and
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corded phone
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Using your menu – corded phone
For information on your answering machine, please go to page 83.
For information on your phone book, please go to page 48.
Priority/Default Setting
If you are the main user of this telephone you should change the settings in
the menu so that they are just right for you. These settings will be memorised
automatically whenever you wish to make or answer a call.
The user profile feature can be used by others in the household whose
preferences for volume, boost and equaliser will also be memorised and
applied as indicated below.
User Profiles
You can store 3 different user profiles, each with different settings for the
‘Volume’, ‘Boost’ and ‘Equaliser’ features. You can also personalise each Profile
by naming it (Max 10 letters).
Change the profile name
1. Open your menu by pressing
you highlight Profile and press
2. Scroll using
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or
, then scroll using
or
until
.
until you highlight Profile 1, 2 or 3 and press
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3. Scroll using
or
until you highlight Name and press
.
.
4. Delete the current name by pressing
5. Enter a new name (up to ten letters) and press
.
Change a profile’s handset volume
You have a choice of five volume levels.
1. Open your menu by pressing
you highlight Profile and press
2. Scroll using
press
3. Scroll using
, then scroll using
or
until
.
or
until you highlight Profile 1, 2 or 3 and
or
until you highlight Volume and press
.
.
4. You’ll see the current volume level (e.g. 4).
5. Change the volume level using
or
and press
.
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Change a profile’s boost setting
1. Open your menu by pressing
you highlight Profile and press
2. Scroll using
, then scroll using
or
until
.
or
until you highlight Profile 1, 2 or 3 and
or
until you highlight Boost and press
.
press
3. Scroll using
.
4. You’ll see the current boost setting (i.e. On or Off).
5. Change the boost setting using
or
and press
.
Change a profile’s tone (‘equaliser’) setting
1. Open your menu by pressing
you highlight Profile and press
2. Scroll using
press
3. Scroll using
, then scroll using
or
until
.
or
until you highlight Profile 1, 2 or 3 and
or
until you highlight Equaliser and press
.
.
4. You’ll see the current tone setting.
5. Change the tone setting using
40
or
and press
.
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Note: when you finish changing any profile settings, press
base back to standby.
to put the
Choosing which profile to use
You need to use a handset to choose a profile to use for a call – you can’t
choose a profile using handsfree.
,
or
– depending on
Before you answer an incoming call, press
which profile you want to use. The display will confirm your choice.
When you want to make a call and before you dial the number, press and hold
,
or
– depending on which profile you want to use. The display will
confirm your choice.
Note: once you’ve selected a profile to use when making a call, you have
about 30 seconds to dial the call under that profile before the system will
return to its default settings.
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Change ringer melody
You have a choice of ten ringer melodies.
1. Open your menu by pressing
you highlight Ringer Tone and press
, then scroll using
or
until
.
2. Choose whether you want to use this melody for external or internal calls
or
by scrolling
and press
to highlight either EXT Melody or INT Melody,
.
3. You’ll see the current settings (i.e. Melody 8).
4. Scroll using
or
until you highlight the ringer tone you want to
.
use and press
Change ringer volume
You have a choice of five volume levels plus Off.
1. Open your menu by pressing
you highlight Ringer Tone and press
2. Scroll using
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or
, then scroll using
or
until
.
until you highlight Volume and press
.
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3. You’ll see the current volume level (e.g. Ring Vol 5).
4. Change the ringer volume using
or
and press
.
Switch key tone on or off
This is the tone you hear when you press a button.
1. Open your menu by pressing
, then scroll using
or
until
.
you highlight Key Tone and press
2. You’ll see the current key tone setting (i.e. On or Off).
or
3. Change the key tone on or off using
and press
.
Change display contrast
You have a choice of five screen contrast levels.
1. Open your menu by pressing
you highlight Display and press
2. Scroll using
or
, then scroll using
or
until
.
until you highlight Contrast and press
.
3. You’ll see the current contrast setting (e.g. 4).
4. Change the contrast setting using
or
and press
.
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Change display language
You have a choice of five languages to use on your handsets: English, German,
French, Spanish and Italian.
1. Open your menu by pressing
you highlight Display and press
2. Scroll using
or
, then scroll using
or
until
.
until you highlight Language and press
.
3. You’ll see the current language setting (e.g. English).
or
4. Change the language setting using
and press
.
Remember boost
When this feature is set to On and you use the
button, the handset you’re
using will remember and use your last boost setting for each of your calls.
1. Open your menu by pressing
you highlight Settings and press
2. Scroll using
or
, then scroll using
or
until
.
until you highlight Boost Mem and press
.
3. You’ll see the current boost memory setting (e.g. Off).
4. Change the boost memory setting using
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or
and press
.
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Read number
When this feature is set to On: as you enter each number or press a quickdial
button to make a call, or when you scroll through your phonebook entries, your
redial list or calls list (if you subscribe to a Caller Display/Caller ID service) the
telephone numbers will be announced to you. A quarterly fee may be payable for
Caller Display/Caller ID, see page 55 for further information.
1. Open your menu by pressing
, then scroll using
or
until
.
you highlight Settings and press
2. Scroll using
or
until you highlight Read number and press
.
3. You’ll see the current read number setting (e.g. On).
or
4. Change the read number setting using
and press
.
Change to upper or lower case
1. Open your menu by pressing
, then scroll using
or
until
.
you highlight Settings and press
2. Scroll using
or
until you highlight Change case and press
.
3. You’ll see the case setting (e.g. ABC).
4. Change the case setting using
or
and press
.
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For information on recall, please go to page 102.
Change System PIN
1. Open your menu by pressing
, then scroll using
or
until
.
you highlight Settings and press
2. Scroll using
or
until you highlight System PIN and press
3. Enter your old PIN and press
4. Enter your new PIN and press
.
.
.
Change date/time
1. Open your menu by pressing
you highlight Time and press
2. Scroll using
or
, then scroll using
until
.
until you highlight Date & Time and press
3. Enter the day, month and year and press
.
4. Enter the hours (your handset has a 24-hour clock) and press
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or
.
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Note: it’s also possible to use the
and forward to make changes.
and
keys to move backward
Change clock hours to 12- or 24-hour format display
1. Open your menu by pressing
you highlight Time and press
2. Scroll using
or
, then scroll using
until
or
.
until you highlight Format and press
.
3. You’ll see the current time format setting (e.g. 24 hour).
4. Change the time format using
or
and press
.
Reset to default settings
You can easily reset your handset to its default settings.
Note: Your phone book, calls and redial lists and any answering machine
messages will be deleted if you do this.
1. Open your menu by pressing
you highlight Reset and press
, then scroll using
or
until
.
2. You’ll see Base Reset? displayed, press
to confirm or
to cancel.
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Using your phone book – corded phone
Using your phone book – corded phone
You can store, alphabetically, up to 200 names and their phone numbers in your
phone book. To quickly find a phone book entry, simply enter the first letter of
the name you’ve stored.
Note: each phone book entry allows for up to 16 letters for any name and up
to 24 digits for any phone number.
Important: please remember to also enter the area code for each phone
number you enter in your phone book
How to use the keypad when using your phone book
You’ll see that the keys on your keypad have letters as well as numbers. If you
press a chosen key a number of times it’ll show you all the numbers and letters
it represents.
Here are some keys you may find useful when entering names and phone
numbers in your phone book:
• press
for a space
• press
to delete a number or letter you’ve entered
• press
or
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for certain special characters
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Note: to enter the same letter twice, simply enter the letter and then
wait until the cursor moves to after the letter you’ve entered, before
entering it again.
Enter a name and number in your phone book
1. Press and hold
for about 2 seconds until the display shows Enter
Name and a flashing cursor.
2. Enter the name you want to store using the keypad and press
3. Enter the phone number you want to store and press
or
4. Scroll using
.
.
to choose a ringer melody for this name and number
. The display will show Saved.
and press
Edit a phone book entry
1. Press
2. Scroll using
.
or
to find the entry you want to edit.
and then scroll using
3. Open options by pressing
highlight Edit and press
or
until you
.
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4. Edit the name using
or
to move the cursor and enter the new
.
letters and press
or
5. Edit the phone number using
the new digits and press
or
6. Scroll using
to move the cursor and enter
.
to choose a ringer melody for this name and number
. The display will show Saved.
and press
Delete a phone book entry
1. Press
.
2. Scroll using
or
to find the entry you want to delete.
3. Open options by pressing
highlight Delete and press
and then scroll using
or
until you
.
4. You’ll see Delete? on your display. Press
to confirm the deletion or
to cancel.
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Delete all phone book entries
1. Press
.
2. Open options by pressing
highlight Delete All and press
and then scroll using
until you
.
3. You’ll see Delete All? on your display. Press
or
or
to confirm the deletion
to cancel.
Copy phone book entries to another handset
Note: you can only copy the phone book to another handset if that handset
is registered on your phone system. See page 33.
It’s easy to copy:
• a single entry (Copy entry)
• entries not already on the handset you’re copying to (Copy append)
• all entries (Copy all)
Important: when you copy all entries to a handset, all existing entries will
be deleted.
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1. Press
.
2. Scroll using
or
and press
.
3. Scroll using
or
and press
.
to find the entry or entries you want to copy
to select either Copy entry, Copy append or Copy all
4. Select the handset you want to copy to (e.g. HS2) by pressing
and press
.
5. Pick up the handset you’re copying entries to and press
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or
.
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Using your quick dial memory – corded phone
Using your quick dial memory – corded phone
You can store a name (max. 16 characters) and telephone number
,
(max. 24 digits) under each of the quick dial memory buttons:
and
.
Store a quickdial name and number
1. Choose the quick dial button under which you want to store a name and
number by pressing either
2. Press
,
and
.
twice.
3. Enter the name you want to store using the keypad and press
4. Enter the phone number you want to store and press
5. Scroll
and press
or
.
.
to choose a ringer melody for this name and number
. The display shows Saved.
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Edit a quick dial entry
1. Choose the quickdial entry you want to edit by pressing either
. Edit is displayed, press
2. Press
or
3. Edit the name using
again.
or
or
to move the cursor and enter
.
the new digits and press
to choose a ringer melody for this name and number
. The display will show Saved.
Delete a quick dial entry
1. Choose the quick dial entry you want to delete by pressing either
2. Press
. Press
to highlight Delete and press
3. You’ll see Delete? on your display. Press
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,
.
or
.
to move the cursor and enter the new
4. Edit the phone number using
and press
or
.
letters and press
5. Scroll using
,
to confirm or
.
to cancel.
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Using your calls list – corded phone
Note: You must subscribe to your network provider’s Caller Display/Caller ID
service for this feature to work. A quarterly fee may be payable.
Incoming call telephone numbers should appear in your calls list. If you have
the caller’s number stored in your phonebook the name will be displayed
instead. A total of 30 incoming calls can be stored in the calls list (16 letters
per name and 23 digits per number). The number of new calls received will be
shown in the display with the flashing
icon. If the number doesn’t appear,
this is because the caller’s identification (Call Line ID) has been withheld by
the caller.
You can open and view your calls list by pressing
calls list simply press
or
. To scroll through your
.
Here are some things you may see on your calls list display:
• WITHHELD NUMBER – caller has withheld their number, or this information
isn’t available
• INTERNATIONA – caller is calling from another country or using an
internet service
• PAYPHONE – caller is calling from a public payphone
• OPERATOR – caller is a telephone network operator
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Store numbers from your calls list to the phonebook or
quick dial memory (M1, M2, M3)
It’s easy to store incoming call numbers to your phone book or quick dial list.
1. Press
to open your calls list at the most recent entry.
or
2. Scroll using
to find the entry you want to store.
and then scroll using
3. Open options by pressing
or
until
.
you highlight Save to PB or M1, M2 or M3 and press
.
4. Using your keypad, enter a name for this stored number and press
5. Edit the number for this name, if needed, and press
or
6. Scroll using
press
.
to choose a ringer melody for the entry and
.
Delete a single calls list entry
1. Press
2. Scroll using
to open your calls list at the most recent entry.
or
to find the entry you want to delete.
3. Open options by pressing
you highlight Delete and press
and then scroll using
until
.
4. You’ll see Delete? on your display. Press
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or
to confirm or
to cancel.
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Delete all calls list entries
1. Press
2. Scroll using
to open your calls list at the most recent entry.
or
to select an entry.
3. Open options by pressing
highlight Delete All and press
and then scroll using
or
until you
.
4. You’ll see Delete All? on your display. Press
to confirm or
to cancel.
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cordless handset
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Using your menu – cordless handset
For information on your answering machine, please go to page 83.
For information on your phone book, please go to page 74.
Priority/Default Setting
If you are the main user of this telephone you should change the settings in
the menu so that they are just right for you. These settings will be memorised
automatically whenever you wish to make or answer a call.
The user profile feature can be used by others in the household whose
preferences for volume, boost and equaliser will also be memorised and
applied as indicated below.
User Profiles
You can store 2 different user profiles, each with different settings for the
‘Volume’, ‘Boost’ and ‘Equaliser’ features. You can also personalise each Profile
by naming it (Max 10 letters).
Change a profile name
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Profile and press
2. Scroll using
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or
, then scroll using
or
until you
.
until you highlight Profile 1 or 2 and press
.
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3. Scroll using
or
until you highlight Name and press
4. Delete the current name by pressing
.
.
5. Enter a new name (up to ten letters) and press
.
Change a profile’s handset volume
You have a choice of five volume levels.
, then scroll using
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Profile and press
or
until you
.
2. Scroll using
or
until you highlight Profile 1 or 2 and press
3. Scroll using
or
until you highlight Volume and press
.
.
4. You’ll see the current volume level (e.g. 4).
or
5. Change the volume level using
and press
.
Change a profile’s boost setting
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Profile and press
, then scroll using
or
until you
.
2. Scroll using
or
until you highlight Profile 1 or 2 and press
3. Scroll using
or
until you highlight Boost and press
.
.
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4. You’ll see the current boost setting (i.e. On or Off).
or
5. Change the boost setting using
and press
.
Change a profile’s tone (‘equaliser’) setting
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Profile and press
, then scroll using
or
until you
.
2. Scroll using
or
until you highlight Profile 1 or 2 and press
3. Scroll using
or
until you highlight Equaliser and press
.
.
4. You’ll see the current tone setting.
5. Change the tone setting using
Note: Press
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or
and press
.
to put the handset back to standby.
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Copy a profile
You can easily copy a profile to another registered and compatible
PowerTel handset.
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Profile and press
, then scroll using
or
until you
.
2. Scroll using
or
until you highlight Profile 1 or 2 and press
3. Scroll using
or
until you highlight Copy and press
4. Scroll using
or
.
until you highlight the handset (e.g. 2, 3 or 4) you
want to copy the profile to, and press
.
5. On the handset you’re copying the profile to: to confirm, press
Or to cancel, press
.
.
.
Choosing which profile to use
You need to use a handset to choose a profile to use for a call – you can’t
choose a profile using handsfree.
Before you answer an incoming call, press
or
– depending on which
profile you want to use. The display will confirm your choice.
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When you want to make a call and before you dial the number, press and hold
or
– depending on which profile you want to use. The display will confirm
your choice.
Note: once you’ve selected a profile to use when making a call, you have
about 30 seconds to dial the call under that profile before the system will
return to its default settings.
Change the handset ringer melody
You have a choice of ten ringer melodies.
, then scroll using
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Handset and press
or
until you
.
.
2. Ring tone is highlighted, press
3. Scroll using
or
until you highlight External or Internal and press
4. You’ll see the melody setting (e.g. 7 [External], 9 [Internal]).
5. Change the melody using
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and press
.
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Change the handset ringer volume
You have a choice of five volume levels plus Off.
, then scroll using
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Handset and press
2. Scroll using
or
until you
.
to highlight Ringer volume and press
.
3. You’ll see the current volume level (e.g. 5).
or
4. Change the ringer volume using
and press
.
Change the tone (‘equaliser’) setting
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Handset and press
2. Scroll using
or
, then scroll using
or
until you
.
until you highlight Equaliser and press
.
3. You’ll see the setting.
4. Change the tone setting using
or
and press
.
Note: to adjust tone while you’re making a call, press the
button to
or
button to adjust the
access the equaliser setting. Then press the
setting as shown on the bar-graph on the handset screen. Press the volume
switch on the side of the phone to exit this mode.
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Remember boost
When this feature is set to On and you use the
key on the top left side of
the handset, the handset you’re using will remember and use your last boost
setting for each of your calls.
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Handset and press
2. Scroll using
or
, then scroll using
or
until you
.
until you highlight Boost memory and press
.
3. You’ll see the current boost memory setting (e.g. Off).
or
4. Change the boost memory setting using
and press
.
Change handset name
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Handset and press
2. Scroll using
or
, then scroll using
until you
.
until you highlight Handset name and press
3. Delete the current name by pressing
.
.
4. Enter a new name (up to 12 letters) and press
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or
.
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Switch key pad beep on or off
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Handset and press
2. Scroll using
or
, then scroll using
or
until you
.
until you highlight Keypad Beep and press
.
3. You’ll see the key pad setting (i.e. On or Off).
4. Change the key pad beep on or off using
or
and press
.
Change contrast
You have a choice of five screen contrast levels so you can set the display to
how you find it most easy to read.
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Handset and press
2. Scroll using
or
, then scroll using
or
until you
.
until you highlight Contrast and press
.
3. You’ll see the current contrast setting (e.g. 3).
4. Change the contrast setting using
or
and press
.
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Using your menu – cordless handset
Switch auto talk on or off
When auto talk’s switched on your handset will automatically answer the call
when you pick up the handset from its charger base. This is the default setting.
If you set it to off you will need to press the
, then scroll using
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Handset and press
2. Scroll using
or
button to answer any calls.
or
until you
.
until you highlight Auto talk and press
.
3. You’ll see the current auto talk setting (e.g. On).
4. Change the auto talk setting using
or
and press
.
Change backlight timer
You have a choice of 10, 20, 30 or 40 seconds before the backlight timer
switches off.
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Handset and press
2. Scroll using
or
, then scroll using
or
until you
.
until you highlight Backlight time and press
.
3. You’ll see the current backlight timing (e.g. 10S).
4. Change the backlight timer setting using
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or
and press
.
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Switch confirmation beep on or off
This is the beep you hear when you change a setting. You can switch the
beep on or off.
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Handset and press
2. Scroll using
or
, then scroll using
or
until you
.
until you highlight Confirm beep and press
.
3. You’ll see the current confirmation beep setting (e.g. On).
4. Change the confirmation beep setting using
or
and press
.
Select base
You can use this feature if your handset is registered to more than one base.
, then scroll using
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Handset and press
2. Scroll using
or
or
until you
.
until you highlight Select base and press
.
3. You’ll see the current base setting (e.g. Auto or Manual).
4. Change the base setting using
or
and press
.
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Change language
You have a choice of five languages to use on your handset: English, German,
French, Spanish and Italian.
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Handset and press
2. Scroll using
or
, then scroll using
or
until you
.
until you highlight Language and press
.
3. You’ll see the current language setting (e.g. English).
or
4. Change the language setting using
and press
.
Change system PIN code
1. Open your menu by pressing
, then scroll using
highlight Base settings and press
2. Scroll using
or
or
until you
.
until you highlight System PIN and press
3. Enter your old PIN code and press
.
4. You will be prompted to enter your new PIN code twice, then press
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.
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Change date/time
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Time and press
or
2. Scroll using
, then scroll using
or
until you
.
until you highlight Date and Time and press
.
3. Enter the day, month, year and hours (your handset has a 24-hour clock)
and press
.
Change clock hours to 12- or 24-hour format
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Time and press
2. Scroll using
or
, then scroll using
or
until you
.
until you highlight Set time format and press
.
3. You’ll see the current time format setting (e.g. 24 hour).
4. Change the time format using
hour and press
or
to highlight either 12 hour or 24
.
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Set alarm
1. Open your menu by pressing
or
or
until you
.
highlight Alarm and press
2. Scroll using
, then scroll using
until you highlight Set alarm (your alarm uses a
24-hour clock) and press
.
3. Enter the time you want your alarm to go off at either Once, Every Day,
.
Mon to Fri or Off and press
4. Choose your alarm melody and press
.
Switch night light on or off
Note: the alarm needs to be set before the night light feature will work.
See above for instructions.
, then scroll using
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Alarm and press
2. Scroll using
or
or
until you
.
until you highlight Night Light and press
.
3. You’ll see the current night light setting (e.g. On).
4. Change the night light setting using
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or
and press
.
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Base Settings
Change base ringer melody
You have a choice of ten base ringer melodies.
1. Open your menu by pressing
Base settings and press
, then scroll
or
until you highlight
.
.
2. Ring tone is highlighted, press
3. You’ll see the ringer melody setting (e.g. 8).
or
4. Change the ringer melody using
and press
.
Change base ringer volume
You have a choice of five volume levels plus Off.
1. Open your menu by pressing
, then scroll using
highlight Base settings and press
2. Scroll
or
until you
.
until you highlight Ringer volume and press
.
3. You’ll see the current base ringer volume level (e.g. 5).
4. Change the base ringer volume using
or
and press
.
For information on dial mode, please go to page 104.
For information on recall, please go to page 102.
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Using your phone book – cordless handset
You can store, alphabetically, up to 200 names and their phone numbers in your
phone book. To quickly find a phone book entry, simply enter the first letter of
the name you’ve stored.
Note: each phone book entry allows for up to 16 letters for any name and up
to 24 digits for any phone number.
Important: please remember to also enter the area code for each phone
number you enter in your phone book
How to use the keypad when using your phone book
You’ll see that the keys on your keypad have letters as well as numbers. If you
press a chosen key a number of times it’ll show you all the numbers and letters
it represents.
Here are some keys you may find useful when entering phone numbers in your
phone book:
• press
for a space
• press
to delete a number or letter you’ve entered
• press the
key to change from upper case (e.g. ABC) to lower case
(e.g. abc)
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Note: to enter the same letter twice, simply enter the letter and then
wait until the cursor moves to after the letter you’ve entered, before
entering it again.
Enter a name and number in your phone book
1. Open your phone book by pressing
2. Press
.
. The display will show New entry, press
.
3. Enter the name you want to store and press
4. Enter the phone number you want to store and press
or
5. Scroll using
again.
.
to choose a ringer melody for this name and number
.
and press
Edit a phone book entry
1. Open your phone book by pressing
or
2. Scroll using
.
to find the entry you want to edit and press
3. Scroll
to display Edit entry and press
4. Press
to delete characters and use the keypad to enter new ones,
then press
.
.
.
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5. Press
press
to delete digits and use the keypad to enter new ones, then
.
6. Scroll using
press
or
to choose a ringer melody for this entry and
.
Delete a phone book entry or all entries
1. Open your phone book by pressing
2. Scroll using
or
.
to find the entry you want to delete or highlight any
entry if you want to delete all entries.
3. Press
to display either Delete entry or Delete all and press
4. Press
to confirm or
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.
to cancel.
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Copy phone book entries to another handset
Note: you can only copy the phone book to another handset if that handset
is registered on your phone system. See page 33.
It’s easy to copy:
• a single entry (Copy entry)
• entries not already on the handset you’re copying to (Copy append)
• all entries (Copy all)
Important: when you copy all entries to a handset, all existing entries will be
deleted. To prevent this from happening you can use the “Copy append mode”.
1. Open your phone book by pressing
or
2. Scroll using
press
3. Scroll
4. Scroll
.
to find the entry or entries you want to copy and
.
to either Copy entry, Copy append or Copy all and press
or
.
to highlight the handset number you want to copy to
(e.g. 2 for Handset 2 or if you want to copy to the base select 0) and press
to confirm.
5. Pick up the handset you’re copying entries to and press
or press
on the corded phone.
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Using your quick dial memory – cordless handset
Using your quick dial memory buttons - cordless phone
You can store a name (max. 16 characters) and a telephone number
(max. 24 digits) under each of the quick dial memory buttons:
and
.
Store a quick dial name and number
1. Choose the quick dial button under which you want to store a name and
number by pressing either or
2. Press
and
.
. The display will show New entry, press
again.
3. Enter the name you want to store using the keypad and press
4. Enter the phone number you want to store and press
.
. The display will
show Saved.
Edit a quick dial entry
1. Choose the quick dial entry to edit by pressing either
or
.
again.
2. Press
. The display will show Edit entry, press
3. Press
to delete characters and use the keypad to enter new ones,
then press
4. Press
press
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.
to delete digits and use the keypad to enter new ones, then
. The display will show Saved.
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Delete a quick dial entry
1. Choose the quick dial entry to delete by pressing either
2. Press
. Scroll
to Delete entry and press
3. Display will show Delete entry? Press
or
.
.
to confirm or
to cancel.
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Using your calls list – cordless handset
Using your calls list – cordless handset
Note: You must subscribe to your network provider’s Caller Display/Caller ID
service for this feature to work. A quarterly fee may be payable.
Incoming call telephone numbers should appear in your calls list. If you have
the caller’s number stored in your phonebook the name will be displayed
instead. A total of 30 incoming calls can be stored in the calls list (16 letters
per name and 23 digits per number). The number of new calls received will be
shown in the display with the flashing
icon. If the number doesn’t appear,
this is because the caller’s identification (Call Line ID) has been withheld by
the caller.
You can open your calls list by pressing the
calls list simply press
or
date and time of the call, press
button. To scroll through your
. To display more information including the
.
Here are some things you may see on your calls list display:
• WITHHELD NUMBER – caller has withheld their number, or this information
isn’t available
• INTERNATIONA – caller is calling from another country or using an
internet service
• PAYPHONE – caller is calling from a public payphone
• OPERATOR – caller is a telephone network operator
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Store numbers from your calls list to the phonebook
It’s easy to store incoming call numbers to your phone book.
1. Press
to open your calls list at the most recent entry.
2. Scroll using
or
to find the entry you want to store and press
3. The display will show Save to phbk, press
.
.
.
4. Using your keypad, enter a name for this stored number and press
5. Edit the number for this name, if needed, and press
6. Scroll using
or
number and press
.
to choose the ringer melody for this name and
.
Delete a single calls list entry
1. Press
to open your calls list at the most recent entry.
2. Scroll using
3. Scroll
or
to find the listed call you want to delete and press
until you highlight Delete and press
.
.
4. Confirm or cancel to delete the calls list entry by pressing
or
.
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Delete all calls list entries
1. Press
to open your calls list at the most recent entry.
2. Scroll
until you highlight Delete all and press
3. The display will show Delete all Calls? Press
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.
to cancel.
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answering
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Using your answering machine
Using your answering machine
After you’ve set up your phone system, follow these easy steps using your
corded base to set up your answering machine.
Switch answering machine on or off
To switch your answering machine on and off, simply press
The current answer mode will be announced.
on the base.
Set the answering machine language
You have a choice of three languages to use on your answering machine:
English, German or French.
1. Open your answering machine menu by pressing
2. Scroll using
or
on the base twice.
until you highlight Language and press
3. Choose the language using
or
and press
.
.
Set answer mode
There are two answer modes to choose from: Answer & Record or Answer only.
If you set the answer mode to Answer only your callers will not be able to leave
a mesage.
1. Switch your answering machine on by pressing
84
on the base.
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2. To change mode between Answer & Rec. and Answer Only, press and hold
for a couple of seconds.
Record your outgoing message
You can change the default answering message to your own. Your outgoing
message needs to be under two minutes.
1. Press and hold
on the base for a couple of seconds and then record
your message after the beep.
2. To stop recording, press
.
3. Check your outgoing message is how you want it but pressing
to hear it.
Note: to return your outgoing message to the default message, simply press
and hold
while the outgoing message is playing.
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Set answer delay
You either choose the number of rings you want before your answering
machine answers any incoming call or you can choose Time Saver. Time Saver
saves you the cost of the call if you’re calling in from elsewhere to pick up any
messages: if your answering machine answers after 2 rings you have new
messages, if it answers after 5 rings you have no new messages. Therefore,
you can hang up after 3 rings knowing you have no new messages and you
won’t be charged for the call.
1. Press
twice.
2. Scroll using
or
until you highlight Answer Delay and press
.
3. You’ll see the current answer delay setting (e.g. 5 rings).
4. Choose the number of rings you want (2–9) or Time Saver using
and press
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or
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Record a memo
You can record memo messages for yourself or other members of the
household which can be played back like normal messages.
1. Press and hold
for a couple of seconds.
2. After the beep record your memo.
3. Press
to finish recording.
Listen to messages or memos using the corded phone
Playback is in the order messages or memos were received. New messages
are played before old ones. The time and date of each message or memo is
announced before playback.
Here are some functions you may find useful:
• to play or pause, press
• to stop, press
• to rewind, press
• to fast forward, press
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Delete a single message or memo
1. Play the message or memo you want to delete by pressing
.
during playback of the message or memo to delete it.
2. Press and hold
Delete all messages and memos
1. Press
twice.
or
2. Scroll using
until you highlight Del. All Msgs and press
.
3. You’ll see Delete All? on your display.
4. To confirm, press
. Or to cancel, press
.
Listen to messages or memos using your cordless handset
1. Open the answering machine menu by pressing
2. Ans Machine is displayed, press
or
3. Scroll using
and press
4. Press
88
.
.
to display either Play New Msgs or Play All Msgs
.
to return to standby.
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Memory full
Your answering machine will announce if it’s full and automatically stop taking
any more messages and switch itself to Answer Only. You’ll need to delete
some of your messages or memos before any new messages can be recorded.
Remote access to your answering machine
You can call your answering machine to hear your messages when you’re away
from home using most modern phones, including mobile phones.
You need to use a PIN code to access your answering machine. The default
code is 000. We suggest you change this for security reasons.
Change PIN
1. Open your menu by pressing
twice, then scroll using
until you highlight Remote PIN and press
2. Enter your old PIN and press
3. Enter your new PIN and press
or
.
.
.
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Call in to check messages
1. Dial your own phone number from the remote phone.
2. Press
three times, then enter your 3 digit PIN.
3. You can manage your messages using your keypad (see remote
instructions below)
Note: if you make a mistake entering your PIN three times, your answering
machine will hang up and you’ll need to call and try again.
Remote instructions guide
While listening to your messages from a remote location, enter these numbers
to manage your messages.
To…
Rewind messages, press 1.
Play or pause your messages, press 2.
Fast Forward through your messages, press 3.
Hear outgoing message (OGM), press 4.
Record outgoing message (OGM), press 5. To end your message, press 6.
Stop messages, press 6.
Delete current message, press 7.
Switch answering machine off, press 8.
Switch answering machine on to take messages, press 9.
Delete all old messages, press 0.
Record a memo, press #. To end your message, press 6.
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Using your wrist shaker
Switch on
Press and hold the
button for about five seconds. You’ll see the green light
with the warning triangle come on.
Note: if the light flashes green then red it means your wrist shaker
either isn’t registered or is out of range. Move closer to your PowerTel
telephone to ensure you are within range. If the light still flashes, see page
100 for registration instructions.
Switch off
Press and hold the
button for about five seconds. The green light will go off.
Power on/off button
Registration/Out of range/
Low battery light
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Make sure your wrist shaker is in range
If your wrist shaker is not in range, it won’t work. You can tell it’s out of range
when the large light flashes green and red. If this happens, you need to move
closer to your PowerTel phone for your wrist shaker to work.
Battery low
If the battery is low, the large light will turn red and will flash. You need to place
the wrist shaker in its charger base for 10 hours to charge the battery.
Incoming calls
When you receive an incoming call, the green light will flash and the wrist
shaker will vibrate.
Note: The SOS Motor feature must be turned on for the wrist shaker to
vibrate. See page 16 for instructions.
You can answer the call by pressing the large emergency button
in the
middle of the wrist shaker. You will need to make sure you are within range
of your Powertel phone to do so (see above ‘Make sure your wrist shaker is
in range’). You cannot speak to your caller via the wrist shaker. Once you’ve
pressed the emergency button on the wrist shaker, your Powertel phone will
answer the call in handsfree mode so that you can speak to your caller via the
Powertel phone without picking up the handset.
To end the call, just press and release the emergency button
again.
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Emergency call
You can program 3 numbers to be dialled in an emergency under the M1, M2
and M3 buttons on your telephone.
Important: under no circumstances should the Emergency services number
999 or 112 be stored as one of your personal emergency numbers.
Storing emergency numbers in the telephone
1. Press the red
,
or
button on your telephone where you’d like to
store the emergency telephone number. A previously stored number or
M1 Empty (or M2, M3 as appropriate) is displayed.
2. Press the left hand menu button
under the display.
Add New or Edit is displayed.
3. Press the
button again.
4. Using the keypad, enter the name for this telephone number
(maximum of 16 characters).
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To enter a character for a name, press the key showing the required letter a
key
number of times eg: for the letter ‘B’ you would press the number
twice. If you need a space, just press the
key.
To enter the same letter twice, press the key to enter the letter, wait until the
cursor moves forward one place, then press the key to enter the letter again.
button to save the name.
5. Press the
6. Using the keypad, enter the telephone number, including the full dialling
code (maximum of 24 digits).
If you make a mistake, press the red button on the left hand side
for each
character or digit that you wish to delete.
7. Use the
or
buttons on the central round button to select a
ringing melody for the quickdial number.
8. Press the
button to confirm.
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SOS message
The PowerTel 680 telephone has a pre-recorded SOS message which you can
use, or you can record your own personal emergency message.
The pre-recorded emergency message is: “This is an emergency call, to accept
this message press 0.”
Record a personal SOS message
When you activate an emergency call each of the numbers stored under the
M1, M2 and M3 buttons on your PowerTel 680 telephone are repeatedly dialled
in turn until one of the numbers is answered. Your emergency message is then
played.
It is very important that in your personal emergency message you include:
- Your name and that the call is an emergency and you need help
- That the person must press ‘0’ on their telephone keypad to accept the
emergency call.
1. Press the
button and then press the
button to scroll to
SOS Message.
2. Press the
3. Use the
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button to scroll to Record.
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4. Press the
button to start recording your message.
SOS Record is displayed. Remember to speak slowly and clearly whilst
facing the telephone.
button again to stop the recording. SOS Play will be
5. Press the
displayed and your message will automatically be played back to you.
Note: if you would like to change your personal message just follow the
steps from 1 to 5 above each time.
Listen to your personal SOS message
1. Press the
button, then press the
button to scroll to
SOS Message.
2. Press the
button to select.
3. Playback is displayed. Press the
button to select.
4. SOS Play is displayed and your message is played back to you.
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Delete your personal SOS message
1. When your message is played back to you (as in step 4 on the previous
page), press and hold the
button.
The pre-recorded emergency message will now be used.
Activating an emergency call
When you activate an emergency call from your wrist shaker, the PowerTel 680
telephone will go to handsfree mode and will beep for 15 seconds.
You will then hear as each of the emergency numbers you have stored under
the M1, M2 and M3 buttons (see page 94) are dialled automatically, one after
the other, with intervals of approximately 60 seconds.
The person answering the emergency call will hear the SOS message. When
they press the 0 button on their keypad, they will be able to talk to you via the
handsfree on your PowerTel 680 telephone for 3 minutes.
During the last 10 seconds of this 3 minute call you will hear a warning beep
that the call will be disconnected.
,
or
keys on your
If no numbers have been stored under the
PowerTel 680 then you will just hear a long continuous tone after the beep tone
for 15 seconds and no numbers will be dialled.
If only 1 or 2 numbers have been stored under the
the numbers that have been stored will be dialled.
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Important: the wrist shaker must be in range of the telephone to be able to
make an emergency call.
The battery in the wrist shaker must be charged. An emergency call is not
possible if the wrist shaker batteries are flat.
If the emergency message is delivered to an answer phone or voicemail
service then the dialing sequence will continue to the next number
until such time that the recipient accepts the call by pressing ‘0’ on
their telephone.
To activate an emergency call
1. Press and hold the large emergency button
shaker for 5 seconds.
in the middle of the wrist
To cancel an emergency call
1. Press and hold the large emergency button
shaker for 5 seconds.
in the middle of the wrist
Emergency button
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Register your wrist shaker
Important: you will only need to register your wrist shaker if it has become
de-registered from the telephone or if you need to register a new
wrist shaker.
At the wrist shaker:
1. Turn on the wrist shaker by pressing and holding the
button for about
five seconds.
2. Press and hold the
button again for about 12 seconds, until the
registration light flashes green quickly. The wrist shaker will be in
registration for about 1 minute.
At the corded phone base:
3. Press and hold the
button for at least 10 seconds until Register
is displayed.
Note: if you can’t see the registration key
, see the At a glance fold-out
page for the corded phone base at the beginning of this guide.
4. You’ll know your wrist shaker is registered and ready to use when the
registration light unit is a steady green (i.e. it isn’t flashing).
Note: the registration light will flash green and red if your wrist shaker
either isn’t registered or is out of range.
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Use on a private branch exchange
If your phone’s on an exchange (e.g. you need to dial 9 to get an outside line),
you can transfer calls and use call back by using the R button. You’ll need to
check your private exchange manual to find out which timing to use for your
exchange. You can choose two recall timings: 100ms (Short) and 300ms (Long).
To set recall time using the corded phone
1. Open your menu by pressing
, then scroll using
or
until
.
you highlight Settings and press
2. Scroll using
or
until you highlight Recall and press
.
3. You’ll see the current recall timing setting (e.g. Short).
or
4. Choose the recall timing setting you want (Short or Long) using
and press
.
To set recall time using the cordless handset
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Base settings and press
2. Scroll using
or
, then scroll using
or
until you
.
until you highlight Recall and press
.
3. You’ll see the current recall timing setting (e.g. Short).
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4. Choose the recall timing setting you want (Short or Long) using
and press
or
.
Insert a dialling pause
If you have to dial a number for an outside line and it takes a while to connect,
you can insert a pause so you don’t have to wait to hear the dialling tone.
To insert a dialling pause using your corded phone, simply enter the number
you usually dial for an outside line and then press
. A P on your display
will show dialling pause is active.
To insert a dialling pause using your cordless handset, simply enter the number
you usually dial for an outside line and then press
for two seconds. A P on
your display will show dialling pause is active.
Note: you can also insert a dialling pause with a phone number in your
phone book.
Using additional services
Your phone should be able support services such as call waiting and conference
calls. You’ll need to check with your telephone network provider for further
information on these services.
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Set dial mode
You have a choice of two dialling modes: tone and pulse. The default setting is
TONE and this is the correct setting for use within Europe.
To change dial mode using the corded phone
1. Open your menu by pressing
, then scroll using
or
until
.
you highlight Settings and press
2. Scroll using
or
until you highlight Dial Mode and press
.
3. You’ll see the current dial mode setting (e.g. Tone).
4. Choose the dial mode setting you want (Tone or Pulse) using
or
.
and press
To change dial mode using the cordless handset
1. Open your menu by pressing
highlight Base settings and press
2. Scroll using
or
, then scroll using
or
until you
.
until you highlight Dial Mode and press
.
3. You’ll see the current dial mode setting (e.g. Tone).
4. Choose the dial mode setting you want (Tone or Pulse) using
press
104
or
and
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Reset to default settings
Important: if you reset to default settings on your corded phone, your
phone book, calls list, redial list, messages and memos will be deleted.
Your phone book, calls list and redial list aren’t deleted if your reset your
cordless handset.
To reset to default settings on your corded phone
1. Open your menu by pressing
, then scroll using
or
until you
.
highlight Reset and press
2. You’ll see Base Reset? on your display. Confirm or cancel the reset to default
settings by pressing
or
.
To reset to default settings on your cordless handset
1. Press
for 10 seconds.
2. Confirm or cancel the reset to default settings by pressing
or
.
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Help and support
Help and support
If you need some help and you’re in the UK, please first check and see if your
problem can be solved using the troubleshooting guide below. If it can’t , please
call us on 0844 800 6503 (using a UK landline, at the time of going to print: calls
cost 6p for connection charge and then 5p a minute. Mobile costs may vary).
Lines are open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm, excluding public holidays. If
you’ve a claim on your 2-year guarantee, please contact your supplier.
Some issues may simply be resolved by disconnecting the power to the unit.
In such instances the power to the main base station should be switched off
and batteries in the handset should also be removed for about 20 minutes.
After which reconnect everything to determine if this has resolved the issue.
Troubleshooting guide
I can’t make phone calls
1. Make sure the phone cable is connected properly. If it is, there may be
a fault. Please make sure you’re using the phone cable that came with
your phone.
2. Check power’s plugged in, switched on and working.
3. If using the cordless handset, make sure you aren’t too far from the charger
base (in ideal conditions, it should work up to 300 metres outdoors and up to
50 metres indoors).
4. Test the phone line and socket by using another phone.
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I keep losing my connection when using my
cordless handset
1. Make sure you aren’t too far from the charger base (in ideal conditions, it
should work up to 300 metres outdoors and up to 50 metres indoors).
2. The charger base may not be in an ideal location – considering moving it.
My cordless handset keeps switching off
1. It may need recharging. So it can charge fully, place your handset on
its charger base for at least 15 hours (make sure the power socket is
switched on!).
2. Replace the rechargeable batteries. Any replacement batteries should be the
same type as those provided.
The phone system isn’t responding
You may need to reset to default settings. Please see page 47 and 105.
Caller’s identification (Call Line ID) isn’t working
1. Check you have this service on your phone line. Please call your
network provider.
2. The caller may have withheld their phone number.
My handset or base doesn’t ring
Check that the ringer is on. See pages 42, 65 and 73.
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Help and support
I’ve got a buzzing noise on my radio, TV or computer
We suggest you use your cordless handset at least one metre away from
electrical equipment and mobile phones.
My answering machine won’t record messages or memos
1. Check that your answering machine is connected and switched on.
2. Answering memory may be full. See page 89.
My remote access isn’t working
1. Check you’re using the correct PIN. See page 89.
2. Make sure you’re using a touchtone phone.
The white light on the base is constantly flashing
You have new answering machine message(s). Press the
them and the flashing will stop.
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General information
Safety information
Please make sure you read this User Guide carefully.
Intended use
This phone is suitable for use on a public telephone network. Any other use is
considered unintended use. Unauthorised modification or reconstruction isn’t
permitted. Do not open the device and attempt any repair work yourself.
Phone location
Make sure your phone:
•
•
•
•
•
is on a dry, flat and stable surface
isn’t a trip hazard with its power cable
isn’t obstructed by furniture
is at least one metre from other electrical appliances
isn’t exposed to smoke, dust, vibration, chemicals, moisture, heat and
direct sunlight.
Power supply
Important: use only the power adapter supplied with your PowerTel 680.
Power failure can affect your phone and equipment. Only the corded phone will
work if power fails. See page 35.
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Energy efficient power adapter
The included mains adapter meets the eco-design requirements
of the European Union (Directive 2005/32/EG). Thus, its power
consumption is considerably lower, both in operated as well as in
non-operated mode, compared with the mains adapter of previous design.
Medical equipment
Do not use your phone:
• near emergency or intensive care medical equipment
• during an electrical storm
It is recommended that if you have a pacemaker fitted you check with a medical
expert or your health adviser before using this product
Rechargeable batteries
Do not throw the batteries into a fire or water.
Hearing aid compatibility
You phone works with most popular hearing aids. However, given the wide
range of hearing aids available, we can’t guarantee that your phone will
function fully with every hearing aid.
Important: your phone can produce very high sound when Boost is switched
on. Please take care if the handset is used by others.
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Disposal
You are obliged to dispose of consumable goods properly in accordance with
the applicable legal regulations.
symbol on this product indicates that electrical and electronic
The
apparatus and batteries must be disposed of separately from domestic
waste at suitable collection points provided by the public waste
authorities. Batteries can also often be disposed of at the point of sale.
Packaging materials must be disposed of according to local regulations.
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Technical details
Standard
Power supply (base station)
Power supply (charging station)
Range
Standby
Maximum Talk Time
Rechargeable batteries
Dialling mode
Optimum ambient temperature
Optimum relative humidity
Recall
DECT¹ GAP²
Input: 230VAC 50Hz 40mA
Output: 12VDC 670mA
Input: 230VAC 50Hz 30mA
Output: 7.5VDC 100mA
Outdoors Approx 300m
Indoors Approx 50m
Up to 100hrs
Up to 10hrs
AAA 1.2V 800mAh NiMH
Tone (DTMF)
Pulse
0˚C to 45˚C
20% to 80%
100, 300 ms
¹ DECT: Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication = standard for
cordless phones.
² GAP: Generic Access Profile = standard for the operation of handsets and
base stations from different manufacturers.
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Default settings
To reset to default settings, please see page 105.
Corded phone default settings
Language
Answer mode
PIN code for remote access
Answer delay
Time format
External memory
Internal memory
Ringing volume
Key tone
Contrast
Boost memory
Shaker
Recall time
Dialling mode
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English
Answer and Record.
000
5
24 Hour
8
9
5
On
4
Off
On
100ms
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Cordless handset default settings
Language
Handset name
Handset ringing melody (external)
Handset ringing melody (internal) Handset ringing volume
Base ringing melody
Base ringing volume:
Keypad beep
Auto talk
Contrast
Backlight time
Boost memory
Shaker
Recall time
Dialling mode
PIN code
English
Power Tel
7
9
5
8
5
On
On
3
10s
Off
On
100ms
Tone
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Maintenance and guarantee
Maintenance
• Please clean your equipment’s surfaces with a soft, fluff-free cloth.
• Never use cleaning agents or solvents.
Guarantee
AMPLICOM 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 the 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.
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In the case of complaints, we reserve the right to repair or replace defect
parts or 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 to the sales outlet in which you purchased the AMPLICOM equipment
together with the purchase receipt. All rights to claims under the terms of
guarantee in accordance with this agreement must be asserted exclusively with
regard to your sales outlet.
Two years after the purchase 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.amplicom.eu
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A
Adjusting the handsfree volume 29
Adjusting the earpiece volume 28
Alarm 72
Answer delay 86
Answer mode 84
Answering machine 84
Auto talk 68
B
Backlight timer 68
Base ringer melody 73
Base ringer volume 73
Base select 69
Base settings 73
Boost mem 44, 66
Boosting the earpiece volume 28
C
Calling back missed calls 26
Call in to check messages 90
Call length 30
Calls list 55-57, 80-82
Change case 45
Changing the PIN code 70, 89
Charging the batteries 13
Check the contents of the box 10
Conference calls 32-33
Confirmation beep 69
Connecting the base and charger 11-12
Contrast 43, 67
D
Date/time 46-47, 71
Declaration of Conformity 119
Default settings 47, 105, 116-117
Delete messages 88
De-register a handset 34
Dial mode 104
Dialling pause 103
Dialling phone numbers from
the phone book 27
Dialling phone numbers from
a quickdial button 27
Display contrast 43, 67
Display icons 17-19
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Displaying calls list entries 55-57,
80-82
E
Earpiece volume 28
Emergency call 94-99
End a call 24
Entering a name in the phonebook
49, 75
Equaliser 40, 65
G
Guarantee 118
H
Handset deregistration 34
Handset name 66
Handset registration 33
Handset ringer melody 64
Handset ringer volume 65
Handsfree 28-29
Headset use 30
Help 108
I
Icons in the display 17-19
Inserting the batteries 12
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Internal calls 31
K
Keypad lock 31
Keypad beep on/off 67
Keytone on/off 43
L
Language 44, 70
Listening to your messages 87-88
M
Maintenance 118
Making a call 24
Making internal calls 31
Memo 87
Memory full 89
Menu guide 20-21
Muting the microphone 30
N
Navigating the menu 20-21
Night light 72
P
Pause 103
Phone book 27, 48-52, 74-77
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PIN 70, 89
Play messages 87-88
Power fail 35
Private branch exchanges 102
Profiles 38, 60
Q
Quickdial 27, 53-54, 78-79
R
Recall 102-103
Read number 45
Record a memo 87
Record your outgoing message 85
Redial 25-26
Register a handset 33
Remember boost 44, 66
Remote access 89
Reset to default settings 47, 105
Ringer melody 42, 64, 73
Ringer on/off 31
Ringer volume 42, 65, 73
Select base 69
Set the answer delay 86
Set the answer mode 84
Set the voice prompt language 44, 70
Setting the recall time 102-103
SOS message 96
Storing a quickdial entry 53, 78
T
Take a call 25
Talk time display 30
Technical details 115
Tone 29, 65
Transferring external calls internally 32
U
User profiles 38, 60
Using a headset 30
Using remote access 89
Using the answering machine 84
Using the menu 20-21
V
Volume 42, 65, 73
S
W
Safety information 112
Wrist shaker 13-15, 92-100
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