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This equipment is not designed for making emergency telephone calls when the power fails.
Alternative arrangements should be made for access to emergency services.
This product is intended for connection to analogue public switched telephone networks
and private switchboards in the United Kingdom and Eire.
BT On-Air 2100 Classic
Digital Cordless Telephone
User
Guide
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At a glance
In Use
Shows that the handset is in use.
Handsfree
Handset
Indicates when handsfree mode
is active.
Display
In range
Battery
Indicates that you are in range of
the base station.
Shows the status of the handset
battery. When the battery is fully
charged, the icon is completely
shaded. As the battery is used,
the shaded area is reduced.
Silent mode
Displayed when the handset
ringer has been switched off.
Incoming calls will not cause the
handset to ring.
Internal (Intercom) Call
Displayed during a call with
another handset (an internal call).
-1INT
EXT
Directory
Recall Intercom Directory
C
OK
Intercom
External Call
Displayed during an external call.
Recall
For use with Switchboards and
Select Services.
Clear/Secrecy
Allows quick access to your
phonebook without having to
go via the menu.
1
G HI
4
PQRS
7
DEF
ABC
2
3
MNO
JKL
5
6
WXYZ
T UV
8
9
Enables internal calls and call
transfer between handsets.
OK button
To confirm settings.
Green phone/Handsfree
0
To answer a call and switch the
power on. When on a call, allows you
to use handsfree. Also, press and
hold to enter the redial and calls list.
When accessing the Menu,
allows you to clear or return
to the previous menu.
Allows you to talk to someone in
the same room without your caller
being able to hear the conversation.
Up/Down
Lets you move through the
options and lists and enter the
menu structure.
Red phone
To end a call and turn the power off.
Keypad
Page button
Base
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Quick Guide to the
Menu Structure
Page number
1 PHONE BK
(Directory)
2 CALLS
3 RING
11 NEW
12
12 EDIT
12
13 DELETE
13
21 DELETE
11
22 TIME
11
31 MELODY
14
32 VOLUME
14
33 SILENT
14
34 BEEPS
14
4 ANSWER
(Not available on your On-Air 2100 Classic.
If pressed ERROR will be displayed)
5 SET
51 LANGUAGE
15
52 END CALL
15
6 BASE
61 REGISTER
AUTO
18
CUSTOM
19
62 PRIOR
16
63 PARAM
15
Important
If you make a mistake you can return to the previous menu by pressing the CLEAR button. If you keep
pressing the CLEAR button you will return to the idle screen.
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In this guide
At a glance
Quick guide to the menu structure
Introduction
Unpacking your BT On-Air 2100 Classic
For your records
Safety information
Setting up
4
4
4
5
Plan the location
5
Using the telephone
8
Making and ending calls
Call timer
Handsfree
Secrecy
Redial
Caller Display
Calls list
Call Waiting
Name and number directory
Paging handsets
Internal calls
Transferring calls
Handset settings
Base settings
Using additional handsets and bases
Registering additional handsets
To de-register a handset from the base
General information
Guarantee
Technical information
Switchboard compatibility
Recall
Switchboard external line access code
3
1
2
4
Wall mounting
Index
8
8
9
9
9
10
10
11
11
13
13
13
14
15
18
18
20
21
21
21
22
22
23
25
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Introduction
Unpacking your BT On-Air
2100 Classic
If anything is missing, please contact your place
of purchase immediately.
For your records
Date of purchase:
Place of purchase:
One BT On-Air 2100 base.
One BT On-Air 2000 Classic handset.
One power supply for base station.
Serial number:
One telephone line cord.
For guarantee purposes proof of purchase is
required so please keep your receipt.
One NiMH rechargeable battery installed pack
and battery compartment cover.
Enter your System Code here.
One handset belt clip.
Three removable handset fascias.
Self adhesive label.
Four rubber feet.
The pre-set System Code number is 0000.
See page 15 for information on your System
Code.
Safety information
General
Only use the power supply included with the product. Using
an unauthorised power supply will invalidate your guarantee and
may damage the telephone. The item number for the mains
power supply is 872101.
Do not open the handset or base station. This could expose you
to high voltages or other risks. Contact the helpline for all repairs.
Environmental
Do not expose to direct sunlight.
The product may heat up when the batteries are being
recharged. This is normal. However, we recommend that you
do not place the product on antique/veneered wood to avoid
damage.
Radio signals transmitted between the handset and base may
cause interference to hearing aids.
Do not stand your product on carpets or other surfaces which
generate fibres, or place it in locations preventing free flow of
air over it’s surfaces.
It is recommended that advice from a qualified expert be sought
before using this product in the vicinity of emergency/intensive
care medical equipment.
Do not submerge any part of your product in water and
do not use it in damp or humid conditions, such as in
bathrooms.
It is recommended that if you have a pacemaker fitted you check
with a medical expert before using this product.
Do not expose your product to fire, explosive or other
hazardous conditions.
Never dispose of batteries in a fire. There is a serious risk of
explosion and/or the release of highly toxic chemicals.
There is a slight chance that your phone could be damaged by
an electrical storm. We recommend that you unplug the power
and telephone line cord for the duration of the storm.
Cleaning
Simply clean the handset and base station with a damp
(not wet) cloth, or an antistatic wipe. Never use household
polish as this will damage the product. Never use a dry cloth
as this may cause a static shock.
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Setting up
Please note that your handset is already
registered to the base station.
Plan the location
Situate your product close enough to the
telephone and mains power sockets so that the
cables will reach. The only way to disconnect
the product from the power supply is to remove
the power adaptor from the mains power socket.
Therefore you must ensure you plan the location
so that the mains power is easily accessed.
Make sure it is at least 1 metre away from other
electrical products to avoid interference.
Do not situate the product in the bathroom or
other humid areas.
1
Connect the power supply and
switch on.
WARNING
Please take care that the power supply and
telephone line cord are connected to the
correct sockets as incorrect placement could
damage your equipment.
Once connected, put the plinth back on the
base to prevent it from rocking on the table.
There are two positions for the plinth when
joining it to the base, both can be used for desk
mounting and one for wall mounting. Position
A is for desk mounting only and position B is for
desk or wall mounting (see Wall mounting on
page 25).
A
B
Important
You must thread the power supply cable into
the socket on the underside of your base. The
power cable connector and socket are
coloured red.
Rubber feet
Hold the black plastic square between thumb
and forefinger and peel off individual feet from
backing sheet as shown. These are to stop your
base from moving and to protect your work
surface.
If you decide on position B, place 2 of the
rubber feet on the plinth and 2 on the base.
PLINTH
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Plug the power adaptor into the wall socket and
switch on. When the power is switched on, the
button on your base will light up.
When the battery has been charged for at least
16 hours the display will show the
symbol;
you can then connect the telephone line cord to
the base.
WARNING
Do not connect the telephone line cord to the
phone socket until your handset is fully charged.
This will prevent the risk of the phone being
answered before the battery is charged.
Answering the phone before the battery is fully
charged may prevent it from reaching its
optimum capacity.
2
Charge the battery in the
handset for at least 16 hours
Empty
13
/
23
/
Full
Battery low warning
If the handset battery symbol is empty and you
hear warning beeps, you will need to recharge
your handset before you can use it.
Battery performance
WARNING
Under no circumstances should
non-rechargeable batteries be used. Only use
the approved batteries. Using unapproved
batteries will invalidate your guarantee and
may damage the telephone.
Under ideal conditions the battery should give
about 10 hours talk time and 120 hours
standby when the batteries have been fully
charged.
Fully discharging the batteries at least
once a week will help them to last as long as
possible. However, the charge capacity of
rechargeable batteries will reduce with time
as they wear out, so reducing the talk/standby
time of the handset. Eventually they will need
to be replaced. New batteries can be obtained
from the Helpline on 0870 240 4682.
Your handset is supplied with NiMH
batteries. These need to be initially charged
continuously for 16 hours to reach full
charge.
Note that the battery charge icon does not
indicate the correct level when the batteries
are first installed. The batteries must first be
fully charged.
Helpline
If you are experiencing difficulty, please call
the BT On-Air Helpline on 0870 240 4682.
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To replace the handset battery
5
Attach the belt clip
If you need to replace the handset battery,
slide off the battery cover. Remove the old
battery by disconnecting the small plug inside
the battery compartment.
Connect the plug of the new battery.
Slot
Replace the battery cover.
Please pay attention not to damage the
charging contacts on the handset.
3
Connect the telephone line cord
(after charging your handset)
Plug the line cord into the telephone wall socket.
4
Changing your handset fascias
There are 3 removeable handset fascias to
choose from. Simply slide the fascias off and
replace with another.
7
Fit the belt clip onto the back of the handset.
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Using the telephone
To switch the handset power on
and off
Press and hold the GREEN PHONE
button until the display check
sequence has happened and only the
battery icon is displayed.
If you release the button before this
has happened the handset will remain
switched off.
Call timer
Your handset will automatically time the duration
of all external calls. The handset display shows
the call duration both during your call and for a
few seconds after it is completed.
To end a call
Press the RED PHONE button.
Press and hold the RED PHONE button
to switch the handset off.
To receive an external call
Making and ending calls
Press the GREEN PHONE button to
answer the call.
To make an external call
Press the GREEN PHONE button.
The display shows the
symbol.
To adjust the earpiece volume
Dial the number.
Preparatory dialling
First enter the number to be dialled.
The number is shown in the display.
(If you make a mistake press C to
remove the incorrect digit).
You can adjust the volume during a call.
▲
Press the UP button to increase the
volume.
▼
Press the DOWN button to decrease
the volume.
The display shows the current volume
level.
If you have entered the number
correctly, press the GREEN PHONE
button to dial the number.
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Note
The symbol on your handset display
indicates when you are in range of the base
station. If the symbol disappears you are out
of range and will need to move closer to the
base station.
Secrecy
When on a call you can talk to someone in the
same room, without your caller hearing.
To switch secrecy on/off
C
OK
C
OK
Handsfree
Handsfree allows you to talk to your caller
without holding the handset.
To use handsfree
During a call you can switch to
handsfree mode.
Whilst on a call press the GREEN
PHONE button.
Your handset automatically saves up to 20
telephone numbers dialled and received into a
calls list.
Redial list
Press and hold the GREEN PHONE
button.
To switch handsfree off, press the
GREEN PHONE button again.
To adjust the volume use the UP or
DOWN button to increase or decrease
the volume.
Note
When you end your call the handsfree volume
will return to the default setting of volume
level 2.
Press the C button again to resume
your call.
Redial
When handsfree is active you see the
symbol flashing
▲
▼
During a call, press the C button. C will
now flash to show it is in operation.
The display will show CALLS and then
the last number that was dialled or
received.
▲
▼
Use the UP or DOWN button to scroll
to the number you require.
Press the GREEN PHONE button to
dial the number.
Note
If you press the OK button when a number
in the redial list is displayed you will see the
time and date of the call.
Note
9
To delete the redial list (and calls list),
see page 11.
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Caller Display
Important
To use Caller Display you must first subscribe
to your Network Provider’s Caller Display
Service. A quarterly fee is payable.
For more information on BT Select Services
call BT free on 0800 800 150.
they are stored in the order they were either
received or dialled. If you have stored a name to
go with the number in your handset directory,
the name will be displayed instead. If you
receive more than one call from the same
telephone number then it will only appear once
in the list.
If a call is received when the Calls list is full,
then the oldest entry will be deleted
automatically.
If no number is received for a call then no entry
will appear in the Calls list.
If you have subscribed to a Caller Display
Service you can see who is calling you on your
handset display, (unless the number has been
withheld).
To view and dial a number in the
Calls list
Important
Press and hold the GREEN PHONE
button. The display will show CALLS.
The Caller Display Service will not operate
when your base station is connected to a
switchboard.
The most recently received or dialled
number will be displayed.
Whether you take a call or not, the caller’s
details are stored in the Calls list. The Calls
list holds the telephone numbers of the last 20
people who called you.
You can display, scroll through and dial
numbers on the list.
When you receive a call the caller’s number will
appear on the display. If the caller has withheld
their number then ------------- will appear on the
display. If for some reason the caller’s number
is not available then
will
appear on the display.888888888888
▼
Press the DOWN button to scroll
backwards through the Calls list
towards the older calls in the list.
▲
Press the UP button to scroll forwards
through the Calls list towards the most
recent calls.
When the number you wish to call is
displayed, press the GREEN PHONE
button. The number will be dialled
automatically.
C
OK
Press the C button to exit.
Note
Calls list
The Calls list contains both the telephone
numbers of the people who have called you and
the telephone numbers that you have dialled.
The Calls list holds 20 telephone numbers and
If you press the OK button when a number in
the Calls list is displayed you will see the time
and date of the call.
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To delete all numbers shown in the
redial and calls list
▼
Press the DOWN button until CALLS is
displayed.
C
OK
C
OK
C
OK
Press the OK button. The display will
show DELETE.
Press the OK button to confirm. The
display will show DONE. All numbers in
the redial and calls list have been
deleted.
Press the C button twice to exit.
If an incoming call arrives while you are already
engaged on a telephone call, you will hear a soft
beep every 5 seconds (this beep is not audible
to the person you are speaking to).
Instead of the engaged tone, the second caller
will hear an announcement to hold on as you
are aware that there is a second call.
To use Call Waiting
Recall
To view the length of the last call
Recall
▼
C
Press the DOWN button until CALLS is
displayed.
OK
▼
C
Press the OK button to confirm.
Press the DOWN button until TIME is
displayed.
OK
Press the OK button to confirm.
The length of the last call will be shown
on the display.
C
OK
Press the C button twice to exit.
Call Waiting
Important
To use Call Waiting you must first subscribe to
your Network Provider’s Call Waiting Service.
A quarterly fee is payable.
For more information on BT Select Services
call BT free on 0800 800 150.
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You can answer the second call,
without disconnecting your first caller,
by pressing the RECALL button. The
first caller will be put on hold.
When you have spoken to the second
caller you can return to the first caller
by pressing the RECALL button again.
You can switch back and forth between
the two calls without disconnecting
either if you wish.
If you wish to disconnect the first call
press the RED PHONE button after
speaking to the first caller.
The handset will then ring. Press the
GREEN PHONE button again and
continue with the second caller.
The second caller will only be charged
for their call from the moment you
answer and not while they are waiting
for your initial contact.
50 Name and number directory
You can store up to 50 of your most frequently
used names and numbers.
Quick guide to directory settings menu
1 PHONE BK
11 NEW
12 EDIT
13 DELETE
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To store a name and number in
the directory
To dial a number from the directory
Directory
▼
C
Press the DOWN button until PHONE BK
is displayed.
OK
▼
▲
▼
Press OK to confirm.
Use the DOWN button to scroll to NEW.
C
OK
Press OK to confirm.
Enter the name using the letters on
the keypad.
TUV
8
Entering names
Use the keypad letters to enter names
by using a long press of the button,
i.e. if you press and hold the 8 button
the following characters appear,
T, U, V. You can enter names of up to
8 characters.
TUV
MNO
6
MNO
6
C
OK
C
OK
To enter the letter T, press 8 the cursor
will automatically move to the right and
display the next chosen letter.
To enter O, press 6 and hold.
To edit directory numbers
▲
▼
C
Press the DOWN button until PHONE BK
is displayed.
OK
▲
▼
C
To enter the M, press 6.
OK
▲
▼
If you enter a digit incorrectly you can
delete it by pressing the C button.
OK
C
OK
Press OK to confirm.
Use the UP or DOWN button to scroll
to EDIT.
Press OK to confirm.
Use the UP or DOWN button to find
the entry you want to amend.
C
OK
C
OK
Press OK to confirm.
Enter the telephone number you want
to store.
C
Use the UP or DOWN button to find
the entry you want to dial.
Or
To search alphabetically, press the
relevant keypad number, for example
to find TOM, press the 8 button and
scroll through the entries under T.
Press the GREEN PHONE button to
dial the number.
For example, if you wish to store the
name TOM:
8
Press the DIRECTORY button to enter
the directory.
Press OK to confirm.
Use the C button to delete numbers or
letters.
Edit the entry using the
numbers/letters on the keypad.
Press OK to confirm.
The display will then show DONE.
C
OK
C
OK
Press the C button twice to exit.
Press the OK button to store the
new entry.
The display will then show DONE.
Press the C button twice to exit.
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To delete directory numbers
▲
▼
C
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows PHONE BK.
OK
▼
C
C
If you have multiple handsets registered to a base
you can make internal calls between handsets.
Press the OK button.
To make an internal call to another
handset
Press the DOWN button until the
display shows DELETE.
OK
▲
▼
C
Internal calls
Press the OK button.
Use the UP or DOWN button to select
the name and number you want to
delete.
OK
OK
Intercom
Press the INTERCOM button.
123
Enter the number of the handset you
want to call.
Press the OK button to delete.
Or
The directory name and number has
been deleted.
Enter the digit ✱ if you want to call all
the handsets.
The display will show DONE. (If there are
no numbers in the directory to delete
the display will show EMPTY).
Press the RED PHONE button to
disconnect the call.
Press the C button twice to exit.
Transferring calls
Paging handsets
You can transfer an external call to another
handset registered to the base.
You can alert handset users that they are
wanted, or locate a missing handset. (Paging
calls cannot be answered by a handset.)
To transfer an external call
between handsets
To page a handset from the base
While on an external call:
Press the button on the base.
All handsets registered with the base
will ring.
To end paging, press the button again.
Or
Press the RED PHONE button on
any handset.
C
OK
123
Press the OK button.
Enter the number of the handset to
which you want to transfer the call.
Press the GREEN PHONE button to
transfer the call.
If you wish you can talk to the other
handset user first.
Press the RED PHONE button to
disconnect the call.
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Handset settings
Quick guide to handset settings menu
3 RING
31 MELODY 5 SET
51 LANGUAGE
32 VOLUME
52 END CALL
33 SILENCE
34 BEEPS
Silent ring
▲
▼
C
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows RING.
OK
▼
Ringer melody
▲
▼
C
C
OK
Press the OK button.
C
OK
Press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button until the
display shows SILENT.
OK
▲
▼
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows RING.
Use the UP or DOWN button to select
the melody you require.
Press the OK button.
Use the UP or DOWN button to select
either OFF or ON.
The display will show the
indicate a silent ring.
The display will show MELODY.
▲
▼
Press the OK button.
C
OK
C
OK
symbol to
Press OK to confirm.
The display will show DONE.
Press the C button twice to exit.
There are 6 melodies to choose from.
C
OK
Press OK to confirm.
Note
The display will show DONE.
C
OK
When silent ring is switched on the handset
will not ring or emit any keypad beeps.
Press the C button twice to exit.
Ringer volume
▲
▼
C
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows RING.
OK
Press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button until the
display shows VOLUME.
OK
▲
▼
C
Use the UP or DOWN button to select
the volume you require. There are 4
volume levels to choose from.
OK
OK
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows RING.
OK
Press the OK button.
▼
Press the DOWN button until the
display shows BEEPS.
▲
▼
Use the UP or DOWN button to select
either OFF or ON.
Press the OK button.
C
OK
C
OK
Press OK to confirm.
The display will show DONE.
C
▲
▼
C
▼
C
Keypad beeps
Press OK to confirm.
The display will show DONE.
Press the C button twice to exit.
Press the C button twice to exit.
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To change the display language
▲
▼
C
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows SET.
OK
▼
C
Press the DOWN button until the
display shows LANGUAGE.
OK
▲
▼
C
Press the OK button.
Press the OK button.
System Code
Your base station has a default setting of 0000
but you may want to change this to prevent
unauthorised use of the handset.
If you change your System Code keep record
of the new number by writing it in the space
provided on page 4.
Use the UP or DOWN button to select
the language you require (English,
German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch,
Portuguese or French).
OK
OK
To change your System Code
▲
▼
Press OK to confirm.
The display will show DONE.
C
Base settings
C
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows BASE.
OK
▼
Press the C button twice to exit.
C
Press the DOWN button until the
display shows PARAM.
OK
To switch automatic end call
on or off
▲
▼
C
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows SET.
OK
▼
The display will show F.
Press the 3 button.
1
Press the 1 button.
OLD
CODE
NEW
CODE
Press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button until the
display shows END CALL.
CONFIRM
CODE
C
C
OK
▲
▼
Press the OK button.
Use the UP or DOWN button to select
either OFF or ON.
C
OK
C
OK
Press OK to confirm.
The display will show DONE.
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Press the C button twice to exit.
Press the OK button.
DEF
3
If you switch automatic end call ON
you can end a call by simply placing
the handset back on the base. This
means you won’t always have to press
the RED PHONE button to end a call.
Press the OK button.
OK
Enter the existing code (0000 if not
changed). As you enter each digit in
turn, the dash will stop flashing.
Four dashes will be shown on the
display. Enter your new System Code.
As you enter each digit in turn the
dash will disappear.
Enter your new System Code again.
Press the C button twice to exit.
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ABC
To change the base station ringer
melody
▲
▼
C
Press the 2 button.
▲
▼
Use the UP or DOWN button to select
the volume. The base will play a sample
ring on each press. There are 4 volume
levels to choose from (no ringing, low,
medium and high).
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows BASE.
OK
▼
C
2
Press the OK button.
C
OK
C
OK
Press the DOWN button until the
display shows PARAM.
OK
Press the OK button.
Press OK to confirm.
The display will show F.
Press the C button to exit.
The display will show F.
ABC
2
PQRS
Press the 2 button.
7
Press the 7 button.
1
Press the 1 button.
▲
▼
C
Base station priority
If you are using multiple bases, you can select
which base your handset will use.
To change base station priority
Use the UP or DOWN button to select
the melody you require. The base will
play a sample melody on each press.
There are 6 melodies to choose from.
OK
▲
▼
Press OK to confirm.
C
The display will show F.
C
OK
OK
▼
Press the C button to exit.
C
To change the base station ringer
volume
▲
▼
C
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows BASE.
OK
▼
C
Press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button until the
display shows PRIORITY.
OK
Press the OK button.
The display will show NONE.
▲
▼
Use the UP or DOWN button to select
either NONE, 1, 2, 3 or 4.
C
OK
C
OK
Press OK to confirm.
The display will show DONE.
Press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button until the
display shows PARAM.
OK
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows BASE.
Press the C button twice to exit.
Press the OK button.
The display will show F.
ABC
2
PQRS
7
Press the 2 button.
Press the 7 button.
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To view the date and time
C
OK
Press OK to confirm.
The display will show F.
▲
▼
C
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows BASE.
OK
▼
C
C
To set the date
▲
▼
Press the OK button.
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows BASE.
The display will show F.
C
Press the 1 button twice.
1
C
Press the DOWN button to display
the time.
OK
OK
▼
The display will show the current date.
▼
C
Press the DOWN button until the
display shows PARAM.
OK
1
Press the 1 button.
Press the 3 button.
3
The current date is displayed
i.e. 05 02 2002.
Enter the date.
▼
Press the UP button to go back a digit
if you make a mistake and enter the
correct digit. (Please note that you
cannot change the 20 of 2002).
To set the time
C
OK
▼
C
OK
Press the OK button.
The display will show F.
1
ABC
2
Press the 1 button.
Press the 2 button.
The current time is displayed.
Enter the time.
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C
OK
C
OK
Press OK to confirm.
The display will show F.
Press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button until the
display shows PARAM.
Press the OK button.
DEF
If you subscribe to a Caller Display Service
the time and date will be set automatically.
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows BASE.
Press the OK button.
The display will show F.
Press the C button twice to exit.
Note
▲
▼
Press the C button to exit.
Press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button until the
display shows PARAM.
OK
OK
Press the C button to exit.
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Using additional handsets
and bases
Using additional handsets
and bases
Up to six handsets can be registered and
operated from any one base. This allows you to
make internal calls between two handsets while
a third is making an external call.
C
D EF
2
3
MN
J KL
6
5
PQRS
T UV
7
O
GHI
4
WXYZ
8
If you purchase new handsets to use with your
current BT On-Air 2100, they will not be preregistered to a base station. You will need to do
this before you can use them.
To register a handset to a base
station (if you have not changed the
System Code from 0000)
OK
A BC
1
Registering additional handsets
9
0
C
OK
2
3
OK
D EF
2
GHI
3
MN
J KL
6
5
4
PQRS
WXYZ
9
T UV
7
WXYZ
8
0
O
6
T UV
8
A BC
1
MN
J KL
5
PQRS
7
O
GHI
4
C
D EF
A BC
1
9
0
Note
BT On-Air 1100
C
C
A BC
2
J KL
5
T UV
8
A BC
2
D EF
3
D EF
3
GHI
4
J KL
5
MN
6
O
PQRS
7
MN
6
O
GHI
4
OK
OK
1
1
PQRS
7
T UV
8
WXYZ
9
WXYZ
9
0
0
C
1
PQRS
OK
A BC
2
J KL
5
T UV
8
D EF
3
MN
6
O
GHI
4
7
WXYZ
9
0
Each handset can also be registered on up to
four bases.
Each additional handset you purchase must be
registered to a base.
Your handset supplied is pre-registered (as
Handset 1) to its base (as Base 1).
Note
Please note that when you register a
handset in the following way any previous
base that the handset has been registered to
will be deleted. To prevent the deletion of
other registered bases please register using
the process on page 18 even if you have not
changed the system code from 0000.
If you have registered your handset to more
than one base you can prioritise which
base you want your handset to use. For
instructions on base station priority, see
page 16.
At the base:Press and hold down the button on the
base until it starts to flash.
To register a non BT On-Air additional
handset i.e. another DECT GAP compatible
handset to the On-Air 2100 Classic base
please follow the instructions in your
handset’s user guide.
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On the handset:-
▲
▼
C
To register a new handset to a
base (if you have changed System
code from 0000)
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows BASE.
OK
Press the OK button.
On the handset:-
The display will show REGIST.
Note
If the handset has not been registered to
any other base you do not need to press the
UP or DOWN button to display BASE.
Once charged and switched on the display
will show REGIST already. Simply carry out
the following instructions to register.
C
OK
▲
▼
C
OK
C
OK
OK
Press the OK button.
The display will show REGIST.
Press the OK button.
The display will show AUTO.
▼
Press the DOWN button until CUSTOM is
displayed.
The available bases will be displayed.
Press the OK button.
▲
▼
The display will show AUTO.
C
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows BASE.
Use the UP or DOWN button to select
the base you want to register your
handset to.
Press OK to confirm.
C
OK
Press the OK button.
The display will show CODE?.
CODE
The display will show _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .
Enter your 4 digit base system code
(once only).
C
Press the OK button.
-2-
OK
Note
To check whether registration has been
successful, press the GREEN PHONE button
and listen for the dial tone. If there is no
dial tone either you have not registered the
handset correctly or the telephone line cord
is not plugged in properly.
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At the base:Press and hold the button on the base
until it begins to flash.
On the handset:The display will show 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.
▲
▼
Use the UP or DOWN button to select
the handset you wish to register.
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C
OK
Press the OK button.
The display will show REGIST and then
return to:
-2-
Note
When planning to use a handset with more
than one base, we recommend that you:
• Number each handset (from 1- 6).
• Register your handset(s) at base 2
(and 3 & 4 if used) using the same internal
number as at base 1.
When registered to more than one base, the
base unit will automatically allocate itself
a number.
To de-register a handset from
the base
Helpline
▲
▼
C
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows BASE.
OK
▼
C
If you are experiencing difficulty, please call
the BT On-Air Helpline on 0870 240 4682.
Press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button until the
display shows PARAM.
OK
DEF
Press the OK button.
Press the 3 button twice.
3
CODE
Enter your base system code (0000 if
not changed).
All registered handset numbers are
displayed.
Enter the number of the handset you
wish to de-register.
C
OK
Press the C button to exit.
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General information
Guarantee
Your BT On-Air 2100 Classic is guaranteed for a
period of 12 months from the date of purchase.
Subject to the terms listed below the guarantee
will provide for the repair of, or at BT’s or its
agent’s discretion the option to replace the BT
On-Air 2100 Classic, or any component thereof,
(other than batteries), which is identified as
faulty or below standard, or as a result of
inferior workmanship or materials. Products
over 28 days old from the date of purchase may
be replaced with a refurbished product.
The conditions of this guarantee are:
• The guarantee shall only apply to defects
that occur within the 12 month guarantee
period.
• Proof of purchase is provided.
• The equipment is returned to BT or its agent
as instructed.
• This guarantee does not cover any faults or
defects caused by accidents, misuse, fair
wear and tear, neglect, tampering with the
equipment, or any attempt at adjustment or
repair other than through approved agents.
• This guarantee does not affect your
statutory rights.
Within the 12-month guarantee period:
If you experience a problem with your product
you should contact the Helpline on 0870
240 4682. Calls are charged at national call
rates. If the problem is not remedied, you will be
advised to return your product to the Helpline.
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Outside the 12-month guarantee period:
If your product needs repair after the guarantee
period has ended, the repair must meet the
approval requirements for connection to the
telephone network. We recommend that you call
the Helpline on 0870 240 4682 and ask for details
of our recommended repair agents.
If you have to return your product
If the Helpline are unable to remedy your problem
they will ask you to return the product. Pack the
base station and handset securely, preferably in
the original packaging. All parts must be
returned, including line cords, power supplies
and original batteries. (Please note that we can
not take responsibility for goods damaged in
transit). Use the self adhesive Freepost label to
post your product.
If you have lost the label please call the Helpline
for instructions.
Important
Keep proof of posting
Make sure the Post Office give you proof
of posting.
Technical information
How many handsets can you have?
All items of telephone equipment have a Ringer
Equivalence Number (REN) which is used to
calculate the number of items that may be
connected to any one telephone line.
The BT On-Air 2100 Classic (with up to 6
handsets) has a total REN of 1. Any other
instrument provided by BT may be assumed to
have a REN of 1 unless stated otherwise.
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Helpline
If you are experiencing difficulty, please call
the BT On-Air Helpline on 0870 240 4682.
A total REN of 4 is allowed per telephone line.
(For example: if the BT On-Air Classic is used
in conjunction with three extension telephones,
each with a REN of 1, then the total REN = 4)
Only use approved power supply item code:
872101.
Only use approved batteries supply item code:
872102.
Switchboard compatibility
Generally this telephone may be connected
to switchboards which support tone signalling
and timed break recall. In the event of any
difficulties please consult your switchboard
service provider.
Recall
To activate Recall
RTTE
This apparatus was designed in compliance with
European Council decision Number 98/482/EC
relative to pan-European connection in view to
its connection on the Public Switched
Telephone Network (PSTN). It is in conformity
with Standards TBR21, TBR38(*)ETSI 201 121.
This is of use when connected to some
switchboards i.e. to transfer calls or for
some BT Select Services or those
services available via your Network
Provider. It is only available when a call
is in progress.
When you need to use recall during
a call:-
(*) Terminals integrating an analogue handset function.
If problems arise, your supplier should be
contacted first.
The EC marking attests product conformity
with the essential requirements in compliance
with Directives 73/23/EC for User Safety,
89/336/EC for Electromagnetic perturbations
and 98/13/EC for Telecommunication
network access.
Recall
Press the RECALL button.
appears on the display.
The manufacturer declares that the products
have been manufactured in conformity with
Annex III of RTTE Directive 99/05/EC.
Please note this product does not support
earth recall.
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To switch between tone and pulse
dialling
▲
▼
C
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows BASE.
OK
▲
▼
C
Press the OK button.
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows PARAM.
OK
Switchboard external line
access code
When you connect your telephone to a
switchboard, you can set the switchboard’s
external line access code so that when you make
an external call using the handset directory,
redial list or preparatory dialling the code is
automatically dialled before the number.
Press the OK button.
To set the external line access code
The display will show F.
A
AB
BC
C
2
Press the 2 button twice.
▲
▼
Use the UP or DOWN button to select
either 1 for tone or 2 for pulse (the
default setting is tone).
C
OK
Press the OK button to confirm.
C
OK
Press the C button to exit.
▲
▼
C
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows BASE.
OK
▲
▼
C
Press the OK button.
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows PARAM.
OK
Press the OK button.
The display will show F.
ABC
Press the 2 button.
G HI
4
Press the 4 button.
1
Press the 1 button.
2
Enter the switchboard external line
access code, e.g. 9.
You can enter codes up to 8 digits in
length.
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C
OK
Press OK to confirm,
C
OK
Press the C button to exit.
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To activate and de-activate the
external line access code
To set the number of digits
▲
▼
C
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows BASE.
OK
▲
▼
Press the OK button.
C
▲
▼
C
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows PARAM.
OK
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows BASE.
OK
▲
▼
Press the OK button.
C
Press the UP or DOWN button until
the display shows PARAM.
OK
The display will show F.
ABC
2
4
ABC
2
2
Press the 4 button.
G HI
4
Press the 2 button.
DEF
Enter the number of digits you dial to
make internal calls to other extensions
on your switchboard.
C
OK
C
OK
Press the OK button.
The display will show F.
Press the 2 button.
ABC
G HI
Press the OK button.
Press the 2 button.
Press the 4 button.
3
Press the 3 button.
▲
▼
Use the UP or DOWN button to select
0 to de-activate, or 1 to activate.
Press OK to confirm.
C
OK
Press OK to confirm.
Press the C button to exit.
C
OK
Press the C button to exit.
Note
For the external line access code to be dialled
for external calls only, it is important that all
external numbers stored in your handset
memories contain more digits than the number
of digits required to make an internal call to
other extensions on your switchboard.
This is most likely to occur when you have
local external numbers stored in the handset
memories without the area code. To overcome
potential problems ensure that all numbers
are stored complete with area code.
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Wall mounting
2
1
1 Push the base-mount
forward onto the rear
of the base.
2 Once slotted into the rear
of the base, slide upwards
to lock into position.
If wall mounting your BT On-Air 2100 Classic,
use this guide for position.
• Make sure that you are not drilling into any
hidden wiring and check that the power cable
will reach from the mains socket to the
charger. Switch the power adaptor off at the
mains and remove the adaptor plug from its
socket.
• Drill two holes 25mm deep using a 3mm drill,
122mm apart to take the wall plugs.
• Put wall plugs into the drill holes and then
insert both screws. Leave 2-3mm between
the head of the screw and the wall. You are
now able to mount the base to the wall.
• Fit the base onto the two screws. If necessary,
tighten or loosen the screws for the best fit.
• Put the handset back in the base and switch
the power back on at the wall socket.
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Wall mounting template
WALL PLUG
122 mm
WALL
SCREW
122mm
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Index
Additional handsets and bases
18
Display language
15
Automatic end call
15
Earpiece volume
8
Base settings
15
External line access code
Base station priority
16
General information
21
Guarantee
21
Battery
charge
low warning
performance
replacing
6
6
6
7
Belt clip
7
Caller Display
10
Handset fascias
Handset power
Handset settings
23
7
8
14
Handsfree
9
Helpline
6
8
Internal calls
13
Call waiting
11
Keypad beeps
14
Calls
end
external
internal
make
receive
redial
secrecy
transfer
8
8
13
8
8
9
9
13
Language
15
Calls list
10
Call timer
Date – set
17
Delete
calls/redial list
directory
11
13
De-register handsets
20
Desk mounting
Directory
delete
dial
edit
store
5
11
13
12
12
12
Making calls
8
Melody
base
handset
16
14
Menu structure
Name and number memory
delete
dial
edit
store
2
11
13
12
12
12
On/Off
automatic end call
power
secrecy
Paging
15
8
9
13
Power on/off
8
Power supply
5
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Preparatory dialling
Priority base selection
16
Pulse dialling
23
Recall
22
Redial
Registering additional handsets
9
18
REN
21
Returning your product
21
Ringer volume
base
handset
16
14
Safety information
4
Secrecy
9
Setting up
5
Silent ring
14
Store a number
12
Switchboard access code
22
Switchboard compatibility
22
System code
15
Technical information
21
Telephone line cord
29
8
7
Time – set
17
Tone dialling
23
Transferring calls
13
View date and time
17
Volume
base ringer
earpiece
handset ringer
16
8
14
Wall mounting
25
Wall mounting template
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The telecommunications services described in this publication
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Services and equipment are provided subject to British Telecommunications
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forms any part of any contract.
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