ClearSounds i700 iCreations Product information guide

i-700
Extension Handset
Product
Information Guide
Technical Specifications
Frequency Range
1.92~1.93GHz
Channels
60 Duplex channels
RF Carrier Power
<100mW
Modulation
GFSK
Frequency Stability
<±
Charging time
15 hours
Ambient temperature
Normal: 15℃ ~ 35℃, Extreme: 0℃ ~ 40℃
Humidity
0%~90%
Size (mm)
Handset: 162 x 50 x 24; Charger: 92 x 75 x 33
Power supply
Handset input: Ni-MH 1.2V x 2, 800mAh;
Charger input: 7.5V, 300 mA
50 KHz
? Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
This guide contains helpful information
that enables you to enjoy all of the features
of your phone.
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the color DECT BT phone. Your new
DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications) can
connect to an iPhone with Bluetooth function, which enables you
to make calls through cell phone lines and landline. Enjoy these
additional features, as well:
Large displays and accessible menus.
Color display - Customizable with wallpapers and backgrounds.
Contacts list - Your personal phonebook of up to 200 listings,
arranged alphabetically.
Phonebook synchronization - You can download the
phonebook from iPhone and review it via your DECT phone.
Speakerphone - Enjoy handsfree conversations.
12 rings tones and sleep mode - Sleep mode automatically
switches the phone to the minimum volume at night.
Alarm clock
Personal cordless network - Connect up to five handsets to
your base. Each handset can access up to four additional base
units in order to extend your total wireless coverage.
Because we are committed to continuous quality improvement,
specifications and features may vary without prior notice.
Certain services, such as Caller ID, are available only if provided by
your local telephone network.
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Symptom
Solution
The handset can only
receive calls. The keypad
locked.
Press and hold
The phone doesn't work
properly with some special
services or if it is connected
to an exchange extension
(PABX).
Check the Flash time and set it
properly.
The battery charge level is
very low.
Clean the charging pins, and if
the problem is still not solved,
replace the batteries.
Logical malfunctioning in
the handset or base unit.
Try resetting the handset or the
base.
Disable Bluetooth in the
iPhone and then enable it
again, the disconnected
Bluetooth connection
between the base and the
iPhone cannot be
automatically resumed.
Due to differences in each
iPhone's software, so it is normal
for some iPhone that the
Bluetooth connection cannot be
automatically resumed. If in this
case, please establish the
Bluetooth connection manually
(See P20~ P21 "Connecting an
iPhone").
If there are interference
signals near or iPhone was
taken away from the base
(longer than 10 meters)
ever, the phone may lose
the connection with iPhone.
Switch off Bluetooth feature on
iPhone, then switch it on again.
/ Power off the base and then
power on.
.
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Chapter 10: Additional Information
Troubleshooting
Symptom
The handset doesn't
turn on.
Solution
Try charging the handset for a few
minutes, then remove it from the
base. If it still doesn't turn on, check
the battery installation.
If these efforts are unsuccessful, try
replacing the batteries.
Contact an authorized service
center.
The handset works, but
it doesn't access the
base unit.
Check the connection of the
switching power supply.
Try registering the handset to the
base.
The handset works and
it accesses the base unit,
but no dial tone is heard.
Check the connection of the phone
line cord.
The handset works
perfectly, but a beep
occurs during phone
calls.
Check the batteries charge and
charge them if necessary.
There is noise and audio
interference during
phone calls.
Get closer to the base unit. If you
can access more base units, try
selecting a closer one.
The handset works
perfectly, but it doesn't
ring with incoming calls.
Select another ring level.
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Warnings
Your DECT BT phone has been carefully designed to give you
years of safe, reliable performance. As with all electrical
equipment, however, there are a few basic precautions that you
should take to avoid hurting yourself or damaging the unit:
! Read the instructions in this handbook carefully. Be sure to save it for
future reference.
! Read and follow all warning and instruction labels on the equipment
itself.
! Be sure to use only the switching power supply in the package, and
ensure that your power source matches the rating listed for it. If you
are not sure, check with your dealer or with your local power
company.
! Avoid strong shocks. Don't use the switching power supply if it has
received any hard knocks or looks damaged in any way; immediately
contact an authorised service center.
! Hold your handset firmly. Otherwise it may fall and be damaged.
! Do not operate the phone in an explosive atmosphere.
! Do not use the phone near water, or spill liquid of any kind on it. If
you think that liquid has penetrated the phone, immediately unplug
it, dry it with a soft, clean cloth and contact your dealer.
! Respect the environmental conditions. All of the parts of this
equipment are designed for indoor use only. Never expose them to
extremely hot or cold temperatures. Don't expose the cordless
telephone to excessive vibrations or dusty, rainy places.
! Never try to disassemble or service the equipment by yourself (aside
from the routine maintenance described in this handbook). Doing so
immediately voids the warranty, and you can cause damage
requiring extensive repair work. Always contact your local dealer for
assistance.
! Handle the batteries properly. Particularly, strictly follow the
directions stated in this guide.
! Never use the phone with non-suitable batteries, and charge them
only with the supplied base. The use of any non-genuine parts can
create hazards, electric shocks and other risks, and voids the
warranty.
! In case of problems, please refer to this information guide or contact
your dealer or the nearest official service center. Every service
operation not provided by official service centers voids the warranty.
! The phone cannot be used to place calls, including emergency calls,
under these conditions: during power failure, if batteries are
defective or depleted, or if the keypad is locked.
! Do not use this phone near emergency medical equipment or near
people with implanted electrical devices, such as pacemakers.
Additionally, radio signals between the handset and the base can
interfere with hearing aids, causing strong noise.
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Contents
Contacts
Home
Chapter 1: Getting Started
7 Features List
Cell 1
9 Phone Layout
Cell 2
10 Key Functions
Handset
12 Handset Screen
PIN code
13 Package Contents
Register
14 Connecting
14 Installing the Batteries
Select base
15 Charging
Reset handset
15 Turning On or Off the Phone
16 Registering a New Handset
Auto answer
17 Deactivating a Handset
Language
18 Choosing the Dialing Mode
18 Setting Date & Time
Base
PIN:
(1590)
Chapter 2: Bluetooth
Flash time
Dial mode
20 Pairing with an iPhone
20 Connecting an iPhone
Release handset
22 Disconnecting an iPhone
Change PIN
23 Removing a Paired iPhone
Chapter 3: Basic Functions
24 Making a Call
26 Receiving a Call
Base reset
Date and time
Set Clock
27 Using the Speakerphone
Date format
27 Adjusting the Volume
Time format
27 Muting a Call
28 Last Number Redial
Alarm
Sleep mode
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Chapter 9: Menu Structure
28 Flash Signal
28 Using a Pause
29 Out of Range Indicator
Bluetooth
Add device
Device list
29 Locking the Keypad
30 Paging
30 Temporary Tone-Dial Switchover
31 Intercom
Display
Contrast
31 Transferring Calls between Handsets
32 Three-way Conference Calling
Wallpaper
Background
Handset name
Chapter 4: Display and Sound
33 Display Contrast
33 Wallpaper
34 Background color
Sound
Cell ringtone
PSTN ringtone
34 Handset Name
35 Ring Setting
36 Key Tone
INT ringtone
36 Power Off Tone
Key tone
37 Charging Tone
Power off tone
Chapter 5: Call Logs
Charging tone
38 Answered or Missed Calls
40 Dialed Calls List
Call logs
Missed calls
Answered calls
Dialed calls
Chapter 6: Contacts
41 Storing Contact Entries
42 Character Map
43 Reviewing or Dialing a Number in Contacts
44 Speed Dial
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44 Editing or Deleting Contacts
45 Download Phonebook from the iPhone
Chapter 7: Settings
46 Changing the Handset & Base PIN
48 Selecting a Base
49 Resetting the Handset or the Base
51 Auto Answer
51 Language
52 Flash Time
Chapter 8: Date and Time
53 Date Format
53 Time Format
54 Alarm
55 Sleep Mode
56 Chapter 9: Menu Structure
Chapter 10: Additional Information
Sleep Mode
This feature enables you to not be disturbed by the ring tone at
night. If the sleep mode is activated, the ring volume
automatically switches to volume level 1 during the period of
time that you set.
1 Press
2 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Date and time
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
3 Press Down
to choose Sleep mode, then press
beneath Select.
or Down
to choose "ON" to activate this
4 Press Up
beneath
feature or choose "OFF" to deactivate it, press
Select to confirm.
5 If you choose "ON", enter the period of time that you define
as sleep mode time, in 24-Hour format, and then press
beneath OK.
Note:
appears to the right of
and set an alarm.
if you activate sleep mode
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Alarm
Chapter 1: Getting Started
You can set an alarm to ring once or ring in regular intervals
about every 10 minutes.
Features List
Activating the Alarm Feature
Color DECT BT Phone
1 Press
2 Press
3 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Date and time
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
beneath Select to choose Alarm.
or Down
4 Press Up
beneath Select.
to choose "ON", and then press
5 Use the numeric keys to enter the time using the HH:MM
format.
6 Press
beneath Select to save the alarm time setting.
7 Press the Left
or Right
to select the ring type.
beneath Select to save the setting and return to
8 Press
the previous menu.
beneath Stop to stop it
9 When the alarm sounds, press
or press
beneath Snooze to let it ring again after 10
minutes.
Deactivating the Alarm Feature
1 Perform steps 1 through 3 from the last section, and then
choose "OFF", and then press
beneath Select.
Notes:
If you selected 12-HOUR in the Time format menu, enter
the time in 12h format and use the Up
or Down
to
select AM or PM.
appears on the screen.
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1.8G/1.9G and 2.4G DECT
Bluetooth connection
Receives and makes landline and cell phone calls
Reduce cellphone radiation
2 iPhones can sync. connect to the base
Call switch between DECT phone and your iPhone
1.8 inches large color display
Contact list (200 entries for landline, each 500 entries for cell1
& cell2)
Phonebook synchronization
Call log (30 missed, 30 answered, 20 dialed)
Up to five handsets can be registered with one base
Up to four bases can be registered with one handset
12 polyphonic and three monophonic ring tones
Four ringer volume levels
Three-way conference calling
Call transfer
Call hold
Languages options
Adjustable voice volume (5 levels)
Adjustable contrast (11 levels)
Handsfree speakerphone
High definition sound
Key tones (selectable)
Auto answering (selectable)
12 selectable wallpapers
9 selectable background colors
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Call duration display
Internal calling
Password protection
Mute function
Real clock (12-hour or 24-hour)
Keypad lock
Redial, Flash, Pause
Preparation dialing
Sleep mode selection
Alarm
Landline
FSK/DTMF Caller ID
Incoming call indicator
Private/Out of area notification
Message waiting notification
Selectable dialing mode
Selectable Flash time
Chapter 8: Date and Time
Date Format
If you have set the date, you can choose the date format.
1 Press
2 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Date and time
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
3 Press Down
to choose Date format, then press
beneath Select. Three different date formats appear,
(MM/DD, DD/MM and MM-DD).
4 Press Up
or Down
to highlight the format that you
beneath Select.
prefer, then press
Time Format
If you have set the time, you can choose the time format.
1 Press
2 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Date and time
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
or Down
to choose Time format, then press
3 Press Up
beneath Select. Two different time formats appear, (12hour and 24-hour).
4 Press Up
or Down
to highlight the format that you
beneath Select.
prefer, then press
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Flash Time
Phone Layout
During a conversation,
allows you to access special services
offered by your telephone network or to transfer a call to
another extension if you are connected to a PABX (Private
Automatic Branch of eXchange).
Handset
Earpiece
If your
key does not work properly, you need to adjust the
Flash time, as follows:
1 Press
2 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Base
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
3 You are prompted to enter the current base PIN code (the
default PIN is 1590). Use the numeric keys to enter and
beneath OK.
press
Navigation
keys
LCD Screen
(1.8 inches)
Select key
iPhone key
Back key
Speaker key
Loudspeaker
Battery
compartment
cover
beneath Select to access Flash time. The current
4 Press
setting appears.
5 Press Left
or Right
to choose the desired flash time,
beneath Save. You can choose from 100ms,
then press
120ms, 300ms or 600ms.
Microphone
Charging pins
Charger
Charging cradle
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Key Functions
Press to enter # or to switch between upper case and
lower case letters in the English mode.
Press and hold to turn on or off the keypad lock function.
Select keys: Press to perform the function listed above
the key.
Press to turn on the phone. If you press and hold, the
phone turns off. While navigating through menus,
briefly press it to cancel your input and return to the
main screen. During a call, briefly press it to end the
call.
Auto Answer
You can answer a call by simply picking up the handset from
the base, without pressing any key.
1 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Handset
2 Press
to choose
, then press
3 Press Up
or Down
beneath Select.
press
beneath Select.
to choose Auto answer, then
or Down
to choose "ON" to activate this
4 Press Up
beneath
feature or choose "OFF" to deactivate it, press
Select.
Press to place and answer landline calls.
Press to place and answer iPhone calls.
Press to activate the speakerphone for handsfree
operation during a call.
Language
You can change the language used to display the menu
messages. There are multiple languages available.
1 Press
Press to scroll up or down when browsing menus.
In standby mode:
Left: Press to place an internal call.
Right: Press to review outgoing calls list.
Up: Press to view incoming calls list.
Down: Press to review contacts.
During use:
Up: Increases earpiece volume.
Down: Decreases earpiece volume.
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beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
2 Press
Handset
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
3 Press Up
or Down
to choose Language, then press
beneath Select. The current language appears.
4 Press Up
want, press
or Down
to select the language that you
beneath Select.
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Select Keys
Resetting the Base
1 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Base
2 Press
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
3 The handset prompts you to enter the current base PIN code
(the default PIN is 1590). Use the numeric keys to enter the
beneath OK.
PIN, and then press
4 Press Up
or Down
beneath Select.
Contacts
Left:
Select
Back
Right:
OK
Save
.
Be careful! When you reset the handset, you will lose any
data stored in it (e.g. Numbers in the incoming and outgoing
lists). Jot them down before resetting the handset.
Resetting the base does not affect the handsets registered to
the base.
Cancel
Pause
Redial
Option
beneath OK to confirm.
Notes:
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button to initiate the function
Menu
to choose Base reset, then press
5 "B Reset ?" appears. Press
6 Press
Press the left
or right
shown above it, on the display.
Delete
Contacts
Enter the Contacts list.
Back
Return to the previous menu.
Cancel
Cancel your setting.
Delete
Clear digits or characters.
Pause
Insert a pause while dialing a number.
Redial
Redial the last-dialed number.
Select
Select the highlighted menu item.
Save
Save a contact number.
Option
List options during a call.
OK
Confirm a selection.
Menu
Enter the main menu:
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Handset Screen
Resetting the Handset or the Base
The screen shows various icons.
If you reset the handset or the base, all of the user-selectable
features restore to the factory settings: When resetting the
handset, the incoming and outgoing lists will be erased, but the
Contacts and Flash time do not reset.
Signal strength. The greater the number of
bars, the stronger the signal.
The handset and base can be reset independently. It is useful
for the following purposes:
The landline is engaged.
The cellphone line is engaged.
az or AZ
0-9
Indicates the case in which letters will be
entered (upper case or lower case).
Indicates that only digits can be entered.
If you have made many wrong settings and you want to
restore the handset to the factory presets.
If the phone shows logical malfunctions (incorrect symbols
on the display, incorrect behavior, etc.), the problem can be
caused by a switching power supply noise or an electrostatic
spike that can temporarily alter the memory of the internal
microprocessor. Resetting could solve the problem.
Battery charge level.
Fully charged status
Very low battery warning
Low battery
Resetting the Handset
1 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Handset
Ringer volume is deactivated.
2 Press
Sleep mode is activated.
3 Press Up
or Down
to choose Reset handset, then
beneath Select.
press
Alarm clock is set.
The microphone is temporarily muted during a
conversation.
4 The handset asks you to enter the current handset PIN code
(the default PIN is 1590). Use the numeric keys to enter and
beneath OK. "Reset ?" appears. Press
beneath
press
OK to confirm.
Speakerphone is enabled.
5 Press
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
.
There are one or more missed calls.
Keypad is locked.
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Selecting a Base
Package Contents
Your handset can be used with up to 4 base units, provided that
it has been registered with them. This menu option enables you
to select which base you want to use:
Once you have unpacked your phone, make sure that you have
all of these parts. If any component is missing or broken, please
call your dealer.
1 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Handset
2 Press
to choose
3 Press Up
or Down
beneath Select.
press
or Down
4 Press Up
beneath Select.
5 Press
, then press
beneath Select.
to choose Select base, then
i-700
Extension Handset
Product
Information Guide
to select the base, then press
Handset
Charger
.
Information
guide
Notes:
appears to the right of the selected base.
2 Ni-MH Batteries
Switching power
supply
If the selected base has not been registered with your
handset, "Not registered" appears.
At step 4, if you select "Best base", handset finds the first
available unit as you move around.
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*The shapes of the plug varies according to each country's specification.
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Base PIN
Connecting
Connect the plug of the power supply to the power jack of the charger,
and then plug the power supply into a standard AC wall outlet.
1 Press
2 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Base
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
3 The handset prompts you to enter the current base PIN code
(the default PIN is 1590). Use the numeric keys to enter the
beneath OK.
code and press
4 Press Up
or Down
beneath Select.
To AC wall outlet
to choose Change PIN, then press
5 Enter the new four-digit PIN, and press
beneath OK.
6 Enter the new PIN code again to confirm it, then press
beneath OK to save the setting.
Installing the Batteries
Rechargeable Ni-MH batteries (AAA size, 1.2V, 800mAh) come with your
phone. Install the batteries before use.
1 Slide the battery cover in the direction of the arrow, and then pull
it out.
2 Insert new batteries as indicated, matching correct polarity (+,-).
3 To replace the battery cover, sliding the cover up until it snaps
into place.
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Chapter 7: Settings
Notes:
Changing the Handset & Base PIN
Base and handset PINs are required to protect your phone
against unauthorized use. They are set to 1590 at the factory.
You can change the PINs as follows:
Handset PIN
1 Press
2 Press
3 Press
Replace batteries if they don't recover their full storage
capacity after recharging.
When replacing the batteries, always use high quality Ni-MH
re-chargeable batteries. Never use other types of batteries.
Charging
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Handset
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
beneath Select to choose PIN code.
4 Enter the current PIN code, then press
beneath OK.
5 Enter the new four-digit PIN, and press
beneath OK.
6 Enter the new PIN code again to confirm it, then press
beneath OK to save the setting.
Note:
At step 4, if you enter the wrong PIN, your phone generates
a warning sound.
Before initial operation, fully charge the
DECT phone for 15 hours or more.
To charge the DECT phone, simply place
it on the charger.
Note:
When charging, the bars in
scroll.
Turning On or Off the Phone
When you place the handset (DECT phone) on the base, it
automatically turns on.
To turn on the handset (when it's off), press
To turn off the handset, press
.
until "Goodbye!" appears.
Note:
Nothing appears on the screen when the battery power is
very low. Fully charge the handset before use.
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Registering a New Handset
3 Press
The supplied handset needs to be registered to a base before
use. To share your phone line with other people, you can
register up to 5 handsets to the same base. To do this, assign a
new number to each handset that you register. For security
reasons, the registration procedure can only be performed by
people who are close to your base and know the REGISTER
PIN. Please note that this PIN cannot be modified.
or Down
to choose the desired option:
4 Press Up
Edit - allows you to edit the selected entry.
Delete - deletes the selected entry.
Delete all - deletes all of the contact entries.
1 On the base, press and hold
and then release the button.
2 Press
for about three seconds,
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Handset
3 Press
Select.
4 Press Down
Select.
to choose
, and then press
to choose Register, then press
beneath
beneath
5 Press Up
or Down
to choose the base number that
beneath Select to search the base. The
you want. Press
display shows a series of characters.
6 Press
beneath Select to confirm. The display asks you
to enter the AC (the authentication code is 1590). Enter this
beneath Select.
code and press
7 If the registration is successful, a confirm tone occurs and
the new handset shows the handset number (e.g. 1).
beneath Select to display the option menus.
Download Phonebook from the iPhone
Up to 2 cell phonebooks can be downloaded to your DECT
phone via Bluetooth wireless technology. Each downloaded
phonebook can store up to 500 entries. You can access any
phonebook entry and use it to make a call on the landline or
either of two iPhones.
1 Make sure that the iPhone is already connected to the DECT
phone with Bluetooth, and place your iPhone next to the
telephone base during the downloading.
2 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Contacts
beneath Select to choose
, then press Up
3 Press
or Down
to choose Cell 1 or Cell 2.
to choose Update, then press
4 If available, press Down
beneath Select. The contacts from the iPhone is updated
on the DECT phone.
5 After that, you can review the iPhone's contacts via your
DECT phone.
Important Note:
Since the speed of Bluetooth transmission is limited, the
process of contacts downloading may last for several minutes.
If there is an incoming call when contacts downloading is in
progress, the downloading is terminated. You have to repeat
above operations.
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Speed Dial
Note:
You can store up to 9 speed dial numbers on the numeric
keypad (0~9), so you can easily dial the numbers by pressing
and holding the associated numeric key.
To extend radio coverage, a handset can be registered to up
to 4 different base units. A base can be used with up to 5
handsets, and one base can connect to only one handset at
a time.
Storing Speed Dial Numbers
1 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Contacts
2 Press
beneath Select to choose
beneath Select to choose Home.
or Down
3 Press Up
beneath Select.
, then press
to choose Speed dial, then press
or Down
to select the desired
4 Repeatedly press Up
beneath Modify.
location (KEY 1~KEY 9), and then press
Deactivating a Handset
If necessary, you can clear a handset’s registration, but you
cannot deactivate the handset that you are using.
1 Press
2 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Base
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
or Down
to scroll to the desired
5 You can press Up
beneath Select.
entries, and then press
3 Enter the current base PIN (the default is 1590) and press
beneath OK.
6 Press
or Down
to choose Release handset, then
4 Press Up
beneath Select. "H Desub ?" appears. Use the
press
keypad to press the handset number for which you want to
beneath OK. A confirm
clear the registration, then press
tone occurs, and the handset cannot be used anymore with
the base.
beneath Select again to confirm.
Dialing a Speed Dial Number
Press and hold the numeric key (1~9), then press
to dial the
number through your landline or dial it through your iPhone
using
.
Editing or Deleting Contacts
You can edit or delete a number in the contacts, as follows:
1 Find the desired number in the contacts.
2 Press
entry.
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beneath Select to view the details of the selected
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Choosing the Dialing Mode
Reviewing or Dialing a Number in Contacts
Your phone can be set to pulse dialing (rotary), or tone dialing
(DTMF). To change the dialing mode:
You can search stored contacts by entering the first characters
of their names (alphabetic search). You can also scroll through
the entire list without accessing the Contacts menu.
1 Press
2 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Base
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
3 Enter the current base PIN (the default is 1590) and press
beneath OK.
4 Press Down to choose Dial mode, then press
Select. The current setting appears.
beneath
or Right
to choose DTMF or PULSE, then
5 Press Left
beneath Save to confirm.
press
Your phone can display the current date and time.
You must set the correct date and time to indicate when calls or
messages are received.
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Date and time
2 Press
to choose
1 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Contacts
beneath Select to choose
2 Press
beneath Select to choose Home.
3 Press
, then press
beneath Select to access View.
4 Enter the first few letters of the name by using the
beneath Select. The
alphanumeric keys, and press
details appear.
to dial the number through your landline or dial it
5 Press
through your iPhone with
.
Setting Date & Time
1 Press
Method 1: Alphabetic Search
, then press
beneath Select.
Method 2: Searching by Scrolling the Contacts List
beneath Contacts. The entire list appears in
1 Press
alphabetical order.
2 Repeatedly press Up
entry.
or Down
to scroll to the desired
3 Press
beneath Select to choose Set Clock. The current
settings are displayed:
3 Press
entry.
4 Using the keypad, enter the current date and time (four digits
for each, as explained below in the notes).
to dial the number through your landline or dial it
4 Press
through your iPhone with
.
5 Press
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beneath Select to view the details of the selected
beneath Select to save the setting.
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Method 2: In Standby Mode
1 Enter a phone number, then press
Notes:
beneath Save.
2 Complete storage by starting from Step 4 in the last
paragraph of Method 1.
When setting the month, you can enter 1 digit or 2 digits at a
time, but it is displayed in 2-digit format. (For example: For
August, you can enter 8 or 08 in the month field, but the
display shows "08".)
Character Map
To enter a specific alphanumeric character, press the relevant
key according to the following table: once for the first character,
twice for the second and so on.
Key
If you selected 12-HOUR in the Time format menu, enter
the time in 12h format and use Up
or Down
to select
AM or PM.
After the time setting, press
beneath Select to set the
date. During the date setting, press Left
to switch to time
setting.
If your service uses the FSK standard, the date and time is
automatically set when you receive a call to this unit.
Characters in the displayed order
$
Notes:
To delete letters, use
beneath Delete.
If you want to shift the case while entering letter, press
.
When entering the same letter twice or a different letter on
the same key, wait for a few seconds for the cursor to move
automatically, and then select the next letter.
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Chapter 2: Bluetooth
Chapter 6: Contacts
Pairing with an iPhone
Frequently used numbers can be stored so that you can easily
make a call without having to remember or enter the phone
number. You can store up to 200 entries in your contact list and
can also download the phonebook from iPhone with the
telephone base, each of the downloaded phonebook can store
up to 500 entries.
To use an iPhone with your DECT phone, you must first pair
and connect the iPhone with the DECT phone.
1 Turn on the Bluetooth feature of your iPhone. Click Settings,
General, Bluetooth and OFF, then the iPhone searches for
available devices.
2 Press
3 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Bluetooth
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
beneath Select to choose Add device. The LCD
4 Press
shows Please wait..., and the Bluetooth LED flashes.
5 When the iPhone finds i-700, click Not Paired to connect it
with the base. When the iPhone is successfully connected,
Connected displays.
Connecting an iPhone
All Bluetooth-paired devices are stored in the Device list, and
only devices in the list can establish a Bluetooth connection
with the DECT phone. Although seven iPhones can be paired
with the DECT phone, only two iPhones can be connected to
the base and be engaged in a call at one time.
Method 1: Using the iPhone
1 Click Settings, General, Bluetooth. If the Bluetooth feature
is switched off, click OFF to switch it on.
2 Click Not Connected to the right of i-700 to connect the
iPhone to the DECT phone. When the connection is
successful, Connected appears.
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Storing Contact Entries
Method 1: Using the Contacts Menu
1 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Contacts
beneath Select to choose
2 Press
beneath Select to choose Home.
or Down
3 Press Up
beneath Select.
press
, then press
to choose New number, then
4 Enter a name. For additional details, please see the
"Character Map".
to move the cursor to the number field, then
5 Press Down
enter the appropriate phone number (up to 16 digits). Press
and hold
to insert a pause if necessary.
to highlight the ring type number at the right
6 Press Down
of
, then press Left
or Right
to select a ring to
associate with the number.
7 Use the same method to associate a picture with this number,
beneath Save to confirm.
press
Notes:
At step 5, az or AZ changes to 0-9 . This indicates that you
can only enter digits.
If you make a mistake while entering a number or name,
press
beneath Delete to clear the last character. You can
also use Left
or Right
to navigate to incorrect
characters, then press
beneath Delete to clear them. 41
Dialed Calls List
Method 2: Using the DECT Phone Menu
The last 20 dialed calls are stored in the Dialed Calls list. You
can review, redial, delete and save these numbers.
1 Press
1 Press
2 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Call logs
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
or Down
to choose Dialed calls, then press
3 Press Up
beneath Select. The last dialed number appears on the
screen.
4 Press Up
or Down
to find the desired number, press
beneath Select.
Press
to dial it via your landline or dial it via your iPhone
using
.
5 Press
beneath Select to display the option menus.
6 Press Up
or Down
to choose the desired option:
Add to contacts - allows you to save the number in the
contacts list. If the number is longer than 16 digits, only the
first 16 digits are stored.
Delete - deletes the selected number.
Delete all - allows you to delete the entire dialed calls list (a
beneath Select to
prompt confirms your intent). Press
beneath Cancel to exit without deleting the
confirm or
entries.
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Bluetooth
2 Press
to choose
3 Press Down
Select.
, then press
beneath Select.
to choose Device list, press
beneath
4 The display shows all devices that have been paired before.
Press Up
or Down
to choose the desired device,
press
beneath Select.
5 Press
beneath Select to choose Connect. When the
connection is successful, Connected appears to the right of
i-700 on the iPhone screen.
Method 3: Quick Connection
1 When no device is connected with the DECT phone, press
on the DECT phone.
2 The display shows all devices that have been paired before.
Press Up
or Down
to choose the desired device,
press
beneath Select to complete the connection.
3 When the connection is successful, Connected appears to
the right of i-700 on the iPhone screen.
Notes:
Note:
At step 3, if the list is empty, "No record." appears.
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If you switch off the Bluetooth function on the iPhone then
switch on, you must connect it again.
To ensure your calling quality, you are recommended to use
the iPhone within a distance of 3 meters with the DECT
base.
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Disconnecting an iPhone
1 Press
2 Press
Notes:
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Bluetooth
to choose
3 Press Down
Select.
, then press
beneath Select.
to choose Device list, press
beneath
4 The display shows all devices that have been paired before.
Press Up
or Down
to choose the desired device,
press
beneath Select.
5 Press
beneath Select to choose Disconnect. Then a
prompt tone occurs and Not Connected appears to the right
of i-700 on the iPhone screen.
At step 3, if the list is empty, "No record." appears.
When "Missed calls xx" appears, you can press the OK key
to access the Incoming Calls list.
If the caller has specified that his name and number not be
sent, "Private" appears on the screen and in the list.
"Out of area" appears and is stored in the incoming call list
when someone calls from an area where the telephone
company does not offer identification services or name and
number delivery to your region.
Answered and Missed Calls Options
You can save or delete a number in the missed calls list, as
follows:
1 Find the desired number in the incoming calls list.
2 Press
beneath Select to display the call information.
3 Press
beneath Select to display the option menus.
4 Press Up
or Down
to choose the desired option:
Add to contacts - allows you to save the number in the
contacts list. If the number is longer than 16 digits, you can
store only first 16 digits of the number.
Delete - deletes the selected number.
Delete all - allows you to delete the whole incoming calls list
beneath Select
(a prompt confirms your intent). Press
beneath Cancel to exit without deleting the
to confirm or
entries.
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Chapter 5: Call Logs
Removing a Paired iPhone
Answered or Missed Calls
If you already have the maximum of seven paired iPhones in
the Device list and you want to add another iPhone, you must
first delete a paired iPhone.
When you receive a call and you subscribe to your network
provider’s caller ID service, if the caller's information is
transmitted from the network on which the call was made (and
the caller doesn't hide it), the caller's phone number is displayed.
Additionally, you miss calls "Missed calls" followed by the
number of missed calls (01, 02, etc.) and the icon
appears.
The last 30 received (or missed) calls are stored in the
Answered calls list (or Missed calls list), and you can call
back the numbers, delete them or store them in the contacts
list. To view the numbers, you can access the Answered calls
list (or Missed calls list).
Reviewing or Dialing a Number in the Incoming Calls List
1 Press
2 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Call logs
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
3 Press
beneath Select to access Missed calls or press
Down
beneath
to choose Answered calls. Press
Select to confirm. The list of incoming calls appears.
Numbers received via a landline appear with
, and
numbers received via cellphone line appear with
.
or Down
4 Scroll through the relevant calls list using Up
until you find the desired number, and then press
beneath Select. The date/time that you received the call
appears.
5 To dial a number through your landline, press
through your iPhone using
.
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or dial it
1 Press
2 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Bluetooth
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
3 Press Down
to choose Device list, and then press
beneath Select.
4 The display shows all devices that have been paired. Press
or Down
to choose the one you want to remove,
Up
and then press
beneath Select.
5 Press Down
to choose Remove, and then press
beneath Select. The display shows Remove ? iPhone.
Press
beneath Select to confirm. After successful
operation, a confirm tone occurs.
6 In your iPhone, delete the DECT Bluetooth information. Click
on the right side of i-700, then click Forget this Device.
Forget Device appears. Click it to delete.
Reminder
Some of Instant Messenger, such as Viber, Skype,
Fring, Im+, Nettalk...... may not well support
Bluetooth protocol, please check with relevant
providers and update the software to use i-700
properly.
Thanks!
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Chapter 3: Basic Functions
Charging Tone
Making a Call
Every time you place the handset on the base, a tone occurs.
This tone confirms that the handset is charging. You can switch
the tone ON or OFF.
When you dial, up to 25 digits appear on the screen. If the
number is longer than 16 digits, the digits become smaller to
accommodate the whole number.
1 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Sound
You can place your calls in two ways:
2 Press
Traditional Mode
3 Press Up
or Down
beneath Select.
press
1 Pick up the handset and press
hear a dial tone, and
appears.
to engage the line. You
2 Dial a telephone number. The number appears on the screen.
When you hear your called party, speak with a normal voice.
3 To end the call, press
or place the handset on the base.
High-featured Mode
This procedure is more convenient and reliable, because you
can check the number as you enter it:
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
to choose Charging tone, then
4 Press Up
or Down
to choose "ON" to activate this
feature or choose "OFF" to deactivate it, and then press
beneath Select.
Note:
For normal use, we recommend that you leave the charging
tone enabled. This makes the phone easier to use and
avoids the risk improper placement in the charging cradle. In
this case, the handset would not charge and it might go
unnoticed.
to insert a
1 Enter a telephone number. Press and hold
pause if necessary. Check the number on the display.
2 If you make a mistake, correct it by using
3 When the number correctly appears, press
through a landline.
Or press
beneath Delete.
to dial it out
to dial through your iPhone.
Note: The DECT phone must first be connected to the
iPhone via Bluetooth. For more details please refer to
Bluetooth section.
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Key Tone
Call Switching between the DECT Phone and an iPhone
Every time that you press a key, your handset acknowledges it
with a key tone. You can disable the key tones.
During a call, you can switch between your DECT phone and
your iPhone.
1 Press
2 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Sound
to choose
3 Press Up
or Down
beneath Select.
, then press
beneath Select.
to choose Key tone, then press
4 Press Up
or Down
to choose "ON" to activate this
beneath
feature or choose "OFF" to deactivate it, press
Select.
Note:
For normal use, we recommend that you leave the key tones
enabled. This makes the phone easier to use.
Power Off Tone
When you turn off the handset, it generates a tone. You can
disable the tone.
1 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Sound
2 Press the navigation keys
beneath Select.
to choose
, then press
or Down
to choose Power off tone, then
3 Press Up
beneath Select.
press
or Down
to choose "ON" to activate this
4 Press Up
feature or choose "OFF" to deactivate it, and then press
beneath Select.
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1 During a cell line call using the DECT phone, click
on the display of the iPhone, then click
. The
call switches to the iPhone.
2 To switch back, click
switches back to the DECT phone.
on the iPhone. The call
Note:
To use this feature, the DECT phone must be paired and
connected to the iPhone beforehand. For more details,
please refer to Bluetooth section.
Options during a call
During a call, you can press
beneath Option, and then
select Hold to put the call or hold, or select Contacts to enter
the Contacts list.
Important Note:
When making/answering a call by iPhone, if you go away from
the base of DECT phone (longer than 10 meters), and then get
closer to the base again, the call will be switched to the
connected DECT phone. At this time, you could have the
following selections:
Method 1:
Lift the handset of DECT phone, then press
call.
to continue the
Method 2:
Click
on the display of the iPhone, then click
The call switches to the iPhone again.
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Receiving a Call
Ring Setting
When a call is received, the phone rings and "Incoming Call"
appears on the screen.
indicates a landline call or
indicates a cellphone line call. If the incoming call can be
identified (i.e. The caller's information is transmitted) you also
see the caller's number.
You can select unique cell, landline and internal call ring tones
and volumes. There are 15 ringtones, and four volume levels.
You can also turn off the ringer.
Press
to answer a landline call or press
to answer a
cell line call when your iPhone is charging. Or if the handset is
on the base and you have activated the "Auto Answer"
function (See page 51 for details), simply pick it up to answer
the call. During conversation, the screen shows the elapsed
time.
To end the call, press
or replace the handset on the base.
Note:
The caller is identified only if your telephone network and the
caller's network supports the service. However, a caller can
still hide his/her number.
1 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Sound
2 Press
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
beneath Select to choose Cell ringtone, or press
3 Press
Up
or Down
to choose PSTN ringtone or INT
beneath Select.
ringtone, then press
4 Press Left
or Right
to select the ring tone that you
like. Each time you press Left
or Right
, the handset
sounds with the selected ring.
5 Press
beneath Select to save the ring tone setting and
enter the ring volume setting.
6 Press Left
or Right
to choose the volume level that
you want. Each time you press Left
or Right
, the
handset sounds with the selected volume.
7 Press
beneath Select to save the settings and return to
the previous menu.
Notes:
If you turn off the ringer, when a call comes in, only the
incoming call message appears on the display.
You can also turn the PSTN ring off/on by long pressing
when the line is not engaged.
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Using the Speakerphone
Background Color
1 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Display
2 Press
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
During a call, you can turn on the speakerphone that is built into
the handset. You can simply put your handset on a surface (e.g.
a desk) and enjoy the comfort of a handsfree conversation.
or Down
to choose Background, then
3 Press Up
beneath Select. The current setting appears on
press
the screen.
To turn on the speakerphone, press
appears.
4 Press
To turn off the speakerphone, press
to choose among 9 pre-defined colors, then press
during a call.
.
disappears.
beneath Select.
Adjusting the Volume
Handset Name
1 Press
2 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Display
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
During a conversation, press the Up or Down key to adjust the
earpiece volume (or the handsfree speakerphone volume).
There are five levels, which are shown by the bars of
.
When the last bar is red, the volume is at its maximum level.
3 Press Up
or Down
to choose Handset name, then
beneath Select.
press
4 Press Up
Select.
or Down
to choose "ON", press
beneath
5 Enter the name, up to 15 characters long that you want to
beneath Save.
assign to the handset, and then press
6 Press
Muting a Call
During a conversation, you can temporarily mute the
microphone so that the party on the other end of the line cannot
hear you. You can still hear the other party. This enables you to
converse privately with someone near you.
. The handset name appears.
7 To deactivate this feature, access the Handset name menu
beneath Select.
and choose "OFF", press
To mute your microphone, press the Right
conversation:
appears.
To unmute the microphone, press the Right
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during the
:
disappears.
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Last Number Redial
Chapter 4: Display and Sound
Your phone allows you to quickly redial the last dialed number.
Display Contrast
Pick up the handset and press
to engage the line. Then
press
beneath Redial to dial the last-dialed number.
This adjustment enables you to optimize the visibility of the
display by changing its contrast according to environmental
conditions.
1 Press
2 Press
If your phone service includes call waiting or conference call
services, you can use
to initiate these functions. For further
details please contact your telephone company. Additionally, if
you are connected to an extension line (PABX), you can use
to transfer a call to another extension.
To initiate any of these functions, press
engaged.
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Display
Flash Signal
to choose
, then press
beneath Select.
3 Press
beneath Select again to choose Contrast. The
current setting appears.
4 Press
repeatedly to choose among the 11 available
contrast levels, then press
beneath Select.
while the line is
Wallpaper
Using a Pause
A pause is useful when you access an interactive voice
response system, such as an automated banking system. A
pause provides a delay of 3 seconds.
After you dial a number and press
, if you need to insert a 3second pause, press
beneath Pause.
1 Press
2 Press
beneath Menu to display the main menu items.
Display
to choose
beneath Select.
or Down
to choose Wallpaper, then press
3 Press Up
beneath Select. The current setting appears on the
display.
4 Press
to choose among 12 pre-defined wall paper
images, then press
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, then press
beneath OK.
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Three-way Conference Calling
Out of Range Indicator
When you have an external call and an intercom call in
progress, you can set up a three-way conference call, like this:
The bars to the right of
show the signal strength received
from the base. If you are too far from the base, the radio signal
might become too weak for the phone to access the telephone
line. In these conditions you can't make or receive phone calls,
and
turns red and "Searching..." appears.
Press
beneath Confer to set up a three-way conference call.
Locking the Keypad
This function is useful to avoid accidentally pressing keys when
you are carrying your handset. If you activate keylock, all keys
are inhibited except
and
.
In this condition, when a call comes in, you can answer the call
by pressing
or
. When the call ends, the keys are locked
again.
To lock the keys, press and hold
To unlock the keys, press and hold
from the display.
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until
until
appears.
disappears
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Paging
Intercom
You can page the handset from the base by making the handset
ring with a special ring. It's useful to locate a lost handset or call
the user who currently has the handset.
If you connected more than one handset to a base (you can
connect up to 5 handsets to the same base), you can have a
conversation between two people using two different handsets.
To send the paging signal, briefly press
, located on the
base. All handsets registered with the base ring for 15 seconds.
. The screen display
1 Pick up the handset and press Left
shows "INT x ->" (x is your handset number).
To stop the paging signal before 15 seconds have passed,
press
or any keys on the handset.
2 Press the number of the handset that you want to contact
(from 1 to 5). The called handset starts to ring.
3 If the called party can answer your call, he/she can press
and start talking. You can see the handset number of
the called party on your screen.
Note:
If a call comes in while the handset is being paged, the
handset stops the paging operation and starts ringing
normally.
4 At the end of the conversation, press
.
Temporary Tone-Dial Switchover
Transferring Calls between Handsets
If you are using pulse dialing because your telephone line
doesn't support tone dialing, you might not be able to access
certain external services (e.g. automatic call centers, voice
mailboxes, interactive telephone systems etc.), because they
need tone dialing. You can avoid this limitation and access them
anyway by doing this:
If you have more than one handset registered to the same
base, you can transfer an outside call between the handsets.
1 Pick up the handset and press
to engage the line.
until "-" is displayed: your DECT phone
2 Press and hold
is temporarily in the tone dial mode.
1 When you are connected to an external call, press Left
and the number of the handset that you want to contact (from
1 to 5).
2 If the called party can answer your call, he/she can press
and start talking.
3 If you want to cancel the transfer before the called party
answers, press Left
. The call transfer is cancelled.
3 Enter the number of the service that you need to access.
4 When you hang up, the phone automatically returns to the
pulse mode.
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