Siemens Gigaset 1054 Operating instructions

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Gigaset 1054
Cordless Digital DECT Telephone System
Operating Instructions
Note:
Please read these instructions, with their safety
precautions, before using this equipment!
8 mobile units
can be connected
2 non-cordless terminals
can be connected
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Overview Figures
Important Tips
Safety Precautions ...................................................................................................................... 6
CE Mark of Approval and Certification for the Main Connection and Telephone Systems ......... 6
Putting Into Service
Important Information ................................................................................................................. 7
New Features for Telephone Service .......................................................................................... 7
Step by Step Instructions ............................................................................................................ 8
System Code ............................................................................................................................... 8
Base Station Gigaset 1054
Contents of Package ................................................................................................................... 9
Special Accessories ..................................................................................................................... 9
Tips for the Most Advantageous Installation of the Base Station ............................................. 10
Mounting / Connecting the Base Station .................................................................................. 11
Connection Options at the Base Station ................................................................................... 13
Status of the Base Station Upon Delivery ................................................................................. 13
Mobile Unit
Tips for Individuals with Hearing Aids ....................................................................................... 14
Installing and Charging the Rechargeable Batteries .................................................................. 14
Mounting the Carrying Clip on the Mobile Unit ......................................................................... 15
Important Tips for Using the Rechargeable Batteries ............................................................... 15
Standard Mobile Unit
Displays ..................................................................................................................................... 16
ON OFF, LOCK Status .............................................................................................................. 17
Switching the Status ................................................................................................................. 18
Registering a Standard Mobile Unit at the Base Station ........................................................... 19
Viewing and Setting the Dialing Mode ...................................................................................... 20
Comfort Mobile Unit
Display ....................................................................................................................................... 21
ON, OFF, LOCK Status .............................................................................................................. 22
Switching the Status ................................................................................................................. 23
Registering the Comfort Mobile Unit at a Base Station ............................................................ 24
Viewing Your Own Internal Number ........................................................................................ 25
Viewing and Setting the Dialing Mode ...................................................................................... 26
Non-Cordless Devices
Connection Jacks ...................................................................................................................... 27
Connecting Telephones ............................................................................................................. 27
Connecting Non-Cordless Devices (other than telephones) ...................................................... 27
Examples of Connections for Door Interphones via TFE (entrance telephone) ......................... 28
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Standard Settings
Saving / Changing the System Code ......................................................................................... 30
Enter / Change Mobile Unit PIN ................................................................................................ 31
Setting Tone Ring of the Mobile Unit ........................................................................................ 32
Activate / Deactivate Automatic Line Seizure ............................................................................ 33
Activate / Deactivate Automatic Call Pickup .............................................................................. 33
Activate / Deactivate Call Pickup ............................................................................................... 34
Incoming Calls
Accept/Terminate Calls .............................................................................................................. 35
Call Pickup ................................................................................................................................. 36
Answer Call Waiting During an Internal Call .............................................................................. 37
Answer Call Waiting During an External Call ............................................................................. 37
Outgoing Calls
External Dialing, Using Dialpad .................................................................................................. 38
Using the Dialpad for External Dialing as En-Bloc Dialing .......................................................... 39
Number Redial ........................................................................................................................... 40
Number Redial as En-Bloc Dialing ............................................................................................. 40
Internal Call to Another Mobile Unit or Auxiliary Device ............................................................ 41
Internal Dialing with Collective Call ........................................................................................... 41
Dialing Speed Dial Numbers ...................................................................................................... 42
During the Call
Placing a Call on Hold ................................................................................................................ 43
Setting the Handset Volume ...................................................................................................... 44
Mute Feature ............................................................................................................................. 44
Temporary Switch to Tone Dialing ............................................................................................ 45
Speed Dial
Speed Dial Numbers: Storing, Viewing or Changing ................................................................. 46
Delete Speed Dial Numbers ...................................................................................................... 47
Switching Features
Consultation / Transfer Call ........................................................................................................ 48
Internal Consultation ................................................................................................................. 48
External Consultation ................................................................................................................ 49
Toggle ........................................................................................................................................ 50
3-Way Conference ..................................................................................................................... 51
Activate Internal Call Forwarding ............................................................................................... 52
Deactivate Internal Call Forwarding ........................................................................................... 52
Connection with the Door Interphone ....................................................................................... 53
Call Charges, Call Length
Display of Call Length: Activate / Deactivate ............................................................................. 54
Activate / Deactivate Display of Call Charge or Call Charge Unit ............................................... 55
Call Charge Display of Previous Call: Activate / Deactivate ....................................................... 56
Call Charge Factor: Viewing or Setting ...................................................................................... 56
Call Charge Totals per Internal Station: View / Delete ............................................................... 57
Call Charge Totals per Telephone Line: View / Delete ............................................................... 58
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Lock
Lock for Outgoing Calls (System Lock): Activate / Deactivate ................................................... 59
Emergency Numbers: Store / View ........................................................................................... 60
Delete Emergency Numbers ..................................................................................................... 60
Barred Numbers: Store .............................................................................................................. 61
Activate / Deactivate Barred Numbers ...................................................................................... 62
Delete Barred Numbers ............................................................................................................. 62
Set Class of Service for the Internal Stations ............................................................................ 63
Locking the Mobile Unit / Activate Hotline ................................................................................ 64
Hotline Number: View / Delete / Store ...................................................................................... 65
Dial Hotline Number .................................................................................................................. 66
Unlock Mobile Unit .................................................................................................................... 66
System Settings
Set the Connection Configuration for Internal Stations ............................................................. 67
Ring Allocation for External Calls ............................................................................................... 68
Ring Allocation: Enter or Change Collective Call Group ............................................................. 69
Ring Allocation: Enter or Change Group Call ............................................................................. 70
Ring Allocation: Enter or Change Number of Ring Cycles for Group Call ...................................71
Ring Allocation for the Door Interphone .................................................................................... 72
Cancel registration Mobile Unit ................................................................................................. 72
Resetting the Base Station to the Status at Initialization ........................................................... 73
Mobile Unit Settings
Advisory and Alarm Tones: Activate / Deactivate .......................................................................74
Resetting the Mobile Unit to Initialization Status ...................................................................... 76
Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Using the Menu
Using the Dialog Keys ................................................................................................................77
Using the Menu ..........................................................................................................................77
The Entire Menu .........................................................................................................................77
Menu Structure for System Settings ......................................................................................... 78
Status-Dependent Menus ......................................................................................................... 79
Standard Settings
Enter / Change System Code .................................................................................................... 80
Set Dialog Language ................................................................................................................. 81
Set Tone Ringing for Mobile Unit ............................................................................................... 81
Enter / Change Mobile Unit PIN ................................................................................................ 82
Activate / Deactivate Call Pickup ............................................................................................... 83
Activate / Deactivate Automatic Line Seizure ............................................................................ 84
Mobile Unit Settings .................................................................................................................. 85
Incoming Calls
Accept / Terminate Call .............................................................................................................. 86
Call Pickup ................................................................................................................................. 87
Answer Call Waiting During an Internal Call .............................................................................. 88
Answer a Call Waiting During an External Call .......................................................................... 88
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Outgoing Calls
External Dialing with Dialpad ..................................................................................................... 89
External En-Bloc Dialing with Dialpad ........................................................................................ 91
Number Redial ........................................................................................................................... 92
Number Redial as En-Bloc Dialing ............................................................................................. 92
Internal Dialing to Another Mobile Unit or Auxiliary Device ....................................................... 93
Dialing from the Telephone Book .............................................................................................. 94
During the Call
Call on Hold ............................................................................................................................... 95
Temporary Switchover to Tone Dialing ..................................................................................... 96
Change Handset Volume ........................................................................................................... 97
Mute Function ........................................................................................................................... 97
Telephone Book
Entering Names and Characters ................................................................................................ 98
Dialing Convenience with the Telephone Book ......................................................................... 99
Switching Functions
Internal Consultation / Transfer of Call .................................................................................... 101
External Consultation / Transfer Call ....................................................................................... 102
Toggle ...................................................................................................................................... 103
3-Way Conference ................................................................................................................... 104
Activate/ Deactivate Internal Call Forwarding ...........................................................................105
Connection to the Door Interphone ..........................................................................................106
Charges, Call Length
Display of Charges / Display of Call Length ..............................................................................107
Activate and Deactivate Call Length and Call Charge Display / Set the Unit Cost ....................108
Lock
Lock to Prevent Outgoing Calls / Emergency Numbers ........................................................... 110
Enter, View, Delete Restricted Numbers / Activate or Deactivate Lock ................................... 111
Delete All Barred Numbers ....................................................................................................... 112
Set the COS for Internal Stations ............................................................................................. 113
Lock Mobile Unit /Change Hotline Number / Mobile Unit PIN ................................................ 114
Cancel Registration of Mobile Unit Lock (Unlock) ................................................................... 114
System Settings
First Steps for System Settings ................................................................................................ 115
Set Connection Configuration for Internal Stations .................................................................. 116
Resetting the Base Station to the Status at Initialization .......................................................... 117
Ring Allocation for External Calls .............................................................................................. 118
Set / Change Ring Allocation and Ring Cycles .......................................................................... 119
Ring Allocation for the Door Interphone ...................................................................................120
Cancel Registration for Mobile Unit ..........................................................................................121
Mobile Unit Settings
Activate / Deactivate Advisory and Alarm Tones ......................................................................122
Operation with Auxiliary Device
Outgoing Calls
General .....................................................................................................................................123
External Dialing with Digit Dialpad ...........................................................................................123
Internal Dialing to Another Mobile Unit or Auxiliary Device ......................................................123
Temporary Switchover to Tone Dialing .....................................................................................124
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Incoming Calls
Call Pickup ................................................................................................................................ 125
Answer Call Waiting ................................................................................................................. 125
Switching Functions
Set Internal Call Forwarding ..................................................................................................... 126
Deactivate Internal Call Forwarding .......................................................................................... 126
Placing a Call on Hold ............................................................................................................... 126
Consultation / Transferring a Call .............................................................................................. 127
Toggle ....................................................................................................................................... 128
3-Way Conference .................................................................................................................... 128
Connection with the Door Interphone ...................................................................................... 129
Multicell System
General Information .................................................................................................................. 130
Standard Mobile Unit
Registering the Standard Mobile Unit on Multiple Base Stations ............................................ 131
Base Station Selection, Automatic / Manual / Combined ......................................................... 132
Activate / Deactivate the Base Station Number ....................................................................... 133
Comfort Mobile Unit
Register Comfort Mobile Unit on Multiple Base Stations ........................................................ 134
Base Stations Selection: Automatic / Manual / Combined ....................................................... 136
Operation on Telephone Systems
Standard Mobile Unit
General Information .................................................................................................................. 137
Enter Trunk Code (AKZ) ...........................................................................................................137
Enter Main Trunk Code (HAKZ) ................................................................................................138
Change Length of Timeout after AKZ / HAKZ ..........................................................................139
Deleting AKZ and HAKZ ........................................................................................................... 140
Set / Change Time for Flash ..................................................................................................... 141
Comfort Mobile Unit
General Information .................................................................................................................. 142
Enter the Trunk Code (AKZ) .....................................................................................................142
Using the Features
Activating Features of the Telephone System .......................................................................... 143
Acoustic Signalling
Signal Tones ............................................................................................................................. 145
General Information
Taking Care of the System ....................................................................................................... 146
Technical Data .......................................................................................................................... 146
Leaving the Radio Range .........................................................................................................146
Tips for Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................... 147
Warranty ................................................................................................................................... 148
Contact Partners ......................................................................................................................148
Connection Configuration .........................................................................................................149
Glossary .................................................................................................................................. 150
Quick Reference Operating Instructions - Standard Mobile Unit ..................................... 155
Quick Reference Operating Instructions - Comfort Mobile Unit ...................................... 158
Quick Reference Operating Instructions - Auxiliary Device .............................................. 161
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Introduction
About this Device
With the purchase of Gigaset 1054, you have selected a cordless system which combines the
advantages of “unrestricted freedom of telephoning” with the convenience of a first rate telecommunications system.
This device is equipped with modern digital technology based on the latest European standards
for cordless telephones (DECT and GAP). The DECT technology offers, among other things, a
high level of security against unauthorized eavesdropping within the radio cell as well as good
digital voice quality. In addition, it enables the simple expansion of the Gigaset 1054 basic configuration -- for example one base station, two mobile units -- to a telephone system which can be
used to place external and internal calls. Mobile units of the Gigaset 1000 series and upward can
be operated on Gigaset 1054.
Gigaset 1054 can be used for both private and professional purposes, for example in office buildings and small companies. In addition to the usual telephone functions, it offers, among other
things:
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Direct dial to the mobile units or auxiliary devices
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2 simultaneous external calls
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Operation of 8 mobile units and 2 non-cordless auxiliary devices on one base station
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No-charge internal calls among 6 mobile units
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Simultaneous use of a maximum of 6 cordless devices
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Coding of transmissions between mobile unit and base station
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Operation of a mobile unit on up to 4 base stations, thus expanding the radio range within
which you can place and receive calls.
About the Operating Instructions
You can install and connect your Gigaset 1054 yourself. To do so, please read the chapter “Putting Into Service.”
The device is pre-set in the factory so that, after putting the base station and mobile unit into service, you can begin using the telephone without making any additional settings.
Information about operation of the telephone can be found in the sections:
– Operation with Gigaset 1000 S standard mobile unit
– Operation with Gigaset 1000 C comfort mobile unit
– Operation with non-cordless auxiliary devices.
The other chapters of the operating instructions deal with the special functions and the expansion of Gigaset 1054.
We recommend that you read these additional chapters in order to acquaint yourself fully with
the capabilities of your Gigaset 1054.
At the end of the operating instructions, you will find a capsulated version of the instructions,
including the most important functions. The table of contents and index are provided to help you
find functions, system settings and other information expeditiously.
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Overview Figures
Front of Gigaset 1054
A
B
C
Rear of Gigaset 1054
B
C
F
D
E
Front
Rear
A Registration Key:
to register the
mobile units
- blinks during registration
B Non-cordless auxiliary device
with the telephone number 0
C Non-cordless auxiliary device
with the telephone number 9
-is lit when plug-in power
supply is connected
D Connection jack for
telephone line 1
Lamp is identical to the
the registration key!
E Connection jack for
telephone line 2
F Connection jack for plug-in power
supply C39280-Z4-C65
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Overview Figures
Standard Mobile Unit 1000S
Front View
Legend
Rear
14
15
1
Handset
2
Screen
3
Repeat dial key
4
Memory key
5
Speed dial key
6
Dialpad
7
Internal key
8
Signal key
9
ON/OFF/LOCK key
10 Seize key
11 Microphone
Carry clip
12 Star key
13 Pound key
14 Tone ringing loudspeaker
15 Battery compartment / cover
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Comfort Mobile Unit 1000C
Front View
Legend
Rear
14
1
Handset
2
Screen (illuminated)
3
Dialog key
4
Dialog key
5
Menu key
6
Dialpad (alphanumeric)
15
Carry clip
7
Internal key
8
Signal key
9
ON/OFF/LOCK key
10 Seize key
11 Microphone
12 Star key
13 Pound key
14 Tone ringing loudspeaker
15 Battery compartment/ cover
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Important Tips
Safety Precautions
For your safety and protection, do not use the base station or mobile units in bathrooms or
showers (damp areas); the telephones are not waterproof.
Warning
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Use only approved rechargeable Nickel Cadmium batteries (NiCd)
(See “Important Information about Using the Battery Cells,” page 15).
Never use other rechargeable battery cells or normal (non-rechargeable) batteries.
These might short circuit or destroy the battery casing (dangerous). Follow the instructions found on the labels in the battery compartments of mobile units and charging units.
The symbols on these labels state :
– Use only the type listed in the operating instructions
(See chapter “Inserting and Loading the Batteries“, page 14)
–Use only rechargeable batteries and in the polarity shown.
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Do not immerse batteries in water, and do not expose them to fire.
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Do not dispose of old defective batteries in your normal household trash.
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Batteries become warm while charging; this is normal and does not represent a danger.
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Do not use charging units from other manufacturers, since these could damage the
batteries.Supplemental charging units can be ordered from Siemens.
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Use only the AC adapter delivered with your device, bearing the number C 39280-Z4-C65.
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Connected non-cordless auxiliary devices (telephone, fax, door interphone...) which have
exposed metal parts might temporarily conduct abnormally high voltage, for instance during
an electrical storm, and should not be touched.
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The mobile unit must not be operated in environments where there is danger of explosion.
CE
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Mark of Approval and Certification for the Main Connection and Telephone Systems
The Federal Agency for Telecommunication Certification (”Bundesamt für Zulassungen in der
Telekommunikation“) has issued the BZT certification for this telephone system. It has been
approved in line with the EU Guidelines 91/263/EWG, Telecommunication Devices.
This telephone system fulfills the requirements set forth in the EU Guidelines:
89/336/EWG “Electromagnetic Compatibility“
73/23/EWG
“Electrical Resources for Use within Certain
Voltage Limitations“
The CE identification mark certifies the device’s conformity with these guidelines.
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Putting Into Service
Important Information
Dialing Mode
The factory setting on your telephone system is for “tone dialing.” In some cases, it might be
necessary to change the setting to the old dialing mode of “pulse dialing.”
Instructions on how to determine and set the dialing mode are found on page 20 and on page 25.
Connection Cable
The connection cable included with the device is equipped with the TAE connection plug
(TAE = Telephone Adaptor).
If the proper telephone adaptor jack (TAE) is not available at the installation site, it can be ordered
from the German Telekom AG.
Use only original Siemens connection cables. Other cables may have a different configuration.
Power Supply Unit
The power supply unit included with the device is necessary for operation of your telephone system.
Telephone Systems
The telephone system is suitable for connection to telephone systems with signal key functions
(consultation) “Flash” and “Ground.”
.New Features for Telephone Service
Systems connected to a digital switching exchange of the German Telekom AG have access to a
number of new features such as call waiting, call forwarding, lock and others.
If you want to take advantage of these features, please consult the German Telekom AG. Your
Gigaset 1054 is equipped to accommodate these features.
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Putting Into Service
Step by Step Instructions
In order to put the Gigaset 1054 telephone system into service, follow the simple step by step
procedure illustrated below :
1
Read the safety precautions!
Page 6
2
Assemble charging unit and put into service
Instructions for charging unit
3
Prepare mobile units for putting into service
Pages 14 - 15
4
Assemble base station and put into service
Pages 9 - 13
5
Put the mobile units into service
Std. mobile unit P. 16 - 20
Comf. mobile unit P. 21 - 26
Base station and mobile unit are ready for operation, you can place/receive calls
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Set the ring allocation
Standard mobile unit P.69
Comfort mobile unit P.118
You can now use the phone in a target-specific manner.
System Code
In order to put your base station into service and to change your settings, you must first enter a
four-digit code, the system code. The procedure for doing this is described in the operating
instructions. At the time of delivery, "0000" is set as the system code. You must use this pre-set
"0000" system code to register the first mobile unit. A separate mobile unit PIN is available for
the disabling of an individual mobile unit.
Recommendation:
We recommend that the system code be changed after registration of the first mobile unit (see
page 30). The system code "blocks" your system from being accessed by any unauthorized individuals. Registration of additional mobile units as well as system settings can only be carried out
after entering this system code.
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Base Station Gigaset 1054
Contents of Package
1 Base station
4 Operating instructions
2 TAE connection cables (2)
5 2 screws and plugs
3 Plug-in power supply unit
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4
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Gigaset 1054
Schnurloses digitales DECT-Telefonsystem
8 Mobile units
can be connected
Operating Instructions
2
2 non-cordless devices
can be connected
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3
Special Accessories
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Gigaset 1000S mobile units
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Gigaset 1000C comfort mobile units
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Rechargeable batteries for mobile units
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Gigaset 1000L charging units
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Cordless telephone connectors Gigaset 1000TAE
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Base Station Gigaset 1054
Tips for the Most Advantageous Installation of the Base Station
If you are using non-cordless telephones along with this cordless telephone, we recommend
that you keep as great a distance as possible between the telephone and the base station in
order to prevent humming (technical source) noises on the telephone.
Place the base station at the most central site possible within the range in which you want to be
able to use the phone. For example:
in the hallway of your apartment,
in a centrally-located room of your house, office or apartment,
not in the basement,
not in the attic.
The base station should, if possible, be installed at an easily accessible site. For example:
in an open space in the room,
not in alcoves,
not behind metal doors, heavy furniture, metal cabinets,
not in places which are especially heavily shielded from radio waves by thick (steel)
concrete walls or metal walls.
If you also want to be able to use the phone outside of the building, install the base station:
as near to window level as possible,
in a room facing your grounds.
Installation Site / Selection of the Mounting Site
In selecting the installation site, the following criteria should be taken into consideration:
1. The telephone connection cable must be long enough to reach the jack of your TAE connector.
2. A 220/230 V electrical outlet must be available at the installation site for supply of power to
the base station.
3. In order to prevent mutual interference, the installation site should not be in direct proximity
to other devices such as, for example, a HiFi, office equipment or microwave appliances.
The base station is designed for operation in protected rooms with a temperature range of
0 to +50 °C. It should not, for example, be installed in the bathroom, laundry room, damp basement rooms or near heat sources, such as, for example, radiators. It should also not be installed
at a site exposed to direct sunlight.
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Base Station Gigaset 1054
Range
Depending on the surroundings, the outdoor range can be up to about 300 m. Within buildings,
depending on spatial and structural conditions, a range of up to 50 m is possible.
If you should leave the range, you will lose the radio contact to the base station and the
symbol on the screen will blink. If you have activated the range alarm (delivery status = deactivated), a supplemental warning tone will sound before you leave the radio range.
Mounting / Connecting the Base Station
The device can be installed on a flat surface (for example, on a desk or shelf) or mounted on the
wall.
1.
First plug the mini western plug of your telephone cord into the jack labeled "L1" or
"L2" (bottom of base station).
If only one external telephone line is to be connected to Gigaset 1054, the "L1" should be
used.
2. Plug the mini western plug of the cable into the plug-in power supply, using the jack labeled
„
“ (bottom of base station).
3. Place the cable inside the molded channel.
If you want to mount the device on the wall, follow the steps below after carrying out those
above; if it is not to be wall mounted, proceed to step 8:
4. Drill two holes (Ø 5mm), 69 mm apart.
5. Insert two plugs.
6. Screw the screws into the wall, leaving 2 mm between the head of the screw and the wall.
7.
Hang the base station on the wall by lining up the heads of the screws with the holes in the
base station and pushing down briefly on the base station until it is firmly mounted.
8. Insert the TAE plug of the telephone connection cable into the telephone jack.
9. Insert the plug-in power supply into the 220/2230V electrical outlet.
Note:
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In the case of loss of power, it is still possible to place a call using a supplemental non-cordless telephone connected to the “0” jack.
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Use the plug-in power supply delivered with your unit, C 39280-Z4-C65.
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Be careful not to mix up the connections for the telephone cable and the plug-in power supply on the base station. If these are plugged incorrectly, the base station will not function;
damage to the base station could also result.
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Base Station Gigaset 1054
Connections for Gigaset 1054
Telephone
connection cable
Plug-in power supply
Specifications for Wall Mounting
5 mm
170 mm
120 mm
5 mm
180 m m
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power supply
230V socket
TAE
connection cables
Telephone
Non-cordless device:
if present
TAE connection cables
Status of the Base Station Upon Delivery
The system is delivered with the following factory settings:
Direct trunk access
Automatic line seizure
Call charge recording
Unit charge rate
Display duration of call
Configuration auxiliary device
Ring allocation
System code
Dialing mode
Signal key
Fully trunk authorized
ON
OFF
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Telephone
Collective call
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DTMF
Flash/250 msec
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Mobile Unit
The Standard mobile unit can be used in temperature ranges between 10° C and 55° C, the Comfort mobile unit in ranges between 0° C and 45° C . Do not expose to water.
Tips for Individuals with Hearing Aids
Individuals with hearing aids should be aware that radio signals are projected into the hearing
aid and, if strong enough, can result in a very disturbing humming tone.
Installing and Charging the Rechargeable Batteries
The mobile unit receives its power via 2 rechargeable batteries. In order for the mobile unit to
function, these batteries must be installed in the battery compartment and the compartment
cover must be closed.
1. Installing the batteries in the mobile unit
●
●
●
Hold the mobile unit with the dialpad facing down. The compartment for the two rechargeable batteries is in the lower part of the mobile unit.
Slide the rechargeable batteries (included with your unit) into the compartment, as shown in
the figure below. Be sure that the polarity orientation of the batteries is correct. The plus and
minus signs are labeled in the battery compartment (see figure below).
From the top, slide the battery compartment cover into the slots (see figure) of the mobile
unit and snap into place.
Note:
If the rechargeable batteries are not correctly installed, the mobile unit will not function.
2. Charging the rechargeable batteries
The batteries are not charged at the time of delivery. To charge the batteries, place the mobile
unit in the charging unit (not included). The dialpad can be facing either up or down. However, the
charging contacts on the bottom of the mobile unit must be in contact with those on the bottom
of the charging unit.
If the mobile unit is properly inserted for charging, the LED (light-emitting diode ( B
) will remain
lit, signalling that the battery is charging.
The charging time can vary greatly, depending on the age and the manufacturer/type of rechargeable battery. The charging logic of the mobile unit always guarantees, however, an optimum
charge of the rechargeable batteries.
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Mobile Unit
Mounting the Carrying Clip on the Mobile Unit
The carrying clip can be mounted if desired. Grasp the mobile unit, holding the dialpad in the
palm of your hand. You will see small holes parallel to the screen. Insert the clip first into the hole
on one side and then snap it into the hole on the other side.
Important Tips for Using the Rechargeable Batteries
The mobile unit comes with two rechargeable AA Nickel Cadmium batteries (Mignon
cells)
●
●
●
●
Use only the batteries which come with the product.
If replacement is necessary, use only approved batteries of the following types: Panasonic
P-60 AA, Philips R6 NC-P, Saft RC6, UCAR RC6, DAIMON ACCU 1000, Varta 751 RS,
Sanyo N-3UN, Sanyo N-3UC.
The use of other battery types or of non-rechargeable batteries can cause problems with
operation, and may even damage the device.
The manufacturer does not accept any responsibility in such cases.
Do not use normal batteries! Use only approved rechargeable batteries!
When putting into service and using the rechargeable batteries, please observe the following basic principles:
●
●
●
●
●
Before use, be sure that the batteries are adequately charged.
We recommend that they be charged without interruption for about 16 hours -- for example
overnight -- and that, during the first week of use, the mobile unit always be replaced in the
charging unit after use.
New rechargeable batteries generally do not attain their full operating capacity (i.e. length of
time that the charge is held for calls and standby status) until they have been in normal use
for several days. Even ifthe charging LED signals that the batteries in the mobile unit are
charged -- LED off -- , it is nevertheless possible that, during the first few days, the normal
call and standby time has not yet been fully reached.
After complete initial charging, the batteries attain their normal operating status. We recommend that, after this initial charging, the mobile unit not be replaced in the charging unit each
time it is used. The rechargeable batteries function best if they are completely discharged
periodically.
Warning: Limited operating time when batteries are partially discharged
Be sure that the battery contacts do not come into contact with metallic or greasy parts.
Replacement battery packs (reserve) can be charged in the charging unit; these should be
exchanged periodically with those in the mobile unit.
3. Rechargeable Battery- Operating and Charging Times
Mobile Unit
Gigaset 1000S
Gigaset 1000C
Continuous call
up to 7 hours
up to 5 hours
Standby status
up to 50 hours
up to 40 hours
Charging times in mobile unit, in the charging unit
about 5 hours
Charging times in reserve compartment, in the charging unit
about 24 hours
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Standard Mobile Unit
Displays
uUPzAHn-88888888
A BCD E F G H
The top lines display all numbers and symbols,
the bottom lines display the symbols for different
operating statuses.
Symbol
Explanation
u
Display after pushing the signal key, ekey.
U
Display of call forwarding, if programmed.
P
Manual dial pause
z
Memory empty.
A
AKZ discriminating digit (only significant if behind telephone system)
H
HAKZ (only significant if behind telephone system)
n
Display of the star key,
-
Display of the pound key, #key.
Symbols
Explanation
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
16
*
key.
Shows that the mobile unit is in save status and is not ready to dial.
Can be activated using the w key.
Battery symbol blinks about 5 - 10 minutes before the batteries are empty.
If the mobile unit is in the charging unit and is charging, then this symbol appears.
ON symbol. Can be activated using the u key.
Connect symbol shows that a radio channel to the base station exists.
Can be activated using the g key.
Shows that the signalling method has been temporarily switched from
pulse to tone dialing.
Shows that an external connection exists via the base station.
Shows that an internal connection exists via the base station.
Shows that the mobile unit is locked.
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Standard Mobile Unit
ON OFF, LOCK Status
The mobile unit can be set to three different statuses.
•
OFF
No calls can be placed and no incoming
calls are signalled.
•
ON
Calls can be placed and received.
In order to pick up a call, simply remove the mobile
unit from the charging unit.
C
or
If the mobile unit was not in the charging unit, then
press the g key.
•
LOCK
This protects the dialpad of the mobile unit
against unintentional use, for example when
it is being carried in your pocket. Incoming calls can
be accepted just as in ON status. For the call, the
mobile unit switches automatically to the ON status.
Outgoing calls are not possible.
Note:
●
●
If the mobile unit is not within the radio range of the base station, the
the screen. It is not possible to place or receive calls.
C
zzzz
C
C symbol blinks on
Procedures can be interrupted by pressing the g key once or, if necessary, twice.
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Standard Mobile Unit
Switching the Status
Switching from ON status:
u
●
●
to OFF status:
Push the key until the display on the
screen goes off.
You will hear the key acknowledgment tone.
to LOCK status:
Push key briefly, until the
display is updated.
You will hear the key acknowledgment tone.
C
zzzz
C
Switching from OFF status:
u
●
to ON status:
Push the key until the
display appears on the screen.
You will hear the key acknowledgment tone.
C
or
Simply place the mobile unit in the
charging unit.
You will hear the key acknowledgment tone.
Switching from LOCK status:
u
●
to ON status:
Push key briefly, until the display
is updated.
You will hear the key acknowledgment tone.
u
●
to OFF status:
Push the key until the display on
the screen goes off.
You will hear the key acknowledgment tone.
C
zzzz
C
C
Note:
The mobile unit must be in ON status in order to dial or to to use the memory.
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Standard Mobile Unit
Registering a Standard Mobile Unit at the Base Station
Every additional mobile unit acquired must first be registered at the base station.
For this, follow these steps:
1.
The mobile unit must be switched off
If necessary, turn it off by pushing the
u key until the display on the screen goes off.
2. Push the registration key on the base station.
Please use an object with a
sharp point (e.g. pencil, ballpoint pen).
The registration key will blink.
Registration key
3. Next (within 1 minute) on the mobile unit:
The mobile unit must be switched off.
o
u
o
#
Press the 1 and
hold it down.
(This is done to stipulate the base
station number)
C
Enter the system code.
At the time of delivery, the
system code is set as 0000.
1-- -
Complete entry of the system code.
Please wait until the connection to the
base station is established.
1
All of the non-assigned internal station
numbers appear on the screen;
shown here, 1 to 8.
! ... (
1-
In addition, push the ON key until the
display appears on the screen.
C
C
12345678
A
CD
Enter the desired internal station number for the mobile unit, i.e. push one of
the number keys between 1 and 8;
here, for example, 2 is pushed.
The mobile unit is registered.
If the display of the base number is activated, you will now see the base number.
C
Note:
●
●
●
Up to 8 mobile units can be registered on one base station.
If 8 mobile units are already registered, three dashes appear when the system code is
entered during the registration procedure; a negative acknowledgment tone sounds.
To deactivate mobile unit, see page 72.
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Standard Mobile Unit
Viewing and Setting the Dialing Mode
The German Telekom AG offers two different dialing modes for telephone connections:
●
Dial pulsing system (Dial Pulsing System = DPS)
●
Dual-tone (multifrequency system = DTMF)
A the time of initialization, your new telephone is set for tone dialing.
Tone dialing (DTMF) is, however, only possible if your telephone lines are connected to a new
digital switching exchange. The German Telekom AG has, however, not yet completely finished
converting all telephone lines in Germany to digital switching exchanges.
Determining the Dialing Mode of Your Telephone:
Push the connect key and then dial any digit (for example, 2).
If you then still hear the same dial tone, you will have to switch the dialing mode.
w# Push the memory key followed by the # key.
This opens the memory.
1
o
Push the 1 key.
This activates the procedure.
Enter the system code.
Every digit entered replaces one dash.
1“ Select external telephone line 1 or 2.
z
Push the repeat dial key.
DPS
0§§ Push the keys 0, 3, 3..
-
A
CD
1 ____
A
CD
1
A
_
012
A
CD
A
CD
03 3
CD
A
CD
Tone Dialing, Signal Key Flash for Telephone Systems (Setting the Flash, see page 141)
0§/ Push the keys 0, 3, 7.
03 7
A
CD
Tone Dialing, Signal Key Flash (length/250 ms) for Telephone Service on
Main Connection (status upon delivery)
0§( Push the keys 0, 3 , 8.
w
20
Push the memory key.
The dialing mode is now programmed.
03 8
A
CD
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Comfort Mobile Unit
Display
External 1
0123456
CONSLT.
MUTE
F
There are four lines on the graphics screen of your Comfort
mobile unit.
During dialing, the number which is being dialed is enlarged and
displayed across two lines.
The bottom lines contain the display fields for the dialog keys.
All displays are shown in clear text.
Some displays are illustrated with graphics; these are explained
in the tables below.
Dialog keys
Graphic
Explanation
You are being called
Set the ringer volume (6 levels)
Tone ringer off
Set tone ringer pitch (10 levels)
Set tone ringer melody (10 levels)
Set handset volume (3 levels)
Set contrast (6 levels)
Switch signal tone on or off
Locked or unlocked status
If the charge of the rechargeable batteries goes below a
certain level, this symbol appears periodically for 2
seconds.
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ON, OFF, LOCK Status
The mobile unit can be set to three different statuses.
1.
OFF
No calls can be placed and no incoming calls are signalled.
2. ON
Calls can be placed and received.
In order to answer a call, simply remove the
mobile unit from the charging unit.
Station 1
TEL.BOOK
or
REDIAL
If the mobile unit was not in the charging unit,
then press the
g
key.
3. LOCK
This protects the dialpad of the mobile unit from unintentional
use, for example, when it is being carried in your pocket.
Incoming calls can be accepted just as in ON status. The mobile
unit switches automatically to ON status for the call.
Outgoing calls are not possible.
Keyboard
protected
Note:
●
●
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If the mobile unit is not within the radio range of the base
station,, then the text “Srch.station X” blinks on the screen,
whereby X is the stipulated base station number.
A procedure can be interrupted by pushing the
once, or if necessary, twice.
g
key
Srch.station 1
TEL.BOOK
REDIAL
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Comfort Mobile Unit
Switching the Status
Switching from ON Status:
Station 1
u
●
to OFF status:
Push the key until the display on the
screen goes off..
You will hear the key acknowledgment tone.
u
●
to LOCK status:
Push the key briefly, until the display
is updated.
You will hear the key acknowledgment tone.
TEL.BOOK
REDIAL
Keyboard
protected
Switching from OFF Status:
u
●
to ON status:
Push the key until the
display appears.
You will hear the key acknowledgment tone.
or
●
Simply place the mobile unit in the
charging unit.
You will hear the key acknowledgment tone.
Srch.station 1
TEL.BOOK
REDIAL
Station 1
TEL.BOOK
REDIAL
Switching from LOCK Status:
Keyboard
protected
u
u
●
●
to ON status:
Push the key briefly, until the
display is updated.
You will hear the key acknowledgment tone.
Station 1
TEL.BOOK
REDIAL
to OFF status:
Push the key until the
display goes off.
You will hear the key acknowledgment tone.
Note:
●
The mobile unit must be in ON status in order to dial or to use the memory.
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Comfort Mobile Unit
Registering the Comfort Mobile Unit at a Base Station
Every additional mobile unit acquired must first be registered at the base station.
For this, follow these steps:
1. Push the registration key on the base station.
Please use an object with a sharp point (e.g. pencil, pen).
The registration key begins to blink.
Registration key
2. Then, on the mobile unit (within 1 minute):
u
If you switch on a Comfort mobile unit
which is not registered at any base station,
the following display appears.
ß
Push F key,
Register !
Srch.station
TEL.BOOK
ß
NEXT
OK
Push F key,
Main menu appears
Telephone book
Redial
Telephone lock
NEXT
OK
Push this key repeatedly until “Settings”
appears on the 1st line of the main menu.
Settings
Station selection
Service
NEXT
OK
Push this key to select “Settings”
Handset volume
Tone ringing
Display contrast
NEXT
OK
The next menu level appears
NEXT
OK
NEXT
OK
Push this key repeatedly until “Register”
appears on the 1st line of the main menu.
Register
Language
Autom.backlight
NEXT
OK
Push this to select “Register”
Station 1
Station 2
Station 3
NEXT
Scroll to select the base station.
The selection of the base station number,
stipulates the station on which your mobile
unit is to be operated; here, station 1.
OK
Registration
Srch.station 1
Continued
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o
NO
Comfort Mobile Unit
Enter the 4-digit system code. (Set at
“0000” upon delivery).
If necessary, correct with
.
Enter
system code:
* * - OK
Push if you want to view but not register it.
or
NO
OK
Confirm that you want to register the Comfort mobile unit at the base station with that
number.
1... 8
Select one of the internal numbers which is
still available (for example, “4”).
The mobile unit can then be reached at this
base station, using this internal number.
OK
OK
Confirm the internal number.
If necessary, correct with
.
Close the registration procedure.
The Comfort mobile unit displays the internal number with which it is registered.
Register
on
Station 1
OK
Please enter
INT. No.:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Own
Internal no.:
4
OK
Registered
with
Internal no. 4
Note:
●
You can register your Comfort mobile unit on up to four base stations.
●
Up to 8 mobile units can be registered on one base station.
If 8 mobile units are already registered, the message “No free internal No.” appears on the
screen during the registration procedure after the system code is entered.
●
To deactivate a mobile unit, see page 121.
Viewing Your Own Internal Number
ü
g
Push internal key.
Your station number is displayed;
Here, the 1.
Push this key to return to the idle status.
Own:
Internal No.: 1
Coll.call
Station 1
TEL.BOOK
REDIAL
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Viewing and Setting the Dialing Mode
The German Telekom AG offers two different dialing modes for telephones:
●
Dial pulsing system (Dial Pulsing System = DPS)
●
Dual-tone (multifrequency system = DTMF)
At initialization, your telephone is set for tone dialing.
Tone dialing (DTMF) is, however, only possible if your telephone lines are connected to a new
digital switching exchange. The German Telekom AG has, however, not yet completely finished
converting all telephone lines in Germany to digital switching exchanges.
Determining the Dialing Mode of Your Telephone Connection:
Press the connect key and dial any digit (for example, 2).
If you still hear the same dial tone after dialing the digit, you will have to switch the dialing mode.
The dialing mode must be individually set for both external telephone lines:
1. In the idle state, press the ß key and select “Service” from the main menu.
2. In the service menu, select “System Settings” and enter the system code.
(See also page 115).
Sys cd/Mn sys cd
After the correct system code is entered,
Duration/units
the following display appears:
Call barring
NEXT
OK
Scroll, using NEXT ...
Line data
External 1/2
until “Line data” appears in the 1st line;
confirm with OK.
Scroll, using NEXT, to select the external
telephone line for which the call allocation is
to be set,
e.g. External 1; confirm with OK.
External 1
External 2
NEXT
OK
Pause duration
Dial data
Call data
NEXT
OK
Dial data
Confirm “Dial data” with OK..
Dialing mode
Time for ground
Time for flash
OK
NEXT
Dialing mode
Confirm “Dialing mode” with OK.
Act.: DTMF/Fl0,25
New: DPS/ground
New: DTMF/ground
NEXT
OK
Act.: DTMF/Fl0,25 The menu for setting the dialing mode is
displayed (complete menu at left).
New: DPS/ground
New: DTMF/ground
New: DTMF/Flash
- - - - - - - -
Note:
●
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In order to operate your Gigaset 1054 on a main station connection, you only need the
“DTMF/Flash 0.25” or “DPS/ground” settings.
The additional dialing mode settings are for operation of the
Gigaset 1054 as part of a telephone network (see page 137)ff.
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Non-Cordless Devices
Connection Jacks
The Gigaset 1054 base station is equipped with two telephone jacks (B and C), for connecting
non-cordless terminals. Internal station numbers are automatically allocated to the jacks:
● Jack B (upper) has the internal station number 0
● Jack C (lower) has the internal station number 9
The connections of the auxiliary devices must have TAE plugs. The Gigaset 1054 jacks have the
code F/N.
Can be connected
Internal station no.
Register on system as
Telephones (Jack B or C)
0 or 9
Telephone
Answering machine (Jack B or C)
0 or 9
Telephone
Fax devices (Jack B)
0
Fax or “Neutral“
Modems (Jack B)
0
Modem
T-Online (VTX) devices (Jack B)
0
Modem
External bell (Jack B or C)
0 or 9
Telephone
Door interphone (Jack C)
9
Door interphone
Only approved non-cordless devices can be connected.
Connecting Telephones
Telephones can be connected immediately, without changing any settings. A telephone or noncordless device does not have to be registered at the base station.
The dialing mode (pulse or tone dialing) is recognized automatically and does not need to be set.
It is not possible to set up connections with two non-cordless devices simultaneously.
A signal key on the telephone has no function once the telephone is connected to Gigaset 1054
(exception: telephones with tone dialing).
The telephone does not display any call charges. Call charges are, however, recorded by the
system. The charge sums per station and per multiple subscriber number can be queried or deleted from a registered mobile unit.
Connecting Non-Cordless Devices (other than telephones)
The settings necessary for the auxiliary device connection can be programmed using a registered
mobile unit.
You can stipulate whether a fax device, modem, VTX, a door interphone or an answering
machine is to be connected (see page 67 or page 116 ).
In addition, other station-specific settings, e.g. trunk authorization, call allocation, etc., can be
programmed -- using a mobile unit -- for every connected auxiliary device.
When a fax device is used with Gigaset 1054, the fax must be set for operation behind a
telecommunication system (see the operating instructions for your fax machine).
You can use the following Baud transmission rates on the station connections:
●
Jack B (upper), internal station number 0: up to 28,800 Baud
Jack C (lower), internal station number 9: up to 9,600 Baud.
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Non-Cordless Devices
Examples of Connections for Door Interphones via TFE (entrance telephone)
The following example shows how Gigaset 1054 can be connected to different types of door stations via door interfaces, using the Siemens door interphone adapter.
Door interphone adapters are available in retail stores.
Doorstations
RITTO
5760.00
2
6
+
+
or
Grothe
TL 290
L
U
O
B
or
Amplifier
Siedle
TLM 511
12
11
9
+
or
Siedle
TLE 051
Siedle
PVG 402
12
11
14
+
12
11
9
+
TS
TS
KL1
9
+
Siedle power supply
NG 402
c
TFE adapter box
S30817-K930-A200
b
UB2
UB1
TS1
TS2
KL2
Door opener
Doorbell
transformer
b
a
b
a
TO2
TO1
b2
a2
KL1
KL2
b1
a1
Connection cable
Connection Points for the TFE Adapter Box
a1/b1
Connection points for the voice wires leading to Gigaset 1054
TO1/TO2
Connection points for the door opener
KL1/KL2
Connection points for the doorbell button
a2/b2
Connection points for the voice wires leading to the door interphone
TS1/TS2
Power-on contacts for the interphone amplifier
UB1/UB2
Connection points for the doorbell transformer
Note:
●
●
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Ring allocation of the door interphone, see page 72 or page 120.
Connection with the door interphone, see page 53 or page 106.
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Non-Cordless Devices
Connection Examples for Door Interphones via TFE
The following examples show how Gigaset 1054 can be connected to different door station
types with the help of the Siemens door interphone adapter (TFE/V).
Grothe
TS 6216
RITTO
5760
Siedle
TLM 511
Siedle
TLM 051
TFE/V
L
O
B
U
2
+
+
6
12
13
14
11
12
+
14
11
LS1
LS2
MIC+
MIC-
Doorbell
transformer
8 - 12 V
220 V
Door opener function
not available
S30817-K936-A313
Bridge X1
Potentiometer
Bridge X2
AC
AC
TOE
TOE
KLI
KLI
B
A
Doorbell
key switch
Gigaset 1054
Connection cable
Tip:
Any humming
which might occur
can be eliminated
using this
connection.
AC
1000uF
20V
40V/1A
AC
Please note for door interphone adapter (TFE/V):
– The potentiometer should be set on the maximum volume (turn all the way to right).
– The X1 bridge must not be changed.
– Routing of X2 bridge:
SIEDLE TLM 511
RITTO 5760
Grothe TS 6216
In addition, for the individual door stations, a variety of changes must be made:
Door Station
Changes in the Door Station
SIEDLE TLM 511
- Open bridges 1, 3, 4.
- Replug loudspeaker wire from “bl” pin to “12“.
- Potentiometer on maximum volume
- Replug yellow wire from “B“ to “0“
RITTO 5760
Grothe
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Standard Settings
Saving / Changing the System Code
For your own protection, you can enter a new system code for the system. This protects your
system settings and prevents registration of additional mobile units without the code. All entries
are carried out from a mobile unit. The system code at the time of initialization is 0 0 0 0.
w #( *
Press these keys in sequence
.
n
8
A
-- -CD
8
n
CD - -
o
Enter the previously-set system code.
o
Enter the new system code
(be sure to note this).
Every digit entered replaces one of the
first 4 dashes.
8 - --- - - - -n
A
CD
o
Enter the new system code again.
Every digit entered replaces one of the
last 4 dashes.
8
- - -CD
w
Every digit entered replaces one dash;
thereafter, 8 dashes appear.
Push the enter key to complete
the procedure.
A
A
n
C
Note:
●
If you have entered an erroneous system code, a negative acknowledgment tone is signalled and the display will blink.
●
A procedure can be terminated by pushing the connect key.
●
If you forget your system code, it will be necessary to disassemble your device. Forgetting
your system code is like losing a key. If this happens, please contact your system vendor.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Standard Settings
Enter / Change Mobile Unit PIN
In addition, you can enter a new individual PIN for each mobile unit. This prevents unauthorized
access, for example, to the personal data which you have stored. In addition, the mobile
unit PIN is necessary for: Locking the mobile unit and enabling hotline, programming the hotline,
unlocking the mobile unit and changing the mobile unit PIN. At initialization, the PIN is 0 0 0 0.
w
Push the enter key.
The memory is opened.
A
C
Push the 8 key.
The procedure is activated.
8
A
C
Push the 9 key.
8
A
C
o
Enter the previously-set mobile unit
PIN .
Every digit entered replaces one dash;
thereafter, 8 dashes appear.
8
C
o
Enter new mobile unit PIN
(be sure to note this number).
Every digit entered replaces one of the
first 4 dashes.
8 ____ ____ 9
o
Enter the new mobile unit PIN again.
Every digit entered replaces one of the
last 4 dashes.
(
)
w
A
____ 9
A
C
8
C
A
Press the enter key again.
The procedure is complete.
The new mobile unit PIN is stored.
__ 9
____ 9
C
Note:
●
If you have entered an erroneous mobile unit PIN, a negative acknowledgment tone will be
signalled and the display will blink.
●
A procedure can be terminated by pushing the enter key.
●
If you forget the PIN, it will be necessary to disassemble your system.
Forgetting a PIN is like losing a key.
If this should occur, please contact your telephone vendor.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Standard Settings
Setting Tone Ring of the Mobile Unit
Volume
The tone ring volume of the mobile unit can be set at 6 levels.
Level 1 = quiet, Level 6 = loud (status at initialization).
w
%
o
w
Push the enter key.
Push the 5 key.
The tone ring which is set for the mobile
unit rings and the volume level is
shown; here, 2.
Push any of the number keys (1 to 6).
New setting; here, 6.
A
C
52
A
C
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C
A
C
Push the enter key again.
Pitch
The pitch of the mobile unit can be set at 1 of 6 levels.
Level 1 = slow (status at initialization), Level 6 = rapid.
w
Push enter key.
&
Push the 6 key.
The pitch set for the mobile unit sounds
and the pitch level is shown; here, 2.
o
w
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Push any of the number keys (1 to 6).
New setting; here, 5.
Push the enter key again.
A
C
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A
C
65
C
A
C
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Standard Settings
Activate / Deactivate Automatic Line Seizure
If the automatic line seizure is activated (status at initialization), an external telephone line is
immediately seized when the connect key is pressed, and a dial tone is heard. If this feature is
deactivated, you must first dial a zero in order to get an outside line.
w#!o
0
1____
Press the keys shown in the sequence
shown and then enter system code.
Every digit entered replaces one dash
on the screen.
CD
1
CD
Push 0 for both telephone lines
012
z*§ Push these keys in sequence.
The display shows a list of the
registered subscribers.
o
= or 1
w
The current settings are shown.
Select internal station, i.e. push one
number key between 1 and 8; here, 2..
A
A
__
A
n3
A
CD
123
CD
n3 2 1
A
CD
To activate, push the 1 key (status at initialization).
To deactivate, push the 0 key.
C
Push the enter key to complete the
procedure.
Activate / Deactivate Automatic Call Pickup
If automatic call pickup is activated, you can receive the call immediately by simply picking the
mobile unit up from the charging unit. If it is not activated, you must first push the connect key.
w§( Push these keys in sequence.
The current setting is shown.
= or 1
w
38 1
A
C
To activate, push the 1 key (status at initialization)
To deactivate, push the 0 key.
Push the enter key to complete the
procedure.
C
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Standard Settings
Activate / Deactivate Call Pickup
Explanations of how to utilize the call pickup feature are found on page 36.
w#!o
.
0
Push the keys shown here in the
sequence shown, and then enter the
system code.
1____
CD
Every digit entered replaces one dash
on the screen.
1
CD
Push 0 for both telephone lines.
012
z*/ Push these keys in sequence.
=or 1
w
34
A
A
__
A
CD
A
CD
n7 0
To activate, push the 1 key (status at initialization)
To deactivate, push the 0 key
Push the enter key to complete
the procedure.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Incoming Calls
Accept/Terminate Calls
An incoming call (external, internal) is signalled via tone ringing as well as on the screen of the
mobile unit.
Screen Display Before Call Pickup:
1
Incoming external call:
Display blinks.
(here, telephone line 1)
C
Incoming internal call (here, from
mobile unit 2):
Display blinks.
C
F
2
G
To Pick Up a Call:
either
or
“pick up”the mobile unit
from the charging unit,
push the connect key g , if the
mobile unit is not in the charging unit.
Screen Display During the Call:
External (here, telephone line 1)
Internal (here, from mobile unit 2)
1
CD
2
CD
F
G
To Terminate a Call:
either
place the mobile unit back in the charging unit,
or
Push the connect key g ,if the
mobile unit is not placed back in the
charging unit.
Display After End of Call:
C
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Incoming Calls
Call Pickup
You can pick up an external call within a call group (see page 69) even if the call is not signalled
on your mobile unit (for example, in the case of call forwarding; see page 52).
For this, call pickup must be activated (see page 34).
g
we
1
F
CD
1
F
CD
F
Push connect key.
C
Push these keys in sequence, to pick up
the external call
or
If “Automatic line seizure” (see page 33) is activated:
=
36
Push this key to seize a free telephone
line
(Display line code).
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Incoming Calls
Answer Call Waiting During an Internal Call
The call waiting tone signals, during a call, that an external call is waiting. Picking up the external
call during an internal call terminates the internal call.
You are engaged in an internal call and
b
3
hear the call waiting tone.
we
or
g
Push these keys in sequence in order to
accept the external call immediately
A
Push the connect key to terminate the
connected internal call.
When the tone ring sounds, you can
pick up the external call.
CD
FG
CD
FG
- - -
F
CD
Answer Call Waiting During an External Call
The call waiting tone signals, during a call, that an external call is waiting.
You are currently engaged in an external
b
123456
call and hear the call waiting tone.
we
Push these keys in sequence to pick up
the external call immediately.
(Already-connected external call is
placed on hold).
A
CD
F
CD
F
You can now toggle between the calls
ü#
Push these keys in sequence,
(terminate with e)
123456
CD
F
CD
F
CD
F
or set up a 3-way conference call
we
Push these keys in sequence,
(terminate with e)
or return to the original call
e
Push this key,
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Outgoing Calls
External Dialing, Using Dialpad
After putting Gigaset 1054 and the standard mobile unit into service, you can generally place
calls with any mobile unit which is switched to ON.
g
Seize external line
Push connect key
CD
Automatic line seizure
is programmed (status at initialization)
Line code (LKZ) of the available telephone line is shown.
1
Automatic line seizure is not programmed
You will hear the internal dial tone
CD
F
CD
F
!
Seize line 1
1
CD
F
“
or line 2 specifically
2
CD
F
=
Seize available external telephone line
1
CD
F
Enter the number to be dialed.
This is then shown on the screen;
here, for example, 123456.
1123456
o
CD
F
To Terminate the Call:
g
Push the connect key or place the
mobile unit back in the charging unit.
C
Note:
If the trunk line is already being used by another internal station, “---” will blink on the screen of
your mobile unit and you will hear the internal busy signal.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Outgoing Calls
Using the Dialpad for External Dialing as En-Bloc Dialing
En-bloc dialing makes it possible to view the external number which has been entered -- before it
is dialed.
Automatic Line Seizure Programmed
o
g
Enter the number to be called. Here, for
example, 1 2 3 4 5 6.
Press the connect key within
30 seconds.
The seize symbol will blink on the
screen. You will then hear the dial tone,
and the number is dialed.
The line code appears as the first digit.
123456
C
123456
CD
0123456
CD F
Automatic Line Seizure Not Programmed
o
g
Enter the number to be called,
preceded by the line code
(here, for example, 1)
0, 1 or 2, followed by the telephone
number
Press the connect key
The seize symbol will blink on the
screen. You will then hear the dial tone,
and dialing begins
1123456
C
1123456
CD
1123456
CD F
To Terminate the Call:
g
Push the seize key or return the mobile
unit to the charging unit.
C
Note:
●
●
If you want to change a block of numbers which has already been dialed or if you want to reenter it, push g twice.
En-bloc dialing can contain up to 22 digits.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Outgoing Calls
Number Redial
Number redial enables the user to redial the number which was last dialed.
g
Push the connect key.
You will hear the dial tone.
The telephone line is seized
z
Push the number redial key.
The telephone number is shown on the
screen; here, for example, the line code
1 and the telephone number 1 2 3 4 5 6
78;
the number is then dialed.
CD
1
CD
112345678
CD
F
F
To Terminate the Call:
g
Push the connect key, or return the
mobile unit to the charging unit.
C
Note:
●
●
●
The number redial memory can contain up to 22 digits.
When a new number is entered, it replaces the previously-entered number.
After pushing the number redial key, you can manually dial additional suffix digits. These suffix-dialed digits are not stored in the number redial memory.
Number Redial as En-Bloc Dialing
When using number redial as en-bloc dialing, you can select one of the last three numbers
dialed; this number will then be dialed.
Device is in idle state
Push number redial key,
the first telephone number appears.
12345678
z
Push the number redial key repeatedly.
The last three numbers dialed are
shown, one after the other.
34567890
g
Push the connect key in order to dial the
selected telephone number.
z
(Line code; here, for example, 0)
C
C
034567890
CCD F
Note:
●
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When a new telephone number is entered (which is not one of the three telephone numbers
which are already in the memory), it replaces the previous number.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Outgoing Calls
Internal Call to Another Mobile Unit or Auxiliary Device
ü
o
Push internal key.
Your station number is displayed; here,
for example, 1.
Enter the station number to be called,
2
i.e. push one of the keys 0 to 9; here, for
example, 2.
The station number of the mobile unit being
dialed is shown; here, for example, 2.
You will hear the internal ring tone.
CD
G
CD
G
1
The station answers, after seeing on the
screen which station number is calling.
Carry on the internal call...
To Terminate the Call:
g
Push the connect key or return the
mobile unit to the charging unit.
C
Note:
●
●
●
Internal station numbers 0 to 9 are available on the Gigaset 1054.
To view the internal station number on the base station currently in use, press the internal
key. To terminate, return the mobile unit to the charging unit or press the connect key.
If the mobile unit is already engaged in an internal call when an external call arrives, a socalled camp on (call waiting) tone (see page 37) is signalled.
In this case: Terminate the internal call by returning the mobile unit to the charging unit or by
pressing the connect key. Pick up the external call after hearing the ring tone (“Call Pickup”,
see page 36).
Internal Dialing with Collective Call
For more information about collective call, see page 68.
ü
*
Press the internal key.
Your station number is displayed; here,1.
CD
G
Push the star key.
All registered internal stations, mobile
units and auxiliary devices are displayed
and rung.
You will hear the internal ring tone.
236
CD
G
One of the stations answers;
here, for example, 3
You carry on the internal call...
3
CD
G
1
To Terminate the Call:
g
Push the connect key or return the
mobile unit to the charging unit.
C
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Outgoing Calls
Dialing Speed Dial Numbers
You can store 10 frequently-used numbers as speed dial numbers. The programming of speed
dialing numbers is described on page 46.
g
ö
Push the connect key.
You will hear the dial tone.
1
CD
F
Push the speed dial key.
1
CD
F
Push the speed dial key repeatedly until
the memory location of the desired telephone number appears (here, for
example, memory location 8).
8 123456
F
Enter the digit shown (here, 8) in order
to dial the phone number.
1123456
F
1123456
F
Finding and Dialing Speed Dial Numbers
ö
o
CD
CD
or
Direct Dial of Speed Dial Numbers
o
Enter the desired memory location
(here, 8).
The phone number stored at that
memory location is dialed.
CD
To Terminate the Call:
g
Push the connect key or return the
mobile unit to the charging unit.
Note:
●
●
●
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Speed dial numbers can also be dialed as en-bloc dialing.
You can also suffix dial additional digits.
Speed dial numbers are not stored in the number redial memory.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
During the Call
Placing a Call on Hold
An existing call can be placed on hold, for example in order to consult with someone in the room.
During this time, the person on the other end of an external call hears music.
Placing an Internal Call on Hold
b
ü
e
You are engaged in an internal call.
3
CD
G
Push the internal key.
The station number of the internal station and INT blink.
3
CD
G
Push the signal key in order to retrieve
the call.
3
CD
G
Placing an External Call on Hold
b
ü
e
You are engaged in an external call.
Push the internal key.
EXT blinks on the screen.
Push the signal key in order to retrieve
the call.
123456
CD
F
CD
FG
123456
CD
1
F
Note:
From within the hold status, you can carry out other switching functions; you can, for example,
.... Carry on a confidential consultation (see page 48),
.... Transfer the call on hold to the consultation partner (see page 48),
.... Toggle between the call on hold and the consultation call
(Toggle, see page 50),
.... Set up a 3-way conference (see page 51) (with the call on hold and the consultation
partner).
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
During a Call
Setting the Handset Volume
You can set the handset volume on your mobile unit; it has three levels (1=normal to 3=loud) .
This adjustment is possible either during a call or when the unit is in ON status.
b
w =
!...§
w
You are engaged in a call...
12345678
CD
F
The current setting is shown.
(initialization status)
01
A
CD
F
Push the keys (1...3) (e.g.2)
02
CD
F
CD
F
Press these keys in sequence.
Push the enter key again.
The volume setting is changed.
Display after the handset-loud setting:
Level 2
(Display only in idle status)
Level 3
A
C
C
Mute Feature
If you do not want your call partner to hear you (for example, if you want to consult with
someone in the room), you can temporarily set the mobile unit on mute during an external call.
b
You are engaged in a call...
Mute Feature Activated:
ü
Push internal key.
Your call partner cannot hear you. The
line code is displayed
(for example, 2).
12345678
CD
F
CD
FG
Mute Feature Deactivated:
44
e
Consulting in the room ...
Push the signal key.
Your call partner hears you once again.
12345678
CD
F
b
You continue your call...
12345678
F
CD
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
During a Call
Temporary Switch to Tone Dialing
If your Gigaset 1054 is connected to a telephone line with tone dailing, then the following is not
relevant for you.
If your Gigaset 1054 is connected to a line with pulse dialing (DPS), you have the option of temporarily switching the dialing mode of your Gigaset 1054 from DPS to DTMF (tone dialing).
By switching the dialing mode from pulse to tone dialing, you can enter information via the dialpad during a call, for instance in order to query an answering machine or voice mail, or to take
advantage of German Telekom AG services such as “City Call” or “Scall”
, etc.
b
You have set up an external connection.
w
Push the enter key.
*
Push the star key.
The dialing mode is changed to tone
dialing.
123456
CD
F
A
CD
F
123456
CD E F
Hinweis:
You must dial at least one digit before you can temporarily change the dialing mode.
After you have switched, you can switch back and forth between the dialing modes during the
call, using the signal key e . After completing the call, the telephone reverts automatically to
the original dialing mode.
Digits and symbols which are entered while the phone is switched to the alternative dialing
mode are not stored in the repeat dial memory.
The tone dialing symbol appears only during the temporary change of the dialing mode, and disappears during an internal consultation.
At the initialization, the phone is set for tone dialing.
During the switchover, the call charges / length of call display is suppressed.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Speed Dial
Speed Dial Numbers: Storing, Viewing or Changing
You can save 10 frequently-used telephone numbers. The procedure for dialing speed dial numbers is described on page 42.
Notebook Feature:
You can also program telephone numbers as speed dial numbers during a call.
wö
o
Push the enter and speed dial keys.
Push one of the digit keys -- 0 to 9 -- to
select a memory location
for example, 8.
The selected memory location “8” is
displayed at the left; beside this is the
memory contents. If the memory location is empty, then z is displayed.
Otherwise, the number stored there is
shown; here, 3 3 3 3 3 3.
A
C
8 333333
A
C
Confirm Stored Telephone Number:
w
Push the enter key;
the current number stored at memory
location 8 is confirmed.
C
Store New Telephone Number:
o
w
Enter the new telephone number;
for example, 1 2 3 4 5 6.
Push the enter key.
8 123456
A
C
C
Note:
●
10 speed dial numbers, each with up to 22 characters, can be stored; the characters can be
digit, pound, star and signal keys. In the case of longer telephone numbers, only the first 22
characters are stored.
●
It is also possible to store numbers even if the unit is not connected to a base station.
●
Change the telephone numbers by overwriting them.
●
Notebook feature: A telephone number can be stored as a speed dial number even during a
call.
●
If “No automatic line seizure” is activated, the first digit must be the line code (0, 1 or 2).
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Speed Dialing
Delete Speed Dial Numbers
w
(“
o
w
Push the enter key.
Push the 8 and 2 keys.
Enter the mobile unit PIN
(see “Enter Mobile Unit PIN”).
Every digit entered replaces one dash
on the screen.
Push the enter key again.
All speed dial numbers are deleted.
A
C
8 - --- 2
A
C
8
-- 2
A
C
C
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Switching Features
Consultation / Transfer Call
With your Gigaset 1054 system, you have the option of carrying on external as well as internal
consultation calls if the second telephone line is free. This feature could be used, for example, to
consult an external business partner.
Internal Consultation
b
ü
=...)
You are engaged in an external call.
12345678
CD
F
CD
FG
1
2
CD
FG
1
0123
CD
FG
2
CD
FG
Push the internal key.
The line code
is shown; here, 1.
Enter the station number desired; here,
2.
or Ring All Internal Stations:
*
Push the star key.
You will hear the internal ring tone, an
internal station answers; here, station 2.
You carry on the call with the internal
station.
1
Call Transfer:
g
Push the connect key or replace the
mobile unit in the charging unit.
C
Or Terminate Internal Consultation and Return to the External Call:
e
Push the signal key.
You are reconnected to the external station. You continue with the external call.
12345678
CD
F
Note:
●
After dialing the internal telephone number, you can immediately transfer the external call to
that number by “hanging up.” This can be done even before the internal station answers.
●
If the station to which you are transferring the call does not answer within 30 seconds, an
automatic recall occurs.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Switching Features
External Consultation
You have the option, with this system, of transferring an external call to another external number
as long as the second telephone line is available.
b
You are engaged in an external call.
112345678
CD
F
CD
F
If no automatic line seizure is activated:
=
dial 0 as the line code
ü #
Push the internal key and the pound key
2
o
Enter the external phone number to be
called.
234567890
F
You will hear the ring tone, and the station answers. You carry on a consultation call with the external station.
234567890
CD
F
12345678
F
CD
You can also carry out this procedure from within an internal call.
Or Terminate External Consultation:
e
Push the signal key.
The external station which is on hold is
reconnected to you. You continue with
the original external call.
CD
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Switching Features
Toggle
During a consultation call, you can toggle back and forth between two existing calls as often as
you like. External toggle is also possible, if the second telephone line is available.
Toggle Between an Internal and External Station:
b
ü
=...) ,*
ü#
You are engaged in an external call.
Push the internal key.
The line code is displayed;
here, 1.
CD
F
CD
FG
1
CD
FG
1
Enter the station to be called; here, the
3.
Station 3 answers. You carry on the
internal consultation call.
3
Push these keys in sequence to switch to
the external call.
To return to the internal call, repeat the
key combination.
1123456
FG
1123456
F
You are engaged in an external call.
If no automatic line seizure is activated:
dial the 0 as line code
1123456
CD
F
Push these keys to set up an external
consultation call.
2
CD
F
Enter the desired external telephone
number. Carry on the external consultation call.
2345678
F
Push these keys in the sequence shown
here to switch back to the 1st external
call,
1123456
F
Push these keys in the sequence shown
here to switch back to the 2nd external
call.
2345678
F
1123456
F
Terminate the Internal Consultation Call:
e
1123456
Push the signal key.
CD
CD
Toggle Between Two External Stations:
b
=
ü #
o
ü#
ü#
Terminate External Consultation Call:
e
Push the signal key to disconnect the
2nd external partner.
CD
CD
CD
This procedure can also be carried out from within an internal call.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Switching Features
3-Way Conference
During a consultation call, you can connect the two partners, thus setting up a 3-way conference.
An external 3-way conference is possible, as long as the 2nd telephone line is available.
3-Way Conference from Within an Internal Consultation Call:
b
ü
You are engaged in an external call.
Push these keys in sequence in order to
set up a 3-way conference.
Terminate 3-Way Conference:
e
CD
F
CD
FG
1
3
CD
FG
1
3
CD
FG
1
Push the internal key.
Place external call on hold.
=...) ,* Enter the desired station number; here,
3.
Station 3 answers. You are engaged in
an internal consultation call.
we
123456
Push the signal key to terminate the 3way conference.
(the internal station is disconnected).
123456
CD
F
3-Way Conference from Within an External Consultation Call:
b
ü #
=...)
we
You are engaged in an external call.
123456
CD
F
Push these keys to set up an external
consultation call.
2
CD
F
Enter the external number to be dialed.
The external consultation call is set up.
2345678
Push these keys, in sequence, in order
to set up a 3-way conference call.
CD
F
CD
F
21
Terminate the 3-Way Conference:
e
Push the signal key to terminate the 3way conference (the 2nd external partner is disconnected).
123456
CD
F
This procedure can also be carried out from within an internal call.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Switching Features
Activate Internal Call Forwarding
You can forward an external call to another internal station. The call can only be forwarded to a
station which also has call forwarding activated.
w#) !
Push these keys in sequence.
=...)
=...)
w
Use the digit keys to enter the station
number of the internal station to which
the call is to be forwarded.
Use the digit keys to enter the number
of rings after which the call is to be forwarded.
91
A
CD
91 7
CD
A
91 7 3
A
Press the enter key.
CD
C
Note:
●
An activated call forwarding is indicated by a “U” on the screen.
(Query by pushing ü).
Deactivate Internal Call Forwarding
w#) !
Push these keys in sequence.
w
Press the enter key.
91
A
CD
C
Note:
●
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The call forwarding display “U” (query by pushing ü) remains if additional call forwarding
functions are still active.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Switching Features.
Connection with the Door Interphone
The door interphone can only be connected to auxiliary devices which have the internal station
number 9.
g
ü)
g
Push the connect key. This connects
you with the door interphone.
Push these keys in sequence to activate
the door opener. The door opener is
activated for 3 seconds. You can activate the door opener repeatedly.
9
G
CD
9
G
CD
G
9
G
C
Call from door interphone is signalled
(3 short tones).
9
The connection with door interphone
remains set up.
CD
Push the connect key in order to terminate the connection to the door interphone.
C
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Call Charges, Call Length
Display of Call Length: Activate / Deactivate
The automatic call length display is activated after the last digit is dialed. The display remains
visible for 4 seconds after the end of the call.
w#!o
Push these keys in sequence and then
enter the system code .
Every digit entered replaces one dash
on the screen.
!“
z )&
w
CD
1
CD
A
A
__
Select either external telephone line 1
or 2.
012
CD
Push these keys in sequence.
96 1
CD
After digits are entered, the current
setting is shown.
1 or 0
1____
A
A
To activate, push the 1 key (initialization status).
To deactivate, push the 0 key.
Push the enter key.
The call length display is
activated or deactivated.
C
Min. Sec.
Call Length Shown on the Screen:
00-00
CD
Note:
●
●
54
The call length display can show a maximum of 99 minutes and 59 seconds.
If the call is longer than this, the display counter starts again at 00-00.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Call Charges, Call Length
Activate / Deactivate Display of Call Charge or Call Charge Unit
Before you can use this feature, you must first request from the German Telekom AG the
transmission of the call charge data, if this service has not already been requested for
your phone. However, please note that, for technical reasons, the charges on your telephone bill
may differ from those shown on the screen. The Telekom unit counter is always the official indicator. The following are recorded:
– Call charges or call charge units for an individual call from the mobile unit,
– Total call charges or call charge units for the mobile unit,
– Total call charges or call charge units per telephone line,
– Total call charges or call charge units for the entire system.
Note: If the call charge / call charge units display is activated/deactivated, the call length display
is deactivated.
w#!o
1____
Push these keys in this sequence and
then enter the system code.
Every digit enters replaces one dash on
the screen.
!“
z )&
“or =
w
Select external telephone line 1 or 2
.
Push these keys in sequence.
.
After digits are entered, the current
setting is shown.
1
A
__
CD
CD
012
A
CD
96 1
CD
A
To activate, push the 2 key
To deactivate, push the 0.
Push the enter key
.
Examples
Call Charge Display:
A
Total of 23.46, with individual call charge
of 2.07 for the mobile unit, if call charge
factor is set.
Call Charge Unit Display
Total of 598, with 46 individual call
charge units for the mobile unit, if call
charge factor is 0.00.
C
.
2346
F
207
.
000598
F
0046
CD
CD
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Call Charges, Call Length
Call Charge Display of Previous Call: Activate / Deactivate
If this feature is activated (the call charge display must also be activated), the charges for the previous call are shown after the line is seized. This is ideal, for instance, for hotels or inns which
wish to see the call charges for a guest. For resetting options for the charges, see “Delete Call
Charge Total” on page 57.
w#!o
z*0
1or =
w
CD
1
CD
A
Every digit entered replaces one dash
on the screen.
0
1____
A
Push these keys in sequence and then
enter the system code.
__
012
0 for both telephone lines
A
CD
A
CD
n0 0
Push these keys in the sequence shown
.
Push the 1 to activate.
Push 0 to deactivate.(initialization status)
Push enter.
C
Call Charge Factor: Viewing or Setting
If the units / charge display is activated, the mobile unit automatically shows the units. If you
want to see the charge, you must enter the charge factor. The charge factor is valid for all terminal devices connected to Gigaset 1054.
w#("o
Press these keys in the sequence
shown here. Then enter the system
code. Every entry replaces one of the
dashes.
o
w
Note:
The current setting is shown;
here, 0.00
Enter the call charge factor (for example,
.12).
Pushing the star key allows the decimal
point to be displayed or not displayed.
Push the enter key.
8 ____2
A
CD
A
CD
0. 00
A
CD
0. 12
C
If the call charge factor is entered or changed, all previous individual / total entries are deleted. In
order to view the charge factor, follow the procedure, deleting the step “Enter call charge factor.”To display the units again, enter “0.00” as charge factor. The charge factor can be programmed up to 9.99 or 999, and is valid for all stations.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Call Charges, Call Length
Call Charge Totals per Internal Station: View / Delete
w#(§o
Push these keys in the sequence
shown. Then enter the system code.
Every entry replaces one dash.
8 ____ 3
A
CD
The registered internal stations are displayed.
n12
A
456
A
33.00
CD
2.00
A
CD
5.60
1.00
CD
View Total Charges
0...)
.
ü
0...)
w
Enter the internal number.
The total charges for this station are displayed.
Push this key in order to view total
charges for another station.
Enter the next internal number for which
you want to view the call charges.
C
Push the enter key again.
or
Delete Charge Total
0...)
0
ü
w
Enter the internal number
desired.
The total charge for this station is
shown.
Push this key in order to delete the total
charges for the selected station.
Push this key in order to view other total
charges, or
Push the enter key again.
A
CD
5.60
1.00
A
CD
0..00
0.00
C
Note:
●
At the right side of the screen you will see the charges incurred for the current call; at the
left, the total charges incurred for this station up until this point.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Call Charges, Call Length
Call Charge Totals per Telephone Line: View / Delete
w#(§o
Press these keys in the sequence
shown, and then enter the system
code. Every entry replaces one of the
dashes.
The registered internal
stations are displayed.
8____3
A
CD
n12
A
456
012
A
CD
A
CD
CD
View the Total Charges
* 0!“
Select external telephone line 1 or 2;
Press 0 to select both.
ü
Push this key in order to view the total
charges for other numbers
5. 90 3. 00
or
w
CD
Push the enter key to complete
the procedure.
Delete Charge Total
* 0!“
Select telephone line 1, 2; or push 0 to
select both. This selects the individual
telephone line or the total system
charge.
0
Push this key to delete the total charges
for the selected line or for the system.
ü
Push this key to view total charges for
another internal number
w
Push enter key.
5. 90 3. 00
A
CD
A
CD
0.. 00 0. 00
or
.
C
Note:
●
58
At the right of the screen, you will see the charges for the current call; at the left, the total
charges incurred up until this point per telephone line.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Lock
Lock for Outgoing Calls (System Lock): Activate / Deactivate
Using the system lock, you can lock your base station. This ensures that no outgoing calls can be
made.
Exception: Calls to an emergency number are possible if these numbers are stored. Up to four
16-digit numbers can be stored (page 60).
Incoming calls can still be accepted when the system is locked.
w#“$o
Press these keys in the sequence
shown
and enter the system code.
Every digit entered replaces one dash
on the screen.
The current setting is displayed.
1 or =
w
2 ____4
A
2
A
1
A
CD
__4
CD
CD
To activate, push the 1 key.
To deactivate, push the 0 key (initialization status).
Push the enter key.
The system lock is activated or deactivated.
C
Note:
●
If you have programmed system lock with emergency numbers as well as telephone lock
with hotline, no dialing is possible.
Exception: When the emergency number is the same as the hotline number.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Lock
Emergency Numbers: Store / View
In an emergency, it is important to be able to dial emergency numbers even if the system is
locked. You can program four 16-digit numbers for this.
w#“%o
Push these keys in the sequence shown
and enter the system code.
Every digit entered replaces one dash
on the screen.
z
0...)
w
A
2
A
CD
__5
CD
To scroll through the emergency numbers, push the repeat dial key repeatedly.
1 110
A
CD
Here slot 2 is empty.
2z
A
CD
Enter the emergency number for slot
number 2.
2 112
A
CD
3z
CD
Already-existing emergency numbers
can be changed by overwriting them.
z
2____5
To scroll further, press the repeat dial
key. All emergency numbers can be
entered in one step.
A
C
Push the enter key.
Delete Emergency Numbers
w#“/o
Push these keys in the sequence shown
and enter the system code.
Every digit entered replaces one dash
on the screen.
w
60
Push the enter key.
All emergency numbers are deleted.
2____7
A
2
A
CD
__7
CD
C
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Lock
Barred Numbers: Store
The storage of barred numbers enables you to prevent numbers from being dialed which begin
with a barred number. Thus, for example, if the barred number “00” is stipulated, international
calls cannot be made. For each mobile unit and for each telephone, you can store up to three
barred numbers (1 to 8 digits in each case). To activate the barred numbers, see “Activating /
Deactivating Barred Numbers” on page 62.
w#(%o
Push these keys in the sequence shown
and enter the system code.
Every digit entered replaces one dash
on the screen.
The registered stations are then displayed.
=...)
Pus these keys to select a station ;
the first, here empty, barred number
slot is displayed.
8 ____5
A
8
A
CD
__5
CD
01 23
A
CD
1 z
A
CD
2 00
CD
Viewing
z
.
z
Push the repeat dial key
Additional barred number slots are displayed;
Push the repeat dial key again.
The third barred number is displayed,
etc.
or Enter Barred Number
z
Push the repeat dial key.
o
Enter the barred number, e.g. 00;
if desired, enter 2nd and 3rd barred
number
ü
Push to select other internal stations
A
3 0190
A
CD
1 z
1 00
A
CD
or
w
Push the enter key.
C
Note:
●
Changes can be made by overwriting.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Lock
Activate / Deactivate Barred Numbers
More information about the barred numbers is found on page 61.
w#($o
Push the keys in the sequence shown
here and then enter the system code .
Every digit entered replaces one dash
on the screen.
=...)
1 or =
w
8 ____4
A
8
A
CD
__4
CD
A list of the registered stations is displayed.
01234
A
CD
Push these keys to select stations. The
current settings are displayed.
0
CD
A
Push the 1 key to activate,
and the 0 key to deactivate (initialization status) .
Push the enter key.
C
Note:
When a barred telephone number is entered, you will first hear the negative acknowledgment
tone and then the busy tone.
Delete Barred Numbers
For more information on barred numbers, see page 61.
w#(/o
Press the keys in the sequence shown
here and then enter the system code.
Every digit entered replaces one dash
on the screen.
=...)
w
62
8 ____7
A
8
A
A list appears of the stations which have
a barred number programmed.
A
Push these to select stations; here, the
3 has been selected.
A
Push the enter key.
The barred numbers for station 3 are
thereby deleted.
CD
__7
CD
1 34
CD
1
CD
4
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Lock
Set Class of Service for the Internal Stations
By setting the COS for every registered mobile unit and telephone, you can stipulate which stations are allowed to place toll calls.
At initialization, all devices have full trunk authorization.
1.
Full trunk authorization (= initialization status)
The device is capable of making outgoing and receiving incoming external calls.
2. Incoming authorization
The device is capable only of receiving incoming calls. All external dialing is blocked.
3. Internal authorization
The device can only make internal calls. All external dialing is blocked. Users can set up a
consultation call with an authorized internal station, but cannot transfer an external call; the
call is returned in this case.
w#!o
!“
z* !
or
1
CD
Select external telephone line 1 or 2
.
012
Press the keys shown in the sequence
shown
A
A
__
CD
n1 0123
A
CD
n1 2 1
1
To activate full trunk authorization
Push the 1 (initializ. status)
0
For incoming authorization
Push the 0
“
For internal authorization
Push the 2 .
w
Push enter key to end the procedure
Hinweis:
●
CD
A
A list of the registered stations is
shown.
Enter the internal number of the mobile
unit or auxiliary device to be set, i.e.
push one key between 0 and 9; here,
the 2.
The current setting is shown.
o
or
1____
Press the keys shown in the sequence
shown; enter the system code.
Every digit entered replaces a dash on
the screen.
A
CD
C
If your Gigaset 1054 is only being operated on one external telephone line (L1), all authorizations for the second line (L2) should be programmed for “internal.”
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Lock
Locking the Mobile Unit / Activate Hotline
You can lock your mobile unit, thus preventing unauthorized or unintentional use.
If you have programmed a hotline number, then only this hotline number can be dialed.
If no hotline number is programmed, only incoming calls are possible.
To unlock the mobile unit, see page 66.
.
A
C
8
C
w
Press the enter key.
(
Press the 8 key.
!
Press the 1 key
8____1
Enter the mobile unit PIN.
Every digit entered
replaces one dash on the screen.
8 __1
o
w
A
A
A
C
C
Push the enter key again.
The mobile unit is locked.
Example:
Display without hotline number.
Display with hotline number.
0123
C
H
C
H
Note:
●
After locking the mobile unit, the enter key can only be used to
unlock it (within 3 seconds) or to dial the hotline number.
●
If you want to lock the mobile unit, without programming a hotline number, any hotline number which was already programmed into the unit must first be deleted. See “View /Delete /
Enter Hotline Number,”page 65.
●
We recommend that you check to make sure that the number is correctly entered by making
a test call.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Lock
Hotline Number: View / Delete / Store
You can lock your telephone to prevent outgoing calls while still allowing one hotline number to
be dialed. In this case, only this stored hotline number can be dialed. This can, for instance, be
the number under which you can be reached during your vacation.
w
Push the enter key.
(
Push the 8 key.
(
Push the 8 key.
o
View
Enter the mobile unit PIN.
Every digit entered
replaces one dash on the screen.
A
C
8
C
A
8____8
A
C
8 __8
A
C
0123
A
C
Press the number redial key.
A
C
Press the number redial key.
A
C
After the last digit is entered, the hotline
number which has been programmed
is displayed; here, for example, 0123.
or delete
z
or enter
z
o
w
Enter the desired telephone number.
It is shown on the screen;
here, 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 .
12345678
A
C
Push the enter key.
Note:
●
A hotline number can have up to 22 characters, consisting of digits,
pound, star and signal keys.
●
A hotline number, programmed via “Enter barred number,” is not dialed.
●
If automatic line seizure is not activated, the 1st digit must be the line code (0,1 or 2).
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Lock
Dial Hotline Number
o
g
Mobile unit is locked.
0123
C
Push any key.
The hotline number is dialed.
0123
CD
To terminate the call:
Push the connect key.
Mobile unit remains locked.
0123
C
H
0123
A
C
H
8
C
H
F
H
Unlock Mobile Unit
Mobile unit is locked.
w
(
0
o
w
Push the enter key.
The memory is opened.
Display without hotline number
or
with hotline number.
Push the 8 key within 3 seconds.
Push the 0 key.
Enter the mobile unit PIN.
Every digit entered replaces one
dash.
Push the enter key.
The mobile unit is unlocked.
A
8____0
A
C
8 __0
A
C
C
Note:
●
66
After pushing the enter key, the 8 key must be pushed within 3 seconds (otherwise, the hotline number will be dialed)
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
System Settings
Set the Connection Configuration for Internal Stations
You can stipulate which types of devices can be connected at each station.
Cordless devices (1 to 8) can be mobile units, or devices such as Gigaset 1000TAE which can, for
example, be used to connect telephones and fax machines to Gigaset 1054 without cords. For
these stations, “mobile unit” is pre-set.
For non-cordless connections (0 and 9), the device type “telephone” is pre-set. Modems or fax
machines should preferably be connected to the 0 station, a door interphone can only be connected to station 9.
w#!o
Press the keys shown in the sequence
shown here and then enter the system
code.
Every digit entered replaces one dash
on the screen.
=
1____
CD
1
CD
A
A
__
Push this key for both telephone lines
z#= Push these keys in this sequence.
Internal station 0 with the “telephone”
setting is displayed
02
A
CD
1 1
A
CD
03
A
CD
04
CD
Selecting the Internal Station
z
To select the internal station, push the
repeat dial key multiple times.
The registered stations appear with
their current settings
Example: Mobile unit is set for Internal
1, modemi is set for Internal 0.
Setting for the Equipment to be Connected
Different Types of Equipment:
Digit Key
Equipment Type
0
No function
1
Mobile unit
2
Telephone
3
Modem
4
Fax device
5
Door interphone
6
Neutral
(Telephone and Fax)
= ... &
w
Push the digit key to select the type of
equipment; here, non-cordless connection Internal 0 with fax
Push enter key.
A
C
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
System Settings
Ring Allocation for External Calls
With the ring allocation for external telephone lines, you can stipulate which mobile unit or auxiliary devices should be rung when an external call arrives. The ring allocation is carried out by
entering the internal number in the list of the collective call group or in the group list of the ring
allocation.
Stations which are to receive external calls must, as a minimum, have the COS “incoming call
authorization” (see the chapter „Set Class of Service for the Internal Stations“ on page 63).
Up to 10 stations, of which 8 can be mobile units, can be placed in the lists for collective call or
call diversion.
For stations which are already engaged in an external or internal call, call waiting is signalled.
Collective Call
●
At initialization, collective call is set for all stations.
●
An incoming external call is signalled on all registered mobile units and auxiliary devices and
can be picked up by any mobile unit or auxiliary device.
●
Through programming, an individual call can be routed to only one station in the collective
call list.
●
Groups of stations which are part of the collective call group
At the time of registration, the stations are automatically placed in the collective call list. This
can be changed subsequently.
Example:
External telephone line
Allocated internal stations
1
2
1
2, 3, 4
Group Call with Call Diversion Pickup
●
An incoming external call for telephone line L1 is first signalled 3x at mobile units 2, 3 and
can be picked up there. If mobile units 2 and 3 cannot accept the call, the call is diverted to
the second call group (with mobile units 6, 7) .
Example:
External
telephone line
1
68
Allocated internal stations
Group 1
Group 2
2, 3, 6, 7
6, 7
Ring (after
call diversion) at
2, 3, 6, 7
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
System Settings
Ring Allocation: Enter or Change Collective Call Group
For more information about this, see page 68.
If more than 6 cordless stations are in operation at once, the telephone number will only be displayed at the first five devices which are rung. The last registered stations are affected by this.
w#!o
Push the keys shown in the sequence
shown here and then enter the system
code.
Every digit entered replaces one
dash on the screen.
!"
Select external telephone line 1 or 2,
z*" Push these keys in this sequence
!
0 ... )
w
Push key 1 for the collective call group
Push the digit keys of the internal numbers desired in order to place them in
the list of stations.
Stations with this internal number are
allocated to the telephone line selected.
1____
A
CD
012
A
CD
n2
CD
A
n2 1 0123
A
CD
n2 1 0123 6
A
Push the enter key to complete
the procedure.
CD
C
Example:
External telephone line
1
Allocated internal stations
2, 3, 5
If, for example, an external call arrives for line 1, stations 2, 3, 5 are rung simultaneously.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
System Settings
Ring Allocation: Enter or Change Group Call
For more information about this, see page 68.
If more than 6 cordless stations are in operation at once, the telephone number will only be displayed at the first five devices when they are rung. The last registered stations are affected by
this.
w#!o
1____
A
CD
012
A
CD
n2
A
CD
Push 2 for call diversion pickup
n2 2
Push the digit keys of the desired internal numbers.
This selects the stations for the call
group 1.
A
CD
n2 2 012
A
CD
Push the keys shown in the sequence
shown here and then enter the system
code.
Every digit entered replaces one dash
on the screen.
!"
Select external telephone line 1 or 2,
z*" Press these keys in this sequence.
"
0 ... )
#
0 ... )
w
Push the pound key for the 2nd call
group.
Push the digit keys of the desired internal numbers. This selects the stations
for the call group 2.
n2 2 012-
A
n2 2 012- 34
A
Press the enter key to complete
the procedure.
Call group 1
2, 3, 5
CD
C
Example:
External telephone line
1
CD
Call group 2
1, 7
If, for example, an external call arrives for line 1, the stations with the internal numbers 2, 3, 5 are
rung simultaneously; afterward, the stations with the internal numbers
2, 3, 5, 1, 7 are rung.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
System Settings
Ring Allocation: Enter or Change Number of Ring Cycles for Group Call
For more information about this, see page 68.
You can set the number of ring cycles after which group 1 should answer. If there is no answer
after this number of rings, call group 2 is automatically rung. The factory setting at initialization is
3 ring cycles. You can choose anywhere from 1 to 9 tone rings.
w#!o
Push the keys shown in the sequence
shown here and then enter the system
code.
1____
Every digit entered replaces one dash
on the screen.
1
Select either external telephone line 1
or 2.
012
A
CD
z*& Push these keys in this sequence.
n6
CD
! ... )
n6 2
!"
w
Push the key for the desired number of
ring cycles. Here, 2
Push the enter key.
A
A
__
A
A
CD
CD
CD
C
Example:
External telephone line
Call group 1
Call group 2
1
2, 3, 5
1, 7
If an external call arrives for telephone line 1, the stations with the internal numbers 2, 3, 5 are
first rung simultaneously 2 x. After that, the stations with the internal numbers 2, 3, 5, 1, 7 are
rung.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
System Settings
Ring Allocation for the Door Interphone
If you want to set up a door interphone, you can stipulate which internal stations should be rung
from the door interphone. These internal stations can then activate the door opener.
w#!o
1____
A
CD
Push the keys shown here in the
sequence shown and then enter the
system code.
Every digit entered replaces one dash
on the screen.
1
Select 0 for both telephone lines.
012
z#& Push these keys in this sequence.
A
CD
-6 0
0 ... )
CD
-6 123
0
w
Push these keys to enter the internal
numbers for the station call list
A
A
A
Push the enter key in order
to complete the procedure.
__
CD
CD
C
Cancel registration Mobile Unit
Every mobile unit can be unregistered using that unit or any other mobile unit.
w#/"o
Push the keys shown in the sequence
shown here and then enter the system
code.
Every digit entered replaces one dash
on the screen.
All registered internal stations appear on
the screen; here 1 to 8.
o
w
Enter the station number of the mobile
unit to be unregistered, i.e. push one of
the digit keys, here, for example, 2 and
5.
When the 5 is pressed again, the digit
reappears, i.e. mobile unit 5 has not
been unregistered.
Push the enter key, in
order to complete the procedure.
Mobile unit 2 is unregistered.
Note:
To register a mobile unit, see page 19.
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A
7
A
CD
__2
CD
12345678
A
CD
1 34 678
A
CD
1 345678
A
CD
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
System Settings
Resetting the Base Station to the Status at Initialization
You can reset the base station to its initialization status, for example if you feel that you no longer
have a clear overview of the current settings. In order to keep this as simple as possible, however, not all settings are reset.
This procedure accomplishes the following:
a) Resets to initialization
status
Settings
Configuration
b) Deletes:
Units/Charges
Emergency numbers
Barred numbers
w#!o
CD
Every digit entered replaces one dash
on the screen.
1
CD
Select 0 for both telephone lines.
012
CD
25 0
CD
z"%0
Push these keys in this sequence
to reset to initialization status.
w
System code
Registration of mobile units
Ring allocation
1____
Push the keys shown in the sequence
shown and then enter the system
code.
0
c) Does not change:
Push the enter key.
A
A
__
A
A
C
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Mobile Unit Settings
Advisory and Alarm Tones: Activate / Deactivate
The mobile units are pre-set for optimum ease of operation. You can change these settings individually for each mobile unit.
Key Acknowledgment Tone: Activate / Deactivate
When this tone is activated, a tone is heard whenever a key is pushed.
w§! Push enter and keys 3, 1.
The current setting is shown.
=or 1
w
31 !
A
C
Push the 1 to activate ( initialization status)
Push the 0 to deactivate.
C
Press the enter key.
Negative Acknowledgment Tone: Activate / Deactivate
When the tone is activated, every erroneous entry is signalled acoustically.
w§$ Push enter and keys 3, 4.
The current setting is shown.
=or 1
w
34 1
A
C
Push the 1 to activate (initialization status)
Push the 0 to deactivate.
C
Press enter key.
Positive Acknowledgment Tone: Activate / Deactivate
If this tone is activated, only correctly completed settings are acoustically signalled.
w§/ Push enter and keys 3, 7.
The current setting is shown.
=or 1
w
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37 1
A
C
Push the 1 to activate (initialization status)
Push the 0 to deactivate.
Press enter key.
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Mobile Unit Settings
Battery Alarm Tone: Activate / Deactivate
If this tone is activated, an alarm is sounded when the battery needs to be exchanged.
w§" Push enter and keys 3, 2.
The current setting is shown.
=or 1
w
32 1
A
C
Press the 1 to activate (initialization status).
Press the 0 to deactivate.
C
Push enter key.
Range Alarm Tone: Activate / Deactivate
If this tone is activated, the range limit is signalled.
w§§ Push enter and digit keys 3, 3.
The current setting is shown.
=or 1
w
33 1
A
C
Push the 1 to activate (initialization status).
Push the 0 to deactivate.
C
Press enter key.
Synchronization Tone: Activate / Deactivate
If the tone is activated, an acoustic signal is heard when the mobile unit re-enters the base station range.
w§% Push enter and keys 3, 5.
The current setting is shown.
=or 1
w
35 1
A
C
Push the 1 to activate (initialization status).
Push the 0 to deactivate.
Press enter key.
C
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Operation with Standard Mobile Unit
Mobile Unit Settings
Resetting the Mobile Unit to Initialization Status
This procedure accomplishes the following:
a) Reset to initialization status:
• Tone ring volume
• Tone ring pitch
• Battery alarm tone
• Range alarm tone
• Synchronization tone
• Automatic call acceptance
• Acknowledgment tones
b) Delete:
•
Repeat dial memory
•
Speed dial memory
C
Mobile unit is ON.
w
(
Press enter key.
ö Push the 1 and speed dial key.
o
w
Enter mobile unit PIN.
Every digit entered replaces one dash
on the screen.
Press enter key.
The settings are reset / deleted.
Note:
●
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The mobile unit PIN is not deleted or reset.
A
CD
1____z
A
1
A
CD
_z
CD
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Using the Menu
Using the Dialog Keys
External 1
0123456
MUTE
CoNSLT.
The bottom line of the Comfort mobile unit display has two
fields with dark backgrounds. These show the features, which
are based on the status.
These features can be activated, when needed, using the dialog
keys below them.
Example:
F
Dialog keys
To set up a consultation call, use the dialog key
ture “CONSLT.”
ä
for the fea-
In the description below, the name of the feature is used instead of the term dialog key. To activate a specific feature, press the dialog key below it.
Using the Menu
The menu key ßis found in the middle, between the two dialog keys. With this, you can easily
activate menus for switching and for setting functions, either in idle status or during a call.
Telephone Book
Number redial
Telephone lock
NEXT
OK
F
The main menu is at the left of the display. This appears after the
F-key is pressed in idle status.
Three lines of the menu appear on the display. The entire menu
appears below.
The top line has a dark background.
Using the dialog key below “OK,” you can select this feature .
Using the dialog key below “NEXT,” you can scroll through the
menu. Each menu line moves up one line, thus displaying the
other menu lines.
The Entire Menu
Tel.book
Number redial
Telephone lock
Tones
Settings
Search station
Service
---------
In order to select a function using the dialog key “OK,” you must
scroll with “NEXT” until the desired function is highlighted (dark
background).
Using the dialog key “NEXT,” you can scroll through the entire
menu.
The line with “- - - -” indicates the end of the menu.
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Using the Menu
Menu Structure for System Settings
The menu structure for settings is set up as a hierarchy. Generally, settings are first made in idle
status. Additional settings options are also offered in other operating statuses (see “StatusDependent Menus“).
You can move to the desired setting step by step. The ß key also allows you to scroll backward
through the menu levels (Main Menu - Service - System Settings - Equipment Data). Thus, you
can scroll back quickly through the levels.
If you want to terminate the process -- from any point within the menu structure -- without
changing anything, push the connect key g once, or if necessary twice.
Your Comfort mobile unit initiates an automatic cancel after 30 seconds if you do not push any
key within this time.
Example:
In order to program call forwarding, for instance, the following steps must be carried out (from
idle state): Push the ß key; go to the “Service” menu from the main menu; from the Service
menu, select “Forward.ON.”
Below is a rough overview of the menu structure for the system settings:
Idle State
ß
Main menu
Telefonbuch
Telephone book
NEXT
Number redial
Telephone lock
Tones
Settings
Search station
Service
- - - - - - - -
NEXT
ß
OK
Service menu
Forward.ON
Cancel registr.
System setting
- - - - - - - -
OK
ß
Menu for system
settings
Sys cd/Mn sys cd
NEXT
Duration/Units
Call barring
Change sys.code
System lock
Initialisation
Line data
Equipment data
- - - - - - - -
OK
NEXT
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ß
Equip. data
Autom.seizure
Call pickup
Access rights
a/b line
- - - - - - - -
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Using the Menu
Status-Dependent Menus
Using the ß key, appropriate menus can also be activated from different operating statuses,
such as call status, internal call, external call or consultation status.
Example 1 “In Internal Call”
You are engaged in an an internal call...
Internal
Call with 2
MUTE
ß
Handset Volume
Telephone Book
Ext. Consultation
-------------------------
Push.
Menu appears (Entire menu at left).
CONSLT.
Handset Volume
Telephone book
Ext. consultat’n
NEXT
OK
You can select appropriate functions with
“NEXT” and then confirm with “OK”.
Example 2 “External Consultation in External Call“
You are engaged in an external call...
External 1
00:01:01
MUTE
CONSLT.
Push this to set up an
external consultation call.
.
External 2
Please dial
TEL.BOOK
ß
Resume
Mute
Handset volume
Telephone book
-------------------------
CONSLT.
REDIAL
Push.
You can select appropriate functions
with “NEXT” and
confirm with “OK.“
Resume
MUTE
Handset volume
NEXT
OK
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Standard Settings
Enter / Change System Code
For your own protection, you can enter a new four-digit system code for the system. This protects your settings and prevents registration of additional mobile units.
All entries are carried out from a mobile unit. At the time of initialization, the system code is set
at “0000“
.
a
ß
The Comfort mobile unit is in idle status.
Push this key; main menu appears..
Scroll with NEXT ...
Until “Service“ appears in the 1st line of the
main menu and ...
Service
select “Service” with OK .
The next menu level appears.
Scroll with NEXT...
System settings
until “System settings” appears in the 1st
line of the menu and
then select with OK.
Enter the four-digit system code
if necessary, correct with
.
Scroll with NEXT...
Change Sys. code until “Change sys. code” appears in the 1st
line
Telephone book
Number redial
Telephone lock
NEXT
OK
Service
- - - - - - - Telephone book
NEXT
OK
Forwarding ON
Cancel registr.
System settings
NEXT
OK
System settings
- - - - - - - Call Forward. ON
NEXT
OK
System code
Enter:
* * _ _
OK
Sys cd/Mn sys cd
Duration/Units
Call barring
OK
NEXT
and then select with OK.
o
Enter new system code, please be sure to
note this number!
Every digit entered replaces one dash
if necessary, correct with
.
OK
Complete the entry.
o
Repeat the new system code.
Every digit entered replaces one dash..
OK
Push this key to complete the entry.
Enter
new sys.code:
4 7 _ _
OK
Repeat
new sys. code:
* * _ _
OK
Note:
●
If you have entered an erroneous system code, a negative acknowledgment tone will be
signalled.
●
If you forget the system code, it will be necessary to disassemble the device. Forgetting the
system code is like losing a key. If this happens, please get in touch with your vendor.
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Standard Settings
Set Dialog Language
If you would like the display texts to appear in a language other than the one which is already set
(German), you can select between either German, English, French, Italian or Spanish for each
device.
a
ß
Settings
The Comfort mobile unit is in idle status.
Push the F-key; main menu appears:
Scroll through main menu with NEXT
until “Settings” appears in the 1st line,
and select “Settings” with OK.
Language
Select “Language” using same procedure.
Scroll with NEXT and
select desired language with OK.
Telephone book
Number redial
Telephone lock
NEXT
OK
Settings
Search station
Service
NEXT
OK
Active: German
New: English
New: French
NEXT
OK
Set Tone Ringing for Mobile Unit
You can set the tone ring individually, including the volume, pitch and melody. The tone ring
volume has 7 levels, the tone ring pitch (tone sequence frequency) has 10 levels and the tone
ring melody has 10 levels.
a
ß
Settings
The Comfort mobile unit is in idle status
..
Push the F-key; main menu appears:
Scroll through main menu with NEXT ..
.
until “Settings” is on the 1st line,
and select “Settings” with OK.
P ringing
Tone
Telephone book
Number redial
Telephone lock
NEXT
OK
Settings
Search station
Service
NEXT
OK
Select “Tone ringing” in the same manner
from the next menu.
Handset volume
Tone ringing
Display contrast
NEXT
OK
Tonering.volume
Tonering.pitch
Tonering.melody
-----------
Menu appears (entire menu at left).
Using NEXT / OK, you can select and
edit the following options
:
Tonering.volume
Tonering.pitch.
Tonering.melody
NEXT
OK
Tonering.volume
Using NEXT, select the desired volume level
(you can hear the volume while doing this) and
store with SAVE.
Tone ringing can be switched off completely.
.
Tonering. pitch
Set in the same manner as tone ring volume.
Tonering.melody
Set in the same manner as tone ringing volume.
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Tonering.volume
NEXT
SAVE
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Standard Settings
Enter / Change Mobile Unit PIN
For your protection, you can enter a new four-digit PIN for each mobile unit. This protects your
settings such as ,for example mobile unit lock, and your stored personal data. The mobile unit
PIN setting at initialization is “0 0 0 0“.
a
ß
The Comfort mobile unit is in idle
status.
Push this key; main menu appears..
Scroll with NEXT ...
until “Telephone lock” appears in the
1st line of the main menu...
Telephone lock
then select “Telephone lock” with OK.
Enter 4-digit mobile unit PIN
After confirming with OK, the
following menu appears
Scroll with NEXT ...
Change PIN
until “Change PIN” appears in the
1st line of the menu and...
then select with OK .
o
Enter new PIN, please note this number!
Every digit entered replaces one dash
if necessary, correct with
.
OK
Complete entry.
o
SAVE
Repeat new PIN.
Every digit entered replaces one dash..
Push this key to complete the entry.
Telephone Book
Number redial
Telephone lock
NEXT
OK
Telephone lock
Tones
Settings
NEXT
OK
Enter
PIN:
* * _ _
Lock ON
Hotline no.
Del.Hotline No.
NEXT
OK
Change PIN
- - - - - - - Lock ON
NEXT
OK
Enter
new PIN:
4 7 _ _
Repeat
new PIN:
* * * *
SAVE
Note:
●
If you have entered an erroneous PIN, a negative acknowledgment tone is signalled.
●
If you forget your PIN, it will be necessary to disassemble your device. Forgetting the PIN is
like losing a key. If this happens, please get in touch with the vendor of your telephone.
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Standard Settings
Activate / Deactivate Call Pickup
In order to be able to use the call pickup, it must be activated (status at initialization). The activation or deactivation of call pickup is valid for the entire system. Details on how to use call pickup
are found on page 87.
1. In idle status, push the ß key and select “Service” from the main menu.
2. In the service menu, select “System settings” and enter the system code
(see also page 115).
After the correct system code is entered,
the following display appears:
Scroll with NEXT...
Equipment data
Call pickup
OK
Sys cd/Mn sys cd
Duration/Units
Call barring
NEXT
OK
until “Equipment data” appears in the 1st
line
and then select with OK.
Scroll with NEXT...
until “Call pickup” appears in the 1st line
and
Autom. seizure
Call pickup
Access rights
NEXT
OK
then select with OK.
OK
Push OK if you only want to view
or
OFF
83
use OFF to deactivate call pickup.
Call pickup
activated
OFF
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Standard Settings
Activate / Deactivate Automatic Line Seizure
Push the g key to be able immediately seize an external line (status at initialization). If this
function is deactivated, you must first dial a zero to place an external call.
This setting can be adjusted for every internal station.
1. In idle status, push the ß key and select Service” from the main menu.
2. In the service menu, select “System settings” and enter the system code.
(see also page 115).
After the correct system code is entered,
the following display appears:
Scroll with NEXT...
Equipment data
until “Equipment data” appears on the 1st
line and
then select with OK.
Autom. seizure
Sys cd/Mn sys cd
Duration/Units
Call barring
NEXT
OK
Select “Autom. seizure” with OK.
A list of the internal numbers appears.
Push OK if you only want to view
Autom.seizure
Call p ickup
COS
NEXT
OK
Automatic
seizure forInt.:
1 2 _
OK
or
Activate / Deactivate “Automatic seizure“ for Internal Station
1...8
SAVE
Stipulate by deleting or entering the desired
internal numbers; here,
1 to 4; if necessary, correct with
.
Automatic
seizure for Int.:
1 2 3 4
SAVE
Complete with SAVE.
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Standard Settings
Mobile Unit Settings
a
The mobile unit is in idle status.
ß
Push the F-key; main menu appears.
Settings
Handset volume
Tone ringing
Display contrast
Register
Language
Auto. backlight
Multicell config
Initialisation
- - - - - - - Handset volume
Scroll through main menu with NEXT ...
until “Settings” appears on the 1st line and
then select with OK.
The menu for the mobile unit settings
appears (entire menu at left).
Telephone book
Number redial
Telephone lock
NEXT
OK
Handset volume
Tone ringing
Display contrast
NEXT
OK
Using NEXT / OK, you can select and edit
the following options:
Set the handset volume
(3 levels possible).
Handset volume
NEXT
Tone ringing
Set the tone ringing volume,
(7 levels possible)
You can hear the level during the setting procedure.
The pitch (10 levels) and melody (10 levels) of the tone ring can
be set in the same manner.
Display contrast
Set display contrast
(6 levels possible).
Tonering. volume
NEXT
OK
Display contrast
NEXT
Register
OK
OK
See „Registering the Comfort Mobile Unit at a Base Station“ on page
24
Language
Set the language;
5 different languages can be set:
German, English, French, Italian, Spanish.
Active: German
New: English
New: French
NEXT
OK
Auto.backlight
Activate / deactivate automatic display- backlight
Initial. status
Set the initialization status of mobile unit;
this setting is protected by the mobile unit
PIN. PIN setting and telephone book entries are retained!
Auto. backlight
activated
OK
OFF
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Incoming Calls
Accept / Terminate Call
An incoming call (external, internal) is signalled acoustically via the tone ring and visually on the
screen of the mobile unit.
Display Before Call Pickup
RING OFF
Incoming external call:
(here, on line 1)
Push this to switch off tone ring.
You can still accept the call, as long as it
remains visible on the screen.
Incoming internal call:
(here, mobile unit 2) Display blinks.
Call from Ext 1
RING OFF
Call from Int 2
RING OFF
Accept the Call
either
c
by “picking up” the mobile unit from the
charging unit,
g
by pushing the connect key if the mobile
unit is not in the charging unit.
or
Display After Call Pickup
external call
(here, line 1)
internal call (here, mobile unit 2)
MUTE
CONSLT.
Internal
call with 2
MUTE
To Terminate the Call
g
External 1
CONSLT.
Either
push the connect key
or
a
return the mobile unit to the charging unit.
Display After End of Call
Station 1
TEL.BOOK
REDIAL
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Incoming Calls
Call Pickup
You can pick up an external call within your call group even if the call is not signalled on your
mobile unit (for example, in the case of call forwarding, page 105).
In order to do this, call pickup must be activated (see page 83).
g
Push the connect key
Call on Ext 1
EXT 2
PICKUP
Push this key,
to pick up the external call.
Pickup
Ext 1
MUTE
CONSLT.
or
if “Automatic line seizure“ (see page 84) is activated:
@
Push the-0 key, to seize another telephone
line..
External 2
Please dial
TEL.BOOK
REDIAL
External 2
Call on Ext. 1
MUTE
PICKUP
Push this key,
to accept the external call.
PICKUP
External 1
Ext. 2 waiting
TOGGLE
CONF.
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Incoming Calls
Answer Call Waiting During an Internal Call
The call waiting tone signals that an external call is waiting while you are engaged in another call.
If you answer the external call while you are engaged in an internal call, the internal call is terminated.
b
You are engaged in an internal call and hear
the call waiting tone.
PICKUP
Push this button to accept the external call
immediately
Internal
Call from Ext. 1
PICKUP
MUTE
or
g
Push the connect key to terminate the ongoing call.
Call from Ext. 1
You will hear the external call and can
accept it .
RING OFF
Answer a Call Waiting During an External Call
The call waiting tone signals that a call is waiting while you are engaged in another call. The call
waiting feature can be activated and deactivated.
b
You are engaged in an external call and hear
the call waiting tone.
External
External call
PICKUP
MUTE
PICKUP
Push this to pick up the external call imme-diately (the current call is then placed on
hold).
External 1
Ext. 2 waiting
TOGGLE
CONF
You can now toggle between the calls
TOGGLE
Push this button.
or set up a 3-way conference
CONF
Push this button
External 2
Ext.1 waiting
CONF
TOGGLE
Conference
CONF. END
or return to the original call
Push.
The second call is terminated thereby.
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00:11:01
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Outgoing Calls
External Dialing with Dialpad
After putting the base station and Comfort mobile unit into service, you can generally place calls
with a mobile unit which is switched ON.
a
g
The Comfort mobile unit is in
idle status.
Push connect key.
You will hear the dial tone.
Station 1
TEL.BOOK
REDIAL
Automatic Line Seizure Activated (Initialization Status)
External telephone line is automatically
seized.
External 1
Please dial
TEL.BOOK
REDIAL
No Automatic Line Seizure Activated
Internal dial tone can be heard
EXT1
EXT2
Push EXT1/ EXT2 or 1/2 key
to seize specific line
Please seize
line
EXT2
EXT1
or
=
Push this key
first available line is seized
o
Push the digit keys to dial external number.
It is displayed in enlarged form, here
12345678..
External 1
Please dial
TEL.BOOK
REDIAL
then
b
You hear the ring tone.
The subscriber answers.
You carry on the external call...
External 1
12345678
PAUSE
External 1
00:01:01
MUTE
CONSLT.
Continued
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Outgoing Calls
To Terminate the Call:
g
Push the connect key or return the mobile
unit to the charging unit.
The length of time which elapsed during the
call appears on the display.
After 4 seconds, the screen
again shows the following.
00:03:21
Station 1
TEL.BOOK
REDIAL
Telephone Line is Busy:
If the telephone line is already being used
by another Gigaset station, you will hear a
busy tone and see the display:
External line
busy
or, for example.
External 1
busy
Mobile Unit not Fully Trunk Authorized:
If, for example, your mobile unit is not set
for “full trunk authorization,” then you
cannot make external calls.
(See „Set the COS for Internal Stations“ on
page 113.)
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No
access rights
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Outgoing Calls
External En-Bloc Dialing with Dialpad
En-bloc dialing allows you to view the external telephone number which you have entered before
the number is dialed and to correct it, if necessary.
a
The Comfort mobile unit is in idle status
.
Automatic Line Seizure Activated
o
Enter the external telephone number.
It is displayed in an enlarged form; here,
1234567.
if necessary, correct with
.
g
Push connect key within 30 seconds.
You will then hear the dial tone, and the
number can be dialed.
b
The subscriber answers.
You carry on the external call...
Station 1
REDIAL
TEL.BOOK
1234567_
PAUSE
WAHLW.
Extern 1
12345678
MUTE
PAUSE
External 1
00:01:02
CONSLT.
No Automatic Line Seizure is Activated
o
g
Enter the telephone number:
First enter the line code 0, 1 or 2
here, the 0; now enter the tel. number
Push the connect key
You will then hear the dial tone, and the
telephone number is dialed
01234567
PAUSE
WAHLW.
Extern 1
01234567_
PAUSE
WAHLW.
To Terminate the Call:
g
Push the connect key, or return the mobile
unit to the charging unit.
You will see the length of time which
elapsed during the call.
00:03:21
Note:
●
En-bloc dialing can contain a maximum of 22 characters.
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Outgoing Calls
Number Redial
Number redial allows you to automatically redial the last external number dialed from the mobile
unit.
a
The Comfort mobile unit is in idle status
.
Station 1
TEL.BOOK
REDIAL
Push this key to activate
number redial.
The telephone number is shown on the display; here, 12345678.
12345678
DIAL
Push this key to start dialing
12345678
b
The subscriber answers.
You carry on the external call.
REDIAL
DIAL
Extern 1
PAUSE
To Terminate the Call:
g
or a
Push the connect key, or return the mobile
unit to the charging unit.
00:03:21
On the display, you will see the time
elapsed during the call.
Note:
●
●
●
●
The number redial memory can contain a maximum of 22 characters.
Every new telephone number entered overwrites the previous one.
After pushing DIAL, you can manually add suffix numbers. The suffix digits are not stored in
the number redial memory.
The number redial memory is erased if the device is switched off or the battery removed.
Number Redial as En-Bloc Dialing
Number redial allows you to automatically dial the most recently dialed external number.
a
The Comfort mobile unit is in
idle status.
REDIAL
Push this key to activate the number
redial feature.
The phone number is shown on the screen;
here, 12345678.
Push this key to start dialing
The phone number is dialed.
DIAL
The subscriber answers.
You carry on the external call.
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Station 1
TEL.BOOK
REDIAL
12345678
DIAL
Extern 1
12345678
Pause
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Outgoing Calls
Internal Dialing to Another Mobile Unit or Auxiliary Device
a
ü
The Comfort mobile unit is in
idle state.
Station 1
REDIAL
Push internal key.
TEL.BOOK
Your station number is displayed;
here, 1.
Internal
Your own no.: 1
Coll.call
@...9
Enter the desired internal station number,
i.e. push one of the digit keys between 0
and 9; here, the 2.
The internal station number which was
dialed is displayed; here, for example, 2.
or
Collective call:
Coll.call
Push the dialog key.
Internal 1
Calls Internal 2
Internal call to
2 3 4
or
*
Push the star key
You will hear the internal ring tone.
All registered internal stations, mobile units
or auxiliary devices are displayed
and rung.
b
The other party answers, having already
seen on the screen which station is
calling.
You carry on the internal call.
Internal
call with 2
MUTE
CONSLT.
To Terminate the Call:
g
Push the connect key, or return the mobile
unit to the charging unit.
After 4 seconds, the screen returns to the
idle status display.
Station 1
TEL.BOOK
REDIAL
Note:
●
Stations 0 to 9 are available on your Gigaset 1054.
●
To view the internal station number, push the internal key. Terminate by returning the mobile
unit to the charging unit, or by pushing the connect key.
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Outgoing Calls
Dialing from the Telephone Book
You can enter up to 100 names and accompanying telephone numbers in the telephone book
(depending on the length of the number or the name). Saving and administering the entries is
described on page 99.
The stored names can be found either via scrolling or by entering the letters of the name, using
the alphanumeric keyboard on your Comfort mobile unit.
a
TEL.BOOK
NEXT
The Comfort mobile unit is in
idle state.
Push this key to access the telephone book.
Station 1
REDIAL
TEL.BOOK
ANTON
BERTA
C‡SAR
NEXT
DIAL
BERTA
C‡SAR
DANIEL
NEXT
DIAL
By entering the letters, for example
The letter B: Push the 2 twice, or
The letter C: Push the 2 three times quickly,
or
The letter D: Push the 3 once.
BERTA
C‡SAR
DANIEL
NEXT
DIAL
Push this key to dial the number
of the station selected.
External 1
Find the name by scrolling
or
Entering Letters:
22
DIAL
12345678
PAUSE
b
You hear the ring tone.
The station answers..
You carry on the external call...
External 1
00:00:21
MUTE
CONSLT.
To Terminate the Call:
g
Push the connect key, or return the mobile
unit to the charging unit.
On the screen, you will briefly see the time
elapsed during the call.
00:03:21
Note:
●
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If the name search does not find any such entries, an error tone is signalled.
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
During the Call
Call on Hold
You can place an ongoing call on hold in order to, for instance, hold a consultation with someone
in the room.
Placing an Internal Call on Hold:
b
You are engaged in an internal call.
Internal
call with 5
MUTE
ü
RESUME
e
or
Push this key.
The internal station 5 is then placed on
hold.
Push this in order to retrieve the call from
hold .
Push this key.
CONSLT.
Intern
Intern 5 wartet
RESUME
R{CKNAHME
Internal
call with 5
MUTE
CONSLT.
Place External Call on Hold:
b
You are engaged in an external call.
External 1
012345678
MUTE
ü
RESUME
or
e
Push internal key.
This places the external station on hold.
Push this to retrieve the call which was on
hold.
Push this button.
CONSLT.
Ext. 1 waiting
RESUME
R{CKNAHME
External 1
012345678
MUTE
CONSLT.
Note:
●
In the case of an external call which is placed on hold, the call charges and length of call display remain, in the background.
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
During the Call
Temporary Switchover to Tone Dialing
If your Gigaset 1054 is connected to a telephone line with tone dialing, then the following
explanation has no relevance for you .
If your Gigaset 1054 is connected to a telephone connection with pulse dialing (DPS), you have
the option of temporarily switching your Gigaset 1054 from DPS to tone dialing (DTMF) during a
call.
By switching the dialing mode from pulse to tone dialing, you can use the dialpad of your mobile
unit to enter information during a call, for example to query an answering machine or a voice
mailbox or to take advantage of services offered by the German Telekom AG such as “City Call”
and “Scall.”
At the time of initialization, tone dialing is pre-set.
b
You are engaged in an external call and want
to switch to tone dialing.
External 1
12345678
MUTE
ß
Ext.consultation
Handset volume
Telephone book
Temp.tone on
--------------
Push the F-key; the menu appears.
Scroll with NEXT until “Temp. tone
on“ appears on the 1st line
and then select with OK .
CONSLT.
Ext.Consultation
Handset volume
Telephone book
OK
NEXT
Temp. tone
on
External 1
12345678
MUTE
DTMF OFF
Push this key to deactivate
tone dialing.
Temp. tone
off
Note:
●
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DTMF OFF
After the end of the call, the tone dialing function is automatically deactivated.
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
During the Call
Change Handset Volume
You can change the volume of your mobile unit during a call. There are 3 levels
(1=normal to 3=loud).
Handset volume
Telephone book
Push this key; a menu appears.
ß
Cancel call park
NEXT
OK
Push
this
to
select
the
“Handset
volume.”
OK
Display shows the current setting; here,
Handset volume
level 1 (normal).
OK
Push this if you do not want to change the
current setting.
or Change Handset Volume:
NEXT
Select the desired volume level; here, level
2.
Second level is dark.
SAVE
Push this to save the setting.
OK
NEXT
Handset volume
NEXT
SAVE
Mute Function
If you want to prevent your call partner from hearing you temporarily, (for example, if you want to
consult with someone in the room), then you can switch the mobile unit temporarily to mute
during an external call.
b
You are engaged in an external call ...
External 1
00:01:34
MUTE
CONSLT.
Mute On:
MUTE
Push this key.
The call partner cannot hear you.
You can consult with someone in the room.
b
00:01:35
MIC. ON
Mute Off:
MIC.ON
External 1
Push this key.
Your call partner hears you again.
You can activate/deactivate the mute
function repeatedly.
CONSLT.
External 1
00:02:38
MUTE
CONSLT.
You continue with the call ...
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Telephone Book
Entering Names and Characters
The following explains how you can enter letters and digits to administer the telephone book.
After selecting, for example, “New entry” in the telephone book menu, enter the telephone
number. The dialpad automatically switches to letter entry so that you can enter the name.
Entering Letters:
The dialpad (digit keys) is used as an alphabetical keyboard for the entry of names into the telephone book. This entry modus is only available if you are in the “Telephone book” menu.
The letters for each digit key are printed on the keys:
1 2 3 4 5 67 8 9 @
The @ key has the following functions:
Space , period “.“ and dash “-“.
The 1 key is configured with the letters Ä, Ö and Ü. These letters can be entered beginning
with the 1st letter of the name entry.
In addition, you can enter the following: “Star“ * and “Pound“ # .
Entering Digits:
1, 2 to @
Enter digits (not as the first entry in a name) by pressing
the appropriate dialpad key four or five times.
Sorting Sequence:*, #, A, Ä
Telephone numbers which you prefix with *and # will appear as the first entries in the telephone book list, thus making them easy to sort and select. Use this for frequently-called numbers.
To enter letters or special symbols, proceed as follows:
●
Within 8 seconds, press the appropriate digit key repeatedly until the desired letter appears
on the display. The cursor blinks once (where entry appears) each time the key is pressed.
●
When the desired letter appears, wait until the cursor jumps to the next entry space.
●
Then enter the next letter.
●
Enter spaces by pushing the @key once.
Deleting Entries:
If you have entered a wrong letter or number, you can delete it by pushing the backspace key.
Each time this key is pressed, the last letter or digit entered is deleted.
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Telephone Book
Dialing Convenience with the Telephone Book
Up to about 100 entries can be stored in the electronic telephone book of the Comfort mobile
unit (58 when all spaces are used; names up to 16 characters, tel.numbers up to 22 characters).
Before using the “Telephone book” menu, please read the chapter “Menu Techniques” which
describes how to enter digits and letters.
There are two ways to activate the telephone book.
If you want to dial a telephone number from the telephone book, use the dialog key “TEL.BOOK”.
If you want to make new entries, or change or delete entries, push the ß key and then select
the menu point “Telephone book”
.
Dialing from the Telephone Book:
TEL.BOOK
DIAL
To dial, you can activate the telephone book
directly, using the dialog key TEL.BOOK
Push this key to dial the selected name
(page 94).
Editing the Telephone Book:
ß
Dial entry
New entry
Change entry
Delete entry
Delete tel.book
---------------
Push the F-key in idle state;
The main menu appears
In the main menu, select “Telephone Book”
with OK
The menu to edit the telephone book
appears (entire menu is at left).
Station 1
TEL.BOOK
ANTON
BERTA
C‡SAR
NEXT
REDIAL
DIAL
Telephone Book
Number redial
Telephone lock
NEXT
OK
Dial entry
New entry
Change entry
NEXT
OK
Using NEXT / OK, you can select and edit
the following options :
Dial entry
Dialing from the telephone book
(see also the corresponding procedure).
New entry
Enter new names with telephone numbers
in the telephone book.
First the telephone number ...
... then the name.
Entries are sorted alphabetically in the telephone book.
01234567_
Tel. No.?
OK
BAIER_
01234567
Note:
Name?
SAVE
●
Using the prefix, “*“ or “#“ when entering the name, you can ensure that important
entries are placed at the beginning of your telephone book.
●
If no automatic line seizure is activated, the first digit entered
must be the line code (0,1 or 2)
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Change entry
Change or view entry.
Telephone Book
Scroll to names to be changed, using
NEXT, and select with OK.
BAIER
BRUNNER
C˜SAR
NEXT
First the telephone number is offered (for
changes).
(if necessary, delete with
reverse)
BAIER
01234567_
Tel No?
OK
... then the name.
BAIER_
01234567
Complete process with SAVE.
Delete entry
DELETE
Delete tel. book
100
Delete entries individually.
Find / select entries to be deleted, using
NEXT.
ANTON
BERTA
C˜SAR
NEXT
OK
Name?
SAVE
DELETE
Push this key.
The entry is deleted.
Deletes all telephone book entries at once..
This option is available only after entering
the mobile unit’s PIN.
Delete all
entries
in tel. book?
OK
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Switching Functions
Internal Consultation / Transfer of Call
With this system, it is also possible to make consultation calls and to transfer an external call to
another internal station.
Activate Internal Consultation:
b
You are engaged in an external call.
External 1
00:12:10
MUTE
CONSLT.
Ext. 1 waiting
ü
1...9
Push this key;
The external call is placed on hold.
Enter the desired internal number; here, 3
Int. 1 calling 3
Ext. 1 waiting
RESUME
or Ring all Internal Stations:
*
RESUME
Push the star key to ring all internal stations
at once.
You will hear the internal ring tone, a station
answers; here, 3.
You are connected to the internal station.
Int. call to
0 3
Ext. 1 waiting
RESUME
Connection with 3
Ext. 1 waiting
CONF
TOGGLE
Transfer Call:
g
Push connect key, or return the mobile unit
to the charging unit.
Station 1
TEL.BOOK
REDIAL
or Terminate Consultation and Continue External Call:
ß
Push F-key ...
TOGGLE
Menu appears.
Select “Resume” with OK
Resume
The external station is reconnected to you.
You continue with the external call.
Note:
●
●
Call with 3
Ext. 1 waiting
CONF
RESUME
MUTE
Handset volume
OK
NEXT
Ext. 1
00:12:15
MUTE
CONSLT.
After dialing the internal station number, you can immediately transfer the call by “hanging
up”, even before the internal station has answered.
If the station to which the call is being transferred does not answer within 30 seconds, recall
is activated.
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Switching Functions
External Consultation / Transfer Call
With this system, you can carry on a consultation call and transfer an external call to another
external station, if the 2nd telephone line is available.
Activate External Consultation:
b
CONSLT.
You are engaged in an external call.
External 1
00:00:39
MUTE
Push this key to activate external consultation .
External 2
Please dial
TEL.BOOK
o
Enter the desired external telephone number .
CONSLT..
REDIAL
External 2
3456789
TOGGLE
You will hear the ring tone, a station
answers.
You are connected to the external station.
PAUSE
External 2
Ext. 1 waiting
CONF.
TOGGLE
Terminate External Consultation and Continue First External Call:
ß
OK
Push this key, menu appears
Push this to retrieve the consultation call
The first external station is now reconnected with you.
You continue with the first external call
.
Resume
Mute
Handset volume
NEXT
OK
External 1
00:03:45
MUTE
CONSLT.
or
g
Push this key, or return the mobile unit to
the charging unit.
You will receive a recall and can continue
with the original call after picking it up.
External 1
MUTE
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Switching Functions
Toggle
During a consultation call, you can toggle back and forth between the two established calls as
often as you like. External toggle is possible as long as the 2nd telephone line is available.
Toggle with Internal and External Stations:
b
TOGGLE
TOGGLE
TOGGLE
You switch back to the original external call
partner.
External 1
Int. 5 waiting
Internal consultation partner 5 is waiting.
TOGGLE
Push this to switch to the consultation call
etc...
Connection with 5
Ext. 1 waiting
Toggle Between External Stations:
b
TOGGLE
TOGGLE
Connection with 5
Ext. 1 waiting
You are engaged in an internal consultation,
call; the external call partner is placed on
hold.
You are engaged in an external consultation
call; the other external call is placed on hold
.
TOGGLE
CONF.
KONF.
CONF.
External 1
Ext. 2 waiting
TOGGLE
CONF.
You switch back to the original external call.
External 2
Ext. 1 waiting
External consultation partner 2 is waiting.
TOGGLE
Press this to switch back to the consultation
call with external 2, etc...
External 1
Ext. 2 waiting
TOGGLE
CONF.
CONF.
Terminate Toggle:
ß
Press this key; menu appears
OK
Press this to terminate toggle
The external station is reconnected to you.
g
Press this key, or return the mobile unit
to the charging unit.
You receive a recall and can, after picking it
up, continue with the original call.
or
Recall
Note:
●
●
●
Resume
MUTE
Handset volume
NEXT
OK
RING OFF
Extern 2
MUTE
CONSLT.
In this same manner, you can toggle between an internal call and an external consultation
call.
Toggle is also possible using the ü#keys.
It is also possible to set up a 3-way conference from within the consultation status.
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Switching Functions
3-Way Conference
During a consultation call, you can set up a 3-way conference call with two call partners. When
this function is in use, charges and length of call are not displayed. An external 3-way conference
is possible, as long as the 2nd telephone line is available.
External Call Parallel to an Internal Consultation:
b
CONF.
You are engaged in an internal consultation
call; the external call partner is placed
on hold.
Push this key to connect yourself, the internal and the external partners to a 3-way conference call.
Connection with 5
Ext. 1 waiting
TOGGLE
CONF.
Conference
CONF. END
Internal Call Parallel to an External Consultation:
b
You are engaged in an external consultation
call; the internal call partner is placed on
hold.
CONF
Push this key to connect yourself, the external and the internal stations to a 3-way conference.
External 1
Int. 5 waiting
TOGGLE
CONF.
Conference
CONF. END
External Call Parallel to an External Consultation:
b
You are engaged in an external consultation
call. The original external call partner is
placed on hold .
CONF
Push this key to connect yourself and both
of the external stations in a 3-way conference call.
External 1
Ext. 2 waiting
TOGGLE
CONF.
Conference
CONF. END
Terminate 3-Way Conference
CONF. END
or
or e
g
104
Push this key. You can now continue the
original external call.
External 1
01234567
MUTE
Push this key, or return the mobile unit to
the charging unit, to disconnect from both
stations.
CONSLT.
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Switching Functions
Activate/ Deactivate Internal Call Forwarding
Using internal call forwarding, you can forward external calls to other internal stations. The call
can only be forwarded to internal stations which have call forwarding activated.
a
ß
Service
The mobile unit is in idle status
.
Push this key; the main menu appears.
Scroll through main menu with NEXT...
until “Service“ is in the 1st line; select this
with OK.
Call forward.ON
Internal
NEXT
OK
NEXT
OK
Scroll in the next menu with NEXT until
“Call forward.ON” appears in the 1st line;
select this with OK.
Select “Internal” with OK.
Push this to select the internal station to
which the call should be forwarded.
Push this to set the internal station; here,
the 0.
Push this to select the number of tone rings
before forwarding should be carried out..
Push this key to set the number of tone
rings; here, 3 (status at initialization).
Telephone Book
Number redial
Telephone lock
NEXT
OK
Call forward. ON
Cancel registr.
System settings
NEXT
OK
Internal
- - - - - - - NEXT
OK
To internal 0
To internal 1
To internal 2
NEXT
OK
Active:3 cycles
New : 0 cycles
New : 1 cycle
NEXT
OK
Deactivate Internal Call Forwarding:
g
ß
Push the connect key.
“Fnct. set. act.“ means that a system function is set, for example, internal call forwarding.
Fnct. set. act
Please dial
Push this key.
Menu for setting the system functions
appears.
Set system fnct.
Handset volume
Telephone book
NEXT
OK
Set system fnct.
Select “Set system fnct.“
Int.forwarding
Select “Int. forwarding“.
OK
Push this to view the current call forwarding
setting without deactivating it.
OFF
This deactivates call forwarding .
or
TEL.BOOK
REDIAL
Int. forwarding
------------NEXT
OK
Call forwarding
to internal 2
OFF
OK
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Switching Functions
Connection to the Door Interphone
The door interphone should be connected only to the auxiliary device connection with the internal station number 9. This feature is only available for stations which are listed in the door interphone ring allocation list.
Tone ring is signalled by the door interphone
(3 short tones).
g
Push the connect key.
You are connected to the door interphone.
DOOR OPEN
Push this to open the door.
The door opener is activated for 3 seconds.
You can activate the door opener repeatedly
.
The connection to the door interphone
remains.
g
106
To terminate, push the connect key.
Doorstation call
Internal
connection with
doorstation
DOOR OPEN
MUTE
Internal
door open
Internal
connection with
doorstation
DOOR OPEN
MUTE
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Charges, Call Length
Display of Charges / Display of Call Length
You can use any mobile unit to view the total charges as well as the charges for the most recent
call. The charge total includes only the charges occurring on that particular mobile unit. The setting of the unit cost is described on pages 108 and 109.
The setting for all mobile units and auxiliary devices -- whether for call length, units, or charges -is carried out on the mobile units. In addition, you can stipulate whether the previously-incurred
call charges or units should be displayed before the beginning of the call.
The charges per mobile unit or auxiliary device and the total call charges for all devices can also
be deleted, using the mobile unit.
Display of Units
(Unit cost=0)
Display of units remains visible for about 4
seconds after the end of the call.
External 1
0000026 00008
MUTE
CONSLT.
0000026 00008
Total
Individual
External 1
Display of cost in DM
23.07 2.07
(Unit cost >0)
CONSLT.
MUTE
Display of cost remains visible for about 4
seconds after the end of the call.
23.07 2.07
Total
Display of Call Length
Individual
If the call length recording feature is activated, the recording begins immediately upon connection of the call.
Display:
00:07:59
Hours
After the connection is terminated, the call
length display clock stops; it remains visible
on the display for about 4 seconds.
Minutes
Seconds
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Charges, Call Length
Activate and Deactivate Call Length and Call Charge Display / Set the Unit Cost
In order to be able to use this feature, you must first apply to the German Telekom AG to have
your phone lines set up for “unit measurement”.
Your Gigaset 1054 can display either the telephone units, the charges or the call length. At the
time of initialization, the call length display is activated.
The type of display selected appears on all mobile units.
a
The Comfort mobile unit is in idle state.
ß
Push this button.
The main menu appears.
Service
Scroll through the main menu with lNEXT
until “Service“ is in the 1st line; then select
“Service” with OK.
System settings
In the next menu, scroll with NEXT until
“System settings” is in the 1st line; select
with OK.
Enter the 4-digit system code after “System settings; if necessary, use
to correct.
Confirm system code with OK.
Length/Units
Call duration
Units/Charges
ChargFactor-.-ChargFactor--Seize displ. ON
Select “Duration/Units” with OK.
The menu for setting call length display or
charge data appears. (Entire menu at left).
Total
Total per unit
- - - - - - - -
Using NEXT / OK, you can select and edit
the following options:
Call duration
Activate / deactivate display of the call
length.
Activation of the call length display automatically deactivates any call charge display
which might be on!
Units/Charges
Activate / deactivate the call charge units
Activation of the call charge display automatically deactivates any call length display
which might be on!
<
Telephone Book
Redial
Telephone lock
NEXT
OK
Call forward. ON
Cancel registr.
System settings
NEXT
OK
Enter
system code:
- - - OK
Sys cd/Mn sys cd
Duration/Units
Call barring
NEXT
OK
Duration of Call
Units/Charges
ChargFactor-.-NEXT
OK
Recording call
duration Ext1
activated!
OK
OFF
Units/
Charges Ext1
deactivated!
OK
ON
>
Continued
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
ChargFactor-.--
Charges, Call Length
Stipulate unit cost with decimal point.
Any time the unit cost is changed, the total
charges are reset to zero.!
Thus, any change in the unit cost should
only be carried out at the end of a billing
period..
ChargFactor---
Stipulate unit cost without decimal point.
Any time the unit cost is changed, the total
charges are reset to zero.!
Thus, any change in the unit cost should
only be carried out at the end of a billing
period.
This display can also be used to display
charges in a foreign currency..
Seize displ. ON
Total
Activate / deactivate charge display of the
preceding call. (The charge display must be
activated!)
If this feature is activated, then the charges
for the preceding call are displayed after the
line is seized. This is particularly useful, for
example, in hotels or inns which wish to
view a guest’s call charges. For resetting
options for the call charges, see “Delete
totals”
Charge factor
1.-SAVE
Charge factor
--OK
Charge display
after seizuree
activated
View or delete individually the call charges
per telephone line..
Using OK, the totals for both telephone
lines can be displayed individually.
Total
Ext1:
12.20
NEXT
DELETE
The last sum in the list is the total for both
telephone lines.
Total charges
123.50
NEXT
Total per unit
●
●
●
View or delete individually the total charges
per registered mobile unit or connected auxiliary device, i.e. per internal station.
INT1:
INT2:
NEXT
DELETE
56.50
4.30
DELETE
If the unit cost is entered for the first time or changed, all previous individual and total entries
are deleted.
If you want to have the units displayed again, enter “0.00” as the new unit cost.
The unit cost can be programmed for any number up to 9.99 or 999, and is then valid for all
stations.
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Lock
Lock to Prevent Outgoing Calls / Emergency Numbers
Using the system lock, you can prevent the base station from being used for outgoing calls. Calls
can still be received.
Exception: Connection setup with an emergency number is possible even if the system lock is
activated. Up to four 16-character emergency numbers can be stored.
1. In the idle state, push the ß key and select “Service” from the main menu.
2. In the Service menu, select “System settings” and enter the system code
(see also page 115).
After the correct system code is entered,
the following display appears:
System lock
Scroll, using NEXT, through the next menu
until “System lock” is in the 1st line; select
this with OK.
Lock ON
Phone no. list
New entry
Del. phone no.
- - - - - - -
The menu for setting the system lock
appears (entire menu at left).
You can, using NEXT / OK, select and edit
the following options:
Lock ON
Activate / deactivate lock
Phone no. list
View / change emergency numbers
The emergency number can be changed
after selecting it from the list.
New entry
Enter new emergency numbers
Sys cd/Mn sys cd
Duration/Units
Call barring
NEXT
OK
Lock ON
Phone no. list
New entry
NEXT
OK
System lock
activated
12345678_
Emrg. no.?
OK
01_
Emrg. no.?
SAVE
Del. Phone No.
Individually delete emergency number.
12345678
23456789
- - - - - - - DELETE
NEXT
Note:
●
110
If you have activated both telephone lock with hotline (see page 114) and system lock with
emergency numbers, dialing cannot occur. Exception: The hotline number is the same as the
emergency number.
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Lock
Enter, View, Delete Restricted Numbers / Activate or Deactivate Lock
By storing restricted numbers, you can ensure that telephone numbers which begin with one of
these restricted numbers cannot be dialed. Thus, for example, if “00” is stipulated as a
restricted number, no international calls can be made. You can store up to three restricted number (each with 1 to 8 characters) for each individual mobile unit.
1. In idle status, push the ß key and select “Service” from the main menu.
2. In the Service menu, select “System settings” and enter the system code.
(see also page 115).
After the correct system code is entered,
the following display appears:
Call barring
Scroll through the next menu, using NEXT,
until “Call barring” appears in the 1st line;
select “Service” with OK.
Lock Int0
Scroll through the menu with NEXT and
then, with OK, select an internal station
(e.g. “Lock Int0“) for which the telephone
number lock should be set up.
The menu for setting the restricted numbers
appears (entire menu at left).
Lock ON
Lock No. list
New entry
Delete lock no.
- - - - - - - -
Using NEXT /OK, you can select and edit
the following options:
Lock ON
Activate / deactivate the lock via
restricted numbers.
After “Lock ON” is selected, the message
at right appears.
Lock No. list
View / change restricted numbers.
After the restricted number is selected, it
can be changed or viewed with OK
New entry
Enter new restricted numbers.
Sys cd/Mn sys cd
Duration/Units
Call barring
NEXT
OK
Delete all
Lock Int0
Lock Int1
NEXT
OK
Lock ON
Lock No. list
New entry
NEXT
OK
Lock numbers
for Int0
activated
No.1: 0180_
OK
No.1: 018_
SAVE
Delete lock no.
Delete individual restricted numbers.
No.1: 0
No.2: 0190
No.3: 0180
NEXT
DELETE
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Lock
Delete All Barred Numbers
Using this function, all restricted numbers are deleted at once.
1. In idle status, push the ß key and select “Service” from the main menu.
2. In the Service menu, select “System settings” and enter the system code.
(see also page 115).
After the correct system code is entered,
the following display appears:
Call barring
Delete all
112
In operating status, proceed as described
above until “Call barring” appears.
After the menu point “Call barring” is
selected, the following menu appears:
Select “Delete all” with OK.
All restricted numbers for all stations are
deleted at once.
The acknowledgment appears for 2 seconds.
Sys cd/Mn sys cd
Duration/Units
Call barring
NEXT
OK
Delete all
Lock Int0
Lock Int1
NEXT
Entry
deleted
OK
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Lock
Set the COS for Internal Stations
By setting the Class of Service for every registered mobile unit, you can stipulate which internal
stations can place external toll calls.
At the time of initialization, all devices are fully trunk authorized.
1.
Full Trunk Authorization (= status at initialization)
Incoming and outgoing external calls are permissible.
2. Incoming Authorization
It is only possible to accept incoming calls. All external dialing is blocked.
3. Internal Authorization
Only internal calls are possible. All external dialing is blocked. You can initiate a consultation
call to an authorized internal station, but cannot transfer an external call; you will receive a
callback in that case.
1. In idle status, push the ß key and select “Service” from the main menu.
2. In the Service menu, select “System settings” and enter the system code
(see also page 115).
After the correct system code is entered,
the following display appears:
Scroll through the menu with NEXT ...
Equipment data
until “Equipment data” is on the 1st line;
then select with OK.
Scroll through the menu with NEXT ...
Access rights
until “Access rights“ is on the 1st line; then
select with OK.
Using NEXT, find the internal stations for
which the access rights are to be set and
Internal X
select them with OK; here, internal station
0.
You can now stipulate the COS.
Sys cd/Mn sys cd
Duration/Units
Call barring
NEXT
OK
Autom. seizure
Call pickup
Access rights
NEXT
OK
Internal 0
Internal 1
Internal 2
NEXT
OK
Active: trunk acc.
New: incoming
New: internal
NEXT
OK
Note:
●
If your Gigaset 1054 is being operated on only one telephone line, then you should set
“Internal authorization” for the 2nd telephone line.
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Lock
Lock Mobile Unit /Change Hotline Number / Mobile Unit PIN
In the “Telephone lock” menu, you can make/change settings for hotline numbers or mobile unit
PIN which are valid in connection with the mobile unit lock.
a
ß
Telephone lock
The Comfort mobile unit is in idle status.
Push this key;. main menu appears.
Scroll through the main menu with NEXT ....
Telephone book
Redial
Telephone lock
NEXT
OK
until “Telephone lock” is on the 1st line;
then select with OK.
Enter
PIN:
* * * -
Enter the mobile unit PIN; (status at initialization: 0000). Complete with OK,
Lock ON
Hotline No.
Del. hotline No.
Change PIN
- - - - - - - -
The menu for setting the lock functions
apears (entire menu at left).
Using NEXT / OK, you can select and edit
the following options:
Lock ON
Hotline No.
Del. hotl.No.
NEXT
OK
Lock
Activate mobile unit lock; if already activated, this is used to deactivate it.
Lock ON
ON
Hotline No.
Enter hotline number;
If a hotline number is programmed, this is
dialed (in lock status) when any key on the
Gigaset 1054 is pushed..
Del. hotline no.
Delete hotline number.
Change PIN
For reasons of security, any new mobile unit
PIN must be entered twice.
OK
Lock
Hotline No.:
01234567
Cancel Registration of Mobile Unit Lock (Unlock)
ß
OFF
114
In idle status, push the F key.
Select “Lock OFF” within 3 seconds,
using OK.
If the 3 seconds is exceeded, and if a hotline number is set, the mobile unit dials the
hotline number.
o
Enter mobile unit PIN:
(Status at initialization: 0000)
Complete with OK;
OK
Push this to retain the previous setting
SAVE
Push OFF to deactivate the lock and
save the new setting with SAVE.
Lock OFF
---------------NEXT
OK
Enter
PIN:
* - - -
OK
Lock
OFF
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
System Settings
First Steps for System Settings
The following procedure is generally the first step to be taken in making most system settings.
After completing this procedure, select the desired system settings from the menu.
a
ß
Service
Station 2
The Comfort mobile unit is in
idle status.
TEL.BOOK
REDIAL
Push the F-key, the main menu appears:
Scroll through the main menu using NEXT...
Telephone Book
Redial
Telephone lock
NEXT
OK
until “Service” is on the 1st line,
Service
- - - - - - - Telephone book
NEXT
OK
and select “Service” with OK.
Call forward. ON
Cancel registr.
System settings
NEXT
OK
Scroll through the menu with NEXT ...
until “System settings” is on the 1st line,
System settings
o
and select “System settings” with OK .
Enter the 4-digit system code
if necessary, correct it with
.
Complete the entry of the system code
by pushing OK.
After the correct system code is entered,
the following menu appears:
Enter
system code:
- - - OK
Sys cd/Mn sys cd
Duration/Units
Call barring
NEXT
OK
Additional steps are found in the corresponding operating instructions.
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
System Settings
Set Connection Configuration for Internal Stations
You can stipulate which different types of devices are to be used at the different stations.
Cordless terminals can be mobile units or cordless connections such as Gigaset 1000TAE . For
these stations, “mobile unit” is pre-set.
For non-cordless devices, the device type “Telephone” is set. Modems or fax machines should
preferably be connected to station 0; a door interphone, however, can only be connected to station 9.
1. In idle state, push the ßkey and select “Service” from the main menu.
2. In the Service menu, select “System settings” and enter the system code.
(see also page 115).
After the correct system code has been
entered, the following menu appears:
Scroll through the menu with NEXT ...
Equipment data
until “Equipment data” is in the 1st line;
then select with OK.
a/b line
Scroll through the menu with NEXT...
until “a/b line” is in the 1st line; then select
with OK.
Sys cd/Mn sys cd
Duration/Units
Call barring
NEXT
OK
Autom. seizure
Call pickup
Access rights
NEXT
OK
Set Non-cordless Station Lines (a/b lines):
a/b line 0
Active:Telephone
New :Modem
New :Fax
New :Neutral
New :No funct.
- - - - - - - -
Choose one of the two auxiliary devices,
using NEXT, and
select with OK ; here, “a/b line 0“.
The menu for the selection of the device
type appears (entire menu at left).
Using NEXT, choose a device type and stipulate it with SAVE; here, “FAX“.
Neutral signifies fax and telephone.
Set Cordless Station Connections:
Internal 1
Act. :Mobileset
New :Neutral
New :Modem
New :FAX
New :Telephone
- - - - - - - -
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Scroll with NEXT ...
until, for example, “Internal 1” is in the first
line ; then select with OK.
The menu to select the type of equipment
appears (entire menu is at left).
Using NEXT, choose a device type and stipulate it with SAVE; here, “Fax”
(FAX applies here to a fax machine connected to a Gigaset 1000TAE).
Neutral signifies fax and telephone.
a/b line 0
a/b line 9
Internal 1
NEXT
OK
New :Fax
New :Neutral
New :No funct.
SAVE
NEXT
a/b line 0
a/b line 9
Internal 1
NEXT
OK
New :FAX
New :Telephone
- - - - - - - SAVE
NEXT
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
System Settings
Resetting the Base Station to the Status at Initialization
You can reset the base station to the initialization status, for example if you no longer have a clear
overview of your settings. In order to keep this as simple as possible, however, not all settings
are reset.
This procedure accomplishes the following:
a) Resets to
status at initialization:
System settings
b) Deletes:
c) Unchanged:
Units / Charges
Emergency numbers
Restricted numbers
System code
Registration of mobile units
Ring allocation
Connection/operation type
of the system
1. In idle status, push the ßkey and select “Service” from the main menu.
2. In the Service menu, select “System settings” and enter the system code
(see also page 115).
After the corrected system code has been
entered, the following menu appears:
(Entire menu at left)
System cd/Mn sys cd
Duration/Units
Call barring
NEXT
OK
Scroll through the menu with NEXT ...
Initialisation
until “Initialisation” is on the 1st line; then
select with OK.
Initialisation
completed
The setting is displayed for 2 seconds.
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
System Settings
Ring Allocation for External Calls
Using the ring allocation (allocation to telephone numbers), you can stipulate which mobile units
or auxiliary devices should be signalled when an external call comes in. The ring allocation is carried out by entering the internal numbers in the list of the collective call group or group call list.
For stations which are designated to receive external calls, the COS “Incoming authorization” or
higher must be set (see „Set the COS for Internal Stations“ on page 113).
Up to 10 stations, of which 9 can be mobile units, can be entered in the lists for group call or call
diversion pickup.
Call waiting is signalled at stations engaged in an external or internal call
(see page 88).
Collective Call
●
At the time of initialization, collective call is set for all stations.
●
An incoming external call is signalled at all registered mobile units and auxiliary devices and
can be picked up by any mobile unit or auxiliary device.
●
By programming only one station into the collective call group, it is possible to have the calls
routed to one individual station.
●
Groups of stations which are part of the collective call
At the time of registration, the station is automatically placed in the collective call group. This
can be changed later.
Example:
External
telephone line
1
2
Allocated
internal station
1
2, 3, 4
Group Call with Call Diversion Pickup
●
An incoming external call is first signalled 3 times on the mobile units of the first call group
and can be picked up there. If no mobile unit in this group picks up the call, the second call
group is automatically signalled.
Example:
External
telephone line
1
2
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Allocated internal stations
Group 1
Group 2
2, 3
1
6, 7
4, 6
Signal at
(after call diversion)
2, 3, 6, 7
1, 4, 6
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
System Settings
Set / Change Ring Allocation and Ring Cycles
For more information about this, see page 118.
If more than 6 cordless stations are in operation, the telephone number of an incoming call is displayed only at the first five stations. The stations which were the last to be registered are affected by this.
1. In idle status, push the ß key and select “Service” from the main menu.
2. In the Service menu, select “System settings” and enter the system code
(see page 115).
After the correct system code is entered,
the following display appears:
Scroll, using NEXT...
Line data
External 1/2
until “Line data” appears on the 1st line;
then select with OK.
Scroll with NEXT in order to choose the
external telephone line for which the ring
allocation is to be set; for example, External
1...
and select with OK.
Call data
Scroll with NEXT in order to select “Call
data”
and confirm with OK
Ring allocation
Sys cd/Mn sys cd
Duration/Units
Call barring
NEXT
OK
External 1
External 2
NEXT
OK
Pause times
Dial data
Call data
NEXT
OK
Ring allocation
No. ring cycles
Delay ring end
NEXT
OK
Select “Ring allocation” with OK.
Act: Coll.call
New: Group call
- - - - - - - -
Collective call
Group call
The menu to edit the ring allocation appears
(entire menu at left.
Using NEXT / OK, you can select and edit
the following options
:
Act.: Coll.call
New: Group call
---------------NEXT
OK
Enter / change collective call.
After “Collective Call” is selected, the collective call list is displayed.
Enter / change group call
After “Group call” is selected, the call list is
first displayed for group 1 and then for group
2..
Call user group1
1 2 3 _
SAVE
Continued
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
System Settings
Set / Change the Number of Rings for Group Call
By selecting the number of rings, you can stipulate the number of tone rings which are signalled
at call group 1 before the call is diverted to call group 2.
External 1/2
After choosing “External 1/2” (see previous
page), the menu shown here appears:
Scroll, using NEXT...
No.of ring cycles
until “No. of ring cycles” appears in the 1st
line; then select with OK.
Push OK if you only want to view
or
1...9
SAVE
Push the digit key to enter the number of
rings; here, 5.
Ring Allocation
No. of cycles
Pause ring end
NEXT
OK
Set number of
ring cycles
3
OK
Set number of
ring cycles
5
Save
Push this key to save the entry.
Ring Allocation for the Door Interphone
You can stipulate which internal stations are to be signalled by the door interphone. These internal stations can also then open the door.
1. In idle status, push the ß key and select “Service” from the main menu.
2. In the Service menu, select “System settings” and enter the system code
(see page 115).
After the correct system code is entered,
the following menu appears:
Scroll through the menu with NEXT ...
a/b line
After selecting “a/b line” from the “Equipment data” menu ,
scroll with NEXT...
a/b line 9
until “a/b line 9“ is on the 1st line; then select with OK.
Scroll with NEXT ...
New:doorstation
OK
or
0 ...8
SAVE
120
until “New: doorstation” is on the 1st line;
select with OK.
The following list appears; enter station 1
and 2 here.
Duration/Units
Tel. no. lock
Change Sys.code
NEXT
OK
a/b line 0
a/b line 9
Internal 1
NEXT
Active: Telephone
New: Doorstation
New: Modem
NEXT
OK
Door call to
1 2
OK
Push this if you only want to view
Enter one-digit internal number; here, 4;
if necessary, correct with
.
Push this key to save the list.
OK
Door call to
1 2 4
SAVE
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
System Settings
Cancel Registration for Mobile Unit
Every mobile unit can be unregistered, using that mobile unit or any other.
To cancel the registration of a mobile unit, see page 24.
a
The Comfort mobile unit is in idle state.
ß
Push the F key; main menu appears.
Scroll through the main menu with NEXT ...
Service
Telephone Book
Redial
Telephone lock
NEXT
OK
until “Service“ is on the 1st line and
then select “Service” with OK.
Scroll through following menu with NEXT ...
until “Cancel registr.” is in the 1st line and
Cancel registr.
o
then select ”Cancel registr.” with OK .
Enter the 4-character system code
if necessary, correct with
.
Complete entry of system code with OK.
1...8
Call forward.ON
Cancel registr.
System settings
NEXT
OK
Enter
system code:
_ _ _ _
OK
The list of the registered mobile units and
their internal numbers appears.
Cancel registr.
on station 1
1 2 3
OK
To deactivate, mark the internal number of
the mobile unit to be deactivated by
entering that number; here, for example, 2.
Cancel registr.
on Station 1
1 2 3
SAVE
(Pushing the 2 again removes the mark from
2; i.e. the 2 is then not deactivated.)
SAVE
Use SAVE to complete the deactivation of
No. 2 .
Entry
saved
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Operation with Comfort Mobile Unit
Mobile Unit Settings
Activate / Deactivate Advisory and Alarm Tones
ß
Push the F key; the main menu appears.
Scroll through main menu with NEXT until ...
Tones
“Tones“ appears in the 1st line; select with
OK.
Key click
Batt.warn.tone
Range tone
Acknowldg tone
Error tone
Synchr. tone
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The menu to set the tones appears (complete menu at left).
Key click
o
Telephone Book
Redial
Telephone lock
NEXT
OK
Key click
Batt.warningtone
Range tone
NEXT
OK
Using NEXT / OK, you can select the following options, and activate or deactivate
them:
Acknowledgment tone is signalled when
key is pushed.
The current status of key click is shown;
here it is deactivated.
After pushing ON, you can choose between
deactivate and activate.
Key click
ON
OK
Key click
OFF
SAVE
The following settings are made in the same manner as the settings which are described
above.
Batt.warningtone
Rechargeable batteries are almost empty .
Range tone
The radio range limit is reached
Acknowledg. tone
Successful completion of a procedure (positive acknowledgment tone)..
Error tone
Alarm tone for error in operation (negative acknowledgment tone).
Synchr.tone
Synchronization tone,
The mobile unit is successfully connected
(radio connection) with a base station.
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Operation with Auxiliary Device
Outgoing Calls
General
The following operating instructions apply to a connected non-cordless telephone. Other auxiliary
devices such as, for example, fax machines, VTX and modems can be operated in the same
manner as long as they have a handset or a connect key and a dialpad.
When using an auxiliary device, the keys should be pressed relatively quickly in order to retain
the dialing connection.
When using other auxiliary device -- except telephones -- please note that these require a special
setting before they can be operated (see the chapter System Settings).
On telephones with pulse dialing, some procedures do not require use of the R .
External Dialing with Digit Dialpad
After putting the base station into operation, you can usually place calls with any connected telephone.
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0
o
Pick up the handset.
You will hear the internal dial tone.
Push this key to seize a trunk line.
You will hear the trunk dial tone.
Dial the external telephone number.
You will hear the ring tone. The subscriber answers.
You carry on the external call...
Note:
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●
If the telephone line is being used by another subscriber, you will hear the busy tone.
You can make an external call if the COS is set for “full trunk authorization”
(initialization status).
Internal Dialing to Another Mobile Unit or Auxiliary Device
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9
or
o
6
Pick up the handset.
Push this digit key.
Enter the internal station number.
Push this key if you want to ring all internal stations simultaneously.
You will hear the internal ring tone.
The first station which answers picks up the call.
You carry on the internal call...
Note:
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It is not possible to set up a connection from or to the 0 station when 2 external calls are
being carried on simultaneously.
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Operation with Auxiliary Device
Outgoing Calls
Temporary Switchover to Tone Dialing
If your Gigaset 1054 has a tone dialing connection, then the following does not apply to
you.
If your Gigaset 1054 has a pulse dialing connection (DPS), you can switch your Gigagset 1054
temporarily from DPS to tone dialing (DTMF) during a call.
By switching the dialing mode from pulse to tone dialing, you can use the dialpad of your telephone to enter information during a call, for instance to query an answering machine or voice
mailbox or to use services of the German Telekom AG such as, for example “City Call” or “Scall”.
b
717
a
You have set up an external connection
Push these keys to switch to tone dialing.
Hang up the handset,
The connection is terminated.
The phone reverts to pulse dialing.
Note:
●
After terminating the call, tone dialing is automatically deactivated.
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Operation with Auxiliary Device
Incoming Calls
Call Pickup
You can pick up an external call even if the call is not directly signalled on your telephone. This situation can occur, for example, in the case of internal call forwarding ( page 126), if the internal call
has already been forwarded. For this, your station must be part of the call group and call pickup
must be activated (status at initialization).
a
The auxiliary device is in idle state.
An external call is signalled on another telephone.
c
78
Pick up the handset.
Push these keys in this sequence;
You have picked up the external call.
Answer Call Waiting
Call waiting signals an incoming external call during an ongoing call. If you pick up the external
call while engaged in an internal call, then the internal call is terminated. The call waiting feature
can be activated and deactivated from a mobile unit (pages 37 and 88).
If you pick up the external call while you are engaged in another external call, the first external
call is placed on hold.
b
78
R
You are engaged in a call and hear the call waiting tone.
Push these keys in this sequence,
You are immediately connected to the external call.
You can now toggle between the two calls
R
5
Push these keys in sequence (terminate with
R
8).
R
8).
or you can set up a 3-way conference call
R
7
Push these keys in sequence (terminate with
or return to the original call
R
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8
Push these keys in sequence.
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Operation with Auxiliary Device
Switching Functions
Set Internal Call Forwarding
You can forward an external call to another internal station. The call can only be forwarded to a
station which has call forwarding activated.
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79 1
o
0 ... 9
a
Pick up the handset.
Push these keys in sequence to initiate call forwarding.
Dial the station number of the internal station to which the
call is to be forwarded.
Push one of these keys to enter the number of rings after which
the call should be forwarded.
Hang up the handset.
Call forwarding is activated.
Deactivate Internal Call Forwarding
c
79 1
a
Pick up the handset.
Push these keys in sequence to deactivate internal call forwarding.
Hang up the handset.
Internal call forwarding is deactivated.
Placing a Call on Hold
You can place an existing call on hold, for instance in order to consult with someone in the room.
b
R
9
R
8
You are engaged in an external or internal call.
Push these keys to place the call on hold.
Push these keys to retrieve the call from hold.
Note:
While the call is on hold, you can initiate additional switching functions; you can, for example
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●
●
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Carry on a confidential consultation call.
Transfer the call on hold to the consultation partner.
Toggle between the call on hold and the consultation call (Toggle, see page 128).
Set up a 3-way conference call (see page 128) (with the call which is on hold and the consultation partner).
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Operation with Auxiliary Device
Switching Functions
Consultation / Transferring a Call
With your Gigaset 1054, you can set up not only internal but also external consultation calls, as
long as the 2nd telephone line is available. This can be used, for example, to consult with an
external business partner.
Fundamentally, an
internal consultation is initiated with the digit keys
external consultation is initiated with R 90 .
R
9 9 , while an
Initiate Internal Consultation:
b
9
9 ,o
R
You are engaged in an external call.
Push these keys to place the call on hold.
Dial the internal station number.
or Ring all Internal Stations Simultaneously:
6
Push this key.
You will hear the internal ring tone; a station answers.
You are connected to the internal station.
Transfer the Call:
a
Hang up the handset; if the transfer is not successful, a
recall occurs
or Terminate the Internal Consultation:
R
8
Push these keys;
You are reconnected to the external station. You continue
with the external call.
or Initiate an External Consultation Call:
b
You are engaged in an external call.
9
0
Push these keys to place the call on hold.
o
Enter the external telephone number you wish to call.
R
Push this key to seize a trunk line.
You will hear the external ring tone; the station answers.
You are connected to the external station.
Terminate the External Consultation:
R
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8
Push these keys.
You are reconnected to the original station.
You continue with the external call.
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Operation with Auxiliary Device
Switching Functions
Toggle
During a consultation call, you can toggle between the two existing calls as often as you like.
External toggle is also possible if the 2nd telephone line is available.
Toggle with a Telephone with Pulse Dialing
b
5
5
a
You are engaged in a consultation call.
Push this key to return to the original call.
Push this key to return to the consultation call, etc.
Hang up the handset to disconnect the consultation partner.
You are automatically rung.
You can continue with the original call.
Toggle with a Telephone with Tone Dialing
b
5
R
You are engaged in a consultation call.
Switch back to the original call.
Push this key to switch back to the consultation call.
R
Push this key to switch to the original call, etc.
R
a
Hang up the handset to disconnect the consultation partner.
You are automatically rung.
You can now continue with the original call.
3-Way Conference
During a consultation call, you can connect all three calls to a 3-way conference call. An external
3-way conference is possible as long as the 2nd telephone line is available.
b
R
7
You are engaged in a consultation call (internal or external).
Push these keys to activate the 3-way conference call.
You are now connected with both call partners.
Terminate 3-Way Conference:
R
or
8
a
Push these keys to terminate the 3-way conference call.
You can now continue with the original call.
Hang up the handset
Both calls are terminated.
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Operation with Auxiliary Device
Switching Functions
Connection with the Door Interphone
The door interphone can only be connected to an auxiliary device with the internal station number 9.
Call is signalled from the door interphone. (3 short tones)
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R
9
Pick up the handset.
You are now connected with the door interphone.
Push these keys to activate the door opener.
The door opener is activated for 3 seconds.
You can activate the door opener repeatedly.
The connection with the door interphone remains.
a
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Hang up the handset to terminate the connection with the
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Multicell System
General Information
In Gigaset 1054 multicell systems, you can use a mobile unit to reach multiple base stations.
With the proper placement of your Gigaset 1054, you can expand the radio range within which
you can use the mobile unit.
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You can register and operate your mobile units on up to 4 base stations of Gigaset 1054.
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Up to 8 mobile units can be registered on every Gigaset 1054 base station.
Organization of Base Stations and Mobile Units
To ensure a clear overview of the operation of mobile units on multiple base stations, we recommend the following procedure:
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Number the base stations, i.e. using the numbers 1 to 4
Stipulate the internal numbers for the mobile units which are to be operated on the base station (see “Registering Mobile Units, Comfort Mobile Units on Multiple Base Stations“
, page
134).
Register the mobile units on base station 2 under the same internal numbers as on base station 1.
Register the mobile units on base stations 3 and 4, if present.
Activate the display of the base station number on every mobile unit (see page 133). This is
not necessary in the case of the Comfort mobile unit (see “Activate / Deactivate Display of
the Base Station Number“, page 133).
In addition, when using a multicell system behind a PBX with different connections:
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Set up a group call in the PBX so that a mobile unit can be reached on the various connections.
Tips for Operation
●
The mobile units are connected via radio to the base station which is currently shown on the
display. Calls -- both outgoing and incoming -- can only be made via the base station displayed (even if it is within the radio range of a neighboring base station).
Internal calls can be made to stations within the radio range of the current base station, but
not to neighboring ones.
●
If the mobile unit moves into the radio range of another base station, the contact to the old
base station is terminated and automatically establishes radio contact with the new base
station (see “Automatic/Manual Selection of the Base Stations“
,
page 136).
●
The “Automatic Selection“ of a base station can be deactivated. The user can stipulate
manually which base station the mobile unit should be connected to (see “Automatic/Manual
Selection of the Base Stations“
, page 136). This is important when operating within the overlap sector of two radio cells. The user can, in that case, stipulate which base station should
be used.
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Multicell System
Standard Mobile Unit
Registering the Standard Mobile Unit on Multiple Base Stations
Up to 8 mobile units can be registered on one base station.
1.
The mobile unit must be switched off
If necessary, switch off by pushing
the u key until the display goes off.
Registration key
2. Push the registration key on the base station.
For this, please use a sharp object (e.g. pencil, ballpoint pen). The registration key will begin
to blink.
3. Then (within 1 minute) on the Mobile Unit:
!...$
u
o
#
Push the digit key 1 or 2 or 3 or 4
and continue to hold it down.
Stipulate the base station number with
the digit keys 1 to 4.
C
Enter the system code.
At the time of initialization, the system
code is set at 0000.
1-- -
C
Complete the entry of the system code.
Please wait until the connection to the
base station has been established.
All available internal station numbers
appear on the display;
here, 1 to 8.
!...(
1-
In addition, hold the ON key down until
the display appears.
Enter the desired internal station number for the mobile unit, i.e. push one of
the digit keys -- 1 to 8; here, for
example, 2
The mobile unit is registered on base
station 1 with the internal station
number 2.
1
C
12345678
A
CD
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If 8 mobile units are already registered, three dashes appear on the screen during the registration procedure after the system code is entered, and a negative acknowledgment tone is
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Standard Mobile Unit
Base Station Selection, Automatic / Manual / Combined
If you are using multiple base stations, you can stipulate which base station your mobile unit
should use. The options are manual, automatic or combined search; the setting is carried out
from the mobile unit in idle state.
1.
Automatic Selection of the Base Station (Status at Initialization)
The mobile unit establishes radio contact to a base station automatically
● when it enters the radio range of a base station
● in the case of “competing” base stations ( when radio cells overlap), it establishes contact with the base station which offers the optimum radio connection
wü
Push these keys to initiate the procedure
=
Push the 0.
Automatic registration is activated. .
The “0” blinks.
w
Push enter.
01234
A
C
01234
A
C
2. Manual Selection of One Particular Base Station:
The user stipulates which base station should be used;
this setting is recommended particularly in cases where radio cells overlap.
wü
...
! $
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3.
Push these keys to initiate the procedure
Push the number of the base station
you wish to select.
The number entered will blink; here, 1
Push enter.
01234
A
C
01234
A
C
Combined Selection of the Base Station:
The mobile unit first searches for 30 seconds for the base station stipulated by the user.
If it cannot find it, then it searches for the base station which offers the optimum radio
connection.
wü
Push these keys to initiate the procedure
!
Enter the number of the base station
which should be searched for first.
Push that digit again to set combined
search.
The 0, and here the 1, blink,
w
Push the enter key.
!
01234
A
C
01234
A
C
01234
A
C
Note:
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Only registered mobile units can be operated on a base station.
If the radio contact to a base station is lost or if the mobile unit is searching for a base station, the ready symbol blinks on the screen.
You can, in each case, be reached via the base station on which your mobile unit is registered.
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Standard Mobile Unit
Activate / Deactivate the Base Station Number
If the display is activated, the current base station is signalled.
w§& Press these keys in sequence.
The previous setting is displayed.
0or !
w
36 1
A
C
Push the 1 to activate,
push the 0 to deactivate. (Status at initialization)
Push the enter key again.
Display of the base station; here, 1.
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Note:
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We recommend that you activate the display if you are using your mobile unit on multiple
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Multicell System
Comfort Mobile Unit
Register Comfort Mobile Unit on Multiple Base Stations
Up to 8 mobile units can be registered on a base station.
1.
Push the registration key on the base station ,
Use a sharp object (such as a pencil or ballpoint pen).
The registration key begins to blink.
2. Then, (within 1 minute) on the Mobile Unit):
ß
Push the F key; main menu appears.
Settings
Scroll through the main menu with NEXT
and select “Settings” with OK.
Search station
In the next menu, select “Search station”.
Register
NEXT
Registration key
In the next menu, select “Register”.
Scroll to find the base station.
OK
In selecting the base station, you stipulate
on which station your mobile unit can be
operated.
OK
After pushing this dialog key, the mobile unit
searches for the base stations where. the
mobile unit can be registered.
o
Enter the 4-character system code (set at
“0000” at initialization).
if necessary, correct with
OK
NO
1...8
.
Telephone Book
Redial
Telephone lock
NEXT
OK
Confirm that your want to register the Comfort mobile unit at this base station with
this number
or
Station 1
Station 2
Station 3
NEXT
OK
Registration
Srch.station 1
Enter
system code
* * - OK
NO
Register
at
Station 1
OK
Push NO if you do not want to register it.
Select one of the available internal numbers
(for example, the “4“).
In order to be able to use the multicell system, the mobile unit should be registered
under the same internal number as on the
other base stations.
.
Please enter
internal number:
2 4 5 6 7 8
Continued
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OK
Comfort Mobile Unit
Confirm the internal number.
if necessary, correct with
OK
Close the registration procedure.
The screen of the Comfort mobile unit shows
the internal number with which it is registered.
Own
internal no.:
4
OK
Registered
with
internal no.4
Note:
●
You can register your Comfort mobile unit on up to 4 base stations.
●
Up to 8 mobile units can be registered on one base station. If 8 mobile units are already registered, the text “No free internal No.” appears on the display during the registration procedure after the system code is entered.
●
If the mobile unit is being operated on more than one base station, the base station number
display should be activated.
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Multicell System
Comfort Mobile Unit
Base Stations Selection: Automatic / Manual / Combined
If you are using multiple base stations, you can stipulate which base station your mobile unit
should use. The options are manual, automatic or combined search. The setting is carried out
from the mobile unit in idle state.
1.
Automatic Selection of the Base Station (Status at Initialization)
The mobile unit establishes radio contact to a base station independently
●
when it enters the radio range of a base station
●
in the case of “competing” base stations (where several radio cells overlap), the base
station with optimum radio contact is selected by the mobile unit.
2. Manual Selection of One Particular Base Station:
The user stipulates which base station should be used;
this is recommended particularly in cases where radio cells overlap.
3.
Combined Selection of the Base Station:
The mobile unit first searches for 30 seconds for the base station stipulated by the user.
If it cannot find it, then it searches for the base station which offers the optimum radio
connection.
ß
Station select.
The Comfort mobile unit is in idle state
.
Push the F key; main menu appears.
Scroll through the main menu with NEXT
and select “Station selec.” with OK
Station 1
Station 2
Station 3
Station 4
Best Station
- - - - - -
The menu for setting the station appears
(entire menu at left).
It is possible to register the mobile unit on
up to 4 base stations.
Station 1 (e.g.)
Select Station 1, for example, with OK; thus,
you have selected the station manually .
Thereafter, the following
settings options appear:
Push this to confirm the manual selection of
the base station.
Push this to set combined selection. The
selected station with combined search is
marked with “*“.
NO
OK
Best station
Telephone Book
Redial
Telephone lock
NEXT
OK
Station 1
Station 2
Best Station
NEXT
OK
Using NEXT / OK, you can select the following options:
Automat. search
if station 1
not accessible
OK
NO
Select “Best station“ with OK; Automatic
selection is now set.
Note:
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●
●
Only registered mobile units can be operated on a base station.
If the radio contact to a base station is lost or if the mobile unit is searching for a base station, the text “Srch.station” blinks on the screen.
You can, in each case, be reached via the base station on which your mobile unit is registered.
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Operation on Telephone Systems
Standard Mobile Unit
General Information
The Gigaset 1054 can be connected to telephone systems with tone dialing (DTMF) or pulse
dialing (DPS).
Enter Trunk Code (AKZ)
At the time of first start up on a telephone system, you must program a dialing timeout for the
through connection to the public network. By storing a trunk code, you stipulate this automatic
timeout which must occur before the telephone number is dialed.
All trunk codes (AKZ) which are to be programmed for your telephone system must be entered
one after the other.
The following procedure is used to enter an automatic dialing timeout of 3 seconds.
Please also follow the operating instructions for your telephone system.
The 0 ... 9 keys as well as the star, pound and signal keys can be used for the AKZ.
For setting the length of the timeout, see „Change Length of Timeout after AKZ / HAKZ“ on
page 139.
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0
o
Push the enter key and the # key.
-
Push the 0.
0 ____
Enter the system code. Every digit
0
entered replaces one dash on the display.
o
A
A
CD
CD
__
CD
12
A
CD
Push the number redial key.
Az
A
CD
Enter trunk code (1 - 3 characters); here, 0.
A0
CD
!...“ Select external telephone line 1 or 2.
z
A
A
If multiple trunk codes (up to 3, each with 1 - 3 characters) are to be entered, the number redial
key must be pushed each time, followed by the next trunk code.
Thereafter:
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Push the enter key.
Trunk code(s) is / are stored.
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Operation on Telephone Systems
Standard Mobile Unit
Enter Main Trunk Code (HAKZ)
If your telephone system is being operated as a subsystem on a main telephone system, you
must also program the code for the main telephone system (HAKZ) when first putting it into service.
Please also note the operating instructions for your telephone system.
The 0 ... 9 keys as well as the star, pound and signal keys can be used for the HAKZ.
For information on setting the timeout lengths, see „Change Length of Timeout after AKZ /
HAKZ“ on page 139.
w#
0
o
Push the enter key and the # key.
-
Push the 0.
0 ____
Enter the system code.
Every digit entered replaces one dash on the
display.
!...“ Select external telephone line 1 or 2.
A
CD
A
CD
0
A
_
12
A
CD
CD
z
Push the number redial key.
Az
A
CD
z
Push the numbr redial key again.
Hz
A
CD
Enter the HAKZ (1 - 3 characters); here, 11.
H 11
CD
o
A
The number redial key must be pushed again -- followed by the next HAKZ -- only in those cases
where multiple HAKZ (up to 3, each with 1 - 3 characters) are to be entered.
Thereafter:
w
Push the enter key.
Main trunk code(s) is / are stored.
C
Note:
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Dial or store all digits which are needed to reach a target. In other words, dial the necessary
codes, area code and the telephone number. The system will add the necessary dialing timeouts itself (the dialing timeout at time of initialization is 3 seconds).
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Operation on Telephone Systems
Standard Mobile Unit
Change Length of Timeout after AKZ / HAKZ
The dialing timeout, at initialization, is set at 3 seconds. If your telephone system requires a different setting, you can change the setting as follows:
w#
1
o
Push the enter key and the # key.
-
A
CD
Push the 1.
1____
CD
1
CD
Enter the system code.
Every digit entered replaces one dash on the
display.
1 “ Select external telephone line 1 or 1.
z
A
Push the number redial key.
A
_
012
A
CD
A
CD
Set Length of Timeout after AKZ/HAKZ:
Seconds
3
6
1
2
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139
Digit sequence to be entered
0“0 (Setting at initializ.)
0 “1
0“$
0“%
Push enter key.
The setting is saved .
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Operation on Telephone Systems
Standard Mobile Unit
Deleting AKZ and HAKZ
w#!o
Push the keys in the sequence shown
and enter the system code.
Every digit entered replaces one dash
on the display.
0
Push 0 for both telephone lines.
z"%§
Push these keys in the sequence shown
to return to the status at initialization.
w
Push the enter key.
AKZ / HAKZ is / are deleted.
1____
CD
1
CD
A
A
__
012
A
CD
25 3
CD
A
C
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Operation on Telephone Systems
Standard Mobile Unit
Set / Change Time for Flash
At the time of initialization, the time for the flash is set at .25 seconds. If a different setting is
necessary for your telephone system, you can change it as follows:
w#
1
o
Push the enter key and the # key.
-
A
CD
Push the 1.
1____
CD
1
CD
A
Enter the system code.
Every digit entered replaces one dash on the
screen.
0
Select external line 1 or 2, or push 0 for both.
z
Push the number redial key.
A
_
012
A
CD
A
CD
Set the Time for F:
Seconds
0.25
0.08
0.12
0.18
0.30
0.60
Digit sequence to be entered
) §%(Setting at initializ.)
) §0
) §1
) §“
) §§
) §$
Then:
w
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Push the enter key.
The setting is stored.
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Operation on Telephone Systems
Comfort Mobile Unit
General Information
The Gigaset 1054 can be connected to telephone systems with tone dialing (DTMF) or pulse
dialing (DPS).
Enter the Trunk Code (AKZ)
At the time of first start up on a telephone system, you must program a dialing timeout for the
through connection to the public network. By storing a trunk code, you stipulate this automatic
timeout which must occur before the telephone number is dialed.
All the trunk codes for your telephone system must be entered one after the other.
The following procedure is used to enter an automatic dialing timeout of 3 seconds.
Please also note the operating instructions for your telephone.
The 0 ... 9 keys as well as the star, pound and signal keys can be used for the trunk code (AKZ).
To set the different timeout lengths, see „Change Length of Timeout after AKZ / HAKZ“ on page
139.
1. In idle state, push the ßkey and select “Service” from the main menu.
2. In the Service menu, select “System settings” and enter the system code
(see page 115).
After the correct system code is entered,
the following display appears:
Sys cd/Mn sys cd
Duration/Units
Tel. no. lock
NEXT
OK
Sys cd/Mn sys cd
Select with OK.
Sys cd for Ext 1
M sy cd for Ext 1
Sys cd for Ext 2
NEXT
OK
Sys cd for Ext 1
Select with OK.
No. List
New entry
Delete number
NEXT
OK
New entry
Scroll with NEXT to select “New entry” and
confirm with OK.
o
Enter trunk code (AKZ); for example, 0,
SAVE
and store with SAVE.
Sys cd1 Ext 1:_
SAVE
Note:
●
The trunk code for “External 2“ is set accordingly.
●
Where necessary, the HAKZ for “External 1” and “External 2” can be set in the same manner.
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Operation on Telephone Systems
Using the Features
Activating Features of the Telephone System
Gigaset 1054 can use the range of features available within a telephone system on which it is
operating; it does this via code procedures.
You can, for example, take advantage of features such as consultation, call switching, toggle, 3way conference, call forwarding, etc. These features can, as a rule, be activated using a code procedure. See also the operating instructions for your telephone system.
Example: Set Up Consultation Call with Standard Mobile Unit
You can set up a consultation call to another station within the telephone system during a call.
For more information on this, see also the operating instructions for your telephone system.
b
e
o
You are engaged in a call...
12345
Push the signal key.
You will hear the dial tone.
12345u
Enter the telephone number of the
extension desire, e.g. 3 4 5 6 7.
You are now engaged in a consultation.
12345u34567
CD
CD
F
F
CD
F
CD
F
Terminate the Consultation:
e
Push the signal key again.
The consultation is terminated.
You continue the call with the 1st
partner...
12345
or Switching a Call:
g
Push the connect key or return the
mobile unit to the charging unit.
The other two partners are connected
to each other.
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Operation on Telephone Systems
Using the Features
Example: Setting Up a Consultation with Comfort Mobile Unit
You can set up a consultation call to another station within the telephone system during a call.
For this, please see the operating instructions for your telephone system.
b
You are engaged in a call ....
External 1
34567
MUTE
CONSLT.
Push the dialog key.
You will hear the dial tone.
External 2
Please dial
TEL.BOOK
o
Enter the telephone number of the
extension you wish to call, e.g. 1 2 3 4
5.
You are engaged in a consultation call.
..
Terminate Consultation:
ß
OK
Push this key; menu appears
Push this key to retrieve the consultation call.
You are reconnected to the first external
station.
CONSLT.
REDIAL
External 2
12345
TOGGLE
CONF.
External 2
Ext. 1 waiting
TOGGLE
CONF.
Resume
Mute
Handset volume
NEXT
OK
External 1
34567
MUTE
CONSLT.
or Switch the Call:
g
Push the connect key or return the
mobile unit to the charging unit.
The other two partners are connected
to each other.
Station 1
TEL.BOOK
REDIAL
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Acoustic Signalling
Signal Tones
External Call
ring
ring
.8 sec tone
Internal Call
2 sec pause
ring
ring
ring
ring
.5 sec tone
.5 sec tone
.8 sec pause
4.2 sec pause
Call from the
Door Interphone
tüüt
ring
tüüt
ring
tüüt
ring
3 x .2 sec tone and .3 sec pause
Automatic Recall/
Callback
ring
ring
.8 sec tone .8 sec pause
Internal Dial Tone
ring
ring
ring
3 x .2 sec tone and .3 sec pause; repeat after .5 sec pause
Internal Busy Tone
ring
ring
.5 sec tone
.5 sec tone
.5 sec pause
Alarm Tone
(Battery almost empty)
ring
ring
Call Waiting Tone
ring
ring
.8 sec tone
.1 sec tone
Call Waiting at the
Door Interphone
ring
ring
4 x short tones
ring
Acknowledg. Tone
(positive
acknowledg. tone)
30 sec pause
ring
Alarm Tone (Leaving
the radio range)
and Negative
Acknowledg. Tone
ring
.5 sec tone
10 sec pause
ring
.3 sec tone
(rhythm of external call)
ring
5 sec pause
Note:
●
For information about setting, activation or deactivation of tones, see page 74 or page 122.
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General Information
Taking Care of the System
Wipe the mobile units and base station with a damp cloth or an anti-static cloth. Never use a dry
cloth (danger of static electricity).
Technical Data
Standards
No. of channels
Frequencies
Duplex procedure
Channel grid
Bit rate
Modulation
Voice coding
Transmitting power
Range
Base Station
Size (L x W x H)
Mounting
Weight without power pack
Electrical supply
Allowable environmental conditions
for operation (maximum):
Allowable storage temperature
Trunk line
Internal a/b connections
Mobile Units
Operating time with full
batteries
Full operation
Stand-by
Operating temperature
Weight incl. batteries
Size (L x W x H)
DECT
120 duplex channels
1.88 GHz to 1.90 GHz
Time duplex, each with 10 ms frame length
1728 kHz
1152 kbit / s
GFSK
32 - kBit (ADPCM)
10 mW mid-range power; 250 mW peak power
Outside
ca. 300 m
Inside
ca. 50 m
ca. 175 x 182 x 35 mm (H x W x D)
Wall mounting
ca. 460 g
220/230 V ~/50 Hz (Plug-in power pack)
22.2 V / 275 mA
+0° C to +55° C
20% to 75% rel. humidity
-10° C to +60° C
Connection technol.
Miniwestern
Dialing mode
DTMF/DPS
Connection technol.
Miniwestern
Dialing mode
DTMF/DPS (automatic)
Range
ca. 200 m
Data transmission rate 9,600 / 28800 Bit/sec
Standard Mobile Unit
Comfort Mobile Unit
ca. 7 hours
ca. 50 hours
10° C to +55° C
ca. 190 g
ca. 175 x 55 x 25 mm
ca. 5 hours
ca. 40 hours
0° C to +45° C
ca. 190 g
ca. 175 x 55 x 25 mm
Leaving the Radio Range
If, during a call, you leave the radio range of the base station, an alarm tone will be signalled
“Leaving the Radio Range”
. The quality of the voice connection becomes poor, especially if you
are moving about. Move closer to the base station to improve the voice connection. If you intentionally move out of the radio range, taking your mobile unit with you, we recommend that you
switch off the mobile unit to preserve the rechargeable batteries.
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General Information
Tips for Troubleshooting
Not every problem signifies an actual defect in your telephone. You may be able to save time and
money by correcting simple problems yourself.
The following information can help you in doing this.
Error
No display appears
Impossible to seize a line, no
dial tone
Possible Cause
Mobile unit is not turned on
What To Do
Push ON/OFF key
Rechargeable battery empty
Exchange rechargeable battery or recharge it
Check the plugs at the base
station and telephone jack; try
unplugging and replugging
them
Plug of connecting cable
improperly plugged
Plug of power pack cable
improperly plugged
or
Check the plugs at the base
station and the 230V socket;
try unplugging and replugging
them
Check the plugs at the base
station and the 230V socket;
try unplugging and replugging
them
Mobile unit not registered
Register the mobile unit
Mobile unit does not ring
Tone ringing set too low
Reset the tone ringing volume
No calls
Call allocation improperly set
Call forwarding is
activated
Set the ring allocation properly
If necessary, deactivate call
forwarding
No radio contact to base station,
ON symbol is blinking
Base station not switched on
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General Information
Warranty
Siemens AG guarantees this device for 6 months from the date of purchase. Please keep your
receipt as proof of this date.
Within this warranty period, Siemens AG will repair, free of charge, all defects stemming from
faulty material or manufacturing. Siemens AG reserves the right to decide whether the defective
device should be repaired or replaced.
Excluded from this warranty are damages resulting from improper use, normal wear and tear or
from unauthorized third parties repairing or servicing the device. The warranty does not include
consumable materials, nor does it include defects which have no significant effect on the value
of the device or its ability to function.
The product which you have purchased from Siemens conforms to the technical requirements
established for connection to the German public telephone network.
If you need to have warranty work done, contact the Siemens Service directly.
Contact Partners
In the case of a defective device, contact
Siemens Service
Germany-wide telephone number: 0180 5333 222
Office hours:
Monday through Friday
Saturday
8 am to 7 pm
9 am to 2 pm
Note:
●
Please note that Siemens Service personnel are only available for assistance in cases of
defective equipment.
●
For questions about operation, please contact your dealer.
●
For questions about telephone connections, please contact Telekom or a telephone shop.
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General Information
Connection Configuration
The Gigaset 1054 system conforms to the regulations used by the German Office for Telecommunication Certification (Bundesamt für Zulassungen in der Telekommunikation (BZT)).
The L1 and L2 jacks on the back of the base station are configured as follows:
1 free
2b
3E
4W
5a
6 free
The W-wire is not connected in the Gigaset 1054 base station; the system cannot be operated
alternating with another telephone via an automatic changeover switch.
Auxiliary terminals can, however, be directly connected -- or connected via an automatic
changeover switch -- to the Miniwestern connection jack on the base station.
The automatic changeover switch is available from German Telekom AG.
In the case of loss of power, the a/b wires of the “0” connection jack are directly switched to the
a/b wires of the L1 telephone line; devices connected to the INT 0 connection jack remain in
standby status (emergency operation) as long as the L1 telephone line is connected.
Note:
●
During emergency operation, it may be necessary to switch the dialing mode of your telephone.
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Glossary
ADPCM
Adaptive Delta Pulse Code Modulation
Digital transmission method; an analog signal is depicted in digital values and
the difference between the two values is transmitted.
Call Waiting
If, during a call, a call arrives from another station, call waiting is signalled via a
tone. The telephone number of the call which is waiting is, in some cases, displayed.
You can now pick up or reject the 2nd call; if you reject it, the caller hears the
busy signal.
Charge Information / Call Charge Information
- During the call and at the end of the call
- At the end of the call
Class of Service
By setting the Class of Service (COS), you can stipulate which type of telephone service is available on a particular telephone
- outgoing and incoming external and internal calls (complete
trunk authorization),
- only incoming external calls and internal calls (incoming authorization),
- only internal calls (internal authorization).
Conference Among 3 Parties
You can carry on a call with two external partners (3-way conference) simultaneously.
Consultation
You can interrupt a call while you are telephoning (the connection remains) in
order to make a call to another station, for instance to carry on a consultation
call. Afterward, you can retrieve the first call.
CTR
Common Technical Regulation; European certification regulation
DECT
Digital European Cordless Telephony; European standard
Direct Dial Number
You can request and receive from Telekom a system telephone number with a
“Regular Numbers Block” from 00 to 99. This means that theoretically you can
use up to 100 direct dial numbers.
DPS
Dial Pulsing System; slow analog dialing mode
The individual digits are dialed with pulse signals
DTMF
Dual-Tone Multifrequency signalling; rapid analog dialing mode
The individual digits are dialed with dual tones
Emergency Telephone Numbers
You can store up to 4 emergency numbers in Gigaset 1054isdn. You can dial the
emergency numbers even if Gigaset 1054isdn is locked.
En-Bloc Dialing When this is used, the telephone number which is entered is dialed only after
the connect key is pressed.
GAP
Generic Access Profile; European standard for radio connections
GFSK
Gaussian Frequency Shift Key;
Modulation procedure for radio transmission
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display (mobile unit display)
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Glossary
LED
Light-emitting diode (Registration key on the base station)
Park (Unpark) a Call
You want to briefly interrupt a call (the connection remains) because, for
example, you
- are leaving your workstation
- want to continue the call from another telephone within the same multicell
connection
The call cannot be parked for more than 3 minutes.
PCM
Pulse Code Modulation;
Digital transmission; an analog signal is depicted in digital values
PIN
Personal Identification Number in mobile unit
This is used to lock the mobile unit or protect its settings
Station
All stations connected to Gigaset 1054isdn via mobile units or non-cordless
devices
System Code Identification number in the base station
This is used to lock the base station or to protect its system settings.
TAE
Subscriber line unit; normed analog line in Germany
TBR
Technical Basis for Regulations;
European certification regulations; this is the step preliminary to CTR in the certification procedure.
TC System
Telecommunications system
Toggle
You are engaged in a consultation call and toggle back and forth between the
two call partners. Two connections are set up and you can switch back and forth
between them.
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Index
A
Acoustic signalling .................................... 145
Advisory tones ............................ 74, 122, 145
Alarm display, rechargeable batteries ........ 16
Alarm tones ................................ 75, 122, 145
Automatic
backlight ............................................. 85
line seizure ................................... 33, 84
selection of base .............................. 136
Auxiliary device ........................................ 123
B
Backlit key .................................. 19, 131, 134
Barred numbers ....................................... 111
Battery
alarm tone .......................... 75, 122, 145
cells .............................................. 14, 15
Battery, important tips ................................ 15
C
Call
external ................................ 38, 89, 123
internal ................................. 41, 93, 123
internal transfer .................. 48, 101, 127
length ............................................... 108
length display ............................. 54, 107
pick up .......................................... 35, 86
switching ............................ 48, 101, 127
terminate ...................................... 35, 86
units ............................................ 55, 108
Call barred numbers ................................... 61
Call forwarding internal .............. 52, 105, 126
Call pickup ........................ 34, 36, 83, 87, 125
Call waiting ................................................. 37
Call waiting, answer ................................... 88
Cancel registration
mobile unit ........................................ 121
Cancel registration mobile unit ................... 72
Certification .................................................. 6
Charge
display for previous call .............. 56, 109
total per station ........................... 57, 109
total per telephone line ............... 58, 109
unit ..................................... 56, 108, 109
Charge, length of call ......................... 54, 107
Charging the batteries ................................ 14
Class of Service ......................... 63, 113, 150
Cleaning ................................................... 146
Collective call internal ........................ 41, 123
152
Conference, 3-way ..............51, 104, 128, 150
Connecting, base station .............................11
Connection options at the base station .......13
Connection TAE ............................10, 13, 146
Consultation ......................................101, 127
external ...................................... 49, 127
internal ............................... 48, 101, 127
Contact partners ........................................148
Contents of package .....................................9
Contrast mobile unit screen ........................85
D
DECT ........................................................150
Delivery status
mobile unit .......................................... 85
Device non-cordless ..................................123
Dialing
external ................................ 38, 89, 123
from telephone book .................... 94, 99
internal ................................. 41, 93, 123
Dialing mode .....................................146, 150
setting ........................................... 20, 26
Dialog key ...................................................77
Display
base station number ......................... 133
LED .................................. 131, 134, 151
Door ..........................................................106
Door interphone ......28, 53, 72, 106, 120, 129
Dual-tone multifrequency (DTMF) 20, 26, 146,
...................................................150
During the call .......................................43, 95
E
Emergency numbers ...................60, 110, 150
En-bloc dialing .......................................39, 91
Entering names and characters ..................98
Error
finding ............................................... 147
tone .................................... 74, 122, 145
External call ...................................38, 89, 123
F
Full trunk authorization ........................63, 113
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Index
G
General information .................................. 146
Glossary ........................................... 150, 151
Group call ........................................... 70, 119
H
Handset volume ................................... 44, 97
Hearing aid ................................................. 14
Hold .............................................. 43, 95, 127
Hotline ........................................ 65, 114, 148
registration ............................ 19, 24, 134
settings ....................................... 74, 122
Mounting the base station .......................... 11
Multiple base stations ............................... 130
Mute ..................................................... 44, 97
N
Negative acknowledgment tone . 74, 122, 145
No trunk authorization ........................ 63, 113
Non-cordless device ................................. 123
Number of rings ........................................ 120
Number redial ....................................... 40, 92
I
Incoming calls .............................. 35, 86, 125
Incoming ring ................................ 35, 86, 125
Initialization status
base station .......................... 13, 73, 117
mobile unit .......................................... 76
Initialization status of base station 13, 73, 117
Installation site for the base station ............ 10
Installing the batteries ................................ 14
Internal call ................................... 41, 93, 123
Internal telephone number ..... 25, 41, 93, 123
O
Occasional switch to tone dialing ......... 45, 96
OFF status ................................ 17, 18, 22, 23
ON, OFF, LOCK status ............ 17, 18, 22, 23
Operating time, mobile unit ................ 15, 146
Operation
multiple base stations ....................... 130
on a telephone system ............. 137, 144
Outgoing calls ............................... 38, 89, 123
P
K
Key acknowledgment tone ......... 74, 122, 145
L
Language setting ........................................ 85
LED .......................................... 131, 134, 151
Length of call, charges ....................... 54, 107
Lock .................................................... 59, 110
base station ................................ 59, 110
mobile unit .................................. 64, 114
LOCK status ............................. 17, 18, 22, 23
Loss of power ............................................. 11
M
Main trunk code (HAKZ) ........................... 138
Menu
key ................................................ 77, 78
status-dependent ............................... 78
structure ............................................. 78
using the ............................................. 77
Mobile unit
cancel registration ...................... 72, 121
PIN ....................................... 31, 82, 151
putting into service ............................. 14
Park external call ...................................... 151
PIN, mobile unit ............................ 31, 82, 151
Plug-in power supply ................................ 146
Positive acknowledgment tone ... 74, 122, 145
Power supply
base station .................... 10, 11, 13, 146
mobile unit .................................. 14, 146
Putting into service ....................................... 7
base station .......................................... 9
Comfort mobile unit ............................ 21
mobile unit .......................................... 14
Standard mobile unit .......................... 16
Q
Quick reference operating instructions ..... 161
R
Radio
cell ............................................ 130, 146
range .......................................... 11, 146
Range ................................................. 11, 146
Range alarm tone ....................... 75, 122, 145
Recall ................................. 48, 101, 102, 127
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Index
Register
mobile unit .....................19, 24, 131, 134
on multiple base stations ..........131, 134
Registration key ....................19, 24, 131, 134
Reset to initialization status
base station .................................73, 117
mobile unit .....................................76, 85
Ring allocation ....................................68, 118
collective call .....................................119
door interphone ...........................72, 120
group call ..............................69, 70, 119
number of rings ...........................71, 120
Ring cycles ..................................................71
S
Safety precautions ........................................6
Screen ...................................................16, 21
contrast ...............................................85
Semi-trunk authorization .....................63, 113
Service ......................................................148
Set flash time ............................................141
Setting dialing mode .............................20, 26
Settings
mobile unit ...................................74, 122
system .........................................67, 115
Signal key function ......................48, 127, 143
Signal tones ..............................................145
Special accessories ......................................9
Speed dialing ........................................42, 46
numbers ........................................42, 46
Standard settings ..................................30, 80
Station connection, configuration ................67
Switch, dialing mode .....................45, 96, 124
Switching functions .....................48, 101, 126
Synchronization tone ..................75, 122, 145
System
code ..............................................30, 80
settings ........................................67, 115
System code .........................................8, 151
154
T
TAE connection .............................10, 13, 146
Targeted dialing ....................................42, 46
key ......................................................42
Technical data ...........................................146
Telephone book ..........................................99
dialing from .........................................94
entry ....................................................99
sorting .................................................98
Telephone system
activate features ...............................143
operation on a ...................................137
Temperature range .......................10, 14, 146
Temporary switch to tone dialing ........45, 124
Time for
flash, set ...........................................141
timeout length, enter .........................139
Timeout length after AKZ / HAKZ .............139
Toggle .........................................50, 103, 128
Tone ring mobile unit ............................32, 81
Tones ..........................................74, 122, 145
Troubleshooting ........................................147
Trunk authorization .............................63, 113
Trunk code (AKZ) ..............................137, 142
V
Volume
mobile unit handset .......................44, 97
tone ring mobile unit .....................32, 81
W
Warranty ...................................................148
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Quick Reference Operating Instructions - Standard Mobile Unit
This section describes the most important operating procedures in a quick reference form. For
more detailed descriptions and for information on the functions not mentioned here, see the
other chapters of these operating instructions.
After every heading, you will find in parentheses a reference to the page where a more detailed
description of the function is found.
Settings
Switching ON / OFF / LOCK Status of Mobile Unit (page 17)
u
If mobile unit is locked:
Push and hold: Mobile unit off
Push briefly: Mobile unit on
If mobile unit is ON:
Push and hold: Mobile unit off
Push briefly: Mobile unit in lock status
If mobile unit is OFF:
Push and hold: Mobile unit on
Registering Mobile Unit (page 19)
o
! and u
Push registration key on the
base station
Hold down the 1 key
while pushing ON key
#
Enter system
code
o
Push the
pound key
Enter available internal
station number (1 ... 8)
Stipulating Call Allocation (page 69)
w#
!
Push these
keys in
sequence
o
12
z*
!
2
Enter the Select the
Push these
system
external tele- keys in
code
phone line
sequence
o
Select
Enter
“Collec- internal
tive call” station
number
(1...8)
w
Ring allocation is
stored
Setting Handset Volume (page 44)
w =
Push keys in this sequence
!
1: normal,
or
“
or
2: medium,
§
3: loud
w
Volume stored
Setting Tone Ring Volume (page 32)
w %
o
Push these keys in sequence Select volume, using the keys 1 ... 6.
w
Volume
stored
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Setting Tone Ring Pitch (page 32)
w &
o
w
Push these keys in sequence Select pitch, using the keys 1 ... 6.
Pitch is stored
Standard Mobile Unit in Operation
Accepting a Call (page 35)
g or c
Press connect key or pick up
mobile unit from charging unit
Dialing an External Telephone Number (page 38)
g
Press connect key
o
Enter telephone number
Dialing an Internal Telephone Number (page 41)
ü
Push internal key
o
Enter telephone number
Repeat Dial (last external telephone number, page 40)
g
Push connect key
z
The telephone number is automatically
dialed
Saving a Speed Dial Number (page 46)
wö
Push these keys in
sequence
o
Enter the memory location (0...9)
o
Enter the telephone
number
Dialing a Speed Dial Number (page 42)
gö
Push these keys in
sequence
156
o
Enter the memory location (0...9) ;
the telephone number is automatically
dialed
w
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Quick Reference Operating Instructions - Standard Mobile Unit
Internal Consultation during an External Call (page 48)
ü
Push the internal key
o
e
Dial the internal telephone number.
Carry on the consultation call.
Push the signal key.
You are reconnected to the original external call.
External Consultation during an External Call (page 49)
0e
Dial 0 as line code.
Push the signal key
o
e
Dial the external telephone number.
Carry on the consultation call.
Push the signal key.
You are reconnected to the first call again.
Forwarding an External Call to an Internal Station (page 48)
ü
Push the internal key
o
g
Dial the internal telephone number
Push the connect key
Accepting a “Call Waiting” Call (page 37)
we
From within an existing call, push these keys in sequence to pick up
the other call (call waiting call)
Toggle (page 50)
ü#
Push these keys in this sequence to toggle between two ongoing calls.
3-Way Conference (page 51)
üe
In the case of two ongoing calls, push these keys in this sequence to establish a 3-way conference
between yourself and both calls.
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Quick Reference Operating Instructions - Comfort Mobile Unit
This section describes the most important operating procedures in a quick reference form. For
more detailed descriptions and for information on the functions not mentioned here, see the
other chapters of these operating instructions.
After every heading, you will find in parentheses a reference to the page where a more detailed
description of the function is found.
Settings
Switching ON / OFF / LOCK Status of Mobile Unit (page 22)
u
If mobile unit is locked:
Push and hold: Mobile unit off
Push briefly: Mobile unit on
If mobile unit is ON:
Push and hold: Mobile unit off
Push briefly: Mobile unit in lock status
If mobile unit is OFF:
Push and hold: Mobile unit on
Registering Mobile Unit (page 24)
ß
Push registration key on the
base station
OK
Settings
Push menu key
Select and confirm.
Registrate
OK
Select and confirm.
Follow the directions on the display.
Stipulating the Ring Allocation (page 118)
ß
Push
menu
key
Service
OK
System settings
OK
Select and confirm.
o
Enter
system
code.
OK
Line data
Select and confirm.
External 1/2
Select telephone line and
confirm.
Follow the directions on
the display.
Setting the Handset Volume during a Call (page 97)
ß
Push menu key
158
Handset volume
Select and confirm
OK
NEXT
Set volume
OK
SAVE
Save setting
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Setting the Tone Ring Volume (page 81)
ß
Push menu key
Settings
OK
Tone ringing
OK
Select in sequence and
confirm
OK
Tonering.volume
Select and confirm
NEXT
SAVE
Set and save
Setting the Tone Ring Pitch (page 81)
ß
Push menu key
Settings
OK
Tone ringing
OK
Select in sequence and
confirm
Pitch
Select and confirm
OK
NEXT
SAVE
Set and save
Comfort Mobile Unit in Operation
Accepting a Call (page 86)
g or c
Push the connect key or pick up
the mobile unit from the charging
unit
Dialing an External Telephone Number (page 89)
g
Push the connect key
o
Enter the external telephone
number
Dialing an Internal Telephone Number(page 78)
ü
Push the internal key
o
Enter the telephone
number
Repeat Dial (last external telephone number, page 92)
REDIAL
Push dialog key
DIAL
Push dialog key. The telephone number is then automatically
dialed.
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Storing the Telephone Number and Name in the Telephone Book (page 99)
ß
OK
Phone book
Push the menu key
Select and confirm.
Follow the directions on the display.
Dialing the Telephone Number from the Telephone Book (page 94)
TEL.BOOK
NEXT
Push dialog key
Find name
DIAL
Push dialog key. Telephone number is dialed automatically.
Internal Consultation during an External Call (page 101)
ü
Push internal key
o
Dial internal telephone number.
Carry on the consultation call.
e
Push the signal key.
You are reconnected to the external call.
External Consultation during an External Call (page 102)
o
CONSLT.
Push dialog key
Dial external telephone number.
Carry on the consultation call.
e
Push the signal key.
You are reconnected to the first call.
Forwarding an External Call to an Internal Station (page 102)
ü
Push internal key
o
Dial the internal telephone
number
g
Push the connect key
Accepting a “Call Waiting” Call (page 88)
PICK UP
When a call arrives while you are already engaged in a call, push
the dialog key to pick up the call waiting call.
Toggle (page 103)
TOGGLE
Push the dialog key to toggle between two ongoing calls.
3-Way Conference (page 104)
CONF.
In the case of two ongoing calls, push the dialog key to connect
yourself and both calls in a 3-way conference.
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Quick Reference Operating Instructions - Auxiliary Device
This section describes the most important operating procedures in a quick reference form. For
more detailed descriptions and for information on the functions not mentioned here, see the
other chapters of these operating instructions.
After every heading, you will find in parentheses a reference to the page where a more detailed
description of the function is found.
Dialing an External Telephone Number (page 123)
0
c
Pick up the handset
o
Seize an external line
Enter the telephone number
Dialing an Internal Telephone Number (page 123)
9
c
Pick up the handset
o
Prepare to dial the internal telephone number
Enter the internal telephone
number
Internal Line Hunting (page 123)
6
c
Pick up the handset
All internal stations are rung
Internal Consultation during an External Call (page 127)
99
R
Push these keys in
sequence
o
R
Dial the internal telephone number.
Carry on the consultation call.
8
Push these keys in sequence.
You are reconnected to the external call.
External Consultation during an External Call (page 127)
90
R
Push these keys in
sequence
o
R
Dial the external telephone number.
Carry on the consultation call.
8
Push these keys in sequence.
You are now reconnected to the 1st call.
Forwarding an External Call to an Internal Station (page 127)
R
99
o
Push these keys in sequence Dial the internal telephone number
a
Hang up the handset
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Accepting a “Call Waiting” Call (page 125)
78
R
If a call arrives while you are engaged in another call, push these
keys in sequence to pick up the call waiting call.
Toggle (page 128): Telephone with Pulse Dialing
5
...
5
To toggle between two ongoing calls, push this key -- if necessary, it
can be pushed repeatedly.
Toggle (page 128): Telephone with Tone Dialing
R
5
Push these keys in sequence
R
...
R
In order to toggle between two ongoing calls, push this key -- if necessary, repeatedly.
3-Way Conference (page 128)
R
7
In the case of two ongoing calls, push these keys in sequence to connect yourself and both calls to a 3way conference.
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