Siemens Gigaset 2010 Operating instructions

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The cordless digital
DECT telephone system
expandable to 6 handsets
Operating instructions
Before starting up the equipment, please read these
operating instructions with the safety notes!
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Gigaset® 2010
Wegweiser
Making the first call
Switching the telephone on (➔ page 1).
Making a call (➔ page 24).
Using additional handsets
Registering new handsets at the base
station (➔ page 49).
Internal calls (➔ page 28).
The quickest way
Quick reference guide
(➔ page 57).
In addition to these signposts, the table of contents and index at the beginning and end of this manual will provide further help in the optimum
use of this device.
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Overview: Gigaset 2010
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Earphone
Display
Store key
Speed dial (delete) key
On-hook key
Intercom key
Star key
Recall key
Microphone
ON/OFF/PROTECTED key
Last Number Redial
Off-hook key
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Pound key
Paging key (calling mobile untis)
Battery LED (On when charging battery,
Off when not charging battery)
Trunk LED (lights up when the connection to the
trunk is seized – after pressing the phone key)
Ringer loudspeaker
Battery compartment/cover
Carrying clip
Jack for power supply unit
Jack for trunk
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Overview: Keys
Keys on the base station
?
Green paging key to call all handsets or to register new
handsets.
Keys on the Gigaset 1000S mobile unit
B
Memory key to initialize procedures.
C
Speed dial and delete key.
O
Redial key (also used for procedures).
1 to 0, * and #
R
I
Dialling keys.
Signal key.
Internal key to dial internal numbers.
h
ON/OFF/PROTECTED key.
c
Off-hook key to dial a number.
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On-hook key to finish a call or to cancel a procedure.
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Overview: Key functions and display symbols
uPzAHn-8888888cc
Af
Nb
EFG H
All digits and characters are displayed on the top line, while the symbols for various operating modes are displayed
on the bottom line.
Display Symbols (top line)
u
Display after briefly pressing the signal key, R key.
P
A
Manual dialing pause.
H
Main exchange code (only used when connected to telephone systems).
z
n
Memory empty.
c
cc
Display symbols (bottom line)
A
j
i
g
f
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b
E
F
G
H
Exchange code (only used when connected to telephone
systems).
Display of star key, * key.
Display of pound key, # key.
Volume of incoming speech, level 2.
Volume of incoming speech, level 3.
Indicates that the mobile unit is in save mode and is not
ready for dialing. Activated by pressing the B key.
Battery symbol flashes for approximately 5 to 10 minutes
before the batteries are empty.
Batterie is 33% charged.
Batterie is 66% charged.
Batterie is 100% charged.
ON symbol. Activated by pressing the h key. This symbol flashes if the mobil unit is out of range of the base
station.
Phone symbol indicates that the mobil unit is in off-hook
mode. Activated by pressing the c key.
Indicates that the dialing mode has been temporarily
switched from dial pulsing to DTMF signaling.
Indicates that an external call is in progress via the base
station.
Indicates that an internal call is in progress via the base
station.
Indicates that the mobile unit is locked.
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Overview: Meaning of symbols
B #*5
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Q
1 ... 6
o
Press keys in this sequence.
Press key from the base station.
Delete function of the speed dial key.
Press one of the following keys.
Enter number.
If it is necessary you will see a display symbol:
:
3 z
P fN
Attention, this is an important hint!
Additional information.
➔ page 2
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Safety precautions
Only use approved nickel-cadmium (NiCd)
and nickel-metal-hydride (NiMH) batteries!
(➔ page 6).
Never use other batteries or ordinary (non-rechargeable) batteries! These batteries can short
circuit or destroy the battery unit (dangerous).
The following labels are found on the battery
compartments of the handset and charging unit:
B
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Only use rechargeable batteries with the poles aligned as
shown!
Type according to instructions
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Do not submerge batteries in water; do not throw
them into fire.
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Do not dispose of old, defective batteries with normal
household garbage.
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Batteries become warm during charging. This is normal and not dangerous
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Do not use any third-party charging units. The batteries could be damaged.
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Only the plug-in power supply unit supplied (details
on the underside of the device) may be used.
Check that the socket into which you insert the
plug-in power unit has the correct voltage. If
your plug-in power unit does not have the right
voltage, please contact Siemens.
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Do not confuse the plugs of the base station. Abnormally high voltages could be imposed across the charging contacts for brief intervals, such as during thunder storms.
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The handset may not be operated in rooms with explosion hazards.
Research has demonstrated that cordless telephones (DECT) which are switched on can interfere with the operation of medial equipment.
Thus, you should maintain a minimum distance
of one meter between the telephone and medical equipment. When using a mobile telephone
in medical institutions, the regulations of the institution in question must be observed.
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Certification and CE marking
Siemens Gigaset 2010 was certified according to EU
guideline 91/263/EEC (CTR 6, CTR 10). Anyone is permitted to connect this telephone to a telephone jack and
use it.
This telephone fulfils the requirements of the following
EU guidelines:
89/336/EEC
“Electromagnetic compatibility”
73/23/EEC
“Electrical resources used within
specific voltage ranges”
The CE marking confirms the telephone is in compliance
with the above-mentioned guidelines (CE 0188 X)
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Contents
Signposts
Overviews
Safety precautions
Stepwise startup .......................................................................................................................... 1
Step 1: Observe the safety precautions ......................................................................................... 1
Step 2: Check the contents of the package ................................................................................... 1
Step 3: Connecting the base station ................................................................................................2
Step 4: Inserting the batteries into the handset ...............................................................................3
Step 5: Charging the batteries ....................................................................................................... 3
Step 6: Check signaling method .................................................................................................... 4
Notes on operation ...................................................................................................................... 5
Installing the base station ............................................................................................................... 5
Notes on operating the handset .......................................................................................................6
Maintenance notes ........................................................................................................................ 8
Connecting the telephone socket .................................................................................................. 8
Technical data ..................................................................................................................................9
Third party use/disposal ............................................................................................................... 10
Warranty ....................................................................................................................................... 10
Procedure in the case of malfunctions ...........................................................................................11
Overview: Signal tones ..................................................................................................................13
Operating modes ....................................................................................................................... 14
ON/OFF/PROTECTED modes ...................................................................................................... 14
Signaling method ...........................................................................................................................16
Operating in a telephone system ...................................................................................................17
Exchange codes .............................................................................................................................18
Changing the system code, changing the PIN ............................................................................. 19
Resetting the base station to factory defaults ............................................................................. 20
Resetting the Gigaset 2000S handset to factory defaults ............................................................ 21
Incoming calls ............................................................................................................................ 22
Accepting calls ............................................................................................................................. 22
External call-waiting during internal calls ........................................................................................23
Ending an internal call .................................................................................................................. 23
Switching off the microphone (mute function) ...................................................................... 23
External outgoing calls .............................................................................................................. 24
Calling external subscribers ......................................................................................................... 24
No answer or line busy ................................................................................................................ 25
Redial ........................................................................................................................................... 25
Dialing speed dial numbers ............................................................................................................26
Device control using dual-tone multifrequency signaling (DTMF) ..................................................27
Dialing a DSS number from a locked handset .............................................................................. 27
Ending a call ................................................................................................................................. 27
Collective ringing and internal calls .........................................................................................
Making collective calls to all handsets from the base station ......................................................
Making collective calls from one handset to all other handsets ...................................................
Making internal calls .....................................................................................................................
Allowing internal parties to listen in on a call ...............................................................................
Ending an internal call ..................................................................................................................
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Internal consultation calls and transferring calls ................................................................... 30
Consultation calls ......................................................................................................................... 30
Transferring calls .......................................................................................................................... 31
Base station settings ................................................................................................................. 32
Switching the base station ringer off and setting the ringer volume ........................................... 32
Setting the base station ringer tone ...............................................................................................33
Switching music-on-hold on/off .................................................................................................... 33
Individual settings on the Gigaset 2000S mobile unit ........................................................... 34
Setting the ringer volume ............................................................................................................. 34
Setting the ringer tone ................................................................................................................. 34
Setting the handset volume ...........................................................................................................35
Activating/deactivating notification and warning tones ................................................................ 35
Activating/deactivating automatic call acceptance ....................................................................... 37
Speed dial numbers .......................................................................................................................38
Activating/deactivating the call duration display ................................................................... 40
The Gigaset 2010 lock functions .............................................................................................. 41
Activating/deactivating the Gigaset 2010 lock for outgoing calls ................................................. 41
Emergency calls when the Gigaset 2010 is locked ...................................................................... 41
Barred numbers for handsets ........................................................................................................43
Activating/deactivating the call number lock ................................................................................ 44
Setting trunk access for the handsets ............................................................................................45
Lock functions on the handset ................................................................................................. 46
Activating/deactivating the handset lock ...................................................................................... 46
DSS number for handset lock ...................................................................................................... 46
Handset display with active lock ....................................................................................................48
Registering/de-registering more than one handsets at the base station ............................ 49
Registering a Gigaset 2000S handset at a base station ............................................................... 49
De-registering a handset from a base station .............................................................................. 50
Operating more than one handset ........................................................................................... 51
Ring priority for incoming calls ..................................................................................................... 51
Operation at more than one base station ............................................................................... 53
Procedure for operating at more than one base station ............................................................... 53
Activating/deactivating base station number display on handset ................................................. 54
Selecting the best station ............................................................................................................ 54
Automatic search for a base station if the preferred base station cannot be reached ................. 55
Reset the factory default ................................................................................................................56
Quick reference guide handset Gigaset 2000S ....................................................................... 57
Index ............................................................................................................................................ 58
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Stepwise startup
Stepwise startup
Before you can operate with your handset you
have to connect the base station Gigaset 2010.
Follow the installation and setup instructions “step by
step” as described.
Step 1: Observe the safety precautions
It is essential that you read the safety precautions at the begining of this manual before
startup!
Step 2: Check the contents of the package
The factory package contains:
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a Gigaset 2010 base station,
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a Gigaset 2000S handset,
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a phone cord,
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a power cord with RJ-11 plug and plug-in power
supply,
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cover for handset battery compartment,
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carrying clip for the handset,
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two batteries,
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instructions.
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Step 3: Connecting the base station
Plug-in power
supply socket
power cord
phone cord
cord channel for
power and phone
cords
power cord RJ-11 plug
power cord RJ-11 plug
Underside of base
station case
Phone cord
Insert the RJ-11 plug on your phone cord into the base station. The jack on the bottom of the base station is marked
with the following symbol:
Insert the phone plug on your phone cord into your phone
socket.
Power cord
Insert the RJ-11 plug on your power cord into the base
station. The jack on the bottom of the base station is marked with the following symbol:
Insert the power cord plug-power supply into a socket.
For safety reasons, the phone must only be operated with the supplied Siemens adapter.
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Step 4: Inserting the batteries into the handset
The handset is powered by two batteries.
Batt. compartment cover
Batt. comp. and batteries
Hold the handset with the keypad side facing down.
Slot the batteries into the battery compartment.
Make sure that the +/– battery poles are aligned
correctly. The +/– marks on the plate must be
aligned with the +/– marks on the batteries.
The handset will not work if the batteries are incorrectly inserted and it may be damaged.
Slide the cover of the battery compartment from above
into the grooves in the handset and close the compartment.
Step 5: Charging the batteries
To charge the batteries, place the handset in the handset
rest on the base station. The charging contacts on the bottom of the handset must come into contact with the bottom of the base station and its charging contacts. It does
not matter whether the keypad is facing up or down.
If you have correctly inserted the mobile unit for charging,
the LED under the battery symbol on the base station will
light up.
You must charge the batteries before you can
make any calls or settings. We recommend that
the batteries be charged for 16 hours without interruption, e.g. overnight, for the initial startup.
For more information on the use of the batteries
(➔ page 6).
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Step 6: Check signaling method
Telephone lines can use the following signaling methods:
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dial pulsing (DP)
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dual-tone multifrequency signaling (DTMF)
The factory default for your Gigaset 2010 is DTMF.
Checking your own telephone’s signalling method
c
o
Press the off-hook key (corresponds to picking up the
handset on an ordinary phone). You will hear the dial
tone.
Press any digit, e.g. 2. If you can still hear the dial tone
you will have to set the signaling method to dial pulsing
(DP).
Setting the phone to dial pulsing (DP)
B#1
o
O033B
Start the setting procedure.
Enter the four-digit base code (factory default:”0000“)
(➔ page 19).
Set dial pulsing (DP).
The other signaling method settings are intended for the operation of the Gigaset 2010 in
telephone systems (➔ page 17 ).
You can now make external calls with your Gigaset 2010.
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Notes on operation
Notes on operation
Installing the base station
Installation site/installation area
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A 220/230V power socket must be located at the installation site.
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In order to avoid interference, the base station should
not be in the direct vicinity of other electronic equipment such as HiFi, office or microwave equipment.
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Place the base station on a level, non-slip surface. The
device feet do not normally leave any unsightly marks.
However, due to the variety of varnishes and polish
used on furniture, the possibility of marks cannot be
entirely ruled out.
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Radio transmission between the base station and
handsets complies with the DECT standard. Gigaset
2010 thus observes all relevant regulations. However,
if there is interference to the picture or sound of your
satellite equipment, consult your specialist satellite
dealer.
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Depending on ambient conditions, the maximum radio range between the base station and the handset
is approx. 300 m outdoors, and approx. 50 m indoors.
If the range warning is activated for the handset
(➔ page 36), a signal will sound when you move outside the radio range.
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The base station is designed for operation in protected areas with a temperature range from +5 °C to +45°
C.
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The base station should not be installed in damp areas (such as bathrooms or laundry rooms), or close to
heat sources, or in direct sunlight.
Temperature/ambient conditions
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Notes on operation
Notes on operating the handset
For users who wear hearing aids
If you wear a hearing aid, please note that radio signals
can interfere with hearing aids, and if sufficiently loud, can
cause a very unpleasant humming sound.
Using rechargeable batteries
The following should be noted when using
rechargeable batteries:
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Only use the rechargeable battery types supplied (AA
nickel-cadmium batteries). When replacing rechargeable batteries, the following can be used:
Panasonic P-60 AA/1P, Philips R6 NC-P, UCAR RC6,
Eveready XC6, DAIMON ACCU 1000, Sanyo N-3U,
Varta Rechargeable Accu Plus Ni-Cd 1.2V, No. 5006.
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Nickel-metal-hydride (NiMH)
rechargeable batteries can significantly increase the
time for which Gigaset 2000C Tango can be used. The
following products are authorized:
Sanyo HR-3U (1300 mAh), GP GP120 AAHC,
Emmerich CE R 6, Energizer EMH-1100AAC,
Varta VH1101AA,
Once the NiMH rechargeable batteries have
been inserted, the following should be observed to ensure maximum lasting power from
your batteries: Once the batteries have been fully charged for the first time, the handset prematurely indicates that the batteries are running
low ( i ). In order to deep discharge the batteries, continue to use the handset until the battery
symbol j appears and the batt. low beep
sounds (caution: max. operating time remaining
is 10 minutes). In this way the handset recognizes the extended capacity of the rechargeable
batteries and will in future display the correct
battery charging status.
Opening the battery compartment resets the
display to the capacity of the batteries delivered
with the telephone.
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Using other battery types or non-rechargeable batteries may cause malfunctions or even damage the
equipment. The manufacturer shall assume no liability
in this case.
Never use ordinary batteries.
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Notes on operation
When installing and using the rechargeable batteries,
please follow the rules below:
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Initially charge the batteries thoroughly. We recommend charging the batteries for approximately 16
hours without interruption (overnight for example).
During the first week of operation, continually replace
the handsets in the charging unit for recharging.
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New batteries do not usually reach their full capacity
(i.e. maximum time when the telephone is in use and
standby time) until they have been in normal use for
several days. Although the battery LED indicates that
the rechargeable batteries of a handset have been
charged (LED off), you must assume during this initial
phase that the capacity may not reach that of maximum time when the telephone is in use, or that of
standby time.
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After they have initially been thoroughly charged, the
rechargeable batteries are fully operative. For normal
operation, we recommend that the handsets are not
placed in the charging unit each time a call is completed. The rechargeable batteries should be discharged
from time to time.
Caution: partially discharged batteries only offer limited operating time.
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Make sure that the contacts do not touch metal or oily
objects.
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Battery charging times
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–
Charging time in the handset
NiCd rechargeable batteries approx. 4–5 hours
NiMH rechargeable
batteries 1100 mAh
approx. 8–9 hours
–
Charging time in the charging unit
backup battery compartment
NiCd rechargeable battery
approx. 24 hours
NiMH rechargeable
battery 1100 mAh
approx. 40 hours
The LED display lights up occasionally to indicate that
float charging is taking place.
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Notes on operation
Mounting the carrying clip onto the handset
If required, you can mount the carrying clip supplied with
the handset, e.g. if you wish to carry the handset in your
pocket.
Hold the handset with the keypad facing the palm of your
hand. You will see two small holes on the sides, level with
the display. Place the clip in one hole and then insert it into
the opposite hole until it clicks into place.
Maintenance notes
Simply wipe the handset and base station with a damp
cloth or an antistatic wipe.
Never use a dry cloth as this causes static discharge.
Connecting the telephone socket
Only use a Siemens telephone connecting cable. Cables
by other manufacturers may have a different pin assignment.
The telephone cable socket is connected on the underside of the base station as follows:
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8
4
2
5
1
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
Free
Free
a
b
Free
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Notes on operation
Technical data
Standard:
Number of channels:
Radio frequency range:
Duplex method:
Channel grid:
Bit rate:
Modulation:
Voice coding:
Transmitted power:
Range:
Base station power supply:
Base station power consumption:
DECT = Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications
GAP = Generic Access Profile (standard adhered to
by most manufacturers for DECT radio transmission)
120 duplex channels
1880 MHz to 1900 MHz
Time-division multiplexing, 10 ms frame length
1728 kHz
1152 kbit/s
GFSK
32 kbit/s
10 mW, average output per channel
up to 300 m outdoors,
up to 50 m in buildings
220/230V (AC adapter)
In standby mode and when the telephone is in use approx. 3 W, during charging approx. 5 W
Handset operating times
(with fully charged battery):
In standby mode with NiCd
NiMH, 1100 mAh
NiMH, 1300 mAh
When the telephone is in use with
NiCd
with NiMH, 1100 mAh
with NiMH, 1300 mAh
up to 70 hours
up to 110 hours
up to 130 hours
up to 7 hours
up to 11 hours
up to 13 hours
Charging time in base station:
NiCd rechargeable batteries (approx. 4–5 hours)
NiMH rechargeable batteries, 1100 mAh (approx. 8–9
hours)
Permitted ambient conditions
for operation:
+5 °C to +45 °C
20 % to 75 % relative humidity
Signaling method:
Signal key function:
Base station dimensions:
Handset dimensions:
DP (dial pulsing) / DTMF (dual tone multifrequency)
Flash
approx. 146 x 117 x 70 mm (L x W x H)
approx. 160 × 55 × 25 mm (L × W × H)
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Notes on operation
Weight:
Cable lengths:
Plugs:
Base station 210 g
Handset with rechargeable batteries approx. 165 g
Telephone connecting cord approx. 3 m
Power cord approx. 3 m
TSV 6/4 (phone cord)
TSV 6/4 (power cord)
Third party use/disposal
Gigaset 2010 telephone should only be passed onto third
parties if the instructions for use are included.
When the system or batteries have reached the end of
their service life, they should be disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner in accordance with relevant legislation.
Warranty
This equipment is guaranteed by Siemens for a period of
6 months from the date of purchase. Please keep your
sales receipt as proof of this date!
During this period, Siemens will rectify all equipment or
manufacturing defects. Siemens will decide how the warranty shall be implemented: repair or replacement of the
defective equipment.
The warranty excludes any damage resulting from incorrect use, wear and tear, or actions carried out by third parties. The warranty covers neither consumables nor any
defects having only a minimal effect on the value or use of
the equipment.
The Siemens product which you have purchased meets
the technical requirements relating to connection to the
public telephone network.
You can exercise your warranty rights directly with your
supplier.
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Procedure in the case of malfunctions
Not every malfunction means that there is an actual defect in your telephone. In some situations you may save
time and money if you can eliminate the cause of simple
faults yourself. The information below will help you do
this.
Symptom
Cause
Remedy
No display appears
Handset is not switched on.
Switch on the handset.
Battery is empty.
Replace the battery with a backup
battery or recharge it.
The plug on the power cord
is not connected properly.
Check the plug on the base station
and telephone socket; if necessary
remove it and plug it back in
(➔ page 2).
The plug on the power cord
is not connected properly.
Check the plug on the base station
and the socket; if necessary
remove it and plug it back in
(➔ page 2).
The dial-up line is being used
by another handset.
Wait until the dial-up line is free.
Handset is not registered.
Register the handset at the base
station (➔ page 49).
The plug on the AC power
adapter cord is not connected properly.
Check the plug on the base station
and the socket; if necessary remove it and plug it back in.
Ringer volume is set to low.
Adjust the base station
(➔ page 32) or handset
(➔ page 34) ringer volume.
The ring assignment is not
set correctly.
Adjust the ring assignment
(➔ page 51).
No connection after dialing a
call number; dial tone can
still be heard.
Wrong signaling method.
Reset the signaling method
(➔ page 16).
No connection after a connection has been set up; dial
tone can still be heard.
Wrong signaling method.
Switch the signaling method
(➔ page 18).
Cannot seize the dial-up line;
no dial tone
Cannot set up a radio link to
the base station – symbol on
the handset flashes.
Base station or handset does
not ring.
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Notes on operation
Symptom
Cause
Remedy
With telephone systems:
no connection or wrong connection after dialing from a
memory.
Exchange code not entered
Enter exchange code (➔ page 18).
System code entered is rejected.
System code entered does
not correspond with the
changed code.
If you have forgotten your changed
system code, please contact your
specialist dealer.
PIN entered is rejected.
PIN entered does not correspond with the changed PIN.
If you have forgotten your changed
PIN, please contact your specialist
dealer.
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Notes on operation
Overview: Signal tones
Recall:
tuuuuut
tuuuuut
0.8 s tone
Internal dial tone:
0.8 s pause
tuuut
tuuut
tuuut
3 x 0.2 s tone repetition following 0.8 s pause
Internal busy tone
tuuuut
0.5 s tone
Batt. low beep/
batteries almost empty:
0.5 s pause
tuuuut
0.5 s tone
Batt. low beep/
radio range is
being exited:
tuuuut
tut
tut
tuuuut
30 s pause
tut
tut
4 x short tones
Call waiting tone:
tut
tut
Short tone sychronized with the external call
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Operating modes
Operating modes
ON/OFF/PROTECTED modes
You can switch your handset to
●
protected mode,
●
off,
●
and on (again).
When the handset is in protected mode, it is protected
against unintended use. The handset switches on automatically to receive incoming calls. If you want to make an
outgoing call, you will have to switch the handset on first.
When the handset is switched off, incoming calls are not
signaled. You have to switch on the handset before making a call.
PROTECTED mode is useful, for example, if you
carry your telephone in a bag.
To preserve the batteries, we recommend that
you switch off the handset if you move outside
the base station radio range.
If the handset has been switched on and outside the radio range for a longer period of time,
you can speed up the process of “finding” the
base station again by switching the handset off
for a moment and switching it on again.
Switching the handset to protected mode
h
Press the handset button briefly. You will hear a positive
confirmation beep. If the handset is in protected mode,
the following message appears on the display:
:
zzzz
fN
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Operating modes
Switching on the handset
When the handset is in protected mode:
h
Pr
Press the handset key briefly. You will hear the positive
confirmation beep. The following message appears on
the display when the handset is switched on:
:
fN
When the handset is switched off:
h
Press the handset key briefly. You will hear the positive
confirmation beep. The display flashes. Wait until it stops
flashing. The handset is switched on.
or
Place the handset back into the base station. The message appears on the display. The handset is switched on.
Switching on the handset
h
Press the handset key until the display message is
cleared. You will hear the positive confirmation beep.
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Operating modes
Signaling method
The PTT operates telephone connections with two different signaling methods:
●
Dial pulsing (DP)
●
Dual-tone multifrequency signaling (DTMF)
The factory default setting for your Gigaset 2010 is
DTMF.
Checking the signaling method of your telephone line
c
o
Press the off-hook key. You will hear the dial tone.
Press any digit, e.g. 2. If you still hear the same dial tone,
you must switch the signaling method to dial pulsing
(DP).
Setting the signaling method
B #1
o
O033B
Start the setting procedure.
Enter the four-digit base code (factory default: “0000“)
(➔ page 19).
Set to dial pulsing (DP).
or
O037B
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Set to DTMF/Flash (factory default).
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Operating modes
Operating in a telephone system
To be able to operate your Gigaset 2010 in a telephone
system, you must first
1.
check the signaling method,
2. enter the exchange code,
3. enter the pause lengths after the exchange code.
Possible signaling method settings
The factory default setting for the signaling method is:
●
DTMF/Flash
This may have to be changed to operate the device in telephone systems or in PSTNs in some countries.
Please also consult the instructions for use supplied with your telephone system.
B#
1
o
O0
3 3B
O0
3 7B
Start the setting procedure.
Enter the four-digit base code (factory default: “0000“)
(➔ page 19).
Set dial pulsing (DP).
or
dual-tone multifrequency signaling DTMF/Flash
(factory default).
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Operating modes
Exchange codes
For through connection to the public telephone network
you must set:
●
the exchange code
●
the pause length after the exchange code (if a pause
is necessary after entry of the exchange code)
If the telephone system is connected as a subsystem to
a main system, you must set the:
●
the exchange code
●
the pause length after the exchange code
For the pause length to be entered after the exchange code, please consult the documentation
about your telephone system.
Entering the exchange code
B#
0
o
O
o
B
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The exchange code has one to three characters and can
comprise the digits 0 to 9 and the :, # and R
keys.
Start the setting procedure.
Enter the four-digit base code (factory default: “0000“)
(➔ page 19).
Select the exchange code.
Enter the exchange code. If more than one exchange
code is available, you can enter the next exchange code
by pressing O.
Store setting.
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Operating modes
Modify the pause length according to the excharge code
Possible pause lengths are:
1 second
2 seconds
3 seconds (factory default)
6 seconds
B#
1
o
O0
2 4B
Start the setting procedure.
Enter the four-digit base code (factory default: “0000“)
(➔ page 19).
Select pause length of 1 second.
or
O 0 2 5B
Select pause length of 2 seconds.
O 0 2 0B
Select pause length of 3 seconds (factory default).
O0
Select pause length of 6 seconds.
or
or
2 1B
Deleting the exchange code
B#
O2
1
o
5 3B
Start the setting procedure.
Enter the four-digit base code (factory default: “0000“)
(➔ page 19).
Delete exchange code.
Changing the system code, changing the PIN
To protect your personal settings, Gigaset 2010 has two
code numbers, a four-digit system code and an eight-digit
handset PIN (personal identification number). The factory
defaults are as follows:
●
System code : "0000"
●
Handset PIN : "0000"
You need to know the system code in order to create basic settings or to lock the telephone for outgoing calls.
The system code can thus be described as the main code
for your Gigaset 2010 telephone.
The PIN primarily protects settings on your handset(s),
but it has no effect on the basic functions of the base station. For security reasons, a new system code and a new
PIN should be entered.
If several handsets are operated (➔ page 51), the same
system code is valid for each one.
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Operating modes
Changing the system code
B#
8*
Start setting procedure.
o
Enter the current system code (factory default "0000").
o
Enter the new four-digit system code. Note carefully the
number entered.
o
Enter the new system code again to confirm.
B
Store the setting.
Changing the handset PIN
B8
9
Start setting procedure.
o
Enter the current PIN (factory default "0000").
o
Enter the new four-digit PIN. Note carefully the number
entered.
o
Enter the new PIN again to confirm.
B
Store the setting.
Resetting the base station to factory defaults
You can use this procedure to reset the following settings
to factory defaults:
●
Signaling method (DTMF/flash 300 ms) ➔ page 16
●
Pause length following exchange code ( 3 seconds)
➔ page 19
●
Call allocation (collective call) ➔ page 51
The following stored data can be deleted:
●
Exchange code
The stored system code (➔ page 19) is not deleted.
All registered handsets remain registered.
B#
O2
20
1
o
5 0B
Start setting procedure.
Enter the four-digit system code (factory default: “0000“)
(➔ page 19).
Reset the base station to the factory default.
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Operating modes
Resetting the Gigaset 2000S handset to factory defaults
You can use this procedure to reset the following settings
to factory defaults:
●
Ringer volume (➔ page 34)
●
Ringer tone (➔ page 34)
●
Handset volume (➔ page 35)
●
Base station number (➔ page 54)
●
Battery warning signal (➔ page 36)
●
Range warning signal (➔ page 36)
●
Synchronization tone (➔ page 37)
●
Automatic call acceptance (➔ page 37)
●
Key confirmation tone (➔ page 35)
●
Positive confirmation tone (➔ page 36)
●
Error beep (➔ page 36)
The following stored data are deleted:
●
Redial (➔ page 25)
●
Speed dial (➔ page 38)
The stored handset PIN (➔ page 20) is not
deleted.
B 8Q
o
B
Start setting procedure.
You are requested to enter the PIN (factory
default "0000") (➔ page 20).
Confirming the PIN resets the settings to factory
defaults.
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Incoming calls
Incoming calls
Accepting calls
An incoming call is indicated by the ringer (bell symbol).
You will know that it is an external call when you the
following message appears on your handset display:
:
f
- - -
N
F
You will know that you are receiving an internal call if you
see the following message on your handset display (the
example shows an incoming call from a second handset):
:
f
N
2
G
If the handset is in the charging unit:
Remove the handset from the charging unit. You are connected.
The automatic acceptance of calls by removing
the handset from the charging unit is an adjustable setting (➔ Seite 37). If you have switched
this function off, you must press the c button
when you have removed the handset from the
charging unit.
If the handset is not in the charging unit:
c
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Press the off-hook key on the handset.
You are connected.
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Switching off the microphone (mute function)
External call-waiting during internal calls
If you are on an internal call with a second handset and a
external call arrives, this is indicated by the call-waiting
function. Your internal call is terminated when you accept
the external call.
The arrival of the external call is indicated.
BR
You accept the call immediately.
or
a
c
Disconnect the internal call. You will hear the ring tone.
Accept the external call.
Ending an internal call
Replace the handset in the base station or charging unit.
The line is disconnected.
or
a
Disconnect (“on-hook“).
If the handset was in protected mode, it remains in this mode after you press a.
Switching off the microphone (mute function)
It is possible to switch the microphone off during external
calls. This allows you to consult other people in the room
while the external party is on hold. The external party
cannot hear what you are saying and will hear music.
I
R
Press the internal key. The microphone is switched off.
Hold consultation with people in the room. The external
party will hear music.
Switch the microphone back on. You are reconnected
with the external party.
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External outgoing calls
External outgoing calls
Calling external subscribers
c
o
Press the off-hook key. You will hear the dial tone.
Enter the desired call number on the dialling keypad. The
number you have entered is shown on the display, e.g.:
:
123456
fN
b
F
You will hear the ring tone.
Dialing with call number checking (en-bloc dialing)
En-bloc dialing allows you to check the external call number entered before it is dialed and correct it, if necessary,
using the Q key before the line is seized.
The maximum length of call numbers that you
can enter is 22 digits.
o
Enter the desired call number. The number you have
entered is shown on the display, e.g.:
:
Q
c
or
a
24
123456
fN
You can correct the number entered using the Q key.
Press the off-hook key within 30 seconds to seize the
line. The call number is dialed. You will then hear the ring
tone.
You can also leave the dialing mode without dialing by
pressing the on-hook key.
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External outgoing calls
Manually inserting a pause
If you repeatedly get the busy symbol following automatic
dialing from the telephone directory, e.g. after the country
code, you can enter a pause (three seconds), e.g. between the exchange or country code and the call number:
oO o
Press the O key. “P“ is shown on the display.
:
0043P123456
b
fN
F
No answer or line busy
Replace the handset in the base station or charging unit.
The call is disconnected.
or
a
Disconnect call (“on-hook“).
You can use the redial function to repeat this
call.
Redial
Repeating the last number dialed
You can call up a list with numbers for redial by pressing
the O key. You will be presented with a list of the last
numbers you called.
O
c
Select the desired call number.
Press the off-hook key. The number is dialed.
Redialling one of the last five numbers selected
Your Gigaset 2010 memorises the last five numbers
dialled. You can dial these five numbers without having
to re-enter them or you can correct them with the Qkey.
O
Keep pressing the key until the required number appears
on the display of the mobile unit.
Q
Press the Q key to correct the number if necessary.
c
The number is dialled. Ringing tone is then heard.
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External outgoing calls
Dialing speed dial numbers
You can dial a call number by pressing the digit key used
to store the number (➔ page 38).
c
Qo
Press off-hook key. You will hear the dial tone.
Press speed dial key and enter speed dial number (0 to 9)
of the desired number.
or
Q
Press the speed dial key until the desired memory position and call number appear, e.g.:
:
and
o
4 123456
fN
b
F
Enter displayed digit (e.g. 4) to transmit the call number.
Dialing with speed dial numbers and number check
Qo
Press the speed dial key and enter the speed dial code
(0 to 9) for the required number.
Q
If nessesary, press speed dial key to delete last digit.
Q
If you are not sure of the speed dial code for the required
number: keep pressing the speed dial key until both numbers appear on the display.
or
and
c
The number is dialed.
or
a
If the number has been selected incorrectly, press this
key. The selection is cancelled. Repeat the process.
If you press a digit key on which no speed
dial number is stored, you hear error tone.
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External outgoing calls
Device control using dual-tone multifrequency signaling (DTMF)
If your telepone is connected to a line with dial pulsing
(DP), you can switch to dual-tone multifrequency signaling
(DTMF) once the connection has been set up.
B*
Precondition: an external connection exists.
Select and confirm.
When you have switched to DTMF, you can
switch between the two signaling methods during the connection using the R signal key.
When the line is disconnected, the telephone
will automatically return to the original signaling
method.
Any digits or symbols that you enter after switching signaling methods are not stored in the
memory for redialing.
Dialing a DSS number from a locked handset
If the handset has been locked for external calls
(➔ page 46) and a DSS number is stored (➔ page 46),
it is possible to dial this direct number despite the lock.
o
Press any key on the handset. The direct number is
dialed.
It is not possible to dial a DSS number from a
locked handset,
●
if “unrestricted trunk access or outward restricted trunk access“ is set (➔ page 45), or
●
if the base station is locked
(➔ page 41).
Ending a call
Replace the handset in the loading unit. The line is disconnected.
or
a
Disconnect (on-hook key).
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Collective ringing and internal calls
Collective ringing and internal calls
Making collective calls to all handsets from the base station
It can be useful to make a collective call from the base station, for example, to locate mislaid handsets. It is not possible to make internal calls during a collective call from the
base station.
It is also possible to make collective calls from
the base station if you only have one handset.
?
Press the paging key on the base station. All accessible
handsets will be called for approximately 30 seconds.
End call prematurelyn
?
or
Press the paging key on the base station.
a
Disconnect the line by pressing the on-hook key on the
handset.
Making collective calls from one handset to all other handsets
If your phone has several handsets, it is possible to make
a collective call from each handset to all of the other accessible handsets. The first internal party who accepts
the call is connected to you. You can also use this function
to locate missing handsets.
I*
Press keys. You will hear the internal ring tone. All accessible handsets and ancillary devices will be called.
Making internal calls
If your telephone has more than one handset (➔ page 51),
you can call the other handsets free of charge.
Io
Press the internal key. Enter the number of the handset
you wish to call (1 to 6). You will hear the internal ring
tone. The handset you dialed is being called.
Checking your own internal number
I
28
Press the internal key.
The internal call number
of the handset from
which you are calling is
shown on the display.
fN
b
1
G
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Collective ringing and internal calls
Allowing internal parties to listen in on a call
It is possible to enable an internal party to listen in on a
call with an external party from his/her handset.
Precondition: An external connection must be already
set up.
c
Io
BR
An external connection is already set up.
Press the internal key. Dial the internal party (1... 6). An external call is under way. The internal party answers. Hold
your conversation.
The external call is resumed and the internal party can
listen in.
Disconnect internal party again
BR
The internal party is disconnected and hears the busy
tone.
or
a
The internal party hangs up by pressing the on-hook key.
Ending an internal call
Replace the handset in the base station or charging unit.
The line is disconnected.
or
a
Disconnect line (“on-hook“).
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Internal consultation calls and transferring calls
Internal consultation calls and transferring calls
During a external call it is possible to:
●
hold a consultation call with an internal party,
●
transfer the external call to the internal party.
Consultation calls and call transfer are only
possible if
●
more than one handset is in
operation(➔ page 51).
Consultation calls
When more than one handsets are in operation
If more than one handset is in operation (➔ page 51), you
can make a consultation call to an internal party during a
call with an external party. The external party cannot hear
your conversation with the internal party and will hear music while on hold.
Io
Press the internal key. Enter the number of the handset
which you wish to call (1 to 6). You will hear the internal
ring tone. The handset is being called. The external call is
under way.
End consultation/continue external call
R
End the internal consultation call. You are now reconnected to the external party.
When a telephone system is in operation
You can make a consultation call to a party in your telephone system during an external call. Please check the
operating instructions for the telephone system.
End consultation/continue external call
R
o
R
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Set up a consultation call. You will hear the dial tone.
The external call is under way.
Enter the desired extension number. The relevant party is
called.
End the internal consultation call. You will be reconnected with the external party.
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Internal consultation calls and transferring calls
Transferring calls
When more than one handsets are in operation
It is possible to transfer an external call to an internal party
when more than one handset is in operation (➔ page 51).
Io
Press the internal key. Enter the number of the handset
to which you want to transfer the call (1 to 6). You will
hear the internal ring tone. The handset is being called.
The external call is under way.
either
Wait until the internal party answers and inform him/her
about the external call you are about to transfer.
a
Transfer the external call by pressing the on-hook key.
a
Do not wait until the internal party answers and transfer
the external call directly by pressing the on-hook key.
or
Instead of pressing a, you can also replace
your handset in the charging unit.
If you have transferred the external call directly
and the internal party does not accept the call
within 30 seconds, an automatic recall is carried
out.
If you have transferred the external call directly
and the internal party is busy, an automatic recall is carried out immediately.
If you accept the recall, you will be reconnected
to the external party. A recall is accepted in the
same way as all other calls (➔ page 22).
When a telephone system is in operation
If a telephone system is in operation, you can transfer an
external call to another internal party. Please check the operating instructions for the telephone system.
R
o
Setup a consultation call. You will hear the dial tone. The
external call is held.
Enter the desired extension number. The party in question is called.
Wait until the party answers and inform him/her about the
external call you are about to transfer.
a
Transfer the external call by pressing the on-hook key.
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Base station settings
Base station settings
You can program your Gigaset 2010 to suit your own individual requirements. The settings are made from a registered handset.
Switching the base station ringer off and setting the ringer volume
It is possible to define whether the ringers should be signaled on the base station or only on the handset. You can
set the ringer volume for the ringer on the base station.
There are seven volume levels available:
Level 0
=
Level 1 ... Level 6 =
Switch off base station ringer.
Calls will only be signaled on the
handset.
Ringer volume low ... loud
The factory default is level 6 (loud).
It is also possible to set the ringer volume on the
handset (➔ page 34).
B#
*5
Start setting procedure. The ringer setting is sounded.
The set volume is indicated on the display:
:
oB
32
n5 6
P fN
b
(Example: ringer volume 6
is set)
Press the digit for the desired volume (1 to 6) or 0 to
switch the ringer off and store setting.
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Base station settings
Setting the base station ringer tone
It is possible to define the tone used to signal calls at the
base station. You can choose from a range of six tones.
The factory default is level 1.
To set the ringer tone, the base station ringer
must be switched on.
It is easier to distinguish between calls signaled
at the base station and the handset if different
ringer tones are set for each. The ringer tone can
also be set for the handset
(➔ page 34).
B#
*6
Start setting procedure. The selected ringer tone is
sounded. The set tone level is indicated on the display:
:
n
6 1
P fN
oB
b
(Example: tone level 1 is
set)
Enter the applicable digit for the required ringer tone
(1 to 6) and save.
Switching music-on-hold on/off
If you are connected to an external user and are holding
an internal consultation or have activated the muting function, the external party will hear music during this time.
The music is switched ON in the factory setting.
B#
1
o
O
41
1B
Start the setting procedure.
Enter the four-digit system code (factory default “0000“)
(➔ page 19).
Start the setting procedure. The current setting
is displayed:
41 1 = switched on, 41 0 = switched off.
Switch on music-on-hold (factory setting).
or
0B
Switch off music-on-hold.
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Individual settings on the Gigaset 2000S mobile unit
Individual settings on the Gigaset 2000S mobile unit
You can configure your mobile unit individually. All settings
are made directly at the mobile unit. If a number of mobile units
are in operation, the mobile unit must be logged on at the base
stationn (➔ page 49).
Setting the ringer volume
You can set the ringer volume in the handset on 6 levels.
These range from level 1 = low to level 6 = high (factory
default).
You can also set the volume of the base
station ringer (➔ page 32).
B5
Start setting procedure. The selected ringer volume is
sounded. The set ringer level is indicated on the display:
:
5 6
P fN
oB
(Example: ringer level 6 is
set)
Enter the applicable digit for the required ringer volume
(1 to 6) and save.
Setting the ringer tone
You can set the ringer tone on your handset to one of 6
levels. The factory default is level 1.
If several handsets are being operated in one
room, it is easier to distinguish their ringers if
they are set to different tones.
You can also adjust the base station ringer tone
(➔ page 33).
B6
Start setting procedure. The selected ringer tone is
sounded. The set tone level is indicated on the display:
:
6 1
P fN
oB
34
(Example: tone level 1is
set)
Enter the applicable digit for the required ringer tone
(1 to 6) and save.
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Individual settings on the Gigaset 2000S mobile unit
Setting the handset volume
The handset has three volume settings:
Level 1 ... Level 3 =
handset volume normal ... loud
The factory default is level 1 (normal).
This setting can also be adjusted during a call.
B0
Start setting procedure. The following appears on your
display:
:
0 1
P fN
oB
(Example: handset volume
is set to 1)
Insert the desired volume and save.
The following appears on your display:
Volume 2
Volume 3
P fN
c
P fN
cc
Activating/deactivating notification and warning tones
Activating/deactivating the key confirmation tone
If the tone is active, each keystroke is confirmed acoustically. You can switch the key confirmation beep on (factory
default) or off.
B3
1
1B
Start setting procedure. The current setting is displayed:
31 1 = activated, 31 0 = deactivated.
Activate the key confirmation tone.
or
0B
Deactivate the key confirmation tone.
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Individual settings on the Gigaset 2000S mobile unit
Activating/deactivating the negative confirmation tone
B3
4
1B
If the negative confirmation tone is activated, each incorrect entry is confirmed acoustically. You can switch the
negative confirmation tone on (factory default) or off.
Start setting procedure. The current setting is displayed:
34 1 = activated, 34 0 = deactivated.
Activate the negative confirmation tone.
or
0B
Deactivate the negative confirmation tone.
Activating/deactivating the positive confirmation tone
The positive confirmation tone is sounded when procedures are completed correctly. You can switch the positive
confirmation tone on (factory default) or off.
B3
7
1B
Start setting procedure. The current setting is displayed:
37 1 = activated, 37 0 = deactivated.
Activate the positive confirmation tone.
or
0B
Deactivate the positive confirmation tone.
Activating/deactivating the battery warning signal
If the battery warning signal is activated, a beep is sounded when the batteries need charging. You can switch the
battery warning signal on (factory default) or off.
B3
2
1B
Start setting procedure. The current setting is displayed:
32 1 = activated, 32 0 = deactivated.
Activate the battery warning signal.
or
0B
Deactivate the battery warning signal.
Activating/deactivating the range warning signal
If the range warning signal is activated, the unit signals
when you are about to go out of range. You can switch the
range warning signal on (factory default) or off.
B3
3
1B
Start setting procedure. The current setting is displayed::
33 1 = activated, 33 0 = deactivated.
Activate the range warning signal.
or
0B
36
Deactivate the range warning signal.
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Individual settings on the Gigaset 2000S mobile unit
Activating/deactivating the synchronization tone
If the synchronization tone is active, the unit signals when
you come back within range of a base station. You can
switch the synchronization tone on (factory default) or off.
B3
5
1B
Start setting procedure. The current setting is displayed:
35 1 = activated, 35 0 = deactivated.
Activate the synchronization tone.
or
0B
Deactivate the synchronization tone.
Activating/deactivating automatic call acceptance
If automatic call acceptance is activated, calls are accepted when the mobile unit is removed from the charging
unit or base station. You can switch automatic call acceptance on (factory default) or off.
B3
8
1B
Start setting procedure. The current setting is displayed:
38 1 = activated, 38 0 = deactivated.
Activate automatic call acceptance.
or
0B
Deactivate automatic call acceptance.
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Individual settings on the Gigaset 2000S mobile unit
Speed dial numbers
You can store speed dialling numbers for frequently required external numbers. These speed dialling codes can
then be used for calling outside numbers (➔ page 26).
You can store 10 call numbers as speed dial
numbers.
Each speed dial number can consist of up to 22
digits and can include numbers as well as the
pound, star and signal keys, and manual “dial
pause”.If you enter longer call numbers, only the
first 22 digits will be stored.
You can also handle speed dial numbers during
a call.
Checking or store speed dial numbers
BQ
o
You can call up the memory configuration of the speed
dial numbers on the display. You can assign external telephone numbers to the speed dial numbers shown.
Start setting procedure.
Select a speed dial number: Press a digit from 0 to 9. The
selected speed dial number is displayed on the screen of
the handset, followed by the memory contents.
:
:
3 z
P fN
0 123456
P fN
B
or
o
Q
B
38
(Example: speed dial no. 3
is unassigned)
(Example: speed dial no. 0
is assigned to 123456)
Acknowledge the display.
Enter new call number. Any old call number will be overwritten.
With this key you can correct or delete the entered call
number.
Press to store the call number.
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Individual settings on the Gigaset 2000S mobile unit
Notebook function
You can store a directory number as a speed dial number
during a call.
BQ
o
o
B
Initiate procedure.
Select speed dial number: enter digits from 0 to 9. The
speed dial number and the current memory assignment
will appear in the handset display:
Enter external directory number.
Press to store the number as a speed dial number.
alternatively
BQ
o
O
B
You can store each of the five stored redial numbers as
speed dial numbers.
Initiate procedure.
Select speed dial number: enter digits from 0 to 9. The
speed dial number and the current memory assignment
will appear in the handset display.
Select one of the last five redial number using the redial
key.
Press to store the selected redial number as a speed dial
number.
Clearing all speed dial numbers
B8
2
o
B
Start setting procedure.
Enter handset PIN (factory default “0000”) (➔ page 20).
Delete all speed dial numbers.
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Activating/deactivating the call duration display
Activating/deactivating the call duration display
In the case of external calls (➔ page 24), the call duration
display is started approximately 12 seconds after the last
digit is dialed. The display remains visible for about four
seconds after the call is finished. The call duration display
can be switched on and off.
The factory default for the call duration display is
“on”.
B#
1
Start setting procedure.
O9
6
The current setting is shown on the handset display:
96 1 = on, 96 0 = off.
o
Enter the four-digit system code (factory default “0000“).
1B
Switch on the call duration display.
0B
Switch off the call duration display.
or
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The Gigaset 2010 lock functions
The Gigaset 2010 lock functions
Activating/deactivating the Gigaset 2010 lock for outgoing calls
It is possible to lock the Gigaset 2010 for outgoing calls.
If emergency numbers are stored, they can be dialed even
if the lock is active.
It is possible to receive calls while the lock function is on.
The factory default for this function is deactivated.
You can also lock individual handsets for outgoing external calls (➔ page 46).
B#
24
o
Start the setting procedure.
Enter the four-digit system code (factory default “0000“).
1B
Switch on the lock.
0B
Switch off the lock.
or
Emergency calls when the Gigaset 2010 is locked
Emergency calls can be dialed
●
even if the Gigaset 2010 is locked for outgoing calls
(➔ page 41), or
●
if the handset is only set for “outward-restricted trunk
access” (➔ page 45).
You can program four emergency call numbers.
Emergency call numbers can have up to 16 digits.
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The Gigaset 2010 lock functions
Displaying and storing emergency numbers
B#
25
oO
Start the setting procedure.
Enter the four-digit system code (factory default “0000“)
(➔ page 19). The first emergency number stored in the
memory is shown on the display:
:
:
1 z
P fN
b
1 110
P fN
b
(Example: no emergency
number stored)
(Example: emergency
number 110 stored)
O
Display the next emergency number.
B
Quit the display.
or
or
o
O
Enter the emergency number to be stored in the displayed memory slot (1 to 4). If a number is already stored
there, the new number will overwrite the old one.
Display the next number. The emergency numbers you
have entered are programed for storage.
or
B
End procedure. Store all entries.
Deleting all emergency numbers
B#
27
o
B
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Start the setting procedure.
Enter the four-digit system code (factory default “0000“).
Delete all emergency numbers.
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The Gigaset 2010 lock functions
Barred numbers for handsets
By storing barred numbers for each registered handset,
you can prevent certain external call numbers or types of
number from being dialed if the call number lock is activated (➔ page 44). Thus, for example, you can bar all call
numbers starting with 00 (international calls), and special
rate numbers, e.g. numbers starting with 0900.
You can store up to three barred numbers for each handset. Barred numbers can have up to eight digits.
Displaying or storing barred numbers
B#
85
o
Start the setting procedure.
Enter the four-digit system code (factory default “0000“)
(➔ page 19). The registered handsets or their internal call
numbers are shown on the display:
:
1 2 3
P fN
o
O
b
Enter the internal call number of the desired handset
(1 to 6).
Select the first barred number for the selected handset.
The barred number is shown on the display:
:
:
O
(Example: handsets 1, 2,
and 3 are registered)
1 z
P fN
b
1 00
P fN
b
(1st example: no barred
number stored)
(2nd example: barred
number 00 stored)
Display the next barred number.
or
o
Enter a barred number for the displayed memory slot (1
to 3). If a barred number is already stored, the new
number overwrites the old one.
O
Display the next barred number. The barred number you
entered is stored.
or
B
End procedure.
The barred numbers only take effect if the call
number lock is switched on.
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The Gigaset 2010 lock functions
Deleting all barred numbers
B#
87
o
Start the setting procedure.
Enter the four-digit system code (factory default “0000“)
(➔ page 19). The registered handsets, i.e. their internal
call numbers, which have a barred number stored are
shown on the display:
:
1
4 5
P fN
o
B
b
(Example: barred numbers
are stored for handsets 1, 4,
and 5)
Enter the internal call number of the desired handset
(1 to 6).
Delete all barred numbers for the selected handset.
The delete function must be repeated for each
handset.
Activating/deactivating the call number lock
You can activate and deactivate the call number lock separately for each registered handset. Other handsets are
not affected by the lock.
Calls can still be accepted on the handset even if the call
number lock is switched on.
The factory default setting is off.
B#
84
o
Start the setting procedure.
Enter the four-digit system code (factory default “0000“)
(➔ page 19). The registered handsets, i.e. their internal
call numbers, are shown on the display:
:
1 2 3
P fN
o
1B
b
(Example: handsets 1, 2,
and 3 are registered)
Enter the internal call number of the desired handset (1
to 6).
Switch on the call number lock for the selected handset.
or
0B
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Switch off the call number lock for the selected handset.
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The Gigaset 2010 lock functions
Setting trunk access for the handsets
You can define for each registered handset whether external calls can be made from it or not. A distinction is made
between:
B#
1
o
O*
1
o
●
Unrestricted trunk access (factory default) – external calls allowed, and
●
Outward restricted trunk access (authorization for
incoming calls) – external calls cannot be made but incoming calls can be accepted.
Start the setting procedure.
Enter the four-digit system code (factory default “0000“)
(➔ page 19).
Prepare to select the desired handset.
Enter the handset internal call number (1 to 6). The current status of the selected handset is shown on the display:
:
n12 1
P fN
(Example: handset 2 =1 =
unrestricted trunk access)
1B
Set “Unrestricted trunk access“
.
0B
“Outward restricted trunk access“.
or
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Lock functions on the handset
Lock functions on the handset
Activating/deactivating the handset lock
You can lock your handset for outgoing external calls to
protect it against unauthorized use.
If a DSS number is stored on the handset, it can still be
dialed if the lock function is on. A preprogramed emergency number (➔ page 41) can also be dialed when the handset is locked.
A DSS number must be stored before activating the handset lock.
It is possible to accept calls on a locked handset.
B8
1
Start procedure for switching on the lock.
B8
0
Start procedure for switching off the lock.
or
o
B
Enter the handset PIN (factory default “0000 “).
(➔ page 20).
Switch the handset lock on or off. If the handset is
locked, you will see a key on the display.
You can lock the Gigaset 2010 for outgoing external calls (➔ page 41).
DSS number for handset lock
You can store one DSS number which can be dialed when
the handset is locked. The DSS number can be a number
where you can be reached in your absence.
The DSS number must not be the same as a
barred number (➔ page 41).
The DSS number cannot be dialed from a locked
handset,
46
●
if “outward-restricted trunk access” is set
(➔ page 45), or
●
if the Gigaset 2010 lock is activated
(➔ page 45).
●
If the Gigaset 2010 lock is activated, it is only
possible to dial emergency numbers.
Exception: DSS number = emergency
number.
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Lock functions on the handset
Display or store a DSS number
B8
8
o
Start setting procedure.
Enter the handset PIN (factory default “0000 “).
(➔ page 20). The current setting is shown on the
handset display.
:
:
z
P
fN
123456
P
fN
B
Quitt display.
O
Define a new DSS number.
(Example: no DSS number
is stored)
(Example: DSS number
123456 is stored)
or
o
Q
B
Enter an external call number. The entered number will
be stored as DSS number. If a DSS number is already
stored, the new number overwrites the old one.
With this key you can correct or delete the entered
number.
Store the external call number.
Deleting a DSS number
B8
8
o
OB
Start setting procedure.
Enter the handset PIN (factory default “0000 “).
(➔ page 20). The current setting is shown on the display.
Delete the DSS number. If the handset is locked, no DSS
number can be selected.
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Lock functions on the handset
Handset display with active lock
Display with locked handset
The handset lock is
switched on and there
is no DSS number
(➔ page 46) stored.
The handset lock is
switched on and a DSS
number is stored.
1234422
f N
1234422
fN
H
F
H
b
F
H
012345
fN
b
F
H
N
b
F
H
b
Display with system lock
The seizure of the line with
or without prior entry of a
call number results in the
opposite display.
f
N
___
Display with call number lock
Any attempt to dial a
barred number is rejected
with an error tone and
shown on the display.
Display with outward-restricted trunk access or internal access
In the case of outward-restricted trunk access
(➔ page 45), an error tone
is output and shown on the
display if the line is seized.
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Registering/de-registering more than one handsets at the base station
Registering/de-registering more than one handsets at the
base station
You can operate up to six handsets from the Gigaset 2000
family at a Gigaset 2010 base station.
You can only register handsets from the Gigaset
family. It is not possible to register other Gigaset handsets.
The handset supplied with your telephone is already registered at the base station with the internal call number
1 and base number 1.
Each additional handset that you purchase must be registered at the base station. We recommend that when you
are registering other handsets at the base station, to keep
the base number 1 for this base station.
Registering a Gigaset 2000S handset at a base station
If you want to operate your handset at more
than one base station (up to six) (➔ page 51),
you must repeat the following procedure at
each base station.
The handset must be turned off (➔ page 15)
Prepare the base station
?
1 or 2,3,4
h
Press the base station paging key until you hear the logon
tone (after approximately ten seconds).
Register the handset
The handset is off. Press number of base station.
Press also this key. The handset is on.
Examples: Registering
●
Registering at a base station
Press 1 and h.
Station number
1
f
●
N
Registering at a 2nd base station
Press 2 and h.
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Registering/de-registering more than one handsets at the base station
o
#
Enter four-digit base code (➔ page 19) (factory default:
“0000“) und then press #. The remaining available internal numbers are shown on the display:
:
2 3 4 5 6
fN b
2...6
(Example: 2,3,4 ,5 and 6
are available)
Enter one of the available internal numbers. The handset
is now registered.
De-registering a handset from a base station
B#
72
o
oB
50
Start setting procedure.
Enter the four-digit base code (factory default:”0000“)
(➔ page 19). All registered handsets are shown on the
display.
Enter the internal call number of the desired handset (1
to 6) and confirm by pressingB.
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Operating more than one handset
Operating more than one handset
Ring priority for incoming calls
It is possible to set how incoming calls should be signaled
when operating several handsets. A distinction is made
between:
●
Collective call (factory default) – incoming calls are
signaled to all registered handsets.
You can exclude individual handsets from the collective call and reintegrate previously excluded handsets.
●
Ring priority – an incoming external call is first signaled to a prioritized handset. If this party does not accept the call, the system automatically switches to
“collective call” after an adjustable number of rings.
Switching between collective ringing and ring priority
B#
O*
1
o
23
Start the setting procedure.
Enter the four-digit base code (factory default:”0000“)
(➔ page 19).
The current setting is shown on the display
:
n23 1
P fN
b
1B
Set collective ringing.
2B
Set ring priority.
(Example:1 = collective
ringing is set)
or
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Operating more than one handset
Excluding or reintegrating a handset from/into collective ringing
B#
O*
1
o
21
Start the setting procedure.
Enter the four-digit base code (factory default:”0000“)
(➔ page 19).
The current setting is shown on the display. handsets
which are in collective ringing mode are indicated by their
internal call numbers and excluded handsets are indicated by a space:
:
:
oB
n21
P f
n21
P f
N
1234
(Example 1: handsets1,
2,3,4 are in coll. ringing)
N
12 4
(Example 2: handset 3 is
not in collective ringing)
b
b
Enter the internal call number of the desired handset
(1 to 6) and confirm with B. If the handset is already in
collective ringing mode it is excluded. If it was previously
excluded it is reintegrated into the collective ringing.
Selecting a handset for ring priority
B#
O*
1
o
22
Start the setting procedure.
Enter the four-digit base code (factory default:”0000“)
(➔ page 19).
The current setting is shown on the display:
:
n22 1
P fN
oB
b
(Example: handset 1 has
ring priority)
Enter the internal call number of the desired handset (1
to 6) and confirm with B.
Setting the number of rings for ring priority
B#
1
Start the setting procedure.
O*
6
The current setting is shown on the display:
o
Enter the four-digit base code (factory default:”0000“)
(➔ page 19).
:
n6 3
P fN
oB
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b
(Example: 3 rings are set)
Enter the desired number of rings (two to nine) and confirm with B.
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Operation at more than one base station
Operation at more than one base station
You can register and operate your handset at up to
6 Gigaset base stations.
A Gigaset handset can only be registered at
Gigaset base stations.
This offers the following advantages:
●
You can operate the same handset at base stations in
different geographical locations (e.g. in the office and at
home).
●
You can extend the range or the area in which you can
call with the same handset in large areas by placing
the base stations in suitable locations.
Please note the following when operating at
more than one base station:
●
Ongoing calls are interrupted or cleared
down when you move from one base station radio range to another.
●
Internal calls can only be made within the radio range of a base station, i.e. not to handsets that are in another base station radio
range.
●
If you are out of range of a base station for
several minutes, and your handset is
switched on, then when you reenter the
range it may take up to 20 minutes to "find"
the base station again. In such cases,
switch the mobile unit off for a brief time and
then on again (➔ page 15). The handset and
base station will "find" each other within a
few seconds.
Procedure for operating at more than one base station
We recommend following the procedure below:
1.
Register your handset at the required base stations
(➔ page 49) and assign the required base station
numbers (1 to 6).
2. Register your handset at all base stations with the
same internal call number, provided this is not yet
assigned.
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Operation at more than one base station
Activating/deactivating base station number display on handset
You can program your handset to display the base
station with which the unit has radio contact.
B3
6
1B
Start the setting procedure. The current setting is
displayed:
36 1 = activated, 36 0 = deactivated.
Activate the base station number display.
or
0B
Deactivate the base station number display (factory
setting).
When the display is activated, the number of the base
station is displayed continuously:
:
-1fN
(Example: handset is linked
to base station number 1)
Selecting the best station
Normally, radio contact is automatically reestablished if
you move your handset from one base station radio area
to another. If problems occur, you can select the best station. This is the station to which your handset can set up
the best radio connection.
Setting the preferred station
We recommend that you define a preferred base station
if the handset is located in an overlap area between two
or more base station radio areas. This means you no longer need to change stations frequently.
There are two ways of setting the preferred station:
●
you can specify a base station at which the handset
should operate permanently ("fixed"). This prevents
automatic change to other base stations,
or
you specify a station at which the handset should "preferably" operate.
In this case, the handset searches for the preferred station. A connection is only set up to another station (the
best station) if the preferred station is not found (within 30
s).
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Operation at more than one base station
With Gigaset 2000S handset
Bü
Start the setting procedure. The numbers of the base stations at which the handset is registered are displayed.
:
0 1 2
P fN
oB
(Example: base station
1 and2 are displayed)
Enter the number of the preferred base station and
confirm with B.
Automatic search for a base station if the preferred base station cannot be
reached
After selecting a preferred base station, a combined search for base stations can be conducted as follows:
– for 30 seconds, the mobile unit searches for the set
base station
– if this base station cannot be found, the mobile unit
then searches for the base station with the best radio
reception conditions
– after switching on again or when out of range, the mobile unit again begins to search for the set base station.
With Gigaset 2000S handset
Bü
Start the setting procedure. The numbers of the base stations at which the handset is registered are displayed.
0 1 2
Pf N
ooB
(Example: base stations
1 and2 are displayed)
Enter twice the base station number to be sought for first
and confirm with B.
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Operation at more than one base station
Reset the factory default
You can reset the handset to the factory default:
With Gigaset 2000S handset
Bü0
Start the setting procedure. The numbers of the base stations at which the handset is registered are displayed.
:
0 1 2
P fN
B
(Example: base stations
1 and2 are displayed)
Select best base station.
The best base station is displayed:
:
- 2 P fN
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(Example: base stations
with number2 are selected)
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Quick reference guide handset Gigaset 2000S
Quick reference guide handset Gigaset 2000S
Switch handset to
ON/OFF/PROTECTED:
Accepting a call:
External call:
h
Call rings: remove the handset from the charging unit or
press the off-hook key c (it is possible to set the automatic call acceptance function).
Press c, then dial o the call number.
Or: o dial call number, then press c .
Internal call:
Press I. Then press 1...6 dial internal call number.
Transferring an external call
to an internal party:
Press I. Then press 1...6 dial internal call number.
Press a before or after internal party answers.
Accepting an external call
internally:
Call rings: remove the handset from the charging unit or
press the off-hook key c (it is possible to set automatic
call acceptance function). Internal call. Press R to accept external call on hold.
Internal consultation:
Press I. Then press 1...6 dial internal call number.
Consult internal party. Press R to return to external call.
Redial function:
Storing a speed dial number:
Press O until the desired call number is displayed.
Then press the off-hook keyc.
Press BQ. Then select speed dial number with
keys 0...9 .
o
Dialing with a speed dial number:
Setting handset volume:
Setting ringer volume:
Setting ringer tone:
Enter call number and store with B.
Press cQ. Then select speed dial number with
keys 0...9 .
Press B 0 . Then select handset volume with
keys 1...3 and store with B.
Press B 5 . Then select ringer volume with
keys 1...6 and store with B.
Press B 6 . Then select ringer tone with
keys 1...6 and store with B.
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Index
B
Barred numbers
deleting ................................................... 44
details ..................................................... 43
displaying ................................................ 43
storing ..................................................... 43
Base station
automatic search .................................... 55
collective call .......................................... 28
connecting ................................................ 2
de-registering a handset ......................... 50
installation site .......................................... 5
installation surface .................................... 5
more than one, details ............................ 53
resetting to factory defaults ................... 20
ring pitch ................................................. 33
ringer volume .......................................... 32
rings ........................................................ 32
settings ................................................... 32
station number ....................................... 54
Base station ring pitch .................................. 33
Basic settings
signaling method .................................... 17
Batteries
charging .................................................... 3
inserting in the handset ............................ 3
Battery charging time ...................................... 7
Battery pack
warning signal ......................................... 36
C
Call acceptance
automatically activating/deactivating ...... 37
Call duration display
activating/deactivating ............................ 40
Call number checking .................................... 24
Call number lock, activating/deactivating ...... 44
Calls
accepting (lifting the handset) ................ 22
connecting .............................................. 31
ending ..................................................... 29
ending (replacing the handset) .........23, 27
external ................................................... 22
incoming ................................................. 22
internal .................................................... 22
outgoing .................................................. 24
transferring ............................................. 31
Charging time .................................................. 7
Checking your internal number ..................... 28
Collective call ................................................ 51
from a handset ....................................... 28
from the base station ............................. 28
Confirmation tones
key confirmation tone ............................. 35
58
negative confirmation tone ......................36
positive confirmation tone .......................36
Connecting ....................................................31
Consultation call ............................................30
Contents of the package .................................1
D
DECT ...............................................................9
Deleting
barred numbers .......................................44
emergency number .................................42
excharge code .........................................19
Deleting excharge code .................................19
De-registering a handset ...............................50
De-registering the handset ............................50
Device control ................................................27
Dial pause, manual ........................................25
Dial pulsing (DP) ....................................... 4, 16
Dialing
DSS number ............................................27
en-block dialing ........................................24
Speed dial numbers ................................26
with call number checking .......................24
Disposal .........................................................10
DSS number
details ......................................................46
dialing ......................................................27
storing .....................................................47
DTMF
(dual-tone multifrequency signaling) ......... 4, 27
Dual-tone multifrequency signaling
(DTMF) ................................................4, 16, 27
E
Emergency numbers
deleting ...................................................42
details ......................................................41
displaying ................................................42
saving ......................................................42
En-block dialing ..............................................24
Exchange codes ............................................18
External and internal calls ..............................22
F
Factory defaults ................................20, 21, 56
Fault clearance ...............................................11
G
GAP .................................................................9
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H
Handset
Activating/deactivating
base station number ............................... 54
collective call ....................................28, 51
de-registering at the base station ........... 50
listening in .............................................. 29
lock ......................................................... 46
locking .................................................... 46
Mute function ......................................... 23
operating modes ..................................... 14
PIN .......................................................... 20
quick reference guide ............................. 57
resetting to factory defaults ................... 21
ring priority .............................................. 51
saving a DSS number ............................. 47
searching for ........................................... 28
switching off ........................................... 15
Switching off microphone ...................... 23
switching on ........................................... 15
switching to protected mode ................. 14
Handset 2000S
registering at a base station ................... 49
Handset displays with active lock ................. 48
Handset operating modes ............................. 14
Handset volume, setting ............................... 35
I
Incoming calls ............................................... 22
Internal access .............................................. 48
K
Key confirmation tone ................................... 35
L
Lifting the handset ........................................ 22
Line busy ....................................................... 25
Listening-in function ...................................... 29
Lock
barred numbers ...................................... 43
base station ............................................ 41
emergency numbers .............................. 41
trunk access ........................................... 45
Lock functions .........................................41, 46
Locking the handset ...................................... 46
Locking, displays ........................................... 48
M
Maintenance notes ..........................................8
Malfunctions, procedure ................................11
Manually inserting a pause ............................25
Microphone
switching off ...........................................23
Mounting the carrying clip onto the handset ...8
Music-on-hold ................................................33
Mute function ................................................23
N
Notebook .......................................................39
Notes
for users who wear hearing aids ...............6
rechargeable batteries ...............................6
Number check ...............................................26
O
Operating in a telephone system ..................17
Operating modes ...........................................14
Operation
Notes .........................................................5
Operation at more than one base station ......53
Outgoing calls, external .................................24
Outward-restricted trunk access ............ 45, 48
P
Paging ..............................................................0
Pause length according exchange code ........19
Personal identification number ......................19
Phone plug .......................................................2
PIN
changing ..................................................19
changing for handset ...............................20
Power cord ......................................................2
Power supply unit ............................................2
Protected mode .............................................14
Q
Quick reference guide ...................................57
R
Range warning signal .....................................36
Rechargeable batteries
important notes .........................................6
Redial .............................................................25
Registering
at a base station ......................................49
preparing the base station .......................49
Replacing the handset ............................ 22, 27
Reset the factory default ...............................56
Ring priority ...................................................51
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Ring priority for incoming calls ...................... 51
Ringer
tone handset Gigaset 2000S .................. 34
volume handset Gigaset 2000S .............. 34
Ringer volume
base station ............................................ 32
Rings
base station ............................................ 32
number of rings for collective ringing ..... 52
S
Safety precautions .......................................... 3
Searching for handset ................................... 28
Selecting best station ................................... 54
Setting
handset volume ...................................... 35
Settings
base station ............................................ 32
dial pulsing (DP) ........................................ 4
dual-tone multifrequency signaling
(DTMF) ..................................................... 4
PIN .......................................................... 19
system code ........................................... 19
Signal tones .................................................. 13
Signaling method
at a telephone system ............................ 17
checking ................................................... 4
details ..................................................... 16
setting .................................................4, 16
Signals
battery warning signal ............................ 36
range warning signal ............................... 36
Speed dial numbers ...................................... 38
clearing ................................................... 39
dialing ..................................................... 26
Standby time ................................................... 9
Startup
in 6 steps .................................................. 1
Station
selecting, best ........................................ 54
setting, preferred .................................... 54
station selection ..................................... 54
Subscriber
calling external ........................................ 24
internal calling ......................................... 28
no answer ............................................... 25
Synchronization tone ..................................... 37
System code
changing ................................................. 19
60
T
Technical data ..................................................9
Telephone socket, connecting .........................8
Telephone system
operating .................................................17
Third party use ...............................................10
Tones
synchronization tone ...............................37
Transferring, calls ..........................................31
Trunk access ..................................................45
U
Unrestricted trunk access ..............................45
W
Warranty ........................................................10
KAP21.FM5
14.8.98
Gigaset 2010, UEB/engl.: A30852-X1100-E301-3-7619
Issued by the
Private Communication Systems Division
Hofmannstrasse 51, D-81359 München
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Technical modification reserved.
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Order no. A30852-X1100-E301-3-7619
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09/98
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