Aastra DT4X3
Cordless Phones for MX-ONE™
USER GUIDE
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User Manual
Cordless Phones for MX-ONE™
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Contents
Introduction ............................................................................................................................. 2
1.1 Prerequisite .................................................................................................................. 2
2 Important user information............................................................................................... 2
2.1 Safety Instructions ....................................................................................................... 2
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EX Safety Instructions ................................................................................................ 5
2.3 Regulatory Compliance Statements............................................................................. 7
2.4 Regulatory Compliance Statements (EU/EFTA only) ................................................. 7
2.5 Regulatory Compliance Statements (Russia only) ...................................................... 8
2.6 How to Use This Document......................................................................................... 8
2.6.1 System Administrator.......................................................................................... 8
2.6.2 End User.............................................................................................................. 8
2.7 Abbreviations and Glossary......................................................................................... 9
2.8 Functions and Accessories........................................................................................... 9
3 Descriptions....................................................................................................................... 11
3.1 DT4x3 DECT Telephone ........................................................................................... 11
3.1.1 Hot Keys............................................................................................................ 13
3.1.2 Alphanumeric Keys........................................................................................... 14
3.1.3 Icons and Text in the Display............................................................................ 14
3.2 Accessories ................................................................................................................ 18
3.2.1 Desktop Chargers .............................................................................................. 18
3.2.2 Charging Rack................................................................................................... 19
3.2.3 Battery Pack Charger ........................................................................................ 19
3.2.4 Clips .................................................................................................................. 19
3.2.5 Security Cord .................................................................................................... 19
3.2.6 Leather Casing .................................................................................................. 19
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Basic Operation ............................................................................................................... 20
4.1 Switch the Handset On/Off........................................................................................ 20
4.2 Turn the Audible Signal On/Off ................................................................................ 21
4.3 Lock/Unlock the Keypad ........................................................................................... 21
4.3.1 Lock/Unlock the Keypad in Idle Mode............................................................. 21
4.3.2 Lock/Unlock the Keypad during a Call ............................................................ 21
4.4 Lock/Unlock the Handset .......................................................................................... 21
5 Menu Tree ......................................................................................................................... 23
5.1 Calls .......................................................................................................................... 23
5.2 Contacts ................................................................................................................... 24
5.3 Profiles ...................................................................................................................... 24
5.4 Messaging ................................................................................................................. 25
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5.5 My Favourites ........................................................................................................... 25
5.6 Short cuts .................................................................................................................. 26
5.7 Connections .............................................................................................................. 26
5.8 Settings ...................................................................................................................... 27
5.9 In Call Menu .............................................................................................................. 28
5.9.1 Additional In Call Functions ............................................................................. 28
5.10 Customizing the Menu Tree..................................................................................... 29
6 Calling................................................................................................................................ 30
6.1 Incoming Call ............................................................................................................ 30
6.1.1 Answer a Call .................................................................................................... 30
6.1.2 End a Call .......................................................................................................... 30
6.2 Outgoing Call............................................................................................................. 30
6.2.1 Pre-Dial ............................................................................................................. 30
6.2.2 Post-Dial with Headset Button.......................................................................... 30
6.2.3 Dial Using a Pre-programmed Navigation Key, Hot Key, Soft key, or Headset
Button.................................................................................................................. 31
6.2.4 Dial a Number from the Call list....................................................................... 31
6.2.5 Dial Last Called Number with Headset Button................................................. 31
6.2.6 Dial the Sender of a Message............................................................................ 31
6.2.7 Dial a Number from the Local Phonebook ....................................................... 31
6.2.8 Dial a Number from the Company Phonebook................................................. 31
6.2.9 Dial a Name from the Central Phonebook ........................................................ 32
6.2.10 Number Presentation Restriction .................................................................... 32
6.2.11 Last External Number Re-dial......................................................................... 32
6.3 During a Call.............................................................................................................. 32
6.3.1 Adjust the Volume during a Call ....................................................................... 33
6.3.2 Open Contacts during the Call .......................................................................... 33
6.3.3 Turn the Microphone on/off during a Call ........................................................ 33
6.3.4 Audio Transfer .................................................................................................. 34
6.3.5 Start a New Call during Conversation............................................................... 34
6.3.6 CallBack ............................................................................................................ 34
6.3.7 Ordering Callback for an external number........................................................ 34
6.3.8 Switch between Calls ........................................................................................ 35
6.3.9 End a Call .......................................................................................................... 35
6.3.10 Transfer a Call ................................................................................................. 35
6.3.11 Transfer to New Call ....................................................................................... 35
6.3.12 Conference Call............................................................................................... 36
6.3.13 Call Waiting..................................................................................................... 36
6.3.14 DTMF.............................................................................................................. 36
6.4 DECT InfoThis submenu is only visible if the Admin menu is activated. See handset’s
Configuration Manual. Loudspeaking Function....................................................... 36
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7 Alarm Operation .............................................................................................................. 37
7.1 Push-Button Alarm .................................................................................................... 37
7.1.1 Test Alarm ......................................................................................................... 37
7.1.2 Personal Alarm.................................................................................................. 37
7.2 Man-Down and No-Movement Alarm ...................................................................... 37
7.3 Alarm with Location Information.............................................................................. 38
7.4 Alarm with Location Information.............................................................................. 38
7.4.1 Alarm with Data ................................................................................................ 38
7.5 Acoustic Location Signal........................................................................................... 38
7.6 Automatic Call after Alarm ....................................................................................... 39
8 Menu Operation................................................................................................................ 40
8.1 Calls ........................................................................................................................... 40
8.1.1 Call List ............................................................................................................. 40
8.1.2 Missed Calls ...................................................................................................... 42
8.1.3 Call Time........................................................................................................... 42
8.1.4 Push to Talk Group Call .................................................................................... 42
8.1.5 Accept an Invitation .......................................................................................... 43
8.1.6 Decline a PTT Invitation ................................................................................... 43
8.1.7 Call a PTT Group .............................................................................................. 44
8.1.8 Re-join a Group................................................................................................. 44
8.2 Optional Call handling Services ................................................................................ 44
8.2.1 Absence Handling ............................................................................................. 44
8.2.2 Order Absence for Another extension............................................................... 45
8.2.3 Divert Internal /External calls ........................................................................... 45
8.2.4 Internal/External Follow-me ............................................................................. 46
8.2.5 Free Seating....................................................................................................... 47
8.2.6 Personal Number ............................................................................................... 47
8.2.7 Account Code.................................................................................................... 47
8.2.8 Parallel Ringing................................................................................................. 48
8.2.9 Intrusion on a busy extension............................................................................ 48
8.2.10 Bypass ............................................................................................................. 48
8.2.11 Authorization Codes........................................................................................ 48
8.2.12 DISA ............................................................................................................... 50
8.2.13 Group Features ................................................................................................ 51
8.3 Contacts ..................................................................................................................... 51
8.3.1 Call Contact....................................................................................................... 52
8.3.2 Add Contact ...................................................................................................... 52
8.3.3 Edit Contact....................................................................................................... 53
8.3.4 Delete Contact ................................................................................................... 53
8.3.5 Central Phonebook ............................................................................................ 53
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8.4 Profiles ....................................................................................................................... 54
8.5 Messaging .................................................................................................................. 55
8.5.1 Inbox ................................................................................................................. 55
8.5.2 Write New Messages......................................................................................... 57
8.5.3 Unsent Messages............................................................................................... 58
8.5.4 Sent Messages ................................................................................................... 58
8.6 My Favourites ............................................................................................................ 59
8.6.1 Add Favourites .................................................................................................. 59
8.6.2 Edit Favourites .................................................................................................. 59
8.6.3 Delete Services.................................................................................................. 59
8.7 Short Cuts .................................................................................................................. 60
8.7.1 Define Soft Keys ............................................................................................... 60
8.7.2 Define Hot Keys................................................................................................ 60
8.7.3 Define Navigation Key ..................................................................................... 60
8.8 Settings....................................................................................................................... 61
8.8.1 Sound and Alert Settings................................................................................... 61
8.8.2 Lock Settings..................................................................................................... 63
8.8.3 Display Settings ................................................................................................ 64
8.8.4 Time & Date Settings ........................................................................................ 65
8.8.5 Answering ......................................................................................................... 66
8.8.6 Change Text size for Messages ......................................................................... 66
8.8.7 Change the Menu Language.............................................................................. 67
8.8.8 Change Owner ID ............................................................................................. 67
8.8.9 Alarm Settings................................................................................................... 67
8.9 Connections ............................................................................................................... 68
8.9.1 Bluetooth ........................................................................................................... 68
8.9.2 Headset .............................................................................................................. 69
8.9.3 System ............................................................................................................... 69
8.9.4 In Charger Action when in Call ........................................................................ 71
8.9.5 In Charger Action when not in Call .................................................................. 71
9 Advanced Functions ......................................................................................................... 73
9.1 Admin Menu .............................................................................................................. 73
9.2 Clear Lists in Charger ................................................................................................ 73
10 Enhanced Messaging ...................................................................................................... 74
10.1 Voice Mail................................................................................................................ 74
10.1.1 Receive a Voice Mail....................................................................................... 74
10.1.2 Check the Voice Mail inbox ............................................................................ 74
10.1.3 One Key Voice Mail Access............................................................................ 74
10.2 Mobile Data ............................................................................................................. 74
10.2.1 Send Mobile Data............................................................................................ 74
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10.2.2 Send Mobile Data with a Prefix ...................................................................... 74
11 Operation Notice ............................................................................................................. 75
11.1 Accessibility and Voice Quality ............................................................................... 75
12 System Handling ............................................................................................................. 76
12.1 Software Upgrade and Additional Features............................................................. 76
13 Maintenance .................................................................................................................... 77
13.1 Maintenance of Batteries ......................................................................................... 77
13.1.1 Battery Warnings............................................................................................. 77
13.1.2 Charge the Battery........................................................................................... 77
13.1.3 Charge Spare Batteries .................................................................................... 77
13.1.4 Replace the Battery ......................................................................................... 77
13.2 Easy Replacement of Handset ................................................................................. 78
13.2.1 Before Starting Easy Replacement Procedure ................................................ 78
13.2.2 Easy Replacement Procedure .......................................................................... 78
13.3 Attach the Hinge-type Clip ...................................................................................... 81
13.4 Attach the Swivel-type Clip..................................................................................... 81
13.5 Attach Cover for No Clip......................................................................................... 82
14 Troubleshooting .............................................................................................................. 83
Appendix A: Bluetooth Headset......................................................................................... 85
Appendix B: Telephony Function Codes ........................................................................... 90
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Introduction
This document describes features and settings available for DT4x3 telephones. The telephone is
a feature-rich telephone with color display, telephony, messaging, and Bluetooth. It is a highly
robust telephone to be used in rough demanding environment, for example the industry and
hospital environment.
It is suitable for users dependent of being reachable and/or having a need for mobile voice and
messaging features, which makes it ideal for applications where the user needs either one way
messaging or to be able to interact with other users. The display enhances and simplifies the use
of the handset.
There are three versions of the telephone:
• DT413 Cordless Telephone - with messaging functions,
• DT423 Cordless Telephone - with additional alarm functions for personal security,
• DT433 Cordless Telephone - EX classified version of DT423.
Read the Important User Information before using the telephone.
Depending on the version and configuration of the exchange that your telephone is connected
to, it can be that some of the functions and features described in this user guide are not available.
There can also be some differences in the way your telephone is programmed. Please consult
your system administrator if your need further information Some markets use different codes
for some fetaures. In this user guide the features are described using the most common codes.
For software download and parameter set up, read the Installation and Operation Manual for
WinPDM/CPDM3 and the handset’s Configuration Manual or contact the system
administrator.The latest version of the user guide can be downloaded from http://
www.aastra.com
1.1
Prerequisite
Before using the handset, the system administrator must register it in the system, see 8.9.3
System on page 69.
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Important user information
2.1
Safety Instructions
Read this chapter before using the 4x3 handset.
For safe and efficient operation of the handset, observe the guidelines given in this manual and
all necessary safety precautions when using the handset. Follow the operating instructions and
adhere to all warnings and safety precautions located on the product, the Quick Reference Guide
and this User Manual.
This product shall only be used with the following batteries:
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P/N: 660273 Battery
P/N: 660274 Battery EX
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Environmental Requirements DECT Handset
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Always keep and handle your products with care and keep them in a clean and dust-free place. Proper
use and care will prolong the product life. Use a soft absorbent tissue or cloth to remove dust, dirt or
moisture.
Always ensure that the phone, battery and charger are used and operated in the environment for which
they are designed.
Only use the handset in temperatures between -10° C to +55° C (14° F to 131° F).
IMPORTANT: The EX classified handsets are only allowed to be used in temperatures between -10°
C to +40° C (14° F to 104° F) in hazardous area.
Avoid exposing the handset for direct sunlight or close to other heat sources.
Avoid volume levels that may be harmful to your hearing. Exposure to excessive sound pressure from
a handset's earpiece or headset may cause permanently hearing loss.
Do not expose the handset to open flame or lit tobacco products..
Keep the handset away from excessive heat and moisture.
Avoid sudden temperature changes to prevent condensation in the handset. It is recommended to put
the handset into an air tight plastic bag until the temperature is adjusted, for example, when entering or
leaving a cold/heated building on a warm/cold day.
Protect your handset from aggressive liquids and vapours.
The handset may retain small metal objects around the mouthcap or earcap region.
Keep the handset away from strong electromagnetic fields.
Do not place a cold handset in a charger.
Do not attempt to disassemble or alter any part of the phone, the charger(s) or the battery-pack
Disassembly or alteration may result n electrical shock or irreversible damage to the equipment. Only a
qualified service personnel or an authorized Aastra partner should conduct internal inspections,
alterations and repairs.
Do not drop, throw or bend your products. This may cause malfunction or electric shock.
Do not paint your product
Do not use your product in an area where a potentially explosive atmosphere exists, unless the product
has been specifically designed and officially approved for such environments.
Power Supply
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Connect the AC power adapter of the charging unit only to the designated power sources as marked on
the charger.
Make sure the cord is positioned so that it will not be subjected to damage or stress.
To reduce risk of electrical shock, unplug the chargers from any power source before attempting to
clean or move it.
The AC power adapters must not be used outdoors or in damp areas.
Never modify the cord or plug. If the plug will not fit into the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a
qualified electrician.
Limit the distance between the mains socket and the cordless phone when charging for easy
accessibility.
As an energy saving measure, disconnect the charger from the main socket after charging.
When unplugging the mains adapter from the power outlet, make sure that your hands are dry and
ensure that you hold the solid portion of the mains adapter
Do not pull on cables.
Battery and charging
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Do not immerse the battery into water. This could short-circuit and damage the battery.
Do not expose a battery to an open flame. This could cause the battery to explode.
Do not allow the metal contacts on the battery to touch another metal object. This could short-circuit
and damage the battery.
Do not leave a battery where it could be subjected to extremely high temperatures, such as inside a car
on a hot day.
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Use the Desktop Charger or the wall mounted Charging Rack for charging. Charge the battery for at
least one hour the first time you use the battery. Note that the wall mounted battery pack charger has to
be used if the battery alone is to be charged.
IMPORTANT: When charging the EX classified handset, it is only permitted to use a charger marked
withDC3-BxxB, DC4-BxxB, or CR3-BxxC on the label. It is not permitted to charge the EX battery
pack alone.
Do not charge a battery when the ambient room temperature is above 40° C or below 5° C (above
104° F or below 41° F). Charging beyond these conditions may impair the battery performance and
shorten the life cycle.
Batteries are consumable products and degenerate over time. To maintain performance and security it
is recommended to replace batteries every 2-3 years depending on usage.
Do not attempt to take a battery apart.
Do not disconnect the battery unless it needs to be replaced.
Do power the handset off before removing the battery.
Use of power sources not explicitly recommended may lead to overheating, reduced battery
performance, distortion of the equipment and fire or other damages.
Cordless phones are equipped with Li-Ion batteries. In a complex infrastructure, the talk and standby
time may differ, due to the consequence of the increase in signaling.
The battery in your product is designed to withstand many charge cycles.
Improper charging can cause heat damage or even high pressure rupture.
Observe proper charging polarity.
Do not solder lead wires directly onto the battery.
Do not allow water to come into contact with the battery
Never heat or dispose of the battery into a fire, which, or else, may cause leakage, burst or fire.
Remove the carrying case from the product while in charger.
Do not cover the product while being charged.Do not charge the phone in a closed cabinet or drawer.
The charging of the battery is a chemical process and causes the battery to become warm during
charging. Make sure the environment in which the phone is charged, is well vented.
The cordless phone can be charged either when switched on or off.
Do not connect the battery's positive and negative leads altogether in any circumstances.
Do not strike or drop the battery. It may cause damage to the battery.
Do not use battery packs from different types or of different capacities.
The battery is to be stored in a dry cool place, with the ambient temperature of 0°C to +20°C (32F to
68F) for best performance. Even when stored under optimal conditions the battery capacity will
decrease over time.
The battery continues to discharge a minimal portion of its power, even if the product is switched off
or the battery is removed.
Battery Disposal
Defective batteries must be returned to a collection point for chemical waste disposal.
Warnings
Smoke or fumes
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Stop operating the products and turn off immediately in case of smoke and fumes. Unplug the mains
adapter and remove the batteries from the phone immediately. Continued operation may result in fire
or electrical shock.
LCD
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If liquid crystal display breaks, avoid injury by not allowing the liquid crystal to come into contact
with eyes, skin or mouth. Prevent the liquid crystal from leaking out of broken glass.
Preventing malfunction
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Never place the equipment in close proximity of electric motors, welding equipment or other devices
generating strong (electro) magneticfields. Exposure to strong (electro) magneticfields may cause
malfunction and corrupt the communication.
Moving the equipment rapidly between warm and cold temperatures may cause condensation (water
droplets) to form on its internal and external surfaces. Water droplets may cause malfunction of the
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equipment and corrupt or end communication or damage the equipment. When condensation is
noticed, stop using the equipment. Switch off the phone, remove the battery and unplug the mains
adapter from the power outlet. Wait until the moisture evaporates from the equipment before putting it
in operation again.
Avoid accidental drop of the phone. Use the clip, security clip or carrying case specified for carrying
purposes of the phone. Avoid squeezing the phone between furniture and your body when carrying the
phone in your pocket or attached to clothing.
EX Safety Instructions
Intrinsically safe use:
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SIRA 10ATEX2072 IECEx SIR 10.0038
II 2G, II 2D Ex ib IIC T4 Gb Ex ib IIIC T55°C Db IP65
Tamb= -10° C to +40° C
НАНИО ЦСВЭ POCC SE.ГБ05.B03353
Ex ib IIC T4 Gb X
Ex ib IIIC T55°C Db X
-10° C ≤ Ta ≤ +40 °C
2011 2368858 I.S. for Class I, Zone 1,
AEx ib IIC T4
Tamb= -10° C to +40° C
Non-incendive use:
2011 2368858 IP 64 T4 Non-Incendive for
Class I, Div 2, Groups A, B, C, D
Tamb= -10° C to +40° C
SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF USE
The symbol X placed after the explosion-proof marking
handset the following special conditions shall be met:
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The handsets may only be used with a lithium-ion battery having electric characteristics as
shown in the User Manual.
Do not charge or disconnect the battery in the hazard area.
Use the charging device specified in the User Manual.
Charging the EX Battery
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When using in hazardous/classified areas, use an approved battery pack only. The battery pack
must be marked with art. no.: 660274 on the label.
Charging parameters: Um = 5.25 V, Im = 1.15 A
For approved battery types, see certificate IECEx SIR 10.0038 or Sira 10ATEX2072 and
following supplements.
IMPORTANT: Battery charging or replacement is NOT permitted in a hazardous area. When
charging the EX classified handset, it is only permitted to use a charger marked with
DC3-BxxB, DC4-BxxB or CR3-BxxC on the label. It is not permitted to charge the EX battery
pack alone.
Fastening/Removal of the EX Battery
Before using the handset the first time, lift the battery pack upwards and remove the protection
tape. Insert the battery pack and fasten it using the provided screws that require the provided
special tool Battery pack opener.
To remove the battery pack, use the opener and untighten the screws. Remove the battery pack
by lifting it upwards. To fasten the battery pack use the opener and tighten the screws.
IMPORTANT: Removing the battery pack is NOT permitted in a hazardous area.
Headset in Hazardous Area
In hazardous areas, it is only allowed to use the EX classified headset adapter (art. no.: 660281)
in combination with an EX classified Peltor headset. The Peltor headset must be compatible
with the output parameters of the headset connector as follows:
Uo = 4.2 V
Io = 169 mA
Po = 629 mW
Co = 2.2 µF
Lo = 2.2 µH
Attention
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is not intended to be immersed in dust or water.
Note: Sira has tested the enclosure to IP64.
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In combination with EX classified handset, use approved battery types only. The battery
must have the safety text engraved in the plastic and must have the article number 660274.
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Make sure that the product marking corresponds to the site requirements.
Before installation consult the product documentation.
National safety rules and regulations have to be observed.
Do not use accessories to the product without ensuring that they are suitable for use in a
hazardous area.
Modification of the product is not permitted.
Product repair has to be done at authorised repair shops only.
Regulatory Compliance Statements
Frequency Range
The handset is a radio transmitter and receiver. When it is on, it receives and sends out radio
frequency (RF) energy. The handset operates on different frequency ranges depending on
market and employs commonly used modulation techniques:
EU
1880-1900 MHz
USA
1920-1930 MHz
LA:
1910-1930 MHz
BR:
1910-1920 MHz
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1900-1920 MHz
Chemical Resistance
The alpha and numeric characters printed on the exterior of the handset have been tested and
found resistant to chipping, fading or wearing off when the handset is treated with common
cleaners and disinfectants or perspiration. The following chemicals have shown no harmful
effect:
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M-alcohol (85% Methylated Ethanol)
60% Chlorhexidin 0.5mg/ml
Acetone can be damaging to the plastic casing of the handset and should not be used.
Bluetooth Qualified Design ID
Bluetooth QD ID: B016451
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Regulatory Compliance Statements (EU/EFTA only)
This equipment is intended to be used in the whole EU & EFTA.
This equipment is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions
of R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC. The Declaration of Conformity may be consulted at:
http://www.aastra.com/sdoc
The handset is marked with the label
this handset.
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2.5
Regulatory Compliance Statements (Russia only)
Telecom/Radio
Corresponds to "Rules for the use of terminal equipment connected to the two-wire analogue
interface of the general purpose telephone communication network", supplemented by Russian
Ministry of Infocommunications regulation of 29.08.2005 in No. 102 (registered by Russian
Ministry of Justice 02.09.2005, registration no. 6982).
Sanatory
MSanPin 001-96 "Sanitary norms of permissible levels for physical factors during use of
domestic articles"; GN (Hygienic Norms) 2.1.6.1338-03 "Maximum Allowable Concentrations
(MACs) of Pollutants in the Air of Residential Settings", SanPin 2.1.8/2.2.4/ 1190-03 "Hygiene
requirements on the installation and implementation of terrestrial mobile radio communication
systems".Modifications
Changes or modifications to the equipment not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
2.6
How to Use This Document
2.6.1
System Administrator
Configuration of some functions require WinPDM/CPDM which is administrated by the system
administrator. The following chapters refer to the handset’s Configuration Manual for more
information on how to configure these functions.
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4.3 Lock/Unlock the Keypad on page 21
5.9.1 Additional In Call Functions on page 28
6.3 During a Call on page 32
7 Alarm Operation on page 37
8.2 Optional Call handling Services on page 44
8.3 Contacts on page 51
9 Advanced Functions on page 73
12 System Handling on page 76
End User
For end-users, it is recommended to read the following chapters to getting started.
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3 SDescriptions on page 13
4 Basic Operation on page 20
Abbreviations and Glossary
ATEX/IECEx
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Standard/guideline for explosion protection in the industry.
IECEx is the same as ATEX for the rest of the world (not EU/
EFTA). In this document, EX refers to ATEX/IECEx.
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Embedded LInux SErver:
A hardware platform used for Unite modules.
IPDI
International Portable DAM Identity
DAM (DECT Authentication Module)
See IPEI for more information.
IPEI
International Portable Equipment Identity
IPEI/IPDI is needed to enable network subscription of the
handset. At delivery of the handset, IPEI and IPDI are the
same and either can be used for network subscription. If one
handset is replaced with another using the Easy replacement
procedure, the IPDI will be exchanged and IPEI and IPDI will
no longer be the same. If the IPEI and the IPDI differ, the
IPDI shall be used for network subscription.
PBX
Private Branch Exchange:
handset system within an enterprise that switches calls
between local lines and allows all users to share a certain
number of external lines.
WinPDM
PDM Windows Version:
An application, running on a PC, for management of portable
devices, charging racks, etc.
.
CPDM3
Centralized Portable Device Manager:
A system version with more features than the PDM. It runs on
a ELISE3 hardware and is manageable from a pc with
network communication.
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Loudspeaking function
x
x
x
Headset connector
x
x
x
Vibrator
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Voice Mail
x
x
x
2 programmable soft keys
x
x
x
9 programmable hot keys
x
x
x
Programmable navigation key
x
x
x
-
x
x
Functions
Local phonebook
Company phonebook
Central phonebook
1
2
Profiles
Personalized menus
1
Microphone On/Off during a Call
SMS (Short Message
Services)2
Acknowledge
2
Push Button
Alarm2
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DT412
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ELISE3
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DT423
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x
x
-
x
-
-
x
-
-
x
-
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Easy replaceable battery
x
x
-
Easy replacement of handset
x
x
x
Clear lists in charger
x
x
x
Site Survey tool
x
x
x
Bluetooth
x
x
x
Functions
Man-down and No-movement alarm2
Send Alarm with
Data2
Send Data with Prefix
2
1
Acoustic Location Signal (ALS)
Location, Base
Station1
2
Centralized Management
1
Push To Talk (PTT)
Downloadable
Languages1
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DT423
DT433
1.This function/feature requires PDM/CPDM3
2.This function/feature is system dependent.
Basic Charger
x
x
x
Advanced Charger
x
x
x
Charging rack
x
x
x
Battery Pack Charger
x
x
-
Spare Battery
x
x
-
Leather Casing, incl. swivel-type clip
x
x
x
Spare Clip
x
x
x
Swivel-type Clip
x
x
x
Cover for no clip
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
-
Peltor Hearing Protection Headset
x
x
-
Headset adapter for Mic on Boom
x
x
-
EX-classified headset adapter for standard and EX-classified
Peltor headset
x
x
x
Accessories
Security cord
Headset with Microphone on Boom
1
1.Requires the headset adapter for Mic on Boom.
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Descriptions
3.1
DT4x3 DECT Telephone
IMPORTANT: The handset may retain small metal objects around the mouth cap or earcap
region.
Case
The plastic cover parts are made of durable PC/ABS material.
Antenna
The antenna is integrated inside the handset.
Loudspeaker
The handset has a separate loudspeaker for the loudspeaking function. It is placed on the back
side of the handset.
Battery
The battery is a rechargeable Li-Ion battery, placed under a battery cover. See 13.1.4 Replace
the Battery on page 77.
The battery is fully charged within four hours. See 13.1.2 Charge the Battery on page 77.
The non-EX classified battery can be charged separately with a battery pack charger. See 13.1.3
Charge Spare Batteries on page 77.
IMPORTANT: When charging the EX classified handset, it is only permitted to use a charger
marked with DC3-BxxB, DC4-BxxB or CR3-BxxC on the label. It is not permitted to charge
the EX battery pack alone.
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1
2
17
16
3
15
14
4
13
5
12
6
11
7
8
9
001
10
1
Push button (DT423/DT433 only)
The button is placed on the top side of the handset. The Push button is
used for sending alarms, see 7.1 Push-Button Alarm on page 37.
2
Earpiece speaker
3
Colour display
The full graphic type display is 128 pixels wide and 160 pixels high. The
display has multiple colours and backlighting.
4
Four-way navigation key
Use this key to step in the menu and when working in text mode. , ,
, and are used for stepping left/right and up/down in the menu. The
navigation key can be programmed, the is by default a short cut to the
Inbox, and is a short cut to Call contact. See also 8.7.3 Define
Navigation Key on page 60. During a call it is possible to increase/
decrease the volume by pressing and .
5
On-hook and On/Off key
Combined button; to end a call, to return to idle mode, and to switch the
handset on/off by long press.
6
Tactile indicators
There are two tactile indicators to indicate the centre of the key pad
7
Sound off key
A long press on the key in idle mode, changes between ring signal on/off,
At incomming call, a long press on the key silencing the ring signal.
8
Space
To add space between text
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9
Multi-purpose connector
The connector is used for battery charging, software download,
configuration and connection of an IP 65 classified headset connector.
10
Microphone
The microphone is placed on the front bottom side of the handset.
11
Key lock and Upper/Lower case key
This key is to lock the keypad in combination with the soft key "Lock".
This key is also for switching between upper/lower case and digits.
12
Voice mail access1
A quick access to the handset’s Voice mail. See also 10.1 Voice Mail on
page 74.
13
Off-hook key
To answer a call, to pre-dial a number, and as a short cut to the Call list.
14
Soft keys
The three Soft keys are located just beneath the display and the function
of each Soft key is indicated by text in the display just above the keys. In
idle mode, the middle and right Soft key can be used for specific
functions defined by the user of the handset. See 8.7.1 Define Soft Keys
on page 60.
15
Mute and PTT button
A long press on the Mute button in idle mode, changes between ring
signal on/off. At incomming call, a long press on the Mute button
silencing the ring signal.
During a call, a long press on the PTT button changes between
microphone on/off.
16
Volume button (down)
To decrease the speaker earpiece, headset, and the loudspeaker volume.
The button is placed on the upper left side of the handset.
17
Volume button (up)
To increase the speaker earpiece, headset, and the loudspeaker volume.
The button is placed on the upper left side of the handset.
18
LED
Indicates incoming call, messaging, low battery, and charging.
1. This is a system dependent feature.
3.1.1
Hot Keys
Any key "0", "2" - "9" can be set to a Hot Key. A long press on any of these numbers in idle
mode are by default a short cut to the Call contact list. The list is in alphabetic order, and
depending on which key that is pressed is dependent on where in the list the contact appears.
A Hot Key can be programmed to give access to frequently used functions such as dialling a
specific number, a short cut on the menu, or sending an SMS. See 8.7.2 Define Hot Keys on
page 60.
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3.1.2
Alphanumeric Keys
Figure 1.
abcàâäæç2
.,?!-‘”1
deféè3
jkl5
mnoñòöø6
ghiî4
pqrsβ7
wxyz9
Space + * 0
#
002
tuvùü8
Figure 1. Available Characters.
In Idle Mode, and Number Input Mode
•
•
•
A short press on a key enter the digits “0” - “9” and the characters * and #.
Enter a pause in number input mode by a long press on
. A pause is indicated by a "P"
in the display.
A long press on
changes the tone sender on. Tone sender on is indicated by a "T" in the
display.
In Text Input Mode
•
A short press on a key 0-9, displays the first available character on that specific key. The
marked character is selected after a timeout, or when another key is pressed.
• To change to upper/lower case, press
before entering the character.
The
can also be used to display only the digits.
• To add space in the text, make a short press on key 0.
• The first character entered in a message, or when adding/editing a name in the Contacts
menu, will be an upper level character followed by lower level characters, unless
is
pressed before entering the character. To switch between "Abc", "ABC", "abc", and "123",
press
.
A long press on
displays special characters.
3.1.3
Icons and Text in the Display
All functions and settings available to the user are shown as icons and text in the display. The
icons and text in the display indicate functions and settings the user has access to. The display
normally displays date and time, the Owner ID and handset number. The Owner ID can
manually be set by the user.
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Figure 2.
11:00
1
01/12/2011
2
System A
3
5
Menu
003
4
123456
Figure 2. Example of a display configuration in idle mode.
•
•
•
•
•
The Status bar (1) is used for icons which give the user information about signal strength,
missed call, new message, phone lock, key lock, sound off, time and battery status. This row
is always visible in all screens.
The Header bar (2) displays the current date, headset connection, Bluetooth connection, and
system connection.
The Active area (3) are used for information such as the name of the system to which the
handset is connected to. A user identity provided from the system and/or an Owner ID can
also be displayed if configured in the Settings menu. This is also the area for dialog window
text. For example "missed calls" or to confirm an action.
The Scroll bar (4) is placed to the right of the "Active area". It becomes visible when a menu
screen has more than six menus, or if the complete text in a message cannot be displayed on
the screen simultaneously.
The Soft key bar (5) is used for Soft keys which can be used as short cuts for functions in the
handset. See 3.1 DT4x3 DECT Telephone on page 11.
Icons
“Signal strength” icon is visible in the upper left corner. The staples
shown in display depends on the signal strength.
“Full battery” icon is displayed in upper right corner.
"Low battery warning” icon is shown when the battery has 10% or less
remaining capacity left.
"Empty battery warning" icon is flashing when the battery has 5% or less
remaining capacity left.
“Sound off” icon is displayed when the Sound off key or Mute button is
pressed.
"Microphone off" icon indicates a silenced microphone. It is displayed
after a long press on the Sound off key or Mute button during a call.
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“Loudspeaking” icon is displayed in the soft key bar during a call.
Pressing this icon will turn on the loudspeaker.
“Loudspeaking off” icon is displayed after the soft key for Loudspeaking
icon has been pressed. Pressing this icon will turn off the loudspeaker.
“New message” icon indicates that a new text message (or messages) has
arrived. The icon remains in the status bar until all new messages in the
inbox are read.
“Voice mail message” icon is displayed in the status bar when there are
voice mails. The icon remains until voice mail has been listened to.
“Voice mail message” icon is displayed in the inbox when there are voice
mails. The icon remains until voice mail has been listened.
“Read message” icon in front of a message shows that this message once
has been read.
"Unsent message" icon
"Sent message" icon
“Key lock” icon indicates a locked keypad.
"Locked entry" icon indicates that the contact can not be edited or deleted
by the user.
"Phone lock" icon indicates a locked handset.
“Bluetooth” icon indicates that Bluetooth is enabled.
“Bluetooth headset” icon indicates that a Bluetooth headset is connected
to the handset.
“Headset” icon indicates that a corded headset is connected to the
handset.
“Outgoing call” icon is added to all outgoing calls in the call list.
“Incoming call” icon is added to all answered calls in the call list.
"Push to talk" icon is added to all incomming, outgoing, missed and
answered PTT calls in the call list/missed calls.
“Missed call” icon is added to all missed calls in the call list and is also
displayed in the status bar.
"PDM/CPDM3 communication" icon is visible when handset is
communicating with PDM/CPDM3 via advanced charger.
"Man-down" icon indicates that the Man-down alarm is enabled.
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"No-movement" icon indicates that the No-movement alarm is enabled.
"Profile active" icon
"Alarm" icon indicates that the handset is a DT423/DT433.
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Menu Icons
The ”Contacts” menu contains all names/numbers in the local
phonebook. In addition, a company phonebook with up to 1000 entries
can be downloaded to the phone via the PDM. It is also possible to
access a central phonebook1 from the "Contact" menu.
The "Services" menu contains menu short cuts used to customize an
own menu.
The “Messaging” menu contains all message handling such as reading
and writing messages.
The “Calls” menu contains call lists, call time, and call services. Call
services is configured in the PDM.
The “Connections” menu contains Bluetooth connection, headset
selection, System selection, and In charger selection.
The “Settings” menu contains personal handset settings such as
changing the ring volume, selecting language, etc.
The”Short cuts" menu contains short cuts for the Soft keys, Hot keys,
and Navigation keys.
The "Profiles" menu contains possibility to add four different profiles.
By default there is no profile
1. This is a system dependent feature.
3.2
Accessories
3.2.1
Desktop Chargers
Advanced
Basic
004
Figure 3.
Figure 3. Desk Chargers for the Handset
There are two desk chargers available; one basic that only charges the handset, and one with
advanced functionality to download new software and to synchronize parameters. The handset
is fully operational while placed in the charger.
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The charger is delivered with a plug-in power supply and is connected into an ordinary wall
socket. For more information, see the advanced charger’s Installation and Operation Manual.
IMPORTANT: When charging the EX classified handset, it is only permitted to use a charger
marked with DC3-BxxB or DC4-BxxB?on the label.
Note: Only use the charger within the temperature range of +5° C – +40° C.
3.2.2
Charging Rack
The Rack PDM Charger is used for charging several handsets, to synchronize parameters, and
for software download.
IMPORTANT: If using the Rack PDM charger for charging EX classified handsets, it is only
permitted to use a rack charger marked with 87L00008AAAon the label.
The built in power supply can charge up to six handsets.
See the Charging Rack’s Installation and Operation Manual.
3.2.3
Battery Pack Charger
The Battery Pack Charger is used for charging up to six spare batteries.
IMPORTANT: It is not permitted to charge EX classified batteries using the battery pack
charger.
See the battery pack charger’s Installation Guide.
3.2.4
Clips
Tip: It is possible to use the handset without any clip on, see 13.5 Attach Cover for No Clip on
page 82. The belt clips cannot be used if the handset shall be placed in a case. See 3.2.6 Leather
Casing on page 19 for more information.
There are two belt clips available:
•
•
3.2.5
Hinge-type clip?
?To prevent the handset from slipping out of for example pocket or belt, see 13.3 Attach the
Hinge-type Clip on page 81.
Swivel-type clip
To be able to rotate without slipping out from for example pocket or belt, see 13.4 Attach the
Swivel-type Clip on page 81.
Security Cord
The security cord is 800 mm long. The security cord is attached directly to the handset.
3.2.6
Leather Casing
The leather casing is especially designed for the handset. The casing comes with a swivel type
belt clip and the handset is fully operational while placed in the casing.
.
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Basic Operation
Tip: For information on how to answering/ending a call, see 6.1 Incoming Call on page 30.
4.1
Switch the Handset On/Off
Switch on the Handset
1
Press and hold
until the handset vibrates and the display lights up.
2
A DT413/DT423/DT433 Switch on? dialog window is displayed. Confirm by pressing
"Yes".
Switch off the Handset
Prerequisite: The handset is in idle mode:
Tip: While in a menu, press
to return to idle mode.
1
Press and hold
2
A Switch off? dialog window is displayed. Confirm by pressing "Yes".
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4.2
Turn the Audible Signal On/Off
Prerequisite: The handset is in idle mode:
Tip: While in a menu, press
to return to idle mode.
A long press on
, or
, changes between ring signal on/off.
The icon
indicates a silenced handset.
4.3
Lock/Unlock the Keypad
4.3.1
Lock/Unlock the Keypad in Idle Mode
To prevent accidentally pressing keys and making a call, the keys can be locked.
Lock Keypad
1
Press
.
2
Press "Lock".
Unlock Keypad
1
Press
2
Press "Yes".
.
Note: It is possible to answer/end a call while the keypad is locked. If the handset is configured
via the WinPDM it is also possible to call a pre-defined emergency number while the keypad is
locked. See handset’s Configuration Manual.
4.3.2
Lock/Unlock the Keypad during a Call
To prevent accidentally pressing keys, the keys can be locked during a call. This can be useful
when a headset is used and the handset is attached to a pocket or belt.
Lock keypad
1
Long press
.
2
Press "Lock".
Unlock keypad
1
Press
2
Press "Yes".
.
Tip: It is possible to use the volume buttons and the mute button during the call. If the DT423/
DT433 is used, it is also possible to use the alarm button.
4.4
Lock/Unlock the Handset
The handset can be protected for unauthorized use. If this function is activated, a PIN code has
to be entered for example to switch on the handset, to answer an incoming call etc. The default
phone lock code (0000) can be changed to any 4 - 8 digit personalized code.
Note: If configured in the handset, it is possible to call a pre-defined emergency number while
the handset is locked. See the handset’s Configuration Manual. If the DT423 or DT433 is used,
it is also possible to use the Alarm button.
1
Press "Menu".
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2
Select
.
3
Select “Locks”.
4
Select "Phone lock"
5
Select “Auto phone lock”.
6
Select “On”, "On in charger", or "Off".
7
Enter PIN code. If the PIN code is forgotten it can be removed by the system
administrator.
8
Press "OK".
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5
Menu Tree
5.1
Calls
• Call list
—> • Call
01:30
03:35
• More
05:26
• Back
20-Oct-09
>
—> • Time of call
• Edit number
• Save number
• Send message
• Delete
• Delete all
>
>
>
>
>
>
—> • Call
7682 05:26
7845 23-Sep-09
• More
• Back
—> Total call time:
03:47:06
Last call:
00:00:07
>
—> • Time of call
• Edit number
• Save number
• Send message
• Delete
• Delete all
>
>
>
>
>
>
—>
7891
7827
7682
7845
• Missed calls —>
• Call time
• Call services —> • Absence*
• PTT Groups*
• Divert calls*
—> • Deactivate
• Lunch
• Meeting
• Trip
• Vacation
• Out
• Absence 1
• Absence 2
• Absence 3
• Absence 4
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
—> • Internal
• External
• No reply
• When busy
>
>
>
>
*) Visible if defined in the PDM
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5.2
Contacts
• Call contact
——>
• Add contact
——>
• Edit contact
——> • Search
• From contact list
• Delete contact
>
• Search
• From contact list
>
——> • Name
• Work number
>
• Mobile number
• Other number
• Ring signal
>
>
>
>
>
>
——> • Name
• Work number
• Mobile number
• Other number
• Ring signal
>
>
>
>
>
• New
• From Call list
——> • Search
• From contact list
>
>
• Central phonebook* ——> • Search by name
• Search by number
• Last result
——>
• Call
• More
• Back
>
——>
>
>
• View contact
>
• Add to contacts
• Send message
>
* System dependent
5.3
Profiles
• Normal (default)
• Meeting (example)
——> • Name
• Volume
>
>
——> • Internal call
• Extrernal call
• Call back
>
• PTT
>
>
>
>
• Vibrating alert
——> • On
• Off
• On if silent
>
>
>
• Key sound
——> • Silent
• Click
• Tone
>
>
>
• Ring signal
• Message alert
• Answering behaviour ——> • Automatic
• Loudspeaker
• Add new
>
>
>
The example profile does not contain all applicable settings.
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5.4
Messaging
• Inbox
——> Message List —> • View —> • Reply ——> • Enter text >
• More ——> • Delete
• Forward
• Call sender
• Call no. in text*
• Save number
• More —>
>
• Delete
• Delete all >
>
>
>
>
>
• Close
• Back
• Write new message
——> • Enter text >
• Unsent
——> Message List —> • Edit
—> • Send ——> • Enter number >
• Clear
• Back
• More —>
>
• Delete
• Delete all >
• Back
• Sent
——> Message List —> • View —> • Forward —> • Enter text >
• More
• Close
• More —>
—> • Delete
• Call no. in text
• Save number
>
>
>
• Delete
• Delete all
• Back
*) Visible if the number consists of minimum 3 digits.
5.5
Services
• Add new
——>
• Enter name
• Back
——> • Phone call
• Send data
• Send message
• My service (example)——>
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5.6
Short cuts
Soft Keys
---> Middle --->
Right --->
Name
>
Function
----------->
Value
>
Control question --> On
Off
Not used
Phone call
---> Enter number
Call list
Contact list
Central phonebook*
Message inbox
Hot Key
---> 0, 2 - 9 --->
Function
------------>
Send message
---> Enter number
Value
>
Navigation Keys
---> Up
Control question ---> On
--->
Change profile
---> Profile A (example)
Down --->
Off
Middle --->
Open a menu
---> Main menu
Right --->
Call absence
Calls
Services
Connections
Multifunction button---> Long press --->
Edit alarm data***
Contacts
Multi press --->
Messaging
Services
*) This is a system dependent feature.
Profiles
**) Visible if defined in PDM or CPDM3.
Settings
***) Only for DT423/DT433
Absence**
Call services
Activate alarm***
5.7
Connections
• Bluetooth
—> • Enable / Disable
• Headset
• Headset
>
—> • Add new
>
—> • Mic on boom
• Mic on cable
• Hearing protection
• System
—>
• Change system
• Subscribe
• Unsubscribe**
• Rename system
• Priority
• In charger
>
>
>
>
>
—> • No action
• Change profile
• Switch off
• Redirect
• Sound off
*) This is a license dependent feature
**) It is not possible to unsubscribe a protected system via the System menu. Unsubscribtion of
the system must be performed via the Admin menu or the DECT system.
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5.8
Settings
• Sound & Alerts —> • Volume
>
—>
• Ring signals
• Message alert >
• Locks
• Vibrator alert
—>
• On
• On if silent
• Off
• Key sound
—>
• Click
• Tone
• Silent
—> • Automatic key lock —> • On
• Off
—> • On
• On in charger
• Off
• Change PIN code >
—> • Auto phone lock
• Phone lock
• Display
• Time & Date
• Answering
• Internal call
• External call
• Callback
• PTT
—>
—>
-–>
• Screen saver —>
• Information
• Black
• Brightness
—>
• Contrast
>
• Time format
—>
• hh:mm (am/pm)
• hh:mm
• Date format
—>
• dd month yy
• month dd yyyy
• yyyy-mm-dd
• mm/dd/yyyy
• dd/mm/yyyy
• dd-mm-yyyy
• dd.mm.yyyy
• Answering key
• Normal
• Power save
—> • Hook-off
• Any key
• Answering behaviour —>
• Automatically
• Loudspeaking
• Messages
-–> • Text Size
• *Language
—> Dansk, Nederlands,
English, etc.
—>
• Normal
• Large
• Owner ID
• Alarm*
-–> • Activate alarm
• Edit alarm data
—> • Man-down
• No-movement
>
*) Only for DT423/DT433
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5.9
In Call Menu
The In Call menu can be accessed during an ongoing call by pressing the soft key "More".
If the handset is configured via WinPDM/CPDM3, it is possible to access a certain function in
the In call menu directly by pressing the right Soft key.
Note: If the handset is configured via WinPDM/CPDM3, it is possible to call a pre-defined
emergency number while the handset is locked or the keypad is locked. If calling the emergency
number from a locked handset, it is only possible to access the Microphone on/off function in
the In Call menu. However, the entire In call menu is accessible when calling the emergency
number from a handset with locked keypad.
Contacts2
>
Microphone on/off
>
Audio
New
transfer1
>
call2
> Call
"Phonebook access"
Cancel
Switch2
End
>
call2
>
Transfer2
>
Transfer to new
call3
> Call
"Phonebook access"
Cancel
Conference2
>
2
Call back
Call
>
waiting2
DTMF
>
2
DECT info4
> Link
System
name1
>
General purpose 3 name1
>
General purpose 1
|
1.Visible if a Bluetooth headset is connected.
2.Visible if enabled/defined in handset via PDM/CPDM3.
3.Only visible when the parameters "New call" and "Transfer" are defined in
handset via PDM/CPDM3.
4.Visible if the Admin menu is activated.
5.9.1
Additional In Call Functions
Besides the default In Call functions, it is possible to define 10 extra system specific codes/
general purposes. See the handset’s Configuration Manual.
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5.10 Customizing the Menu Tree
The menu tree can be customized by hiding some of the functions that are available but for
example not in use. Which functions that should be hidden are defined in the PDM. See the
handset’s Configuration Manual.
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Calling
6.1
Incoming Call
The flashing LED, accompanied by a ring signal and/or a vibrating handset, gives a notice of a
call. Ring signal and vibrator can be disabled, see 8.8.1 Sound and Alert Settings on page 61.
The calling party’s handset number or name is shown. The name will be shown if the calling
party’s handset number is stored in the local phonebook.
6.1.1
Answer a Call
When the signal sounds, press
to answer the call, or press
to answer the call in
loudspeaking mode1. The name/number of the calling party is displayed if calling line
information is available.
Tip: When a headset is connected to the handset, the headset button can be used to answer the
call. In addition, it is possible to configure the headset button with a specific function, such as
post-dial, dial last called number, or dial a predefined number. See the handset’s Configuration
Manual.
Other answering methods can also be set in the Settings menu, see 8.8 Settings on page 61. The
answering methods are; Automatically and Loudspeaking.
When Automatically is enabled, all incoming calls will be connected automatically.
Call Pick-Up
To answer a call to a phone in another room
1
Dial the number and press
2
When you hear a busy tone, Press 8 (France and New Zealand: Press 4 Sweden: Press 6)
6.1.2
End a Call
A press on
ends the call. The duration of the call is shown in the display. The total time of the
call can also be retrieved from the Calls menu > Call time.
6.2
Outgoing Call
6.2.1
Pre-Dial
Enter the number and press
to get the line. The number is shown on the display while
dialling. If needed, press "Clear" to erase the number. By using the navigation key it is possible
to step and add/delete a digit in a number.
It is possible to turn on the tone sender in a pre-dialled number by long pressing
6.2.2
.
Post-Dial with Headset Button
If a headset is used, it is possible to press its button2 to get a ring tone and then enter the number
to be dialled.
1.When Bluetooth is enabled, the loudspeaker audio is lowered due to current limitations in the intrinsically safe handset.
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6.2.3
Dial Using a Pre-programmed Navigation Key, Hot Key, Soft key, or Headset Button
A Navigation key2, Hot key1, Soft key1, or a headset button3 can be programmed with a
number. Press the pre-programmed key/button to dial the number. The call will automatically be
connected.
6.2.4
Dial a Number from the Call list
Tip: It is also possible to dial a number from the Call list by pressing
the list, and then press "Call" or
.
, selecting a number in
1
Open the menu by pressing the "Menu" soft key.
2
Select
3
Select "Call list".
4
Select a number.
5
Press
or the soft key "Call" to dial. The number can be edited before the call is
dialled. Press "More" and select "Edit number". The 25 last received, dialled or missed
calls are stored in a call list. See 5.1 Calls on page 23.
6.2.5
.
Dial Last Called Number with Headset Button
If a headset is used, it is possible to press its button2 to dial the last called number.
6.2.6
Dial the Sender of a Message
It is possible to call the sender of a message stored in the message list.
1
Open the menu by pressing the "Menu" soft key.
2
Select
3
Select "Inbox".
4
Select message in the message list.
5
Press "View".
6
Press "More".
7
Select "Call sender".
6.2.7
.
Dial a Number from the Local Phonebook
1
Open the menu by pressing the "Menu" soft key.
2
Select
3
Select "Call contact".
4
Select contact from list, or search name/number by entering characters and select search.
5
Press "Call" or
6.2.8
.
to make the call.
Dial a Number from the Company Phonebook
1
Open the menu by pressing the "Menu" soft key.
2
Select
.
2.See 8.7 Short Cuts on page 60 fore more information how to configure the key.
3.The headset button must be configured in the WinPDM.
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Select "Call contact".
The local and company phonebook appears in the same list, but the company names are
indicated by a icon
in front of the name. Select contact from list, or search name/
number by entering characters and select search.
4
6.2.9
Press the soft key "Call" or
to make the call.
Dial a Name from the Central Phonebook
1
Open the menu by pressing the "Menu" soft key.
2
Select
3
Select "Central phonebook".
4
Select "Search by name".
5
Enter the first name and/or last name, the whole name does not have to be entered.
Press “Search”.
6
Press "Call", or
to make the call.
7
Press "Call", or
to make the call.
6.2.10
.
Number Presentation Restriction
If you do not want your name and number to be displayed to the person you are calling, Do the
following:
Note: This function can be blocked for use on your extension (programmed by System
administrator).
1
Press *42# and
Wait for the dial tone
2
Dial the number
Instead of the name and number, the display on the called phone shows Anonymous
6.2.11
Last External Number Re-dial
When you make an external call, the system automatically stores the number dialed, regardless
of whether the call was successful or not.
To re-dial the last external number dialed:
1
6.3
Press *** and
(Finland and Sweden **0)
During a Call
Note: Some of these functions are system dependent. The parameters are set up in the Portable
Device Manager WinPDM/CPDM3, see the handset’s Configuration Manual, and Installation
and Operational Manuals for WinPDM and CPDM3.
If the handset is configured via WinPDM/CPDM3, it is possible to call a predefined emergency
number while the handset/keypad is locked. When calling from a locked handset, it is only
possible to access the Microphone on/off function by pressing the soft key "More". However,
the entire In Call menu is accessible when calling from a handset with locked keypad.
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6.3.1
Adjust the Volume during a Call
Press
to increase the volume, and
to decrease the volume. The handset will now store
and keep the new volume level. It is also possible to use the
and
on the navigation key to
adjust the volume.
6.3.2
Open Contacts during the Call
1
Press "More" during the call.
2
Select "Contacts".
3
Select "Call contact" for searching a local or company phonebook contact, or select
"Central phonebook" for searching a central phonebook contact.
4
Select or search contact.
It is possible to call the selected contact by pressing "Call" or
. When calling the contact, the
first call will be put on hold. See also 6.3.5 Start a New Call during Conversation on page 34.
6.3.3
Turn the Microphone on/off during a Call
1
Press "More" during the call.
2
Select "Microphone off".
3
Press "Select".
The icon
indicates a silenced microphone. This means that the other part in an ongoing call
cannot hear you. To turn the microphone back on, do as follows:
1
Press "More" during the call
2
Select "Microphone on".
3
Press "Select".
It also possible to turn the microphone off/on by a long press on
or
.
When long pressing
or pressing
, a short peep is also heard indicating that the
microphone is turned off/on.When pressing
in a PTT group call, no beep is heard.
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6.3.4
Audio Transfer
To transfer audio between the Bluetooth headset and the handset’s earpiece, do as follows:
1
Press "More" during the call.
2
Select "Audio transfer"4.
3
Press "Select".
6.3.5
Start a New Call during Conversation
1
Press "More" during the call.
2
Select "New Call".
3
Press "Select".
4
Enter the number and press
6.3.6
, or "Call".
CallBack
When a call is made to a busy extension, it is possible to automatically call back when the busy
extension is free. If you order call back when there is no answer, you will be called back when
the extension has been used the next time.:
1
Press "More".
2
Select "Callback"
3
Press "Select".
Note: If Callback is not programmed and does not appear when you press "More", you can
press 6 to initiate callback, (France, New Zealand and Sweden, Press 5)
4
Press
and wait until the handset alerts.
5
Press
to answer when you are called back. The system calls the extension.
6.3.7
Ordering Callback for an external number
If all external lines are busy when you have dialed the external number and pressed
following:
1
Press 6 # (France, New Zealand and Sweden, Press 5#)
2
Press
, do the
to finish the procedure.
When an external line becomes free you will be called back. You have to answer within eight
seconds, otherwise the call back is cancelled. While waiting you can make and receive calls as
usual.
3
Press
The system calls the external number.
Cancel a single callback:
1
Press #37* (U.S. and Canada, Press #6*):
2
Dial extension number and Press #
Note: To cancel a single callback on a specific external line, dial the digit or digits to get the line
instead of the extension number
4.Visible if Bluetooth connection is active.
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Press
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
4
Press
.to finish the procedure
Cancel all callbacks:
1
Press #37# (U.S. and Canada, Press #6#)
2
Press
Wait for the call timer to start in the display
3
6.3.8
Press
to finish the procedure.
Switch between Calls
Prerequisite, a new call has been started during conversation, see 6.3.5 Start a New Call during
Conversation on page 34.
1
Press "More" during the call.
2
Select "Switch".
3
Press "Select" to switch to the other call. The first call is on hold.
If needed, repeat the steps above to switch between the calls.
6.3.9
End a Call
Prerequisite, a new call has been started during conversation, see 6.3.5 Start a New Call during
Conversation on page 34.
1
Press "More" during the call.
2
Select "End Call".
3
Press "Select". This will end the current call and the previous call is resumed.
6.3.10
Transfer a Call
Prerequisite, a new call has been started during conversation, see 6.3.5 Start a New Call during
Conversation on page 34.
When a caller has two ongoing calls, he/she can transfer the first call to the second call.
1
Press "More" during the call.
2
Select "Transfer".
3
Press "Select" to transfer the current call to the other call.
6.3.11
Transfer to New Call
An ongoing call can be transfered to a new number. When the new call is established, the caller
that initiated the transfer will be disconnected.
1
Press "More" during the call.
2
Select "Transfer to new call"5.
3
Press "Select".
4
Enter the number to the person the ongoing call will be transfered to.
5
Press
to transfer the call.
5.Only visible when the parameters "New call" and "Transfer" are defined in the PDM.
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6.3.12
Conference Call
Prerequisite, a new call has been started during conversation, see 6.3.5 Start a New Call during
Conversation on page 34.
By initiate a conference call, an conversation can be made between several participants
simultaneously.
1
Press "More" during the call.
2
Select "Conference call".
Press "Select".The person initiating the conference call is the conference leader, and the other
are participant members of the conference call.
Note! If Conference does not appear when you press "More", you can also do the following to
establish a conference: Press R, dial the number to include, and press 3.
6.3.13
Call Waiting
During an ongoing conversation and a short tone for another incoming call appears, do as
follows:
1
Press "More".
2
Select "Call waiting"4.
3
Press "Select". The new call is now connected, and the first call is on hold.
Note: If Call Waiting is not programmed and does not appear when you Press "More", you can
Press 5 to activate. ( France and new Zealand, Press 6; Sweden, Press 4)
6.3.14
DTMF
Some systems/PBXs require that the handset sends Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF) when
pressing the keys. DTMF can be enabled as follows:
1
Press the soft key "More" during the call.
2
Select "DTMF".
3
Press "Select". This will enable the use of DTMF.
Tip: It is also possible configure the handset to send DTMF when pressing
releasing See the handset’s Configuration Manual.
6.4
and pressing/
DECT InfoThis submenu is only visible if the Admin menu is activated. See handset’s
Configuration Manual. Loudspeaking Function
There are several options to activate the loudspeaking function:
•
•
•
When receiving a call, press the left soft key
.
During a call, press the left soft key
.
This function can also be activated by selecting another answering method, that is,
"Automatically" and/or "Loudspeaking". See 8.8.5 Answering on page 66.
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Alarm Operation
The parameters described in this chapter are set in the WinPDM/CPDM3. See the handset’s
Configuration Manual.
Note: The alarm functionality is applicable for DT423/DT433 only.
7.1
Push-Button Alarm
The push-button
can be defined to send an alarm by a long press and by multiple press.
By default, long press is defined for test alarm (see 7.1.1 Test Alarm), and multiple press is
defined for personal alarm (see 7.1.2 Personal Alarm).
7.1.1
Test Alarm
Press and hold the push-button
until a dialog window "Test Alarm" (default) is
displayed. Depending on set parameters;
•
•
•
•
•
•
7.1.2
a beep is heard
the orange LED flashes twice
the vibrator stirs
the handset receives a notification that the alarm has been received by the system. This is a
system dependent feature.
if configured, the ALS (see 7.5 Acoustic Location Signal on page 38) is activated after the
alarm has been sent, or a call is established to a pre-defined number (see 7.6 Automatic Call
after Alarm on page 39)
information about the handset’s location is sent along with the alarm, see 7.3 Alarm with
Location Information on page 38.
Personal Alarm
Press the push-button
twice or more, the dialog window "Personal Alarm" (default) is
displayed. Depending on set parameters;
•
•
•
•
•
•
7.2
a beep is heard
the orange LED flashes twice
the vibrator stirs
the handset receives a notification that the alarm has been received by the system. This is a
system dependent feature.
if configured, the ALS (see 7.5 Acoustic Location Signal on page 38) is activated after the
alarm has been sent, or a call is established to a pre-defined number (see 7.6 Automatic Call
after Alarm on page 39)
information about the handset’s location is sent along with an alarm, see 7.3 Alarm with
Location Information on page 38.
Man-Down and No-Movement Alarm
Man-down alarm: If the handset is tilted 45 degrees6 or more for a preset time (default 7
seconds), the Man-down alarm will be triggered.
No-movement alarm: If no movement is detected during a preset time (default 30 seconds), the
No-movement alarm will be triggered.
6.The accuracy is -/+10 degrees.
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When an alarm is triggered, the following occurs;
•
A Man-down warning. Cancel? or No- movement warning. Cancel? dialog window is
shown in the display, and a warning tone is also signaling during a period (default 7 seconds)
before the alarm is sent.
• To prevent the alarm from being sent and silencing the warning tone, do one of the
following:
- Press any key/button. The alarm will be reset.
- Put the handset in a charger. The alarm will be temporarily disabled indicated by that the
corresponding alarm icon is hidden. The alarm will be enabled when removing it from the
charger.
• If no key/button is pressed during the warning tone, the alarm is sent. Depending on set
parameters, a beep/vibrator/LED signal confirms that the alarm has been sent.
• Information about the handset’s location may be sent along with the alarm, see 7.3 Alarm
with Location Information on page 38.
See also 8.8.9 Alarm Settings on page 67.
7.3
Alarm with Location Information
Information about the handset’s location can be sent along with an alarm. The location can be
added as follows;
•
An approximately location given by the closest Base Station (see the handset’s
Configuration Manual) or,
Note: This function requires CPDM3
7.4
Alarm with Location Information
Information about the handset’s location can be sent along with an alarm. The location can be
added as follows;
•
7.4.1
An approximately location given by the closest Base Station (see the handset’s
Configuration Manual)
Alarm with Data
The data must manually be defined and stored by the user, see Edit Alarm Data on page 62. It is
recommended to add a shortcut for quick access to the "Edit alarm data" menu, see 8.7 Short
Cuts on page 60.
7.5
Acoustic Location Signal
Depending on set parameters, the ramped up ALS is played after an alarm. The signal is always
ramped from the lowest volume to the highest. Press
to turn the ALS off.
Depending on the PDM settings, it is possible to make the user enter a password when turning
the ALS off. The password is the same as the phone lock password.
ALS is configurable for Man-down & No-movement alarm, and Push-button alarm. See the
handset’s Configuration Manual for more information.
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7.6
Automatic Call after Alarm
A handset can be setup to call a pre-defined number after an alarm has been sent. It is also
possible to dial the number without sending an alarm by pressing a push-button that is not
configured with alarm functionality. Depending on the settings, the call can be established in the
following modes;
•
•
Loudspeaking mode7, or
Normal mode
7.When Bluetooth is enabled, the loudspeaker audio is lowered due to current limitations in the intrinsically safe handset.
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Menu Operation
Figure 4.
13:00
Messaging
8
7
1
2
6
3
5
4
Select
Back
Figure 4. The Main Menu
8.1
(1) Messaging
(5) Profiles
(2) Short cuts
(6) Services
(3) Settings
(7) Connections
(4) Contacts
(8) Calls
Calls
8.1.1
Call List
The 25 last received, dialled or missed calls are stored in a call list. If a number occurs more
than once the last time stamp, together with the total number of occurrences, is shown.
Note: If supported by the system, the number’s contact name can be displayed in the call list.
Dial number from Call list
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” soft key.
2
Select
3
Select "Call list".
4
Step with the
5
Press "Call" or
in the menu.
and
to select number in the list.
to dial.
View the Time of a Call
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” soft key.
2
Select
3
Select "Call list".
4
Step with the
5
Press "More".
6
Select "Time of call". The time and date is displayed.
in the menu.
and
to select number in the list.
Tip: The duration of the last call is displayed under Call time, see 8.1.3 Call Time on page 42.
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Edit Number from Call list
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” soft key.
2
Select
3
Select "Call list".
4
Step with the
5
Press "More".
6
Select "Edit number".
in the menu.
and
to select number in the list.
Save Number
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” soft key.
2
Select
3
Select "Call list".
4
Step with the
5
Press "More".
6
Select "Save number".
in the menu.
and
to select number in the list.
Send Message
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” soft key.
2
Select
3
Select "Call list".
4
Step with the
5
Press "More".
6
Select "Send message".
in the menu.
and
to select number in the list.
Delete Entry from the Call list
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” soft key.
2
Select
3
Select "Call list".
4
Step with the
5
Press "More".
6
Select entry to delete.
7
Select "Delete".
8
Select "Yes" to delete the entry from the list.
in the menu.
and
to select number in the list.
Delete all Entries from the Call list
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” soft key.
2
Select
3
Select "Call list".
4
Step with the
5
Press "More".
6
Select "Delete all".
in the menu.
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8.1.2
Missed Calls
The user can view the missed call(s) by pressing "Yes". If the user presses "No", the missed
calls can be viewed as follows:
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” soft key.
2
Select
3
Select "Missed calls".
4
Step with the
5
Press "Call", or
in the menu.
and
to select number in the list.
to call back.
As in Call List there is a soft key "More" which can be used to view the time/date of the call,
edit the received number, add to contacts, and delete received numbers. See 8.1.1 Call List on
page 40 for information about the functionality in soft key "More".
Note: If supported by the system, the number’s contact name can be displayed in the list.
8.1.3
Call Time
The total time of the previous call and last call is displayed.
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” soft key.
2
Select
3
Press "Select".
in the menu.
Select "Call time".
8.1.4
Push to Talk Group Call
The push-to-talk (PTT) function can be described as a group/conference call to a predefined
group of members. If one of the group members wants to get in contact with the others, he/she
simply presses and holds
to open the microphone.
Note: Some legacy systems/PBXs require that the handset sends a pre-defined DTMF tone
when pressing/releasing
. See the handset’s Configuration Manual for more information.
In order to participate in the conference, the group members must first accept an invitation
received as an incomming call. See 8.1.5 Accept an Invitation on page 43.
If a member decline an invitation, he/she can re-join the group/conference later on. See 8.1.8
Re-join a Group on page 44.
A user can also invite a group of members to participate in a conference call by calling a PTT
group, see 8.1.7 Call a PTT Group on page 44.
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8.1.5
Accept an Invitation
Accept Invitation Received as Incoming Call
A PTT invitation received as an incoming call is indicated by the
icon. In the dialog
window, a message containing maximum 24 characters can also be shown. SeeFigure 5
12:34
Accept
Decline
009
PTT Group 1
X-ray
Figure 5. Incoming Invitation Received as a Call.
1
Press “Accept”, or
.
Default the handset will start in inverted mute and loudspeaking mode, but it can be
configured differently in a PTT group.
2
Press and hold
again when
to open the microphone for transmitting. The microphone is muted
is released.
Note: Some legacy systems/PBXs require that the handset sends a pre-defined DTMF
when pressing/releasing
.
If DTMF is activated, it is not possible to mute the microphone by releasing
during
a call. Instead, select More > Microphone off during the call.
Invitation Received as Incoming Call during an Ongoing Call
If a user receives an invitation during an ongoing call, it will be displayed as an ordinary
invitation, see Figure 5. The user can either accept or decline the invitation by pressing
"Accept" or "Decline", respectively.
Note: It is not possible to accept or decline the invitation by pressing
or
, respectively.
If the user presses “Accept”, the ongoing call will be disconnected and the PTT call will be
connected.
Alternatively, the ongoing call can also be disconnected and the PTT call connected if the
following is fulfilled:
•
•
The handset is configured to answer invitations automatically
The user does not respond to the invitation within 10 seconds
If the user declines the invitation, the he/she can re-join the PTT later on, see 8.1.8 Re-join a
Group on page 44.
8.1.6
Decline a PTT Invitation
Decline Invitation Received as Incomming Call
Press “Decline”, or
to reject a PTT invitation. The handset will return to the previously
shown screen. See also 8.1.8 Re-join a Group on page 44.
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8.1.7
Call a PTT Group
Note: PTT group(s) must be defined in the PDM and Messaging Group(s) in CPDM3 to be able
to use this function. See the handset’s Configuration Manual, and Installation and Operation
Manual for CPDM3.
1
Press "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "PTT groups"8.
4
Select PTT group.
5
Press "Call", or
in the menu.
.
TIP: Alternatively, when in idle mode, press
8.1.8
quickly, select PTT group, and press
Re-join a Group
Re-join a Group from Call List
If a PTT invitation was received as a call and the user rejected or missed it, the PTT group can
be dialed from the Call list or Missed calls, respectively. The PTT invitation is indicated by the
icon in the list. See 8.1.1 Call List on page 40, or 8.1.2 Missed Calls on page 42.
8.2
Optional Call handling Services
These functions are system dependent and may not be available in your telephony system.
Besides the default Call services functions, it is possible to define 10 extra system specific call
services - with or without automatic disconnection. The parameters are set up in the WinPDM /
CPDM3. Please contact your system administrator.
8.2.1
Absence Handling
The reason for being absent and the return time can be specified here. If you are authorized, you
can also enter Absence information for another extension from your own extension.
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” soft key.
2
Select
3
Select "Call services".
4
Select "Absence"9.
5
Select the applicable absence reason in the list. The number of absence reasons (for
example “Lunch”, “Meeting”, “Trip” etc.) are configured in the WinPDM(CPDM3.
6
Press "Select.
7
Enter time (HHMM) or date (MMDD) depending on the selected absence reason.
8
Press "OK".
in the menu.
The handset sends an absence reason code to the system by establishing a call. The call will
automatically be disconnected after a few seconds.
Note: The following procedure can also be used: Press*23* enter the Absence code (0-9) Press
*, enter time or date of return (MMDD/HHMM), if requested, Press # and press
and ,
(U.S and Canada, Press *24*).
8.Only available if PTT group(s) is defined in handset via PDM.
9. Only visible if absence reason codes are defined in handset via PDM/CPDM3.
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Deactivate the Absence Setting
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” soft key.
2
Select
3
Select "Call services".
4
Select "Absence"13.
5
Select “Deactivate”.
6
Press "Select".
in the menu.
Note: Following procedure can be used to cancel Absence: Press: #23# and Press
(U.S:#24#)
8.2.2
and
Order Absence for Another extension
If you are authorized, you can also enter Absence information for another extension from your
own extension.
1
Press *230* Dial Extension number and Press *
2
Enter the Absence code (0-9)
3
Press * and enter the date or time for when the other person will return
4
Press # and
Wait for the call timer to start for when the other person will return.
5
Press
to finish the procedure.
The display on the other person’s extension shows the reason, and if entered time or date of
return.
Deactivate Absence for Another extension:
1
Press #230*
2
Dial Extension number and press#
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
Note: If the special dial tone is received. the authorizing code for the other extension is required.
Enter the code and press #.
3
8.2.3
Press
to finish the procedure.
Divert Internal /External calls
All calls to your extension can be diverted to an internal or external extension of your choice.
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” soft key.
2
Select
3
Select "Call services".
4
Select "Divert calls"10
5
Select "Internal" or "External".
6
Select "Activate".
7
Enter number to divert to, or press the soft key
8
Press "OK"
in the menu.
to enter the call contact list.
10.Only visible if diversion reason codes are defined in handset via WinPDM/CPDM3.
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The handset sends a diversion reason code to the system by establishing a call. The call will
automatically be disconnected after a few seconds.
To stop diversion select "Deactivate" and press the soft key "OK".
See also 8.2.4 Internal Follow- me and 8.2.5 External Follow- me.
Cancel Diversion
To stop diversion
1
Select "Deactivate".
2
Select the Confirmation button or "OK"
8.2.4
Internal/External Follow-me
Internal Follow-me:
All calls to your extension are diverted to an extension of your choice (within the private
network). The phone can still be used for outgoing calls.
Order Internal follow-me:
1
Press * 21 * and enter the answering position number. (U.K: *2*)
2
Press # and
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3
Press
to finish the procedure.
Cancel Internal Follow-me:
1
Press #21# (U.K: #2#)
2
Press
Wait for the call timer t start in the display.
3
Press
to finish the procedure.
External Follow-me
If External Follow-me is allowed, calls to your extension can be diverted to an external number
of your choice. The phone can still be used for outgoing calls.
Order External Follow-me:
1
Press *22# (U.S and Canada *23#)
2
Dial digit or digits to get a line and enter the external number.
3
Press # and
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
4
Press
to finish the procedure.
Cancel External Follow-me:
1
Press #22# (U.S and Canada #23#)
2
Press
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Wait for the call timer t start in the display
3
8.2.5
Press
to finish the procedure.
Free Seating
The free seating function is used for persons who have an office extension number but no
telephone set of their own.
Note: Free seating is not supported by IP Dect.
Logging on:
1
Lift the handset and Press *11*
2
Enter authorization code * extension number # and Press
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3
Press
to finish the procedure.
The display shows your phone number.
Logging off:
1
Press #11# and press
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
2
8.2.6
Press
to finish the procedure.
Personal Number
With the personal numbers and profiles feature you can be reached on your normal office phone
number even if you are out of office. A search profile (1-5) can be designed to fit the situation
(in office, travelling, at home, and so on). Both internal and external phone numbers can be used
in a profile. Your search profile is programmed or modified by system administrator.
Activate or change profile from own extension:
1
Press *10*
2
Enter the search profile digit (1-5)
3
Press # and
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
4
Press
to finish the procedure
Cancelling Personal number:
1
Press #10 #
2
Press
Wait for the call timer to start in the display
3
8.2.7
Press
to finish the procedure.
Account Code
The account code function is to charge a call to an account number or to prevent unauthorized
calls from your phone. The account code can have 1 to 15 digits.
1
Press *61* (Finland and Norway, Press *71*)
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Dial the account code and press # and
Wait for the dial tone.
3
8.2.8
Dial digit or digits to get an external line or external number.
Parallel Ringing
This feature makes it possible for an incoming call to ring on several phones simultaneously and
for the call to be answered on any of the phones. The feature requires all the phones involved to
be defined in parallel ringing list, which must be configured and initiated by the system
administrator.
To disable the parallel ringing temporarily:
1
Press *21* (U.K *2*)
2
Dial extension number and press # and press
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3
Press
to finish the procedure.
Restoring the Parallel ringing, do the following:
1
Press #21# (U.K #2#)
2
Press
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3
8.2.9
Press
to finish the procedure.
Intrusion on a busy extension
You can intrude on an ongoing call on a busy extension:
1
Press 4 when you hear a busy tone (France, New Zealand and Sweden: 8)
Before the intrusion is executed, an intrusion tone is sent to the parties in the ongoing call.
8.2.10
Bypass
If this function is allowed from your extension, you can bypass an activated Diversion, Followme or Absence information on a specific extension.
1
Press *60* (U.S and Canada, Press *1*)
2
Dial Extension number and Press # and
Wait for an answer.
8.2.11
Authorization Codes
Authorization codes are used to grant different user groups different levels of access to the
telephony system.
There are two types of authorization codes, common and individual,
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Authorization code, Common
If you are authorized to use an common authorization code (1-7 digits) you can change
temporarily any phone used within the exchange to the authority level connected to this code.
You can use the code for one call only or you can open the phone for some calls and lock it
when leaving the phone.
For a single call:
1
Press *72* (Germany, The Netherlands, and Sweden, Press *75*. U.S, and Canada,
Press *6*)
2
Enter Authorization code and Press #
3
Press
.
Wait for a verification tone.
4
Dial the digit(s) to get an external line.
5
Dial the external number.
To open an extension for some calls:
6
Press #73* (U.S and Canada, Press #71*)Enter Authorization code and press # and
Wait for a verification tone.
7
Press
to finish the procedure.
To lock an extension:
1
Press *73* (U.S and Canada, Press *71*)
2
Enter authorization code and Press # and
.
Wait for a verification tone.
3
Press
to finish the procedure.
Authorization Code, Individual
If you are assigned to an individual Authorization code (1 to 7, assigned to your own extension)
You can lock your own extension to a common authority level, for example when out of the
office. You can also temporarily change any other used phone within the exchange to the same
authority level as you have on your own phone. The individual code can be changed from your
own extension.
To lock your phone:
1
Press *76*
2
Enter authorization code and Press # and
.
Wait for a verification tone.
3
Press
to finish the procedure.
To make calls while phone is locked:
1
Press *75* (Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden, Press *72*)
2
Enter Authorization code and Press # and
.
Wait for verification tone.
3
Dial the digits to get an external line and the external number
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To open the phone:
1
Press #76*
2
Enter Authorization code and press # and
3
Press
to finish the procedure.
To assign your own authority level to another phone:
1
Press *75* (Germany, The Netherlands, and Sweden, Press *72*)
2
Enter Authorization code and Press *
3
Dial your own extension number and Press # and
Wait for a verification tone.
4
Dial the digit or digits to get an external line and external number.
To change your individual Authorization code:
1
Press *74*
2
Enter old authorization code and Press*
3
Enter new authorization code and press # and
.
Wait for verification tone.
4
8.2.12
Press
to finish the procedure.
DISA
If you are assigned to use this feature and you are working externally, you can call your office
and get access to an external line in order to make business calls.
Calling with an Common Authorization code:
1
Call the DISA function at your office.
Wait for dial tone
2
Press *72*
3
Dial the Authorization code and Press #.
Wait for dial tone.
4
Dial External number.
Calling with an Individual Authorization code:
1
Call the DISA function at your office.
Wait for dial tone
2
Press *75*
3
Dial the Authorization code and Press *
4
Dial your own external number, Press #
Wait for the dial tone
5
Dial external number.
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8.2.13
Group Features
Group Call- pick-up:
People working in a team can have their phones programmed by system administrator to form
Call-pick-up groups. In a Call-pick-up group, any member can answer any individual call to
group members.
To enable this function do the following:
1
Press 8 (Finland and Sweden: 0, U.S and Canada, Press 59)
2
Press
to answer.:
Common Bell Group:
Calls are signalled on a common bell.
To answer:
1
Press 8 (Finland and Sweden, Press 0, U.S and Canada, Press 59)
2
Press
to answer
Group Hunting:
As a member of a group of extensions that is called by a common number, you can temporarily
leave the group
To leave the group:
1
Press *21* (U.K *2*)
2
Dial own extension number, Press # and press
Wait for the call timer to start in the display
3
Press
to finish the procedure
Re-enter the group:
1
Press #21# (U.K Press #2#)
2
Press
Wait for the call timer to start in the display
3
8.3
Press
to finish the procedure
Contacts
The handset has a local phonebook with 250 entries, where names and numbers freely can be
added, deleted, and edited by the user. The phonebook lists all names in alphabetical order,
where three numbers can be added for each contact; work number, mobile number, and other
number.
A company phonebook can be downloaded via the PDM/CPDM3. The local and company
phonebook appears in the same list, but the company contacts are indicated by a icon , which
means that they are not editable.
It is also possible to access a central phonebook11, see 6.2.9 Dial a Name from the Central
Phonebook on page 32, or 8.3.5 Central Phonebook on page 53.
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8.3.1
Call Contact
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Call contact".
4
Select contact from the list, or enter name or number in the Search field.
5
Press "Call", or
in the menu.
.
It is also possible to edit the contact and to send a message by selecting "View" > "More". Note
that it is not possible to edit a contact indicated by a icon in front of the name.
8.3.2
Add Contact
Add New Contact
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Add contact".
4
Select "New".
5
Select "Add".
6
Enter a name, see 3.1.2 Alphanumeric Keys on page 14.
7
Press "OK".
8
Select "Work Number", "Mobile number", or "Other number".
9
Press "Add".
10
Enter number. It is possible to add a tone "T" or pause "P" in phone numbers by
pressing
5 times or 7 times, respectively.
11
Press "OK".
12
Press "Save".
in the menu.
Different ring signals can be set to distinguish this contact from another contact by selecting
"Ring signal".
Add from Call List
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Add contact".
4
Select "From call list".
5
Select number in the list.
6
Press "Add".
7
Select Work Number", "Mobile number", or "Other number".
8
Press "Add".
9
Enter name, see 3.1.2 Alphanumeric Keys on page 14.
10
Press "OK".
in the menu.
11. This function/feature is system dependent.
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Press "Save".
Different ring signals can be set to distinguish this contact from another contact by selecting
"Ring signal".
8.3.3
Edit Contact
Note: It is not possible to edit a company phonebook contact. The contacts are indicated by a
icon in front of the name.
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Edit contact".
4
Select contact.
5
Press "Edit".
6
Select "Name", "Work number", "Mobile number", "Other number", or "Ring signal".
7
Press "Edit".
8
Enter new name, number and/or select new ring signal.
9
Press "OK".
10
Press "Save".
8.3.4
in the menu.
Delete Contact
Note: It is not possible to delete a company phonebook contact. The contacts are indicated by a
icon in front of the name.
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Delete contact".
4
Select contact.
5
Press "Delete".
6
Press "Yes" to confirm.
8.3.5
in the menu.
Central Phonebook
In the central phonebook it is possible to search by name or number. The last search result can
be displayed.
When the search result is displayed, it is possible to view contact information, add the number
to new contact, and to send a message by pressing "More". It is also possible to call the number
by pressing "Call".
Search by Name
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Central phonebook".
4
Select "Search by name".
5
Enter First name and/or Last name.
6
Press "Search". The search result will be displayed.
in the menu.
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Search by Number
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Central phonebook".
4
Select "Search by number".
5
Enter number.
6
Press "Search". The search result is displayed.
in the menu.
View Last Search Result
8.4
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Central phonebook".
4
Select "Last result". Only the last result will be displayed.
in the menu.
Profiles
It is possible to set up an own profile for incoming calls, message alerts, vibrating alerts, key
sound, soft keys etc.This can be useful when there are several users on the same handset, and
they want different sound profiles. It can also be used for temporarily settings, for example
while in a meeting when incoming calls should be silent. It is easy to switch between the
different profiles.
If no profile is selected, the normal settings are used.
Add New Profile
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Add new".
4
Enter name of the profile.
5
Press "Save".
6
Press "More" and then select "Add setting".
7
Select the setting you want to add to the profile.
Repeat steps 6-7 if you want to add additional settings.
8
Mark the wanted setting and press "Edit" to make the changes.
in the menu.
Activate Profile
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select profile from list.
in the menu.
When a profile is activated, the icon
an the name of the profile are displayed in idle mode.
Delete Profile
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
in the menu.
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Select profile from list.
4
Press "More".
5
Select "Delete" from menu.
6
Press "Select".
7
Press "Yes" to confirm.
Edit Profile
8.5
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select the profile to edited.
4
Press "More" and then select "Edit".
5
Following options can be performed:
6
• Edit the wanted setting by marking it and then press "Edit".
• Add additional settings by pressing "More" and then select "Add setting".
• Remove a setting by marking it and then select More > Remove setting.
If needed, mark the added settings and press "Edit" to make the changes.
in the menu.
Messaging
When a text message is received, the LED starts flashing green once and the message alert
signal sounds. The icon
and the content of the received message are automatically
displayed. The icon
will remain in the display until all new messages are opened. If the
message is received during a call, a beep notifies the user.
It is possible to reply, forward the message, call the sender, and call number12 included in a text.
It is also possible to read the message later by pressing "Close". A received message is stored in
the Inbox. See Read a Stored Message on page 55.
Tip: If you want to close several new messages quickly, press
indicated as unread messages in the Messaging inbox.
. The messages will be
The thirty last received messages are stored in the inbox. Time and date information is included
in the message.
Tip: New messages and information about incoming calls can be displayed upside down. This
can be useful if you wear the handset in a belt and want to read the message/call information
without rotating the handset. When pressing any key, the messages will be displayed in the
normal way. See the handset’s Configuration Manual for more information.
See also 10 Enhanced Messaging on page 74 for additional messaging features.
8.5.1
Inbox
Read a Stored Message
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Inbox" to view the message list.
4
Select a message by using the
in the menu.
and
on the navigation key.
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Press "View".
Reply to Sender
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Inbox" to view the message list.
4
Select a message by using the
5
Press "View".
6
Press "Reply".
7
Enter text. See 3.1.2 Alphanumeric Keys on page 14.
8
Press "Send".
in the menu.
and
on the navigation key.
Delete Message
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Inbox" to view the message list.
4
Select a message by using the
5
Press "More".
6
Select "Delete".
7
Press "Yes" to delete the message.
in the menu.
and
on the navigation key.
Forward Message
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Inbox" to view the message list.
4
Select a message by using the
5
Press "View".
6
Press "More"
7
Select "Forward".
8
Enter additional text if needed. See 3.1.2 Alphanumeric Keys on page 14.
9
Press "Send".
10
Enter number, or press
phonebook.
11
Press "Send" to forward the message.
in the menu.
and
on the navigation key.
to access contacts in the local phonebook and the company
Call Sender
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Inbox" to view the message list.
4
Select a message by using the
5
Press "View".
6
Press "More".
in the menu.
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Select "Call Sender".
Call Number in Text
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Inbox" to view the message list.
4
Select a message by using the
5
Press "View".
6
Do one of the following:
7
• Press "More" and select "Call no. in text"13.
• Press .
If the message contains several numbers, select the number to be called from the list.
8
Press "Call", or
in the menu.
and
on the navigation key.
.
Save Number
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Inbox" to view the message list.
4
Select a message by using the
5
Press "View".
6
Press "More".
7
Select "Save number".
8
Select "Work Number", "Mobile number", or "Other number".
9
Press "Add".
10
Enter name. See 3.1.2 Alphanumeric Keys on page 14.
11
Press "OK".
12
Press "Save". The number will be saved in the contact list.
8.5.2
in the menu.
and
on the navigation key.
Write New Messages
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Write new message".
4
Enter text. See 3.1.2 Alphanumeric Keys on page 14.
5
Press "Send".
It is possible to save the message and send it later by pressing the soft key "Back" and
select "Yes". The message will be stored under Unsent messages. See 8.5.3 Unsent
Messages.
6
Enter number, or press
phonebook.
7
Press "Send".
in the menu.
to access contacts in the local phonebook and the company
13.Visible if the number consists of minimum 3 digits.
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8.5.3
Unsent Messages
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Unsent" to view the list.
4
Select message to edit/send.
5
Select "Edit", edit text and/or just select "Send".
in the menu.
Delete/Delete All
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Unsent"
4
Select message in the list.
1
Select "More".
2
Select "Delete" or "Delete all".
3
Select "Yes" if the unsent message(s) shall be deleted.
8.5.4
in the menu.
Sent Messages
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Sent" to view the list.
4
Select message in the list.
5
Press "View".
in the menu.
Forward message
1
Press "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Sent" to view the list.
4
Select message in the list.
5
Press "View".
6
Enter additional text if needed.
7
Enter number, or press
phonebook.
8
Select "Send".
in the menu.
to access contacts in the local phonebook and the company
Delete Message
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Sent" to view the list.
4
Select message in the list
5
Press "View".
6
Select "Delete".
in the menu.
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Select "Yes" to delete the message.
Delete/Delete All
8.6
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Sent" to view the list.
4
Select "More".
5
Select "Delete" or "Delete all".
6
Select "Yes" if the message(s) shall be deleted.
in the menu.
Services
With this menu it is possible to customize your own menu with services/functions that are used
often. A list of predefined services/functions are available for example; Write new message,
Central phonebook, Call contact, etc.
8.6.1
Add Services
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Add new".
4
Enter a name of the service in the field, and then press "OK"
5
Select a function using
6
If needed, enter values in the fields (only applicable for some of the functions)
7
Press "Back".
8.6.2
in the menu.
and
on the navigation key.
Edit Services
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Mark a service using the
4
Press "More"
5
Select "Edit".
6
Edit the service parameters.
7
Press "Back"
8.6.3
in the menu.
and
on the navigation key.
Delete Services
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Mark a service using the
4
Press "More".
5
Select "Delete" using the
6
Press "Yes" to delete the service.
7
Press "Back".
in the menu.
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8.7
Short Cuts
Predefined functions can be set as short cuts for the Soft Keys, Hot keys, and Navigation keys.
It is for example possible to define the Soft Key to make a call or as a short cut to send a
message.
8.7.1
Define Soft Keys
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Soft Keys".
4
Select "Middle" or "Right".
5
Enter a name for the Soft Key. See 3.1.2 Alphanumeric Keys on page 14.
6
Press "OK".
7
Select "Function".
8
Select function from list, and press "Back".
9
Select "Value" (only for some of the functions), and press "Select". Enter a value, for
example a number. Press "Back".
10
Select "Control question", and press "Select". It is off by default. Press "Back".
If the control question is enabled, a Proceed? dialog window is displayed when pressing
the defined Soft key. Press "Yes" to proceed.
11
Press "Save".
8.7.2
in the menu.
Define Hot Keys
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Hot keys".
4
Select "0", "2" to "9".
5
Select "Function".
6
Select function from list, and press "Back".
7
Select "Value" (only for some of the functions), and press "Select". Enter a value for
example a number. Press "Back".
8
Select "Control question", and press "Select". It is off by default.
If the control question is enabled, a Proceed? dialog window is displayed when pressing
the defined Hot key. Press "Yes" to proceed.
9
Press "Save"
8.7.3
in the menu.
Define Navigation Key
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Navigation keys".
4
Select "Up", "Down", "Left", or "Right".
5
Select "Function".
6
Press "Select" to select function for the key.
7
Select function from list, and press "Back".
in the menu.
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8
Select "Value" (only for some of the functions). Enter a value for example a number.
Press "Back".
9
Select "Control question".
It is disabled by default. If the control question is enabled, a Proceed? dialog window is
displayed when pressing the defined key. Press "Yes" to proceed.
10
Press "Save".
Settings
8.8.1
Sound and Alert Settings
Adjust the Ring Volume
Note: An intrinsically safe handset’s ring volume is lower than a non-intrinsically safe handset’s
ring volume due to current limitations.
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Sound & Alerts.
4
Select “Volume”.
5
Step with
setting.
in the menu.
to increase the volume and with
to decrease it. Press "Back" to save the
Set different Ring Signals for Internal Call, External Call and
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select “Sound & Alerts”.
4
Select “Ring signals”.
5
Different signals for internal calls, external calls and call back and PTT can be set. Select
"Internal call", "External call", or "Callback", or PTT. The handset has 14 different ring
signals.
in the menu.
Note: Additional ring signals might be selectable if them are configured via WinPDM/
CPDM3. See the handset’s Configuration Manual for more information.
6
Press "Back".
Set Alert for Messages
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select “Sound & Alerts”.
4
Select “Message alert”.
5
Select the wanted message alert from the list. By pressing "Play" it is possible to listen to
the different alerts.
in the menu.
Tip: The option Custom sound should be used you want to create an own message alert.
See the handset’s Configuration Manual for more information.
6
Press "Back".
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Turn the Vibrator on/off
If the vibrator is activated, it will vibrate at incoming call and message.
Tip: It is also possible to activate the handset’s vibrator when receiving a message during a call
via PDM. See the handset’s Configuration Manual.
Note: When the vibrator is enabled on an intrinsically safe handset, the handset will alternate
between vibration and sound. That is, vibration and sound are not activated simultaneously.
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select “Sound & Alerts”.
4
Select “Vibrator alert”.
5
Select “On”, “On if silent” (that is, the vibrator is on when the handset is muted), or
“Off”
6
Press "Back".
in the menu.
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Set the Key Sound
This means that every time a key is used, the handset gives a small sound.
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select “Sound & Alerts”.
4
Select “Key sound”.
5
Select “Silent, “Click”, or “Tone”.
It is possible to listen to the key sound by pressing "Play".
6
Press "Back".
8.8.2
Lock Settings
in the menu.
Activate the Automatic Key lock
Note: It is possible to answer/end a call while the keypad is locked. If the handset is configured
via the PDM, it is also possible to call a pre-defined emergency number while the keypad is
locked. See handset’s Configuration Manual.
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select “Locks”.
4
Select "Automatic key lock".
5
Select "On" for activation of automatic key lock.
in the menu.
Deactivate the Automatic Key lock
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select “Locks”.
4
Select "Automatic key lock".
5
Select "Off" for deactivation of automatic key lock.
in the menu.
Activate the Phone Lock
The handset can be protected for unauthorized use. If this function is activated, a PIN code has
to be entered for example to switch on the handset, to answer an incoming call etc. The default
phone lock code (0000) can be changed to any 4 - 8 digit personalized code.
Note: If configured in the handset, it is possible to call a pre-defined emergency number while
the handset is locked. See the handset’s Configuration Manual. If the DT423 or DT433 is used,
it is also possible to use the Alarm button.
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select “Locks”.
4
Select "Phone lock".
5
Select “Auto phone lock”.
in the menu.
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Select “On”, or "On in charger".
7
Enter PIN code
8
Press "OK".
If the PIN code is forgotten it can be removed by your distributor.
Deactivate the Phone Lock
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select “Locks”.
4
Select “Auto phone lock”.
5
Select “Off”.
6
Enter PIN code
7
Press "OK".
in the menu.
If the PIN code is forgotten it can be removed by your distributor.
Change PIN Code
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select “Locks”.
4
Select "Phone lock".
5
Select "Change PIN code".
6
Enter the old PIN code.
7
Press "OK".
8
Enter the new PIN code.
9
Press "OK" and enter the new PIN code again.
10
Press "Save".
8.8.3
in the menu.
Display Settings
Screen Saver
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select “Display”.
4
Select “Screen saver”.
5
Select “Information”, or “Black”. Time and status information will be displayed when
"Information" is selected, and the display will turn off when the handset is not used.
6
Press "Back".
in the menu.
Brightness
Note: An intrinsically safe handset’s display brightness is lower than a non-intrinsically safe
handset’s display brightness due to current limitations.
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
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Select
in the menu.
3
Select “Display”.
4
Select “Brightness”.
5
Select “Normal” or “Power save”.
6
Press "Back".
Contrast
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select “Display”.
4
Select “Contrast”.
5
Step with
6
Press "Back".
8.8.4
in the menu.
to increase and
to decrease the contrast.
Time & Date Settings
The time and date are received from the DECT system. If the time and date are changed in the
system, it takes up to 24 hours before the changes appear in the handset. If the handset is turned
off and then turned on, the changes will be applied immediately.
However, it is possible to change the format of the time and date.
Set Time Format
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Time & Date".
4
Press "Select".
5
Select Time format. The actual time format will be displayed. Selectable time format:
•
•
6
in the menu.
12:00 (AM/PM)
24:00
Press "Select" to save the setting.
Set Date Format
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select “Time & Date”.
4
Press "Select".
in the menu.
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Select “Date format”, press "Select". Selectable date format:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
6
8.8.5
DD MMM YY, for example 30 Jan 11
MMM DD YYYY, for example Jan 30 2011
YYYY-MM-DD, for example 2011-01-30 (ISO 8601)
MM/DD/YYYY, for example. 01/30/2011 (also called US)
DD/MM/YYYY, for example 10/01/2011 (also called Europe)
DD-MM-YYYY, for example 30-01-2011
DD.MM.YYYY, for example. 30.01.2011
Press "Select" to save the setting.
Answering
The default setting for the handset is to use
when answering a call. The answering behaviour
can be configured to answer the call automatically, that is, without pressing a key, or/and in
loudspeaking14 mode. It is also possible to set the answering behaviour to any key. If "Any key"
is selected, any key except
,
, and
can be used to answer a call.
Answering Key
The answering key is by default set to Hook-off.
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Answering".’
4
Select "Answering key".
5
Select "Hook-off", or "Any key".
6
Press "Back" to save the settings.
in the menu.
Answering Behaviour
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Answering".’
4
Select "Answer behaviour".
5
Select "Automatically" and/or "Loudspeaking".
6
Press "Change" to change the setting. The check box will be marked.
7
Press "Back" to save the setting. To remove the setting, press "Change". The check box
will be unmarked.
8.8.6
in the menu.
Change Text size for Messages
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Messages".
4
Select "Text size Normal". The default text size is "Normal".
5
Select "Normal" or "Large" size.
in the menu.
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8.8.7
Press "Back".
Change the Menu Language
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select “*Language”.
4
Select the language to be used.
5
Press "Back".
in the menu.
Tip: It is also possible to download an additional language to the handset, see 12.1 Software
Upgrade and Additional Features on page 76.
8.8.8
Change Owner ID
The Owner ID is set to identify the handset.
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Owner ID".
4
Enter name/identity. See 3.1.2 Alphanumeric Keys on page 14.
5
Press "Save".
8.8.9
in the menu.
Alarm Settings
Tip: It is recommended to configure a short cut to this menu if it is frequently used, see 8.7
Short Cuts on page 60.
Activate alarm
Note: This menu is applicable for DT423/DT433 only.
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Alarm".
4
Select "Activate alarm".
5
Select "Man-down", and/or "No-movement".
6
Press "Select" to change the setting. The check box will be marked.
7
Press "Back" to save the setting. To remove the setting, press "Select". The check box
will be unmarked.
in the menu.
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When an alarm is activated, the corresponding alarm icon is show, see Table 6.
Man-down alarm
No-movement alarm
Table 6. Alarms icons
Note: See also the handset’s Configuration Manual for additional settings and 7 Alarm
Operation on page 37.
8.9
Connections
8.9.1
Bluetooth
Enable Bluetooth Connection
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Bluetooth".
4
Select "Enable". A Bluetooth connection icon
in the menu.
will be displayed in the header bar.
Note: When enabling Bluetooth on an intrinsically safe handset, it will be restarted.
Disable Bluetooth Connection
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Bluetooth".
4
Select "Disable".
in the menu.
Note: When disabling Bluetooth on an intrinsically safe handset, it will be restarted.
Pair/Connect Bluetooth Headset
In order to use a Bluetooth headset, it must first be paired with the handset. It is only needed to
pair the Bluetooth headset once. A paired Bluetooth headset will automatically be connected
indicated by the icon in front of the headset.
1
Set the Bluetooth headset in pairing mode, see the user manual for the Bluetooth headset.
2
Enable Bluetooth, see Enable Bluetooth Connection.
3
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
4
Select
5
Select "Bluetooth".
6
Select "Headset".
in the menu.
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Select "Add new". A Put headset in Pairing mode dialog window is displayed.
8
Press "OK". It will now search for a Bluetooth headset for connection.
9
When headset is found, press "Pair".
10
If needed, enter PIN code, see user manual for the Bluetooth headset. Press "OK".
The dialog Successful pairing appears if the pairing process was successful. The
Bluetooth headset will also be connected indicated by the icon in front of the headset.
Tip: It is possible to configure the headset button with a specific function, such as post-dial, dial
last called number, or dial a predefined number. See the handset’s Configuration Manual for
more information.
8.9.2
Headset
In order to achieve optimal audio quality with the different headset types, it is recommended to
select the corresponding headset type.
The default setting is microphone on a boom, that is, the audio is optimized for using a headset
with microphone on a boom. The headset type can be changed in the menu by doing as follows:
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "Headset".
4
Select the corresponding headset type from list, that is, "Mic on boom", or "Hearing
protection". Additional headsets15 might be visible in the list.
5
Press "Select".
in the menu.
Tip: It is possible to configure the headset button with a specific function, such as post-dial, dial
last called number, or dial a predefined number. See the handset’s Configuration Manual for
more information.
Note: When Bluetooth is disabled and having an active call in loudspeaker mode on an
intrinsically safe handset, the audio will not be transferred to the headset when connecting it.
IMPORTANT: The headset Microphone on a boom is not available as accessory for the
intrinsically classified handset. If used, it is NOT permitted to use the headset in hazardous
areas.
8.9.3
System
The handset can subscribe up to eight different systems.
Change System
Select “Automatic” or a specific system. If the handset is set to “Automatic”, it selects a system
according to the priority list, see Priority on page 70.
Subscribe System
To subscribe a system, the “Park:” (Portable Access Right Key) and “Ac:” (Authentication
code) related to the system are needed. Contact the system administrator for more information.
Note: The PARK code may not be needed if there is no alien DECT system within the coverage
area.
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
15.Only visible if a headset profile has been configured in the PDM.
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Select
in the menu.
3
Select "System".
4
Select "Subscribe".
5
The handset’s IPDI is displayed. The IPDI is a unique code that has been assigned to the
handset. Press "Next".
6
Enter System name (optional). If no system name is entered, the default name will be
used. That is System A, System B etc. depending on which system name that is free.
Note: The System name might not be displayed depending on the handset’s Display
Management Layout setting. See the handset’s Configuration Manual.
7
Press "Next".
8
Enter PARK code (max. 31 digits). The PARK code may not be needed if there is no
alien DECT system within the coverage area.
9
Enter AC code. The AC code length must be between 4 - 8 digits.
10
Press "Next".
11
An information text "Protection on?" is displayed. Select "Yes" if the new system is to be
protected. It is not possible to delete a protected subscription from the System menu16.
12
Press "OK". A searching mode starts.
Unsubscribe System
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "System".
4
Select "Unsubscribe".
5
Select the system to unsubscribe.
6
Press "Yes to unsubscribe the system.
in the menu.
Rename System
It is possible to change the name of the system in the handset.
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” soft key.
2
Select
3
Select "System".
4
Select "Rename System".
5
Select system to rename.
6
Enter new name.
7
Select "Save".
in the menu.
Priority
The default order of priority is the order of entered subscriptions. This means that the first
subscribed system has the highest priority. This list can be edited by the user. It is possible to set
the systems in priority by moving them up or down in the list.
16.It is not possible to unsubscribe a protected system via the System menu. The unsubscribtion must be made via the Admin
menu or the DECT system.
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Note: This is used in combination with system set to be "Automatic", see Change System on
page 69.
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "System".
4
Select "Priority".
5
Change the priority if needed by selecting "Up" or "Down". The priority will be saved
when "Back" is selected.
8.9.4
in the menu.
In Charger Action when in Call
It is possible to determine actions to be performed when a handset is placed in charger during a
call.
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select "In charger".
4
Select "Call behavior".
5
Select one of the following:
•
•
•
8.9.5
in the menu.
No action - no action will be performed when handset is placed in charger during a
call.
Loudspeaking - The loudspeaker will be activated when handset is placed in charger
during a call.
End call - The call will be disconnected when handset is placed in charger.
In Charger Action when not in Call
It is possible to determine actions to be performed when a handset is not in call and placed in
charger.
Note: Additional In charger actions can also be configured, see the handset’s Configuration
Manual.
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select “In charger”.
4
Select "Other actions".
5
Select one of the following:
•
•
•
•
•
in the menu.
No action - no action will be performed when handset is not in call and placed in
charger.
Switch off - When the handset is placed in the charger it will switch off. When it is
removed from the charger it will switch on again.
Sound off17 - When the handset is placed in the charger it will be muted. When it is
removed from the charger it will switch on the sound again.
Redirect - Calls can be redirected to another extension when the handset is placed in
a charger. This function must be programmed in the PBX to be able to redirect calls.
Change profile - when the handset is placed in the charger it will change profile.
When the handset is removed from the charger, the profile is changed back.Press
"Edit" and select the wanted profile. By default only the profile Normal is selectable,
17.If the parameter Disable permanent mute is enabled in WinPDM, the handset will not be muted in charger.
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54.
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Advanced Functions
9.1
Admin Menu
The handset has a hidden menu for system administrators. See the handset’s Configuration
Manual.
The Admin menu contains:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Software, hardware, IPEI/IPDI, and user ID
DECT information
Centralized Management showing online information
Site Survey Tool for indication of radio signal and base station listing
Fault logging
Frequency band selection18
System menu with ability to alter protection
Factory reset option
For quick access to the Device Information (DI) menu in idle mode, press the keys containing
*#DI# (that is *#34#). For quick access to IPEI/IPDI, press *#06# in idle mode. See the table
below.
9.2
Information
Code
Software version
*#34#
Hardware version
*#34#
IPEI/IPDI
*#34# or *#06#
User ID
*#34#
Clear Lists in Charger
Via PDM/CPDM3 it is possible to set a parameter that will clear messaging lists and call lists
that has been stored in the handset. When the parameter is activated and the function has been
downloaded to the handset, the lists will be deleted when placed in a charger. This can be useful
during administration of handsets for new users. See also the handset’s Configuration Manual.
18.This option will be removed when the frequency band has been set.
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Enhanced Messaging
10.1 Voice Mail
Note: This feature is only available if configured in the system.
10.1.1
Receive a Voice Mail
When receiving a voice mail, the content of the voice mail notification is displayed
automatically on the screen, and is also indicated by the icon
in the status bar.
If the content of the notification is displayed, press "Call" to dial the voice mail. If "Close" is
selected, it is possible to dial the voice mail by a long press
in idle mode, or from the
Inbox menu.
Information is stored in the “Messaging” inbox until all voice mail messages have been listened
to. See 10.1.2 Check the Voice Mail inbox.
10.1.2
Check the Voice Mail inbox
1
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
2
Select
3
Select “Inbox”. The voice mail will be displayed first in the inbox list.
4
Select the message with the icon
in front of the message (a voice mail is always
displayed first in the inbox list). Only one voice mail at the time will be displayed, even
if there are more voice mail messages in the message list.
5
Press "View".
6
Press "Call", or
10.1.3
in the menu.
.
One Key Voice Mail Access
A long press on
in idle mode will call the voice mail. If the extension number is not
available, a dialog window "Voice mail number not defined" is displayed.
Some systems require that the mailbox extension number is downloaded to the handset, see the
handset’s Configuration Manual.
10.2 Mobile Data
10.2.1
Send Mobile Data
It is possible to send predefined data from the handset by selecting a Service, see 8.6 Services on
page 59. In addition, a short cut can be created for quick access to a Service, see 8.7 Short Cuts
on page 60
Mobile data can be used for opening a door, starting/stopping a machine etc.
10.2.2
Send Mobile Data with a Prefix
Mobile data with a prefix is sent from the handset by pressing a pre-programmed Hot key or
Soft key or select a Service. Mobile data with prefix can be used to send information to an
application in the system.
The prefix is predefined by the user when programming the Service, see 8.6 Services on page
59.
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Operation Notice
11.1 Accessibility and Voice Quality
The base network is not always available. If you do not get in contact with your system, contact
your system administrator. For best voice quality, avoid positioning near computer, radio or
similar equipment.
Operating Area
You can only use the handset in the area that is covered by your system. Outside this area you
will loose contact with the system. The signal strength icon will be low and “Searching” will be
displayed.
Out of Range
When you leave the system's coverage area a short beep will sound and the text “Searching”
will appear in the display.
The out of range beep will be repeated every minute for 30 minutes. It is possible to turn the
sound off by long pressing,
, or
.
When re-entering the coverage area it can take a couple of minutes before the handset
automatically has registered into the system.
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System Handling
12.1 Software Upgrade and Additional Features
Software and parameters in the handset can be upgraded by using the PDM/CPDM3. Examples
of additional features that can be downloaded/configured via PDM/CPDM3:
•
•
•
Company phonebook
Downloadable languages
Customizing the Menu Tree
Refer to the handset’s Configuration Manual.
To view the handset’s software version, enter *#34# in idle mode.
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Maintenance
13.1 Maintenance of Batteries
13.1.1
Battery Warnings
The "Low battery" icon is displayed when the battery has 10% or less remaining
capacity left. In addition; a warning signal sounds every minute, the LED
flashing orange, and the dialog window "Battery low. Charge now." appears.
The "Empty battery" icon is flashing when the battery has 5% or less remaining
capacity left. In addition; a warning signal sounds every second, the LED
flashing red, and the dialog window "Battery empty. Shutting down." appears.
During a call, only the corresponding battery warning signal will notify the user. The warning
signal cannot be silenced during a call. When not in call, the warning signal can be silenced by
pressing
or
.
13.1.2
Charge the Battery
Place the handset in the desktop charger or in the rack charger. The battery is being charged
when the LED on the handset is steady orange. When the battery is fully charged the LED will
be green.
An animated battery icon
is also shown in the display indicating charging by starting with
its current charge and ending with the full charge. A filled battery icon
indicates a fully
charged battery.
Note: Only use the prescribed chargers for charging.
13.1.3
Charge Spare Batteries
Spare batteries can be charged with a separate battery pack charger. It can charge six batteries at
the same time.
IMPORTANT: It is not permitted to charge intrinsically safe batteries using the battery pack
charger.
13.1.4
Replace the Battery
If the standby time for the handset becomes too low, the battery should be replaced by a new
one. Please contact your system administrator or your supplier, for information about new
batteries. Attach the battery as described in figure 6 on page 81. It is attached inside the battery
lid and is connected to the handset in such a way that no miss-contact is possible.
Note: Use the battery pack opener to untight the screws on the intrinsically safe handset.
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Figure 5.
3
3
1
1
1
2
2
Non-Intrinsically handset
Intrinsically safe handset
Figure 7. Replaceable battery. Unlock the lid/untighten the screws and remove the
battery according to the illustration.
13.2 Easy Replacement of Handset
Easy replacement can be used if a handset needs to be replaced due to, for example, a broken
display. The easy replacement procedure is done via the handset display and the DC4 Advanced
Desktop Charger, or the CR3 Charging Rack.
The following settings are replaced during easy replacement:
•
•
•
•
DECT registration
User parameters (including User ID)
Contacts
The extension number is assigned to the new handset.
The following settings are not replaced during the easy replacement:
•
•
•
13.2.1
Call list
Messages
Bluetooth pairing list
Before Starting Easy Replacement Procedure
1
Check that both the old handset (that is, the handset to be replaced) and the new handset
(that is, the replacement handset) are of the same device type (for example DT413).
2
Make sure that the handset batteries are charged before starting the easy replacement
procedure.
3
Switch off the new handset by long pressing
13.2.2
.
Easy Replacement Procedure
During the Easy Replacement procedure, the LEDs of the handset and the charger follow the
same LED indications. This means that if the old handset has a broken display, the LED
indications on the charger and on the handset can be used to follow the replacement procedure.
Before and after easy replacement, the LEDs may have different LED indications. For more
details, see LED Indications during Easy Replacement on page 80.
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IMPORTANT: Never remove a handset from the charger until the instructions in the display or
the LED tells you to do so (see status on the LED if the display is broken). If there is an error
indication it may be allowed to remove the handset, see 14 Troubleshooting on page 83 for
further instructions. After the old handset has been in the charger, the new handset needs to be
placed in the charger regardless if the replacement was successful or not. Failing to do so may
result in malfunction and the new handset will need to be sent for service.
New
New
Old
1
New
3
4, 8
7
5
6
011
2
1
On the new handset, press and hold
Note: Do not release
until you are instructed to do so.
2
Put the new handset in the charger.
3
When the text "Start phone replacement?" is displayed, release
.
Press "Yes" (left soft key).
The text "Follow the instructions. Each step can take several minutes." appears in the
display. Press "OK" (left soft key).
4, 5
When the text "Please insert old phone in charger" is displayed, replace the new handset
with the old handset. The handset can either be switched on or off.
Note: If the CR3 Charging Rack is used, the left charging slot must be used for both
handsets.
The handset will be restarted and after a few seconds, the text "Saving settings. Do not
remove phone from charger" appears. The charger LED changes to slow orange
flashing. It may take several minutes.
IMPORTANT: If the old handset cannot communicate with the charger, put the new
handset in the charger to restore its settings (that is, the handset’s IPDI). If this step is
not performed, the new handset must be sent for service. The old handset’s settings
might be transfered to the new handset by using PDM. See the handset’s Configuration
Manual.
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6, 7
When the text "Please insert new phone in charger" is displayed, replace the old handset
with the new handset. The text "Restoring settings" is displayed.
IMPORTANT: Do not remove the handset while the text "Restoring settings" is
displayed
8
When the text "Phone successfully replaced. Please remove phone to restart." appears
in the display, remove the handset from the charger. The handset is automatically
restarted.
LED Indications during Easy Replacement
The following table shows the LED indications that are used for the handset and the charger
during the easy replacement procedure.
LED indication
Description
Orange, flashing (1 000 ms on, 1 000 ms File transfer during Easy Replacement.
off)
Orange, flashing (100 ms on, 800 ms off) “Change phone” indication during Easy
Replacement.
Red, flashing (100 ms on, 800 ms off)
Error indication during Easy Replacement. Put back
new handset in charger.
Red, flashing (900 ms on, 100 ms off)
Error during Easy Replacement. Service needed for
both handsets.
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13.3 Attach the Hinge-type Clip
Attach the hinge-type belt clip as described in Figure 8.
012
Figure 6.
Figure 8. Screw the hinge-type clip into position.
13.4 Attach the Swivel-type Clip
Attach the swivel-type belt clip as described in Figure 9.
013
Figure 7.
Figure 9. Screw the swivel-type clip into position.
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13.5 Attach Cover for No Clip
Attach the enclosed cover as described when no clip is to be used.
014
Figure 8.
Figure 10. Screw the cover into position.
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Troubleshooting
This section contains information on how to solve common operational problems, and warnings
you may receive.
Go through the following lists if you encounter any problems. If this checklist does not solve the
problem, contact your system administrator.
If others have similar problems, there may be a system error.
Operational Problems
Fault
Probable cause
Action or comment
No display
The battery level is low or the
handset is defective.
Charge the battery or contact
system administrator.
No ringing
The sound off icon is on, or ringer Long press the Sound off key,
volume set to silent, or the handset or increase volume, or contact
is defective.
system administrator.
No change in time & date PBX dependent.
setting
Changes in the handset appear
after a maximum of 24 hours
after a change in the system or
by turning the handset off and
on again.
Error or Warning Messages
Display shows
Probable cause
Action or comment
No access
The network is in range, but no
access rights.
Switch handset off and then
switch it on again or contact
system administrator.
No System. The handset The handset is out of coverage or
handset is defective.
beeps once a minute
(during max 30 minutes)
with a low tone followed
by a high tone (if
enabled, the vibrator also
follows the beeps).
Stop the beep with the Sound off
key and go into range.
Note: When re-entering the
coverage area it can take a
couple of minutes before the
handset automatically has
registered into the system.
or
contact system administrator.
No flash driver was
found
Note: This display
message is only shown
in English.
Failed to read from flash
SERVICE NEEDED
Hardware error
Note: This display
message is only shown
in English.
There is a communication problem Restart the handset. If the
between components in the handset. problem persists, send the
handset for service.
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SERVICE NEEDED
Invalid IPDI
Easy replacement procedure not
Send the handset for service.
followed correctly or failure during
easy replacement procedure.
Note: This display
message is only shown
in English.
SERVICE NEEDED
Parameters corrupt.
Note: This display
message is only shown
in English.
The handset is defective.
Select reset option on the middle
soft key if available or if no reset
option is available or fault does
not resolve the handset needs
repair. Note: Display message
only shown in English.
Enter PIN code
The handset’s lock is activated.
Enter the required PIN code. If
PIN code lost enter new via
PDM or do a factory reset via
PDM.
Battery low, charge now The battery level is low.
Charge or replace the battery.
Phonebook is not
The phonebook does not respond,
available at the moment. not available at the moment.
Try again later or if fault persists
do a factory reset via admin
menu or PDM.
Voice mail number not
defined
There is no Voice mail number
defined in the handset.
Define a Voice mail number via
PDM.
Could not encrypt
connection
1) Disable the "Encryption
The parameter "Encryption
Required" is enabled in the handset required" parameter in handset
via PDM; and/or,
in combination with;
1) Unencrypted base station(s); and/
2) Enable the encryption in the
or,
base station(s); and/or,
2) Unsupported base station(s).
3) Use supported base station(s).
Ask your supplier.
Not allowed
2) The extension (User) does not
exists.
2) Make sure that you entered
correct extension. If needed,
contact the system administrator.
3) The password is not correct.
3) Make sure that you have
entered correct password. Ask
the system administrator if you
have forgot the password.
LED Error Indications
See also chapter LED Indications during Easy Replacement on page 80.
LED is flashing red, quick flash, (100 ms on, 800 ms off)
1) If a third handset, that is another handset than the "old" (the replaced handset) and "new" (the
replacement handset) handset, is inserted into the charger during Easy Replacement, this error
indication appears. Change to the correct handset.
2) The charger has found that Easy Replacement does not work. Change back to the "new"
handset.
LED is flashing red, long flash (800 ms on, 100 ms off)
Error during Easy Replacement. Both handsets need to be sent for service.
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Appendix A: Bluetooth Headset
A.1
Introduction
Bluetooth technology replaces the cord between the handset and the headset. This allows the
user to move more freely and eliminates the risk of a headset cord getting stuck.
Bluetooth is optional to the handset to be able to use a Bluetooth headset. The Bluetooth is
factory mounted on the handset’s circuit board.
Bluetooth supported functions:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
A.2
Pair the handset with it’s headset
Chose which device to use when making a call
Play ring signal in the Bluetooth headset
Answer and connect sound to the Bluetooth headset when answering with the headset’s
button.
End call with the Bluetooth headset’s button
Transfer audio to/from Bluetooth headset during call, using the menu in the handset.
Increase/decrease the volume in the Bluetooth headset with the volume buttons on the
handset.
Icon
See 3.1.3 Icons and Text in the Display on page 14.
A.3
Wear
For optimal performance wear the Bluetooth headset and the handset on the same side of your
body. The best audio quality in the headset is achieved when no obstructions, including your
body, are between the headset and the handset.
015
Figure 9.
Figure 11. Wear the headset and the handset on the same side of your body.
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A.4
Operation
Step between the menus with the navigation key. Confirm each menu
selection by pressing the Soft key "Select".
A.4.1
Enable Bluetooth
To enable the Bluetooth function enter
“Enable”.
in the handset menu, select "Bluetooth" and select
Note: When enabling Bluetooth on an intrinsically safe handset, it will be restarted.
A.4.2
Pair and Connect a Bluetooth Headset
Before a headset can be used, a connection (pairing) between the headset and the handset must
be established.
1
Place the Bluetooth headset and the handset next to each other.
2
Enable Bluetooth, see A.4.1 Enable Bluetooth.
3
Put the Bluetooth headset in pairing mode, see the user manual for the Bluetooth headset.
4
Enter the menu by pressing "Menu".
5
Select
6
Select "Bluetooth".
7
Select "Headset".
8
Select "Add new". An information text "Put headset in Pairing mode" is displayed.
9
Press "OK". It will now search for a Bluetooth headset for connection.
10
When headset is found, press "Pair".
11
If needed, enter PIN code, see user manual for the Bluetooth headset. Press "OK".
in the menu.
The dialog Successful pairing appears if the pairing process was successful. The
Bluetooth headset will also be connected indicated by the icon in front of the headset.
A.4.3
Add another Bluetooth Headset
Up to eight Bluetooth headsets can be paired to the handset, but only one at a time can be
selected. To pair another headset repeat section “Pair and Connect a headset” steps 1-6.
The paired headsets are displayed by a default name in the handset menu “Headset”. See A.4.6
Change the name of Bluetooth headset
A.4.4
Select a Bluetooth Headset
To activate a Bluetooth headset, enter
in the handset menu, select “Bluetooth” >
“Headset”. Step with the navigation key, and
to the headset to be selected and press
"Select". Connection successful is displayed. The headset is now selected.
When a new headset has been selected any previous headset will automatically become
disconnected.
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A.4.5
Remove a Bluetooth Headset
To remove a Bluetooth headset, enter
Step with the navigation key,
and
"Delete". Confirm with "Select".
A.4.6
in the handset menu, select Bluetooth > Headset.
to the headset to be removed and press "More". Select
Change the name of Bluetooth headset
The name, in the headset list, of the headset is the default name for the headset.
To change the name enter
in the menu, select “Bluetooth” > “Headset”. Step with the
navigation key,
and , to select the headset. Select "More" > “Edit name”. See 3.1.2
Alphanumeric Keys on page 14.
A.5
Calling
A.5.1
Make a Call
Dial the number on the handset and press "Call", or
. When “Transfer call to phone?” is
displayed press "No" or ignore the message to use the Bluetooth Headset. Press "Yes" to use the
handset.
A.5.2
Answer a Call
A ring signal sounds in both the selected Bluetooth headset and the handset to signal an
incoming call.
To answer the call in the Bluetooth headset, press the button19 on the headset.
To answer the call in the handset, press
A.5.3
on the handset.
End a Call
To end the call press the button17 on the headset, or
A.6
on the handset.
Volume/Mute Control
A.6.1
Adjust the Volume During a Call
Depending on the Bluetooth headset it might be possible to adjust the volume on the headset17.
On the handset, press
to increase the volume and
to decrease the volume in the headset.
A.6.2
Turn the Microphone On/Off During a Call
Mute both headset and handset by pressing
A.7
or
on the handset.
Messaging
When a text message is received a beep sounds in the Bluetooth headset.
19. For instruction, see headset manual.
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A.8
Transfer a call
A.8.1
Transfer a Call to the Handset
To transfer a call to the handset from the Bluetooth headset, press "More" on the handset during
the call, and select “Audio transfer”.
If supported by the headset, it is also possible to transfer a call to the handset with by pressing
the headset button.
A.8.2
Transfer a Call to the Bluetooth Headset
To transfer the call to the Bluetooth headset, press "More" on the handset during the call, and
select “Audio transfer”.
It is also possible to transfer a call to the Bluetooth headset by pressing the button20 on the
Bluetooth headset.
A.9
Switch to a Headset with Cord
If a headset with a cord is connected during a call, the call is transferred to this headset
automatically.
A.10 Menu Tree
See 8.8 Settings on page 61.
A.11 Operation Notice
A.11.1
Accessibility and Voice quality
Bluetooth uses the frequency of 2.45 GHz. WLAN, microwave oven, and other devices that use
the same frequency can disturb the use of a Bluetooth headset.
A.11.2
Operation Area
Maximum distance between the headset and the handset is 10 metres. The communication
distance between the handset and headset may vary considerably due to the environment and
disturbances from other 2.45 GHz equipment. Different headsets can also give different
communication distances.
A.11.3
Out of Range
If a connection cannot be made with the selected Bluetooth headset, the call is transferred
automatically to the handset.
If the Bluetooth headset and the handset get out of range from each other, the connection is
temporarily lost. Since the last connected headset is always considered "selected", the
connection is automatically established again when a call is made or received. In case of more
than one paired headset in list, the preferred headset used for calls, is always first in list.
20. For intruction, see the headset manual.
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A.12 Environmental Requirements
A.12.1 Bluetooth Headset Battery
See the manual for the Bluetooth headset.
A.13 Trouble Shooting
Problem
Reason
Solution
No headset found
Headset is turned off
Turn on headset
Headset is out of battery
Charge headset
Headset is out of range
Move headset closer to handset
< 10 metre.
Headset is not in pairing
mode
Turn headset into pairing mode (see
headset manual for details)
Headset is not in pairing
mode
Turn headset into pairing/
discoverable mode (see headset
manual for details)
Incorrect PIN entered
Try again and enter correct PIN (see
headset manual for details)
Pairing fails
Connecting fails/Failed to Headset is not turned on
connect headset
Turn on headset
Headset is out of range
Move headset closer to handset
Link key in headset has
been deleted
Repeat pairing procedure
Headset is already
connected to another
handset
Disconnect headset from the other
handset
Too close to disturbing
devices.
Disturbing devices can be WLAN
equipment, microwave etc.
Headset can not connect to Handset is not turned on
handset (see headset
manual for details on how
to connect)
Turn on handset
Handset is out of range
Move handset closer to headset
Bluetooth module is
disabled
Enable "Bluetooth" in Bluetooth
menu
Another headset is already Disconnect the connected headset
connected to the handset
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either headset or handset.
Repeat pairing procedure
Too close to disturbing
devices.
Disturbing devices can be WLAN
equipment, microwave etc.
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Appendix B: Telephony Function Codes
This chapter describes the country specific function codes used in MX-ONE/Aastra 700 that are
relevant for the cordless phone. The codes are listed in standard and alternative codes.
Service codes are entered as *[code] # for activation, and # for deactivation.
Table 1
Functions
Codes
Suffix digits (only for SIP)
Standard
Alternative
Alternation on Inquiry
N/A
Sweden: R
Conference
3
Intrusion
4
France: 8
New Zealand: 8
Sweden: 8
Call Waiting Indication
5
France: 6
New Zealand: 6
Sweden: 4
Call Back
6
France: 5
New Zealand: 5
Sweden: 5
Common Parking or Individual Call Pickup
8
France: 4
New Zealand: 4
Sweden: 6
General Deactivation
001
U.S. and Canada: 0
Choice of Language
08
Ordering or Cancellation of Active List
(Personal Number)
10
Follow Me
21
United Kingdom: 2
External Follow Me
22
U.S. and Canada: 23
Ordering or Cancellation of Interception
Message
23
U.S. and Canada: 24
Print Interception Message
26
Sweden: N/A
Manual Message Waiting
31
Cancellation of Message Waiting
31
U.S. and Canada: 56
Automatic Call Back, Cancellation
37
U.S. and Canada: 6
Malicious Call Tracing
39
Feature Codes
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Calling Line Identification Restriction Per
Call
42
By-pass of Diversion
60
U.S. and Canada: 1
Account Code Predialing
61
Finland: 71
Norway: 71
Authorization Code Predialing
72
Germany: 75
The Netherlands: 75
U.S. and Canada: 6
Sweden: 75
Lock/Unlock Common Authorization
Code
73
U.S. and Canada: 71
Change Individual Authorization Code
74
Dial With Individual Authorization Code
75
Lock/Unlock Individual Authorization
Code
76
Customer Identity Storage
77
Answer on Group Call Pick-up, and
Answer on Night Time Connection (*
and # in the service code can be
excluded)
8
Finland: 0
U.S. and Canada: 59
Sweden: 0
Ordering of Night Time Connection
84
U.S. and Canada: 8
Repetition of the Last External Number
Dialed
***
Finland: **0
Sweden: **0
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The Netherlands: 72
Sweden: 72
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