Binatone Speakeasy 600 User guide

Relate 600
User guide
At a glance
Start button A
Used as start button for storing
numbers into the phone’s memory.
Handset park
When it is wall mounted, you can hook
the handset on this if you need to
temporarily move away from the phone.
Handset clip
Rotate for wall mounting to secure
handset firmly in position.
Timer button
This button can be
used to time your
outgoing calls.
SET UP
© TO START
PRESS A
AND FOLLOW
THE ARROWS
Direct dial memory buttons
Allows you to store up to 10
numbers (each up to 32 digits).
LCD display
Shows stored/dialled
telephone numbers
and Call My Bill
informatiom. Also
features a call timer.
Relate 600
A
© SELECT ONE
OF THE TEN
MEMORY
KEYS
© KEY-IN THE
NUMBER
YOU WANT
TO STORE
RECA LL
JK
MN
5
6
WX
YZ
PRESS ‘C'
TU
V
Discount PQ
O
GH
RS
NO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DE
3
4
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Confirm button B
Use as a confirm button for storing
numbers into the memory.
B
© WHEN YOU
WANT TO
INFORM ‘B'
OF THE
NUMBERS
THAT
QUALIFY
FOR YOUR
AB
2
L
• TO SETUP YOUR Discount
• REMOVE THE MEMORY CARD
• FILL IN THE NAMES
• FOLLOW THE SETUP
• INSTRUCTIONS
1
F
© TO CONFIRM
THE NUMBER
PRESS ‘B'
Friends & Family
C
Recall button
For use with BT Select Services
and switchboards.
7
8
9
✱
0
#
Raised dot
The raised dot on the
5 button helps you
find the other
numbers if you are
visually impaired or
dialling in the dark.
SECRECY
Telephone number panel
C
REDIAL
Call My Bill
ACCOUNT NO.
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Secrecy button
Allows you to talk to someone
in the same room, without the
person on the other end of the
line hearing your conversation.
Secrecy LED indicator
Lights up when the secrecy
button is on.
Discount button C
Dial for discount number
registration. Can be
overwritten.
‘Call my bill’ button
Press for billing
information. Can be
overwritten.
Redial button
Press to redial the
last number called.
Instructions panel
For buttons A, B, C.
Memory label
Lets you keep a
reference of one-touch
numbers stored in the
memory.
1
2
3
4
RINGER
VOLUME
5
HI
LOW
OFF
6
7
Ringer volume
This lets you
choose how loud
the phone rings.
8
9
10
1
(The numbers can each be up to 32 digits long).
Setting up
Note: Instructions are revealed when directory label
is removed.
Follow these steps to get your
Relate 600 ready for use.
• Remove the memory label and pick up the handset.
• The first ARROW indicator will glow, to indicate
the start of the memory storing sequence, the
LCD display will show three short lines.
Check that your Relate 600 is complete.
When you unpack you should have:
• Relate 600 telephone with telephone line cord
attached.
• Bracket for wall mounting.
• 2 screws and wallplugs.
A
Important: Before you use your Relate 600
Plan the location of the telephone. The following point
should be considered.
• The Relate 600 should be within two metres of the phone
socket. A new-style phone socket is needed.
If you do not have a new-style socket, call Freefone 0800
800 150 and ask for a BT engineer to come and fit the
correct socket. This is a chargeable service.
1 Plug your Relate 600 into the BT socket
2 Set the ringer volume
The ringer switch is located on the underside of the
unit. There are 3 settings:
HI
a loud ring; your Relate 600
is pre-set to this position.
LOW a quiet ring.
OFF no ring – if you don’t want to be disturbed.
RINGER
VOLUME
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• Press button A (a single ‘beep’ will be heard).
• The second ARROW indicator will glow, informing
you to select one of the ten memory buttons, the
LCD display will be blank.
• Press one of the memory buttons 1-10, if the
memory location has a number in it, this will
appear on the LCD display.
• The third ARROW indicator will glow, informing you
to key in the number you want to store.
• Key in the telephone number you want to store,
this will be displayed on the LCD. If there is a
number in the memory location the new number
will over write it.
• The fourth ARROW indicator will glow, informing
you to confirm your selection, the LCD will display
the number for 10 seconds.
B
• Press button B to confirm (two ‘beeps’ will be heard).
The fifth and first ARROW indicators will glow
alternately, instructing you to make a choice.
HI
LOW
OFF
C
Your Relate 600 is now ready for use.
• Press button C to inform BT of the number to
qualify for your Friends and Family discount, the
LCD will display the number of the friends
and family service.
3 Wall mounting your Relate 600 (optional)
Your Relate 600 can be wall mounted by using the
bracket provided. Use the wall bracket provided to
mark the position of the screws. (Drill size 8mm).
(Have your account number ready for reference; this is
available on your phone bill.)
Handset clip
• Write the name of the person whose number you
have just stored (if you use pencil, you can easily
change it in the future) in the appropriate space on
the memory label.
or
• Press button A to continue to store up to nine other
numbers in the memory buttons. Remember to
use a different memory button each time a number
is stored. The ARROW indicators will glow to lead
you through the memory store sequence.
To rest the handset when the
Relate 600 is wall mounted.
Twist and turn it until it locks
into place.
How to use your
Relate 600
If your phone is unplugged from its socket, the memory will
hold the stored numbers for 5 minutes. If unplugged for
more than 5 minutes, the numbers may be lost and you will
need to re-programme.
Using the memory to store and dial Friends
& Family numbers
To dial numbers stored in the memory
• Pick up the handset.
• Press the MEMORY button of the number you
wish to call.
• Relate 600 will dial the number automatically.
You can store up to 10 of your most important, or
regularly used numbers, and then dial them by
pressing just one button for each.
2
• When the call is answered, proceed with your
conversation and replace the handset on completion.
Call My Bill
• Pick up the handset.
• Press the CALL MY BILL button.
• Listen to the billing information about your last
phone bill.
• Replace the handset.
To change numbers stored in the memory
To change or replace telephone numbers stored in
the MEMORY, simply repeat the process used for
storing the original numbers, but key in the new
number. The number stored in that location is
automatically replaced with the new one you are
entering.
Using Call My Bill and button C as extra
memory stores
To re-programme Call My Bill and button C
Additional features
• Pick up the handset and lift the directory label.
A
To redial a telephone number at the touch of
a button
• Press START button A (a single ‘beep’ will be heard).
REDIAL
Call My Bill
• Pick up the handset.
• Press the REDIAL button.
• The last dialled number is redialled automatically
and shown on the display.
C
• Press button C or CALL MY BILL button.
• Key in the phone number you wish to store
(up to 16 digits).
B
Using the secrecy button
Using the SECRECY button allows you to talk to
• Press button B to confirm (two ‘beeps’ will be
heard).
• Replace the handset and directory label.
someone in the same room whilst on a call, without
the person on the other end of the line hearing your
conversation.
To restore button Call My Bill and button C
(to factory setting)
• Pick up the handset and lift the directory label.
• Press START button A (a single ‘beep’ will be
heard).
• Press button C or CALL MY BILL button twice.
• Press button B to confirm (two ‘beeps’ will be heard).
• Replace the handset and directory label.
SECRECY
• During a call, press and release the SECRECY
button. You will now be able to talk without the
person on the other end of the line hearing your
conversation.
• The SECRECY LED will glow.
• Release the SECRECY button again to continue
your call.
Using the recall button
RECALL
If your Relate 600 is connected to a PBX, the RECALL
button enables you to use features provided by the
switchboard. Please contact your communications
manager or PBX supplier for details.
Using the Call timer facility
Relate 600 allows you to time the length of a call
simply by pressing the timer button. The display
shows the time in minutes and seconds.
The RECALL button can also be used in conjunction
with BT Select Services.
00:00
If you are connected to a digital exchange, you can subscribe
to a range of useful BT Select Services.
If you wish to subscribe to any of these, or need further
information, contact BT on FREEfone 0800 800 152
(residential customers) or FREEfone 0800 800 154
(business customers), 8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday.
• Lift the handset and dial the number required.
• When your call is answered, press timer button,
the display will show the length of the previous call.
• Press the timer button again to start the timer.
• The timer will automatically stop when the handset
is replaced.
Using your Relate 600 with a PBX
Using the ‘Call My Bill’ function
If your Relate 600 is to be connected to switchboard,
make sure that the switchboard uses Timed Break
Recall. For further help and advice with this, contact
BT on FREEfone 0800 800 154.
Have your account number ready for reference; this is
available on your phone bill.
3
Technical
information
Help
If you have any problems using your
Relate 600, this section will give you
the most common, easy-to-follow
solutions.
Environment
Your Relate 600 should be kept free of dust, moisture,
high temperature, vibration and should not be
exposed to direct sunlight. Do not stand it on carpets
or other surfaces which generate fibres, or place it
in locations which prevent the free flow of air over
its surfaces.
If you have no dialling tone
• Check that your Relate 600 is correctly connected
to the phone socket.
If your phone does not ring
Warning
The apparatus is only designed to be operated in
a normal office, or domestic environment, where
the relative humidity does not exceed 60%. It
should not be used in bathrooms or near water.
• Check ringer volume is not set to OFF by mistake.
• You may have overloaded your system.
Check other telephones/faxes on the property.
(See ‘Ringer Equivalence Number’ opposite.)
You may connect it to
If you still have a problem, you can check whether
or not your line, or socket, is faulty.
• Direct exchange lines providing Multi-Frequency
(MF) signalling and Timed Break Recall facilities.
• Extensions with new plug and socket arrangements
provided with these direct exchange lines.
• Compatible PBXs.
• If you have a working phone, or another extension,
unplug it and connect it to your Relate 600 instead.
• If it works, the original socket may be faulty.
• If Relate 600 does not work, it may be faulty.
Important! Compatible PBXs
What to do if the above tips do not correct
the fault
Your Relate 600 is only approved for use with
compatible PBXs, including those which do not provide
secondary proceed indication. Even if you do have
a compatible PBX, it cannot be guaranteed that the
telephone will operate correctly under all possible
conditions of connection. If you experience any
difficulties or would like a list of suitable PBXs,
contact BT on Freefone 0800 800 154.
If you rented your Relate 600: contact your local BT
fault service on BT Freefone 0800 800 151.
Guarantee
This product is guaranteed for 1 year, provided that:
• The goods have only been used for their intended
purpose, and have not been subjected to misuse,
or been wilfully or accidentally damaged.
• The goods have not been tampered with or repaired
by anyone other than BT, its staff, or agents.
Ringer Equivalence Number (REN)
If you connect too many telephones or other devices
to your telephone line, they may not ring correctly.
To determine how many telephones and devices can
be connected to your line, add together all the RENs
of all the apparatus you wish to connect. If this total
exceeds 4, they might not ring or operate correctly.
Warranty
Some suppliers offer extended warranty schemes for cover
outside the initial 12-month period. Please ask them for
details of the standards against which approval was granted.
The REN of your Relate 600 and the majority of
telephones in the UK (unless otherwise marked) is 1.
4
Offices in Europe, North America,
Japan and Asia Pacific.
The telecommunications services described in this publication
are subject to availability and may be modified from time to time.
Services and equipment are provided subject to British
Telecommunications plc’s respective standard conditions of contract.
Nothing in this publication forms any part of any contract.
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British Telecommunications plc in the UK.
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Registered Office: 81 Newgate Street, London EC1A 7AJ.
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