Gigaset AL140/AL145
New messages in the calls list/
answer machine (network mailp. 8) are indicated by
box) list (
a flashing display.
The handset at a glance
1 Charge status of the batteries
2 Answer machine icon
(AL145 only)
3 Display keys
4 Message key
5 Control key (u)
6 Talk key
7 Directory key
(press down on
the control key)
8 End call key and On/Off key
9 Ringer tone on/off (press 5
and hold in idle status)
10 Keypad lock on/off
(press and hold)
11 Recall key
- Consultation call (flash)
- Dialling pause (press and hold)
12 Microphone
13 "Microphone off" key
Display keys:
Pressing a key launches the function
that appears above that key in the display.
Function when pressed
Call other registered
p. 10.
Open main/submenu
(see Menu tree
p. 14).
Go back one menu level.
Scroll up/down or adjust
volume with u.
Move cursor to left/right
with u.
Backspace deletes one
character at a time.
Confirm menu function
or save entry.
The base station at a glance
You are helping to protect the environment with your Gigaset AL140/
Reduced energy consumption
Your telephone has an energy-saving adapter plug and uses less energy.
Reduced transmission power
Registration/paging key:
Search for handsets (press
p. 10)
briefly, "Paging"
Register handsets (press and
p. 10).
The transmission power of your telephone is reduced automatically:
The handset's transmission power is reduced depending on the distance to
the base station. The transmission power on the base station is reduced to
virtually zero when only one handset is registered and the handset is in the
base station.
You can reduce the transmission power of the handset and base station
p. 15):
even more by using Eco Mode/Eco Mode+ (see Menu tree
◆ Eco Mode: 80% transmission power reduction in standby mode and during a call (the range of the base station is reduced).
◆ Eco Mode+: 100% transmission power deactivation in standby mode
(top left display icon ½). Press and hold the talk key c to check that the
base station can be reached. You will hear the ringing tone if the base
station can be reached.
Gigaset helpdesk: 0845 3670812 (for further details
¢ p. 12)
Safety precautions
Read this user guide and the safety precautions carefully
before use. Explain their contents and the potential hazards
associated with using the telephone to your children.
Only use the mains unit supplied.
Do not use your phone in environments with a
potential explosion hazard, e.g. paint shops.
If you give your Gigaset to someone else, make
sure you also give them the user guide.
Please remove faulty base stations from use or
have them repaired by our service, as they could
interfere with other wireless services.
Batteries should not be disposed of in general
household waste. Observe the local waste disposal regulations, details of which can be obtained
from your local authority or the dealer you purchased the product from.
All electrical and electronic equipment must be
disposed of separately from general household
waste using the sites designated by local authorities.
If a product displays this symbol of a crossed-out
rubbish bin, the product is subject to European
Directive 2002/96/EC.
The appropriate disposal and separate collection
of used equipment serve to prevent potential
harm to the environment and to health. They are a
precondition for the re-use and recycling of used
electrical and electronic equipment.
For further information on disposing of your used
equipment, please contact your local authority,
your refuse collection service or the dealer you
purchased the product from.
Wipe the base station, charging cradle and handset
with a damp cloth (do not use solvent) or an antistatic
Never use a dry cloth. This can cause static.
Contact with liquid
Fit only the recommended, rechargeable
p. 12), i.e. never use a conventional
batteries (
(non-rechargeable) battery or other battery types
as this could result in significant health risks and
personal injury.
The operation of medical appliances may be
affected. Be aware of the technical conditions
in your particular environment, e.g. doctor's surgery.
Do not hold the rear of the handset to your ear
when it is ringing. Otherwise you risk serious and
permanent damage to your hearing.
The handset may cause an unpleasant humming
noise in hearing aids.
Do not install the phone in a bathroom or shower
room. The handset and base station are not
Emergency numbers cannot be dialled if the keypad lock
p. 1) is activated!
Not all of the functions described in this user guide are available in all countries.
If the handset has come into contact with liquid:
1. Switch off the handset and remove the battery
pack immediately.
2. Allow the liquid to drain from the handset.
3. Pat all parts dry, then place the handset with the
battery compartment open and the keypad facing
down in a dry, warm place for at least 72 hours
(not in a microwave, oven etc.).
4. Do not switch on the handset again until it is
completely dry.
When it has fully dried out, you will normally be able
to use it again.
First steps
Check the pack contents
One Gigaset AL140/AL145 base station,
one mains adapter,
one Gigaset AL14H handset,
one phone cord,
one battery pack,
one battery cover,
one user guide.
If you have purchased a model with multiple handsets, the package should contain one
battery pack, a battery cover and a charging cradle with mains adapter for each additional
Setting up the base station and charging cradle (if included)
The base station and charging cradle are designed for use in enclosed dry rooms with a temperature range of +5 °C to +45 °C.
Set up the base station at a central location on a flat, non-slip surface in your house or
Please note
Pay attention to the range of the base station.
This is up to 300 m in unobstructed outdoor areas and up to 50 m inside buildings. The
p. 15).
range is reduced when Eco Mode is activated (
The phone's feet do not usually leave any marks on surfaces. However, due to the multitude of
different varnishes and polishes used on today's furnishings, the occurrence of marks on the
surfaces cannot be completely ruled out.
You can also mount the base station and charging cradle on the wall.
Please note:
◆ Never expose the telephone to the influence of heat sources, direct sunlight or other electrical devices.
◆ Protect your Gigaset from moisture, dust, corrosive liquids and vapours.
Connecting the base station
¤ First connect the mains adapter 1.
¤ Then connect the telephone jack 2 and
insert the cables into the cable ducts.
Please note:
◆ The mains adapter must always be connected, as the phone will not operate
without mains connection.
◆ Only use the mains adapter and phone
cord supplied. Pin connections on telephone cables can vary.
Connecting the charging cradle (if included)
¤ Connect the flat plug from the power supply 1.
¤ Plug the mains adapter into the plug socket 2.
If you need to disconnect the plug from the charging cradle,
press the release button 1 and disconnect the plug 2.
Setting up the handset for use
The display is protected by a plastic film. Please remove the protective film!
Inserting the battery pack and closing the battery cover
◆ Place the battery leads in the lead guides so that the battery cover cannot catch on
leads and damage them when it is closed.
◆ Use only the rechargeable battery pack recommended by Gigaset Communications
p. 12), i.e. never use a conventional (non-rechargeable) battery pack as this
GmbH (
could result in significant health risks and personal injury. For example, the battery
pack could explode. The phone could also malfunction or be damaged as a result of
using batteries that are not of the recommended type.
¤ Insert the plug into the socket
as shown in the enlarged view.
¤ Insert the battery pack.
¤ Place the leads in the lead
¤ Place the cover on the battery compartment
as shown in the diagram, then push it up
until it clicks into position.
If you need to open the battery cover, for
instance to replace the batteries:
Press down on the battery cover below its
upper end and slide the cover down.
Placing the handset in the base/charging cradle
¤ Place the handset in the base/charging cradle with its display facing forward.
Each handset is registered with the base at the factory. You do not need to complete a registration. If you wish to use your handset with a different base or use further handsets with your
p. 10).
base, you will have to register the handset manually (
To charge the batteries, leave the handset in the base/charging cradle.
Please note
Only place the handset in the base/charging cradle that is intended for it.
Initial charging and discharging of the batteries
The correct charge level can only be displayed if the batteries are first fully charged and discharged.
¤ Place the handset in the base/charging cradle for 7 hours.
¤ Then remove the handset from the
base/charging cradle and do not
replace it until the batteries are fully
Please note
◆ After the first battery charge and discharge you may replace your handset in the base/
charging cradle after every call.
◆ Always repeat the charging and discharging procedure if you remove the batteries
from the handset and reinsert them.
◆ The batteries may warm up during charging. This is not dangerous.
◆ After a while, the charge capacity of the batteries will decrease for technical reasons.
Setting the date and time
Set the date and time so that the correct date and time can be assigned to incoming calls, and
so that the alarm can be used.
¢ ¢
~ (enter the day, month and year in 6-digit format)
~ (enter hours and minutes in 4-digit format)
OK (display message: Saved)
a (press and hold to return to idle status)
Please note
When entering the time and date, you can move the position of an entry to the left or right
by pressing the control button up or down.
Display in idle status
Once the phone is registered and the time set, the idle display
is shown as in this example.
Charge status of the batteries:
– = e V (flat to full)
– = flashes: batteries almost flat
– e V flashes: charging
If more than one handset is registered to the base station, the
internal handset number appears in the top left of the display,
e.g. 2.
p. 15) is activated, the ½ icon is displayed in the top left.
If Eco Mode+ (
If the answer machine is activated (AL145), the answer machine icon ± will be displayed in
the header. Your answer machine is set with a pre-recorded announcement.
Activating/deactivating the handset
Press and hold the a key to activate or deactivate the handset.
If you place a deactivated handset in the base station or charging cradle, it will automatically
Your phone is now ready for use.
If you have any questions about using your phone, please read the tips on troubleshooting
p. 12) or contact our Customer Care team
p. 12.
("Questions and answers"
Making calls
Using the directory and lists
Making external calls and ending
External calls are calls using the public telephone network.
~ (Enter the phone number) c.
The phone number is dialled. (Or you can first press
and hold c [dial tone] and then enter the number.)
During the call you can adjust the earpiece volume
using t and set the volume with u.
End the call/cancel dialling:
Press the end call key a.
You can automatically insert a network provider dialling code before any phone number (see Menu tree
p. 15).
Accepting a call
The handset indicates an incoming call by ringing
and by a display on the screen.
Press the talk key c to accept the call.
When Auto Answer is activated (see Menu tree
p. 15), simply remove the handset from the base
station/charging cradle.
In idle status, use t to activate the menu for setting
the call volume and use u to set the volume.
Calling Line Identification
When you get a call, the caller's number will be displayed on your handset; the caller's name will be displayed if it is stored in the directory.
1 You have asked your network provider for the caller's number (CLIP) to be displayed on your handset screen.
2 The caller has asked the network provider for his
number to be identified (CLI).
® appears in the display if you have not
requested Calling Line Identification, Withheld
appears if the caller has withheld CLI, and Unavailable
appears if CLI has not been requested.
You can mute your handset when making external
calls. Your caller can no longer hear you.
Press the "Microphone off" key m during the call to
activate/deactivate the function.
To open the directory: press h.
You can save up to /AL145 phone numbers (max. 32
digits) with corresponding names (max. 14 characp. 11.
ters). Enter letters/characters
Saving the first number in the directory
h ¢ New Entry? ¢ OK ¢ ~ (enter number) ¢ OK
¢ ~ (enter name) ¢ OK
Storing a number in the directory
h ¢ MENU ¢ New Entry ¢ OK
¢ ~ (enter number) ¢ OK
¢ ~ (enter name) ¢ OK
Selecting a directory entry
Open the directory with h. You have the following
◆ Use u to scroll through the entries until the
required name is selected.
◆ Enter the first character of the name and scroll to
the entry with u, if required.
Dialling with the directory
h ¢ u (select entry) ¢ c
Using other functions
h ¢ u (select entry) ¢ MENU
The following functions can be selected with u:
New Entry
Save new phone number.
Show Number
Display the phone number.
Use Number
Edit Entry
Edit or add to the number. Then
dial or use other functions with
Edit selected entry.
Delete Entry
Delete selected entry.
Send Entry
Send a single entry to another
p. 8).
handset (
Delete all directory entries.
Delete List
Send List
Send the complete list to another
p. 8).
handset (
For shortcuts, assign the current
entry to a key.
Using shortcut keys
You can assign directory entries to the keys 0 and 2–9:
h ¢ u (select entry) ¢ MENU ¢ Shortcut ¢ OK
¢ ~ (press the key you want to assign the entry to)
To dial, press and hold the required shortcut key.
Sending the directory to another handset
◆ The sending and receiving handsets must both be
registered to the same base station.
◆ The other handset and the base station can send
and receive directory entries.
h ¢ u (select entry) ¢ MENU ¢ Send Entry /
Send List ¢ OK ¢ ~ (enter the internal number of
the receiving handset)
¢ OK
Last number redial list
This list contains the ten last dialled numbers.
Dialling from the last number redial list
c (press briefly) ¢ u (select entry) ¢ c
Managing entries in the last number redial list
c (press briefly) ¢ u (select entry) ¢ MENU
The calls list is displayed as follows:
CallsList 01+02
Number of new entries + number of old, read entries
Open the calls list
f ¢ CallsList 01+02 ¢ OK
The last incoming call is displayed.
If necessary, use u to select another entry.
Using other functions
u (select entry) ¢ MENU
The following functions can be selected with u:
Delete Entry
Delete current entry.
Copy to Dir.
Copy an entry to the directory.
Call date and time (if set).
New Call: new missed call. Old Call: entry already read. Answ.: call taken.
Delete List
Warning! All old and new entries
will be deleted.
You can select the following settings:
Use Number
Copy to Dir.
Edit or add to the number.
Then dial or use other functions
with MENU.
Copy an entry to the directory.
Delete Entry
Delete selected entry.
Delete List
Delete all entries.
Calling back a caller from the calls list
f ¢ CallsList 01+02 ¢ OK ¢ u (select entry)
Answer machine list (AL145 only)
Calls list/answer machine (network
mailbox) list
An advisory tone sounds and the message key
flashes as soon as a new entry appears in the calls
list/answer machine list. A message appears in the
When you press the f key, all the lists are displayed.
If only one list contains new messages, this will be
opened automatically.
You can use the answer machine list to listen to the
messages that are on the answer machine.
The answer machine list is displayed as follows:
VoiceMail 01+02
Number of new messages + number of old, played back messages
Opening the answer machine list
f ¢ VoiceMail 01+02 ¢ OK
Please note:
If calls are saved in the network mailbox, you will
receive a message if the appropriate settings have
been made (depending on your network provider).
If you have new messages, playback will start with the
first new message, otherwise with the first old message.
Calls list
The following functions can be selected with u:
Precondition: CLIP (
p. 7)
Depending on the type of list set, the calls list conp. 15)
tains (
◆ answered calls
◆ missed calls
◆ calls recorded by the answer machine (AL145
Depending on the type of list set, all numbers of the
last 25 incoming calls are saved or just the missed
calls are saved.
Using other functions
u (Select entry) ¢ MENU
Resume paused playback.
Set the volume.
Copy to Dir.
Copy an entry to the directory.
Delete all old
Delete all old messages.
Operating the answer
machine (AL145)
Deleting all old messages
During playback or pause:
The answer machine is operated from the handset.
The telephone is supplied with a pre-recorded
announcement. You can only record your own
announcement messages using the handset. This
pre-recorded announcement is used if no personal
announcement is available.
. The telephone is supplied with a pre-recorded
announcement. You can only record your own
announcement messages using the handset. This
pre-recorded announcement is used if no personal
announcement is available.
If the memory is full, the answer machine switches
itself off automatically. It activates again automatically when you delete old messages.
Activating/deactivating the answer machine
Voice Mail
OK (‰ = on)
¢ OK ¢ Answer Mach.
When you switch on the answer machine, the ± icon
appears in the display.
Recording your own announcement
¢ Voice Mail ¢ OK ¢ Announcements
¢ ¢ Rec announce ¢ OK ¢ Speak after OK
You hear the ready tone (short tone). Now speak your
announcement (at least 3 sec.). Press OK to confirm or
press a or ” to reject your recording. After recording, the announcement is played back for you to
Please note:
Recording ends automatically when the max. recording time of 170 seconds is reached or if there is a
break in speaking of more than 2 seconds.
Playing back or deleting announcements
See Menu tree
¢ p. 14.
Playing/deleting messages
¢ Delete all old ¢ OK (Confirm the security
Picking up a call from the answer machine
You can still accept a call while the answer machine is
recording the message by pressing c . Recording
stops and you can speak to the caller.
Setting up the answer machine
The answer machine has already been preset at the
factory. Make individual settings using the handset.
Details on how to set a delay time, after which the
answer machine is to answer a call, as well as details
on how to set the recording length and activate call
screening during the recording, are available from the
p. 14.
Menu tree
Assigning key 1 for fast access to the
answer machine (network mailbox)
Simply press and hold key 1 on the handset and you
will be connected directly to the answer machine
(network mailbox).
p. 14.
See Menu tree
Remote operation when on the move
You can check and activate your answer machine
from any other telephone (hotel, pay phone etc.).
◆ You have set a system PIN other than 0000
p. 15.
◆ The phone you are using for remote operation has
touch tone dialling (DTMF), i.e. you hear different
tones when you press the keys.
Calling the answer machine and playing back
~ (Dial your own number) ¢ while listening to your
announcement: press the 9 key and enter the system
Open the answer machine list to play back messages.
Stopping and controlling playback
During message playback:
The following keys are used for operation:
Stop playback. Press 2 again to resume.
Skip to the previous message.
Skip to the next message.
Skip to the next message but one.
Go to the start of the current message.
Deleting individual messages
While playback is paused, press the ˜ display key.
Go to the start of the current message.
Press twice to go back to the previous message.
Stop playback. Press again to resume.
Skip to next message.
Delete current message.
Activating the answer machine
~ (Enter your own number and allow the phone to ring
until you hear the message: "Please enter PIN") ¢ ~
Using several handsets
Making internal calls
enter system PIN
Your answer machine is activated. It tells you how
much memory time is left. The messages are now
played back. The answer machine cannot be deactivated remotely.
Locating a handset
You can locate your handset using the base station.
◆ Briefly press the registration/paging key on the
p. 1).
base station (
◆ All handsets will ring simultaneously ("paging"),
even if the ringer tones are deactivated.
End paging: briefly press the register/paging key on
p. 1) or the talk key c on a handthe base station (
Registering handsets
You can register up to four handsets to your base station (Gigaset AL14H) recommended).
Each additional handset must be registered on the
base station in order for it to work properly!
1. On the handset
¢ ¢
Register HS
Enter the system PIN of the base
OK. station (default is 0000)
Registering flashes in the display.
2. On the base station
within 60 sec. of entering the system PIN, press and
p. 1) hold the registration/paging key (
(min. 3 sec.).
Registration takes approx. 1 minute.
Handsets are assigned the lowest available internal
number (1-4). If the internal numbers 1–4 are already
assigned to other devices, the number 4 will be overwritten.
De-registering handsets
Handsets can only be de-registered by resetting the
base station to its default settings. This will also reset
p. 11.
every other setting
If you have only registered handsets for other GAPcompatible devices, these can only be de-registered
p. 11.
with a hardware reset
Internal calls are free calls to other handsets that are
registered to the same base station.
To make a call to other handsets, press
~ (1...4, enter internal number of the
OK, the handset is called or
star key P
OK, all handsets are
When a participant answers you can speak to them.
To end the call, press a.
Internal consultation call/connecting
a call
You are in conversation with an external participant.
Press the INT key and call one or all handsets. The
external participant hears the hold music.
◆ Before the internal participant has answered,
press the end call key a; the call is diverted to the
participant who answers the call.
◆ After the internal participant has answered, you
can talk to him. Press the end call key a; the call is
diverted, or press the display key ; you are reconnected to the external participant.
Listening in to an external call
You are conducting an external call. An internal participant can listen in on this call and take part in the
conversation (conference).
Precondition: The Listening in function must be activated.
Activating/deactivating listening in
¢ ¢
Listening in
OK (‰ = on)
¢ OK
Internal listening in (conference)
You want to listen in to an existing external call.
Briefly press and hold the c key. You can listen in to
the call. All participants hear a signal tone.
To end: press the end call key a. All participants hear
a signal tone.
If the first internal participant presses the end call key
a, the handset that has "listened in" remains connected to the external participant.
Setting the alarm clock
Activating/deactivating the alarm clock
Alarm Clock
OK (‰ = on)
¢ OK ¢ Activation
When activated:
¢ Set the wake-up time ¢ OK
When the alarm clock rings, press any key to switch it
off for 24 hours. If the alarm clock is set, the wake-up
icon l will appear on the screen and the wake-up
time will be displayed instead of the date.
Setting the wake-up time
¢ Alarm Clock ¢ OK ¢ Wake-up time
the base station while reconnecting the power cable
to the base station. Release the key after approximately 5 seconds.
Repeater mode
With a repeater you can increase the range of your
base station. You will need to activate repeater mode
p. 15). Repeater mode and Eco mode or Eco
p. 1) cancel each other out.
mode+ (
Enter the wake-up time in hours and minutes, then
press OK.
Operating the base station on
the PABX
Phone settings
The following settings are only necessary when your
PABX requires them, see the user guide for your PABX.
When entering the digits, enter them slowly one after
the other.
For details on how to make audio settings, see Menu
p. 14.
For details on how to set the system PIN on the base
p. 15.
station, see the Menu tree
Changing the display language
¢ ¢
¢ ¢
select the language
The current language is indicated by ‰.
¢ OK If you accidentally choose a language you do not
¢ 4 2 1 (press the keys one after the other)
Select the correct language with u and press OK.
You can reset individual settings and changes that
you have made. Entries in the directory, the calls list
and the handset's registration to the base station will
be retained.
¢ OK ¢ Handset ¢ OK
¢ OK
Cancel the reset with a.
Restoring the base station to the
factory settings
When restoring factory settings:
◆ All handsets are de-registered
◆ Individual settings are reset
◆ All lists are deleted
◆ The system PIN is reset to the original code 0000
Only the date and time are retained.
Software reset
¢ ¢ Base ¢ OK
Base Reset
ling mode flashes: 0 = touch tone dialling (DTMF); 1 = dial
pulsing (DP)
enter number
Setting recall
MENU ¢ 4 I O 1 2 ¢ The number for the current
recall flashes: 0 = 80 ms; 1 = 100 ms; 2 = 120 ms;
3 = 400 ms; 4 = 250 ms; 5 = 300 ms; 6 = 600 ms;
enter number
7 = 800 ms
Changing pause after line seizure
Resetting the handset
Reset Handset
Changing the dialling mode
MENU ¢ 4 I O 1 1 ¢ The number for the set dial-
Hardware reset
Disconnect the power cord from the base station.
p. 1) on
Hold down the registration/paging key (
You can set the length of the pause inserted between
pressing the talk key c and sending the phone
The number for the current
pause length flashes: 1 = 1 sec.; 2 = 3 sec.; 3 = 7 sec.
enter number
Changing the pause after the recall key
MENU ¢ 4 I O 1 4 ¢ The number for the current
pause length flashes: 1 = 800 ms; 2 = 1600 ms; 3 = 3200
enter number
Entering letters/characters
Press the relevant key the number of times indicated.
Briefly press the hash key # to switch from "Abc" to
"123" mode, from "123" to "abc"mode and from "abc"
to "Abc" mode.
Standard characters
1x 2x
a b
d e
g h
j k
m n
p q
t u
w x
. ,
* /
7x 8x 9x 10x11x12x13x14x
ù û
ý æ ø
- : ¿
> %
appears in
the display.
The handset is not
switched on.
No wireless
to the base station,
Base flashes in
the display.
You cannot
hear a ringer/
dialling tone
from the fixed
line network.
Recommended batteries
Nickel-metal-hydride (NiMH)
(Valid at the time of going to press)
The handset is supplied with recommended
Base station power consumption
ca. 1,0 W
ca. 0,8 W
ca. 1,0 W
ca. 1,2 W
ca. 1,0 W
ca. 1,2 W
General specifications
DECT standard
GAP standard
Base station power supply
Environmental conditions
in operation
1) Space
In standby mode
– Handset in base station
– Handset outside base station
During a call
Press the end call
key a for approx.
5 seconds or place the
handset in the base
The batteries are Charge or replace the
The handset is out- Move the handset
side the range of closer to the base
the base station.
The handset is not
Register the handset
p. 10.
The base station is
Check the mains connot turned on.
nector on the base stap. 3.
The phone cord
Please always use the
supplied has not phone cord supplied or
been used or has ensure that the
been replaced by a pin connections are
new cord with the correct when purchaswrong jack coning from a retailer: nections.
3-4 assignment of
telephone leads/
The system PIN you Reset the system PIN to
have entered is
the default 0000
p. 11.
All handsets are de-registered. All settings are reset. All lists
are deleted.
is supported
is supported
(the Gigaset handset operates only with a Gigaset
up to 300 m outdoors up to 50 m indoors
230 V ~/50 Hz
+5 °C to +45 °C, 20% to
75% relative humidity
Questions and answers
If you have any queries about the use of your telephone, visit our website at www.gigaset.com/customercare for 24-hour support. The table below contains a list of
common problems and possible solutions.
Error tone
sounds after system PIN
PIN forgotten.
Service (Customer Care)
We offer you support that is fast and tailored to your
specific needs!
Our Online Support on the Internet can be reached
any time from anywhere.
www.gigaset.com/customercare It provides you with 24/7 support for all our products.
It also provides a list of FAQs and answers plus user
guides and current software updates (if available for
the product) for you to download.
You will also find frequently asked questions and
answers in the appendix of this user guide.
For personal advice on our range of products and
assistance with repairs or guarantee/warranty claims
you can contact us on:
UK helpdesk: 0 84 53 67 08 12.
Please have your proof of purchase ready when calling with regard to guarantee/warranty claims.
Replacement or repair services are not offered in
countries where our product is not sold by authorised
This device is intended for analogue phone
lines in the UK.
Country-specific requirements have been taken
into consideration.
We, Gigaset Communications GmbH, declare
that this device meets the essential
requirements and other relevant regulations
laid down in Directive 1999/5/EC.
A copy of the 1999/5/EC Declaration of
Conformity is available at this Internet address:
Guarantee Certificate United Kingdom
Without prejudice to any claim the user (customer)
may have in relation to the dealer or retailer, the customer shall be granted a manufacturer's Guarantee
under the conditions set out below:
◆ In the case of new devices and their components
exhibiting defects resulting from manufacturing
and/or material faults within 24 months of purchase, Gigaset Communications shall, at its own
option and free of charge, either replace the
device with another device reflecting the current
state of the art, or repair the said device. In respect
of parts subject to wear and tear (including but
not limited to, batteries, keypads, casing), this
warranty shall be valid for six months from the
date of purchase.
◆ This Guarantee shall be invalid if the device defect
is attributable to improper treatment and/or failure to comply with information contained in the
user guides.
◆ This Guarantee shall not apply to or extend to
services performed by the authorised dealer or
the customer themselves (e. g. installation, configuration, software downloads). User guides and
any software supplied on a separate data medium
shall be excluded from the Guarantee.
◆ The purchase receipt, together with the date of
purchase, shall be required as evidence for invoking the Guarantee. Claims under the Guarantee
must be submitted within two months of the
Guarantee default becoming evident.
◆ Ownership of devices or components replaced by
and returned to Gigaset Communications shall
vest in Gigaset Communications.
◆ This Guarantee shall apply to new devices purchased in the European Union. For Products sold
in the United Kingdom the Guarantee is issued by:
Gigaset Communications UK Limited, Faraday
House, Sir William Siemens Square, Frimley, Camberley, Surrey, GU16 8QD.
◆ Any other claims resulting out of or in connection
with the device shall be excluded from this Guarantee. Nothing in this Guarantee shall attempt to
limit or exclude a Customers Statutory Rights, nor
the manufacturer's liability for death or personal
injury resulting from its negligence.
◆ The duration of the Guarantee shall not be
extended by services rendered under the terms of
the Guarantee.
◆ Insofar as no Guarantee default exists, Gigaset
Communications reserves the right to charge the
customer for replacement or repair.
◆ The above provisions does not imply a change in
the burden of proof to the detriment of the customer.
To invoke this Guarantee, please contact the Gigaset
Communications telephone service. The relevant
number is to be found in the accompanying user
Menu tree
Your phone has an extensive range of features. These
are offered in the form of menus.
To select a function while the phone is in idle status,
press MENU (open menu), use the t and v keys to
scroll to the function you require and press OK to confirm.
Activating/deactivating the alarm clock
1-2 Wake-up time
Input format: HHMM
¢ 4 1 ¢ OK
Audio Settings
2-1 Handset Volume
Can be set to one of 3 levels
2-2 Ringer Volume
5 levels + "crescendo" available
2-3 Ringer Melody
2-4 Advis. Tones
2-5 Battery Low
Alarm Clock
1-1 Activation
To return to idle status: press and hold the a key.
As an alternative to selecting functions using the t and v buttons, you can also enter the digit combination that is in front of the function in the menu tree.
For setting the time and date, for example:
2-3-1 External Calls
10 ringer tones available for external calls
2-3-2 Internal Calls
10 ringer tones available for internal calls
2-3-3 Alarm Clock
10 ringer tones available for alarm clock
During a conversation
2-5-1 Off
Warning tone to indicate
battery is almost flat:
2-5-2 On
2-5-3 During Call
only during a call
Voice Mail
3-1 Set Key 1 (all devices)
with answer
machine only)
3-2 Answer Mach.
3-1-1 Netw. Mailbx
3-1-2 Answer Mach.
Assign key 1 with network mailbox and enter the network mailbox
number (in idle status, press and hold key 1 to dial). Netw. Mailbx: your network provider's answer machine; must be
requested separately. The network mailbox list can be displayed if your
network provider supports this function and if key 1 has been
assigned with the network mailbox.
Assign key 1 with answer machine (in idle status, press and hold to dial).
Activating/deactivating the answer machine
3-3 Call Screening
3-4 Announcements
3-5 Message Length
3-3-2 Base
You can use the loudspeaker on the base station to screen a message
that is being recorded.
3-4-1 Rec announce
¢ p. 9
3-4-2 Play announce
Play your announcement
3-4-3 Del announce
Delete your announcement
3-5-1 Maximum
Do not limit the recording time for each call.
3-5-2 1 Minute
Limit the recording time to 1 minute per call.
3-5-3 2 Minutes
Limit the recording time to 2 minutes per call.
3-5-4 3 Minutes
Limit the recording time to 3 minutes per call.
3-6 Ring Delay
3-6-1 Immediately
Call is answered immediately.
3-6-2 10 sec
Call is answered after 10 seconds.
3-6-3 18 sec
Call is answered after 18 seconds.
3-6-4 30 sec
Call is answered after 30 seconds.
3-6-5 Auto
If there are no new messages, the answer machine answers a call after
18 seconds. If new messages are present, the answer machine answers
a call after just 10 seconds.
4-1 Date/Time
4-2 Handset
4-3 Base
Enter date (DDMMYY format), then time (HHMM format)
¢ p. 11
4-2-1 Language
Set the display language
4-2-2 Auto Answer
Automatically activate/deactivate auto answer
4-2-3 Register HS
Manually register the handset
4-2-4 Reset Handset
Reset the handset
4-3-1 Audio Settings
(AL145 only)
4-3-2 Call list type
¢ p. 11
¢ p. 10
4-3-1-1 Ringer Volume
5 level settings + "crescendo" + "off"
4-3-1-2 Ringer Melody
10 selectable melodies
4-3-2-1 Missed Calls
4-3-2-2 All Calls
¢ p. 8
¢ p. 8
4-3-3 System PIN
Change system PIN (default is 0000)
4-3-4 Base Reset
Restore factory settings
4-3-5 Additional
4-3-6 Listening in
4-3-7 Preselection
¢ p. 7
¢ p. 11
¢ p. 11
¢ p. 1
4-3-5-3 Eco Mode
Activating/deactivating ¢ p. 1
Activate/deactivate the function ¢ p. 10
4-3-5-1 Repeater
4-3-5-2 Eco Mode+
4-3-7-1 Presel. Number
Network provider dialling code,
should be inserted automatically
before the dialled phone number.
4-3-7-2 With Preselect
First digits of the dialling codes,
should be dialled with preselection.
4-3-7-3 Without Presel
First digits of dialling codes, should be
dialled without preselection.
A 3 1 0 0 8 - M2 0 0 1 - L 1 2 1 - 1 - 7 6 1 9
Issued by
Gigaset Communications GmbH
Frankenstr. 2a
D-46395 Bocholt
Manufactured by Gigaset Communications GmbH
under trademark license of Siemens AG. As of 1 Oct. 2011 Gigaset products bearing the
trademark "Siemens" will exclusively use the
trademark "Gigaset".
© Gigaset Communications GmbH 2010
All rights reserved. Subject to availability.
Rights of modification reserved.
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