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CD180
EN User manual
Contents
1 Important safety instructions
Delete a record 16
Delete all records 16
Direct access memory 16
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2 Your CD180 5
What is in the box
Overview of the phone
Overview of the base station
Display icons
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3 Get started 8
Connect the base station 8
Install the handset 8
Configure your phone (country dependent)
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Charge the handset 9
Check the battery level 10
What is standby mode? 10
Check the signal strength 10
Switch your handset On/Off 10
4 Calls 11
Make a call
End a call
Answer a call
Adjust the earpiece volume
Mute the microphone
Make a second call
Answer a second call
Toggle between two calls
Make a conference call with the external
callers
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5 Text and numbers 14
7 Call log 17
View the call records
Save a call record to the phonebook
Delete a call record
Delete all call records
Return a call
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8 Redial list 18
View the redial records
Redial a call
Save a call record to the phonebook
Delete a redial record
Delete all redial records
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9 Phone settings 19
Sound settings
Name the handset
Set the date and time
Set the display language
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10 Services 20
Auto conference 20
Network type 20
Select the recall duration 20
Dial mode 20
Register the handsets 21
Unregister the handsets 21
Restore default settings 21
11 Default settings 22
Enter text and numbers 14
12 Technical data 23
6 Phonebook 15
13 Frequently asked questions 24
View the phonebook
Search a record
Call from the phonebook
Access the phonebook during a call
Add a record
Edit a record
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14 Notice 25
Declaration of conformity 25
Use GAP standard compliance 25
Compliance with EMF 25
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Disposal of your old product and batteries
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1 Important safety
instructions
Caution
•• Use only the power adapter listed in the user
instructions.
•• Use only the batteries listed in the user
instructions.
Power requirements
• This product requires an electrical supply
of 100-240 volts AC. In case of power
failure, the communication can be lost.
• The voltage on the network is classified
as TNV-3 (Telecommunication Network
Voltages), as defined in the standard EN
60950.
Warning
•• The Electrical network is classified as
hazardous. The only way to power down the
charger is to unplug the power supply from
the electrical outlet. Ensure that the electrical
outlet is always easily accessible.
To avoid damage or malfunction
•• Do not allow the charging contacts or the
battery to come into contact with metal
objects.
•• Do not open the handset, base station or
charger as you could be exposed to high
voltages.
•• Do not allow the product to come into
contact with liquids.
•• Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an
incorrect type.
•• Dispose of used batteries according to the
instructions.
•• Always use the cables provided with the
product.
•• For pluggable equipment, the socket-outlet
shall be installed near the equipment and shall
be easily accessible.
•• This equipment is not designed to make
emergency calls when the power fails. An
alternative has to be made available to allow
emergency calls.
•• Do not expose the phone to excessive heat
caused by heating equipment or direct sunlight.
•• Do not drop your phone or allow objects to
fall on your phone.
•• Do not use any cleaning agents containing
alcohol, ammonia, benzene, or abrasives as
these may harm the set.
•• Do not use the product in places where there
are explosive hazards.
•• Do not let small metal objects come into
contact with the product. This can deteriorate
audio quality and damage the product.
•• Active mobile phones in the vicinity may cause
interference.
•• Metallic objects may be retained if placed near
or on the handset receiver.
About operating and storage temperatures
• Operate in a place where temperature is
always between 0°C to +35°C (32°F to
95°F).
• Store in a place where temperature is
always between -20°C and +45°C (-4° F
to 113° F).
• Battery life may be shortened in low
temperature conditions.
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EN
English
2 Your CD180
Congratulations on your purchase and welcome
to Philips!
To fully benefit from the support that Philips
offers, register your product at www.philips.
com/welcome.
What is in the box
Base station
Line cord*
Guarantee
Quick start guide
Note
•• * In some countries, you have to connect the
line adapter to the line cord, then plug the line
cord to the telephone socket.
Handset
Charger
Power adapter
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Overview of the phone
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Earpiece
REDIAL/C
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- Delete text or
digits.
- Cancel operation.
- Enter the redial list.
- Scroll up on the
menu.
- Increase the
earpiece volume.
- Enter the
phonebook.
- End the call.
- Exit the menu/
operation.
- Press and hold to
turn the handset
on/off.
- Make a predial call.
- Press and hold to
enter a pause.
- Mute/unmute the
microphone.
Microphone
R
- Recall key
(This function is
network dependent.)
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- Set the dial mode
(pulse mode or
temporary tone
mode).
- Make and receive
calls.
- Scroll down on the
menu.
- Decrease the
earpiece volume.
- Enter the call log.
MENU/OK - Access the main
menu.
- Confirm the
selection.
- Enter the options
menu.
Battery door
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Icon
- Find handsets.
- Press and hold to register
additional handsets.
Display icons
In standby mode, the icons shown on the main
screen tell you what features are available on
your handset.
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Descriptions
When the handset is off the base
station/charger, the bars indicate
the battery level (full, medium
and low).
When the handset is on the base
station/charger, the bars keep
scrolling until charging completes.
The empty battery icon flashes
and you hear an alert tone.
The battery is low and needs
recharging.
It displays the link status between
the handset and base station. The
more bars are shown, the better
the connection is.
It indicates a received call in the
call log.
It indicates an outgoing call in the
redial list.
It flashes when there is a new
missed call.
It is steadily on when browsing
the missed calls in call log.
It flashes when receiving an
incoming call.
It remains steadily on when you
hang up the phone.
The ringer is off.
It flashes when there is a new
voice message.
It remains steadily on when
the voice messages are already
viewed in the call log.
It is off when there is no voice
message.
It displays when you scroll up/
down a list/increase and decrease
the volume.
There is more digits on the right.
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English
Overview of the base station
3 Get started
•
the power socket on the wall.
Caution
•• Ensure you have read the safety instructions in
the “Important” section before you connect
and install your handset.
Connect the base station
Warning
•• Risk of product damage! Ensure that the
power supply voltage corresponds to the
voltage printed on the back or the underside
of the phone.
•• Use only the supplied power adapter to charge
the batteries.
Note
•• If you subscribe to the digital subscriber line
(DSL) high speed internet service through
your telephone line, ensure you install a DSL
filter between the telephone line cord and
the power socket.. The filter prevents noise
and caller ID problems caused by the DSL
interference. For more information on the DSL
filters, contact your DSL service provider.
•• The type plate is located on the bottom of the
base station.
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Connect each end of the power adapter
to:
• the DC input jack at the bottom of
the base station;
• the power socket on the wall.
Connect each end of the line cord to:
• the telephone socket at the bottom
of the base station;
• the telephone socket on the wall.
Connect each end of the power adapter
to (for multi handset version only):
• the DC input jack at the bottom of
the extra handset charger.
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Install the handset
Caution
•• Risk of explosion! Keep batteries away from
heat, sunshine or fire. Never discard batteries
in fire.
•• Use only the supplied batteries.
•• Risk of decreased battery life! Never mix
different brands or types of batteries.
Warning
•• Check the battery polarity when inserting in
the battery compartment. Incorrect polarity
may damage the product.
The batteries are pre-installed in the handset.
Pull the battery tape off from the battery door
before charging.
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When using your phone for the first time,
you see a welcome message.
Press MENU/OK.
Set the country/language
Select your country/language if prompted,
then press MENU/OK to confirm.
»» The country/language setting is saved.
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3
Select [PHONE SETUP] > [DATE/
TIME], then press MENU/OK to confirm.
Select the setting. Select [DD/MM]
or [MM/DD] as the date display and
[12 HOURS] or [24 HOURS] as the
time display. Then press MENU/OK to
confirm.
»» The setting is saved.
Note
•• The date and time format setting is country
dependent.
Note
•• The country/language setting option is
country dependent. If no welcome message
is displayed, it means the country/language
setting is preset for your country. Then you
can set the date and time.
Set the date and time
Tip
•• To set the date and time later, press REDIAL/
C to skip this setting.
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Press MENU/OK.
Select [PHONE SETUP] > [DATE/
TIME], then press MENU/OK to confirm.
Charge the handset
Place the handset on the base station to charge
the handset. When the handset is placed
correctly on the base station, your hear a
docking sound.
»» The handset starts charging.
Note
•• Charge the batteries for 8 hours before first
use.
•• If the handset becomes warm when the
batteries are being charged, it is normal.
Your phone is now ready to use.
Press the numeric buttons to enter the
date, then press MENU/OK to confirm.
»» The time setting menu is displayed on
the handset.
Press the numeric buttons to enter the
time.
• If the time is in 12-hour format, press
/ to select [AM] or [PM].
Press MENU/OK to confirm.
Set the date and time format
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Press MENU/OK.
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Configure your phone
(country dependent)
Check the battery level
Check the signal strength
It displays the link status between
the handset and base station. The
more bars are shown, the better
the connection is.
•
•
The battery icon displays the current battery
level.
When the handset is off the base
station/charger, the bars indicate
the battery level (full, medium
and low).
When the handset is on the base
station/charger, the bars flash
until charging completes.
The empty battery icon flashes.
The battery is low and needs
recharging.
The handset turns off if the batteries are empty.
If you are on the phone, you hear warning
tones when the batteries are almost empty. The
call gets disconnected after the warning.
What is standby mode?
Your phone is in standby mode when it is idle.
The standby screen displays the handset name
and number/date and time, signal icon, and
battery icon.
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Ensure the handset is linked to the base
station before you make or receive calls
and carry out the phone functions and
features.
If you hear warning tones when you are
on the phone, the handset is almost out
of battery or the handset is out of range.
Charge the battery or move the handset
nearer to the base station.
Switch your handset On/Off
•
Press and hold
to switch off the
handset. The handset’s screen turns off.
Note
•• When the handset is switched off, no call can
be received.
•
Press and hold
to switch on the
handset. It takes a few seconds for the
handset to power up.
Note
•• When the power fails, the phone cannot
access emergency services.
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»» The redial list is displayed and the most
recent number is highlighted.
Press
.
»» The most recent number is then dialed
out.
Call from the redial list
You can make a call from the redial list.
Tip
•• Check the signal strength before you make
a call or when you are in a call. For more
information, see “Check the signal strength” in
the Get started section.
Make a call
Tip
•• For more information, see “Redial a call” in the
Redial list section.
Call from the phonebook
You can make a call from the phonebook list.
You can make a call in these ways:
• Quick call
• Dial before you call
• Redial the most recent number
• Call from the redial list.
• Call from the phonebook list
• Call from the call log
Call from the call log
Quick call
You can return a call from the received or
missed call log.
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2
Press
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Dial the phone number.
»» The number is dialed out.
»» The duration of your current call is
displayed.
Dial before you call
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2
Dial the phone number
• To erase a digit, press REDIAL/C.
• To enter a pause, press and hold #.
Press
to dial out the call.
Redial the most recent number
1
Tip
•• For more information, see “Call from the
phonebook” in the Phonebook section.
Tip
•• For more information, see “Return a call” in
the Call log section.
Note
•• The call timer displays the talk time of your
current call.
Note
•• If you hear warning tones, the handset is
almost out of battery or the handset is out
of range. Charge the battery or move the
handset nearer to the base station.
Press REDIAL/C.
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English
4 Calls
End a call
You can end a call in these ways:
• Press
; or
• Place the handset to the base station
or charging cradle.
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»» The caller cannot hear you, but you
can still hear his voice.
Press again to unmute the microphone.
»» You can now communicate with the
caller.
Make a second call
Answer a call
When the phone rings, press
.
Note
•• This service is network dependent.
Warning
•• When the handset rings, keep the handset
away from your ear to avoid ear damage.
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2
Note
•• The caller ID service is available if you have
registered to the caller ID service with your
service provider.
Press R during a call.
»» The first call is put on hold.
Dial the second number.
»» The number displayed on the screen is
dialed out.
Answer a second call
Tip
•• When there is a missed call, the handset
Note
displays a notification message.
•• This is a country dependent setting.
Turn off the ringer for all incoming
calls
When the phone rings, press
.
Adjust the earpiece volume
Press / to adjust the volume during a call.
»» The earpiece volume is adjusted and
the phone is back to the call screen.
Mute the microphone
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Press during a call.
»» The handset displays [MUTE ON].
EN
When there is a periodical beep to notify you
of an incoming call, you can answer the call in
these ways:
1
2
Press R and
to answer the call.
»» The first call is put on hold, and you
are now connected to the second call.
Press R and
to end the current call
and answer the first call.
Toggle between two calls
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Press R and
.
»» The current call is put on hold, and you
are now connected to the other call.
English
Make a conference call with
the external callers
Note
•• This service is network dependent. Check with
the service provider for additional charges.
When you are connected to two calls, press R,
then .
»» The two calls are combined and a
conference call is established.
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5 Text and
numbers
You can enter text and numbers for handset
name, phonebook records, and other menu
items.
Enter text and numbers
1
2
Press once or several times on the
alphanumeric key to enter the selected
character.
Press REDIAL/C to delete the character.
Press / to move the cursor left and
right.
key
Characters (for English/
Latin/Norwegian/
Danish/Polish)
space 0 Ø
-1
ABC2Æ
DEF3
GHI4
JKL5Ł
MNO6
PQRS7
TUV8
WXYZ9
*?/\()
#‘,-&
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
#
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Key
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Characters (for Greek)
space 0
-1
AB2Γ
ΔEZ3
HΘ|4
KΛM5
NΞO6
ΠPΣ7
TYΦ8
XΨΩ9
This phone has a phonebook that stores up to
50 records. You can access the phonebook from
the handset. Each record can have a name up
to 12 characters long and a number up to 24
digits long.
View the phonebook
Note
•• You can view the phonebook on one handset
only each time.
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2
Press or press MENU/OK >
[PHONEBOOK] > [VIEW] to access the
phonebook list.
Select a contact and view the available
information.
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Call from the phonebook
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2
3
Scroll the contact list
1
2
Press or press MENU/OK >
[PHONEBOOK] > [VIEW] to access the
phonebook list.
Press and to scroll through the
phonebook list.
Enter the first character of a contact
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Press or press MENU/OK >
[PHONEBOOK] > [VIEW] to access the
phonebook list.
Press or press MENU/OK >
[PHONEBOOK] > [VIEW] to access the
phonebook list.
Select a contact in the phonebook list.
Press
to make the call.
Access the phonebook during
a call
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2
Search a record
You can search the phonebook records in these
ways:
• Scroll the contacts list.
• Enter the first character of the contact.
Press the alphanumerical key that
corresponds to the character.
»» The first record that starts with this
character is displayed.
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6 Phonebook
Press MENU/OK, select
[PHONEBOOK] then press MENU/OK
again to confirm.
Select the contact, then press MENU/OK
to confirm.
»» The number can be viewed.
Add a record
Note
•• If your phonebook memory is full, the handset
displays a notification message. Delete some
records to add new ones.
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2
3
4
Press MENU/OK.
Select [PHONEBOOK] > [ADD NEW],
then press MENU/OK to confirm.
Enter the name, then press MENU/OK to
confirm.
Enter the number, then press MENU/OK
to confirm
»» Your new record is saved.
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Tip
•• Press and hold # to insert a pause.
Delete all records
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2
Note
•• The phonebook only saves new number entry.
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Tip
•• For more information on how to edit the
numbers and name, see the section on Text
and numbers.
Edit a record
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2
3
4
5
Press MENU/OK.
Select [PHONEBOOK] > [EDIT], then
press MENU/OK to confirm.
Select a contact, then press MENU/OK
to confirm.
Edit the name, then press MENU/OK to
confirm.
Edit the number, then press MENU/OK
to confirm.
»» The record is saved.
Delete a record
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2
3
4
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Press MENU/OK.
Select [PHONEBOOK] > [DELETE],
then press MENU/OK to confirm.
Select a contact, then press MENU/OK
to confirm.
»» The handset displays a confirmation
request.
Press MENU/OK to confirm.
»» The record is deleted.
EN
Press MENU/OK.
Select [PHONEBOOK] > [DELETE
ALL], press MENU/OK to confirm.
»» The handset displays a confirmation
request.
Press MENU/OK to confirm.
»» All records (except the 2 direct access
memory records) are deleted.
Direct access memory
You have 2 direct access memories (Keys
1 and 2). To dial the saved phone number
automatically, press and hold on the keys in
standby mode.
Depending on your country, Keys 1 and 2 are
preset to [1_VOICEMAIL] (voice mail number)
and [2_INFO SVC] (information service
number) of your network operator respectively.
The call log stores the call history of all missed
or received calls. The incoming call history
includes the name and number of the caller,
call time and date. This feature is available if you
have registered to the caller ID service with
your service provider.
Your phone can store up to 20 call records. The
call log icon on the handset flashes to remind
you of any unanswered calls. If the caller allows
the display of his identity, you can view his
name or number. The call records are displayed
in chronological order with the most recent
received call at the top of the list.
Note
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Enter and edit the number, then press
MENU/OK to confirm.
»» The record is saved.
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7 Call log
Delete a call record
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2
3
4
Press .
»» The incoming call log is displayed.
Select a record, then press MENU/OK to
confirm.
Select [DELETE], then press MENU/OK
to confirm
»» The handset displays a confirmation
requests.
Press MENU/OK to confirm.
»» The record is deleted.
•• Ensure the number in the call list is valid before
you can call back directly from the call list.
Delete all call records
View the call records
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1
2
2
Press .
»» The incoming call log is displayed.
Select a record, then press MENU/OK
and select [VIEW] for more available
information.
Save a call record to the
phonebook
1
2
3
4
Press .
»» The incoming call log is displayed.
Select a record, then press MENU/OK to
confirm.
Select [SAVE NUMBER], then press
MENU/OK to confirm.
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4
Press .
»» The incoming call log is displayed.
Press MENU/OK to enter the options
menu.
Select [DELETE ALL], then press MENU/
OK to confirm
»» The handset displays a confirmation
requests.
Press MENU/OK to confirm.
»» All records are deleted.
Return a call
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2
3
Press
.
Select a record on the list.
Press
to make the call.
Enter and edit the name, then press
MENU/OK to confirm.
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8 Redial list
2
3
The redial list stores the call history of dialed
calls. It includes the names and/or numbers you
have called. This phone can store up to 10 redial
records.
View the redial records
1
Redial a call
2
Press REDIAL/C.
Select a record, then press
»» The number is dialed out.
.
Save a call record to the
phonebook
1
2
3
4
5
Press REDIAL/C to enter the list of dialed
calls.
Select a record, then press MENU/OK to
confirm.
Select [SAVE NUMBER], then press
MENU/OK to confirm.
Enter and edit the name, then press
MENU/OK to confirm.
Enter and edit the number, then press
MENU/OK to confirm.
»» The record is saved.
Delete a redial record
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Press REDIAL/C to enter the list of dialed
calls.
EN
Select [DELETE], then press MENU/OK
to confirm.
»» The handset displays a confirmation
request.
Press MENU/OK to confirm.
»» The record is deleted.
Delete all redial records
Press REDIAL/C.
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2
4
Select a record, then press MENU/OK to
confirm.
3
4
Press REDIAL/C to enter the list of dialed
calls.
Select a record, then press MENU/OK to
confirm.
Select [DELETE ALL], then press MENU/
OK to confirm.
»» The handset displays a confirmation
request.
Press MENU/OK to confirm.
»» The record is deleted.
You can customize the settings to make it your
own phone.
Sound settings
Name the handset
The name of the handset can be up to 10
characters. It is displayed on the handset screen
in standby mode.
1
2
Set the handset’s ringtone volume
3
You can select among 5 ringtone volume
levels or [OFF].
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1
2
3
Press MENU/OK.
For more information, see “Set the date and
time” and “Set the date and time format” “ in
the Get started section.
Set the display language
Press MENU/OK.
Select [PHONE SETUP] > [SOUNDS] >
[RING TONES], then press MENU/OK
to confirm.
Select a ringtone, then press MENU/OK
to confirm.
»» The setting is saved.
Key tone is the sound made when you press a
key on the handset.
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Press MENU/OK to confirm.
»» The setting is saved.
Select a volume level, then press MENU/
OK to confirm.
»» The setting is saved.
Set the key tone
1
2
Enter or edit the name. To erase a
character, press REDIAL/C.
Set the date and time
You can select from 5 ringtones.
3
Select [PHONE SETUP] > [PHONE
NAME], then press MENU/OK to
confirm.
Select [PHONE SETUP] >[SOUNDS] >
[RING VOLUME], then press MENU/OK
to confirm.
Set the handset’s ringtone
1
2
Press MENU/OK.
Press MENU/OK.
Select [PHONE SETUP] > [SOUNDS] >
[KEY TONE], then press MENU/OK to
confirm.
Note
•• This feature only applies to models with
multiple-language support.
•• Languages available for selection vary with
different countries.
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2
3
Press MENU/OK.
Select [PHONE SETUP] >
[LANGUAGE], then press MENU/OK to
confirm.
Select a language, then press MENU/OK
to confirm.
»» The setting is saved.
Select [ON]/[OFF], then press MENU/
OK to confirm.
»» The setting is saved.
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English
9 Phone settings
10Services
The phone supports a number of features that
help you handle and manage the calls.
Auto conference
To join an external call with another handset,
press
.
Activate/Deactivate auto conference
1
2
3
Press MENU/OK.
Select the recall duration
Ensure that the recall time is set correctly
before you can answer a second call. In normal
case, the phone is already preset for the recall
duration. You can select among 3 options:
[SHORT], [MEDIUM] and [LONG]. The
number of available options varies with different
countries. For details, consult your service
provider.
1
2
3
Select [SERVICES] > [CONFERENCE],
then press MENU/OK to confirm.
Select [AUTO]/[OFF], then press
MENU/OK to confirm.
»» The setting is saved.
Press MENU/OK.
Select [SERVICES] > [RECALL TIME],
then press MENU/OK to confirm.
Select an option, then press MENU/OK
to confirm.
»» The setting is saved.
Dial mode
Note
Network type
Note
•• This feature only applies to models with
network type support.
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Press MENU/OK.
Select [SERVICES] > [NETWORK
TYPE], then press MENU/OK.
Select a network type, then press MENU/
OK.
»» The setting is saved.
•• This feature only applies to models that
support both tone and pulse dial.
Dial mode is the telephone signal used in your
country. The phone supports tone (DTMF) and
pulse (rotary) dial. Consult the service provider
for detailed information.
Set the dial mode
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Press MENU/OK.
Select [SERVICES] > [DIAL MODE],
then press MENU/OK to confirm.
Select a dial mode, then press MENU/OK
to confirm.
»» The setting is saved.
Note
•• If your phone is in pulse dial mode, press *
during a call for temporary tone mode. Digits
entered for this call are then sent out as tone
signals.
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Register the handsets
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You can register additional handsets to the base
station. The base station can register up to 4
handsets.
»» The handset is unregistered.
Tip
•• The handset number displays beside the
handset name in standby mode.
Press MENU/OK on the handset.
Select [SERVICES] > [REGISTER], then
press MENU/OK to confirm.
Press and hold
seconds.
on the base station for 5
Enter the system PIN. Press REDIAL/C
to make corrections.
Press MENU/OK to confirm the PIN.
»» Registration is completed in less than 2
minutes. The base automatically assigns
a handset number to the handset.
Note
•• If the PIN is incorrect or no base is found
within a certain period, your handset displays
a notification message. Repeat the above
procedure if registration fails.
Note
Restore default settings
You can reset your phone settings to the
original factory settings.
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Press MENU/OK.
Select [SERVICES] > [RESET], then press
MENU/OK to confirm.
»» The handset displays a confirmation
request.
Press MENU/OK to confirm.
»» All settings are reset.
»» The welcome screen displays.
Tip
•• For more information about the default
settings, see the section on Default settings.
•• The preset PIN is 0000. No change can be
made on it.
Unregister the handsets
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If two handsets share the same base
station, you can unregister a handset with
another handset.
Press MENU/OK.
Select [SERVICES] > [UNREGISTER],
then press MENU/OK to confirm.
Enter the system PIN. (The preset PIN is
0000). Press REDIAL/C to remove the
number.
Select the handset number to be
unregistered.
Press MENU/OK to confirm.
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11Default settings
Language*
Handset name
Date
Date format*
Time
Time format*
Phonebook list
Recall time*
Dial mode*
Area code*
Carrier code*
Receiver volume
Handset ring volume
Handset key tone
PIN code
Country dependent
PHILIPS
01/01/11
Country dependent
00:00am
Country dependent
Unchanged
Country dependent
Country dependent
Country dependent
Country dependent
[VOLUME 3]
[VOLUME 3]
[ON]
0000
Note
•• *Country dependent features
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12Technical data
Display
• Amber LCD backlight
General telephone features
• Caller name & number identification
• Conference call and voicemails
• Maximum talk time: 12 hours
Phonebook list, Redial list and Call log
• Phonebook list with 50 entries
• Redial list with 10 entries
• Call log with 20 entries
Battery
• CORUN: 2 x AAA NiMH 1.2V 500mAh
rechargeable batteries
• SANIK: 2 x AAA NiMH 1.2V 500mAh
rechargeable batteries
Power adapter
Base and charger:
• Philips: SSW-1920UK-2, Input: 100-240V
50/60Hz 0.2A; Output: 6V 500mA
Power consumption
• Power consumption in standby mode:
0.6 W
Weight and dimensions
• Handset: 113.5 grams
• 46.1 x 164.5 x 27.5 mm (W x H x D)
• Base: 97 grams
• 108.4 x 79.5 x 102.0 mm (W x H x D)
• Charger: 50 grams
• 73.5 x 78.5 x 89.5 mm (W x H x D)
Temperature range
• Operation: 0°C to +35°C (32°F to 95°F)
• Storage: -20°C to +45°C (-4°F to 113°F)
Relative humidity
• Operation: Up to 95% at 40°C
• Storage: Up to 95% at 40°C
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13Frequently
asked questions
No signal bar displays on the screen.
•• The handset is out of range. Move it
closer to the base station.
•• If the handset displays
[UNREGISTERED], register your
handset.
Tip
•• For more information, see “Register the
handsets” on the Services section.
If I fail to register the additional handsets to
the base station, what do I do?
Your base memory is full. Unregister the unused
handsets and try again.
No dialing tone
•• Check your phone connections.
•• The handset is out of range. Move it
closer to the base station.
I cannot change the settings of my voice mail,
what do I do?
The voice mail service is managed by your
service provider but not the phone itself.
Contact your service provider to change the
settings.
The handset on the charger does not charge.
•• Ensure the batteries are inserted
correctly.
•• Ensure the handset is placed properly on
the charger. The battery icon animates
when charging.
•• The charging contacts are dirty.
Disconnect the power supply first and
clean the contacts with a damp cloth.
•• Batteries are defective. Purchase new
ones from your dealer.
No display
•• Ensure the batteries are charged.
•• Ensure there are power and phone
connections.
Bad audio (crackles, echo, etc.)
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••
The handset is nearly out of range. Move
it closer to the base station.
•• The phone receives interference from
the nearby electrical appliances. Move the
base station away from them.
•• The phone is at a location with thick
walls. Move the base away from them.
The handset does not ring.
Ensure the handset ringtone is turned on.
The caller ID does not display.
•• The service is not activated. Check with
your service provider.
•• The caller’s information is withheld or
unavailable.
Note
•• If the above solutions do not help, disconnect
the power supply from both the handset and
base station. Try again after 1 minute.
Declaration of conformity
Hereby Philips Consumer Lifestyle, P&A,
declares that the CD180 is in compliance with
the essential requirements and other relevant
provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. You can find
the Declaration of Conformity on www.p4c.
philips.com.
This product has been designed, tested and
manufactured according the European R&TTE
directive 1999/5/EC. Following this directive,
this product can be brought into service in the
following countries:
Use GAP standard
compliance
The GAP standard guarantees that all DECT™
GAP handsets and base stations comply with
a minimum operating standard irrespective of
their make. The handset and base station are
GAP compliant, which means they guarantee
the minimum functions: register a handset,
take the line, make a call and receive a call. The
advanced features may not be available if you
use them with other makes. To register and use
this handset with a GAP compliant base station
of different make, first follow the procedure
described in the manufacturer’s instructions,
then follow the procedure described in this
manual for registering a handset. To register a
handset from different make to the base station,
put the base station in registration mode, then
follow the procedure described in the handset
manufacturer’s instructions.
Compliance with EMF
Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. manufactures
and sells many products targeted at consumers,
which, like any electronic apparatus, in
general have the ability to emit and receive
electromagnetic signals.
One of Philips’ leading Business Principles is to
take all necessary health and safety measures
for our products, to comply with all applicable
legal requirements and to stay well within
the EMF standards applicable at the time of
producing the products.
Philips is committed to develop, produce and
market products that cause no adverse health
effects. Philips confirms that if its products are
handled properly for their intended use, they
are safe to use according to scientific evidence
available today.
Philips plays an active role in the development
of international EMF and safety standards,
enabling Philips to anticipate further
developments in standardization for early
integration in its products.
Disposal of your old product
and batteries
Your product is designed and manufactured
with high quality materials and components,
which can be recycled and reused.
When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is
attached to a product it means that the product
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14Notice
is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/
EC. Please inform yourself about the local
separate collection system for electrical and
electronic products.
Please act according to your local rules and
do not dispose of your old products with your
normal household waste.
Correct disposal of your old product helps to
prevent potential negative consequences for the
environment and human health.
Your product contains batteries covered by the
European Directive 2006/66/EC, which cannot
be disposed with normal household waste.
Please inform yourself about the local rules
on separate collection of batteries because
correct disposal helps to prevent negative
consequences for the environmental and
human health.
When this logo is attached to a product, it
means a financial contribution has been paid to
the associated national recovery and recycling
system.
Environmental information
All unnecessary packaging has been omitted.
We have tried to make the packaging easy to
separate into three materials: cardboard (box),
polystyrene foam (buffer) and polyethylene
(bags, protective foam sheet.)
Your system consists of materials which can
be recycled and reused if disassembled by
a specialized company. Please observe the
local regulations regarding the disposal of
packaging materials, exhausted batteries and old
equipment.
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