KX-UDT111CE/UK_Operating Instructions (English)

Operating Instructions
DECT Portable Station
Model No.
KX-UDT111
Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic product.
Please read this manual carefully before using this product and save this manual for future use.
Please use only the batteries provided and charge the batteries for about 7 hours before using the handset
for the first time. For details, see "Charging the Batteries" in this manual.
Note
In this manual, the suffix of each model number is omitted unless necessary.
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Introduction
Introduction
Outline
This manual describes information about the installation and operation of the PS (Portable Station) handset
and the charger.
Related Documentation
Getting Started
Briefly describes basic information about the installation of the handset and the charger.
Administrator Guide
Describes information about the programming and maintenance of the SIP Cell Station Unit (CS).
Installation Guide
Briefly describes basic information about the installation of the SIP Cell Station Unit (CS).
Manuals and supporting information are provided on the Panasonic Web site at:
http://panasonic.net/pcc/support/sipphone
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The contents and design of the software are subject to change without notice.
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Introduction
Other Information
For Future Reference
Record the information in the space below for future reference.
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The serial number of this product may be found on the label affixed to the inside of the battery
compartment on the back of the handset. You should note the serial number of this unit in the space
provided and retain this manual as a permanent record of your purchase to aid in identification in the
event of theft.
MODEL NO.
SERIAL NO.
DATE OF PURCHASE
NAME OF DEALER
DEALER'S ADDRESS
DEALER'S TEL. NO.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Important Information ..............................................................................6
For Your Safety .................................................................................................................6
Data Security .....................................................................................................................8
Additional Information ......................................................................................................9
Important Safety Instructions ............................................................................................9
For Best Performance ....................................................................................................11
Battery Information .........................................................................................................12
Before Operating the Telephone ..........................................................14
Accessory Information ...................................................................................................14
Location of Controls .......................................................................................................15
Handset Functions ..........................................................................................................17
Setting the Password .....................................................................................................17
Key Lock .........................................................................................................................17
Silent Mode ....................................................................................................................17
Noise Reduction .............................................................................................................18
Power Save Mode ..........................................................................................................18
Display ............................................................................................................................19
Soft Keys ........................................................................................................................20
Other Icons .....................................................................................................................21
Flexible Keys ..................................................................................................................22
Basic Operations .............................................................................................................23
Operation Outline ...........................................................................................................23
Function Menus ...........................................................................................................24
Function Keys ..............................................................................................................24
Selecting the Display Language .....................................................................................25
Changing the Handset Phone Number Display ..............................................................25
Editing the Names of the Flexible Keys ..........................................................................25
Adjusting the Ringer Volume ..........................................................................................25
Changing the Vibrate Setting .........................................................................................25
Adjusting the Receiver/Speaker/Headset Volume .........................................................26
Feature Operations ................................................................................27
Making Calls ....................................................................................................................27
Calling ............................................................................................................................27
One-touch Dialling ..........................................................................................................27
Hot Key Dialling ..............................................................................................................27
Searching for an Item in the Phonebook ........................................................................28
Receiving Calls ................................................................................................................29
Receiving ........................................................................................................................29
Caller ID .........................................................................................................................29
During a Conversation ....................................................................................................30
Holding a Call .................................................................................................................30
Transferring a Call (Call Transfer) ..................................................................................30
Three-party Conference .................................................................................................30
Useful Features ...............................................................................................................31
Call Forwarding/Do Not Disturb ......................................................................................31
Call Waiting ....................................................................................................................32
Listening to Voice Mail Messages ..................................................................................32
Customising the Telephone ..................................................................33
Using the Handset Phonebook ......................................................................................33
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Private Ring ....................................................................................................................33
Storing an Item in the Handset Phonebook ....................................................................33
Locking the Handset Phonebook ...................................................................................35
Assigning Hot Keys ........................................................................................................35
Memo Alarm Setting .......................................................................................................36
Entering Characters ........................................................................................................37
Character Mode Table ....................................................................................................38
Deleting Stored Items .....................................................................................................39
Changing Handset Settings ...........................................................................................40
Handset Setting Menu Layout ........................................................................................40
Installation and Setup ............................................................................48
Battery Installation ..........................................................................................................48
Charger Connection ........................................................................................................48
Charging the Batteries ....................................................................................................49
Charger Wall Mounting ...................................................................................................49
Attaching the Belt Clip ....................................................................................................50
Attaching the Phone Strap .............................................................................................50
Appendix .................................................................................................51
Specifications ..................................................................................................................51
RF Specifications ...........................................................................................................51
Troubleshooting ..............................................................................................................52
Error Messages ...............................................................................................................55
Index..............................................................................................................57
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Important Information
Important Information
For Your Safety
To reduce the risk of injury, loss of life, electric shock,
fire, malfunction, and damage to equipment or property,
always observe the following safety precautions.
Explanation of symbols
The following symbols are used to classify and describe
the level of hazard and injury caused when the
denotation is disregarded and improper use is
performed.
WARNING
Denotes a potential hazard that could result in
serious injury or death.
CAUTION
Denotes a hazard that could result in minor injury or
damage to the unit or other equipment.
The following symbols are used to classify and describe
the type of instructions to be observed.
This symbol is used to alert users to a specific
operating procedure that must not be
performed.
This symbol is used to alert users to a specific
operating procedure that must be followed in
order to operate the unit safely.
WARNING
General Safety
For safety reasons, do not physically modify
the product or any optional equipment.
To prevent possible fire or electric shock, do
not expose this product to rain or moisture.
Follow all warnings and instructions marked
on this product.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
disassemble this product. Only qualified
personnel should service this product.
Opening or removing covers may expose you
to dangerous voltages or other risks. Incorrect
reassembly can cause electric shock.
Unplug the AC adaptor from the AC outlet and
have the product serviced by qualified service
personnel in the following cases:
A. When the power supply cord or plug is
damaged or frayed.
B. If liquid has been spilled into this product.
C. If the product has been exposed to rain or
water.
D. If the product does not operate according
to this manual. Adjust only the controls
that are explained in this manual.
Improper adjustment of other controls
may result in damage and may require
service by a qualified technician to restore
the product to normal operation.
E. If the product has been dropped or
damaged.
F. If product performance deteriorates.
Do not insert objects of any kind into this
product through openings, as they may touch
dangerous voltage points or short out parts
that could result in a risk of fire or electric
shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on or in
the product.
The use of excessive sound volume through
earphones, headphones, or headsets may
cause hearing loss.
Switch off the device when in the proximity of
areas with potentially explosive atmospheres
such as fuel/chemical storage facilities or
blasting operations.
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Important Information
Consult the manufacturer of any personal
medical devices, such as pacemakers, to
determine if they are adequately shielded
from external RF (radio frequency) energy.
(The product operates in the frequency range
of 1880 MHz to 1900 MHz and the output peak
power level is less than 0.25 W.)
The AC adaptor is used as the main
disconnect device. Ensure that the AC outlet
is installed near the product and is easily
accessible.
The product should never be placed near or
over a radiator or other heat source.
Use only the AC adaptor, batteries and
charger indicated in this manual.
Do not use the product in health care facilities
if any regulations posted in the area instruct
you not to do so. Hospitals or health care
facilities may be using devices sensitive to
external RF (radio frequency) energy.
Do not dispose of the batteries in a fire. They
may explode. Check with local authorities for
special disposal instructions.
Unplug the charger from AC outlet if it emits
smoke, an abnormal smell or makes unusual
noise. These conditions can cause fire or
electric shock. Confirm that smoke has
stopped and contact an authorised service
centre.
Do not open or disassemble the batteries.
Released electrolyte is corrosive and may
cause burns or injury to the eyes or skin. The
electrolyte is toxic if swallowed.
Exercise care in handling batteries in order
not to short the batteries to conductive
materials such as rings, bracelets, and keys.
The batteries and/or conductor may overheat
and cause burns.
The batteries pose a choking hazard. Keep
the batteries out of reach of children.
This handset earpiece is magnetised and may
retain small ferrous objects.
Charge the batteries provided with, or
identified for use with, this product only in
accordance with the instructions and
limitations specified in this manual.
Installation
Do not install the product in any other way
than described in relevant manuals.
There is a danger of explosion if the batteries
are incorrectly replaced.
The product may only be installed and
serviced by qualified service personnel.
When you leave the product unused for a long
period of time, unplug the AC adaptor from the
outlet.
The AC adaptor should only be connected to
the type of electric power supply specified on
the charger label. If you are not sure of the
type of power supply to your home, consult
your dealer or local power company.
Do not allow anything to rest on the power
cord. Do not locate the charger where the
power cord may be stepped on or tripped on.
Do not use a microwave oven to dry this
product.
Do not use the AC adaptor if it has been
submerged in water.
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Placement
Do not place the product on an unstable
surface, as a fall may cause serious internal
damage.
This telephone communicates using digital
signals that are difficult to intercept. However, it
is possible that the signals could be intercepted
by a third party.
CAUTION
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Important Information
Data Security
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To avoid unauthorised access to this product:
– Keep the password (e.g., PIN for registration)
secret.
– Change the default password.
– Set a password that is random and cannot be
easily guessed.
– Change the password regularly.
This product can store your private/confidential
information. To protect your privacy/confidentiality,
we recommend that you erase the information such
as the phonebook or call log from the memory
before you dispose of, transfer or return the product,
or have the product repaired.
Set the password when you register the PS to the
CS (Cell Station). For details, see "Setting the
Password (Page 17)".
It is recommended that you lock the phonebook to
prevent stored information from being leaked when
you carry the PS or if the PS is lost.
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Important Information
Additional Information
Important Safety Instructions
When using your telephone equipment, basic safety
precautions, including those below, should always be
followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and
injury to persons.
• Do not use the product near water, for example,
near a bathtub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry
tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool.
• Do not use the telephone in the vicinity of a gas leak
to report the leak.
• Do not mix old and new batteries.
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Information for Users on Collection
and Disposal of Old Equipment and
used Batteries
These symbols on the products,
packaging, and/or accompanying
documents mean that used
electrical and electronic products
and batteries should not be mixed
with general household waste.
For proper treatment, recovery
and recycling of old products and
used batteries, please take them
to applicable collection points, in
accordance with your national
legislation and the Directives
2002/96/EC and 2006/66/EC.
By disposing of these products
and batteries correctly, you will
help to save valuable resources
and prevent any potential negative
effects on human health and the
environment which could
otherwise arise from inappropriate
waste handling.
For more information about
collection and recycling of old
products and batteries, please
contact your local municipality,
your waste disposal service or the
point of sale where you purchased
the items.
Penalties may be applicable for
incorrect disposal of this waste, in
accordance with national
legislation.
For business users in the
European Union
If you wish to discard electrical and
electronic equipment, please
contact your dealer or supplier for
further information.
Information on Disposal in other
Countries outside the European
Union
These symbols are only valid in the
European Union. If you wish to
discard these items, please
contact your local authorities or
dealer and ask for the correct
method of disposal.
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Important Information
Note for the battery symbol
(bottom two symbol examples):
This symbol might be used in
combination with a chemical
symbol. In this case it complies
with the requirement set by the
Directive for the chemical
involved.
The following declaration is
applicable to KX-UDT111CE/
KX-UDT111UK only
This device is a DECT Portable station
operating in the frequency band of 1880 MHz to
1900 MHz.
The usage of this device is generally allowed in
all EU countries.
Panasonic System Networks Co., Ltd. declares
that this equipment is in compliance with the
essential requirements and other relevant
provisions of Radio & Telecommunications
Terminal Equipment (R&TTE) Directive 1999/5/
EC.
Declarations of Conformity for the relevant
Panasonic products described in this manual
are available for download by visiting:
http://www.doc.panasonic.de
Contact to Authorised Representative:
Panasonic Testing Centre
Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, Germany
For users in New Zealand
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This equipment shall not be set to make automatic
calls to the Telecom ‘111’ Emergency Service.
PTC General Warning
• The grant of a Telepermit for any item of terminal
equipment indicates only that Telecom has
accepted that the item complies with minimum
conditions for connection to its network. It indicates
no endorsement of the product by Telecom, nor
does it provide any sort of warranty. Above all, it
provides no assurance that any item will work
correctly in all respects with another item of
Telepermitted equipment of a different make or
model, nor does it imply that any product is
compatible with all of Telecom’s network services.
The Use of IP Networks through the PSTN
• Internet Protocol (IP) by its nature introduces delay
into speech signals as each data packet is
formulated and addressed. Telecom Access
Standards recommends that suppliers, designers
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and installers using this technology for calls to or
from the PSTN refer to ITU E Model requirements
in the design of their networks. The overall aim is to
minimise delay, distortion and other transmission
impairments, particularly for those calls involving
cellular and international networks, which already
suffer extensive delay.
Echo cancellation
• Echo cancellers are not normally required in the
Telecom PSTN because geographic delays are
acceptable where CPE return loss is maintained
within Telepermit limits. However, those private
networks making use of Voice over IP technology
are required to provide echo cancellation for all
voice calls. The combined effect of audio / VoIP
conversion delay and IP routing delay can cause
the echo cancellation time of ³ 64 mS to be
required.
PTC200 6.11.1 (3) All Customer Equipment (fail
safe requirements)
• Under power failure conditions this appliance may
not operate. Please ensure that a separate
telephone, not dependent on local power, is
available for emergency use.
For users in Singapore only
For Best Performance
Operating Range
• The range of operation depends on the topography
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Noise
Occasional noise or interference may occur due to
electromagnetic radiation from objects such as
refrigerators, microwave ovens, faxes, TVs, radios, or
personal computers. If noise disturbs your telephone
calls, keep the handset away from these electrical
appliances.
Environment
• Keep the product away from heating appliances
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For users in Hong Kong only
of your office, weather, or usage conditions,
because signals are transmitted between the CS
and the handset by radio waves.
Normally, you get greater range outdoors than
indoors. If there are obstacles such as walls, noise
may interfere with your telephone calls. In
particular, high metal shelves or reinforced concrete
walls will restrict your operating range.
A handset may not work when it is too far from the
CS depending on the structure of the building.
We strongly suggest you hold the bottom half of the
handset to ensure better call quality. Because, the
antenna is located in the upper half of the handset.
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and devices that generate electrical noise, such as
fluorescent lamps and motors. These noise sources
can interfere with performance of the product.
Do not place the product in rooms where the
temperature is less than 0 °C or greater than 40 °C.
Allow 10 cm clearance around the product for
proper ventilation.
Avoid environments with excessive smoke, dust,
moisture, mechanical vibration, shock, or direct
sunlight.
The apparatus is designed to be installed and
operated under controlled conditions of ambient
temperature and a relative humidity.
Routine Care
• Unplug the charger from the AC outlet before
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cleaning.
Wipe the product with a soft cloth.
Do not clean the product with abrasive powder or
with chemical agents such as benzine or thinner.
Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
Clean the terminal of the charger periodically.
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Placement
• Do not place heavy objects on top of the handset
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and charger.
Care should be taken so that objects do not fall onto,
and liquids are not spilled into, the product.
Place the charger on a flat surface. If the charger is
mounted on the wall, install it straight.
Battery Information
After your batteries are fully charged (at 25 °C):
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*2
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Operation
Operating Time
While Talking
(Backlight off*1, Narrowband
Mode)
Up to about 11 h
While Talking
(Backlight on*2, Wideband
Mode)
Up to about 8 h
While not in use
(Standby)
Up to about 200 h
When the "Talking" setting of "Backlight" is set to "Off". For
details, see "Display Option (Page 45)".
When the "Talking" setting of "Backlight" is set to "On". For
details, see "Display Option (Page 45)".
Operating time may be shorter than listed above
depending on usage conditions and ambient
temperature.
The batteries will drain slowly even while the
handset is turned off.
The handset can receive calls while charging.
Battery consumption increases when the handset is
out of range (if " " flashes, turn the handset off).
Clean the handset and the charger contacts
with a soft, dry cloth once a month. Clean more
often if the unit is subject to grease, dust or high
humidity. Otherwise the batteries may not charge
properly.
Low Battery Warning
The batteries need to be charged in the following
situations:
• The battery level indicator displays as empty (" ")
and the alarm sounds*1.
• "Charge Battery" is displayed. In this situation,
the handset cannot be operated.
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If the low battery warning occurs during a conversation, the
handset will turn off in one minute.
Replacing the Batteries
If the battery level indicator displays as empty (" ") after
using the phone for a short time, even when the
batteries have been fully charged, the batteries should
be replaced.
Before replacing the batteries, make sure the low
battery warning is displayed, then turn off the power to
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prevent memory loss. Replace the batteries and charge
the new batteries for about 7 hours.
If you replace the batteries before the low battery
warning appears, the battery strength icon may display
an incorrect reading. In this case, use the handset as
normal with the new batteries installed. To install the
batteries, see "Battery Installation (Page 48)".
When the low battery warning is displayed, charge the
batteries for about 7 hours. The battery strength icon
will then display the correct reading.
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Please use AAA Ni-MH 1.2 V, 700 mAh batteries
only. (For details, consult your dealer.)
There is a danger of explosion if the batteries are
incorrectly replaced.
Important Notice Concerning the
Correct Use and Charging of Ni-MH
Batteries
Batteries, due to their construction, undergo some wear
and tear. The lifetime of batteries also depends on
correct maintenance. Charging and discharging are the
most important factors. You should take notice of the
following to maintain the life of the batteries as long as
possible.
Ni-MH batteries have a kind of memory, the "memory
effect". If fully charged batteries are used several times
only for 15 minutes in the handset and then recharged,
the capacity of the batteries will be reduced to 15
minutes due to the memory effect. Therefore you should
discharge the batteries completely, i.e. use them in the
handset until the battery level indicator displays as
empty (" "). Then recharge them as described in the
manual. After the memory effect has occurred, it is
possible to achieve almost complete capacity of the
Ni-MH batteries by charging and discharging several
times one after another.
Ni-MH batteries can also self-discharge. This
self-discharge depends on the ambient temperature. At
temperatures under 0 °C, the self-discharge will be the
lowest. High humidity and high temperatures support
the self-discharge. Also long-term storage will lead to
self-discharge.
CAUTION
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERIES ARE
REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE. DISPOSE
OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE
INSTRUCTIONS.
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Before Operating the Telephone
Before Operating the Telephone
Accessory Information
Included Accessories
AC adaptor: 1
Model No.
Part No.
KX-UDT111CE
KX-UDT111RU
PNLV226CE
KX-UDT111UK
PNLV226E
KX-UDT111AL
PNLV226AL
KX-UDT111X
PNLV226
Charger: 1
Battery*1: 2
Battery Cover*2: 1
Belt Clip: 1
Belt Clip Holder: 1
*1
*2
Rechargeable AAA Ni-MH 1.2 V, 700 mAh batteries
The battery cover comes attached to the handset.
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Before Operating the Telephone
Location of Controls
The headset is an optional
accessory.
[Back View]
Open the cover.
A Ringer/Charge Indicator
B TALK/SP-PHONE (Speakerphone) Key
Used to make or answer calls, or toggle between Receiver mode and Hands-free mode during a
conversation.
During a conversation using a headset, Hands-free mode does not work.
C Navigator Key
The Navigator Key includes four arrow keys and a centre key. The arrow keys are used to adjust the
ringer/receiver volume or move the cursor to select an item. The centre key is used to confirm a selection.
If in standby mode, pressing the keys perform the following functions:
A LEFT ( ) ® Used to display the Incoming call log.
B UP (
) ® Used to adjust the ringer volume.
C RIGHT ( ) ® Used to open the phonebook.
D DOWN ( ) ® Used to display the Outgoing call log.
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E CENTRE ® Used to display the Menu.
In this manual, when a procedure instructs you to "press
[CENTRE] key to confirm the selection.
", you can also press the
D HOLD/Voice Message Key
During talking, used to place a call on Hold. In standby mode, pressing this key plays your voice
messages.
E Headset Jack
The following headsets can be used with this unit. (Not all operations with the headsets can be
guaranteed.)
– For KX-UDT111CE/KX-UDT111UK/KX-UDT111AL/KX-UDT111RU:
Panasonic RP-TCA400 and RP-TCA430
– For KX-UDT111X:
Panasonic KX-TCA89
For up-to-date information about headsets that have been tested with this unit, refer to the following web
site:
http://panasonic.net/pcc/support/sipphone
F Silent Mode Key
Used to turn Silent Mode on or off when pressed for more than 2 seconds in standby mode. For details,
see "Silent Mode (Page 17)".
G Flexible Key
Pressing the FLEX key displays a menu with functions that have been assigned to each dial key (0–
9, , and #). The functions can be selected from the menu, or accessed quickly by pressing FLEX ,
then the assigned key.
H Receiver
I Display
For details, see "Display (Page 19)".
J Soft Keys
The handset features 3 soft keys. By pressing a soft key, you can select the feature shown directly above
it on the display. For details about the soft keys displayed here, see "Soft Keys (Page 20)".
K POWER/CANCEL Key
Used to end calls, exit the phonebook or Function mode. Press and hold this key to turn the handset on
or off.
L TRANSFER/CLEAR Key
Used to transfer a call to another party, or to clear digits or characters.
M Function Key
Pressing the FUNC key followed by a keypad number (0–9) allows you to perform various common
functions quickly. For details, see "Function Keys (Page 24)".
N Microphone
O Charge Contacts
P Strap Holes
Used to attach phone straps and similar items.
Q Speaker
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Before Operating the Telephone
Handset Functions
Setting the Password
The handset password is not set by default. You must
register a handset password (4 digits) before use. You
cannot use the following features without setting a
password:
– Phonebook lock (See "Locking the Handset
Phonebook (Page 35)".)
– "Manual&Password" or "Auto&Password" for
Key Lock Type (See "Key Option (Page 44)".)
– Reset Handset (See "Other Option (Page 47)".)
To unlock
To unlock the handset keys, press and hold
or
the [CENTRE] navigation key for more than 2 seconds.
The
icon will change to
to indicate the keys
have been unlocked.
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If you select "Manual&Password" or
"Auto&Password" for Key lock type, you need
to enter the password to unlock the handset.
If no password has been set, you cannot select
"Manual&Password" or "Auto&Password"
for Key lock type. To set the password, see
"Setting the Password (Page 17)".
To set
1. Press
2. Select "
or the [CENTRE] navigation key.
Setting Handset" by pressing the
arrow keys, and then press
.
3. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Other Option", and
then press
.
4. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Change Password",
and then press
.
5. Enter a new password (4 digits [0–9]).
6. Verify the password by entering it again as in step
5.
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To avoid unauthorised access to this product:
– Set a password that is random and cannot
be easily guessed.
– Change the password regularly.
Make a note of the password so that you will not
forget it.
Silent Mode
Silent Mode turns off the ringer and sets the handset to
vibrate when calls are received. This can be useful in
situations where you do not want to be disturbed, such
as during a meeting.
When Silent Mode is active, the following features are
turned off or set as specified automatically, regardless
of their settings.
– Ringer Volume
– Ring On Charger
– Auto Answer
– Key Tone
– Vibrate (Vib.& Ring)
To set or cancel
To set or cancel Silent Mode, press and hold
more than 2 seconds.
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Key Lock
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You can lock all keys other than the Navigator Key while
the handset is in standby mode. One of 4 key lock types
can be selected. For details, see "Key Option
(Page 44)".
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To lock
Press and hold
or the [CENTRE] navigation key
for more than 2 seconds to lock the handset keys.
The
icon will be displayed to indicate that the
keys are locked.
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If you set the handset on the charger during
Silent Mode, the handset will not vibrate.*1
When Silent Mode is set, the Low Battery Alarm
will not be heard in standby mode.
When Silent Mode is set, confirmation sounds
for setting the ring pattern or ring volume will not
play.
Please note that if you set the handset on the charger while
receiving an incoming call, vibration will stop. Once the vibration
stops, the handset will not vibrate again for that call, even if the
handset is lifted up again. (If Quick Answer is set, lifting up the
handset will answer the call.)
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Noise Reduction
When Noise Reduction is enabled, environmental noise
is reduced to improve and maintain sound quality for the
other party in the conversation. Receiver volume is also
increased according to the level of environmental noise.
It is useful in noisy environments such as warehouses,
manufacturing plants, restaurants, and garages.
Noise Reduction can be enabled by default for regular
use, or toggled on/off during a call.
Enabling or disabling Noise Reduction
1. Press FUNC .
2. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Noise Reduct.", and
then press
.
3. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "On" or "Off", and then
press
.
Temporarily enabling or disabling Noise
Reduction during a call
You can enable or disable Noise Reduction during a call
by doing either of the following:
a. Press FUNC , then press [ ] or [ ] to select
.
"Noise Reduct.", and then press
or
. To display the
soft key, edit the
b. Press
displayed soft keys. See "Key Option (Page 44)".
Note
•
Noise Reduction can be used only in Receiver
mode or with a headset. It cannot be used in
Hands-free mode. If Hands-free mode is
enabled during a call while Noise Reduction is
enabled, Noise Reduction will be temporarily
disabled.
Power Save Mode
Power Save Mode turns off the ringer, LCD backlight,
and/or key backlight automatically after a set number of
seconds have passed while receiving a call. For details
about adjusting power save mode settings, see
"Incoming Option (Page 41)".
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Display
Call Forwarding (See page 31)
Do Not Disturb (See page 31)
1
2
Time Display
Date/Incoming Call Log Status/New Messages/
Phonebook Error
New Incoming Call Record
3
Handset’s Phone Number and Name
To change the display of the handset’s phone
number, see "Changing the Handset Phone
Number Display (Page 25)".
Soft Keys
4
5
6
Note
Pictograph
Within range of a Cell Station (CS)
(Blinking) Out of range
•
Example images of the display in this manual
are samples only, and the actual screen on your
phone may vary in colour and/or appearance.
Off-hook Status
Phonebook
Voice Message
Incoming Call Log
Outgoing Call Log
Navigation Key Guidance
Battery Indicator*1
Full
Low
Needs to be charged
*1
For details, see "Battery Information (Page 12)".
Handset Status Information
Vibration (See page 25)
Ringer Off (See page 25)
Silent Mode (See page 17)
Auto Answer (See page 24)
Microphone Mute
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Soft Keys
Icons and information shown on the display will vary depending on the context. To select an item shown on
the display, press the corresponding soft key.
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Opens the phonebook.
Pressing this key for more than 2 seconds
locks the phonebook.
Used to save a setting.
Displayed when in Phonebook Lock.
Pressing this key and then entering the
password (default: not registered), unlocks
the phonebook temporarily.
Pressing for more than 2 seconds, then
entering the password (default: not
registered), unlocks the phonebook.
If no password has been set, you cannot lock
the phonebook. For details about setting the
password, see "Setting the Password
(Page 17)".
Clears digits or characters.
Stores a new item in the phonebook.
Turns the microphone mute feature on or off
during a conversation.
Flashes when Mic Mute is on.
Make a call.
Turns the ringer off.
Activate/deactivate Noise Reduction.
Opens the main menu.
When in standby mode, pressing this key for
than 2 seconds locks all keys.
Used to set the Alarm.
Returns to the previous display.
Reject an incoming call.
Opens the list menu (edit/delete in the
phonebook, etc.).
Establishes a multiple-party conversation
(Conference).
Confirms the entry.
Searches for an item in the phonebook
alphabetically.
Displayed when in Key Lock mode. Pressing
this key for more than 2 seconds unlocks the
keys.
Displayed when in Latin character entry
mode.
Pressing this key switches to Numeric
character entry mode.
Advances to the next display.
Displayed when in Numeric character entry
mode.
Pressing this key switches to Greek
character entry mode.
Used to delete the setting.
Displayed when in Greek character entry
mode.
Pressing this key switches to Special
Character (Extended 1) character entry
mode.
Displayed when in Special character
(Extended 2) entry mode.
Pressing this key switches to Latin character
entry mode.
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Displayed when in Special character
(Extended 1) entry mode.
Pressing this key switches to Special
character (Extended 2) character entry
mode.
Used to select an item when in setting mode.
Used to set Call Forwarding and Do Not
Disturb.
Disconnects the current call and allows you
to make another call without hanging up.
Displays the Outgoing Call Log.
Used to select AM or PM when setting the
Memo Alarm feature.
Displays the last dialled number.
Perform an unscreened (blind) transfer.
Opens the Incoming Call Log.
Used to set/clear Auto Answer mode when
in standby mode. During a conversation,
turns the microphone mute feature on or off.
For details about the Mute/Auto Answer
function, see "Function Keys (Page 24)".
Note
•
The display of the soft keys can be customised. The soft keys displayed in standby mode or during a
call can be set. The names of the soft keys can also be edited. For details, see "Key Option
(Page 44)".
Other Icons
Icon
Description
Displayed next to an extension from which a voice mail message is waiting.
For details, see "Listening to Voice Mail Messages (Page 32)".
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Flexible Keys
A Flexible Key can be used either to seize a line in order
to make or receive a call, or used as a function key.
Press FLEX to display the Flexible Key list. Here you
can access the 12 Flexible Keys. The colour of each key
number indicates the status of the line or the status of
the function assigned to the key.
[Example]
Key numbers
•
To select a key, press [ ] or [ ] to select the
•
desired key, and then press
.
To edit the names of Flexible Keys, see page 25.
The following types of flexible keys are available:
DN (Directory Number)
Seizes the line assigned to the DN key. When a call
arrives at the DN key, pressing the key answers the call.
Status Indication
• Off: Idle
• Green on: You are on a call using the DN key.
• Flashing green rapidly: A call is being received.
• Flashing green slowly: A call is on hold.
• Red on: A shared line is in use or on private hold at
another unit.
• Flashing red slowly: A shared line is on hold at
another unit.
Note
•
•
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A shared line is a line that can be used by
multiple units. This is an optional feature and
may not be supported on your phone system.
If a call is on private hold (red, steady on), the
call cannot be retrieved except from the unit that
put the call on hold.
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Basic Operations
Operation Outline
Handset functions are accessed through the display menu and selected with the Navigator Key and soft keys.
[Ringer Volume]
[Incoming Call Log]
Press the
Navigator Key
Press the
Navigator Key
[In standby mode]*1
[Flexible Keys]
FLEX
[Handset Phonebook]
or press the
Navigator Key
[Function Keys]
FUNC
[Main Menu]
[Outgoing Call Log]
or press the
Navigator Key
*1
If soft key display settings are changed, the soft keys shown here may not be displayed.
•
•
The selected item will be highlighted.
For details about entering characters, see "Entering Characters (Page 37)". For details about searching
for an item in the phonebook, see "Searching for an Item in the Phonebook (Page 28)".
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Function Menus
Function Keys
Press
or the [CENTRE] navigation key to display
the main and sub menus.
Main Menu—While in Standby Mode
Handset functions can be activated through the display
key list.
1. Press FUNC to display the function key list.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] to select the desired function, and
Incoming Log
Enters the Incoming Call
Log.
Ringer Volume
Accesses the "Ringer
Volume" setting.
New Phonebook
Stores a new item in the
phonebook.
Setting Handset
Accesses the "Setting
Handset" settings.
Memo Alarm
Accesses the "Memo
Alarm" settings.
Sub Menu—While Off-hook/During a Conversation
Phonebook
Opens the phonebook.
New Phonebook
Stores a new item in the
phonebook.
Outgoing Log
Enters the Outgoing Call
Log.
Incoming Log
Enters the Incoming Call
Log.
Mute
Turns the microphone
mute feature on or off
during a conversation.
.
then press
You can also press the number key corresponding
to a function number to select it directly.
1: Redial
Call the last number that was
dialled.
2: Noise Reduct.
Sets Noise Reduction.
3: Flash/Recall
Disconnects the current call and
allows you to make another call
without hanging up.
4: Mute/A.Ans
Automatically answers incoming
calls in hands-free mode. " " is
displayed in standby mode.
5: Conference
Establishes a multiple-party
conversation.
6: Fwd/DND
Displays and/or sets Call
Forwarding and Do Not Disturb.
7: Incoming Log
Makes a call using the Incoming
Call Log.
8: Outgoing Log
List numbers that were recently
dialled.
9: Phonebook
Makes a call using the
phonebook.
0: Alarm
Sets a memo alarm.
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Selecting the Display Language Adjusting the Ringer Volume or
You can select the language displayed on your handset.
1. Press
or the [CENTRE] navigation key.
2. Select "
Setting Handset" by pressing the
arrow keys, and then press
Turning the Ringer Off
1. Press
2. Select "
Up, Step Down, Level 1–6, Off), and then press
.
4. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Language", and then
press
.
5. Press [ ] or [ ] to select a language*1, and then
press
*1
Note
•
.
•
For a list of the languages than can be selected, see "Display
Option (Page 45)".
Changing the Handset Phone
Number Display
You can change the display of the handset’s phone
number when the handset is in standby mode.
1. Press
or the [CENTRE] navigation key.
2. Select "
Setting Handset" by pressing the
arrow keys, and then press
.
3. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Display Option", and
.
then press
4. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Standby Display",
and then press
.
5. Press [ ] or [ ] to select the desired item, and then
press
.
Note
•
•
By default, "Handset Number" is selected.
For details about standby display settings, see
"Display Option (Page 45)".
Editing the Names of the
Flexible Keys
Web user interface programming is required to change
the names of the Flexible Keys used for the handset.
For details, consult your administrator or dealer.
.
3. Press [ ] or [ ] to select the desired setting (Step
.
then press
Ringer Volume" by pressing the
arrow keys, and then press
.
3. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Display Option", and
or the [CENTRE] navigation key.
You can press the [ ] key instead of performing
steps 1 and 2.
For details about setting the ringer pattern, see
"Incoming Option (Page 41)".
Adjusting the Ringer Volume or
Turning the Ringer Off while Ringing
While receiving a call, do the following to adjust the
ringer volume or turn the ringer off:
To adjust the ringer volume
Press [ ] or [ ] to adjust the volume*1.
To turn the ringer off
Press
*1
or
.
The adjusted volume level will also be used for subsequent calls.
Note
•
If you attach a headset while receiving an
incoming call, the ring from the handset does
not switch to the headset. If you attach a
headset before receiving an incoming call, and
headset ringer is set to "On", ringing will be
heard from the headset.
Changing the Vibrate Setting
1. Press
2. Select "
or the [CENTRE] navigation key.
Setting Handset" by pressing the
arrow keys, and then press
.
3. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Incoming Option",
and then press
.
4. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Vibrate", and then
Adjusting the Ringer Volume
press
.
The volume of the ringer can be adjusted, or turned off.
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5. Press [ ] or [ ] to select the desired setting
(Vib.& Ring, Vib.® Ring, Off), and then
press
.
Note
•
To set Vibrate only, without ringing, select
"Vib.& Ring" and set the Ringer Volume to
"Off", or turn Silent Mode on. For details, see
"Location of Controls (Page 15)" and "Adjusting
the Ringer Volume (Page 25)".
Adjusting the Receiver/
Speaker/Headset Volume
During a conversation, press [ ] or [ ] to adjust the
volume (Level 1–6).
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Feature Operations
Feature Operations
Making Calls
Using the Phonebook
1. Press [ ] or
.
2. Select an item stored in the phonebook, and then
press
.
3. To end the call, press
Calling
Note
•
Calling by Dialling
1.
2.
3.
4.
.
.
Press
Dial the outside party’s number.
Press
.
To end the call, press
•
•
.
For details about searching for an item in the
phonebook, see "Searching for an Item in the
Phonebook (Page 28)".
For details about entering characters, see
"Entering Characters (Page 37)".
For details about storing an item in the
phonebook, see "Storing an Item in the Handset
Phonebook (Page 33)".
Predialling
In standby mode, you can start dialling while still
to go
on-hook. After dialling the number, press
off-hook and begin the call.
Note
•
•
•
Alternatively, you can seize a specific line for
making the call by pressing FLEX and
selecting an idle DN key.
.
To cancel dialling, press
If " " flashes, move closer to the CS and dial
again.
One-touch Dialling
You can make a call with a One-touch operation if a
One-touch Dialling key has been created for the desired
party. One-touch Dialling keys can also be configured
to access features of your phone system, if available.
1. Press FLEX , and then press the One-touch
Dialling key (flexible key).
2. To end the call, press
.
Note
•
Using the Outgoing Call Log
If a call is received from a phone number stored in the
phonebook, the number and name of the caller will be
displayed in the call log.
1. While in standby mode, press [ ] or
.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] to select an outgoing call record,
and then press
.
3. To end the call, press
.
Using the Incoming Call Log
1. While in standby mode, press [ ].
2. Press [ ] or [ ] to select an incoming call record,
and then press
.
3. To end the call, press
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.
For details about Flexible Keys, see "Flexible
Keys (Page 22)".
Hot Key Dialling
You can assign a phone number to each number key
and then access the desired phone number by simply
pressing and holding the assigned number key.
1. Press and hold the dialling key (0–9) assigned as a
Hot Key for more than 1 second.
2. Press
.
Note
•
•
While the Hot Key’s information is displayed,
you can press [ ] or [ ] to select another Hot
Key number.
If Hot Key dialling is set to "Auto", a Hot Key
number can also be dialled by pressing and
holding the assigned dialling key for a specified
number of seconds. For details, see "Selecting
the Type of Hot Key Dialling (Page 35)".
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•
For details about assigning Hot Keys, see
"Assigning Hot Keys (Page 35)".
•
While an item is displayed you can press
to return to the "<Enter Name>" display,
and then search for another item.
Searching for an Item in the
Phonebook
You can search for an item in the phonebook, and then
make a call.
1. While in standby mode, press [ ] or
.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] to select the desired item.
3. Press
.
Searching by Name
You can also search for an item in the phonebook by
entering a name:
.
1. While in standby mode, press [ ] or
2. Press
.
3. Enter the name or the first character(s) of the
desired name, and then press
.
4. Press [ ] or [ ] to select the desired item.
5. Press
.
Searching by Category
If items in the phonebook have been assigned
categories, you can search by category.
1. While in standby mode, press [ ] or
.
, and then press #.
2. Press
3. Press [ ] or [ ] to select a category, and then
press
.
4. Enter the name or the first character(s) of the
desired name of the item in the category, and then
press
.
5. Press [ ] or [ ] to select the desired item.
6. Press
.
Note
•
•
•
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If one item has multiple phone numbers stored,
you can press the [CENTRE] navigation key,
and then press [ ] or [ ] to select the desired
phone number for that item.
Characters that are entered using the # key (for
example, "$") cannot be entered when
searching the phonebook.
For details about entering characters, see
"Entering Characters (Page 37)".
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Rejecting calls from specific numbers
Receiving Calls
Calls from specific numbers can be automatically
rejected. This feature can be enabled through Web user
interface programming. For details, contact your
administrator or dealer.
Receiving
To answer an incoming call, press
.
Note
•
To answer an incoming call on a
specific line
1. Press FLEX to display the flexible keys.
2. Press the flexible key number, or press [ ] or [ ]
.
to select the desired key, and then press
You can also answer a call using the following features:
– Any Key Answer
– Quick Answer
– Auto Ans Delay
For details about setting these features, see "Answer
Option (Page 43)".
•
•
•
*1
Caller ID
If an outside call that contains Caller ID information (a
caller’s name and telephone number) is received, this
information will be logged in the incoming call log and
displayed on the handset.
If a call from a number matching a number entered in
the phonebook is received, the name registered in the
phonebook for that number will be displayed along with
the number.
[Example]
Note
•
The rejecting call is not available if the CS is
connected to a KX-NS1000 PBX.
If an incoming call is directed to PS ring
groups*1 , the flexible keys will not flash. Please
press TALK button to answer the call.
Flexible keys with incoming calls will be flashing
green rapidly.
If "Quick Answer" is set to "On" and a brief
power failure occurs while the handset is
receiving a call on the charger, the following
may occur:
– If "Talk On Charger" is set to
"Off" (default), the call may be
disconnected after being answered.
– If "Talk On Charger" is set to "On", the
call may be answered automatically. In this
case, please note that privacy rights may be
violated or sensitive information may be
transmitted to unauthorised parties.
You can select the ringer pattern and LED
pattern for each type of incoming call. For
details, see "Incoming Option (Page 41)".
The PS ring group is available if the CS is connected to a
KX-NS1000 PBX. For details, refer to the documentation of the
KX-UDS124.
If caller information is sent by the phone system and
there is also information stored in the phonebook for the
same number, you can choose which information will
be displayed on the handset. Caller information sent by
the phone system is displayed by default. For details,
see "Display Option (Page 45)".
If you set the handset to display the caller information
stored in the phonebook, caller information sent by the
phone system will only be displayed if the number of the
caller is not stored in the phonebook.
Note
•
The soft key to reject an incoming call is not
displayed on the handset if the CS is connected
to a KX-NS1000 PBX.
Rejecting an incoming call
You can reject an incoming call from your handset.
.
1. While an incoming call is ringing, press
2. The call will be rejected, and the handset will return
to standby mode.
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Feature Operations
During a Conversation
2. Dial the party you want to transfer to, and then press
.
*1
Holding a Call
A blind transfer is not available if the CS is connected to a
KX-NS1000 PBX.
You can put a call on hold by holding the call at your
extension.
Three-party Conference
To hold the current call
During a conversation, you can add an additional party
to your call and establish a conference call.
Press
, and then press
.
Note
•
Notice
•
If Automatic Call Hold is enabled on your
handset, the call will also be put on hold if you
select a DN key other than the one for the
current call. For details, consult your
administrator or dealer.
•
To retrieve a call on hold at your extension
1. Press FLEX .
2. Press the dial key corresponding to the slowly
flashing green DN key, or press [ ] or [ ] to select
a slowly flashing green DN key, and then press
.
Transferring a Call (Call
Transfer)
You can transfer a call to another destination (extension
or outside party).
To transfer
1. Press
during a conversation.
2. Dial the party you want to transfer to, and then press
.
3. Wait until the other party answers to announce the
transfer.
4. Press
.
Note
•
•
To return to the call before the transfer
destination answers, press
.
If unscreened transfers are supported on your
phone system, step 3 can be omitted. For
details, consult your administrator or dealer.
To do a blind transfer*1
1. Press
30
during a conversation.
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If the CS is connected to a KX-NS1000 PBX,
refer to the documentation for the PBX.
Your phone system may support advanced
conference features, such as conference calls
with four or more parties. In this case, the
procedures for handling a conference call may
be different from those explained in this section.
For details about your phone system, consult
your administrator or dealer.
Making a Conference Call
1. Press FUNC , and then press 5 ("Conference").
2. Dial the party you want to add to the conversation,
and then press
.
3. After the called party answers, press FUNC , and
then press 5 ("Conference").
Note
•
soft key can also be used to access
The
the Conference function directly. To display this
key, edit the displayed soft keys. For details,
see "Key Option (Page 44)".
Removing a Party from the Conference
During a conference, you can remove other parties from
the conference. However, this operation is available
only during conference calls you initiate.
.
1. During a conference call, press
2. Press FLEX .
3. Press the dial key, or press [ ] or [ ], and then
press
to select the DN key (flexible key) that
corresponds to the party you want to disconnect.
4. Press
.
5. Press FLEX .
6. Press the dial key, or press [ ] or [ ], and then
press
to select the DN key (flexible key) that
corresponds to the remaining party.
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Note
•
To reestablish the conference without removing
either party, press FUNC , and then 5
("Conference") after step 3.
Ending a Conference Call
To go on-hook and end the conference call, press
.
Useful Features
Call Forwarding/Do Not Disturb
You can have incoming calls automatically forwarded
to another destination. You can also have incoming
calls rejected (Do Not Disturb).
To access the FWD/DND settings
1. In standby mode, press FUNC , and then 6 ("Fwd/
DND").
2. If the unit has multiple lines, press [ ] or [ ] to
select the desired line, and then press
.
3. Press [ ] or [ ] to select the type of FWD or DND
.
setting to apply, and then press
The settings are as follows:
– Fwd/DND Off*1: Disable Forward and Do Not
Disturb
(All incoming calls are accepted. )
– DND: Enable Do Not Disturb
(All incoming calls are automatically rejected.)
– Fwd(All): Enable Forward All Calls
(All incoming calls are forwarded.)
– Fwd(Busy): Enable Forward Busy
(Incoming calls are forwarded only when your
extension is in use.)
– Fwd(NA): Enable Forward No answer
(An incoming call is forwarded if you do not
answer the call within a certain amount of time.)
– Fwd(B/NA)*1 : Enable Forward Busy or No
Answer
(An incoming call is forwarded when your
extension is in use or you do not answer the call
within a certain amount of time.)
*1
Fwd/DND Off and Fwd(B/NA) are only available if the
CS is connected to a KX-NS1000 PBX.
4. If a Forward setting is selected, enter a new forward
destination number, or confirm and modify a
previously set forward destination number.
– If the CS is connected to a KX-NS1000 PBX,
.
press # and then
– If the CS is not connected to a KX-NS1000 PBX,
.
press
Note
•
•
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When Call Forwarding and/or Do Not Disturb is
enabled,
and/or
appears on the display
in standby mode.
FWD settings cannot be used on a shared line.
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Feature Operations
Call Waiting
During a conversation, if a second call arrives, you will
hear a call waiting tone. You can answer the second call
by disconnecting or holding the current call.
To disconnect the current call and then talk to
the new party
1. Press
2. Press
while hearing the call waiting tone.
.
To hold the current call and then talk to the new
party
1. Press
while hearing the call waiting tone.
2. Press FLEX .
3. Press the dial key corresponding to the flashing
green DN key, or press [ ] or [ ] to select a
flashing green DN key, and then press
.
Listening to Voice Mail
Messages
When you receive a voice message, "Message" is
displayed, and
will appear.
You can check your new messages by accessing your
mailbox.
1. In standby mode, press and hold
.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] to select the line on which
displayed, and then press
is
.
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•
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Step 2 is not necessary if only one line is
configured on the handset.
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Customising the Telephone
Customising the
Telephone
Storing an Item in the Handset
Phonebook
Using the Handset
Phonebook
1. Press
2. Select "
You can store up to 500 phone numbers in the handset
along with names for easy access. You can also set
unique ringer patterns and LED patterns for different
categories to identify incoming calls. All phonebook
items are stored in alphabetical order.
For security purposes, you can lock the phonebook. For
details about making calls from the phonebook, see
"Using the Phonebook (Page 27)".
Note
•
•
A single entry (i.e., name) can have multiple
phone numbers. Since the phonebook capacity
is limited by the number of stored phone
numbers, storing multiple phone numbers in an
entry decreases the maximum number of
entries.
We recommend that backups are made of the
handset’s phonebook data, in case the data
becomes unrecoverable due to product
malfunction. For details, consult your
administrator or dealer.
Private Ring
You can organise entries in the phonebook into one of
9 Private Ring Categories. It is possible to set a different
ringer pattern and LED pattern, vibration pattern, and
colour pattern*1 for each category. When the displayed
Caller ID*2 matches a phone number or name stored in
the phonebook, the handset rings according to the
Private Ring Category settings.
*1
*2
For details about ringer patterns, LED patterns, vibration
patterns, and colour patterns, see "Incoming Option
(Page 41)".
For details about Caller ID information, see "Caller ID
(Page 29)".
Storing a New Item
or the [CENTRE] navigation key.
New Phonebook" by pressing the
arrow keys, and then press
.
3. Enter a name (max. 24 characters), and then press
.
4. Press [ ] or [ ] to select a phone number type
(A to E), and then press
.
5. Enter the phone number (max. 32 digits), and then
press
.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 to add additional phone
number types.
7. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Category Off", and
.
then press
8. Select a category, and then press
.
9. To select a default number for the entry, press [ ]
or [ ] to select "Default TEL No", and then press
.
10. Press [ ] or [ ] to select the number to use as the
default number, and then press
11. Press
.
.
Note
•
•
•
•
•
Steps 7 and 8 can be omitted if you do not want
to assign a category.
Steps 9 and 10 can be omitted if you do not want
to assign a default number. (The first number
entered for an entry will automatically be
assigned as the default number.)
The valid digits are "0" through "9", " ", "#", and
"+".
For details about entering characters, see
"Entering Characters (Page 37)".
If an item with the same name and number
exists, the new information added will be
merged with the existing item.
Editing a Stored Item
You can edit the information stored in phonebook
entries.
1. Press
.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] to display the desired entry, or
press
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3. Press
to open the phonebook sub-menu.
4. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Edit", and then press
•
.
5. Edit the name, phone number, category, and
default number setting as necessary.
6. Press
.
Note
•
•
•
•
•
To change a character or digit, press [ ] or
[ ] to highlight it, press
to delete it, and
then enter the new character or digit.
To clear an entire line, press and hold
for
more than 1 second.
To move the cursor to the left or right, press
[ ] or [ ], respectively.
For details about searching for an item in the
phonebook, see "Searching for an Item in the
Phonebook (Page 28)".
For details about entering characters, see
"Entering Characters (Page 37)".
•
Steps 9 and 10 can be omitted if you do not want
to assign a default number. (The first number
entered for an entry will automatically be
assigned as the default number.)
For details about entering characters, see
"Entering Characters (Page 37)".
Storing an Item Using the Incoming
or Outgoing Call Log
You can add a number listed in the incoming or outgoing
call log to the phonebook.
1. In standby mode, press [ ] to open the Incoming
Call Log or press [ ] to open the Outgoing Call Log.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] to select a record in the log.
to open the phonebook sub-menu.
3. Press
4. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Save Phonebook", and
.
then press
.
5. Edit the name if desired, and then press
6. Press [ ] or [ ] to select a phone number type
.
(A to E), and then press
Storing an Item Using Predialling
You can dial a number first and then add it as a
phonebook entry.
1. In standby mode, dial a number.
.
2. Press
3. Enter a name (max. 24 characters), and then press
.
4. Press [ ] or [ ] to select a phone number type
.
(A to E), and then press
5. Enter the phone number (max. 32 digits), and then
press
.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 to add additional phone
number types.
7. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Category Off", and
then press
.
8. Select a category, and then press
.
9. To select a default number for the entry, press [ ]
or [ ] to select "Default TEL No", and then press
7. Edit the phone number if desired, and then press
.
8. Repeat steps 6 and 7 to add additional phone
number types.
9. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Category Off", and
10. Select a category, and then press
.
11. To select a default number for the entry, press [ ]
or [ ] to select "Default TEL No", and then press
.
12. Press [ ] or [ ] to select the number to use as the
default number, and then press
13. Press
default number, and then press
11. Press
.
.
.
.
Note
•
•
.
10. Press [ ] or [ ] to select the number to use as the
.
then press
•
Steps 9 and 10 can be omitted if you do not want
to assign a category.
Steps 11 and 12 can be omitted if you do not
want to assign a default number. (The first
number entered for an entry will automatically
be assigned as the default number.)
For details about entering characters, see
"Entering Characters (Page 37)".
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Steps 7 and 8 can be omitted if you do not want
to assign a category.
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Editing Category Names
You can edit the names of the categories in the
phonebook.
1. Press
or the [CENTRE] navigation key.
2. Select "
Setting Handset" by pressing the
arrow keys, and then press
.
3. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Display Option", and
then press
You can assign a phone number stored in the
phonebook to a key to be used as a Hot Key.
1. In standby mode, press and hold a dial key (0–9) for
more than 1 second.
2. Press
.
3. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Copy from P.book",
.
and then press
4. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Category Name", and
then press
Assigning Hot Keys
4. Press [ ] or [ ] to select an entry, or press
.
5. Press [ ] or [ ] to select the desired category
.
number (1–9), and then press
6. Enter a name for the category (max. 13 characters),
and then press
.
7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 for each category name to
edit.
to search for an entry, and then press
For details about entering characters, see
"Entering Characters (Page 37)".
Locking the Handset
Phonebook
You can lock/unlock the phonebook while the handset
is in standby mode. If no password has been set, you
cannot lock the phonebook. For details about setting the
password, see "Setting the Password (Page 17)".
Locking/Unlocking the Phonebook
To lock
•
Press and hold
.
6. Press
•
You can select one of 2 types of Hot Key Dialling for
each assigned Hot Key.
1. In standby mode, press and hold a dial key (0–9) for
more than 1 second.
2. Press
.
3. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Automatic Call", and
then press
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4. Select "Manual" or "Auto", and then press
.
• Manual: Pressing and holding an assigned Hot Key
To unlock
1. Press
.
2. Enter your password.
For details about searching for an item in the
phonebook, see "Searching for an Item in the
Phonebook (Page 28)".
Selecting the Type of Hot Key
Dialling
will be displayed.
Unlocking the Phonebook
Temporarily
.
Note
for more than 2 seconds.
1. Press and hold
for more than 2 seconds.
2. Enter your password.
to return to standby mode.
3. Press
.
5. Press [ ] or [ ] to select a number, and then press
Note
•
.
•
for the set number of seconds will display the Hot
to dial the Hot
Key’s information. Then, press
Key’s assigned number. Alternately, when the Hot
Key’s information is displayed, you can press
FLEX and select a DN key to dial using the line
assigned to the DN key.
Auto: Pressing and holding an assigned Hot Key
for the set number of seconds will dial that Hot
Key’s assigned number immediately.
Note
•
To select the number of seconds before the
call is automatically made, see "Key Option
(Page 44)".
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Memo Alarm Setting
c. Enter a time of day using the Navigator
An alarm will sound at the set time. A memo can also
be displayed. Memo Alarm is available only when the
handset is within range of a CS.
Keys and/or dial keys, and then press
.
6. Enter a text message to be displayed when the
Memo Alarm occurs, and then press
.
Note
7. Press
•
•
You can select the ringer pattern and LED
pattern for each Memo Alarm. For details, see
"Incoming Option (Page 41)".
If you are on a call at the time that the alarm is
set to sound, it will sound after you have ended
the call.
.
Note
•
•
For details about entering characters, see
"Entering Characters (Page 37)".
When entering a time of day, press
to
toggle between AM or PM.
will not be
displayed if 24-hour-time display is set.
Setting a Memo Alarm
1. Press
2. Select "
or the [CENTRE] navigation key.
Memo Alarm" by pressing the arrow
.
keys, and then press
Deleting a Memo Alarm
1. Press
2. Select "
3. Press [ ] or [ ] to select an alarm number (1–3),
and then press
.
Memo Alarm" by pressing the arrow
keys, and then press
.
3. Press [ ] or [ ] to select an alarm number (1–3),
4. Press [ ] or [ ] to select an alarm mode, and then
.
press
The alarm modes are as follows:
– Off: Disables the selected Memo Alarm.
– Once: The selected Memo Alarm will occur only
once.
– Daily: The selected Memo Alarm will occur at
the same time every day.
– Weekly: The selected Memo Alarm will occur
at the same time on selected days of the week.
5. Set the time and date for the Memo Alarm.
The information to enter depends on the alarm
mode.
– Once: Enter the date and time, using the
Navigator Keys and/or dial keys, and then press
.
– Daily: Enter the daily time, using the Navigator
.
Keys and/or dial keys, and then press
– Weekly:
a. Press [ ] or [ ] to select a day of the week,
or the [CENTRE] navigation key.
and then press
.
4. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Yes", and then press
.
Stopping a Memo Alarm
•
While the alarm is ringing, press
or set the handset on the charger.
,
,
and then press
. A mark will be
displayed next to each day of the week that
has been selected. In this way, you can
select multiple days of the week.
b. After selecting 1 or more days of the week,
.
press
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Entering Characters
You can enter characters and digits using the dial keys.
You can select one of 5 character modes by pressing the Right Soft Key while entering
a name. The function icon above the soft key displays the current character mode.
For a list of available characters, see "Character Mode Table (Page 38)".
A, a
B, b
C, c
To change the character mode while editing a name in the phonebook, press the right soft key.
Latin
Numeric
Greek
Extended 1
Extended 2
Example: To enter "Anne" in Latin Mode.
(RIGHT)
•
•
•
•
•
(RIGHT)
(RIGHT)
To switch between uppercase and lowercase, press
.
To enter a character located on the same dialling key as the previous character, move the cursor by
pressing the Navigator Key [ ], then enter the desired character.
If you enter a different character by mistake, press the Navigator Key [ ] or [ ] to highlight the character,
press
to delete it, and then enter the correct character.
To clear an entire line, press
for more than 1 second.
To move the cursor, press the Navigator Key [ ], [ ], [ ] or [ ].
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Character Mode Table
Keys
ABC
(Latin)
0–9
(Numeric)
ΑΒΓ
(Greek)
AÄÅ
(Extended 1)
SŚŠ
(Extended 2)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
τυφ8
9
0
#
•
•
•
•
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Press
before or after entering a character to change between uppercase and lowercase.
Pressing a key repeatedly will cycle through the characters associated with that key. For example, to enter the
letter "C" in Latin Mode, press
3 times.
Characters that are entered using the # key (for example, "$") cannot be entered when searching the
phonebook. See "Searching for an Item in the Phonebook (Page 28)".
The illustrations of the keys in the table may differ in appearance from the actual keys on the handset.
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Deleting Stored Items
Phonebook
Note
•
In step 3, you can select "Delete All" instead
to delete all items.
1. Press [ ] or
to display the phonebook.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] to select an item, or press
to search for an item.
3. Press
.
4. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Delete", and then press
.
5. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Yes", and then press
.
Note
•
•
In step 4, you can select "Delete All" instead
to delete all items.
For details about searching for an item in the
phonebook, see "Searching for an Item in the
Phonebook (Page 28)".
Hot Key Dial
1. Press and hold the dialling key assigned as a Hot
Key for more than 1 second.
2. Press
.
3. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Delete", and then press
.
4. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Yes", and then press
.
Note
•
•
In step 1 while the Hot Key’s information is
displayed, you can press [ ] or [ ] to select
another Hot Key number.
In step 3, you can select "Delete All" instead
to delete all items.
Incoming/Outgoing Call Log
1. In standby mode, press [ ] to open the Incoming
Call Log or press [ ] to open the Outgoing Call Log.
2. Select an item stored in the call log, and then press
.
3. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Delete", and then press
.
4. Press [ ] or [ ] to select "Yes", and then press
.
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Changing Handset Settings
Handset Setting Menu Layout
[Main Item]
Setting Handset
Incoming Option
[Sub Item]
Ringer Volume
Ringer Type
Vibrate
Ring On Charger
Memo Alarm
Power Save
Headset Ringer
Talk Option
Speaker Volume
Receiver Volume
Headset Volume
Headset Mic Vol
Talk On Charger
Answer Option
Any Key Answer
Quick Answer
Auto Ans Delay
Key Option
Soft Key Edit
Soft Key Name
Key Lock Type
Auto Lock Time
Hot Key Time
Display Option
Language
Backlight
LCD Brightness
Standby Display
Category Name
Date Format
Time Format
Caller ID Disp
Colour Scheme
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Tone Option
Key Tone
Range Alarm
System Option
Register H/S
Cancel Base
Select Base
System Lock
Change PIN
H/S Information
CS Version
Firmware Update*1
Enable CS Web*1
Other Option
Change Password
Reset Handset
MasterCS Address
*1
These settings are made available through Web user interface programming. For details, consult your administrator or dealer.
Incoming Option
Sub Item
Ringer
Volume
Description
Adjusts the ringer volume.
Setting
Default
Step Up
Step Down
Level 1–6
Level 3
Off
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Sub Item
Description
Ringer Type
– Default*4
– Private
Ring
(Category 1–
9)
– Intercom
Ring*5
– Ext Ring*5
– Group Ring*5
– Doorphone*5
Ringer Pattern
Selects the ringtone for each type of
call.*1
LED Pattern
Selects the LED pattern for each type
of call.
Setting
Ringtone 1–19,
25–32
Default
Ringtone 1
Red
Green
Orange
Default: Red
Private Ring: Green
R®G®O
Vib. Pattern
Selects the vibrate pattern for each
type of call.
Single
Double
Triple
Single
Continuous
Colour Pattern*2
Selects the colour pattern for each
type of call.
Normal
Yellow
Normal
Red
Vibrate
Selects whether the handset vibrates
while receiving a call.
Vib.& Ring
Vib.® Ring
Off
Off
Ring On
Charger
Selects the ringing mode (On or Off)
while a handset is set on the
charger.*3
Memo Alarm
Ringer Pattern
Selects the ringtone for each Memo
Alarm.
LED Pattern
Selects the LED pattern for each
Memo Alarm.
On
Off
Ringtone 1–19,
25–32
On
Ringtone 1
Red
Green
Orange
Green
R®G®O
Vib. Pattern
Selects the vibrate pattern for each
Memo Alarm.
Single
Double
Triple
Single
Continuous
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Sub Item
Power Save
Headset
Ringer
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
Description
Power Save Time
Selects the number of seconds before
automatically turning off the Power
Save Items below when receiving a
call.
Setting
Default
0–60 s
30s
Power Save Item
Selects the items to turn off.
Ringer&Vibrate
Selects whether a tone is heard from
the attached headset while receiving
a call.
On
Backlight
Not selected
Off
Off
The preset melodies in this product are used with permission of © 2010 Copyrights Vision Inc.
Displayed only when "Private Ring" is selected.
When "Ring On Charger" is set to "On" but "Ringer Volume" is set to "Off", the handset rings at level 1.
This Ringer Type is available if the CS is connected to the SIP server.
This Ringer Type is available if the CS is connected to a KX-NS1000 PBX.
Talk Option
Sub Item
*1
Description
Setting
Speaker
Volume
Adjusts the rear speaker volume.
Level 1–6
Receiver
Volume*1
Adjusts the receiver volume.
Level 1–6
Headset
Volume
Adjusts the headset speaker volume.
Level 1–6
Headset Mic
Vol
Adjusts the headset microphone
volume.
Level 1–6
Talk On
Charger
Selects whether or not to continue the
conversation when the handset is put on
the charger during a conversation.
Default
Level 3
Level 2
Level 2
Level 6
On
Off
Off
For users in Taiwan, the receiver volume is fixed to the default level. If the value for "Receiver Volume" is changed, it will return to the
default level when the next call is started.
Answer Option
Sub Item
Description
Setting
Any Key
Answer
Answers a call by pressing any dialling
key.
On
Quick Answer
Answers a call while the phone is
charging by just lifting up a handset from
the charger.
On
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Off
Default
Off
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Sub Item
Auto Ans
Delay
Description
Selects the number of seconds before a
call is automatically answered when
Auto Answer is turned on.
Setting
0–20 s
Default
6s
Key Option
Sub Item
Description
Soft Key
Edit
– Softkey A
– Softkey B
– Softkey C
Edits the soft keys.
– Standby
– Talking
Soft Key
Name
– Softkey A
– Softkey B
– Softkey C
Edits the names of the soft keys.
– Standby
– Talking
Key Lock
Type
Selects the type of key lock.
Setting
Default
Default
Flexible Key
Function Key
Not stored
Hot Key Dial*1
Max. 5 characters
Not stored
Manual
Manual&Password*2*3
Auto
Manual
Auto&Password*2*3
Auto Lock
Time
Sets the number of seconds before the
handset key lock is activated when
"Auto" is selected as the Key Lock Type.
0–60 s
10s
Hot Key Time
Selects the number of seconds before a
call is automatically made when a Hot
Key assigned to "Auto" is pressed and
held.
1–20 s
2s
*1
*2
Displayed only when "Standby" is selected.
To avoid unauthorised access to this product:
–
–
*3
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Set a password that is random and cannot be easily guessed.
Change the password regularly.
If no password has been set, you cannot select "Manual&Password" or "Auto&Password" for "Key Lock Type". For details about
setting the password, see "Setting the Password (Page 17)".
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Display Option
Sub Item
Language
Description
Selects the display language.
Setting
Default
Deutsch
English
Español
FRANÇAIS
Italiano
Dansk
Nederlands
Svenska
English
ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΑ
Magyar
Português
Polski
slovensky
Čeština
Hrvatski
Backlight
Turns on the backlight of the LCD and
keypad. Can be set for each of the
following:
– Receiving
– Talking
LCD
Brightness
Adjusts the brightness of the backlight of
the LCD.
Standby
Display
Selects what is shown on the display
while in standby mode.*1
On
Off
Level 1–6
Receiving: Off
Talking: On
Level 3
Handset Number
Base & H/S No.
Edit
Handset
Number
Off
Edits the name displayed on the LCD
while in standby mode.
Max. 16 characters
Category
Name
Edits the names of the categories.
Max. 13 characters per
Category (1–9)
Date Format
Selects the format for the date shown on
the display.
Not stored
Not stored
DD-MM-YYYY
MM-DD-YYYY
DD-MM-YYYY
YYYY-MM-DD
Time Format
Selects the format for the time shown on
the display.
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24H
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Sub Item
Caller ID
Disp
Colour
Scheme
Description
Setting
Selects which caller information is
displayed when a call is received.
Either the information stored in the
handset’s phonebook or the phone
system can be displayed.
H/S Phonebook
Selects the colour scheme of the LCD.
Dark
PBX Setting
Default
PBX Setting
Dark
Light
If an extension name is assigned through Web user interface programming, the extension name is displayed when "Handset
Number" or "Base & H/S No." is selected. Depending on the number of characters stored for the extension name, the end of the
extension name may not be displayed.
*1
Tone Option
Sub Item
Key Tone
Description
Turns the key tone on or off.
Setting
On
On
Off
Range Alarm
Selects whether the range alarm tone
rings or not.
Default
On
On
Off
System Option
Sub Item
Description
Setting
Default
Register H/S
Registers a handset to a base.
Base 1–4
Not stored
Cancel Base*1
Cancels the registration of a handset.
Base 1–4*2
Not selected
Select Base*1
Selects a base.
Auto
Base 1–4
System Lock
Change PIN
H/S
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Selects whether to lock the System
Option setting or not.
Before registering your handset with a
phone system, enter the phone system’s
PIN here. Once you have registered the
handset with a phone system, this PIN
can be changed so that the handset can
be registered to an additional phone
system.
Displays the firmware version and the
IPEI (International Portable Equipment
Identity) number of the handset.
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Auto
Off
Off
Enter the PIN number.
(max. 8 digits)
1234
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Sub Item
CS Version
*1
*2
*3
Description
Setting
Default
Displays the firmware version and the
IPL (Initial Program Loader) number of
the CS that the handset is registered to.
—
—
Only registered bases are shown.
You can select multiple bases simultaneously.
Password is required (4 digits). For details about setting the password, see "Setting the Password (Page 17)".
Other Option
Sub Item
Change
Password*1*2
Description
Changes the handset password (4
digits) used for unlocking the
phonebook, using the Reset Handset
option, and unlocking the key lock.
Setting
Default
Enter Old Password.*3
¯
Enter New Password.
Not registered
¯
Verify New Password.
Reset
Handset
Returns the handset settings to its
default settings.
Enter Password.*4
(4 digits)
¯
Select the desired
item(s).
Not selected
¯
Press
MasterCS
Address
*1
*3
*4
—
—
To avoid unauthorised access to this product:
–
–
*2
Displays the IP address of the Master
CS.
If the handset is not yet registered,
"xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx" will be displayed.
.
Set a password that is random and cannot be easily guessed.
Change the password regularly.
Make a note of the password so that you will not forget it.
If a password has not already been set, you can skip the first step.
For details about setting the password, see "Setting the Password (Page 17)".
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Installation and Setup
Battery Installation
Open the battery cover, insert the batteries, and close the cover as indicated below.
Charger Connection
Connect the AC adaptor to the charger.
To AC Outlet
Hooks
•
•
•
The AC adaptor should be connected to a vertically oriented or floor-mounted AC outlet. Do not connect
the AC adaptor to a ceiling-mounted AC outlet, as the weight of the adaptor may cause it to become
disconnected.
Fasten the AC adaptor cord to the cord holder.
Use only the included Panasonic AC adaptor. For details, see "Accessory Information (Page 14)".
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•
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•
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To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not overload AC outlets and extension cords.
Do not bundle the charger’s AC adaptor cord with the power cords of machines located nearby.
Completely insert the AC adaptor/power plug into the AC outlet. Failure to do so may cause electric
shock and/or excessive heat resulting in a fire.
Regularly remove any dust, etc. from the AC adaptor/power plug by pulling it from the power outlet,
then wiping with a dry cloth. Accumulated dust may cause an insulation defect from moisture, etc.
resulting in a fire.
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Charging the Batteries
At the time of shipment, the batteries are not charged. Please charge the batteries for about 7 hours before
using the handset for the first time.
•
•
•
•
The charge indicator will turn off when the batteries are fully charged.
For more information about charging batteries, see "Battery
Information (Page 12)".
It is normal for the handset and charger to feel warm while the batteries
are charging.
Keep devices sensitive to magnetic fields away from the charger.
Use only the included charger.
Charger Wall Mounting
1. Install the two screws in the wall, spacing them 25 mm apart.
25 mm
for charger
25 mm
Screws
(Not supplied)
20 mm or longer
Space
(2 mm)
• Recommended screw size is
M4 x 20.
2. Mount the charger securely on the wall.
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•
Please copy this page and use as a reference for wall mounting.
Make sure to set the print size to correspond with the size of this page. If the dimension of the paper output
still deviates slightly from the measurement indicated here, use the measurement indicated here.
When mounting the charger, ensure that the correct screws are used for the type of wall.
Make sure that the wall that the charger will be attached to is strong enough to support the total weight of
the handset and charger (approx. 165 g). If not, it is necessary for the wall to be reinforced.
When this product is no longer in use, make sure to detach it from the wall.
When inserting screws, avoid pipes and electrical cables, etc, that may be present/buried.
The screw heads should not be flush to the wall.
Certain types of wall may require plugs to be anchored in the wall before the screws are inserted.
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Installation and Setup
Attaching the Belt Clip
You can attach the handset to your belt by following the steps below.
[To attach]
1. Insert the clip into the designated notches in the handset.
2. Slide the clip into the holder until it clicks.
[To remove]
1. Make sure to turn the handset 180° when you take it off.
2. Remove the belt clip.
Attaching the Phone Strap
Open the battery cover, run the strap through the strap hole, and then loop it around the hook.
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Appendix
Specifications
Item
Display
Specifications
1.8-inch TFT Backlight LCD, 65,000 colours
Headset Jack
1 (ø 2.5 mm)
Ni-MH AAA ´ 2 (1.2 V, 700 mAh)
Batteries
Maximum Power Consumption
(Charger)
Battery Performance
Charging Time
Standby: 0.3 W
Maximum: 2.0 W
Talk: up to 11 hours
Standby: up to 200 hours
7 hours
Dimensions
(Width ´ Depth ´ Height)
Handset only:
48.2 mm ´ 25.4 mm ´ 146.3 mm
Handset on charger:
71.9 mm ´ 71.3 mm ´ 159.7 mm
Handset (including batteries): 115 g
Weight
Handset (including batteries) and charger: 165 g
Operating Environment
0 °C to 40 °C
RF Specifications
Item
Frequency Band
Number of Carriers
Transmission Output
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Specifications
1880 MHz to 1900 MHz (DECT)
10
Average 10 mW
Peak 250 mW
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Appendix
Troubleshooting
Problem
The handset does not
work.
Possible Cause
Solution
The batteries are drained.
Charge the batteries fully.
For details, see "Charging the
Batteries (Page 49)".
The power is off.
•
•
The handset does not
ring.
Turn it on.
For details, see "Location of
Controls (Page 15)".
Re-insert the batteries, and then
set the handset on the charger.
For details, see "Battery
Installation (Page 48)", and
"Charging the Batteries
(Page 49)".
Ringer volume is set to "Off".
(If the ringer volume is set to
"Off", is displayed.)
Adjust the ringer volume level.
For details, see "Adjusting the Ringer
Volume (Page 25)".
Silent Mode is on.
(If Silent Mode is on, the
displayed.)
Turn off Silent Mode.
For details, see "Silent Mode
(Page 17)".
icon is
It is difficult to have a
conversation when in
Hands-free mode.
The microphone is facing the
wrong direction or is obstructed
during the conversation.
The front of the handset should face
you, and the microphone should not
be covered. You can also place the
phone so that it stands vertically. For
details, see "Location of Controls
(Page 15)".
You cannot make/
receive a call.
The handset is out of range, or the
CS is busy.
Move closer to the CS or try again
later.
The radio channel is busy, or a
radio communication error
occurred.
Try again later.
The number that you dialled is
restricted by your phone system.
Consult your administrator or dealer.
Key lock mode is on.
To cancel the mode, press and hold
for about 2 seconds.
For details, see "Key Lock
(Page 17)".
The radio channel is busy or a
radio communication error
occurred.
Try again later.
You cannot dial.
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Problem
The handset stops
working during
operation.
Possible Cause
An unknown error has occurred.
Solution
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•
You cannot use the
handset during a
power failure.
The handset will not function
during a power failure because the
CS stops emitting radio waves.
The headset does not
work.
The headset ringer cannot be
heard when receiving an incoming
call when the headset is attached.
Turn the handset off, and then
turn it back on.
For details, see "Location of
Controls (Page 15)".
Re-insert the batteries and try
again.
For details, see "Battery
Installation (Page 48)".
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•
Make sure the headset ringer
setting is set to "On".
For details, see "Incoming Option
(Page 41)".
Make sure the headset jack is
connected properly.
For details, see "Location of
Controls (Page 15)".
Nearby electrical appliances are
causing interference, or you are
too far from the CS.
•
Two short beeps are
heard during a
conversation.
The radio signal is weak.
Move closer to the CS.
You charged the
batteries for 7 hours,
but the beep tones
sound, and " "
flashes (needs to be
charged) after a few
telephone calls.
The battery charge contacts may
be dirty.
Clean the battery charge contacts
without damaging them and charge
once more.
It is time to change the batteries.
Replace with new batteries.
Noise is frequently
heard.
•
Place the handset and CS away
from other electrical appliances.
Move closer to the CS.
While charging the
batteries, the handset
and the AC adaptor
feel warm.
These are normal conditions.
"No Service" is
displayed, and beep
tones are heard.
The handset is out of range.
Move closer to the CS or try again
later.
The CS or phone service is out of
service.
Consult your administrator or dealer.
While charging the
batteries, the LED
indicator blinks
rapidly and the
handset beeps rapidly.
The batteries are not charging
correctly due to an electrical
failure.
Unplug the AC adaptor from the AC
outlet, remove the batteries from the
handset, and consult your dealer.
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Appendix
Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
The "Delete All"
operation to delete all
phonebook entries is
not functioning.
The batteries are drained, which
prevents the operation from being
completed.
Charge the batteries fully, then try
again. For details, see "Charging the
Batteries (Page 49)".
The System Speed
Dial Download of the
KX-NS1000 PBX is
enabled but some of
the phone numbers to
be downloaded
(default: 100) are not
downloaded to the
handset phonebook.*1
The total number of the phone
numbers registered to the handset
and the phone numbers
downloaded from the PBX exceeds
the handset phonebook capacity
(500 numbers).
Delete the phone numbers of the
handset phonebook which were
registered manually.
*1
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This item is applied only when the CS is connected to a KX-NS1000 PBX.
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Error Messages
Error Message
Possible Cause
Solution
Register Unit
The handset has been cancelled or
the handset has not been
registered.
Consult your dealer.
No Service
The handset is out of range.
Move closer to the CS.
The CS is turned off.
Make sure the power cord is
connected.
CS Busy
The CS is busy.
Try again later.
Charge Battery
The handset batteries have little
charge remaining.
Charge the batteries fully.
For details, see "Charging the
Batteries (Page 49)".
No Entries
When trying to view the
phonebook: No items have been
stored.
For details, see "Storing an Item in
the Handset Phonebook
(Page 33)".
When trying to view the Incoming
or Outgoing Call Log: No logs have
been stored.
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Memory Full
The phonebook is full and cannot
store the new item.
Remove unnecessary data in the
phonebook and try again.
Use Rechargeable
Battery
The wrong type of battery such as
Alkaline or Manganese was
inserted.
Use only the rechargeable Ni-MH
batteries. For details, see "Accessory
Information (Page 14)" and
"Replacing the Batteries (Page 12)".
Need Repair
There is an error with the fixed
internal memory.
Consult your dealer.
System Locked
The System Option menu has been
locked and cannot be accessed.
Consult your administrator or dealer.
Password Not
Stored
Displayed when you access a
feature that requires a password,
but a password has not been set.
Set a password. See "Setting the
Password (Page 17)".
Error
An error message is received from
the CS when trying to change
FWD/DND status.
Try again, or consult your
administrator or dealer.
Aborted
There was a wireless transmission
error during a phonebook
download or upload.
Use the PS closer to the CS.
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Appendix
Error Message
Phonebook Error
Possible Cause
There was a wireless transmission
error, corrupted data, or the
memory became full during a
phonebook download.
Solution
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•
Remove unnecessary data in the
phonebook, or consult your
administrator regarding the
number of items being
downloaded.
Use the PS closer to the CS.
Download Failed
There was an error during a PS
firmware update.
Consult your administrator or dealer.
<ERROR 1>/<ERROR
2>
There was a hardware error during
a PS firmware update.
Consult your administrator or dealer.
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Index
Index
Deleting 39
Dialling 27
K
A
AC adaptor 14
Accessories 14
Key Lock
B
Lock
Keys 17
Phonebook
L
Batteries 14
Charging 49
Installation 48
Battery information 12
Belt clip 14
Attaching 50
Belt clip holder 14
35
M
Memo Alarm
36
N
Noise Reduction
C
Call Forwarding 31
Call Log
Deleting 39
Making a call 27
Storing to phonebook 34
Call Waiting 32
Caller ID 29
Calls
Holding 30
Making 27
Receiving 29
Transferring 30
Category names, editing 35
Characters
Available characters 38
Entering 37
Charger 14
Connection 48
Wall mounting 49
Conference 30
Controls, locations of 15
18
O
One-touch Dialling 27
Operation outline 23
P
Phone strap, attaching 50
Phonebook 33
Category names, editing 35
Deleting 39
Editing 33
Locking 35
Searching 28
Storing from call log 34
Storing from predial 34
Storing new 33
Power Save Mode 18
Private Ring 33
R
Receiver volume 26
Ringer volume 25
D
Display language 25
Do Not Disturb (DND) 31
E
Error messages
17
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F
Flexible Keys 22
Editing names 25
Function keys 24
Function menus 24
H
Headset volume 26
Hold 30
Hot Key
Assigning 35
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Settings 40
Answer Option 43
Display Option 45
Incoming Option 41
Key Option 44
Other Option 47
System Option 46
Talk Option 43
Tone Option 46
Silent Mode 17
Soft Keys 20
Speaker volume 26
Specifications 51
Standby display number
25
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Index
T
Text, entering 37
Three-party conference
Transferring a call 30
30
V
Vibrate 25
Voice Mail 32
Volume
Receiver/Speaker/Headset
Ringer 25
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