Video Phone User Guide
User Guide
IP VIDEO PHONE
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Contents
Chapter 1:
Chapter 2:
Chapter 3:
Chapter 4:
Appendix A:
Introduction
Welcome
The Concept of VoIP
What is SIP
Installing
Package Contents
Assembling the Phone
Connecting to the Network
Power on the Phone
Using the Phone
Knowing Your IP Video Phone
Keys/Buttons Layout
Making Telephone Calls
Receiving a Call
Muting a Call
Ending a Call
Setting Up the Phone
Phonebook
Call Records
System Settings
SIP Services
Call Services
Regulatory Information
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Chapter 1 : Introduction
Welcome
Thank you for choosing the IP Video Phone. This product provides many extraordinary features:
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Streaming Video and Voice over IP networks (VoIP).
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Support SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) telephony services.
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Friendly graphical user interface with four interactive soft buttons provide most easy-to-use operations.
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Integrated 5 inches LCD panel and camera provide outstanding video quality.
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Ergonomically adjustable camera and screen
position.
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Multi-function keypad for telephony operations and
configurations.
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Handset and speaker-phone modes.
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Web User Interface for online configuration from web
browser on your computer
Please read this user guide carefully before taking any
installation action. Please contact your dealers or system
integrators if you have questions.
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The Concept of VoIP
The initial of Voice/Video over Internet Protocol, is the advanced technologies
that provide digital voice/video conversations over the Internet or through any
other IP-based network.
Few significant benefits of VoIP are:
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Cost saving. By utilizing a single network to carry voice/video and data
where
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users have existing network capacity that can carry VoIP at no extra
cost.
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Able to transmit multiple telephone calls down the existing IP network. It
makes
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VoIP a simple way to add an extra services to home or office.
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Receiving incoming calls anywhere you are connected to IP network or
Internet. User can work from anywhere with a sufficiently fast and stable
Internet connection.
The diagram on right side provides an example of a VoIP network structure.
Figure 1 : VoIP Network Structures
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What is SIP
SIP is the initial of Session-Initiation-Protocol; it is an application-layer control
(signaling) protocol for creating, modifying, and terminating sessions with one
or more participants. These sessions include Internet telephone calls,
multimedia distribution, and multimedia conferences. Simply say, SIP is a most
commonly used protocol that used to interconnect SIP Enabled PBXes and/or
SIP User Agents to each other to establish voice and video sessions between
each other over an IP Network.
This IP Video Phone implemented with advanced SIP technologies that is able
to provide outstanding voice and video quality over the IP network.
The diagram on right side provides an example of a SIP infrastructures.
Figure 2 : SIP Infrastructures
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Chapter 2 : Installing
Package Contents
The following items are included in your
IP Video Phone package. Check this list
before installation to ensure that you
have received all items.
n Phone Base Unit
o Handset
p Handset Cradle and Fixing Plate
q Handset Cord
r USB Cable
s Ethernet Cable
t Power Adapter
u Quick-Installation-Guide and CD
Please contact your dealer immediately
in case you are missing items.
Figure 3 : Package Contents
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Assembling the Phone
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Locate the longer straightened end of the handset cord, and plug
this end into the back of the phone base unit.
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Plug in short straightened end of the handset cord into the jack
at the bottom of the handset. Please refer to Figure 3.
Figure 4 : Assembling the Handset
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You may fix the Handset Cradle with Phone Unit by using the
bundled Fixing Plate. Please follow this procedure. Please refer
to Figure 4.
Figure 5 : Mounting the Fixing Plate
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Connecting to the Network
Please identify which IP Video Phone model you have before
installation. Standard model comes with only Power and LAN
connectors on the back panel. Advanced model comes with
extra WAN and four video/ audio ports. Please follow these
steps to connect your IP Video phone:
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To connect to Ethernet network, plug in one end of Ethernet
cable into LAN port of the phone base unit, and then plug in
the other end to a Ethernet switch or Hub.
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Plug audio and video cables to proper ports to connect to
external A/V devices such as:
Video Outpu
Audio Output
Audio Input
Video Input
TV, VCR, etc.
peakers, Audio Recorder, etc.
Microphone, CD Player, etc.
Camcorder, CCTV Camera,
DVD Player, etc.
(For advanced model)
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Connect the power cord of the power adapter at last. After you have
made the correct connections, then plug in the AC power adapter to an
electrical outlet. Use only the adapter that came with the phone.
Figure 6 : Cabling Diagram
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Power on the Phone
After this phone is properly installed, you may power on it by plug in the power adapter
connector. Following boot-up sequences will take place:
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A Welcome message will show on the LCD first. This screen will last for about 5
seconds. Please refer to the first picture from the left below.
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Then you will see a System Loading message on the LCD screen. A vivid color ring is
circling during this stage, please refer to second picture from the left below. This
screen will last for about 25 seconds.
After boot up sequences are completed, the main page will show on the LCD screen,
please refer to the third picture from the left. Now this Phone is ready to use.
Figure 7 : Booting Up Screens
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Chapter 3 : Using the Phone
Knowing Your IP Video Phone
5 Inches LCD Screen
Camera Lens
Camera Knob
Handset
Sliding Lens Cover
Soft-Function Key
Indicators
Speaker
USB Port
SD Card Slot
Microphone
Fixing Plate
Handset Cradle
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Keys/Buttons Layout
Soft-Function Key Indicators
Soft-Function Key
Dedicated Function Keys
FUNCTION (LED Indicator)
MUTE (LED Indicator)
FLASH
SPEAKER (LED Indicator)
: Volume Up
: Volume Down
Dial Key Pad
Navigation Key Pad
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Making Telephone Calls
After this phone has booted up, you may place a call by following
ways:
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Lift the handset and key in the preferred phone number on the
dialing field, then press Dial button to make a call.
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Press the SPEAKER button and key in the preferred phone
number on the dialing field, then press Dial button to make a call.
This phone is able to remember your last called phone number. So if
you have made a call before, you will see last called phone number on
the dialing field when you lifting the handset or pressing the SPEAKER
button. You can press the Dial button to call same number again, or
press the numeric keys to cancel pervious number.
Figure 8 : Making Calls
You may also make a call from several other locations of the User
Interface:
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To dial from the Phonebook. Enter the Phonebook and find the
preferred number, then press the Dial button or Enter key (R) of the
Navigation Keypad to make a call.
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To dial from the Call Records. Find the preferred phone number in
the Call Records, then press the Dial button or Enter key (R) of the
Navigation Keypad to make a call.
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Receiving a Call
When a call is come in, the phone will ring, and you will see the screen
on the right side appeared. You may receive this call by following ways:
z Pick up the handset.
z Press the SPEAKER button.
Muting a Call
You may press the MUTE button to cut the outgoing video and voice
when using handset or speaker-phone. This feature allows you to
prevent the persons on the other end from hearing what you or
someone else at this end is saying.
You can cancel the mute function by pressing the MUTE button again.
Figure 9 : Receiving Calls
Ending a Call
You may end the call by following ways:
z Hang up the handset if you are using the handset.
z Press the SPEAKER button if your are using the speaker phone.
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Chapter 4 : Setting up the Phone
This chapter describes how to use and setup your IP Video Phone. You may press the Menu
soft-function key to enter this mode. There are 5 major sections in this mode:
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Phonebook
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Call Records
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System Settings
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SIP Services
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Call Services
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Photo Album
You may use [ Å ] and [ Æ ] keys to select preferred
section, then press Enter key [ 9 ] to enter the sub
pages. Then use [ Ç ] and [ È ] keys to select
preferred item, and then press Enter key [ 9 ] to take
further actions.
Figure 10 : Phonebook
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Phonebook
Phonebook main page includes five options: Search, List, Add New Contact,
Import and Export.
Search
This is a smart searching feature, it will show all related contacts while you
are keying first few characters. When you see the preferred contact, you may
use [ Ç ] and [ È ] keys to highlight the target contact, and then press Enter
key [ 9 ] to view details.
There are 4 soft-function keys in this page:
Edit
Press this button to edit the details of selected person.
There are 5 items in this page: Group, Name, PSTN,
Mobile and IP-URI (Uniform Resource Identifier). You
may update person or object data here.
Backspace
Press this button to cancel last inputted character.
[ABC]/[123]
Press this button to switch key pad between input
characters or numbers.
Exit
Press this button to back to last screen.
Figure 11 : Search Mode
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List
You will see all contacts list in this page by alphabetical sequence. You may
use [ Ç ] and [ È ] keys to highlight preferred target, and then press [ Group ],
[ Edit ], [ Delete ] and [Exit ] to proceed further actions.
There are 4 soft-function keys in this page:
Group
You may switch the group to show phone list of selected
group by pressing this button. There are total 10 groups
and “All Numbers”.
Edit
Press this button to edit the details of selected person.
There are 5 items in this page: Group, Name, PSTN,
Mobile and IP-URI (Uniform Resource Identifier). You
may update person or object data here.
Delete
You may delete selected person or object by pressing this
button.
Exit
Press this button to back to last screen.
Figure 12 : List Mode
Add New Contact
You may add new contact phone number in this page. You will see five items:
Group
Name
PSTN No
Mobile No
- Select preferred group for this new contact by using [ Å ]
and [ Æ ] keys.
- You may input name of new contact here.
- You may input PSTN phone number of new contact here.
- You may input mobile phone number of new contact here.
Figure 13 : Add New Contact
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IP-URI
- You may input Domain Name or IP address of of new
contact here. The format usually like this:
<Domain>@xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.
There are 3 soft-function keys in this page:
Backspace
Press this button to cancel last inputted character.
[ABC]/[123]
Press this button to switch key pad between input
characters or numbers.
Exit
Press this button to back to last screen.
Edit Group
Figure 14 : Edit Group Mode
You may rename group in this page. You will see a list of groups when you
enter this page. There are total 10 groups, from Group 1 to Group 10. Use
[ Ç ] and [ È ] keys to select preferred group, and then go to right side to
change the name.
There are 3 soft-function keys in this page:
Backspace
Press this button to cancel last inputted character.
[ABC]/[123]
Press this button to switch key pad between input
characters or numbers.
Exit
Press this button to back to last screen.
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Import & Export
You may import and export the phone book in this page. Exported phonebook
is you stored in text file format. You can use WordPad to edit the phonebook,
and then import it back to IP Video Phone. Phonebook is able to store
maximum 200 records.
You have to attach a USB disk before you take Import or Export actions. You
will see 2 selections when you enter this page: Import and Export. Use [ Å ]
and [ Æ ] keys to select preferred item, then press [ 9 ] to execute selected
action.
There is 1 soft-function key in this page:
Export
Press this button to export Phonebook to USB Disk.
Import
Press this button to import Phonebook from USB Disk.
Clear
Press this button to delete all records on the Phonebook. This
feature is able to prevent duplication data on Phonebook.
Exit
Press this button to back to last screen.
Figure 16 : Import and Export Mode
Phonebook File Format
Exported Phonebook data is stored in “CSV” format. CSV format is common
used file format for Internet and network applications. You may Notepad to
edit this file. There are 4 columns in this file: Name, IP-URI, PSTN, and
Mobile. Please note, DO NOT delete the comma “,” between columns.
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Call Records
Find Call Records by using [ Å ] and [ Æ ] keys. There are 3 options:
Missed Calls, Dialed Calls and Answered Calls.
Missed Calls
In this page, you will see a list of all missed calls. This phone keeps maximum
20 missed call records.
You may use [ Ç ] and [ È ] keys to select preferred record, then you may
press [ 9 ] to dial out this number. There are 4 soft-function keys in this page:
Enter
Press this button to dial out selected number.
Clear
Press this button to delete all missed call records.
Delete
Press this button to delete this missed call.
Exit
Press this button to back to last screen.
Figure 17 : Call Records
Dialed Calls
In this page, you will see a list of all dialed calls, this phone keeps maximum
20 dialed call records.
You may use [ Ç ] and [ È ] keys to select preferred record, then you may
press [ 9 ] to dial out this number. There are 4 soft-function keys in this page:
Enter
Press this button to dial out selected number.
Clear
Press this button to delete all dialed call records.
Figure 18 : Missed Calls
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Delete
Press this button to delete this dialed call.
Exit
Press this button to back to last screen.
Answered Calls
In this page, you will see a list of all missed calls, this phone keeps maximum
20 answered call records.
Use [ Ç ] and [ È ] keys to select preferred item, then you may press [ 9 ] to
dial selected number or you may user one of 4 soft-function keys in this
mode:
Enter
Press this button to dial out selected number.
Clear
Press this button to delete all answered call records.
Delete
Press this button to delete this answered call.
Exit
Press this button to back to last screen.
Figure 19 : Answered Calls
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System Settings
Find System Settings by using [ Å ] and [ Æ] keys. There are 5 options:
Phone Settings, Network Settings, Video Settings, Audio Settings and
Upgrade.
Basic Settings
This mode contains basic settings of this phone. There are 11 items in this
page:
- This ID is a unique number giving by manufacturer to
identify this device on networks. it is fixed and not
revisable.
Device Name - This item allows user to give a name to this device.
You can use this name to identify this particular device if
you have more than one IP Video Phone on
the same network. You can input up to 30 characters in
this field.
Date & Time - You can input your local date and time in this field.
Date Format - You can select preferred date format at this field. There
are 3 formats available: YYYY/MM/DD, MM/DD/YYYY and
DD/MM/YYYY. Use Ñ and Ò keys to select preferred one,
then press OK to confirm selection.
Time Format - You can select preferred time format at this field. There are
2 formats available: 12 hours and 24 hours system. You
may use [ Å ] and [ Æ] keys to select preferred format.
Device ID
Figure 20 : System Settings
Figure 21 : Basic Settings - 1
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Time Zone
- You may select preferred time zone in this field. This Time
Zone is based on GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) system.
NTP Server1 NTP Server2 -
Web UI
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There are total 25 selections, from GMT-12 to GMT+12.
You may use [ Å ] and [ Æ] keys to select preferred
format.
You may enable or disable the NTP service here.
This field allows you to set the main
Network-Time-Protocol server address.
You may input an alternate NTP server address here. In
case the main NTP server is not available, system will
calibrate time according to second server.
This item allows user to enable or disable the Web User
Interface. You can manage this product from a computer
with Web User Interface if it is enabled. You may disable
this feature for security reasons.
Figure 22 : Basic Settings - 2
Soft-function keys may different in each page. Following function keys are
using in these pages:
Edit
Press this button to select preferred items.
SyncTime
Press this button to synchronize time with NTP server.
OK
Press this button to save changes temporarily. You will be
asked to save changes permanently when you press Exit
to leave this page
Backspace
Press this button to cancel last inputted character.
Exit
Press this button to back to last screen.
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Network Settings
This page allows you to setup the important parameters of network
connection. There are 8 items in this mode.
- This item allows you to select type of IP address of this
IP Type
device. There are 3 options: DHCP Client, Fixed IP and
PPPoE:
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DHCP Client - If you wish to connect this device to a
exist network and get dynamic IP address from the
DHCP server, please select this one. You will see all
other items in this mode are grayed out. In most of
cases, DHCP Client is used for connecting LAN
(Local-Area-Network).
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Fixed IP - If you wish to use fixed IP address to connect
to network, you may select this one. You may get Fixed
IP when you applying SIP service from carriers or
operators. You will see last 2 items for PPPoE are
grayed out. Please follow instructions below to setup
other parameters for Fixed IP.
PPPoE - This selection is for connecting ADSL modem
directly. Your phone will trigger ADSL model to connect
to Internet automatically when you are dialing phone
number. Normally in this case, this device is
disconnected with LAN or you do not have exist
network.
- You may fill in IP address here if Fixed IP is selected.
Figure 23 : DHCP Client Settings
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IP Address
Figure 24 : Fixed IP Settings
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Sub Netmask - You may fill in Subnet Mask address here if Fixed IP is
selected.
Def. Gateway - You may fill in default gateway address here if Fixed IP is
selected.
- You may fill in primary DNS server address here if Fixed IP is
DNS1
selected.
- You may fill in secondary DNS server address here if Fixed IP
DNS2
is selected.
- You may fill in PPPoE account ID or name here if PPPoE is
PPPoE ID
selected in IP type selection.
PPPoE PSWD - You may fill in PPPoE account password here if PPPoE is
selected in IP type selection.
Soft-function keys may different in each page. Following function keys are
using in these pages :
Edit
Press this button to select preferred items.
OK
Press this button to save changes temporarily. You will be
asked to save changes permanently when you press Exit
to leave this page
Backspace
Press this button to cancel last inputted character.
Exit
Press this button to back to last screen.
Figure 25 : PPPoE Settings
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Video Settings
This page contains 7 parameters of video streaming and quality.
- You may disable video streaming here. Select “Off” to make
audio only phone calls.
Bandwidth - This item allows you to select preferred bandwidth of video
streaming. There are 6 options: 768Kbps, 512Kbps, 384Kbps,
256Kbps and 128Kbps. You shall select suitable bandwidth to
meet Internet condition. You may have to check available
bandwidth with your service provider. Default setting is 384Kbps.
- This item allows you to select preferred video quality. There are 5
Quality
options: Excellent, Good, Average, Acceptable and Worst.
Please note that better quality creates higher bit-rate and
requires larger bandwidth. You may see broken video if you
select better quality but with not enough bandwidth. Default
setting is Average.
Scene Color - This item allows you to adjust color balance of the camera
module. There are 3 options: Yellow Lamps, Orange Lamps and
Fluorescent Light. Please select a suitable one to meet your
room lighting environment. Default setting is Yellow Lamps.
Brightness - This item allows you to adjust brightness of the camera module.
There are 10 levels, from 0 to 9. Higher number gives brighter
image. Default setting is 5.
Lightness - This item allows you to adjust lightness of LCD panel. There are
10 levels, from 0 to 9. Default setting is 5.
Video Def.
Figure 26 : Video Settings
Video Fmt. - This item allows you to select the video format of LCD Display or
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TV-OUT port (specified models). There are 2 options: NTSC and
PAL.
Soft-function keys may different in each page. Following function keys are
using in these pages:
Edit
Press this button to select preferred items.
OK
Press this button to save changes temporarily. You will be
asked to save changes permanently when you press Exit
to leave this page
Exit
Press this button to back to last screen.
Audio Settings
This page contains 4 parameters for adjusting audio qualities.
CODEC
Ring Volume
Handset Vol.
Speaker Vol.
- This item allows you to select the priority of audio CODEC. This
phone will associate caller's IP phone according to this priority.
This phone supports 2 audio CODECs: G.711 and G.729.
There are 2 options: <G.711/G.729> and <G.729/G.711>.
Default setting is <G.711/G.729>.
- This item allows you to set volume of ring tone. There are 10
levels, 0 ~ 9. Default setting is 4.
- This item allows you to set volume of handset. There are 10
levels: 0 ~ 9. Default setting is 9. You have to pick up the
handset when you are setting the volume.
- This item allows you to set volume of speaker. There are 10
Figure 27 : Audio Settings
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levels, 0 ~ 9. Default setting is 4.
Soft-function keys may different in each page. Following function keys are
using in these pages:
Edit
Press this button to select preferred items.
OK
Press this button to save changes temporarily. You will be
asked to save changes permanently when you press Exit
to leave this page
Exit
Press this button to back to last screen.
Upgrade
This page allows you to upgrade firmware of this phone. This upgrade goes
through the USB Mass Storage (USB Memory Disk). There are 2 options:
SW Version - Shows current firmware version.
AutoUpgarde - You may enable this feature if it is available from service
provider.
Please follow these steps to take upgrade:
1. Download the new firmware into a USB disk.
2. Connect the USB Disk to USB port of this phone. Use USB cable that
comes with the package if the connector format is not match.
3. Press “Upgrade” to start, you will see screen like Figure 29 appeared.
Figure 28 : Upgrade Page
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SIP Services
This section allows you to setup necessary parameters of SIP services.
There is only 1 option: Add New Service.
Add New Service
There are 10 parameters for setting the SIP service:
- You have to fill in the phone number here. Normally it is
Phone No.
provided by service provider. It also can be an extension
number if this phone is connected to a IP PBX.
- Initial of Display Name. This name will show on the IP phone
Display Na.
of called parties. You may fill in the preferred name here.
- This item allows you to select the working model of SIP
SIP Mode
service. Select “Server” mode if this phone is connect to a SIP
server or IP PBX. Default setting is Peer-TO-Peer.
- You may select the correct low level communication protocol
Protocol
Proxy
Registrar
Figure 30 : SIP Setting Page 1
here. There are 2 options: UDP and TCP. You have to confirm
which one the service is using from your service provider.
Default setting is UDP.
- You may fill in IP address or domain name of the SIP Proxy
Server here.
- You may fill in IP address or domain name of SIP Registrar
Server here.
Figure 31 : SIP Setting Page 2
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Reg. Time
Acct. ID
Acct. PSWD
SE Timer
- Initial of Registration Time. This item is a parameter of SIP
service. You may fill in the effective registration period of SIP
service here. You have to contact your service provider to get
correct setting. Default setting is 3600 seconds.
- You may fill in your account name of SIP service here.
- You may fill in the password of your SIP service account here.
- Initial of Session Timer. This is a parameter of SIP service.
You may fill in the Session Timer period of SIP service. You
have to contact your service provider to get correct setting.
Default setting is 1800 seconds.
Soft-function keys may different in each page. Following function keys are
using in these pages:
Edit
Press this button to select preferred items.
OK
Press this button to save changes temporarily. You will be
asked to save changes permanently when you press Exit
to leave this page
Backspace
Press this button to cancel last inputted character.
Exit
Press this button to back to last screen.
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Call Services
You can setup call services of this phone here. There are 2 services
available:
- Initials of "Do Not Disturb". All phone calls will be rejected
DND
if this service is enabled. Caller will here busy tone when
call this number.
Auto Answer - This feature allows this phone to answer incoming call
automatically. There are 2 options: Disable and
Immediately.
Soft-function keys may different in each page. Following function keys are
using in these pages:
Edit
Press this button to select preferred items.
OK
Press this button to save changes temporarily. You will be
asked to save changes permanently when you press Exit
to leave this page
Exit
Press this button to back to last screen.
Figure 32 : Call Services
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Photo Frame
This phone comes with Photo Frame and Screen Saver features.
Photo Frame
You may store JPEG photos in embedded Flash Disk, and then playback the
photos on LCD display. The photos in embedded Flash Disk are only for
playing on this phone, not for other purpose for they will be resized to a
proprietary size.
Please follow these steps to import photos:
1. Select Photo Frame, and the press Enter [ 9 ].
2. Select source, from Local Memory or USB Disk.
3. This Phone will locate image and create thumbnails. It may take minutes if
the photo size is too large. The largest photo size that this phone is able to
convert is 4 Mega-Bytes (2048x2048).
4. If you select USB Disk, then you may press “Import” button to upload
images into embedded Flash Disk.
5. If you select embedded Flash Disk, then you may use [Å], [Æ], [ Ç ] and
[ È ] keys to select photo, then press Delete button to erase photo from
embedded Flash Disk, or press View button to view photo at full screen.
Figure 33 : Photo Frame Main Page
Screen Saver
There are 2 options in this page:
Figure 34 : Photo Frame – Select Source
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Saver Type
Active Time
- You may select “Photo Slideshow” or Clock” here.
- You may select active time here. There are 3 options: 1
minute, 3 minutes and 5 minutes.
Beside Photo Slideshow or Screen Saver will activate in selected period, in
order to extend the life time of LCD display, the screen will turn off after 10
minutes from the last pressing button action.
Soft-function keys may different in each page. Following function keys are
using in these pages:
Enter
Press this button to dial selected preferred item.
Play
Press this button to playback the photos is selected
memory disk.
View
Press to view selected photo in full screen.
Delete
Press to erase photo from selected memory disk.
Cancel
Press to back to last level.
Edit
Press this button to select preferred items.
OK
Press this button to save changes temporarily. You will be
asked to save changes permanently when you press Exit
to leave this page
Backspace
Press this button to cancel last inputted character.
Exit
Press this button to back to last screen.
Figure 35 : Photo Frame – Thumbnails
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Appendix A : Regulartory Information
FCC STATEMENT
This product has been tested and complies with the specifications for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used according to the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which is found by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
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Increase the separation between the equipment or devices
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Connect the equipment to an outlet other than the receiver's
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Consult a dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for assistance
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be
installed and operated with minimum distance 20cm between the radiator and your body.
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Video Phone User Guide
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY (EUROPE)
Manufacturer declares that this product conforms to the specifications listed below, following the provisions of the European R&TTE
directive 1999/5/EC:
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EN 301 489-1, 301 489-17 General EMC requirements for Radio equipment.
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EN 609 50 Safety
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EN 300-328-1, EN 300-328-2 Technical requirements for Radio equipment.
Caution: This equipment is intended to be used in all EU and EFTA countries. Outdoor use may be restricted to certain frequencies
and/or may require a license for operation. Contact local Authority for procedure to follow.
Note: Combinations of power levels and antennas resulting in a radiated power level of above 100 mW equivalent isotropic radiated
power (EIRP) are considered as not compliant with the above mentioned directive and are not allowed for use within the European
community and countries that have adopted the European R&TTE directive 1999/5/EC.
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