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SD8501
Digital Enhanced Cordless Communication
User Manual
Contents
What the symbols mean
The Handset and Base Unit
Setting up your telephone
Installation
Important safety information
Warranty Information
Making and answering calls
Phone Book
Call Logs
Handset Setting
Base Setting
Resetting the system
Handset Registration
Intercom and transfer
Troubleshooting
Technical details
Declaration of conformity
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What the symbols mean
Batteries charge level
Whenever this shows ‘nearly empty’ (
), put the handset on the base unit to charge the
batteries. While the batteries is being charged, the level shown will keep changing.
Outside call
You are connected to an outside call.
Intercom call
You are connected to an intercom call.
Phone book
Show the names and numbers of stored record.
Mute
Your handset's microphone is muted.
Up and down arrows
To browse through the programming menu for more options.
Signal level
Shows the strength of the signal between the handset and base unit, and flashes when you are
out of range of the base unit, when the level is low, or the symbol is flashing, move closer to
base unit.
Speakerphone
Your handset’s loudspeaker is on.
Missed call
You have missed call unread.
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The Handset and Base Unit
MENU Button
Phonebook Button
Press to enter menu mode and
enter sub-menu. With the key
“* to lock or unlock the
keyboard
In standby mode, press to enter
phonebook menu
Press to confirm selection.
You need the button if you phone is
Connected to a PABX
CALL Button
INT Button
Press to begin, answer and
end a telephone call.
Press to make an intercom
call (if you have more than
one handset)
UP and DOWN Button
In standby mode, press to show
phonebook list
Press during programming to
move through the menu.
Press during a call to change the
volume in the earpiece.
SPEAKERPHONE Button
Clear button
The IN USE light
comes on when you
have a connection to
the telephone line.
Press to turn the
speakerphone ON/OFF
IN USE light
Press and hold (2-3seconds)
to switch the handset on and
off.
Press during programming to
go back to the previous
option, or to clear digits one
by one from the display.
Press during a call to mute
the microphone.
HANDSET LOCATOR button
Press this to make the
handset ring,
if you cannot remember
where you put it.
Press it again to stop the
handset ringing.
CHARGE light
The CHARGE light comes on
when the handset's batteries are
being charged.
Before you can use the handset to make
calls for the first time, you will need to
fit and fully charge the battery for 15
hours.
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Setting up your telephone
Connection and conditions for use
You can connect your SD8501 to a direct exchange line (DEL), a line connected to a local
exchange, with its own phone number; to an extension socket connected to a DEL; or to an
extension on an approved compatible PBX. Do not connect the SD8501 as an extension to a
payphone.
How many phones can you connect?
The ringer equivalence numbers (RENs) of all instruments (phones, fax machines, etc.)
connected to an exchange line must not add up to more than 4, otherwise, one or more of
them may not ring and/or answer calls correctly. The SD8501 has a REN of 1, and most
other telephones have a REN of 1unless marked otherwise.
Radio signals between handset and base unit
To use your handset and base unit together, you must be able to establish a radio link
between them. Be aware that:
• Sitting the base unit as high as possible will give better results, in a two-storey house,
the best position may be on the first-floor landing.
• Any large metal object, like a fridge, a mirror or a filing cabinet, between the handset
and base unit may block the radio signal.
• Other solid structures, like walls, may reduce the signal strength.
Choosing a site for the base unit
The base unit should be placed on a level surface, in a position where:
• The mains adapter plug will reach a 230-V AC switched mains supply socket; never
try to lengthen the mains power cable.
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The telephone cable will reach your telephone line socket or extension socket.
It is not close to another telephone, this can cause radio interference.
It is not close to a sink, bath or shower, or anywhere else where it might get wet.
It is not close to other electrical equipment, fridges, washing machines, microwave
ovens, TVs, fluorescent lights, etc.
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What's in this pack
Please check the box contents for completeness.
If any parts are missing, return complete box to your supplier.
• The cordless handset
• The base unit
• 2xRechargeable AAA batteries
• A telephone line cable (different from country to country)
• A mains power lead and adaptor (different from country
to country)
• Charger pods (not available for single handset)
• User manual
Note: Keep your proof of purchase to support any warranty
claim.
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Installation
1. Choose a suitable site for the base unit
Make sure it is not near to another telephone, nor to other electrical
equipment.
2. Plug the mains power lead
and the telephone line cord
into the rear of the base unit
3. Plug the mains adapter
into a 230 V AC, 50 Hz
mains socket, with the
switch on the socket set to OFF
Note: The illustration of adaptor
may vary from country to country.
4. Switch on mains power at the socket
5. Fit the batteries in the handset(s)
Insert the rechargeable batteries following
the batteries polarity indication.
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Fit the batteries compartment cover,
Sliding it until it clicks firmly into
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6. Connect the base unit to the telephone line
Switch off power at the mains socket.
Insert the telephone line plug into the socket.
Switch mains power back on
Make sure the mains socket is
switched on if you want to use
the phone---it will not work
without electrical power.
Use the plug to raise the
shutter before pushing it into
the socket
Note:
1. The charge pod does not have
a connection to the telephone
line.
2. The illustration of telephone's
socket may vary from country
to country.
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Important safety information
This equipment is not designed for making emergency calls in the event of a power failure.
Alternative arrangements should be made for access to emergency services.
(This means that you should also have a basic phone that does not need mains power,
connected to your line so that you can make calls during a power failure)
People with a heart pacemaker should consult their doctor before using the telephone.
If you wear a hearing aid, you should note SD8501 works by transmitting radio waves
between base and handset that may cause a humming noise.
1. DO NOT clean any part of your phone with benzene, thinner or other solvent chemicals,
which may cause permanent damage to your phone. This damage is not covered by the
Guarantee. When necessary, clean it with a damp cloth.
Cleaning it with a wet cloth may give you an electric shock.
2. DO NOT use this equipment in places where volatile or explosive materials may be
present.
3. DO NOT let the base unit get wet. Electrical equipment can cause serious injury if used
while you are wet or standing in water. NEVER use your phone during a thunderstorm.
Unplug the base unit from the telephone line and the mains socket when there are storms in
your area. Damage caused by lightning is not covered by the Guarantee.
4. The SD8501 will produce a certain amount of heat during operation. For this reason it is
recommended that this equipment is NOT placed in direct contact with antique, veneered or
delicate furniture surfaces.
5. DO NOT dispose batteries with normal household waste.
6. The SD8501 DECT phone emits radio signals which could interfere with other electronic
equipment, computers, radio, TV set, clock radio alarms, etc.
A distance of at least one meter should be maintained between SD8501 base station and other
equipment. This will minimize the risk of such interference.
7. When you do not need to carry your handsets around, leave them on the base unit or
charger pod, to keep the batteries charged.
8. If you hear a warning tone as move around during a call, and/ or the sound in the earpiece
becomes faint or distorted; you may be going out of range of the base unit.
Move nearer to the base unit within 20 seconds, until the tone stops. Otherwise your call may
be cut off.
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NOTE: Dispose of used batteries safely, never burn them, or put them
where they could get punctured.
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Warranty Information
Your phone is covered by a 12-month warranty from the date of purchase shown on your
sales receipt. The warranty does not cover the batteries, misuse or damage caused by a storm
or excessive voltages.
If you have any problems using the phone, check the Troubleshooting section at the back of
this manual. If you need to return your SD8501 to our Repair Center while it is under
guarantee, there might be some handling charge.
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Making and answering calls
To switch the handset ON or OFF
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Press CLEAR
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Press and hold CLEAR
button briefly to switch the handset ON.
button for 1 second to switch the handset OFF.
To make a call
1. Key in the telephone number (If you make a mistake, press CLEAR
button to
clear digits from the display. To clear all digits, press and hold CLEAR
button).
2. Press CALL
button.
Or you also can dial the stored number through UP/DOWN
button.
button if you need, but you won't
Note: You can dial the number after you press CALL
be able to correct any mistakes if you do it in this way.
When you dial the outside line access digit (e.g. 9) then the telephone number, press and hold
the "#" button about 2 seconds for a pause.
To redial a call
In standby mode, press CALL
button to enter the dial list, and press the UP/DOWN
button to scroll through the number you want to dial, then press CALL
button to redial.
To answer a call
When the handset and base unit ring, press CALL
button to answer a call, and the
symbol
or
appears in the display.
When the AUTO TALK is turned on, you can simply answer the call by lifting the handset
from the base unit (Please see AUTOTALK section).
To end a call
Press CALL
button to end a call.
To save a call
After you dial or receive a call, you want to save it, Please See Call Logs section.
Earpiece volume
During a call, to adjust the volume of the earpiece:
Press UP or DOWN button to change the volume (1 to 10).
Muting the mouthpiece
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During a call, if you want the person on the other hand end cannot hear you; press
CLEAR
once to mute the mouthpiece.
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While the mouthpiece is muted, you cannot press any number key to send digits down
the line; Press CLEAR
key again to get back to the call.
Phone Book
Up to 30 records could be stored in each handset's Phone Book. Each record can store up to
20 digits, and names of up to eight characters could be stored with the number. In standby
button to show phonebook list. There are two ways to enter
mode, press UP/DOWN
phonebook.
In standby mode, press PHONEBOOK
button and UP/DOWN
button to enter phonebook; or through MENU
button to enter phonebook.
To store new number into phonebook
1. Press PHONEBOOK
button, the display shows A.DD.
2. Press PHONEBOOK
button again, then key in the name and the number.
3. Press PHONEBOOK
button to confirm.
4. Press CLEAR
store number.
button twice to return to standby mode, or you can continue to
To clear a number from phonebook
1. Press PHONEBOOK
2. Press UP/DOWN
button, the display shows ADD.
button to the location DELETE.
3. Press PHONEBOOK
button to confirm, then press UP/DOWN
select the number you want to delete.
4. Press PHONEBOOK
DELETE.
button to
button to delete the name and number, the display shows
button to confirm, after that press the CLEAR
5. Press PHONEBOOK
button twice to return to standby mode.
To modify (change) a number in phonebook
1. Press PHONEBOOK
button, the display shows ADD.
2. Press UP/DOWN
button to the location EDIT, then press PHONEBOOK
button to confirm, the display shows the first stored number.
3. Press UP/DOWN
PHONEBOOK
button to select the number you want to modify, then press
button to confirm.
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4. Press CLEAR
button to clear the old name, then key in the new name;
5. Press PHONEBOOK
button to save the edit, press CLEAR
clear the old number and key in the new number.
button to
6. Press PHONEBOOK
button to save the change, after that press CLEAR
button to return to standby mode.
To clear all numbers from phonebook
1. Press PHONEBOOK
button, the display shows ADD.
button to the location DEL ALL.
2. Press UP/DOWN
3. Press PHONEBOOK
button to delete all numbers.
Call Logs
You must subscribe to Caller ID service from your service provider to use this feature.
Call Logs store information related to received calls, missed calls and dialed calls. The
SD8501 can store up to a maximum of 30 calls, consisting of 10 received, missed and dialed
calls respectively.
To check call records
1. Press MENU
button.
The display shows CALL LOGS.
2. Press PHONEBOOK
button, then press UP/DOWN
MISSED, RECEIVED, or DIALED calls.
3. Press PHONEBOOK
records.
button, then press UP/DOWN
button to the locations
button to scroll the
To save a number in call logs
When you received a new number, you want to store in phonebook. The following is for your
reference.
1. Repeat step 1 to 3 above, until the display shows the new number.
2. Press CLEAR
button, the displays shows NUMBER..
3. Press MENU
button, the displays shows SAVE.
4. Press MENU
button, the displays shows NAME?
5. Key in the name, Press MENU
button to save.
To dial a number from call logs
1. Ensure the required name/number is visible on the display.
2. Press CALL
button.
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Handset Setting
Key tone on and off
Each time you press a key on your handset, you hear a tone. You can turn this off if needed.
button, then press UP/DOWN
1. Press MENU
HANDSET.
button to the location
2. Press PHONEBOOK
button.
The display shows KEYTONE.
3. Press PHONEBOOK
, then UP/DOWN
The display will show either ON? or OFF?
4. Press PHONEBOOK
button.
button to confirm your selection.
Ringer Volume (EXT)
You have a choice of five volume levels (1 to 5).
1. Press MENU
HANDSET.
button, then press UP/DOWN
2. Press PHONEBOOK
EXT VOL.
button, then press UP/DOWN
button to the location
button to the location
3. Press PHONEBOOK
button.
The display shows the current volume level.
4. Press UP/DOWN
button to change the volume.
5. Press PHONEBOOK
button to confirm the volume level you want.
Ringer Volume (INT)
You have a choice of five volume levels (1to 5).
1. Press MENU
HANDSET.
button, then press UP/DOWN
2. Press PHONEBOOK
INT VOL.
button, then press UP/DOWN
button to the location
button to the location
3. Press PHONEBOOK
button.
The display shows the current volume level.
4. Press UP/DOWN
button to change the volume.
5. Press PHONEBOOK
button to confirm the volume level you want.
Ringer Melody (EXT)
You have a choice of 9 ringing melodies
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1. Press MENU
HANDSET.
button, then press UP/DOWN
2. Press PHONEBOOK
EXT RING.
button, then press UP/DOWN
button to the location
button to the location
3. Press PHONEBOOK
button.
The display shows the current melody.
4. Press UP/DOWN
button to change the melody.
5. Press PHONEBOOK
button to confirm the melody you want.
Ringer Melody (INT)
You have a choice of 9 ringing melodies
1. Press MENU
HANDSET.
button, then press UP/DOWN
2. Press PHONEBOOK
INT RING.
button, then press UP/DOWN
button to the location
button to the location
3. Press the PHONEBOOK
button.
The display shows the current melody.
4. Press UP/DOWN
button to change the melody.
5. Press PHONEBOOK
button to confirm the melody you want.
Your handset name
1. Press MENU
HANDSET.
button, then press UP/DOWN
2. Press PHONEBOOK
SET NAME.
button, then press UP/DOWN
button to the location
button to the location
3. Press PHONEBOOK
button.
The display shows the current name.
4. Press CLEAR
name.
button repeatedly to clear the display, then key in your chosen
5. Press PHONEBOOK
button to confirm.
Display language
You can change the default language to any language you prefer.
1. Press MENU
HANDSET.
2. Press PHONEBOOK
location LANGUAGE.
button then press UP/DOWN
button then press UP/DOWN
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3. Press PHONEBOOK
button.
The display shows the current language.
button to the language you prefer.
4. Press UP/DOWN
5. Press PHONEBOOK
button to confirm.
Auto Talk
Normally, you need to press the CALL
button to answer an incoming call. But with
AUTOTALK turned on, when your handset is resting on the base unit and it rings for an
incoming call, you can answer the call by simply lifting the handset. To turn auto-talk
ON/OFF:
1. Press MENU
button then UP/DOWN
button to HANDSET.
2. Press PHONEBOOK
button then UP/DOWN
3. Press PHONEBOOK
4. Press
button again, the display will show either ON? or OFF?
PHONEBOOK
button to AUTOTALK.
button to confirm your selection.
Take note!
If you have turned auto-talk on, do not press the CALL
button after you've answered a
call by lifting the handset, otherwise, you'll disconnect the call.
To Lock /Unlock the keypad
Press MENU
button and “
“ button consecutively to lock or unlock the keypad.
Base Setting
Note: The default PIN is: 0000.
Call Barring Function
Call barring enables you to restrict or bar certain types of calls from your phone.
To set call barring number
1. Press MENU
SET.
button then UP/DOWN
2. Press PHONEBOOK
button until the display shows BASE
button, the display shows PIN?
3. Key in your PIN number and press the PHONEBOOK
UP/DOWN
button to the location BARRING.
4. Press PHONEBOOK
button, then UP/DOWN
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The display shows one of the numbers from 1 to 5 (The maximum call barring
numbers you can set), and then key in the telephone number you want to set call
barring.
button, then the display shows HS?
5. Press PHONEBOOK
Key in the handset number that you want to set call barring.
6. Press PHONEBOOK
button to confirm.
To delete call barring number
1. Press MENU
SET.
button then UP/DOWN
2. Press PHONEBOOK
button until the display shows BASE
button, the display shows PIN?
3. Key in your PIN number.
4. Press PHONEBOOK
BARRING.
5. Press PHONEBOOK
6. Press CLEAR
button, then UP/DOWN
button to the location
button, the display shows the call barring number you set.
button to delete the number.
7. Press PHONEBOOK
button to confirm.
Base Melody
You have a choice of nine ringing melodies for the base unit
1. Press MENU
button then UP/DOWN
button to the location BASE SET
2. Press PHONEBOOK
button and Key in the PIN number.
3. Press PHONEBOOK
button then UP/DOWN
4. Press UP/DOWN
button to the location B RING
button to change the melody.
5. Press the PHONEBOOK
button to confirm the melody you chosen.
Base Volume
You have a choice of five volume levels (0-4)
1. Press MENU
button then UP/DOWN
2. Press PHONEBOOK
button to the location BASESET
button and Key in the PIN number.
3. Press PHONEBOOK
button then UP/DOWN
VOLUME.
The display shows the current volume level.
4. Press UP/DOWN
button to the location B
button to change the volume.
5. Press the PHONEBOOK
button to confirm the volume level you chosen.
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PABX function
With the PABX function, the phone will automatically pause for 2 seconds once the initial
string of the phone number matches the PABX code. For example, if the user program to
enter "9" as PABX code, then when he dials "98118118", then the phone will dial “9” first
then pause for 2 seconds follow by “8118118”. To set PABX:
1. Press MENU
button then UP/DOWN
2. Press PHONEBOOK
button to the location BASE SET.
button, the display shows PIN?
3. Key in your PIN number and press the PHONEBOOK
button, then UP/DOWN
button to the location PABX.
4. Press PHONEBOOK
UP/DOWN
button, the display shows PABX 1. You may press
button to select PABX 2.
5. Press PHONEBOOK
button, the display shows EMPTY, key in the code. The
maximum PABX code length is 5 digits.
6. Press PHONEBOOK
button to confirm.
FLASH function
With the FLASH function, you may select Short or Long flash time for your PABX. You
may activate FLASH by pressing PHONEBOOK
1. Press MENU
button then UP/DOWN
2. Press PHONEBOOK
button. To set FLASH:
button to the location BASE SET.
button, the display shows PIN?
3. Key in your PIN number and press the PHONEBOOK
button, then UP/DOWN
button to the location FLASH.
4. Press PHONEBOOK
UP/DOWN
button, the display shows SHORT? You may press
button to change the flash time as short or long time.
5. Press PHONEBOOK
button to confirm.
To Set Dial Mode
You can change dial mode to TONE or PULSE dialing.
To set dial mode:
1. Press MENU
button, then UP/DOWN
2. Press PHONEBOOK
button to the location BASE SET.
button, the display shows PIN?
3. Key in your PIN number and press the PHONEBOOK
UP/DOWN
button, then press
button to the location DIAL MODE.
4. Press UP/DOWN
button to change Dial mode as TONE or PULSE dialing.
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To reset base
1. Press MENU
button, then UP/DOWN
2. Press PHONEBOOK
button to the location BASE SET.
button, the display shows PIN?
3. Key in your PIN number and press the PHONEBOOK
button, then UP/DOWN
button to the location B RESET.
4. Press PHONEBOOK
button, then the display shows RESET?
5. Press PHONEBOOK
back to B RESET.
button to confirm, or Press CLEAR
button, and go
To change base PIN
1. Press MENU
button, then UP/DOWN
2. Press PHONEBOOK
button to the location BASE SET.
button, the display shows PIN?
3. Key in your PIN number and press the PHONEBOOK
button, then UP/DOWN
button to the location MAST PIN?
4. Press PHONEBOOK
button, the display shows PIN?. Key in the new PIN
number. (Default PIN:0000).
5. Press PHONEBOOK
number again.
6. Press PHONEBOOK
button, the display shows PIN?, Key in the new PIN
button to confirm again.
Resetting the system
If you have set a PIN and forgotten it, you need to reset the system. The PIN will be reset to
0000. If you reset the system, you will lose all stored information (including numbers in
memory) and all features will return to their default settings.
While you are resetting the system, you should disconnect the telephone line cord from the
back of the base unit, so you won't be interrupted by incoming calls. To reset the system
without the PIN:
1. Disconnect the power lead from the back of the base unit.
2. Press and hold the HANDSET LOCATOR
button in the base unit.
3. Connect the power lead into the back of the base unit. After you hear "beep" sound
for five times, then release the LOCATOR
button.
4. You will hear confirmation tone from the base unit.
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Handset registration
Your SD8501 is supplied with the handset already registered to the base unit, and you
shouldn't need to register it. But if you've bought extra handsets separately, you'll need to
register each one to your original base unit. Maximum 4 handsets can be registered to one
base.
To register a handset
1. Press and hold the Handset locator
you hear "beep" sound twice continuously.
2. Press MENU
REGISTER..
button on the base unit for a while, until
button, then press UP/DOWN
3. Press PHONEBOOK
SUB BASE.
button to the location
button, then press UP/DOWN
button to the location
4. Press PHONEBOOK
button again
The display shows BASE? 1 2 3 4
5.
Key in a base unit number.
The display shows SEARCH + selected number.
6. Press the PHONEBOOK
The display shows PIN?
button again.
7. Key in your pin (default 0000) and press PHONEBOOK
to confirm.
If the display says NOT REG, check to see if you key in the correct PIN, then
repeat the registration procedure again from step 1.
Intercom and transfer
To make an intercom call
1. Press INT
button.
2. Key in the number of the other handset.
On the other handset's display, your number appears, and the INT symbol flashes. Then the
button to connect the call.
other handset user presses the CALL
For details of how to change the ringing melody and volume for intercom calls, see "INT
MELODY" and "INT VOLUME" on "HANDSET SETTING" part.
To end an intercom call
Press CALL
button on your handset.
The other person will hear Busy tone, and should also press the CALL
up.
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To transfer the outside call to another handset (if you have two or more
handsets):
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Press INT
button and key in the number of the other handset.
The outside call is put on hold. When the other handset answers, you can speak to the
user. If the other handset does not answer, you can get back to the outside call by
pressing the INT
button again.
To transfer the outside call to another outside phone:
• Press PHONEBOOK
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button and key in the call number you want to transfer.
The first party is put on hold. When second party answers, you can speak to the user,
then press CALL
button to hang up and transfer the call.
Troubleshooting
Always check first that:
• You have followed the steps listed on pages to install and set up your SD8501.
• All connects are firmly inserted in their sockets.
• Mains power is switched on at the socket.
• The handset’s batteries are correctly and securely installed, and are not run down.
If you experience difficulties with the working of your SD8501, refer to the advice given
below.
1. I cannot make or answer calls.
Check that the base unit’s mains power adapter is plugged in and power is switched on. The
base unit needs mains power for normal operation of the phone-not just charging the
batteries.
Make sure you are using the telephone line cable that was supplied with your SD8501. Other
telephone line cables might not work.
Move the handset closer to the base unit.
Check the batteries level symbol on the display. If it is low, replace the handset on the base
unit or charger pod to recharge the batteries.
Switch off power at the mains socket, wait for a few seconds and then switch back on. This
may solve the problem.
If you still can’t make calls, try re-registering the handset.
2. When I press keys on the handset, nothing happens.
Make sure the batteries are fitted in your handset. If the batteries level symbol on the display
shows “low”, recharge the batteries.
Check whether there’s a key symbol on the display. If so, the keypad is locked. Turn to the
user manual to find out how to unlock it.
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3. When I press keys on the handset, digits appear on the display, but I can’t make an
outside call.
Call barring may have been set, see the user manual for more information.
Try moving the handset closer to the base unit.
Try a different position for the base unit-perhaps higher, or further from other electrical
equipment.
4. The phone does not ring
Check that the base unit’s mains power adapter is plugged in and power is switched on. The
base unit needs mains power for normal operation of the phone-not just charging the
batteries.
Make sure you are using the telephone line cable that was supplied with your SD8501. Other
telephone line cables might not work.
Check that you have set the ringer volume to off. See the user manual for more information.
Check that the total REN value of all equipment connected to your telephone line is no more
than 4. Disconnect one or more telephones and see whether that helps.
5. The base does not ring.
Check that the base power is ON, and the base ringer is set ON.
Check that the line cord is correctly fitted and undamaged.
6. The CHARGE light on the base unit does not come on."
Check the handset is properly stationed.
Check the connections between the base unit and mains power socket.
Clean the batteries charging contacts with a dry cloth.
7. When I press the CALL button, I hear a loud noise.
The strange noise is caused by interference. Disconnect the mains power lead from the back
of the base unit, and then wait for 30 seconds before reconnecting it.
8. There is 'beep' sound while I am on a call.
You may be going out of range of the base unit. Move closer, or your call may be cut off.
Check the Batteries Level symbol on the display. If it is low, recharge the batteries.
9. The Caller Display feature isn’t working.
You need to subscribe to the Caller Display feature from your service provider.
The caller may have withheld their number, or they may be calling from a network that does
not transmit the Caller ID (for example, it may be an international call).
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10. The handset’s batteries is running low within an hour or two.
Before you used the handset for the first time, you should have left it on the base unit for up
to 15 hours to charge the batteries fully.
You may need to replace the batteries.
11. I cannot transfer a call.
Make sure the other handset is within range of the base unit, and is not busy on a call.
Make sure you are keying in the correct number for the other handset.
12. No display on LCD screen.
Make sure the batteries have power.
13. I cannot register handset to base
Make sure the number of handset registered to base is not more than 4.
Check that the base unit is not near other electrical equipment, such as TV or computer
Technical details
Full DECT GAP Compatible system
Standard
Frequency range
1.88 to 1.9 GHz
Channel bandwidth
1.728 MHz
Modulation
GMSK
Operating range
Up to 300 m outdoors;
Up to 50 m indoors
Operating time
Standby time: 100 hours
Talking time: 8 hours
Temperature range
Operating 00C to 400C
Storage -200C to 600C
Electrical power
Handset---2x 1.2V 550 mAH NiMH rechargeable batteries
Base unit---input 230 V AC, 50 Hz;
output AC 9 V, 300 mA.
PABX compatibility
Pause length: 3 seconds.
Signaling type: DTMF (dual-tone multifrequency)
Pulse dialing
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Declaration of conformity
The SD8501 complies with the essential protective requirements and objectives of:
• EC R& TTE Directive 1999/5/EC
• EC Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC
• EC EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
And conforms to the following relevant harmonized
standards:
• Radio: TBR 6
• EMC: EN 301489
• Safety: EN 60950
• Other: TBR 22
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