Siemens euroset 2005 Operating instructions

euroset 2005
Operating instructions
Key functions
Redial / Pause key
Speed dialing keys 1-9
and numeric keypad
Recall key
Set / Mute key
Repertory keys
Handset volume control key
Putting into service
Safety precautions
For your safety and protection, do not operate the telephone in bathrooms or showers (damp environments). The telephone is not
Dispose of the telephone in an environmentally friendly manner in
accordance with the relevant legislation.
Do not forget to include the User’s Guide when passing on your
Euroset 2005 to a third party.
Recommendations for telephone installation
Do not expose the telephone to direct sunlight or other heat
Operation at temperatures between +5°C and +40°C.
A distance of at least one meter must be observed between the
telephone and radio equipment, such as radio telephones, radio
paging devices or TVs.
Otherwise telephone traffic can be affected.
Do not install the telephone in rooms where large quantities of
dust accumulate as this can considerably reduce the service
life of the telephone.
To clean the telephone, simply wipe it with a damp cloth or an
antistatic wipe. Never use a dry cloth (danger of electrostatic
discharge) or abrasive cleaning agents!
Contact with unit parts (e.g. rubber feet) can leave marks on
surface finishes applied to furniture.
Desktop installation
Wall mounting
Saving and dialing call numbers
Last number redial
The last number dialed is automatically saved.
Lift the handset, press the redial key.
Repertory dialing and speed dialing
You can store call numbers as
(max. 21 digits) or
(a) repertory numbers on the 4 repertory keys
(b) speed dialing numbers on the digit keys (max. 21 digits).
Saving: (or saving with notebook function)
Lift handset, (or with notebook function: during a call)
press Set key.
As repertory
Press repertory key;
As speed dial
Press speed dial key and speed dial number (number
Enter number for repertory or speed dial.
Press Set key, (or after the call) replace handset.
Dialling a repertory number
Lift handset, press
repertory key.
You can also dial
any additional
Dialling a speed dial number
Lift handset, press
speed dial key.
Press speed dial
Notes on saving and deleting repertory and speed
dial numbers
are saved regardless of the set dialling mode but are
only dialled with DTMF dialling.
The following steps delete numbers saved to the repertory or speed
dial keys:
The number entered is longer than 21 digits.
Saving a number will delete the previous content of the memory.
Dialling pauses
One or more dialling pauses (not at 1st digit) can be entered using .
Pauses are transferred to the memory and are necessary for certain
extension systems (e.g.: 0 2368).
Dialling a dialling pause within the first 5 digits: The entire number
saved is dialled, including the 2-second dialling pause.
Dialling a dialling pause after the first 5 digits: The portion of the
number saved after the pause is only dialled after pressing the
Adjusting the telephone
You can deactivate the telephone’s microphone.
During a call:
Press mute key.
To reactivate microphone:
Press the mute key again.
Setting the handset volume
The handset volume can be set to 2 levels.
Press Handset volume control key.
Setting the ringer
You can set the ringer frequency and volume to 9 levels (factory
default: level 6 ) or turn it off.
Lift the handset, press the Set key.
Press the hash key.
Press one of the number keys. (0 : Ringer off until
handset is next lifted).
Press mute key.
If your telephone is not functioning correctly
Handset off-hook, no dial tone: is the connecting cord correctly
inserted in the telephone and the wall socket?
Dial tone is audible, but dialing is not possible: the telephone is
OK.Is the dialing mode correctly set?
The other party cannot hear you: has the mute feature been
During the call you can hear regular pules tones: Your line is receiving charge pulses from the exchange which cannot be
recognised by your telephone. Please contact your network carrier.
Operation at private PABXs
Special functions / consultation
You can conduct a consultation call or forward a call while a trunk
call is in progress. To do this, press the recall key . Further operation depends on your PABX.
The recall key function is set to a flash time of 100 ms by default
(pulse/tone switch in position “Tone 1”). It may be necessary to adjust the flash time when operating at private PABXs (e.g. 600 ms
pulse/tone switch in position “Tone 2”). Refer to the operating instructions provided with your PABX.
Switching the dialing mode
Your telephone is set to the conventional dual-tone multifrequency
signaling mode signaling mode ( T o n e 1 ) b y default. Depending on
the dialing mode used by your PABX, you may have to switch to dial
pulsing ( P u l s e ).
Slider on the underside of the telephone:
Pulse: dial pulsing (DP)
Tone 1: tone dialing (100 ms flash)
Tone 2: tone dialing (600 ms flash)
Temporary DTMF switchover from the “Pulse” setting
To use functions that require DTMF (e.g. remote control of answering machine), you can switch the telephone to DTMF for the duration of the call without changing the position of the switch:
After connection setup: press the star key.
The telephone automatically reverts to DP once the connection has
been cleared down.
Operation at public telephone systems
Public telephone systems offer a range of useful supplementary
services, e.g. call forwarding, callback on busy, three-party
conference, which may have to be ordered / requested separately.
Services of this kind can be activated via defined key combinations
obtained from your network carrier. You can save the entire key combination together with the call number of a fixed forwarding destination to your repertory key / speed dialling destination in the same
way as a normal call number.
Recall key
This key is required for using specific supplementary services at
public telephone systems, e.g. callback on busy.
Your telephone is set to a flash time of 100ms (Tone 1) by default.
Slider on the underside of the telephone:
Tone 1: tone dialing (100 ms flash)
Tone 2: tone dialing (600 ms flash)
Wall mounting
Wall mounting (see diagram)
You can install the telephone on the wall once the connecting cords
have been attached:
Using the template provided, drill two holes (5 mm ). Insert
dowel plugs and screw in flat-head wood screws leaving a
slight gap between the screw head and the wall (screws
must not be flush).
On the underside of the telephone: use a screwdriver to
remove the handset locking pin.
Insert the handset locking pin in the handset cradle.
Hang the telephone from the protruding screw heads.