BT Diverse 2010 User guide

BT Diverse 2010 User guide
Diverse Repeater ~ 4th Edition ~ 25th April ’01 ~ 3831
Diverse Repeater
User Guide
Diverse Repeater ~ 4th Edition ~ 25th April ’01 ~ 3831
Please open this page for an ‘at a glance’
guide to your Response Repeater.
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At a glance
Front view
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Diverse Repeater
LED Light
Rear view
Wall mounting
screw sockets
Mains
power cord
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In this guide
At a glance
1
Introduction
4
Safety information
5
Setting up
6
Registering the BT DECT
Repeater on different
base stations
8
Using your
Diverse Repeater
14
General information
15
Technical information
16
Help
17
Index
18
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Introduction
The Diverse Repeater can be used on
all BT Diverse Base Stations with the
exception of the Diverse 1000. Up to six
Repeaters can be installed on a single
base station and each Repeater can
support up to 2 handsets each. The
registration of Repeaters on the base
station does not reduce the number of
handsets that can be registered to the
base station.
IMPORTANT NOTE
It is not possible to further extend the range
in one direction by registering a second
repeater to the first repeater. All repeaters
must be within range of the base station as
the repeater can only be registered to a base
station and not another repeater.
A typical arrangement is shown below
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Diverse Repeater
DEF
3
ABC
2
1
MNO
6
JKL
4
3
2
1
7
a
WXYZ
TUV
8
7
a
.
A
✱
0
8
PQRS
6
5
4
PQRS
9
1
WXYZ
TUV
MNO
JKL
GHI
5
GHI
DEF
ABC
.
A
✱
0
9
ABC
2
GHI
4
#
7
✱
RCL
RCL
DEF
3
JKL
5
PQRS
MNO
6
TUV
8
PWR
a
#
WXYZ
9
A
.
0
#
PWR
PWR
RCL
(REPEATER)
You can operate two handsets in the
reception range of the repeater.
If you wish to operate more than two
handsets you must increase the number
of repeaters for the reception range.
(BASE)
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Diverse Repeater
Diverse Repeater
(REPEATER)
(REPEATER)
DEF
1
3
ABC
2
1
a
7
9
8
a
#
.
0
A
✱
PWR
✱
MNO
6
8
WXYZ
9
.
0
#
PWR
DEF
2
a
8
4
.
A
✱
RCL
0
7
9
a
#
PWR
✱
RCL
DEF
3
JKL
5
PQRS
WXYZ
TUV
7
2
4
6
5
4
PQRS
ABC
GHI
MNO
JKL
GHI
It is possible to roam between the repeater
and the base, however, call handover during
conversation is not always guaranteed.
1
3
ABC
1
3
5
TUV
A
RCL
RCL
IMPORTANT NOTE
DEF
JKL
PQRS
WXYZ
TUV
7
2
4
6
5
4
PQRS
ABC
GHI
MNO
JKL
GHI
MNO
6
TUV
8
WXYZ
9
A
.
0
#
PWR
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Safety information
General
Use only approved Nickel-Cadmium
(NiCad) or Nickel-Metal Hydride
(NiMH) rechargeable AA batteries for
the additional handsets. Never use
other types of rechargeable batteries or
conventional alkaline batteries. Using
such batteries could lead to a short
circuit or destroy the battery casing.
Recommended batteries should have a
power rating of 600m Ah 1.2V. Batteries
are available from the Diverse Helpline
08457 908070.
Only use the power supply included
with the product. Using an unauthorised
power supply will invalidate your
guarantee and may damage the Repeater.
The item number for the mains power
supply is C39280-Z4-C174 formally
C39280-Z4-C67.
The Diverse Repeater operates by
transmitting radio signals. These signals
may cause interference to hearing aids.
This product should not be used near
emergency/intensive care medical
equipment and should not be used by
people with pacemakers.
Diverse Repeater can interfere with other
electrical equipment, such as answering
machines, TV and radio sets, clock
radio/alarms and computers if placed
too close. It is recommended that you
place your Diverse Repeater at least
one metre away from such appliances
to avoid any risk of interference.
Never dispose of batteries in a fire.
There is a serious risk of explosion and/
or the release of highly toxic chemicals.
Cleaning
The Diverse Repeater should be wiped
with a damp (not wet) cloth or an
antistatic wipe. Do not use a dry cloth
as it could cause a static discharge
resulting in damage to the Repeater.
Environmental
The Diverse Repeater will produce a
certain amount of heat during operation.
Equally additional handsets as well as
the chargers can become warm during
charging. Whilst this is entirely safe,
we advise against placing these products
on antique, veneered or wooden surfaces
as damage may occur.
Do not stand your product on carpets
or other surfaces which generate
fibres, or place it in locations preventing
free flow of air over its surfaces.
Do not use the Diverse Repeater and
handsets in damp, humid conditions
such as bathrooms. Do not expose any
of the equipment or batteries to fire or
water.
There is a slight chance that your phone
could be damaged by an electrical
storm. We recommend that you unplug
your Diverse from the mains power and
telephone line socket during storms.
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Setting up
Follow the instructions in this section
to set up your Repeater ready for use.
1 Unpack the Repeater
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In addition to this user guide you
should have the following items:
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•
•
You should use a free mains socket in
the vicinity of your base unit so that the
Repeater and base unit can be near
each other during registration.
The Repeater unit.
A power adaptor.
2 screws and wall plugs.
Connect the power adaptor
2
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to the Repeater
The power adaptor has a long lead
with a small plug on the end of it which
has to be plugged into the socket on
the back of the Repeater as shown in
the diagram.
Diverse Repeater
(rear view)
Power adaptor
C39280-Z4-C174 or C39280-Z4-C67
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Plug the power adaptor
3
●
into the mains socket
4 Switch on the mains power
●
The green LED should light up (may
be continuous or flashing) which will
prove power is being supplied to the
Repeater.
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Green LED
5 Switch off the mains power
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Register the Repeater to
6
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the base station
To register the Repeater to your base
station, first use the procedure that
relates to your particular base station.
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Registering the BT DECT
Repeater on different base
stations
The procedure to register the Repeater
to a base station will differ depending
on which base station is used. To make
registering easier the Repeater should
be placed near to the base station.
Up to 6 Repeaters can be assigned to a
base station.
When using 2 or more Repeaters on a
base station all registered Repeaters
must be powered up before registering
additional Repeaters.
To register the Repeater to
a Diverse 2010, 2011, 2015,
2016 and 2020
Before attempting to register the
Repeater to the base station make sure:
•
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At least one handset is registered to
the base station.
•
Base station and handset are
powered up and in idle state.
•
Repeater power adaptor is connected
to the Repeater and the mains
socket – but switched OFF at the
wall socket.
Preparing your handset
Press the following buttons:
For an Executive handset
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Press the INT button.
Press the SET button.
Press the # button.
Press the 1 button.
Enter the 4-digit PIN code (default
is 0000)
Press the 4 button.
Press the 4 button.
Press the 1 button.
Press the SET button.
For a Classic handset
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Press the SET button.
Press the # button.
Press the 1 button.
Enter the 4-digit PIN code (default
is 0000)
Press the 4 button.
Press the 4 button.
Press the 1 button.
Press the SET button.
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Registration:
Preparing your handset
•
Press the following buttons:
•
•
•
The Repeater power must be
turned off.
Press and hold the PAGE button on
the telephone base station until the
base station is in registration mode
(please refer to the user guide for
the telephone).
Connect the power to the Repeater
and switch on.
The green LED on the Repeater
will flash, after a short while the
LED will remain on permanently
indicating that the registration is
complete.
To register the Repeater to a
Diverse 3010,3010 Micro and
3016
Before attempting to register the
Repeater to the base station, make sure:
•
At least one handset is registered to
the base station.
•
Base station and handset are
powered up and in idle state.
•
Repeater power adaptor is connected
to the Repeater and the mains
socket – but switched OFF at the
wall socket.
For an Executive handset
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Press the INT button.
Press the SET button.
Press the 4 button.
Press the 7 button.
Press the OK button.
Enter the 4-digit PIN code (default
is 0000)
Press the OK button.
Press the 1 button.
Press the OK button.
For a Classic handset
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Press the SET button.
Press the 4 button.
Press the 7 button.
Press the OK button.
Enter the 4-digit PIN code (default
is 0000)
Press the OK button.
Press the 1 button.
Press the OK button.
Registration:
•
•
•
•
The Repeater power must be
turned off.
Press and hold the PAGE button on
the telephone base station until the
base station is in registration mode
(please refer to the user guide of
the telephone).
Connect the power to the Repeater
and switch on.
The green LED on the Repeater
will flash, after a short while the
LED will remain on permanently
indicating that the registration is
complete.
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To register the Repeater to
the Diverse 2-Line
Before attempting to register the
Repeater to the base station, make sure:
Before attempting to register the
Repeater to the base station, make sure:
•
At least one handset is registered to
the base station.
•
•
Base station and handset are
powered up and in idle state.
At least one Diverse Executive
Handset or Deskphone is
registered.
•
•
Repeater power adaptor is connected
to the Repeater and the mains
socket – but switched OFF at the
wall socket.
Base station and handset/Deskphone
is powered up and in idle state.
•
Repeater power adaptor must be
connected to the Repeater and the
mains socket – but switched OFF.
Registration
•
Press the green Registration button
light on the front of the base station.
The registration light will now flash
on and off.
At the Repeater: (while base registration
light flashes)
• Switch on the power to the Repeater.
The LED on the Repeater will come
on for 5 seconds and then flash on
and off (in bursts of 2 flashes). After
a short while the LED will stay on
for about 20 seconds, flash on and
off a few times then remain
permanently on.
The registration is now complete and
the unit is ready for use.
NOTE
The Diverse 2-Line does not support call
hand-over from the 2-Line base station to
the repeater.
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To register the Repeater to
the Diverse ISDN
Before the registration can take place
the base station has to be prepared for
Repeater operation. Follow the steps
opposite.
Preparing the Base Station
• Press the MENU button.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Press to highlight SERVICE.
Press OK.
Press to highlight SYSTEM
SETTINGS.
Press OK. You will now be prompted
to enter the system code.
Enter the system code (default value
is 0000).
Press OK.
Press to highlight INITIALISATION
but DO NOT press OK at this point.
Enter the digits 1057.
Enter the digits 18156 41055 32842.
Press SAVE to confirm the entry.
The handset will return to the idle
screen.
Press the MENU button.
Press to highlight SERVICE.
Press OK.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Press to highlight SYSTEM
SETTINGS.
Press OK. You will now be prompted
to enter the system code.
Enter the system code (default value
is 0000).
Press OK.
Press to highlight INITIALISATION
but DO NOT press OK at this point.
Enter the digits 1057.
Enter the digits 17996 41297 20449.
Press SAVE to confirm the entry.
The base station is now ready for
Repeater operation.
Switch the base station off then
switch it on again. The base station
is now ready for registration of the
Repeater.
Locate and position the
Repeater for use
The circles represent the reception
ranges of the Repeater and Base Station
which can be up to 50M indoors or up
to 300M outdoors (in ideal conditions).
A handset may be used anywhere
within the three circles.
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Diverse 2020 Pocket
Diverse Repeater
DEF
3
ABC
2
1
MNO
6
JKL
4
3
2
a
WXYZ
TUV
8
7
a
.
A
✱
0
8
7
6
5
4
PQRS
9
1
WXYZ
TUV
PQRS
MNO
JKL
GHI
5
GHI
DEF
ABC
1
.
A
✱
0
9
7
✱
RCL
MNO
6
WXYZ
9
#
(BASE)
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Diverse Repeater
Diverse Repeater
(REPEATER)
(REPEATER)
DEF
1
3
ABC
2
1
a
a
✱
#
.
0
MNO
6
TUV
8
WXYZ
9
A
.
0
#
RCL
PWR
3
5
7
9
8
A
✱
DEF
JKL
PQRS
WXYZ
TUV
7
2
4
6
5
4
PQRS
ABC
GHI
MNO
JKL
GHI
PWR
RCL
DEF
1
3
ABC
2
8
.
A
✱
RCL
0
7
9
a
#
PWR
✱
RCL
DEF
3
JKL
5
PQRS
WXYZ
TUV
a
2
4
6
5
7
ABC
GHI
MNO
JKL
4
PQRS
The registration is now complete and
the unit is ready for use.
3
5
8
.
0
PWR
(REPEATER)
GHI
At the Repeater: (while base registration
light flashes)
• Switch on the power to the Repeater.
The LED on the Repeater will come
on for 5 seconds and then flash on
and off (in bursts of 2 flashes).
After a short while the LED will
stay on for about 20 seconds, flash
on and off a few times then remain
permanently on.
DEF
JKL
TUV
A
PWR
RCL
1
At the base station:
• Press the green Registration button.
The registration light will now flash
on and off.
2
4
PQRS
PWR
RCL
Registering the Repeater
Once the base station has been
prepared for Repeater operation do the
following steps.
ABC
GHI
#
a
#
MNO
6
TUV
8
WXYZ
9
A
.
0
#
PWR
NOTE
In reality the reception range will be
irregular and not circular as shown.
Before registering, decide which brand
(Diverse or other) base station you wish
to use it with. The Diverse Repeater should
not be registered to more than one brand
of base station.
Once registered the Repeater may be
positioned anywhere within the
reception range of the base station and
towards the direction you wish to extend
the range. It may be better to locate the
repeater near a window and higher on
the wall when extending the range
outdoors. Radio signals do not work as
well through thick walls. A mains socket
must be available. With the power
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adaptor still connected to the Repeater
carry out the following steps.
•
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Locate a suitable position near a
mains socket within the reception
area of the base station and towards
the direction you wish to extend the
range.
NOTE
If you switch off a handset (or remove its
batteries) or take it out of the reception range
of both Repeater and base station the above
step will need to be repeated for that handset.
This does not apply if using a Diverse ISDN.
NOTE
PLEASE NOTE
If using more than one Repeater on a base
station you should ensure the Repeaters are
placed at least 10 metres apart.
If the Repeater is switched off, the above
procedure will need to be repeated for all
handsets.
•
Plug the Power Adaptor into the
mains socket.
•
Switch on the mains power. The
Repeater LED should light up then
after about 5 seconds the LED will
flash off and on several times after
which it should remain permanently
on. If the LED still continues
flashing it indicates either a poor
reception from the base station (too
far away) or it was not registered
properly with the base station.
•
Ensure all your handsets have been
registered to the same base station
as the Repeater.
•
Turn the Repeater confidence tones
on/off as required (see page 14).
•
Switch on each of your handsets
(one at a time) within the Repeater
reception area, outside the base
reception area. The handsets should
bring up their idle screen after a few
seconds of searching for a signal.
•
Press the Phone button. If the
handset is in communication via the
Repeater.
(a) If the Repeater confidence tone
was switched on during
registration then you should hear
a beep at 2 second intervals.
(b) You should hear dial tone
through the earpiece.
NOTE
Blind spots (where signal is weak) can
cause loss of signal. Avoiding blind spots
will reduce the risk of losing a call and
the necessity to re-introduce the handset to
the Repeater.
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Wall mount the Repeater if
required (optional)
The unit may be left free standing or
mounted on a wall using the wall plugs
and screws provided.
WALL PLUG
WALL
SCREW
69 mm
Your Repeater is now ready
for use
A Repeater can support up to two
handsets simultaneously to make or
receive calls. If you try to use a third
handset to make an internal/external
call via the Repeater whilst two
handsets are using it, the call will fail.
It may, however, still be possible for a
third handset to make a call if it is near
the main base station. (The number of
simultaneous internal/external calls
will vary according to the type of base
station you use, please refer to the base
station user guide.)
NOTE
The screw heads should protrude 5mm
from the wall.
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Using your Diverse Repeater
To turn the Repeater’s
confidence tone on and off
The Repeater has the option to provide
a confidence signal (a confirmation
beep every 2 seconds) which sounds
when moving from the base station
area to the repeater area.
The default setting for the confidence
signal is OFF.
It is suggested that the confidence tone
is switched ON to aid installation and to
get an idea of the base and Repeater
reception areas.
Before starting this procedure the
Repeater’s power adaptor must be
connected to the Repeater and the
mains socket, but switched OFF at the
mains socket.
At the Repeater:
• Switch the power to the Repeater
ON for between 1 to 5 seconds then
switch it OFF.
• Switch the power to the Repeater
ON again and wait for the LED on
the Repeater to slowly flash ON and
OFF (see note).
• Switch the power to the Repeater
OFF then ON again (see note). If the
confidence tone was off it should
now be on and if the confidence tone
was on it should now be off.
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NOTE
If the LED did not flash on and off you will
have to repeat the above procedure again.
WARNING
In steps 2 and 3 you must keep an eye
on the time when the power was turned on
while waiting for the LED to slowly flash
on and off. If you turn off the power after
it has been on for between 25 and
35 seconds you will reset the Repeater.
If this happens you will need to re-register
the Repeater to the base again.
To reset the Repeater
Before re-installing the Repeater, it
needs to be reset. Before starting,
make sure the Repeater’s power
adaptor is connected to the Repeater
and the mains socket, but switched off
at the mains.
At the Repeater:
• Switch on for 1 to 5 seconds and
switch it off again.
• Switch on for 25 to 35 seconds and
switch it off again. The Repeater
should now be reset.
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General information
Guarantee
Your Diverse Repeater is guaranteed
for a period of 12 months from the date
of purchase.
Subject to the terms listed below the
guarantee will provide for the repair of,
or at BT’s or its agent’s discretion the
option to replace the Diverse Repeater,
or any components thereof, which is
identified as faulty or below standard, or
as a result of inferior workmanship or
materials. Products over 28 days old
from the date of purchase may be
replaced with a refurbished product.
The conditions of this guarantee are:
•
•
•
•
•
The guarantee shall only apply to
defects that occur within the 12
month guarantee period.
Proof of purchase is provided.
The equipment is returned to the
point of purchase.
This guarantee does not cover any
faults or defects caused by accidents,
misuse, fair wear and tear, neglect,
tampering with the equipment, or
any attempt at adjustment or repair
other than through approved agents.
This guarantee does not affect your
statutory rights.
Within the 12-month guarantee period.
If you experience difficulty using the
product, prior to returning your product,
please read the Help section on page 17,
or contact the Diverse Helpline on
08457 908070 for assistance.
In the unlikely event of a defect accuring,
please follow the Helpline’s instructions
for replacement or repair.
Outside the 12-month guarantee period.
If your Diverse Repeater needs repair
after the guarantee period has ended,
the repair must meet the approval
requirements for connection to the
telephone network. We recommend
that you call the Diverse Helpline on
08457 908070, and you will be advised
of our recommended repair agents.
If you should have to return your
Diverse Repeater.
Pack the Repeater securely, preferably
in the original packaging (including all
line cords, adaptors and original
batteries).
BT does not take responsibility for
goods damaged in transit.
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Technical information
Standards
DECT GAP
Radio Frequency Range
1800MHz to 1900MHz
Transmit Power
10mW average power per channel
Range (max)
300m outdoors
50m indoors
Power supply
240v +8% –10% (plug in power adaptor)
Power consumption
6VA
Operating Temperature
–10C to +50C
Dimensions (L x B x H)
127 x 119 x 31 mm
Weight:
159g
Power cable
length: approx. 3m
R&TTE
This product is intended for registration
to any BT Diverse base (other than
the Diverse 1000) that is connected to
analogue public switched telephone
networks and private switchboards in
the United Kingdom.
This equipment complies with the
essential requirements for the Radio
Equipment and Telecommunications
Terminal Equipment Directive
(1999/5/EC).
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Help
The Repeater LED continued to flash
on and off after the registration process
had been completed
Cannot make or receive calls when in
the Repeater reception range
The registration process was not
successful. You will have to repeat the
registration process again with the base
station concerned.
There is no power to the Repeater. Check
that the Power adaptor lead is plugged
into the Repeater, the power adaptor is
plugged into the mains socket and the
mains power is switched on.
The Repeater LED continually flashed
on and off when placed/mounted in the
desired location
The Repeater is not registered. You will
have to repeat the registration process
again with the base station concerned.
The radio connection is very weak/poor.
You will have to find another location
where the signal from the base is better.
The Repeater may have been reset.
If this is the case it will have to be
registered to the base again.
The Repeater LED does not light up at all
There is no power to the Repeater.
Check that the Power adaptor lead is
plugged into the Repeater, the power
adaptor is plugged into the mains socket
and the mains power is switched on.
The audio quality is very poor/noisy
when in the Repeater reception area
The radio connection is very
weak/poor. You will have to find
another location where the signal from
the base is better.
Call lost or audio becomes poor when
moving from the base station reception
area to the Repeater reception area
You may be going out of range of the
base/repeater areas, or in a blind spot.
Move towards the base or Repeater.
Some base stations and handset
combinations do not support call
handover during conversation when
moving from base to repeater area.
Getting a tone/beep every 2 seconds
when in the Repeater reception area
The Repeater’s confidence tone (a beep
every 2 seconds) has been switched on.
To switch the confidence tone off follow
the procedure in this guide.
NOTE
If you are still experiencing difficulty,
please call the Diverse Helpline on
08457 908070.
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Index
At a glance
Help
General information
Guarantee
Introduction
Registering the BT DECT Repeater
on different base stations
Using your Diverse Repeater
14
17
Confidence tone on/off
14
15
Reset the Repeater
14
1
15
4
8
Diverse 2010, 2011, 2015, 2016
and 2020
8
Diverse 3010, 3010 Micro, 3016
9
Diverse 2-Line
10
Diverse ISDN
10
Safety information
5
Setting up
6
Connect the power adaptor
to the Repeater
Locate and position the
Repeater for use
11
Mains power on/off
6
Plug the power adaptor into
the mains socket
6
Register the Repeater to the
base station
7
Unpacking your Repeater
6
Technical information
18
6
16
Wall mounting
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Offices worldwide
The telecommunications services described in this publication
are subject to availability and may be modified from time to time.
Services and equipment are provided subject to British
Telecommunications plc’s respective standard conditions of contract.
Nothing in this publication forms any part of any contract.
© British Telecommunications plc 2001.
Registered Office: 81 Newgate Street, London EC1A 7AJ.
Registered in England No. 1800000.
Diverse Repeater Issue 2 (4/01) 3
Printed in the Germany.
Designed by The Art & Design Partnership Limited.
Siemens No: A30853-X600-B101-2-7619
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CE compliant to R&TTE Directive (1999/5/EC)
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