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Satellite
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RST625
RapidSAT
Hands-free Telephone
Installation & User Manual
Beam Communications Pty Ltd
RST625 INSTALLATION & USER MANUAL
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RapidSAT
Handsfree Telephone
RST625
Installation & User Manual
Beam Communications Pty Ltd
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Product name:
RST625 Installation & User Manual
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SAFETY INFORMATION
IMPORTANT! Please read the following information carefully before
installing and using your Beam RapidSAT Handsfree Phone. Failing
to follow instructions may compromise the safety of the product and
may result in personal injury and/or equipment damage. Please
consult your supplier if you have any further questions.
DC Fused
The RST625 case has a 2A M205 fuse for short circuit safety. Please replace
with 2A rated fuse if required.
Battery
The RapidSAT Portable system contains a Li-polymer battery unit with high energy
density. Do not disassemble, puncture, throw, drop, crush, bend, or modify this
battery unit. Do not charge the battery while on an airplane.
Exposure to Radio Frequency Signals
Your satellite system is a low power radio transmitter and receiver. When it is ON,
it receives and also sends out radio frequency (RF) signals.
International agencies have set standards and recommendations for the
protection of public exposure to RF electromagnetic energy.
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International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) 1996
Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker (VDE) DIN-0848
United States Federal Commission, Radio Frequency Exposure Guidelines (1996)
National Radiological Protection Board of the United Kingdom, GS 11, 1988
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) IEEE. C95. 1-1992
These standards are based on extensive scientific review. For example, over 120
scientists, engineers, and physicians from universities, government health
agencies, and industry reviewed the available body of research to develop the
updated ANSI standard.
As a precaution, please maintain maximum body distance as possible from the
antenna during call transmission.
Antenna Care
Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized
antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the phone and may violate
local agency regulations. Please refer to your Service Provider for further
information.
Phone Operation
Do not operate your satellite telephone when a person is within 4 inches (10
centimeters) of the antenna. A person or object within 4 inches (10 centimeters) of
the antenna could impair call quality and may cause the phone to operate at a
higher power level than necessary and expose that person to RF energy in excess
of that established by the FCC RF Exposure Guidelines.
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Electronic Devices
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from RF signals. However, certain
equipment may not be shielded against the RF signals from your satellite phone.
Please take all reasonable precautions to reduce possible interference.
Pacemakers
The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends that a minimum
separation of six inches (6") be maintained between a wireless phone’s antenna
and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker. These
recommendations are consistent with the independent research by and
recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.
Persons with pacemakers:
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Should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six inches from their pacemaker
when phone is turned ON
Should turn the phone OFF immediately if you have any reason to suspect
interference is taking place
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your
device to determine if it is adequately shielded from external RF energy. Your
physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.
Aircraft
Consult the local Aviation Authority for guidelines on use of the equipment on
board an aircraft.
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often but not always clearly
marked. Possible sparks from the system plugs / sockets (when plugging in whilst
switch is on) in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury
or even death. They include, but are not limited to: fueling areas such as gasoline
stations; below deck on boats; fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities; areas
where fuel odors are present (for example, if a gas/propane leak occurs in a car or
home); areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or
metal powders; and any other area where you normally would be advised to turn off
your vehicle engine.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION ...........................................................3
DC FUSED---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3
BATTERY------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 3
EXPOSURE TO RADIO FREQUENCY SIGNALS ------------------------------------------------------ 3
ANTENNA CARE --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3
PHONE OPERATION ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3
ELECTRONIC DEVICES -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4
PACEMAKERS ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 4
OTHER MEDICAL DEVICES --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4
AIRCRAFT ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4
POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES --------------------------------------------------------- 4
TABLE OF CONTENTS.............................................................5
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................8
FEATURES ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8
PRODUCT CONTENTS --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9
INSTALLATION BLOCK DIAGRAM .......................................10
INSTALLING THE SIM CARD -------------------------------------------------------------------------11
ANTENNA INSTALLATION ....................................................12
PLANNING THE ANTENNA INSTALLATION ----------------------------------------------------------12
INSTALLING THE ANTENNA CABLE -----------------------------------------------------------------12
OPERATION OF THE RST625................................................13
USE OF HANDSFREE AND HANDSET ---------------------------------------------------------------13
CHECKING PERFORMANCE AFTER INSTALLATION / MAKING CALLS ---------------------------13
VOLUME ADJUSTMENT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------14
POWERING OFF ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------14
BATTERY CHARGING ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------15
ASSURING QUALITY OF IRIDIUM SERVICE ........................16
OBSTRUCTIONS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------16
RF INTERFERENCE -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------16
USING YOUR INTELLIGENT HANDSET................................17
POWER-ON MESSAGES -----------------------------------------------------------------------------17
PHONE OVERVIEW -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------18
VOLUME KEYS ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------18
PLACING A CALL --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------18
MAKING A HANDS FREE CALL: ---------------------------------------------------------------------18
MAKING A PRIVATE CALL: --------------------------------------------------------------------------18
REFER TO YOUR SERVICE PROVIDER FOR CALLING INSTRUCTIONS: -------------------------19
AUTOMATIC REDIAL ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------19
REDIAL LAST NUMBER CALLED --------------------------------------------------------------------19
INTERNATIONAL DIALING ----------------------------------------------------------------------------19
DIAL A NUMBER FROM THE PHONE BOOK --------------------------------------------------------19
EMERGENCY NUMBER DIALING --------------------------------------------------------------------20
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CALL A NUMBER IN A MESSAGE --------------------------------------------------------------------20
ENDING A CALL ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------20
RECEIVE A PHONE CALL ----------------------------------------------------------------------------20
RECEIVING A PERSONAL CALL ON THE HANDSET: ----------------------------------------------20
UNANSWERED CALLS --------------------------------------------------------------------------------20
VOICEMAIL MAILBOX ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------20
CHANGING FROM PRIVATE TO HEADSET ---------------------------------------------------------20
ADJUSTING EARPIECE VOLUME --------------------------------------------------------------------21
MUTING A CALL ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------21
USING THE HANDSET MENUS .............................................21
NAVIGATE THE OPTIONS MENUS -------------------------------------------------------------------22
USING THE QUICK ACCESS MENU -----------------------------------------------------------------22
ACTIVATE THE FEATURE DIRECTLY ----------------------------------------------------------------22
DEFAULT QUICK ACCESS SETTINGS --------------------------------------------------------------23
USING THE IN-CALL MENU--------------------------------------------------------------------------23
MANAGING THE PHONE BOOK............................................23
ENTERING THE PHONE BOOK MENU --------------------------------------------------------------24
ORGANIZING YOUR PHONE BOOK -----------------------------------------------------------------24
STORING NAMES AND NUMBERS .......................................25
ADD AN ENTRY ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------25
ENTERING NAMES ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------25
CORRECT AN ENTRY ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------25
CALLING, MODIFYING, OR ERASING AN ENTRY --------------------------------------------------25
CALL A SELECTED ENTRY ---------------------------------------------------------------------------25
MODIFY A NAME OR NUMBER ----------------------------------------------------------------------26
ERASE A NAME AND NUMBER ----------------------------------------------------------------------26
STORING YOUR VOICEMAIL NUMBER--------------------------------------------------------------26
TEXT (SMS) MESSAGES........................................................26
HOW YOUR PHONE NOTIFIES YOU OF MESSAGES----------------------------------------------26
HOW MESSAGES ARE STORED --------------------------------------------------------------------27
WHAT MESSAGES CONTAIN ------------------------------------------------------------------------27
ACCESSING YOUR MESSAGES...-------------------------------------------------------------------27
READ A NEW MESSAGES NOTIFICATION MESSAGE ---------------------------------------------27
TEXT MESSAGES -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------27
DELETE MESSAGES ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------28
ACCESSING YOUR MESSAGES...-------------------------------------------------------------------28
GO TO THE NEXT MESSAGE ------------------------------------------------------------------------28
RETURN A CALL FROM NUMBER IN MESSAGE ----------------------------------------------------28
CUSTOMIZING PHONE FEATURES ......................................29
ENTERING THE PHONE SETUP MENU -------------------------------------------------------------29
ADJUSTING THE RINGER VOLUME -----------------------------------------------------------------30
SETTING THE RINGER TONE ------------------------------------------------------------------------30
GETTING TO PHONE SETUP... ----------------------------------------------------------------------30
SETTING THE KEYPAD TONES ----------------------------------------------------------------------31
LOCKING AND UNLOCKING YOUR PHONE ---------------------------------------------------------31
LOCK THE PHONE AUTOMATICALLY ---------------------------------------------------------------31
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LOCK THE PHONE INSTANTLY ----------------------------------------------------------------------31
UNLOCK THE PHONE ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------31
CHANGE THE UNLOCK CODE -----------------------------------------------------------------------32
GETTING TO REQUIRE SIM CARD PIN... ---------------------------------------------------------32
PROTECTING THE SIM CARD -----------------------------------------------------------------------32
ACTIVATE AND DEACTIVATE THE SIM CARD PIN CODE ----------------------------------------32
GETTING TO REQUIRE SIM CARD PIN…---------------------------------------------------------33
CHANGE THE SIM CARD PIN CODE ---------------------------------------------------------------33
UNBLOCK THE PIN CODE ---------------------------------------------------------------------------33
GETTING TO PHONE SETUP... ----------------------------------------------------------------------33
SELECTING THE DISPLAY LANGUAGE -------------------------------------------------------------33
RESET OPTIONS TO FACTORY DEFAULTS........................34
CLEAR ALL STORED INFORMATION ----------------------------------------------------------------34
ACCESSING THE NETWORK ................................................35
ENTERING THE NETWORK SELECTION MENU ----------------------------------------------------35
GETTING TO NETWORK SELECTION... -------------------------------------------------------------35
REGISTERING WITH THE SATELLITE NETWORK --------------------------------------------------35
SHOWING CALL TIMERS -----------------------------------------------------------------------------36
SHOW THE TIME OF THE LAST CALL ---------------------------------------------------------------36
SHOW TOTAL TIME FOR ALL CALLS ---------------------------------------------------------------36
GETTING TO AUDIBLE CALL TIMERS... ------------------------------------------------------------36
GLOSSARY .............................................................................37
TECHNICAL SUPPORT ..........................................................39
BEAM WARRANTY CONDITIONS .........................................40
RST625 SPECIFICATION SUMMARY ....................................41
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Introduction
This guide outlines the details for installing the Beam RapidSAT Handsfree
telephone. This kit should not be used with any other device other than the
components supplied.
Features
The Beam RapidSAT Handsfree
Telephone allows for a quality portable
installation of a satellite phone
system, with a handset and handsfree
interface. It is designed specifically to
powered from a vehicles cigarettelighter socket, or from AC. It also
operates stand-alone powered by the
internal battery. The magnetic mount
antenna is simply installed in a
convenient location on the vehicle.
The handset is installed within the
case ready for use.
Handsfree compatibility
The case panel includes built in speaker and microphone which operates whenever
the handset is seated in its cup (cradle). The RST625 also has sockets to support
extended speaker and microphone (optional items).
Intelligent Handset Interface
The RST625 case uses the Beam Intelligent Handset, RST970. The handset
supports voice calls as well as utilizing the Iridium SMS service. The handset is
compact and includes an inbuilt ring alert. The handset also enables a private
conversation, when the handset is taken out of the cup (cradle).
Iridium Data Port
The RST625 case also offers an RS232 (via a DB9 connector) data port. The data
modem AT port is Hayes compatible, and enables up to 2400bps data transfer.
Key Features
♦ Easy to carry, Lightweight “StormCase” enclosure
♦ Convenient Handsfree Operation
♦ Battery Backed – up to 9 hours talk, 12 hours standby
♦ Supports Intelligent Handset
♦ 11-32V DC Power Input
♦ 100-264V AC Power Input (using supplied plug-pack / wall wort)
♦ Iridium Satellite reliability and global coverage
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Product Contents
The RST625 RapidSAT Case contains the following:
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RST625 Integrated case system
RST970 Intelligent DPL Handset (with hang-up cup / cradle)
Iridium dome antenna (magnetic mount) with 5m cable
DC power cable to cirgarette lighter plug
AC/DC 45W power-pack (wall wort) for AC powering
AC/DC power-pack (wall wort) for Battery Charging
AC power cable IEC320 to Australian 3-pin
Socket wrench for SIM card panel access
RST625 User Manual
1 lightweight 60Whr Li-polymer battery bank (fitted to lid)
Extension cable kit for the Intelligent DPL Handset (2m)
Optional items:
ƒ 8W Extension Speaker
ƒ Extension Microphone
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Installation Block Diagram
The side panel connections are as follows:
Battery or
External
Powered
Switch
Internal
Speaker
On/Off
Switch
Fuse
2A M205
External DC
Power Input
10 to 32VDC
Optional
Extension
Speaker
Optional
Extension
Microphone
RS232
Data Port
(Iridium Data Access)
10
Antenna
Battery
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Installing the SIM Card
The RST625 Iridium transceiver uses a SIM card (similar to mobile phones)
which is installed inside the small removable black door. Insure the system is
powered OFF before installing or removing the SIM card.
The access door is secured by the 2 allenKey screws. Please use the supplied
allenKey wrench to access the SIM card slot.
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ANTENNA INSTALLATION
Planning the Antenna Installation
For proper performance in the Iridium System:
•
The antenna must have a clear line to the sky from the horizon up
•
Minimize horizontal obstructions as much as possible because they can create
areas of poor system coverage. These areas of poor coverage can decrease or
possibly eliminate the user’s ability to operate with predictability.
•
Maintain maximum workable distance from other electronic instrumentation to
avoid possible interference to and from the antenna.
A specialized coaxial cable system is required to connect the Antenna and to the
antenna connector.
To minimize the loss of radio signal from the antenna to the terminal, the coaxial
cable system between the antenna and the transceiver should be less than 3dB
including connector losses.
Installing the Antenna
The Antenna supplied with the RST625 is a magnetic mount type, which can easily
be applied to the top side of a metallic surface. Choose a location which maximizes
the sky viewing angle. Be sure to protect any painted surfaces from possible
scratches due to applying and removing the magnet.
Installing the Antenna Cable
Run the antenna cable in the most direct route to the antenna assembly,
ensuring that enough cable to comfortably secure the cable without tension.
Ensure that when you are routing the antenna cable that the cable does not
have bends smaller than 70mm radius. Please try to minimize the number
of bends in order to maximize satellite signal reception.
Note: Be careful to ensure that the distance between the position
where the system case is located and the antenna installation does not
exceed the cable length.
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OPERATION OF THE RST625
Now that you have completed all installation steps, follow these steps:
1. Ensure that the antenna is located in an area where quality signal is
available.
2. Ensure that the Intelligent Handset is plugged into the system (either
directly, or by using the 2m optional extension cable).
3. Ensure that the power cable (either AC or DC or both) are plugged in. If
using the DC cable, ensure that the plug is firmly asserted into the cirgarette
lighter.
4. Turn on the system Power switch to On (up) position.
Battery/External Switch:
Battery – unit it powered
via the battery only.
Charging is DISABLED.
External – unit is
powered from External
10-32VDC Port.
Charging is ENABLED if
separate Charger pack is
plugged in.
5. After about 5 to 10 seconds, the handset should now be on, and displaying
the status of satellite network search.
6. Wait for the system to register on the Irdium network (20 to 40 seconds).
7. You are now ready to make and receive calls.
Use of Handsfree and Handset
Dialing or answering a call can be done when the handset is in or out of the cup
(cradle). For handsfree operation, the handset MUST be in the cup.
The audio will be routed to the handset ONLY when the handset is out of the cup.
Putting the handset back in the cup will return the audio routing to the headset.
The handset can conveniently be plugged in and out of the cup during a call, without
the call being dropped. To hang-up a call, press the “end call” button on the handset.
Checking Performance after Installation / Making Calls
To confirm that the phone is working properly, make and receive a satellite phone
call:
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1. Ensure that the system is registered with “Iridium” being displayed on the
handset. Check that there is adequate signal strength by observing the
signal “bars” on the display. 5 bars equates to full signal reception.
2. Dial an outgoing call. The phone number format is 00+<country
code>+<local number>. For example, to dial a Sydney Australia number:
0061295601234. (NOTE: If a Telstra Satellite SIM is used, then you may
exclude the leading “0061” for Australian phone numbers, however the
state area code is still required, eg. 0295601234).
3. The handset will display the call is in progress, and will take about 10
seconds to connect. Once answered, verify audio in both directions with
both the handsfree and handset.
4. Have an incoming call placed, and verify ring signal is heard from the
speaker (when handset in cup) and from the handset when it is out of the
cup. Answer the call using the handset button, and verify audio in both
directions.
Volume adjustment
The volume is changed on the speaker and handset simultaneously by using the
up/down keys on the handset.
NOTE: To save the volume setting in between RST625 power
recycling, please perform a power down using the handset power
button, located on the bottom of keypad. This will permanently store
the speaker volume into memory even after system power-off. You
can then turn the system back on with the handset power button, or by
recycling power to the RST625.
When the volume is turned up high, this may increase the level of feedback (echo)
heard from the B-party phone call end. This will vary depending on speaker and
microphone placement, cabin acoustics, etc.
Powering off
The system phone is powered on and off by the panel power switch.
In addition, the system can be put into standby power mode by using the power
button on the bottom of the handset. In standby mode, the transmitter is off and the
system is not registered on the Iridium network. The standby mode consumes about
30mA.
NOTE: If the system is in standby mode, and then power is recycled for
whatever reason, the system will be fully on and will attempt to register.
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Battery charging
The battery will run between 9 and 12 hours before requiring re-charge.
To charge the battery, the Battery/External switch must be set to “External”.
Charging is then automatic, and LEDs flash showing the current level, until all 5
LEDs (100%) are on. (Refer also to battery instructions for charging time).
Insert the
Battery
Charger
Pack
“Check” Button can be
pressed (hold for 1
sec) to check battery
level, USE ONLY
WHEN NOT
CHARGING.
Battery LED
indicate Charge
level.
Battery Status LEDs
located in Lid
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Assuring Quality of Iridium Service
Iridium is committed to providing users around the world consistent, reliable, quality
voice and data access all day every day. The Iridium satellite system is monitored for
call performance from numerous locations 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in order to
achieve this.
Iridium continually strives to provide high quality voice and data communication links
for its subscribers. However, there are conditions that can compromise the quality of
the service you may receive.
There are three common factors regarding the user's environment that can lead to
degraded service quality. Obstructions and Interference
Obstructions
For best performance, the user’s antenna must be able to “see” the entire sky from
approximately 8 degrees above the horizon. Nearby tall buildings or similar
structures, heavily leafed trees, mountains, etc. can degrade performance as they
block the signal between the equipment’s antenna and the satellites. Having a
completely open view of the sky plays a very important role in maximizing
performance, as the Iridium satellites cross the sky from horizon to horizon during a
call connection.
A good rule of thumb is that all surrounding obstructions should be lower than the top
of a fist, which is extended at arms length, and the bottom of the fist placed on the
horizon. Note that Iridium performance is immune from natural environments such as
clouds, fog, rain, snow, wind and smoke.
RF Interference
All wireless devices, including satellite telephones, are susceptible to RF (radio
frequency) interference from other electronic devices. This problem is especially
evident when numerous antennas and broadcasting devices are located within close
proximity to each other.
A good example would be onboard a ship. It is important that certain considerations
be taken into account for best performance when an Iridium system is installed.
Symptoms of RF Interference
Symptoms of RF interference often resemble those that arise when an Iridium phone
is being operated with an obstructed view of the sky.
Some of these symptoms include; erratic or no signal strength indication, dropped
calls or warbled or otherwise distorted voice. These symptoms may be intermittent or
persistent, depending largely on the interference source, its distance, strength and
frequency relative to the Iridium unit.
Mitigation of RF Interference
Either or both of the following can significantly improve degradation of service due to
RF interference to the Iridium unit:
a)
Increasing the distance and moving the Iridium antenna off axis from the
source of the interference, and
b) Using an external band pass filter and an external antenna.
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USING YOUR INTELLIGENT HANDSET
Read this section to learn how to get up and running with your new satellite phone.
Power-On Messages
The system phone is powered on and off by the panel power switch. In addition, the
system can be put into power down mode by using the power button on the bottom of
the handset.
When you turn your phone's power on, it performs a self test to let you know it is
operational. You may see a number of other power-on messages (see below).
When the 0 (no service) indicator disappears and the (home system) indicator
appears, you are ready to start calling.
Once your phone is powered on, you may see:
Message
Searching.
Registering
Enter Phone Unlock Code
Enter PIN
Insert Card
Check Card
Description
The phone is attempting to establish communications
with the satellite network.
See "Accessing the Network" for more information.
Your phone is registering with the network. When the
process is complete, you will see Registered. See
"Accessing the Network" for more information.
Your phone was locked after the last use. Enter your
four-digit unlock code and press to proceed. See
"Locking and Unlocking Your Phone" for more
information.
Enter the four-to eight-digit SIM card PIN code
provided by your service provider and press to
proceed. See "Protecting the SIM Card" for more
information.
Power off your phone; make sure your SIM card is
inserted completely; and then power your phone on
again.
This message indicates that the SIM card is damaged
or inserted the wrong way.
Blocked
If the SIM card PIN code is incorrectly entered three
times in a row, your phone becomes blocked. See
"Unblock the PIN Code" for instructions on how to
to unblock it.
Bad Card See supplier
Your SIM card has been damaged or incorrectly
issued. Contact your service provider for information.
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Phone Overview
LCD Display
Vol Up/Down
Menu Up/Down
Menu up
Power On/Off
Volume Keys
The Volume keys are on face of the handset as shown above.
This controls the in call volume as well as the ring volume.
Placing a Call
To place a call, your phone must be powered on, have a SIM card inserted,
be unlocked, and be in contact with the satellite network. See "Accessing
the Network" for network information.
Making A Hands Free Call:
1. Enter the number you wish you call
2. Use the + symbol for international calls
3. Once the number is entered the Call?, will appear
4. Press OK to attempt call
5. To end call End Call? appears press OK
6. To end call press C.
Making A Private Call:
1. Remove handset from cradle/holder
2. Enter the number you wish you call
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3. Use the + symbol for international calls
4. Once the number is entered Call?, will appear
5. Press OK to attempt call
6. To end call if End Call? appears press OK
7. To end call press C or replace handset in cradle
Refer to your Service Provider for calling Instructions:
If you make a mistake, press C once to delete the last digit, or press and hold C
to clear all digits.
If the call connects and is answered, Connected appears on the display for a few
seconds, followed by End Call? .
Automatic Redial
If the number or your network is busy, you will see Redial? for five seconds.
Press OK to redial the number automatically.
Note: The maximum number of redial attempts is set by your service provider.
If the call cannot be connected within this maximum, you will see the message
Redial failed.
Redial Last Number Called
Whenever your phone is on standby, you can redial the last number called
1. Press OK to display the last number dialed.
2. Press OK again to place the call.
International Dialing
To make an international phone call:
1. Press and hold *
After a few seconds the international dialing prefix + appears in the display.
This allows you to call from any country without knowing the local international
access code.
2. Enter the country code followed by the phone number. The country code
follows the conventional format.
Dial a Number from the Phone Book
Your phone contains a phone book that you can use to store names and telephone
numbers. Once you have stored information in your phone book, you can save
dialing steps by using:
• one-touch dialing
• an entry from a location
• an entry of a name
•
one of the last ten numbers called Make an Emergency Call
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Emergency Number Dialing
Refer to your service provider for availability of this service.
Call a Number in a Message
Ending a Call
To end a call, perform one of the following tasks:
• Press C or if End Call? appears press OK
• Replace the handset in the hang-up cup, for an in-vehicle installation
Receive a Phone Call
To receive a call, your phone must be powered on, have a SIM card inserted,
be unlocked, and be in contact with the satellite network. See "Accessing the
Network" for network information.
Receiving A Personal Call on the handset:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
In call alert, remove handset from hang-up cup
Call should answer if removed from hang-up cup
Direct your conversion to the handset
To end call End Call? appears press OK
To end call press C
Unanswered Calls
If you are away from your phone or choose not to answer a call, your phone
displays
the message Unanswered Cal 1.
Voicemail Mailbox
Callers who are unable to reach you can leave voice messages if this feature
is active. You will also need to ensure your diversions have been set to
perform this. The next time you register with the satellite network, you will
receive notification of voice messages being left in your mailbox / voicemail.
Changing From Private to Headset
1. Remove the handset form the cradle, for privacy mode
2. Replace the handset into the hang-up cup, you are now in direct
conversation with Headset Speaker & Mic
NOTE: It is possible to switch between hands-free and private mode
without terminating the call.
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Adjusting Earpiece Volume
To adjust earpiece volume:
Increase the volume by pressing the upper volume key.
Decrease the volume by pressing the lower volume key.
As you press the keys, the phone's speaker demonstrates the new volume level. The
bar graph in the display represents the volume level. The higher the graph, the louder
the volume.
Muting a Call
For privacy during a call, try muting the phone. You hear the party on the other end,
but the other party does not hear you.
To mute a call:
While in a call Press
Press
OK
MENU
until you see Turn Mute on or off.
to select. You will see Mute.
To unmute a call:
Press
MENU
until you see Turn Mute on or off.
Press OK to unmute.
Using the Handset Menus
Many of your phone's features are organized into lists of options called menus. There
are three menus: the Options menu, the Quick Access menu, and the In-Call menu.
Some of these options give you access to additional lists of options called submenus.
Learn how to navigate through your phone's three main menus.
What You Will Learn
• using the Options menu
• using the Quick Access menu
• using the In-Call menu
• Using the Options Menus
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Navigate the Options Menus
Learning how to use just a few keys enables you to move freely through the entire
menu system.
If you want to...
Then...
enter the Options menu
Press MENU to access the Options menu.
You will see the first available submenu.
Press MENU to scroll forward.
Press * or # to scroll backward or forward.
scroll through the Options menu
select options and submenus
Press OK to select a menu option or submenu
when that option or submenu name is displayed.
exit features and menus
Press e to exit the feature or submenu.
Press and hold e to exit the Options menu.
Note: If you press MENU during a call, you will see the In-Call menu.
Using the Quick Access Menu
The Quick Access menu is a way to keep your favourite menu options readily
accessible. Each digit key, has a Quick Access feature assigned to it.
If you know the number of the feature, activating that option takes only two button
pushes! If you do not know the number or want to review your options, just scroll
through the icon menu and read the tag attached to each option.
Activate the Feature Directly
To access the feature directly:
Press MENU, and then press the digit key of the feature.
Scroll to the Feature
To scroll to the feature:
Press
MENU
to scroll through the available features.
or
Press * or
Press
OK
#
to scroll backward and forward.
to select a feature.
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Default Quick Access Settings
Menu Number
Quick Access Feature
1
Find Name searches your Phone Book by the full name.
2
Check Signal checks the strength of the signal from the satellite
3
Call Voicemail calls your Voicemail number to check your Voice
4
Mute Phone mutes the phone.
5
Lock Now locks your phone immediately.
6
Adjust Ring displays and sets the incoming call ring tone volume.
7
Read Messages displays the newest message received
8
Register Now initiates a systematic manual search for a network
which to register. You must wait three minutes between registra
attempts.
9
Forward On/Off activates or deactivates unconditional call forwa
depending on the current setting.
Using The In-Call Menu
This menu lets you access specific features while you are in a call. Because this
menu is not available until you are actually in a call, you cannot review it off-line.
Entering the In-Call Menu
While you are in a call:
Press MENU to view the In-Call menu features.
In-Call Menu Features
The In-Call menu dynamically changes depending on the type of call you are in.
Managing the Phone Book
Your satellite phone can store up to 100 names and numbers, and your SIM card
expands memory capacity even more.
Use the dedicated keys or the Options menu to access the same functions. With
the Options menu you can also access Phone Book maintenance and security
features.
What You Will Learn
• recalling and storing phone numbers
• organizing the Phone Book
• accessing automated calling systems
• storing phone number prefixes
• editing the memory information
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Entering the Phone Book Menu
To enter the Phone Book menu:
1. Press MENU to open the Options menu.
2. Press MENU to scroll forward.
or
1. Press * or # to scroll backward or forward.
2. Press OK when you see:
Organizing Your Phone Book
Each name and phone number in your Phone Book is stored in a numbered memory
location. The satellite phone has two types of memory—phone memory and SIM card
memory.
Personal Numbers
Phone Number Digits
Name Characters
Location Numbers
Phone Memory
SIM Card Memory'
100 entries
32
16
1-100
155 entries
20
16
101-255
SIM card capacity varies depending upon the card issued by your service provider.
Your phone's memory can seem overwhelming if you do not have a strategy for
organizing your Phone Book. Begin setting up your Phone Book by asking yourself
these questions:
Which numbers do I call most?
Make a list of the numbers you call most frequently. You will probably want to store
these numbers in the first nine memory locations of your Phone Book. You can then
dial them with a single keystroke by using One-Touch dialing.
When do I use these numbers?
Group the numbers on the list according to when you use them. Most people call a
different set of numbers during the day than they do in the evening and on
weekends. You can switch one-touch dialing to your phone's memory (locations 1-9),
your SIM card's memory (locations 101-109), or to your fixed dial list (locations 1-9).
Store your evening and weekend numbers on one type of memory and your daytime
numbers on another.
Getting to Personal Numbers...
1. Press MENU until you see Phone Book, and then press OK.
2. Press MENU until you see Personal Numbers, and then press OK.
3. Press MENU to scroll to one of the features described below.
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Storing Names and Numbers
Add an Entry
Use the Options Menu
1.
Follow the steps in "Getting to Personal Numbers..." to get to Add Entry, and
then press OK.
2.
Press MENU to scroll to Add to Phone Memory or Add to SIM Memory.
3.
Press OK to select. You will see Enter Number.
4.
Enter a number, and then press OK. You will see Enter Name.
5.
Enter a name and then press OK. You will see Enter Location.
6.
Enter a location number, 1-100 for phone memory or 101-255 for SIM
memory*, and then press OK. You will see Stored XXX.
Or
1.
Press OK to select the next available location. You will see Stored XXX.
2.
Press and hold OK to exit the menu.
Entering Names
You can use the keypad to produce any letter in the alphabet. For example, press 2 to
enter the letters A, B, or C, as shown:
Correct an Entry
To make a change:
1. Press * or # to scroll to the character you want to delete.
2. Press OK to delete one character at a time.
Or
2. Press and hold C to clear the display.
Calling, Modifying, or Erasing an Entry
Once you have selected a Phone Book entry, you can call, change, or erase that
entry.
Call a Selected Entry
1. Find an entry, and then press OK. See Locating Entries
2. Press MENU until you see Call Number, and then press OK. You will see Calling
followed by the number you dialed.
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Modify a Name or Number
1. Find an entry, and then press OK .
2. Press MENU until you see Modify Name or Number, and then press OK. You
will see Edit Number, followed by the phone number stored in that entry.
3. Enter changes to the number, and then press OK. You will see the name
stored in that entry.
4. Enter changes to the name, and then press OK. You will see Modified XXX.
Erase a Name and Number
1. Find an entry, and then press OK.
2. Press MENU until you see Erase Name and Number, and then press OK. You will
see Erased xxx.
Storing Your Voicemail Number
To store a voicemail number:
1. Go to “Message Settings”, and then Press OK to select.
2. Press OK to select Voicemail Number. You will see Enter Voicemail Number
followed by your current voicemail number. If this is the first time you have
stored a number, continue with to step 4.
C
3. Press to clear one digit at a time, or press and hold
entire number.
C
to erase the
4. Enter the new number, and then Press OK. You will see Completed.
5. Press and hold C to exit the menu.
Text (SMS) Messages
How Your Phone Notifies You of Messages
If your phone is powered on, it notifies you of received messages in the following
ways:
• An alert sounds.
• Your phone beeps three times to inform you of an incoming message.
• The (message) indicator is displayed.
• The message is displayed immediately if the message is a voicemail
notification message. The message remains on the display for several
seconds.
or
Message Read Now? is displayed if the message is an alphanumeric, text message of
up to 160 characters. For more information see "Read a New Message"
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How Messages Are Stored
Your phone stores all messages on your SIM card. The total number of messages
that you can store depends on your service provider.
If the message indicator is flashing, your SIM card is full. See "Delete Messages" to
make room for the new message.
What Messages Contain
You can receive short text or numeric messages in your Personal Mailbox. Text
messages may contain up to 160 characters.
Messages contain multiple screens with the following information:
• the message
• the date and time the message was sent
• the phone number (if available) from which the message was sent
Accessing Your Messages...
1. Press MENU until you see Messages, and then press 0K.
2. Press MENU until you see Received Messages, and then press 0K.
3. Press MENU to scroll to one of the features described below.
Read a New Messages Notification Message
When you receive an incoming fax or voicemail notification message, it automatically
scrolls across your screen. You can:
• Press
OK
• Press
OK
to store it on your SIM card.
to delete it.
Text Messages
When you receive a new alphanumeric message, you will see Messa ge Read Now?
To read it:
Press OK and continue with step 2.
or
Press
0K
to read the message later.
Read a Stored Message
To read a stored message:
1. Follow the steps in "Accessing Your Messages..." to enter the message
menu. If you have messages you will see the number of messages stored.
If you do not have any messages, you will see No Messages.
2. Press MENU to move forward through a message one screen at a time.
3. Press OK to access options for that entry, or Press and hold C to exit the
menu.
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Delete Messages
Use this option to make room for new messages:
1. Follow the steps in "Go to the Next Message" until you see the message
you want to delete, and then press C
2. Press MENU until you see Delete Message, and then press OK. You will
see Message Deleted.
3. Press and hold C to exit the menu.
Accessing Your Messages...
1. Press MENU until you see Messages, and then press
0K.
2. Press MENU until you see Received Messages, and then press
0K.
3. Press MENU to scroll to one of the features described below.
Go to the Next Message
To go to the next message:
1. Follow the steps in "Read a Stored Message"
0K
2. Press MENU until you see Go To Next Message and then press .
You will see the next message. If you are at the end of your message list
you will see the first message again.
3. Press MENU to move forward through a message one screen at a time.
4. Repeat steps 2 to 3 until you have read all your messages.
5. Press and hold C to exit the menu.
Return a Call from number in message
A callback number appears in quotes within the message. If one is enclosed, you
can instantly place a call to that number. If one is not included, your phone
selects the first number in the message.
1. Follow the steps in "Go to the Next Message" to display the desired message,
0K
and then press
2. Press MENU until you see Return Cal 1.
3. Press
Calling.
0K
to place a call to that number. You will see the number followed by
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Customizing Phone Features
Once you are comfortable with the basic features of your new phone, use this
chapter to set up your phone the way you like it.
What You Will Learn
• adjusting your phone's ringer volume
• choosing from ten different ringer styles
• choosing your phone's keypad tones
• locking and unlocking your phone
• changing and setting codes for security
• resetting or clearing your phone's settings
• selecting the language displayed by your phone
Entering the Phone Setup Menu
To enter the Phone Setup menu:
1. Press MENU to open the Options menu.
2. Press MENU to scroll forward.
or
1. Press * or # to scroll backward or forward.
2. Press when you see:
Press MENU to scroll through the submenu.
or
Press * or # to scroll backward or forward through the submenu.
Getting to Phone Setup...
1. Press
MENU
until you see Phone Setup, and then press OK.
2. Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You will see the
feature name, followed by Select?.
MENU
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Adjusting the Ringer Volume
Use this feature to adjust the volume of the ringer. The phone sounds the
new volume level as you adjust it.
1. Follow the steps in "Getting to Phone Setup... to get to Adjust Ring
OK
to select.
Volume, and then press
"
2. Increase the volume by pressing the upper volume key.
or
1. Decrease the volume by pressing the lower volume key.
2. Press and hold C to exit the menu.
Setting the Ringer Tone
Select your favourite tone from 10 different options.
1. Follow the steps in "Getting to Phone Setup..." to get to Set Ringer Tone,
and then press OK to select.
2. Press MENU to scroll through the following options:
Standard Tone
Single Ring Tone
British Tone
French Tone
German Tone
Bravo Tone
Three Ring Tone
Siren Tone
Quick Tone
High Tone
You will hear a one-ring-cycle demonstration.
3. Press OK to select the desired option.
4. Press and hold C to exit the menu.
Getting to Phone Setup...
1. Press MENU until you see Phone Setup, and then press OK
2. Press MENU to scroll to one of the features described below. You will
see the feature name, followed by Select?.
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Setting the Keypad Tones
Choose the sounds your phone makes when its keys are pressed.
Note: This feature is available only when the extended menus are activated. See
"Activating Extended Menus"
1. Follow the steps in "Getting to Phone Setup..." to get to Select Keypad
Tones, and then press OK to select.
2. Press MENU to choose Normal Tones, Single Tone, or No Tones, and then
press OK
3. Press and hold C to exit the menu.
Locking and Unlocking Your Phone
These features can help you prevent unwanted use of your phone.
Lock the Phone Automatically
Use this feature to set your phone to lock itself every time it is powered on.
1. Follow the steps in "Getting to Phone Lock..." to get to Automatic Lock,
and then press OK to select.
2. Press MENU to choose On or Off, and then press 0 to select. You will
see Completed.
3. Press and hold 0 to exit the menu.
Lock the Phone Instantly
Use this feature to lock your phone immediately.
1. Follow the steps in "Getting to Phone Lock..." to get to Lock Now.
2. Press OK to select. You will see Locked.
Note: Once you unlock your phone, it remains unlocked until you lock it
again.
Unlock the Phone
1. Enter unlock code. Enter your four-digit phone unlock code.
2. Press OK.
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Change the Unlock Code
The unlock code is originally set to 1234. You should change it as soon as possible.
1. Follow the steps in "Getting to Phone Lock..." to get to Change Unlock
OK
Code, and then press
to select. You will see Enter Security Code.
2. Enter security code. Enter your six-digit security code. You will
see your current lock code and Enter Phone Unlock Code.
3. Press 0 to clear one digit at a time, or press and hold C to clear all
the digits.
4. Enter new code. Enter a new four-digit unlock code, and then
press OK. You will see Phone Lock and the new lock code.
4. Press and hold C to exit the menu.
Getting to Require SIM Card PIN...
1. Press MENU until you see Phone Setup, and then press OK.
2. Press MENU until you see Require SIM Card PIN, and then press 0.
3. Press MENU to scroll to one of the features described below. You will
see the feature name, followed by View Options?.
Protecting the SIM Card
You can use a Personal Identification Number (PIN) code to protect the information
stored on your SIM card even when it is inserted into someone else's phone.
Activate and Deactivate the SIM Card PIN Code
When you activate the SIM card PIN code, your phone requests the code whenever
the phone is powered on. To change this setting, you need to enter the PIN code that
your service provider gave you.
1. Follow the steps in "Getting to Require SIM Card PIN...".
2. Press MENU to scroll to On or Off, and then press OK. You will see Enter PIN.
3. Enter PIN code. Enter the four- to eight-digit PIN code your service
provider gave you, and then press OK. You will see Completed.
3. Press and hold C to exit the menu.
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Getting to Require SIM Card PIN…
1. Press
MENU
until you see Phone Setup, and then press OK
2. Press
MENU
until you see Require SIM Card PIN, and then press OK
MENU
3. Press
to scroll to one of the features described below. You will see
the feature name, followed by View Options?.
Change the SIM Card PIN Code
To choose your own PIN code:
1. Follow the steps in "Getting to Require SIM Card PIN..." to get to Change SIM
OK
Card PIN, and then press
to select. You will see Enter Old PIN.
2. Enter the current PIN code, and then press OK. You will see Enter New PIN.
.
3. Enter a new PIN code, and then press OK You will see Repeat New PIN.
4. Re-enter the new PIN code, and then press OK again. You will see
Completed.
5. Press and hold C to exit the menu.
Unblock the PIN Code
If your PIN code is entered incorrectly three times in a row, Blocked appears in the
display. You need to enter a PIN unblocking key (PUK1), which you can obtain from
your provider
Getting to Phone Setup...
1. Press MENU until you see Phone Setup, and then press OK.
2. Press MENU to scroll to one of the features described below. You will see
the feature name, followed by Select?.
Selecting the Display Language
Note: This feature is available only when the extended menus are activated. See
"Activating Extended Menus"
1. Follow the steps in "Getting to Phone Setup..." to get to language selection,
and then press OK to select.
2. Press MENU to scroll through the choices, and then press OK to select the
displayed option.
3. Press and hold C to exit the menu.
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Reset Options to Factory Defaults
Use the master reset option to reset all settings to their original default settings. The
master reset option:
• resets audible call timers, the in-call timer, and the automatic lock
• resets extended menus to default setting
• restores keypad tones to normal, ringer tone to standard, and the volume
level to the middle (fourth bar) of its range
To reset all settings:
1. Follow the steps in "Getting to Phone Status..." to get to Master Reset, and
then press OK to select. You will see Enter Security Code.
2. Enter your six-digit security code. You will see Reset Complete.
3. Press and hold C to exit the menu.
Clear All Stored Information
The Master Clear option resets the same items as Master Reset, plus the following:
• clear phone book entries from phone memory (not from SIM memory)
• clear last calls made list
• reset resettable call timers
Master Clear does not clear the:
• fixed dial list
• my number(s) list
• received messages list
To clear the settings:
1. Follow the steps in "Getting to Phone Status..." to get to Master Clear, and
then press OK to select. You will see Enter Security Code.
2. Enter your six-digit security code. You will see Reset Complete.
3. Press and hold C to exit the menu.
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Accessing the Network
Entering the Network Selection Menu
To enter the Network Selection menu:
1. Press MENU to open the Options menu.
2. Press MENU to scroll forward.
or
2. Press * or # to scroll backward or forward.
3. Press OK when you see:
4. Press MENU to scroll through the submenu.
or
5. Press * or # to scroll backward or forward through the submenu.
Getting to Network Selection...
1. Press MENU until you see Network Selection, and then press OK.
2. Press MENU to scroll to one of the features described below. You will see
the feature name, followed by Select?.
Registering With the Satellite Network
Your phone searches for the Iridium satellite network.
1. Follow the steps in "Getting to Network Selection..." to get to Register Now.
2. Press 0 to select. You will see Registering…. This may take a few seconds.
If the phone finds the signal, you will see Registered and the signal strength indicator:
The (home system) indicator appears.
If the phone is unsuccessful you may see one of these messages: System Busy,
Restricted Area, or Weak Signal.
Note: You must wait three minutes between registration attempts.
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Getting to Show Call Timers...
1. Press MENU until you see Call Meters, and then press OK.
2. Press MENU until you see Show Call Timers, and then press OK.
3. Press MENU to scroll to one of the features described below.
Showing Call Timers
This submenu helps you track your airtime. Keep a running tab of your monthly
usage or view the airtime of your most recent call.
Show the Time of the Last Call
Use this feature to display the elapsed time of your most recent call.
1. Follow the steps in "Getting to Show Call Timers..." to get to Show Last Call,
and then press OK to select.
You will see the airtime of the most recent call in hours, minutes, and
seconds. After several seconds, the display returns to Show Last Call
2. Press and hold C to exit the menu.
Show Total Time for All Calls
Use this feature to display your total airtime since you last reset the Call Timer.
1. Follow the steps in "Getting to Show Call Timers..." to get to Total For All Calls,
and then press OK to select.
You will see the airtime accumulated since the timer was last reset. The
airtime is displayed in hours, minutes, and seconds. After several seconds,
the display returns to Total For All CalIs.
2. Press and hold C to exit the menu.
Getting to Audible Call Timers...
1. Press MENU until you see Call Meters, and then press OK.
2. Press MENU until you see Set Audible Call Timers, and then press OK
3.
4.
Press MENU to scroll to one of the features described below.
Press and hold C to exit the menu.
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Glossary
A
airtime The amount of time you spend using the satellite system. Especially, the
time between successfully placing a call and terminating a call.
antenna The device attached to your phone by a cable that sends and receives
satellite signals.
D
default A feature's original setting as pre-programmed in the factory.
DTMF See Dual Tone Multi-Frequency tones.
Dual Tone Multi-Frequency Tones The tones that your phone transmits when
you press a key on the keypad. These tones are used to access automated calling
systems such as voicemail.
E
emergency call
I
In-Call menu The menu that appears when you press during a call. It allows you
to access features like call holding.
Indium system A system of 66 satellites that offer global communication.
L
lock Use this feature to prevent unauthorized access to your satellite telephone.
LBT L-Band Transceiver module
M
memory location A space in the internal Phone Book (both phone memory and
SIM memory) where you can store a telephone number and a name. Each phone
memory location can hold up to 32 digits and 16 letters. The SIM card memory
can hold up to 20 digits and 16 letters.
menu feature Any feature that can be accessed through the menu system.
menu system The hierarchical arrangement of your phone's features that allows
for quick, intuitive access.
N
name directory An alphabetical list of the names and telephone numbers you have
stored into your phone's internal Phone Book.
O
one-touch dialing To use this feature, press and hold a number on the keypad, 0
through and your call is placed.
Options menu The top level of the menu system hierarchy, which contains the seven
main feature menus: Phone Book, Call-Related Features, Messages, Phone Setup,
Network Selection, Call Meters, Accessory Setup.
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P
PIN code Personal Identification Number code. A private numeric password that
prevents unauthorized access to your SIM card.
PIN2 code A private numeric password that prevents unauthorized access to your
SIM card's fixed dialing settings.
prompt A message requesting input.
Q
Quick Access menu A set of features activated by pressing Menu and a digit key
( 1 to 9).
S
scroll To move backward or forward through a list; for example: to move backward or
forward through the menu system or the name directory.
security code A six-digit code used to access sensitive features.
service provider A company affiliated with a satellite carrier that provides satellite
service to its customers.
signal The radio waves that carry information between your phone and the satellite
system.
submenu A secondary level of your phone's menu system hierarchy.
T
talk-time The amount of time that you spend talking on the phone.
toggle To switch between two possible options; for example: on versus off.
U
unlock code A four-digit code used to unlock a locked phone.
V
volume keys Located on the side of your phone, the upper and lower volume keys
are used to adjust phone volume.
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Technical Support
Please contact your place of purchase for first level support on this product.
Should you wish to contact Beam Communications, this can be done so in the
following ways.
Beam Communications Pty Ltd
8 Anzed Court, Mulgrave, Victoria, Australia 3170
Telephone :
+61 3 8851 0400
Fax:
+61 3 9560 9055
Email:
support@beamcomm.net
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Beam Warranty Conditions
Beam Communications gives this express warranty (along with extended warranty endorsements,
where applicable) in lieu of all other warranties, express or implied, including (without limitation),
warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. This constitutes our sole
warranty and obligation with regard to our products as well as the Customer’s sole remedy.
Beam Communications expressly disclaims all liability and responsibility for any special, indirect
or consequential damages or any further loss of any kind whatsoever resulting from the use of our
product(s). The Customer’s sole and exclusive remedy and the limit of Beam’s liability for any loss
whatsoever, shall not exceed the purchase price paid by the Customer for the product to which a
claim is made.
1.
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4.
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All products manufactured by Beam Communications are warranted to be free from defects in
material and workmanship in accordance with and subject to the following terms and conditions:
This warranty is limited to the original Customer only. It cannot be transferred or assigned to
third parties unless the intent to transfer to a third party is expressly indicated in a purchase order
and/or warranty-processing arrangements have been agreed upon in writing by Beam.
Beam Communications does not warrant any installation, maintenance or service of the
Products not performed by Beam, nor does it warrant the use of Products with unapproved
ancillary products.
Beam Communications will correct any defects in material or workmanship of products
manufactured by Beam which appear within (12) months, from the date of shipment by Beam
Communications to the Customer. Beam Communications will repair or replace, at our option, any
defective product, provided that our analysis and/or inspection discloses that such defects
developed under normal and proper use.
This warranty does not extend to goods subjected to liquid or particulate ingress, extreme
humidity, misuse, neglect, accident or improper installation, or to maintenance or repair of
products that have been altered or repaired by anyone except Beam Communications unless
otherwise stated in writing.
The warranty is a return-to-base warranty and freight is paid by the sender.
A charge of USD150 including return freight will be made for testing returned product which
is not defective or is found to be defective as the result of improper use, maintenance or neglect.
Beam Communications will not accept responsibility for any invoiced goods or services that
are not covered by a Beam Communications written purchase order. Under no circumstances
does Beam Communications agree to pay for labour or other related expenses associated with
the troubleshooting and/or repair of our product without prior specific written authorization.
Information in our descriptive literature is based on product specifications that are current at
the time of publication. Product specifications, designs and descriptive literature are subject to
change as improvements are introduced. Although we announce changes as they occur, we
cannot guarantee notification to every Customer. Beam Communications warrants delivered
product to conform to the most current specifications, designs and descriptive literature.
This warranty policy may be expanded or limited, for particular categories of products or
Customers, by information sheets published as deemed appropriate by Beam Communications. In
particular, the warranty for third party Products is that of the third party and not Beams warranty.
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RST625 Specification Summary
Electrical
Power
10-32V DC 2.5A
Power Consumption
(Average Current)
Input Voltage:
12VDC
24VDC
Standby Mode
0.47 A
0.15 A
Talk/Transmit Mode
0.54 A
0.24 A
Battery
60Whr Li-Polymer
Standby
12 hours
Talk/Transmit Mode
9 hours
Handset
Voltage
+12VDC
Audio
Line level
Digital Control
115kbps RS232
RF Interface (L-Band Transceiver)
Frequency range
Average Power
1616MHz to 1626.5MHz
7W during a transmit slot (max)
Average Power
Receiver Sensitivity
0.6 W during a frame (typical)
Receiver Spurious Rejection at
offsets > 1 MHz (typical)
60 dB
Duplexing method
TDD (Time Domain Duplex)
Oscillator stability:
±1.5ppm
Input/output impedance
50 Ohms
Multiplexing method:
TDMA/FDMA
-118.5 dBm at 50W (typical)
Environmental
Operating Temperature Range
-15°C to +55°C ambient
Operating Humidity Range
<85% RH non-condensing
Storage temperature
-30C to +70C
Weight (HFI module)
8 kg (including antenna, handset, plug pack)
Dimensions (HFI module)
L411 x W323 x H168 mm
Certification
EMC Compliance
C-Tick
Safety
A tick
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