ClearOne MAX Wirele Quick Start Guide

ClearOne MAX Wirele Quick Start Guide
MAX® IP Conferencing Phone
User’s Guide
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MAX IP User’s Guide
CLEARONE PART NO. 800-158-301 August 2010 (REV. 2.2)
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Table of Contents
MAX IP User’s Guide
Unpacking and Setting Up Your MAX IP Conference Phone......... 1
Keypad Functions......................................................................... 1
LCD Display................................................................................ 2
Using the MAX IP Phone. ............................................................ 2
To Make a Call. ...................................................................... 2
To Answer a Call.................................................................... 2
To End a Call. ........................................................................ 2
To Turn the Ringer On/Off (In Standby).................................. 2
To Mute During Ringing.......................................................... 3
To Adjust Ringer Volume. ....................................................... 3
To Adjust Loudspeaker Volume................................................ 3
To Access Your Help Line. ...................................................... 3
To Store a Number in the Phonebook. ..................................... 3
To Make a Call Using the Phonebook...................................... 3
To Make an Outbound THREE-WAY Call. ............................... 3
Using the Phone in a Three-Way Call....................................... 4
To Make an Outbound Call While on Another Call................. 4
To Accept an Inbound Call While on Another Call.................. 4
Tones and Alerts......................................................................... 4
MAX IP User’s Guide
Unpacking and Setting Up Your MAX IP Conference Phone
For information on unpacking and setting up your MAX IP conference phone, please refer to the MAX IP Administrator’s
Guide.
Keypad Functions
Function
Key
ON / OFF
PHONEBOOK
EDIT
REDIAL
PROG.
CONFERENCE
HOLD
CLEAR
VOLUME
MUTE
Figure 1 - MAX IP Keypad Functions
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LCD Display
Figure 2 - MAX IP Parts
Using the MAX IP Phone
The following paragraphs describe how to use your MAX IP phone.
To Make a Call
1. Press the ON/OFF key to activate the phone. You hear a dial tone. (The phone icon and line states appear when the
phone is active (see Figure 3).) The line states are displayed at the far right of the display as “1” for line 1 and “2” for
line 2, with the current line state being represented by the letter “c” for “connected,” “i” for “incoming,” “h” for “hold,”
or “r” for “remote hold” (the line is on hold at the far end).
Figure 3 - MAX IP Phone Icon
2. Dial the number as you would on a standard phone. The number appears on the LCD screen.
> Note: You can also predial the number while in Standby mode and press the ON/OFF key to connect
the call.
To add a pause to the number you are predialing, press and hold the pound (#) key.
To Answer a Call
• Press any key (except “*” key, MUTE, VOLUME UP or VOLUME DOWN).
When there is an incoming call, the phone rings (unless the ringer is turned off) and the phone LEDs and
phone icon on the LCD screen flash.
To End a Call
• Press the ON/OFF key.
To Turn the Ringer On/Off (In Standby)
• Press and hold the star key (*). A music note with a slash through it (Figure 4) denotes that the ringer has been
turned off.
Figure 4 - MAX IP Ringer OFF Icon
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To Mute During Ringing
• Press the star (*) or the MUTE key to mute the ringer for the duration of the ringing.
> Note: This only mutes the current ring; the ringer is unmuted for subsequent calls.
To Adjust Ringer Volume
1. While the phone is ringing, press VOLUME UP or VOLUME DOWN.
2. While the phone is inactive, press VOLUME UP or VOLUME DOWN. The ringer melody plays once at the new
level.
To Adjust Loudspeaker Volume
1. Press the VOLUME UP key while on a call to increase volume.
2. Press the VOLUME DOWN key while on a call to decrease volume.
To Access Your Help Line
• While in Standby mode, press and hold the 0 key for 2 seconds. This feature must be programmed before use.
To Store a Number in the Phonebook
1. Enter the number while the phone is in Standby (Inactive) mode.
2. Press and hold the PHONEBOOK key until the Phonebook and Program icons appear.
Phonebook and Program icons
Figure 5 - MAX IP Phonebook and Program Icons
3. Assign a Phonebook location (0–9) by pressing the corresponding number key.
4. Press the PHONEBOOK key again to save the entry. You hear a confirmation tone.
5. To exit Phonebook Edit mode before saving the entry, press the CLEAR key.
To Make a Call Using the Phonebook
1. Press the PHONEBOOK key.
2. Press the specific number (0-9) that corresponds with the stored phone number you want to dial. The number is
displayed on the LCD screen.
3. Press the ON/OFF key to dial the number.
To Make an Outbound THREE-WAY Call
1. Press the CONFERENCE key. The first party is put on hold and you are connected to a second line dial tone. OR
press the HOLD key to place the current call on hold, then press ON/OFF key to obtain the second line.
2. Dial the second party’s phone number.
>Note: Stored numbers are not available for dialing a second party.
If you receive a busy signal or are routed to voicemail, then press the ON/OFF key to terminate the call and
return to the first party.
3. Press the CONFERENCE key to join all three parties in a conference call.
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Using the Phone in a Three-Way Call
1. Press the HOLD key to place both lines on hold.
2. Press the ON/OFF key to hang up both lines.
> Note: The LEDs flash red when a call is on hold.
Press the HOLD key a second time to take both lines off hold and resume three-way conference call.
3. If either of the other parties hangs up during the three-way call, the remaining party stays connected to the call.
To Make an Outbound Call While on Another Call
1. Press the HOLD key and then press the ON/OFF key. The first party is put on hold and you are connected to a
second line dial tone.
2. Dial the second party’s phone number.
> Note: Stored numbers are not available for dialing a second party.
If you receive a busy signal or are routed to voicemail, then press the ON/OFF key to terminate the call and
return to the first party.
3. Press the HOLD key to toggle between the first and second parties or press the CONFERENCE key to join the two
parties in a three-way conference call.
> Note: See TO MAKE AN OUTBOUND THREE-WAY CALL for more information.
To Accept an Inbound Call While on Another Call
1. The phone rings (unless the ringer is muted) and the LEDs flash green.
2. Press the HOLD key and then press the ON/OFF key. The first party is put on hold and you are connected to the
incoming call.
> Note: If you want to disconnect the incoming call after answering it, press the ON/OFF key to hang up
the second call and then press the HOLD key to take the first party off of hold.
3. Press the HOLD key to toggle between the first and second parties or press the CONFERENCE key to join the two
parties in a three-way conference call.
> Note: See TO MAKE AN OUTBOUND THREE-WAY CALL for more information.
Tones and Alerts
Tone/Alert
Description
Confirmation
A tone will play upon successful programming entry.
Reject
A tone will play if you attempt to do any of the following:
• enter an invalid programming entry
• use a speed dial key that has not been programmed
(One-Touch Conferencing or service center)
• enter a 45th digit when predialing
• enter a 17th digit for user phone number
• enter a 31st digit for speed dial key (One-Touch
Conferencing or service center)
Figure 6 - MAX IP Tones and Alerts
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