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Oceana 800
FleetPhone User Manual
Oceana 800
Installation and User Manual
Product name: Oceana 800
Manual revision: 01
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CONTENTS
Oceana 800 Part Number
2
Inmarsat Notification
2
About Beam Communications
3
Conventions in this Manual
5
6
Optional Accessories
Additional Information
Other Resources Available Online
Safety Information
Installation Procedure
Assuring Quality of Service
15
Operation
Specification Summary
62
Physical Dimensions - Oceana 800
27
Mounting Dimensions - Oceana 800
Registration
Troubleshooting
64
Tracking & Instant Message Configuration
(optional)
BEAM Warranty Conditions
67
Placing Voice Calls
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Safety Transceiver Oceana 800
4
Oceana 800 Feature Buttons/LED lights
Guidelines for Electrical Connections
Installing the Oceana 800
Terminology
Package Contents
Status LED
Routing Cables
(for vehicle installations)
RJ11/POTS Phone Use
Tracking and Instant Message
Oceana 800 FCC Information
Getting Started
32
Electronic Devices
Using your Oceana 800
34
Pacemakers
Phonebook, contacts & organiser
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Other Medical Devices
Personalised setting
52
Posted Facilities
Security
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Oceana 800 Key Features
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Types of Tones on RJ11/POTS
Equipment Overview
13
Oceana 800 Main Dial Keypad
Installation Guidelines
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Oceana 800 Features Keypad
Conventions in this Manual
These notes will appear throughout this manual
and should be taken into consideration.
Warning or Caution
This symbol and associated text indicate a
warning note providing information to prevent
damage to equipment or personal injury.
Note/Important/Tip Header
This symbol and associated text indicate a note
providing general operating information.
Interference Header
All wireless phones may get interference, which
could affect performance.
Terminology
TERM
DESCRIPTION
Falcon
Falcon - MS Windows Install
SMS
Short Message Service
Mobile Originating
Describes a call initiated by the Oceana 800
Mobile Terminating
Describes an incoming call being answered by the Oceana 800
®
The ® symbol, mark and logos are owned by the respective companies
of which the symbol follows. Any use of such marks by BEAM
Communications is under license. Other trademarks and trade names
are those of their respective owners.
RF
Radio Frequencies
SMA
Sub Miniature version A co-axial RF connection
RJ11
Connector type and reference for the POTS telephone port
RJ9
4P4C connector for the privacy handset
POTS
Plain Old Telephone Service
GPS
Global Positioning System
GSPS
Inmarsat’s Global Satellite Phone Service
PABX
Private Analogue Branch Exchange
IO
Input Output Port
Record Header
Write details of your unit for easy reference when
required. Ideal when troubleshooting.
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Package Contents
Optional Accessories
Other Resources Available Online
Check that your Oceana 800 package contains
all of the following items:
The following optional accessories are available
for your Oceana 800:
FF
1 x Oceana 800 Unit
FF
1 x Maritime Antenna (Active)
FF
1 x 110-240V AC Plug Pack
FF
1 x 10-32V DC Power Cable
Active Antenna Cable Kits for Active Antennas
•
ISD932
IsatDock/Oceana 6m cable kit (Active)
•
ISD933
IsatDock/Oceana 13m cable kit (Active)
•
ISD934
IsatDock/Oceana 18m cable kit (Active)
ISD935
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- Advanced Configuration – in-built to Falcon
- Quick Start Guide & Manual
- Antenna Installation Guide
- Oceana 800 firmware upgrade if required
FF
1 x 2m I/O Cable
•
IsatDock/Oceana 31m cable kit (Active)
ISD938
FF
1 x Wall Mounting plate
FF
Mini USB Cable
FF
Fuse Kit
FF
LeoTRAK-Online Sign-Up Card
For the latest in supporting software and
documentation for Oceana 800 please contact
FF
User Manual & Quick Start Guide
www.beamcommunications.com/support/inmarsat
IsatDock/Oceana 40m cable kit (Active)
See your service provider for pricing and
availability of these quality BEAM accessories.
Additional Information
Falcon software is available for download from:
www.beamcommunications.com/falcon
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Safety Information
IMPORTANT!
Please read the following information carefully
before installing and using the Oceana 800.
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.
Refer to the appropriate section of this Oceana
800 Installation & User Manual for additional
safety information.
• Store the system in a cool and dry area.
• Do not submerge the system in water.
• Do not place foreign metal objects or debris
in the system. If debris enters into the system,
please return to the manufacturer for service.
WARNING
DO NOT open equipment. There are no userserviceable parts inside.
If a DC power supply is to be used, its output must
comply with the Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV)
requirements of IEC60950.
All connectors must only be connected to equipment
ports which comply with the Safety Extra Low
Voltage (SELV) requirements of IEC60950.
POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES
• Obey all signs and instructions.
• Sparks may occur during cable installation
and could cause an explosion or fire resulting
in bodily injury or even death.
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• Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere
are often but not always clearly marked.
They include, but are not limited to:
»» fuelling areas such as gasoline stations
»» 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;
»» any other area where you normally would
be advised to turn off your vehicle engine.
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Safety Transceiver Oceana 800
Your Oceana 800 is a low power radio
transmitter and receiver. When it is ON, it
receives and also sends out radio frequency
(RF) signals.
• The Oceana 800 has an in-built transceiver
which is designed to be used with an
external antenna. The antenna transmits RF
energy. The antenna (fitted via an extension
coaxial cable to the cradle) must be located
more than 55cm from the human body
(person) when in operation.
• International agencies have set standards
and recommendations for the protection
of public exposure to RF electromagnetic
energy. These standards are based on
extensive scientific review by scientists,
engineers, and physicians from universities,
government health agencies, and industry
groups. They review the available body of
research to develop ANSI standard. These
ANSI standards are reviewed regularly for
research development.
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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
• Do not operate your satellite Terminal when
a person is within 55cm of the antenna. A
person or object within 55cm of the antenna
could impair call quality and may cause the
terminal 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.
• As a precaution, please maintain the
maximum body distance possible from the
antenna during call transmission.
IMPORTANT
Cellular & Satellite terminals or mobiles operate using
radio signals and communication networks. Because
of this, the connection cannot be guaranteed at all
times or under all conditions. Therefore, you should
never rely solely upon any wireless device for essential
communications, for example emergency calls.
Oceana 800 FCC Information
This equipment has been tested and found
to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
devices, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur
in a particular installation. If this equipment
does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
•
Increase the separation between the
equipment and receiver
Connect the equipment into an outlet on
•
a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced
•
radio/TV technician for help.
This device has been designed to operate with
antenna ISD700, and having a maximum gain of
6dBi. Antennas having a gain grater than 6dBi are
strictly prohibited for use with this device.
To reduce potential radio interference to other
users, the BEAM antenna type and its gain has
been designed so that the equivalent isotropically
radiated power (EIRP) is not more than that
required for successful communication.
WARNING
Changes or modifications not expressly approved
by BEAM Communications could void the
terminals warranty.
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Electronic Devices
Other Medical Devices
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded
from RF signals. However, certain equipment
may not be shielded against the RF signals from
the Oceana 800.
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.
Pacemakers
The Health Industry Manufacturers Association
recommends that a minimum separation
of 15cm 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:
Should ALWAYS keep the Terminal more
•
than 15cm from their pacemaker when
Terminal is turned ON.
•
Should the terminal be on SLEEP mode,
you are still required to keep your distance
of at least 15cm from the terminal.
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NOTE
Hospitals and/or health care facilities may be
using equipment that could be sensitive to
external RF energy.
Oceana 800 Key Features
Oceana 800 Design
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Robust design and construction
Secure mount to wall/desk
IP54 rated enclosure
Integrated antenna connection
Integrated USB connectivity
Rear cable routing channels
LHS/TOP/BOTTOM
• In-built corded handset
• Rear & side SIM ports
Installation
• Supports 10 - 32V DC power input
• Flexible installation via wall or desk
mounting options
• Supplied with 110 - 240V AC/DC plug pack
Quality
• Professional industrial design
• 100% factory tested
• Full certified, Inmarsat type approved, FCC,
RoHS, CE, IEC60945, AS/EN60950
POTS/RJ11
• Supports standard cordless & corded
telephones (5 REN)
• The RJ11/POTS phone can be run 600m
(2000 ft) from unit
• Easily integrated to PABX system
• Ring, busy & dial tones
• Superior voice quality
Tracking & GPS
• In-built GPS engine
• Tracking & instant message monitoring
capability
• Periodic position reports or remotely polled
• Triggered position status message
• Interfaces to BEAM’s LeoTRAK-Online
• Compatible with other tracking applications
In-Built Speakerphone
• In-built speaker and microphone
• Bluetooth
Panic & Instant messaging
• Panic alert button in-built to terminal
• Interfaces to BEAM’s LeoTRAK-Online
www.leotrak.com
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Tracking/Instant Messaging
LeoTRAK-Online Global Tracking Portal
Oceana 800 has an in-built GPS module
that can provide tracking, monitoring and Instant Messaging in maritime based applications
within various types vessels.
The GPS module provides accurate positioning
and enables tracking worldwide. The tracking
function has to be configured and enabled on the
Oceana 800 via the Falcon. Once turned
ON, tracking and instant messages can be sent to
a phone number, e-mail address, LeoTRAK-Online
or any other tracking application via SMS/email.
Tracking messages can be sent from the Oceana
800 in the following ways; Periodic position reporting, which is preset during configuration of
the Oceana 800. A current location position can
be sent at any time by pressing the Track button
on the front of the Oceana 800.
The Instant Message mode can be activated on
the Oceana 800 in the following ways; Lift the
plastic lid cover and press the button on the
front of the terminal.
Use an external instant message push button
connected to the Instant message loop. Once
activated, instant messages will be sent to the
preset destination continuously until the function is disabled either remotely or locally on the
Oceana 800 terminal.
LeoTRAK-Online is Beam’s own global web
based alert monitoring and tracking application, which enables you to track, trace and
monitor your asset anywhere on earth for a
small monthly fee through a simple-to-use web
portal. For more information about LeoTRAKOnline and associated charges please visit:
www.leotrakonline.com
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Equipment Overview
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Changeable mounting cup
(spring or springless)
Privacy handset
Speaker
Microphone
Status LED
Screen display
Dial keypad
Side SIM card port
(full size rapid user)
Function keypad
Mini USB port
Rear SIM card port
Wall mounting hooks
TNC male ISAT Connector
SMA male GPS Connector
Tilt feet
Back panel connectors
a. RJ9 privacy handset
b. RJ11/POTS interface
c. Auxiliary device port
d. DC power and accessory input
e. Instant message port or ring
alert / audio system mute
FRONT VIEW
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1
6
2
3
7
8
9
4
10
REAR VIEW
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a
b
c
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d
e
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Installation Guidelines
This guide outlines the process for installing the
Oceana 800 and Antenna.
This kit must only be used with accessories
compatible with this terminal.
• Only trained personnel should install
communication equipment.
• Ensure that the unit is protected from dirt
and moisture.
• Select an area to mount components where
there is no interference with other objects.
• A strong mounting surface should be
chosen to ensure the terminal doesn’t
loosen over time.
• Mount all components securely for safe day
to day operation. Always use the supplied
mounting hardware.
• Leave space around the unit to allow
airflow and ensure there is adequate
clearance for cables.
• Ensure the units can be easily accessible
for servicing.
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Routing Cables
• Route cables so they are protected from
pinching, sharp edges, and crushing.
• Use grommets wherever a cable must pass
through a hole in a metal panel
• Keep all in-line connectors accessible.
• For an extra clean installation, a hole may
be driven through the surface directly
behind the docking station.
• Many parts of a vessel can produce electrical
noise that interferes with the electrical
radio system operation. The ignition system
is the most common source of electrical
noise interference. Before you begin
installation, ensure that the ignition wiring
and connections to the battery are in good
working condition.
• Install provided fuses into the +BATT and
ignition sense (accessory) wires.
Guidelines for Electrical Connections
The system is designed to operate 10 to 32 V DC
electrical systems only.
If using the DC cable lead:
• The best power connection point for
the positive primary power lead is the
positive terminal of the battery. Often,
direct connection to the battery is
inconvenient, and you may find it easier
to connect the positive leads to the
starter solenoid. Always select a point
as close as possible to the battery.
• Connect the negative primary power leads
to a good ground point on the vessel or at
the battery. If you must attach the negative
primary power lead directly to the negative
pole of the battery.
•
WARNING
Do not connect the Oceana 800 power cable to
power the unit until the full installation is completed.
Installation Procedure
Installing the Oceana 800
The following sections detail the installation of
the Oceana 800.
1. Install the antenna
2. SIM installation
3. (A) Wall mounting orientation
(B) Desk mounting orientation
4. Privacy handset and mounting cup
5. Rear connector bay
6. Connect POTS/RJ11 interface
7. Auxiliary connection (optional)
8. (A) Ring alert / audio system mute
(B) Instant message loop
9. USB port connection (lower side)
10. Connect power to Oceana 800
11. Cable routing
12. Water resistant IP54 rating
13. Configuration settings
1) Install the Antenna
To connect the Oceana 800 to the antenna,
requires the use of certified satellite and GPS
antenna cables. These purpose built cables
are approved by BEAM to manage the power
requirements for the antenna system. The full list
of approved cables can be found at
www.beamcommunications.com/oceana800
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Refer to the antenna installation guide
for antenna mounting and location
requirements.
Run the antenna cables from the Oceana
800 to the antenna.
Connect the antenna cable labelled “GPS” to
the SMA antenna connector labelled “GPS”.
Connect the antenna cable labelled “Inmarsat”
to the SMA antenna connector labelled “ISAT”.
Connect the GPS-SMA (Female) cable end
to the Oceana 800’s SMA connector.
Connect the TNC (Female) antenna
cable end to the Oceana 800’s satellite
connector.
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Antenna Connection Diagram for OC800
Maritime Antenna (Active)
SMA
GPS
Antenna
Cable
SMA
2
3
SMA
4
5
TNC
Satellite
Antenna
Cable
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2) SIM Installation
ISD710
Maritime Antenna
(Active)
NOTE
Refer to the section “Antenna Installation” for more
information on antenna placement and installation.
Only BEAM approved antenna cables should be used
between the Oceana 800 and the antenna.
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WARNING
DO NOT pull with force on the cables from the
rear of the Oceana 800. Please install strain relief
clamping for the antenna cables where required.
Correct installation of the antenna system is a vital
part of the Oceana 800 system, to ensure reliable
functionality, and drop-free calls.
WARNING
Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by BEAM Communications could void
the Terminals warranty.
WARNING
To satisfy FCC RF exposure requirements for mobile
transmitting devices, a separation distance of
55cm or more should be maintained between the
antenna of this device and persons during device
operation. To ensure compliance, operations at
closer than this distance is not recommended.
There are 2 options for SIM installation. The Rear SIM
port is located at the rear of the terminal. This is the
default location for long term SIM use.
The side SIM port is located at the right side of the
keypad and receives a “credit card sized” SIM.
One or both SIM ports can be fitted at the same
time. When the Side SIM is present, this takes
priority and the terminal automatically registers
on this service.
If either of the SIM cards are removed, the
terminal will automatically reregister on the
remaining SIM service.
Installation of Rear SIM
If your Service Provider has not installed the SIM
card for you, follow these steps to install.
1.
2.
3.
The SIM connector is shown highlighted
below. Slide the tray guide into the open
position with your finger or thumb.
Disconnect power from the terminal.
Failure to turn OFF may result in
corruption of your SIM card memory.
The Rear SIM is accessed from the rear of
the terminal. Undo the screw and remove
the cover.
4.
5.
Gently insert the SIM card into the tray
slots making sure that the golden contacts
are facing downwards.
6.
Lower the tray and slide the tray guide into
the lock position.
7.
Replace the SIM cover, and tighten the screw.
Once opened, raise the SIM tray as
shown below.
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Installation of Side SIM
The Side SIM port can be used on its own, or in
addition to the primary port.
1. Insert the SIM with the gold contacts
facing down
2. Close the SIM door, and ensure that it
“clicks” shut. This indicates the water
resistant seal has been engaged.
3. The SIM will automatically register on the
SIM service of the Side SIM.
3a) Wall Mounting Orientation
NOTE
Gold contacts on SIM must be facing downwards.
NOTE
The Side SIM Port only accepts full size SIM. If
required, you can refit your SIM to the outer card
using adhesive tape as illustrated below:
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There are eight (8) fixing holes available
for mounting the bracket to a wall. It is
recommended that at least 3 screws are used
to ensure the Terminal is mounted securely.
Locking Bolt
Once the Oceana 800 has been secured onto
the mounting plate, a locking bolt prevents
the terminal separating from the mounting
plate. There is one locking bolt used when
wall mounting the terminal.
1.
2.
3.
a Fit the 3 hooks of the mount bracket into the large
4.
Remove the mounting cup (see the
following section 4)
Insert the bolt into the hole shown and
screw into place
Ensure the Terminal will not slide up off
the mounting bracket
Replace the mounting cup.
3b) Desk Mounting Orientation
The Oceana 800 supports a desk mount
configuration. The unit supports both a flat and
raised orientation on the desk.
Inclined desk installation
1. Behind the terminal are two retractable feet
2. Flip the feet out if required to give
elevation from a desk.
mounting holes on the back of the terminal
Flat desk installation
1. Stick the two rubber feet onto the bottom of
the terminal as shown below.
b
Slide the terminal
c Final “lock” position
down to “lock”
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4) Privacy Handset & Mounting Cup
The Privacy Handset is part of the Oceana 800,
providing a local handset function.
The Privacy Handset connects to the rear of the
Oceana 800 via a RJ9 connector. The privacy
handset is connected beneath the rear panel
of the Oceana 800. Once connected, the cable
should be run out through the foam and placed
in the ‘S’ channel through the base of the
terminal as illustrated below:
Changing Cups
1. Unhook the privacy handset from cup.
2. Use a flat screw driver in one of the two
side slots to leaver the cup cover out
exposing the 3 screws.
3. Unscrew 3 screws with a phillips screwdriver.
4. Detach the cup and replace with the
spring or springless cup.
4
3
2
(1) Springless Cup for Normal light-use
Desk mounted cradle position.
The ‘springless’ cup is shown fitted to the Oceana
800 with the mounting clip in a ‘flush’ position.
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Wall mounted cradle position.
The mounting clip can be slid out and
reversed, revealing a protruding edge that
the Privacy handset rests upon. For a wall
mounted terminal this retains the privacy
handset while allowing the handset to be
easily removed when in a call.
Mounting Cups
There are two unique mounting cups for the
privacy handset. (1) springless cup for either
a desk mounted position or a wall mounted
position. (2) spring cup for rough environments.
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NOTE
When the cup is removed this will expose the locking
bolt screw hole. (Refer to ‘Locking Bolt’ on page 19.)
(2) Spring Cup - Heavy duty use cup
In harsh environments, the Privacy handset is
actively retained in the mounting cup. This is
achieved by using the ‘spring’ mounting cup. To
remove the handset from the cup, the phone is
lifted up against the pressure of the spring until
it clears the lower protruding edge and can be
removed from the Oceana 800.
5) Rear Connector Bay
For the Oceana 800, the external cable interfaces
are at the rear of the Terminal. The cover panel
creates the IP rating for the electrical interface and
retains the cables in their respective channels. The
cover panel is fixed in place by six screws.
Under the cover are five interface connectors:
a
b
c
d
e
a. RJ9 privacy handset
b. RJ11/POTS interface
c. Auxiliary port
d. DC power and accessory input
e. Instant message port or ring alert / audio
system mute
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6) Connect RJ11/POTS Interface
8a) Ring alert / Audio System Mute
8b) Instant Message loop
Any standard analogue POTS (= Plain Old
Telephone Service) Telephone is supported by the
Oceana 800. The terminal supplies power to the
analogue phone as well as ring, dial and busy tones.
The analogue phone can be connected by up to
600m (2000’) of cabling to the Oceana 800.
Wire 1 (Red) = Ring Alert
Wire 2 (Black) = Audio System Mute.
Oceana 800 provides a standard Beam Instant
Message loop. This provides a Normally
CLOSED wire loop, which can be used to
connect to any passive type of button, relay, or
reed switch in which the action breaks the loop
(OPEN) to activate the Instant Message state.
Connect the Instant Message cable directly
to the Instant Message loop connection. The
cable can be extended to
long runs up to 45 meters. This Instant
Message loop can support multiple alert
buttons / switches wired
in SERIES, whereby any one of these will OPEN
(activate) the loop when pressed. This provides
the same functionality as pressing the Instant
Message button on the terminal.
E
B
7) Auxiliary Port (Optional)
The auxiliary port provides filtered power
and RS232 and RS485 connection for custom
applications (future use).
During the ring burst signals of an incoming call,
the ringer output connects to ground (open
collector output). This 0V can be used to activate a
relay coil to drive a horn and/or lamp. This output
can sink a maximum of 100mA.
The Audio System Mute signal also sinks to ground
(0V), and can be connected to audio mute input of
a sound system. This signal is asserted during a call.
Ring Alert example wiring
C
NC
C
coil
12V / 24V
Battery
NO
RELAY
RINGER OUT
BATT BATT +
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HORN
9) USB Port Connection (lower side)
The Oceana 800 terminal has a mini USB data
port to enable upgrading of the firmware,
advanced configuration, and data connection.
NOTE
To restore water resistant and IP rating when USB
is not in use, please refit the rubber USB cap.
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10) Connecting Power to Oceana 800
The Oceana 800 can be powered from the
supplied AC Plug pack, or connect to an
external 10-32V DC power source.
D
DC Power Source Installation
1.
YELLOW
RED
BLACK
The DC power cable has three wires, RED, BLACK
and YELLOW. The RED and BLACK wires are used
for the power connection while the YELLOW
wire can be connected to a switch.
ISD950 AC Plug Pack Installation
For installation using ISD950 110-240 AC plug
pack, connect the 4-way Microfit connector from
the plug pack to the 4-way power connector on
the rear of the Oceana 800. In this configuration
the status is always ON.
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By default, the Oceana 800 will stay on for
20 minutes when this input (YELLOW wire) is
switched off before entering into sleep mode.
(This timer is able to be configured in Falcon. If a
call is in progress while this occurs, the Oceana
800 will stay on for 20 minutes after the call
is terminated. Please follow the steps below
to connect the DC power cable to the battery
power and the Oceana 800.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Route the wire end of the DC power cable to
the connection point.
Connect the BLACK wire to the negative
terminal of the battery
Connect the RED wire to the positive
terminal of the battery. It is recommended to
add the 5A fuse (supplied) between them.
Connect the YELLOW wire to a switch. It is
recommended to add a 1A fuse between
them. If the SLEEP function is not required,
the YELLOW wire MUST be connected to
the RED wire permanently
Connect the 4-way Microfit connector on
the DC power cable to the 4-way power
connector on the rear cable loom of the
Oceana 800 unit.
RED
(+) Vin 10 to 32VDC
BLACK
(-) OV Power Ground
YELLOW
ON/SLEEP
To Battery Positive Terminal
(Requires 5A Fuse)
To Negative Terminal or chassis
To ON/OFF switch
(1A Fuse recommended)
11) Cable Routing
Optional through-wall
Right angled adaptors can be fitted to the
antenna connectors to allow routing of cables
through a wall. A “clean” installation free of any
visible cabling can be achieved by running the
interface cables from the connector bay along
path ‘A’ and through the same holes.
There are three different cable routing options
when installing the Oceana 800.
Cables may exit via path ‘A’ that travels around
to the top of the Oceana 800 allowing for the
interface cables to be run with coaxial antenna
cables. Path ‘B’ directs cables out the base of the
Oceana 800 while path ‘C’ results in cables exiting
to the side.
A
SMA Adaptor (GPS)
TNC Adaptor (GSPS)
C
Privacy Handset
B
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12) Water Resistant IP54 Rating
3.
The Oceana 800 has an Ingress Protection (IP)
rating of 54. When installing the Oceana 800 it is
important that the following steps are taken to
ensure the protection is maintained.
1.
2.
The rear cover of the Oceana 800 must be
screwed down with all six screws to ensure the
waterproof seal is achieved (indicated by ‘a’)
The USB rubber cap is required to ensure
ingress protection.
a
Care should be taken when placing the cables
OPEN
CLOSED
in the respective cable guides as any damage
to the sealing foam (indicated by ‘b’) will
compromise the water resistant foam seal.
b
NOTE
Water ingress may occur when the USB cable is
plugged in and the rubber cap is open.
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13) Configuration Settings
The Oceana 800 terminal is ready for you to
make voice calls as soon as it is registered. If you
wish to customise the operation of your Oceana
800 the Falcon application is required. This first
step is to install the BEAM USB driver.
USB Driver Installation
Oceana 800 Terminal USB data port requires
an interface driver to be installed on the
user’s computer prior to undertaking data
communication. This driver supports the
following operating systems:
Windows XP (SP3 or above) & Windows 7
The Windows Driver for the Oceana 800 is
contained in the Falcon software download.
If required separately, the USB driver can be
downloaded from:
www.beamcommunications.com/falcon
Configuration using Falcon
Falcon can be downloaded from:
www.beamcommunications.com/falcon
Follow the instructions in the downloaded
application to install. Once complete, connect
your PC to the USB port of the terminal and start
Falcon. You can then use the application for a
range of options such as:
• View the status of the unit
• Configure tracking settings
• Configure POTS settings
• Send/Receive SMS
• Resetting factory defaults
• Store/Edit/Retrieve settings
• Modifying Supervise PIN
• Beam Terminal Firmware Upgrade
• Inmarsat Transceiver Firmware Upgrade
• Enable/Disable SIM PIN
NOTE
MAC OS is not supported by this software.
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Operation
SIM PIN USE
If your SIM Card requires activation, follow
the instructions provided by your authorised
Inmarsat Service Provider.
Your SIM has a PIN which can be enabled to be
entered each time the terminal is powered and
registered. If you want to use this PIN for extra
security then follow one of the two methods
below during power-up to enter the SIM PIN and
allow the unit to register on the network:
SIM pin via Dial Keypad
Refer to page 55 with section “Security features
controlled by the SIM card” for details on how to
manager your SIM pin.
SIM pin via RJ11/POTS
1. Turn ON power to the Oceana 800 terminal.
The Signal LED will flash RED.
2. Lift the RJ11/POTS handset, and listen for
a PIN tone. (See “Types of tones on RJ11/
POTS” page 58).
3. Enter the PIN on the handset keypad,
followed by the # button.
4. Hang up the RJ11/POTS handset and wait
for the Oceana 800 terminal to acquire
lock and register on network.
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Alternatively, the SIM PIN can be disabled so
that the terminal will automatically register.
Please use the Falcon application to perform
this SIM card configuration. The Falcon also
allows the SIM PIN to be changed, and the PUK
to be entered if the SIM is locked.
NOTE
If you enter the PIN incorrectly 3 times, the SIM
card locks, and you need to enter the PUK. You
must use the PUK code supplied by your Service
Provider to unlock the SIM. If you dont have a PUK
code please contact your Service Provider.
SIM PUK
If you have locked your SIM card, you can enter
the PUK and then reset the PIN via Falcon.
You must use the PUK code supplied by your
Service Provider to unlock the SIM.
Alternatively you can enter the PUK via the
RJ11/POTS handset:
1. Turn on power to the terminal. The Signal
LED will flash RED.
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2.
3.
4.
Lift the RJ11/POTS handset, and listen for
a PUK tone. (See “Types of tones on RJ11/
POTS” page 58).
Enter the PUK on the handset keypad,
followed by the # button.
Hang up the RJ11/POTS handset and wait
for the Oceana 800 terminal to acquire
lock and registration.
The terminal has now loaded a default PIN
of “8888” into the SIM. The Oceana 800
terminal has also DISABLED the SIM PIN
requirement on powering up of the terminal.
NOTE
If you require to change the SIM PIN from the
default PIN, please use Falcon
NOTE
Refer to page 57 for more information on “security
features controlled by the SIM card”.
Registration
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Turn ON power to the terminal. The
Signal LED will start flashing RED.
Wait for the terminal to register to the
Inmarsat network and acquire GPS lock.
This may take up to 2 minutes.
Inmarsat will be displayed in the top left of
the screen once registration has occurred.
Ensure you have at least two bars of
signal strength.
The Status LED will then be solid GREEN
or YELLOW and the terminal is now
ready for calls.
NOTE
If your SIM has the PIN enabled, see section
“SIM PIN USE” (page 27) to enter PIN, or to
permanently disable PIN. The terminal will not
register if PIN is required.
Tracking & Instant Message
Configuration (optional)
It is optional to activate the Tracking function
on your terminal. Please refer to the Falcon
software to enable this function.
Instant Message can be enabled via the Tracking
configuration. This option can be activated
through the below link as required.
www.beamcommunications.com/falcon
NOTE
If the Beam alarm loop is going to be used
with an external button, remember to enable
this external loop in the Falcon settings. Once
enabled, the loop will be armed and activated
with an open-loop condition.
To avoid false triggering, be sure to have the
normally closed button wired into the Instant
Message loop, before applying power.
Placing Voice Calls
Speakerphone Call Use
Mobile Originating
1. By default the Oceana 800 will start
all calls in speakerphone mode when
dialing on the keypad if RJ11 and privacy
handset remain on hook.
2. Dial using the full Inmarsat dialing sequence
eg. 00 country code and telephone number
on the keypad. Press the GREEN key
on the Oceana 800 keypad to start the
connection.
3. A message on the display will indicate the
call is progressing.
4. Once the call is connected, the STATUS LED
will flash to indicate a call is in progress.
5. To terminate the call, Press the RED key
on the Oceana 800 keypad, or press the
speakerphone button.
Options:
A. During a call, you may take the privacy
handset out of its cup. This automatically
directs the call audio to the privacy handset.
B. To return the call back to “speakerphone”
mode, press the speakerphone button,
then return the privacy handset to its cup.
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Mobile Terminating
1. Answer the incoming call by pressing the
speakerphone button or the GREEN key on
the Oceana 800 keypad.
2. Once the call is in progress, the same options
are available as described in “Speakerphone
Phone Call – Mobile Originating”
3. Press the RED key on the Oceana 800
keypad or press the speakerphone button
to terminate the call.
Privacy Handset Use
Mobile Originating
1. Remove the privacy handset from its cup
2. Dial using the full Inmarsat dialing
sequence eg. 00 country code and
telephone number on the Oceana 800
keypad whilst docked. Press the GREEN
button to start the connection.
3. A message is displayed on the screen
display to indicate a call is in progress.
4. Once the call is connected, the STATUS LED
will flash to indicate a call is in progress.
5. Press the RED key on the Oceana 800
keypad or return the privacy handset to its
cup to terminate the call.
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Options:
A. During a call, you may switch to
“speakerphone” mode by pressing the
speakerphone button on the terminal.
Return the privacy handset to its cup.
B. To return the call back to the privacy handset,
remove the privacy handset from its cup.
Mobile Terminating
1. Answer the incoming call by un-cupping
the privacy handset from its cup.
2. Press the RED key on the Oceana 800
keypad or return the privacy handset to its
cup to terminate the call.
Mute Mode
Mute functionality
The mute function of the Oceana 800 allows the
user to mute the uplink microphone audio on
the privacy handset and/or internal handsfree
microphone.
1. During a call, press the Mute button on
the front of the Oceana 800, a RED LED will
illuminate the Mute button to confirm that
the uplink audio is muted.
2. To exit the mute mode, press the mute
button once.
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RJ11/POTS Phone Use
Mobile Originating
1. Lift the RJ11/POTS phone handset “OFF
HOOK” and listen for the dial tone. The call
LED will flash GREEN to indicate the RJ11/
POTS is in use.
2. Dial (using the full country codes) on the
RJ11/POTS telephone keypad.
3. Once the call is connected, the POTS Status
LED will flash to indicate a call is in progress.
4. Place the RJ11/POTS phone handset “ON
HOOK” to terminate the call.
Mobile Terminating
1. The RJ11/POTS phone will sound its ringer.
2. Lift the RJ11/POTS phone handset “OFF
HOOK” to answer the call.
NOTE (Default Operation)
For mobile terminated calls, the call will remain
active for ~90 seconds even if the RJ11/POTS
phone is placed ON HOOK. To end the call
immediately, the other calling party must hang
up (ON HOOK) the call.
Data Use
Ensure that you have installed the BEAM USB
driver – see section “Configuration Settings ”
(shown on page 27).
The Oceana 800 terminal allows for circuit
switched data via the BEAM USB data port
that is presented when plugged into your PC.
Follow the normal procedures with your data
application to connect. Once connected, the
Call LED will be flashing YELLOW. Once the
circuit switched connection has ended, the
Call LED will turn off.
NOTE:
During a Data connection, the RJ11/POTS handset
cannot make or receive voice calls. An unavailable
tone will be heard on the RJ11/POTS handset.
Tracking and Instant Message
Enable Tracking & Instant Message
The Tracking & Instant Message function
is NOT enabled by default and it has to be
configured using the Falcon software via the
mini-USB connection to the Oceana 800. Various
configuration options are available to the user in
Falcon. The message delivery method is also set
using the Falcon. Please refer to the Falcon User
Guide for more details on how to configure and
enable the Tracking & Instant Message function on
the Oceana 800 terminal.
Send Tracking Position
In order to send a tracking message, the
following conditions must be fulfilled.
1. The GPS receiver has acquired enough
satellite signals and navigational data to
calculate a positional solution (fix).
2. The Oceana 800 is registered with the
GSPS network.
3. Tracking is configured and enabled via
the Falcon. The Track LED will stay off if the
Tracking function is disabled. It will turn
solid GREEN if all of the above conditions are
satisfied. Otherwise, it will flash in GREEN if
the Tracking function is enabled but no GPS
fix and/or GSPS registration has occured.
To manually send a tracking message of the
current location A. Apply a single press to
the Track button. A single beep will sound (if
configured in the Falcon).
Clearing an Instant Message
To clear the instant message mode press and
hold the button for seven seconds. A single
beep will sound, and the LED will show
re-armed state (GREEN).
Activate Instant Message Mode
Instant Message mode can be activated by one
of the following two methods:
1. Press and hold the Instant Message button
for 2 seconds. A single beep will sound (if
configured in the Falcon).
2. If enabled by the Falcon, press and hold
the external Instant Message button
(optionally wired into the Instant Message
Loop wires). Once triggered into the
Instant Message mode, the Track LED
turns RED. The message then attempts
to be sent. The Track LED will flash in RED
when the message is sent. (Rate: 1.5 sec
off, 1.5sec on, etc). The Track LED will
flash in YELLOW when the message is
acknowledged by a remote host. (Rate:
1sec off, 4sec on, etc)
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Getting Started
Menu Display Contents
User guide instructions
commence from the main screen.
The red key will take you to the main screen.
Messaging
New message
Inbox
Outbox
Drafts
Sent
Saved
Templates
SIM messages
Profiles
General
Silent
Loud
Call Log
Missed calls
Received calls
Dialled calls
Call duration
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Settings
Call settings
Security
Language
Display
Prepay
Bluetooth
About
Reset settings
GPS Position
GPS location
Network Connectivity
Satellite search
Advanced options
Network operator
Contacts
Phonebook
SIM contacts
FND list
My phone number
Service provider
Emergency numbers
Voicemail number
Groups
Extras
Organiser
Date and time
World clock
Calculator
Alarm
Organiser
Date and time
World clock
Calculator
NOTE
If you see the message Insert SIM, you must insert
a SIM card to use your terminal. You will also
be prompted to enter the PIN code if one is set.
The default setting for the PIN code is off. See
“Setting up SIM PIN code” on page 57 for more
information. Until a SIM card is inserted, only
a limited service is available. See “Making an
emergency call” on page 37 for more information.
Setting the Oceana 800 language
and time zone
The first time you power on your Oceana 800,
you will be prompted to select your language.
This will be the display language. Select your
language from a list using the navigation keys
and the centre selection key. See “Setting
Terminal language” on page 53 for more
information.
After you have selected your language, you
will be prompted to select your time zone. Your
terminal automatically receives universal time
(UTC) from GPS satellites. By selecting the time
zone, the terminal’s clock will display your local
time. If you move into another time zone, you
will need to change this setting. See “Setting the
time” and “Setting the time zone” on page 54 for
more information.
Using info
Important information about the status of
your terminal is displayed in the information
shortcut Info on the main screen. These include
missed calls, new messages, voicemails, today’s
organiser appointments, active profile status,
your phone number and your service provider’s
number. Info will pop up on the main screen if
you have missed a call or have new messages
or voicemails waiting. To access Info at other
times, press the centre selection key. When Info
is open, use the navigation keys to highlight the
information you wish to access and press the
centre selection key to open.
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Accessing important information
about your terminal
Important information about your terminal
is displayed under Menu > Settings > About.
These include you model, firmware version,
IMEI number and IMSI number. You may need to
supply this information when contacting your
service provider.
Upgrading your terminal
From time-to-time it may be necessary to
upgrade your terminal’s software in order to
improve its functionality and operation. Your
service provider will contact you if your terminal
needs upgrading.
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Using your Oceana 800
Connecting to the satellite
Making and receiving calls
When your terminal is connected you may be
prompted to enter a PIN, enter the PIN code.
The PIN is originally set by your service provider
which you can reset. See “Setting up SIM PIN
code” on page 57 for more information.
Making a call from saved contacts
Select Menu > Contacts > Phonebook. Scroll to
the desired name using the navigation keys, or
enter the first letter of the name in the search
field. The matching contacts will be listed.
Highlight the name and press the green key.
See “Phonebook, contacts and organiser” on
page 48 for more information.
Searching satellite will appear on the screen.
The top left of the screen will display Inmarsat
when your terminal is connected to the
satellite.The signal bars indicate the signal
strength. At least two signal bars are required
to make and receive calls.
Obtaining a GPS fix
Before you can make a call, your terminal needs
a GPS fix so it can be located by the satellite.
This happens automatically but if a new GPS fix
is needed, the GPS fix icon will be displayed.
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Re-dialling a number
Press the green key, select from the list of
previously dialled numbers using the navigation
keys and press the green key to start the call. Your
terminal stores 30 dialled numbers. Alternatively,
select Menu > Call log > Dialled calls, select the
person you wish to call and press the green key.
Re-dialling automatically
To switch Auto re-dial on or off, select Menu >
Settings > Call settings > Auto re-dial and make
your selection. The default setting is off.
When activated, if your call did not complete,
your terminal displays Retry? and the reason why
the connection was unsuccessful. Press Select to
automatically re-dial the number three times until
the call is answered. If you press any key or receive
a call during this time, re-dialling is interrupted. If
the re-dial is successful the terminal beeps, then
rings. Select Close if you do not want to retry.
Receiving a call
To receive a call, press the green key to accept
the call or press the red key to reject it. You will
see Call from followed by either the name of
the caller (if listed in your Phonebook or SIM
contacts), the calling number, or Withheld.
Declining a call
Press the red key. The call is disconnected and
the caller details are stored in Missed calls for
later retrieval.
Returning a call
Your terminal automatically stores the numbers
of the last 20 phone calls you have answered or
missed. To return a call, select Menu > Call log.
Select the appropriate folder, eg. Missed calls or
Received calls, highlight the contact and press
the green key.
Making a call while on another call
You can put your current call on hold and make
a second call at any time. Select the contact
by selecting Options > Contacts > Phonebook
or by dialling the full international number.
When you press the green key, your current call
will automatically be put on hold. By selecting
Swap you can switch between calls at any time.
You can end either call at any time by selecting
Options > End held call or End active call.
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Receiving a second call while on a call
The incoming call will be diverted to your
voicemail unless you have set up Call waiting.
See “Setting up call waiting” on page 38 for
more information.
Using call waiting
When Call waiting is activated, a pop-up and an
audible alert will notify you if another caller is
calling you when you are on another call. When
you receive this alert you can press the green
key to accept the second call. The first call is
placed on hold automatically while the second
call is taken. By selecting Options > Swap you
can switch between calls at any time.
You can end either call at anytime by selecting
Options > End held call or End active call.
If you receive a third call while you have one
active and one held call, the name or number
of the caller will be displayed. Ending either
the active or the held call will automatically
answer the new call.
If you wish to disconnect the first call to accept
the second, select Options > End active call.
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If you do not wish to accept the second call,
press the red key. The call is disconnected and
the caller details are stored in Missed calls and
Info for later retrieval. If you do nothing, the
second caller will be diverted to your voicemail.
If voicemail has not been activated, then the call
will appear as a missed call. See “Setting up call
waiting” on page 38 for more information.
Making conference calls
Your terminal can host conference calls with up
to five participants. To initiate a conference call,
call the first participant. When the first participant
is connected, call the second participant by
selecting Options > Contacts > Phonebook,
select the second participant’s name and press
the green key. When the second participant is
connected, select Options > Conference. You are
now in a three-way conference call. Repeat for
more participants. To end a conference call, select
End or press the red key.
To answer a new inbound call, press the green key
or select Options > Answer. The conference call
will be placed on hold. To place all participants
into one call, select Options > Conference.
To place an inbound call into conference
without answering it first, select Options > Add
waiting to conference.
To disconnect individual conference callers, select
Options > Disconnect caller and press Select, or
the centre selection key. A list of the participants
is displayed. Select by highlighting their name or
number and press Select, or the centre selection
key, to disconnect them from the call.
To speak privately to one participant during a
conference call, select Options > Private with a
caller and select from the list. To resume the call
with all participants, select Options > Conference.
To put individual participants of a conference
call on hold, select Options > Hold conference
party and choose from the list of current
callers displayed.
Making an emergency call
The Oceana 800, operate using radio signals,
wireless networks, landline networks, and
user-programmed functions. Because of
this, connections in all conditions cannot be
guaranteed. You should never rely solely on any
wireless device for essential communications
like medical emergencies. Emergency calling
requirements for satellite phones vary from
country to country. Always check your
emergency contact numbers and ensure they
are stored on your Terminal before travelling.
Please contact your service provider for specific
country information.
To make an emergency call in the US, dial 911 or
112. Your call will be put through to a call centre
which will connect you to the appropriate
emergency service. Alternatively, select Menu >
Contacts > Emergency numbers. An emergency
call is free of charge. Prepay users do not need
a positive balance to make an emergency call.
Dialling 911 or 112 overides all security locks
and bars on your Terminal.
For details on emergency calling in the rest of
the world, please contact your service provider.
Using voicemail
Additional call features
You will be able to receive voicemail messages
if your service provider has enabled voicemail.
Your Terminal automatically checks for
voicemails shortly after it has been switched
on and connected to the network. It will also
send you voicemails that arrive while you are
connected to the network.
Viewing call length
Your Oceana 800 logs the duration of
outgoing and incoming calls. Press the green
key and Dialled calls appears, which lists the
date, time and duration of each call. Use the
navigation keys to access Received calls and
Missed calls. Alternatively, select Menu > Call
log and make your selection.
If you have a new voicemail, the voicemail
icon it will appear in the status bar at the top
of the main screen and in Info. To listen to the
message, hold down the message key on the
keypad for a few seconds and your terminal
will automatically connect you to your Inmarsat
voicemail. Alternatively, you can dial the short
code 570 followed by the green key or the full
international number 00 870 772 001 899 or + 870
772 001 899 and the green key. Follow the spoken
instructions. The default language for voicemail
is English, but your service provider may have
enabled your voicemail in your chosen language.
If you wish to change the voicemail language,
follow the spoken instructions or contact your
service provider.
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You may find the Call duration log useful for
checking the Last dialled call duration, and the
total time of Dialled calls.
To reset the counter, highlight the value you
wish to reset, select Options > Clear and press
the left navigation key labelled Select.
To reset all counters, select Options > Clear timers.
Setting the minute counter
Select Menu > Settings > Call settings > Minute
counter and select your preferred setting. The
default setting is off. When enabled, your Oceana
800 will beep after every minute of your call.
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Setting up call summary
Select Menu > Settings > Call settings > Call
summary and then use the navigation and
centre selection keys to make your selection.
The default setting is on.
When Call summary is activated, the date, time
and duration of the call is displayed.
Setting up and using speed dial
First, select Menu > Settings > Call settings >
Speed dialling and then use the navigation
and centre selection keys to make your
selection. The default setting is on. Eight
speed dial slots are available, from 2-9. Speed
dial 1 is reserved for voicemail.
From the main screen, press and hold down
for a few seconds the number key that you
would like to associate with a contact. If the
number is not yet assigned, a pop-up will
ask if you wish to assign a contact to the key.
Select Yes and a list of Phonebook contacts
is displayed. Use the navigation keys to
highlight the contact and then the contact’s
details. Press OK to save your selection.
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Alternatively, select Contacts > Phonebook. Use
the navigation keys to highlight the contact
name, press the centre selection key to open or
select Options > Open. Highlight the number to
which you would like to assign the speed dial,
eg. Mobile. Select Options and select Assign
speed dial. Highlight a speed dial slot marked
Unassigned, press the centre selection key to
assign the phone number to that speed dial slot.
To remove speed dial, follow the instructions
above and select Remove speed dial.
To speed dial, hold down the appropriate
number of the keypad for a few seconds and the
Terminal will automatically dial the number.
Setting any key answer
Select Menu > Settings > Call settings > Any key
answer and select On. The default setting is off.
When activated, press any key to answer a call.
Deleting all call logs
Select Menu > Call Log. Select Options > Clear
all. Press Yes to confirm.
Advanced call features
Advanced call features are controlled by the
Inmarsat network. To check or change these
features, the Terminalmust be connected to the
satellite with a signal strength of at least two bars.
Sending your caller ID
Select Menu > Settings > Call settings > Send
my caller ID, then select On, Off or Set by
network and press OK. Set by network leaves
it to the network to select whether Caller ID is
displayed. The default setting is Set by Network.
When Send my caller ID is on, your caller ID will
be displayed on the recipient’s phone. If this
feature is switched off, your caller ID will be
hidden and Withheld displayed in its place.
Setting up call waiting
Select Menu > Settings > Call settings > Call
waiting, and select Activate. There may be a
short delay before the network responds. Call
waiting activated will appear when the setting
has been enabled. The Call waiting default
setting is off. From the Call waiting menu you
can also select to Check status or Deactivate. To
use call waiting, see “Using call waiting” on page
37 for more information.
Call barring
An Oceana 800 SIM card always uses an
international number format, + or 00, and
the country code, 870. Call barring prevents
the following call types from being made or
received by your Terminal:
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Outgoing calls: bars all outgoing calls
International calls: bars all outgoing calls
International except to home: bars all
outgoing calls except to other Inmarsat
numbers
Incoming calls: bars all incoming calls
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Incoming outside home: bars all incoming
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calls except from other Inmarsat numbers
If you are using a SIM card with local country
numbering, the call barring is as described by
the menu.
The first time you set up call barring, you will
need to reset the barring password. Select Menu
> Settings > Call settings > Call barring. Select
Options and navigate to Change barring pass
code. Enter the barring pass code and select OK.
The default is 0000. Enter a new four-digit pass
code and select OK. Then enter the new pass
code again to confirm it.
You will need to enter this new pass code
whenever you change your call barring settings.
To cancel a bar, highlight that type of call in the
Call barring menu, select Options and select
Cancel. To cancel all call barring, select Options
and select Cancel all barring. To check the
status of a call bar, highlight that type of call
in the Call barring menu, select Options and
select Check status.
The barring code can be entered incorrectly an
unlimited number of times. If you have forgotten
your code, please contact your service provider.
NOTE
Fixed number dialling, Call barring and Call divert
does not prevent emergency calling. Call barring
and Call divert cannot be active at the same time.
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Diverting calls
Select Menu > Settings > Call settings >
Call divert. Call divert allows you to forward
incoming calls to your voicemail or another
phone number:
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Only voice calls – diverts any voice call to
your voicemail or another number
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Only data calls – diverts data calls to
another phone number
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Only fax calls – diverts fax calls to
another phone number
If busy – when you are engaged on
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another call, this option diverts calls either
to your voicemail or to another number
If no reply – this option allows you to select
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how long your phone should ring (up to 30
seconds) before the call is diverted to your
voicemail or another number
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If out of reach – when you are out of
reach of a satellite signal this option
diverts calls either to your voicemail or
to another number
If not available – diverts all ‘If busy’, ‘If no
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reply’ and ‘If out of reach’ calls. If you assign
a divert number for any of these calls, that
number will take precedence over the ‘If
unavailable’ divert number
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After making your selection, you will be prompted
to enter the phone number or voicemail to which
calls are to be diverted. Select Options to select a
number from your phonebook.
To cancel call divert, highlight that type of call in
the Call divert menu, select Options and select
Cancel. To cancel all call diverts, select Options
and select Cancel all forwarding. To check the
status of a call divert, highlight that type of
call in the Call divert menu, select Options and
select Check status.
Call Processing on RJ11/POTS Phone
Call processing is the ability for the terminal
to automatically prefix a users dialled number
with the correct area or country code. This is
intended to allow for a simpler dialling process
for users who have not been trained to place a
call from a satellite Terminal.
Falcon will allow users to enable or disable this
feature. By default this feature will be disabled.
When this feature is disabled there will be no
alteration to dialled numbers on the
RJ11/POTS Phone.
When call processing is enabled the user will
have the following customizable parameters:
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Minimum Digits
Country Code
Area Code
Leading Digit for Information numbers
Leading Digit for Long Distance (STD)
Dialling Emergency number
Dialling Voicemail number
Quick Dial
Enable Auto Dial
For further details on these parameters, consult
the Falcon Manual.
NOTE
Fixed number dialling, Call barring and Call divert
does not prevent emergency calling. Call barring
and Call divert cannot be active at the same time.
Fixed number dialling (FND)
When Fixed number dialling is activated, the
user is limited to dialling or texting only numbers
stored in the FND list. The default setting is off.
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WARNING
Phone number processing only applies to RJ11/
POTS handsets. It does not apply when dialling
directly from the Dial Keypad of the terminal.
Activating and de-activating fixed
number dialling
Select Menu > Settings > Security, highlight
Fixed dialling from the list and press the centre
selection key. Select On to activate and press
the centre selection key or OK. You will be
prompted to enter your PIN 2 code. The default
PIN 2 is 9999. See “Setting up SIM PIN 2 code”
on page 57 for more information. Contact your
service provider if this code was not specified or
was reset at purchase.
To add a number to your list, select Menu
> Contacts > FND list and press the centre
selection key. Press Options and select either
New FND contact or Copy from phonebook.
You will then be prompted for the PIN 2 code.
wish to allow, followed by the correct number
of remaining digits replaced by question marks
Press the * key twice to enter a question mark.
Using fixed number dialling
Select Menu > Contacts > FND list and the contact.
Select Call or Send message from Options.
Example: To limit calls to UK landlines, create an
FND list entry: +44??????????. Substitute any
number in place of the ? symbols while dialling
or sending a message.
To send email messages when fixed number
dialling is activated, the message centre number
should be added to the FND list. See “Message
settings” on page 46 for more information on
finding your message centre number.
When fixed number dialling is activated, your
Terminal still enables numbers stored in other
areas of Contacts to be viewed.
NOTE
Fixed number dialling, Call barring and
Call divert does not prevent emergency calling.
FND list entries are stored on your SIM card.
Only one name and one contact number can be
stored for each entry.
Fixed number dialling can restrict your Terminal
to a certain prefix, as well as individual phone
numbers. To limit outbound calls or text
messages to a specific country or range of
corporate numbers, create an FND list entry
with the international prefix and local prefix you
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Messaging
Messages can be sent via the screen message
menu, or via Falcon.
Using the message menu
Select Menu > Messaging. Select any one of the
following options and press the centre selection
key or select Options > Open. The functions are:
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New message - to create a new message
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Inbox - to store received messages
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Outbox - to temporarily store messages
waiting to be sent. Messages are placed in
Outbox, for example, when your terminal
is not connected to the network. If sent,
messages will be stored in Sent. If unsent,
messages will be stored in Drafts
Drafts - when a message is written
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but not ready or able to be sent, the
message is saved here
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Sent - to store the last 20 messages sent. If
you want your sent messages to be saved,
select Menu > Messaging > Options >
Settings > Text msg settings > Saving sent
messages and select On
Saved messages - to store received messages
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Templates - If you regularly send similar
messages, you can set up a template. To do
this, compose a new message, select Menu >
Messaging > New message > Text message and
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compose the parts of your message that will
not change. Select Options > Save as template.
To compose a new text message based on this
template, select Menu > Messaging > Options
> Compose from template and then select the
template you would like to use.
Edit the text, add recipient and then select
Options > Send
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SIM messages - this will store messages in
the SIM memory
Entering text
You need to enter text when composing a
message, adding a contact to your phonebook,
adding an appointment to your organiser or
searching. Your Terminal offers two types of text
entry mode: predictive and standard.
Using predictive text entry
Predictive text mode allows you to use less
keystrokes to type a word as it uses a built-in
dictionary as a time-saving feature.
For example, to type the word hello, you would
only use 5 keystrokes (one for each letter of
the word). When you type h (number 4 on the
keypad) a list appears on the screen. It is not
necessary to select the letter h as when you
type e (number 3) the dictionary begins to
narrow down the words that begin with he.
Key number 5 twice to type ll, then number 6
for the letter o. This will result in the dictionary
selecting the only known word with these
sequential letters, ie. hello.
If the dictionary has a number of options for the
same keystrokes it will present a list of words. Use
the down arrow to scroll to the word you require
and press the centre selection key. As always, press
the 0 key to create a space between words.
If the word you are typing is not in the
dictionary, Word not in dictionary appears. Press
OK and select Spell word, type the word you
want to enter and press Select. The new word is
now saved in your dictionary for future use.
You can change the text entry settings whilst
composing a message. Click and hold the # key.
A pop-up menu offers options to change the
language, text editing mode or to add a new word.
NOTE
To change the language of the dictionary used
while composing a text message, select
Options > Writing language.
Using standard (non-predictive) text entry
Standard text entry enables you to key text in
manually, letter by letter, without the terminal
suggesting the word you are attempting to type.
To enter text, repeatedly press a number key,
2-9, until the desired character appears. For
numbers, hold the key down longer until the
number appears. To insert a space, press the 0
key. For symbols such as punctuation marks,
press the * key and then use the navigation
keys to select from the menu. Press the # key to
change text editing and capitalisation.
Predictive mode – all capitalised
Predictive mode – initial capital only
Predictive mode – no capitals
Standard mode – all capitalised
Standard mode – initial capital only
Standard mode – no capitals
Selecting text entry mode
The icon at the top right of your screen displays
your choice of text entry mode and character
case. The default setting is standard text. If you
want to change the text entry mode press the #
key repeatedly until your chosen mode icon is
indicated. The modes are:
If the recipient’s details are not stored, use the
up navigation key to move the cursor to the
To: line. Enter the recipient’s full international
number. If you make a mistake, use the left and
right navigation keys to move the cursor and
Clear to delete a number.
Standard mode – numbers only
Standard mode – symbols only
To delete text, place the cursor to the right of
the character you wish to delete and select
Clear. Move the cursor around the message
using the navigation keys to insert or delete text
anywhere in the message.
already stored in your Contacts select Options >
Add recipient and select the name from the list.
Use the left and right navigation keys to move
between Phonebook and SIM contacts.
Creating a text message
The character limit for a text sent from
your Terminal is approximately 1600 Latin
characters or 740 non-Latin characters, ie up
to 10 concatenations, including the recipient’s
telephone number.
When you have finished adding recipients, select
Options > Send or press the centre selection key.
If you want to save your message so you can
edit or send it later, select Options > Save, or
select Options > Exit and confirm that you want
to save the text. The message will be saved
in the Drafts folder. When you are ready to
complete it, select Menu > Messaging > Drafts.
Select Menu > Messaging > New message
> Text message. A blank screen will appear.
Compose your message. See “Entering text” on
page 42 for more information. When you have
finished, add the recipient(s). If their details are
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Creating a text message for sending
to an email address
Your Oceana 800 can also send text messages
to email addresses. Instead of displaying your
name to the recipient the message will display
your details in the following format:
From: phone number@message.inmarsat.com eg.
From: 8707764XXXXX@message.inmarsat.com
The character limit for a text sent from your
terminal to an email address is approximately
1600 Latin characters or 740 non-Latin
characters, ie up to 10 concatenations,
including the recipient’s email address.
Select Menu > Messaging > New message > Email
message. Compose your message. Recipients
can be added from stored contacts by selecting
Options > Add recipient. Only entries containing
an email address will be displayed.
To send your message to an email address
which is not stored, use the up navigation key to
move the cursor into the To: field and type the
address. For symbols such as the @ sign,
press the * key and then use the navigation
keys to select from the menu. After entering the
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address, wait for 5 seconds and the terminal will
place a ; after the entry, allowing you to enter
another address. When you move the cursor
away from the To: field or open Options, your
terminal will check the email addresses entered.
If addresses do not follow the format of a valid
email address, they will be deleted and an error
message displayed.
Receiving text and email messages
Messages can be received when the antenna
and your terminal is connected to the network,
even if you are on a call, or when incoming calls
are forwarded to another phone number.
If your Oceana 800 is disconnected (power
off ) when a message is received, the message
is stored by the network until your terminal is
powered on and registered with the network.
Delivery will be attempted for the duration that
your message remains in the network. To check
or change this setting, select Menu > Messaging
> Options > Settings > Text msg settings >
Validity period. When you receive a message
on your terminal, an unread message icon will
appear on the status bar. Info will pop-up and
display a list of unread messages. If you wish
to read the message later, press Close. To read
the message, select Menu > Messaging > Inbox.
Alternatively, with Info open, use the centre
selection and navigation keys to highlight and
open Unread messages.
Incoming text messages accommodate the
full 10 concatenations. However, incoming
messages from emails are restricted to
approximately 160 Latin and 74 non-Latin
characters. If the sender exceeds this limit, the
message will be truncated upon receipt.
Viewing your received messages
Inbox lists the last 20 messages received, including
message status (read or unread), the sender’s
name or number, the first words of the message
and the date received. Use the up and down
navigation keys to highlight a message and press
the centre selection key or select Options > Open.
Replying to sender
Open the message and select Options > Reply.
A new blank message will be displayed and the
To: field will automatically be completed.
Forwarding a message
Open the message and select Options >
Forward > Text message or Email message. The
message is displayed with the cursor flashing in
the empty To: field. Enter the recipient’s number
or to add a contact from the phonebook, press
Options > Add recipient. When the To: field is
completed, select Options > Send. A pop-up
confirms that the message has been sent. The
sent message is stored in the Sent list.
Calling a number from a received message
Open the message and press the green key
or select Options > Call. After the number has
been called, the message is considered read and
remains in the inbox.
Saving details from a received message
Open the message and select Options >
Address clipboard. The sender’s number is
displayed. Select Options > Add to contacts. You
can either Create new or Update existing. Select
which field to save the number in the contacts
list, complete other fields as appropriate and
select Options > Save. The contact will be stored
in Phonebook. See “Creating a new contact” on
page 48 for more information.
Saving a received message
To save a received message, open the message
you wish to save and select Options > Copy to
folder > Saved messages.
Highlight the name of the contact you would
like to add to the group and press the left or
centre selection key. A group can have any
number of contacts.
Deleting messages
Select the message from the list displayed in
any of the message folders and select Options
> Delete. A pop-up will appear asking you
to confirm the action. Press Yes. To delete all
the messages in the folder, select Options >
Delete all messages.
By selecting Options when a member of the
group is highlighted, you can also:
Setting up message groups
If you regularly send the same text or email
message to the same group of people, you can
set up a group. Select Menu > Contacts > Groups,
then select Options > Create new. Enter a name
for your group and select OK, followed by Yes. You
can set up a maximum of 20 groups, and the same
contact can be a member of more than one group.
To add members to a group, select Menu >
Contacts > Groups, highlight the group to
which you would like to add members and press
the centre selection key. Now select Options >
Add member. This will retrieve your phonebook.
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Open the contact’s details
Call the contact
Send a Text message to the contact
Remove from group to remove the contact
from this group
View group list to view the members of
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Assign group ringtone to give all members of
this group the same ringtone, so that you will
be able to recognise when a member of the
group is calling you.
To send a text message to the whole group,
select Menu > Messaging > New message > Text
message or Email message > Options > Add
recipient and then press the right navigation key
three times to move between the tabs. Select the
group from the list and compose your message.
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You can also add members to groups directly
from your phonebook. In your phonebook,
simply highlight the contact, select Options >
Add to group, then select which group to which
you would like to assign the contact. You can
also see which members belong to a group by
selecting Options > Belongs to group.
Sending a text to a group of people
If you regularly send the same text to a group
of people, you can create a group in your
phonebook. To send the text to a group you
have already set up, select Options > Add
recipient and then press the right navigation
key twice to display the list of groups.
Using message settings
Select Menu > Messaging > Options > Settings
> Text msg settings or Email settings.
Text message settings:
Use same message centre: Always set to Yes.
SMSC management: Both specify the number
to which your Terminal will despatch your
messages for delivery.
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Validity period: Specifies the length of time your
message will remain in the network, should it be
pending for delivery to the recipient.
Saving sent messages: The default setting is on.
The setting can be changed if required.
Long message sending: The default setting is
on. This allows approximately 1600 Latin or
740 non-Latin characters to be sent ie. up to
10 concatenations.
With original text / Without original text: The
sender’s original message is included/excluded
as part of any reply that you compose. The
default setting is Without original text.
Set defaults: This resets all message settings.
Entering your service centre number
It is unlikely that you would need to enter or
change your service centre number unless
advised to do so by your service provider.
The number of your service centre is required
in order to send messages. In the unlikely event
that this detail is not on your SIM card, you can
enter the number yourself.
To enter a service centre number, select Menu
> Messaging > Options > Settings > Text msg
settings > SMSC management. If the phone
number of your service centre is displayed,
select Options > Exit. If there is no number in
the display, select Options > Edit and enter the
full international number of the service centre.
You will be prompted to activate the number.
Press Yes. Your terminal is now ready to send and
receive messages. Alternatively, select Menu >
Messaging > Options > Settings > Email settings
> Options > Edit and add the email centre
number and select Apply.
Setting a message delivery expiry period
If your message cannot be delivered, you can
change the length of time your message will
remain in the network. To check or change the
expiry period select select Menu > Messaging
> Options > Settings > Text msg settings >
Validity period.
Using your GPS location information
As well as locating your terminal’s position for
the satellite, you can also view your GPS location
and send it as a text message or email.
Viewing your GPS location information
Select Menu > GPS position > Options > View
location information to view the date and time of
when your last GPS fix was taken and your latitude
and longitude at that time. Your exact location is
indicated with a white dot on the world map.
Displaying GPS in metric or imperial measures
Select Menu > GPS position. The Valid GPS fix
screen appears. Select Options > Set unit and make
your selection. The default setting is metric units.
Sending your GPS location
Select Menu > GPS position and select Options
> Send GPS location. The elapsed time since the
last GPS fix was obtained is displayed and you
are presented with two options. Select Send to
use the stored value or New to acquire a new
GPS fix. Press the red key to cancel. Make your
decision on the basis of any significant distance
travelled since the stored GPS fix was obtained.
Note that requesting a new fix will temporarily
delay the sending of your location.
When the GPS fix to be used has been acquired,
select Text message or Email message. Only
editing of the recipient field is permitted. Enter the
destination number or email address directly into
the To: field, or choose Options > Add recipient
to select an existing entry from Contacts. You are
presented with the list of Phonebook contacts.
Use the left and right navigation keys to select SIM
contacts or Groups.
Prepay services
Obtaining a GPS fix manually
On rare occasions, your Terminal may continue to
show the GPS fix required icon, which means that
a new GPS fix is needed in order for your Terminal
to connect to the network. If this occurs, select
Menu > GPS position. The new GPS fix is displayed.
When this screen is open, your Terminal will
attempt to refresh the GPS fix every 30 seconds.
Making a balance enquiry
From the main screen enter your balance
enquiry code, *106# and press the green key.
Your current balance and expiry date will be
shown on the screen.
National GPS policies
Some national GPS policies do not allow users
to access their GPS information in particular
locations. Your Terminal continues to access
the GPS satellites as usual, so its performance
is unaffected. However, your Terminal will not
display its GPS location. For more information,
please contact your service provider.
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If you have a prepay subscription, your service
provider will have informed you of the services
available to you. Your terminal also enables you
to make a balance enquiry and redeem prepay
vouchers for Inmarsat’s prepay service, free
of charge. Select Menu > Settings > Prepay,
then select either Balance enquiry or Redeem
voucher and follow the on-screen instructions.
Redeeming a prepay voucher
From the main screen enter the top-up code,
*101*VoucherNumber#, eg.
*101*1234567890123456# and press the green
key. Your new balance and expiry date will be
shown on the screen.
Due to licensing issues, some prepay services,
including making mobile-originated (MO) calls/
texts, are not currently available from US territories
or possessions. This situation may change. Contact
your service provider for more information.
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Phonebook, contacts & organiser
Managing contacts in your phonebook
Contacts can be stored in either your terminal’s
memory via Phonebook or on your SIM card via
SIM contacts. Up to 300 contacts can be stored in
the phonebook and up to 250 on your Oceana 800
SIM card. To view the contacts in your Terminal’s
memory, select Contacts from the main screen.
Creating a new contact
There are several ways to create a contact.
From the main screen type in the number to
save, including the full international code.
Select Options > Add to contacts > Create new
contact. Define the number you are saving, eg.
Telephone, Office phone, Mobile phone, Fax etc,
then select Options > Save. The saved contact
details are displayed.
Alternatively, open the contacts directory either
by selecting Menu > Contacts or by selecting
Contacts. Highlight the location where you wish
to save the contact and press Select. The default
setting is Phonebook. You are presented with a
list of stored contacts, select Options > New
contact. Enter the first name, last name and the
telephone number. If you wish to save a contact
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detail other than phone number, select Options
> Add detail and select from the list presented.
After entering all relevant details, select Options
> Save or press the centre selection key.
Finding a contact
You can find a contact in your phonebook either
by using the navigation keys to scroll through
the list of all contacts or by entering the first
characters of a contact’s name in the search field
at the top of the list of contacts. See “Entering
text” on page 42 for more information.
navigation keys to highlight the contact, then
select Options and select Edit. Move between
the details using the navigation keys. Edit the
text or numbers. See “Entering text” on page 42
for more information. To save the changes to
the contact, press the centre selection key and
then select Yes. Or select Options > Save > Yes.
To discard changes, press the centre selection
key and when prompted to save changes, select
No. Alternatively, select Options > Save > No. See
“Entering text” on page 42 for more information.
Opening a contact
Highlight the contact’s name in the phonebook
and press the centre selection key or select
Options > Open. Use the up and down
navigation keys to select a number.
Calling a contact
Highlight the contact’s name and press the green
key. If there is more than one number stored for
that contact (eg. office and mobile) select one of
them using the centre selection key.
Ordering contacts by first or last name
Select Phonebook > Options > Settings > Display
name order and then select either First last (to list
them alphabetically by first name) or Last first (to
list them alphabetically by last name).
Texting or emailing a contact
Highlight the contact’s name, select Options
> Send message. Select Text message or Email
as appropriate. Write your message and and
select Options > Send. If you are sending a text
message and there is more than one number
stored for that contact select one using the
centre selection key.
Editing a contact
To change or add details for a contact already
in your phonebook, use the up and down
Deleting a contact
Select Menu > Contacts or press Contacts. Select
from the list. Use the navigation keys to highlight
the stored contact that you would like to delete.
Select Option > Delete. You will be prompted to
confirm the deletion by pressing Yes.
Deleting all contacts
Open your phonebook, select Options, select
Delete all and then select Yes.
Duplicating a contact
Duplicating a contact can be a quick way to add a
new contact with similar details to an existing one.
Highlight the contact you wish to duplicate,
select Options > Duplicate and then amend the
new contact’s details. When you have finished,
save the new contact by pressing the centre
selection key followed by Yes.
Managing contacts on your SIM card
Contacts can be stored on your SIM card as well
as in Phonebook. Storing contacts on your SIM
card allows you to move contacts from one
terminal to another. Storing contacts on both
the SIM card and the phonebook allows you to
back-up your contacts.
To delete all contacts from your SIM card,
select Menu > Contacts > SIM contacts >
Options > Delete all.
To find out how many contacts are stored on
your SIM card and how many more you can
add, select Menu > Contacts > SIM Contacts >
Options > SIM details.
To view the contacts on your SIM card, select
Menu > Contacts > SIM contacts. You can
navigate, edit, delete, make calls or send texts in
exactly the same way as Phonebook.
To copy a contact from your SIM card to your
phonebook highlight the contact in SIM contacts,
select Options and select Copy to phonebook.
To copy all SIM card contacts to Phonebook, this
option arises when the SIM card is inserted. The
first time Contacts is accessed after inserting the
SIM card, you will prompted to Copy SIM contacts
to Phonebook and to confirm the action. Please
note that this process may take a little time.
To copy a contact from your terminal’s memory to
your SIM card, select Phonebook and highlight the
contact. Select Options > Copy to SIM.
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Sending and receiving contact details
Your phone number
To send a business card, highlight the
appropriate contact in your phonebook or
SIM contacts folder and select Options > Send
business card. Select either Text message or Email
message. A text or email message is displayed
including all details stored for this contact in the
body of the message. Enter the full international
phone number of the recipient in the To: field or
select Options > Add recipient to specify a stored
contact. Select Options > Send.
On the Oceana 800 main screen, open Info by
pressing the centre selection key and selecting
My phone number.
When you receive a business card, it will appear
as a normal message in your Inbox, but the title
of the message will be Business card. Highlight
the message and press the centre selection key
or select Options > Open. The contact details are
presented like any other entry in the phonebook.
To save Business card details, select Options >
Create new or Update existing.
Business card details are saved to your
phonebook. Once the details have been saved, the
original message is deleted from your Inbox.
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Your phone number is usually programmed
onto your SIM card by your service provider.
If not, the entry will be blank. You can enter
the number yourself by selecting Menu >
Contacts > My phone number. If a SIM card
is subsequently inserted with a stored phone
number, your entry will be overwritten.
Your service provider number
Open Info by pressing the centre selection key
and selecting Service provider or for full details
select Menu > Contacts > Service provider.
These details are programmed onto your SIM
card and are not editable.
Organiser
The organiser is a calendar allowing you to
record and view appointments and to set
reminder alarms.
Browsing your organiser
Select Menu > Extras > Organiser to open your
organiser. The current month, with today’s date
highlighted, is displayed. An appointment is
indicated by a small green square in the corner
of the calendar entry. The indicator is red when
the appointment is for today. To view any
particular day in detail, highlight the day and
then select Options > Open or press the centre
selection key.
Use the navigation keys to move between days
and months. To view a week at a time instead
of a month select Options > Week view. If you
would like to view a date that is not displayed in
the month or week views, select Options > Go
to date, enter the date and select OK.
Create entry. Enter the appropriate details and
select Options > Save.When the alarm is set
to on, at the specified time, the appointment
subject name will display and an alert will
sound. The day’s appointments are listed in Info.
Personalising your organiser
Select Menu > Extras > Organiser > Options >
Organiser settings.
From this menu you can change:
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Calculator
The terminal’s calculator allows you to carry out
simple mathematics using the Terminal’s keypad
and the on-screen icons.
Select Menu > Extras > Calculator.
Enter numbers using the keypad. Use the
navigation keys to highlight operations such
as + or -, and select them with the centre
selection key. For a decimal point, either
select the . icon, or press * on the keypad.
Calendar view – view by month, week or day
Alarm tone – if this is set to off, the
appointment’s name will be displayed at
the specified time, but the alarm will not
sound
Week start day – start day for week and
month views
Week view title option – week view
displayed by day or week number
Auto erase option – automatically
deletes past appointments or after a
specified duration
Creating an entry in your organiser
Select Menu > Extras > Organiser. Highlight
the relevant day using the navigation keys or
Options > Go to date and select Options >
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Personalised settings
•
Message alert – the sound your Terminal
makes when it receives a text message
Sounds, ringtones and profiles
Your current sound profile is always displayed in
the status bar of the main screen, and can also
be accessed via Info.
To change your terminal’s sound profile, select
Menu > Profiles, and highlight the one you want
and press the centre selection key. There are
four sound profiles:
General – for everyday use
•
Silent – no vibration or sound
•
Loud – for noisy environments
•
You can customise any of these profiles by
highlighting it, selecting Options and selecting
Personalise. This allows you to change the
following aspects of the sound profile:
•
Alert volume – sound level
•
Keypad volume – sound level when a
key is pressed
Alert ring mode – constant, ring once,
•
beep, silent or increasing volume
Ringtone – the sound your Terminal makes
•
when it receives a call
Key sound – the sound your Terminal
•
makes when a key is pressed
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Highlight the setting you would like to
change, press the left or centre selection key,
use the navigation keys to alter the setting
and press Select.
To restore the default settings for a sound
profile, highlight the profile, select Options >
Reset to default.
Selecting a ringtone
Each profile can play one of 8 ringtones to notify
you of an incoming call.
Select Menu > Profiles and highlight the
appropriate profile. Select Options > Personalise
> Ringtone from the list and press Select or
the centre selection key. The current ringtone
for the profile is played and highlighted in the
list. Use the navigation keys to highlight and
hear the other ringtone files available. Press
Select or the centre selection key to specify the
highlighted ringtone.
If no sound is heard when you highlight a
ringtone, the Alert volume for your profile
may be set to 0. This is the default for silent.
To change the ringtone volume, select Back to
return to Profiles. Highlight Alert volume and
press Select.
Allocating a unique ringtone to callers
You can allocate a specific ringtone to a
contact. Regardless of the active profile,
the allocated ringtone will be used for the
specified caller, but the alert volume of the
active profile will be respected.
Highlight the desired contact entry in your
Phonebook or SIM contacts and press the
centre selection key or select Options > Open.
Highlight the relevant contact detail and select
Options > Assign ringtone. From the list of
available ringtones, highlight your preference
and press Select. The name of the ringtone will
be displayed under the contact detail specified.
To remove an associated ringtone, open the
contact entry, highlight the ringtone and select
Options > Remove ringtone.
Setting Terminal and writing language
The display and writing language of the phone
can be changed by selecting Menu > Settings
> Language. Highlight any of the following
options and press Select:
•
Terminal language — to set the display
language of the Terminal
•
Writing language — to set the texting
language of the Terminal
•
Predictive text — to set the text editing
mode for composing messages
Setting Terminal language
The first time the terminal is powered ON, you
will be prompted to select the display language.
You can change this at any time. Select Menu
> Settings > Language > Phone language,
highlight the desired language and press the
left or centre selection keys.
If you do not understand your terminal’s current
language setting, follow these directions to
navigate to the terminal language menu.
Press the red key to return to the main
•
screen
Press the left selection key to go to the
•
menu screen
Press the down navigation key twice to
•
highlight the Settings icon
Press the centre selection key to open
•
Settings
•
Press the down navigation key twice to
highlight the Language icon and press the
centre selection key
Press the centre selection key and use the
•
navigation keys to highlight the correct
language and press the centre selection key
again to change the Terminal’s language
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Setting writing language
Select Menu > Settings > Language > Writing
language. Select the desired language from
the list and press OK.
Setting predictive text
The predictive text setting is used to set the text
editing mode for composing messages. Select
Menu > Settings > Language > Predictive text.
Select Available or Hidden. The default setting
is available. See “Using predictive text entry” on
page 42 for more details.
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Setting date and time
Setting the time zone
Customising display settings
Your terminal automatically receives UTC time
from GPS satellites. The first time you use your
terminal, you will be prompted to select a
language from the list, followed by the option
to select your local time. When completed, local
time will be displayed on the status bar.
You will need to reset the time when you travel
to different time zones. The Date and time menu
lets you change the date and time format.
You may wish to change the local time zone on
your terminal if you move to a new location or if
your terminal is not displaying the correct time
zone. You may also wish to know the time in
another location, eg. your head office.
Lighting the keypad and screen
The backlights for the screen and keypad can be
controlled by going to select Menu > Settings >
Display. Select any one of the following options
and press Select to save your changes.
•
Brightness – to set the brightness of the
screen
•
Screen light – to set the duration for
screen backlights
Keypad light – to set the duration for
•
keypad backlight
Screen standby – to set the duration for the
•
screen backlights after the last keystroke
Setting the time
Select Menu > Extras > Date and time > Time
settings. Enter your locations time.
Setting the date
Select Menu > Extras > Date and time > Date
settings. Enter your todays date.
Setting the local time zone
Select Menu > Extras > World time. The world time
map appears. Select Options > Select > Local time
zone. Use the navigation keys to highlight the
required time zone and press Select.
Setting the remote time zone
Select Menu > Extras > World time. Select
Options > Select remote time zone. Use the
navigation keys to highlight the required time
zone and press Select.
Setting daylight saving time (DST)
Select Menu > Extras > World time. Select
Options and select from a list to enable/
disable local/remote DST. DST is displayed
as 0 or +1 on the world map.
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Lighting the function keypad
When out of a call press UP and Down buttons
simultaneously for one second to enter the
LED brightness change mode. All LED’s will
change to WHITE and a single beep will sound
when entering brightness change mode. Press
UP and DOWN arrows to vary intensity. Mode
will automatically exit 5 seconds after the last
button press. A short double beep will sound
when exiting change mode.
Setting up keypad lock
Setting up phone lock
Reset all settings
The keypad lock disables the keypad and
prevents accidental dialling. When activated,
the Terminal will respond to the green and red
keys to answer or reject call.
Phone lock protects your terminal against
unauthorised use.
Select Menu > Settings > Reset settings. You
will be prompted for the Admin code in order to
make this change. See “Setting up admin code”
on page 58 for more information. Returning
to default settings will not affect your admin
or user codes, PINs, organiser entries, contacts,
messages or call logs. To return these to default
setting or to delete these entries see:
Select Menu > Settings > Security, select
Automatic keypad lock, and then select the
duration before the keypad is locked. Deactivate
the automatic keypad lock using the same menu.
To lock the keypad, ensure the main screen is
displayed, press the centre selection key followed
by the * key within 3 seconds. The keypad locked
icon is displayed on the status bar.
Select Menu > Settings > Security and select
Phone lock. Specify the idle period, from 30
seconds to 30 minutes, after which time the
Oceana 800 will automatically lock. You will be
prompted to Enter phone lock code. To unlock
the Terminal, enter the code when prompted.
The default admin code is 123456. See “Setting
up the admin code” on page 57. The new setting
will be accepted when the code is accepted.
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•
•
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“Setting up SIM PIN code” on page 57
“Setting up SIM PIN 2 code” on page 57
“Deleting a contact” on page 49
“Deleting SIM contacts” on page 49
To unlock the keypad, press the centre
selection key followed by the * key on
the keypad within 3 seconds.
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Security
Security locks and codes
SECURITY FEATURES
CONTROLLED BY
ACTION
DEFAULT
SETTINGS
DEFAULT
CODE
CODE
LENGTH
THE TERMINAL
KEYPAD LOCK
Only the green and red keys are active
ADMIN CODE
Creates Phone lock
Centre
selection
key and *
Off
123456
6 digits
Restricts access to Bluetooth
Restricts access to Reset settings
Creates User code
Off
4-6 digits
PIN
Restricts access to SIM card
Off
8888
4-6 digits
PIN 2
Restricts access to Fixed number dialling
Off
9999
4-6 digits
OFF
0000
4 digits
THE SIM CARD
THE NETWORK
BARRING PASSWORD
Pestricts access to Call barring
Security can be controlled by the terminal,
the SIM card or the Inmarsat network. This
enables you to match security requirements
to your needs. The keypad lock prevents
accidental dialling; the phone lock prevents an
unauthorised user from using your Terminal
even if they replace the SIM card. The SIM PIN
prevents an unauthorised user from using your
SIM even if they place it in another terminal.
The admin code restricts access to particular
features on the Oceana 800. For example, an
individual might only wish to activate the
keypad lock. A corporate organisation might
choose to restrict functions available to their
employees by activating the admin code and
issuing a user code.
Security features controlled
by the network
When enabled, the advanced call feature, Call
barring, is protected by a code. The default
setting is off. See “Call barring” on page 39 for
more information.
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Security features controlled
by the Oceana 800
Access to your terminal can be restricted by the
keypad lock to prevent accidental dialling (see
“Setting up keypad lock” on page 55 for more
information) or by activation of the admin code.
The admin code can be activated to create a
Phone lock, restrict access to Bluetooth lock,
Reset settings and to create a User code so that
a third party can use the terminal but not have
access to the restricted features. See “Reset all
settings” on page 55 for more information.
Setting up the admin code
Select Menu > Settings > Security and select
Admin code. You will be prompted for the current
code. The default setting is 123456. When this
is accepted, you will be prompted to enter your
new code and then confirm it. The code must be
6 digits long. If you lose your admin code, contact
your service provider. The default setting is off.
The admin code can be entered incorrectly an
unlimited number of times. If you have forgotten
your code, contact your service provider.
Setting up the user code
Select Menu > Settings > Security and select
User code. You will be prompted to enter the
6-digit Admin code. Once this is accepted, you
will be prompted to create a new user code
and to confirm it. The code can be 4-6 digits in
length. The default setting is off. The user code
can be entered incorrectly an unlimited number
of times. If you have forgotten your code,
contact your terminal’s administrator.
Security features controlled by the
SIM card
Access to your SIM card can be restricted by
activating its PIN code. The advanced call
feature, Fixed number dialling, can be protected
by your SIM PIN 2 code. See “Fixed number
dialling” on page 40 for more information.
Setting up SIM PIN code
Select Menu > Settings > Security > PIN request
and select On. You will be asked to enter your
SIM’s PIN code. If you make an error entering the
number, press Cancel to clear the digits and reenter. Press the centre selection key or OK. The
default 4-8 digit code for SIM PIN is 8888. The
default setting is off.
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To change the PIN code stored on your SIM card,
select Menu > Settings > Security > Set PIN.
Enter the existing PIN code, then the new PIN.
Repeat the new PIN to confirm it.
If the PIN code is entered incorrectly three times,
your SIM card can only be unlocked using the PUK
code. Contact your service provider if you do not
have a record of your PUK code. If the PUK code
is entered 10 times incorrectly the SIM will lock
and you should contact your service provider. The
default setting for PIN is off.
Setting up SIM PIN 2 code
The default 4-8 digit code for PIN 2 is 9999.
The default setting is off.
If the PIN 2 code is entered incorrectly three
times, your SIM card can only be unlocked using
the PUK 2 code. Contact your service provider
if you do not have a record of your PUK 2. If
the PUK 2 code is entered 10 times incorrectly
the SIM will lock and you should contact your
service provider. To change the PIN 2 code,
select Menu > Settings > Security > Set PIN 2.
Enter the existing PIN 2 code, then the new PIN
2 code. Repeat the new PIN 2 code to confirm it.
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Types of Tones on RJ11/POTS
TYPE OF TONE
SOUND
DESCRIPTION
Dial Tone
Continuous tone
Terminal ready for use
Progress Tone
Continuous short beep, with
3 second interval
Number has been dialled but
call has yet to connect.
Unavailable Tone
Beeping tone (engaged)
OC800 is not registered, or no
signal. Calls cannot be made
SIM PIN Required
setPIN is required to be
Alternating low and lowerAlarm
A SIM
tones (1 sec intervals)
entered
SIM PUK Required
Alternating low and lower
A PUK code is required to be
Call divert
tones (2 sec intervals)
entered on
Phone off-hook
Fast ascending tone,
repeating.
Keypad locked
Phone has been left offhook
for > 15 seconds and is not
Unread
message
in a call.
Product name
Local time
Oceana 800
Inmarsat
05:56
Status bar
Network
Signal strength
Screen
Menu
Info
Contacts
Left selection key
Navigation keys
Right selection key
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Red key
Keypad locked
USB connection
Alarm set
New voicemail
Call divert on
Missed call
Unread message
Bluetooth on
USB connection
Centre selection key
Green key
Oceana 800 Function Keypad
Location
Button
Mode
Action
LED/Sound
Mute Press
on/off
In a Call:
Mute the microphone (uplink) on the privacy handset.
LED turns RED - Muted
LED turns OFF - Not muted
LED flashing Yellow - RJ11/POTS in use
Up/Down
In a Call:
Increase/decrease volume on speakerphone or privacy handset.
Audio will sound louder/quieter with each press.
Out of Call:
Increase/decrease volume of incoming ring tone on the
speakerphone.
A beep will sound indicating the increased/decreased ring tone volume
Brightness
dual button
simultaneous
press
(1 second)
Out of Call:
Enter LED brightness change mode. Press UP and DOWN arrows
to vary intensity. Mode will automatically exit after 5 seconds after
the last button press.
All LED’s will change to WHITE and a single beep will sound when entering brightness
change mode.
Speakerphone
press ON/OFF
In a Call:
Terminate call if speakerphone mode is active
Activate speakerphone mode if Privacy Handset mode is active.
OR
+
Out of Call:
Answer inbound call in speakerphone mode
Instant
Message (IM)*
When Instant Message enabled/configured a 0->3 second press
triggers an instant message.
A 7 second press will clear the instant message.
When Instant Message disabled no functionality.
Tracking*
When tracking enabled a momentary press results in a tracking
message being queued for sending.
When tracking disabled no functionality.
A short double beep will sound when exiting change mode.
LED turns GREEN - Speakerphone mode active
LED turns OFF - Speakerphone mode not active
IM functionality disabled – No backlight, no colour
IM functionality enabled but not triggered – LED should be Green
IM button pressed LED changes from GREEN to solid RED (a beep will sound when triggered)
Once first emergency message has been sent LED changes from solid RED to flashing RED
Once remote acknowledgement of instant message, LED changes from flashing RED to slow
flashing YELLOW.
If audio tones for instant message is enabled:
A beep will sound from the buzzer when the Instant Message is triggered
A double beep will sound from the buzzer when the Instant Message is cleared
LED On and Red - Tracking enabled and NO GPS fix
LED on and Green - Tracking enabled and GPS fix
LED Flashing Green - Track button has been pressed (beep will sound from the buzzer). Will stay
flashing for 5 seconds to indicate message sending. OR Transceiver upgrade mode active.
LED Flashing Red - Firmware upgrade mode active
*This action is optional, only when the Tracking Mode for your Oceana 800 is configured and activated.
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Status LED
The Status LED indicates the terminal registration state or any error conditions:
RED
ILLUMINATED
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•
•
No signal
Not registered
No SIMcard
FLASHING
Firmware upgrade
mode active
YELLOW
GREEN
DTR present on data
port
Unit registered and
can place a call.
Data call in progress
Call in progress
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OR
Transceiver Upgrade
Mode
ALTERNATING
Red/Yellow - Short circuit on SAT antenna input
Red/Green - Short circuit on GPS antenna input
Red/Yellow/Green - Internal communications error
Special Modes of Operation
Firmware Upgrade Mode
• In firmware upgrade mode all LED’s will flash RED.
Transceiver (USB Bridge) Mode
• In this mode all LED’s will flash GREEN.
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STATUS LED
1. Status LED
3
4
FEATURE BUTTONS
2. Instant Message Button
3. UP Volume Button
4. DOWN Volume Button
5. Mute Button
6. Speakerphone Button
7. Tracking Button
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6
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Assuring Quality of Service
There are conditions that can compromise the
quality of the service you may receive. These include:
•
Obstructions
•
Cabling
•
RF Interference
Obstructions
Nearby tall buildings or similar structures,
heavily leafed trees and mountains can all
degrade performance as they block the signal
between the antenna and the satellites.
Inmarsat performance is immune from natural
environments such as clouds, fog, rain, snow,
wind and smoke.
Cabling
Using an externally mounted antenna provides
an ideal solution for many applications. It is very
important that both the antenna cabling and
antenna are BEAM approved products. Always
ensure all RF connectors are screwed together firmly
and ensure there are no sharp bends in the cabling
between the Oceana 800 and the antenna.
Mitigation of RF Interference
Service degradation due to RF interference can
be significantly improved by:
•
Increasing the distance and moving the
antenna off axis from the source of the
interference, and
•
Using an external band pass filter and an
external antenna.
RF Interference
All wireless devices, including satellite
telephones, are susceptible to RF (radio
frequency) interference from other electronic
devices. This problem is more evident when
numerous antennas and broadcasting devices
are located within close proximity to each other.
WARNING
Failure to use BEAM approved antenna cables will
result in degraded performance and may damage
the Oceana 800. This will void the terminal’s warranty.
Symptoms of RF Interference
Symptoms of RF interference often resemble
those that arise when an antenna 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 antenna.
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Specification Summary
Electrical & Environmental
Specifications - Oceana 800
Average Power
Consumption
Current @ 15V DC
Average
Standby
Watts
0.22 A
Transmit (RJ11/POTS)
3.2 W
0.58 A
Transmit
(Speakerphone)
8.7 W
Channels
14 tracking, 51 channel acquiring
Oceana 800
Update Rate
1Hz
ISD710 Maritime Antenna (Active)
Accuracy
Position 2.5m CEP, Velocity 0.1m/s,
1 x spring cup (attached to terminal) 1 x springless cup
Timing 300ns
Privacy Handset
Acquisition TTFF
Cold 29sec, Hot 1sec
110 - 240V AC Plug Pack, 15V DC Out
Sensitivity
-161 dBm
10 - 32V DC Power Cable
Operational Limits
Altitude 18000m, Velocity 515m/s
USB Cable
Dynamics
4G
2m instant message wiring loop (Ring/Mute cable)
0.53 A
7.9 W
Sleep Mode
5mA
75mW
Instant Message
Peak Current
1.7 A
26 W
Instant Message
In-built - single key press
User Manual & Quick Start Guide
1 x alarm loop
Bare wire - “Normally closed” loop
IN to OUT
Antenna Installation Guide
Track
In-built - single key press
Physical Specifications
Dimensions
241 x 185 x 93
(mm)
9.49 x 7.28 x 3.66
(inches)
1.27kg
2.80lb
Weight OC800 Only
Operating Range
-20°C to +55°C
-4°F to +131°F
Storage
-30°C to +80°C
-22°F to +176°F
Humidity
95%
10-32V DC
Inmarsat-4 Satellite
GMR-2+ Frequency Bands
Tx Operating
Frequency
Antenna
GPS Antenna
Transceiver
1626.5 - 1660.5 MHz
Wall mounting plate
Connectors / Interfaces
POTS/RJ11
Environment Specifications
RJ11/2-wire, 5REN @ 600m,
Adjustable dial, ring, busy tone
configured frequency & adaptive
impedance.
TNC-Female
SMA-Female
4-way microFit
(AC/DC adaptor, or DC lead)
ACCESSORIES
LTO
LeoTRAK-Online - www.leotrak.com
ISD932
IsatDock/Oceana 6m SMA/TNC cable kit (Active)
ISD933
IsatDock/Oceana 13m SMA/TNC cable kit (Active)
ISD934
IsatDock/Oceana 18m SMA/TNC cable kit (Active)
ISD935
IsatDock/Oceana 31m SMA/TNC cable kit (Active)
ISD938
IsatDock/Oceana 40m SMA/TNC cable kit (Active)
ISD942
IsatDock/Oceana 50m SMA/TNC cable kit (Active)
ISD943
IsatDock/Oceana 60m SMA/TNC cable kit (Active)
Privacy Handset Port
RJ9 connector
ISD944
IsatDock/Oceana 70m SMA/TNC cable kit (Active)
Configuration /Data
USB Mini B
ISD945
IsatDock/Oceana 80m SMA/TNC cable kit (Active)
In-built speaker/microphone
ISD946
IsatDock/Oceana 90m SMA/TNC cable kit (Active)
Rx Operating
Frequency
1518 - 1565 MHz (Inmarsat)
Speakerphone
1565.19 - 1585.65 MHz (GPS)
Certifications
ISD947
IsatDock/Oceana 10m SMA/TNC cable kit (Active)
RF Output Impedance:
50 Ohms
RST055
UPS Battery Pack
Carrier frequencies
Channel 0 = 1626.525 MHz
Inmarsat Type Approval, FCC, CE Compliance, Electrical
Safety, RoHS,Industry Canada, C-Tick
Channel 169 = 1660.475 MHz
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Kit Contents
GPS MODULE (internal)
TX Modulation
GMSK
RX Modulation
OQPSK
IP54 Rating
5 = Protected against dust limited ingress (no harmful deposits).
4 = Protection against water sprayed from all directions - limited
ingress permitted.
Physical Dimensions - Oceana 800
241mm
93mm
185mm
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Mounting Dimensions - Oceana 800
51mm
46.5mm
74.5mm
80.5mm
3.0mm
8.5mm
138.0mm
168.5mm
64
Ø12.5mm
Ø5.5mm
22.5mm
216.0mm
53.0mm
5.5mm
Troubleshooting
1
My terminal cannot make or receive calls.
3
Ensure the SIM card is inserted in the
terminal and is fully provisioned by your
service provider
2
4
The Terminal displays a language I do
not understand.
If you have not used your terminal and
connected to the network for some time,
it may be that your voicemails have been
automatically deleted from the network.
Ensure that you connect to the network at
regular intervals
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Press the red key to return to the main screen
If you have a prepay subscription, check your
prepay balance to ensure you have sufficient
credit to make a call. See “Making a balance
enquiry”on page 45 for more information
Contact your service provider if you are
unable to resolve the problem
Press the centre selection key to open Settings
Press the down navigation key twice to
highlight the Settings icon
The Terminal cannot receive a text message.
Press the down navigation key twice to
highlight the Language icon
and press the centre selection key
The Oceana 800 can store a maximum of
20 messages in its memory. If the memory
is full, delete a few texts to free up memory
for new messages. See “Deleting messages”
on page 45 for more information
Press the centre selection key and use the
navigation keys to highlight the correct
language and press the centre selection key
again to change the terminal’s language
5
The Terminal does not display a GPS
position.
Some national policies do not allow users to
access their GPS information in particular
locations. Your terminal continues to access
the GPS satellites as usual, but your terminal
will not display its GPS location
BEAM Oceana 800 - Installation & User Manual
The Terminal does not seem to be
receiving voicemails.
Ensure your service provider has enabled
voicemail
Contact your service provider if you are
unable to resolve the problem
Press the left selection key to go to the menu screen
If you still cannot receive a text, your service
centre number may not be correct. See
“Entering your service centre number” on
page 46 for more information or contact
your service provider
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Ensure your Oceana 800’s antenna is installed
where there are no obstructions and has a
clear line of sight to the satellite with no
obstacles which could block the signal. See
“Connecting to the satellite” on page 34
for more information
Check you have a valid GPS fix (See “Using
your GPS location information” on
page 47 for more information)
If the terminal has sufficient signal strength
and cannot make or receive calls, check
if Call barring (page 39), Diverting calls
(page 39) or Fixed number dialling (page
47) have been activated
The Oceana 800 continues to display
“Searching satellite…”
The Terminal and/or SIM has been
lost or stolen.
Contact your service provider as soon as
possible so your terminal and/or SIM can
be barred
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How do I contact my service provider?
Your service provider number is stored on
your SIM card. To view your service provider
open Info by pressing the centre selection key
and selecting Service provider
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How do I know if my Oceana 800 is
registered on the Inmarsat network?
The STATUS LED of the Oceana 800 will
change to GREEN when the terminal is
registered and able to make calls on the
network.
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The terminal turn’s OFF every 20
minutes?
Ensure the ON/SLEEP wire is connected to
power. If this is not connected, or connected
to ground the Oceana 800 will go into sleep
mode after 20 minutes by default.
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No power on The Terminal.
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Due to a satellite network when you are
in motion the satellite signal may become
obstructed.
Check the antenna connection.
Ensure the antenna cable has not been
damaged.
Ensure that only approved antenna cable
has been used.
Refer to Antenna Install Guide on BEAM
website support.
Check power is connected to the
interface unit.
Ensure the Connector cable to the Oceana
800 is firmly fitted.
Check all the connection cables to and
from the Oceana 800.
Check for short-circuit on antenna cables.
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The signal bars are low or fluctuating
and call quality is poor.
Ensure all antenna connectors are tight.
The antenna is operating in a location
that it can see the satellite and there are
no obstructions.
BEAM certified antenna cabling is being
used and there are no sharp bends or
cuts in the cable.
13
I am looking for the latest manuals
and support information on the
Oceana 800?
Visit: http://www.beamcommunications.
com/support/inmarsat
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B party has “no audio”
Privacy Handset must be docked in its
cup when not in use.
Check that MUTE is not ON (indicated by
turning RED)
Check the signal strength on the
terminal.
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Dropped calls
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The Terminal appears to be cycling
ON/OFF and is not registering.
Ensure the power supply can provide at
least 3.5A at 12volts.
If power is being supplied from a battery,
ensure the connections are tight and the
contacts are clean.
Check for short-circuit on antenna cables.
BEAM Warranty Conditions
BEAM Communications gives this express warranty (along
2.
BEAM Communications does not warrant any
7.
BEAM Communications will not accept
with extended warranty endorsements, where applicable)
installation, maintenance or service of the Products
responsibility for any invoiced goods or services
in lieu of all other warranties, express or implied, including
not performed by BEAM, nor does it warrant the use
that are not covered by a BEAM Communications
(without limitation), warranties of merchantability and
of Products with unapproved ancillary products.
written purchase order. Under no circumstances
BEAM Communications will correct any defects
does BEAM Communications agree to pay for
warranty and obligation with regard to our products as
in material or workmanship of products
labour or other related expenses associated with
well as the Customer’s sole remedy.
manufactured by BEAM which appear within (12)
the troubleshooting and/or repair of our product
BEAM Communications expressly disclaims all
months and (24) months replacement warranty for
liability and responsibility for any special, indirect or
Docking Stations ONLY, from the date of shipment
consequential damages or any further loss of any kind
by BEAM Communications to the Customer.
on product specifications that are current at the
whatsoever resulting from the use of our product(s).
BEAM Communications will repair or replace, at
time of publication. Product specifications, designs
The Customer’s sole and exclusive remedy and the
our option, any defective product,provided that
and descriptive literature are subject to change
limit of BEAM liability for any loss whatsoever, shall
our analysis and/or inspection discloses that such
as improvements are introduced. Although we
not exceed the purchase price paid by the Customer
defects developed under normal and proper use.
announce changes as they occur, we cannot
This warranty does not extend to goods subjected
guarantee notification to every Customer. BEAM
All products manufactured by BEAM Communications
to liquid or particulate ingress, extreme humidity,
Communications warrants delivered product to
are warranted to be free from defects in material and
misuse, neglect, accident or improper installation,
conform to the most current specifications, designs
workmanship in accordance with and subject to the
or to maintenance or repair of products that have
following terms and conditions:
been altered or repaired by anyone except BEAM
1.
Communications unless otherwise stated in writing.
for particular categories of products or Customers,
The warranty is a return-to-base warranty and
by information sheets published as deemed
freight is paid by the sender.
appropriate by BEAM Communications. The
A charge of USD $150 including return freight will
warranty for third party Products is that of the
or warranty-processing arrangements have been
be made for testing returned product which is not
third party and not BEAM warranty.
agreed upon in writing by BEAM.
defective or is found to be defective as the result
fitness for a particular purpose. This constitutes our sole
for the product to which a claim is made.
3.
4.
This warranty is limited to the original Customer
only. It cannot be transferred or assigned to third
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parties unless the intent to transfer to a third party
is expressly indicated in a purchase order and/
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without prior specific written authorization.
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Information in our descriptive literature is based
and descriptive literature.
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This warranty policy may be expanded or limited,
of improper use, maintenance or neglect.
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BEAM Communications
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Victoria, 3170, AUSTRALIA
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