TH-500Dx ENG IM

Digital Cordless Telephone

User Manual

TH-500DBK/TH-500DBE/TH-500DRD

TH-500DGN/TH-500DOE

Please read and retain these instructions

Summary

Getting started

Important

Installing the telephone base

Operating range of the handset

Signal strength

Installing and charging the batteries

Low battery warning

Battery performance

Package contents

Presentation of your telephone

Handset

LCD screen of the handset

Menu Operation

Switching on/off the handset

Menu setting

Phone book

Call log

Base settings

Handset settings

Registration

Operation

Handset and hands-free mode

Hands-free and handset volume control

Mute the speakerphone

Caller ID – type I & II

Auto timer

Flash

Pause

Pre-dialing

Redial function

Name matching

Review /delete /call back incoming numbers

Review /delete /call back outgoing numbers

Edit & copy incoming messages to phonebook

View & dial out phone numbers from phonebook

Memory full

Intercom

Call transfer

Party conference call

To lock/unlock the keypad

Troubleshooting

Declaration of conformity

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Getting started

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

Please read carefully and keep these instructions with the product

Important

To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury, always observe the following basic precautions when using your telephone:

This appliance is intended for indoor use only.

Observe all markings on the product.

Do not expose your telephone to moisture and avoid contact with liquids.

To prevent electric shock, do not disassemble the handset or the telephone base.

Avoid interposing any metal objects (clip, key, etc.) between the battery contacts and charging contacts.

Your telephone may have a slight chance of being damaged by lightning. Unplug the telephone base from the mains and disconnect the telephone line during a thunderstorm.

Do not use the telephone in the vicinity of a gas leak.

Do not use the handset near any intensive care medical equipment. People with pacemakers should consult their doctor or cardiologist before using this telephone.

Clean your telephone with a dry, soft, lint-free cloth. Do not use any cleaning agents or solvents, especially aggressive ones.

Exchanges between the telephone base and handset being carried out by radio signals, wearers of hearing aids may be bothered by a small buzz.

Your telephone may interfere with other electrical appliances such as answering machine, television, radio, clock radio or computer when it is sufficiently close to such equipment. To avoid this, place the telephone base at least one meter away from other electrical appliances.

We do not guarantee privacy of communications through your telephone.

The receiver of the handset may attract small metal objects (staples, pins, etc). Be careful when placing the handset near these items.

Your telephone does not work in case of power failure and by consequence cannot be used for emergency calls. To avoid such inconvenience, always keep a traditional corded telephone in your home.

To prevent electric shock, do not use your telephone during a thunderstorm. Refer to the information printed on your telephone directory.

You can connect this product to a PSTN telephone line or an analog PBX extension port. Warning:

Connecting this telephone to a digital PBX extension port may cause damage.

Install your telephone close to an easily accessible electrical outlet.

Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this may cause a fire or electric shock.

To eliminate any voltage within the telephone, unplug the power cord from the mains.

If the telephone will not be used for a long period of time, unplug the adapter to save power.

If the power cord of the adapter is damaged, do not try to replace or repair it. Discard the adapter.

Observe the polarity indicated while installing the batteries.

It is dangerous to use other battery types or non-rechargeable batteries: they can cause interference and/or damage to the product. The manufacturer shall not be liable for any damages caused by such non-compliance.

Do not use a charger other than the one supplied with the telephone; otherwise the batteries can be damaged.

Do not immerse a battery in water and do not throw it in a fire.

The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.

CAUTION

Only use the telephone base with the supplied power adapter GCE060050C.

Failure to observe the correct polarity or voltage of the adapter may cause damage to the telephone base.

Adapter for the telephone base: GCE060050C

Input: 100-240V~ 50/60Hz 150mA

Output: DC 6V 500mA

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Installing the telephone base

The telephone base should be placed at least 1 meter away from other electrical appliances in order to avoid interference. The handset exchanges radio signals with the telephone base. The strength of these signals depends on the position of the base. You can obtain a stronger signal by placing the base higher.

Operating range of the handset

The operating range of your telephone is 300 meters outdoors without obstructions between the telephone base and handset. Obstructions reduce the operating range. When the telephone base is located indoors, while the handset is indoors or outdoors, the operating range is reduced to 50 meters.

Thick concrete walls reduce the operating range significantly.

Signal strength

When the handset is within the operating range of the telephone base, appears on the screen.

flashes when the handset is out of range. You should then get closer to the telephone base to turn off this indicator.

Installing and charging the batteries

Adapter Jack

Telephone Jack

1. Insert the plug of the supplied adapter to the back of the telephone base and the other end into an electrical outlet.

2. Plug the telephone line cord to the back of the telephone base and the other end into a telephone wall jack.

3. Insert the rechargeable Ni-MH batteries supplied into the handset by following the correct polarity as indicated. Close the battery compartment.

4. Place the handset on the telephone base and let the batteries charge for 24 hours before using it for the first time.

Low battery warning

When the batteries are very low, flashes on the handset screen and a warning beep will sound every minute to prompt you to recharge the batteries.

Battery performance

When fully charged, the batteries offer approximately 12 hours of talk time and 120 hours of standby time under ideal conditions. Please note that a new battery reaches its full capacity after several days of normal use.

The battery capacity decreases over time, reducing the talk time and standby time. Replace the batteries if necessary.

The batteries and the handset will become hot during charging. This is normal.

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Tip

When you are not using your handset, place it on the charger so that you can always have fully charged batteries.

WARNING

DO NOT USE STANDARD OR ALKALINE BATTERIES. THEY MAY EXPLODE AND CAUSE

INJURY. ONLY USE RECHARGEABLE NI-MH BATTERIES AS INDICATED IN THIS USER

MANUAL.

Risk of explosion if you use incompatible batteries

Never use non-rechargeable batteries. Use only batteries that are identical to the ones supplied with your telephone.

Never use alkaline or lithium batteries.

Do not throw a battery into a fire.

Do not open or damage batteries. Electrolyte is corrosive and can cause irritation to eyes and

skin. It is also toxic and must not be swallowed.

If you must handle the batteries, avoid them from coming into contact with metal objects. This

may cause short circuit or overheating and you may burn yourself.

Do not attempt to recharge the batteries by heating. The battery electrolyte may leak, and may

irritate your eyes or skin.

Observe the polarity indicated. Reversing the polarity of the battery may result in electrolyte

leakage and explosion.

Remove the batteries if you do not intend to use your phone for several months.

Do not use any other telephone base for charging the handset – the batteries can be damaged.

Warning: Danger of explosion if batteries are incorrectly installed.

Use only NiMH batteries. The autonomy for the handsets indicated is based on the original capacity of the batteries.

Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions of your local authorities.

Package contents

The box contains the following:

Telephone base

Cordless handset

AC adapter

Telephone cable

User manual

Rechargeable 1.2V Ni-MH battery (600mAh)

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Important:

YOU ARE USING A BROADBAND OR ADSL LINE

To ensure proper functioning of your telephone, you need to install a filter (not supplied) between the telephone wall jack and the telephone base. Without this filter, you may experience interference to the phone and loss of broadband signal. Consult the instructions to install the filter properly.

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Presentation of your telephone

Handset

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ICON

MENU/ /OK

R/×

BIS

DESCRIPTION

Talk / H.F

MENU/MUTE/OK

HANG UP

/POWER OFF

Phonebook/BACK

UP

DOWN

Flash/Delete

Redial/Pause

Star/Lock

HASH

FUNCTION DEFINITION

When there is new call coming, press this key to receive the call.

During conversation, press this key to transfer handset and hands-free mode.

Entry to the menu functions from idle mode;

Confirming selections & actions.

In talk mode press the key to perform mute function.

In talk mode, press once to hang up the call;

In standby mode, hold for 3 seconds to power down the handset.

This key is used to enter the phonebook both in standby mode and in talk mode;

Exiting from a function during menu operation;

Scrolling up through lists and menu options;

Increasing the volume;

Review incoming number, outgoing number and phone number.

Scrolling down through lists and menu options;

Decreasing the volume.

Review incoming number, outgoing number and phone number.

The key is used to delete memory.

Delete the current input by a short pressing during menu edit; .

In talk mode once pressing to redial the last dialed number;

The key will perform PAUSE function if pressed after any digit input both in talk mode and in standby mode.

Redial the last dialed number

A Long press (3s) to activate key lock;

To set up a conference call.

In addition to its use for text and number entry,

To activate silence function by long press for 3s.

Page

Page the handset,

Register the handset to a specified base.

INT

Intercom

To set up an internal call to another handset;

To transfer an incoming call to another handset;

To set up a conference call with an external line and an internal handset.

LCD screen of the handset

The LCD displays in 3 lines, 1 st

and 2 nd

lines for ICON, 3 rd

line 12 numbers with 14-segment. The LCD map is shown below:

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Icon Description

ANTENNA

OFF HOOK

ALARM_IND

RING OFF

PHONEBOOK

VMWI_IND

Repeat CID

NEW CID

Sequence

Sequence

Left

Right

HANDSFREE

BATTERY_IND

MENU

INT

EXTERNAL

MISSED

Function

The antenna icon will always be shown on the LCD, it indicates for signal strength, flashes when the handset is out of range, disappear when registration to base is lost.

The icon will be displayed when the user has pressed TALK key

The alarm icon will be shown as steady on when the alarm is set.

The alarm icon will flash when the alarm is triggered.

The icon will be displayed when external ring set to off.

The phonebook icon will be displayed when viewing the phonebook entry.

This icon will be shown when a new voice message is received from the network. VMWI full (flashing)

Repeat call (indicate that the same calls received which un-reviewed), and the icon will be displayed.

The icon will be displayed when a new call comes.

When you scroll and review the numbers.

When you scroll and review the numbers.

The icon will display when you reviewing a number which is more than

12 digits.

The icon will display when you reviewing a number which is more than

12 digits.

The icon will be displayed when press key

The battery icon will provide both a charging indication and an indication of the current battery status to the user.

The icon will be displayed when you enter the menu settings

The icon will be displayed when making an internal call

The icon will be displayed when making an external call

The icon will be displayed when you have missed call un-reviewed.

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Menu Operation

SWITCHING ON/OFF THE HANDSET

When your handset is off, press and hold the red key until the screen turns on.

To switch off the handset, press and hold the red key until the screen turns off.

NOTE

If you do not modify the password yourself, all the passwords in this manual are default as 0000.

MENU SETTING

On idle screen, press the MENU/ /OK key to enter the menu setting, those are five sub-menus under the handset menu item.

PHONE BOOK LIST

NEW ENTRY

HANDSET MENU TREE

CALL LOG

EDIT RECORD

DEL RECORD

DELETE ALL

MEM STATUS

MISSED

RECEIVED

DIALED

BS SETTINGS DELETE HS

DIAL MODE

FLASH TIME

MODIFY PIN

BS DEFAULT

HS SETTINGS ALARM

RING SETUP

TONE SETUP

TONE

PULSE

100/300/600/1000MS default 0000 default 0000

ON (SNOOZE ON/OFF)

OFF

INT RING

EXT RING

KEY TONE

BATTERY LOW

RANGE ALARM

16 kinds LANGUAGE

HS NAME

AUTO ANSWER ON

OFF default 0000 BARRING

DATE&TIME

CONTRAST

SELECT BASE

HS DEFAULT

REGISTRATION BASE 1(2,3,4) default 5 (8 levels totally)

BASE 1,2,3,4 and AUTO default 0000

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Press ∧ or ∨ key to review the above items and then press MENU/ /OK key to confirm. Press to quit the setting state, or press (Phonebook/BACK) to back to the previous menu.

PHONE BOOK

Each individual Handset has its own phonebook, independent of each other handset, with a maximum of 50 entries, each name a maximum of 12 characters, each number a maximum of 20 digits and a melody selected between 1 and 10.

Press MENU/ /OK key. Use ∧ or ∨ key to select PHONE BOOK. Then press MENU/ /OK key to confirm.

LCD will first show: LIST. The function allows the user to review the phone book record lists by using the ∧ or ∨ key; besides, you can also make a call from phonebook.

Press ∧ or ∨ key to select NEW ENTRY item. This function allows the user to add an entry to the phone book.

1) If the phonebook is full, an appropriate message will be presented to the user as shown MEM

IS FULL

. If a free phonebook entry is available, the cursor for the name flashes.

2) Enter the name using the numerical keys with input method as follow:

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times key

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3) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm.

4) If you make a mistake, press R/× key to correct.

5) Enter the number and press MENU/ /OK key to confirm

6) Press ∧ or ∨ key to select the melody to be stored and press MENU/ /OK key to confirm.

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Press ∧ or ∨ key to select EDIT RECORD item. This function allows the user to modify a phonebook record.

1) Press MENU/ /OK key to enter, the first record in the phone book will be displayed.

2) Press ∧ or ∨ key to select the designated record to change. Once a record has been selected, the user will have the option to edit each of the name/number and change melody.

Press ∧ or ∨ key to select DEL RECORD item. This function allows the user to delete a phonebook entry.

Press ∧ or ∨ key to select DELETE ALL item. This function allows the user to delete all phonebook entries.

Press ∧ or ∨ key to select MEM STATUS item. If show 10/50, it means total 50 records can be stored in the phonebook and 10 records has been stored in it already.

CALL LOG

You can enter CALL LOG by pressing MENU/ /OK key. And there are three items in this menu,

MISSED

, RECEIVED and DIALED.

When LCD display CALL LOG

1) Press MENU/ /OK key to enter missed call lists, received call lists or dialed call lists.

2) The LCD will show the last record. (If no entries are available in the list, the LCD will be shown

EMPTY

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3) Press ∧ or ∨ key to view other record.

When the record is show, press MENU/ /OK key, use ∧ or ∨ key to choose among ADD TO PB?

DELETE? DELETE ALL?

Then press MENU/ /OK key to confirm.

ADD TO PB:

this function allows the user to add an entry from the caller list to the phone book.

DELETE:

this function allows the user to delete the currently selected entry from caller list.

DELETE ALL:

this function allows the user to delete all numbers.

BASE SETTINGS

The user is able to change the base setting in base settings item, press MENU/ /OK key and use ∧ or ∨ key to select this item. Then you can do below:

DELETE HANDSET

This function allows the user to delete a handset registration from the base.

1) Press MENU/ /OK key, the first show is DELETE HS.

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2) Press MENU/ /OK key to enter, the user will be prompted to enter the PIN code.

3) Input the correct 4-digit pin code using digit key.

4) Press ∧ or ∨ key to scroll the handset names list up and down.

5) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm. The delete handset will be deleted from the list on registered handset on the base, and the handset will behave according to the out of range condition.

NOTE:

Press and keep key for 6s, then press key 7 times swiftly, then logout the base successfully.

DIAL MODE

The user can select to change the mode in which the base will dial.

1) Press MENU/ /OK key, then using ∧ or ∨ key to select DIAL MODE item.

2) Press MENU/ /OK key to enter, and the display shows TONE.

3) Press ∧ or ∨ key to select the TONE or PULSE dial mode.

4) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm your selection.

FLASH TIME

The user can select to change the flash time (100ms, 300ms, 600ms and 1000ms).

1) Press MENU/ /OK key, then using ∧ or ∨ key to select FLASH TIME item.

2) Press MENU/ /OK key to enter.

3) Press ∧ or ∨ key to select the desired flash time among 100ms, 300ms, 600ms and 1000 ms.

4) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm your selection.

MODIFY PIN

This function allows the user to change the pin number of the currently active base.

1) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm.

2) Then using ∧ or ∨ key to select MODIFY PIN item.

3) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm, and the display shows PIN?.

4) The user will first be requested to entry the existing PIN code for the base by using numerical keys, then press MENU/ /OK to confirm.

5) If the old code is validated, the user will be prompted to enter a new PIN code (4 digits), press

MENU/ /OK

to confirm.

6) Once a new PIN code has been entered, the user will be requested to repeat to input the new

PIN code.

7) Press MENU/ /OK to confirm, the code will be stored to the base and a tone sounded.

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BASE DEFAULT

This function allows the user to restore the base setting to the factory default.

1) Press MENU/ /OK key, then using ∧ or ∨ key to select BS DEFAULT item.

2) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm.

3) The user will be prompted to enter the PIN CODE, the display shows PIN?, then press numerical keys to input code.

4) If the PIN code is validated all base settings will be returned to the factory default.

HANDSET SETTINGS

The user is able to change a number of the settings for the handset to their own individual preferences.

Using ∧ or ∨ key to select HS SETTINGS. Then you can do below:

ALARM

The user is able to set the alarm on the handset and adjust the alarm settings.

1) Press MENU/ /OK key, the first sub-menu is ALARM item.

2) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm.

3) Press ∧ or ∨ key to select ON or OFF, and press MENU/ /OK to confirm .Selection of

ALARM OFF

will turn the alarm off, and the user is dropped back to the “ALARM” menu.

Selection of ALARM ON option will turn the alarm on, then the user will be requested to set the alarm time.

4) After select ON, press MENU/ /OK key to start the time settings of alarm, 12-00 displayed with “12” flashing,

5) Press ∧ or ∨ key to edit the alarm time (including AM/PM)

6) Press MENU/ /OK key, the user will be presented with a further option to select to SNOOZE

ON

or SNOOZE OFF to enable or disable the snooze function on the alarm.

7) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm your selection. And the alarm icon will show on LCD.

Startup alarm:

In idle state, the alarm will ring at very sharp hour you have set.

Intermit alarm:

During the alarming, press any key except (HANG UP/POWER OFF key), and will begin to ring after 6 minutes. When a call comes, the alarm will be stopped too, but then handset will begin to ring after 6 minutes.

Close alarm:

Press select OFF.

(HANG UP/POWER OFF key) to close alarm or enter alarm setting state,

RING SETUP

The user is able to change the handset ringing on internal calls and External calls. There are 10 ringer melodies and 5 different volume levels can be set.

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1) Press MENU/ /OK key, then using ∧ or ∨ key to select “RING SETUP” item.

2) Press MENU/ /OK key to enter.

3) Press ∧ or ∨ key to select the INT RING and EXT RING setup.

4) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm.

5) Press ∧ or ∨ key to select the MELODY and VOLUME setup.

If select MELODY,

1) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm.

2) Press ∧ or ∨ key to select desired melody, the corresponding melody sound can be heard with the selection.

3) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm your selection.

If select VOLUME,

1) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm.

2) Press ∧ or ∨ key to select desired ringer volume 1- 5, the corresponding volume sound can be heard. if you want to switch off select OFF.

3) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm your selection.

NOTE

1) If you select ring OFF for INT RING, when transfer call to this unit, it will not ring;

2) If you select ring OFF for EXT RING, there will be a ringing off icon display on LCD and when there is an incoming call, the handset will not ring.(Shortcut key: press and hold

key to switch the handset external call ring on/off)

TONE SETUP

The user is able to change the handset tone settings.

1) Press MENU/ /OK key, then using ∧ or ∨ key to select TONE SETUP item.

2) Press MENU/ /OK key to enter.

3) Press ∧ or ∨ key to select the KEY TONE and BATTERY LOW, RANGE ALARM setup.

4) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm.

5) Press ∧ or ∨ key to select the ON or OFF to enable/disable the sounding of a beep respectively.

6) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm your selection.

NOTE: after this setting,

A beep for key tone will sound when a key is pressed on the handset.

A beep for battery low then the battery is low.

A beep for range alarm will sound when the handset is out of ringed of the base.

LANGUAGE

The handset will support up to 16 pre-defined languages.

1) Press MENU/ /OK key, then using ∧ or ∨ key to select LANGUAGE item.

2) Press MENU/ /OK key to enter. First display is ENGLISH.

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3) Press ∧ or ∨ key to select the language. Each language will display in its own native translation.

4) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm your selection.

HANDSET NAME

The operation will allow the user to change the handset name

1) Press MENU/ /OK key. Using ∧ or ∨ key to select “HS NAME”,

2) Press MENU/ /OK key, when the function is selected, the screen will display the current handset label.

3) Enter the handset label, input the handset name.

4) If you make a mistake, press R/× key to correct.

5) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm.

AUTO ANSWER

The Handset can be set to answer an incoming call automatically when it is on the cradle. The user is able to select to enable/disable this auto answer feature.

1) Press MENU/ /OK key. Using ∧ or ∨ key to select AUTO ANSWER,

2) Press MENU/ /OK key to enter.

3) Press ∧ or ∨ key to select On or OFF

4) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm your selection. Exit from this sub-menu will return the user to the AUTO ANSWER.

BARRING

The Handset can be set to disable all external outgoing calls or special outgoing call. The user is able to select to enable/disable this feature. Note that internal calls to intercom or conference will still be available.

1) Press MENU/ /OK key. Using ∧ or ∨ key to select BARRING,

2) Press MENU/ /OK key the user will be prompted to enter the PIN code, input 4-digit code

(defaulted as 0000).

3) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm, then using ∧ or ∨ key to select ON or OFF, press

MENU/ /OK

key to confirm.

4) If select ON, the display shows NUMBER 1, press ∧ or ∨ to choose NUMBER i(i=1~4).

5) Then press MENU/ /OK to confirm, using the numerical key to input number (maximum 4 digits) which you want to barring. (For example: if you set barring number is 1234, then the numbers begin with 1234 will be not allowed to be dialed out, and LCD display CALLS BARRED.)

6) Press MENU/ /OK to confirm. Repeat the above steps to set the rest of 3 groups.

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DATE & TIME

The user is able to set the date and time on the handset, by selecting the following option.

Press MENU/ /OK key to enter date and time settings.

1) Press MENU/ /OK key. Using ∧ or ∨ key to select DATE&TIME,

2) Press MENU/ /OK key and the last two digits of the year flashes.

3) Edit the year, month, time and date by pressing ∧ or ∨ key.

4) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm the setting, and return to the “DATE & TIME” menu.

NOTE:

The date and time will be automatically set when the first caller ID message is received.

CONTRAST

The user is able to set the contrast of the LCD display, by selecting the following options.

Press MENU/ /OK key to enter LCD display contrast settings.

1) Press MENU/ /OK key. Using ∧ or ∨ key to select CONTRAST,

2) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm, then press ∧ or ∨ key to select from 1-8 levels.

SELECT BASE

This function allows the user to register the handset to existing base (with other handset registration)

1) Press MENU/ /OK key, then using ∧ or ∨ key to choose SELECT BASE.

2) Press MENU/ /OK key and the LCD displays BASE 1 + .

3) Press ∧ or ∨ to select base (BASE 1~4) or AUTO.

4) Press MENU/ /OK to begin searching, if you hear a sound of “di-du”, means register successful.

HANDSET DEFAULT

This function allows the user to restore the handset setting to the factory default.

1) Press MENU/ /OK key, then using ∧ or ∨ key to select HS DEFAULT item.

2) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm.

3) The user will be prompted to enter the PIN CODE, the display shows PIN?, then press numerical keys to input code.

4) If the PIN code is validated all base settings will be returned to the factory default.

REGISTRATION

Maximum 5 handsets can be linked to the same base unit by the follow ways,

Maximum 4 bases can be linked to the same handset by the follow ways:

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1) In standby mode, press MENU/ /OK key, then using ∧ or ∨ key to select REGISTERATION item.

2) Press MENU/ /OK key to enter. Press ∧ or ∨ key to select BASE from BASE1, BASE2,

BASE3

or BASE 4.

3) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm, LCD displays PIN? Then enter the pin code (defaulted as

0000, if input wrong number, press R/× to delete).

4) When finished press MENU/ /OK key to confirm. LCD display SEARCHING, then press and hold key until you has get DI-DU- DU- sound. The handset and base have registration successfully.

NOTE:

1) If the handset and base is fail to registration successfully, the handset will return to the standby mode.

2) You can repeat the above steps to register another handset for the same base, and the successfully registered handset will displays HS2 or HS3 on the LCD according to the registration sequence.

3) Press key to page the handset when you can’t find it.

OPERATION

Handset and hands-free mode

Press key once to obtain a dial tone, dial your number, when you hear the called party answers the phone, you can begin your conversation.

During the conversation, press key to transfer the conversation mode between handset and hands-free.

Hands-free and handset volume control

During handset mode, press ∧ or ∨ key to adjust the handset volume. There are 5 levels for selection.

During hands-free mode, press ∧ or ∨ key to adjust the speaker volume. There are 6 levels for selection.

Mute the speakerphone

During a call, press MENU/ /OK key once to mute the mouthpiece and MUTE will show on LCD.

Press MENU/ /OK key again to get back to the call and the MUTE will disappear.

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Caller ID

– type I & II

TYPE I

After you have applied the caller ID service, you can see the caller phone number during an incoming ring.

TYPE II

During the conversation, the phone number of the incoming call of the second caller can be seen in the unit.

This function can be worked when the user applied the Telecom service.

Auto timer

The timer will start automatically after 6s of the telephone line is engaged.

Flash

When dial a number and the line is busy, press R/× and BIS key to dial it out again.

Pause

Press BIS key will insert a time delay of 3.6 seconds in a dialing sequence.

Pre-dialing

The unit has pre-dialing function, when you may enter and edit the number before dial it out.

The following procedure describes how to use this function:

1. In idle mode, enter the number you want to dial. During entering, you can press R/× key to correct the number.

2. Press key, the unit will dial out the number show on the LCD.

Redial function

1. Press key,

2. Press BIS key, the last dialed number will be dialed again

NOTE:

the maximum length of name & number are 12 characters & 20 digits respectively.

Name matching

If you have edited the incoming message with different name, next time with the same incoming number will display the modify name.

Review /delete /call back incoming numbers

Review

In standby mode, press ∧ key once and then use ∧ or ∨ key to scroll and review the incoming numbers.

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Delete

When the desired number displayed on LCD, press R/× key one time to delete it.

Call back

When the desired number is shown, press key to dial out the number.

Review /delete /call back outgoing numbers

Review

In standby mode, press ∨ key once and then use ∧ or ∨ key to scroll and review the incoming numbers

Delete

When the desired number displayed on LCD, press R/× key one time to delete it.

Call back

When the desired number is shown, press key to dial out the number.

Edit & copy incoming messages to phonebook

The user can store the incoming number to the phone book based on the following procedures:

1) Press ∧ key once, LCD will show the last received record.

2) Press ∧ or ∨ key to select the designated message.

3) Press MENU/ /OK key to select “ADD TO PB”.

4) Press MENU/ /OK key to confirm to edit the incoming message.

5) The user can delete the character by pressing R/× key.

6) If there is no change, press MENU/ /OK key to confirm and the record will be copied from caller list to phone book.

View & dial out phone numbers from phonebook

There are 50 phonebook memories; each memory can store 12 characters and 20 digits.

1) In standby mode, press key.

2) Then press ∧ or ∨ key to review the number.

3) When the desired number is shown on LCD and press the key to dial out the number automatically.

Memory full

There are 50 phone book memories.

The LCD will show memory full when all memories have been occupied in the phone book, the user should delete some messages which are stored in the phonebook.

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Intercom

The intercom feature is activated by pressing the INT key.

1. In idle mode, press INT key once.

2. The user will be prompted to select the number of the internal handset with which you wish to connect.

3. The destination handset will ring. Press the key to enter conversation mode. To end intercom mode, either handset can hang up the call by press key.

Call transfer

During a call, it’s to transfer the call to another handset.

1. During a phone call, press INT key once, you will be prompted to select the number of the internal handset with which they wish to connect.

2. The destination handset will ring. With the melody defined for an internal call.

3. Press the key of the other handset to accept the call.

The two internal handsets will be connected. To complete the transfer of the call, the initiating handset should be placed on the cradle and the external call will now be connected to the second handset.

Party conference call

1. When a call comes, Press (HS1) key

2. Then press (HS1) INT key once, you will be prompted to select the number of the internal handset with which you wish to connect.

3. The destination handset will ring.

4. Press (HS2) the key to accept call.

5. Press (HS1) then the key then you can talk all together.

6. Press (HANG UP/POWER OFF) to quit the party conference, and other parties can also continue to communication.

To lock/unlock the keypad

To lock the keypad

Press and hold the key for about 2 seconds.

You will hear a beep tone, while the keypad is locked, any key you press is invalid.

To unlock the keypad

Press and hold the key for about 2 seconds.

You will hear a beep tone, the handset will be unlocked and it will go back to idle mode.

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Trouble shooting

LCD become dim

Adjust LCD contrast, if the LCD is still dim, charge the batteries.

Ring volume too low

Check if the ringing volume is set improper, reset it.

Receive only

Check if you have set the barring number, if you want dial out this number, reset the barring number.

The base can not page the handset

Repeat the registration operations to register the base and handset again.

Most of the functions failed

Check if the batteries are strong enough, charge the batteries.

If batteries are ok, remove the battery, unplug the lines and reinstall after 10 minutes.

Note:

If none of the above suggestions solves your problems, try unplugging the telephone base from the mains and removing the batteries from all handsets. Wait 15 minutes and then reconnect everything.

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Declaration of conformity

This appliance complies with the essential requirements and other provisions of Directive 1995/5/EC.

The declaration of conformity is available at: www.logisav.fr

- This logo on the product indicates that it is an appliance whose treatment as waste falls within the framework of Directive 2002/96/EC of 27 January 2003 on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).

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The presence of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment may have potential effects on the environment and human health in the reprocessing cycle of this product

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Therefore, at the end of service life of this appliance, you should not dispose of it as normal household waste.

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Your role as an end-user is vital in the cycle of reuse, recycling and other forms of recovery of waste electrical and electronic equipment. Recycling and collection systems are made available by local authorities and distributors.

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You have an obligation to use the collection systems at your disposal.

Used batteries shall be deposited at an appropriate collection point. Never dispose of batteries with normal household waste.

Imported by ADMEA, 12 Rue Jules Ferry, 93110 Rosny sous bois, France.

THOMSON is a trademark of Technicolor SA used under license by ADMEA.

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