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Revolabs 10-FLX2-020-POTS Product specifications
REVOLABS FLX2TM
Wireless Conference System
for analog phone lines
System Guide
Models:
10-FLX2-200-POTS
10-FLX2-020-POTS
10-FLX2-002-POTS
10-FLX2-101-POTS
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Revolabs, Inc. Product specifications are subject to change without notice.
Revolabs FLX2 System Guide – Analog
10-FLX2SYSGUIDE-EN
July 2011 (Rev 1.2)
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Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the Revolabs FLX2TM Wireless Conference Phone.
This system utilizes state of the art technology providing high band-width audio and
enabling clear, reliable, un-tethered communications with your telephone, PC, mobile
device, and video conferencing system.
The Revolabs FLX2 Conferencing Phone allows enhanced freedom for telephone and
video conferences by allowing independent locations of the microphones and the
speaker used during the call.
The FLX2 Conference Phone utilizes encrypted digital communication for its wireless
transport, ensuring highest security for your conversations. The FLX2 Conference
Phone is a flexible solution for all your communication needs, allowing it to be used in
your telephone network, for your video conferences, and with your Bluetooth enabled
cell phone or computer.
Welcome to the 21st century Unified Communications Technology!
Please read this documentation carefully and follow the instructions before using your
FLX2 Wireless Conference phone.
Safety Warnings
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Do not expose any of the FLX2 components to water, moisture, or high humidity.
Do not expose any of the FLX2 components to extreme high or low temperatures.
Do not expose any of the FLX2 components to lit candles, cigarettes, cigars, or to
open flames, etc.
Do not drop, throw, or try to bend any of the components, as rough treatment could
damage them.
Do not open the casings of any of the components of the FLX2 Conference Phone
Do not use any other accessories than Revolabs’ originals intended for use with
this product. Use of non-original accessories may result in loss of performance,
damage to the product, fire, electric shock or injury. The warranty does not cover
product failures which have been caused by use of non-original accessories.
Only use the power adapters provided to connect the components to the electric
mains.
Please note the two different power supplies delivered with the Conference Phone.
Ensure that you connect the right power supply with the FLX2 Base Station and
the FLX2 Charging Tray, respectively.
Do not open or try to modify any of the batteries delivered with the FLX2
Conference Phone components. Replace batteries only with Revolabs approved
batteries.
Extreme heat, short circuits, or any attempt to open or modify the batteries might
cause them to ignite or explode.
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Contents
Introduction ............................................................................................................................................ 3
Safety Warnings ..................................................................................................................................... 3
Contents .................................................................................................................................................... 4
General Information ............................................................................................................................ 6
Quick setup for Telephone Conference Calls ............................................................................... 7
Description .............................................................................................................................................. 9
Unpacking ............................................................................................................................................................ 9
Installing FLX2 Components ........................................................................................................... 10
FLX2 Base Station .......................................................................................................................................... 10
FLX2 Charger Base......................................................................................................................................... 11
FLX Dialer ......................................................................................................................................................... 12
FLX Speaker ..................................................................................................................................................... 13
FLX Microphones ........................................................................................................................................... 14
Initial Setup...................................................................................................................................................... 15
Managing A Call .................................................................................................................................... 15
Calling Configurations.................................................................................................................................. 15
FLX Home Screen ........................................................................................................................................... 17
Placing a Telephone Call ............................................................................................................................. 17
Answering an Incoming Telephone Call ................................................................................................ 18
Ignoring an Incoming Telephone Call .................................................................................................... 18
Ending a Telephone call ............................................................................................................................. 19
Calling a Directory Contact ......................................................................................................................... 19
Active Call Management .............................................................................................................................. 19
Charging Components during a Call ........................................................................................................ 21
Bluetooth................................................................................................................................................ 23
Activating Bluetooth ..................................................................................................................................... 23
Managing the Device Registry ................................................................................................................... 23
Making a call via Bluetooth ........................................................................................................................ 25
Answering a call via Bluetooth ................................................................................................................. 25
Video Conference Collaboration .................................................................................................... 26
Connecting a Video Conference System ................................................................................................. 26
Configuring the Analog Audio ................................................................................................................... 26
Making a Video Call ....................................................................................................................................... 26
Mixing the audio signals .............................................................................................................................. 27
FLX2 System Configuration.............................................................................................................. 28
Menu Hierarchy .............................................................................................................................................. 28
Menu Navigation ............................................................................................................................................ 28
Recent Calls ...................................................................................................................................................... 29
Contacts ............................................................................................................................................................. 31
Audio Control .................................................................................................................................................. 34
Device Status ................................................................................................................................................... 36
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System Information ...................................................................................................................................... 36
Bluetooth .......................................................................................................................................................... 36
Home .................................................................................................................................................................. 36
Call....................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Setup ................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Power On/Off the System Components ....................................................................................... 43
Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................................. 44
Warning Messages ......................................................................................................................................... 44
Microphone, Speaker, or Dialer not connecting to Base Station .................................................. 45
Microphone, Speaker, or Dialer not paired with Base Station ...................................................... 46
Telephone Interface problems ................................................................................................................. 46
Cannot dial numbers .................................................................................................................................... 46
Two phones using the same extension .................................................................................................. 46
LED Indicators................................................................................................................................................. 47
Reset to Factory Defaults ............................................................................................................................ 49
Technical Specifications ................................................................................................................... 50
Models ................................................................................................................................................................ 50
Regulatory Information .................................................................................................................... 52
FCC Notice to Users ........................................................................................................................................ 52
Industry Canada Notice to Users .............................................................................................................. 52
Restricted use with certain medical devices ........................................................................................... 53
Export Law Assurance .................................................................................................................................. 53
North American UPCS Usage Restriction ............................................................................................... 53
European Union Usage Restriction ......................................................................................................... 53
WEEE Notification .......................................................................................................................................... 53
Limited Warranty and Limitation of Liability ........................................................................... 56
Technical Support ............................................................................................................................... 57
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General Information
The Revolabs FLX2 Conference Phone includes several components which, in the sum,
make up the conferencing phone. The components are the Charge Base, Speaker,
Microphones and Dialer (handset).
In addition, the Base Station receives the wireless signals from those components and
connects into your telephone network for conference calls, with your video conferencing
unit to provide outstanding audio for your video calls, or to your Bluetooth enabled
device such as a cell phone or computer.
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Quick setup for Telephone Conference Calls
While all components delivered with the Revolabs FLX2 Conference Phone are partially
charged, we recommend charging the Speaker, the Microphones, and the Dialer for at
least 8 hours or overnight before starting to use the system.
Please note that the Revolabs FLX2 Conference Phone comes with two different power
supplies. Please ensure that you are using the correct power supply when connecting
the Base Station and the Charger Base.
Connecting the Base Station
Place the Base Station close to the analog
telephone outlet you want to use for the
conference phone. Connect the Base Station to
the telephone network using the provided RJ 11
Telephone cable. Use the 5 Volt power supply to
connect the Base Station to the power outlet.
The Base Station will power up.
Connecting the Charger Base
Place the Charger Base at a location where you
can easily access the Microphones and the
Speaker for your conference calls, e.g. on a side
board, a desk, or the conference table. Connect
the Charger Base to the power outlet using the
provided 12-15V power supply. Place the
Speaker, the Microphones, and the Dialer in the
respective openings of the Charger Base to
charge them.
The Microphones, Dialer and Speaker will
automatically connect to the Base Station after a
short time if it is powered up. You will hear a
confirmation chime from the Speaker once the
system is ready for use. If any of the
Microphones, the Speaker, or the Dialer is not
powered up, take them out of the Charger Base
for a few seconds and put them back in. This will
switch on each of the components.
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Making a call
To make a conference call, take at least one of the Microphones out of the Charger
Base, and take the Dialer out of the Charger Base. You can remove all Microphones
and the Speaker if you wish, but this is not required. Use the Dialer to enter the number
you want to call, including any leading digits your telephone connection might require.
The Speaker and any Microphone that is not in the Charger Base will be active during
the call. To finish a conference call, press the red hang-up button on the Dialer.
NOTE: It is also possible to have a conference call with the
microphones in the charger base. However, due to the
proximity of microphone and speaker at that time, audio
quality might be impacted. The maximum volume of the
speaker is limited while the microphones are in the charger
base. Microphones that are placed into the charger base will
be automatically muted. To use microphones in the charger
base they have to be unmuted manually after establishing the
call. If any microphone is active outside of the charger bay,
microphones in the charger bay cannot be activated (unmuted)
for the call.
To make a call using the Dialer as a handset, make sure that all Microphones are in the
Charger Base before starting to dial the number. At this point, only the Dialer will be
used for the call. To end the call, press the red hang-up button on the Dialer.
At any time during a call you can toggle between handset and conference phone mode
using the buttons on the Dialer.
To answer a call using the conference phone, simply remove one or more Microphones
from the Charger Base when the Speaker rings. If a microphone is already out of the
charger base when an incoming call comes in, pressing the button on the microphone
will answer the call in conference phone mode. You can also use the Dialer to answer
the call by pressing the green call button on the handset. If all microphones are in the
charger at this time, the call will be answered using the handset mode. If at least one
microphone is switched on and not in the charger base, this will answer the call in
Conference phone mode.
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Description
The Revolabs FLX2™ Wireless Conference Phone is a unique marriage of innovative
technology and ergonomic design, allowing for an unparalleled experience when
making telephone calls, video conference calls, or using it with your Bluetooth enabled
cell phone or computer to make speaker phone calls.
The technology used allows the Microphones, the Dialer, and the Speaker to co-exist
with other wireless products such as wireless LANs (802.11b&g) without interference.
The Revolabs FLX2 Conference Phone includes digital encryption technology to ensure
secure wireless communications between the Microphones, Speaker and the Base
Station.
Unpacking
Your Revolabs FLX2™ Conference Phone package contains the following items. When
unpacking the system be sure to take inventory of all parts to ensure that nothing is
missing. If parts are missing, please contact your retailer.
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FLX2 Base Station
FLX2 Charger Base
FLX Speaker
FLX Dialer
2 FLX Microphones
1 12-15V AC adapter for the Charger Base
1 5 V AC adapter for the Base Station
RJ11 Telephone Cable
Quick Setup Guide
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Installing FLX2 Components
The Revolabs FLX2TM System is comprised of several components that work together
to provide you with a great wireless conferencing system. These components must be
setup correctly for optimal performance of the system.
FLX2 Base Station
The Base Station is the wireless receiver and sender of the audio stream from the
Microphones and to the Speaker, as well as to the Dialer. It features the ability to
connect two Revolabs FLX Microphones and one Speaker wirelessly.
The Base Station is designed to optimize audio and video conferencing by providing
consistent audio input from all participants.
The FLX2 Base Station is shown in rear panel view below. It is equipped with a
telephone connection to connect to an analog telephone output, a DC power
connection, two mini-USB ports for firmware updates, and analog audio input/output
connections for video conferencing collaboration or for recording.
NOTE: The Base Station comes equipped with the necessary
cables and power supplies to perform an analog telephone
conference call. Other types of conference calls performed with
FLX2 may require additional cables that are not part of the
delivery.
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FLX2 Charger Base
The FLX2 Charger Base, shown below, provides charging capabilities for all battery
operated system components, including the Dialer, the Speaker, and the Microphones,
by allowing them to charge in one simple and organized location.
The FLX2 Charger Base is not required while in a conference call, however it can
maintain the charge of the FLX Speaker and FLX Dialer while a call is in progress. The
Charger Base is equipped with a DC power connection and a mini-USB connection for
firmware updates to the Dialer.
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FLX Dialer
The FLX Dialer equips the user with an intuitive and interactive tool for configuring and
operating the FLX System.
The Dialer is not only used to make and answer conference calls, but it is also used for
configuring the system settings, having a call using the handset, and monitoring the
system components.
The FLX Dialer, shown below, is composed of several parts such as a color LCD
screen, a compilation of buttons, and a microphone and handset speaker.
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FLX Speaker
The FLX Speaker, shown below, is a wireless active omnidirectional speaker that has
been designed and optimized specifically for use with the FLX Conferencing System.
The Speaker is equipped with a pairing button on the bottom and 4 LED indicators on
the top to display the activity of the Speaker and the mute status of the system. The
Speaker can operate in or out of the Charger Base during conference calls.
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FLX Microphones
The FLX Microphones provide a sleek and unobtrusive form factor allowing for closer
proximity to the participants and creating the best audio available to the far end. They
are equipped with a button for pairing and muting, an LED indicator to display mute
status and battery charge level, and an internal buzzer to warn if the Microphones have
lost connection to the Base Station.
The FLX Microphones, shown below, come in three different versions to provide a
flexible solution to meet all applications of conferencing spaces. Microphone types
include an omnidirectional tabletop Microphone, a directional tabletop Microphone, and
a wearable lapel style Microphone. Any combination of FLX Microphone can be used
with a FLX System as they are mix and match.
FLX Microphones will operate in or out of the Charger Base. It is recommended to
always remove the microphones from the charger tray for conference calls as audio on
the speaker and the microphones is limited while in the charger base. When using
Microphones in the charger tray system behavior is automatically adjusted to the close
proximity of speaker and microphones.
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Initial Setup
After unpacking the FLX2 Conferencing System, there are a few initial setup tasks that
must be performed before a call can take place or any system configuration can be
changed.
Connecting System Cables
The FLX2 Base Station and Charger Base each have a power supply that needs to be
connected, as shown below. In addition, the Base Station needs to be connected to the
telephone network using the provided RJ11 telephone cable before a conference call
can be made. The Base Station offers additional optional connections that are only
being used when the FLX2 System is connected to a video conferencing unit or a
recording device. The cables required for these connections are not included with the
FLX2 system and need to be purchased separately.
Managing A Call
The FLX2 Wireless Conferencing system is equipped with a telephone interface that
allows the system to make telephone conference calls. The following are the basic
operational instructions for making and receiving telephone conference calls.
Calling Configurations
The FLX2 Wireless Conferencing system has the ability to make and receive calls in
many different ways. This provides the caller the ability to choose what mode or call
type best suits the needs of each individual call.
Speaker Mode
Speaker mode allows the call to take place using the Speaker and Microphones
provided with the FLX2 System. This allows multiple users, within the conference room,
to participate in the call. It also provides the ability for the Microphones and Speaker to
be located anywhere in the conference room to meet the needs of each meeting. The
call, as well as the Speaker and Microphones, are controlled by the FLX Dialer. The
user can switch between ‘speaker mode’ and ‘handset mode’ while in a call.
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Handset Mode
Handset mode allows a telephone call to take place through the handset speaker and
microphone located in the FLX Dialer. This allows a single user to make and receive a
private call. It also provides the ability for the FLX2 System to act as a personal desk
phone. The Microphones and Speaker are not used during a handset call. The user can
switch between ‘speaker mode’ and ‘handset mode’ while actively in a call by using the
key marked ‘‘Handset’ or ‘Speaker’.
NOTE: To switch from a handset call to a speaker call at least
one Microphone should be out of the Charger Base and
switched on, and the Speaker must be switched on. If all
Microphones are in the Charger Base when switching from the
handset call to a speaker call, at least one of the Microphones
in the Charger Base has to be unmuted manually.
Telephone Call
The FLX2 Conference Phone allows making conference calls using an analog
telephone connection. A telephone call can be made using either ‘speaker mode’ or
‘handset mode’. A telephone call can be made at the same time as a video call.
Telephone calls are controlled via the FLX Dialer.
Bluetooth Call
The FLX2 System is equipped with a Bluetooth interface that supports the Hands Free
Profile (HFP). This profile allows the user to make a call through a cell phone, a
computer, or other device via a Bluetooth connection. A Bluetooth call can be made
using ‘speaker mode’ only. A Bluetooth call is controlled by the connected Bluetooth
device. A Bluetooth call can be made at the same time as a video call.
NOTE: Revolabs FLX only supports the Hands Free Profile
(HFP) for Bluetooth 2.0 or higher. Applications that try to use
the Bluetooth connection not using the HFP profile, or that are
using an older HFP / Bluetooth standard are not supported by
FLX.
Video Conference Call
The FLX2 System can be connected to a 3rd party video or PC conferencing system via
the Analog I/O ports located on the FLX2 Base Station. This allows the Microphones
and Speaker to be used as the audio interface for the video conference call. Video
Conference calls are controlled primarily by the video conference system. However,
audio properties can be controlled via the FLX Dialer. While the FLX2 Conference
Phone is connected to a video conferencing device, it might still make and accept calls
over the analog telephone connection or via a Bluetooth device.
NOTE: When using the FLX connected through the AUX IN
and AUX OUT to another device, only the FLX speaker can be
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used. All other speakers must be switched off. Any Echo
Cancellation provided on the Video Conferencing unit must be
switched off.
NOTE: For security reasons, Microphones will not send any
audio signal to the AUX OUT connector when in the charger.
To receive audio signal on the AUX OUT, microphones have to
be taken out of the Charger Base.
FLX Home Screen
Whenever the FLX is not in a call, the FLX Dialer will
show the FLX Home Screen. If time and date have been
set or received from the network, the screen will show this
information. Otherwise it will be blank.
From the home screen a call can be started, or the system
menu can be entered.
Placing a Telephone Call
1. From the home screen on the FLX Dialer enter the
phone number to be called.
2. Once the number is entered completely, press the
green ‘call’ button to initiate the phone call.
3. If any Microphones are out of the Charger Base and
active, the call will default to ‘speaker mode’ and
will be identified by the ring tone being played out of
the Speaker.
4. If no Microphones are outside the Charger Base the
call will default to ‘handset mode’ and the call will
take place on the FLX Dialer.
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Answering an Incoming Telephone Call
1. When the FLX2 System identifies an incoming call,
it will play the ring tone through the FLX Speaker. If
the Dialer is not in the Charger Base it will play a
ring tone, too.
2. If your phone line supports caller ID, and the caller
has not suppressed their caller ID information, the
FLX Dialer will display the caller ID information for
the incoming call.
3. A call can be answered in one of three fashions.
a. Press the Green ‘Call’ button or the ‘Answer’
key on the FLX Dialer.
b. Remove a Microphone from the charger.
c. Press the mute/unmute button on a
Microphone that is already out of the
charger.
NOTE: If there is either no Speaker active or no Microphones
outside the Charger Base when the incoming call is answered
from the FLX Dialer, the call will default to ‘handset mode’
and will remain in ‘handset mode’. The call can only be
switched to ‘speaker mode’ if the speaker is switched on. If the
call is switched to speaker mode while all microphones are in
the charger base the microphones will have to be unmuted
manually.
Ignoring an Incoming Telephone Call
1. When the FLX2 System identifies an incoming call,
it will play the ring tone through the FLX Speaker.
2. The FLX Dialer will display the caller ID information
for the incoming call.
3. A call can be ignored in one of two fashions.
a. Press the Red ‘End Call’ button on the FLX
Dialer.
b. Press the ‘Ignore’ key on the FLX Dialer.
Note: Once the user ignores the call, the system will
cease to ring, but the option to answer is available until
the caller disconnects.
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Ending a Telephone call
1. A call can be ended in two fashions.
a. Press the Red ‘End Call’ button on the FLX
Dialer during a call.
b. Place the Dialer in the charger.
(‘Handset mode’ only)
2. When a call is ended the FLX Dialer will display the
phone number and the call duration for 2 seconds.
3. After 2 seconds, the home screen is shown, and
system is ready for calls.
4. Microphones not in the Charger Base will maintain
their mute states (muted / unmuted) when a call is
ended, and will start in this state when another call
is made.
Calling a Directory Contact
1. A directory contact can be called in one of two
ways.
a. Browse to contact menu: Menu  Contacts.
Select the contact, and press the green ‘Call’
key.
b. Browse to contact menu: Menu 
Contacts. Select the contact, and press
the ‘Enter’ key or the ‘View’ key. From
the contact view screen, press the
green ‘Call’ key.
Active Call Management
The FLX2 System has many call features that can be used when receiving or making
phone calls. These features can be controlled via the FLX Dialer during the call.
Caller ID
1. If the incoming caller is in the Contact List, Caller ID
will display both name and number of the incoming
contact.
2. If the incoming caller is not in the Contact List,
Caller ID will display the incoming information from
the network, which might include the telephone
number and Caller ID.
NOTE: An incoming Bluetooth call will display caller ID
information as well.
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Muting a Call
1. In handset mode, the ‘Mute’ and ‘UnMute’ key will
mute/unmute the FLX Dialer microphone, not the
wireless Microphones.
2. In speaker mode, the ‘Mute’ and ‘UnMute’ key will
mute/unmute all wireless Microphones.
NOTE: If the setting ‘All Mic Mute’ is OFF, the Microphone
mute buttons will be locked while the Master Mute is active.
The Master Mute can only be deactivated via the FLX Dialer.
Once deactivated, the Microphones will return to their previous
mute state. If ‘All Mic Mute’ is ON, the Mute / UnMute button
on the FLX Dialer and the mute buttons on the FLX
Microphones work together. Pressing either of these buttons
will mute / unmute all microphones out of the Charger Base, or
in the Charger Base if no microphone is outside.
Active Call Menu
During a call, pressing the ‘Enter’ key will open the ‘Active
Call Menu’. This menu allows putting a caller on hold, start
a Conference call based on a dialed number, a contact, or a
recent call. It also provides access to the Device Status
menu (see page 36), Audio Controls (see page 34) and the
System Info menu (see page 36).
Placing a Call on Hold
1. Access the Active Call Menu by pressing the ‘Enter’
key during a call. Select menu item ‘Hold’.
2. To resume the call press the ‘Resume’ key.
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Conference Call
1. Press the ‘Enter’ key to access the Active Call Menu
and select ‘Conference’.
2. Create the second call by selecting Dialer, Contacts,
or Recent.
3. Initiate the second call.
4. After the second call has been established, merge the
two calls by pressing the green ‘Call’ button again.
Call Waiting
1. While a call is active and the FLX2 System receives
a second call, the Speaker or Dialer will play the call
waiting indication tone.
2. If available, the FLX Dialer displays the incoming
caller number and name.
3. The FLX Dialer presents the user with the option to
‘Answer’ the call.
4. If no action is taken and the second call aborts, the
FLX Dialer will show the previous Active call screen
again.
5. When answering the second call, the first call is put
on hold. Use the green ‘Call’ button to resume the
first call, ending the second.
NOTE: When using the red ‘End Call’ button while another caller is on hold, that caller will
remain on-hold in the telephone network. The FLX2 Conference Phone will not be able to
retrieve that call.
Charging Components during a Call
Each system component will respond differently when placed in or out of the charger
during an active telephone call. The following is a description of what can be expected.
Dialer
When the Dialer is placed into the Charger Base during a call in ‘speaker mode’, the call
will not be affected and the Dialer will enter its charging mode.
When the Dialer is placed into the Charger Base during a ‘handset mode’ call, the call
will end and the Dialer will enter its charging mode.
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When the Dialer is removed from the Charger Base no change to call activity will take
place. If there is no active call, the Dialer will revert to the home screen.
Speaker
When the Speaker is placed into the charger during a call the Speaker will reboot and
enter its charging mode. During the reboot the incoming audio from the conference call
will mute until the reboot is complete (approximately 6 seconds). Once the reboot is
complete the audio will resume on the speaker.
When the Speaker is removed from the charger no change to call activity will take
place.
Microphones
When a Microphone is placed into the charger during a call it will automatically reboot,
and then mute and enter its charging mode. If all Microphones are placed into the
charger during a speaker call, all Microphones will mute and will need to be manually
un-muted. It is not recommended to use the Microphones in the Charger Base for a
speaker call.
If at least one Microphone is outside the charger base active, the Microphone in the
Charger Base cannot be unmuted.
When a Microphone is removed from the charger, it will automatically power on and if
“Start Unmute” is ON, unmute itself. If there is an incoming call when a Microphone is
removed from the charger the call will automatically be answered.
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Bluetooth
The FLX2 System is equipped with a Bluetooth interface allowing a call to be placed
through a cell phone, computer, or 3rd party Bluetooth device. The FLX Microphones
and Speaker then act as the Microphone and Speaker for that call.
The FLX2 System only supports the Hands Free Profile for Bluetooth 2.0 or newer.
Should the application on the computer, cell phone, or other 3 rd party device require
other profiles to be supported, FLX cannot act as the Speaker and Microphone for that
application. Please contact the provider of the application to find out which Bluetooth
profile can be supported.
Activating Bluetooth
1. Go to the Menu Bluetooth. Select ‘Turn On’ to
activate Bluetooth.
2. Select ‘Yes’ when prompted 'Enable Bluetooth
Radio?'.
Managing the Device Registry
The FLX2 Bluetooth interface has a device registry where it activates, stores and recalls
3rd party Bluetooth devices being used by FLX2 for Bluetooth Calls. FLX can hold
information for up to four Bluetooth connections.
Device List
To see the list of Bluetooth devices the FLX has been
connected to, go to Menu Bluetooth and select
‘Device List’.
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Adding a Device
1. Go to the Menu Bluetooth. Select ‘Discovery Mode’
to activate Bluetooth and accept Bluetooth Request
from other devices.
2. The FLX Dialer displays “This device is visible to
other devices in range for 3 minutes”
3. Scan for devices from the Bluetooth device you want
to connect to the FLX2 System.
4. When the FLX2 System’s name shows up on the
Bluetooth device, select the FLX2 System, and
connect to it.
5. If prompted for confirmation, select ‘yes’. If prompted
for pin, type ‘0000’ (default).
6. Press the ‘Stop’ key in order to abort pairing
processes.
Removing a Device
1. Go to the Menu Bluetooth. Select ‘Device List’.
2. Select desired device and press the ‘Options’ key.
3. Select ‘Unpair’ in the Device Options menu.
Viewing Device Details
1. Go to the Menu Bluetooth. Select ‘Device List’.
2. Select desired device and press the ‘Enter’ key or
the ‘Select’ key to view device details
3. Device Information screen is shown with device
name, address, BT version, and date/time the
device was first connected.
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Accepting Device Connection Request
If the trust setting for a previously paired Bluetooth device is
set to ‘Ask’ and that device comes into range with the FLX2
System, a message will appear on the FLX Dialer.
1. Select ‘Yes’ to have the FLX2 System pair with the
Bluetooth device and be ready for use.
2. Select ‘No’ to have the FLX2 System ignore the
Bluetooth device until the next time it comes into
proximity of the FLX2 System.
Setting Device Trust Level
1. Go to the Menu Bluetooth. Select ‘Device List’.
2. Select the desired device and press the ‘Enter’ key
or the ‘Select’ key to view the device details.
3. Press the ‘Option’ key and then select ‘Options…’.
4. Choose either ‘Auto-Connect’ or ‘Ask’ depending on
the trust level you want to set for the Bluetooth
Device.
Making a call via Bluetooth
1. With the Bluetooth connection enabled, dial a number from the Bluetooth device.
The call will be conducted using the FLX Speaker and Microphones.
Answering a call via Bluetooth
1. You can answer a Bluetooth call directly from your FLX system. If answering the
call with the FLX system it will automatically be in speaker mode.
2. If you answer the call using your Bluetooth device, settings on that device will
determine whether the call will be answered as a speaker call using the FLX
Conference Phone, or as a call using other audio devices. If you want to have a
private call not using the FLX as the Speaker of the call, ensure that you select
the correct audio output device in your Bluetooth enabled device.
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Video Conference Collaboration
The FLX2 System is equipped with balanced analog audio input and output to be
connected to 3rd party video or PC conferencing system. This allows the FLX
Microphones and Speaker to be used as Microphones and Speaker for the video call. It
also provides Acoustic Echo Cancelation and Noise Control to the video call.
Connecting a Video Conference System
In the advanced audio setting (see page 38), change the Aux Audio setting for Aux Out
to MIC. Then connect one of the AUX OUT on the FLX2 Base Station via an
appropriate mono balanced or unbalanced cable with 3.5mm plugs to the ‘Mic Input’ on
the video conference system.
The line level audio AUX IN on the FLX2 Base Station should be connected, via the
appropriate mono balanced or unbalanced 3.5mm cable, to the ‘line output’ of the video
conference system.
As the FLX system provides the Echo Cancelation for the call, any Echo Canceler in the
Video Conferencing unit needs to be switched off. Not switching off the Echo Canceler
in the Video Conferencing unit will negatively affect the audio on the FLX Speaker and
Microphones. Please visit the documentation of your video conferencing unit on how to
disable the Echo Canceler.
Any audio device like external speaker or TV speaker attached to the video
conferencing unit needs to be disabled. The FLX Speaker and Microphones become
your only audio devices for the Video Conferencing call. Any other devices will affect
the Echo Canceler and will cause negative impact on the audio of the call.
NOTE: For security reasons the FLX Microphones will not
send any audio to the AUX OUT while in the Charger Base.
The microphones have to be removed from the Charger Base to
send audio data to the AUX OUT connector.
Configuring the Analog Audio
For best audio results, the AUX IN and AUX OUT connectors have to be configured in
the right way to receive best results with your video conferencing unit. This requires
testing and setting of the values in your environment. See page 35 on how to set the
level for the AUX IN connector. This can be either microphone level or line level. See
page 38 on setting the volume for the AUX OUT connector.
Making a Video Call
The FLX2 System acts as a wireless Microphone, Speaker and mixer for the video
conference call. Once configured, a video call can be made using the 3rd party user
interface supplied with the video conference system. Simply remove the Microphones
from the charger to activate the analog audio input.
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Mixing the audio signals
As discussed earlier, Audio and Video, or Bluetooth and
Video calls can be made simultaneously from a FLX
system, requiring FLX to mix the audio of the different
inputs to go to the different outputs.
In the Audio Controls menu, available from the main menu
and the Active Call Menu, the Audio Mixer menu is offered.
This menu offers three different audio mixer settings, based
on the output medium. The Speaker Mixer shown allows
defining the mix between AUX IN and the Phone input to be
played back on the Speaker. It is a sliding scale from -8 to
+ 8.
Similar Mixers are offered for Phone Out (mixing the signal
between AUX IN and the microphones), and AUX OUT
(mixing the phone input and the microphones).
The mix of audio can be changed during call time to ensure
that the various outputs best reflect the audio requirements.
The mixer menus do not replace the AUX IN and AUX OUT
volume settings described on page 35 and page 39,
respectively.
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FLX2 System Configuration
There are many features to the FLX2 System that can be modified and configured using
the FLX Dialer. The following is a list of those features and their options.
Menu Hierarchy
Recent
Calls
Call list
Contacts
Contact
List
Audio
Controls
Volume
Device
Status
Device
Status
System
Info
Bluetooth
Home
Call
Setup
About
On / Off
Display
Ringer
Device
Versions
Device
List
Date /
Time
Equalizer
System
Versions
Discovery
Mode
Bluetooth
Audio Mixer
Device
IDs
Bluetooth
Status
Audio
System
ID
Link Info
System
Info
Advanced
Setup
Menu Navigation
1. The left, right, up and down navigation keys are
used to highlight an icon and the Enter key is used
to make a selection.
2. Up and Down navigation keys are used to scroll
through the menu. The Left navigation key will
return to the previous menu.
3. When setting levels, such as Volume, in the
menus, the Up and Down keys are used to change
these values.
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Recent Calls
The Recent Calls call log stores the contact information from calls placed or received,
allowing the user to review recent calls, redial a recent call, or store a recent call in the
system directory.
Recent Call Log
1. Access recent call log by browsing: Menu  Recent
Calls
2. The recent call list is sorted chronologically with the
most recent call at the top
3. If a recent call was made by a number stored in the
Contact list, the contact name is shown in this list,
otherwise the caller ID is shown.
4. The recent call log can be accessed directly from the
home screen by pressing green ‘Call’ button in idle
state.
5. The recent call log is limited to 20 entries.
Call Recent Caller
1. Access the recent call log by browsing: Menu 
Recent Calls or pressing the green ‘Call’ button
while no call is in progress.
2. You can call an entry in the recent caller list in
one of three fashions
a. In the recent call list, select the entry you
want to call using the up and down
buttons, and press ‘Call’
b. Pressing the green ‘Call’ key will also call
the entry currently highlighted in the recent
call list.
c. In the recent call list, select the entry you
want to call, and press ‘View’. This
displays more information. From that
screen, you can press the green ‘Call’ key
to call the entry you are viewing.
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View Recent Call Information
1. Access the recent call log by browsing: Menu 
Recent Calls or pressing the green ‘Call’ button
while no call is in progress.
2. You can view a recent call one of two ways:
a. In the recent call list, select the entry you
want to view, and press the ‘View’ key.
This displays more information for the
recent call you selected.
b. In the recent call list, press enter to bring
up the Options menu. Select ‘View Recent
Call’ to display more information for the
recent call you selected.
Save Recent Caller as Contact
1. Access the recent call log by browsing: Menu 
Recent Calls or pressing the green ‘Call’ button
while no call is in progress.
2. In the recent call list, select the entry you want to
add to the contacts, and press ‘View’. This
displays more information for the recent call you
selected.
3. Press the ‘Save’ key to save the recent call as a
Contact. If a caller name was provided as part of
the Caller ID it will be provided as the contact
name. Enter or edit the contact name when
prompted and press ‘Done’. Verify and edit if
necessary the recent contact number and press
‘Done’ again.
Delete Recent Call Entry
1. Access the recent call log by browsing: Menu 
Recent Calls or pressing the green ‘Call’ button
while no call is in progress.
2. In the recent call list, select the contact you want
to delete, and press the ‘View’ key. This displays
more information for the call you selected.
3. Press the ‘Delete’ key to delete the recent call.
Press ‘Yes’ when prompted for confirmation.
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Delete Call History
1. Access the recent call log by browsing: Menu 
Recent Calls or pressing the green ‘Call’ button
while no call is in progress.
2. In the Recent Call menu, press ‘Enter’ to open the
Options Menu.
3. In the Options Menu select ‘Delete Redundant’ to
delete redundant call history information, or select
‘Delete All Calls’ to delete all call history
information.
4. Press ‘Yes’ to delete the information when
prompted for confirmation.
Contacts
The FLX Dialer can store 100 entries in a contact directory
(phone book). The following is a list of features and menus
that allow managing the contact directory.
View Contact List
1. The contact list can be viewed in one of two
fashions
a. Browse to the Contacts menu: Menu 
Contacts, or
b. From the home screen, in idle/ready state,
press the right arrow key.
Add a Contact
1. Browse to the Contacts menu: Menu  Contacts.
2. Press the ‘New’ key to create a new contact.
3. Edit the name in alphanumeric mode. Pressing
‘Clear’ while editing the name will delete the
character left of the cursor. Press ‘Done’ when
finished editing the name. This will bring you to
the number editing screen.
4. Edit the phone number. The key ‘Clear’ will delete
the character to the left of the cursor. Pressing
‘Done’ will store the new contact in memory.
5. Once the editing is finished, the menu will return to
the previous menu/screen.
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Edit a Contact
1. Browse to the Contacts menu: Menu  Contacts,
scroll to the desired contact, and selects ‘View’ to
access the contact.
2. The contact screen shows the current name and
number. Pressing the ‘Edit’ key will open the Edit
Contact menu.
3. In the Edit Contact menu, select ‘Edit Info’ to edit the
selected contact.
4. Edit the name in alphanumeric mode. Pressing
‘Clear’ will delete a character to the left of the
cursor. The key ‘Done’ will finish editing the name
and go on to the number editing screen.
5. Edit the phone number. The key ’Clear’ will
clear/delete the number to the left of the cursor.
When finished, press the ’Done’ key to store the
edited contact in memory.
6. The contact list menu is shown once editing is
completed.
Delete a Contact
1. Browse to the Contacts menu: Menu  Contacts
and press ’View’ to access a contact.
2. The contact view screen shows the contact name
and number. Pressing the ’Delete’ key will delete
the selected contact.
3. Press ‘Yes’ when prompted for confirmation.
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Search for Contact
1. Browse to the Contacts menu: Menu  Contacts.
2. Use the keys (0-9) to apply a filter
a. Once a key is pressed the title line will read
‟Contact()‟ and display the characters being
typed.
b. The search string can be up to 5 characters
long.
c. In this mode the ‟Clear‟ key will delete the
last character in the filter field.
3. Only contact items that satisfy the filter will be
shown in the contact screen. For example, if „C‟ is
entered, any contact name starting with „C‟ will be
shown. The user can scroll through the filtered list
using the up and down buttons.
View Contact Information
1. Browse to the Contacts menu: Menu  Contacts.
2. Select the contact by using the ‘up’ and ‘down’ keys
3. Press ‘Enter’ or ‘View’ when the contact is selected
4. Information for the selected contact is displayed
Call Contact
1. Browse to the Contacts menu: Menu  Contacts.
2. Select the contact by using the ‘up’ and ‘down’ keys
3. Press the green ’Call’ key to call the contact
currently highlighted on the contact menu.
4. Pressing the green ‟Call‟ key from the contact view
screen will also initiate a call.
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Set Speed Dial
1. Browse to the Contacts menu: Menu  Contacts,
scroll to the desired contact, and selects the ‘View’
key to access the contact.
2. The contact view screen shows the current name
and number. Pressing the ’Edit’ key will open the
Edit Contact menu.
3. In the Edit Contact menu select ‘Set Speed Dial’.
4. Scroll to the desired speed dial number and press the
’Set’ key.
5. If this speed dial number is already set, an overlay will
appear asking ‘Overwrite Speed Dial X?’
Calling a Speed Dial Number
To call a speed dial number, from the dial menu or from the home screen, press and
hold the number key of the speed dial contact you want to call until the screen changes,
showing that the FLX is dialing the contact.
Pressing a number that has not yet been assigned to a contact has no affect.
Audio Control
The following is a list of FLX Dialer menus that adjust the system attributes related to
speaker audio, Analog audio inputs/outputs, and telephony audio configurations.
Speaker Volume
1. Browse to the Speaker Volume menu: Menu 
Audio Controls  Volume  Speaker Volume.
2. The Speaker Volume screen is shown with graph
and numerical value of the current volume level.
3. Press the up and down buttons to increase or
decrease the volume.
4. During an active call you can also set the volume
by pressing the up and down buttons. In speaker
mode the speaker volume is set from this
command. In handset mode the volume on the
Dialer is adjusted.
Speaker agc
Speaker agc controls the automatic gain control of the speaker. The system is preset to
have agc OFF.
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Ringer
1. Browse to the Ringer menu: Menu  Audio
Controls  Ringer.
2. Choose ‘Ringer Volume’ in the Ringer Settings
menu to adjust the Ringer Volume.
3. Press the up and down buttons to increase and
decrease the volume.
4. Choose ‘Ring Tone’ in the Ringer Settings menu
to select a ring tone.
5. Use the up and down buttons to select a ring tone,
and press enter to set the selected ring tone.
Equalizer (EQ)
1. Browse to the Equalizer Settings menu: Menu 
Audio Controls  EQ.
2. Use the up and down buttons to select a preset
EQ, and press enter to set the selected EQ.
3. The selected equalizer will be listed in upper case
letters, while the others are listed in lower case
letters. In the example to the right, VOICE is
currently the selected EQ Setting.
Audio Mixer
The Audio Mixer menu is described on page 27.
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Device Status
1. Browse to Device Status: Menu  Device Status.
2. The Device Status screen shows status for the
Microphones and the Speaker.
System Information
The following is a list of FLX Dialer menus that allow the user to retrieve system
information.
System Info
1. Browse to System Info: Menu  System Info.
2. About System shows the firmware (FW) bundle
version, the System Name, and phone type
information.
3. Device Versions shows firmware version for the
Speaker (SPK) and Microphones (MIC1, MIC2).
4. System Versions shows the firmware versions for
the Application (APP), Baseband (BB), Bluetooth
Base (BTB), and Bluetooth Dialer (BTH) software.
5. Device IDs shows the ID of the Speaker (S1) and
the Microphones (M1, M2).
6. System ID shows the ID of the base.
Bluetooth
The ‘Bluetooth’ menu has been explained earlier in this manual on page 23.
Home
When selecting the ‘Home’ menu item, the Dialer will go back to displaying the home
screen. The same effect can be achieved by pressing the ‘Return’ key, or the red ‘End
Call’ button.
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Call
When selecting ‘Call’ in the menu, the Dialer will open the Dialer menu, allowing dialing
a number.
Setup
Setup is divided into a generic area of features that are not password protected and
Advanced Setup, which requires a password.
Display
1. Browse to the Display menu: Menu  Setup 
Display.
2. The Display menu offers three options: Contrast,
Brightness, and Backlight time.
3. Use the up and down buttons to highlight the
setting you want to change, and press either
‘Enter’ or ‘Select’ to open that setting.
4. Use the up and down buttons to increase or
decrease the respective values.
Date/Time
1. Browse to the Date/Time menu: Menu  Setup 
Set Date/Time.
2. To set the date or time, select either the ‘Set
Date’, or ‘Set Time’ option, and press either ‘Enter’
or ‘Select’.
3. Edit time and date (month/day/year) using the
numeric keys and the left and right buttons. The
‘Done’ key will store the value.
4. To change the use of the network time, select the
‘Netwrk Time ON/OFF’ option. You change the
setting by pressing the ‘Select’ key. If you select
‘Netwrk Time ON’ the FLX2 Conference Phone will
attempt to derive the date and time from the
telephone network.
Bluetooth, Audio, System Info
The menu entries for Bluetooth, Audio, and System Info in the setup menu will open the
top level menus of the same name described earlier in this documentation.
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Advanced Setup
The following is a list of advanced configuration settings that are protected by a 4 digit
password for administrator access only. The default password is 7386 (revo). This
password should be changed by the system administrator. Please ensure that you take
note of the changed password.
Advanced Audio
Browse to Advanced Audio menu: Menu Setup
Advanced Setup Advanced Audio.
Mic Audio
The ‘Mic Audio’ allows controlling the Microphones.
1. If ‘All Mic Mute’ is ON, all active
Microphones are affected when a mute
button is pressed. If one or more active
Microphones are outside the Charger Base,
pressing the mute button will change the
mute status on all Microphones outside of
the Charger Base. Microphones in the
Charger Base will not be affected and will
stay muted at all times. If all Microphones
are in the Charger Base, pressing the mute
button will change the mute status of all
Microphones in the Charger Base. The
factory default for ‘All Mic Mute’ is OFF.
2. The ‘Start Unmute’ feature allows the
Microphones to come out unmuted when
taken out of charger. The factory default is
ON.
3. ‘Auto Gain’ allows changing the setting for
the Auto Gain features of the microphones.
Auto Gain can be switched ON and OFF
from this menu. It also allows setting the
Target Loudness, Response Time, and
Noise Threshold. Revolabs recommends
keeping the default settings for these.
4. ‘High Pass Filter’ allows filtering out low
frequencies that might cause background
noise in particular environments. Several
levels are provided. The factory default is
150 HZ.
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Aux Audio
‘Aux Audio’ is to control the AUX In and AUX Out
connections on the base.
1. Aux In ON/OFF and Aux Out ON/OFF allow
enabling / disabling the Aux connectors of
the FLX phone.
2. Aux In Level allows changing the level of
the Aux In signal.
3. Aux Out Level allows changing the level of
the Aux Out signal.
4. Aux Out – MIC / LINE allows setting the
level of the Aux Out connectors to either
Mic level or Line level.
AEC
‘AEC’ allows controlling the Acoustic Echo
Cancellation Level of the different Microphone types
(Omni, Directional, or Lapel).
RF Power
1. Browse to the RF Power menu: Setup 
Advanced Setup RF Power.
2. The user can adjust the RF Power from 2 to 4.
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Setting System Name
1. Go to Menu Setup  Advanced Setup 
Admin Settings  Set System Name.
2. Change the current System Name to the new
name, and press Enter.
Reset Defaults
1. Go to Menu Setup  Advanced Setup 
Admin Settings  Reset Defaults.
2. Resetting defaults will revert back to factory
defaults. Pairing of devices, recent calls, the
contacts, and the system name are not affected
by this.
Set Password
1. Browse to the Set Password menu: Menu 
Setup  Advanced Setup Admin Settings Set
Password.
2. Set the password to an admin specified password.
Note that setting this password will override the
default password, so do not lose the new
password.
Log Out Admin
1. Browse to Log Out Admin: Menu  Setup 
Advanced Setup Admin Settings Log Out
Admin.
2. Once logged out, the user will have to retype the
admin password to enter the administrative menus
again. If the user leaves the administrative menus
without logging out, an automatic log-out will
happen after about 15 minutes.
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Pairing
All FLX2 wireless components are paired before the system is shipped, providing much
of the system setup already completed. While pairing should not be required for the
system to work, sometimes components can require pairing if a part is shipped
separately.
The following are instructions on how to pair the wireless components of the system to
the FLX2 Conference Phone. All components are paired to the Base, which is the
central unit that communicates with all other components. To pair a Microphone or a
Speaker to the FLX Conference Phone, a FLX Dialer has to be paired first. If several
components need to be paired, or a whole system needs to be paired, start with the
FLX Dialer.
Dialer
1. Turn off the Dialer by pressing and holding the red ‘end call’ button until an
overlay appears asking whether you want to shut the Dialer down. Press ‘Yes’.
2. Plug in the FLX2 Base Station.
3. Turn the Dialer back on (press the red ‘end call’ key). The screen should read
“Scanning for new base”. If the screen reads “scanning for paired base”, press
the ‘Stop’ button, press the ‘Menu’, and select ‘Re-Pair’. When asked whether to
‘Scan for New Base’, select ‘Yes’.
4. After some time scanning for available bases, an overlay will appear asking ‘Pair
with <System Name>?’ The system name is either the Factory preset name of
Flx_xxxxxx, with xxxxxx the last 6 digits of the BT number on the bottom of the
Base station, or the system name you previously selected in the Advanced
Setup. Select ‘Yes’.
5. An overlay, ’Pairing with base <System Name>’, should appear followed by a
‘Connecting…’ and then and ‘Initializing…’ screen. Shortly after that the Dialer
home screen will appear. Your Dialer is now paired.
6. If the Dialer does not automatically pair, repeat steps 1-5. If this still does not
resolve the problem, select “Reset Factory Defaults” as this will force a scan for a
new base.
Speaker
1. To pair a Speaker first turn it off by pressing and
holding the button on the bottom of the Speaker until
you hear the Speaker shut-off or the LEDs turn off.
2. Ensure that the Base Station is plugged in and powered
up.
3. On the Dialer, browse to the Pairing menu: Menu 
Setup  Advanced Setup  Pairing.
4. Select SPK 1 (Speaker 1) and press the ‘Enter’ or ‘Pair’
key to enter pairing state.
5. The screen will display ‘Pairing Speaker 1’.
6. Press and hold the button on the bottom of the Speaker
until the LED turns solid red. The speaker is now in
pairing mode.
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7. After a short time an overlay will appear on the FLX
Dialer saying ‘Pairing Successful’, after which the
screen should read ‘SPK 1 Linked’.
8. If pairing was unsuccessful, the Speaker will show an
alternating red -green slow blinking sequence indicating
that the pairing failed. The Dialer will display a ‘Pairing
Timeout’ message. In that case the pairing procedure
should be repeated.
Microphone
1. To pair a Microphone, turn off the Microphone by holding the mute button until
the LED turns red if it is not already turned off.
2. Ensure that the Base Station is plugged in and powered up.
3. On the Dialer, browse to the Pairing menu: Menu  Setup  Advanced Setup 
Pairing.
4. Select MIC 1 (Microphone 1) or MIC 2 (Microphone 2) and press the ‘Enter’ key
to enter pairing state.
5. The screen will display ‘Pairing Mic 1’ or ‘Pairing Mic 2’ depending on which
Microphone you are pairing.
6. Press the mute button on the Microphone and hold it until the LED turns solid
red. The Microphone is now in pairing mode.
7. After a short time an overlay will appear on the Dialer ‘Pairing Successful’, after
that the screen should read ‘MIC 1 Linked’ or ‘MIC 2 Linked’, based on which one
you were linking.
9. If pairing was unsuccessful, the Microphone will show an alternating red - green
slow blink sequence, indicating that the pairing failed. The Dialer will display a
‘Pairing Timeout’ message. In that case the pairing procedure should be
repeated.
LED Pairing Indicators:
Speaker Indicator
Steady Red
Slow red- green flash
Green flash
Microphone Indicator
Steady Red
Slow red – green flash
Green flash
Status
Speaker is in Pairing Mode, either waiting or pairing in progress
Pairing failed or timed out
Pairing successful
Status
Pairing Mode, either waiting or pairing in progress
Pairing failed or timed out
Pairing successful
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Phone Settings
1. Browse to the Phone Settings menu: Menu 
Setup  Advanced Setup  Phone Settings.
a. You can change the dialing method by
selecting the entry, and then pressing the
‘Select’ key. The factory preset is TONE.
b. You can set the telephone number of the
FLX2 System using the Phone Number
setting. Select this entry, type in the
number, and press ‘Enter’ to capture the
telephone number.
c. Selecting Hook Flash Time you can change
the time for a hook flash to be sent to your
network. Factory default is 75 ms, you can
increase this by selecting another entry in
the menu.
d. Disconnect ON/OFF allows you to ignore
signals sent by the far side indicating a
hang-up. If you are seeing ‘Line in Use’
messages on your phone even though the
line is not in use, this setting has to be set
to OFF.
Power On/Off the System Components
During normal use and operation of the FLX2 System, there is no need to turn off any
part of the system. However, if the system is going to be stored without the Charger
Base powered on, then each component should be powered off until further use.
Dialer On/Off
To power off the FLX Dialer, hold down the red ‘end call’ soft key until the device asks
whether you want to shut it down. Confirm this by pressing ‘Yes’.
To turn the Dialer back on, either:
1. Hold down the red ‘end call’ soft key until the Dialer powers on.
OR
2. Simply return the Dialer to an active Charger Base and it will power on
automatically.
Speaker On/Off
To power off the FLX Speaker, hold down the button located on the bottom of the
Speaker until the LED indicators on the top of the Speaker turn solid red. Once the LED
indicators are solid red, release the button and the Speaker will power off.
To power the Speaker back on, either:
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1. Hold down the button on the bottom of the Speaker until the LED indicators on
the top of the Speaker turn green. Once the LED indicators turn green, release
the button and the Speaker will power on and connect to the system.
OR
2. Simply return the Speaker to an active Charger Base and it will power on
automatically.
Microphones On/Off
To power off a FLX Microphone, hold down the button located on the Microphone until
the LED indicator turns solid red. Once the LED indicator is solid red, release the button
and the Microphone will power off.
To power a Microphone back on, either:
1. Hold down the button on the Microphone until the LED indicator on the
Microphone turns green. Once the LED indicator turns green, release the button
and the Microphone will power on and connect to the system.
OR
2. Simply return the Microphone to an active Charger Base and it will power on
automatically.
Troubleshooting
Warning Messages
Speaker / Microphone Link Lost
If a FLX Microphone or FLX Speaker loses connection to the FLX2 Base Station, the
LED indicator will begin flashing a sequence of red – yellow - green - yellow and start
emitting a beeping notification. To reconnect the Microphone or Speaker move it back
into range of the Base Station.
Speaker/Microphone Low Battery
If a FLX Microphone or FLX Speaker begins to experience a low battery, the LED
indicator will begin to flash a green - yellow (unmuted) or red - yellow (muted)
sequence. It will also start to emit an audio signal. When this LED and sound sequence
begins, the battery has roughly 5% battery power remaining and should be returned to
the Charger Base.
Speaker/Microphone Off
If the FLX Microphone or FLX Speaker suddenly turns off, it is the result of two possible
causes.
1. The battery has completely depleted and should be returned to the charger until
it is fully charged again.
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2. The Microphone or Speaker lost connection with the Base Station for more than
5 minutes and therefore shut down. It should be returned into reach of the Base
Station and switched on again to be reactivated.
Dialer Low Battery
When the Dialer experiences a low battery it will display a ‘low battery’ notification on
the screen. The Dialer should be returned to the charger until the battery status on the
home screen shows a full charge.
Dialer Link Lost
If the FLX Dialer loses connection to the FLX2 Base Station it will display a ‘connection
lost’ notification on the screen and starts emitting a warning sound. The Dialer should
be moved back into range of the Base Station at which point it will reconnect
automatically.
Base Power Lost
If the FLX2 Base Station loses power, it will disconnect all telephone calls, analog audio
inputs/outputs and will disconnect from the FLX Dialer, Speaker, and Microphones.
Check to make sure that the power adapter is still connected to the FLX2 Base Station.
Once the FLX2 Base Station is powered back on, the Dialer, Speaker and Microphones
will reconnect automatically.
Microphone, Speaker, or Dialer not connecting to Base Station
If any of the components of the FLX2 Conference Phone indicate that they are
searching for the Base Station, or lost the connection to the Base Station, please follow
these steps:
1. Is the Base Station powered up – the Status LED on the back of the Base Station
should have green double flashes about every second. If not, please power up
the Base Station. All components should automatically connect to the Base
Station after a few seconds.
2. The Base Station is powered up, but the Status LED indicates a fault by missing
every fifth green double flash. Power down and power up the Base Station. All
components should reconnect to the Base Station after a few seconds. If the
fault in the Base Station continues (every fifth double flash is skipped) please
contact Revolabs support.
3. Are the Dialer, Microphone, and Speaker out of reach of the Base Station?
Please bring the components closer to the Base Station to see whether this
resolves the issue.
4. Power down the Base Station, the Microphones, the Dialer, and the Speaker.
Now power up the Base Station. Once the Base Station is powered up (double
green flashes of the Status LED), power up the Dialer, and then the Microphones
and the Speaker. The components should now connect to the Base Station.
5. If the components still do not connect to the Base Station, please re-pair the
components that have not connected to the Base Station, beginning with the
Dialer. How to pair the components is explained on page 41.
6. If the components still do not connect to the Base Station, please contact
Revolabs support.
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Microphone, Speaker, or Dialer not paired with Base Station
Please follow the descriptions on page 41 on how to pair the different components with
the Base Station.
Telephone Interface problems
“Line in Use” even though there is no call
If you see messages that the telephone line is in use, even though no call is currently in
progress, please change the Disconnect setting from OFF to ON (see the section on
Phone Settings on page 43). This should resolve this issue.
Cannot dial numbers
When using FLX on a DSL analog telephone line, the DSL filter needs to be installed. If
this is not the case, calls might not go through.
Two phones using the same extension
If a second phone is connected to the same extension a FLX Conference phone is
connected to, only one phone can be used at a time. If both phones are off-hook (in
use), audio will be distorted. Only one telephone should be used at a time.
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LED Indicators
Device LED Indicator
Status
Microphone in Charger Base
Steady Red
Charging
Steady Green
Fully charged
Single red flash
Double red flash
Green flash
Off
Active phone call
o Microphone in Charger Base is muted via Master
Mute or All Mic Mute is ON
o Microphone in Charger Base is muted, one active
microphone out of Charger Base
Active phone call, both microphones in Charger
Base, microphone is muted
Active phone call, microphone in Charger Base is
unmuted
Microphone is powered off:
o Microphone is not seated properly
o Charger Base is powered off
Microphone not in Charger Base
Off
Microphone is powered off
Single green flash every second
On, connected, battery charged, un-muted
Two Red flashes every second
On, connected, battery charged, individually muted
Red flash every second
On, connected, battery charged, Master Mute or “All
Mic Mute” is ON, microphones muted
Alternating Yellow - Green flash
On, connected, battery low, un-muted
Alternating Yellow - Double-Red
flash
On, connected, battery low, individually muted
Alternating long Red - Yellow flash
Flashing Yellow – Red – Yellow –
Green
Alternating slow Red - Green flash
Steady Red
Groups of five rapid Red flashes
Device LED Indicator
Steady Green
On, connected, battery low, Master Mute or “All Mic
Mute” is ON, microphones muted
Searching for a connection to the base.
The microphone will try to re-establish the
link for 5 minutes, then power off.
Microphone is not paired to a Base Station
The microphone will power off after two minutes.
o Microphone is being powered down
o Microphone is in pairing mode.
Microphone is in a fault condition.
Status
Speaker in Charger Base
o Connected, battery charging, no phone call in
progress, Microphones in Charger Base
o Connected, battery charging, phone call in
progress, Microphones are not muted using All
Mic Mute or Master Mute. Microphone(s) might
still all be individually muted.
o Connected, battery charging, no phone call in
progress, Microphone(s) outside of the Charger
Base unmuted
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Device LED Indicator
Steady Red
Green flash every second
Red flash every second
Flashing Yellow* – Red – Yellow* –
Green
Alternating slow Red - Green flash
Status
o Connected, battery charging, phone call in
progress, Master Mute or “All Mic Mute” is ON, all
Microphones are muted.
o Connected, battery charging, no phone call in
progress, Microphone(s) outside of Charger
Base, Master Mute or “All Mic Mute” is ON, all
Microphones are muted.
o Connected, battery fully charged, no phone call in
progress, Microphones in Charger Base
o Connected, battery fully charged, phone call in
progress, Microphones are not muted using All
Mic Mute or Master Mute. Microphones might
still all be individually muted.
o Connected, battery fully charged, no phone call in
progress, Microphone(s) outside of the Charger
Base unmuted
o Connected, battery fully charged, phone call in
progress, Master Mute or “All Mic Mute” is ON, all
Microphones are muted.
o Connected, battery fully charged, no phone call in
progress, microphones outside of Charger Base,
Master Mute or “All Mic Mute” is ON, all
Microphones are muted.
Searching for a connection to the Base Station
Speaker is not paired to a Base Station
Speaker is powered off:
Off
o Speaker is not seated properly
o Charger tray is powered off
Speaker not in Charger Base
Off
Speaker is powered off
o Connected, no call in progress, Microphones in
Charger Base
o Connected, call in progress, Microphones are not
muted using All Mic Mute or Master Mute.
Green flash every second
Microphone(s) might still be individually muted.
o Connected, no phone call in progress,
Microphone(s) outside of the Charger Base
unmuted
o Connected, phone call in progress, Master Mute
or “All Mic Mute” is ON, all microphones are
muted.
Red flash every second
o Connected, no phone call in progress,
Microphone(s) outside of Charger Base, Master
Mute or “All Mic Mute” is ON, all Microphones are
muted.
o Connected, battery low, no call in progress
o Connected, battery low, call in progress,
Alternating Green – Yellow* flash
Microphones are not muted using All Mic Mute or
Master Mute. Microphone(s) might still be
individually muted.
Connected, battery low, call in progress, Master
Alternating long Red – Yellow* flash
Mute or “All Mic Mute” is ON, all Microphones muted
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Device LED Indicator
Flashing Yellow* – Red – Yellow* –
Green
Alternating slow Red - Green flash
Steady Red
Groups of five rapid Red flashes
Device LED Indicator
Long solid on, then a long solid off
Double flashes every second
Skip every fifth double flash
Continuous Fast Flashing
Off
Status
Searching for a connection to the base
The speaker will try to re-establish the link
for about 5 minutes, then power off.
Speaker is not paired to a Base Station
The speaker will power down after two minutes.
o Speaker is being powered down
o Speaker is in pairing mode.
Speaker is in a fault condition.
Status
Base Station
Power On Boot Process
Operating Mode indicating that Base Station is
functional.
Fault indication
Updating non-volatile memory as part of software
update
No Power
* In some Speakers the LED Indicator color Yellow might look like Red.
Reset to Factory Defaults
See page 40 for a description on how to reset the FLX2 Conference Phone back to its
factory defaults.
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Technical Specifications
Models
The Revolabs FLX2 System is available with a variety of configurations to provide the
best audio capture in the industry. The following is a list of the available models. All of
these models work with analog telephone lines.
10-FLX2-200-POTS
10-FLX2-101-POTS
10-FLX2-002-POTS
10-FLX2-020-POTS
FLX2 System w/ 2 Omni Microphones
FLX2 System w/ 1 Omni & 1 Wearable Microphone
FLX2 System w/ 2 Wearable Microphones
FLX2 System w/ 2 Directional Microphones
FLX
Wireless Technology
DECT
Bluetooth
Wireless Range
DECT
Bluetooth
Security (DECT / Bluetooth)
Noise Cancelation
Echo Cancelation
RF Shield
Language versions
Certifications / Regulatory
Compliance
Electrical Safety
Radio / Telephone
Environmental Requirements
Warranty
DECT 6.0 for US, ETSI ETS 300 175 for other countries
BT 2.1 + EDR
65 feet, 20 meters
Class II, 33 feet, 10 meters
DECT: 128 bit encryption
Noise cancellation on the Microphone
Acoustic echo canceller for Speaker/Microphone
Line echo canceller for analog telephone line.
No cell phone interference due to RF ArmorTM technology
System messages and menus in English; Documentation
in English
UL/CSA, EN 60950
Part 68, IC-CS03, TBR 21, A-Tick
0°C - 40°C; 20% - 80% non-condensing humidity
1 year
Speaker
Dimensions Speaker
Weight
Bandwidth
Battery life (talk time)
Charge time
157mm x 93mm diameter
600.3g
120-11,000 Hz from Analog IN. This is reduced for
telephone calls based on the bandwidth supported by the
phone transport.
8 hours.
3 hours
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Microphones
Dimensions Microphones
Weight
Bandwidth
Battery life (talk time)
Charge time
94.2 x 24.6mm x 18.5mm (omnidirectional Microphone)
28.6g (omnidirectional Microphone)
80-11,000 Hz from Microphone to Analog OUT. This is
reduced for telephone calls based on the bandwidth
supported by the phone transport.
8 hours
2 hours
Base Station
Power
Dimensions Base Station
Weight
Connections
Telephone
USB
AUX IN / AUX OUT
Indicators (LED)
5V 1A
180 x 153 x 32mm
302g
RJ11
2 Mini-USB connectors
Line level input, 2 outputs, line level or mic level
1 indicating system status
Charger Base
Power
Dimensions Charger Base
Weight
15V 1A
170 diameter x 22mm
252g
Dialer
Dimensions Dialer
Weight
Microphone and Speaker
bandwidth
Battery life
Charge time
Display
Caller ID
Phonebook
Keypad
125 x 48 x 11mm
67.5g
300 – 3300Hz
8 hours
3 hours
High resolution color LCD display
Support for multiple Caller ID standards
Up to 100 entries
12 key telephone keypad
2 context sensitive soft keys
answer / hang-up keys, 5 key cursor and control panel
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Regulatory Information
FCC Notice to Users
Users are not permitted to make changes or modify the equipment in any way. Changes or
modifications not expressly approved by Revolabs, Inc. could void the user‟s authority to
operate the equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits for an uncontrolled environment.
Model Number
FCC Identification
10-FLXBASE-POTS
T5V10FLX
10-FLXSPEAKER-01
T5V10FLXSPKR
10-FLXMIC-OM
T5V10FLXMIC
10-FLXMIC-DR
T5V10FLXMIC
10-FLXMIC-WB
T5V10FLXMIC
10-FLXHDDIALER-01
T5V10FLXDIAL
Industry Canada Notice to Users
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause interference and
(2) This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired
operation of the device
Model Number
Industry Canada Identification
10-FLXBASE-POTS
6455A-10FLX
10-FLXSPEAKER-01
6455A-10FLXSPKR
10-FLXMIC-OM
6455A-10FLXMIC
10-FLXMIC-DR
6455A-10FLXMIC
10-FLXMIC-WB
6455A-10FLXMIC
10-FLXHDDIALER-01
6455A-10FLXDIAL
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Restricted use with certain medical devices
Hearing Aids
Some devices may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may
want to consult with your hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to
determine if it is adequately shielded from RF energy. Your physician may be able to assist you
in obtaining this information.
Export Law Assurance
This product is controlled under the export regulations of the United States of America and
Canada. The Governments of the United States of America and Canada may restrict the
exportation or re-exportation of this product to certain destinations. For further information
contact the U.S. Department of Commerce or the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and
International Trade. The use of wireless devices and their accessories may be prohibited or
restricted in certain areas. Always obey the laws and regulations on the use of these products.
North American UPCS Usage Restriction
This product is licensed for operation in the United States of America and Canada
The radio has been found to be compliant to the requirements set forth in CFR 47 Sections
2.1091, and 15.247 (b) (4) addressing RF Exposure from radio frequency devices as defined in
Evaluating Compliance with FCC Guidelines for Human Exposure to Radio Frequency
Electromagnetic Fields. The equipment should be installed more than 20 cm (7.9 in.) from your
body or nearby persons.
European Union Usage Restriction
This product is licensed for operation in the European Union countries.
The products referenced herein are in compliance with the EU directive 2003/11/EC and EU
directive 2002/95/EC.
WEEE Notification
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) directive (2002/96/EC) is intended to
promote recycling of electrical and electronic equipment and their components at end of life.
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E C Declaration of Conformity
Manufacturer’s Name:
Manufacturer’s Address:
Revolabs
144 North Road, Suite 3250
Sudbury, MA 01776
U.S.A.
Model:
Model Numbers
Base
10-FLXBASEEU-POTS
Charger Base
10-FLXCHGEU-01
Speaker
10-FLXSPEAKEREU-01
Microphone Omni
10-FLXMICEU-OM
Microphone Directional
10-FLXMICEU-DR
Microphone lapel
10-FLXMICEU-WB
Dialer
10-FLXHDDIALEREU-01
Declares that the products listed above conform to the following Council Directives:
1999/5/EC
89/336/EEC
73/23/EEC
(Radio equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment
(R&TTE) Directive).
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive”.
Low Voltage Directive (LVD)”.
Product Standard(s) to which Conformity of the Council Directive(s) is declared:
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EN 301 489-17 ElectroMagnetic Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Matters (ERM);
ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Standard for Radio Equipment and Services; Part 17:
Specific Conditions for 2,4 GHz Wideband Transmission Systems and 5 GHz High Performance
RLAN Equipment
EN 300 328 Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); Wideband
transmission systems; Data transmission equipment operating in the 2,4 GHz ISM band and
using wide band modulation techniques; Harmonized EN covering essential requirements under
article 3.2 of the R&TTE Directive
EN 301 489-6 ElectroMagnetic Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Matters (ERM);
ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Standard for Radio Equipment and Services; Part 6:
Specific Conditions for Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) Equipment
EN 301 406 Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT); Harmonized EN for Digital
Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) covering essential requirements under article
3.2 of the R&TTE Directive; Generic radio
EN 55022: 2006 (Emissions) Information technology equipment - Radio disturbance
characteristics
EN 55024: 1998 (Immunity) +A1+A2 Information technology equipment - Immunity characteristics
IEC 60950-1: 2001 Safety of Information Technology Equipment, Including Electrical Business
Equipment.
We hereby declare that the equipment specified above conforms to the above directives and standards.
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ACTA Part 68 information
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This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by
the ACTA. On the base of this equipment is a label that contains, among other
information, a product identifier in the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. If requested, this
number must be provided to the telephone company.
This equipment uses RJ11C USOC jack, FIC is 02LS2, SOC is 09Y
A plug and jack used to connect this equipment to the premises wiring and telephone
network must comply with the applicable FCC Part 68 rules and requirements adopted
by the ACTA. A compliant telephone cord and modular plug should be used with this
product. It is designed to be connected to a compatible modular jack that is also
compliant. See installation instructions for details.
The REN is used to determine the number of devices that may be connected to a
telephone line. Excessive RENs on a telephone line may result in the devices not ringing
in response to an incoming call. In most but not all areas, the sum of RENs should not
exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices that may be connected to a
line, as determined by the total RENs, contact the local telephone company. The REN
for this product is part of the product identifier that has the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX.
The digits represented by ## are the REN without a decimal point (e.g., 03 is a REN of
0.3).
If this equipment, Model 10-FLXBASE-POTS, causes harm to the telephone network,
the telephone company will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance of
service may be required. But if advance notice isn't practical, the telephone company will
notify the customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be advised of your right to file a
complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary.
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations or
procedures that could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens the
telephone company will provide advance notice in order for you to make necessary
modifications to maintain uninterrupted service.
If trouble is experienced with this equipment, Model 10-FLXBASE-POTS, for repair or
warranty information, please contact Revolabs Customer Service at 1-800-326-1088 or
on the web at www.revolabs.com. If the equipment is causing harm to the telephone
network, the telephone company may request that you disconnect the equipment until
the problem is resolved.
If you experience trouble with this equipment, Model 10-FLXBASE-POTS, do not try to
repair the equipment yourself. The equipment cannot be repaired in the field and must
be returned to the manufacturer. Repairs to certified equipment should be coordinated
by a representative, and designated by the supplier.
Connection to party line service is subject to state tariffs. Contact the state public utility
commission, public service commission or corporation commission for information.
If your home has specially wired alarm equipment connected to the telephone line,
ensure the installation of the Model 10-FLXBASE-POTS does not disable your alarm
equipment. If you have questions about what will disable alarm equipment, consult your
telephone company or a qualified installer.
This equipment is hearing aid compatible.
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Limited Warranty and Limitation of Liability
Limited Warranty
Revolabs warrants to the end user (“Customer”)
that this product will be free from significant defects in
workmanship and materials, under normal use and
service, for one year from the date of purchase from
Revolabs or its authorized reseller provided the customer
provides proof of purchase that demonstrates that the
product is still within the warranty period and contacts
Revolabs customer service, regarding warranty claims,
within the warranty period. Revolabs‟s sole obligation
under this express warranty shall be, at Revolabs‟s
option and expense, to repair the defective product or
part, deliver to Customer an equivalent product or part to
replace the defective item, or if neither of the two
foregoing options is reasonably available, Revolabs may,
in its sole discretion, refund to Customer the purchase
price paid for the defective product upon Customer‟s
return of the defective product. All products that are
replaced will become the property of Revolabs.
Replacement products or parts may be new or
reconditioned. Revolabs warrants any replaced or
repaired product or part for ninety (90) days from
shipment, or the remainder of the initial warranty period,
whichever is longer. Products returned to Revolabs must
be issued a valid Return Material Authorization (“RMA”)
number. To request an RMA, contact Revolabs Customer
Service. Prior to receiving an RMA, the product must be
first troubleshot and determined to be defective by a
Revolabs Technical Support Technician.
Product returned to Revolabs must have a valid RMA #
clearly marked on the outside of the shipping container
and the serial number and model of the returned product
must match the RMA. Products returned without a RMA
number will be returned to the customer. The product
must contain all of the original accessories and be
properly packaged. Products returned to Revolabs must
be sent prepaid, and it is recommended that they be
insured or sent by a method that provides for tracking of
the package. Responsibility for loss or damage does not
transfer to Revolabs until the returned item is received by
Revolabs. The repaired or replaced item will be shipped
to Customer, via standard economy shipping methods
and at Revolabs‟s expense, not later than thirty (30) days
after Revolabs receives the defective product, and
Revolabs will retain risk of loss or damage until the item
is delivered to Customer. Any customer request for
expedited shipping will be considered on a case-by-case
basis and will be at the sole expense of the customer.
Any product found to be not covered under the terms of
this warranty, per the exclusions listed below, will be
treated as a out-of-warranty service and will be billed to
the customer according to the Revolabs Product Repair
Policy. The sole exceptions to the terms of this warranty
are those listed as part of the Revolabs DOA
Replacement Policy.
Exclusions and Remedies
Revolabs will not be liable under this limited
warranty if its testing and examination disclose that
the alleged defect or malfunction in the product
does not exist or results from:
►Failure to follow Revolabs‟s installation,
operation, or maintenance instructions;
►Product modification or alteration, including but
not limited to modification or removal of the serial
number.
►Use of common carrier communication services
accessed through the product;
►Failure of Consumable Components and
Accessories including but not limited to batteries
and cables.
►Abuse, misuse, negligent acts or omissions of
Customer and persons under Customer‟s control;
or
►Acts of third parties or products, acts of God,
accident, fire, lightning, power surges, outages, or
other hazards, or any other cause outside of
Revolabs‟s reasonable control.
WARRANTY EXCLUSION. IF A REVOLABS
PRODUCT DOES NOT OPERATE AS
WARRANTED ABOVE, CUSTOMER‟S SOLE
REMEDY FOR BREACH OF THAT WARRANTY
SHALL BE REPAIR, REPLACEMENT, OR
REFUND OF THE PURCHASE PRICES PAID, AT
REVOLABS‟S OPTION. TO THE FULL EXTENT
ALLOWED BY LAW, THE FOREGOING
WARRANTIES AND REMEDIES ARE EXCLUSIVE
AND ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES,
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SALE, INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE OR USE
OF ITS PRODUCTS.
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LIABILITY, WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), FOR INCIDENTAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, OR FOR LOSS OF REVENUE
OR PROFITS, LOSS OF BUSINESS, LOSS OF INFORMATION OR DATA, OR OTHER FINANCIAL LOSS ARISING
OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE, INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE, USE, PERFORMANCE,
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OF LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES WILL NOT BE AFFECTED IF ANY REMEDY PROVIDED HEREIN SHALL FAIL OF
ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE.
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the exclusion or limitation of implied warranties or
the limitation of incidental or consequential
damages for certain products supplied to
consumers, or the limitation of liability for personal
injury, so the above limitations and exclusions may
be limited in their application to you. When the
implied warranties are not allowed to be excluded
in their entirety, they will be limited to the duration
of the applicable written warranty. This warranty
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Commonwealth of Massachusetts, USA, and by the
laws of the United States, excluding their conflicts
of laws principles.
The United Nations Convention on Contracts for
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Warranty and Limitation of Liability.
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If you are experiencing technical problems or if you have questions about the operation,
configuration or troubleshooting of any Revolabs product, please email
support@revolabs.com or call 1-800-326-1088
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