2.4 Gig Wireless Handset Booklet v2
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Part Number
Copyright © 2005 PCS digital™ All rights reserved
www.pcsdigital.net
PCS digital ™
2.4 GHz Wireless Handset
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Revision
Preliminary Release – PAL
Version 1.0 - PAL
Revision Table
Notes:
Reformat to Booklet size
Description of Changes
Date Released
12/2004
1/2005
Notes:
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Vibration ............................................................................................................ 25
Vibrator.............................................................................................................. 25
Voice Announce ................................................................................................ 26
Volume Bar........................................................................................................ 10
V
User's Guide....................................................................................................... 37
U
Telephone Callouts .............................................................................................. 6
Termnate a Call.................................................................................................. 38
Tone Ring Mode ................................................................................................ 26
Transfer................................................................................................................ 9
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................. 29
Table of Contents
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POWER ON / OFF ............................................................................................ 16
NORMAL OPERATION ..................................................................................... 16
DISPLAY ICONS............................................................................................ 17
Ring .......................................................................................................... 17
OPERATION ................................................................................................... 16
INSTALLATION ............................................................................................... 11
GETTING STARTED ......................................................................................... 11
Wireless Key Telephone Handset ............................................................. 12
Wireless Base Unit ................................................................................... 12
Wall Mount............................................................................................... 13
QUICK SETUP GUIDE .................................................................................. 11
FIXED BUTTON DESCRIPTIONS (HANDSET) ...................................................... 8
Three (3) Soft Buttons................................................................................. 8
Dial Keypad................................................................................................ 9
Talk............................................................................................................. 9
Flash (Transfer) ......................................................................................... 9
Function / Feature...................................................................................... 9
Hold (Power).............................................................................................. 9
Programmable Feature Buttons ................................................................. 9
Mute............................................................................................................ 9
Volume...................................................................................................... 10
Headset Jack ............................................................................................ 10
Speaker..................................................................................................... 10
DEFAULT BUTTON LAYOUT....................................................................... 8
PART NUMBERS.............................................................................................. 8
FEATURE MATRIX......................................................................................... 7
COMPARISON TABLE ................................................................................... 7
TELEPHONE CALLOUTS .................................................................................... 6
FEATURES ........................................................................................................ 5
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................. 5
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................. 5
TABLE OF CONTENTS .................................................................................. 3
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BELT CLIP ...................................................................................................... 37
POWER ON/OFF ............................................................................................. 37
KEY LOCK ..................................................................................................... 37
ANSWER A CALL ............................................................................................ 38
Hold.......................................................................................................... 38
Transfer .................................................................................................... 38
TERMINATE A CALL ....................................................................................... 38
PLACE A CALL ............................................................................................... 38
USER’S GUIDE ............................................................................................... 37
FREQUENCY RANGE ....................................................................................... 35
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATION (HANDSET) ....................................................... 35
LAMP CADENCE (HANDSET) .......................................................................... 35
BEEP / RINGER CADENCE (HANDSET) ............................................................ 35
BASE UNIT ..................................................................................................... 36
FCC RULES AND REGULATIONS .................................................................... 36
SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................... 35
Handset Registration................................................................................ 29
De-registering a Handset ......................................................................... 31
De-registering a Handset ......................................................................... 32
REGISTRATION AND TROUBLESHOOTING......................................... 29
PROGRAMMING FIELDS .................................................................................. 21
LANGUAGE .................................................................................................... 22
REGISTRATION ............................................................................................... 23
DE-REGISTRATION ......................................................................................... 24
RING MODE ................................................................................................... 25
AUTO PICK UP ................................................................................................ 26
RESET HANDSET ............................................................................................ 28
HANDSET PROGRAMMING....................................................................... 20
Battery ...................................................................................................... 17
Out of Range............................................................................................. 18
No Link to Base ........................................................................................ 18
Registration .............................................................................................. 18
Key Lock (Flash / Transfer) ..................................................................... 18
Key Unlock ............................................................................................... 19
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Talk Button .......................................................................................................... 9
T
Soft Buttons ................................................................................................... 8, 20
Speaker Button................................................................................................... 10
Specification
Base Unit....................................................................................................... 36
Beep Cadence................................................................................................ 35
Electrical ....................................................................................................... 35
Frequency Range........................................................................................... 35
Lamp Cadence............................................................................................... 35
Ring Cadence ................................................................................................ 35
S
Registration.................................................................................................. 18, 23
Base Unit....................................................................................................... 30
Dip Switches ................................................................................................. 30
Handset ......................................................................................................... 29
Procedure ...................................................................................................... 29
Reset Handset .................................................................................................... 28
Ring.................................................................................................................... 25
Ring and Vibrate................................................................................................ 25
Ring Mode ......................................................................................................... 25
R
Quick Setup Guide............................................................................................. 11
Q
Part Numbers ....................................................................................................... 8
Power Button ....................................................................................................... 9
Power On/Off............................................................................................... 16, 37
Private mode ...................................................................................................... 26
Programmable Buttons......................................................................................... 9
Programming Fields........................................................................................... 21
P
Operation ........................................................................................................... 16
Out of Range...................................................................................................... 18
O
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No Link to Base ................................................................................................. 18
Normal Operation
Display Callouts............................................................................................ 16
Normal Operation Mode
Dip Switches ................................................................................................. 33
N
Language............................................................................................................ 22
L
Key Lock ........................................................................................................... 37
Key Unlock ........................................................................................................ 19
K
Installation ......................................................................................................... 11
Base Unit....................................................................................................... 12
Handset ......................................................................................................... 11
Introduction.......................................................................................................... 5
I
Handset Programming ....................................................................................... 20
Handsfree........................................................................................................... 26
Headset Jack ...................................................................................................... 10
Hold ................................................................................................................... 38
Hold Button ......................................................................................................... 9
Hot Keypad .......................................................................................................... 5
H
Getting Started ................................................................................................... 11
G
Hold................................................................................................................. 9
Programmable Buttons.................................................................................... 9
Soft Buttons..................................................................................................... 8
Speaker.......................................................................................................... 10
Talk ................................................................................................................. 9
Transfer ........................................................................................................... 9
Volume Bar ................................................................................................... 10
Flash..................................................................................................................... 9
Frequency Range ............................................................................................... 35
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PCS digital™ designed the Wireless Key Telephone Handset to function similar to
the 31-button telephone with the mobility of a wireless environment. The handset
has a hot keypad, allowing telephone numbers to be dialed without having to press
the “Talk” or “Speaker” buttons and it can be used for hands free communications.
The Wireless Handset has 3 interactive soft buttons, 6 programmable flexible
buttons, and 7 fixed buttons –including the volume bar (to increase or decrease the
volume) and speaker buttons which are found on the sides. And to make the most of
the Wireless Handset , it has a 2.5 mm headset jack and it can be programmed to
ring, vibrate or ring and vibrate for each incoming call, making the PCS digital
Wireless Key Telephone Handset one of the most versatile key telephone available
for businesses today.
Features (Handset)
The Wireless Key Telephone Handset was designed to allow you to move freely
while maintaining access to any number of outside lines, and resources of your
office telephone system. It can be used for administrative and system programming
as well as function in a hands free environment. Most of the PCS digital™ systems
support a maximum of 4 wireless handsets using 2 remote base units; each can
support 2 simultaneous (Central Office or Intercom) conversations.
Introduction
Wireless Handset
Interactive Soft
Buttons
Hold Button
Function Button
Feature Button
Charging Base
Volume Bar
6-Programmable
Buttons
Talk Button
Flash / Transfer
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Speaker
Back Lit, 3 line
LCD
Telephone Callouts
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FCC Rules and Regulations ............................................................................... 36
Feature Buttons .................................................................................................... 9
Feature Matrix...................................................................................................... 7
Features................................................................................................................ 5
Fixed Buttons....................................................................................................... 8
Dial Keypad .................................................................................................... 9
Feature Button................................................................................................. 9
Flash................................................................................................................ 9
Function Button............................................................................................... 9
F
Default Button Layout ......................................................................................... 8
De-Register
Handset 1 ...................................................................................................... 34
Handset 2 ...................................................................................................... 34
De-Registration.................................................................................................. 24
Base Unit....................................................................................................... 33
Dip Switches ................................................................................................. 33
Handset ......................................................................................................... 32
Dial Keypad ......................................................................................................... 9
Display ICON .................................................................................................... 17
Battery........................................................................................................... 17
Key Lock....................................................................................................... 18
Ring Modes ................................................................................................... 17
D
Comparison Table................................................................................................ 7
C
Background Music ............................................................................................. 17
Base Unit
LED Cadence ................................................................................................ 14
Belt Clip............................................................................................................. 37
B
Answer a Call..................................................................................................... 38
Auto Pick up ...................................................................................................... 26
A
INDEX
Wireless Handset
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Place a Call
Dial the intercom telephone number or press one of the 6preprogrammed buttons, with an intercom or Central Office line
programmed on it.
Press the “Talk” button to terminate an active telephone call. Pressing the speaker
button may not terminate the call, depending on the conversation mode.
Terminate a Call
Option 2:
While on a telephone call, press one of the 6-preprogrammed buttons
containing the extension number where the call will be transferred to.
There are several ways to transfer a call.
Option 1:
While on a telephone call, press the Hold button
Dial the destination (extension number, voicemail or hunt group)
Press the Transfer button to complete the transfer
Transfer
To place a call on hold, press the hold button. To retrieve the call press the hold
button again, or select the CO Line on hold.
Hold
Intercom calls can be answered in hands free mode, allowing you to converse with
the calling party without press any buttons. If the handset rings, press either the
“Talk” or the “Speaker” button to answer the call. Depending on the “Auto Pickup”
parameter, you can also answer a call just by removing the handset from the
charging base.
Answer a Call
Yes
Yes
2 – Line
16 –
Character
N/A
Yes (with
LED)
Yes
20
Yes
3
Yes (With
LED)
Yes
N/A
Yes
Yes
Dial Keypad (12 key touch tone®)
Hold
LCD
Soft Buttons
Speaker
Headset Jack
Up to 9 hours of Talk Time
Up to 160 hours of Stand By time
Up to 250 Feet or 62,000 ft2
2.55 mm – commonly used on Cellular
Telephones
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Description
Frequency Hopping (90 Channels/100 times
per second) helps eliminate frequency
interference.
Operating Range (depending on the
environment)
Nickel Metal Hydride Battery (depending on
environmental conditions)
2.4 GHz
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes – Left Side
No
6
Yes (Requires a
button)
3
Yes
Yes
Yes (On LCD)
Yes (On LCD)
Yes (Requires a
button)
Yes
Yes
3 – Line
16 – Character
Wireless
Handset
Feature
Feature Matrix
System Programming
Talk
Transfer / Flash
Volume UP/Down
Off-Hook Voice Announce
Programmable Buttons
Redial
LCD Backlit
Message Waiting Indicator
N/A
Yes
31-Button
Battery Charge Indicator
Conference or Page
Feature
31-Button display telephone and the Wireless Key Telephone Handset
Comparison Table
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Transfer /
Flash
2
5
8
0
Function /
Feature
The Red LED lights
when the feature is active
Soft Button 2 (F2)
3
6
9
#
Hold
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F1
F2
Three Line
16-Character
Display
F3
A
The Soft Buttons are interactive buttons that update based on the status of the
handset, designed to make programming and feature operation easier. In the manual
they are referred to as F1, F2 and F3.
Three (3) Soft Buttons
Fixed Button Descriptions (Handset)
1
4
7
*
Talk
Soft Button 1 (F1)
Programmable Button 1
Programmable Button 2
Programmable Button 3
Default Button Layout
Soft Button 3 (F3)
Programmable Button 4
Programmable Button 5
Programmable Button 6
2.4 GHz Wireless Key Telephone with Charging Base and Base
Station
2.4 GHz Wireless Key Telephone with Charging Base
6006-00
6006-61
Description
Part Numbers
Part Numbers
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Press the Flash key for 3 seconds, to lock and unlock the keys on the handset. This
will prevent the handset from dialing unintended digits. Although the keys are
locked, incoming calls can still be answered by pressing the talk or speaker keys.
The “Ç” in the display is the indication that the handset is locked. To unlock the
keys, after pressing the Flash button for 3 seconds, the third soft button will have to
be pressed as well.
Key Lock
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To turn the power on or off, press the hold button for 3 seconds. When powered up,
the back lit LCD display, will show the current date and time, extension number and
ring mode. To conserve energy, the back lit display will turn off in 10 seconds and
after 20 seconds, the handset will go into sleep mode and only displaying, ring
mode, current battery charge, and the extension number. Any activity on the
telephone will wake the call up, and the handset will become fully functional.
Power On/Off
To help eliminate misplacing the Wireless Handset, we’ve included a belt clip. The
belt clip is attached to the back of the handset by inserting the plastic posts, found on
the belt clips, into the indentation found on the handset.
Belt Clip
The “Hot Keypad” is a step saver dialing feature, which allows calls to be placed
without having to press extra buttons. Simply dial the extension that you are trying
to reach, or press the CO line and dial the telephone number. There is no need to
press the speaker or talk button before dialing.
The Wireless Handset takes the place of the 31-Button key telephone; it has an easy
to read 3-line LCD, 3 interactive soft buttons and a Hot Keypad. 6-programmable
buttons can be assigned as a CO Line, an extension or a feature, allowing calls to be
answered, transferred, placed on hold, or forwarded from the Wireless Handset, just
like the 31-Button Key Telephone.
User’s Guide
Wireless Handset
Two port digital (2-wire) to the telephone system, using a
standard RJ11C
The voltage for the base unit is supplied by the telephone
system over the digital port, connected through port 1.
AC Power port is reserved for special environments only.
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This product has been tested and found to be compliant with Part 15, and is eligible
to use the telephone system’s registration number.
FCC Rules and Regulations
Power Jack
Port Jack
Line Jack
Base Unit
Although Mute can not be programmed on a button, it can be (De)activated by
dialing the code “f76”
Mute
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The Programmable Feature Buttons, with red LED’s, can be programmed with a
desired feature/function including Central Office Lines, Intercom, and Extension
Features such as Call Forward, Do-Not-Disturb, etc. To program a feature/function
button:
1) Press f [#] + [3]
2) Press the button to be programmed
3) Select the desired feature using the soft buttons
Programmable Feature Buttons
The Hold Button is used to place Intercom and Central Office telephone calls on
hold. Additionally, pressing the hold button for three (3) seconds will power the
handset on and off.
Hold (Power)
The Function / Feature Button is used to activate features, enter the Attendant
administration mode or to enter System programming mode.
Function / Feature
The Transfer Button is used to transfer calls to other stations in the system. When
used as Flash, it will refresh the external dial tone from the telephone service
provider. To help eliminate the Wireless Handset from dialing erroneous numbers,
the key can be locked by pressing the Flash (Transfer) button for three (3) seconds.
To Unlock the keys press and hold the Flash (Transfer) button for three (3) seconds,
followed by the right soft button.
Flash (Transfer)
The Talk Button is used to answer or originate an Intercom or Central Office calls.
Talk
The dial keypad is used to dial telephone numbers.
Dial Keypad
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Speaker Button
The Speaker Button is used to active the Speakerphone on an idle or busy handset
Speaker (Right Side)
Volume Bar
Headset Jack 2.55
mm
The headset becomes active when it is plugged in. However, for proper operation the
feature code f [9] + [#] may be required. When a headset is plugged into the
handset, the speakerphone becomes disabled.
Headset Jack (Left Side)
The volume bar is used to increase or decrease the receiver, ringer, speaker and
headset volumes.
Volume (Left Side)
2.4 to 2.4835 GHz
90
Rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride
3.6 V DC – 700 mAh
Up to 160 hours
Up to 9 hours
Up to 250 feet
Up to 62, 500 ft2
Line or Intercom is idle, or the feature is not active
Feature is active
0.5 seconds on, 0.5 seconds off, repeating
0.1 seconds on, 0.1 seconds off, repeating
1.85 seconds on, 0.05 seconds off, 0.05 seconds on,
0.05 seconds repeating
CO/Trunk Ring
Hold Recall Ring
Intercom Ring
Key Tone
Single Beep
Double Beep
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50 milliseconds
500 milliseconds
250 milliseconds on, 250 milliseconds off, 250 milliseconds
on, then off
300 milliseconds on, 400 milliseconds off, 300 milliseconds
on, 2 seconds off repeating
1 second on, 2 seconds off, repeating
300 milliseconds on, 400 milliseconds off, repeating
Beep / Ringer Cadence (Handset)
Dark
Lit
Slow
Fast
I-Use
Lamp Cadence (Handset)
Battery
Power Rating
Stand-by Time
Talk Time
Line of Sight
Ft2
Electrical Specification (Handset)
Frequency Range
Operating
Channels
Frequency Range
Specifications
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2
3
ON
2
3
ON
De-register Handset 2
1
2
3
ON
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(())
PLEASE
REGISTER!
Because the de-registration process is initiated from the base unit, the handset
remains passive and will update once the de-registration process is complete. To
confirm that the de-registration process is successful, the de-registered handset(s)
will display:
1
When the process is complete, remove power from the base unit by
unplugging port 1. Place the dipswitches back into the “Normal
Operation” mode, by placing all switches up or off position.
Re-plug port on into the base unit to restore power. During the deregistration process the LED on the base unit will flash at a unique rate;
125 milliseconds on, 125 milliseconds off. The de-registration process will
take approximately five (5) seconds.
De-register Handset 1
1
De-register Individual Handsets
To remove power form the base unit, unplug port 1
Reposition the dip switches as follows:
Handset 1 – Place switches 1 and 2 in the down position (On)
and switch 3 in the up position (Off).
Handset 2 – Place switch 1 in the down position (On) and
switches 2 and 3 in the up position (Off).
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The base unit, handset, charging base and electrical plug come as a kit. Before you
begin, make sure that all of these items are in good working order. Not shown here
is the wall mount plate that gets mounted under the base unit and the belt clip that
attaches to be back of the handset.
Getting Started
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The Wireless Key Telephone Handset is actually a full function key set without
wires. Therefore, each unit requires its own digital extension in the telephone
system. The digital extensions are plugged into the back of the base station, which is
connected wirelessly with up to two (2) handsets. Each telephone system can have a
total of four (4) wireless handsets (2 base units, each with 2 handsets).
Installation
This section is designed to get the wireless handset on line quickly and easily, using
a brief outline format.
Quick Setup Guide
Wireless Handset
a.
Ensure the handset is fully charged, by charging it for 24 hours
before use. While programming, each handset is identified by the
port that it is plugged into, port 1 = line 1, port 2 = line 2.
NO LINK TO BASE
The handset will try to establish a connection to the base unit, which is not
yet active. The display will update:
Note: If the handset does not power up automatically, don’t worry, just press the hold button
for three (3) seconds to power it up manually.
INITIALIZING
PLEASE WAIT…
Unpack the wireless handset and charging base unit
a. The charging base requires electricity and it should be plugged
into a 117 + 10% AC outlet. When the handset is placed into the
charging unit, the red charging light will illuminate.
Open the back of the handset, found at the bottom, to install the supplied
battery.
a. Unpack the battery
b. Plug the battery cable into the small white connector found at the
bottom of the handset; then clip the battery into place.
c. Replace the back cover
The handset will power up, if the battery has enough stored power, and the
display will say:
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It is complete line powered, by the telephone system through the RJ11C jack so
there is no need to locate it near an AC outlet. It is more important that it is a
centrally located area.
The wireless base unit is a compact radio transmitter that connects the telephone
system with the Wireless Key Telephone Handset. It contains Printed Circuit Boards
(PCB’s) that can be susceptible to excessive heat or cold. Therefore, it should be
mounted in a clean, heat regulated area with a relative temperature of 50 to 80
degrees with a relative humidity of 40 to 80 percent.
Wireless Base Unit
4)
3)
2)
1)
Wireless Key Telephone Handset
2
3
ON
1
2
3
ON
When the process is complete, remove power from the base unit by
unplugging port 1. Place the dipswitches back into the “Normal
Operation” mode, by placing all switches up or off position.
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Re-plug port on into the base unit to restore power. During the deregistration process the LED on the base unit will flash at a unique rate;
125 milliseconds on, 125 milliseconds off. The de-registration process will
take approximately five (5) seconds.
1
De-register All Handsets
To remove power form the base unit, unplug port 1
Reposition the dip switches as follows – Place switches 1 and 2 in the up
position (Off) and switches 3 in the down position (On).
Base Unit
The Dip Switches are used to de-register one, or both, handsets form the base unit.
To de-register a handset, it must be idle.
Wireless Handset
A
(())
DE-REGISTER
YES?
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(())
PLEASE
REGISTER
If it is successful the display will update:
(())
> DE-REGISTER
PLEASE WAIT…
Select “No” to back out of this area without de-registering the handset. Select “Yes”
to de-register the handset. The display will update:
(())
DE-REGISTER
NO?
Press (F1) or (F2) to toggle between “No” and “Yes”, press “OK” (F3) when the
desired answer is in the display.
(())
> DE-REGISTER
VIBRATION
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The Wireless Base Unit can be surface or wall mounted. The wall mount kit is a
standard wall place mounting bracket and the antenna can be kept straight for wall
mount, or bent at a 90 degree angle for surface mounting
ON occasion a handset needs to be de-registered. This would happen if the handset
were going to be used on the different base unit. There are two methods for deregistering handsets: From the base unit using the dipswitches all handsets, or the
individual handsets can be De-register or from the handset, each can be de-register
individually.
Handset
While in the programming mode, select the “De-registration” parameter:
Wall Mount
De-registering a Handset
Wireless Handset
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1)
3
ON
Dip Switch
ii. Plug in port 1 to power up the base unit
Line 1
Line 2
Line Power
Antenna
i. If both extensions will be used, plug port 2 in first
Connect the base unit to the telephone system using one digital
port for each wireless key telephone handset.
2
d.
To ensure proper operation, locate the red LED on the front of the
base unit. There are three (3) different cadences and they are:
Note: The base station is completely powered by the telephone system so there is no need for an
external power supply or AC outlet.
c.
1
Unpack the Wireless Base Unit
a. To provide the best possible signal the unit should be located at
an optimum height and location for the coverage area. Like all
wireless systems, the wireless handset works best when it is in the
line-of-sight of the base unit. Obstacles such as concrete or metal
walls can substantially limit the range. Although rare, other
equipment in the same frequency range may cause interference.
When using more than one base unit, be sure to place them at
least 15 feet apart.
b. For proper operation, the dipswitches on the back of the base unit
should all be set to the “Off” position. (All switches follow the
white squares and are in the up position.)
1
2
3
ON
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Before proceeding remember to place the dipswitches in the “Normal” position (All
switches up, in the off position) as seen below.
(())
FAILED!
TRY AGAIN!
If the registration process is unsuccessful the following will be seen:
Wireless Handset
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2
3
ON
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(())
JAN01 TUE 4:14
NAME
12
The display shows that the handset is now on line:
Note: If Handset 2 is being register the display will say “HANDSET #2”
(())
> REGISTERED
HANDSET # 1
If successful, the handset will update:
(())
REGISTRATING
PLEASE WAIT...
Plug port 1 in – restoring power to the base unit
Wait 5 seconds – the LED begins flashing rapidly. For the next 30 seconds, while
the LED is rapidly flashing, PRESS THE “OK” (F3) BUTTON on the Handset.
Note: The LED will flash in the “Registration Mode” Cadence (125 milliseconds on, 125
milliseconds off). Dipswitch 1 is off (up) and Dipswitches 2 and 3 are on (Down), which takes
about five (5) seconds.
1
Base Unit
To remove power from the Base Unit by unplugging port 1
Place Dip Switch 1, in the up position, turning if off, while leaving switches 2 and 3
in the down position, turning them on. Switches follow the white squares, See
below:
e.
Cadence
500 milliseconds on, 500 milliseconds off
1000 milliseconds on, 1000 milliseconds off
125 milliseconds on, 125 milliseconds off
REGISTERED
HANDSET # 1
a
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Handset Registration
The Wireless Handset that comes with a Base Unit is factory
registered and should be operational right out of the box. If the
handset does not become operational, please see the
troubleshooting section for directions to manually register the
handset.
Normal Operation
Transition Mode
(De) Register Mode
Operation
Wireless Handset
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2)
1)
POWER OFF
(()) Ç JAN 01 TUE 4:11
NAME
12
Station Number
Battery Indication
Battery Indication
NAME
(())
Ç
12
To extend the battery standby time, the handset is designed to go into
standby mode. Once in standby mode, the display updates, see below, and
the handset becomes passive and does not update until a button is pressed.
Station Name
Ring Mode
Station Lock
Once the Wireless Handset is registered the display will update to show the
ring mode(s), battery indication, date, time, user name, if supplied, and the
extension number.
Normal Operation
POWER ON
The display will indicate a change in status:
To turn the handset on, press the “Hold” button for three (3) seconds. The handset
will go through a start up procedure and the display will say “POWER ON”.
Although it is not necessary to turn the power off when not in use, the Wireless
Handset can be turned off by pressing the “Hold” Button for three (3) seconds.
When the telephone is idle, it will automatically go into standby mode to preserve
the battery charge. The Handset becomes active when a call is received or when any
key is pressed.
DO NOT PRESS “OK” (F3) AT THIS TIME
(())
REGISTRATION
YES?
Press either the first or second (F1 or F2) soft button, changing from “NO?” to
“YES?”
(())
REGISTRATION
NO?
Press the “OK” button (F3) to select “Registration”
(())
> REGISTRATION
DE-REGISTER
Press the first soft button (F1) to enter the programming mode
(())
PLEASE
REGISTER!
Handset
Press the Hold button for 3 seconds to power up the wireless handset
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If the handset power is on, press the Hold button for 3 seconds to turn the handset
off. Wait 10 seconds before beginning the registration process
Handset Registration
The Wireless Handset will be pre-register to a base unit, if they are purchased as a
package. If the handset is not registered perform the following steps:
The Wireless keyset is designed for people on the go. The interactive display and
soft buttons make it easy to program and operate. This section is to help you
understand the displays.
Power On / Off
Registration and Troubleshooting
Operation
Wireless Handset
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A
(())
RESET HANDSET
YES?
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(())
INITIALIZING
PLEASE WAIT…
After the reset is complete, the handset restarts:
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RESETTING
PLEASE WAIT…
If “NO” is selected, the handset will not be initialized and will return to the initial
menu. If “YES” is selected, the display will update and the handset will initialize
and restart automatically.
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RESET HANDSET
NO?
Press (F1) or (F2) to toggle between “No” and “Yes”, press “OK” (F3) when the
desired answer is in the display.
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> RESET HANDSET
LANGUAGE
Select “Reset Handset” to initialize the handset, press “OK” (F3).
Reset Handset is used to initialize the handset back to factory default for these 6programming parameters. Extension features, programmed by the telephone system
and the programmable buttons are unaffected by this reset function.
Reset Handset
Vibrate Mode
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Ring & Vibrate
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LOW BATTERY ƒ
Low Battery Indication
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When the wireless handset is not in the charging base, background music, when
enabled (f52), will drain the current telephone charge.
Battery Full Charge
The Wireless Handset is powered by a long life rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydrate
battery pack. The Battery ICON, which is located on the top right hand side of the
display, shows how much change is left on the installed battery. As the charge
decreases so does the size of the battery ICON. If the charge gets too low, the ICON
gets very small the display will show, “Low Battery”. If the handset is in use an
audible tone is heard once every 15 seconds.
Battery
Ring Mode
There are three ring modes: Ring, Vibrate, and both Ring and Vibrate. The visual
indication is located at the top left hand side of the display.
Ring
The Display ICONS are pictures that are designed to help the user understand the
status of the Wireless Key Telephone Handset.
Caller ID call log
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Ç JAN 01 TUE 4:12
NAME CID 12
Depending on the PCS digital System, the Wireless Handset could have an
individual call log, with the following display:
Display ICONS
3)
Wireless Handset
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Ç
When the Wireless Handset is idle, press the “Flash/Transfer” button for three (3)
seconds to lock and unlock the buttons (keys). This will prevent the handset from
dialing unintended digits. Although the keys are locked, incoming calls can still be
answered by pressing the talk or speaker keys. The “Ç” in the display is the
indication that the handset is locked.
Key Lock (Flash / Transfer)
PLEASE REGISTER
If the Wireless Handset is not registered to the Base Unit, the LCD display “Please
Register” and not the extension name and number. To register the handset, refer to
the “Troubleshooting” section.
Registration
NO LINK TO BASE
If the connection from the Wireless Handset is lost, due to a power failure or lost
connection to the telephone system, the display will say “No Link to Base”. This is
an indication that the handset and the base unit are unable to communicate with each
other. To reestablish the link, return to the base unit to make sure that it is operating
correctly. Reestablishing link may take up to 30 seconds.
No Link to Base
OUT OF RANGE
When the handset is carried out of signal range from the base unit, a warning tone
will be repeated every 5 seconds and the display will update.
Out of Range
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AUTO PICKUP
RECEIVER
OK!
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Once the Desired Auto Pick up mode is selected, press the “OK” Button (F3). A
confirmation tone will be heard and the display will update:
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AUTO PICKUP
DISABLE
When set to “Disable” the user must remove the handset from its charging base and
press either the “Talk” or “Speaker” buttons to answer the incoming call.
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AUTO PICKUP
HANDSFREE
When set to “Hands free” the user can converse with intercom callers without
pressing any buttons or taking the handset out of the charging base. Central Office
calls still require the handset to be taken out of the base unit, press the Talk or
Speaker Button.
Wireless Handset
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Answer Hands free
Receiver
Handsfree
Announce only. User must dial “f76”to disable Mute
Rings, does not
Rings, answers in Rings, answer in
answer when
“Talk” mode
“Speaker” mode
removed from the
when removed
when removed from
charging base unit.
from the base unit the charging unit
Disabled
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AUTO PICKUP
RECEIVER
When set to “Receiver” the user can answer a ringing call by removing the handset
from the charging base or by pressing either the “Talk” or “Speaker Button”.
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> AUTO PICKUP
RELEASE CALL
Select auto pickup to customize the way each handset will answer incoming calls.
VA-HF
(Handsfree)
VA – Private
Tone Ringing
Wireless Handset Auto Pick-up Operation:
The Auto Pick up functionality can be affected by the H-T-P (f98) feature.
To ensure proper operation please refer to the following matrix:
Auto pick up allows the user to select how calls will be answered. There are three
(3) ways that a call can be answered, Hands free, Receiver and Disabled. In Hands
free mode the user can converse with incoming callers without removing the handset
from its charging base. In Receiver mode the user must remove the handset for the
charging base in order to converse. When Auto Pick up is disabled, the user will
have to remove the handset from the base unit and press either the Talk or the
speaker button to converse with the calling party.
Auto Pick up
F2
F3
TO UNLOCK
PRESS [F3]
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To ensure that the keys are not accidentally unlocked, the right “Soft Button” must
be pressed within three seconds to complete the “unlock” procedure. If the button is
not pressed the Handset remains locked.
Note: “Long Key Press” = Press and hold the “Flash/Transfer” key for an extended period of
time, usually up to 3 seconds.
F1
LONG KEY PRESS
[TRANSFER]
TO UNLOCK
To Unlock the Handset, Press the “Flash/Transfer” button for three (3) seconds the
display updates:
Key Unlock
Wireless Handset
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F3 (Right)
F2 (Center)
Soft Buttons
Left (F1)
Left Soft Button (F1)
Function
Enter/Exit Handset Programming Mode
Scroll up
Yes
Scroll down
No
Select
OK
Left Soft Button (F1)
Right Soft Button (F1)
The Handset has three different ring modes. Ring, Vibrate, and Ring and Vibrate.
The Default setting is Ring only.
To enter the Handset programming mode, press and hold the first soft button (F1) for
3 seconds. The soft keys assist in the programming process. In programming the
soft keys do double duty. When scrolling through the main programming screen,
soft keys (F1) and F2) are used for “Up” and “Down”. However, once a parameter
is selected, they are used for “Yes” and “No”. The right soft key (F3) is used for
“Select” and “OK”.
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VIBRATION
√RING + VIB OK!
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Once the desired Ring mode is selected press the “OK” (F3). A confirmation tone
will be heard and the display will update:
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Once the desired language is in the display, press OK (F3). A confirmation tone will
be heard and the word “OK” will appear in the display.
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VIBRATION
√RING √VIBRATOR
When set to “Ring and Vibrator” – the handset will ring and vibrate when the
extension number is dialed. Press “OK” (F3), the ICON will update.
(( ))
VIBRATION
RING √VIBRATOR
When set to “Vibrator” – the handset will vibrate when the extension number is
dialed. Press “OK” (F3), the ICON will update.
VIBRATION
√RING VIBRATION
When set to “Ring” – the handset will ring when the extension number is dialed.
Press “OK” (F3), the ICON will update.
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> VIBRATION
AUTO PICKUP
Select Vibration to set the type of ringing for this handset.
Ring Mode
Handset Programming
Wireless Handset
A
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> DE-REGISTER
YES?
Ring, Vibrate, Ring and Vibrate
Receiver, Hands free, disable
Parameters
English, French Spanish
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Note: If the procedure fails, please see the Troubleshooting section.
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From this point on, the manual assumes that the Wireless Handset is in programming
mode.
If the de-registration process is successful the display will update and a confirmation
tone will be heard.
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> DE-REGISTER
OK!
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> LANGUAGE
REGISTRATION
Select the programming parameter from the programming menu by scrolling through
the choices. When the “>” sign is on the parameter to be programmed, press OK
(F3). In the example below, the “Language parameter will be programmed.
= Default Value
Heading
Language
Register
Deregister
Vibration
Auto Pick up
Reset Handset
There are six (6) programming fields that can be customized for each Wireless
Handset.
Programming Fields
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DE-REGISTERING
PLEASE WAIT…
While the de-registration process takes place the following will be displayed:
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> DE-REGISTER
NO?
Select “Yes” to begin the de-registration process.
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> DE-REGISTER
VIBRATION
Occasionally it may be necessary to de-register a handset. Once de-registered, the
handset is no longer considered part of the system. To de-register a handset, select
“De-register” fin the programming menu and press “OK” (F3).
De-Registration
Wireless Handset
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LANGUAGE
ESPANOL
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LANGUAGE
FRANCAIS
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To continue programming press the down button or to exit programming press the
hold button.
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> LANGUAGE
REGISTRATION
After three (3) seconds the display will update to the upper level menu. The
following display will be seen:
The telephone system may deliver some information in English, depending on the host system
and the application
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>LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
OK!
Once the desired language is in the display, press OK (F3). A confirmation tone will
be heard and the word “OK” will appear in the display.
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LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
A
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> REGISTRATION
YES?
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FAILED
TRY AGAIN!
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If this procedure fails, the display will update and the registration process will
have to be tried again.
Note: The “#” is the number of the handset being registered. If the procedure fails please see
the Troubleshooting section.
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>REGISTERED
HANDSET #
If the registration process is successful the display will update and a confirmation
tone is heard.
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> REGISTERING
PLEASE WAIT…
While the registration process takes place the following will be displayed:
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>REGISTRATION
NO?
Select “Yes” to begin the registration process.
Each Wireless Handset becomes an extension on the system after it has been
registered. To register a new phone, set the Dip Switches on the host base unit, as
demonstrated in the troubleshooting section. Select Registration from the
programming menu and press “OK” (F3).
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>REGISTRATION
DE-REGISTER
The Wireless Handset can be personalized to display the prompts in three (3)
different languages: English, French, and Spanish. The default language is English.
Press the down button (F2) to scroll through the languages.
Registration
Language
Wireless Handset
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