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Pager User`s Guide
Product Family NP88 POCSAG
Pager User’s Guide
Unication Group
PAGER USER’S GUIDE
NP88 POCSAG
Contents
Page
INTRODUCTION....................................................................................................................... 3
CONTROLS .............................................................................................................................. 3
TURNING YOUR PAGER ON................................................................................................... 4
TURNING YOUR PAGER OFF ................................................................................................. 5
RECEIVING AND READING MESSAGES ............................................................................... 5
TURNING THE LIGHT ON AND OFF....................................................................................... 7
CHANGING ALERT MODES.................................................................................................... 7
SELECTING AN AUDIBLE ALERT .......................................................................................... 7
SETTING THE TIME ................................................................................................................. 8
SETTING THE ALARM............................................................................................................. 8
SETTING THE DATE ................................................................................................................ 9
SAVING MESSAGES ............................................................................................................... 9
ERASING ALL MESSAGES................................................................................................... 10
SELECTIVE ERASING OF MESSAGES................................................................................ 10
EFFECTIVE USE OF YOUR NP88 POCSAG PAGER........................................................... 11
BATTERY INFORMATION...................................................................................................... 11
FEATURES ............................................................................................................................. 11
CLEANING YOUR NP88 POCSAG PAGER .......................................................................... 13
REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE............................................................................................... 13
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of an Unication NP88 POCSAG pager. Your
NP88 POCSAG pager utilizes the latest in paging technology − POCSAG
TECHNOLOGY. This technological advancement extends battery life up to five times
longer than ordinary pagers, saving you time and money. As a NP88 POCSAG
pager user, you can feel more confident in receiving your pages because POCSAG
technology improves the ability to receive pages.
Along with POCSAG technology, this compact pager uses many advances in
electronic and wireless technology which allow you to receive numeric messages
instantly and affordably.
CONTROLS
Buttons
On/Read/Select − turn pager on, read incoming messages, and select the
function displayed.
Backlight/Reset − turn the display light on and reset the pager to the standby
screen, which shows time, date, alarm status, and alert status. Press
twice to reset to the standby screen.
Menu - scroll through the menu.
After performing any pager function described in this user’s guide (setting the time,
date, alarm, and so on), your NP88 POCSAG pager automatically returns to the
standby screen and activates the selections you made.
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Function Indicators
Silent Alert − the pager alerts without audible alerts for incoming messages.
Audible Alert − one of several pleasing audible alerts sound for an incoming
message.
Alarm − the alarm alerts you at the set time.
Message Lock − this message is locked against deletion.
Slide Door
Continuous Message − more message information is on the next screen
Battery Door Lock
On/Read/
Select
Button
Menu
Unlock
Button
Backlight/
Reset
Button
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TURNING YOUR PAGER ON
Press
to turn your pager on.
Your pager gives an alert by either a sound or a vibration, indicating it is on. After
displaying the power-up screen, the time of day, the date, and an alert indicator
are shown on the standby screen.
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TURNING YOUR PAGER OFF
1.
Press
2.
Press
until
is displayed.
to turn your pager off.
NOTE: The pager displays the time and date, but not an alert mode indicator. If the
alarm is set, the alarm indicator
remains on the screen when the pager is off.
RECEIVING AND READING MESSAGES
Your NP88 POCSAG pager can receive up to sixteen 20-character messages.
When a message is received, the pager alerts for eight seconds.
1.
Press any button to stop the alert.
2.
Press
3.
Press
to display the message.
twice while reading your message to return to the standby screen.
Messages longer than 12 characters display on a second screen, indicated by the
symbol. Press
to display the second screen. The second screen is displayed
automatically after one minute, even if
is not pressed.
The last screen of your message displays the message slot number and the time
received.
If a message is not read, the pager gives a reminder alert every two minutes and the
screen displays the number of unread messages (i.e., 1 Page, 2 Pages) until all
messages are read.
If the pager receives more messages than its available memory can hold, the new
message replaces the oldest read, unlocked message.
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An overflow condition occurs when all message slots are filled and a new message is
received. Upon receipt of a message, while the pager is in the overflow condition, the
oldest unprotected message is deleted to store new messages. In this mode, the
overflow indicator replaces the default idle display with
. Messages must be
read to clear the overflow display.
Alarm Indicator
Message Protect Indicator
Alert Indicator
Continuous Message Indicator
Message Slot umber
Message Time Stamp
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TURNING THE LIGHT ON AND OFF
1.
Press
to turn the light on.
2.
To turn the light off, press
again. The light turns off automatically after
returning to the standby screen.
CHANGING ALERT MODES
1.
Press
2.
Press
3.
Press
4.
Press
until
is displayed.
again and the current alert mode is displayed.
until the desired alert mode is displayed. (Audio, Vibrate, Chirp, Silent)
to select the alert mode and the pager will return to the standby
screen then chirp, vibrate or silent depending on alert mode selection.
For your pager to alert audibly when a message is received, it must be in “Audio” or
“chirp” mode. For your pager to be silent when a message is received, it must be in
“Silent” mode.
SELECTING AN AUDIBLE ALERT
1.
Press
2.
Press
example:
3.
Press
until
is displayed.
again
and
the
current
alert
number
is
displayed,
for
, and the pager gives a sample of the alert tone.
until the desired alert type is displayed. As each alert number is
displayed, the pager gives a sample of the alert tone.
4.
Press
to select the alert number, set the alert tone to be used, and return
to the standby screen. When messages are received, your pager gives the
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selected Audio alert only when in the audible mode
.
SETTING THE TIME
1.
Press
2.
Press
3.
Press
until
is displayed.
to set the time. The hour flashes.
to change the hour. Press
to switch to the minutes. The first
digit of the minutes flashes.
4. Press
to change the first minute digit. Press
to switch to the second
digit. The second digit of the minutes flashes.
5.
to change the second minute digit. Press
Press
The
or
to switch to AM/PM.
flashes.
6.
Press
to change AM/PM.
7.
Press
twice to return to the standby screen.
SETTING THE ALARM
1.
Press
until
2. Press
3.
is displayed.
to select the alarm on/off sequence.
Press
to turn the alarm “on” or “off”. Press
or
flashes.
to switch to the hours. The
hour flashes.
4.
to change the hour. Press
Press
to switch to the minutes. The first
digit of the minutes flashes.
5. Press
to change the first minute digit. Press
to switch to the second
digit. The second digit of the minutes flashes.
6.
Press
The
to change the second minute digit. Press
or
to switch to AM/PM.
flashes.
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7.
Press
to change AM/PM.
8.
Press
twice to return to the standby screen.
The symbol
is displayed when the alarm is turned on. The pager vibrates or
is displayed at the selected time.
gives a 20-second alert and
If set, the alarm activates even when the pager is off. Press any button to stop the
alarm alert.
SETTING THE DATE
1.
Press
2.
Press
3.
Press
until
is displayed.
to set the date in your pager. The month flashes.
until the desired month is displayed. Press
to switch to the day.
The day flashes.
4.
Press
until the desired day is displayed. Press
to repeat setting the
date, if needed.
5.
Press
twice to return to the standby screen.
SAVING MESSAGES
1.
To save a message, press
while reading your message. The prompt
is displayed.
2.
The
3.
Press
to protect the message.
symbol indicates that your message is saved.
Press
prompt
while reading the saved message to remove the protection. The
is displayed.
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4.
The
Press
to remove the protection.
symbol is removed from the screen.
Saved messages cannot be erased or overwritten by new messages when memory is
full. You can save up to eight messages.
ERASING ALL MESSAGES
1.
Press
2.
Press
until
is displayed.
. Your read, unprotected messages are erased. The pager returns to
the standby screen.
prompt is displayed only if there are read and unprotected
The
messages in memory.
SELECTIVE ERASING OF MESSAGES
1.
Press
2.
Press
twice while reading a message and the
prompt is displayed.
to delete the message and return to the standby screen.
Only unprotected messages can be deleted.
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EFFECTIVE USE OF YOUR NP88 POCSAG PAGER
Your NP88 POCSAG pager can help you keep in contact with everyone important
to you. . . children or child care providers, business office, data services, and voice
mail. Be sure that your children’s school, physician, and friends have the number to
contact you in emergencies.
Give your pager number to family, friends, and associates to assure contact at any
time, any place. When they call your pager number, they enter the number where
they can be reached on a tone-type telephone. This number is then displayed on your
NP88 POCSAG pager.
If you have a cellular phone, give your pager number instead of your cellular number.
Then you can decide whom to call back, without paying for incoming cellular calls.
Your NP88 POCSAG pager can help reduce your monthly cellular phone bill!
BATTERY INFORMATION
Your NP88 POCSAG pager is designed to operate with an AAA-size alkaline
battery. The battery door is located on the back of the pager.
FEATURES
Backlight: In low-light conditions, the backlight makes the screen easy to read.
Duplicate Messages: If the same message is received more than once,
is displayed at the beginning of the latest message. This message contains the latest
timestamp and prevents a repeated message from taking an extra memory slot.
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Low Battery Indicator: When battery power reaches low levels,
is
displayed, prompting you to change the battery. All pager alerts change to two
seconds in length.
Message Erase: Messages can be erased all at once or selectively at your choice to
free space in memory.
Memory Retention: All messages remain in memory, even when the pager is off and
while the battery is being replaced.
Memory Capacity: The NP88 POCSAG pager can store up to sixteen
20-character messages, for a total of 320 characters.
Message Protect: You can protect up to eight messages stored in the pager
memory.
Overflow:
is displayed when all message slots are filled and a new
message is received. After you read all of your unread messages, the standby screen
is displayed.
Automatic Alert Reset: The pager alerts automatically stop, even if no buttons are
pressed.
Continue Alert: When PPS is selected Continue Alert, pager will alert until any
buttons are pressed after receiving messages.
Function Bits Alert: Set Audio & Alert and select “ALERT FUNC”. When pager
receives a message with different Function Bits, it will alert depends on what tone
pattern is selected.
Personal Alarm: This alarm can be set to alert you. The alarm works even when the
pager is off.
Reminder Alert: The pager chirps or vibrates every two minutes until you read all
unread messages.
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Standby Screen: The standby screen displays the time of day/date and the
indicators.
Time of Day and Day/Month: The time of day and the date display whether the
pager is on or off.
Timestamp: The time of day a message is received is displayed on the last screen of
each message.
User Selectable Audible Alerts: A selection of six alert tones gives you a choice of
message alerts heard when you are paged in the audible alert mode
CLEANING YOUR NP88 POCSAG PAGER
To clean the pager housing, use a soft, non-abrasive cloth moistened in a mild soap
and water solution. Wipe the surface using a second cloth moistened in clean water.
Do not place in water. Do not use alcohol or other cleaning solutions.
REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE
Your NP88 POCSAG pager, properly handled, is capable of many years of
trouble-free service. However, if service is required, please contact your paging
service representative or the Unication sales office for more information.
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Unication, NP88
POCSAG are Trademarks or
registered trademarks of Unication Co., Ltd.
© 2005 by Unication Co., Ltd.
All Rights Reserved.
Unication Group
5F., No.6, Wu-Kung 5Rd.,Hsinchuang City Taipei. Taiwan
Printed in Taiwan
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