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ATL Delta 40 User guide
Delta 40
Thank you for choosing a Delta 40 Answer Machine. You have selected a
carefully designed answer machine that incorporates the latest technology
giving 40 minutes total recording time, a unique product that will provide years
of excellent service.
This user guide will ensure you obtain the best use of your answer machine.
ATL Telecom Limited,
Lakeside,
Fountain Lane,
St Mellons,
Cardiff. CF3 0FB
Tel:
0330 333 8250
Fax:
0330 333 8251
www.atltelecom.com
1/393/001/610 Issue 4
Jan 10
USER GUIDE
DECLARATIONS
The terms of this agreement do not
affect your statutory rights.
GUARANTEE
Your Delta 40 answer machine is
designed and
manufactured
to
exacting quality standards.
This
enables atl telecom Limited to
offer a 2-year guarantee from the
date of purchase. This guarantee
protects against faulty material or
workmanship, and applies to the UK
only and is not transferable.
SAFETY DECLARATION
EN60950-1 Safety Instructions
It is IMPORTANT that the plug to
power unit supplied with your Delta 40
is plugged into an easily accessible
240V ac mains socket that is located
near the equipment.
The terms and conditions under which
the guarantee will be valid are as set
out below.
MANUFACTURERS
DECLARATION*
Misuse or any modification carried out
to the answer machine, or operation
other than in accordance with the
instructions supplied, will invalidate
the guarantee.
ATL Telecom Limited declares that
this product is in conformity with the
essential requirements of the R & TTE
directive 1999/5/EC.
*A copy of the Declaration of
Conformity is available, upon request,
from atl telecom Limited.
Damage arising from incorrect
installation, accidental damage or
consequential loss, are not covered
under the guarantee.
In the event of a fault developing
during the period of the guarantee,
the complete telephone should be
returned to your supplier, adequately
and safely packed, together with the
proof of purchase.
The liability of atl telecom Limited
will be limited to the cost of repair or
complete replacement of the same
defective instrument, at the discretion
of the company. In the event that the
same item is not available, a suitable
alternative will be offered.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
LOCATION OF CONTROLS AND FEATURES ..........................5
GETTING STARTED ...................................................................6
PACKAGE CONTENTS ............................................................................. 6
TELEPHONE WALL SOCKET .................................................................. 6
RECORDING THE GREETING ................................................................. 7
DEFAULT MAILBOX FOR INCOMING MESSAGES ................................ 7
Mailbox 1 .............................................................................................. 7
REVIEWING A GREETING ........................................................................ 7
SETUP.........................................................................................7
ERASING A GREETING ............................................................................ 8
RETURNING TO THE DEFAULT GREETING ........................................... 8
REVIEWING THE SETTINGS.................................................................... 8
CHANGING THE SETTINGS..................................................................... 8
SETTING THE TIME .................................................................................. 8
To Set the Hour .................................................................................... 9
To Set the Minutes............................................................................... 9
To Set the Day...................................................................................... 9
SETTING THE RINGS TO ANSWER ........................................................ 9
CALL SAVER ............................................................................................. 9
SETTING THE INCOMING MESSAGE LENGTH ..................................... 9
SETTING THE SECURITY CODE ............................................................ 10
USING YOUR DELTA 40 ...........................................................11
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME ..................................................................... 11
GREETING INDICATORS......................................................................... 11
ANSWER ON/OFF INDICATOR ............................................................... 11
MESSAGES COUNTER ........................................................................... 11
MAILBOX INDICATORS ........................................................................... 11
PLAYING MESSAGES ............................................................................. 12
WHILE PLAYING MESSAGES ................................................................. 12
MESSAGE MOVE ..................................................................................... 12
MESSAGE SCAN ..................................................................................... 13
WHILE SCANNING MESSAGES ............................................................. 13
ERASING ALL MESSAGES IN A MAILBOX ........................................... 13
LEAVING A MEMO ................................................................................... 14
TWO-WAY RECORD ................................................................................ 14
SCREENING CALLS (AUTO DISCONNECT FEATURE) ........................ 14
REMOTE ACCESS ................................................................................... 14
TECHNICAL SUPPORT ........................................................................... 15
REMOTE ACCESS CARD .........................................................17
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Cut out this remote access card so
that you can take it with you to help
you use the remote features.
Hang up
4.
Enter touch-tone command
3.
Enter 4 digit security code
after the bleep
2.
Dial phone number of the
Delta 40
1.
Delta 40
GUARANTEE............................................................................................ 19
SAFETY DECLARATION ......................................................................... 19
EN60950-1 Safety Instructions .......................................................... 19
MANUFACTURERS DECLARATION ....................................................... 19
0
DECLARATIONS .......................................................................19
REMOTE ACCESS CARD
Write down your 4 digit security
code here [First digit is factory
set to 0]
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Fold
To:
Press:
Play messages ................................1
Play previous message ....................7
[During message playback]
Skip to next message ................9
[During message playback]
Erase message ........................0
[During message playback]
Turn on answerer ............................2
Turn off answerer ............................3
Leave memo ....................................4
[Press 6 when finished]
Record greeting ...............................5
[Press 6 when finished]
Stop function ...................................6
[Or hang up during menu playback]
To set rings to answer and
message limit ..................................7
Play greeting ...................................8
To set greeting .................................9
Erase message ...............................0
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16
5
Message indicator
Number of recorded
messages.
Play 1~4
Playback recorded
messages or memos.
Stop
Stops message playback
and any other operation.
Scan
Message scan reviews first
5 seconds of each message
within a mailbox.
Microphone
For recording your outgoing
message or memo.
Next
Used to skip forward to
next message
or option.
Set/Enter
Reviews and alters answer
machine settings (i.e. time,
date, ring, etc).
Answer on-off
Switches the answer
machine on and off.
Answer on-off Indicator
Volume +/Adjusts volume of
message playback, OGM
and voice prompts.
Greeting B
Allows the recording and
playback of OGM.
Memo/Two Way
Allows a memo or two
way call recording.
Previous
Used to skip backwards to
previous message
or option.
Greeting A
Allows the recording and
playback of OGM.
Erase
Allows the recorded OGM(s)
and message(s) to be
erased.
LOCATION OF CONTROLS AND FEATURES
GETTING STARTED
USING YOUR DELTA 40
To access your Delta 40:
PACKAGE CONTENTS
Make sure your package includes the
following items:
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
For assistance in setting up or using
your Delta 40 please visit our website
at www.atltelecom.com/support or call
0845 421 0730.
1. Call your telephone number
2. After you hear the beep that
follows the greeting, enter your
4-digit security code.
1. Delta 40 Answer Machine
2. BS6312 line cord
3. 5V AC Plug Top Power Supply
Unit [ATL 5/500/000/088]
4. User Guide
3. The unit plays the remote
menu after the correct security
code has been entered. Menu
selections can be made at any
time while the menu is playing.
Use only power supplies listed in the
user instruction. ATL, 5/500/000/088
NOTE: The unit answers on the tenth
ring when it is turned off or
the memory is full. To access
the Delta 40, enter the 4-digit
security code after the beep. If
memory is full, play messages
and erase some of them to
restore memory. If the Delta
40 is off, press 2 to turn it on.
TELEPHONE WALL SOCKET
You will need a BT wall socket to
connect your Delta 40. If you do not
have a modern BS6312 wall socket,
call your telephone service provider.
Installation
1. Plug the telephone line cord
into your BS6312 wall socket.
NOTE: After the unit plays the remote
menu it will wait several
seconds for a command, then
disconnect.
2. Connect the Delta 40 line cord
into the line socket on the
back of your Delta 40 marked
“LINE”.
(Note: You do not
have to connect your telephone
in order for the Delta 40 to
record incoming messages).
3. Connect the small end of the
power supply into the power
socket on the back of the Delta
40 marked as “~5V 50Hz”. Plug
the other end into an AC power
outlet. The unit beeps once and
is ready for set up or to answer
calls with the default greeting
and settings.
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USING YOUR DELTA 40
SETUP
and
release
the
3. Press
desired mailbox button. The
conversation starts recording
after the tone.
LEAVING A MEMO
This feature allows you to leave a
memo for someone in a specific
mailbox.
To stop two-way record, press and
release STOP.
1. Press and release the MEMO/
TWO WAY button. The unit
shows Lc on the display and
asks you to select a mailbox.
The unit treats the 2-way recorded
conversation as a message, as the
MESSAGES counter and mailbox
indicator show.
2. Press and hold the desired
mailbox button. Record after
the tone.
NOTE: The length of time for recording
a conversation depends on
how many messages are
currently stored by the Delta
40.
3. Release the mailbox button
when you finish. The unit treats
the memo as a message, as
the MESSAGES counter and
mailbox indicator show.
SCREENING
CALLS
DISCONNECT FEATURE)
NOTE: The length of time for recording
a memo depends on how many
messages are currently stored
by the Delta 40.
TWO-WAY RECORD
REMOTE ACCESS
You can access your Delta 40 from any
touch-tone phone by entering your 4digit security code (the default security
code is 0123). The remote functions
do not work with rotary or push-button
pulse-dialling phones. You can cut out
the wallet-size remote card near the
back of the User’s Guide so you know
the touch-tone commands when you
are picking up messages from another
location.
1. Pick up an extension phone or
answer a call before the machine
answers the call. Please note,
the extension phone must be off
hook.
2. Press and hold MEMO/TWO
WAY.
Release after the
announcement. The unit shows
Lr on the display will ask you to
select a mailbox.
Before using your new Delta 40,
you should record a greeting (the
announcement callers hear when your
answering system answers a call).
Two greetings can be recorded. If
you do not record a greeting, callers
hear a default greeting which says.
“the person you called is currently not
available, please leave your message
after the tone, thank you for calling.”
Note: The greeting must be 2 seconds
or longer to be valid, maximum
length 30 seconds.
DEFAULT MAILBOX FOR INCOMING
MESSAGES
You can record two types of greetings,
one to use only one mailbox, or one
to direct callers to leave messages in
specific mailboxes. This is especially
useful for active families or small
businesses.
Mailbox 1
1. Sample Multi-Mailbox Greeting:
“Hi this is (use your name here).
We cannot answer the phone
right now, so please press
1 to direct your message to
(name1), press 2 to direct your
message to (name 2), press
3 to direct your message to
(name 3), press 4 to direct your
message to (name4). Leave
your name, number, and a brief
message after the tone, and we
will get back to you. Thanks for
calling”.
(AUTO
You can screen incoming calls
by listening as the caller leaves a
message. If you want to talk to that
caller, pick up any extension phone.
Two-Way Record allows you to record
both sides of a phone conversation.
desired mailbox (1-4) after the
greeting plays. If no mailbox
is selected, the incoming
messages automatically go
into mailbox 1.
RECORDING THE GREETING
When recording the greeting you
should be about six inches from the
unit. This ensures the best recording
quality. Eliminate as much background
noise as possible.
Both types of greeting are recorded by
the following:
1. Prepare your greeting
2. Hold
down
the
desired
GREETING button. The unit
displays o1 for greeting A record
and o2 for greeting B record.
Sample
Single
Mailbox
Greeting: “Hi, this is (use your
name here). I cannot answer
the phone right now, so please
leave your name, number and
a brief message after the tone,
and I will get back to you. Thank
you for calling”.
3. After the tone, say your greeting.
Release GREETING A or B
when you finish.
REVIEWING A GREETING
NOTE: You can direct callers to leave
messages in a specific mailbox
by having them press the
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To review the greeting, press and
release GREETING A or B.
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SETUP
USING YOUR DELTA 40
ERASING A GREETING
DEFAULT SETTINGS
There are two ways to erase your
greeting.
►
►
►
►
1. To erase your greeting while
listening to it, press and hold
ERASE until the unit announces,
“Greeting Erased.” Then record
your new greeting.
NOTE: To exit review, press and
release STOP.
2. To re-record your greeting
from any point, press and hold
GREETING A or B. After the
tone, say our greeting. Release
GREETING A or B when
finished.
RETURNING
GREETING
TO
THE
Time 12 am Sunday
Rings to Answer 4
Message Length 2 minutes
Security Code 0123
CHANGING THE SETTINGS
Press and hold the SET button to enter
the change mode. The unit announces
the current time and day. To change,
press NEXT or PREVIOUS. To set and
go on to the next item, press SET.
MESSAGE SCAN
ERASING ALL MESSAGES IN A
MAILBOX
Message Scan allows you to listen to
the first five seconds of each message
within a mailbox.
1. When the Delta 40 is not playing
or recording messages, press
and hold ERASE. The Delta 40
will ask you to select a mailbox.
1. Press and release SCAN. The
unit shows Sc and asks you to
select a mailbox.
2. Press and release the mailbox
button you want to erase
the Delta 40 announces the
messages have been erased.
2. Press the desired mailbox
button. The unit plays back
the first five seconds of each
message in the mailbox. When
finished, it automatically exits
Scan mode.
NOTE: If there are unheard messages
in a mailbox, they will not be
erased by Erase All. If there
are only new messages in a
mailbox, the unit will announce
“Zero messages erased.”
WHILE SCANNING MESSAGES
DEFAULT
NOTE: To scroll from one setting to the
next, press and release SET.
To exit the change list, press
STOP.
To return to the Delta 40’s default
greeting after you have recorded
one, press and hold the GREETING
A or GREETING B button until a
beep sound is heard and release the
button.
SETTING THE TIME
For each message received, a time/
day stamp is added at the end of the
message.
Alternatively, you can also press
and hold the ERASE button when
the greeting is playing, release the
ERASE button until the unit announces
“greeting erased.”
RANGE OF SETTINGS
►
►
►
►
►
Time
Hour 12 a.m. - 11 - p.m.
Minute 0 - 59
Day Sunday - Saturday
Rings 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, to
Answer call saver
► Message Length 1, 2, 3, 4
minutes
► Security Code 0, 0-9, 0-9, 0-9
REVIEWING THE SETTINGS
This function allows you to review
the current time/day, number of rings
before the unit answers a call, incoming
message length, and the security code.
Press and release the SET button to
review the current setting. The unit
announces the current setting.
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To stop playback, press and release
STOP.
To hear the complete message, press
and release the mailbox button where
the message is located before the unit
goes on to the next message.
To restart the message, press and
hold PREVIOUS. To skip to the next
message, press and release NEXT.
To erase the message, press and hold
ERASE until the unit announces it has
been erased.
To move the message to another
mailbox, press and release the desired
mailbox where you want to move the
message.
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USING YOUR DELTA 40
SETUP
► Mailbox indicator is flashing there are new messages.
The unit announces the rings to
answer. To change, press NEXT or
PREVIOUS. To set and go on to the
next item, press SET.
To Set the Hour
TIP
You can stop the unit from erasing a
message you just tried to erase by
pressing PREVIOUS before the unit
says, “End of Messages.”
NOTE: An old message is one that has
been listened to completely,
including the time/day stamp.
A new message is one that
has NOT been listened to.
1. Press and release NEXT
or PREVIOUS until the unit
announces and displays the
correct hour.
1. Press and release NEXT
or PREVIOUS until the unit
announces and displays the
correct number of rings for the
Delta 40 pick up.
2. Once the hour is set, press SET
to enter the minutes menu.
PLAYING MESSAGES
To play messages, press and release
the desired mailbox button.
NOTE: When messages are played,
only the new messages are
played. When all messages
are old, the messages play
back in the order they were
received.
WHILE PLAYING MESSAGES
MESSAGE MOVE
To stop playback, press and release
STOP.
The Message Move feature allows you
to easily move messages from one
mailbox to another.
You can play the messages in each
individual mailbox separately.
To restart the message that is playing,
press and hold PREVIOUS.
1. Press and release the desired
mailbox where the message
you want to move is located.
To listen to a previous message, press
and release PREVIOUS.
2. Press and release NEXT or
PREVIOUS until the desired
message to move is playing.
To skip to the next message, press
and release NEXT.
3. Press and release the mailbox
button where you want the
message to move. The unit
announces the message has
been moved.
To fast forward within a message,
press and hold NEXT.
To erase a message while it is playing,
press and release the ERASE button.
The Delta 40 announces, “Message
Erased” to confirm the message has
been erased.
4. Release the mailbox button.
The move message is now a
“new” message in that mailbox.
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To Set the Minutes
2. Once the rings to answer is set,
press SET. The unit announces
the rings to answer, then enters
the incoming message length
menu.
1. Press and release NEXT or
PREVIOUS
until the unit
announces and displays the
correct minutes.
2. Once the minutes are set, press
SET to enter the day menu.
CALL SAVER
The call saver is the final setting in the
Rings to Answer menu. This feature
allows you to know if you have new
messages when calling the machine
from a remote phone. If you have
new messages, the unit will ring twice
before answering. If you do not, it will
ring five times. This allows you to hang
up before the machine answers so that
you do not have to pay call charges.
To Set the Day
1. Press and release NEXT
or PREVIOUS until the unit
announces and displays the
correct day.
2. Once the day is set, press SET.
The unit announces the time/
day, then enters the rings to
answer the menu.
NOTE: The message counter displays
00 for call saver.
NOTE: The days of the week show in
the display as numbers. For
example, “Sunday” shows as
0.
SETTING THE INCOMING MESSAGE
LENGTH
SETTING THE RINGS TO ANSWER
The message length is the length
of time (in minutes) the caller has to
leave a message.
This feature is used to set the unit to
answer a call after a specific number
of rings.
The unit announces and displays the
current message length. To change,
press NEXT or PREVIOUS. To set
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SETUP
USING YOUR DELTA 40
go on to the next item, press SET.
4. Once you have the desired third
digit, press SET to save it and
move on the fourth digit.
1. Press and release NEXT
or PREVIOUS until the unit
announces and displays the
correct incoming message
length.
5. Press and release NEXT or
PREVIOUS to choose the fourth
digit. Only the fourth digit will
change.
2. Once the length is set, press
SET. The unit announces the
message length, then enters
the security code menu.
6. Once you have the desired
fourth digit, press SET to save
it. The Delta 40 repeats all the
settings.
NOTE: To exit any menu, press and
release STOP. Also, set up will
cancel if no buttons have been
pushed within 30 seconds.
IMPORTANT
The first digit is factory set at zero
and cannot be changed. The unit
announces the current security code.
To change, press NEXT or PREVIOUS.
To set and exit press SET.
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME
MESSAGES COUNTER
Use the VOLUME + and - buttons to
increase the volume up and down. The
unit bleeps when it is not announcing
a setting or playing a message. It also
beeps three times when the maximum
or minimum volume is reached.
The MESSAGES counter gives
you a numeric display of how many
messages you have.
► MESSAGES counter has a
number displayed (not flashing)
- No new messages. Shows
total of old messages.
GREETING INDICATORS
The GREETING indicators let you
know what greeting will be used to
answer a call.
► MESSAGES counter has a
flashing number displayed
- There are new messages.
Shows total of new and old
messages.
► GREETING A indicator is on Greeting A will be used.
► MESSAGES counter has bars
(--) - Unit is OFF or in remote
control mode.
► GREETING B indicator is on Greeting B will be used.
IMPORTANT
► MESSAGES counter has an “F”
flashing on the display - memory
is full.
ANSWER ON/OFF INDICATOR
In the event of a power outage, no
messages will be lost.
SETTING THE SECURITY CODE
The security code is a programmable
4-digit code which can be used to
access remote functions.
1. Press and release NEXT or
PREVIOUS to choose the
second digit (the first digit is
not programmable). The unit
announces all 4 digits, but only
the selected digit will change.
When the Delta 40 is off, it will answer
an incoming call after ten rings and
enters a monitor only mode. In this
mode the Delta 40 does not initiate a
greeting or take messages .
NOTE While the messages are playing,
the MESSAGES counter will
display the messages in the
order they were received.
► Indicator is ON - Delta 40 is on
and will answer calls according
to the Rings to Answer setting.
MAILBOX INDICATORS
The mailbox indicators tell you if you
have any messages in each individual
mailbox and if they are new or old.
► Indicator is OFF - Delta 40 is
off, but you might still have
messages.
2. Once you have the desired
second digit, press SET to save
it and move on to the third digit.
► Mailbox indicator is on - There
are no new messages, but there
are old ones
NOTE: You can play messages,
review/change settings, and
review/change the greeting
even if the Delta 40 is off.
3. Press and release NEXT or
PREVIOUS to choose the third
digit. Only the third digit will
change.
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► Mailbox indicator is off - there
are either no messages or the
Delta 40 is turned off.
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SETUP
USING YOUR DELTA 40
go on to the next item, press SET.
4. Once you have the desired third
digit, press SET to save it and
move on the fourth digit.
1. Press and release NEXT
or PREVIOUS until the unit
announces and displays the
correct incoming message
length.
5. Press and release NEXT or
PREVIOUS to choose the fourth
digit. Only the fourth digit will
change.
2. Once the length is set, press
SET. The unit announces the
message length, then enters
the security code menu.
6. Once you have the desired
fourth digit, press SET to save
it. The Delta 40 repeats all the
settings.
NOTE: To exit any menu, press and
release STOP. Also, set up will
cancel if no buttons have been
pushed within 30 seconds.
IMPORTANT
The first digit is factory set at zero
and cannot be changed. The unit
announces the current security code.
To change, press NEXT or PREVIOUS.
To set and exit press SET.
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME
MESSAGES COUNTER
Use the VOLUME + and - buttons to
increase the volume up and down. The
unit bleeps when it is not announcing
a setting or playing a message. It also
beeps three times when the maximum
or minimum volume is reached.
The MESSAGES counter gives
you a numeric display of how many
messages you have.
► MESSAGES counter has a
number displayed (not flashing)
- No new messages. Shows
total of old messages.
GREETING INDICATORS
The GREETING indicators let you
know what greeting will be used to
answer a call.
► MESSAGES counter has a
flashing number displayed
- There are new messages.
Shows total of new and old
messages.
► GREETING A indicator is on Greeting A will be used.
► MESSAGES counter has bars
(--) - Unit is OFF or in remote
control mode.
► GREETING B indicator is on Greeting B will be used.
IMPORTANT
► MESSAGES counter has an “F”
flashing on the display - memory
is full.
ANSWER ON/OFF INDICATOR
In the event of a power outage, no
messages will be lost.
SETTING THE SECURITY CODE
The security code is a programmable
4-digit code which can be used to
access remote functions.
1. Press and release NEXT or
PREVIOUS to choose the
second digit (the first digit is
not programmable). The unit
announces all 4 digits, but only
the selected digit will change.
When the Delta 40 is off, it will answer
an incoming call after ten rings and
enters a monitor only mode. In this
mode the Delta 40 does not initiate a
greeting or take messages .
NOTE While the messages are playing,
the MESSAGES counter will
display the messages in the
order they were received.
► Indicator is ON - Delta 40 is on
and will answer calls according
to the Rings to Answer setting.
MAILBOX INDICATORS
The mailbox indicators tell you if you
have any messages in each individual
mailbox and if they are new or old.
► Indicator is OFF - Delta 40 is
off, but you might still have
messages.
2. Once you have the desired
second digit, press SET to save
it and move on to the third digit.
► Mailbox indicator is on - There
are no new messages, but there
are old ones
NOTE: You can play messages,
review/change settings, and
review/change the greeting
even if the Delta 40 is off.
3. Press and release NEXT or
PREVIOUS to choose the third
digit. Only the third digit will
change.
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► Mailbox indicator is off - there
are either no messages or the
Delta 40 is turned off.
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USING YOUR DELTA 40
SETUP
► Mailbox indicator is flashing there are new messages.
The unit announces the rings to
answer. To change, press NEXT or
PREVIOUS. To set and go on to the
next item, press SET.
To Set the Hour
TIP
You can stop the unit from erasing a
message you just tried to erase by
pressing PREVIOUS before the unit
says, “End of Messages.”
NOTE: An old message is one that has
been listened to completely,
including the time/day stamp.
A new message is one that
has NOT been listened to.
1. Press and release NEXT
or PREVIOUS until the unit
announces and displays the
correct hour.
1. Press and release NEXT
or PREVIOUS until the unit
announces and displays the
correct number of rings for the
Delta 40 pick up.
2. Once the hour is set, press SET
to enter the minutes menu.
PLAYING MESSAGES
To play messages, press and release
the desired mailbox button.
NOTE: When messages are played,
only the new messages are
played. When all messages
are old, the messages play
back in the order they were
received.
WHILE PLAYING MESSAGES
MESSAGE MOVE
To stop playback, press and release
STOP.
The Message Move feature allows you
to easily move messages from one
mailbox to another.
You can play the messages in each
individual mailbox separately.
To restart the message that is playing,
press and hold PREVIOUS.
1. Press and release the desired
mailbox where the message
you want to move is located.
To listen to a previous message, press
and release PREVIOUS.
2. Press and release NEXT or
PREVIOUS until the desired
message to move is playing.
To skip to the next message, press
and release NEXT.
3. Press and release the mailbox
button where you want the
message to move. The unit
announces the message has
been moved.
To fast forward within a message,
press and hold NEXT.
To erase a message while it is playing,
press and release the ERASE button.
The Delta 40 announces, “Message
Erased” to confirm the message has
been erased.
4. Release the mailbox button.
The move message is now a
“new” message in that mailbox.
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To Set the Minutes
2. Once the rings to answer is set,
press SET. The unit announces
the rings to answer, then enters
the incoming message length
menu.
1. Press and release NEXT or
PREVIOUS
until the unit
announces and displays the
correct minutes.
2. Once the minutes are set, press
SET to enter the day menu.
CALL SAVER
The call saver is the final setting in the
Rings to Answer menu. This feature
allows you to know if you have new
messages when calling the machine
from a remote phone. If you have
new messages, the unit will ring twice
before answering. If you do not, it will
ring five times. This allows you to hang
up before the machine answers so that
you do not have to pay call charges.
To Set the Day
1. Press and release NEXT
or PREVIOUS until the unit
announces and displays the
correct day.
2. Once the day is set, press SET.
The unit announces the time/
day, then enters the rings to
answer the menu.
NOTE: The message counter displays
00 for call saver.
NOTE: The days of the week show in
the display as numbers. For
example, “Sunday” shows as
0.
SETTING THE INCOMING MESSAGE
LENGTH
SETTING THE RINGS TO ANSWER
The message length is the length
of time (in minutes) the caller has to
leave a message.
This feature is used to set the unit to
answer a call after a specific number
of rings.
The unit announces and displays the
current message length. To change,
press NEXT or PREVIOUS. To set
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SETUP
USING YOUR DELTA 40
ERASING A GREETING
DEFAULT SETTINGS
There are two ways to erase your
greeting.
►
►
►
►
1. To erase your greeting while
listening to it, press and hold
ERASE until the unit announces,
“Greeting Erased.” Then record
your new greeting.
NOTE: To exit review, press and
release STOP.
2. To re-record your greeting
from any point, press and hold
GREETING A or B. After the
tone, say our greeting. Release
GREETING A or B when
finished.
RETURNING
GREETING
TO
THE
Time 12 am Sunday
Rings to Answer 4
Message Length 2 minutes
Security Code 0123
CHANGING THE SETTINGS
Press and hold the SET button to enter
the change mode. The unit announces
the current time and day. To change,
press NEXT or PREVIOUS. To set and
go on to the next item, press SET.
MESSAGE SCAN
ERASING ALL MESSAGES IN A
MAILBOX
Message Scan allows you to listen to
the first five seconds of each message
within a mailbox.
1. When the Delta 40 is not playing
or recording messages, press
and hold ERASE. The Delta 40
will ask you to select a mailbox.
1. Press and release SCAN. The
unit shows Sc and asks you to
select a mailbox.
2. Press and release the mailbox
button you want to erase
the Delta 40 announces the
messages have been erased.
2. Press the desired mailbox
button. The unit plays back
the first five seconds of each
message in the mailbox. When
finished, it automatically exits
Scan mode.
NOTE: If there are unheard messages
in a mailbox, they will not be
erased by Erase All. If there
are only new messages in a
mailbox, the unit will announce
“Zero messages erased.”
WHILE SCANNING MESSAGES
DEFAULT
NOTE: To scroll from one setting to the
next, press and release SET.
To exit the change list, press
STOP.
To return to the Delta 40’s default
greeting after you have recorded
one, press and hold the GREETING
A or GREETING B button until a
beep sound is heard and release the
button.
SETTING THE TIME
For each message received, a time/
day stamp is added at the end of the
message.
Alternatively, you can also press
and hold the ERASE button when
the greeting is playing, release the
ERASE button until the unit announces
“greeting erased.”
RANGE OF SETTINGS
►
►
►
►
►
Time
Hour 12 a.m. - 11 - p.m.
Minute 0 - 59
Day Sunday - Saturday
Rings 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, to
Answer call saver
► Message Length 1, 2, 3, 4
minutes
► Security Code 0, 0-9, 0-9, 0-9
REVIEWING THE SETTINGS
This function allows you to review
the current time/day, number of rings
before the unit answers a call, incoming
message length, and the security code.
Press and release the SET button to
review the current setting. The unit
announces the current setting.
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To stop playback, press and release
STOP.
To hear the complete message, press
and release the mailbox button where
the message is located before the unit
goes on to the next message.
To restart the message, press and
hold PREVIOUS. To skip to the next
message, press and release NEXT.
To erase the message, press and hold
ERASE until the unit announces it has
been erased.
To move the message to another
mailbox, press and release the desired
mailbox where you want to move the
message.
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USING YOUR DELTA 40
SETUP
and
release
the
3. Press
desired mailbox button. The
conversation starts recording
after the tone.
LEAVING A MEMO
This feature allows you to leave a
memo for someone in a specific
mailbox.
To stop two-way record, press and
release STOP.
1. Press and release the MEMO/
TWO WAY button. The unit
shows Lc on the display and
asks you to select a mailbox.
The unit treats the 2-way recorded
conversation as a message, as the
MESSAGES counter and mailbox
indicator show.
2. Press and hold the desired
mailbox button. Record after
the tone.
NOTE: The length of time for recording
a conversation depends on
how many messages are
currently stored by the Delta
40.
3. Release the mailbox button
when you finish. The unit treats
the memo as a message, as
the MESSAGES counter and
mailbox indicator show.
SCREENING
CALLS
DISCONNECT FEATURE)
NOTE: The length of time for recording
a memo depends on how many
messages are currently stored
by the Delta 40.
TWO-WAY RECORD
REMOTE ACCESS
You can access your Delta 40 from any
touch-tone phone by entering your 4digit security code (the default security
code is 0123). The remote functions
do not work with rotary or push-button
pulse-dialling phones. You can cut out
the wallet-size remote card near the
back of the User’s Guide so you know
the touch-tone commands when you
are picking up messages from another
location.
1. Pick up an extension phone or
answer a call before the machine
answers the call. Please note,
the extension phone must be off
hook.
2. Press and hold MEMO/TWO
WAY.
Release after the
announcement. The unit shows
Lr on the display will ask you to
select a mailbox.
Before using your new Delta 40,
you should record a greeting (the
announcement callers hear when your
answering system answers a call).
Two greetings can be recorded. If
you do not record a greeting, callers
hear a default greeting which says.
“the person you called is currently not
available, please leave your message
after the tone, thank you for calling.”
Note: The greeting must be 2 seconds
or longer to be valid, maximum
length 30 seconds.
DEFAULT MAILBOX FOR INCOMING
MESSAGES
You can record two types of greetings,
one to use only one mailbox, or one
to direct callers to leave messages in
specific mailboxes. This is especially
useful for active families or small
businesses.
Mailbox 1
1. Sample Multi-Mailbox Greeting:
“Hi this is (use your name here).
We cannot answer the phone
right now, so please press
1 to direct your message to
(name1), press 2 to direct your
message to (name 2), press
3 to direct your message to
(name 3), press 4 to direct your
message to (name4). Leave
your name, number, and a brief
message after the tone, and we
will get back to you. Thanks for
calling”.
(AUTO
You can screen incoming calls
by listening as the caller leaves a
message. If you want to talk to that
caller, pick up any extension phone.
Two-Way Record allows you to record
both sides of a phone conversation.
desired mailbox (1-4) after the
greeting plays. If no mailbox
is selected, the incoming
messages automatically go
into mailbox 1.
RECORDING THE GREETING
When recording the greeting you
should be about six inches from the
unit. This ensures the best recording
quality. Eliminate as much background
noise as possible.
Both types of greeting are recorded by
the following:
1. Prepare your greeting
2. Hold
down
the
desired
GREETING button. The unit
displays o1 for greeting A record
and o2 for greeting B record.
Sample
Single
Mailbox
Greeting: “Hi, this is (use your
name here). I cannot answer
the phone right now, so please
leave your name, number and
a brief message after the tone,
and I will get back to you. Thank
you for calling”.
3. After the tone, say your greeting.
Release GREETING A or B
when you finish.
REVIEWING A GREETING
NOTE: You can direct callers to leave
messages in a specific mailbox
by having them press the
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To review the greeting, press and
release GREETING A or B.
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GETTING STARTED
USING YOUR DELTA 40
To access your Delta 40:
PACKAGE CONTENTS
Make sure your package includes the
following items:
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
For assistance in setting up or using
your Delta 40 please visit our website
at www.atltelecom.com/support or call
0845 421 0730.
1. Call your telephone number
2. After you hear the beep that
follows the greeting, enter your
4-digit security code.
1. Delta 40 Answer Machine
2. BS6312 line cord
3. 5V AC Plug Top Power Supply
Unit [ATL 5/500/000/088]
4. User Guide
3. The unit plays the remote
menu after the correct security
code has been entered. Menu
selections can be made at any
time while the menu is playing.
Use only power supplies listed in the
user instruction. ATL, 5/500/000/088
NOTE: The unit answers on the tenth
ring when it is turned off or
the memory is full. To access
the Delta 40, enter the 4-digit
security code after the beep. If
memory is full, play messages
and erase some of them to
restore memory. If the Delta
40 is off, press 2 to turn it on.
TELEPHONE WALL SOCKET
You will need a BT wall socket to
connect your Delta 40. If you do not
have a modern BS6312 wall socket,
call your telephone service provider.
Installation
1. Plug the telephone line cord
into your BS6312 wall socket.
NOTE: After the unit plays the remote
menu it will wait several
seconds for a command, then
disconnect.
2. Connect the Delta 40 line cord
into the line socket on the
back of your Delta 40 marked
“LINE”.
(Note: You do not
have to connect your telephone
in order for the Delta 40 to
record incoming messages).
3. Connect the small end of the
power supply into the power
socket on the back of the Delta
40 marked as “~5V 50Hz”. Plug
the other end into an AC power
outlet. The unit beeps once and
is ready for set up or to answer
calls with the default greeting
and settings.
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16
5
Message indicator
Number of recorded
messages.
Play 1~4
Playback recorded
messages or memos.
Stop
Stops message playback
and any other operation.
Scan
Message scan reviews first
5 seconds of each message
within a mailbox.
Microphone
For recording your outgoing
message or memo.
Next
Used to skip forward to
next message
or option.
Set/Enter
Reviews and alters answer
machine settings (i.e. time,
date, ring, etc).
Answer on-off
Switches the answer
machine on and off.
Answer on-off Indicator
Volume +/Adjusts volume of
message playback, OGM
and voice prompts.
Greeting B
Allows the recording and
playback of OGM.
Memo/Two Way
Allows a memo or two
way call recording.
Previous
Used to skip backwards to
previous message
or option.
Greeting A
Allows the recording and
playback of OGM.
Erase
Allows the recorded OGM(s)
and message(s) to be
erased.
LOCATION OF CONTROLS AND FEATURES
Cut out this remote access card so
that you can take it with you to help
you use the remote features.
Hang up
4.
Enter touch-tone command
3.
Enter 4 digit security code
after the bleep
2.
Dial phone number of the
Delta 40
1.
Delta 40
GUARANTEE............................................................................................ 19
SAFETY DECLARATION ......................................................................... 19
EN60950-1 Safety Instructions .......................................................... 19
MANUFACTURERS DECLARATION ....................................................... 19
0
DECLARATIONS .......................................................................19
REMOTE ACCESS CARD
Write down your 4 digit security
code here [First digit is factory
set to 0]
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Fold
To:
Press:
Play messages ................................1
Play previous message ....................7
[During message playback]
Skip to next message ................9
[During message playback]
Erase message ........................0
[During message playback]
Turn on answerer ............................2
Turn off answerer ............................3
Leave memo ....................................4
[Press 6 when finished]
Record greeting ...............................5
[Press 6 when finished]
Stop function ...................................6
[Or hang up during menu playback]
To set rings to answer and
message limit ..................................7
Play greeting ...................................8
To set greeting .................................9
Erase message ...............................0
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
LOCATION OF CONTROLS AND FEATURES ..........................5
GETTING STARTED ...................................................................6
PACKAGE CONTENTS ............................................................................. 6
TELEPHONE WALL SOCKET .................................................................. 6
RECORDING THE GREETING ................................................................. 7
DEFAULT MAILBOX FOR INCOMING MESSAGES ................................ 7
Mailbox 1 .............................................................................................. 7
REVIEWING A GREETING ........................................................................ 7
SETUP.........................................................................................7
ERASING A GREETING ............................................................................ 8
RETURNING TO THE DEFAULT GREETING ........................................... 8
REVIEWING THE SETTINGS.................................................................... 8
CHANGING THE SETTINGS..................................................................... 8
SETTING THE TIME .................................................................................. 8
To Set the Hour .................................................................................... 9
To Set the Minutes............................................................................... 9
To Set the Day...................................................................................... 9
SETTING THE RINGS TO ANSWER ........................................................ 9
CALL SAVER ............................................................................................. 9
SETTING THE INCOMING MESSAGE LENGTH ..................................... 9
SETTING THE SECURITY CODE ............................................................ 10
USING YOUR DELTA 40 ...........................................................11
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME ..................................................................... 11
GREETING INDICATORS......................................................................... 11
ANSWER ON/OFF INDICATOR ............................................................... 11
MESSAGES COUNTER ........................................................................... 11
MAILBOX INDICATORS ........................................................................... 11
PLAYING MESSAGES ............................................................................. 12
WHILE PLAYING MESSAGES ................................................................. 12
MESSAGE MOVE ..................................................................................... 12
MESSAGE SCAN ..................................................................................... 13
WHILE SCANNING MESSAGES ............................................................. 13
ERASING ALL MESSAGES IN A MAILBOX ........................................... 13
LEAVING A MEMO ................................................................................... 14
TWO-WAY RECORD ................................................................................ 14
SCREENING CALLS (AUTO DISCONNECT FEATURE) ........................ 14
REMOTE ACCESS ................................................................................... 14
TECHNICAL SUPPORT ........................................................................... 15
REMOTE ACCESS CARD .........................................................17
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DECLARATIONS
The terms of this agreement do not
affect your statutory rights.
GUARANTEE
Your Delta 40 answer machine is
designed and
manufactured
to
exacting quality standards.
This
enables atl telecom Limited to
offer a 2-year guarantee from the
date of purchase. This guarantee
protects against faulty material or
workmanship, and applies to the UK
only and is not transferable.
SAFETY DECLARATION
EN60950-1 Safety Instructions
It is IMPORTANT that the plug to
power unit supplied with your Delta 40
is plugged into an easily accessible
240V ac mains socket that is located
near the equipment.
The terms and conditions under which
the guarantee will be valid are as set
out below.
MANUFACTURERS
DECLARATION*
Misuse or any modification carried out
to the answer machine, or operation
other than in accordance with the
instructions supplied, will invalidate
the guarantee.
ATL Telecom Limited declares that
this product is in conformity with the
essential requirements of the R & TTE
directive 1999/5/EC.
*A copy of the Declaration of
Conformity is available, upon request,
from atl telecom Limited.
Damage arising from incorrect
installation, accidental damage or
consequential loss, are not covered
under the guarantee.
In the event of a fault developing
during the period of the guarantee,
the complete telephone should be
returned to your supplier, adequately
and safely packed, together with the
proof of purchase.
The liability of atl telecom Limited
will be limited to the cost of repair or
complete replacement of the same
defective instrument, at the discretion
of the company. In the event that the
same item is not available, a suitable
alternative will be offered.
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Delta 40
Thank you for choosing a Delta 40 Answer Machine. You have selected a
carefully designed answer machine that incorporates the latest technology
giving 40 minutes total recording time, a unique product that will provide years
of excellent service.
This user guide will ensure you obtain the best use of your answer machine.
ATL Telecom Limited,
Lakeside,
Fountain Lane,
St Mellons,
Cardiff. CF3 0FB
Tel:
0330 333 8250
Fax:
0330 333 8251
www.atltelecom.com
1/393/001/610 Issue 4
Jan 10
USER GUIDE
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