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User Manual
Ascom d62 DECT Handset
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Ascom d62 DECT Handset
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Contents
1 Introduction............................................................................................................. 1
1.1 Abbreviations and Glossary ................................................................................ 1
1.2 Functions and Accessories .................................................................................. 1
2 Safety Instructions .................................................................................................. 3
2.1 Precautions ........................................................................................................ 3
2.1.1 Frequency Range ....................................................................................... 4
2.1.2 Warranty Notification ................................................................................. 4
2.2 Regulatory Compliance Statements (EU/EFTA only) ............................................. 4
2.3 Regulatory Compliance Statements (USA and Canada only) ............................... 4
2.4 Bluetooth Qualified Design ID ............................................................................ 5
2.5 Environmental Requirements .............................................................................. 5
3 Descriptions ............................................................................................................. 7
3.1 The Ascom d62 DECT Handset ........................................................................... 8
3.2 Chargers ............................................................................................................ 9
3.2.1 Desktop Charger ........................................................................................ 9
3.2.2 Rack Charger ............................................................................................. 9
3.2.3 Battery Pack Charger ................................................................................. 9
3.3 Icons and Text in the Display .............................................................................. 9
3.4 Keys and Buttons ............................................................................................. 14
3.4.1 Off-hook key ........................................................................................... 14
3.4.2 On-hook and On/Off Key ......................................................................... 14
3.4.3 Navigation/Confirmation Key ................................................................... 14
3.4.4 Sound off Key ......................................................................................... 14
3.4.5 Mute and PTT Button .............................................................................. 14
3.4.6 Key Lock, and Upper/Lower Case Key ...................................................... 15
3.4.7 Soft Keys ................................................................................................. 15
3.4.8 Hot Keys .................................................................................................. 15
3.4.9 Multifunction Button ............................................................................... 15
3.4.10 Volume Button ...................................................................................... 15
3.5 Alphanumeric Keys .......................................................................................... 16
3.6 Accessories ...................................................................................................... 16
3.6.1 Belt Clips ................................................................................................. 16
3.6.2 Security Cord ........................................................................................... 17
3.6.3 Leather Casing ......................................................................................... 17
3.6.4 Headset ................................................................................................... 17
4 Menu Tree .............................................................................................................. 18
4.1 Calls ............................................................................................................... 18
4.2 Contacts ......................................................................................................... 19
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4.3 Profile ............................................................................................................. 19
4.4 Messaging ...................................................................................................... 20
4.5 Services1 ......................................................................................................... 20
4.6 Short cuts ....................................................................................................... 21
4.7 Connections ................................................................................................... 22
4.8 Settings .......................................................................................................... 23
4.9 In Call .............................................................................................................. 24
4.10 Customizing the Menu Tree ........................................................................... 24
5 Basic Operation ..................................................................................................... 25
5.1 Switch the Handset On/Off .............................................................................. 25
5.2 Log a Shared Phone On/Off .............................................................................. 25
5.3 Turn the Audible Signal On/Off ........................................................................ 25
5.4 Lock/Unlock the Keypad ................................................................................... 26
5.5 Lock/Unlock the Handset ................................................................................. 26
6 Calling .................................................................................................................... 27
6.1 Open the Call List ............................................................................................ 27
6.2 Incoming Call ................................................................................................... 27
6.2.1 Answer a Call .......................................................................................... 27
6.2.2 End a Call ................................................................................................ 27
6.3 Outgoing Call .................................................................................................. 27
6.3.1 Pre-Dial .................................................................................................... 27
6.3.2 Dial Using a Pre-programmed Hot key, Soft key or Multifunction button .. 27
6.3.3 Dial a Number from the Call list ............................................................... 28
6.3.4 Dial the sender of a Message ................................................................... 28
6.3.5 Dial a Number from the Local Phonebook ................................................ 28
6.3.6 Dial a Name from the Central Phonebook ................................................ 28
6.3.7 Dial a Number from the Company Phonebook ......................................... 28
6.4 During a Call .................................................................................................... 29
6.4.1 Adjust the Volume during a Call ............................................................... 29
6.4.2 Open Contacts during the Call ................................................................. 29
6.4.3 Turn the Microphone on/off during a Call ................................................ 29
6.4.4 Lock/Unlock the Keypad during a Call ...................................................... 30
6.4.5 Audio Transfer ......................................................................................... 30
6.4.6 Start a New Call during Conversation ....................................................... 30
6.4.7 Switch between Calls ............................................................................... 30
6.4.8 End a Call ................................................................................................ 30
6.4.9 Transfer a Call .......................................................................................... 31
6.4.10 Transfer to New Call .............................................................................. 31
6.4.11 Conference Call ..................................................................................... 31
6.4.12 Call Back ............................................................................................... 31
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6.4.13 Call Waiting ........................................................................................... 32
6.4.14 DTMF .................................................................................................... 32
6.4.15 DECT Info .............................................................................................. 32
6.5 Loudspeaking Function .................................................................................... 32
6.6 Call Diversion ................................................................................................... 32
7 Messaging.............................................................................................................. 33
7.1 Mini Messaging ............................................................................................... 33
7.2 Message List .................................................................................................... 33
7.3 Receive a Message ........................................................................................... 33
7.3.1 Read a Stored Message ............................................................................ 33
7.3.2 Reply to a Message .................................................................................. 34
7.3.3 Delete Message(s) .................................................................................... 34
7.3.4 Forward a Message .................................................................................. 34
7.3.5 Call the Sender of the Message ................................................................ 34
7.3.6 Call a Number Included in a Message ....................................................... 35
7.3.7 Save Number ........................................................................................... 35
7.3.8 Write and Send a Message ....................................................................... 35
7.3.9 Open a Sent Message .............................................................................. 36
7.3.10 Send to Another Destination .................................................................. 36
7.4 Receive a Message with Request for Answer .................................................... 36
7.4.1 Accept/Reject the message ....................................................................... 36
7.5 Message Queuing and Message Priority ........................................................... 36
7.6 Interactive Messaging ...................................................................................... 37
7.7 Coloured Messaging ........................................................................................ 38
7.8 Mobile Data ..................................................................................................... 39
7.8.1 Send Mobile Data .................................................................................... 39
7.8.2 Send Mobile Data with a Prefix ................................................................ 39
7.9 Send Data with Bluetooth Barcode Reader ....................................................... 39
7.10 Voice Mail ...................................................................................................... 40
7.10.1 Receive a Voice Mail ............................................................................... 40
7.10.2 Check the Voice Mail inbox .................................................................... 40
7.10.3 One Key Voice Mail Access ..................................................................... 40
8 Alarm Operation ................................................................................................... 41
8.1 Push-button Alarm ........................................................................................... 41
8.2 Acoustic Location Signal .................................................................................. 41
8.3 Test Alarm ........................................................................................................ 41
8.4 Alarm with Location Information ...................................................................... 41
8.4.1 Alarm with Data ...................................................................................... 41
8.5 Automatic Call after Alarm .............................................................................. 41
9 Menu Operation.................................................................................................... 42
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9.1 Connections .................................................................................................... 42
9.1.1 Bluetooth ................................................................................................ 42
9.1.2 Headset ................................................................................................... 43
9.1.3 System ..................................................................................................... 43
9.1.4 In Charger ............................................................................................... 45
9.2 Calls ................................................................................................................ 46
9.2.1 Call List .................................................................................................... 46
9.2.2 Missed Calls ............................................................................................. 47
9.2.3 Call Time ................................................................................................. 47
9.2.4 Push to Talk ............................................................................................. 47
9.2.5 Call Services ............................................................................................. 48
9.3 Short Cuts ....................................................................................................... 50
9.3.1 Define Soft Keys ...................................................................................... 50
9.3.2 Define Hot Keys ....................................................................................... 50
9.3.3 Define Navigation Key .............................................................................. 51
9.3.4 Define Multifunction ................................................................................ 51
9.4 Services ............................................................................................................ 51
9.4.1 Add Services ............................................................................................ 51
9.4.2 Edit Services ............................................................................................. 52
9.4.3 Delete Services ......................................................................................... 52
9.5 Messaging ....................................................................................................... 52
9.5.1 Inbox ....................................................................................................... 52
9.5.2 Write New Messages ............................................................................... 53
9.5.3 Unsent Messages ..................................................................................... 53
9.5.4 Sent Messages ......................................................................................... 54
9.6 Profiles ............................................................................................................. 55
9.7 Contacts .......................................................................................................... 55
9.7.1 Call Contact ............................................................................................. 56
9.7.2 Add Contact ............................................................................................ 56
9.7.3 Edit Contact ............................................................................................. 56
9.7.4 Delete Contact ......................................................................................... 57
9.7.5 Central Phonebook .................................................................................. 57
9.8 Settings ........................................................................................................... 57
9.8.1 Sound and Alert Settings ......................................................................... 57
9.8.2 Phone Lock settings ................................................................................. 58
9.8.3 Display Settings ........................................................................................ 59
9.8.4 Time & Date Settings ............................................................................... 60
9.8.5 Answering ............................................................................................... 60
9.8.6 Change Text size for Messages ................................................................. 61
9.8.7 Change the Menu Language .................................................................... 61
9.8.8 Change Owner ID .................................................................................... 61
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10 Advanced Functions............................................................................................ 62
10.1 Admin Menu ................................................................................................. 62
10.2 Clear Lists in Charger ..................................................................................... 62
11 System Handling ................................................................................................. 63
11.1 Software Upgrade and Additional Features .................................................... 63
12 Troubleshooting .................................................................................................. 64
13 Operation Notice................................................................................................. 67
13.1 Accessibility and Voice Quality ........................................................................ 67
14 Maintenance........................................................................................................ 68
14.1 Maintenance of Batteries ............................................................................... 68
14.1.1 Battery Warnings ................................................................................... 68
14.1.2 Charge the Battery ................................................................................. 68
14.1.3 Charge Spare Batteries ........................................................................... 68
14.1.4 Replace the Battery ................................................................................ 68
14.2 Easy Replacement of Handset ........................................................................ 69
14.2.1 Before Starting Easy Replacement Procedure .......................................... 69
14.2.2 Easy Replacement Procedure .................................................................. 70
14.3 Attach the Hinge-type Clip ............................................................................. 71
14.4 Attach the Swivel-type Clip ............................................................................ 72
14.5 Attach Cover for No Clip ................................................................................ 72
15 Related Documents ............................................................................................. 73
16 Document History ............................................................................................... 74
Appendix A: Bluetooth Headset ............................................................................. 75
Appendix B: Bluetooth Barcode Reader ................................................................. 81
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Introduction
This document describes features and settings available for the d62 handset. The handset
is a feature-rich handset with colour display, telephony, messaging, and bluetooth as
optional. It is designed to be used in medium demanding environment such as hospital
environment, but also office environment.
It is suitable for users dependent of being reachable and/or having a need for mobile voice
and messaging features, which makes it ideal for applications where the user needs either
one way messaging or to be able to interact with other users. The colour display enhances
and simplifies the use of the handset.
There are three versions of the handset; d62 Talker, d62 Messenger with messaging
functions, and d62 Protector with additional alarm functions for personal security.
Read the 2 Safety Instructions on page 3 before using the d62 handset.
For software download and parameter set up, read the Installation and Operational
Manual Portable Device Manager (PDM), Windows version, TD 92325GB, and the
Configuration Manual, Ascom d62 DECT Handset, TD 92639GB.
PDM:
Portable Device Manager:
An application, runnnig on a PC, for managing portable
devices, charging racks, etc.
IMS2:
Integrated Message Server:
An application running on a Unite module, that enables
wireless services to and from portable devices and chargers.
Protector
Functions and Accessories
Messenger
1.2
Abbreviations and Glossary
Talker
1.1
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Vibrator
x
x
x
Headset connector
x
x
x
Microphone on/off during call
x
x
x
x
x
x
Mini messaging (12 characters)
x
-
-
messaging1
-
x
x
-
x
x
Functions
Local phonebook (250 contacts)
Central
phonebook1
2
Company phonebook (1000 contacts)
Downloadable languages
Voice mail
2
access1
Loudspeaking function
1
Coloured
Interactive messaging
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Acknowledge
-
x
x
Multifunction button
x
x
-
-
x
-
-
x
-
-
x
-
x
x
x
-
-
x
x
-
x
x
x
Personalized menus
x
x
x
Easy replaceable battery
x
x
x
Easy replacement of handset
x
x
x
-
x
x
-
x
x
x
x
x
-
x
x
-
x
x
x
x
x
-
x
x
Functions
Push button
alarm1
Acoustic Location Signal (ALS)
2
1
Alarm with data
Data with
prefix1
3
Upgradable to Messenger
Upgradable to Protector
Centralized
3
management1
2
2
Push to Talk (PTT)
Voice style
Message style
3
Shared phone
1
Location, base stations
DECT Location
3
Bluetooth (optional)
3,4
Bluetooth Barcode reader support
1. This feature is system dependent.
2. This feature requires PDM/IMS2.
3. Requires a functionality license.
4.The handset’s hardware must support Bluetooth.
Accessories
Desktop charger Basic
Desktop charger Advanced
Charging rack
Battery pack charger
Leather case
Belt Clip
hinge-type
swivel-type
Security cord
Headset with microphone on boom
Headset with microphone on cable
Bluetooth headset (optional)
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Safety Instructions
Read this chapter before using the d62 handset.
For safe and efficient operation of the handset, observe the guidelines given in this
manual and all necessary safety precautions when using the handset. Follow the operating
instructions and adhere to all warnings and safety precautions located on the product, the
Quick Reference Guide and this User Manual.
This product shall only be used with the following batteries:
• Art.No.: 660190 Battery
Single chargers shall only be connected with power adapters supplied by the
manufacturer.
Available power adapters (Suppliers Designation) are:
• Art.No.DC3: 130160 Power supply unit AC/5V DC/0.65A - Europe
• Art.No.DC3: 130166 Power supply unit AC/5V DC/1A - USA, Canada, AUS, and UK
• Art.No.DC4: 130161 Power supply unit AC/5V DC/2A
2.1
Precautions
• Save this manual. It includes important safety information and operating instructions.
Save all instructions for future reference.
• Connect AC (power supply) to the desktop battery charger only to designated power
sources as marked on the product.
Danger: Never alter the AC cord or plug. If the plug will not fit into the outlet, have a
proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician. Improper connection increases the risk
of electric shock.
• Position the electrical cord to the AC power supply where it is least likely to be
subjected to damage or stress.
• Remove the electrical cord from an outlet by pulling gently on the AC adapter, not by
pulling the cord.
• Remove the battery before cleaning the handset to reduce risk of electric shock.
• Unplug the battery charger from a power source (or remove handset from charger)
before cleaning the handset to reduce risk of electric shock.
• Do not use auxiliary equipment with the handset which is not exclusively
recommended by the manufacturer, see 3.6 Accessories on page 16. The use of any
auxiliary equipment not recommended by the manufacturer may result in fire, electric
shock, or injury, and will void the warranty.
• Do not expose the handset to open flame.
• Do not expose the handset and the charger to direct sunlight for long periods. Keep
the handset and charger away from excessive heat and moisture.
• Do not allow heavy objects to fall on the handset.
• Do not allow children to play with the product packaging material. Product packaging
material is often small and may present a choking hazard.
• Do not allow children to play with the handset. It is not a toy. Children could hurt
themselves or others. Children could also damage the handset.
• Do not expose to prolong light
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Frequency Range
The handset is a radio transmitter and receiver. When it is on, it receives and sends out
radio frequency (RF) energy. The handset operates on different frequency ranges
depending on market and employs commonly used modulation techniques:
EU
1880-1900 MHz
USA
1920-1930 MHz
LA
1910-1930 MHz
BR
1910-1920 MHz
--
1900-1920 MHz
2.1.2
Warranty Notification
Do not disassemble the handset. Disassembling the handset voids the warranty. The
handset consists of no consumer serviceable components. Service should be performed by
Authorized Service centre only.
2.2
Regulatory Compliance Statements (EU/EFTA only)
This equipment is intended to be used in the whole EU & EFTA.
This equipment is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant
provisions of R&TTE Directive 1999/51/EC. The Declaration of Conformity may be
consulted at:
https://www.ascom-ws.com/doc/
The handset is marked with the label
2.3
Regulatory Compliance Statements (USA and Canada only)
Portables without Bluetooth
Portables with Bluetooth
FCC ID:BXZDH4
FCC ID:BXZDH4BL
IC: 3724B-DH4
IC: 3724B-DH4BL
US: 9FVW4NANDH4
US: 9FVW4NANDH4
FCC compliance statements
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
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• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Privacy of communications may not be ensured when using this handset.
Exposure to Radio Frequency Signals
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled
environment. This device complies with FCC SAR limit of 1.6 W/kg. The maximum SAR
value measured when used at the ear, and when worn on the body using belt clip:
SAR values
With Bluetooth
Without Bluetooth
Head
0.104 W/Kg
0.072 W/Kg
Body worn
0.029 W/Kg
0.036 W/Kg
This device must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or
transmitter.
Use of non-Ascom approved accessories may violate the FCC RF exposure guidelines and
should be avoided.
Information to User
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Modifications
Changes or modifications to the equipment not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
IC Requirements for Canada
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la Classe B conforme á la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
2.4
Bluetooth Qualified Design ID
Bluetooth BT ID: B014317
2.5
Environmental Requirements
DECT Handset
• Only use the handset in temperatures between 0o C to +40o C (32o F to 104o F).
• Avoid exposing the handset for direct sunlight or close to other heat sources.
• Do not expose the handset to open flame.
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• Keep the handset away from excessive heat and moisture.
• Avoid sudden temperature changes to prevent condensation in the handset. It is
recommended to put the handset into an air tight plastic bag until the temperature is
adjusted, for example, when entering or leaving a cold/heated building on a warm/cold
day.
• Protect your handset from aggressive liquids and vapours.
• If the handset has been exposed for water or condense, remove the battery
immediately and let it dry completely before re-inserting the battery.
• Keep the handset away from strong electromagnetic fields.
• Do not place a cold handset in a charger.
Battery
• Do not immerse the battery into water. This could short-circuit and damage the
battery.
• Do not expose a battery to an open flame. This could cause the battery to explode.
• Do not allow the metal contacts on the battery to touch another metal object. This
could short-circuit and damage the battery.
• Do not leave a battery where it could be subjected to extremely high temperatures,
such as inside a car on a hot day.
• Use the Desktop Charger or the wall mounted Charging Rack for charging. Charge the
battery for at least one hour the first time you use the battery. Note that the wall
mounted charger with a battery pack adapter has to be used if the battery alone is to
be charged.
• Do not charge a battery when the ambient room temperature is above 40º C or below
+5º C (above 104º F or below 41 ºF).
• Do not attempt to take a battery apart.
• Do not disconnect the battery unless it needs to be replaced.
• Do power the handset off before removing the battery.
Battery Disposal
Defective batteries must be returned to a collection point for chemical waste disposal.
Chemical Resistance
The alpha and numeric characters printed on the exterior of the handset have been tested
and found resistant to chipping, fading or wearing off when the handset is treated with
common cleaners and disinfectants or perspiration. The following chemicals have shown
no harmful effect:
• 3% Hydrochloric Acid
• M-alcohol (70% Methylated Ethanol)
• 60% Chlorhexidin 0.5mg/ml
Acetone can be damaging to the plastic casing of the handset and should not be used.
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Descriptions
1
18
2
17
3
4
16
5
6
7
15
8
9
14
10
13
11
12
Figure 1. Description of the Handset d62.
1
Top/Alarm button
This button can be used as a short cut to functions; long or double press modes.
In the d62 Protector, the button is used as a push button alarm only.
2
Earpiece speaker
3
Volume button (up)
To increase the speaker volume
4
Volume button (down)
To decrease the speaker volume
5
Mute and PTT button
To turn on/off audible signals in idle mode, silencing the ring signal at incoming
call, and to turn on/off the microphone during a call.
6
Soft keys
The 3 Soft keys can be pre-programmed or used with GUI
7
Off-hook key
To answer a call, to pre-dial a number, and as a short cut to the Call list.
8
Five-way navigation key
Navigation key with Left, Right, Up, Down, and Confirmation (in the middle). It
is also possible to program these keys for short cuts, except the middle key.
9
Voice mail access
A quick access to the handset’s Voice mail. This is a system dependent feature.
10
Key lock and Upper/Lower case
Combined key lock and Upper/Lower Case
11
Microphone
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Space
To add space between text
13
Sound off key
To turn on/off audible signals in idle mode, silencing the ring signal at incoming
call, and to turn on/off the microphone during a call.
14
Tactile indicators
There are two tactile indicators to indicate the centre of the key pad
15
End and On/Off key
Combined button; to end a call, to return to standby mode, and to switch the
handset on/off by long press.
16
Colour display
The full graphic type display is 128 pixels wide and 160 pixels high. The display
has multiple colours and backlighting.
17
Headset connector
The headset connector is for connecting a headset. The connector is protected
against dust by using the headset connector cover.
18
LED
Indicates incoming call, messaging, low battery, and charging.
The Ascom d62 DECT Handset
IMPORTANT: The handset may retain small magnetic objects around the mouthcap or
earcap region.
Case
The plastic cover parts are made of durable PC/ABS material.
Antenna
The antenna is integrated inside the handset.
Loudspeaker
The handset has a separate loudspeaker for the loudspeaking function. It is placed on the
back side of the handset.
Microphone
The microphone is placed on the front bottom side of the handset.
Clip
There are two different belt clip options to the handset; a hinge-type clip (standard), and a
swivel-type clip. See 14.3 Attach the Hinge-type Clip on page 72, or 14.4 Attach the
Swivel-type Clip on page 73. Use the clip to attach the handset to a pocket, belt, or similar.
It is also possible to use the handset without any clip on, see 14.5 Attach Cover for No Clip
on page 73.
Battery
The battery is a rechargeable Li-pol battery, placed under a battery cover. See 14.1.4
Replace the Battery on page 69.
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The battery is fully charged within four hours. See 14.1.2 Charge the Battery on page 69.
The battery can be charged separately with a special battery charger. See 14.1.3 Charge
Spare Batteries on page 69
3.2
Chargers
Desktop Charger
002
3.2.1
Advanced
Basic
Figure 2. Desktop chargers.
There are two desktop chargers available, one basic that will only charge the handset, and
one with advanced functionality to download new software and to synchronize
parameters. The handset is fully operational while placed in the charger.
The charger is delivered with a plug-in power supply and is connected into an ordinary
wall socket. For more information, see Installation and Operation Manual, DC4 Desktop
Charger, TD92481GB.
Note: Only use the charger within the temperature range of +5° C – +40° C.
IMPORTANT: Only use the provided power supply, see Installation and Operation
Manual, DC4 Desktop Charger, TD92481GB.
3.2.2
Rack Charger
The Rack Charger is used for charging several handsets, to synchronize parameters, and
for software download.
The built in power supply can charge up to six handsets.
See Installation and Operation Manual, CR3 Charging Rack, TD92480GB.
3.2.3
Battery Pack Charger
The Battery pack charger is used for charging up to six spare batteries.
3.3
Icons and Text in the Display
All functions and settings available to the user are shown as icons and text in the display.
The icons and text in the display indicate functions and settings to which you have access.
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The display normally displays date and time, the Owner ID and handset number. The
Owner ID can manually be set by the user.
11:00
Status bar
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Header bar
System A
Active area
709040
Soft key bar
004
Menu
Scroll bar
Figure 3. Example of a display configuration in idle mode.
The top row (Status bar) is used for icons which give the user information about signal
strength, missed call, new message, phone lock, key lock, sound off, time and battery
status. This row is always visible in all screens.
The next row (Header bar) displays the current date, headset connection, Bluetooth
connection, and system connection.
The next rows (Active area) are used for information such as the name of the system to
which the handset is connected to. A user identity provided from the system and/or an
Owner ID can also be displayed if configured in the Settings menu. This is also the area for
dialog window text. For example "missed calls" or to confirm an action.
The bottom row (Soft key bar) is used for Soft keys which can be used as short cuts for
functions in the handset. See 3.4.7 Soft Keys on page 15.
The (Scroll bar) is placed to the right of the "Active area". It becomes visible when a menu
screen has more than six menus, or if the complete text in a message cannot be displayed
on the screen simultaneously.
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Icons
“Signal strength” icon is visible in the upper left corner. The staples
shown in display depends on the signal strength.
“Full battery” icon is displayed in upper right corner.
"Low battery warning” icon is shown when the battery has 10% or less
remaining capacity left.
"Empty battery warning" icon is flashing when the battery has 5% or less
remaining capacity left.
“Sound off” icon is displayed when the Sound off key or Mute button is
pressed.
"Microphone off" icon indicates a silenced microphone. It is displayed
after a long press on the Sound off key, Mute button during a call.
During a PTT call, the microphone is silenced when the PTT button is
released.
“Loudspeaking” icon is displayed in the soft key bar during a call.
Pressing this icon will turn on the loudspeaker.
“Loudspeaking off” icon is displayed after the soft key for Loudspeaking
icon has been pressed. Pressing this icon will turn off the loudspeaker.
“New message” icon or “Interactive message” icon indicates that a new
text message (or messages) has arrived. The icon remains in the status bar
until all new messages in the inbox are read.
"Request for answer" icon in front of a message indicates that this
message must be acknowledge or rejected.
“Voice mail message” icon is displayed in the status bar when there are
voice mails. The icon remains until voice mail has been listened to.
Voice mail message” icon is displayed in the message inbox when there
are voice mails. The icon remains until voice mail has been listened to.
“Read message” icon or “Read Interactive message” icon in front of a
message shows that this message once has been read.
"Sent message" icon
"New coloured message" icon indicates that a new coloured text
message(s) has arrived. The messages can be labeled with different
colours.
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"Read coloured message" icon indicates that a coloured text message(s)
has been read. The messages can be labeled with different colours.
"High prio" icon included with New message icon indicates high priority
of a message.
"Alarm prio" icon included with New message icon indicates alarm
priority of a message.
“Key lock” icon indicates a locked keypad.
"Locked entry" icon indicates that the contact can not be edited or
deleted by the user.
"Phone lock" icon indicates a locked handset.
“Bluetooth” icon indicates that Bluetooth is enabled.
“Bluetooth headset” icon indicates that a Bluetooth headset is connected
to the handset.
“Bluetooth barcode reader” icon indicates that a Bluetooth barcode
reader is connected to the handset.
“Headset” icon indicates that a corded headset is connected to the
handset.
“Outgoing call” icon is added to all outgoing calls in the call list.
“Incoming call” icon is added to all answered calls in the call list.
"Push to talk" icon is added to all incomming, outgoing, missed and
answered PTT calls in the call list/missed calls.
Note: The icon is added when a PTT invitation is managed as a call (that is
PTT Voice Style) only.
“Missed call” icon is added to all missed calls in the call list.
“Missed call” icon indicates missed calls in the status bar.
"PDM/IMS2 communication" icon is visible when handset is
communicating with PDM/IMS2 via advanced charger.
"Profile active" icon
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"Talker" icon indicates that the handset is a d62 Talker model.
"Messenger" icon indicates that the handset has a d62 Messenger
product license.
"Protector" icon indicates that the handset has a d62 Protector product
license.
Menu icons
The ”Contacts” menu contains all names/numbers in the local
phonebook. In addition, a company phonebook* with up to 1000 entries
can be downloaded to the handset via the PDM. It is also possible to
access a central phonebook* from the "Contact" menu.
The "Services" menu contains menu short cuts used to customize an own
menu.
The “Messaging” menu contains all message handling such as reading
and writing messages. This menu is applicable for d62 Messenger and
d62 Protector only.
The “Calls” menu contains call lists, call time, and call services*. Call
services is configured in the PDM.
The “Connections” menu contains Bluetooth connection, headset
selection, System selection, and In charger selection.
The “Settings” menu contains personal handset settings such as
changing the ringer volume, selecting language, etc.
The”Short cuts" menu contains short cuts for the Soft keys, Hot keys,
Navigation keys, and the Multifunction button.
The “Profiles” menu contains possibility to add four different profiles. By
default there is no profile.
* System dependent.
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Keys and Buttons
3.4.1
Off-hook key
This key is used for connecting calls. One short press in standby mode
opens the call list.
3.4.2
On-hook and On/Off Key
This key is used for disconnecting calls and returning to main screen.
A long press in standby mode will switch the handset on/off.
3.4.3
Navigation/Confirmation Key
Use this key to step in the menu and when working in text mode.
, , , and are used for stepping left/right and up/down in the menu.
The navigation key can be programmed, the is by default a short cut to
the Inbox, and is a short cut to Call contact. During a call it is possible to
increase/decrease the volume by pressing and .
3.4.4
Sound off Key
A long press on the key in idle mode, changes between ring signal on/off,
At incomming call, a long press on the key silencing the ring signal. During
a call, a long press on the key changes between microphone on/off.
3.4.5
Mute and PTT Button
A long press on the Mute button in idle mode, changes between ring
signal on/off, At incomming call, a long press on the button silencing the
ring signal. During a call, a long press on the button changes between
microphone on/off.
During a PTT call, the microphone is silenced when the PTT button is
released.
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Key Lock, and Upper/Lower Case Key
This key is to lock the keypad in combination with the soft key "Lock". It is
also for switching between upper/lower case and digits.
Soft Keys
Call
Soft keys
List
003
3.4.7
Figure 4. Soft Keys.
The three Soft keys are located just beneath the display and the functions of each Soft key
is indicated by text in the display just above the keys.
In standby mode, the Soft keys can be used for specific functions defined by the user of
the handset.
3.4.8
Hot Keys
Any key "0", "2" - "9" can be set to a Hot Key. A long press on any of these numbers in
stand by mode are by default a short cut to the Call contact list. The list is in alphabetic
order, and depending on which key that is pressed is dependent on where in the list the
contact appears.
A Hot Key can be programmed to give access to frequently used functions such as dialling
a specific handset number, a short cut on the menu, or sending an SMS.
3.4.9
Multifunction Button
Note: This feature is applicable for d62 Talker and d62 Messenger only.
This button can be used as a short cut to functions; long or double press modes. It is by
default not used, but can be defined by the user of the handset. If the button is defined, it
can be used in standby mode only.
3.4.10 Volume Button
The two buttons placed on the upper left side of the handset are used for increasing/
decreasing the earpiece, headset, and the loudspeaker volume.
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Alphanumeric Keys
abcàâäæç2
.,?!-‘”1
deféè3
ghiî4
jkl5
b
mnoñòöø6
pqrsβ7
wxyz9
tuvùü8
#
006
Space + * 0
Figure 5. Available characters.
Note: Depending on the selected menu language, other characters can be available. This
means that the character order can differ from the table above.
In standby mode, and number input mode
• A short press on a key enter the digits “0” - “9” and the characters * and #.
• Enter a pause in number input mode by a long press on the # -key. A pause is indicated
by a "P" in the display.
• A long press on the * - key changes the tone sender on.
Tone sender on is indicated by a "T" in the display.
In text input mode
• A short press on a key 0-9, displays the first available character on that specific key. The
marked character is selected after a timeout, or when another key is pressed.
• To change to upper/lower case, press the * -key before entering the character.
The *-key can also be used to display only the digits.
• To add space in the text, make a short press on key 0.
• The first character entered in a message, or when adding/editing a name in the
Contacts menu, will be an upper level character followed by lower level characters,
unless the * -key is pressed before entering the character. To switch between Abc,
ABC, abc, and 123 the *-key is pressed.
• A long press on the #-key displays special characters.
3.6
Accessories
3.6.1
Belt Clips
Two belt clip options are available:
• Hinge-type clip
The clip on the back of the handset is used to fasten the handset to a belt or similar. It
is also possible to change the clip to a swivel-type.
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• Swivel-type clip
The ordinary belt clip can be replaced with a special swivel-type belt clip adapted to
firmly place your handset onto your belt.
Note: It is also possible to use the handset without any clip on, see 14.5 Attach Cover for
No Clip on page 73.
3.6.2
Security Cord
The security cord is 800 mm long. The security cord is attached directly to the handset.
3.6.3
Leather Casing
The leather casing is especially designed for the handset. The casing comes with a swivel
type belt clip and the handset is fully operational while placed in the casing.
3.6.4
Headset
A headset is recommended if the handset is frequently used, and/or the user want to have
both hands free. The headset comes in three versions; microphone integrated in the cable,
microphone on a boom and hearing protection.
In order to achieve optimal audio quality with the different headset types it is
recommended to select the corresponding headset profile. See 9.1.2 Headset on page 43
for more information.
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Menu Tree
4.1
Calls
—> • Call
01:30
03:35
• More
05:26
• Back
20-Oct-03
>
—> • Time of call
• Edit number
• Save number
• Send message
• Delete
• Delete all
• Call time
—> • Call
7682 05:26
7845 23-Sep-03
• More
• Back
—> Total call time:
03:47:06
Last call:
00:00:07
• Call services
—> • Absence*
—> • Deactivate
• Lunch
• Meeting
• Trip
• Vacation
• Out
• Absence 1
• Absence 2
• Absence 3
• Absence 4
>
—> • Time of call
• Edit number
• Save number
• Send message
• Delete
• Delete all
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
—> • Internal
• External
• No reply
• When busy
>
>
>
>
• Call list
• Missed calls
7891
7827
7682
7845
—>
—>
• Divert calls*
• PTT Groups*
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
—> PTT Group 1 (example) —> • Call
• Back
PTT Group 10 (example)
*) Visible if defined in the PDM
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Contacts
• Call contact
——>
• Search
• From contact list
• Add contact
——>
• Edit contact
——> • Search
• From contact list
• Delete contact
• New
• From Call list
——> • Search
• From contact list
>
——> • Name
• Work number
>
• Mobile number
• Other number
• Ring signal
>
>
>
>
>
——> • Name
• Work number
• Mobile number
• Other number
• Ring signal
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
• Central phonebook* ——> • Search by name
• Search by number
• Last result
——>
>
——>
• Call
• More
• Back
>
>
• View contact
>
• Add to contacts
• Send message
>
* System dependent
4.3
Profile
• Normal (example)
——>
• Add new
——>
• Name
• Volume
>
>
• Ring signal
——> • Internal call
• External call
• Call back
• Message alert
——> • Message alert 1
|
|
• Message alert 7
• Beep
• Vibrating alert
——> • On
• On if silent
• Off
• Key sound
——> • Click
• Tone
• Silent
>
>
• Answering behaviour ——> • Automatic
• Loudspeaker
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Messaging1
Figure 1.
• Inbox
——> Message List —> • View —> • Reply ——> • Enter text >
• More ——> • Delete
• Forward
• Call sender
• Call no. in text*
• Save number
• More —>
>
• Delete
• Delete all >
>
>
>
>
>
• Close
• Back
• Write new message
——> • Enter text >
• Unsent
——> Message List —> • Edit
—> • Send ——> • Enter number >
• Clear
• Back
• More —>
>
• Delete
• Delete all >
• Back
• Sent
——> Message List —> • View —> • Forward —> • Enter text >
• More
• Close
• More —>
—> • Delete
• Call no. in text
• Save number
>
>
>
• Delete
• Delete all
• Back
* Visible if the number consists of minimum 3 digits.
4.5
Services1
• Add new
• Back
—> • Name
—> • Phone call
• Send data
• Send message
1.This menu is applicable for d62 Messenger and d62 Protector only.
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Short cuts
Soft Keys
---> Left
--->
Middle --->
Right --->
Name
>
Function
----------->
Value
>
Control question --> On
Off
Not used
Phone call
---> Enter number
Call list
Contact list
Central Phonebook
Message inbox**
Hot Key
---> 0, 2 - 9 --->
Function
------------>
Send message** ---> Enter number
Value
>
Navigation Keys
---> Up
Control question ---> On
--->
Change profile
---> Profile A (example)
Down --->
Off
Middle --->
Open a menu
---> Main menu
Left
--->
Right --->
Call absence
>
Calls
Middle --->
Services
>
Connections
Right --->
Multifunction button*-> Long press --->
Edit alarm data >
Contacts
Multi press --->
Call PTT group***>
Messaging**
Services
*) For d62 Talker and d62 Messenger only
Profiles
**) For d62 Messenger and d62 Protector only
Settings
***) Visible if defined in PDM/IMS2. For d62 Messenger and d62 Protector only
Absence*
Call services
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Connections
• Bluetooth*
—> • Enable / Disable
—> • Add new
>
• Barcode reader** —> • Add new
>
• Headset
• Headset
—> • Mic on boom
• Mic on cable
• Hearing Protection
• System
• In charger
—>
• Change system
—> • Automatically
• System A (example)
• Subscribe
• Unsubscribe***
• Rename system
• Priority
>
>
>
>
—> • No action
• Switch off
• Redirect
• Sound off
• Logout**
• Message absence
*) Visible if the handset’s hardware supports Bluetooth.
**) This is a license dependent feature.
***) It is not possible to unsubcribe a protected system via the System menu.
Unsubcribtion of the system must be made via the Admin menu or the DECT system.
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Settings
Sound & Alerts
---> Volume
>
—>
Internal call
External call
Callback
Vibrator alert
—>
On
On if silent
Off
Key sound
—>
Click
Tone
Silent
--->
On
Off
--->
Auto phone lock
Ring signals
Message alert
Locks
---> Automatic key lock
Phone lock
>
Change PIN code
Display
—>
Screen saver
--->
—> On
On in charger
Off
>
Information
Black
Brightness
Contrast
Time & Date
Answering
—>
–>
--->
Normal
Power save
>
Time format
—>
hh:mm (am/pm)
hh:mm
Date format
—>
dd month yy
month dd yyyy
yyyy-mm-dd
mm/dd/yyyy
dd/mm/yyyy
dd-mm-yyyy
dd.mm.yyyy
Answering key
—>
Answering behaviour —>
Hook-off
Any key
Automatically
Loudspeaking
Messages
*Language
Owner ID
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—>
Text Size
—>
Normal
Large
Dansk, Nederlands,
English, etc.
>
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In Call
The In Call menu can be reached during an ongoing call by pressing the middle Soft Key
marked "More".
Note: If configured in the PDM/IMS2, it is possible to call an emergency call while the
handset/keypad is locked. During the ongoing emergency call, the In Call menu is not
reachable.
• Contacts
>
• Microphone on/off
>
• Audio transfer**
>
• New call*
—>
• Switch*
>
• End call*
>
• Transfer*
>
>
• Call
• “Phonebook access” >
• Cancel
>
• Transfer to new call***
>
—> • Call
• “Phonebook access” >
• Cancel
>
• Conference*
>
• Call back*
>
• Call waiting*
>
• DTMF
>
• DECT info****
—> • Link
• System
• General purpose 1 Name*
• General purpose 2 Name*
• General purpose 3 Name*
*) Visible if defined in the PDM/IMS2.
**) Only available when Bluetooth connection is active.
***) Only visible when the parameters "New call" and "Transfer" are defined in the PDM/IMS2.
****) Only visible if the Admin menu is activated.
4.10 Customizing the Menu Tree
The menu tree can be customized by hiding some of the functions that are available but
for example not in use. Which functions that should be hidden are defined in the PDM.
See Configuration Manual, Ascom d62 DECT Handset, TD92639GB.
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Basic Operation
5.1
Switch the Handset On/Off
The handset is switched off:
1
Press and hold
.
When pressing the On-hook key, the handset will vibrate and the display lights up.
2
A dialog window "Switch on?" is displayed. Confirm by pressing "Yes".
The handset is in idle mode:
Note: If the handset is a shared phone, it must first be logged out to be able to switch off
the handset. See 5.2 Log a Shared Phone On/Off.
5.2
1
Press and hold
.
2
A dialog window "Switch off?" is displayed. Confirm by pressing "Yes".
Log a Shared Phone On/Off
Note: This feature is license dependent and is applicable for IP-DECT systems only. See
Configuration Manual, Ascom d62 DECT Handset, TD92639GB.
The feature shared phone allows more than one user to use a handset. When a handset is
configured to be a shared phone, it can be used by any shared phone user in the system.
The message and call lists are deleted when a user logs off a handset.
Note: If configured in the PDM/IMS2, it is possible to call an emergency call from a
handset that is logged off. See Configuration Manual, Ascom d62 DECT Handset, TD
92639GB.
Log on a Handset
Prerequisite, the handset is switched on. See 5.1 Switch the Handset On/Off for more
information.
1
A dialog window "Login?" is displayed. Press the soft key "Yes".
2
Enter User ID and password.
3
Press "Login".
Log off a Handset
5.3
1
Press and hold
.
2
A dialog window "Logout?" appears. Press the soft key "Yes".
Turn the Audible Signal On/Off
A long press on the
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Lock/Unlock the Keypad
Lock/Unlock the Keypad in Idle Mode
To prevent accidentally pressing keys, the keys can be locked.
Lock keypad
1
Press
.
2
Press "Lock".
Unlock keypad
1
Press
.
2
Press "Yes".
Note: It is possible to answer/close an incoming call and/or press the alarm button while
the keypad is locked. If configured in the PDM/IMS2, it is also possible to call an
emergency call while the keypad is locked. See Configuration Manual, Ascom d62 DECT
Handset, TD 92639GB.
Lock/Unlock the Keypad during a Call
To prevent accidentally pressing keys, the keys can be locked during a call. This can be
useful when a headset is used and the handset is attached to a pocket or belt.
Lock keypad
1
Press
.
2
Press "Lock".
Unlock keypad
1
Press
2
Press "Yes".
Note: When the keypad is Iocked, it is possible to press the volume buttons and the mute
button during the call. If the d62 Protector is used, it is also possible to press the alarm
button.
5.5
Lock/Unlock the Handset
1
Enter the “Settings” menu, see 4.8 Settings on page 23.
2
Select “Locks”
3
Select “Phone lock”.
4
Select "Auto phone lock"
5
Select "On", "On in charger", or "Off".
Note: If configured in the PDM/IMS2, it is possible to call an emergency call while the
handset is locked. See Configuration Manual, Ascom d62 DECT Handset, TD 92639GB.
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Calling
6.1
6.2
Open the Call List
1
Press "Menu’,
2
Select "Calls"
3
Select "Call list".
4
Select a number.
5
Press
or the soft key "Call" to dial. The number can be edited before the call is
dialled. Press "More" and select "Edit number". The 25 last received, dialled or
missed calls are stored in a call list. See 4.1 Calls on page 18.
.
Incoming Call
The flashing LED, accompanied by a ring signal and/or a vibrating handset, give you notice
of a call. Ring signal and vibrator can be disabled. The calling party’s handset number or
name is shown. The name will be shown if the calling party’s handset number is stored in
the local phonebook. Press the Off-hook key to answer the call. When a headset is
connected to the handset, the answering button on the headset can be used to answer
the call.
Other answering methods can also be set in the Settings menu, see 4.8 Settings on page
23. The answering methods are; Automatically and Loudspeaking.
When “Automatically” is enabled, all incoming calls will be connected automatically.
6.2.1
Answer a Call
When the signal sounds press
to answer the call, or press the soft key
to answer
the call in loudspeaking mode. The name/number of the calling party is displayed if calling
line information is available.
6.2.2
End a Call
Press
to end the call. The duration of the call is shown in the display. The total time of
the call can also be retrieved from the Calls menu > Call time.
6.3
Outgoing Call
6.3.1
Pre-Dial
Enter the number and press
to get the line. The number is shown on the display while
dialling. If needed, you can press the Soft key "Clear" to erase the number. By using the
navigation key it is possible to step and add/delete a digit in the middle of a number.
It is possible to turn on the tone sender in a pre-dialled number by making a long press on
the *-key.
6.3.2
Dial Using a Pre-programmed Hot key, Soft key or Multifunction button
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A Hot key, Soft key or Multifunction button can be programmed with a handset number.
Press the pre-programmed Hot key, Soft key or Multifunction button to dial the number.
The call will automatically be connected.
6.3.3
Dial a Number from the Call list
1
Press
2
Select a number press
or soft key "Call" to dial. The number can be edited
before the call is started. Press "More" and select "Edit number".
6.3.4
.
Dial the sender of a Message
You can call the sender of a message stored in the message list, from the Messaging
menu.
1
Open the menu by pressing the confirmation button, or the soft key "Menu".
2
Select "Messaging".
3
Select "Inbox".
4
Select message from the list.
5
Select "View".
6
Select "More".
7
Select "Call sender".
6.3.5
Dial a Number from the Local Phonebook
1
Open the menu by pressing the confirmation button, or the soft key "Menu".
2
Select "Contacts".
3
Select "Call contact".
4
Select contact from list, or search name/number by entering characters in the
"Search" field.
5
Press the Soft key "Call" or the Off-hook key to make the call.
6.3.6
Dial a Name from the Central Phonebook
1
Open the menu by pressing the confirmation button, or the soft key "Menu".
2
Select “Contacts”.
3
Select "Central phonebook".
4
Select "Search by name".
5
Enter the first name and/or last name, the whole name does not have to be
entered.
6
Press “Search”.
7
Press the soft key "Call" or Off-hook key to make the call.
6.3.7
Dial a Number from the Company Phonebook
1
Open the menu by pressing the confirmation button, or the soft key "Menu".
2
Select "Contacts".
3
Select "Call contact".
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The local and company phonebook appears in the same list but the company
names are indicated by a “Locked entry” icon
in front of the name. Select
contact from list, or search name/number by entering characters in the "Search"
field.
5
Press the soft key "Call" or the Off-hook key to make the call.
During a Call
Note: Some of these functions are system dependent. The parameters are set up in the
Portable Device Manager (PDM), see Configuration Manual, Ascom d62 DECT Handset,
TD 92639GB, and Installation and Operational Manual, Portable Device Manager (PDM),
Windows version, TD 92325GB.
If configured in the PDM/IMS2, it is possible to call an emergency call while the handset/
keypad is locked. During the ongoing emergency call, the soft key "More" and the soft
key "R" are disabled.
6.4.1
Adjust the Volume during a Call
Press the "Volume up" button to increase the volume, and the "Volume down" button to
decrease the volume. The handset will now store and keep the new volume level. It is also
possible to use the navigation key, and to adjust the volume.
6.4.2
Open Contacts during the Call
1
Press the soft key "More" during the call.
2
Select "Contacts".
3
Press "Select".
4
Select "Call contact" for searching a local or company phonebook contact, or
select "Central phonebook" for searching a central phonebook contact.
5
Press "Select".
6
Select or search contact.
Note: It is possible to call the selected contact by pressing "Call". When calling the
contact, the first call will be put on hold. See also 6.4.6 Start a New Call during
Conversation on page 30.
6.4.3
Turn the Microphone on/off during a Call
1
Press the soft key "More" during the call.
2
Select "Microphone off".
3
Press "Select".
The icon
indicates a silenced microphone. This means that the other part in an
ongoing call cannot hear you. To turn the microphone back on, do as follows:
1
Press the soft key "More" during the call.
2
Select "Microphone on".
3
Press "Select".
It also possible to turn the microphone off/on by a long press on
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Lock/Unlock the Keypad during a Call
To prevent accidentally pressing keys, the keys can be locked during a call. This can be
useful when a headset is used and the handset is attached to a pocket or belt.
Lock keypad
1
Longpress
2
Press "Lock".
.
Unlock keypad
1
Press
2
Press "Yes".
When the keypad is locked, it is possible to press the volume buttons and the mute button
during the call. If the d62 Protector is used, it is also possible to press the alarm button.
6.4.5
Audio Transfer
To transfer audio between the Bluetooth headset and the handset’s earpiece.
1
Press the soft key "More" during the call.
2
Select "Audio transfer"1.
3
Press "Select".
6.4.6
Start a New Call during Conversation
1
Press the soft key "More" during the call.
2
Select "New Call"2.
3
Press "Select".
4
Enter number, or press
5
Press
6.4.7
to access the phonebook.
.
Switch between Calls
Prerequisite, a new call has been started during conversation, see 6.4.6 Start a New Call
during Conversation on page 30.
1
Press the soft key "More".
2
Select "Switch"2.
3
Press "Select". This will switch between the calls.
6.4.8
End a Call
Prerequisite, a new call has been started during conversation, see 6.4.6 Start a New Call
during Conversation on page 30.
1
Press the soft key "More" during the call.
2
Select "End Call"2.
3
Press "Select". This will end the current call and the previous call is resumed.
1.Visible if Bluetooth connection is active.
2.Only visible if defined in the PDM/IMS2.
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Transfer a Call
Prerequisite, a new call has been started during conversation, see 6.4.6 Start a New Call
during Conversation on page 30.
When a caller has two ongoing calls, he/she can transfer the first call with the second call.
1
Press the soft key "More".
2
Select "Transfer"1.
3
Press "Select". This will connect the first call with the second call. Your call will
automatically be disconnected.
6.4.10 Transfer to New Call
An ongoing call can be transfered to a new number. When the new call is established, the
caller that initiated the transfer will be disconnected.
1
Press the soft key "More" during the call.
2
Select "Transf. to new"2.
3
Press "Select".
4
Enter the number to the person where the ongoing call shall be transfered to, or
press
to access the phonebook.
5
Press
to transfer the call. Your call will automatically be disconnected.
6.4.11 Conference Call
Prerequisite, a new call has been started during conversation, see 6.4.6 Start a New Call
during Conversation on page 30.
By initiate a conference call, an conversation can be made between several participants
simultaneously.
1
Press the soft key "More".
2
Select "Conference"1.
3
Press "Select".
The person initiating the conference call is the conference leader, and the other are
participant members of the conference call.
6.4.12 Call Back
When a call is made to a busy handset, it is possible to automatically call back when the
busy handset is free. When a busy tone louds, do as follows:
1
Press the soft key "More" during the call.
2
Select "Call back"1.
3
Press "Select".
4
Press
5
When the handset alerts, press
and wait until the handset alerts.
and the call will automatically be started.
1.Only visible if defined in the PDM/IMS2
2.Only visible when the parameters "New call" and "Transfer" are defined in the PDM/IMS2.
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6.4.13 Call Waiting
During a call and the line is busy, do as follows:
1
Press the soft key "More".
2
Select "Call waiting"1.
3
Press "Select". The other part will get a "Call waiting" signal.
When the line is free it will automatically call the number again. This is system dependent.
6.4.14 DTMF
1
Press the soft key "More" during the call.
2
Select "DTMF"1.
3
Press "Select". This will enable the use of Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF)
signals.
6.4.15 DECT Info
This option is only visible if the Admin menu is activated. See Configuration Manual,
Ascom d62 DECT Handset, TD92639GB for more information.
6.5
Loudspeaking Function
How to activate the loudspeaking function is dependent of the choice of answering
method. An incoming call can be connected with loudspeaking function active by pressing
left Soft key. During a call, a press on the left soft key activates the loudspeaking function.
Press the left soft key again to turn it off.
6.6
Call Diversion
All calls; internal calls, external calls, calls when busy, or calls at no answer can be diverted
to another handset number. The diversion is made via the Calls menu > Call services >
Divert calls. See Divert Calls on page 50.
In addition, an absence reason (for example “Lunch”, “Meeting”, “Trip” etc.) can also be
set. The absence reason is set via the Calls menu > Call services > Absence. See 9.2.5 Call
Services on page 49 .
Note: If both diversion and absence reason are set, the absence reason will be used.
Either can a Soft key, Hot key, or Multifunction2 button be preprogrammed with a short
cut to the diversion function or the absence reason/menu. See 9.3 Short Cuts on page 51.
1.Only visible if defined in the PDM/IMS2
2.The Multifunction button is applicable for d62 Talker and d62 Messenger only.
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7.1
Mini Messaging
Note: This feature is applicable for d62 Talker only.
The d62 Talker can receive text messages with a maximum of 12 characters. When a text
message is received, the LED starts flashing and the message alert signal sounds. The
message is displayed in a popup window.
If the received message contains more than 12 characters, the remaining characters are
discarded. Only the last received message is displayed. For example, a first message is
received and displayed in the popup window. Another message is received and will be
displayed instead of the prior message which will be discarded.
Press "Close" when the message has been read. It is not possible to reply to a message or
create/send a new message. The message(s) are not stored in the handset.
7.2
Message List
Note: This feature is applicable for d62 Messenger and d62 Protector only.
The thirty last received messages are stored in a list. The message list is located in the
Messaging menu "Inbox". Time and date information is included in the message.
7.3
Receive a Message
Note: This feature is applicable for d62 Messenger and d62 Protector only.
When a text message is received, the LED starts flashing and the message alert signal
sounds. The “New message“ icon, and the content of the received message are
automatically displayed. The icon will remain in the display until all new messages are
opened. If the message is received during a call a beep notifies the user.
It is possible to reply, forward the message, call the sender, and call number included in a
text.
Note: A PTT invitation can be received as a message (that is, PTT Message style), see 9.2.4
Push to Talk on page 47 for more information. It is not possible to reply, forward the
message, and call number included in a text.
It is also possible to read the message later by selecting "Close". A received message is
stored in the Inbox.
7.3.1
Read a Stored Message
1
Enter “Messaging” in the menu, see 4.4 Messaging on page 20.
2
Select “Inbox”.
3
Select stored message from the list.
4
Press "View" to read the message.
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Reply to a Message
To reply when receiving a message, do as follows:
1
Press “Reply”.
2
Enter message.
3
Press "Send".
4
If needed, edit the number to the receiver.
5
Press "Send".
7.3.3
Delete Message(s)
1
Enter “Messaging” in the menu, see 4.4 Messaging on page 20.
2
Select "Inbox".
3
Select message to delete.
4
Press "More".
5
Select "Delete"
6
Press "Yes" for confirmation. The message is deleted. To delete all messages in the
list, select "Delete all" and press "Yes" for confirmation.
7.3.4
Forward a Message
1
Enter “Messaging” in the menu, see 4.4 Messaging on page 20.
2
Select "Inbox"
3
Select message
4
Press "View".
5
Press "More".
6
Select "Forward"
7
If needed, write additional text, see 7.3.8 Write and Send a Message.
8
Press "Send".
9
Enter the number to the receiver, or press the middle soft key to open the
phonebook.
10
Press "Send" to forward the message.
7.3.5
Call the Sender of the Message
1
Enter “Messaging” in the menu, see 4.4 Messaging on page 20.
2
Select "Inbox".
3
Select message.
4
Press "More".
5
Select "Call sender".
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Call a Number Included in a Message
If the sender has written a number in the message it is possible to call the number without
dialling it.
1
Select "View".
2
Select "More".
3
Select “Call no. in text”1.
4
Select number in the list.
5
Press "Call".
7.3.7
Save Number
1
Enter “Messaging” in the menu, see 4.4 Messaging on page 20.
2
Select "Inbox".
3
Select message .
4
Select "View".
5
Press "More".
6
Select "Save number".
7
Select "Work number", "Mobile number", or "Other number".
8
Add name and press "OK".
9
Press "Save". The number will be saved in the contact list.
7.3.8
Write and Send a Message
1
Enter “Messaging” menu, see 4.4 Messaging on page 20.
2
Select “Write new message”.
3
Write the message. Keys 0-9, * or # can be used. Key 0 and 1 contains special
characters, see 3.5 Alphanumeric Keys on page 16 to see all characters.
The maximum message length is 160 characters.
Note: Some characters require 2 bytes in the final message, therefore the user will
sometimes not be able to enter 160 characters.
The first character entered will be an upper level character followed by lower level
characters unless the * -key is pressed before entering the character.
When pressing a key, the first available character on that specific key is displayed, see 3.5
Alphanumeric Keys on page 16. To get any of the other characters on that key, press the
key until that character appears in the display.
Example: to get the character E, press key 3 twice. "E" appears in the display and is
selected after a timeout or when another key is pressed.
To delete a character, press "Clear".
4
Press "Send".
5
Enter the call number.
6
Press "Send" to send the message.
1. This option is only visible if the number consists of minimum 3 digits.
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Open a Sent Message
1
Enter “Messaging” menu, see 4.4 Messaging on page 20.
2
Select “Sent”.
3
Select message.
4
Press "View" to read the message.
7.3.10 Send to Another Destination
7.4
1
Enter “Messaging” menu, see 4.4 Messaging on page 20.
2
Select “Inbox” or "Sent".
3
Select message.
4
Press "More".
5
Select "Forward".
6
Press "Send".
7
Enter the number.
8
Press "Send".
Receive a Message with Request for Answer
Note: This feature is applicable for d62 Messenger and d62 Protector only.
In the status bar, a message with request for answer is indicated the same way as an
ordinary message, see 7.3 Receive a Message on page 33.
In the message list, the message with request for answer is indicated by the
7.4.1
icon.
Accept/Reject the message
Press the soft key “Accept” or “Reject”.
When an acknowledged message has been replied to, the icon
is shown in the
message list. The text “Accepted” or “Rejected”, and time and date is also added in the
acknowledged message.
Note: The option “Delete” is not available for a message with request for answer. An
unacknowledged message can only be deleted from the message list.
7.5
Message Queuing and Message Priority
Note: This feature is applicable for d62 Messenger and d62 Protector only.
The default settings is that each message will be displayed without being interrupted by
another message, except if the new message is of higher priority. Messages that are not
shown yet are placed in a queue and the priority and time of reception determine the
position in the queue. There are 9 levels of the priority. 1 is highest priority and 9 is lowest
priority.
If several of the messages have the same priority the message that was received first is
shown first.
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If a new message with a higher priority is received while another message is read the new
message will replace the old message in the display. The old message will be placed in the
queue. If a new message with equal or lower priority is received while another message is
read the new message will be placed in the queue.
It is possible to configure how long a message will be displayed, see Configuration
Manual, Ascom d62 DECT Handset, TD 92639GB.
New messages
Prio 7
14:04 Prio 4
14:03
Prio 1
14:02 Prio 9
14:01
Prio 9
14:01
Prio 8
13:59
Me
ss
Prio 7
14:04 Prio 4
14:03
Prio 2
13:59
Current Mess
ag
ue
Prio 2
13:59
Current Mess
Prio 1
14:02
010
eq
ue
Prio 4
13:58
Figure 6. Figure of how the queue and priority works
7.6
Interactive Messaging
Note: This system dependent feature is applicable for d62 Messenger and d62 Protector
only.
Interactive Messaging (IM) is a function that extends basic messaging. It makes it possible
for a user of a handset to access information from a client application in the system.
An example can be a customized application that can be accessed from the handset. A list
of actions can be included in the message sent from the application to the handset.
An IM is indicated and viewed the same way as an ordinary message, see 7.3 Receive a
Message on page 33. It is saved along with other messages in the message list.
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When a IM has been read, the IM may display several options. Mark the one you want and
press “Select”. If the selected option requests input, enter the information needed and
press “Ok”. A press on the middle Soft key will change to digit or text input mode
depending on if it is digit or text format in the message. A read message is indicated the
same way as an ordinary message.
Note: If a handset receives an IM update when the original message already has been
deleted, the handset automatically sends a negative acknowledge (NAK) to the system, if
requested.
A very simple interactive message can look like the one in figure 7 on page 38. The
options depends on the configuration in the client application.
Conference this evening!
Will you be there?
“Fred Smith” <Fred.Smith
@company.com
2007-04-20 5:44pm
Options
Delete
Close
Options
Select
Back
011
Reply
Figure 7. Example of an interactive message
Mobile data from the handset can initiate the application to send the interactive message,
see 7.8 Mobile Data on page 39. The user can then select one action from the list. The
action can be sending a message back to the application and/or dialling a specific number
etc.
7.7
Coloured Messaging
Note: This is a system dependent feature for d62 Messenger and d62 Protector only.
It is possible to send coloured messages to handsets. The sender of a message (that is, an
application) determines the colour of the message. Coloured messaging can be useful for
categorizing messages. In figure 8 on page 39, there are two coloured messages (a new
message, and a read message) in the message inbox (left in the figure). The messages are
indicated by a gradient colour bar behind the envelopes. In addition, a gradient colour bar
is shown below the envelop when reading a coloured message (right in the figure).
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12:34
Inbox
2009-01-01 12:00
Patient ready...
2009-01-01
View
More
Back
Call
Help
Reject
008
Patient ready for transport.
From: X-ray
To: B/12/3
Patient ready...
2009-01-01
Figure 8. Shows an example of a coloured message.
To enable coloured messaging, see the corresponding manual for the application used. In
addition, coloured labels can be mapped to message beep codes. See Installation and
Operation Manual, IMS2, TD 92586GB.
7.8
Mobile Data
Note: This is a system dependent feature for d62 Messenger and d62 Protector only.
7.8.1
Send Mobile Data
It is possible to send user entered data from the handset by pressing a pre-programmed
Hot key or Soft key, or selecting a Service. Mobile data can be used for opening a door,
starting/stopping a machine etc. The data can either be predefined, or entered after the
Hot key/Soft key is pressed or Service is selected.
The data can be predefined when programming the Soft/Hot key or Service, see 9.3.1
Define Soft Keys on page 51, 9.3.2 Define Hot Keys on page 51, or 9.4.1 Add Services on
page 52.
7.8.2
Send Mobile Data with a Prefix
Mobile data with a prefix is sent from the handset by entering data and then pressing a
pre-programmed Hot key or Soft key or select a Service. Mobile data with prefix can be
used to send information to an application in the system.
The prefix is predefined by the user when programming the Hot/Soft key or Service, 9.3.1
Define Soft Keys on page 51 on page 46 or 9.3.2 Define Hot Keys on page 51.
7.9
Send Data with Bluetooth Barcode Reader
The handset can be configured to receive data from a Bluetooth barcode reader and then
send the data to another destination. When the handset receives data, it is automatically
transmitted to the destination and is not stored in the handset. A dialog window
"Message sent" will be displayed.
For more information about configuration, see Configuration Manual, Ascom d62 DECT
Handset, TD 92639GB. See also Connect Bluetooth Barcode Reader on page 43, and user
manual for the Bluetooth barcode reader.
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7.10 Voice Mail
Note: This feature is only available if configured in the system.
7.10.1 Receive a Voice Mail
When receiving a voice mail, the content of the voice mail notification is displayed
automatically on the screen, and is also indicated by the "Voice mail message" icon
the status bar.
in
If the content of the notification is displayed, press "Call" to dial the voice mail. If
"Close" is selected, it is possible to dial the voice mail by a long press on digit key "1" in
standby mode, or from the Inbox menu.
Information is stored in the “Messaging” inbox (see 4.4 Messaging on page 20) until all
voice mail messages have been listened to.
7.10.2 Check the Voice Mail inbox
The voice mail is indicated by a "Voice mail message" icon
mail message, and is also displayed first in the inbox list.
in the front of the voice
1
Enter “Messaging” menu, see 4.4 Messaging on page 20
2
Select “Inbox”.
3
Select the voice mail message.
4
Press "View".
5
Press "Call".
Voice mail will be displayed with one entry in the message list regardless of the number
of voice mail received.
7.10.3 One Key Voice Mail Access
A long press on digit key “1” in standby mode will call your voice mail. If the extension
number is not available a dialog window "Voice mail number not defined" is displayed.
Note: Some systems require that the mailbox extension number is downloaded to the
handset, see Configuration Manual, Ascom d62 DECT Handset, TD 92639GB.
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Alarm Operation
Note: The following system dependent features are applicable for d62 Protector only, see
Configuration Manual, Ascom d62 DECT Handset, TD 92639GB.
IMPORTANT: If a shared phone is used, it must be logged in to the system to be able to
send alarm. See 5.2 Log a Shared Phone On/Off on page 25.
8.1
Push-button Alarm
Press the red alarm button twice within two seconds to activate the alarm. An information
text is displayed, default “Personal Alarm” is displayed. The alarm is sent to the alarm
central that distributes it further. After that the handset returns to stand-by mode. Note
that you can always trigger the alarm when you are speaking, editing your settings, or
while the handset is locked.
8.2
Acoustic Location Signal
An alarm can be followed by an Acoustic Location Signal (ALS). The ALS is a signal from
the handset that sounds for a predefined period of time. The signal is silenced by pressing
the Mute button on the handset.
8.3
Test Alarm
Press and hold the red alarm button until the information text is displayed, default “Test
Alarm” is displayed.
8.4
Alarm with Location Information
Information about the handset’s location can be sent along with an alarm. The location
can be added as follows;
• Manually added by the user (see 8.4.1 Alarm with Data) or,
• An approximately location given by the closest Base Station (see Configuration Manual,
Ascom d62 DECT Handset, TD 92639GB) or,
• A precise location given by DECT location devices (see Configuration Manual, Ascom
d62 DECT Handset, TD 92639GB)
8.4.1
Alarm with Data
The data must manually be defined and stored by the user. To use the function, one Soft/
Hot key/Navigation key in the handset must be defined as a shortcut to the menu “Edit
alarm data, see 9.3 Short Cuts on page 51. The stored data is added to all types of alarm
at transmission.
8.5
Automatic Call after Alarm
A handset can be configured to call a pre-defined number after an alarm has been sent.
Depending on the settings, the call can be established in the following modes;
• Loudspeaking mode, or
• Monitor mode, or
• Normal mode
See Configuration Manual, Ascom d62 DECT Handset, TD 92639GB for more information.
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Menu Operation
13:00
Messaging
Calls
Connections
Short cuts
Services
Settings
Profiles
Contacts
Select
Back
Figure 9. The main menu.
9.1
Connections
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” Soft key, or the confirmation button on
the Navigation key.
2
Select
"Select".
9.1.1
Bluetooth
in the menu, and press the confirmation button or the Soft key
Bluetooth is optional, this function is only visible in the menu if Bluetooth is ordered with
the handset. See also Appendix A.
Enable Bluetooth Connection
1
Select "Bluetooth".
2
Select "Enable". A Bluetooth connection icon
bar.
will be displayed in the header
Disable Bluetooth Connection
1
Select "Bluetooth".
2
Select "Disable".
Connect Bluetooth Headset
This can only be done if Bluetooth connection is enabled and if the Bluetooth headset is in
pairing mode. See Enable Bluetooth Connection and User manual for the Bluetooth
headset.
1
Select "Bluetooth".
2
Select "Headset".
3
Select "Add new". An information text "Put headset in Pairing mode" is displayed.
4
Press "OK". It will now search for a Bluetooth headset for connection.
5
When headset is found, press "Pair".
6
Enter PIN code, see User manual for the Bluetooth headset.
7
Press "OK". "Successful pairing" will be displayed if the pairing mode was
successful.
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Connect Bluetooth Barcode Reader
This can only be done if Bluetooth connection is enabled and if the Bluetooth barcode
reader is in pairing mode. See Enable Bluetooth Connection, user manual for the
Bluetooth barcode reader, and 7.9 Send Data with Bluetooth Barcode Reader on page 39.
1
Select "Bluetooth".
2
Select "Barcode reader"1.
3
Select "Add new". A dialog window "Put barcode reader in pairing mode" is
displayed.
4
Press "OK". It will now search for a Bluetooth barcode reader for connection.
5
When Bluetooth barcode reader is found, press "Pair".
6
Enter PIN code, see user manual for the Bluetooth barcode reader.
7
Press "OK". "Successful pairing" will be displayed if the pairing mode was
successful.
9.1.2
Headset
In order to achieve optimal audio quality with the different headset types, it is
recommended to select the corresponding headset profile.
The default setting is microphone on a boom, that is, the audio is optimized for using a
headset with microphone on a boom. The headset profile can be changed in the menu by
do as follows:
1
Select "Headset".
2
Select the corresponding headset profile from list, that is, "Mic on boom", "Mic on
cable", "Hearing protection", or "Customized headset profile"2.
3
Press "Select".
9.1.3
System
Change System
Select “Automatic” or a specific system. If the handset is set to “Automatic” it selects a
system according to the priority list, see Priority on page 44.
Subscribe System
The handset can subscribe up to eight different systems. To subscribe a new system, the
“Park:” (Portable Access Right Key) and “Ac:” (Authentication code) related to the system
are needed. Contact the system administrator for more information.
Note: The PARK code may not be needed if there is no alien DECT system within the
coverage area.
The IPDI code is a unique code which has been assigned to the handset, see also 10.1
Admin Menu on page 63.
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” soft key.
2
Select
in the menu.
1.This is a license dependent feature, and requires that the handset’s hardware supports Bluetooth.
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Select "System"
4
Select "Subscribe"
5
Press "Next".
6
Enter System name (optional). If no system name is entered, the default name will
be used. That is System A, System B etc. depending on which system name that is
free.
7
Press "Next".
8
Enter PARK code (max. 31 digits). The PARK code may not be needed if there is no
alien DECT system within the coverage area.
9
Enter AC code. The AC code length must be between 4 - 8 digits.
10
Press "Next".
11
An information text "Protection on?" is displayed. Select "Yes" if the new system is
to be protected. It is not possible to delete a protected subscription from the System
meny1.
12
Press "OK". A searching mode starts.
Unsubscribe System
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” soft key.
2
Select
3
Select "System".
4
Select "Unsubscribe"1.
5
Select the system to unsubscribe.
6
Press "Yes to unsubscribe the system.
in the menu.
Rename System
It is possible to change the name of the system in the handset.
1
Select "Rename System".
2
Select system to rename.
3
Enter new name.
4
Select "Save".
Priority
The default order of priority is the order of entered subscriptions. This means that the first
subscribed system has the highest priority. This list can be edited by the user. It is possible
to set the systems in priority by moving them up or down in the list.
Note: This is used in combination with system set to be "Automatic", see Change System
on page 43.
1
Select "Priority".
2
Change the priority if needed by selecting "Up" or "Down". The priority will be
saved when "Back" is selected.
1.It is not possible to unsubscribe a protected system via the System menu. The unsubscribtion must be made via the
Admin menu or the DECT system.
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In Charger
Redirect Calls While Charging
Calls can be redirected to another extension when the handset is placed in a charger. In
addition, message absence is also enabled when calls are redirected. See Messages
Absence While Charging on page 45 for more information. The function is automatically
cancelled when the handset is removed from the charger.
Note: The extension where the calls shall be redirected to is configured in the PBX.
1
Select “In charger”.
2
Select “Redirect”.
Switch off While Charging
When the handset is placed in the charger it can be switched off while it is charging.
When it is removed from the charger it will switch on again.
1
Select “In charger”.
2
Select “Switch off”.
Mute Handset While Charging
When the handset is placed in the charger it can be muted while it is charging. When it is
removed from the charger it will switch on the sound again.
1
Select “In charger”.
2
Select “Sound off”.
Logoff Handset While Charging
Note: This feature is licence dependent and applicable in IP-DECT systems only. See also
5.2 Log a Shared Phone On/Off on page 25.
When the handset is placed in a charger it can be logged off while it is charging. Call list
and message list will be deleted when the handset is logged out. When it is removed from
the charger, the user needs to log on again.
1
Select “In charger”.
2
Select “Logout”.
Messages Absence While Charging
When the handset is placed in a charger, message absence can be enabled while it is
charging. See also Redirect Calls While Charging on page 45. The function is
automatically cancelled when the handset is removed from the charger.
When an application/system sends a message to a handset, it will receive an indication
that the handset is absent. If a handset is absent, the application/system determines if the
message shall be sent to the handset or not, or redirected to another handset.
Note: If a message is sent from a handset, it will not receive an indication that the
recipient is absent.
1
Select “In charger”.
2
Select “Message Absence”.
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9.2
1
Select “In charger”.
2
Select “No action”.
3
Press "Select" to save the setting.
Calls
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” Soft key, or the confirmation button on
the Navigation key.
2
Select
"Select".
9.2.1
in the menu, and press the confirmation button or the Soft key
Call List
The 25 last received, dialled or missed calls are stored in a call list. If a number occurs more
than once the last time stamp, together with the total number of occurrences, is shown.
Note: If supported by the system, the number’s contact name can be displayed in the call
list.
1
Select Call list, and step with the
and
to scroll in the list.
Dial number from Call list
1
Select number to call.
2
Press the soft key "Call" to dial.
View the Time of a Call
1
Press the Soft key "More".
2
Select "Time of call". The time and date is displayed.
Edit Number from Call list
1
Press the Soft key "More".
2
Select "Edit number".
Save Number
1
Press the Soft key "More".
2
Select "Save number".
Send Message
1
Press the Soft key "More".
2
Select "Send message".
Delete Entry from the Call list
1
Press the Soft key "More".
2
Select entry to delete.
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Select "Delete".
4
Select "Yes" to delete the entry from the list.
Delete all Entries from the Call list
1
Press the Soft key "More".
2
Select "Delete all".
3
Select "Yes" to delete all the entries from the list.
9.2.2
Missed Calls
1
Select Missed calls, and step with the
2
Press the Soft key "Call" to call back.
and
to scroll in the list.
As in Call List there is a Soft key "More" which can be used to view the time/date of the
call, edit the received number, add to contacts, delete received numbers. See 9.2.1 Call List
on page 46 for information about the functionality in Soft key "More".
Note: If supported by the system, the number’s contact name can be displayed in the call
list.
9.2.3
Call Time
The total time of the previous call and last call is displayed.
1
9.2.4
Select "Call time".
Push to Talk
Note: This function is applicable for d62 Messenger and d62 Protector only.
The push-to-talk (PTT) function can be described as a group/conference call. A PTT session
can be triggered from the system, by an alarm, or by a user that sends an invitation to a
PTT group from the handset.
A PTT invitation can be received as an incomming call (PTT Voice Style), or as a message
(PTT Message Style). The sender (system/application) of the PTT invitation determines how
the invitation shall be sent. When calling a PTT group from a handset, the members of the
PTT group always receives the PTT invitation as an incomming call (PTT Voice Style), see
Call a PTT Group on page 49. When a PTT invitation is received, the group member(s) can
either accept or reject it.
All group members that have accepted the PTT invitation can listen to the conversation
which by default starts in loudspeaking mode. If one of the group members want to get in
contact with the others, he/she simply presses and holds the Mute button to open the
microphone. More than one handset can press the Mute button and start transmitting at
the same time.
Accept a PTT Invitation - Voice Style
The PTT invitation is indicated by a
icon and is received as an incomming call. In the
dialog window, a message containing maximum 24 characters can also be shown.
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Press and hold the Mute button to open the microphone for transmitting. The
microphone is muted again when the Mute button is released.
Reject a PTT Invitation - Voice Style
Press
to reject the PTT invitation. The handset will return to the previously shown
screen. See also Re-join a PTT Group on page 49.
Accept a PTT Invitation - Message Style
The PTT invitation is received as a message and can contain up to 1000 characters, and is
viewed the same way as an ordinary message. See figure 10.
12:34
Accept
Reject
010
Fire alert in
building A...
Figure 10. Incomming PTT Invitation - Message Style
1
Press the soft key "Accept".
The handset may accept the invitation automatically, start in inverted mute and
loudspeaking mode, depending on the configuration of the received PTT invitation.
When the invitation is accepted, the following screen appears (see figure 11). The PTT
invitation can now be deleted or closed by clicking the soft key Delete or Close,
respectively. The call will not be disconnected when clicking these soft keys. The soft key
Call is used for re-joining a PTT group only, see Re-join a PTT Group on page 49.
12:34
Call
Delete
Close
011
Fire alert in
building A...
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Reject a PTT Invitation - Message Style
Press the soft key "Reject" to reject the PTT invitation (see figure 10 on page 48 ). The
handset will return to the previously shown screen. The rejected PTT invitation will be
stored in the Messaging inbox, see Re-join a PTT Group for more information.
Re-join a PTT Group
If a PTT invitation (PTT Voice Style) is rejected or missed, the PTT group can be dialed from
the Call list or Missed calls, respectively. The PTT invitation is indicated by the
icon in
the list. See 9.2.1 Call List on page 46, or 9.2.2 Missed Calls on page 47.
If a PTT invitation (PTT Message Style) is rejected, the PTT group can be dialed by selecting
the message indicated by the
icon in the Messaging inbox, and then press the soft
key "Call". See figure 11 on page 48.
Call a PTT Group
Note: PTT group(s) must be defined in the PDM and Messaging Group(s) in IMS2 to be
able to use this function. See Configuration Manual, Ascom d62 DECT Handset, TD
92639GB and Installation and Operation Manual, IMS2, TD 92586GB.
When calling a PTT group, the members in the defined PTT group will receive a PTT
invitation as an incomming call (PTT Voice Style).
1
Press "Menu".
2
Select "Calls".
3
Select "PTT groups"1.
4
Select a PTT group.
5
Press "Call", or the Off-hook key.
9.2.5
Call Services
Note: These functions are system dependent. Besides the default Call services functions, it
is possible to define 10 extra system specific call services - with or without automatic
disconnection. The parameters are set up in the Portable Device Manager (PDM), see
Configuration Manual, Ascom d62 DECT Handset, TD 92639GB, and Installation and
Operational Manual, Portable Device Manager (PDM), Windows version, TD 92325GB.
Absence Handling
The reason for being absent and the return time can be specified here.
1
Select "Call services".
2
Select "Absence".
3
Select the applicable absence reason in the list. The number of absence reasons
(for example “Lunch”, “Meeting”, “Trip” etc.) are configured in the PDM.
4
Press "Select.
5
Enter time (HHMM) or date (MMDD) depending on the selected absence reason.
6
Press "OK".
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The handset sends an absence reason code1 to the system by establishing a call. The call
will automatically be disconnected after a few seconds.
Deactivate the Absence Setting
1
Enter “Call service” in the menu.
2
Select “Deactivate”.
3
Press "Select".
Divert Calls
The user can divert calls to another extension.
1
Select "Divert calls".
Divert Internal/External Calls
1
Select "Internal" or "External".
2
Select "Activate".
3
Enter number (maximum 24 digits) to divert to, or press the soft key
the phonebook.
4
Press "OK".
to open
The handset sends a diversion reason code1 to the system by establishing a call. The call
will automatically be disconnected after a few seconds.
To stop diversion select "Deactivate" and press the confirmation button or the Soft key
"OK".
Divert Calls if No Reply
1
Select "No reply".
2
Select "Activate".
3
Enter number (maximum 24 digits) to divert to, or press the soft key
the phonebook.
4
Press "OK"
to open
The handset sends a diversion reason code2 to the system by establishing a call. The call
will automatically be disconnected after a few seconds.
To stop diversion select "Deactivate" and press the confirmation button or the Soft key
"OK".
Divert Calls When Busy
1
Select "When busy".
2
Select "Activate".
3
Enter number (maximum 24 digits) to divert to, or press the soft key
the phonebook.
4
Press "OK"
to open
1.The code is defined when configuring the absence/diversion reason in the PDM/IMS2.
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The handset sends a diversion reason code1 to the system by establishing a call. The call
will automatically be disconnected after a few seconds.
To stop diversion select "Deactivate" and press the confirmation button or the Soft key
"OK".
9.3
Short Cuts
Predefined functions can be set as short cuts for the Soft keys, Hot keys, Navigation keys,
and the Multifunction button. It is for example possible to define the soft key to make a
call, as a short cut to send a message or to a menu.
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” Soft key, or the confirmation button on
the Navigation key.
2
Select
"Select".
9.3.1
in the menu, and press the confirmation button or the Soft key
Define Soft Keys
1
Select "Soft keys".
2
Select "Left", "Middle", or "Right".
3
Press "Select" to enter a name for the Soft key.
4
Press "OK".
5
Select "Function", and press "Select" to select function for the Soft key.
6
Select function from list, and press "Back".
7
Select "Value" (only for some of the functions), and press "Select". Enter a value
for example a handset number. Press "Back".
8
Select "Control question", and press "Select". It is off by default. Press "Back".
9
Press "Save".
9.3.2
Define Hot Keys
1
Select "Hot keys".
2
Select "0", "2" to "9".
3
Select "Function", and press "Select" to select function for the Soft key.
4
Select function from list, and press "Back".
5
Select "Value" (only for some of the functions), and press "Select". Enter a value
for example a handset number. Press "Back".
6
Select "Control question", and press "Select". It is off by default.
7
Press "Save"
9.3.3
Define Navigation Key
1
Select "Navigation keys".
2
Select "Up", "Down", "Left", or "Right".
3
Select "Function", and press "Select" to select function for the Soft key.
4
Select function from list, and press "Back".
5
Select "Value" (only for some of the functions), and press "Select". Enter a value
for example a handset number. Press "Back".
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Select "Control question", and press "Select". It is off by default.
7
Press "Save".
9.3.4
Define Multifunction
The Multifunction button can be defined with two different functions, a long press
activates one function, and a double press activates another function.
9.4
1
Select "Multi-function button"1.
2
Select "Long press", or "Multi press".
3
Select "Function", and press "Select" to select function.
4
Select function from list, and press "Select" and then press "Back".
5
Select "Value" (only for some of the functions), and press "Select". Enter a value
for example a handset number. Press "Back".
6
Select "Control question", and press "Select". It is off by default.
7
Press "Save".
Services
With this menu it is possible to customize your own menu with functions that are used
often. A list of predefined functions are available for example, Write new message,
Central phonebook, Call contact, etc.
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” Soft key, or the confirmation button on
the Navigation key.
2
Select
"Select".
9.4.1
in the menu, and press the confirmation button or the Soft key
Add Services
1
Select "Add new".
2
Enter a name of the service in the field, and then press "OK"
3
Mark a function by using the
4
Press "Select", or the confirmation button.
5
If necessary, enter values in the fields (only applicable for some of the functions)
6
Press "Back".
9.4.2
on the navigation key.
Edit Services
1
Mark a service by using the
2
Press "More"
3
Select "Edit".
4
Edit the service parameters.
5
Press "Back"
9.4.3
and
and
on the navigation key.
and
on the navigation key.
Delete Services
1
Mark a service by using the
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Press "More".
3
Mark "Delete" by using
4
Press "Select".
5
Press "Yes" to delete the service.
on the navigation key.
Messaging
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” Soft key, or the confirmation button on
the Navigation key.
2
Select
"Select".
9.5.1
in the menu, and press the confirmation button or the Soft key
Inbox
1
Select "Inbox" to view the message list.
2
Select a message by using the
and
on the navigation key.
Reply to Sender
1
Select "View".
2
Select "Reply".
3
Enter text.
4
Select "Send".
Delete Message
1
Select "More".
2
Select "Delete".
3
Select "Yes" to delete the message.
Forward Message
1
Select "More".
2
Select "Forward".
3
Enter additional text if needed.
4
Select "Send"
5
Enter number.
6
Select "Send" to forward the message.
Call Sender
1
Select "View".
2
Select "More".
3
Select "Call Sender".
Call number in text
1
Select "View".
2
Select "More".
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1
Select "View".
2
Select "More".
3
Select "Save number".
4
Select "Work Number"/"Mobile number"/"Other number".
5
Press "Add".
6
Enter name for the contact.
7
Press "OK".
8
Press "Save". The number will be saved in the contact list.
9.5.2
Write New Messages
1
Select "Write new message".
2
Enter text, and press "Send". See also 7 Messaging on page 33.
It is possible to save the message and send it later by pressing the soft key "Back"
and select "Yes". The message will be stored under Unsent messages. See 9.5.3
Unsent Messages.
3
Enter number, or press middle soft key to get number from contact list.
4
Press "Send".
9.5.3
Unsent Messages
1
Select "Unsent" to view the list.
2
Select message to edit/send.
3
Select "Edit", edit text and/or just select "Send".
Delete/Delete All
1
Select "More".
2
Select "Delete" or "Delete all".
3
Select "Yes" if the unsent message shall be deleted.
9.5.4
Sent Messages
1
Select "Sent" to view the list.
2
Select "View".
Forward message
1
Enter additional text if needed.
2
Enter number.
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Select "Send".
Delete Message
1
Select "Delete".
2
Select "Yes" to delete the message.
Delete/Delete All
1
Select "More".
2
Select "Delete" or "Delete all".
3
Select "Yes" if the unsent message shall be deleted.
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Profiles
It is possible to set up an own profile for incoming calls, message alerts, vibrating alerts,
key sound etc. This can be useful when there are many users on the same handset, and
they want different sound profiles. It can also be used for temporarily settings, for example
while in a meeting incoming calls should be silent. It is easy to switch between the
different profiles.
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” Soft key, or the confirmation button on
the Navigation key.
2
Select
in the menu.
Add new Profile
1
Press Soft key "Add new".
2
Enter name of the profile and select "Save".
3
Select profile from list and change profile as wanted.
Delete Profile
1
Select profile from list.
2
Press Soft key "More".
3
Select "Delete" from menu.
4
Press Soft key "Delete".
5
Press Soft key "Yes" to confirm.
Edit Profile
9.7
1
Select profile from list.
2
Press Soft key "More".
3
Select "Edit" from menu.
4
Select what to edit and press Soft key "Edit".
5
Make changes and press Soft key "Save" to confirm.
Contacts
The handset has a local phonebook with 250 entries, where names and numbers freely
can be added, deleted, and edited by the user. The phonebook lists all names in
alphabetical order, where three numbers can be added for each contact; work number,
mobile number, and other number.
In addition, a company phonebook with up to 1000 entries can be downloaded to the
handset via the PDM/IMS2, see 11.1 Software Upgrade and Additional Features on page
64. The company phonebook name and numbers can not be edited or deleted by the user.
The phonebook lists all names in alphabetical order. The local and company phonebook
appears in the same list but the company names are indicated by a “Locked entry”
icon
in front of the name. The contact will only include work number. See 6.3.7 Dial a
Number from the Company Phonebook on page 28 for more information.
It is also possible to access a central phonebook1, see 6.3.6 Dial a Name from the Central
Phonebook on page 28. The user then sends a request to a messaging server with the first
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characters entered, and the messaging server will return a list of names and numbers that
matches the search.
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” Soft key, or the confirmation button on
the Navigation key.
2
Select
9.7.1
in the menu, see 4.2 Contacts on page 19.
Call Contact
1
Select "Call contact".
2
Select contact from the list, or enter name or number in the search field.
3
Press the Soft key "Call".
It is also possible to edit the contact and to send a message by selecting "View" >
"More".
9.7.2
Add Contact
1
Select "Add contact".
Add New Contact
1
Select "New".
2
Select "Add", and enter the name of the contact.
3
Press "OK".
4
Select "Work Number"/"Mobile number"/"Other number".
5
Press "Add".
6
Enter handset numbers.
7
Press "OK".
8
Press "Save" and then "Back".
Different ring signals can be set to distinguish this contact from another contact.
Add from Call List
1
Select "From call list".
2
Select number.
3
Press "Add".
4
Select number type.
5
Press "Select".
6
Press "Add", and enter name for the contact.
7
Press "OK".
8
Press "Save".
9.7.3
Edit Contact
1
Select "Edit contact".
2
Select contact, and press "Edit" twice.
3
Enter new name/number, and press "OK".
4
Press "Save".
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Delete Contact
1
Select "Delete contact".
2
Select contact, and press "Delete".
3
Press "Yes" to confirm.
9.7.5
Central Phonebook
In the Central Phonebook it is possible to search by name or number. The last search result
can be displayed.
When the search result is ready it is possible to view contact information, add the number
to new contact, and to send a message by selecting the Soft key "More". You can also call
the number by selecting the Soft key "Call".
1
Select "Central phonebook".
Search by Name
1
Select Search by name.
2
Enter First name and/or Last name.
3
Select "Search". The search result will be displayed.
Search by Number
1
Select "Search by number".
2
Enter handset number, select "Search". The search result is displayed.
View Last Search Result
1
9.8
Select "Last result". Only the last result will be displayed.
Settings
1
Enter the menu by pressing the “Menu” Soft key, or the confirmation button on
the Navigation key.
2
Select
9.8.1
in the menu, see 4.8 Settings on page 23.
Sound and Alert Settings
Adjust the Ringer Volume
1
Select "Sound & Alerts.
2
Select “Volume”.
3
Step with to increase the volume and with
the setting.
to decrease it. Press Back to save
Set different Ring Signals for Internal Call, External Call and Call Back
1
Select “Sound & Alerts”.
2
Select “Ring signals”.
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Select "Internal call", "External call", or "Callback". The handset has 14 different
ring signals.
4
Select sound. By pressing "Play" it is possible to listen to the different sounds.
5
Press "Back".
Set different Message Alerts for Mail
1
Select “Message alert”. Different message alerts can be selected. The handset has 8
different message alerts (default), see 4.8 Settings on page 23.
2
Select message alert from list. By pressing "Play" it is possible to listen to the
different sounds.
3
Press "Back".
Turn the Vibrator on/off
1
Select “Vibrator alert”. Choose between “On”, “On if silent” (i.e. the vibrator is on
when the handset is muted), or “Off”.
2
Select vibrating alert.
3
Press "Back".
Set the Key Sound
This means that every time a key is used, the handset gives a small sound.
1
Select “Key sound”. Choose between “Silent, “Click”, or “Tone”.
2
Select key sound.
3
Press "Back".
It is possible to listen to the key sound by pressing the soft key "Play".
9.8.2
Phone Lock settings
Activate the Automatic Key lock
1
Select “Locks”.
2
Select "Automatic key lock".
3
Select "On" for activation of automatic key lock.
Note: It is possible to answer/close an incoming call and/or press the alarm button while
the keypad is locked. If configured in the PDM/IMS2, it is also possible to call an
emergency call while the keypad is locked. See Configuration Manual, Ascom d62 DECT
Handset, TD 92639GB.
Activate the Phone Lock
The handset can be protected for unauthorized use. If this function is activated a PIN code
has to be entered at power on, or when the handset is placed in a charger - this behaviour
will first be activated when the handset is placed in the charger. The default phone lock
code (0000) can be changed to any 4 -8 digit personalized code.
Note: If configured in the PDM/IMS2, it is possible to call an emergency call while the
handset is locked. See Configuration Manual, Ascom d62 DECT Handset, TD 92639GB.
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Select “Locks”.
2
Select “Auto phone lock”.
3
Select “On”, or "On in charger".
4
Enter PIN code
5
Press "OK".
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Deactivate the Phone Lock
1
Select “Locks”.
2
Select “Auto phone lock”.
3
Select “Off”.
4
Enter PIN code
5
Press "OK".
Change PIN Code
1
Select "Change PIN code".
2
Enter the old PIN code.
3
Press "OK".
4
Enter new PIN code twice.
5
Press "Save".
9.8.3
Display Settings
Screen Saver
1
Select “Display”.
2
Select “Screen saver”.
3
Select “Information”, or “Black”. Time and status information will be displayed
when "Information" is selected, and the display will turn off when the handset is
not used.
4
Press "Back".
Brightness
1
Select “Display”.
2
Select “Brightness”.
3
Select “Normal” or “Power save”.
4
Press "Back".
Contrast
1
Select “Display”.
2
Select “Contrast”.
3
Increase/decrease the contrast by pressing
4
Press "OK".
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Time & Date Settings
Set Time Format
1
Select "Time & Date" and press "Select".
2
Select Time format. The actual time format will be displayed. Selectable time
format:
• 12:00 (AM/PM)
• 24:00
3
Press "Select" to save the setting.
Set Date Format
1
Select “Time & Date” and press "Select".
2
Select “Date format”, press "Select". Selectable date format:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
DD/MM/YYYY, for example, 17/09/2009 (also called Europe)
MM/DD/YYYY, for example, 9/17/2009 (also called US)
YYYY-MM-DD, for example, 2009-09-17 (ISO 8601)
MMM DD YYYY, for example, Sep 17 2009
DD MMM YY, for example, 17 Sep 09
DD.MM.YYYY, for example, 17.09.2009
DD-MM-YYYY, for example, 17-09-2009
3
9.8.5
Press "Select" to save the setting.
Answering
The default setting for the handset is to use the Off-hook key when answering a call. The
answering behaviour can be configured to answer the call automatically, i.e. without
pressing a key, or/and in loudspeaking mode. It is also possible to set the answering
behaviour to any key. If "Any key" is selected, any keys except the On-hook key and the
Sound off key can be used to answer a call
1
Enter
in the menu, see 4.8 Settings on page 23.
2
Select “Answering”.
Answering Key
The answering key is by default set to Hook-off.
1
Select "Answering key"
2
Select "Hook-off" or "Any key".
Press "Back" to save the setting.
Answering Behaviour
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Select "Automatically" and/or "Loudspeaking".
3
Press "Change" to change the setting. The check box will be marked.
4
Press "Back" to save the setting.To remove the setting, press "Change". The check
box will be unmarked.
9.8.6
Change Text size for Messages
1
Select "Messages".
2
Select "Text size Normal". The default text size is "Normal".
3
Select "Normal" or "Large".
9.8.7
Change the Menu Language
1
Select “Language”. Choose between; Brazilian Português (Brazilian Portuguese),
(Czech), Dansk (Danish), Deutsch (German), English, Español (Spanish), Français
(French), (Greek), (Hungarian), Italiano (Italian), Nederlands (Dutch), Norska
(Norwegian), (Polish), (Russian), (Slovakian), Soumi (Finish), Svenska (Swedish), and
(Turkish).
2
Press "Back".
Note: The languages mentioned above are the default languages, but it is also possible to
download an additional language to the handset, see 11.1 Software Upgrade and
Additional Features on page 64.
9.8.8
Change Owner ID
The Owner ID is set to identify the handset.
1
Select "Owner ID".
2
Enter identity.
3
Press "Save".
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Advanced Functions
10.1 Admin Menu
The handset has a hidden menu for system administrators. See Configuration Manual,
Ascom d62 DECT Handset, TD 92639GB.
The Admin menu contains:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Software and hardware information, licence information, IPEI/IPDI, and User ID
DECT link and system information
DECT location information1
Centralized Management status
Site survey tool
License upgrading menu
Fault logging
Enhanced system menu with ability to alter protection
Factory reset option
For quick access to the Device Information (DI) menu in idle mode, press the keys
containing *#DI# (that is *#34# ). For quick access to the IPEI/IPDI, press *#06# in idle
mode. See the table below.
Information
Code
Software version
*#34#
Hardware version
*#34#
License information
*#34#
IPEI/IPDI
*#34# or *#06#
User ID
*#34#
10.2 Clear Lists in Charger
Via PDM/IMS2 it is possible to set a parameter that will clear messaging lists and call lists
that has been stored in the handset. When the parameter is activated and the function
has been downloaded to the handset, the lists will be deleted when placed in a charger.
This can be useful during administration of handsets for new users. See also Configuration
Manual, Ascom d62 DECT Handset, TD 92639GB.
1.This is a licence dependent feature and is applicable for d62 Messenger and d62 Protector only.
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System Handling
11.1 Software Upgrade and Additional Features
Software and parameters in the handset d62 can be upgraded by using the PDM or the
IMS2. See Installation and Operation Manual, Portable Device Manager (PDM) Windows
Version, TD92325GB, or Installation and Operation Manual IMS2, TD 92586GB.
Examples of additional features that can be downloaded/configured via PDM/IMS2:
•
•
•
•
Company phonebook
Downloadable languages
Customizing the Menu Tree
Licenses1
Refer to the Configuration Manual, Ascom d62 DECT Handset, TD 92639GB for more
information.
To view the handset’s software version, enter *#34# in idle mode.
1.The license(s) can also be added via the Admin menu in the handset.
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Troubleshooting
This section contains information on how to solve common operational problems, and
warnings you may receive.
Go through the following lists if you encounter any problems. If this checklist does not
solve the problem, contact your system administrator.
If others have similar problems, there may be a system error.
Operational Problems
Fault
Probable cause
Action or comment
No display
The battery level is low or the
handset is defective.
Charge the battery or contact
system administrator.
No ringing
The sound off icon is on, or ringer Long press the Sound off key,
volume set to silent, or the
or increase volume, or contact
handset is defective.
system administrator.
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Error or Warning Messages
Display shows
Probable cause
Action or comment
No access
The network is in range, but no
access rights.
Switch handset off and then
switch it on again or contact
system administrator.
The handset is out of coverage or
No System. The
handset beeps once a handset is defective.
minute (during max 30
minutes) with a low
tone followed by a
high tone (if enabled,
the vibrator also
follows the beeps).
Stop the beep with the Sound
off key and go into range.
Note: When re-entering the
coverage area it can take a
couple of minutes before the
handset automatically has
registered into the system.
or
contact system administrator.
The handset is defective.
Select the reset option on the
middle soft key and upgrade
the handset’s software to
version 3.0.0 or greater. If this
is not available or the problem
persists send the handset for
service.
Easy replacement procedure not
followed correctly or failure
during easy replacement
procedure.
Send the handset for service.
Enter PIN code
The handset’s lock is activated.
Enter the required PIN code. If
PIN code lost enter new via
PDM or do a factory reset via
PDM.
Battery low, charge
now
The battery level is low.
Charge or replace the battery.
Phonebook is not
available at the
moment.
The phonebook does not
respond, not available at the
moment.
Try again later or if fault
persists do a factory reset via
admin menu or PDM.
SERVICE NEEDED
Parameters corrupt
Note: This display
message is only shown
in English.
SERVICE NEEDED
Invalid IPDI
Note: This display
message is only shown
in English.
Voice mail number not There is no Voice mail number
defined
defined in the handset.
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The parameter "Encryption
Required" is enabled in the
handset in combination with;
1) Unencrypted base station(s);
and/or,
1) Disable the "Encryption
Required" parameter in
handset; and/or,
2) Enable the encryption in the
base station(s); and/or,
2) Unsupported base station(s).
Note: If Ascom’s base
station(s) is used, the software
version must be 3.1.x or
greater.
3) Use supported base
station(s). Ask your supplier.
Not allowed
1) The handset with the shared
phone functionality enabled
cannot be logged in due to
another handset using the
extension (that is, User).
1) Logout the handset using
the extension.
2) Make sure that you entered
correct extension. If needed,
contact the system
2) The extension (User) does not administrator.
exists.
3) Make sure that you have
entered correct password. Ask
3) The password is not correct.
the system administrator if you
have forgot the password.
LED Error Indications
See also chapter LED Indications during Easy Replacement on page 72.
LED is flashing red, quick flash, (100 ms on, 800 ms off)
1) If a third handset, that is another handset than the "old" (the replaced handset) and
"new" (the replacement heandset) handset, is inserted into the charger during Easy
Replacement, this error indication appears. Change to the correct handset.
2) The charger has found that Easy Replacement does not work. Change back to the
"new" handset.
LED is flashing red, long flash (800 ms on, 100 ms off)
Error during Easy Replacement. Both telephones need to be sent for service.
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Operation Notice
13.1 Accessibility and Voice Quality
The base network is not always available. If you do not get in contact with your system,
contact your system administrator. For best voice quality, avoid positioning near computer,
radio or similar equipment.
Operating Area
You can only use the handset in the area that is covered by your system. Outside this area
you will loose contact with the system. The signal strength icon will be low and
“Searching” will be displayed.
Out of Range
When you leave the system's coverage area a short beep will sound and the text
“Searching” will appear in the display.
The out of range beep will be repeated every minute for 30 minutes. It is possible to turn
the sound off by long pressing
, or
.
When re-entering the coverage area it can take a couple of minutes before the handset
automatically has registered into the system.
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Maintenance
14.1 Maintenance of Batteries
14.1.1 Battery Warnings
The "Low battery" icon is displayed when the battery has 10% or less
remaining capacity left. In addition; a warning signal sounds every
minute, the LED flashing orange, and the dialog window "Battery low.
Charge now." appears.
The "Empty battery" icon is flashing when the battery has 5% or less
remaining capacity left. In addition; a warning signal sounds every
second, the LED flashing red, and the dialog window "Battery empty.
Shutting down." appears.
During a call, only the corresponding battery warning signal will notify the user. The
warning signal cannot be silenced during a call. When not in call, the warning signal can
be silenced by pressing
or
.
14.1.2 Charge the Battery
Place the handset in the desktop charger or in the rack charger. The battery is being
charged when the LED on the handset is steady orange. When the battery is fully charged
the LED will be green.
An animated battery icon
is also shown in the display indicating charging by starting
with its current charge and ending with the full charge. A filled battery icon
indicates
a fully charged battery.
Note: Only use the prescribed chargers for charging.
14.1.3 Charge Spare Batteries
Spear batteries can be charged with a separate battery pack charger. It can charge six
batteries at the same time.
14.1.4 Replace the Battery
If the standby time for the handset becomes too low, the battery should be replaced by a
new one. Please contact your system administrator or your supplier, for information about
new batteries. Attach the battery as described in the illustration below. The battery is easy
to replace. It is attached inside the battery lid and is connected to the handset in such a
way that no miss-contact is possible.
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Figure 12. Easy replaceable battery, unlock the lid and remove the battery.
14.2 Easy Replacement of Handset
Easy replacement can be used if a handset needs to be replaced due to, for example, a
broken display. The easy replacement procedure is done via the handset display and the
DC4 Advanced Desktop Charger, or the CR3 Rack Charger.
The following settings are replaced during easy replacement:
•
•
•
•
DECT registration
User parameters (including User ID)
Contacts
The extension number is assigned to the new handset.
The following settings are not replaced during the easy replacement:
•
•
•
•
Call list
Messages
Bluetooth pairing list
License(s)1
14.2.1 Before Starting Easy Replacement Procedure
1
Check that both the old handset (that is, the handset to be replaced) and the new
handset (that is, the replacement handset) are of the same device type (d62).
Note: It is possible to perform Easy Replacement between different product licenses (that
is; Talker, Messenger, and Protector). The new handset’s procuct license is not replaced by
the old handset’s product license during the procedure1.
2
Check that the software of d62 is of version 2.8.19 or greater, by entering *#34# in
idle mode.
3
Check that the software of CR3 Rack Charger and/or DC4 Advanced Desktop
Charger, is of version 1.3.x or greater, by using the PDM. For more information on
how to use the PDM, see Installation and Operational Manual, Portable Device
Manager (PDM), Windows version, TD 92325GB.
4
Make sure that the handset batteries are charged before starting the easy
replacement procedure.
5
Switch off the new handset by long pressing
.
1. A handset’s product license, for example d62 Messenger, and/or license dependent functions can be moved to
another handset using PDM/IMS2.
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14.2.2 Easy Replacement Procedure
During the Easy Replacement procedure, the LEDs of the handset and the charger follow
the same LED indications. This means that if the old handset has a broken display, the LED
indications on the charger and on the handset can be used to follow the replacement
procedure. Before and after easy replacement, the LEDs may have different LED
indications. For more details, see LED Indications during Easy Replacement on page 72.
IMPORTANT: Never remove a handset from the charger until the instructions in the
display or the LED tells you to do so (see status on the LED if the display is
broken). If there is an error indication it may be allowed to remove the
handset, see 12 Troubleshooting on page 65 for further instructions.
After the old handset has been in the charger, the new handset needs to
be placed in the charger regardless if the replacement was successful or
not. Failing to do so may result in malfunction and the new handset will
need to be sent for service.
New
New
Old
New
1
2
3
4, 8
7
5
6
Figure 13. Easy Replacement via DC4 Advanced Desktop Charger.
1
On the new handset, press and hold
Note: Do not release
until you are instructed to do so.
2
Put the new handset in the charger.
3
When the text "Start phone replacement?" is displayed, release
.
Press "Yes" (left soft key).
The text "Follow the instructions. Each step can take several minutes." appears in
the display. Press "OK"(left soft key).
4, 5
When the text "Please insert old phone in charger" is displayed, replace the new
handset with the old handset. The handset can either be switched on or off.
Note: If the CR3 Rack Charger is used, the same charging slot has to be used for
both handsets.
The handset will be restarted and after a few seconds, the text "Saving settings. Do
not remove phone from charger" appears. The charger LED changes to slow
orange flashing.
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IMPORTANT: Do not remove the handset while the text "Saving settings. Do not remove
phone from charger" is displayed. It may take several minutes.
6, 7
When the text "Please insert new phone in charger" is displayed, replace the old
handset with the new handset. The text "Restoring settings" is displayed.
IMPORTANT: Do not remove the handset while the text "Restoring settings" is
displayed.
8
When the text "Phone successfully replaced. Please remove phone to restart."
appears inthe display, remove the handset from the charger. The handset is
automatically restarted.
LED Indications during Easy Replacement
The following table shows the LED indications that are used for the d62 and the charger
during the easy replacement procedure.
LED indication
Description
Orange, flashing (1 000 ms on, 1 000
ms off)
File transfer during Easy Replacement.
Orange, flashing (100 ms on, 800 ms
off)
“Change phone” indication during Easy
Replacement.
Red, flashing (100 ms on, 800 ms off) Error indication during Easy Replacement. Put
back old handset in charger.
Red, flashing (900 ms on, 100 ms off) Error during Easy Replacement. Service needed
for both handsets.
See also 12 Troubleshooting on page 65.
14.3 Attach the Hinge-type Clip
Attach the hinge-type belt clip as described in the illustration below.
Figure 14. Screw the hinge-type clip into position.
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14.4 Attach the Swivel-type Clip
Attach the swivel-type belt clip as described in the illustration below.
Figure 2.
Figure 15. Screw the swivel-type clip into position.
14.5 Attach Cover for No Clip
Attach the enclosed cover as described in the illustration below when no clip is to be used.
Figure 16. Screw the cover into position.
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Related Documents
Configuration Manual, Ascom d62 DECT Handset
TD 92639GB
Installation and Operation Manual IMS2
TD 92586GB
Installation and Operational Manual Portable Device Manager
(PDM), Windows version
TD 92325GB
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Document History
For details in the latest version, see change bars in the document.
Version
Date
A
2009-02-02 First released version
B
2009-03-18 WSM replaced with IMS2
C
2009-12-08 Chapter 9.2.4 Push to Talk on page 47 added.
Chapter Contrast on page 60 added.
Chapter 4.8 Settings on page 23 updated.
See change bars in the document for more information.
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Appendix A: Bluetooth Headset
A.1
Introduction
Bluetooth technology replaces the cord between the handset and the headset. This allows
the user to move more freely and eliminates the risk of a headset cord getting stuck.
Bluetooth is optional to the handset to be able to use a Bluetooth headset. The Bluetooth
is factory mounted on the handset’s circuit board.
Bluetooth supported functions:
•
•
•
•
Pair the handset with it’s headset
Choose which device to use when making a call
Play ring signal in the Bluetooth Headset
Answer and connect sound to the Bluetooth Headset when answering with the
headset’s button.
• End call with the Bluetooth headset’s button
• Transfer audio to/from Bluetooth headset during call, using the menu in the handset.
• Increase/decrease the volume in the Bluetooth headset with the volume buttons on the
handset.
A.2
Icon
See 3.3 Icons and Text in the Display on page 9.
A.3
Wear
For optimal performance wear the Bluetooth headset and the handset on the same side of
your body. The best audio quality in the headset is achieved when no obstructions,
including your body, are between the headset and the handset.
008
Figure 3.
Figure 17. Wear the headset and the handset on the same side of your body.
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A number of Bluetooth headsets for different work situations have been tested together
with the handset. Refer to the Ascom Wireless Extranet Website for a list of verified
Bluetooth headsets.
Since the Bluetooth supports the Bluetooth 2.0 standard, other headsets may also work
although not verified by Ascom.
Note: Your Bluetooth headset may have more or less functions than described here, refer
to the Manual for the Bluetooth headset.
A.5
Operation
Step between the menus with the navigation key
pressing the Soft key "Select".
A.5.1
Enable Bluetooth
To enable the Bluetooth function enter
select “Enable”.
A.5.2
. Confirm each menu selection by
in the handset menu, select Bluetooth and
Pair and Connect a Bluetooth Headset
Before a headset can be used a connection (pairing) between the headset and the handset
must be established.
1
Place the Bluetooth headset and the handset next to each other.
2
On the handset enter
new”.
3
Put the headset in pairing mode1 and press the soft key "OK". The handset starts
to search for the headset.
4
The headset is displayed in the handset menu “Headset found”. Press the Softkey
"Select" on the handset to select the headset. The pairing starts.
5
A PIN-code is requested for the Bluetooth headset. Enter the PIN-code1 and press
"Select" on the handset. “Pairing successful” is displayed.
6
The paired headset is displayed in the handset menu “Headset”. When pairing a
new headset it is automatically connected and will be used for calls.
A.5.3
in the menu, select “Bluetooth” > “Headset”, > “Add
Add another Bluetooth Headset
Up to four headsets can be paired to the handset, but only one at a time can be selected.
To pair another headset repeat section “Pair and Connect a headset” steps 1-6.
The paired headsets are displayed by a default name in the handset menu “Headset”. See
A.5.6 Change the name of Bluetooth headset
A.5.4
Select a Bluetooth Headset
To activate a Bluetooth headset, enter
in the handset menu, select “Bluetooth” >
“Headset”. Step with the navigation key, or to the headset to be selected and press
the soft key "Select", "Connection successful" is displayed. The headset is now selected.
1.For instruction, see headset manual.
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When a new headset has been selected any previous headset will automatically become
disconnected.
A.5.5
Remove a Headset
To remove a Bluetooth Headset enter
in the handset menu, select "Bluetooth" >
"Headset". Step with the navigation key, or to the headset to be removed and press
the soft key "More". Select "Delete". Confirm with the soft key "Yes".
A.5.6
Change the name of Bluetooth headset
The name, in the headset list, of the headset is the default name for the headset.
To change the name enter
in the menu, select “Bluetooth” > “Headset”. Step with
the navigation key, or , select the headset. Select "More" > “Edit name”. See 3.5
Alphanumeric Keys on page 16.
A.6
Calling
A.6.1
Make a Call
Dial the number on the handset and press the soft key "Call", or the Off-hook key. When
“Transfer call to phone?” is displayed press "No" or ignore the message to use the
Bluetooth Headset. Press "Yes" to use the handset.
A.6.2
Answer a Call
A ring signal sounds in both the selected Bluetooth headset and the handset to signal an
incoming call.
To answer the call in the Bluetooth headset, press the button1 on the headset.
To answer the call in the handset press the Off-hook key on the handset.
A.6.3
End a Call
To end the call press the button1 on the headset or the On-hook key on the handset.
A.7
Volume/Mute Control
A.7.1
Adjust the Volume During a Call
Depending on the Bluetooth headset it might be possible to adjust the volume on the
headset*. On the handset press the upper Volume button on the upper left side to
increase the volume and the lower Volume button to decrease the volume in the headset.
A.7.2
Turn the Microphone On/Off During a Call
Mute the headset and the handset with the Sound off key on the handset. See 6.4.3 Turn
the Microphone on/off during a Call on page 29.
1. For instruction, see headset manual.
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Messaging
When a text message is received a beep sounds in the Bluetooth headset.
A.9
Transfer a call
A.9.1
Transfer a Call to the handset
To transfer a call to the handset from the Bluetooth headset, press the soft key "More" on
the handset during the call, and select “Audio transfer”.
A.9.2
Transfer a Call to the Bluetooth Headset
To transfer the call to the Bluetooth headset, press the soft key "More" on the handset
during the call, and select “Audio transfer”.
It is also possible to transfer a call to the Bluetooth headset by pressing the button1 on the
Bluetooth headset.
A.10 Switch to a Headset with Cord
If a headset with a cord is connected during a call, the call is transferred to this headset
automatically.
A.11 Menu Tree
See 4.8 Settings on page 23.
A.12 Operation Notice
A.12.1 Accessibility and Voice quality
Bluetooth uses the frequency of 2.45 GHz. WLAN, microwave oven, and other devices
that use the same frequency can disturb the use of a Bluetooth headset.
A.12.2 Operation Area
Maximum distance between the headset and the handset is 10 metres. The
communication distance between the handset and headset may vary considerably due to
the environment and disturbances from other 2.45 GHz equipment. Different headsets
can also give different communication distances.
A.12.3 Out of Range
If a connection cannot be made with the selected Bluetooth headset the call is transferred
automatically to the handset.
If the Bluetooth headset and the handset get out of range from each other the connection
is temporarily lost. Since the last connected headset is always considered "selected", the
connection is automatically established again when a call is made or received.
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A.13 Environmental Requirements
A.13.1 Bluetooth Headset Battery
See the manual for the Bluetooth headset.
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A.14 Troubleshooting
Problem
Reason
Solution
No headset found
Headset is turned off
Turn on headset1
Headset is out of battery Charge headset1
Pairing fails
Headset is out of range
Move headset closer to handset
< 10 metre.
Headset is not in pairing
mode
Turn headset into pairing mode1
Headset is not in pairing
mode
Turn headset into pairing/
discoverable mode1
Incorrect PIN entered
Try again and enter correct PIN1
Connecting fails/Failed to Headset is not turned on Turn on headset1
connect headset
Headset is out of range
Move headset closer to handset
Link key in headset has
been deleted
Repeat pairing procedure1
Headset is already
connected to another
handset
Disconnect headset from the other
handset
Too close to disturbing
devices.
Disturbing devices can be WLAN
equipment, microwave etc.
Headset can not connect Handset is not turned on Turn on handset1
to handset (see headset
manual for details on
how to connect)
Handset is out of range
Move handset closer to headset
Bluetooth module is
disabled
Enable Bluetooth in Bluetooth
menu
Another headset is
Disconnect the connected headset
already connected to the
handset
Link key is missing in
either headset or
handset.
Repeat pairing procedure1
Too close to disturbing
devices.
Disturbing devices can be WLAN
equipment, microwave etc.
1. Refer to the Manual for the Bluetooth headset
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Appendix B: Bluetooth Barcode Reader
B.1
Introduction
If the handset’s hardware supports Bluetooth (a icon
battery lid), a Bluetooth barcode reader can be used.
is printed on the label under the
Note: The Bluetooth barcode reader requires that the license dependent Bluetooth Data
Profile feature is enabled. See Configuration Manual, Ascom d62 DECT Handset,
92639GB.
Bluetooth supported functions:
• Pair the handset with it’s Bluetooth barcode reader
• Choose which device to use when scanning barcodes
• Scan barcode(s) and send the information to a handset/system
B.2
Icon
See 3.3 Icons and Text in the Display on page 9.
B.3
Bluetooth Barcode Readers
A number of Bluetooth barcode readers for different work situations have been tested
together with the handset. Refer to the Ascom Wireless Extranet Website for a list of
verified Bluetooth barcode readers.
Since the Bluetooth supports the Bluetooth 2.0 standard, other Bluetooth barcode reader
may also work although not verified by Ascom.
Note: Your Bluetooth barcode reader may have more or less functions than described
here, refer to the Manual for the Bluetooth barcode reader.
B.4
Operation
Step between the menus with the navigation key
pressing the Soft key "Select".
B.4.1
Enable Bluetooth
To enable the Bluetooth function enter
select “Enable”.
B.4.2
. Confirm each menu selection by
in the handset menu, select Bluetooth and
Pair and Connect a Bluetooth Barcode Reader
Before a Bluetooth barcode reader can be used, a connection (pairing) between the
Bluetooth barcode reader and the handset must be established.
1
Place the Bluetooth barcode reader and the handset next to each other.
2
On the handset, enter
“Add new”.
3
Put the Bluetooth barcode reader in pairing mode1 and press the soft key "OK".
The handset starts to search for the Bluetooth barcode reader.
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The Bluetooth barcode reader is displayed in the handset menu “Barcode reader
found”. Press the Softkey "Select" on the handset to select the Bluetooth barcode
reader. The pairing starts.
5
A PIN-code is requested for the Bluetooth barcode reader. Enter the PIN-code1 and
press "Select" on the handset. “Pairing successful” is displayed.
6
The paired Bluetooth barcode reader is displayed in the handset menu “Barcode
reader”.
B.4.3
Add another Bluetooth Barcode Readers
Up to four Bluetooth barcode readers can be paired to the handset, but only one at a time
can be selected.
Note: Maximum four Bluetooth devices (headset/barcode reader) can be paired
simultaneously.
To pair another Bluetooth barcode reader, repeat section B.4.2 Pair and Connect a
Bluetooth Barcode Reader on page 82.
The paired Bluetooth barcode readers are displayed by a default name in the handset
menu “Barcode reader ”. See B.4.6 Change the name of Bluetooth Barcode Reader.
B.4.4
Select a Bluetooth Barcode Reader
To activate a Bluetooth barcode reader, enter
in the handset menu, select
“Bluetooth” > “Barcode reader”. Step with the navigation key, or to the barcode
reader to be selected and press the soft key "Select". "Connection successful" is
displayed. The barcode reader is now selected.
When a new barcode reader has been selected, any previous barcode reader will
automatically become disconnected.
B.4.5
Remove a Bluetooth Barcode Reader
To remove a Bluetooth barcode reader, enter
in the handset menu, select
"Bluetooth" > "Barcode reader". Step with the navigation key, or to the barcode
reader to be removed and press the soft key "More". Select "Delete". Confirm with the
soft key "Yes".
B.4.6
Change the name of Bluetooth Barcode Reader
In the barcode reader list, the name of the barcode reader is the default name for the
barcode reader.
To change the name, enter
in the menu, select “Bluetooth” > “Barcode reader”.
Step with the navigation key, or , select the barcode reader. Select "More" > “Edit
name”. See 3.5 Alphanumeric Keys on page 16.
1.For intruction, see the barcode reader manual.
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B.5.1
Using the Bluetooth Barcode Reader
The procedure on how to use the Bluetooth barcode reader may vary depending on which
type/model that is used. Refer to the manual for the Bluetooth barcode reader. The
following instruction can be used as a guideline.
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O
A
On/Off button ..............................................
Ongoing call .................................................
Operating Area.............................................
Out of Coverage...........................................
Antenna.......................................................... 8
P
B
Battery ...................................................... 8, 69
low battery ........................................ 11, 69
Bluetooth Headset Module............................ 76
PIN code ....................................................... 60
PTT Message Style .................................. 33, 47
PTT Voice Style ............................................. 47
Push to Talk.................................................. 47
C
R
C (Clear) button ............................................ 14
Call diversion................................................. 50
Call info .................................................. 13, 18
Call service .............................................. 13, 49
Calling
answered call ........................................... 12
call a number from the call list ................. 27
dial a number........................................... 27
missed call ............................................... 12
outgoing call............................................ 12
quick call by a name in the phonebook .... 28
Case ............................................................... 8
Centralized phonebook ................................. 56
Chemical resistance......................................... 6
Clip ................................................................. 8
Reply to a Text Message ............................... 34
Ring signal muted......................................... 11
Numerics
3rd party ....................................................... 13
D
DECT Location............................................... 41
Delete a Text Message................................... 34
14
13
68
68
S
Signal strength .............................................
Special characters .........................................
Standby mode
date ........................................................
time ........................................................
user identity ............................................
11
35
10
10
10
T
Text input mode ........................................... 16
V
verified Bluetooth headsets..................... 77, 82
W
Writing Text/Numbers
add space in text ..................................... 16
pause ...................................................... 16
upper/lower case ..................................... 16
E
Earpiece .......................................................... 8
Easy replacement .......................................... 70
Enable Bluetooth..................................... 77, 82
F
Forward a Text Message................................ 34
H
Handsfree key ................................................. 7
Headset connector .......................................... 7
I
Icons ............................................................. 11
L
LED indications.............................................. 72
Loudspeaker.................................................... 8
Loudspeaking.......................................... 11, 27
M
Menu tabs..................................................... 13
Message
new message ..................................... 11, 33
old message............................................. 11
voice message.......................................... 11
Microphone .................................................... 8
Mute button ................................................. 14
N
Navigation Key .............................................. 14
Number input mode...................................... 16
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