AEG Milano 20 User manual

AEG Milano 20 User manual
Milano 40
USER MANUAL
and Safety Precautions
Corded Telephone
with Caller ID
11/05hj V3
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Description of the Appliance .........................................................4
Menu structure .............................................................................................4
Appliance overview ......................................................................................5
Backside view of the base............................................................................6
Display and symbols ....................................................................................6
Contents of the packing................................................................................7
Specific features...........................................................................................7
Default settings (set in the factory)...............................................................7
Installation of the appliance ..........................................................8
Emergency call with locked keypad .............................................................8
Safety precautions........................................................................................9
Configuration ................................................................................10
Choice of the ringer melody .......................................................................10
Setting the ringer volume ...........................................................................10
Switching key tones ON and OFF ..............................................................10
Activating or deactivating the keypad lock .................................................11
Changing the PIN .......................................................................................11
Inputting the network provider's pre-selection number (Call by call) ..........11
Activating the prefix number.......................................................................12
Saving the access code for external calls ..................................................12
Setting the Flash time.................................................................................13
Setting the dialing mode.............................................................................13
Setting the date and the time .....................................................................14
Setting the contrast of the display ..............................................................14
Setting the language ..................................................................................15
Returning the settings to the defaults.........................................................15
Insert pause................................................................................................15
USING THE TELEPHONE ....................................................16
Answering an incoming call........................................................................16
Making a hands-free call ............................................................................16
Setting the volume for speaker phone calling ............................................16
Calling Outside ...........................................................................................17
Dialing preparation .....................................................................................17
Redial (simple) ...........................................................................................17
Redialing the last five numbers called........................................................17
Dialing a number from the phonebook .......................................................18
Dialing a number from the CID list .............................................................18
Dialing a number from the shortcut dialing keys ........................................18
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External comfort functions.......................................................... 19
Waiting call and toggling............................................................................ 19
Consultation and toggling .......................................................................... 19
Conference call with three people ............................................................. 19
Turning off the microphone (Mute) ............................................................ 20
Saving numbers in the shortcut memories ................................................ 20
Reading the call duration ........................................................................... 20
PHONEBOOK ...................................................................... 21
Generalities................................................................................................ 21
Table of characters (Standard) .................................................................. 21
Add a new phonebook entry ...................................................................... 22
Searching in the phonebook ...................................................................... 22
Editing phonebook records ........................................................................ 23
Deleting a phonebook entry....................................................................... 23
Deleting all phonebook entries .................................................................. 23
CID LIST (caller list - CLIP)................................................. 24
Generalities................................................................................................ 24
Opening the CID list................................................................................... 24
Dialing from the CID-list............................................................................. 25
Copying a number from the CID list to the phonebook .............................. 25
Copying a number from the CID list to the shortcut memories .................. 25
Deleting numbers from the CID list individually ......................................... 26
Deleting all telephone numbers from the CID list ...................................... 26
APPENDICES....................................................................... 27
Technical data ........................................................................................... 27
Troubleshooting ......................................................................................... 28
Maintenance .............................................................................................. 28
Recycling ................................................................................................... 28
INDEX .......................................................................................... 29
CE declaration of conformity...................................................................... 32
Environmental Protection........................................................................... 32
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Description of the Appliance
Menu structure
MENU
Key Lock
Key PIN-_
Key Lock-Off/On
Audio
Ring Tone
Ring Tone-1-5
Ring Loudness
Loudness-1-4/Off
Key Tone
Key Tone-Off/On
Key PIN
Key PIN-_
New PIN-_
Prefix Number
Key PIN-_
Prefix_
Prefix
Prefix-On/Off
Dial Pref*
Key PIN-_
Flash Time
Flash-80 / 100 / 270 ms
Dialing mode
Dialing Tone/Pulse
Contrast
Contrast 1-5
Language
Deutsch / English / Français / Italiano /
Nederlands / Portugues / Turkce /
Magyar / Ukrainia / Bulgaria / Czech /
Polski / Romania / Greek
Date / Time
01 / 01 - 0000:00
Reset
Sure?
PABX Setting
Setting
4
Dial Pref._
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Appliance overview
B
A
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9 10
11
12 13 14
1
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2
3
4
5
6
D
7
C
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
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15 18
19 8
LED indicating communication.
Shortcut dialing memories M1 – M3.
"R" - key.
"Mute" – key (microphone off).
Repeat key / Pause.
Volume ringer / handset / hands-free +.
Volume ringer / handset / hands-free –.
Hands-free key.
Scroll down key – back in the menu.
Phonebook.
MENU - key / "OK" key.
Scroll up key – forward in the menu.
Dialing key (dials the displayed phone number).
ESC – key to quit the menus.
Menu - key.
Delete key.
Open caller log (CID list).
Alphanumeric keypad.
LED indicating hands-free.
Hook.
Loudspeaker.
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A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
Basic appliance
Handset
Handset cable inlet at the handset
Handset cable inlet at the base
Inlet for the telephone cord
Power supply inlet
Backside view of the base
F
E
Display and symbols
1
x
M
v
i
)
B
REPT
CLIP
'
1
2
3
6
2
3
ring tone is switched off
mute (microphone switched off)
hands-free on
handset is picked up, the telephone line is engaged
no function
phonebook open
repeat = several calls from same number came in
caller list open
no function
counter for caller list and phonebook
time display in hours : minutes
date display in day / month
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Contents of the packing
• 1 base
• 1 handset
• 1 cable for the handset
• 1 telephone line cord
• 1 power supply adapter
• 1 manual
Specific features
• Display with 1 Alphanumeric DOT-matrix-line for the name and two lines with
7-segment display for number and symbols
• Hands-free
• Caller ID (CLIP) with a maximum of 30 telephone numbers in the log
• Phonebook with a maximum of 50 different telephone numbers
• Re-dialing the last 5 numbers dialed
• Display of the call duration
• Volume of the ringer selectable in 5 levels or switched off
• Table appliance
• Can be used in connection with a switchboard
• Tone or pulse dialing – Flash-time adjustable
• LED for optical call indication
• Keypad locking
• Volume of the earpiece adjustable
• Mute (microphone switched off)
• 3 memories for shortcut dialing M1-M3
• 14 menu languages
Default settings (set in the factory)
Contrast
Menu language
Date / hour
Dialing mode
Flash – time
Pause
Caller list and phonebook
Shortcut memories and repeat list
Keypad lock
Volume of the earpiece
Volume of the hands-free loudspeaker
PIN - code
Ringer melody
Ringer volume
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German (or your country’s language)
01/01/05 12:00
tone dialing
300 or 100 ms (depending on your
country’s version)
3 seconds
empty
empty
off
level 2
level 4
0000
type 1
level 4
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Installation of the appliance
1.
Plug in the small connector of the power supply (coming from the adapter)
at the backside of the base in power inlet (F). Plug in the adapter in the wall
outlet (230V~).
2.
Use the telephone line cord to realize the connection between the telephone inlet and the connection (E) at the back of the base.
3.
Connect the handset cable to the inlet (D) of the base (A) and with plug (C)
to the handset (B).
This manual is meant for your information. Its contents are no part of
the contract. All values quoted are standard values.
The described equipment and the options can be different, depending
on the requirements of your country. We reserve our right to technical
modifications.
Emergency call with locked keypad
When the keypad is locked, it is not possible to make calls without prior disabling the keypad locking. Making an emergency call (110 or 112), on the other
hand, is an exception to this rule. Emergency numbers with 4 figures at the
most will still be accessible.
When you programmed a zone prefix number of 3 digits and / or an operator
prefix number of maximum 6 digits, these numerals are put in front of the telephone number for emergencies and dialed before the telephone number.
Attention:
If you use more than 4 digits, when dialing an emergency telephone number,
the announcement "Key Lock-On" appears on the display, and after the fifth
digit, further input will be ignored.
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Congratulations
Thanks for purchasing this telephone!
In order to be able using your phone in full comfort, we advise to read this manual completely, so you will be familiar with its possibilities.
Safety precautions
Do not place the set in the proximity of heat sources and don't expose
is to direct sunrays, dust or vibrations.
Do not place the base station in a moist room, such as bathroom or
shower. The ideal temperature range is between +5° and +35° C and
the humidity between 25 % and 85 %.
Do not use the phone in environment subject to explosion hazard e.g.
auto paint booths.
Read these instructions carefully, and make sure that they accompany
the appliance, when you give it to others to use.
Dispose of the battery and phone in accordance with
environmental regulations!
Modern furniture generally has a surface finish with synthetic materials
or paintwork of different types. They need to be maintained with specific products of different make.
These products can affect the feet of your telephone! Avoid scratches
on your furniture by placing the appliance on an antiskid mat. We will
not accept any reliability for this kind of damage!
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Configuration
For changing the settings, you open the menu by pressing the "MENU" - key.
One can navigate inside the menus with the scrolling keys d and c. Confirming and saving a choice is done by pressing the "OK" - key. Leaving menus or
submenus is done with the "ESC" -key (14).
Choice of the ringer melody
MENU Press the key MENU. The display shows Key Lock.
d
Press the key d, on the screen appears Audio.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Ring Tone.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Ring Tone-1 and you hear the corresponding melody.
cd
Select the desired melody (1-5) with the scroll keys.
OK
Confirm your choice with OK. You hear a confirmation tone and your
setting is saved.
@
Press ESC twice to leave the menu.
Setting the ringer volume
MENU Press the key MENU. The display shows Key Lock.
d
Press the key d, on the screen appears Audio.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Ring Tone.
d
Press the key d, on the screen appears Ring Loudness.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Ring Loudness-4 and you hear the
chosen melody with the volume set as explained above.
cd
Select the wanted volume (1-4) with the scroll keys, or choose OFF (silence – no ring tone).
OK
Confirm your choice with OK. You hear a confirmation tone and your
setting is saved.
@
Press ESC twice to leave the menu.
Switching key tones ON and OFF
Each time you press a key, you hear a beep. If you want to, you can turn these
beeps off and back on again. The default setting is ON.
MENU Press the key MENU. The display shows Key Lock.
d
Press the key d, on the screen appears Audio.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Ring Tone.
d
Press the key d several times, until Key Tone appears on the display.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Key Tone AAN.
cd
Select ON or OFF with the scroll keys.
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OK
@
Confirm your choice with OK. You hear a confirmation tone and your
setting is saved.
Press ESC twice to leave the menu.
Activating or deactivating the keypad lock
MENU Press the key MENU. The display shows Key Lock.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Key PIN-****.
n
Input the PIN code on the keypad (default 0000, set at the factory).
OK
Confirm your choice with OK, on the screen appears Key Lock-Off.
cd
Select ON or OFF with the scroll keys.
OK
Confirm your choice with OK. You hear a confirmation tone and your
setting is saved.
@
Press ESC twice to leave the menu.
Attention:
Please also read the remark on page 10 concerning emergency calls!
Changing the PIN
MENU Press the key MENU. The display shows Key Lock.
d
Press the key d several times, until PABX Setting appears.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Key PIN.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Key PIN-****.
n
Input the PIN code on the keypad (default 0000, set at the factory). On
the screen appears New PIN-0000.
n
Input the new PIN code on the keypad, e.g. 1234.
OK
Confirm your choice with OK. You hear a confirmation tone and your
setting is saved.
@
Press ESC twice to leave the menu.
Setting network provider's pre-selection number (Call by call)
In this menu point, you have the possibility to input the pre-selection number of
a network provider, which allows cheaper calls or to input a prefix number that
you use frequently.
MENU Press the key MENU. The display shows Key Lock.
d
Press the key d several times, until PABX Setting appears.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Key PIN.
d
Press the key d several times, until Prefix number appears.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Prefix-.
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n
OK
@
Use the keypad to input the prefix number.
Confirm your choice with OK. You hear a confirmation tone and your
setting is saved.
Press ESC twice to leave the menu.
The length of the prefix number is limited to 6 digits!
Activating the prefix number
Only if you activate the prefix number (described above), this number will be dialed before every telephone number you call.
MENU Press the key MENU. The display shows Key Lock.
d
Press the key d several times, until PABX Setting appears.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Key PIN.
d
Press the key d several times, until Prefix number appears.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Prefix-Off.
cd
Select ON or OFF with the scroll keys. When you select ON, the prefix
number will always be dialed. Selecting OFF disables the dialing of the
prefix number.
OK
Confirm your choice and save it by pressing OK.
@
Press ESC twice to leave the menu.
Saving the access code for external calls
When used with a PABX, it is sometimes required that an access code for external calls is entered (mostly 0 or 9), sometimes followed by a pause. When it
is activated, this access code will be dialed automatically by your telephone,
each time you make an external call from the caller list. The length of this access code is limited to 3 digits.
MENU
d
OK
d
OK
n
OK
@
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Press the key MENU. The display shows Key Lock.
Press the key d several times, until PABX Setting appears.
Press OK, on the screen appears Key PIN.
Press the key d several times, until Dial pref appears on the display.
Press OK, on the screen appears Dial pref.-.
Use the keypad for entering the access code for external calls. You can
find this access code in the documentation of your PABX.
Confirm your choice and save it by pressing OK.
Press ESC twice to leave the menu.
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Setting the Flash time
The flash key "R" can be set with three different flash-times (80 / 100 / 270 ms).
The flash-time to be used depends on the installation, on which your unit is
connected
• connected to the public telephone network with comfort functions;
• connected to a PABX with similar functions.
The comfort functions:
waiting call
toggling
consultation
second call
conference call with three
must be ordered and paid for with your local telephone network operator. Your
provider will also be able to tell you, which flash-time has to be used on his installation (the flash-time to be set is usually 270 ms).
When the appliance is connected to a personal PABX, its supplier or the delivered manual can inform you about the flash-time to be set (the flash-time to be
set is usually 100 or 80 ms). The following description does not necessarily correspond to the description in the manual of your PABX.
MENU Press the key MENU. The display shows Key Lock.
d
Press the key d several times, until PABX Setting appears.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Key PIN.
d
Press the key d several times, until Flash Time appears on the display.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Flash-270ms.
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Select the wanted flash-time with the scroll keys.
OK
Confirm your choice and save it by pressing OK.
@
Press ESC twice to leave the menu.
Setting the dialing mode
Two dialing modes are available:
• MFV (tone):
the actual standard (DTMF mode)
• IWV (pulses):
only necessary for older installations
Proceed as follows for setting the correct dialing mode:
MENU Press the key MENU. The display shows Key Lock.
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d
Press the key d several times, until PABX Setting appears.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Key PIN.
d
Press the key d several times, until Dialing mode appears.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Dialing-Tone.
cd
Select your dialing mode between Dialing-Tone and Dialing-Pulse.
OK
Confirm your choice and save it by pressing OK.
@
Press ESC twice to leave the menu.
Setting the date and the time
MENU Press the key MENU. The display shows Key Lock.
d
Press the key d several times, until Setting appears on the display.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Contrast.
d
Press the key d several times, until Date/Time appears on the display.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears 01 / 01-00 12:00.
n
Use the keypad to enter the actual date, e.g. for August 8th 2005:
080805. Then, you enter the correct time, e.g. for 15:37h:
1537.
OK
Confirm your choice and save it by pressing OK.
@
Press ESC twice to leave the menu.
Setting the contrast of the display
You can set the contrast of the display at 5 different levels, in order to adjust it
to the ambient light. Proceed as follows:
MENU Press the key MENU. The display shows Key Lock.
d
Press the key d several times, until Setting appears on the display.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Contrast.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Contrast-3.
cd
Select the wanted level with the scroll keys.
OK
Confirm your choice and save it by pressing OK.
@
Press ESC twice to leave the menu.
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Setting the language
There is a choice of fourteen languages available for the screen menus. To set
a language please proceed as follows:
MENU Press the key MENU. The display shows Key Lock.
d
Press the key d several times, until Setting appears on the display.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Contrast.
d
Press the key d several times, until Language appears on the display.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears the actually set language.
cd
Select your language with the scroll keys.
OK
Confirm your choice and save it by pressing OK.
@
Press ESC twice to leave the menu.
Returning the settings to the defaults
When you make a reset, all settings return to the default values, as they were at
delivery. This is necessary, when you have forgotten your PIN. Proceed as follows:
MENU Press the key MENU. The display shows Key Lock.
d
Press the key d several times, until Setting appears on the display.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Contrast.
d
Press the key d several times, until Reset appears on the display.
OK
Press OK, on the screen appears Sure?.
OK
You must press OK to confirm. The telephone's settings are returned to
the default settings, originally set at the factory.
@
Press ESC twice to leave the menu.
Insert pause
When you use the telephone connected behind an older PABX, it is possible
that the access code for external calls must be followed by a pause, before the
telephone number may be dialed.
n
Unhook.
Enter the access code for external calls.
/P Press the key /P, the pause is inserted.
n
Enter the telephone number you wish to call.
This pause takes the place of one digit in the telephone number for repeating, in
the shortcut memories and in the phonebook.
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USING THE TELEPHONE
Be aware that, in the case of a power failure or in case of a defect of the telephone's power supply, the basic functions (making and receiving calls) remain
intact.
Answering an incoming call
A ring tone and the LED (1), flickering in the same rhythm as the ring tone signal the incoming calls. The screen displays the number of the caller (when the
network provider delivers it) and the name of the caller (when the delivered
number is stored in the phonebook).
Pick up the handset for answering the call, or press the hands-free key v (8).
The symbol of the picked-up handset "i" appears on the screen, and about 8
seconds later, the duration of the call is displayed. When in hands-free mode,
the loudspeaker symbol v appears on the display.
To end the conversation, you hang up or press the hands-free key again. The
total duration of the call remains visible for about 5 seconds.
Making a hands-free call
This function allows you to have a telephone conversation without having to
hold the handset. You can use this function to make the connection, but also
activate it during the call.
1.
Press the key v to switch on the hands-free function.
2.
Press the key v to switch off the hands-free function.
3.
To end the conversation, you simply hang up.
The volume of the loudspeaker in hands-free mode corresponds
with the volume of the ear piece.
Setting the volume for speaker phone calling
1.
Press the key v for a call in hands-free mode.
2.
Press one of the keys v + or v -, you hear the actual volume and on the
screen appears Speaker-5.
3.
Press one of the keys v + of v -, to select the desired volume in the range
from 1 to 5. The chosen level is stored in memory
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Calling Outside
External calls are calls to the public telephone network.
1.
Pick up the handset or press the hands-free key. You hear the dialing tone.
2.
Input the desired number on the keypad (18).
3.
The input number appears on the display and is dialed automatically.
4.
To end the conversation, you hang up or press the hands-free key again.
Dialing preparation
1.
This stands for inputting the desired telephone number in standby, before
picking up the handset. When you input a wrong digit, you can correct it
with the scroll, delete and number keys.
2.
The input number appears on the display. Press the talk key i (13) or
pick up the handset, the number is dialed automatically.
3.
To end the conversation, you hang up or press the hands-free key again.
Redial (simple)
To redial the very last number called, just press the redial key (5).
1. Press the redial key  (5), the last number called (of maximum 32 digits)
appears on the display.
2.
Press the talk key i (13) or pick up the handset, the displayed telephone
number is dialed automatically.
3.
To end the conversation, you hang up or press the hands-free key again.
Redialing the last five numbers called
The redial key  (5) also allows you to redial one of the last five telephone
numbers called.
1. Press the redial key several times  (5), with each activating of the redial
key, the previous number called appears on the display.
2.
Press the talk key i (13) or pick up the handset.
3.
The displayed telephone number is dialed automatically.
4.
To end the conversation, you hang up or press the hands-free key again.
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Dialing a number from the phonebook
Also read the chapter "PHONEBOOK".
1. Press the key phonebook B. .
2. On the screen appears Review, press OK. The first number (in alphabetical order) of the phonebook appears on the display.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press the scroll keys cd to scroll through the phonebook. You can also
input the first letter of the name you are looking for; the list will then start
from the first name with this initial letter.
When you have found the wanted telephone number, you press the talk
key i (13) or pick up the handset, the displayed telephone number is dialed automatically.
When your appliance is connected behind a PABX, that does not open the
outside line automatically, the number in the phonebook must be preceded
by the access code for outside lines and, if necessary, a pause.
Just hang up to end the conversation.
Dialing a number from the CID list
Also read the chapter "CID list".
1.
Press the key CID list y (17).
2.
The first number in the CID list appears on the display, with number, name
(if saved in the phonebook), time and date of the call.
3.
Press the scroll keys cd to scroll through the list for searching the
wanted telephone number.
4.
When you have found the wanted telephone number, you press the talk
key i (13) or pick up the handset.
5.
The displayed telephone number is dialed automatically.
6.
Just hang up to end the conversation.
Dialing a number from the shortcut dialing keys
1.
Press the key M1, M2 or M3.
2.
The number and the name appear on the display.
3.
Press the talk key i (13) or pick up the handset, the displayed telephone
number is dialed automatically.
4.
When your appliance is connected behind a PABX, that does not open the
outside line automatically, the number in the shortcut memory must be preceded by the access code for outside lines and, if necessary, a pause.
5.
Just hang up to end the conversation.
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External comfort functions
The comfort functions: waiting call, toggling, consultation, second call, conference call with three must be ordered and paid for with your local telephone
network provider.
Your provider will also be able to tell you which flash-time has to be used on his
installation (please also read the chapter on "Flash time" (page 13).
When the unit is connected to a personal branch exchange (PBX), its supplier,
or the delivered instruction manual will be able to inform you.
Waiting call and toggling
You have the necessary subscription at your telephone network provider. While
you are having a telephone conversation, you hear a tone, i.e. a signal that indicates that another user "knocks" (signal second call).
Use the R - key to put the actual conversation on hold. You hear the extra dialing tone. By pressing "2" you can answer the second call. When you want to
return to the first conversation partner, you press the R - key again and dial "2"
again. You are now connected to the first conversation partner, and the second
caller is put on hold. This action (called toggling) can be repeated as often as
you wish, until one of the parties hangs up.
Consultation and toggling
With the function consultation / toggling, you can talk in turns to two different
callers, without one hearing what you discuss with the other. You can accept an
incoming call or call another participant yourself. This function also creates the
base for a conference call with three people.
You are calling with somebody and wish to retrieve information with another
participant (internal or external). To achieve this, you press the "R" - key to park
the first communication. You hear the extra dialing tone.
Dial the number of the other participant and have your conversation. When you
press the "R" - key again, you can park the second communication. Press "2",
and you return to the first conversation partner.
Now you can toggle between both conversation partners.
When you wish to end your call after the consultation, use the R - key and press
"1". The connection with the second conversation partner is broken.
Conference call with three people
This function allows you to talk with two conversation partners simultaneously;
each of the three parties is participating simultaneously, and hears both other
participants all the time. The connection between the three partners is built up
as described above, in the chapter consultation and toggling.
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When you want to set up a conference call, press the "R" – key again. The active conversation is parked and you hear an extra dialing tone. Now press "3".
The conference with 3 people is now activated.
When one of the conversation partners hangs up, the communication with the
other partner can continue.
When you hang up yourself, the conference call is ended.
Turning off the microphone (Mute)
The microphone can be turned off temporarily. This allows you to talk to people
in your direct environment, without the telephone conversation partner overhearing it.
1.
You are making a call.
2.
Press the "Mute" key M (4) to turn off the microphone, it is inactivated and
the symbol M appears on the display.
3.
Now, you can talk to the people around you. Your conversation partner at
the other side of the line can't hear what is said.
4.
To continue the call, Press the "Mute" key M (4) again, to switch on the microphone. You can continue your conversation.
Saving numbers in the shortcut memories
Three telephone numbers with the corresponding name can be saved in the
shortcut memories. Proceed as follows:
1.
Press the key M1, M2 of M3. On the screen appears New.
2.
Press the key OK.
3.
Enter the number that you want to save. When your appliance is connected
behind a PABX, that does not open the outside line automatically, the
number in the shortcut memory must be preceded by the access code for
outside lines and, if necessary, a pause.
4.
Press OK again.
5.
Enter the name, corresponding to the number entered.
6.
Press OK again, on the screen appears Saved and a confirmation signal
sounds.
Reading the call duration
About 8 seconds after you have pressed the hands-free key or picked up the
handset, the duration in minutes and seconds 00:00 appears on the display;
e.g.: 01:20 = 1min, 20 sec. At the end of the conversation, this duration remains
on the screen during approximately 5 seconds.
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PHONEBOOK
Generalities
Your set allows you to store 50 telephone numbers in a phonebook. Each entry
can consist of 24 digits for the telephone number and 16 letters for the name.
These records are sorted alphabetically. You can scroll through the phonebook
entries, add new ones and edit or delete existing ones.
For certain functions, alphanumeric input is necessary. In that case, the keypad
automatically switches to alphanumeric mode. By pressing several times on the
suitable key, all letters, numbers and special signs are possible. When the next
sign must be input with the same key as the previous, wait until the cursor has
moved to the next position before pressing the key again.
Example:
PRIVAT: 1xkey 7 - pause - 3xkey 7 - pause - 3xkey 4 - 3xkey 8 - 1xkey 2 1xkey 8.
The input letters are all lower case. Changing to upper case is possible by
pressing *. From this moment on, all input is in upper case. Return to lower
case, by pressing the asterisk * again.
Table of characters (Standard)
0-9,*,#
numeric keys for inputting the digits of the number
*
toggling between upper and lower case
#
à á â Ç
0
+ & @ 0 / % * # $ £ ¥ § ¿¡
1
„Space“ - ?
2 (upper case)
A B C 2 Æ Å à á â Ç
3 (upper case)
D E F 3 è É ê ë
4 (upper case)
G H I 4 ì í î ï
5 (upper case)
J K L 5 €
6 (upper case)
M N O 6 ñ ö ò ó ô
7 (upper case)
P Q R S 7 ß
8 (upper case)
T U V 8 ù ú û Ü
9 (upper case)
W X Y Z 9
2 (lower case)
a b c 2 ä æ å à á â ç
3 (lower case)
d e f 3 è é ê ë
4 (lower case)
g h i 4 ì í ï
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! 1 , . : ; „ ‘ ( ) = - /_ „
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5 (lower case)
j
k l 5 €
6 (lower case)
m n o 6 ñ ö ò ó ô
7 (lower case)
q q r s 7 ß
8 (lower case)
t u v 8 ù ú û ü
9 (lower case)
w x y z 9
Add a new phonebook entry
Save all telephone numbers with the zero and the zone prefix, in order to have
the name appearing on the screen when a call from that number comes in, and
to have this name also stored in the CID list.
1.
Press the key phonebook B.
2.
Press the key d, New appears.
3.
Press the key OK, a blinking cursor appears on the screen _.
4.
Us e the keypad n to enter the telephone number.
5.
Press the key OK and, with the keypad n, enter the corresponding name.
6.
Press the key OK, on the screen appears Saved and again New. You can
continue keying in the next telephone number and name or leave the
phonebook with the ESC - key.
(10). On the screen appears Review.
Attention!
When your appliance is connected behind a PABX, that does not open the outside line automatically, the number must be preceded by the access code for
outside lines and, if necessary, a pause.
Example (access code = 0): 0 – pause – prefix – telephone number
Searching in the phonebook
1.
Press the key phonebook B.
2.
Press OK. The first number (in alphabetical order) of the phonebook appears on the display.
3.
Press the scroll keys cd to scroll through the phonebook
(10). On the screen appears Review.
or
1.
Press the key phonebook B.
2.
Press the key OK. The first number (in alphabetical order) of the phonebook appears on the display.
3.
One can also input the first letter of the name you are looking for on the
keypad n; the list will then start from the first name with this initial letter.
4.
Press the scroll keys cd to scroll through the phonebook, starting from
the found record.
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(10). On the screen appears Review.
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Editing phonebook records
1.
Press the key phonebook B.
2.
Press the key OK. The first number (in alphabetical order) of the phonebook appears on the display.
3.
Press the key OK, the first digit of the telephone number starts blinking.
Use the scroll keys, c resp. d to move the cursor to the right resp. to the
left.
4.
The blinking sign can be overwritten by a new input or deleted with the X key. When you're finished inputting the change, press OK.
5.
The first digit of the name starts blinking. Proceed with the name as described above for the number. Press OK, when the wanted changes are
made. On the screen appears Saved. Exit the phonebook by pressing the
ESC - key.
(10). On the screen appears Review.
Deleting a phonebook entry
(individually)
1.
Press the key phonebook B.
2.
Press the key OK. The first number (in alphabetical order) of the phonebook appears on the display.
3.
Find the record, you want to delete by pressing the scroll keys cd.
4.
Press the key X, a request for confirmation is displayed: Sure?.
5.
Confirm with the OK - key.
6.
A confirmation signal sounds and the record is deleted. This procedure
needs to be repeated for each telephone number you want to delete.
(10). On the screen appears Review.
Deleting all phonebook entries
1.
Press the key phonebook B.
2.
Press the key OK. The first number (in alphabetical order) of the phonebook appears on the display.
3.
Press the scroll-up key d several times, until you find the menu point Delete ALL.
4.
Press the key OK, a request for confirmation is displayed: Sure?.
5.
Confirm by pressing the OK - key. A confirmation signal sounds and all the
records in the phonebook are deleted.
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(10). On the screen appears Review.
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CID LIST (caller list - CLIP)
Generalities
Your set shows the number of the incoming call, as well as the day and the hour
of the call, if the telephone network provider has activated this feature and if the
caller did not hide his number (with the CLIR – function).
The CLIP – function also offers the following possibilities:
• Identifying the caller before accepting a call;
• Registering the last 30 calls with the number of the caller in the CID list
• Consulting the CID list, finding the last calls entered with the date and time of
the call and the telephone number of the caller;
• Seeing the name of the caller, if the number is saved in the phonebook;
• Scrolling through the CID list;
• Dialing a number from the CID list;
• Saving a number from the CID list to the phonebook.
When the network operator also sends the date and time, the internal clock of
your set will be adjusted automatically when the first call enters. Many operators, however, only send the number. In order to have a correct registration of
the date and time that a call entered, you will have to adjust the clock as described.
When your appliance is connected behind a PABX, that does not open the outside line automatically, the number in memory must be preceded by the access
code for outside lines and, if necessary, a pause.
For more information please check with your network operator.
Always add the prefix to the telephone number you save in the phonebook, in order to see their name when they call you.
Opening the CID list
1.
Press the key CID list y (17). The first number in the CID list appears on
the display, with number, name (if saved in the phonebook), time and date
of the call.
2.
Use the scroll keys cd to run through the list.
The telephone number stays on display until 5 seconds after the last
ring tone, then the set returns to stand-by. During a conversation, there
is no room for displaying the telephone number. When the CID – list is
full, the oldest call is erased.
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Dialing from the CID-list
1.
Press the key CID list y (17).
2.
The first number in the CID list appears on the display, with number, name
(if saved in the phonebook), time and date of the call.
3.
Press the scroll keys cd to scroll through the list for searching the
wanted telephone number.
4.
When you have found the wanted telephone number, you press the talk
key i (13) or pick up the handset.
5.
The displayed telephone number is dialed automatically.
6.
Just hang up to end the conversation.
Copying a number from the CID list to the phonebook
1.
Press the key CID list y (17).
2.
The first number in the CID list appears on the display, with number, name
(if saved in the phonebook), time and date of the call.
3.
Press the scroll keys cd to scroll through the list for searching the
wanted telephone number.
4.
Press OK, on the screen appears Store to Book.
5.
Press OK, the first digit starts blinking. If you want to edit the number, you
can do so as described in chapter "Editing phonebook records". If you do
not want to edit the number, press OK.
6.
Then, a blinking cursor appears for entering the name. Use the keypad as
described higher to enter the name.
7.
Press OK when you are happy with the modifications made. On the screen
appears Saved.
Copying a number from the CID list to the shortcut memories
1.
Press the key CID list y (17).
2.
The first number in the CID list appears on the display, with number, name
(if saved in the phonebook), time and date of the call.
3.
Press the scroll keys cd to scroll through the list for searching the
wanted telephone number.
4.
Press OK, on the screen appears Store to Book.
5.
Press on d, on the screen appears Store to M1 or Replace No?, when
M1 was already used previously. The scroll key d allows you to choose
also M2 or M3.
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6.
When you have made your choice, then press OK.
7.
The first digit starts blinking. If you want to edit the number, you can do so
as described in chapter "Editing phonebook records". If you do not want
to edit the number, press OK
8.
Then, a blinking cursor appears for entering the name. Use the keypad as
described higher to enter the name.
9.
Press OK when you are happy with the modifications made. On the screen
appears Saved.
Deleting numbers from the CID list individually
1.
Press the key CID list y (17).
2.
The first number in the CID list appears on the display, with number, name
(if saved in the phonebook), time and date of the call.
3.
Press the scroll keys cd to scroll through the list for searching the
wanted telephone number.
4.
Press the key X, a request for confirmation is displayed: Sure?.
5.
Confirm with the OK – key if you are sure. A confirmation signal sounds
and the record is deleted. On the screen appears the next record.
Deleting all telephone numbers from the CID list
1.
Press the key CID list y (17).
2.
The first number in the CID list appears on the display, with number, name
(if saved in the phonebook), time and date of the call.
3.
Press the key X and hold it until Delete ALL appears on display. Press OK,
a request for confirmation is displayed: Sure?.
4.
Press OK to delete the whole CID list. A confirmation signal sounds and
two dotted lines appear on the screen. All records in the CID list are deleted.
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APPENDICES
Technical data
System
analog, corded telephone
Power supply
power adapter 230VAC / 50Hz / 35mA;
exit voltage 6V DC / 300mA / 1,8 VA
Memory
Flash memory
Room temperature
+5° C à + 35° C;
Relative air humidity
25% à 85%
Temperature during storage -10° C à + 50° C
Dialing system
tone or pulse
Function flash-key
flash-time 80, 100, 270ms
Dimensions:
195 x 195 x 70 mm
Cable lengths:
power supply cable:
telephone line cord:
Weight
approx. 3,0 m
approx. 3,0 m
ca. 540 grams
We reserve our right to technical modifications!
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Troubleshooting
No dialing tone
• Check if the telephone line cord is well connected to the base and to the wall
outlet.
• Use only the delivered cable.
• Adjust the volume of the handset to a higher level.
Dialing a number impossible
• Check if the dialing mode set, corresponds with the dialing mode of the telephone network. Set the correct mode.
• The dialed telephone number is blocked.
• The keypad is locked.
• You have forgotten your PIN.
• Reset the settings of the handset back to the defaults.
No display
• Check if the power supply cord is well connected to the base and to the wall
outlet.
Maintenance
Clean the base station and the handset with a moist cloth or with an antistatic
cloth. Never use dry cloth! There is a danger of static charge!
Recycling
When your telephone is taken out of service, dispose of it in an environmentally
friendly way!
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INDEX
A
K
Audio · 10
Key PIN · 11; 12; 13; 14
Key Tone · 10
keypad · 5; 8; 11; 12; 14; 17; 21; 22; 25;
26; 28
B
beep · 10
L
C
CID list · 5; 18; 22; 24; 25; 26
conference call · 13; 19; 20
consultation · 13; 19
Contrast · 7; 14; 15
Language · 15
lower case · 21; 22
M
mute · 6
D
date · 6; 14; 18; 24; 25; 26; 31
Date/Time · 14
default · 10; 11; 15
Delete ALL · 23; 26
Dialing-Pulse · 14
Dialing-Tone · 14
E
external · 12; 15; 19
F
flash · 13; 19; 27
Flash Time · 13
N
New · 11; 20; 22
P
PABX · 11; 12; 13; 14; 15; 18; 20; 22;
24
PABX Setting · 11; 12; 13; 14
pause · 12; 15; 18; 20; 21; 22; 24
Pause · 5; 7
phonebook · 6; 7; 15; 16; 18; 21; 22; 23;
24; 25; 26
PIN · 7; 11; 15; 28
Prefix · 11; 12
Prefix-Off · 12
H
hands-free · 5; 6; 7; 16; 17; 20
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T
R
redial · 17
Replace No? · 25
Reset · 15; 28
Review · 18; 22; 23
Ring Loudness · 10
Ring Tone · 10
technical data · 27
time · 6; 7; 10; 12; 13; 14; 18; 19; 24;
25; 26; 27
toggling · 13; 19; 21
U
upper case · 21
S
Saved · 20; 22; 23; 25; 26
setting · 10; 11; 12; 13
Setting · 10; 13; 14; 15; 16
shortcut · 7; 15; 18; 20; 25
Speaker-5 · 16
Store to Book · 25
Store to M1 · 25
Sure? · 15; 23; 26
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V
volume · 7; 10; 16; 28
W
Waiting · 19
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Warranty
Please check with your local dealer to know what kind of warranty this appliance carries, according to your country's laws and to the local practice.
The warranty period starts from the first acquisition of the appliance. In order to
prove the date of purchase, we advise you to keep the purchase receipt. A repair to an appliance that has been sent back, which is not accompanied by the
purchase receipt, will always be charged.
This will also be the case for badly packed appliances. During the warranty period, all deficiencies, caused by material or production flaws, will be executed
free of charge.
The manufacturer reserves his right to repair or replace, at his own discretion.
The length of the warranty period will never be prolonged by possible reparation
or in case of replacement. The original warranty period continues and takes a
definitive end at the normal date, depending on the purchase date and the
original length of the warranty period.
The manufacturer can never be held responsible for any damage or costs, incidental, caused or indirectly brought about by a defect. From warranty are also
excluded the damages caused by abnormal use, wear, interventions by third
parties or violence. The spare parts, subject to wear (batteries, rechargeable
batteries, packing etc.) are excluded from the warranty, as well as the possible
deficiencies that only slightly influence the meant use and the possibilities of the
appliance.
During the warranty period you should bring your defective appliance back to
the sales point where you bought it, which will make sure that it is repaired or
replaced as soon as possible.
It goes without saying that your sales point will always be at you disposal, even
after the warranty period. For every repair that is not covered by the guarantee,
the sales point will first make a proposition.
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CE declaration of conformity
Your set is adapted to be used in the country where you bought is. It has homologation for connection to the public telephone network, only for using it in
private homes and shops.
It can be connected to a normal outlet and be used by anyone. Each other use
will be considered as inappropriate and not conform to the prescriptions.
Any alteration or modification, not described in this manual, are not allowed.
Hereby we, ITM Technology AG, state that this appliance corresponds with the
prescriptions and directives applicable, and with all the other arrests connected
to the directive EC 1999/5/EG.
The original statement of conformity can be read on the Internet, on the site:
www.aeg-itm.de
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Environmental Protection
Discarded electric appliances are recyclable and should not be discarded in the
domestic waste! Please actively support us in conserving resources and protecting the environment by returning this appliance to the collection centers (if
available).
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