Avaya FC1 Switch User Manual

FC1 / FC1 Ex
connected to
Integral Enterprise / Integral 55
Benutzerhandbuch
User’s guide
Manuel utilisateur
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Copyright
© All rights reserved by Avaya GmbH & Co. KG, also for the case of trademark
right notices. Every publication authority, such as copy and transmission
rights, remains with us. (V 2.0 - 07/2007)
Version
V 1.2
(11/2002)
V 1.3
(02/2004)
V 1.4
(04/2004)
V 1.4a
(04/2004, 07/2004)
V 1.5
(29.04.2004)
V 1.5a
(29.04.2004, 07/2004)
V 1.6
(12.08.2004, 08/2004)
V 1.7
(25.08.2004, 08/2004)
V 1.7a
(25.10.2004, 10/2004)
V 1.8
(23.09.2005, 09/2005)
V 1.9
(12.12.2005, 12/2005)
V 2.0
(11.07.2007, 07/2007)
V 2.1
(31.08.2008, 08/2008)
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Getting to know your handset Important information . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Putting into operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Basic rules of operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
The functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Telephoning as usual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Callback if busy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Double Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Refer back call and call forwarding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching between lines (call partners). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Second Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Code dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Local telephone directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Central telephone directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Message Waiting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call diversion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call diversion when your handset is busy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call diversion when your handset cannot be reached . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(Delayed) call transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Follow me (call diversion from) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pick-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DTMF post-dialling (digits as tone signals) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call charge display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing call diversions by remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Telephoning with the system while away . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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30
32
34
36
37
38
41
42
50
52
55
58
60
61
63
64
68
70
72
77
79
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Muting the microphone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Hear conversation via speaker (Handsfree operation) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Setting the handset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Emergency call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Personal Identification Number (PIN). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Locking the handset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Messaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Receiving a message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Message list and call list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Sending a message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Using the handset in more than one system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
List of the message defined texts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Codes for your handset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Technical specifications and accessories for the explosion-proof handset
FC1 Ex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Technical specifications and accessories for the handset FC1 . . . . . . . . . . 125
Table of characters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127
Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129
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Getting to know your handset Important information
Getting to know your handset Important information
Where you can use your handset
The handsets FC1 and FC1 Ex are suitable for use in the office, outdoors and
in a dusty environment. The FC1 Ex is an explosion-proof version providing
gas explosion and dust explosion protection for use in hazardous areas. The
FC1 Ex must not be operated with any headset! Both handsets, FC1 and
FC1 Ex, comply with protection class IP 65 and are dust-proof and protected
against water jets. (V 2.0 - 07/2007).
You will find the safety instructions and some further information about
handling an explosion-proof handset version in the "Quick Guide" delivered
with the set. (V 1.6 - 08/2004).
Protecting against interference
Other electronic units usually are protected from high-frequency irradiation.
However, a device of this kind which is insufficiently protected may lead to
malfunctions.
ATTENTION
Never unscrew the handset housing!
The housing could be damaged as a result. It does not contain any
components that you can repair. Furthermore, as a result of any unauthorized intervention, the Ex-certificate for operation of an FC1 Ex in
hazardous areas will become void! (V 2.0 - 07/2007).
Where to install
Put your charger on a non-slip surface, especially if furniture is new or has
been treated with care materials. Varnishes or care materials may contain substances that can soften the feet of the charger, and the softened feet may
leave undesirable marks on the surface of the furniture. The Avaya GmbH &
Co. KG is not liable for damage of this kind. (V 2.0 - 07/2007)
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Product package
Please check the contents of your FC1 / FC1 Ex product package immediately: (V 2.0 - 07/2007).
„ FC1 / FC1 Ex handset with "Hints On Operation". Ex factory, explosionproof units are equipped with a clip.
„ Changeable battery pack. Explosion-proof handsets have to be operated
using an explosion-proof battery pack only! Explosion-proof units and components are bearing the Ex marking.
„ MEM-Card
„ System compliant charger for the rechargeable battery packs. However, for
explosion-proof handsets and battery packs with Ex marking only the
charger Tischladegerät FC1 S Ex with the appropriate plug-in power supply has to be used.
„ Plug-in power supply
„ Printed Short operating instructions
„ User manuals in various languages which include all the functions are
available on the internet at support.avaya.com. (V 2.0 - 07/2007)
Putting the battery into operation
First, charge the battery to full capacity. Then, during the first week of operation, always return the handset to the charger cradle. New battery cells will in
general reach full capacity only after several days of normal use. See also the
information on page 20 about using the battery.
Only use batteries in an appropriate manner. The Avaya GmbH & Co. KG is
not liable for damage which occurs due to inappropriate handling of the battery. (V 2.0 - 07/2007)
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Getting to know your handset Important information
Consumer information about disposal of wasted equipment
Electric and electronic equipment and components marked with a
striked out dustbin may contain substances which are harmful to
the environment or to your health. Thus, any equipment or component bearing such a mark must not be disposed of together with
household waste! Take the hazardous waste materials to a municipal collection centre for hazardous waste or to your dealer where
they can be disposed of in an environmentally friendly mannor. Please dispose
of discharged batteries only. (V 1.9 - 12/2005)
Authorisation and conformity
The Avaya GmbH & Co. KG declares that the products FC1 and FC1 Ex comply with the basic requirements and other relevant provisions of guideline
1999/5/EU (R&TTE). (V 2.0 - 07/2007)
These devices are suitable for connection to radio interfaces (DECT™) from
Avaya telecommunications systems Integral Enterprise and Integral 33 / 55.
They define and fulfil the basic requirements according EU guideline 1999/5/
EG (Radio and Telecommunication Terminal Equipment, R&TTE). (V 2.1 - 08/2008)
Due to their design these devices are not suitable for direct operation on interfaces to public telecommunications networks. In the unlikely event of any problems occurring during operation, please contact your dealer or the system
admimistrator. (V 2.0 - 07/2007)
The declaration of conformity can be obtained using the following Internet address: www.avaya.de/gcm/emea/de/includedcontent/conformity.htm. (V 2.0 - 07/
2007)
These devices operate in accordance with the DECT™ system with a frequency range of 1880 MHz to 1900 MHz. (V 2.1 - 08/2008)
NOTE
DECT™ is a registered trademark of ETSI.
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Retricted use of some functions
These instructions describe all handset functions which you can use with the
latest system software. Some functions cannot be performed with older software. Please contact your dealer or system administrator for more detailed information. (V 1.9 - 12/2005)
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Getting to know your handset Important information
Overview
1
2
3
4
5
0 5 3 4 1 2 8 5 7 0 1
N A M E
7
6
O K
8
R
9
1
11
2
4
13
14
10
7
5
G H I
P Q R S
3
A B C
6
8
J K L
0
T U V
9
D E F
M N O
12
W X Y Z
15
16
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Legend
No.
10
Name
Meaning
1
Emergency call key
Keep key depressed until a deep confirmation tone sounds!
2
Headset socket
The handset FC1 Ex must not be used
with any headset!
3
Handset
4
Display
indicates call numbers and settings
5
Handsfree loudspeaker
on rear of casing
6
LEFT SOFTKEY
Functions depend on status (shown in
display) and for switching OFF
7
RIGHT SOFTKEY
Functions depend on status (shown in
display) and for switching ON
8
SELECTOR key
1st function: confirm settings (press
upon the centre of the key)
2nd function: arrow-up-down key to
scroll in the menu or in the lists (press
upon the upper or lower end of the key)
9
R key
1st function: Signal button for functions
in a telephone system
2nd function: handsfree operation
10
HANDSET HOOK ON/OFF key
corresponds to lifting and replacing the
handset
11
1 key
1st function: digit and letters
2nd function: mute
12
Digit keys
for digits and letters
13
0 key
1st function: digit and letters
2nd function: telephone book, call list,
message list
14
STAR key
1st function: ’star’
2nd function: switch over softkeys
3rd function: ’shift’ (capitals, lower case
letters)
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Getting to know your handset Important information
Legend (cont.)
No.
Name
Meaning
15
HASH key
1st function: ’hash’
2nd function: redialling
16
Microphone
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Display
Text and symbols in the display facilitate operation of the handset. They guide
you through the menus and provide information on the status of your handset.
The functions of the right and left softkeys change according to the current status. The functions are shown in the display directly above the softkeys.
The lines in the display
Symbol line indicates the status of the handset.
Two text lines, e.g. for call number and name. .
Function of the right softkey, e.g. Menu.
Function of the left softkey, e.g. Clrdown.
Meaning of symbols
Symbol
Name
Meaning
Battery full
Battery nearly full
Battery nearly
empty
Battery empty
Battery symbol
flashing
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Capacity for less than five minutes left. When you first
load a new battery, the handset does not ”know” its
charging status. So the battery signal shows two bars
only meaning battery is nearly charged. An appropriate
battery signal will be shown after the battery pack in the
handset once has been fully charged. See page 20.
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Meaning of symbols (cont.)
Symbol
Name
Meaning
Mute
The microphone is off. Your call partner cannot hear
you.
No call signal
The call signal has been set to mute.
Lock
The handset is locked.
Handset
The handset has a telephone connection.
Multifrequency
code
Each push of the button is transferred to the connection
subscriber (MFC post-dialling) as an (audible) DTMF
tone.
Headset
You are making a call using the headset. The housing
microphone and loudspeaker are automatically
switched off.
Special functions
activated
STAR button is pressed for a long period.
Pressing a key for a long period: Keep key depressed
until a deep confirmation tone sounds.
Loudspeaker
The loudspeaker for handsfree operation on the rear
side of the housing is switched on.
Within range of
system
Your handset is within range of a base station.
You may make a call.
Connection to
system
Your handset has a radio connection.
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The display on your handset can show two text lines comprising up to 16 characters on each line. The layout of the display contents depends on the status
of your handset.
In basic state
The display shows the number and the first 16 letters
of your name.
7442
Smith
Menu
2492
Miller
Clrdown
Name display
If you are calling a subscriber, the display shows the
subscriber’s call number and/or name.
Menu
0004434758739124
Free
Clrdown
Menu
7442
Smith
Clrdown
2942
Miller
Clrdown
When making a call
The display shows the number (and the last 16 numbers)
the name.
When you are called
The display shows the number (and the last 16 numbers)
and, if available, the name.
Menu
If a call has been diverted to you
The display shows the number and the call diversion.
–>6382
Menu
The display shows the current connection status. The following abbreviations
are used:
Bus.
Busy
End
End of connection
Free
The called number is free
FM
Follow-me is switched on
Conf.
Conference
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LIST
Unread entry in the call list
Mail
No text message
MAIL
Unread text message waiting
MW
Not yet heard message waiting on a voice mail
NR
The called number cannot be reached
CCBS
Call back entered
Conn.
Connection
Dial
Dialing procedure
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Putting into operation
If your handset is not yet mounted
If the handset is not completely assembled when you receive it, you must:
„ Insert the Mem-Card (see page 17),
„ Install the battery (see page 18) and
„ Remove the protective film from the display, if necessary.
„ Your service team must register the handset with your telephone system.
Your handset is then ready for operation.
„ Now connect the charger (see page 19).
If your handset is already completely mounted
If the handset is already completely assembled and registered with your telephone system when you receive it, you need only connect the charger (see
page 19).
MEM-Card
You can only use your handset to make and receive telephone calls if a MEMCard has been inserted. It saves important data for your handset, such as personal settings and your personal telephone book. If you switch handsets, you
can use the MEM-Card to make and receive telephone calls immediately.
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Getting to know your handset Important information
Inserting the MEM-Card
„ First use a finger to press the small MEM-Card out of the larger frame (see
preceding illustration).
„ With the short edge at an angle under the holding crescents a, push the
MEM-Card into the MEM-Card compartment (1). The golden contact surface of the MEM-Card must face downwards!
„ Press the MEM-Card downwards until the small tag b locks (2).
2
a
1
b
Taking out the MEM-Card
You only need to remove the MEM-Card if you intend to give the handset to
someone else or you need the MEM-Card for a new handset.
When removing the MEM-card, do not use copped or sharp-edged tools. They
might damage the MEM-card. (V 2.0 - 07/2007)
„ Remove the battery out of the handset (see page 18).
„ Press the small tag b upwards and lift the MEM-Card a bit at the same
time.
„ Now remove the MEM-Card.
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Inserting the battery
For information about handling explosion-proof handset versions and for
safety instructions when replacing the battery see the "Quick Guide" coming with the handset. (V 1.6 - 08/2004)
„ Push the battery into the housing (1).
„ FC1: Push the battery down on the lever side until you hear it lock (2).
„ FC1 Ex: Press the battery downwards on the screw side until it makes contact with the housing (2).
„ FC1 Ex: Fix the battery with the securing screw (2). Use a screw driver
Torx T 10. The maximum fastening torque of the screw is 60 Ncm. (V 1.9 - 12/
2005)
2
Removing the battery
For information about handling explosion-proof handset versions and for
safety instructions when replacing the battery see the "Quick Guide" coming with the handset. (V 1.6 - 08/2004)
„ Place the handset with the display downwards on the table.
„ FC1: Keep the lever (2) pressed down (V 2.0 - 07/2007)
„ FC1 Ex: Unscrew the securing screw using a screw driver Torx T 10.
„ Lift up the battery at the lever / screw side and remove it.
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Placement of the charger
Place the charger on a stable, even surface, e.g. a table outside of hazardous
areas. Choose a location that is protected from direct sunlight and dampness.
CAUTION
For charging explosion-proof handsets, e.g. type FC1 Ex, use the
charger type FC1 S Ex only.
(V 1.7a - 10/2004)
„ Plug the plug-in mains unit into a socket.
„ Insert the small connecting cord plug into the back of the charging device.
The charger is ready for operation.
Charging the handset
Simply place the handset into the charger. You will hear an acknowledgement
tone. The display light will switch on briefly. The handset remains switched on
or off.
The battery symbol in the symbol row moves until the battery is completely
charged.
When the batteries are being charged, they will become slightly warm. This is
perfectly normal.
As soon as the battery is full, trickle charging starts. This is indicated by a
blinking frame of the battery full symbol.
Charging the spare battery
„ Charging an FC1 battery using the Charger Plus
At the rear side of the Charger Plus a slot is provided for charging a spare
battery. This slot is covered by a lid. Open the lid, insert the battery to be
charged and gently press it against the charger’s housing. The contact ar-
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eas of the battery must get into electrical contact with the contact springs.
Close the lid. As soon as the contact is established and charging starts, the
front bottom LED of the table-top charger changes its colour from green to
red.
„ Charging an explosion-proof battery using the Tischladegerät FC1 S Ex
An open bay is provided on the back of the table-top charger Tischladegerät FC1 S Ex for charging an explosion-proof spare battery. Place the
battery into the bay with the contacts facing downward and the securing
screw bore facing outside and gently press it down against the contact
springs. As soon as the contact is established and charging starts, the front
bottom LED of the table-top charger changes its colour from green to red.
„ For more information about handling explosion-proof handset versions
and for safety instructions when replacing the battery see the "Quick
Guide" coming with the handset. (V 1.6 - 08/2004)
Information on using the battery
ATTENTION
Do not throw the battery into a fire as it might explode.
To avoid injury and fire damage, do not allow the contacts of the battery to come into contact with conductive objects or to be shortcircuited.
When you first load a new battery, the handset does not at first ”know” its
charging status. So, for the time being, the battery signal shows two bars only
meaning battery is nearly charged. An appropriate battery signal will be shown
after the battery pack once has been completely charged in the handset!
Every time you insert a battery pack into your handset, you should charge
the battery to full capacity for at least 14 hours. Use only system-compatible
chargers for charging the batteries! (V 2.0 - 07/2007)
Read the hints about "Caring for NiCD and NiMH battey packs" in the Quick
Guide. They contain information on how to obtain optimum service life from
your battery pack.
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Harmful influences regarding the battery pack service life and beeing outside
of the manufacturer’s control include:
„ Extremely low and high temperatures during storage and operation,
„ Permanent charging in the charger,
„ Deep discharge in the unit or while storing.
Do not leave the battery in direct sunlight. Proper care of the battery is rewarded with a long service life. (V 1.9 - 12/2005)
Headset (combined handset / headset)
CAUTION
Do not use a headset together with an explosion-proof handset
version FC1 Ex! This is the reason why the „Headset socket” on
page 10 is permanently sealed. (V 2.0 - 07/2007)
See also the "Quick Guide" coming with the handset for safety instructions. (V 1.4a - 07/2004)
A headset, however, is available to be used with the handset FC1 providing
handsfree phone calls. Your handset automatically identifies a connected
headset and then deactivates its internal microphone and earpeace. If required, you may additionally activate the feature "handsfree listening" via internal loudspeaker.
When a call arrives, the handset rings. When a headset is connected, incoming calls will be signalled by the headset only.
All other functions remain unaffected by a headset connected. Especially the
temporary adjustment of the handset volume using the SELECTOR key on
page 87.
Connecting the headset (not possible with FC1 Ex)
The connector socket is located on the top right hand side of the handset FC1.
Carefully pull off the protective cap from the connector socket.
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Completely insert the headset plug into the connector socket until it audibly engages.
Do not use the headset, when the handset is placed in a charger. To make a
call, take the handset out of the charger.
CAUTION
Prevent damage to your hearing. (V 2.0 - 07/2007)
If this headset from the FC1 accessory list is operated from other devices, very loud audio signals / signal events could lead to hearing
damage (acoustic shock). Operate this headset from the FC1 accessory list together with the FC1 handset only. See the safety instructions in the "Quick Guide". If you use the headset for extended
periods, you should set the volume to a moderate level. Over time,
high volume levels can lead to hearing damage, too.
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Getting to know your handset Important information
Basic rules of operation
The operation of your handset includes several frequently recurring operating
steps. Please familiarize yourself with these operating steps.
Switching on the handset
The handset is switched off. Press the RIGHT SOFTKEY for a long period.
Switching off the handset
The handset is in basic status. Press LEFT SOFTKEY for a long period.
Left and right softkeys
The function of the softkeys changes according to the situation. The function
always appears in the display above the softkey, e.g. Menu or Clrdown.
The RIGHT SOFTKEY is used for switching on or for calling up the menu.
The LEFT SOFTKEY is used for ending a menu option or cancelling.
If you press the LEFT SOFTKEY for a long period when in any of the menus, the
handset will be returned to its basic status.
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Selector
O K
The SELECTOR concludes the setting procedure.
Doubly occupied keys
Some keys on your handset have two functions. The additional blue labels denote these keys. You must hold the key for longer if you want to trigger the
second blue function. You will hear an acknowledgement tone.
Selecting a menu
Some functions and settings of your handset can be obtained via the display
conten ts (menu). The menu is set out in such a way that most of the menu options lead to submenus.
Call up the menu using the RIGHT SOFTKEY.
O K
O K
Press upon the upper or lower end (arrow) of the SELECTOR to scroll through the
menus or through the call list or message list.
An exemple for a menu option is: System.
O K
Press upon the centre of the SELECTOR to select the desired menu option or list
item.
NOTE
In the basic status, you can also call up the menu by pressing on the
lower end (arrow down) of the selector.
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Returning to another menu level
The LEFT SOFTKEY enables you to move to the next menu level up or leave the
menu.
Submenus
Submenus are operated in exactly the same way as the main menu.
Cancel
Press the LEFT SOFTKEY for a long period in order to reach basic status.
Entering characters for telephone directory entries
The digit keys may also be used to enter letters and characters, e.g. for names
in your personal telephone directory. The letters are printed on the digit keys.
Your handset will automatically switch to the input of letters and characters
when this is required. The table of characters indicates which characters you
may enter (see page 127).
NOTE
To switch between upper and lower case letters press the STAR key for
a long period until a deep confirmation tone sounds.
Example: Entering the name “JOHN”:
5
J K L
Press the JKL button once. J appears in the display. Wait briefly.
6
M N O
6
M N O
6
M N O
Press the MNO button three times. JO appears in the display. Wait briefly.
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4
G H I
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G H I
Press the GHI button twice. JOH appears in the display. Wait briefly.
6
6
M N O
M N O
Press the MNO button twice. JOHN appears in the display. Wait briefly.
Ending input
O K
O K
Press the SELECTOR twice. The characters will be accepted.
Correcting characters
Press the LEFT SOFTKEY.
Deleting a line
Press LEFT SOFTKEY for a long period.
Inserting characters
O K
O K
Move the cursor position to the left or right. New characters which you enter
will be inserted in front of the cursor.
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The functions
Telephoning as usual
You may use your handset to telephone in the usual manner. Telephoning
within the telephone system (internally): dial the internal call number required.
External Calls: dial the external line code (usually zero), followed by the call
number of your call partner.
Calls, block dialling
2
1
7
A B C
6
M N O
P Q R S
Dial the desired number, e.g. 1 2 7 6.
Correct any typing mistakes if necessary.
Lift the handset.
Cancelling block dialling
Press for an extended period.
Making a call, conventional dialling
Lift the handset.
1
2
A B C
7
P Q R S
6
M N O
Dial the desired number, e.g. 1 2 7 6.
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Ending a call
Replace the handset.
Redialling
#
Press the HASH key for a long period.
Lift the handset.
Accepting a call
Your handset rings.
Lift the handset.
Switching off the ringing tone
Your handset rings.
R
Tone off. The call is still waiting.
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Rejecting a call
Your handset rings.
Press the LEFT SOFTKEY. The caller hears the busy tone.
Additional Hints
The number of the caller appears in the display. If the call is internal, the name
will also be displayed.
Diverted call: If someone dials the number 5432 and reaches you by call diversion, the following will also appear in the display: ->5432
If when telephoning you arrive at the boundary of the radio range, you will hear
the range warning tone (to deactivate see page 90).
The message “Lines busy” tells you that no line is free. Try again later.
When you receive a message, an existing call is temporarily interrupted. See
Messaging section. (V 1.3 - 02/2004).
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Callback if busy
If the called internal subscriber is busy, you may activate a callback. As soon
as the subscriber is free, your handset rings and you can allow yourself to be
connected to the subscriber. This function must be enabled for your handset
within the system. Your system administrator will inform you of the required
code.
Activating a callback
The subscriber is busy.
Ü
2
A B C
Enter the code for callback, e.g. STAR, 2. You will hear an acknowledgement
tone.
Replace the handset. CCBS appears in the display.
NOTE
You may store up to three callbacks.
When the subscriber becomes free
Your handset will ring when the desired subscriber becomes free.
Lift the handset. The connection is made.
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Deactivating all callbacks
You cannot delete individual callbacks, only all of them at the same time.
If you attempt to delete a callback when no callbacks are entered, you will hear
a reject tone.
O K
Press SELECTOR.
#
2
A B C
Enter the code HASH 2. The following appears in the display: delete?
O K
Confirm. You may cancel using the LEFT SOFTKEY.
NOTE
You can store the code for callback in the local telephone directory
(see page 46).
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Double Call
Double call means: If you receive a call, both your handset and a second telephone will ring. You may choose which of the two sets you wish to use.
Your handset can also be the target of a double call, e.g. from the telephone
on your desk.
If you are telephoning on your handset, the caller may, depending on the setting in the telephone system, hear either the ringback or busy signal. Ask your
system administrator for more details.
You will need codes in order to set up the double call feature. These codes
can be obtained from your system administrator.
Setting up a second telephone for a double call
3
Ü
D E F
3
D E F
Dial the code for double call target, e.g. STAR 3 3.
7
P Q R S
6
M N O
5
J K L
4
G H I
Dial the number for the second set, e.g. 7 6 5 4.
#
End the input using the HASH key.
Lift the handset. You will hear an acknowledgement tone.
Replace the handset.
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Switching on double call
The double call feature must have been enabled.
3
Ü
4
D E F
G H I
Code for double call, e.g. STAR 3 4.
Lift the handset. You will hear an acknowledgement tone.
Replace the handset. The following appears in the display: 3050>>7654.
NOTE
If your handset is outside the range of the system or switched off, the
other telephone only will ring. The caller hears the ringback signal.
Switching off double call
#
3
D E F
4
G H I
Code for double call, e.g. HASH 3 4.
Lift the handset. You will hear an acknowledgement tone.
Replace the handset.
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Refer back call and call forwarding
During a telephone conversation, you may go use refer back and speak to another call partner. Your initial call partner is left waiting. The same applies
when your call partner also goes to a refer-back call. It is also possible to
transfer the caller.
Activating a refer-back call
You are speaking on the handset.
R
Activate a refer-back call. Please dial appears in the display. Your call
partner cannot hear you.
7
P Q R S
6
M N O
5
J K L
4
G H I
Enter the desired number, e.g. 7 6 5 4. The number 7654 appears in the display. The connection is made. Your initial call partner is left waiting.
Switching to the other call partner
R
Switch over using the R button.
Disconnecting the current call partner
Disconnect using the LEFT SOFTKEY.
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Forwarding a caller
You are speaking on the handset.
R
Activate a refer-back call. Please dial appears in the display.
7
P Q R S
6
M N O
5
J K L
4
G H I
Enter the desired number, e.g. 7 6 5 4.
Replace the handset.
NOTE
You may connect the caller without having to wait until the third subscriber answers.
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Switching between lines (call partners)
During a conversation, you may dial a second call number (internal or external) and subsequently switch between the two call partners. The waiting call
partner cannot hear the other conversation. You can always see which partner
you are currently connected to on the display.
Starting a second conversation
You are speaking on the handset.
Activate a refer-back call.
7
P Q R S
6
M N O
5
J K L
4
G H I
Enter the desired number, e.g. 7 6 5 4. The number 7654 appears in the display. Your initial call partner is left waiting.
Switching
R
The R button can be used to switch from the call partner just connected to the
waiting call partner, and vice versa.
Disconnecting the current call partner
Clrdown. You are connected to the remaining call partner.
Ending switching between lines
Replace the handset. Your own line is free again. The other two call partners
are connected to each other.
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Conference
You may hold conversation with two call partners at the same time. Each subscriber can speak to the other two subscribers. To do this, the function must
be enabled for your handset within the system. Your system administrator will
inform you of the required code.
Activating a conference
You are speaking on the handset.
R
Activate a refer-back call.
4
G H I
5
J K L
6
M N O
7
P Q R S
Enter the desired number, e.g. 4 5 6 7. You will be connected.
Your initial call partner is left waiting.
R
Switching.
4
G H I
Enter the code for callback, e.g. 4. The following appears in the display: Conf.
You may now speak with both subscribers at the same time.
NOTE
If the conference cannot be set up, you will hear a rejection tone.
Ending a conference
R
Go to refer-back all. You are now connected alternately to the two call partners
and are able to switch between them (switching between lines).
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Second Call
Ending a call; answering a second call
You are speaking on the handset. You will hear a call-waiting tone. The display shows an incoming call. A second call is waiting.
Replace the handset.
Your handset rings.
Lift the handset.
NOTE
The second call can be switched off (see page 90). You will not receive a second call if you answer a call directly after dialling. Neither
can you receive a second call if you already have one, if you are in
conference mode, when on a reger-back call or when switching between lines.
Interrupting a call; answering a second call
You are speaking on the handset. You will hear a call-waiting tone. The display shows an incoming call. A second call is waiting.
O K
Use the SELECTOR to go to the second call. Your initial call partner is left waiting.
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Return to the first conversation
O K
Use the SELECTOR to change.
Refer-back call in the second call
You are answering a second call.
R
Activate a refer-back call. Please dial appears in the display.
7
P Q R S
6
M N O
5
J K L
4
G H I
Enter the desired number, e.g. 7 6 5 4. The number 7654 appears in the display. The connection is established. The second call is left waiting.
Switching back to the second call
R
Switch over using the R button.
Disconnecting the current call partner
Disconnect using the LEFT SOFTKEY.
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Forwarding a second call
You are answering a second call.
R
Activate a refer-back call. Please dial appears in the display.
7
P Q R S
6
M N O
5
J K L
4
G H I
Enter the desired number, e.g. 7 6 5 4.
O K
Press SELECTOR. The second caller is connected with the consultation subscriber. You are now reconnected to the first subscriber.
NOTE
You may connect the caller without having to wait until the third subscriber answers.
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Code dialing
Within your telephone system, frequently used call numbers are stored centrally under specific code numbers. You may dial any of these numbers by
simply entering the respective code number. The code for enabling code dialling in your telephone system is determined by the system administrator.
Using code dialling
7
Ü
P Q R S
Enter the code for code dialling, e.g. STAR 7. The code appears in the display:
*7.
1
2
A B C
Enter the desired number, e.g. 1 2. If the stored number is incomplete, enter
the subsequent numbers now!
Lift the handset. The call number is dialled automatically. You may cancel using the LEFT SOFTKEY.
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Local telephone directory
You can store up to 250 numbers. These numbers are not stored in the telephone system, but locally on your MEM-Card.
Searching for an entry using the arrow keys
O K
Menu Local tel. dir.
O K
O K
Menu Search
O K
Confirm.
O K
Search for the entry, e.g. Claes.
Confirm the desired entry using the RIGHT SOFTKEY. The number appears in the
display, e.g. 6087. You may change it.
Lift the handset.
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Searching for an entry by entering the first letter
O K
Menu Local tel. dir.
O K
O K
Menu Search
O K
Confirm.
2
A B C
2
A B C
2
A B C
Enter the first letter, e.g. C. In the display appears the first entry with C, e.g.
Carl.
O K
Search for the entry, e.g. Claes.
O K
Confirm the desired number. The number appears in the display, e.g. 6087.
You may change it.
Lift the handset.
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Rapid search for an entry
2
2
A B C
A B C
2
A B C
Enter the first letter (press the first key for a long period), e.g. C. In the display
appears the first entry with C, e.g. Carl.
O K
Search for the entry, e.g. Claes.
O K
Confirm the desired number. The number appears in the display, e.g. 6087.
You may change it.
Lift the handset.
Call number consisting of a number of directory entries
The telephone directory can also be used to store parts of a call number, e.g.
the code for a particular network provider. You can call up the network provider from the directory followed by the number.
O K
Menu Local tel. dir.
O K
O K
Menu Search
O K
Confirm.
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O K
Search for the first entry, e.g. Connection-King.
O K
Confirm. The following appears in the display, e.g. 001034.
O K
Menu Local tel. dir.
O K
O K
Menu Search
O K
Confirm.
O K
Search for the second entry, e.g. Reichert.
O K
Confirm. In the display appears, e.g. 001034242260.
Lift the handset.
NOTE
A time in which you can call up more than one number in the local
telephone directory is limited.
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New entry
O K
Menu Local tel. dir.
O K
O K
Menu New entry
O K
Confirm.
7
P Q R S
6
M N O
5
J K L
4
G H I
Enter the number (up to 32 digits), e.g. 7 6 5 4.
O K
Confirm.
…
Enter the name (up to 16 characters). For an explanation of how to do this,
see page 25.
2
A B C
O K
Confirm. Change entry? appears in the display.
O K
Confirm.
NOTE
You can also store those key combinations for settings in the telephone directory which require the SELECTOR (OK) and HASH (redial) buttons (see page 119).
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Changing an entry
O K
Menu Local tel. dir.
O K
O K
Menu Edit
O K
O K
Confirm. Search for the entry, e.g. Claes.
O K
Confirm.
7
P Q R S
6
M N O
5
J K L
4
G H I
Change the number, e.g. 7 6 5 4 (up to 32 digits). For an explanation of how to
do this, see page 25.
O K
Confirm.
…
Change the name (up to 16 characters). For an explanation of how to do this,
see page 25.
2
A B C
O K
Confirm. The following appears in the display: entry?
O K
Confirm.
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Deleting an individual entry
O K
Menu Local tel. dir.
O K
O K
Menu Clear entry
O K
O K
Confirm. Search for the entry, e.g. Claes.
O K
Confirm. The following appears in the display: delete?
O K
Confirm.
Deleting all entries
O K
Menu Local tel. dir.
O K
O K
Menu Clear all
O K
Confirm.
7
P Q R S
6
M N O
5
J K L
4
G H I
Enter the additional PIN, e.g. 7 6 5 4 (see page 95).
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O K
Confirm. Display: Really delete all entries?
O K
Confirm.
Querying the free capacity
O K
Menu L ocal tel. dir.
O K
O K
Menu Capacity
O K
Confirm. In the display appears, e.g. Positions: 250 incl. free: 45
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Central telephone directory
If your TK system is equipped with a central phonebook, you can search for
entries with your handset there and select them conveniently. You must be entitled to access the central phonebook. Ask the person in charge of your system, if necessary. (V 2.0 - 07/2007)
Searching for an entry
Ü
Press and hold the STAR key for a long period. the number keys are now prepared to accept letters.
2
2
A B C
2
A B C
A B C
Enter the initial letter of the entry searched for, e.g. „C“. The display shows C.
4
G H I
4
G H I
4
G H I
Enter the next letter, if applicable, e.g. „I“. The display shows CI.
You can enter more letters in the same way. The letters are displayed.
O K
Confirm the letter entry using the SELECTOR key or wait for about 10 seconds.
The display briefly shows please wait ...
Afterwards the first entry of the central phonebook matching the letters entered
is displayed, e.g. Cimino, Michel.
O K
Go on scrolling until you find the desired entry, if applicable.
NOTE
With older system software, you may have to press and hold down the
STAR key for a long period before entering each letter.
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You can also search for entries when you have already „lifted the
handset“ or initiated a refer-back call.
If you want to cancel the search, simply press the „R“ key.
Press the soft key DELETE to delete the letter entered last and replace it
with another one.
Call up the entire entry
In addition to the name you can also call up the department and the phone
number of an entry. An entry is displayed ... then ...
#
Press and hold the HASH key for a long period. The department and, if there is
sufficient space on the display, the phone number of the entry are displayed.
#
Press and hold the HASH key for a long period. The phone number of the entry
is displayed.
Select the entry displayed
The desired entry of the central phonebook is displayed. Then ...
Lift the handset.
You can also display an entry including the department and phone number by
pressing the „OK“ key. Any information on the entry is then displayed in two lines.
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Call list
If a call does not reach you it is stored in the call list (the last 10 numbers). You
may call back directly from the list.
An entry contains number, name (where available), day and time of last call, a
+ for a new entry, as well as the number of attempts.
If an external call is present without specification of number, the display will
show: No call number.
Viewing the call list
LIST appears in the display if unread entries are present.
0
Press the 0 key (long).
NOTE
You can also reach call list by pressing the SELECTOR upwards when in
basic status.
Viewing the call list when more than one list is active
0
Press the 0 key (long). The display shows, e.g. Mail list.
O K
Press the SELECTOR key downwards and scroll through to the Call list option.
O K
Confirm with the SELECTOR.
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Scrolling down the call list
O K
O K
Press the SELECTOR upwards or downwards. The display shows, e.g. 7442
Smith 16.02 10:21 + 01.
If the number or name is too long
If the number or the name is longer than 16 characters, it appears abbreviated
in the display. You may have the entire number displayed (up to 32 characters).
#
Press the HASH key for a long period.
Selecting from the call list
The display shows, e.g. 7442 Smith 16.02 10:21 + 01.
Lift the handset. As soon as you reach the subscriber the entry is automatically
cleared.
Deleting an entry in the call list
The display shows, e.g. 7442 Smith 16.02 10:21 + 01.
Ü
Press the STAR key (long) and the LEFT SOFTKEY.
… or …
0
Press the 0 key.
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Press the LEFT SOFTKEY.
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Message Waiting
If voicemail is connected to your system, callers can leave messages for you
as they would on an answering machine. The “message waiting” list stores the
new messages on voicemail that you have not yet listened to.
An entry contains the number of the voicemail, the day and time of the last call
and a + to denote a new message.
“Message waiting” message arrives
Your handset emits a special information tone.
Look at the “Message waiting” list
MW appears in the display if there are messages that have not yet been listened to.
0
Press the 0 key (long).
NOTE
You can also reach the “Message waiting” list by pressing the SELECTOR
upwards when in basic status.
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Viewing the “Message waiting” list when a number of other lists
are active
0
Press the 0 key (long). The display shows, e.g. Mail list.
O K
Press the SELECTOR key several times downwards and scroll to the option MW
Consult.
O K
Confirm with the SELECTOR.
Scrolling through the “Message waiting” list
O K
O K
Scroll in stages: press the SELECTOR key upwards or downwards. The display
shows e.g. 465 16.02 10:21 +
Access message
The display shows, e.g. 465 16.02 10:21 +
Lift the handset. You are connected to voicemail.
NOTE
Please consult the relevant passages in the operating instructions to
learn how to listen to messages on voicemail.
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Delete an entry in the “Message waiting” list
Once you have listened to all messages on your voicemail, the entry in the
message waiting list will be deleted automatically.
NOTE
Please consult the relevant passages in the operating instructions to
learn how to delete messages on voicemail.
Leaving the “Message waiting” list
Press the LEFT SOFTKEY.
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Call diversion
You may divert calls from your handset to another telephone. The other telephone may also comprise an external set, provided that this feature is enabled
for your handset. Your system administrator will inform you of the required
code.
Activating a call diversion
4
Ü
G H I
Enter the code for call diversion, e.g. STAR 4. The code appears in the display:
*4.
3
D E F
0
5
J K L
0
Dial the call number of the participant you want to divert, e.g. 3 0 5 0. The call
number will be behind the code in the display: *43050
Lift the handset. You will hear an acknowledgement tone.
Replace the handset. The following will appear in the display 6218 > 3050.
NOTE
You will hear a special dial tone from your handset while the call diversion is activated.
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Deactivating a call diversion
#
4
G H I
Enter the code for call transfer OFF, e.g. HASH 4. The display shows #4.
Lift the handset. You will hear an acknowledgement tone.
Replace the handset.
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Call diversion when your handset is busy
You may divert calls from your handset to another telephone, if your line is
busy. Your system administrator will inform you of the required code.
Activate call diversion when busy
6
Ü
M N O
Enter the code for call diversion when busy, e.g. STAR 6. The display shows *6.
3
5
0
D E F
J K L
0
Dial the call number of the participant you want to divert, e.g. 3 0 5 0. The call
number will be behind the code in the display: *63050
Lift the handset. You will hear an acknowledgement tone.
Replace the handset.
Deactivate call diversion when busy
#
6
M N O
Enter the code for call diversion when busy OFF, e.g. HASH 6. The display
shows #6.
Lift the handset. You will hear an acknowledgement tone.
Replace the handset.
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Call diversion when your handset cannot be
reached
You may divert calls from to another telephone, if your handset cannot be
reached (e.g. it is switched off or outside of the radio range of a base station).
Your system administrator can give you the code.
Activate call diversion when unobtainable
1
Ü
5
J K L
Enter the code for call diversion when unobtainable, e.g. STAR 1 5. The display
shows *15.
3
D E F
0
5
J K L
0
Dial the call number of the participant you want to divert, e.g. 3 0 5 0. The call
number will be behind the code in the display: *153050
Lift the handset. You will hear an acknowledgement tone.
Replace the handset.
NOTE
If your handset is unobtainable and you have not set up call diversion
when unobtainable, the caller will be greeted with the announcement
“The subscriber is currently unavailable”.
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Deactivate call diversion when unobtainable
#
1
5
J K L
Enter the code for call diversion when unobtainable OFF, e.g. HASH 1 5. The
display shows #15.
Lift the handset. You will hear an acknowledgement tone.
Replace the handset.
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(Delayed) call transfer
You can divert calls to another telephone for a time. This makes sence if, for
example, you are in a meeting. Your system administrator can give you the
code.
Activate delayed call transfer
5
Ü
J K L
Enter the code for call forwarding, e.g. STAR 5. The display shows *5.
3
D E F
5
0
J K L
0
Dial the call number of the participant you want to divert, e.g. 3 0 5 0. The call
number will be behind the code in the display: *53050
Lift the handset. You will hear an acknowledgement tone.
Replace the handset.
Deactivate delayed call transfer
#
5
J K L
Enter the code for call transfer OFF, e.g. HASH 5. The display shows #5.
Lift the handset. You will hear an acknowledgement tone.
Replace the handset.
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Follow me (call diversion from)
From your own headset, you can divert calls from another telephone to yourself. To do this, you have to:
„ Prepare this function on another telephone (see below) – your system administrator can give you the code.
and
„ Enter the call number of the other telephone from your handset (see
page 65).
At the desired time you can then
„ activate the “Follow me” function with your headset (activating "Follow me",
see page 66).
Enabling follow me – at another telephone
Lift the handset.
1
1
5
J K L
Enter the code for enabling “Follow me”, e.g. 1 1 5. You will hear an acknowledgement tone.
Replace the handset.
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Deactivating follow me – at another telephone
Lift the handset.
1
1
6
M N O
Enter the code for deactivating “Follow me”, e.g. 1 1 6.
Replace the handset.
Entering the call number of the other telephone from your handset
O K
Menu Addit. services
O K
O K
Menu Call diversion
O K
O K
Menu Call div. from. The current setting for “Follow me” is on the display,
e.g. Free.
2
A B C
0
7
P Q R S
8
T U V
Specify the call number from which you wish to divert calls to your handset,
e.g. 2 0 7 8. The number appears in the display: 2078
O K
End the input.
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Deleting the number of the other telephone on your handset
O K
Menu Addit. services
O K
O K
Menu Call diversion
O K
O K
Menu Delete
O K
End “Follow me” function.
Activate “Follow me”
Your handset is in basic status.
Ü
#
Switch on: Press STAR (long) and then HASH. The following appears briefly in
the display: Follow me active. When inactive, display shows FM.
NOTE
The following appears in the display when performing the function:
Follow me action refused. This may mean that the function is
not enabled at the other telephone, that it has been switched off at the
other telephone, or that no destination has been entered.
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End “Follow me” function
When inactive, display shows FM.
Ü
#
Switch off: Press STAR (long) and then HASH. The following appears briefly in
the display: Follow me inactive.
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Pick-up
You may answer the call on your handset when another telephone rings. If you
are assigned to a group, this also works in an undirected way for any telephone within the group. You require a code to do this. These codes can be obtained from the system administrator.
General pick-up
Another telephone rings, e.g. 3050.
2
Ü
A B C
3
D E F
Enter the code, e.g. STAR 2 3.
3
D E F
0
5
J K L
0
Enter the number of the ringing telephone, e.g. 3 0 5 0.
Lift the handset.
You are connected.
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Undirected group pick-up
Another telephone within your group rings.
2
Ü
A B C
4
G H I
Enter the code, e.g. STAR 2 4.
Lift the handset.
You are connected.
Group pick-up
Another telephone within your group rings, e.g. 3.
2
Ü
A B C
5
J K L
Enter the code, e.g. STAR 2 5.
3
D E F
Enter the number of the group member, e.g. 3.
Lift the handset.
You are connected.
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DTMF post-dialling (digits as tone signals)
During a connection, you can transmit digits (e.g. for remote control of an answering machine). Your system administrator can give you the code.
Transmitting digits
You are speaking on the handset.
2
1
Ü
A B C
Enter the code for switching to DTMF post-dialing, e.g. STAR 1 2.
6
M N O
7
P Q R S
8
T U V
9
W X Y Z
Enter the first letter, e.g. 6 7 8 9. Every digit will be transmitted as DTMF signals.
NOTE
You can store the code for DTMF post-dialing in the local telephone directory.
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Automatic deactivation of DTMF postdialling
DTMF postdialling is deactivated automatically after a certain time.
DTMF postdialling is automatically deactivated when the handset is replaced.
Manual deactivation of DTMF postdialling
#
1
2
A B C
Enter the code, e.g. HASH 1 2.
NOTE
In the event that the code for deactivating contains a hash symbol, and
you wish to transmit a hash (#) as a DTMF tone signal, you should
then press the HASH symbol twice: (##).
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Call charge display
You may view the charges incurred by the last call as well as the total incurred
by all calls made since the charges were last cleared. You may also specify
how the charges are to be shown in the display. To do this, you must switch on
the “receive charges” function on the handset. The function must be enabled
within the telephone system.
Switching the “receive charges” function on or off at the handset
O K
Menu Addit. services
O K
O K
Menu Recv. charges
When you select the menu Receive call charges, the setting “off” is always offered first.
O K
O K
Select the selection process, e.g. on.
O K
Confirm.
NOTE
If the “receive charges” function has been switched on, the totalizing
meter will still add up the charges even if the call charge display is
switched off. If the “receive charges” function has been switched off,
the totalizing meter will no longer add up the charges and remains at
its current value.
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Call charge display during an ongoing conversation
You may configure your handset to display the call charges when you are
speaking on the handset.
NOTE
You can also set the “receive charges” function with codes instead of
using the Addit. services menu (see page 119).
Displaying the total call charges for the current call
O K
Menu Addit. services
O K
O K
Menu Current charges
O K
O K
Menu Current conversation
O K
Confirm.
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Displaying the total call charges for all calls
O K
Menu Addit. services
O K
O K
Menu Current charges
O K
O K
Menu All calls
O K
Confirm.
No display of charges
O K
Menu Addit. services
O K
O K
Menu Current charges
O K
O K
Menu No charges
O K
Confirm.
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Displaying the call charges as units
O K
Menu Addit. services
O K
O K
Menu Current charges
O K
O K
Menu Units
O K
Confirm.
Displaying the call charges as an amount
O K
Menu Addit. services
O K
O K
Menu Current charges
O K
O K
Menu Amount
O K
Confirm.
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Checking current charges
O K
Menu Addit. services
O K
O K
Menu Display charges.
The display indicates the call charges incurred by the last call and the total
charges incurred by all calls since the meter was last cleared.
Return to basic status by pressing the LEFT SOFTKEY.
Clearing the call charge meter
O K
Menu Addit. services
O K
O K
Menu Erase charges
5
J K L
6
M N O
7
P Q R S
8
T U V
Enter the additional PIN (see page 96),e.g. 5 6 7 8. It is not in the display.
O K
Confirm.
NOTE
To be able to clear the call charge meter, this function must be enabled for your handset.
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Changing call diversions by remote control
You can call up your TC system from anywhere and set up or change a call diversion for your handset or other telephones. This is possible using any telephone with DTMF post-dialing.
“Changing call diversions by remote control” must be released by service.
Service will also notify you of the tie-line transmission programmable access
code and the PIN code.
Select call subscriber whose call diversion is to be changed
6
0
M N O
9
W X Y Z
7
P Q R S
5
J K L
0
5
J K L
Call the number of your TC system from an external telephone, e.g. 0 6 9 7 5
0 5.
8
T U V
9
W X Y Z
Enter the tie line circuit discrimination code, e.g. 8 9. You will hear a dialing
tone as confirmation.
6
M N O
5
0
5
J K L
J K L
Enter the call number of the subscriber whose call diversion you wish to
change.
1
2
A B C
3
D E F
4
G H I
Enter the PIN, e.g. 1 2 3 4.
Now set up, change or deactivate a call diversion.
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6
Ü
7
M N O
P Q R S
Enter the code for “activate follow me”, e.g. STAR 6 7.
0
8
0
T U V
9
W X Y Z
7
P Q R S
5
J K L
4
G H I
3
D E F
Enter the external line code to which the calls should be diverted, e.g. 0 0 8 9 7
5 4 3. After a short time, an acknowledgement tone will sound as a confirmation.
NOTE
In some cases you will only be able to set up call diversions from certain, previously defined telephones. Service will notify you of this.
Deactivate call diversion
Ü
6
M N O
7
P Q R S
Enter the code for “deactivate follow me”, e.g. HASH 6 7.
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Telephoning with the system while away
You can call up your TC system from anywhere and, for example, conduct expensive foreign calls using the system. The charges are then accrued by the
system. This is possible using any telephone with DTMF post-dialing.
“Telephoning via the system” must be released by service.
Service will also notify you of the tie line circuit discrimination code and of
whether a PIN code is necessary.
6
0
M N O
9
W X Y Z
7
5
P Q R S
5
0
J K L
J K L
Call the number of your TC system from an external telephone, e.g. 0 6 9 7 5
0 5.
8
T U V
9
W X Y Z
Enter the tie line circuit discrimination code, e.g. 8 9. You will hear a dialing
tone as confirmation.
2
1
3
A B C
4
D E F
G H I
If necessary, enter the PIN, e.g. 1 2 3 4.
0
0
0
4
G H I
1
9
W X Y Z
7
P Q R S
5
J K L
4
G H I
3
D E F
Enter the external line code of the system and the call number which you want
to call using the TC system, e.g. 0 0 0 4 1 9 7 5 4 3. This number will be called
right away.
NOTE
In some cases you will only be able to telephone via the system from
certain, previously defined telephones. Service will notify you of this.
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Muting the microphone
You may switch off the microphone on your handset while telephoning. The
handset remains switched on. Your call partner cannot hear you, but you can
hear him.
Muting the microphone
You are speaking on the handset.
1
To switch off microphone: press key 1 for a long period.
play.
appears in the dis-
Reactivating the microphone
The microphone is off.
appears in the display.
1
To switch on microphone: press key 1 for a long period. You may continue telephoning.
NOTE
If you end a call with the microphone muted, the microphone will be
automatically reactivated when the next call is made.
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Hear conversation via speaker
(Handsfree operation)
You can switch on the loudspeaker installed for handsfree operation. You can
then hear your caller’s over the speaker and you can speak with him or her.
You can achieve the best handsfree qulality id you place the handset with the
keys facing down on the table.
Switching on the loudspeaker for handsfree operation
You are speaking on the handset.
R
To switch on microphone: Press the R key for a long period.
display.
appears in the
Switching off the handsfree loudspeaker again
You are speaking on the handset. The conversation will played on the loudspeaker for handsfree operation.
appears in the display.
R
To switch off the loudspeaker: press the R key for a long period.
NOTE
The handsfree microphone is switched off automatically once you
hang up the call.
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Handsfree operation with the handset in the charger
You are speaking on the handset.
Place the handset in the charger. It will be automatically set for handsfree
operation.
appears in the display.
NOTE
Your service can arrange that the converstion is concluded when your
handset is placed back in the charger.
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Setting the handset
You may make the handset settings when in basic status.
Ringing signal
The setting “set acoustics” applies for the ringing tone with the Message function!
O K
Menu Set telephone
O K
O K
Menu SET ACOUSTICS
O K
Confirm.
O K
Make the desired ringing setting, e.g. Ringing tone. You may choose between ringing tone, vibrating, both, short ringing tone and mute.
O K
Confirm.
NOTE
Your handset does not vibrate in the charger. When you have selected
vibration as the calling signal, the ringing tone will sound for a short
period when a call is registered. If you have selected mute as the call
signal, the corresponding symbol appears in the display (see
page 12).
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Ringing tone volume
O K
Menu Set telephone
O K
O K
Menu Ringing tone volume
O K
Confirm selection.
Your handset will now ring at the set volume.
6
M N O
Enter the desired value between 0 and 9, e.g. 6. The entered value appears in
the display: Prog 5 2 6
Your handset rings at the desired volume. (The setting is not yet active.)
O K
Store the volume. The setting is now active.
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Ringing tone melody
O K
Menu Set telephone
O K
O K
Menu Ringing tone melody
O K
Confirm selection.
Your handset rings with the set melody.
4
G H I
Enter the desired value between 0 and 9, e.g. 4. The entered value appears in
the display: Prog 5 5 4
Your handset rings with the desired melody. (The setting is not yet active.)
O K
Store the melody. The setting is now active.
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Key beep
O K
Menu Set telephone
O K
O K
Menu key beep
O K
Select settings, e.g. sound.
O K
Confirm.
Handset volume
O K
Menu Set telephone
O K
O K
Menu Handset volume
O K
Confirm.
3
D E F
Enter the handset volume (from 1 to 6), e.g. 3.
O K
Confirm.
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Temporarily adjusting the handset volume during conversation
You can telephone in the normal fashion or with the speaker turned on for
handsfree operation.
O K
O K
Keep the upper or lower part of the SELECTOR depressed for a longer period
until you hear a special information tone with a low tone pitch for confirmation.
O K
O K
Repeat the procedure until the volume reaches an appropriate level.
The set volume remains effective for the current conversation. Thereafter, the
set volume for the handset or the speaker for handsfree operation will be active again.
NOTE
The handset volume setting does not affect the volume for the handsfree loudspeaker.
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Permanently setting the handset volume during conversation
You can telephone in the normal fashion or with the speaker turned on for
handsfree operation.
O K
O K
Keep the upper or lower part of the SELECTOR depressed for a longer period
until you hear a special information tone with a low tone pitch for confirmation.
O K
O K
Repeat depressing the key to increase or decrease the volume.
O K
Confirm.
The current volume for the handset or for the loudspeaker has been permanently saved.
Lighting
The FC1 / FC1 Ex handset has an illuminated display.
O K
Menu Set telephone
O K
O K
Menu lighting
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The functions
O K
Select the type of lighting, e.g. Off. You may choose between off and automatic (lighting is switched on automatically when the handset is used).
O K
Confirm.
Switching the call list on or of f
O K
Menu Addit. services
O K
O K
Menu Call list
When you select the menu Call list, the setting “off” is always offered first.
O K
O K
Select the selection process, e.g. On.
O K
Confirm.
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Switching the "second call" on or of f
O K
Menu Addit. services
O K
O K
Menu Second call
When you select the menu Second call, the setting “off” is always offered
first.
O K
O K
Select the selection process, e.g. On.
O K
Confirm.
Switching the alert tones on or off
You can decide whether you hear alert or special information tone,
„ Shortly before you leave the radio range of the base station with the handset,
„ Shortly before your handset battery is empty and
„ Everytime you put your handset in the charger.
O K
Menu Set telephone
O K
O K
Menu Alert tones
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O K
Select the selection process, e.g. On.
O K
Confirm.
Reset
With the reset, you put some of the settings back to their original, default settings:
„ Secret number of the headset (0000)
„ Calling signal (call signal + vibration)
„ Key beep (on)
„ Handset volume (3)
„ Lighting (on)
„ Alert tones (on).
The PIN must be entered for this purpose. When you receive your handset,
the PIN is set to 0000. Refer to page 95 for more information about the PIN.
O K
Menu Set telephone
O K
O K
Menu Reset
O K
Confirm.
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2
A B C
3
D E F
4
G H I
5
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J K L
Enter the PIN, e.g. 2 3 4 5.
O K
Confirm. The following appears in the display: Really reset?
O K
Confirm.
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Emergency call
When your handset is locked, the only function that can be used is the emergency call number. The following appears in the display above the right
softkey: Emergency call.
Emergency calls using the emergency call button at the left side of the top
are always available – even if the handset is not locked.
Emergency calls during business handset locked may be released also by
pressing the RIGHT SOFTKEY twice.
NOTE
The SOS emergency call is not available in the following cases: if an
emergency call number has not been entered; during a call; while a
call or a message is being received; or if the handset is not within the
range of the telephone system.
Setting up and changing emergency call numbers
O K
Menu Set telephone
O K
O K
Menu Emergency No.
O K
Confirm.
2
A B C
3
D E F
4
G H I
5
J K L
Enter the PIN, e.g. 2 3 4 5.
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O K
Confirm.
6
M N O
6
M N O
6
M N O
6
M N O
Enter or changing emergency numbers, e.g. 6 6 6 6.
O K
Confirm.
Deleting emergency call number
In order to delete an emergency call number, you must start the change procedure as shown above. Now delete the displayed emergency call number by
pressing the LEFT SOFTKEY for a long period and confirm by pressing the SELECTOR or the RIGHT SOFTKEY.
Making an emergency call when the handset is locked
The handset is locked. Emergency call appears in the display above the
RIGHT SOFTKEY.
Press the RIGHT SOFTKEY. The emergency call number appears in the display,
e.g. 6666 ?
O K
Confirm. The emergency call number is dialled.
Making an emergency call with the emergency call key
Press the emergency call button at the top for a long period. The emergency
call number is dialled.
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Personal Identification Number (PIN)
Important settings and functions of your handset are safeguarded by means of
a four-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN). You can change the PIN.
The PIN also enables you to lock your handset.
Take good note of your PIN! If you forget the PIN, correction work inside the
handset will be necessary. Contact the manufacturer’s service in this case.
(V 1.9 - 12/2005)
Regular PIN
O K
Menu Lock
O K
O K
Menu Create PIN
O K
Confirm.
0
0
0
0
Enter the old regular PIN. (When delivered, this is set to 0 0 0 0). The digits do
not appear in the display.
O K
Confirm.
2
A B C
3
D E F
4
G H I
5
J K L
Enter the new regular PIN, e.g. 2 3 4 5. The digits do not appear in the display.
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O K
Confirm.
2
3
A B C
D E F
4
5
G H I
J K L
Re-enter the new regular PIN. The digits do not appear in the display.
O K
Confirm.
NOTE
For security reasons, you are provided with a second PIN for resetting
the call charge meter. This PIN can also be changed.
Additional PIN for call charges and special functions
O K
Press SELECTOR.
8
0
T U V
Enter the code 8 0.
#
Press the HASH key for a long period.
0
0
0
0
Enter the old additional PIN. The digits do not appear in the display. (When delivered, this is set to 0 0 0 0).
#
Press the HASH key for a long period.
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D E F
4
G H I
5
J K L
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M N O
Enter the new additional PIN, e.g. 3 4 5 6. The digits do not appear in the display.
O K
Confirm.
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Locking the handset
All functions are blocked when the handset is locked. Only the emergency call
feature will work (see page 93).
Lock
O K
Menu Lock
O K
O K
Menu Lock
O K
Confirm.
The handset is locked. In the display, you can see
.
Unlocking
The handset is locked. In the display, you can see
.
Press any key (except the RIGHT SOFTKEY). The following appears in the display:
Enter PIN.
2
A B C
3
D E F
4
G H I
5
J K L
Enter the PIN, e.g. 2 3 4 5. The digits do not appear in the display.
O K
Confirm.
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Keyboard lock via the menu
O K
Menu Set telephone
O K
O K
Menu Keyb. lock
O K
Confirm.
Keyboard lock using the keys
R
Ü
Lock: Press the STAR key (long), followed by R.
Unlocking the keyboard
The keyboard is locked.
Ü
R
Unlock: Press the STAR key (long), followed by R.
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Language
In the software for newer systems, the digits have been preset (see page 119).
If in doubt, please contact your sales representative.
You do not need to set the language of the system. This is already configured.
Determining the language of the local menu
O K
Menu Set telephone
O K
O K
Menu LANGUAGE
O K
O K
Select a language, e.g. German.
O K
Confirm.
Setting the language of the telephone system
O K
1
#
Press SELECTOR, 1, then HASH (long).
9
W X Y Z
2
A B C
1
Enter the number of the desired language, e.g. 9 2 1.
O K
Confirm.
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Messaging
Messaging enables you to send and receive brief messages with your handset.
You may send messages to individual subscribers and to groups. The call
number of a subscriber may vary from his telephone number in certain cases.
The messages are defined texts (fixed texts). The subsequent dialing any digits is permissible, as needed. The list of defined texts can be obtained from
your system administrator.
Verification for the sending party of the message:
The sender receives a confirmation of the sucessful transmission of the message, and – after having sent a message including the demand of a manual
acknowledgement – an acknowlegdement of receipt of this message by the receiving party.
The latest 10 messages are stored in a message list. You may call back the
sender directly from the list.
NOTE
The messaging functions are only available when the message server
has been connected. The message server supplements your private
telephone system.
NOTE
During reception of a message and during a possibly required manual
acknowledgement, an existing call is temporarily interrupted.
Example: User A and user B are holding a telephone conversation.
User A receives a message. From now on, the handset microphone of
user A is switched off as long as the messaging process continues including the signalling and acknowledgement time. During this period,
user B cannot hear user A anymore. However, the call is not terminated. The conversation can be continued after signalling and acknowledgement are complete. (V 1.3 - 02/2004).
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Receiving a message
Your handset rings with a special ringing tone. In the display appears the telephone number of the sender (where given) and the message, e.g. 5371
Meeting in room 109. While the message remains visible, you have the
following options.
NOTE
The ringing tone varies depending on the priority of the message.
Deactivate the ringing tone
R
Press the R button.
Cancel the message in the display
Press the LEFT SOFTKEY. The message goes to the message list. The following
appears in the idle display: mail.
Delete the message totally
0
Press the 0 key
… or …
Ü
Press the STAR key (long) and the LEFT SOFTKEY.
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Manual confirmation
Important messages are preceded by an exclamation mark, e.g. ! Meeting.
These must be manually confirmed.
Manual confirmation, positive
A message with an exclamation mark is in the display, e.g. ! Meeting in
room 109. You must confirm manually.
Press the LEFT SOFTKEY. +++OK appears in the display if the positive confirmation was sent successfully.
Manual confirmation, negative
A message with an exclamation mark is in the display, e.g. ! Meeting in
room 109. You must confirm manually.
Ü
Ü
Ü
Press the STAR key (long), then the RIGHT SOFTKEY, and then STAR (short) and
STAR again (short). ---OK appears in the display if the negative confirmation
was sent successfully.
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Message list and call list
Each entry in one of these lists contains the sender number, text, day and time
and the number of calls or delivery attempts. In case of several calls or delivery attempts of the same message, the day and time data always refer to the
most recent attempt.
Message list
The 10 most recent messages are stored in the message list (mail memory).
You may call back the sender from this list if the message was sent from another handset. The word mail in the second display line identifies a read mail
list, the word MAIL (in capitals) indicates at least one unread message. Make
sure you keep an eye on that list!
Call list
Unaccepted calls are stored in a call list (list includes 10 most recent calls).
You may call back the calling person from this list. The word LIST indicates at
least one message which you are not yet aware of. When all calls in the list
have been looked at, the word LIST does not appear any more. The 10 most
recent calls remain stored in the call list unless they are deleted manually.
Viewing the message list / call list or selecting it for evaluation
When the handset display is in basic status, it reads either MAIL LIST, MAIL,
LIST, mail LIST or mail.
O K
Press the top (upper arrow) of the SELECTOR key.
When only one of the two lists contains entries, this list is opened immediately. You may now scroll the entries of the opened list by pressing the top
(up) or the bottom (down) of the SELECTOR key again. See page 105!
When both lists contain entries, the display always shows the mail list.
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Now select the mail list or the call list by pressing the SELECTOR UP / DOWN key
again, then ...
O K
Confirm the selected list by depressing the centre of the SELECTOR key in order
to open it.
Scrolling in a called up list
O K
or O K
To scroll, press the top (up) or the bottom (down) of the SELECTOR key. The
display e.g. reads: 6789 Conference 15.05.12:26.
If the message is longer than one line
If the message is longer than 16 characters, it is shown for the moment in abbreviated form in line 1 of the display. You may have the unit show you the
message of up to 32 characters.
#
Press the hash button for a long period. The rest of the message appears in
the second display line instead of the date.
When the message is longer than 32 characters, it will be cut off after character no. 31. The 32nd character is a dot which indicates that a part of the message has been cut off.
Clearing a message or call from the list
Call up and display the message or the call first, then ...
0
Press the 0 key
... or ...
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Ü
Press STAR button (long) followed by the LEFT SOFTKEY.
Callback to the calling party from the call list ... or callback to the
sender of a message from the message list, if the message comes
from another handset within the system
Display call or message, then ...
Pick up using the HOOK ON/OFF button and wait for the called person to respond.
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Sending a message
Send a defined text
The defined texts are stored centrally. A list of defined texts can be obtained
from your system administrator.
Ü
Press the STAR key (long) and the RIGHT SOFTKEY. The following appears in the
display: Mail address.
or
Press the RIGHT SOFTKEY. for a long period. The following appears in the display: Mail address.
then ...
2
1
A B C
3
D E F
4
G H I
Enter the number, e.g. 1 2 3 4.
Ü
Press the STAR button. 1234* appears in the display.
7
P Q R S
8
T U V
Enter the number of the text, e.g. 7 8. 1234*78 appears in the display.
Ü
Press the star button. The defined text appears in the display, e.g.
1234*Meeting in Room.
You can use the LEFT SOFTKEY to make corrections, where necessary, and to
enter the number for a different text.
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#
Press the HASH key. Message sent appears briefly in the display.
NOTE
You may store the complete sending procedure for a message in the
local telephone directory, e.g. SHIFT (keep STAR depressed for a long
period), HASH, 1234, STAR, 78, STAR, STAR, 109, HASH. This is useful for
emergency calls, for example. The key sequence SHIFT, HASH, which
has been entered in the telephone directory, starts the messaging procedure when using this entry in the telephone directory for a call.
Verification
„ POS Meeting … appears soon after successful transmission of the message.
„ NEG Meeting … appears in the display shortly afterwards if the subscriber
confirms negatively or is not reachable.
„ If the subscriber is not identifiable, or has not message reacted to a message with manual confirmation, ??? Meeting … appears in the display
shortly afterwards.
Sending a defined text with postdialled digits
Ü
Press the STAR key (long) and the RIGHT SOFTKEY. The following appears in the
display: Mail address.
or
Press the RIGHT SOFTKEY. for a long period. The following appears in the display: Mail address.
then ...
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1
3
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D E F
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G H I
Enter the number, e.g. 1 2 3 4.
Ü
Press the STAR key. 1234* appears in the display.
7
P Q R S
8
T U V
Enter the number of the text, e.g. 7 8. 1234*78 appears in the display.
Ü
Press the star button. The defined text appears in the display, e.g.
1234*Meeting in Room.
You can use the LEFT SOFTKEY to make corrections, where necessary, and to
enter the number for a different text.
Ü
Press the STAR button.
1
0
9
W X Y Z
and dial digits where required, e.g. 1 0 9. In the display appears, e.g.
1234*Meeting in Room 109.
#
Press the HASH key. Message being sent appears briefly in the display.
Verification
„ POS Meeting … appears soon after successful transmission of the message.
„ NEG Meeting … appears in the display shortly afterwards if the subscriber
confirms negatively or is not reachable.
„ If the subscriber is not identifiable, or has not message reacted to a message with manual confirmation, ??? Meeting … appears in the display
shortly afterwards.
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Sending a direct call
With direct calling, you are sending a defined text with a defined number to a
defined receiver (subscriber or group). A list with the direct call numbers can
be obtained from your system administrator.
As an example the text for the direct call is assumed to be: DIRECT CALL TEXT.
Ü
Press the STAR key (long) and the right softkey. The following appears in the
display: Mail address.
or
Press the RIGHT SOFTKEY. for a long period. The following appears in the display: Mail address.
then ...
4
G H I
3
D E F
2
A B C
1
Enter the direct call number, e.g. 4 3 2 1.
#
Press the HASH key. Message being sent appears briefly in the display.
Verification
„ POS DIRECT CALL TEXT … appears soon after successful transmission of the
message.
„ NEG DIRECT CALL TEXT … appears in the display shortly afterwards if the
subscriber confirms negatively or is not reachable.
„ If the subscriber is not identifiable, or has not message reacted to a message with manual confirmation, ??? DIRECT CALL TEXT … appears in the
display shortly afterwards.
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Send a defined text with the local telephone directory
O K
Menu Local tel. dir.
O K
O K
Menu Search
O K
O K
Search for the entry, e.g. Claes.
Ü
Press the STAR key for a longer period. The following appears in the display by
the right softkey Msg.to.
Press the RIGHT SOFTKEY. The following appears in the display: 1234 Mail
address.
Ü
Press the STAR key. The following appears in the display: 1234*.
7
P Q R S
8
T U V
Enter the number of the text, e.g. 7 8. 1234*78 appears in the display.
Ü
Press the STAR key. The defined text appears in the display, e.g. 1234*Meeting in Room.
You can use the LEFT SOFTKEY to make corrections, where necessary, and to
enter the number for a different text.
Ü
Press the STAR key.
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0
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W X Y Z
Dial digits where required, e.g. 1 0 9. In the display appears, e.g. 1234*Meeting in Room 109.
#
Press the HASH key. Message being sent appears briefly in the display.
Verification
„ POS Meeting … appears soon after successful transmission of the message.
„ NEG Meeting … appears in the display shortly afterwards if the subscriber
confirms negatively or is not reachable.
„ If the subscriber is not identifiable, or has not message reacted to a message with manual confirmation, ??? Meeting … appears in the display
shortly afterwards.
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Using the handset in more than one system
Your handset can be logged on to up to ten systems. Each system is saved as
a system entry. To label each system precisely, after logging on you can
change the name of each system entry. (V 2.0 - 07/2007)
When logging onto a system, you may either use a free system entry or overwrite a system entry that is already being used.
Registering a handset
Have the 8-digit AC code ready. You can obtain this from the person in charge
for your system (system administrator). You have 2 minutes to make the setting. To log on, the handset must be within range of the telephone system.
(V 2.0 - 07/2007)
O K
Menu System
O K
O K
Menu Log on tel.
O K
O K
Select settings, e.g. System 4.
O K
O K
Select the telephone system: I33/I55
O K
Confirm. The following appears in the display: Enter PARK
…
Enter the PARK number, if known.
1
2
A B C
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O K
Confirm. The following appears in the display: Enter AC
2 ABC …
1
Enter the AC code, e.g. 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2.
O K
Confirm.
Setting the system selection mode
The handset can automatically conduct the system change automatically when
you move to another location. We recommend not changing the system selection mode without competent advice.
O K
Menu System
O K
O K
Menu Selection mode
O K
O K
Select the selection mode, e.g. automatisch.
O K
Confirm.
You have the choice between exclusive (no automatic system change) and
automatic (automatic system change).
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Selecting the system manually
If you move to another location and your handset is not set for automatic system selection, change the system manually.
O K
Menu System
O K
O K
Menu Select system
O K
O K
Select settings, e.g. System 4.
O K
Confirm.
Changing the system name
O K
Menu System
O K
O K
Menu Change name
O K
O K
Select settings, e.g. System 4.
O K
Confirm.
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…
Change the name (up to 14 characters), e.g. West Site. For an explanation
of how to do this, see page 25.
2
A B C
O K
Confirm.
Querying the telephone ID
O K
Menu System
O K
O K
Menu Telephon ID
O K
O K
Select menu IPEI oder menu IPUI.
O K
Confirm. The display shows, e.g. IPUI:0000830daa
Press the LEFT SOFTKEY for a long period to return to basic status.
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Querying the software version
O K
Menu System
O K
O K
Menu Software Version
O K
Confirm. The number appears in the software version.
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List of the message defined texts
Number
118
Defined text
Message type
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Codes for your handset
Here you can enter the codes that are set up in your telephone system. These
codes can be obtained from your system administrator.
Setting
Double Call
Code
Determine destination
Switch on
Switch off
Conference
Activating
a callback
Code dialing
Call diversion
Switch on
Switch off
Call forwarding
Switch on
Switch off
Call diversion
when busy
Switch on
Switch off
Call diversion when Switch on
cannot be reached
Switch off
Follow me
Enable at the other telephone
Deactivating at the other telephone
DTMF Post dialling Switch on
Switch off
Pick-up
General
Group pick-up
Non-specific
Direct
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Here are the numbers of the languages. Your system administrator can tell
you which languages correspond to codes 920, and 956 to 960.
Number
Language in the telephone system
920
921
German
922
English
923
French
924
Italian
925
Spanish
926
Dutch
927
Hungarian
928
Czech
929
Slovenian
950
Russian
951
Polish
952
Danish
953
Slovakian
954
Serbian
955
Croatian
956
957
958
959
960
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You can also set all the functions in the “Additional services” menu and some
functions from the “Set telephone” menu with key code combinations from the
basic state. Here are these sequences.
Setting
Follow me
Key code sequence
Other phone number
Enter telephone
OK STAR (long) HASH Telephone
OK
Delete the other telephone OK STAR (long) HASH OK
number
Activating the call list
OK 1 HASH (long) 9 0 9 OK
Deactivating the call list
OK 1 HASH (long) 9 1 9 OK
Activating second call
OK 1 HASH (long) 9 0 8 OK
Deactivating second call
OK 1 HASH (long) 9 1 8 OK
Switching on receive charges
OK 1 HASH (long) 9 0 6 OK
Switching off receive charges
OK 1 HASH (long) 9 1 6 OK
Displaying the total
call charges during
a conversation
For the current call
OK 8 2 2 OK
For all calls
OK 8 2 3 OK
No display of charges
OK 8 2 4 OK
Displaying the call charges OK 8 2 0 OK
as units
Displaying the call charges OK 8 2 1 OK
as an amount
Check current charges in basic state
OK 8 2 5 OK
Clear the call charge meter
OK 8 3 PIN code OK
Ringing tone volume
OK 5 HASH (long) 2
desired volume (0…9) OK
Ring tone melody
OK 5 HASH (long) 5
desired volume (0…9) OK
Enable access to central phonebook
OK 1 PIN Code
HASH (long) 9 7 2 OK
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Key code sequence
Disable access to central phonebook
OK 1 PIN Code
HASH (long) 9 7 3 OK
If you want to store a key combination in the telephone book, press button 1
for an extended period instead of SELECTOR.
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Technical specifications and accessories for the explosion-proof handset FC1 Ex
For technical specifications, accessories and more information about handling
explosion-proof handset versions as well as for safety informations see
the "Quick Guide" coming with the handset. (V 1.6 - 08/2004)
Standard
DECT™ (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications)
Dimensions
141 mm x 47 mm x 25 mm plus clip
Weight, handset
approx. 140 g (with battery)
Battery type
NiMH (V 1.8 - 09/2005)
Operating time for handset (with full battery)
min. 6 hours (Conversation) (V 1.8 - 09/2005)
min. 70 hours (Stand-by)
Charging time
approx. 7 hours
Frequency range
1.88 GHz … 1.9 GHz
Transmitting power
10 mW (mean)
250 mW (peak)
Permissible operating
temperature
– 10 °C to + 55 °C (handset)
+ 5 °C to + 40 °C (charging cradle)
Storage temperature
– 25 °C to + 55 °C (short time storage, up to one month)
0 °C to + 35 °C (long time storage)
Transport temperature
– 20 °C to + 60 °C
Ringing tone volume
maximal 81 dB SPL (Sound Pressure Level) at a distance
of 30 cm from the acoustic source
Signalling volume of the
emergency call tone
79 dB SPL (Sound Pressure Level) at a distance of 30 cm
from the acoustic source
Protection category for
FC1 Ex
IP 65, dust-proof and protected against water jets
(The protection category IP 65 is effective only with the original plastic seal sticked permanently to the connection socket for the headset. The usage of a headset connected to the
FC1 Ex is strictly prohibited!)
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Accessories *
„
„
„
„
* Some of the listed accessories must be or- „
„
dered separately!
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Charger FC1 S Ex
Plug-in mains unit for continental Europe
Plug-in mains unit for the UK
Changeable explosion-proof battery pack
Carrying bag
MEM-Card manager
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Technical specifications and accessories for the
handset FC1
Not for use in hazardous areas except zone 2 and zone 22 in accordance with
specifications in the manufacturer’s declarations.
Standard
DECT™ (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications)
Dimensions
138 mm x 47 mm x 21 mm plus antenna
Weight, handset
approx. 109 g (with battery)
Battery type
NiMH (V 1.8 - 09/2005)
Operating time for handset (with full battery)
min. 7 hours (Conversation) (V 2.0 - 07/2007)
min. 80 hours (Stand-by)
Charging time
approx. 7 hours
Frequency range
1.88 GHz … 1.9 GHz
Transmitting power
10 mW (mean)
250 mW (peak)
Permissible operating
temperature
– 10 °C to + 45 °C (handset)
+ 5 °C to + 40 °C (charging cradle)
Storage temperature
– 25 °C to + 55 °C (short time storage, up to one month)
0 °C to + 35 °C (long time storage)
Transport temperature
– 20 °C to + 60 °C
Ringing tone volume
maximal 81 dB SPL (Sound Pressure Level) at a distance
of 30 cm from the acoustic source
Protection category for
FC1
IP 65, dust-proof and protected against water jets.
(The protection category IP 65 is effective only as long as
the connection socket for the handset is plugged by the
original plastic seal!)
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Accessories for the charg- „ Charger for an FC1 handset
ing set *
„ Plug-in mains unit for continental Europe
„ Plug-in mains unit for the UK
„ Charger Plus for an FC1 handset amnd a rechargeable
spare battery pack
„ Plug-in mains unit Plus for continental Europe
„ Plug-in mains unit Plus for the UK
Other accessories *
„
„
„
„
* Some of the listed accessories must be ordered separately!
„
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Rechargeable spare battery pack
Carrying bag
Headset (for use with FC1 only!)
MEM-Card manager
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Table of characters
The digit keys may also be used to enter letters and numbers, e.g. for names
in the local telephone directory. Your handset will automatically switch to the
input of letters when this is required.
The second line shows you the lower-case letters. See page 25 for information
on how to enter the characters.
1
6
Space . ? ! , & : ” ( ) ‘ % £ $ 1
2
3
MNOÑØÖ6
mnoñøö6
7
A B C
ABCÄÅÀÆÇ2
abcäåàæç2
4
G H I
GHIÌ4
ghiì4
5
J K L
JKL5
jkl5
P Q R S
PQRSß7
pqrsß7
8
D E F
DEFÉÈ3
deféè3
M N O
T U V
TUVÜÙ8
tuvüù8
9
W X Y Z
WXYZ9
wxyz9
0
+–x*/=><#0
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Index
A
alert tones 90
leaving the radio range 29
authorisation 7
B
basic rules 23
entering characters 25
select a menu option 24
battery
inserting 18
missing symbol 20
putting into operation 6
removing 18
spare battery 19
block dialling 27
C
call
accepting 28
delayed transfer 63
divert 58, 60, 61, 64
forwarding 63
refer-back 34
rejecting 29
telephoning 27
call charge display 72
clear counter 76
call list 52
switch off 89
switch on 89
callback if busy 30
characters
entering 25
table of characters 127
charger
placement 19
ringing signal 83
code dialling 41
codes 119
language 120
combined handset/headset 21
conference 37
conformity 7
conversation, second 36
D
defined texts, messaging 118
delayed call transfer 63
dialling
code dialling 41
redialling 28
telephone directory 42, 50
digits, as tone signals 70
direct call, send 110
display 12
for diverted calls 29
lighting 88
lines busy 29
symbols 12
divert calls
from another telephone 64
to another telephone 58
when busy 60
when cannot be reached 61
double call 32
DTMF post-dialling 70
E
emergency call 10, 93
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F
follow me 64
activate 66
deactivating 65
enabling 64
end 67
the other telephone’s number 65
forwarding
a second call 40
H
handset
codes 119
handsfree operation volume 88
lock 98
overview 9
put into operation 16
reset 91
setting 83
switch off 23
switch on 23
unlock 98
volume 86, 88
handsfree
loudspeaker 10
operation 81
headset 21
I
ID, telephone 116
information 5
IP protection category 123, 125
K
keys 9
assignment 10
beep 86
doubly occupied 24
lock 99
L
language
codes 120
local menu 100
of the system 100
lighting 88
local telephone directory 42, 50
lock symbol 98
lock, handset 98
loudspeaker 10, 81
M
MEM-card 16
inserting 17
taking out 17
menu, select 24
message waiting 55
messages
receiving 102
messaging 101
defined texts 107, 111, 118
verification 108, 109, 110, 112
with suffix dialing 108
with telephone directory 111
microphone 11
muting 80
mute, microphone 80
N
key
table of characters 127
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name, system 115
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operating time 123, 125
overview, handset 9
P
paging 101
personal identification 96
personal identification number 95
additional 96
pick-up
general 68
group pick-up 69
PIN 95, 96
additional 96
protection category 123, 125
putting into operation 16
R
redialling 28
refer-back call 34
reset 91
ringing
melody 85
volume 84
ringing signal 83
ringing tone
melody 85
switch off 28
volume 84
S
second call 38
switch off 90
switch on 90
second conversation 36
selection, system 114
selector key 10, 24
Index
sending
defined texts 107, 111
direct call 110
receiving a message 102
with suffix dialing 108
software version 117
SOS 93
spare battery 19
speaker 10, 81
specifications, technical 123, 125
switch off, handset 23
switch on, handset 23
switching between lines 36
symbols (display) 12
system 113
selection 114
system name 115
T
technical specifications 123, 125
telephone directory, local 42, 50
telephone ID 116
telephoning 27
three-party conference 37
tone signal
transmission of digits 70
U
unlock, handset 98
V
version, software 117
vibrating 83
volume
handset 86, 88
handsfree operation 88
ringing tone 84
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where to install 5
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