User manual | Binatone 410 Telephone User Manual

Installing (or Replacing) the Battery
Spirit 410 Corded Telephone
IMPORTANT - Before removing the battery compartment cover,always
make sure the base unit is disconnected from the telephone line.
In the box you will find:
• Base Unit
• Handset
• Coiled Handset cord
• Telephone line cord
for Base unit
• User manual
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BE CAREFUL to check that there are no electrical wires hidden in the wall.
Fix two screws (supplied with the unit) at the marked locations, leaving
approximately 7mm between the wall and the the screw head.
Hang the cradle unit on the screws using the wall mount slots.
You may need to remove the telephone from the wall and tighten the screws so
that the cradle is securely fixed and does not wobble . Place the Handset on the
cradle with the parking hook on the cradle arranged to fit in the parking recess
under the earpiece on the Handset.
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Keep the packing
materials in a safe
place in case you later
need to transport
the unit
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Keep your sales (till)
receipt, which is your
guarantee.
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4.
LCD Screen
Ringer light indication
M1,M2,M3 Memory buttons
Scroll Up & Down buttons
3. Desk/Wall mount installation
Desk Mount
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„ Install 2 pcs of Alkaline AAA batteries into the battery compartment and
place back the cover before use.
Unpacking your phone
To place the Spirit 410 on a desk, connect the stand to
the bottom of the phone in the slots near the rear of the base
as shown below .
4. Setting up your phone
Press the SET/STO button to enter the menu and then use UP or DOWN buttons to cycle
through the following options:
„ SET 3 FLASH
„ SET 1 DATE
„ SET 2 LCD
Note: The system will time out if you leave more than 8 seconds between key presses.
Set Time/Date
5. Delete button
6. Set/Store button
7. Memory button
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8. LNR(Last Number Redial) button
9. Speakerphone button
Insert the rigid clips of the stand into the slots on the bottom of
the phone (near the rear of the base). Press down firmly until
the flexible clips clicks into place.
To remove the stand, (1) pinch the flexible clips, ( 2) pull back
the stand, and then (3) slide up and forward (3) as shown below.
10. Mute button
11.R(Recall) button
12.Pause button
Important note---back up batteries
The Spirit 410 requires 2 x 1.5V AAA size Alkaline batteries
installed into the battery compartment before use.
Warning: The caller display will not work without batteries
installed.
2. Installation
Wall Mount
To place the Spirit 410 on a wall, connect the stand to the
bottom of the phone in the slots near the front of the base
cover as shown below.
1. Locating the Base unit
The Base unit should be placed on a level surface, in a position where:
„ the telephone line cable will reach your telephone line socket or extension socket.
„ it is not close to a sink, bath or shower, or anywhere else where it might get wet.
„ it is not close to other electrical equipment - fridges, washing machines,
microwave ovens, TVs, fluorescent lights, etc.
2. Plug the coiled handset cord into the Handset.
Plug the other end into the jack on the left
side of the Base unit.
3. Place the Handset in the Base unit.
to Modular
Wall jack
Always use the
telephone line
cord supplied
with your
Spirit 410 phone.
Other telephone
line cords may
not work.
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Press SET/STO button to confirm.
Ö The 'year' icon will be blinking.
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Press UP or DOWN button to set the year.
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Press SET/STO button to confirm.
Ö The 'month' icon will be blinking.
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Press UP or DOWN button to set the month.
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Press SET/STO button to confirm.
Ö The 'date' icon will be blinking.
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Press UP or DOWN button to set the date.
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Press SET/STO button to confirm.
Ö The 'hour' icon will be blinking.
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Press UP or DOWN button to set the hour.
Setting up continue...
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Press SET/STO button to confirm.
Ö The 'minute' icon will be blinking.
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Press UP or DOWN button to set the minute.
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Press SET/STO button to confirm the setting.
Ö The display shows ' SET 2 LCD ' , you can continue with
programming, or press DELETE button to return to standby mode.
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In standby mode, press SET/STO button.
Ö The display shows ' SET 1 DATE '.
Desk/Wall mounting continue...
Make sure the plugs
click into place.
Insert the rigid clips of the stand into the slots on the bottom of
the phone ( near the front of the base). Press down firmly until
the flexible clips clicks into place.
To remove the stand, (1) pinch the flexible clips, (2) pull back
the stand, and then (3) slide up and forward as shown below.
4. Plug the telephone line cord
free end into a modular wall jack.
Press the cable into the groove so
that the Base unit stands level.
5. Lift the Handset and check
for Dial tone in the earpiece.
You will need to set the correct time and date so they can be
displayed correctly on the display.
If you subscribe to a Caller Display service, the time and date
will be set automatically on receipt of your first incoming call.
In standby mode, press SET/STO button.
Ö The display shows ' SET 1 DATE '.
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Set LCD
Contrast
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Press UP or DOWN button until the display shows 'SET 2 LCD'.
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Press SET/STO to confirm.
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Press UP or DOWN button to select your comfortable display
viewing level (1~8). The default setting is 3.
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Press SET/STO button to confirm the setting.
Ö The display shows ' SET 2 LCD ' , you can continue with
programming, or press DELETE button to return to standby mode.
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Mark two points on the wall that are 92mm apart to lay the
fixing centers as shown below.
Set Flash
Time
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This telephone gives you the possibility to use the special services
services of your network provider.
When pressing the RECALL button, the phone generates a line
interruption and the length depends on your Flash Time setting.
In standby mode, press SET/STO button.
Ö The display shows ' SET 1 DATE '.
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Press SET/STO to confirm.
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Press UP or DOWN button to select 100
(default),300, 600, or 1000.
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Press SET/STO button to confirm the setting.
Ö The display shows ' SET 1 DATE ' , you can continue with
programming, or press DELETE button to return to
standby mode.
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To answer a
call
Lift the Handset, listen for a dial tone.
Ö The display shows ' 00-00 '.
Dial the telephone number you wish to call.
Ö The display shows the number as you dial(maximum of
14 digits will be shown).
To end the call, return the Handset to the Base unit.
When the phone rings;
Lift the handset or press the SPEAKERPHONE button
on the Base unit.
Ö The Call timer starts about 7 seconds after going on line.
To adjust the
speakerphone
volume
During a call;
Adjust the volume of the speakerphone to your comfortable
volume level using the SPEAKERPHONE volume switch located at
the right side of the Base unit.
To end a call
Replace the Handset on the Base unit cradle or
press the SPEAKERPHONE button on the Base unit.
Ö The SPEAKERPHONE light indicator will turn OFF.
To switch
between the
Handset and the
Speakerphone
During a phone conversation through the Handset,
press the SPEAKERPHONE button to speak hands-free.
The Speakerphone light will turn on, but conbrtdsyion remains
through the Handset until the Handset is speakerphone replaced
on the Base unit cradle. while in speakerphone mode, lift the
Handset to enable a private conversation.
Telphone Operation continue...
Last
Number
Redial
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Mute
Function
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Inserting a
Pause in
the dialing
sequence 1
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Use on PBX
Lift the Handset or press the SPEAKERPHONE button on
the Base unit.
Press LNR button.
Ö The phone automatically dials the last number you called
(maximum of 32 digits).
During a call press MUTE
button.
Ö When the mouthpiece is muted, the person at the other
end of the call cannot hear you but you can hear his side.
To get back to the call, press MUTE button again to release.
For some switchboard system, an access number must be
dialed (usually an 8 or 9) to get another dial tone and an
outside line.
Pressing PAUSE button immediately after the access
number, a pause of about 3.6 seconds will be entered,
and the desired number can be dialed immediately.
Press PAUSE button to insert a pause when dialing or
storing Long Distance Access Codes.
If you are using your Spirit 410 phone on a PBX, and the PBX
user guide tells you to press RECALL;
Press R (RECALL) button on your Spirit 410 phone.
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In standby mode, Key in the telephone number you
wish to stored.
Ö Up to a maximum 16 digits.
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Press SET/STO button.
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Press UP or DOWN button until the display shows 'SET 3 FLASH'.
5. Telephone Operations
Making a
call
Storing a
Number in
M1,M2,M3
memorys
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Press M1.M2,M3 button to stored.
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Dial out
Stored
number
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Storing a
Number in
(0-9)
two-touch
memorys
In standby mode, Key in the telephone number
you wish to stored.
Ö Up to a maximum 16 digits.
Press SET/STO button.
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Press the (0-9) button to store the number in the
selected memory.
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Dial out
Stored
number
(0-9)
two-touch
memorys
Lift up Handset or press the SPEAKERPHONE button,
press M1,M2,M3 buttons.
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6. Caller Display Operation
VERY IMPORTANT:
To use Caller Display you must first subscribe to your network provider's Caller Diaply service.
If you subscribe to a Caller Display service, you can see the phone number of the person calling
you before you answer. The caller display information
includes:
„ The date and time of the call
„ The caller's number
Condition of Incoming Caller Information
It is a duplicate one
It is a new one
It has exceeded the range of the service
It is a secret one
It may not be nicety for the reason of outside
There is a voice information in your mailbox
(This function is available only when you have
applied for this service from your telecommunication
network)
LCD Screen will display
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WITHHELD
ERROR
Caller Display list
Spirit 410 dynamically stores up to 30 groups (12digits) incoming information.
If a call is received when the Call list is full, then the new entry will replace the oldest one.
Viewing the 1
Caller
Display list
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In standby mode, press UP or DOWN Dutton.
7. Guarantee and service
This product is guaranteed against manufacturing defects for a period of 1 Year.
This does not cover the product where the fault is due to misuse, abuse, use in contravention
of the instructions, or where the product has been the subject of unauthorised modifications
or alterations, or has been the subject of commercial use.
In the event of a problem with the product within the guarantee period please return it to
your nearest Argos store.
If the item is shown to have had an inherent defect present at the time of sale, the store will
provide you with a replacement.
Your statutory rights remain unaffected.
Guarantor; Argos Ltd
489 - 499 Avebury Boulevard
Central Milton Keynes
MK9 2NW
8. Technical details
Standard
Spirit 410 Telephone
Temperature range Operating 0 ºC to 40 ºC
Storage -20 ºC to 60 ºC
PBX compatibility
Timed break recall: 98 ms. Pause length: 3.6 seconds.
Signalling type: DTMF (dual-tone multifrequency) also called tone dialing.
Network connection This equipment is intended to be used in the UK only.
Operation on other countries’ PSTN termination points cannot be guaranteed.
Declaration of conformity
The Binatone Spirit 410 phone complies with the essential protective
requirements and objectives of:
„ EC Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
„ EC R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC
„ EC EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
and conforms to the following relevant harmonized standards:
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Network: TBR37, TBR38
EMC: EN 55022, EN 55024
Safety: EN 60950
Waste electrical products must not bedisposed
of with household waste.
This equipment should be taken to your local
recycling centre for safe treatment.
Binatone operates a policy of continuous product improvement, and so reserves the right to
make changes to the product and functions without notice.
Binatone Help Line - 0845 345 9677
Calls are charged at Local Call rate.
Connection and conditions for use
You can connect your Spirit 410e phone to a direct exchange line (DEL) - a line
connected to a local exchange, with its own phone number; to an extension
socket connected to a DEL; or to an extension on an approved compatible PBX.
Do not connect the Spirit 410 phone as an extension to a pay phone.
The ringer equivalence numbers (RENs) of all instruments (phones, fax machines,
etc.) connected to an exchange line must not add up to more than 4 - otherwise,
one or more of them may not ring and/or answer calls correctly.
The Spirit 410 phone has a REN of 1, and most other telephones have a REN of 1
unless marked otherwise.
Ö The display shows the most recent record.
If there are no Caller Display records, the display will show
' 00 CALL'
Press UP or DOWN again to scroll to the next
Caller Display record.
To return
a call
When the Caller Display record is displayed.
Lift the handset or press the SPEAKERPHONE button on
the Base unit.
Ö The phone automatically dials out the displayed record.
To delete
Caller Display
record
When the Caller Display record is displayed.
Press DELETE button will delete the Caller Display record.
Ö The display shows the next Caller Display record.
Press and hold DELETE button 3 seconds, all the Caller
Display records will be deleted.
Ö The display automatically return to standby mode.
Contents of this User Guide
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Where to find it
Installation
Wall mount installation
Setting up your phone
Telephone operation
Caller display operation
Guarantee and service
Technical details
If you need help …
The Binatone Help Line is
available from 9.00 am to
5.00 pm, Monday to Friday, on
0845 345 9677
Calls are charged at Local Call
rate.
Pressing buttons on your phone
„ When the instructions in this user guide tell you simply to ‘press’ a button, this means that
you should press the button briefly, then release it.
„ When the instructions tell you to ‘press and hold’ a button, this means you should
keep the button pressed until the display changes and/or you hear a tone.
UK Argos Ver2 Jan 2008
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