Specifications | EnGenius Technologies DuraFon 4X Cordless Telephone User Manual

W I R E L E S S S O L U T I O N P R OV I D E R
DuraFon 4X
Industrial Cordless
Digital Long Range Cordless Phone System
EN
Table of Contents
Safety Instructions ....................................................... 3
General Safety Instructions...................................... 3
Product Safety Instructions ...................................... 4
Battery Safety Instructions ....................................... 6
Regulatory Information ................................................ 7
Congratulations............................................................ 9
Equipment Checklist .................................................. 10
Handset Illustration .................................................... 11
Handset Features ...................................................... 11
Handset Features ...................................................... 12
Basic Handset Features......................................... 12
Additional Handset Features.................................. 13
Base Illustration ......................................................... 17
Basic Base Station Features .................................. 18
Additional Base Station Features ........................... 19
Administrator Features........................................... 19
Charger Illustration .................................................... 21
Charger Features....................................................... 22
Getting Started .......................................................... 23
Base Station Installation......................................... 23
Handset and Charger Installation........................... 24
Basic Operations ....................................................... 26
Operation Modes.................................................... 26
A. Base Operation Modes .................................. 26
B. Handset Operation Modes ............................. 26
Making a Telephone Call ....................................... 27
Making a 2-Way/ Intercom Call .............................. 28
Handset to Handset Calls ................................... 28
Making a Broadcast ............................................... 28
Redial..................................................................... 29
Receiving a Telephone Call ................................... 30
Receiving an Intercom Call .................................... 30
Ending a Call.......................................................... 31
Adjusting Receiver (Earpiece) Voice Volume......... 31
Placing a Call On Hold ........................................... 31
Mute ....................................................................... 31
Do Not Disturb (Silent Ring) ................................... 32
Key Guard.............................................................. 32
To View Missed Call(s) .......................................... 32
Battery Recharge and Replacement ...................... 32
Advanced Operations ................................................ 34
Handset Registration.............................................. 34
Advanced Registration: .......................................... 35
Handset Group Subscription .................................. 36
Call Transfer .......................................................... 37
3-Way Conferencing .............................................. 37
Call Forwarding ...................................................... 38
Auto-Attendant (AA) ............................................... 39
Call Waiting ............................................................ 41
AA Configuration by Administrator ......................... 41
Change AA Parameters ......................................... 42
Line Dedication ...................................................... 43
Line Selection......................................................... 44
Change System Settings by Administrator............. 44
Phonebook Operations .......................................... 45
Technical Specifications ............................................ 53
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Safety Instructions
Caution: Your wireless telephone gives you freedom and flexibility
to stay in touch while you move around. However, the safe and
responsible use of the phone depends entirely on you.
When using your phone equipment, safety instructions should be
followed to avoid the risks of fire, electric shock, injury to person,
and damage to property.
General Safety Instructions
1. When using your wireless phone, ensure your safety and the
safety of others:
a. Always watch where you are walking and standing.
b. Don’t let a phone call distract you from working safely.
2. In an emergency:
a. If an emergency occurs, dial the emergency phone
number. Remember: if you are in an area where your
phone does not have a clear signal from the base, it is
highly probable that the call may not go through. Locate
the nearest landline telephone or other communications
device to call for help.
b. Emergency calls may not automatically provide
emergency personnel with your name, phone number or
location. Tell the operator
i)
Your name and phone number
ii)
The nature of the emergency
iii) Whether police, fire, or medical assistance is needed
iv) The exact location of the emergency, including
address, cross streets, mileposts or landmarks.
3. Notice to Hearing Aid Users: This phone system is compatible
with inductively coupled hearing aids.
4. Notice to Cardiac Pacemaker Users: Preliminary studies done
by the US FDA and others have shown that, although
interference to the implanted cardiac pacemaker may occur
when operating very closely, wireless telephones “do not
seem to pose a significant problem for pacemaker wearers.”
However, until more is known, FDA suggests that people with
pacemakers may want to take precautions when using or
carrying a wireless telephone to ensure that there is ample
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distance between the telephone and the pacemaker. Do not
carry the handset in a breast pocket. If you have any reason
to suspect that interference is taking place, turn off your
handset immediately.
Product Safety Instructions
1. Read and understand all instructions.
2. Follow all warnings and instructions including those marked on
the product.
3. Changes or modifications to this product not expressively
approved by the manufacturer will void the warranty and the
FCC authorization to operate the equipment. Use only
manufacturer provided accessories.
4. Do not use the telephone near water. Never spill liquid of any
kind on this product.
5. Unplug the product from the wall telephone jack and power
outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners.
Use damp cloth for cleaning.
6. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand or table.
The product may fall and cause personal injury or damage to
the product or other property. Place the base station and the
charger on hard, flat surfaces.
7. Power Outage:
In the event of a power outage, your handset charger will not
recharge the handset battery, and the base station will not
allow you to make an outgoing call or take an incoming call.
Both the charger and the base station require electricity for
operation. You should have a telephone that does not require
electricity available for use during power outage, or have a
temporary backup power supply.
8. Slots or openings in the product’s housing are provided for
ventilation. These openings must not be blocked or covered.
Placing the product on a bed, carpeting, or other similar
surface may block these openings and should be avoided.
This product should never be placed near or over a radiator or
heat register, or in a built-in installation unless proper
ventilation is provided.
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9. Never push objects of any kind into this product through
housing slots/openings as they may damage the product,
touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could
result in fire, electric shock, or injury.
Battery Safety Instructions
10. This product should be operated only from the type of power
source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of
the type of power supply to your home, consult your dealer or
local power company.
1. Use only manufacturer approved Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
rechargeable batteries and charger. Do not use other types of
rechargeable batteries or non-rechargeable batteries. The
batteries could short-circuit, and the battery enclosure may be
damaged causing a hazardous condition.
11. Do not overload wall power outlets and extension cords as this
may result in fire or electric shock.
2. Follow the charging instruction in this manual and instruction
labels and markings in the handset and charger compartments.
12. To avoid electric shock or burn, do not disassemble this
product. Send this product to an authorized service center
when service or repair work is required. Call Customer
Service for locations near you. Opening or removing covers
may expose you to dangerous voltages, electrical currents or
other risks. Incorrect reassembling of the product may cause
electric shock when the product is subsequently used.
3. Battery must be recycled or disposed of properly. Do not
dispose the battery in a fire. The cells may explode.
13. Avoid using the product during a storm. There may be a risk
of electric shock from lightning.
14. Do not place the product where persons can step, trip, or fall
on the product.
4. Do not dispose of the battery in municipal waste. Check with
local codes for disposal instructions.
5. Exercise care in handling the batteries in order not to shortcircuit the battery with conductive materials such as rings,
bracelets, keys, pocketknife, and coins. The battery or
conductive material may overheat and cause burn or fire.
6. Do not expose batteries to rain or water.
15. Do not place conductive objects over or near the antenna.
7. Do not open or mutilate the battery. Released electrolyte is
corrosive and may cause injury to eyes or skin. The
electrolyte may be toxic if swallowed.
16. Do not use the product to report a gas leak while in the vicinity
of the leak.
8. During charging, the battery heats up. This is normal and is
not dangerous.
17. Do not install the base station or the handset charger near
microwave ovens, radios, TV sets, speakers, or other
electrical equipment. These appliances may cause
interference to the product or experience interference from the
product.
18. Unplug the base station or the charger adaptor from the wall
power outlet and refer servicing to an authorized service
center under the following conditions:
a.
b.
c.
d.
If liquid had been spilled into the product.
When the power supply cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
If the product does not operate normally by following the
operating instructions.
e. If the product has been dropped or housing has been
damaged.
f. If the product shows a distinct change in performance.
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Regulatory Information
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DuraFon 4X
FCC ID: NI3-SP922
IC: 3616A-SP922
This telephone system may not be used on coin service
provided by the telephone company. Connection to party
lines is subject to state tariffs.
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This telephone system has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for Class B digital devices, pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC Rules and RSS210 of the DOC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a general public installation.
Operations of these devices may still encounter interference
from/to nearby TV’s, VCR’s, radios, computers, or other
electronic devices. To minimize or prevent such interference,
the telephone system should not be placed or operated near
other electronic devices. If interference occurs, moving the
base station and the handset farther away from them will
often reduce or eliminate the interference.
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However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this telephone system
does cause interference to other electronic devices, which
can be determined by turning the system off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
several of the following measures:
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions:
1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Privacy of communications may not be ensured when using this
phone.
1.
The term “IC:” before the radio certification number only
signifies that Industry of Canada technical specifications were
met.
2.
This telephone system complies with rules of the FCC Part 68
and Canadian IC/DOC CS-03. On the bottom of the base
station is a label that contains, among other information, the
FCC Registration Number, Ringer Equivalence Number
(REN) and the Universal Service Order Code, which is RJ11C in the U.S. or CA-11A in Canada. Your telephone
company may ask you for this information.
3.
The REN is useful to determine the quantity of devices you
may connect to your telephone line and still have all devices
ring when your telephone number is called. In most, but not
all, areas the sum of the REN’s of all devices connected to
one line should not exceed 5.0. To be certain of the number
of devices you may connect to your phone line, you should
contact you local telephone company for the maximum REN
in your area.
4.
If your telephone equipment causes problems to the
telephone network, the telephone company may ask you to
disconnect your phone system from the line until the problem
has been corrected. Consult with your local phone company
for your rights if this happens.
5.
Your telephone company may make changes in its facilities,
equipment, operations, or procedures that could affect the
proper functioning of your telephone system. Consult with
your local phone company for your rights if this happens.
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a. Increase the space separation between the handset or
base station and the device that is experiencing
interference. We recommend at least 20 feet between the
system and other electronic devices.
b. Connect the base station to a power outlet on a circuit
separate from that used by the device experiencing
interference.
c. Consult the dealer or an experienced electronic technician
for help.
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Congratulations
Equipment Checklist
You have purchased an exceptional business communications tool
from a leading telephone system manufacturer.
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In a Base + Handset package, please find the following
components:
a. Base Station x 1
b. Base Antenna x 1
c. Base AC/DC Adaptor x 1
d. Handset x 1
e. Low Profile Handset Antenna x 1
f. Optimal Performance Handset Antenna x 1
g. 1700mA Li-ion Battery Pack x 1
h. Charger x 1
i. Charger AC/DC Adaptor x 1
j. Telephone Cord x 4
k. Belt Clip x 1
h User’s Manual, Quick Guide, and Warranty Card
2.
In a Handset package, please find the following components:
a. Handset x 1
b. Low Profile Handset Antenna x 1
c. Optimal Performance Handset Antenna x 1
d. 1700mA Li-ion Battery Pack x 1
e. Charger x 1
f. Charger AC/DC Adaptor x 1
g. Belt Clip x 1
h. Quick Guide, and Warranty Card
3.
Optional Accessories
a. Outdoor Antenna Kit (including antenna and cable)
b. Lightning Protection Kit (including cable)
c. DuraPouch
d. Belt Clip
e. Spare Battery
f. Low Profile Handset Antenna
g. Optimal Performance Handset Antenna
h. Headset
i. Antenna Splitter (including cable)
j. Audio-in Cable
The EnGenius DuraFon 4X 4-line Industrial Cordless Telephone
System is ideal for the users in various business settings. The
DuraFon 4X is the longest range, multi-line telephone and 2-way
radio communications system providing users unparallel mobility
and flexibility.
With sophisticated digital signal processing and high quality
hardware designs, the DuraFon 4X provides long-range telephone
connections and 2-way handset-to-handset communications in a
wide variety of business settings from multi-level office buildings,
factories, hotels/resorts, convention facilities, warehouses, farms,
business complexes, construction sites, school, car dealerships,
grocery, retail stores and other demanding business environments.
The unique 2-way radio feature allows handsets to communicate
with each other as digital, full-duplex 2-way radios. Members of
work group(s) can be in contact with their co-workers while leaving
phone lines available for incoming and outgoing calls. Handsets
that are within range of each other can use the 2-way feature even
while out of range of the base station. DuraFon 4X can support up
to 90 handsets.
Important Warranty Note:
U.S. customers: This EnGenius product has NO manufacturer’s
warranty unless purchased from an EnGenius Authorized Reseller.
To verify a reseller is authorized, please visit our website at:
www.engeniustech.com or contact us at 714-432-8668.
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Handset Illustration
Handset Features
Basic Handset Features
Antenna
Receiver
4-line LCD
1. 4-line LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)
a. The LCD display has LED (Light Emitting Diode) for
backlighting.
b. The 1st line of LCD consists of icons.
c. Icons explanation from left to right
(1) RSSI (Receive Signal Strength
Indicator)
During a call, the number of bars is
proportional to the radio signal
strength received.
(2) Call in-progress (ON/OFF-Hook)
Indicates if phone line mode is
active
(3) Intercom in-progress
Indicates if Intercom mode is active
(4) Handset ID
Displays a handset icon and a 2-digit Handset ID
(5) Two-Digit Address Index
Shows address index when viewing contents of the call logs.
(6) Line Indicator
Indicates the number of the line being accessed by the
handset.
(7) Battery Strength
z Number of bars is proportional to the amount of battery
time remaining.
z Indicates charging when in charger cradle.
d. The 2nd and 3rd lines of the LCD, maximum 14 characters
each, display status, message, menu selections, or usereditable alphanumerical characters.
e The last line displays the left and right soft keys.
Battery pack
Headset jack
(2.5mm)
Travel charger
jack
2. Ringer
a. Rings to an incoming call.
b. Distinctive alert sounds indicating various events:
(1) Single Beep: successful key entry
(2) Double beep: failed operation or invalid key entry, also
indicates power on/off
(3) Periodic 1-Long-2-Short Beep (every 1 minute): low battery
warning
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(4) Periodic Long Series of Beeps (repeat every 30 seconds):
indicates a call is on-hold
3. TALK/FLASH
a. Places or answers a telephone or intercom call
b. Sends a Flash signal to phone line to retrieve a dial tone
after the call ends, or to perform the call waiting feature
provided by local phone companies during a call.
4. 2-WAY/INTERCOM
a. Places an intercom call to another handset ID or a group
ID.
b. Intercom calls are digital, full duplex, and are conducted
without the assistance from the base.
5. BROADCAST
a. Half duplex broadcasting to handsets for immediate
announcement
6. Left/Right Soft Keys
a. Make menu selection.
7. Up(¿) /Down(À) Scrolling Keys
a. Scroll through records and menu selections.
b. Adjust receiver voice volume when in Talk mode.
8. END; On/Off Key
a. Ends a call.
b. Leaves current menu operation, up one level.
c. Press for 3 seconds to off the power
Additional Handset Features
1. Multiple handsets registration
a. Up to 90 handsets.
b. ID 10 and 11 are the first two ID’s assigned by the base
and are designated “administrators” who can change base
settings such as greeting message and other base
administrative functions.
c. ID 01-09: Group IDs. Handsets can “subscribe” from the
handset menu to group(s) and be paged when a landline
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caller or an intercom caller enters a Group ID.
2. Ringer / Vibrator
a. Six-level ringer volume selections (high/ medium/ low/
vibrate/ vibrate-then-ring/ off)
b. Four ringer type selections
3. Caller ID
a. Displays incoming call phone number and name on the
LCD (needs Caller ID service from local telephone
company)
4. Call Waiting with Caller ID
a. Displays 2nd incoming call information on the same phone
line when 1st call is in progress (needs Call Waiting with
Caller ID service from local telephone company)
5. Name Tagging with Caller ID
a. Matches the Caller ID with the phone book entries; once
matched, the LCD screen will display the name or
nickname instead of pure Caller ID info (needs Call
Waiting with Caller ID service from local telephone
company)
6. DND (Do Not Disturb, i.e., Silent Ring)
7. Three Call Logs
a. Called Log: Stores 10 phone numbers (up to 28 digits
each) dialed most recently. Can perform last-number
redial on all 10 numbers.
b. Received Call Log: 10 entries (14-digit phone number, 14character names, and time stamp), needs Caller ID
service from local telephone company.
c. Missed Call Log: 10 entries (14-digit phone number, 14character names, and time stamp), needs Caller ID
service from local telephone company.
d. Phone numbers and names can be saved into phonebook
while in display.
8. Call Barring
a. Block the users from dialing the long distance calls or
international calls
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b. Up to 5 digits of each call barring setting; up to 4 entries
allowed
c. If you need to dial a specific number to retrieve the dial
tone, you need to key in that number while setting the call
barring
[Note] you need to key in the accurate user ID and password
to perform this feature. The default password is 0000.
text message for up to 50 characters. Up to 5 messages
can be edited and stored.
b. Sending Message: In view mode, handset can send a
message to another handset or a group of handsets.
c. Incoming Message: A distinctive tone alerts an incoming
message. The message will stay on LCD display for 8
seconds and then is saved in memory. A total of 5
incoming messages can be saved.
9. Any Key Answer (except END, Silent Soft Key)
10. Key-guard
11. Dialing Prefix
a. Up to 14 digits, including pause(s), one access code can
be pre-programmed to be added automatically in front of
the dialed number when dialing from call logs, phonebook,
and dial-and-send dialing.
12. Call Hold
a. Places call on hold
b. Battery Hot Swap: Change battery while call is on hold.
13. Mute
14. Phonebook
a. 30 entries, each stores a phone number or handset ID (up
to 28-digit) and name (up to14-character)
b. Alphabetically sorted display and search by letter
c. Dial from display
d. During the stand-by mode, you can enter the phonebook
by pressing ¿orÀ scrolling key
15. Key Tone
a. Three-level key-tone volume selections (high/low/off)
b. Four key-tone type selections
18. Call Transfer
a. Direct Transfer: transfer a telephone call to another
handset without announcement.
b. Announced Transfer: speak to the destination handset
before transferring a telephone call.
19. Call Forwarding
a. Forward all incoming phone calls to another handset.
b. Forward all incoming phone calls to another landline or
cellular phone number.
[Note]
(1) Once enabled from the handset, all phone calls will be
routed to the designated number until disabled. A
warning message will appear on the LCD.
(2) Intercom calls are not forwarded.
(3) Before setting this feature, please check your PBX
system if it can send a reverse signal to hang up the line.
20. Call Conferencing
a. 2-handset and 1-line conferencing.
b. 1-handset and 2-line conferencing.
21. Line Selection
a. When enabled from the handset menu, a handset user will
be prompted to select from a list of available lines before
making an outgoing call.
16. Call Timer
a. Display call time duration for current call during and
immediately after the call
17. Text Messaging:
a. Editing Message: from a handset, users can edit the short
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Base Illustration
Basic Base Station Features
Base Features
1. Antenna
a. The antenna port has a reverse thread connector; to
remove antenna or cable, turn clockwise; to install, turn
counterclockwise. Improper installation may damage the
connector
b. When using an outdoor antenna, locate the antenna (not
the base station itself) as high as possible for a clear
transmission path.
AUDIO
L4
L3
L2
5. Line in
L1
DC IN
2. Audio in 6. DC in
2. LED
a. Power: it indicates base station has power.
b. In-Use: it indicates an active telephone line.
4. Power LED
1. Antenna
3. Reset Button
a. Restores base station to factory settings
b. Reset button is indented to prevent accidental system
reset.
c. All handsets (including administrator) and additional
base(s) need to be re-registered after a base station reset.
4. Registration Key (REG)
Enters registration mode along with handset, assigns handset
ID (10-99).
5. L1 – L4
Standard RJ-11C/CA-11A connector to plug in the telephone
line
6. Audio-in Jack (3.5mm)
7. DC In: to plug in the power adaptor
3. Line Status LED's
7. REG Button
8. Reset Button
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Additional Base Station Features
1. 4-channel Auto-Attendant
a. 4 Auto-Attendant can be active at the same time in case of
4 simultaneous incoming calls.
b. Allows private paging to a single handset (with individual
Handset ID) or group paging to a group of handsets (with
Group ID).
c. Per line AA enable/disable by administrator.
When disabled for a line, the administrator can set all
handsets to ring with an incoming call on that line, or a
particular Handset/Group ID (either one; not
simultaneously) can be assigned to have both incoming
and outgoing call privileges on that line. See AA
Configuration by Administrator.
d. Up to 128 seconds customizable main greeting message.
system, you can pre-program the feature code of call
transfer function.
b. Need to adjust the Flash time to match your PBX setting.
2. Optional Outdoor Antenna Kit with cable
Administrator Features
Handsets 10 and 11 are designated administrators. Both have the
same authority to perform base station administrative functions
from their handset menu selections. No password is required.
1. Supports both DTMF and Pulse dialing
a. From an administrator handset (Handset 10 or 11 ), press
MENU-9-2-3 to select Tone or Pulse dialing mode.
b. Default is Tone dialing.
2. Administrator programmable Flash key timing
a. From an administrator handset (Handset 10 or 11), press
MENU-9-2-4 to select flash key timing
b. 9-level (100 ms - 900 ms) timing selections, default= 600
ms.
c. The default value (600 ms) works in most areas.
Changing this setting may result in Flash function not
working. Change only when you are certain of the new
value would work.
3. Call Transfer to PBX Extension
a. When install the DuraFon 4X is installed behind a PBX
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Charger Illustration
Charger Features
1. DC In
Connects to Charger AC Adaptor.
DC In
2. Handset Charging Slot
a. Charge handset battery when handset is placed in cradle.
b. Refer to the handset LCD for charging status
Spare Battery
Charging Slot
Spare Battery
Charging Indicator
Handset Charging
Slot
(1) Charging: LCD screen showed “Charging”
(2) Fully Charged: battery status bar stands still and the LCD
screen would display “Fully Charged”
(3) Charge Fail: Should there be any error occurred during
charging mode, the LCD screen would display “Charge Fail”
3. Spare Battery Charging Slot
a. Charge spare battery when battery is placed in slot.
b. LED as the spare battery charging indicator
(1) Slot is empty and the power is on: LED is Green light
(2) Charging: LED is Orange light
(3) Fully Charged: LED returns to Green light
4. It is impossible to overcharge the battery using this charger.
5. The adaptor for charging station can be used as travel charger
as well. However, you can not turn off the power while
charging with the travel charger. A Warning message: “Unplug
Travel Charger than OFF the power” will be shown on the
LCD display.
Notes:
I.
Fully charge battery packs before first use.
II.
Both handset and spare batteries can be charged at the same
time.
III. Handset will be “power on” automatically when placing on the
charging slot.
IV. However, if you run drain the battery, it would take around one
minute for handset to auto power on.
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with the external device’s built-in Auto-Attendant.
Getting Started
Base Station Installation
There are three possible base station setups:
z Base station alone
z Base station plus telephone answering device
z Base station plus standard telephone
For best performance, maintain at least a distance of 1 meter
(about 3 feet) between the base station and other electronic
devices (e.g., TV, computer, stereo, fax machine, answer
machine, cordless phone, etc.)
1. Install base station antenna.
The base station’s antenna port has a reverse-thread
connector; to install antenna or cable, turn counter-clockwise;
to remove, turn clockwise. Improper installation may damage
the connector.
5. To use the Music/Message-On-Hold feature: Connect one end
of a standard audio cable into a radio or audio player, and plug
the other (3.5 mm) end into the MOH jack on back of the base.
Notes:
Recommended phone line features from the local phone
company: Multiple phone lines “hunt group” is a useful feature
and works well with this phone system. This feature “ties”
multiple phone lines to a single phone number. When an
outside caller calls this common phone number, the phone
company automatically finds a free line. In a hunt group, the
Call Waiting and the Caller ID with Call Waiting (or called Type
II Caller ID) features are unnecessary because a 2nd call will
come in on a separate line, rather than on the same line. For
a 2nd call coming in on a separate line, the phone system’s
built-in Call Waiting feature will alert the user and allow the
user to toggle between 2 lines.
2. Plug the transformer end of the base station AC/DC adaptor
into a standard AC electrical power outlet, plug the other end
into the “DC In” jack on the back of the base station.
a. The base adaptor’s DC plug is larger in dimension than the
charger’s DC plug. The charger adaptor’s DC plug will not
fit into the base’s DC In jack.
b. The base station’s power supply (DC Adaptor) and
telephone line should be plugged into a surge protector
with phone line protection.
Handset and Charger Installation
3. Plug one end of the phone cord into one of the 4 phone jacks
marked L1 – L4 and plug the other end into the telephone
outlet. Since DuraFon 4X has the built-in “line detection”
feature, it is okay to plug in the phone jacks in random order.
4. Place handset onto the charger front slot.
4. Connect an external telephone answering device by follow
instructions that come with the answering device. An
exemplary configuration: install the external answering device
in-between the wall phone jack(s) and the Base Station.
Either a multiple of single-line answering devices or a multipleline answering device can be used. You may want to disable
the Base Station’s Auto-Attendant function if that interferes
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1. Plug the transformer end of the Charger AC/DC adaptor into a
standard AC electric power outlet, plug the other end into the
“DC In” jack on the back of the Charger.
2. Install battery pack onto the handset.
3. Install handset antenna.
5. The phone system is now ready to perform basic functions
such as making and receiving phone calls and intercom calls.
No base station or handset programming is needed for basic
operations.
6. Charging cradle may be wall mounted, but an “L” bracket
should be used for support under the cradle to avoid breaking
mounting slots. An “L” bracket is not included, but can be
purchased from a local home center.
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Note:
1. The handset packaged along with a Base Station is preregistered at the factory. If you have a new handset, you will
need to register the handset with the base station in order to be
recognized as a member handset by the base and by other
handsets. See Handset Registration.
2. Fully charge battery packs before the first usage.
Basic Operations
Operation Modes
Both the base station and handset have levels of operation at
which time only certain procedures of functions can be performed.
A. Base Operation Modes
1. IDLE mode- this is the default mode. The intercom, broadcast,
and volume keys are active in IDLE mode.
2. TALK mode- the base operates in this mode during phone
call, intercom, and broadcast operation. The “In Use”,
“Intercom”, and “Broadcast” LED will light up respectively.
3. REGISTRATION mode- the base enters this mode by
pressing the REG button for three seconds. There are no
active base unit keys once this mode has been entered. Four
LEDs will light up in Registration mode.
B. Handset Operation Modes
1. IDLE mode- this is the default mode.
a. If there is no on-going activity, the handset automatically
goes into SLEEP/IDLE mode to save battery power.
b. The handset can be turned off completely by holding
down the END key for 3 seconds.
c. The idle screen display (custom name) can be edited.
d. The 2-digit number represents the handset ID.
2. Menu mode
a. Press the Right soft function key to activate MENU mode.
b. In MENU mode, the handset settings and information
contained in memory can be changed.
c. The functions available through the MENU selection are
covered in greater detail from page 50.
d. The MENU structure display as below:
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Main menu
Sub-menu
1.Dialed
2.Received
3.Missed
1.KeyGuard
2.PhoneBook
1.Ring Volume
2.Ring Tone
3.Key Volume
4.Key Tone
3.Call Logs
4.Sound
1.Dial Prefix
2.Group Select
3.Forwarding
4.Clear
5.Naming
6.Contrast
7.Backlight
8.Line Select
9.PBX Options
0.Language
5.Settings
6.Registration
7.Text Message
8.Unused
Not Applicable
9.Admin
1.Auto Attndnt
2.System
Making a Telephone Call
1. Press TALK, wait for dial tone, and then enter phone number.
2. Alternatively, you can enter phone number first then press
TALK key.
When using this method, you can use the CLEAR (Left) and
DELETE (Right) soft keys to edit the number entered. “Delete”
erases the last digit entered. “Clear” erases the entire line but
remains in the dialing mode.
3. Speed dial by access the entries in the phone book
a. Press ¿orÀ scrolling key to enter the phone book
b. Press TALK to dial the number.
4. To abort dialing, press END key.
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Notes:
1. After a link established, the Base ID will appear on the upper2.
3.
4.
right corner. If no Base ID show up, it applied that you are
approaching the boundary of the coverage.
If the line is occupied, the LCD shows “No Line Available”
and handset returns to standby mode.
If a link cannot be established, the LCD will show “No Base”
after a 12-second time out.
A call duration timer will start displaying the length of the call
after link is established.
Making a 2-Way/ Intercom Call
The EnGenius Industrial Cordless Phone System offers private,
Intercom/ 2-way radio calls independent of the base station.
Intercom/ 2-way communication can be placed from handset to
handset.
Handset to Handset Calls
1. Press Intercom key followed by a two-digit handset ID or
Group ID.
2. Press END key to end the call.
Notes:
1. Intercom calls can be made regardless if the Base Station is
present.
2. If a Group ID is entered, the first handset (belonging to that
group) that answers will establish a link with the caller. See
Handset Group Subscription.
3. If a link cannot be established, the LCD shows “No
Connection” after a 12-second time out.
Making a Broadcast
1. Broadcasting all handsets
a. Press BROADCAST key from one handset
b. Hear bi-bi-beep while the initiating handset broadcast all
handsets within communication coverage
c. Start to speak the message to be broadcasted once you
hear the “beep” sound; the speakerphone of destination
handsets will be opened up
d. Release BROADCAST key to end the broadcasting
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last 10 numbers dialed log.
2. Broadcasting a group of handsets
a. Enter the Group ID and then press BROADCAST key
b. Hear bi-bi-beep while the initiating handset broadcast all
handsets within communication coverage
c. Start to speak the message to be broadcasted once you
hear the “beep” sound; the speakerphone of destination
handsets will be opened up
d. Release BROADCAST key to end the broadcasting
3. Broadcasting an individual handset
a. Enter the Handset ID and then press BROADCAST key
b. Hear bi-bi-beep while the initiating handset broadcast all
handsets within communication coverage
c. Start to speak the message to be broadcasted once you
hear the “beep” sound; the speakerphone of destination
handsets will be opened up
d. Release BROADCAST key to end the broadcasting
Notes:
1.
You need to continuously press BROADCAST key when
doing broadcast. The broadcast will be over once user
release the key.
2.
You need to notice that there is no bi-bi-beep sound
when receiving a broadcast.
3.
You can press the SILENT (Left) soft key if you choose
to ignore the call. The SILENT key operation is valid only
for the current call. You can silent all broadcast by
turning off the ringer to set auto-silence from the handset
menu.
Redial
1. Press REDIAL (Left) soft key.
2. The LCD shows the last phone number dialed. To dial this
number, press DIAL (Left) soft key.
3. Use Up or Down Arrow Key to scroll through the last 10 phone
numbers dialed. Select and press DIAL key.
[Note] Intercom numbers (Handset ID) are not stored in the
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Receiving a Telephone Call
1. When an incoming call arrives, the ringer will ring or vibrate
unless the ringer has been turned off.
2. If the handset is on the charger cradle (ringer will be
temporarily switched to “Ring” if it has been set to “Vibrate”),
lift the handset and start the conversation.
3. If the handset is not on the cradle, press any key (except END,
and the Silent soft key) to answer.
Notes:
1. You can press SILENT (Left) soft key if you choose to ignore
the call. Unlike turning off the ringer (from the handset menu),
the SILENT key operation is valid only for the current call.
2. If Caller ID service is available, the LCD will display the
incoming call information. If the LCD shows “Private” or
“Unknown”, the caller’s information may have been blocked by
the caller or the originating phone company.
Receiving an Intercom Call
1. When an intercom call arrives, the ringer will ring or vibrate
unless the ringer has been turned off. Press TALK to answer
the intercom call.
2. If the handset is on the charger cradle (ringer will be
temporarily switched to “Ring” if it has been set to “Vibrate”),
lift the handset and start the conversation.
3. If the handset is not on the cradle, press any key (except END
and the SILENT soft key) to answer.
Notes:
1. The LCD displays the caller’s Handset ID.
2. You can press the SILENT if you choose to ignore the call. Unlike
turning off the ringer the SILENT key operation is valid only for the
current call.
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Ending a Call
To end a telephone or intercom call, press END key or place
handset into charging cradle.
Adjusting Receiver (Earpiece) Voice Volume
2. When mute is active, the other party will not hear your voice,
but you can still hear the other party.
3. To end the mute, press “UNMUTE” (Left) soft key. Mute is
effective only for the current call.
Do Not Disturb (Silent Ring)
1. Voice volume can only be adjusted during a call.
2. There are 6 levels of volume selections. Default as volume 4.
Use ¿andÀ scrolling key to adjust.
1. Enter the key sequence MENU – Sounds – Ring Volume, then
select “Off”. Press SAVE to confirm your choice. This will turn
off the ringer until it is turn on again from the menu.
3. The new setting remains effective for all future calls until
changed.
2. For temporary silencing the ringer when an incoming call
arrives, press SILENT (Left) soft key.
Placing a Call On Hold
Key Guard
1. When a call is in progress, it can be put on hold by pressing
the HOLD (Right) soft key.
2. To return to the conversation, press “UNHOLD”
Notes:
1. The call being placed on hold can only be removed from HOLD
by the handset that puts it on hold.
2. Handset LCD displays a call is being on hold. An alert tone
(double beep) every 30 seconds will remind the handset that a
call is being on hold.
3. If the operation (e.g., call transfer) after putting a call on-hold
fails, the held call may be dropped.
4. You can power off the handset (e.g., change battery) while call
is on hold. After power on again, you can continue the call by
pressing UNHOLD (Left) soft key or select “3” from the Option
menu to terminate the hold state.
5. You can only unhold the call when within the coverage area
of the base. Once you’re out of the base coverage, you can
return to stand-by using “Clear hold” function in the OPTION list
item #3.
1. To prevent accidental dialing, you can press Menu (Right) soft
key, then press “1” to select KeyGuard option. The handset
keypad is locked. No key entry is accepted except the power
on/off key.
2. To unlock the keypad, press “UNLOCK” (Left) soft key, then,
within 2 seconds, press the digit “1” to unlock.
3. Key Guard is in effect until unlocked or powered off.
To View Missed Call(s)
1. Whenever you have missed incoming call(s), you can press
VIEW soft key to enter the call logs information.
2. You need to subscribe the caller ID service from local telecom
company to retrieve this data.
Battery Recharge and Replacement
Mute
1. After a link is established, you can press OPTION (Left) soft
key and press “0” to mute the handset microphone.
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1. Charge the battery when one or several of the following
happen:
a. Phone beeps twice every two seconds.
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b.
c.
d.
e.
Battery icon is empty.
Phone does not respond when a key is pressed.
LCD and backlighting become dim.
Talk range shortfall is experienced.
2. You can replace the handset battery after placing the call-inprogress on hold.
3. Battery talk time and standby time vary depending on the
talk/standby pattern and the operating distance. Returning the
handset back to the charging cradle as often as possible is
recommended for best performance. Use only manufacturer
provided battery and charger!
Advanced Operations
Handset Registration
1. If your handset is purchased as part of a system, it has been
pre-registered with the base station at the factory.
2. If the Handset ID reads “00,” that means it is a new handset or
the ID has been erased. You need to register the handset with
the base station. In certain situations, you may want to change
a handset’s ID. For example, you want to change a particular
handset from a user to an administrator (ID 10 or 11), or vice
versa. Or in some rare occasions, you find another handset
having the same Handset ID.
3. Registration:
a. Press MENU-6 to enter the registration mode
b. Press and hold the base’s Registration (REG) button for 2
seconds until the L1, L2, L3, and L4 LED come on.
c. Press handset key “1”, this completes the registration
process. The base station will assign a handset ID
between 10 and 99. The assigned ID will be displayed on
the handset LCD, indicating successful registration.
d. Repeat above steps for all additional handsets.
e. The first two handsets registered will be given ID 10 and
11, which gives them administrator privileges.
4. De-registration:
a. You can de-register a handset from a base. Deregistration will reset the Handset ID to 00, erase the
system security code, and free up the old ID for future
registration.
b. After deregistration, the handset will not be able to use the
base to make or receive phone calls, nor can it intercom
other handsets.
c. Press handset MENU (Right) soft key.
d. Press the handset number key “6”, this will enter the
handset registration menu.
e. Press and hold the base’s REG button for 2 seconds until
L1, L2, L3, and L4 LED come on.
f. Press the handset number key “2”, this completes the deregistration process. Upon successful de-registration, the
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handset will show ID “00”.
Notes:
1. The base has a 30 second registration timeout starting from
pressing the REG button. The handset has a 12 second
registration timeout starting from the registration or deregistration option has been selected. The base and handset
will automatically exit registration mode after timeout.
2. Repeat registration or de-registration process if unsuccessful.
Advanced Registration:
1. Advanced registration functions can be performed by
administrator handsets (ID 10 and 11) only.
2. Administrator handsets can perform advanced registration
function as long as in range with the base station. The base
station does not need to be in registration mode.
3. De-register a Handset ID by administrator:
a. Make sure that the administrator handset is within the
coverage range of the base station.
b. Press administrator handset MENU (Right) soft key
c. Press the number “9”, this will enter the handset
administration menu.
d. Press number “2”, handset enters system setting menu.
e. Press number “1”, and enter the two-digit Handset ID to be
cleared.
f. Upon successful operation, the handset LCD will display
“Done”, otherwise it will show “Message not received, try
again”.
4. Obtain a Specific Handset ID:
a. If a particular Handset ID is preferred over sequentially
assigned ID, the administrator can “tell” the base in
advance what the next ID assignment should be.
b. Press administrator handset MENU (Right) soft key.
c. Press the number “9”, this will enter the handset
administration menu.
d. Press number “2”, handset enters system setting menu.
e. Press number “2”, and enter the two-digit Handset ID to be
assigned next by the base.
f. Upon successful operation, the handset LCD will display
“Done,” otherwise it will show “Message not received, try
again.”
g. If the handset ID is already in use by another handset, the
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administrator will be alerted. In that case, the
administrator can choose another ID or asks the handset
having the desired ID to vacate by de-registering with the
base.
h. Perform registration immediately afterward for the handset
desiring a specific ID to ensure that the ID is not taken by
another handset.
Notes:
1. De-registration by the administrator will disable a handset’s
ability to use the base station to make or receive phone calls.
This also frees up the ID for future registration.
2. Handsets de-registered by the administrator can still perform
intercom to other handsets.
Handset Group Subscription
1. Up to nine handset groups (01-09) can be defined and
handsets can decide which group(s) they want to be in.
2. For example, Group 1 represents the Customer Service
Group, Group 2 represents the Sales Group, and Group 3 is
the Marketing Group. Suppose that Handset 11 wants to
receive incoming rings for all Sales and Marketing related
calls. Then handset 11 will need to “subscribe” to Group 2 and
Group 3.
3. Group Selections:
a. Press handset Menu-5 to enter the handset setting menu
b. Press number “2”, handset enters group select menu.
c. Press ADD soft key and enter two-digit group number (0109) to add membership in a group.
d. Repeat for all desired groups.
e. Delete group selections by pressing DELETE (Right) soft
key and enter group number.
Notes:
1. The handset can change group affiliations at any time.
2. The base (administrator) is not responsible for group
assignments. Consequently, it cannot de-subscribe a handset
from a group.
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in conversation.
Call Transfer
1. While a telephone call is in progress, you can place call on
hold and transfer the call.
2. Press HOLD soft key to put call on hold.
3. Press OPTION soft key to enter feature list for selection.
4. Press number “2” and enter a two-digit Handset ID to call
another handset extension.
a. Un-announced Call Transfer:
Press “END” before the destination handset answers, the
call is automatically transferred to the destination handset.
b. Announced Call Transfer:
(1) Speak to the destination handset.
(2) Press XFER soft key or the END to end announcement. The
call is transferred to the destination handset.
Notes: If the destination handset does not answer after handset
paging timeout, the call is routed back to the originating handset.
3-Way Conferencing
1. While a telephone call is in progress, you can place call on
hold and bring in another phone line or another handset for
a 3-way conference.
2. Press HOLD (Right) soft key to put the current call on hold.
3. Press OPTION (Right) soft key to enter selection menu.
4. 3-Way Conferencing with a Second Handset:
a. Press number “2” and enter a two-digit Handset ID to
call another handset extension.
b. After the second handset answers, press the CONF
(Left) soft key.
c. Two handsets and one phone line can now talk
simultaneously. Any one party can drop out of the 3way conferencing, leaving the remaining two parties still
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5. 3-Way Conferencing with a Second Phone Line:
a. Press number “1” and enter a phone number to call
another phone line.
b. After the second line answers, press the CONF (Left)
soft key.
c. One handset and two phone lines can now talk
simultaneously.
I.
If one phone line hangs up, the handset continues
talking to the remaining phone line.
II.
If the handset presses END key, the 2nd phone
line will be dropped. The handset and the first
phone line continue conversation.
Notes:
1. 3-way conferencing between 3 handsets is not supported.
2. Unlike 3-way conferencing provided by the phone company, 3way conferencing involving 2 phone lines will take up two
physical lines, leaving only two lines left available for other
handsets. The handset must have access to a second line.
Call Forwarding
1. A handset can direct the base station to forward all future
phone calls to be routed to another handset or another
phone number.
2. Press handset MENU (Right) soft key.
3. Press the number “5”, this will enter the handset setting
menu.
4. Press number “3”, handset enters call forwarding setting
mode.
5 Use Up/Down arrow to scroll up and down the selection
(Off, Another Handset, External Line).
6. Make a selection (default = Off) and press SAVE (Left) soft
key.
7. When prompted, enter a two-digit handset ID or an external
phone number, up to 14 digits.
8. A warning message “All calls are forwarded” will appear on
the handset LCD.
9. To turn off call forwarding, repeat the above procedures and
select “Off”.
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Notes:
1. Because this setting is stored both on the handset and on the
base station, the handset must be in range with the base to
change setting.
2. A warning message will appear on the handset LCD to inform
the handset that all calls are forwarded.
3. Calls can be forwarded to another handset or a phone
number, but not both. Setting a call forwarding address will
automatically replace the previous setting.
4. There is no call forwarding announcement, the caller is not
aware of the call is being forwarded.
5. Call forwarding can be only one-hop. That is, for example, if
Handset 11 forwards calls to Handset 22, but Handset 22 also
sets calls forwarding to another handset, calls for Handset 11
are still routed to Handset 22.
Auto-Attendant (AA)
1. When enabled by the administrator, an automated attendant
would greet a telephone line incoming call.
2. The caller will be prompted by the greeting message to enter a
two-digit extension number (Handset ID) or press “0” for
operator.
3. The greeting message is user programmable. The Handset
ID that is designated as the operator is also user
programmable.
I.
II.
Default greeting message (Main OGM): “Please
enter the extension number or press 0 for the
operator.”
Default operator: Handset 10.
4. AA will ask for another handset ID if the first entry is invalid
(no registered handset with that ID) with the announcement
(OGM2): “The extension you entered is invalid, please try
another extension or press 0 for the operator.”
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5. If there is no entry after time out, AA will announce (OGM3):
“Please hold, your call is being transferred to the operator.”
and automatically ring the operator handset.
6. If the destination handset does not answer (busy, power off, or
out of range) after handset paging time out, the AA prompts
the caller for another extension number by announcing
(OGM5): “The extension you’ve entered is busy or not
available. Please enter another extension number or press 0
for the operator.”
7. If the 2nd try is still not successful, AA will announce (OGM4):
“Sorry, nobody can answer your call right now. Please try
again later, goodbye.” then drops the call.
8. When the DURAFON 4X base station is connected to wired
PBX extension lines, calls addressed/routed to the AA
operator can be sent back to the operator of the wired PBX
system. From an administrator handset, up to 10 keys/digits
are allowed to program a specific code in order to transfer the
calls back to the wired PBX. This feature can only be enabled
and pre-programmed by an administrator handset (Handset ID
10 or 11). Consult with the wired PBX manual for operation
instructions and correct key sequence for transfer calls to the
operator from an extension.
Notes:
1. Intercom calls are not routed by Auto-Attendant.
2. Routing messages OGM2, 3, 4, and 5 are not user
programmable.
3. The timeout is 5 seconds for entering extension number.
4. The calls can be routed to either a Handset ID or an extension
number of the wired PBX system. There can be only one
operator for the AA, which is either an DURAFON 4X handset
or the wired PBX operator.
5. Call routing is at most 2 hops. That is, if both the 1st and the
2nd handsets do not answer, the call will be terminated. Call
routed to the operator is final and will be terminated if the
operator does not answer.
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Call Waiting
1. A handset, while talking on one phone line, can be informed of
the arrival of a new incoming phone call.
2. For example, suppose that Handset 15 is talking on Line 1.
When a new call comes in on, say, Line 4, and the caller
enters extension number “15” when prompted by the AA, or if
the call is set to be routed to Handset 15 when AA is disabled.
3. The base station recognizes that Handset 15 is busy. Instead
of announcing to Line 4 that Handset 15 is busy, the base
sends an alert to Handset 15.
4. Upon receiving the alert, the handset sounds an audible
double beep alert and LCD displays “New call on Line 4”.
5. Handset 15 can:
a. Ignore the new call; continue talking to Line 1.
b. Press FLASH key to switch to Line 4.
c. Subsequent pressing of FLASH key will toggle between
Line 1 and Line 4.
d. Press END key while talking to a line will terminate that
particular call and automatically switch back to talking to
the remaining line.
Notes:
1. This built-in call waiting is separate from the Call Waiting
feature available from the local phone company. The phone
company provided Call Waiting functions on the same phone
line, while the Call Waiting functions on two separate phone
lines.
2. This feature only works for 2 lines, if a 3rd phone call comes for
the same handset, the call will not be routed to the handset.
3. It is recommended to order from the local phone company
Hunt Group feature for all your lines and not subscribe to the
Call Waiting feature.
AA Configuration by Administrator
1. Administrator can change the following AA settings:
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proper programming and “call transfer” feature
code (available from the user manual of the wired
PBX system) in order to perform this function
correctly.
The following example is the instruction to route a
call back to the brand N’s PBX system by
pressing “Flash-7-0-1-8-3-0,” where a Flash key is
pressed followed by the call transfer code”70”,
then enter the extension number “1830”
immediately. Confirm the set up by press “SAVE”
using the left soft key.
Notes:
1. Only administrator can change AA settings.
2. Because AA setting is stored on the base station, the handset
must be in range with the base to make changes.
3. The maximum recording time for the greeting message is 128
seconds.
4. Allowing each line’s AA to be turned on or off separately is
useful if different lines are used for different purposes.
5. When AA is disabled, the line can be dedicated to either an
individual Handset ID or a Group ID.
6. The operator can be any individual handset or a group; it
doesn’t need to be an administrator handset (Handsets 10 and
11).
7. The minimum number of rings before the AA picks up cannot
be lower than two for the purpose of receiving the Caller ID
message.
Line Dedication:
a. By default all incoming calls will ring all handsets.
b. To dedicate a handset to a specific line you must use an
administrative handset (ID 10 or 11).
c. With the administrative handset, press Menu-9-1-4 for
Auto Attendant On and OFF. It will first show Line 1
ON/OFF. If you wish to dedicate line 1 to a specific
handset you need to select “Off”. This will turn off auto
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Press “4” to set up the flash time from 100ms, 200ms, to
900 ms (9 levels to choose from.) For example, press “2” if
the desired flash time is 200ms.
e. Line detect:
Press “5” to set up the line detect to be either “On” or
“Off.” Press “1” to choose “On” or press “2” to choose
“Off.”
Notes:
1. De-registration by the administrator will disable a handset’s
ability to use the base station to make or receive phone calls.
This also frees up the ID for future registration.
2. Handsets de-registered by the administrator can still perform
intercom to other handsets.
Phonebook Operations
1. You can store up to 30 entries in the phonebook. Each entry
can contain a phone number or handset ID (up to 28 digits)
and a name (up to14 characters).
2. To access phonebook, press menu follow by “2” or ¿or À
scrolling key when handset in standby mode.
3. To add a new entry:
a. Press ADD soft key.
b. Enter a phone number when LCD prompts “Number?”
Use DELETE soft key to delete the last digit entered.
Press SAVE when completed.
c. You will then be prompted to enter a name for the phone
number just entered.
(1) Press SAVE key to enter a phone number without a name.
All records without naming will be placed on top of the list,
in the order they are entered.
(2) To enter the name, press the corresponding keypad
number one or more times according to the order of the
character on the key.
(3) Use DELETE soft key to delete the last character entered.
When completed, press SAVE soft key to confirm your
selection.
Notes:
1. When enter a phone number, the cursor automatically advances to
the next digit field. Use ¿or À scrolling key to move the cursor
backward or forward to insert or delete.
2. When entering a name, the cursor automatically advances to the
next character field if you press a different key for the next
character. If you need to enter consecutive characters from the
same key, you can wait for the cursor to advance or use ¿or À
scrolling key to move the cursor backward or forward manually.
Also use ¿or À to move the cursor to insert or delete.
3. By default, all letters are entered in the upper case. Use the * key to
toggle between upper and lower cases.
4. A “Pause” entry represents a 2.8 second delay in dialing the
following digits, which is useful when calling a sequence of
segmented numbers (e.g., access code, credit card number, autoattendant entries, etc.) Pause is entered by pressing the * key twice
(LCD displays P). Entering pause twice (PP) will result in 5.6
seconds pause in the dialing.
4. The entries are alphabetically sorted and stored as a list in
an ascending order (A to Z) from the top of the list.
a. If the phonebook is entered from the menu, the first
entry displayed is the top of the list.
b. If the phonebook is entered using the Àarrow, the first
entry displayed is the top of the list.
c. If the phonebook is entered using the ¿arrow, the first
entry displayed is the bottom of the list.
5. The first line of LCD display shows name and the 2nd line
shows the phone number. If the phone number is longer
than 14 digits, press OPTION soft key and select Option 3 to
view the complete number.
6. To search for a record:
a. Use ¿orÀ scrolling key to enter the Phone Book mode.
b. Press a key that corresponds to the first character of the
name you are looking for.
c. For example, you are looking for “EnGenius”, and then
press the number “3” once.
d. Use ¿orÀ scrolling key to locate the exact record you
are looking for.
7. To erase phonebook:
a. Use ¿orÀ scrolling key or the alphabetical search
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method to locate the record to be erased or edited.
b. Press OPTION soft key to enter editing menu.
c. Press “1” to erase the desinated phone entry.
d. LCD shown “Are you sure?” Press YES to double
confirm your change.
8. To edit phonebook:
a. Use ¿orÀ scrolling key or the alphabetical search
method to locate the record to be erased or edited.
b. Press OPTION soft key to enter editing menu.
c. Press “2 to edit the desinated phone entry.
9. Dial from display:
a. Press TALK or Intercom to dial the phone number or
Handset ID displayed.
Notes:
Character Table:
Key
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
0
*
#
Menu Operations
Main menu
Sub-menu
1.Dialed
2.Received
3.Missed
1.KeyGuard
2.PhoneBook
1.Ring Volume
2.Ring Tone
3.Key Volume
4.Key Tone
3.Call Logs
4.Sound
1.Dial Prefix
2.Group Select
3.Forwarding
4.Clear
5.Naming
6.Contrast
7.Backlight
8.Line Select
9.PBX Options
0.Language
5.Settings
6.Registration
7.Text Message
Characters and Orders
‘+,.*()&1
ABC2
DEF3
GHI4
JKL5
PQRS7
TUV8
WXYZ9
0
Toggle case when in character editing
* P (Pause) when in number editing
Space – when in character editing
# when in number editing
8.Unused
Not Available
9.Admin
1.Auto Attndnt
2.System
1. Press MENU (Right) soft key while the phone is in standby.
2. Press “1” to lock keypad (see Key Guard).
3. Press “2” to view, search, delete, and edit the phonebook (see
Phonebook).
4. Press “3” to view the last 10 numbers called, received, or
missed. Records can be erased or edit/save into the
phonebook.
a. Press “1” to view the last 10 phone numbers dialed,
starting from the most recent one. Use ¿or À to scroll
through the list.
i. Press OPTION (Right) soft key for options.
•
Press “1” and confirm to erase the current record.
•
Press “2” to edit and save or save without editing
into the phonebook.
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•
Press “3” to view the complete number if the
phone number is longer than 14 digits.
b. Press “2” to view the last 10 phone numbers received,
starting from the most recent one. Use ¿or À to scroll
through the list.
i. Press OPTION (Right) soft key for options.
•
Press “1” and confirm to erase current record.
•
Press “2” to view the arrival date and time of the
call.
•
Press “3” to edit and save or save without editing
into the phonebook.
c. Press “3” to view the last 10 phone numbers received but
didn’t answer, starting from the most recent one. Use ¿or
À to scroll through the list.
i. Press OPTION (Right) soft key for options.
•
Press “1” and confirm to erase current record.
•
Press “2” to view the arrival date and time of the
call.
•
Press “3” to edit and save or save without editing
into the phonebook.
d. The two-digit index on the upper right corner of the LCD
display shows the location in ascending order, with 01
being the most recent call.
e. While viewing any of the three call logs, press DIAL (Left)
soft key to dial the phone number.
Notes:
1. Only phone numbers are stored in the three call logs.
Intercom calls are not recorded.
2. Caller ID service is required from your local phone company in
order to receive phone numbers, names and time stamps on
incoming calls. The Received and Missed Call Logs will
register no incoming calls if Caller ID service is not available.
5. Press “4” to set sound-related settings:
a. Press “1” to select ringer volume: Use ¿or À to scroll
through 5 options: Low, Vibrate, Off, High-then-Vibrate,
and High. Press SAVE (Left) soft key to save selection.
Default = High.
b. Press “2” to select ringer tone: Use ¿or À to scroll through
4 options: 0, 1, 2, and 3. Press SAVE (Left) soft key to
save selection. Default = 0.
c. Press “3” to select key volume when a key is pressed: Use
¿or À to
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i. Use ¿or À to scroll through options: On, Off, and 8
Seconds. Default = 8 seconds, meaning that the
backlight is always on. The 8-second option will turn
off the backlight after 8 seconds of inactivity.
ii. Press SAVE (Left) soft key to save setting.
h. Press “8” to change the Line selection:
i. Use ¿or À to scroll through options: On or Off. Default
= Off, meaning that you can not select the other
available lines to dial.
ii. Press SAVE (Left) soft key to save setting.
i. Press “9” to change the PBX option:
i. Press ADD soft key to edit a PBX feature to be
memorized and key in the name of the PBX features
just like editing a phonebook entry.
ii. Press SAVE (Left) soft key to save setting.
j. Press “0” to change Language:
i. Use ¿or À to scroll through options: English, Spanish,
and French. Default = English, meaning that LCD
display shows in English.
ii. Press SAVE (Left) soft key to save setting.
7. Press “6” to register or de-register handset: See Handset
Registration.
8. Press “7” to edit the message text:
a. Short text messages, up to 50 characters each, can be sent
from a handset to another handset or a group of handsets.
b. Up to 5 outgoing messages can be edited, stored and sent.
They are stored in the “Outbox” in the order they are
entered, with Message 01 being the most recent entry. The
message counter on the upper right corner of the LCD
display shows the message ID.
c. Up to 5 received messages can be stored for later
reference. They are stored in the “Inbox” in the order they
are received, with Message 01 being the most recently
received. The message counter on the upper right corner
of the LCD display shows the message ID.
d. Viewing and editing outgoing text messages:
I.
Press MENU (Right) soft key while the handset is in
standby.
II.
Press “7” following by “2” to enter Outbox menu.
III. Press ADD soft key to enter a new text message.
(1) Enter characters using the Character Table and method
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discussed in the Phonebook section.
(2) Use ¿orÀ scrolling key to move the cursor backward or
forward to insert character or delete the character. For
example, you are editing the message 1 as “Meeting
now.”
(3) When finished, press SAVE soft key to save change.
You will see the Text Message ID as 01 on the upper
right corner of the LCD screen.
e. Sending a text message:
i.
While viewing the message, press Intercom key
followed by a Handset ID or a Group ID (01-09).
ii.
The current message is sent.
iii. There will be no acknowledgement returned.
f. To erase or edit the current messages:
i.
Press Menu-7-2 to enter outbox text message.
ii.
Press OPTION soft key to erase or edit the current
message:
(1) Press “1” and confirm to erase message. Subsequent
messages will be moved up in the Outbox.
(2) Press “2” to edit message. Follow the instructions above
for entering a new message.
g. Receiving a text message:
i.
When a message arrives, a double beep alerts the
arrival of a text message.
ii.
The text message remains on the LCD display for 8
seconds and then is automatically stored in the Inbox.
h. Viewing received text messages:
i.
Press Menu-7-1 to enter Inbox menu
ii.
The LCD displays Message 01, the most recent
received message. Use ¿or À to view previous
messages. The LCD displays Empty if there is no
inbound text message.
iii.
Press SAVE soft key to return the message to Inbox.
iv. Press DELETE soft key and confirm to delete the
current message. Subsequent messages will be
moved up in the Inbox.
9. Item “8” is not available.
10. Press “9” to change system setting: See Auto-Attendant (AA)
and Line Selection.
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Technical Specifications
Electrical Specifications
Base Station
Frequency 902-928 MHz
RF Power Peak: 708 mW
Average: 304 mW
Channel Spacing 200 kHz
Number of Channels 128
Modulation MSK
Multiple Access Frequency Hopping TDMA
Frequency Hopping 100 per second
Rate
TDMA Frame Length 10 ms
Number of Slots/Frame 8
Number of 4
Users/Carrier
-2
Receiver Sensitivity < -108 dBm (@ BER 10 )
Antenna Connector Reverse TNC
Antenna Gain 2 dBi
5 dBi External (optional)
TX Power Control NA
Range
Telephone Interface RJ11 x 4
Speech Coding 8 kbps G.729A
Channel Coding 8 kbps Convolutional +
CRC
Transmission Data Rate 170.678 kbps
User Data Rate 128 kbps duplex
Duplex Time Division Duplex
(TDD)
Voice Quality TIA/EIA-470B
No. of System ID 65,536
Ring Signal 20-50 Hz, 12-90 Vrms
Auto-Attendant Coding 8 kbps G.729
Flash Time 100-900 ms
programmable
Power Source 120V/7V AC/DC Adapter
Charger Current
Charge Time
Regulation Compliance
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Humidity
Dimension without
antenna
Weight
NA
NA
FCC Part 15, Part 68
-10 – 60 °C
-10 – 70 °C
20 – 75 %
280 x 215 x 53 mm
8.5” x 11.0” x 2.1”
32 ounces
Portable Handset
902-928 MHz
Peak: 708 mW
Average: 76 mW
200 kHz
128
MSK
Frequency Hopping TDMA
100 per second
10 ms
8
4
-2
< -108 dBm (@ BER 10 )
Non-standard
2 dBi (Long)
0.5 dBi (Short)
100-708 mW
NA
8 kbps G.729A
8 kbps Convolutional +
CRC
176.678 kbps
128 kbps duplex
Time Division Duplex
(TDD)
TIA/EIA-470B
65,536
NA
8 kbps G.729
NA
3.6V, 1700 mAh Li-ion
Battery
500 mA
4 hours (from empty)
FCC Part 15, Part 68
-10 – 60 °C
-10 – 70 °C
20 – 75 %
161 x 58 x 31 mm
6.17 ounces
Notes:
1. NA = Not Applicable.
2. The manufacturer reserves the right to change designs
and specifications without notice.
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ENGENIUS TECHNOLOGIES U.S.A.
1580 SCENIC AVE.,
COSTA MESA, CA 92626
U.S.A.
TEL: 1-714-432-8668
FAX: 1-714-432-8667
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MARKHAM, ON L6G 1A8,
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