Diverse 5410 User Guide
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User Guide
BT DIVERSE 5410
This equipment is not designed for making
emergency telephone calls when the power fails.
Alternative arrangements should be made for
access to emergency services.
This product is intended for connection to analogue
public switched telephone networks and private
switchboards in the UK.
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Please open this page for an ‘At a glance’ guide
to your BT Diverse 5410.
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At a glance
Display
INT
Displays the status of your
handset.
Used to make
internal calls and
access the call
barring options.
Display buttons
Lets you access the
functions displayed
on the screen.
Green phone
Used to make and
answer calls.
Control button
Switches from
handsfree mode
back to handset.
Allows voice dialling.
Lets you display
options from the
menus.
Handsfree
Use to answer
calls or make a call
in handsfree mode.
SMS
Directory
Red phone
Opens the main
directory.
INT
Press to end a call,
return the display to
idle or turn the
power on and off.
M
One button
As well as being the
number one button
hold down to access
your Voice Mail
service.
Star/bell
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7PQRS
8 TUV
9WXYZ
0
Switches the handset
ringer on and off.
When writing text
messages, switches
between capitals,
lower case letters
and number options
Recall
Press for use with switchboards
and certain Network Services or
press and hold to enter a pause.
1
M
Opens main menu
R
Calls list
Lets you access your
lists – calls, SMS and
voice mail.
Keypad
Hash/Keyguard
Hold down to switch
the keypad guard on
and off.
Microphone
Extra Directory
Used to store an
additional 10 names
and numbers.
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Base
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Contact points
Registration/Page button
Use to register handsets.
Use to page a handset.
Base underside
Telephone line cord socket
2
Power socket
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In this guide
Additional features
Please refer to the separate Using
SMS User Guide for instructions on
using the SMS functionality.
Voice Mail
1
Main menu structure
4
Directory menus
Message menus
6
6
Quick guide to handset settings
7
Quick guide to handset display icons 8
Introduction
9
Unpacking your Diverse 5410
For your records
Safety information
9
9
10
Setting up
11
Using the telephone
15
Control button
Display buttons
Making and ending calls
Handsfree
Secrecy
Paging and internal calls
Using the main directory and extra directory
Character map
Birthday alert signal
Extra directory
VIP
Copying numbers
Redial
Voice dialling
Announcing the caller
Available memory
Caller Display and other
BT Calling Features
Caller Display
Calls list
SMS Notification
SMS (text messaging)
Network Mailbox
Call Waiting
Other BT Calling Features
41
Handset settings
At a glance
15
15
16
17
18
18
21
22
24
25
26
27
29
31
33
34
35
35
35
36
37
37
38
38
41
Alarm clock
Appointments
Shortcut buttons
Base station settings
Base station PIN
Call barring
43
43
44
48
52
52
52
Using additional handsets and bases 56
Registering additional handsets
Room monitor
Walk and talk
56
58
60
Help
62
General information
64
Guarantee
BT Accessories and replacement items
Technical information
Switchboard compatibility
Setting pauses
Index
64
64
65
65
67
69
Hints and tips boxes
In this user guide, we’ve included
helpful tips and important notes.
They are shown in boxes like this.
Helpline
If you experience any difficulties
with your BT Diverse 5410, please
call the BT Diverse Helpline on
08457 908 070.
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Main Menu
When using your SMS mailbox without a PIN
SMS
Write message
Incoming
Outgoing
Settings
Service Centres
Service Centre 1>
Service Centre 5
SMS Mailboxes
Mailbox 1>3
Notify Number
Notify Type
Missed Calls
On
Off
When using your SMS mailbox with a PIN or using 2-4 mailboxes
SMS
Mailbox 1-4
Write message
Incoming
Outgoing
Settings
Service Centres
Service Centre 1
Service Centre 5
Select Services
Withhold No.
All Calls
Call Divert
All calls
Call no.
On/Off
Call Waiting
On
Off
Ringback Off
Add. Features
Room Monitor
Walk and Talk
Calender/Clock
Set Appoints. 1-5
Alarm Clock
Missed Dates
Date/Time
Audio Settings
Handset Volume
Ringer Settings
Ext. Calls
Internal Calls
Appointments
Alarm
All
Advisory Tones
KeyTones
Confirm
Battery
Ringer Echo
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For further
information,
please refer to
your SMS user
guide.
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H/Set Settings
Auto Answer
Language
Register H/Set
Select Base
Base 1>
Base 4
Best Base
Screen Picture
(Please refer to your SMS user guide)
Reset Handset
Base settings
System PIN
Base Reset
Add. Features
Dialling Mode
Tone
Pulse
Tone-Earth
Recall
80ms
to
800ms
Repeater Mode
Access Code
Add. Emerg. No.
Listening In
Voice Mail
Set Key 1
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Directory and Extra directory menus
When you have Directory entries stored:
Press the
or
button.
New Entry is displayed followed by an alphabetical list of all directory entries.
Use
to scroll to the entry you want and then press
list of options.
Display Number
Edit Entry
Delete Entry
(main directory only)
VIP Entry
Copy and Edit (main directory only)
to open the following
Copy Entry
Delete List
Copy List
Available Memory
Message menus
Press
to open your Mailbox, then press
to scroll to either SMS (text
messages), Voicemail (on your Network’s voicemail service) or Calls list.
Press
Use
Press
SMS
to open the message list for the displayed option.
to select the message you want.
to select from the following list of options:
Reply
Answer: Yes
Reply
Answer: No
Use Text
Forward
Copy to Directory
View Content
Character Set
Voicemail
Calls List
Delete
Answer
Note
If you make a mistake, you can return to the previous menu by pressing the RED
PHONE button. If you keep pressing the RED PHONE button you will return to the
idle screen.
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Quick guide
Page
no
Switch the handset
OFF/ON:
(default is ON)
Hold down.
16
Switch Keyguard
on/off
Hold down.
46
Switch handset
ringer off/on
Hold down.
48
Make a call
or
or
Redial a number
to scroll through the list
Copy a displayed
number in the redial
list to the directory
Menu
16
to dial.
29
to display Copy to directory OK
Menu display shows Save entry OK
Dial from the
directory
add name
27
.
to name or number you want to dial
Dial from Calls list
Adjust handsfree
volume whilst in
handsfree mode
.
to display Calls List OK
.
23
to display the number you want
Menu Display shows Volume OK
. 37
to decrease/increase volume OK
17
Save .
Adjust earpiece
volume whilst
making a call
Menu display shows Volume OK
Make internal call
INT then
Call all handsets
INT
to decrease/increase volume Save .
46
18
to select handset
.
18
to Call All
.
19
Transfer call to
another handset
INT then
Put caller on hold
while you make
an internal call
INT then
to select handset
Back is selected, press OK .
Set date and time
Menu
enter date
to select handset
. When user answers, press
. When finished press Menu .
to display Calender/Clock OK
enter time
.
to display Date/Time OK
19
14
to select 12hr or 24hr Time mode Save .
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Quick guide to handset
display icons
Shows the status of the handset battery.
In range signal strength.
Redial, lists up to the last 10 dialled numbers.
SMS
Opens the SMS menu.
Flashes to indicated new messages (e.g. Calls or SMS).
Remains on, when you have old messages stored.
INT
MENU
For calling other handsets.
Opens the menu.
Scroll through the menu.
OK
Confirms function displayed.
Scroll left and right, when entering numbers or messages.
C
Deletes numbers/characters (from right to left).
Ringer off.
Keypad locked.
Crescendo tone.
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Introduction
Unpacking your
BT Diverse 5410
For your records
Date of purchase:
If anything is missing, please contact
your place of purchase immediately.
Place of purchase:
For guarantee purposes proof of
purchase is required, so please keep
your receipt.
BT Diverse 5410
One BT Diverse 5410
base station
Enter your system PIN code here:
INT
1
2 ABC
INTRODUCTION
One BT Diverse 5400
handset
M
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7PQRS
8 TUV
9WXYZ
0
R
For more information on your system
PIN, see page 52.
One power supply
for the base station
Note
One telephone
line cord
Two AAA rechargeable
batteries
If you experience any dif ficulties
with your BT Diverse 5410, please
call the BT Diverse Helpline on
08457 908 070.
One belt clip
Battery compartment
cover
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Safety information
Safety information
General
Only use the power supply included
with the product. Using an
unauthorised power supply will
invalidate your guarantee and may
damage the telephone. Power supply
number is C39280 -Z4 -C478.
SAFETY INFORMATION
For the handset use only AAA 1.2V
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH)
rechargeable batteries with a minimum
capacity of 700 mAh. Never use other
batteries or conventional alkaline
batteries. They could lead to a short
circuit or destroy the battery casing.
Batteries and accessories are available
from www.withandwithoutwires.com
or call 0870 240 5522.
If the Keyguard is switched on, it is
NOT possible to make calls, including
emergency numbers (999/112).
Cleaning
Simply clean the handset and base
station with a damp (not wet) cloth, or
an anti-static wipe. Never use household
polish as this will damage the product.
Never use a dry cloth as this may cause
a static shock.
Environmental
Do not expose to direct sunlight.
The product may heat up when the
batteries are being recharged. This is
normal. However, we recommend that
you do not place the product on
antique/veneered wood to avoid damage.
Do not stand your product on carpets or
other surfaces which generate fibres, or
place it in locations preventing the free
flow of air over its surfaces.
Do not open the base station or handset
(other than to change batteries). This
could expose you to high voltages or
other risks.
Do not submerge any part of your
product in water and do not use it in
damp or humid conditions, such as
bathrooms.
Radio signals transmitted between the
handset and base may cause interference
to hearing aids.
Do not expose your product to fire,
explosive or other hazardous conditions.
This product should not be used near
emergency/intensive care medical
equipment and should not be used by
people with pacemakers.
There is a slight chance that your phone
could be damaged by an electrical storm.
We recommend that you unplug the
power and telephone line cord during an
electrical storm.
Never dispose of batteries in a fire. There
is a serious risk of explosion and/or the
release of highly toxic chemicals.
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Setting up
Plan the location
2 Plug the power supply
unit into the wall socket
Situate your product close enough to
the telephone and mains power sockets
so that the cables will reach.
Make sure it is at least 1 metre away
from other electrical products to avoid
interference.
Do not situate the product in the
bathroom or other humid areas.
Plug the power supply cable into the
power socket on the underside of your
base.
SETTING UP
1 Connect the base station
WARNING
Do not connect the telephone line cord
to the phone socket until your handset
is fully charged. This will prevent the
risk of the phone being answered before
the battery is charged. Answering the
phone before the battery is fully
charged may prevent it from reaching
its optimum capacity.
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3 Registering and charging
the handset
The display is protected by a plastic
film. Remove the protective plastic film
from the display.
SMS
WARNING
Under no circumstances should
non-rechargeable batteries be used.
Only use AAA 1.2V Nickel Metal
Hydride (NiMH) rechargeable
batteries with a minimum capacity of
700 mAh.Using inappropriate batteries
will invalidate your guarantee and
may damage the telephone. Batteries
and accessories are available from
www.withandwithoutwires.com
or call 0870 240 5522.
Insert the batteries
To register the handset
SETTING UP
Insert the two batteries supplied, as
indicated inside the battery
compartment and slide the battery
compartment cover shut.
To register your handset, place it in the
base station with the display facing
upward. After approx. one minute, the
handset’s internal number is displayed
(e.g.: 1). Successful registration is
signalled by a confirmation tone.
When the handset is registered the
display will show:
SMS
The battery cover may be found in the
packaging with the batteries.
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If the icons on the display
flash continuously...
It means that the handset is not
registered with the base station.
Ensure you have correctly carried out
step 3. If the product has still not
registered, please see “Registering
manually” on page 57.
All additional handsets you purchase
will need to be individually registered
with the base station before they will
work with the BT Diverse 5410.
Battery level icons
When the batteries are almost flat a
beep sounds and the display shows the
empty battery icon. You will need to
recharge your handset before you can
use it. The various states of charge
are shown below:
Batteries fully charged
Batteries at 66%
Batteries at 33%
Batteries empty
If you go out of range of a base station
for a long time while your handset is
switched ON, it may take more than
20 minutes to ‘find’ the base station
again when you come back within
range. However, by simply switching
the handset OFF for a moment, then
ON again, it will find the base station
within a few seconds.
Battery performance
Batteries and case may become warm
during charging. This is normal.
Under ideal conditions, the handset
batteries should give about 13 hours
talktime or 170 hours standby time
on a single charge. However, new
NiMH batteries do not reach their full
capacity until they have been in
normal use for several days.
SETTING UP
Leave the handset for approx. 16 hours
in the base station to charge the
batteries, as they are not charged in the
factory. The battery status icon flashes
on the handset to indicate that the
batteries are being charged.
Out of range?
The charge capacity of rechargeable
batteries will reduce with time as they
wear out, so reducing the talk/standby
time of the handset. Eventually they
will need to be replaced. New batteries
are available from
www.withandwithoutwires.com
or call 0870 240 5522.
If you replace the handset batteries
with ones that have been fully charged,
the battery indicator will not show full
until the next charge cycle has been
completed. Charge the handset until
the batteries register full again. From
then on the display will be correct.
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4 Connect the telephone
line cord to the base and
plug into the wall socket
Setting the date and time
Press the RIGHT options
button.
Ensure that each end of the line cord is
fitted into the correct socket.
Press the DOWN navigation
button until the display shows
Calender/Clock.
OK
Press the OK options button.
Press DOWN until display
shows Date/Time.
OK
Press the OK options button.
Enter the day/month/year,
e.g. 05 10 03 for 5th October
2003.
Fit the belt clip onto the back of the
handset.
Slot
SETTING UP
Press DOWN to scroll to Time.
Enter the time – hours/
minutes. E.g. 0925 for 9.25am.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Time Mode.
Press LEFT/RIGHT to select
12hr or 24hr clock
Your BT Diverse 5410 is now
ready for use.
SAVE
Press SAVE to confirm.
Display shows Entry Saved.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
Note
If you subscribe to a Caller Display
service the time and date will be set
with the first incoming call.
However, the year setting will have to
be changed manually. See opposite.
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Using the telephone
Control button
Display buttons
The control button lets you open menus and gives you
shortcuts to different functions such as Voice Dialling.
Control button
INT
M
Control button functions
In lists and menus
When adding entries
Voice dialling
(press and hold)
Scroll up
Move cursor one
line up
Open directory
Scroll down
Move cursor one
line down
Open main menu
Confirm selection
Move cursor to
the right
Open handset list
Scroll back one level
in the menu
Move cursor to
the left
USING THE TELEPHONE
In idle mode
Display buttons
These are the two buttons directly underneath the display.
The functions vary according to how you are using the phone.
Display button functions
The display shows the current function is shown directly above each button.
Icon
Function
Lets you access the last 10 numbers dialled.
OK
Confirms menu function or entry.
SMS
Opens SMS text menu
Deletes characters from right to left
Takes you one menu level back.
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For example,
To adjust the handsfree
loudspeaker volume
To switch the handset power
on and off
Press and hold the RED
PHONE button to switch the
handset off.
Press RIGHT to open the
main menu.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Audio Settings.
OK
Press RIGHT or the OK
display button.
OK
Confirm Handset Volume by
pressing RIGHT or the OK
display button.
USING THE TELEPHONE
Press LEFT/RIGHT to adjust
the volume.
SAVE
Press and hold the RED
PHONE button to switch the
handset on again.
Making and ending calls
To make an external call
Ensure the handset is
switched on.
Press SAVE to confirm.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
Press the GREEN PHONE
button. You hear the dial tone.
Alternatively:
Dial the number.
Press the HANDSFREE button
twice.
Press LEFT/RIGHT to adjust
the volume.
SAVE
Preparatory dialling
Press SAVE to confirm.
Dial the number first.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
Note
To exit a menu at any time, press the
RED PHONE button. This will take
you back one step. Keep pressing the
RED PHONE button to return to the
idle screen.
C
If you make a mistake, press
the C display button to
remove any incorrect digits.
Press the GREEN PHONE
button to dial the number.
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Handsfree
To end a call
Press the RED PHONE button.
Call timer
Your handset automatically times the
duration of all external calls, showing it
on the display during your call and for
a few seconds after it is finished.
Handsfree allows you to talk to your
caller without holding the handset and
enables other people in the room to
listen to the conversation. Your hands
are left free, for example, to take notes.
Note
You can test the handsfree function by
dialling the BT speaking clock on 123.
To receive an external call
To make a handsfree call
Dial the number.
Or
Accept
Press the HANDSFREE button.
The loudspeaker is switched
on and you hear the number
being dialled.
Press the Accept display
button.
Or
To switch back to using the
handset and any time, press
the GREEN PHONE button.
If the handset is on the base,
simply lift it up and speak.
You do not need to press the
GREEN PHONE button.
This is called Autotalk. You
can switch autotalk off so you
always have to press the
GREEN PHONE button to
answer a call, see page 49.
USING THE TELEPHONE
Press the GREEN PHONE
button to answer the call.
To adjust the handsfree
volume whilst in handsfree
mode
Press the LOUDSPEAKER
button.
Press LEFT/RIGHT to increase
or decrease the volume.
SAVE
Press the SAVE display button
to save the new volume setting.
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To answer a call in handsfree
When the phone rings:
Press the HANDSFREE button.
To switch to handsfree during
a call
Secrecy
During a call, you can switch off your
handset’s microphone so your caller
cannot hear you. They will hear a
melody instead so you can talk to
someone else in the room.
To switch secrecy on and off
During a call:
You can switch to handsfree at
any time during a call.
Press LEFT. The microphone
is switched off. Your caller
hears a melody.
Press and switch back to
private conversation again by
pressing the GREEN PHONE
button.
Note
If you need to replace the handset in
the base station during a call, for
example, because the battery is flat,
hold down the HANDSFREE button.
➤
USING THE TELEPHONE
Press the HANDSFREE button.
The call is transferred to the
loudspeaker.
Press RETURN to speak to
your caller again
Paging and internal calls
You can alert a handset user that they
are wanted, or locate a missing handset.
If you have multiple handsets registered
to the base you can make internal calls
between handsets.
To make an internal call
INT
M
Press the LEFT/INT button.
A list of all the handsets that
are registered to the base are
listed. You can select any of
them.
Your handset is identified by
INT 1 <.
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Press UP/DOWN to scroll to
the handset you want to call
and press the GREEN PHONE
button.
Press UP/DOWN to scroll to
the handset you want to call or
Call all handsets.
Press the GREEN PHONE
button to call. When the other
handset answer can tell them
you are transferring the call.
Or
Press the handset number you
want to call on the keypad.
Press the RED PHONE button
to put the call through.
Or
Call All
Select Call All to ring all the
handsets registered
to the base and press the
GREEN PHONE button. Your
call will be taken by the first
handset user to answer.
Note
You can also put the call through
without announcing it by immediately
pressing the RED PHONE button after
dialling the other handset.
USING THE TELEPHONE
Note
You can also page all handsets by
pressing the PAGE button on the base
station.
To put an external call on
hold while you make an
internal call
This enables you to ask another
handset user a question and
then get straight back to your
caller.
To transfer an external call
between handsets
You can forward an external call
to another handset registered
to the base.
During a call:
INT
M
During an external call:
INT
M
Press the LEFT/INT button to
display a list of handsets. Your
caller is put on hold and hears
musical tones.
Press the LEFT/INT button to
display a list of handsets. Your
caller is put on hold and hears
musical tones.
Press UP/DOWN to scroll to
the handset you want to call.
OK
Press OK to call.
Or
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Press the handset number
you want to call on the keypad
to the base and press the
GREEN PHONE button.
To answer a waiting call
during an internal call
If you are making an internal
call and hear the Call Waiting
tone you can immediately take
the incoming call.
You can now speak with the
other handset user.
To return to your external call:
END
Press END.
You are re-connected.
ACCEPT
Press the ACCEPT button to
end your internal call and take
the new call.
Or
Three-way conversation
REJECT
USING THE TELEPHONE
While you are talking to an
external caller, another
handset user can join in.
Press the REJECT button to
reject Call Waiting. The Call
Waiting tone is switched off and
you can carry on with your call
to the other handset user.
Note
To use the Three-way conversation
feature, make sure the Listening In
setting is switched ON, see opposite.
To switch the Listening In
function on/off
Press RIGHT to open the menu.
While you are on an
external call:
The other handset user’s
screen shows In use.
Press DOWN to scroll to Base
Settings.
OK
Press the GREEN PHONE
button.
Press the RED PHONE to exit
the conversation.
Press OK.
Press DOWN to scroll to Add.
Features.
OK
Press OK.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Listening In.
OK
Press OK.
Enter the System PIN (original
setting 0000)
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OK
OK
Press OK. Listening In with a
indicates it is switched on.
OK
Press the OK display button.
Enter the telephone number.
Or
Scroll DOWN to Enter Name.
Press OK again to switch off,
the
disappears.
Enter the name.
Press RED PHONE to return to
the idle display.
Enter the name using the letters
on the keypad. For example, to
enter the name TOM:
Using the main directory
and extra directory
You can enter up to 32 digits and up to
16 letters.
The Extra directory – opened by
pressing the
button on the keypad –
gives you extra quick access to your 9
most important and/or frequently used
numbers.
You can create a main directory, SMS
directory and Extra directory just for
your handset. You can also copy each
directory to other handsets registered
to the same base station, see page 28.
8 TUV
Press the 8 button, T appears
on the display.
6 MNO
Press the 6 button three times
until the display shows O.
6 MNO
Then press the 6 button to
display M.
For the full character map, see
page 22.
MENU
OK
USING THE TELEPHONE
You can store a total of up to 200 names
and numbers, in the main directory,
SMS directory and Extra directory
depending on the length of each entry.
Entering names:
Press MENU then Save Entry
is displayed.
Press the OK display button.
Or
To enter their birthday:
Scroll down to Annivers: Date.
Enter the person’s birthday
OK
SAVE
Press the OK display button.
Press SAVE to confirm.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
To store an entry in the
main directory
Press the DIRECTORY button.
Display shows New Entry.
Note
Please refer to the section ‘Add
Birthday Alert’, page 24.
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Note
The first letter of each name, and the
first letter after a punctuation mark
are automatically shown as capitals.
Letters are always added to the left of
the cursor.
Press to switch between capitals
and lower case.
Press to move the cursor.
C
1
Press to delete from right to left.
Press 1 to enter a blank space.
Character map
USING THE TELEPHONE
These are the characters you can use when storing a directory entry.
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th
9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th
press press press press press press press press press press press press press press
1
1
€
£
$
¥
2 ABC
a
b
c
2
ä
á
à
â
3 DEF
d
e
f
3
ë
é
è
ê
4 GHI
g
h
i
4
ï
í
ì
î
5 JKL
j
k
l
5
6 MNO
m
n
o
6
ö
ñ
ó
ò
7PQRS
p
q
r
s
7
ß
8 TUV
t
u
v
8
ü
ú
ù
û
9WXYZ
w
x
y
z
9
ÿ
ý
a➔A
✱
/
(
)
<
.
,
?
!
0
+
#
@
\
&
§
0
ã
ç
ô
õ
æ
ø
å
=
>
%
-
:
¿
¡
“
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To dial a name and number in
the main directory
To edit entries in the
main directory
Press DIRECTORY to open
the list.
Scroll DOWN to the entry
you want
Press the DIRECTORY button.
Press UP or DOWN to scroll
to the entry name you want.
VIEW
Press the VIEW display button
to see the entry details.
EDIT
Press the EDIT display button.
C
Edit the number, if necessary
using the LEFT/RIGHT and
DELETE buttons.
Or
Enter the first letter of the
name you want, e.g. for Emma,
press 3 twice to search for
names beginning with E
Press the GREEN PHONE
button. The number is dialled.
Scroll DOWN to edit the name.
To view entries in the
main directory
OK
If the name is correct, press
the MENU display button.
Save Entry is displayed
USING THE TELEPHONE
MENU
Press OK to confirm.
Or
Press the DIRECTORY button.
Press UP or DOWN to scroll
to the entry name you want.
VIEW
Press VIEW to see the entry
details.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
C
MENU
OK
If you wish to edit the name,
enter a new name now using
the LEFT/RIGHT and DELETE
buttons.
If the name is correct, press
the MENU display button.
Save Entry is displayed
Press OK to confirm.
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To add a birthday alert to
an entry
You can save birthdays in
the directory along with a
reminder alarm to help you
remember them. When the
birthday date and time you
have set arrives, the handset
will automatically alert you.
Press the DIRECTORY button.
Birthday alert signal
A birthday alarm is signalled by
showing the directory entry and
icon. If you have set a ringer alert, the
melody selected is played.
To stop a birthday alert
When the alert rings or the
visual alert is displayed
OFF
Scroll UP or DOWN to scroll
to the entry name you want.
USING THE TELEPHONE
VIEW
EDIT
Press VIEW to see the entry
details.
Or
SMS
Press RIGHT to open the
Anniversary section.
To delete an entry from the
main directory
Press the DIRECTORY button.
Enter the date and time you
want for the alarm call.
Press UP or DOWN to scroll
to the entry name you want.
Then select whether you want
to be reminded by a Visual or
Ringer alert.
SAVE
Press SMS to send a text
message to the person.
Press EDIT
Scroll DOWN to Annivers:
OK
Press the OFF display button.
Press RIGHT.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Delete Entry.
Press the OK display button.
Press SAVE to confirm.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
OK
Press the OK display button.
Display shows Entry has been
deleted.
You can either delete another
entry, or
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
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To delete the entire main
directory
Scroll DOWN to Enter Key.
Press LEFT/RIGHT to select a
button number, 0 or 2-9 under
which to store the entry.
Press the DIRECTORY button.
Press UP or DOWN to scroll
to the entry name you want.
Press RIGHT.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Delete List.
OK
Press the OK display button.
Display asks Delete all
entries?
Press YES to confirm or NO
to exit.
Extra directory
This is an additional directory where
you can store up to 10 of your most
important and/or frequently dialled
names and numbers.
To store an entry in the
Extra directory
Press the EXTRA DIR button.
Display shows New Entry.
OK
Press the OK display button.
Enter the telephone number.
Scroll DOWN to Enter Name.
Enter the name.
Press SAVE to confirm.
Add another entry or press
RED PHONE to return to the
idle display.
To dial from the
Extra directory
Press and hold the single
number assigned to the Extra
directory entry you want. The
phone number is displayed.
USING THE TELEPHONE
YES
or
NO
SAVE
Press the GREEN PHONE
button. The number is dialled.
Or
Press the EXTRA DIRECTORY
button to open the list.
Scroll DOWN to the entry
you want
Press the GREEN PHONE
button. The number is dialled.
Note
To view/edit or delete entries from
the Extra directory, press the
button and then follow instructions
on pages 23 and 24.
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To delete the entire
Extra directory
To mark a directory/Extra
directory entry as a VIP
Press the DIRECTORY button.
Press UP or DOWN to scroll
to the entry name you want.
Press RIGHT.
OK
USING THE TELEPHONE
YES
or
NO
Note
You must have Caller Display
working in order for this feature
to work.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Delete List.
Press the DIRECTORY button.
Press the OK display button.
Display asks Delete all
Press UP or DOWN to scroll
to the entry name you want.
entries?
Press RIGHT.
Press YES to confirm or NO
to exit.
Press DOWN to scroll to
VIP Entry.
Press RIGHT to open the VIP
options list.
Note
Press RIGHT to switch VIP ON.
This Extra directory does not “name
and number match” when used with
Caller Display.
Press DOWN. The current
melody is played.
Press LEFT/RIGHT to scroll
through and hear the 10
melody options.
VIP
To mark a directory/Extra directory
entry as a VIP.
You can select particularly important
entries as VIPs. You can then assign a
different ringer melody to the entry so
you can tell who's calling by the ring.
SAVE
Press SAVE to select the
melody option you want.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
After the phone starts ringing, your
Diverse 5410 recognises the caller's
number and changes the ring to the
VIP melody you have selected.
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Copying numbers
To copy a number from an
SMS text message to the
directory
To copy numbers to the
directory from the Redial and
Calls list
Press the ENVELOPE button.
OK
Scroll DOWN to the SMS you
want.
When the Redial or Calls list
telephone number is displayed:
OK
Press RIGHT to open the
Options list.
READ
Press READ. The message is
displayed.
Scroll DOWN to Copy to
Directory.
MENU
Press MENU to open the menu.
Scroll DOWN to Copy to the
directory.
OK
Scroll DOWN to Name.
Use the keypad to enter the
name.
If you wish, enter a name to
go with the number.
Scroll DOWN to Date.
Enter birthday details if
required.
Press the SAVE display button.
Press OK.
USING THE TELEPHONE
Press the OK display button.
A new directory entry is
opened.
Scroll DOWN to Name.
SAVE
Press OK to open the SMS list.
MENU
OK
Press MENU to open the menu.
Display shows Save entry.
Press OK to confirm.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
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To copy an SMS sender’s
phone number
To copy a directory entry or
the whole directory list to
another handset
Press the ENVELOPE button.
OK
Press DIRECTORY to open the
directory.
Press OK to open the SMS list.
Scroll DOWN to the SMS you
want.
MENU
Scroll DOWN to the entry you
want.
Press MENU to open the menu.
Press RIGHT to open the
Options list.
Scroll DOWN to Copy to the
directory.
OK
Scroll DOWN and select either:
Press OK.
Copy Entry – to copy an
individual entry.
Scroll DOWN to Name.
USING THE TELEPHONE
Use the keypad to enter the
name.
MENU
OK
Press MENU to open the menu.
Display shows Save entry.
Or
Copy List – to copy the whole
directory list.
OK
Press OK to confirm.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
Press OK.
Scroll DOWN to the handset
you want to copy to e.g. INT 2.
OK
Press OK to confirm.
Press RED PHONE to return to
the idle display.
Note
You will only be able to copy directory
entries if you are using the Diverse
5300 or 5400 handset.
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To copy and change a
directory entry
Press DIRECTORY to open the
directory.
Scroll DOWN to the entry you
want.
Redial
Your handset automatically saves the
last 10 telephone numbers dialled into
a redial list.
To dial a number in the
redial list
Press RIGHT to open the
Options list.
Press the REDIAL display
button. The last number
dialled will be displayed.
Scroll DOWN to Copy and Edit.
OK
Press the OK display button.
Press DOWN to scroll through
the redial list.
Edit the number, if necessary.
Scroll DOWN to Name.
Edit the name, if necessary
USING THE TELEPHONE
Press the GREEN PHONE
button to dial the number.
Scroll DOWN to Date.
Edit birthday details if
required.
SAVE
To edit a number in the
redial list
Press the SAVE display button.
Press the REDIAL display
button. The last number
dialled will be displayed.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
Press DOWN to scroll to the
number you want.
Note
VIP settings or voice commands
cannot be copied.
Press RIGHT to open the
menu.
Press DOWN to highlight
Display Number.
OK
Press OK.
Use LEFT/RIGHT button to
move the cursor and make the
changes you want.
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To delete a number in the
redial list
Press the REDIAL display
button. The last number
dialled will be displayed.
Press DOWN to scroll to the
number you want.
Press RIGHT to open the
menu.
Press DOWN to highlight
Delete Entry.
OK
Scroll DOWN to the number
you want to redial
MENU
Press MENU.
Automatic Redial is displayed.
OK
Press OK to confirm.
The display will show e.g.
Automatic Redial
0208 123 4567
Press the RED PHONE button
to return to the idle display and
cancel the automatic redial.
Press the OK display button.
Display shows Entry has been
deleted.
USING THE TELEPHONE
Press the REDIAL button.
Press the RED PHONE button
to return to the idle display.
Automatic redial
Your BT Diverse 5410 can
automatically redial a number
for you every 20 seconds until
the called number rings. If the
called person does not answer,
the call will be terminated
after approx. 30 seconds. Your
BT Diverse 5410 will attempt
to redial up to 10 times.
Note
Automatic redial will be cancelled if
you make a call to another telephone.
To copy a number into the
directory
See ‘Copying numbers’, page 28.
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Voice dialling
Note
Up to four different users can record
names for voice dialling.
If your recording sounds too similar
to another recording, a message
tells you.
➤
You can make calls by speaking the
name of the person you want into your
handset.
Press RETURN to go back to
the start of voice recording.
A total of 29 names can be recorded for
voice dialling.
Remember that your Diverse 5410 will
only respond to voice that has made the
original recording.
To record a name for
Voice dialling
Press DIRECTORY to open the
directory.
Scroll DOWN to the entry
you want.
VOICE
Press VOICE. The User list is
displayed.
Press UP/DOWN to select the
User 1-4 identity you want,
e.g. User 1.
OK
RECORD
Press OK.
Press RECORD and follow the
simple on-screen prompts to
record the person's name.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
If you want to change the
voice dialling name for any
entry, you must first delete the
existing recording and then rerecord a new name.
USING THE TELEPHONE
Once you have created a
directory entry, you can add a
recording for Voice dialling.
Changing a Voice dialling
name
To call a number using
Voice dialling
Press and hold the UP button.
Display shows Please Speak
Now.
Speak the name of the person
you want in the same manner
as your recording.
You hear the name repeated
and the number is displayed
and dialled.
If the name is not recognised,
the display shows Voice Not
Recognised. Repeat Voice
dialling.
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To assign or change a
user name
To play your Voice dialling
recording
Instead of having to remember
which user you are – User 1-4
– you can set your own name
for Voice dialling.
Press DIRECTORY to open
the directory.
Press DIRECTORY to open
the directory.
Scroll DOWN to the entry you
want.
VOICE
Scroll DOWN to the entry
you want.
VOICE
Press VOICE.
Press DOWN to scroll to the
User you want.
OK
If necessary scroll DOWN to
select the User you want.
USING THE TELEPHONE
EDIT
C
Press OK. The first Voice
dialling name in the User list
is displayed.
Press DOWN to scroll to the
entry you want.
Press EDIT.
Press DELETE to delete the
current User name.
Enter the User name you
want, e.g. your name.
SAVE
Press VOICE.
Press SAVE to confirm.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
PLAY
Press PLAY to hear the
recording.
Either scroll to more names in
the list.
Or
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
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To delete a Voice
dialling name
VOICE
To switch the caller
announcement on/off
Press DIRECTORY to open
the directory.
Press RIGHT to open the
menu.
Scroll DOWN to the entry
you want.
Scroll DOWN to Audio
Settings.
Press VOICE.
OK
If necessary, press DOWN to
scroll to the user you want.
Scroll DOWN to Ringer
Settings.
Press RIGHT. Voice dialling
entries have a
displayed.
OK
Press OK. Display shows
Ext. Calls.
Press RIGHT to open the
Menu.
OK
Press OK.
Scroll down to Delete Name.
Scroll DOWN to highlight
Announce On/Off.
Press OK. Display shows
Voice Prompt Deleted.
Press RIGHT to switch
between On and Off.
SAVE
Announcing the caller
If you have recorded a Voice dialling
name with a directory entry, when that
number calls, your Diverse 5410 will
announce the name you have recorded.
USING THE TELEPHONE
OK
Press OK.
Press SAVE to confirm the
setting displayed.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
For the announcement to work, the
number must be received by your
network’s Caller Display service.
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Available memory
The memory is shared by the main and
Extra directories. The total memory
available is displayed.
To access available memory
Press DIRECTORY to open
the directory.
Scroll DOWN to any entry.
Press RIGHT to open the
Options list.
USING THE TELEPHONE
Scroll DOWN to Available
memory.
Press RIGHT. The number of
entries available is shown.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
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Caller Display and other
BT Calling Features
Note
IMPORTANT
To use Caller Display and Call Waiting
you must first subscribe to the Services
from your Network Provider. For more
information on BT’s Calling Features
call BT free on 0800 800 150.
If you have a new call in your Calls
list, the
icon will flash on the
handset display.
Note
Calls that are ‘withheld’, ‘unavailable’
or ‘international’ are not stored in
the Calls list, as there is no telephone
number sent via the Network.
If you have stored a name to go with
the number in your handset directory,
the name will be display instead.
Calls list
Please ensure that you have stored the
full telephone number, including the
area code, otherwise the name will not
match the number stored in the
directory.
If the caller has withheld their number,
the display will show WITHHELD.
If you call from another handset, the
display shows either the handset
number and INT or the name assigned
to that handset.
BT CALLING FEATURES
If you subscribe to a Caller Display
service you can see who is calling on
your handset display, as well as the
date and time of their call (unless the
number has been withheld).
The Calls list contains details of up to
30 callers.
You can set whether the Calls list
contains details of only calls you have
missed (this is the default setting) or all
received calls.
You can display, scroll through and dial
numbers in the list and copy them to
the directory.
If a call is received when the Calls list is
full then the oldest entry will be
deleted automatically.
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The
button lets you open:
• Calls list.
To set Calls list to contain all
calls received or missed calls
• Network Mailbox.
The default setting is to
display missed calls only.
• Text messages (SMS).
Press the ENVELOPE button.
Press the DOWN button to
scroll to Calls List.
The Calls list screen
Type of Calls list:
OK
Missed Calls or All Calls.
Press RIGHT to open the
menu.
• Most recent call is
displayed first.
Press the DOWN button to
scroll to Calls Settings.
• Number of calls.
BT CALLING FEATURES
• Phone number of caller.
OK
• Date and time of call.
DELETE
ANSWER
Press to delete the call from
the list.
Press ANSWER to call the
number displayed.
NEW CALL
The call is new.
OLD CALL
The call details have been
viewed.
Press OK. The most recent
call is displayed.
Press OK. The current setting
Missed Calls or All Calls is
ticked.
To select the option you want:
OK
Press OK to confirm.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
SMS Notification
You can arrange for your BT Diverse
5410 SMS phone to automatically send
an SMS notification to your mobile, or
other SMS device, when it receives a
new call or a new answering machine
message. This is particularly useful if
you are expecting an important call and
you have to go out.
Please refer to page 16 of your SMS
user guide.
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To view, call or delete
numbers in the Calls list
OK
Press RIGHT to open the
menu.
Press the ENVELOPE button.
Scroll DOWN to Calls List
or SMS.
OK
DELETE
Press OK. Details of the most
recent incoming call are
displayed.
Press DELETE to clear the
entry and see the next one.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Delete Calls List.
OK
Press OK to confirm.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
Note
Or
ANSWER
Press OK. Details of the most
recent incoming call are
displayed.
Press ANSWER to dial the
number displayed.
BT CALLING FEATURES
Or
To copy a Calls list number to the
directory or Extra directory see
‘Copying numbers’, page 28.
Press UP/DOWN to scroll
through the list.
SMS (text messaging)
Note
To exit the Calls list at any time,
press the RED PHONE button until
you reach the idle display.
For instructions on using the SMS
functionality, please refer to the separate
‘Using SMS user guide’.
Network Mailbox
To delete the entire Calls list
Press the ENVELOPE button.
Scroll DOWN to Calls List
or SMS.
By pressing the
button you can
also access your network mailbox facility
whether it is behind a switchboard or
via 1571.
For instructions on setting up and
operating this function, please refer to
page 41, “To set one-touch access to your
messages”.
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Other BT Calling Features
Call Waiting
If you subscribe to a Call Waiting
service, when you are on a call and
another person tries to call you, the
second caller's number will appear on
the handset display and you will hear
an intermittent beep through the
handset. This is to alert you to the
other caller waiting to speak to you.
To accept a waiting call
BT CALLING FEATURES
During a call when you hear
the Call Waiting beeps:
The number (or name if stored
in the directory) of the second
caller will flash on the display.
MENU
Options before you make a call
Before you make a call you can:
• Withhold your number from being
sent for one call.
• Switch Call Waiting on/off.
• Switch off Ring Back.
• Divert all calls to another number.
(This is a subscription service.)
To withhold your number
from being sent
Press the MENU display
button.
Display shows Accept Call
Waiting.
OK
Your Diverse 5410 handset helps you use
your Network's special services. For full
details ask your Network provider.
1
4 GHI
1
Press OK.
Your number appears on the
display of the person you call.
You can withhold it from the
next call.
Enter 141 before dialling the
number you are calling.
Or
Press the UP/DOWN buttons
to switch between callers.
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
Press the DOWN button to
scroll to Select Services.
OK
Press OK. Withhold number is
highlighted.
OK
Press OK.
Enter the telephone number
you want to call.
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Press GREEN PHONE.
The number is dialled and
your number is withheld from
this call.
Ring Back Off
5 JKL
If you make a call and the
number is engaged you can set
your phone to ring you back
once the number is free by
pressing 5. If you want to cancel
this request, i.e. if you have to
go out before the call rings back.
MENU
Press the MENU button to open
the menu.
To switch Call Waiting on/off
The default setting is on.
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
Press the DOWN button to
scroll to Select Services.
Press the DOWN button to
scroll to Select Services.
OK
OK
Press OK.
OK
Press OK.
Press the DOWN button to
scroll to Call Waiting.
OK
BT CALLING FEATURES
Press the DOWN button to
scroll to Ringback Off.
Press the DOWN button to
scroll to All Calls.
OK
Press OK.
Press OK.
To set Call Divert
Press OK.
Press LEFT/RIGHT to select
between On and Off.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
You can divert all incoming
calls to another number where
you can be reached.
Note
Call Divert is a subscription service
with your Network provider. You
may be charged a fee.
You can divert:
• All calls – calls are put
straight through to the
number you have set.
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• No answer – calls are
forwarded if your phone is
not answered.
• When busy – calls are
forwarded if your phone is
engaged.
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
Press the DOWN button to
scroll to Select Services.
OK
Press OK.
Press the DOWN button to
scroll to All Calls.
OK
Press OK.
BT CALLING FEATURES
Press the DOWN button to
scroll to Call Divert.
OK
Press OK.
Press LEFT/RIGHT to select
All calls, No answer or
When busy.
Scroll DOWN to Call no.
Press RIGHT. Display shows
Phone Number:.
Enter the telephone number to
which you want calls diverted.
MENU
OK
Press the MENU button.
Press OK to save the entry.
Scroll DOWN to Status.
Press RIGHT to select On or
Off.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
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Additional features
Voice Mail
If you have Call Minder or a Network
Messaging service on your telephone
line, you can set the 1 button to access
your messages.
To set up quick access to
your Voice Mail service when
connected to a switchboard
e.g. Meridian Mail
To set or change one-touch
access to your messages
Press the RIGHT button to open
the menu.
Enter the access number
for your messaging service
e.g. 7000.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Voice Mail.
OK
Press OK. Display shows
Set Key 1.
OK
Press OK. Display highlights
Network Mailb.
OK
Press OK. Display shows
Enter mailbox number.
Enter the telephone number
of your messaging service.
For example, 1571 to access
‘BT Answer’ voice mail service.
MENU
Press the MENU button.
OK
Press OK. Display shows
Entry Saved.
Press RED PHONE to return to
the idle display.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Follow the steps given above,
but when you come to enter
the telephone number of your
messaging service, you will
need to follow the example
below:
R
Press and hold the RECALL
button until P is displayed to
enter a pause in the dialling
sequence.
Enter your extension number
followed by a #, e.g. 1234#.
R
Press and hold the RECALL
button until P is displayed to
enter another pause in the
dialling sequence.
Enter your pin followed by a
# , e.g. 0000#.
The entire number should look
like this:
7000P1234#P000000#
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OK
Press OK.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
Note
If you store your security PIN as part
of a quick access number, anyone with
access to the handset will be able to
retrieve your messages.
To call your Network Voice
mailbox
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
1
Press and hold down the
1 button.
When set up it will take you
into your message service. If
during the set up you entered
your security PIN as well as
the telephone number you will
be taken quickly into your
messages. If the security PIN
was not included you will have
to enter this number now
followed by a #.
You will be taken into your
messages.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
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Handset settings
You can choose a range of settings to suit your
personal preferences.
To set the date and time
If you have subscribed to a
Caller Display service your BT
Diverse 5410 will automatically
set the correct date and time
when you receive your first call.
You can also set the date and
time manually.
Alarm clock
Providing the date and time has been
set, your BT Diverse 5410 provides
alarm clock functions.
To use the alarm clock
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
Press the RIGHT button to open
the menu.
OK
OK
Press OK.
Press LEFT/RIGHT to switch
the alarm clock function On.
Press OK.
Enter the date – day, month,
year.
Scroll DOWN to Time.
Scroll DOWN to Time and enter
the time – hours, minutes.
Enter the time at which you
want the alarm to go off,
e.g. 0730 for 7.30am.
Scroll DOWN to Time Mode.
Press LEFT/RIGHT to switch
between the 12 and 24 hour
clock.
SAVE
Press OK.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Alarm Clock.
Press OK.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Date/Time.
OK
OK
Press SAVE to confirm.
Press RED PHONE to return to
the idle display.
HANDSET SETTINGS
Press DOWN to scroll to
Calender/Clock.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Calender/Clock.
AM/PM
SAVE
If your handset is set to
12 hour mode, press the
AM/PM display button to
switch between am and pm
Press SAVE to confirm.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
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To switch the alarm off
When the alarm goes off, it will
ring for 30 seconds.
SILENCE
Press the SILENCE display
button to switch the alarm off.
Appointments
You can use your handset to remind
you of up to 5 appointments.
To set an appointment
reminder call
Note
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
The alarm clock will ring only if the
handset is in idle mode. It will not ring
if the handset is being used as a room
monitor or while a call is being made.
HANDSET SETTINGS
To set a different ringer melody
and volume for the alarm clock, see
page 46.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Calender/Clock.
OK
Press OK. Display shows
Set Appoints.
OK
Press OK. Display highlights
Appointment 1.
If required, scroll DOWN to
another appointment setting
1-5.
To prevent the alarm
from ringing
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
OK
Press LEFT/RIGHT to switch
the appointment On.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Calender/Clock.
OK
Scroll DOWN to Date.
Press OK.
Enter the date of the
appointment – day, month,
e.g. 2005 for 20th May.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Alarm Clock.
OK
Press OK.
Scroll DOWN to Time.
Press LEFT/RIGHT to switch
the alarm clock function Off.
OK
Enter the time of the
appointment – hours, minutes,
e.g. 1530 for 3.30pm
Display shows Save. Press the
OK button.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
Press OK.
Scroll DOWN to Notes.
EDIT
Press the EDIT display button.
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If required, scroll DOWN to
another appointment setting
1-5.
Enter the name or place, up to
16 characters.
OK
SAVE
Press OK.
Press SAVE to confirm.
OK
Press LEFT/RIGHT to switch
the appointment Off.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
SAVE
Note
If you do not enter a name, the display
will show Appointment when you
receive the reminder call.
You can set a different ringer melody
and volume for appointment reminder
calls, see page 47.
To cancel an appointment
reminder call
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
To receive the appointment
alarm
When the alarm goes off, it will
ring for 30 seconds.
SILENCE
If you miss an appointment or
birthday reminder, it will be
saved in a list. You can view
and delete entries in this list.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Calender/Clock.
OK
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
Press OK. Display shows
Set Appoints.
Press OK. Display highlights
Appointment 1.
Press the SILENCE display
button. The Appointment is
then deleted from the list.
To view and delete missed
appointments and birthday
reminders
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
OK
Press SAVE to confirm.
HANDSET SETTINGS
Appointment details will only be
displayed when the handset is in idle
mode. It will not be shown if the
handset is being used as a room
monitor or while a call is being made.
Press OK.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Calender/Clock.
OK
Press OK.
Scroll DOWN to Missed Dates.
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OK
Press OK.
IMPORTANT
Scroll DOWN through the list.
A missed appointment has a
symbol. A missed birthday
has a
symbol.
DELETE
Press DELETE to delete the
entry.
An incoming call automatically
switches the keypad on again. Once
the call is ended, the keypad reverts
to off.
Emergency numbers cannot
be dialled while the keypad
guard is switched on.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
Press and hold the #/KEY
button to use the keypad again.
Note
HANDSET SETTINGS
If there is a new appointment in the
list, the display shows APPOINT. You can
press this display button to open the list
of appointments and birthdays. Once
you have viewed the list, the APPOINTS
display will disappear from the screen.
To switch keypad guard
on/off
You can turn the handset
buttons off so that you do not
accidentally dial a number
when carrying the handset
around.
To change the handsfree/
earpiece volume
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Audio Settings.
OK
Press OK. Display highlights
H/set Volume.
OK
Press OK. You hear the
current handsfree speaker
volume.
Press LEFT/RIGHT to adjust
the volume.
Press and hold the right hand
side of the #/KEY button.
Display shows
and the
keypad is locked.
Scroll DOWN to
.
Press LEFT/RIGHT to adjust
the earpiece volume.
SAVE
Press SAVE to confirm.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
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If you wish, you can scroll
down to select individual
ringer and volume settings for
Internal calls, Appointment
reminder calls, Alarm calls or
for All calls.
To change the ringer melody
and volume
You can choose from:
• 5 ringer volumes
(original setting = 3).
• Crescendo ring
(increasing volume).
Set melody and volume:
OK
• 10 ringer melodies.
Press LEFT/RIGHT to select
the volume you want.
You can also set time controls
where your handset will ring
more e.g. during the night.
Scroll DOWN to the melody
setting.
You can choose different
settings for:
Press LEFT/RIGHT to select
the melody you want.
Scroll DOWN to Announce.
If you have recorded names
for Voice dialling, your Diverse
5410 will announce those
names when you are called.
• Internal calls.
• Appointment reminders
(to set an appointment
reminder, see page 44).
• Alarm calls (to set an
alarm call, see page 43).
Press LEFT/RIGHT to switch
between On and Off.
• All calls.
Set the time control, if required
(this is only available under the
Ext. Calls menu).
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
OK
Press OK.
HANDSET SETTINGS
• External calls.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Audio Settings.
Press OK, the current volume
and melody is displayed.
TIME C
Press the TIME C display
button to see the time control
screen.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Ringer Settings.
OK
Press OK. Display highlights
Ext. calls.
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To turn the handset ringer
back on, press and hold the
✱/BELL. The display shows All
ringer tones on, then the idle
screen without the
symbol.
Press LEFT/RIGHT to switch
between On and Off.
Scroll DOWN to From.
Enter the start time e.g. 2330
for 11.30pm.
Scroll DOWN to Until.
Enter the end time e.g. 0730
for 7.30am.
Scroll DOWN to
.
Press LEFT/RIGHT to set the
volume.
HANDSET SETTINGS
To switch the current ring off
SAVE
Press SAVE to confirm the
time control.
SAVE
Press SAVE to confirm the
full setting.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
Shortcut buttons
To switch all ringer tones off
SILENCE
When the phone rings, press
the SILENCE display button.
If you have switched the ringer
off, you can set an ‘Attention’
beep to let you know when you
have a call.
When the ringer is switched off:
Press and hold the ✱/BELL
button for 3 seconds. Display
shows BEEP ON. Incoming calls
will now be signalled by a
short beep.
Press and hold the ✱/BELL
button again to switch the
ringer back on.
If you want to switch the
handset ringer off quickly you
can also press and hold the
✱/BELL button. The display
shows All ringer tones off,
then reverts to the idle screen
with the
icon displayed.
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To switch the first ringer
tone off
The first ringer tone of an
incoming SMS text message
is automatically switched Off.
You can change this to On.
However, if the first ringer
tone is switched on, and you
answer an SMS call on the first
ringer tone, the SMS text
message will be lost as your
phone will not have had the
time to receive it all.
OK
Press DOWN to scroll to
Ringer Echo.
OK
To change the display
language
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
Press DOWN to scroll to
H/set Settings.
OK
Press 0 to hear the first
ringer tone.
Or
Press 1 to switch the first
ringer tone off.
OK
Press OK to confirm.
In some situations the quality
of certain melodies may not
be as good as normal. You can
increase the quality of
melodies 4-10.
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Audio Settings.
Press OK. The current
language is marked by a
.
Press UP/DOWN to scroll
through the languages.
OK
To adjust the ringer quality
Press OK.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Language.
OK
1
or
HANDSET SETTINGS
0
Press OK to switch On
Off.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
Enter the code 8919.
Press OK.
Press OK to select the
language you want.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
Note
If you accidentally select the wrong
language:
7
2 , then
Press
to
choose the right language OK
PQRS
ABC
.
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To switch auto talk on or off
To switch off your handset’s
beeps and tones
HANDSET SETTINGS
When you receive a call, you
can answer it simply by lifting
the handset off the base station.
This is called auto-talk. When
you switch auto-talk off, you
answer all calls by pressing
the GREEN PHONE button.
You can switch off and on:
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
• Key beeps when you press
each button on your handset
• Confirmation beeps when you
have finished making a setting
or action on your handset.
• Battery Low warning beep.
You can also set this to sound
only during a call.
Press DOWN to scroll to
H/set Settings.
Press the RIGHT button to open
the menu.
OK
Press OK. Display highlights
Auto Answer. A
means
auto answer is switched On.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Audio Settings.
OK
Press OK to select either On
or Off.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
OK
Press OK.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Advisory Tones.
OK
Press OK.
Press LEFT/RIGHT to switch
Key Tones On or Off.
Scroll DOWN to Confirm.
Press LEFT/RIGHT to switch
confirmation tones On or Off.
Scroll DOWN to Battery.
Press LEFT/RIGHT to switch the
battery tones On, Off or In Call.
SAVE
Press SAVE to confirm.
Press RED PHONE to return to
the idle display.
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To reset a handset
You can restore a handset to
its factory settings.
The handset’s registration, the
main Directory, Extra
directory, SMS directory and
the Calls list are not affected.
Note
To cancel the reset at any time,
press RED PHONE button.
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
OK
Press OK. Display shows
Auto Answer.
Base station
selection
Best base
Handset volume
1
Handsfree volume
3
Ringer volume
5
Time control for
ringer volume
Off
Ringer melody
1
Name announcement
Off
Auto talk
On
Handset beeps and
tones
On
Display language
English
Character map
English
Alarm clock/
appointment
Off
Appointment name
Deleted
Redial list
Empty
Room monitor
Off
Room monitor
sensitivity
High
HANDSET SETTINGS
Press DOWN to scroll to
H/set Settings.
The settings after a reset will be:
Scroll DOWN to Reset Handset.
OK
Press OK.
YES
Press YES to confirm or NO
to exit.
NO
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
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Base station settings
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
To change the System PIN
Your Diverse 5410 is supplied
with 0000 as the system PIN
but you may want to change
this to prevent unauthorised
use of the handset(s).
BASE SETTINGS
If you change your PIN, keep
a record of the new number by
writing it in the space provided
on page 9.
Call barring
To set call barring
You can restrict a handset
from making external calls.
Choose from these settings:
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
Call Barring Off: handset can
be used without restrictions.
Press the DOWN button to
scroll to Base Settings.
OK
OK
Press OK.
External Calls: handset can
receive external calls and make
internal calls.
Press the DOWN button to
scroll to System PIN.
Internal Only: handset can
only be used for internal calls.
Press OK.
Press LEFT to open the
handset menu.
Enter the current PIN.
OK
Scroll DOWN to the handset
you want.
Press OK.
Enter the new PIN. This is
shown by
.
Press RIGHT to open the
menu.
****
Press the DOWN button to
scroll to Re-enter PIN.
OK
Press OK. Display shows
Entry saved.
Scroll DOWN to
H/Set Call Barring.
OK
Press OK.
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OK
Enter the system PIN
(original setting 0000).
Press the RIGHT button to open
the menu.
Press OK. The Call Barring
options are displayed.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Base Settings.
Scroll UP or DOWN to
highlight the option you want.
Press LEFT/RIGHT to confirm.
A
shows it has been
selected.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
OK
Press DOWN to scroll to
Add. Features.
OK
Add. Emerg. No.
OK
OK
Press OK.
Enter the emergency contact
number you want.
MENU
OK
BASE SETTINGS
Even if a handset cannot make
external calls except 999 and
112 emergency services, you
can add a specific emergency
contact number of your own.
Press OK.
Enter the system PIN
(original setting 0000).
DELETE
To set and change an
emergency contact number
Press OK.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Note
You can still dial 999 and 112
emergency numbers on a handset
even if all other external calls have
been barred.
Press OK.
To change an existing number,
delete it by pressing the
DELETE button.
Press the MENU button. Display
shows Save Entry.
Press OK to confirm.
For example, a babysitter could
be given a handset which can
only be used for emergency
services and your mobile
number.
You can save several emergency
numbers.
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Enter the name you want, up to
16 characters.
To view and dial an
emergency number
SAVE
Press the GREEN PHONE
button.
EMERCALL
Scroll DOWN through the
numbers to highlight the one
you want.
OK
Press RED PHONE to return to
the idle display.
Press the EMERCALL display
button. If only one emergency
number is set, it is dialled.
If there is more than one number:
Press SAVE.
Note
The name of the base station is specific
to each handset which means the same
base can have different names on
different handsets.
Press OK to dial.
To reset the base
BASE SETTINGS
To change the base station
name
You can restore a base station
to its factory settings.
Resetting the base will not affect
the system PIN or handset
registration.
The original names for base
stations are Base station 1-4.
You can change this, for
example to ‘Home’ or ‘Work’.
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
Press the RIGHT button to open
the menu.
Press DOWN to scroll to
H/set Settings.
OK
Press DOWN to scroll to
Base Settings.
OK
Press OK.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Base Reset.
Scroll DOWN to Select Base.
OK
Press OK.
OK
Scroll DOWN to the base
you want.
EDIT
Press EDIT. Display shows
Enter Name.
Press OK.
Press OK.
Enter the current PIN
(original setting 0000).
OK
Press OK. Display shows Reset
base settings to default?
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YES
NO
Press YES to reset or NO to
cancel.
To set repeater mode
You can use a repeater to
boost the range and reception
of your base station. A repeater
must be registered with the
base station and you have to
switch the repeater function On.
The settings after a reset will be:
Name of
handsets
INT 1 to INT 6
Call barring
None
Listening in
Off
Own emergency
numbers
None
Call list type
Missed calls
Prefix
Deleted
Pause after prefix
3 secs
Pause after R button 800 ms
Dialling mode
Tone
Extra directory
Deleted
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Base Settings.
OK
Press OK.
Scroll DOWN to Add Features.
OK
Press OK.
BASE SETTINGS
Scroll DOWN to
Repeater Mode.
OK
Press OK. Display shows
Change repeater setting?
YES
Press YES to confirm.
The display shows Please wait.
After a few seconds the display
will return to idle mode.
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Using additional
handsets and bases
Up to six handsets can be registered
and operated from the BT Diverse 5410
base station. This allows you to make
internal calls between two handsets
while a third is making an external call.
INT
1
M
INT
1
5 JKL
6 MNO
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7PQRS
8
9WXYZ
7PQRS
8
9WXYZ
TUV
TUV
0
R
ADDITIONAL HANDSETS
3 DEF
2 ABC
0
R
To register a new BT Diverse
5400 handset to a 5410 base
station.
BT Diverse 5410
INT
1
M
INT
M
3 DEF
1
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7PQRS
8 TUV
9WXYZ
7PQRS
8 TUV
9WXYZ
2 ABC
If you purchase new handsets to use
with your current BT Diverse 5410,
they will not be pre-registered to a base
station. You will need to do this before
you can use them.
M
3 DEF
4 GHI
2 ABC
Registering additional
handsets
2 ABC
0
0
R
R
3 DEF
For this method of
registration your handset must
be a BT Diverse 5400.
• Place your handset in the
base station.
INT
1
4
GHI
7PQRS
M
INT
2 ABC
3 DEF
1
5 JKL
6 MNO
4
8 TUV
9WXYZ
7PQRS
2 ABC
GHI
0
R
M
3 DEF
5 JKL
6 MNO
8 TUV
9WXYZ
• Ensure that the handset is
switched on.
0
R
Each handset can be registered on up
to four bases.
After about 1 minute, the
handset’s internal number will
be displayed, e.g. INT 2.
The next available number
(2-6) will be automatically
assigned to the handset.
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Note
If all internal numbers have been
assigned then the internal number
6 will be re-assigned.
To manually register a BT
Diverse 5400 handset to
another base station.
If you want to register your
handset to another base station
you will need to manually
register it.
After approximately one
minute the handset will display
its internal number. The
handset is now registered and
the handset display will return
to the idle screen.
If the base is not a 5410 you
will need to follow the user
guide for the base station you
are registering the 5400
handset to.
Note
To make internal calls or page
handsets, see page 18.
MENU
Press MENU.
Scroll DOWN to
H/set Settings.
OK
Press OK.
Scroll DOWN to
Register Handset.
OK
Press OK.
Enter the system PIN.
(Original setting 0000).
OK
PAGE
Press OK.
If the base station is a
BT Diverse 5410, press the
PAGE button until you hear
a beep – after approximately
three seconds.
ADDITIONAL HANDSETS
On the handset to be registered:
To register BT Diverse
2000/3000/4000 series
handsets and other makes
Providing your handset is
GAP (Generic Access Profile)
compliant, you can register it
to your BT Diverse 5410 base.
Place your handset into
registration mode according to
the instructions in its user guide.
When the handset is in
registration mode, you will
need to:
Press the PAGE button located
on the top of your BT Diverse
5410 base station until there is
a beep after approximately
three seconds.
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After a short period of time
the handset will be registered.
The BT Diverse 5410 will be
allocated the next available
handset number.
Note
To check that the handset has been
registered successfully to the base,
press the PAGE button, all handsets
will ring.
ADDITIONAL HANDSETS
To de-register a handset
INT
M
Press the INT button. Display
lists the registered handsets.
Press UP/DOWN to highlight
the handset you want to
de-register.
OK
Press MENU.
Using a handset as a
room monitor
If you have at least two handsets
registered to your BT Diverse 5410
base station you can leave one handset
in a room and monitor the sounds in
the room by making an internal or an
external call to another handset. This
could be used, for example, in a child’s
bedroom.
Place the handset 1-2 metres away,
with the microphone facing the child.
Always check that the phones are
working properly.
Note
The room monitor function drains the
handset batteries more quickly than
normal use. Make sure the handset is
fully charged before leaving it in the
room to be monitored.
Scroll DOWN to
De-reg H/set. No.
OK
To switch the room monitor on
Press OK.
Enter the system PIN.
(Original setting 0000).
OK
Press OK to confirm
de-registration.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
When there are sounds in the
room, the monitor function
detects them.
The listening handset then
rings either the receiving
handset selected or the phone
number you have set. You can
then listen.
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OK
Press MENU.
Scroll DOWN to Add. Features.
OK
Press OK. Display highlights
Room Monitor.
OK
Press OK. Display shows the
Room Monitor setting.
Press RIGHT to switch the
Room Monitor setting On
To change an external or
internal number on the
room monitor
You can select another
telephone to use as a listening
device.
MENU
Scroll DOWN to Add. Features.
Scroll DOWN to Call to.
Press RIGHT.
Either enter the internal
number of a handset.
OK
Press OK. Display highlights
Room Monitor.
OK
Press OK. Display shows the
Room Monitor setting.
Or
OK
EDIT
C
Press MENU. Display shows
Save Entry.
Press OK. Display returns to
the Room Monitor setting.
SAVE
Press SAVE to confirm. The
room monitor function is now
switched on.
Press EDIT.
Press DELETE to delete the
current number.
Either
Enter a new external number
MENU
Scroll DOWN to Level.
Press LEFT or RIGHT to set
the sensitivity Low or High.
ADDITIONAL HANDSETS
Scroll DOWN to Call to:
Enter the telephone number of
a phone which you want to use
as a listening device.
MENU
Press MENU.
OK
Press the MENU button.
Display shows Save Entry.
Press OK.
Or
INT
M
Press INT to enter another
handset number.
Scroll DOWN to the handset
you want.
OK
Press OK to confirm.
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To switch off the room
monitor
If you receive a room monitor
alert call, you can then switch
off the room monitor function.
Accept the room monitor
alert call:
Press 9 then #. The room
monitor is switched off after
about 90 seconds and no more
alert calls will be sent.
At the monitoring handset:
IMPORTANT
Two handsets will have an active range
between them of up to 300 metres.
For the Walkie Talkie function to work,
both handsets must be set to search
for Best Base, see ‘To select best base’,
below.
Handsets cannot receive incoming calls
from external callers.
To select best base
ADDITIONAL HANDSETS
When you get back to the
room that was being monitored,
press OFF on the handset to
return it to idle mode.
If your handset is registered
at several base stations the
handset will automatically
switch to the base with the
strongest signal. You also need
this setting if you want to use
the handsets as walkie talkies.
Walk and talk
You can use any two BT Diverse 5400
handsets as walkie talkies providing
they are registered to the same base
station. The walkie talkie function
works when you are out of range of the
base station, for example, when you are
away on holiday.
MENU
Press MENU.
Scroll DOWN to H/set Settings.
OK
Press OK.
Scroll DOWN to Select Base.
OK
Press OK.
Scroll DOWN to Best Base.
OK
Press OK. A
Best Base.
OK
Press OK to confirm.
appears by
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
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To switch Walk and Talk on/off
MENU
Press MENU.
To set a Walk and Talk
handset to room monitor
mode
Scroll DOWN to Add. Features.
OK
When in Walk and Talk mode,
you can use one handset as a
room monitor.
Press OK.
Scroll DOWN to Walk and Talk.
OK
Press OK. Display shows
Walk and Talk.
OFF
Press OFF to switch the walkie
talkie function off.
Press RIGHT to open the
menu.
Scroll DOWN to Room Monitor.
OK
Press OK.
Press LEFT or RIGHT to
switch Room Monitor On.
Scroll DOWN to Level.
ADDITIONAL HANDSETS
Press LEFT or RIGHT to select
Low or High.
SAVE
Press SAVE to confirm.
The room monitor function
is switched on and the other
handset will be called if the
monitoring handset detects
a noise.
OFF
Press the OFF button on the
monitoring handset to switch
room monitoring off. The
handset will then return to
walkie talkie mode.
Note
Always check handsets used as room
monitors for level sensitivity and to
confirm that the connection works.
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Help
Try these solutions to the most common problems.
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
Handset not registering.
The base is not powered.
There are no batteries in the
handset.
Make sure that the power supply
is plugged in at the base and
switched on. Make sure that the
rechargeable batteries (included)
are fitted in the handset correctly.
Switch the handset off and then
back on again, place the handset
on to the base again and leave
for approx. 1 minute to try
registering again.
If this is still unsuccessful, then try a
manual registration (see page 57).
You have changed the PIN.
Try entering the default PIN (0000).
If you have changed the PIN and
cannot remember the number you
will need to contact the BT Diverse
Helpline on 08457 908070.
No display.
The handset is switched off.
Hold down RED PHONE for
1 second.
The batteries may be flat.
Charge or replace the batteries.
Nothing happens when you press
any button.
Keyguard may be switched on.
Hold down the # button for
1 or 2 seconds.
No connection between handset
and base station.
Are you out of range of the base
station.
Move closer to the base station.
Handset is not registered.
Register the handset.
Base station is not switched on.
Check the mains power is connected
correctly.
Is another handset using the line
for a long time?
Maximum charging power is only
possible when no calls are being made.
Is the handset placed on the base
properly?
Make sure that the handset is placed
on the base or in the charger correctly.
You will hear a confirmation tone.
Are the batteries in correctly?
Check that you have put the batteries
in the right way, you will hear a
confirmation tone.
HELP
You have forgotten your base
station PIN number.
Handset on the base does not
charge.
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The incoming caller’s number is
not displayed even though you
have Caller Display.
The caller’s number has been
withheld.
Caller has to allow their number to
be sent.
The handset or base station does
not ring.
The ringer has been switched off.
Switch the ringer back on.
See page 46.
Call Diversion has been set to
All Calls
Switch off Call Diversion, see page 39.
You keep hearing the error beep
(a descending tone).
You have pressed the wrong
button in a sequence.
Check the prompts in the display
or refer to instructions in the
user guide.
Voice dialling does not work.
You may be speaking too far
away from the handset.
Move to within 20cm of the handset
microphone.
There may have been too much
background noise when recording
the Voice dialling name.
Record your Voice dialling name in
quiet surroundings.
You may have pressed the INT
button and muted the handset.
Press the RETURN display button.
The other caller cannot hear me.
HELP
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General information
Within the 12-month guarantee period:
Guarantee
Your BT Diverse 5410 is guaranteed for
a period of 12 months from the date of
purchase.
GENERAL INFORMATION
Subject to the terms listed below the
guarantee will provide for the repair of,
or at BT’s or its agent’s discretion the
option to replace the BT Diverse 5410,
or any component thereof, (other than
batteries), which is identified as faulty
or below standard, or as a result of
inferior workmanship or materials.
Products over 28 days old from the
date of purchase may be replaced with
a refurbished or repaired product.
The conditions of this guarantee are:
• The guarantee shall only apply to
defects that occur within the 12
month guarantee period.
• Proof of purchase is provided.
• The equipment is returned to BT or
its agent as instructed.
• This guarantee does not cover any
faults or defects caused by accidents,
misuse, fair wear and tear, neglect,
tampering with the equipment, or
any attempt at adjustment or repair
other than through approved agents.
If you experience difficulty using the
product, prior to returning it, please
read the Help section beginning on
page 62, or contact the BT Diverse
Helpline on 08457 908070 for
assistance.
In the unlikely event of a defect
occurring, please follow the Helpline's
instructions for replacement or repair.
Outside the 12-month guarantee period:
If your product needs repair after the
guarantee period has ended, the repair
must meet the approval requirements
for connection to the telephone network.
We recommend that you contact the
Helpline on 08457 908070 and ask for
details of our recommended repair
agents.
BT Accessories and
Replacement Items
For a full range of accessories and
replacement items for BT products
please call 0870 240 5522,
or visit:
• This guarantee does not affect your
statutory rights.
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Technical information
How many telephones can you?
All items of telephone equipment have
a Ringer Equivalence Number (REN),
which is used to calculate the number
of items which may be connected to
any other telephone line.
Switchboard compatibility
Generally this telephone may be
connected to switchboards. In the event
of any difficulties please consult your
switchboard Service Provider.
To set the dialling mode
The BT Diverse 5410 (with up to 6
handsets) has a total REN of 1.
You only need to adjust this
setting if your switchboard
does not operate with tone
dialling. You can change the
dial mode to pulse dialling.
Any other instrument provided by BT
may be assumed to have a REN of 1
unless stated otherwise.
A total REN of 4 is allowed per telephone
line. (For example, if the BT Diverse
5410 is used in conjunction with three
extension telephones, each with a REN
of 1, then the total REN = 4).
Press DOWN to scroll to
Base Settings.
OK
This equipment complies with the
essential requirements for the Radio
Equipment and Telecommunications
Terminal Equipment Directive
(1999/5/EC). In demonstration with
the Essential Requirement for efficient
use of the radio spectrum, the product
complies with TBR6. For a copy of the
Declaration of Conformity please
contact the BT Diverse Helpline on
08457 908070.
Press OK.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Add. Features.
R&TTE
This product is intended for use within
the UK for connection to the public
telephone network and compatible
switchboards.
GENERAL INFORMATION
Only use approved power supply, item
code C39280-Z4-C478.
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
OK
Press OK. Display highlights
Dialling Mode.
OK
Press OK. Display shows the
dialling mode options. A
indicates the current setting.
Scroll DOWN if necessary to
select the dialling mode you
want:
• Tone (with TBR)
• Pulse (with Earth Recall)
• Tone-Earth (tone with
Earth loop recall)
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OK
Press OK to confirm. A
appears next to the setting
selected.
To set the recall (flash) time
You only need to adjust this
setting if your switchboard
requires a different recall time
to the pre-set time of 100ms.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
Press the RIGHT button to open
the menu.
To switch temporarily from
pulse to tone dialling
GENERAL INFORMATION
If you are using pulse dialling
with your switchboard but
need tone dialling to use
certain functions on your BT
Diverse 5410 you can switch to
tone dialling during the call.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Base Settings.
OK
Press DOWN to scroll to
Add. Features.
OK
OK
Press OK. Tone dialling is now
active for this call only.
Press OK. The recall time list is
displayed.
Scroll DOWN to the recall time
you require.
Press DOWN to scroll to
Tone Dialling.
OK
Press OK.
Press DOWN to scroll to Recall.
During your call:
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
Press OK.
OK
Press OK to confirm. A
appears next to the setting
selected.
Press RED PHONE to return to
the idle display.
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To set a prefix for getting an
outside line
To set a pause before dialling
You can insert a pause to allow
your switchboard time to get a
line before your BT Diverse
5410 dials the number.
You can set your Diverse 5410
to automatically dial a prefix
e.g. 9 to get an outside line
before dialling the telephone
number.
Press the RIGHT button to open
the menu.
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
Enter the code 8916.
Enter the number for the pause
length (e.g. 2 for 3 seconds)
Press DOWN to scroll to
Base Settings.
OK
Press DOWN to scroll to
Add. Features.
OK
Press OK.
OK
Press DOWN to scroll to
Access Code.
OK
GENERAL INFORMATION
1 = 1 second
2 = 3 seconds
3 = 7 seconds
4 = 2.5 seconds
Press OK.
Press OK to confirm. Display
shows Entry saved.
Press OK.
Enter or change the access
code.
MENU
Press MENU. Display shows
Save entry?
OK
Press OK to confirm.
Press RED PHONE to return
to the idle display.
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To change the duration of the
dialling pause
Providing you have already
saved a dialling prefix e.g. 9.
The original pause setting is
3 seconds.
If you need to change this:
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
Enter the code 8916.
Enter the number for the pause
length (e.g. 2 for 3 seconds)
GENERAL INFORMATION
1 = 1 second
2 = 2 seconds
3 = 3 seconds
4 = 6 seconds
To set a pause after pressing
Recall
You can set the length of a
pause that is inserted after
pressing the RECALL button.
Press the RIGHT button to
open the menu.
Enter the code 8916.
Enter the pause length:
1 = 800ms
2 = 1600ms
3 = 3200ms
OK
Press OK to confirm.
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Index
Additional handset and bases
Alarm clock
Appointment call
Auto talk on/off
52
54
13
12
13
12
13
50
14
24
Call barring
Call timer
Call Waiting
Caller Display
Calling Features
Call Divert
Caller Display
Calls list
Call Waiting
Ring Back
withhold your number
Voice Mail
Calls list
call number
52
17
38
35
35
39
35
35
38
39
38
41
35
37
copy to directory
delete a call
delete complete list
dial a number from
view
Calls
end
external
handsfree
holding
internal
making
on hold
receiving
redial
secrecy
three-way
transferring
Character map
Copying numbers
27
37
37
37
37
17
16, 17
17
19
18
16
19
17
29
18
20
19
22
28
Date set
14
Delete
all directory numbers
Calls list call
complete Calls list
directory entry
redial list
De-register handset
Dialling mode
Directory
character map
25
37
37
24
30
58
65
21
22
INDEX
Base station PIN
Base station reset
Batteries
charging
installing
performance
replacing
warning beeps
Beeps and tones
Belt clip
Birthday alert signal
56
43
44
50
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copy entry to another
handset
copy directory to another
handset
delete all entries
delete an entry
dial a number
edit an entry
extra directory
store name and number
view an entry
VIP ringing
Display icons
Earpiece volume
Ending calls
External calls
Extra directory
INDEX
Guarantee
28
28
25
24
23
23
25
21
23
26
8
46
17
16, 17
25
64
Handset
beeps and tones
display
melody
on/off
reset
ringer
Handset quick guide
Handsfree
Help
Holding calls
50
8
47
16
51
47
7
17
62
19
Internal calls
18
Keyguard
46
Language change
49
20
Listening in
Main menu
Making calls
Melody
Music on hold
4
16
47
19
Network Mailbox
37
On/off
alarm
auto talk
beeps and tones
handset power
keyguard
secrecy
walk and talk
Page a handset
Pause
Phone socket
PIN
Power connection
Preparatory dialling
Pulse dialling
18
67
14
52
11
16
66
Quick guide
display icons
handset settings
Range warning
Recall time
Receiving calls
Redial
automatic
copy to directory
delete
dial number in redial list
edit number in redial list
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43
50
50
16
46
18
61
8
7
13
66
17
30
30
28
30
29
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Registering
additional handsets
handset
manually
REN, how many phones can I have?
Repeater mode
Reset
base settings
handset settings
Room monitor
Safety information
Secrecy
Setting up
Shortcut buttons
SMS Notification
SMS (text messaging)
Switchboard compatibility
Telephone line cord
Time – set
Tone dialling
Transferring calls
VIP ringing
Voice dialling
Voice Mail
retrieve messages
set one-touch access
set up quick access behind
switchboard
Volume
earpiece
handset ringer
handsfree
Walk and talk
54
51
58
10
18
11
48
36
37
65
INDEX
Technical information
56
12
57
65
55
65
14
14
66
19
26
31
41
41
41
41
46
47
17, 46
60
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Visit us at www.bt.com
Offices worldwide
The telecommunications services described in this publication
are subject to availability and may be modified from time to time.
Services and equipment are provided subject to British
Telecommunications plc’s respective standard conditions of
contract. Nothing in this publication forms any part of any contract.
© British Telecommunications plc 2003.
Registered Office: 81 Newgate Street, London EC1A 7AJ.
Registered in England No. 1800000.
BT Diverse 5410 (08/03) 4
Designed and produced by The Art & Design Partnership Ltd.
Siemens number: A31008-S100-P102-1-7619
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CE compliant to R&TTE Directive (1999/5/EC)
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