compact cordless phone
 COMPACT
CORDLESS
P HONE
FF 777 RM
IQ CORDLESS PHONE
EIGHT CHANNEL
WITH
PAGING
This equipment is not designed for making
emergency telephone calls when mains
power fails. Alternative arrangements
should be made for access to emergency
services.
Southwestern Bell
Freedom Phone
PART 1: ESSENTIAL INFORMATION
Introduction ............ RRRRRRRRREERREE EN 3
Where to Site the Phone... 4
Charging the Phone........................... 2. ....eieneeees 5
Handset Battery Care...................oo EEE K EL 6
Connecting to the telephoneline............................. 6
PART 2: OPERATION
Making & Receiving Calls ..................................... 7
Other Handset Features............................. LEG 8
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Memory Numbers... EEE EEE 10
Paging Operation... RE 11
Ringing Options... RER RER es 12
PART 3: FURTHER INFORMATION
Fault Finder....................... EEE 13 - 14
Battery Replacement... een 15
Ordering ACCessories...........................e..eseeeececeees 15
Approved Usage .......................e.22 11000000 E EEE 16
Technical Information... 17
Special Features... e 17
Handset lllustration .........................._.eee 18
Base Unit INlustration serrer een 19
This product is made available in the United
Kingdom by Audioline Ltd., a leading supplier of
telephones and telephone answering systems and
U.K. distributor of Southwestern Bell
Telecommunications Terminal Products.
The Bell logo, Southwestern Bell and Freedom
Phone trade marks are owned by certain members of
the Southwestern Bell Group.
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The location of the base unit (1) and the position of the base aerial (2) are
both critical to the operation of your cordless phone.
HANGER HOOK
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Poor - installat tion or i interfere
fa ults.
Site away from:
- large metallic objects WALL MOUNTING
such as radiators, A template is provided for this purpose.
metal pipes or Check the operation of the phone
window frames before drilling holes.
- electrical appliances Note: When wall mounted, the hanger
such as computers hook (see diagram above) on base unit
and televisions cradle should be gently pushed
towards rear of base and removed.
Re-insert with lip facing towards rear.
IF THE LINE IS NOISY RE-SITE THE BASE UNIT OR
ADJUST THE POSITION OF THE BASE AERIAL.
From new, THE HANDSET BATTERY MUST BE CHARGED FOR 14 hours,
otherwise it will not function correctly.
(7
Locking Hole
port
RED
WIRE
BATTERY
WIRE
Py Jack Plug
DO NOT USE
FOR 14 HOURS
AFTER INITIAL CHARGING it is recommended that the handset is left on the
cradle overnight to ensure maximum ‘in use’ time.
THE BATTERY SHOULD HOLD ITS CHARGE for about two days when out of
the base unit depending on use.
TO MAINTAIN OPTIMUM CONDITION, allow battery to fully discharge
every 4 months approx.
Note: Memory numbers may need re-programming.
LL Do not switch off the mains power unless you do not
intend to use the cordless phone for a lengthy period of
time. When power is restored, it will be necessary to
recharge the handset.
This telephone is pre-set to Tone dialling which is common
on most telephone exchanges in the United Kingdom.
If you experience any dialling mode problems contact your
Network Operator.
YOUR CORDLESS PHONE IS NOW READY FOR USE.
4: To finish the call:
(a) If you do not wi
BATTERY LOW WARNING
If the battery is low when attempting to make a call, you will hear beeps and
the call cannot be made.
If the battery is low during a telephone conversation, you will hear periodic
beeps and the Talk LED will flash. The call will be disconnected
automatically 30 seconds after the initial warning. IT IS RECOMMENDED
THAT YOU RECHARGE THE HANDSET FOR 14 HOURS to ensure
maximum “in use” time.
PART 2:
VOLUME
REDIAL
Extra facilities when connected to a PABX (Private Automatic
Branch Exchange) or subscribing to Network Operator services.
RECALL
The Recall Button will allow you to access other PABX facilities
and advanced optional features available at the new digital
telephone exchanges. Your Network Operator will advise you of
these facilities.
RECALL SETTING
The FF 777 RM recall setting is Timed Break Recall.
You can store your most frequently used telephone
number (max. 20 digits) in the priority key for quick and
easy dialling.
You can store up to 10 frequently used telephone numbers
(max. 20 digits per number) in the handset for quick and
easy dialling.
A memory index
sticker is
provided for you
to record stored
numbers on the
handset.
* To store the other telephone numbers repeat the
procedure but use a different location number as your
number store.
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dialled one after 2: EE
another by €.
simply pressing В
the appropriate 3:
location numbers Le
(0-9) during
dialling.
Paging cannot
be used when
the telephone is
in-use
Paging can be useful when you wish to attract the handset
users attention or to locate the handset if it has been
misplaced.
handset will ring. 7
the handset.
The telephone ringers on the base and handset can be adjusted to personal
preference.
The handset as
supplied is set to
ramped ringer which
will increase in
volume from low to
high in four steps.
The base unit will
ring at a constant
volume, but can be
programmed vía the
handset Low, High or
Off.
The base il ring g briefly ata low volu cure :
SE RINGER - HIGH SETTING |
1. Press and release MEMORY Key.
2. Press and release VOLUME Key. § us i
3. Press and release 2 Key. ol el
The han set will beep to confirm progra. ;
Tt will fing briefly ‹ at a high a e. В о
1. Press and release MEMORY Key.
2. Press and release VOLUME Key.
3. Press and release 0 Key.
The handset will beep to confirm programming.
The base will beep once. Co
All cordless telephones are radio transmitters and receivers and as such are
subject to interference from a wide range of sources.
* Re-siting of the base unit often improves reception substantially.
» As with all radio equipment; passing cars and motorcycles, TV's , computers,
fax machines and other electrical equipment can cause noise if they are not
adequately suppressed.
FAULT CHECK/ACTION
No Dialling Tone: * HANDSET IS PROPERLY CHARGED
Will not dial out: + Base unit is plugged into AC adaptor and mains
power is switched on
Telephone cord is plugged into wall socket.
Talk LED is lit.
If In-use LED on base flashes continuously,
replace handset on charger for 10 seconds and
re-try.
Replace handset on base for 10 seconds and re-try. If
unsuccessful, disconnect handset battery for 10
seconds, switch off mains power to base and
disconnect back-up battery. Reassemble and switch
on power. Replace handset on base for 10 seconds
and re-try.
+
Handset Talk LED does * Replace handset on base unit/charger for 10
not illuminate: seconds. Then try again.
Interference and Noise + Press scan key to select another channel.
“on the line: * Handset is within range of base unit.
Buzzing: + Base aerial is vertical and not positioned near
- Whoosing: metalwork, mirrors, fridges, TV sets, etc.
* Try a new location for base unit.
Audible beep from * Battery is discharged. Recharge for 14 hours.
handset:
FAULT
Telephone will not ring:
CHECK/ACTION
* + + *+
Base unit is plugged into mains and power
is switched on. Power indicator on base should
be lit.
HANDSET BATTERY 1S CHARGED (see page 5)
Base ringer is programmed on (see page 12)
Total of REN numbers does not exceed 4
Network is Tone dialling.
During conversation
interference is heard
+
Press SCAN Key and try again.
If this problem persists, resite the base unit away
from electrical equipment and large metallic
objects.
Range poor:
Handset beeps:
If you press the Talk Key when the
handset is out of operating range of the base
station, you will hear two beeps from the handset.
Base aerial is vertical.
The range of a cordless phone can be reduced by
the presence of conductive objects, walls etc., in
and around its transmission path. These can give
rise to dead spots where transmission is
impossible. It is normally possible to improve the
performance to a satisfactory level by moving one
of the units. Because of the variability of
environment encountered, it is not possible to
give a range which will be met in all
circumstances. However, the range in normal
circumstances is more than adequate for use in
and around the average home.
Technical Assistance
If you cannot resolve the fault using the fault finder section, please write to the
Technical Support Group at the Audioline address or telephone: 01527 585522
between 9 AM and 5 PM, Monday - Friday (excluding Bank Holidays).
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The rechargeable batteries in the handsets will give service for up to two years
or 600 charge cycles without noticeable loss of performance. However, like all
rechargeable batteries, their ability to hold a charge will reduce eventually.
You will need to replace the battery if:
1: The battery will not hold a charge for more than two hours, even after an
overnight recharge.
2: There are signs of leakage.
How to change the rechargeable battery:
Slide the battery compartment cover down and remove it from the handset.
Gently pull the battery wires until the wire connector comes out of the
socket.
Remove the battery pack. Insert and connect the new battery pack.
Replace the battery compartment cover.
YOU CHARGE THE BATTERY FOR 14 HOURS to ensure maximum "in use”
time.
Important note: Dispose of the old battery safely. Do not dispose of in a fire.
AO NA
ORDERING AC
1. PS 700 Power Adaptor £16.44
2. Battery Pack £12.33
3. Handset Aerial £ 6.99
All prices include postage, packing and VAT and are correct at the time of going
to press.
To order by post:
Send your payment by cheque or write with credit card details (CARD HOLDER
NAME, NUMBER AND EXPIRY DATE) to:
Audioline Limited,
Consumer Support Department, 22 Walkers Road, North Moons Moat, Redditch,
Worcestershire, B98 9HE.
To order by phone:
Telephone Consumer Support on 01527 583800 between 9 AM and 5 PM,
Monday - Friday (excluding Bank Holidays), and have your credit card
number and expiry date ready.
Please allow 14 days for delivery.
The FF 777 RM is approved for connection to:
(a) Public Switch Telephone Networks (PSTN)
(b) Extensions via sockets provided for a direct exchange line.
(c) PABX providing secondary proceed indication.
For use with the following facilities:
- Cordless telephone
- Register recall (TBR)
- Automatic storage of last number dialled
- MF signalling
- Microphone mute
This apparatus should not be used as an extension to a payphone.
This apparatus should not be connected to a shared service (party line).
Any other usage will invalidate the approval of this apparatus if as a result it then
ceases to conform to the standards against which approval was granted.
You are recommended to keep a note near the telephone of the number to ring
for emergency services (which may be different if you are connected to a PABX)
and of the telephone number of your incoming line.
The power supply output and the handset charger contacts are SELV circuits as
defined in EN41003.
PABX CONNECTION ONLY
When used as an extension instrument, this telephone is only approved for use
with compatible PABX's. Please consult your Network Operator for advice on
whether your PABX is compatible, as it cannot be guaranteed that the apparatus
Will operate correctly under all possible conditions of connection to compatible
PABX's.
* If you are connected to a PABX which gives a secondary dial tone before
allowing further dialling it may be necessary to insert a four second pause,
by pressing the PAUSE key, between the access number and the telephone
number. Each pause entered uses one of the available digits.
WARNING: This apparatus is intended for use when supplied from the
Southwestern Bell power adaptor type PS700. Other usage will invalidate any
approval given to this apparatus if as a result, it ceases to comply with the edition
of EN 41003 to which it was approved.
RADIO FREQUENCIES
This product has been designed to operate on radio frequencies which have
been assigned to the use of cordless telephones. As the use of cordless
telephones becomes more widespread, users may experience a reduction in the
quality of service obtainable from this apparatus. Users are advised that the
received conversation during a call may be overheard by some domestic radio
broadcast receivers since it is transmitted from the base unit to the handset in the
same band of frequencies.
Calls, including 999/112, may prove impossible to make due to:
- Radio channel interference
- Discharged handset batteries
- Mains power failure.
REN Number
The REN number (Ringer Equivalence Number) determines how many
telephones may be connected to your telephone line. Most normal exchange
lines have a REN capacity of 4 and a BT telephone has a REN of 1 (unless
otherwise marked). Your FF 777 RM has a REN of 1. If you exceed 4, the
volume of the ringer on any phone will decrease and one or more telephones
may not ring.
8 CHANNEL AUTO SCAN
Eight channels are available for ALL cordless phones. Most cordless phones can
access only 1,2 or 4 channels on the old frequencies. Southwestern Bell cordless
phones scan all eight channels on the new frequencies automatically - to give
you the clearest line every time.
DIGICLEAR PLUS NOISE REDUCTION™
Digiclear Plus Noise Reduction ™ significantly cuts down background
Interference such as static hiss and distortion which reduce performance and
usability in standard cordless phones. Digiclear Plus Noise Reduction ™ uses a
special signal expansion and compression circuit to virtually eliminate unwanted
noise leaving conversation really crisp and clear.
DYNAMIC DIGITAL CALL GUARD
The handset and base unit of your FF 777 RM are identified with an electronic
code number. When turned on and throughout a call, the handset and base send
a digital code to each other. This continuous electronic “handshaking” protects
you from another cordless phone accessing your telephone line. The FF 777 RM
has more than 65,000 different code combinations.
HEARING AID FACILITY
The FF 777 RM can be used with suitable hearing aids which are switched to the
“T’ position. (Check your hearing aid instructions for this mode of operation).
TALK LED
Numinates when a call
is in progress
TALK KEY
Press to make and
receive calls
STAR KEY
For use with PABX
switchboards and
some Network
Operator Services
MEMORY KEY
Used to store and
recall numbers in
memory
PRIORITY KEY
For storing your most
important telephone
number
PAUSE KEY
Used to insert a
pause during memory
programming.
id
TALK 568
RECALL KEY
Allows use of various
switchboards and some
Network Operator Services
HANDSET ANTENNA
BATTERY CHARGING
CONTACTS
SCAN KEY
Press to change
channel
MUTE KEY
Press to mute
conversation
HASH KEY
For use with PABX
switchboards and
some Network
Operator Services
VOLUME KEY
Press to boost volume
during a call
REDIAL KEY
For redialling last
number called
BATTERY CHARGING
POWER ADAPTOR
CONTACTS PORT
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This product is licensed for use in the U.K only
CW/1SS1/777RM1498
Part No.:937464
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