snom 370 - Talk Telecom
snom 370
VoIP Business Phone
Quick Installation
Kurzanleitung
© 2007 snom technology AG
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Version 1.0
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snom technology AG
Charlottenstr. 68-71
D-10117 Berlin, Germany
Note to the reader
This is a quick guide to the installation and operation of the
snom 370. The full manual will be available on our web page,
www.snom.com.
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change without notice.
Note to the reader.............................................................2
Installation.........................................................5
Delivery Content ..............................................................5
Safety Information.............................................................5
Power supply....................................................................5
Setting up the Phone.........................................................6
Wall Mounting ..................................................................6
Cleaning......................................................................... 10
Connecting the phone . .....................................11
Keypad..............................................................13
Index................................................................17
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Table of Contents
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Installation
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Delivery Content
Please check whether the delivery contains the following parts:
• The base unit with display and keypad
• The handset
• The handset cable
• The power supply (optional)
Safety Information
Please read the following safety notices before installing or using
your snom phone. They are crucial for the safe and reliable operation
of the device.
Power supply
You have two options for providing the snom 370 with power:
• An external power supply (5 V)
• Power feeding over the network cable
(IEEE 802.3af compatible)
If you want to use an external power supply, use the one that is
included in the package. Other power supplies may cause damage
to the phone, affect its behavior or induce noise.
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Setting up the Phone
Your snom 370 is delivered with the footstand attached to the
phone’s bottom shell (shaded gray in Fig. 1). Place the snom 370
on an even, horizontal surface that gives the rubber pads a secure
grip. Do not place it on carpets or other materials containing fibers
that could block the air vents and cause overheating.
After connecting the phone (see chapter Connecting the Phone,
below), clip the cords into the appropriate slots on the footstand or,
in the case of the handset cord, on the bottom shell of the phone
(Fig. 2).
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Wall Mounting
It is also possible to mount the snom 370 on the wall. In order to
do this, you detach the footstand from the bottom shell and attach
it in the appropriate position for wall mounting, as described in
steps 1 through 6, below.
CAUTION: Do not mount the additional keypad available for
the snom 370 on the wall. If you wish to use the additional
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keypad available for the snom 370, you must place phone and
keypad on an even, horizontal surface, as described above.
1
Fig. 3
2
Turn the phone upside down (Fig. 3). Please, ensure that
you do not damage the display and/or its hinge and that
you do not drop the receiver. You may want to hold the
phone in your lap or have a second person hold it.
Fig. 4
Lightly press the snap-fits of the footstand inwards
(Fig. 3) and, at the same time, tilt the footstand
backwards and lift it from its anchorage in the mounting
holes (Fig. 4).
3
Rotate the footstand 180° around its vertical axis.
4
Make sure that the handset cord has been clipped
correctly into the groove on the bottom shell of the
phone, as shown in Figs. 4 and 6. Failure to clip the
cord into the groove will result in damage to the cord
when the footstand is attached in the position for wall
mounting.
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Insert the outside, rear snap-fits into the mounting
holes on the bottom shell (Fig. 5, arrow no. 1). Tilt the
footstand forward and downward until the snap-fits snap
into place in the mounting holes. Please, make sure
that the four snap-fits have securely snapped into
the holes before mounting the phone on the wall.
Fig. 5
6
Fig. 6
The slots on the footstand for the various cords can
also be used when the phone is mounted on a wall.
After connecting the phone (see chapter Setting up the
Phone, above), form the cords into loops and gently
press the long ends into the slots on the footstand. The
loops should not be too big, so that they will not hamper
the secure mounting of the phone on the wall, and not
too small, so that the cords will not be bent or broken
(Fig. 6).
The delivery includes a template to be used for marking the position
of the holes to be drilled in the wall.
(Use wall plugs, if necessary, and screws with half-round head
profiles (diameters of screws dmax = 4.5 mm (0.1755”), diameters
of heads dmax = 8.5 mm (0.3315”).
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The screws must protrude approx. 0.5 cm (0.195”) from the wall
for easy wall mounting of the phone.
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Adjusting the Handset Rest
The speaker of the handset has a small, rectangular indentation
that fits over the rounded end of the plastic tab inserted into a slot
on the top shell of the phone. When the phone is mounted on the
wall, the handset must be placed on this rounded end to ensure
that it will not fall off.
Slide the tab out of the slot, as shown in Fig. 7, rotate it 180°, and
slide it back into the slot, as shown in Fig. 8.
Fig. 7
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Fig. 8
Adjusting the Position of the Display
The position of the snom 370’s display is adjustable up to an angle
of 45° (Figs. 9 and 10).
Hold down the phone with one hand and adjust the display with your
other hand. Do not use too much force and do not pull, wrench, or
twist the display as this might damage or break the hinges.
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Fig. 9
Fig. 10
Cleaning
To clean the snom 370, use an anti-static cloth. Please avoid cleaning
liquids as they might damage the surface or internal electronics of
the phone.
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Connecting the
phone
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First connect one end of the handset cable to the handset and
then to the jack labeled “
” on the left-hand side of the phone’s
bottom.
Next plug the Ethernet (network) cable into the RJ45 connector
labeled “
”, and plug the other end into the network side to
establish a data link. The second RJ45 connector, labeled “
”, is
for daisy-chaining further Ethernet devices without the need for a
second Ethernet connection line.
If you are using an external power supply, please insert the plug of
the power supply into the connector labeled “
” next to the data
line and hook up the casing into the mains.
If you want to use a headset, it can be connected to the audio jack
labeled “
” on the bottom shell of the snom 370.
Clip the cords into the appropriate slots on the footstand or, in the
case of the handset cord, on the bottom shell of the phone (see
Fig. 1 in the chapter Setting up the phone, above).
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Keypad
The numeric keypad with the keys 0 to 9, *, and # is used to enter
digits and letters. Depending on the operating mode, different
actions can be performed (see the table below):
• Entry of digits only (e.g., when dialing a phone number)
• Typing in letters and digits by pressing the keys repeatedly
(similar to a cellular phone), etc.
Use the MENU key
to call up the main menu. To cancel actions
or input, use the CANCEL key
. The ENTER key
confirms
actions, selections and inputs. For navigation, use the large round
navigation key in the middle.
Depending on the operating mode, the keys can have contextspecific meanings which are described in the manual.
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The four soft keys located below the display are context-sensitive
function keys. Their current mapping is depicted with symbols in
the bottom line on the display.
The twelve keys on the right with LEDs
/
next to them are
the programmable function keys onto which different functionalities
can be mapped.
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By default they are mapped to trunk lines. An incoming call is
indicated by the fast-blinking LED of the trunk line. To pick it up,
press the corresponding key.
To put the call on hold, press the key again. To pick up a call on hold,
as indicated by the slow-blinking LED, press the corresponding key.
The keys of the numeric block in different operating modes:
Key
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Digits
Lower case
Upper case
0
(SPC)_0
(SPC)_0
1
.@1,?!-/():; &%*
#+<=>$[]
.@1,?!-/():;&%*
#+<=>$[]
2
abc2
ABC2
3
def3
DEF3
4
ghi4
GHI4
5
jkl5
JKL5
6
mno6
MNO6
7
pqrs7$
PQRS7$
8
tuv8
TUV8
9
wxyz9
WXYZ9
Key
Digits
Lower and upper case
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“#” or “.”
Number guessing
after timeout
*
Toggles upper and lower case, when pressed
briefly. Locks the keyboard when pressed for
a few seconds, as indicated by a small lock
symbol on the display; pressing the key again
for a few seconds will unlock the keyboard.
Additionally, the following keys are available:
Key
Description
Mute microphone on/off
Casing speaker on/off
Headset on/off
Adjust volume (lower/higher)
Opens the phone book. Use the navigation key to
scroll within the phone book.
Shows IP and MAC addresses and firmware version
currently installed.
Menu
Redial
Maintenance menu
Freely programmable key
Establish 3-party-conference
Do not disturb mode on/off
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Key
Description
Call hold/unhold
Call transfer.
Announced transfer: Put the call on hold as
described above or by pressing
and dial the
number it is to be transferred to. When the phone
is answered, press the TRANSFER key.
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Blind transfer: With the caller on the line, press
the TRANSFER key, then dial the phone number
the call is to be transferred to and press
.
Record a call (with PBX support only)
Connect to Mailbox (with PBX support only)
LED for Message Waiting Indication (MWI) –
blinking – or indication of missed calls
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Index
A
I
Additional keypad 6
Installation 5
Adjust volume 15
C
K
4
Keypad 13
Call hold/unhold 14, 16
Call transfer 16
CANCEL key 13
Casing speaker 15
Cleaning 10
Connecting the phone 6, 11
L
LEDs 14
LED for MWI 16
Connect to Mailbox 16
M
D
Display 9
Do not disturb 15
E
ENTER key 13
Maintenance menu 15
Menu 15
MENU key 13
Mute microphone 15
N
Numeric block 14
Numeric keypad 13
H
Handset rest 9
O
Open phone book 15
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P
Power supply 5
External power supply 5
Power feeding 5
R
Record a call 16
Redial 15
4
S
Safety information 5
Setting up the phone 6
Soft keys 14
W
Wall mounting 6
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specifications contained in this document are subject to change without notice.
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