Panasonic EBGD450, EBG450, G450 Operating instructions

Panasonic EBGD450, EBG450, G450 Operating instructions

Operating Instructions

Digital Cellular

Telephone

EB-G450

Main Kit

Before operating this equipment please read these instructions carefully

Contents

Before You Start

Symbols Used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

Fitting/Removing the SIM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Fitting/Removing the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Your Telephone

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Basic Operation

Power on/off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Making a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Ending a Call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Answering a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Adjusting Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Automatic Redial. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Advanced Operation

Concept of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

DTMF Tones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Call Hold. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Call Waiting

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Stored Numbers

Note Pad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

Recent Numbers

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

Phonebook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Fixed Dial

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Service Numbers

>

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

“Hot Key” Telephone Numbers

>

. . . . . . . . . . 14

Alpha Entry

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Additional Features

Key-guard s

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Phonebook u

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Messages

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Call Service

:

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Call Divert w <

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Security t

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Network v

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Personalise z

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Battery Information

Charging the Battery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Care and Maintenance

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

Other Information

Glossary of Terms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Trouble Shooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Specifications

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

Notes

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Before You Start

Before You Start

Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic G450 digital cellular telephone. This telephone is designed to operate on the Global System for Mobile Communications

(GSM).

These operating instructions detail use of the equipment contained in the Main Kit.

Symbols Used

F

Shows that you should press the following key(s).

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Shows that a service is network dependent or may only be available on a subscription basis. For more information contact your Service Provider.

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Shows that a function is SIM dependent. For more information contact your Service Provider.

Safety Information

This equipment is intended for use when supplied with power from the built-in charger or dual charger (EB-CR500) through the AC Adaptor (EB-CR400).

Other usage will invalidate any approval given to this apparatus and may be dangerous.

Switch off your cellular telephone when in an aircraft. The use of cellular telephones in an aircraft may be dangerous to the operation of the aircraft, disrupt the cellular network and may be illegal. Failure to observe this instruction may lead to the suspension or denial of cellular telephone services to the offender, or legal action or both.

You are advised not to use the equipment at a refuelling point. You are reminded of the need to observe restrictions on the use of radio equipment in fuel depots, chemical plants or where blasting operations are in progress.

You MUST exercise proper control of your vehicle at all times. Do not use a hand-held telephone or microphone while you are driving. Find a safe place to stop first. Do not speak into a hands-free microphone if it will take your mind off the road. Acquaint yourself thoroughly with restrictions concerning the use of cellular telephones within the country you are driving and observe them at all times.

Care must be taken when using the telephone in close proximity to personal medical devices, such as pacemakers and hearing aids.

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2

Before You Start

Fitting/Removing the SIM

The SIM is fitted into a holder at the back of the telephone underneath the battery.

Avoid touching the gold contacts of the SIM.

Fitting the SIM

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2 3

Contacts

Removing the SIM

To remove the SIM follow the above steps in reverse.

Fitting/Removing the Battery

Fit a fully charged battery pack. If the battery pack is not fully charged then it must be

charged as shown in “Charging the Battery” — page 24.

To maintain maximum performance always use until the low battery warning and then fully recharge the battery.

Switch off the telephone and turn face downwards.

Fitting the Battery

Removing the Battery

Your Telephone

Antenna

Your Telephone

Location of Controls

Incoming/ charging indicator g

Navigation key

B

Select key

A

Phonebook key – browses through the

Phonebook or stores a number in the

Phonebook

Earpiece

Display

D

Send key – makes a call

C

Clear key – clears the last digit entered, clears all digits when pressed and held or returns to the previous display

External connector

Microphone

E

End key – ends a call or switches the telephone on/off when pressed and held

Digit keys

0 appropriate the to

9

0

,

* and

#

. Where key will enter the international access code “+”, “wild” numbers or pauses when pressed and held

Display

Received signal strength –

 weak signal,  strong signal

Character area

Menu number

–

Indicates the battery level

H full,

K low battery

12345 \\\\\|

123456789012

8

123456789012

S 023456

Menu Icon

Option area

Indicates that the g key can be pressed

Following some operations the display will automatically clear after three seconds or after pressing any key except

E

.

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4

Basic Operation

Basic Operation

Power on/off

F E and hold to switch power on

F E and hold to switch power off.

Welcome to

Panasonic

GSM

Registered

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GSM 001

Menu

Making a Call

Make sure that the signal strength meter is displayed.

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2

F area code and telephone number

F D

Call successful

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Voice call

Hold

Emergency Calls

To make an emergency call ensure that the antenna symbol (|) is present. However, the presence of the antenna symbol does not guarantee that an emergency call can be made.

F 1 1 2 D

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Calling

Emergency

Basic Operation

International Dialling

Using the Automatic International Access Code “+” you will be able to dial international numbers without having to know the code for the international exchange. Dialling national numbers using the “+” will have no affect on call charges.

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2

F 0 and hold until a “+” appears

F international access code or e to scroll through the abbreviated international names

+AU

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4

F area code and telephone number

F D

NOTE: Many countries include an initial “0” in the area code. This should, in most cases, be left out when dialling international numbers. If you have difficulties making international calls, contact your Service Provider.

Ending a Call

F E

Answering a Call

To receive a call the telephone must be switched on and the signal strength meter must be displayed.

F any key except

E or g

F E to reject the call

“RING!”

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Incoming

Accept

Calling Line Identification <

This feature allows you to identify incoming calls and accept or reject them. The caller’s telephone number will be displayed. If the telephone number is stored in the

Phonebook then the name for that number will be displayed.

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Home

+01234567890

Accept

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Basic Operation

Adjusting Volume

Earpiece Volume

Four levels of earpiece volume are available.

During a call:

F a to decrease b to increase

Ear

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 volume ‚

Ok

Ring and Key Volume

Ring and key volume be set to a preferred level and type by using Personalise in the

Menu – see page 23.

Automatic Redial

When a call is unsuccessful the telephone will ask if you want to redial the telephone number again automatically. Before each redial attempt the telephone will beep.

F any key to cancel

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Auto re-dial

0:05

Cancel

If a call is repeatedly unsuccessful you will not be able to automatically redial the telephone number. In this case you must redial the telephone number manually.

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Advanced Operation

Advanced Operation

Concept of Operation

There is a close relationship between the select key, navigation key and the display.

Messages

Call Divert

Call Bar

Calls

Security

Enable Disable

Pressing up and down ( e

) will move the pointer up and down and scroll through more information in the main area of the display.

Pressing left and right ( f

) will scroll through options in the option area of the display.

To choose the option press the select key.

DTMF Tones

DTMF tones can be sent during conversation. These are often used to access voice mail, paging and computerised home banking.

Send DTMF Tones During a Call

F digits (0 to 9, # and *)

Pause Dial

Using pauses allows you to send DTMF tones automatically. Each pause will last for three seconds.

1

F telephone number

2

3

F 0 and hold to display “P”

F

DTMF digits after the pause

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+012345P

4

Repeat 2 for more pauses

F D

When the call is successful DTMF tones will be sent every

3 seconds or when

D is pressed

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Advanced Operation

Call Hold

You can make a second call while speaking to an existing caller.

Holding/Resume a Call

F f to display “Hold” in the option area of the display and press

B

F f to display “Resume” in the option area of the display and press

B

Making a Second Call

1

2

F telephone number, or recall from Phonebook

F D

Operation During Two Calls

Held call

Current call

Home

Call 2

2

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Swap

End Both Calls

F E

Swap Between Calls

F f to display “Swap” in the option area of the display followed by

B

End A Call

F f to display “End” in the option area of the display followed by

B

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Advanced Operation

Call Waiting

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A second call can be received, if call waiting is switched on. It is not possible to have more than one fax or data call. All voice calls must be ended before you can make or receive a fax or data call.

Receiving a Second Call

Accept a Second Call

F B to accept the call

When you accept the incoming call the current call will be placed on hold.

Reject a Second Call

F f to display “Reject”

F B

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Incoming

Accept

End Existing Call and Receive Second Call

1

F E with a waiting call

2

F D

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Stored Numbers

Stored Numbers

Note Pad

During a call you can enter numbers which you may wish to dial when the call has ended.

During a call:

F telephone number

When the call has ended

F D

Recent Numbers

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Recently dialled telephone numbers will be stored in “Last dialled”.

If Calling Line Identification is available the caller’s telephone number for an answered call will be stored in “Answered” and an unanswered call will be stored in

“Unanswered”.

When the store is full the next telephone number will overwrite the oldest.

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5

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2

F D

F e to point at “Last dialled”, “Answered” or

“Unanswered”

B

F e to point at the telephone number you wish to dial

F D

Quick Tip for Calling Last Dialled Number

To redial your last called telephone number

F D D

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3

Quick Tip for Returning an Unanswered Call

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When the display shows that you have received calls but not answered them.

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F B

The last caller’s telephone number will be displayed.

F e to point at the telephone number you wish to dial

F D

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Stored Numbers

Phonebook

Telephone numbers are stored on your SIM. Therefore, the number of locations, length of name and number of telephone numbers that can be stored are dependent on your SIM.

Adding a Telephone Number

1

F telephone number

2

3

4

5

6

7

F A

F edit the displayed number

F B to enter the telephone number

F

name — see “Alpha Entry” page 17.

F B to enter the name

F location number

Location:

(1-250)

_

X Any

Automatic Location

The telephone number can be stored automatically at the first available location. This can be done instead of entering a location number.

F B when “Any” is displayed in the option area of the display

Overwrite Protection

If a location is occupied you will be asked if you wish to overwrite the current information.

F B to overwrite the selected location

F C to choose another location number

Overwrite?

Home

(181)

M Ok

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Stored Numbers

Retrieving a Telephone Number

Browse Through the Phonebook

1

2

F A

F e to browse through the Phonebook

When searching through the Phonebook telephone numbers will be listed in the order that was last used by

“Phonebook/Browse” – see page 20.

When the telephone number has been retrieved it can be sent, edited or deleted.

Send a Retrieved Number

F D

Edit Retrieved Telephone Number

1

F f to display “Edit” in the option area

2

F B

3

4

5

6

F new telephone number

F B

F new name tag

F B

Delete

1

F f to display “Delete” in the option area

2

F B

M

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Home

+01234567890

Edit

M

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Home

+01234567890

Delete

Speed Dial

1

2

F location number – leading zeros may be left out

F #

3

F D

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Stored Numbers

Fixed Dial

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The Fixed Dial Store is part of the Phonebook. However, the Fixed Dial Store has additional security. When the security feature “Fixed Dial” is switched on it is only possible to make calls with telephone numbers that are in the Fixed Dial Store.

Fixed Dial telephone numbers cannot be edited before they are dialled but “wild” numbers can be used.

The start of a telephone number can be stored in the Fixed Dial Store and when recalled the remainder added, e.g. calls made to a specific area code.

When Fixed Dial is switched on any manually dialled telephone numbers must match a telephone number in the Fixed Dial Store.

To add, edit or delete a telephone number in the Fixed Dial Store “Fixed Dial” must be

switch on – see “Security” page 22. With Fixed Dial switched on all telephone

numbers can be added to the Phonebook, edited or deleted as normal, but you will be asked for PIN2.

“Wild” Numbers

“Wild” numbers are spaces that can be stored in a telephone number. The “wild” numbers must be filled before the telephone number is dialled. In this way a call can be restricted to a specific area. The “wild” numbers can be anywhere within a stored telephone number.

F 0 and hold until “_” appears to enter a

“wild” number

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+012345_

When the telephone number is recalled pressing a numeric key will fill in a “wild” number.

Service Numbers

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Your Service Provider may program some special telephone numbers into the Service

Dial area of the Phonebook. It is not possible to modify the telephone numbers stored in the Service Dial part of the Phonebook.

F A and hold

F g to browse through the Service Dial list of telephone numbers

The telephone number pointed to can only be recalled or dialled.

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Stored Numbers

“Hot Key” Telephone Numbers

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It is possible to dial telephone numbers from the Phonebook or Service Dial part of

Phonebook very quickly. Some “Hot Key” telephone numbers may be reserved by the

Service Provider, for example the first three “Hot Key” telephone numbers may be linked to the Service Dial part of the Phonebook. To select a source for the “Hot Key”

telephone numbers see “Personalise” – page 23.

F 1 to

9 and hold

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Alpha Entry

Alpha Entry

Alpha entry is used to enter alphanumeric characters into Phonebook, Short

Messages and the Greeting Message.

Key

5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

[

Character/Operation

\ ]

“ @ – , . ; : ! ¡ ? ¿ ( ) ‘ & % + – / < > = £ $ ¥ ¤ §

A B C a b c

A B G

A Ä Å Æ B C Ç a à b c

D E F d e f

G H I g h i

J K L j k l

M N O m n o

P Q R S p q r s P R S

T U V t u v

D E Z

H Q I

K L M

N X O

T U F

D E É F d e è é f

G H I g h i ì

J K L j k l

M N Ñ O Ö ø m n ñ o ò ö

P Q R S p q r s ß

T U Ü V t u ù ü v

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

^

9 W X Y Z w x y z X Y W W X Y Z w x y z 9

C

Deletes the character to the left of the cursor when or clears the entire entry when pressed and held

Each time a key is pressed it will display the next character. When another key is pressed or no key is pressed for a short time the cursor will move to the next position.

(

To cycle between numerals (

^

), Greek characters (

\

), extended characters

]

) and standard characters (

[

) press

A

.

Editing Alpha Entry

Pressing e will move you up or down one line. Pressing right one character.

f will move you left or

When the cursor is moved over a character and another key pressed this will insert the new character.

Pressing

C will delete the character to the left of the cursor.

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Additional Features

Additional Features

When the word “Menu” is in the option area of the display pressing the select key will display a menu of telephone features. To select a features press the up or down ( so that that pointer is showing next to the feature you require then press the feature number.

B e or enter

)

A quick way of selecting the menu is to enter the menu number.

To leave the menu press

C repeatedly.

A menu item may not be available because the telephone is not in a service area or the SIM being used does not support that feature.

Key-guard s

Key-guard will prevent any keys from being accidentally pressed e.g. when the telephone is being carried.

When a call is received key-guard will be disabled allowing you to press any key to answer the call. After the call has finished key-guard will be restored.

When the telephone is mounted in the optional Car Mount Kit key-guard will be disabled.

Emergency calls can still be made.

Phonebook u

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

Browse

Create

Review

My Numbers

In the Phonebook menu you are able to browse through the Phonebook by location number or name, add more entries to the Phonebook and review how much space you have available.

Most common use of the Phonebook is covered in “Phonebook” – see

page 11.

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Additional Features

Messages

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3 Messages 1

2

3

4

5

6

Receive list

Send list

Create

Review

Parameters

Broadcasts 1

2

3

4

Receive

Message list

Topics

Languages

1

2

3

4

5

Auto delete

Lifetime

Messge Centre

Report

Protocol

You can receive, display, edit and/or send short text messages, of up to 160 characters.

New messages will automatically be stored in the message area of your SIM. If the message area is full a new message will be rejected. To receive new messages you will have to erase unwanted messages, this can be done automatically.

Before you can send a message you must enter the Message Centre number into the parameters. The Message Centre number will be supplied by your Service Provider.

Broadcast messages can display information about your area, such as traffic or weather information – the information that is available is dependent on your network.

Call Service

:

1

2

3

4

5

6

1

2

3

4

5

6

1

2

3

4

5

6

1

2

3

4

5

6

Last call

All calls

Call waiting

Display caller's ID

Withhold my ID

Call charge

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

Cost left

Price/unit

Maximum cost

Warning at

If you are given call charge information by your Service Provider the cost of your calls can be calculated. The call charge is specified in a price for each unit. The duration of one unit may vary during the day, peak and off-peak times. Therefore, the call charge can be calculated accordingly.

PIN2 is required to modify call charge information.

Call times are indicated as: hours (0-99), minutes (0-59), seconds (0-59) — HH:MM:SS.

NOTE: Call charge information may not give an accurate reflection of the tariffs charged by the Service Provider.

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Additional Features

Call Divert w <

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2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

Voice calls

Fax calls

Data calls

Cancel all

Status

Divert can be used to forward incoming calls to mail box or another telephone, not necessarily a GSM telephone.

You can divert voice, fax and data call using different circumstances and to different telephone numbers.

When updating or checking the status of call divert the telephone must be registered with a network.

Security t

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

Phone lock

Call bar

PIN

PIN2

Fixed Dial

1

2

3

4

5

6

1

2

3

4

5

6

1

2

3

4

5

6

1

2

3

4

5

6

Bar voice calls

Bar fax calls

Bar data calls

Cancel all

Status

Password

There are three types of security code for your telephone:

Phone Lock: Control by the lock code and controls telephone security. Factory-set to

“0000”.

PIN: Controls SIM security.

PIN2: Controls security for Fixed Dial Store and call charge metering.

It is recommended that you memorise your security codes. If you forget them contact your dealer for the lock code or your Service Provider for PIN and PIN2.

Call Bar is used to restrict certain outgoing and/or incoming calls. Any combination of call restrictions can be set. Different call bar restrictions can be used for voice, fax and data calls. Call Bar is controlled by a security password that is supplied by your

Service Provider.

When updating or checking the status of call bar the telephone must be registered with a network.

When the telephone is locked enter the lock code to restore normal operation.

If the PIN is enabled it will be necessary to enter the PIN every time that the telephone is switched on.

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Additional Features

Network v

1

2

3

New Network

Search Mode

Network List

When not in your home country you may use a network that you do not directly subscribe to, this is called ROAMING. Roaming between networks in your home country may not be permitted by National Law.

When the search mode is set to automatic the telephone will search through the preferred network list and select a new network automatically. However, if the search mode is set to manual you will be asked to select a network from a list.

Personalise z

1 Language

2 Tones

3 In car

4 Greeting

5 Backlight

6 DTMF tone length

7

Defaults

1

2

6 DTMF tone length

7

Defaults

Keep alive

Auto answer

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

All tones

Ring volume

Ring type

Key volume

Warning tones

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

Voice calls

Fax calls

Data calls

Messages

The personalise feature will enable you to customise the telephone to operate in a way that suits you.

The language that the telephone will use for display messages can be changed.

Tones will personalise sounds that the telephone will make during operation. A different ring can be used for voice, fax, data and messages.

The keep alive timer will delay switching off the telephone, when the telephone is mounted in the optional Car Mount Kit and the vehicle ignition is turned off. If a call is in progress after the ignition timer has elapsed the call will be maintained.

When automatic answer is switched on, and the telephone is mounted in the optional

Car Mount Kit, a call can be answered without pressing any keys.

A personalised greeting message can be programmed for when the telephone is switched on.

Battery life can be increased by changing the brightness of the backlight.

Defaults will return your personal settings to their factory default.

The source for the “Hot Key” telephone numbers can be set using the Hot Key Dial menu.

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Battery Information

Battery Information

Low Battery

When the battery power is low a warning tone will sound and a

“LOW BATTERY” message will flash. The power will automatically shut off shortly after the battery warning tone. Fully charge the battery pack or replace it with a fully charged one.

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LOW

BATTERY

During Conversation

Finish your call immediately and fully charge the battery pack or replace it with a fully charged one.

During Standby

Incoming calls will be rejected and it is not possible to make a call.

Charging the Battery

The battery pack must be attached to the telephone followed the AC Adaptor or charging will not start.

To maintain maximum performance always use until the low battery warning and then fully recharge the battery.

To AC power

Press lock buttons to release

Charge indicator will be red while charging

Battery level indicator will show the status – see table below

NOTE: DO NOT apply force to the connector as this may damage the telephone and/or the AC Adaptor.

Operation of Battery Level Indicator

While charging Charging complete

Telephone on G

Telephone off

G

When charging is complete remove the AC Adaptor.

H

OFF

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Care and Maintenance

Care and Maintenance

l

Pressing any of the keys may produce a loud tone. Avoid holding the telephone close to the ear while pressing the keys.

l

Extreme temperatures may have a temporary effect on the operation of your telephone. This is normal and does not indicate a fault.

l

Do not disassemble the equipment. There are no user-serviceable parts.

l

Do not subject the equipment to excessive vibration or shock.

l

Avoid contact with liquids. If the equipment becomes wet immediately remove the power and contact your dealer.

l

Always use approved accessories in order to maintain optimum performance and avoid damage.

l

The equipment may be cleaned with a soft cloth dampened with a mild detergent and water. Petroleum based cleaners may damage the equipment.

l

Do not leave the equipment in direct sunlight or a humid, dusty or hot area.

l

Keep metallic items that may accidentally touch the terminals away from the equipment.

l

Always charge the battery pack in a well ventilated area, not in direct sunlight, between +5°C and +35°C. It is not possible to recharge the battery pack if it is outside this temperature range.

l

Avoid recharging battery packs for longer than recommended.

l

Do not incinerate or dispose of the battery packs as ordinary rubbish. The battery packs must be disposed of in accordance with local legislation and may be recycled.

l

When disposing of any packing materials or old equipment check with your local authorities for information on recycling.

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Other Information

Glossary of Terms

Other Information

DTMF Dual Tone Multiple Frequency tones. The numeric keys 0 to 9, and

* and # will generate different DTMF tones when pressed during conversation. These are used to access voice mail, paging and computerised home banking.

GSM Global System for Mobile communications. The name given to the advanced digital technology that your telephone uses.

Home country The country where your home network operates.

Home network The GSM network on which your subscription details are held.

Lock code Used for security of your telephone. Factory set to “0000”.

Message Centre Where messages are sent before they are forwarded onto their destination. The Message Centre number may be programmed into your SIM or supplied by your Service Provider.

Network operator

Password

PIN

The organisation responsible for operating a GSM network. Each country will have a different network operator.

Used for the control of the call bar. Supplied by your Service

Provider.

Personal Identification Number used for SIM security. Supplied by your Service Provider.

PIN2 Personal Identification Number used for the control of Fixed Dial

Store and call charge metering. Supplied by your Service Provider.

PUK/ PUK2

Registration

PIN/PIN2 Unblocking Key. Used to unblock the PIN/PIN2. Supplied by your Service Provider.

The act of locking on to a GSM network. This is usually performed automatically by your telephone.

Roaming The ability to use your telephone on networks other than your

Home network.

Service Provider The organisation responsible for providing access to the GSM network.

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Other Information

SIM Subscriber Identification Module. A small smart-card which stores unique subscriber and user-entered information such as

Phonebook, Fixed Dial Store and short messages. Supplied by your Service Provider.

Supplementary service

Network-controlled GSM functions which your telephone will support. Supplementary services may only be available on a subscription basis.

“Wild” numbers Spaces in a stored telephone number. When the telephone number is recalled pressing a numeric key will fill in a space. This can be used to restrict dialling.

Trouble Shooting

Should any problem persist contact your dealer.

Problem Causes and Solutions

Telephone will not switch on

Check that the battery pack is fully charged and correctly connected to the telephone.

Short battery life Battery life is affected by the network you are using and the condition of the battery pack.

The life of the battery pack is affected by improper charging, this is inherent in all Ni-MH batteries. To maintain maximum performance always use until the low battery warning and then fully recharge the battery pack. To revive the battery pack use the telephone until it switches off and then fully recharge three times. However, the battery pack will eventually wear out and must be replaced with a new one.

Battery level indicator (

H does not light when charging

)

If a battery is deeply discharged it will take a short time before there is sufficient power in the telephone to light the battery level indicator (

H

).

The battery pack must be charged in a temperature no lower than +5°C and no higher than +35°C.

Calls cannot be made

Calls cannot be made when the telephone is locked (Menu:

Security/Mobile Lock) or outgoing calls are barred (Menu: Call

Bar).

Check that the telephone is registered to a network. Move to a coverage area and operate your telephone after it has registered with a network.

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Other Information

Calls cannot be made from Fixed

Dial Store

Calls cannot be received

Emergency calls cannot be made

Telephone numbers cannot be recalled

Check the telephone number is stored in the Fixed Dial Store or your SIM supports Fixed Dial.

To receive a call the telephone must be switched on.

Calls cannot be received when incoming calls are barred

(Menu: Personalise/Call Bar).

Check that the telephone is registered to a network. Move to a coverage area and operate your telephone after it has registered with a network.

Check that the antenna symbol (|) is displayed. Move to a coverage area and operate your telephone when the antenna symbol is displayed.

Phonebook cannot be recalled when the telephone is locked

(Menu: Security/Mobile Lock) or “Fixed Dial” is switched on

(Menu: Security/Fixed Dial).

Error Messages

Area not allowed Roaming in the selected area is not allowed

Enter PUK The PIN has been entered incorrectly 10 times. To enter a new

PIN you must first enter a PUK.

Network not allowed

PUK blocked

Roaming with the selected network is not allowed

Security failure

SIM blocked

SIM error

The PUK has been entered incorrectly 10 times. Contact your

Service Provider.

The network has detected authentication failure because your

SIM is not registered with that network. Contact your Service

Provider

The SIM is blocked because the wrong PUK has been entered ten times. Contact your Service Provider

The telephone has detected a problem with the SIM. Switch the telephone off and then back on. If the message does not disappear contact your Service Provider

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Specifications

Specifications

Telephone

Type

SIM Type

Temperature range

Charging

Storage

GSM Class 4

Plug in type

+5°C to +35°C

-20°C to +60°C

AC Adaptor

Output voltage 6.7V DC, 550mA

Battery — Attached to Telephone

Battery pack

(EB-BS500)

Battery pack

(EB-BS450)

Battery pack

(EB-BM500)

210 g

Battery pack

(EB-BX500)

250 g Weight

Dimensions

Height

Width

Depth

185 g

141 mm

46 mm

21 mm

Supply voltage 4.8 V DC,

600mAh

Ni-MH

175 g

141 mm

46 mm

25 mm

4.8 V DC

650mAh

Ni-MH

141 mm

46 mm

23 mm

4.8 V DC,

850mAh

Ni-MH

141 mm

46 mm

32 mm

4.8 V DC,

1600mAh

Ni-MH

Standby time

Talk time

Charge time upto 70 h

3.0 h

90 min upto 80 h

3.5 h

100 min upto 100 h

4.5 h

140 min upto 200 h

8.5 h

260 min

NOTE:

Charge time will be longer when the telephone is turned on.

Battery life is affected by the network you are using and the condition of the battery pack.

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Notes

Notes

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The Serial Number can be found on the outside of the telephone under the battery.

For your convenience we recommend that you note the following details as a record of your purchase.

Part Number EB-G450

Serial Number

Dealer Name

Purchase Date

BULL CP8 PATENT

Matsushita Communication Industrial UK Limited

Printed in UK *ZD71785C*

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