HomeHandy Pìco Operating instructions

HomeHandy Pìco Operating instructions
HomeHandy Pìco
Operating instructions
GAP
The HomeHandy Pìco at a glance
The handset
Ear piece
Display
Keys for
Menu operation
Menu/ON
Speed dialling/Internal/
Number redial key
Microphone
The technology at a glance
The base station
Terminal for
telephone
© Hagenuk / HMC - Rd / 16.01.97
Keypad
Mains
connection
- The enhanced-feature handset for DECT base
stations and systems with GAP
- Digital transmission in accordance with the
DECT standard
- Speed dialling memory for 21 phone numbers
- Adjustable handset volume
Charging recess
for the handset
-OFF/Signal key
- Choice of standard NiCad or NiMH batteries
of various capacities
(size AA / ”Mignon”)
Table of contents
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Table of contents
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1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Getting acquainted with and connecting
the HomeHandy Pìco ...................................................................3
Introduction… ....................................................................................................3
Getting started....................................................................................................4
Charging and handling of the batteries.......................................................5
Inserting/replacing batteries...........................................................................6
Settings upon delivery......................................................................................6
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2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
Operating overview......................................................................7
Operating overview...........................................................................................7
Operator guidance ............................................................................................8
Entering names and text..................................................................................9
Displays - standby mode...............................................................................11
Displays - ready-to-dial mode .....................................................................11
Displays - standby mode: dial preparation ...............................................12
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
Basic functions: phoning ..........................................................13
Switching on and dialling (external call) ...................................................13
En-bloc dialling (external call) .....................................................................13
Switching on and dialling (internal call) ....................................................14
Terminating the call (internal and external calls) ....................................14
Taking a call (incoming calls) .......................................................................14
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4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
Further functions ........................................................................15
Number redial - history function .................................................................15
Speed dialling - general.................................................................................16
Storing names and phone numbers ...........................................................16
SOS number......................................................................................................17
Deleting the speed dialling memory...........................................................18
Speed dialling ..................................................................................................19
SOS number (emergency phone number) - making an
emergency call.................................................................................................20
Muting................................................................................................................20
Switching on/off of the handset ..................................................................21
Temporary switching off of the handset ....................................................21
Activating the keyboard lock........................................................................21
Deactivating the keyboard lock ...................................................................21
Activating the handset lock/changing the PIN.......................................22
Phoning with active handset lock ...............................................................22
Deactivating the handset lock .....................................................................23
Call duration display .......................................................................................23
Temporary (intermittent) changeover of the signalling method.........23
Changing the PIN(personal identification number) of the base........24
4.8
4.9
4.10
4.11
4.12
4.13
4.14
4.15
4.16
4.17
4.18
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Table of contents (cont.)
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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
Settings/programming..............................................................25
Activating/deactivating the key click .........................................................25
Setting the ringer ............................................................................................25
Increasing the handset volume ...................................................................26
Resetting the handset volume to the standard volume ........................26
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Operating several handsets /
several base stations ...............................................................27
Measuring the field strength........................................................................27
Selecting a base station ...............................................................................27
Logging a handset into a base station......................................................28
Logging in an additional handset (Multilink) ..........................................29
Logging off a handset (Multilink)...............................................................29
Consultation hold / extending calls to another handset
(Multilink)..........................................................................................................30
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
7 Operation on a telephone system ..........................................31
7.1 Setting the signalling method and the dial pauses ................................31
7.2 Extending a call/consultation hold within a telephone system ...........31
8 Using other makes of handset ................................................32
8.1 General information ........................................................................................32
Pictograms on the display ...............................................................33
Cleaning and care / Technical data...............................................34
Faults and remedies ..........................................................................35
Index .....................................................................................................36
Approval and CE label.......................................................................37
Overview of menu items...................................................................40
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1.1 Introduction
The HomeHandy Pìco is a cordless telephone in line with the DECT-GAP
standard.
It consists of a handset and a base station in which a charging facility for
the batteries is integrated. Additional charging facilities (chargers) are
available as an accessory.
The speech in the handset and the base station is encrypted by the requirements stipulated in the DECT standard; this provides you with an effective protection against the tapping of radiophony traffic by third parties
using wide-band receivers (scanners). It does not impair the speech quality.
Notes
Unpleasant secondary noise can be caused in conjunction with hearing
aids.
A call cannot be made with the HomeHandy Pico during a power
failure as the power supply to the base station is then interrupted.
The HomeHandy Pìco operates according to the GAP standard, i.e.
other handsets which also comply with the GAP standard can be logged
into the Hagenuk base. Likewise, this handset can be logged into other
”GAP” bases.
For information on the log-in procedure, please refer to the instructions of
the respective manufacturer.
Attention
Your HomeHandy Pìco has a personal identification number (PIN). On
delivery, it is set to ”0 0 0 0”. If you wish to prevent certain settings
(number of logged-in handsets etc.) from being altered by unauthorised
persons, then this PIN must be changed. However, please do not forget
to make a note of this PIN as the unit can only be reset by a service technician should you forget the PIN.
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1.2 Getting started
Selecting the
location
The following points should be observed when selecting the location for
the HomeHandy Pìco base station:
• Do not set it up in close proximity to CD players, video recorders,
television sets, computers and microwave ovens. Furthermore, the base
station has to be located clear off satellite receivers and answering
machines unless these are specifically designed to be DECT-resistant.
• Avoid setting it up in very smoky or dusty conditions. Direct sunlight, damp
or locations subject to high humidity are also best avoided, as are locations
close to sources of heat.
• Try to locate the base station in the centre of the area from which calls are
to be made; in a multi-storey building, the optimal position is to be found
near to the staircase.
Use a non-slip mat for the base station and charger (accessory) so that
the plastic feet are not attacked by the varnish coat of the furniture leaving
unpleasant marks on the surface.
Connecting
the base
station
The base station has to be connected to the telephone network and
mains supply before the HomeHandy Pico can be used. Establish the
connections as illustrated in the sketch.
The connection sockets (2 x western) are located on the underside of the
base station; they are marked with the corresponding symbols.
Terminal for
power pack
Terminal for
telephone
Socket
Base station
Terminal for telephone
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1.3 Charging and handling of the batteries
Charging the batteries
In the case of brand new units or when putting a unit into operation after
a longer storage period, the batteries have to be charged first. This is
done by placing the handset in the charge unit.
Different types of batteries can be used to operate the handset (e.g. 650
mAh NiCad, 700 mAh NiCad, 1200 mAh NiMH etc.); however, it is
essential that two identical batteries are used!
The batteries are charged for up to 14 hours during initial charging; this
is not done constantly, but by means of pulse charges.
The batteries are charged quicker during normal operation (i.e. when
the handset is placed in the base station after the ”Batt. Empty” signal.
The batteries’ charge level decreases during operation; the display indicates these changes in different steps (100, 80, 70, 60 etc.).
When the batteries are replaced, the capacity is not displayed
instantaneously. Even if the batteries are charged , theirs is an unknown
charge state.
The display shows the following:
The ”normal” display showing the percentage only appears after a few
hours.
If you cut off the electricity in the house for several hours (e.g. during a
holiday or longer installation work), then you should remove the batteries
to avoid excessive discharging.
Battery handling
Thanks to optimised charging based on the calculated consumption, no
particular procedure is necessary to ensure long battery life.
Nevertheless, batteries are subject to deterioration over time, their capacity and the respective operating times diminish.
Defective batteries should be taken to a collecting point for batteries;
they should never be thrown away together with domestic
rubbish!
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1.4 Inserting/replacing batteries
Remove the cover on the battery compartment by applying moderate
pressure to the upper edge where the catch is located. Remove the old
batteries if necessary. Insert new batteries as illustrated.
Push the cover back on; make sure the catch engages.
The batteries to be
inserted must be of
the same type and
capacity!
1.5
Settings upon delivery
The HomeHandy Pìco is delivered with the following settings:
Handset
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
No phone numbers stored
Ringer melody level 2
Ringer volume level 5
Normal handset volume
Keypad lock inactive
Key click switched on
PIN 0 0 0 0 / lock inactive
Logged in
Base station
•
•
•
•
DTMF dialling
Short Flash / 90 ms (AUS version only)
PIN 0 0 0 0
No dialling pause
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2.1 Operating overview
The keypad
The keypad consists of 22 keys:
• numerical keys
to
and the special keys
and
• the ”special” keys for:
Number redial
Menu key
Internal (int. connection)
Selection key
Signal key (consultation hold)
STOP key
Switch on/off (hook)
Cursor control
Speed dialling memory
Time-Out
Incomplete programming procedures or check displays are aborted 30
seconds after the last key depression (without a change having
been stored); this is signalled by the negative confirmation tone.
Confirmation
tones
Positive confirmation tone
0,6 s
Negative confirmation tone
0,1 s 0,1 s 0,1 s 0,1 s 0,1 s 0,1 s 0,1 s
Ringer tones
Trunk call sequence
- An external call comes in
- completion of successful programming procedures
- when logging in additional handsets
(refer to 6.2 and 6.3)
- maloperation
- Battery almost empty (remaining
talk time approx. 3 min.)
- all radio channels busy
0,5
0,5
0,5
0,5
3,5 s
1,0
1,0
Internal call
4s
0,5
Internal busy tone
0,5
0,5
0,3
When there is an incoming
external call during an
internal connection
0,5
0,5
0,3
0,3
Internal dialling tone
Camp-on
tone (in the
handset)2.1
0,5
0,5
0,5
0,5
0,3
0,3
0,1
3,5 s
0,1
5s
5s
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2.2 Operator guidance
Your new telephone eases operation
by means of helpful display prompts.
Menu key
The menu is activated/quit via the
menu key.
Which menu items are offered is
status-dependent (refer to ”Overview of menu items”).
The current state of the handset is
indicated on the first line of the display by means of pictograms (see
pictograms on display). The functions that are currently available are
offered in plain text on the first text
line. The second text line indicates
the corresponding options for these
functions by means of texts and
abbreviations. You have the following options:
First option: OK key
Confirm selection by pressing the
OK key. You can now, for example,
program a speed dialling memory or
change one which has already been
programmed.
The OK key is generally used to
confirm a selection or store an
input.
Second option: Stop key
Terminate menu operation by
pressing the stop key. Operations
can be terminated or inputs aborted
at any time by pressing the stop
key. You then go back to the respective previous menu level or to the
standby mode.
Third option: Arrow keys
The arrow keys can be used to
”browse” forward (right) or backward (left) in the menu to select a
menu item or, for example, an entry.
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2.3 Entering names and text
The input of characters is possible,
when ”A-Z” appears on the second
line.
Letters, numbers and various
punctuation marks (
are available as characters.
An input is made via the numerical keys. Several characters are allocated to each number and can be found above the keys.
Select character:
• One key depression = first character
• Two key depressions = second character etc.
• The last character is followed by the number of the key, then again by
the first character etc.
Character has been selected:
• Press the key for the next character.
If a character on the same key is to be selected again:
• Press the right arrow key and select the character again.
Example: Select characters (characters ABC – number 2)
One depression of key ”2”
Representation of character ”A”
Two depressions of key ”2”
Representation of character ”B”
Three depressions of key ”2”
Representation of character ”C”
Four depressions of key ”2”
Representation of character ”2”
Five depressions of key ”2”
Representation of character ”A”
Names
key
”1”; key
can”0”
comprise
)
up to 13 characters.
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Deleting characters: press left
arrow key.
Press right arrow key. Cursor
moves one position to the right:
Select next character. A blank
is generated by pressing the
arrow key again.
Example: Enter name (”ANNE“)
Numerical key 2 once for ”A”
Numerical key 6 twice for ”N”
When a character assigned to the
same key is to be selected again,
press right arrow key to move the
cursor one space forward and proceed as usual.
Numerical key 6 twice for ”N”
Numerical key 3 twice for ”E”
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Displays: standby mode
The ”standby mode” is defined as
follows:
The handset is ready for use.
There is no radio link to the base
station. No call is signalled.
The selected base (A, B ...) and the
current battery capacity are displayed on the second line. Battery capacity
is stated in increments of 20% or 10%.
If the handset detects a battery
charge of 0%, the display reads
”NO POWER” accompanied by an
alert tone; it is no longer possible
to set up a connection.
However, if a radio link exists at this
moment, there is a residual operating time of approx. 3 minutes.
A short alert tone is given when
the handset is placed in the base
station. Charging is commenced and
”POWER” appears on the display as
the batteries did not have the full
capacity.
A message is shown on the display
if the field strength is insufficient, i.e. the handset is outside
the range of the base or it is not
logged into any base.
2.5
Displays: ready-to-dial mode
The ”ready-to-dial” mode is defined as follows:
The handset has been switched on via the ON/OFF key; a radio link
exists to the base station.
The telephone is ready to dial a phone number. Various options are shown
on the second line of the display. You can then, for example, dial a phone
number from the number redial memory ( ) or from a speed dialling memory ( ).
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2.6 Displays - standby mode: dial preparation
The ”dial preparation” state is defined as follows: the handset is in
standby mode; there is no radio link to the base.
A phone number can now be entered
via the keypad (up to 24 digits); a
phone number which has been stored
in the number redial memory
(refer to chapter 4.1 „Number redial history function“) or in a speed dialling memory (refer to chapter 4.6
„Speed dialling“)can be retrieved by
pressing the respective key and is
then indicated on the display.
Corrections can also be made subsequently by supplementing digits or
deleting the number from the end by
means of the left arrow key and
replacing it with the correct digits.
A radio link is automatically established by pressing the ON/OFF key
and the number is dialled.
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3.1 Switching on and dialling (external call)
The handset is in standby
mode:
Press the ”ON/OFF” key.
Enter the phone number, every
digit entered is dialled immediately.
Make the call.
The call duration is displayed after
the first minute has elapsed (external calls only).
Metering of the call duration
begins 10 seconds after the last
key depression.
3.2 En-bloc dialling (external call)
The phone number can be entered when the handset is in standby
mode; the radio link is established by then pressing the ”ON/OFF” key
and the number is dialled ”en-bloc”.
Enter the phone number.
Press the ON/OFF key.
Make the call.
A phone number that has been
dialled is stored in the number redial
memory after switching off the handset.
Display of the call duration in
minutes/seconds after the first
minute has elapsed.
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3.3 Switching on and dialling (internal call)
If several handsets (up to 8) are operated on one base station, free internal calls can be made between two handsets. The call duration is not displayed.
The handset is in standby
mode:
Press the ”INT” key.
Internal number of handset is
shown in display.
Enter the number of the handset to
be called. Make the call.
3.4 Terminating a call (internal and external calls)
Press the ON/OFF key
or
Place the handset in the base station.
3.5 Taking a call (incoming calls)
When you receive a call:
You hear the ringer; the following messages appear on the display:
Examples:
ON-OFF
• Externalkey
calldoes not function for three seconds to prevent inadvertent
• Call from another handset (No.3)
from the same base.
Taking the call
• by lifting the handset from the base
station (automatic connection)
or
• by pressing the ON/OFF key.
Alternative
The handset is in a charge unit
The handset is in a charge unit when there is an incoming call. It only has to
removed from there, the connection is automatically made and the call can
proceed.
The
termination of the call.
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4.1 Number redial - history function
Phone numbers which are to be dialled again do not have to be repeatedly entered manually. The number can be dialled automatically at the press
of a button using the number redial function.
The number redial function automatically recovers the last 5 phone
numbers dialled = history function.
These phone numbers can be viewed on the display and one of them can
be activated to be dialled again.
The last phone number dialled deletes the oldest entry in the number
redial memory.
The handset is in standby or
ready-to-dial mode:
One depression of the number
redial key:
The last phone number dialled is
displayed.
Corrections or suffixes are possible
(also refer to ”General information
concerning operation: displays
when phoning”).
Two depressions of the number
redial key:
The penultimate phone number
dialled is displayed etc.
Standby mode:
The number is dialled after pressing the ON/OFF key
or
Ready-to-dial mode:
The number is dialled by pressing
the OK key.
In the case of phone numbers with more than 15 digits, only the last 15
digits are displayed. It is possible to correct or supplement the number as
if dialling manually (as described in chapter 2.6).
The phone numbers in the number redial memory are retained even
when replacing the batteries.
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4.2 Speed dialling - general
The handset has 21 memories for entering phone numbers and names.
Entries are chosen by ”browsing” with the arrow keys or by entering the
respective memory location number (01…21).
As a special feature, you have the option of giving your handset its own
name (up to 13 characters) which is shown on the top line of the display
when it is in standby mode. This name
must be stored in speed dialling location
”21”.
4.3 Storing names and phone numbers
Press menu key.
Press OK key.
Select ”NAME/NO”.
Press OK key.
Press OK key.
------” memory location:
Select
or
The first memory location is displayed. An empty memory location
or one which is to be overwritten
can now be chosen by entering a
two digit memory location
number or with the aid of the
arrow keys. If the memory location is not occupied, then ”
appears on the top text line of the
display.
Press OK key.
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Enter name; for further details, refer to
chapter 2.3 ”Entering names and
text.“
Terminate input of the name by pressing the OK key.
Enter phone number.
or
Press the number redial key.
(
)
Press the number redial key
to store the phone number last
dialled.
The left arrow key can be
used to make corrections.
Press OK key.
Choose the next memory location or exit this mode by pressing
the menu key.
Note:
If a dial pause is to be programmed, this is done by pressing the speed
dialling key at the appropriate point.
4.4 SOS - emergency phone number
Your new telephone has three special speed dialling memories for emergency phone numbers, two of which are called ”Police” and ”Fire Dept”
respectively. The emergency phone numbers applicable in your area
should be stored here (e.g. 999). The third emergency phone number can
be set individually by you, for example, the name and number of your GP.
The emergency phone numbers can be called at any time and in any state
of the handset via simple key combinations (refer to chapter 4.8 ”Making
an emergency call”).
Emergency phone numbers are stored as follows:
Press menu key.
Select ”NAME/NO.”.
Press OK key.
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Select ”PROG. SOS-NO.”
Press OK key.
Now select either one of the fixed
numbers (Fire Dept., Police) or the
number (Name) to be designated
individually.
Confirm by pressing OK key.
()
Now enter the name for the individual number.
Confirm by pressing OK key.
Enter the phone number.
Corrections can be made at any
time by using the left arrow key.
Press OK key.
4.5 Deleting the speed dialling memory
Press menu key.
Press OK key.
Select ”NAME/NO.”.
Press OK key.
Select ”DEL. NAME/NO.”.
Press OK key.
or
Selection of memory location:
The memory location can be selected with the aid of the arrow
keys or by entering the two digit
number.
Press OK key.
Memory location is deleted.
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You can now delete a further
speed dialling memory or quit this
mode by pressing the menu key.
You can also delete all speed
dialling memories in one go.
Select ”DELETE ALL” instead of
”DEL. NAME / NO” and then
press the OK key twice.
4.6 Speed dialling
The handset is in standby
mode.
You can access the first/last speed
dialling memory immediately via
the arrow keys. : 21, : 01
A speed dialling memory can be
selected selectively via the following procedure:
Press the speed dialling key.
The phone number is selected
either by entering the memory
location number (01…21) via
the keypad or by ”browsing” in
the memory with the aid of the
arrow keys or the speed dialling key. The corresponding
name entry is displayed.
The corresponding phone number
is displayed after pressing the OK
key. The correction/suffix possibilities correspond to those available
during manual dialling or number
redial.
Press the ON/OFF key if you
wish to dial the displayed phone
number.
Only the last 15 digits of longer phone numbers are displayed.
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4.7 SOS number (emergency numbers) - making an emergency call
It is always possible to dial one of the two fixed (Police, Fire Dept.) and
one freely programmable emergency phone numbers (refer to chapter
4.4). An emergency call is made in the following way:
Press menu key.
Press numerical key 1.
Use the arrow keys to select the
name.
A radio link is automatically established by pressing the ON/OFF
key and the emergency phone
number is dialled.
4.8 Muting
The telephone’s microphone is switched off via the mute key. The person
at the other end of the line cannot hear you.
Press menu key.
Press numerical key 0.
The microphone is switched off;
”MIC OFF!” appears on the display
for 3 seconds.
You can now talk to a person in the room without the person at the other
end of the line being able to listen.
Press menu key.
Press numerical key 0.
The microphone is switched on
again;
”MIC ON!” appears on the display
for 3 seconds.
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4.9 Switching on/off the handset
You can switch off your handset if you...
• for example, do not wish to be disturbed by incoming calls or
• are outside the range of the base station and want to spare the batteries.
The phone is switched off by keeping the ON/OFF key depressed for 2
seconds. ”POWER OFF” appears on the display when it is switched off.
Press the ON/OFF key again to switch it back on.
Incoming calls are no longer signalled when the handset is switched
off!
4.10 Temporary switching off of the handset
If you do not wish to or cannot take an incoming call at the moment, you
can switch off the current ringing by pressing the STOP key!
4.11 Activating the keyboard lock
Press menu key.
Press asterisk key.
4.12 Deactivating the keyboard lock
Press menu key.
Press asterisk key.
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4.13 Activating the handset lock / changing the PIN
The handset can be protected against unauthorised use by giving it a new
PIN.
If the handset is given a new PIN as described below, then outgoing calls
can only be made if the PIN has been entered beforehand.
The handset is in standby mode:
Press menu key.
Press OK key.
Select ”TEL.-LOCK ON/OFF”.
Press OK key.
Enter new ”personal” PIN
(e.g.: 1234) (default = 0000).
Enter PIN once again.
Press OK key.
The handset is now ”locked”. The
PIN has to be entered first if an outgoing call is to be made.
Please make a mental note of your new ”personal” PIN. The handset
will have to be ”unlocked” by our Service if you should forget this PIN.
4.14 Phoning with active handset lock
Press the ON/OFF key.
Enter the PIN
(e.g.1234).
The following appears after a
correct entry:
Select the desired phone number.
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4.15 Deactivating the handset lock
The handset is in standby
mode:
Press the menu key.
Select ”TEL.-LOCK ON/OFF”.
Press OK key.
Enter PIN
(e.g.: 1234).
Press OK key.
The handset lock has now been
deactivated.
4.16 Call duration display
Time metering begins 10 seconds after the last digit of an external phone
number has been dialled. The current duration of the call appears on
the display in minutes and seconds
after the first minute has elapsed.
4.17 Temporary (intermittent) changeover of signalling method
When pulse dialling is set, this changeover is necessary for example, for
polling (remote interrogation of an answering machine) or for transmitting
information to a pager or voice mailbox.
Existing connection or during
dialling procedure:
Press the asterisk key.
If ”DTMF” is set, the symbol
appears on the display.
Continue dialling.
Switch back by
• Terminating the connection.
For a permanent changeover of the signalling method
proceed as described in chapter 7.1 ”Setting the signalling method and
dial pauses”.
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4.18 Changing the PIN (personal identification number) of the base
!
The personal identification number (PIN) protects important settings
against unauthorised changes. You should program your own PIN to
obtain an effective protection. Make a mental note of this PIN. A reset to
the dispatch state ”0 0 0 0” can only be carried out by our Service.
The handset is in standby
mode within the range of a
connected base:
Press menu key.
Press OK key.
Select ”SYSTEM”.
Press OK key.
Select ”PROG. PIN”.
Confirm with OK key.
Enter current PIN
(0 0 0 0 in dispatch state), each
digit deletes a dash ”----”.
Enter new PIN (four digits,
numbers 0-9 possible).
Enter the new PIN once again and
finish by pressing the OK key. It is
possible to enter the new PIN
again in the event of an input error.
Press menu key, the handset is in
standby mode.
Note
Programming can be aborted at any time by pressing the menu key.
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Settings/programming
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5.1 Activating/deactivating the key click
The key click is an acoustic acknowledgement of the operation of a key.
The key click is switched on in the dispatch state; it can be switched off
or on (depending on the current state) by carrying out the following
steps.
Press menu key.
Press OK key.
Select ”SET UP”.
Press OK key.
Select ”BEEP=ON” or
”BEEP=OFF”.
Press OK key.
Press OK key.
Press menu key or select
another menu item.
5.2 Setting the ringer
The melody and the volume of the ringer for incoming calls can be
changed individually.
10 melodies and 8 volume settings are available.
For example, a single tone sounds when the volume is set at level ”01”, in
order to avoid any disturbance during a meeting.
The following settings are set on delivery: volume: 05 melody: 02.
Press menu key.
Press OK key.
Select ”VOLUME/MELODY”.
Press OK key.
Select ”VOLUME” or
”MELODY”.
Press OK key.
Adjusting the volume:
8 levels: 00 - ringer off / 01 - short click / 02…07 - volume
Adjusting the melody: 10 melodies: 01…10.
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5
Settings / programming
Press OK key.
Press menu key.
5.3 Increasing the handset volume
The standard preset volume of the handset can be increased.
The display reads ”volume high” or ”volume standard” for three seconds
after the changeover.
Press menu key.
Press hash key.
5.4 Resetting the handset volume to the standard volume
Press menu key.
Press hash key.
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Operating several handsets/several base stations
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6.1 Measuring the field strength
It is possible to measure the field strength, thus making it easier to select
a (different) location.
The connection quality to the (up to three) most powerful base stations is
displayed (if available).
Press Menu key.
Press numerical key ”5”.
The three most powerful base stations (if available) are indicated on the
upper line. Their field strength is stated on the bottom line. An insufficient
field strength is indicated by two zeros. This function is quit by pressing
the menu key.
6.2 Selecting a base station
The handset can be logged into up to four base stations (A,B,C,D).
Your handset can thus be used in different places.
If you have changed your location, select the appropriate base station or
let the system select the most favourable base for you with the aid of
the ”AUTO” function.
Please bear in mind that the handset can only make an ”automatic” selection between bases into which it was logged beforehand. The base
with the most powerful signal at the present moment is selected.
Press menu key.
Press OK key.
Select ”SET UP” with the arrow
keys.
Press OK key.
Select
”NEW BASE”.
Press OK key.
Select desired base
(e.g.: A, B ...) or
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Operating several handsets/base stations
Select ”AUTO”.
Press OK key.
Select further menu item or quit
the menu by pressing the menu
key.
6.3 Logging a handset into a base station
In order to make a call with the handset, it has to be logged into a base
station. Necessary data is retrieved from the base station during the log-in
procedure. In order to log the handset into a base or a base system, it is
necessary to carry out a certain programming procedure both on the
handset and also to prepare the base/base system for the log-in procedure.
1. Commence log-in on the handset:
Press menu key.
Press OK key.
Select ”SET UP” with the arrow
keys.
Press OK key.
Select ”NEW BASE” with the
arrow keys.
Press OK key.
Select desired base
(e.g.: A, B ...). Do not select
”AUTO”!
Press OK key.
Select ”LOG IN” in
”SET UP”.
Press OK key.
Enter current PIN (dispatch state:0
0 0 0).
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Operating several handsets/base stations
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2. Necessary preparation of the base:
Disconnect the base station from the mains for a short while. After having
been plugged in again, the base station is then ready to carry out the login procedure for a new handset for the duration of 30 seconds.
3. Continue log-in procedure on the handset:
Now press the OK key. The login procedure can take a few
seconds.
Enter one of the displayed free
numbers as an (internal) phone
number for the new handset.
Terminate the log-in procedure by
pressing the OK key.
6.4 Logging in an additional handset (Multilink)
Up to 8 handsets can be logged into a base station. Outgoing calls can
be made from all handsets. Incoming calls, however, are signalled and can
be answered by the first four handsets (-1-, -2-, -3- and -4-) only.
The log-in of a new handset is carried out from this very handset (refer to
chapter 6.3).
If handsets from other manufacturers are to be logged in,
please refer to their operating instructions.
6.5 Logging off a handset (Multilink)
A handset can be logged off from any of the handsets that are currently
logged in. However, this handset cannot log itself off.
The handset is in standby
mode:
Press menu key.
Press OK key.
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Operating several handsets/base stations
Select ”SYSTEM”.
Press OK key.
Select ”LOG OUT”.
Press OK key.
Enter current PIN:
Display of the logged-in handsets.
Enter the (internal) number of the
handset which is to be logged off.
Press OK key and Menu key.
6.6 Consultation hold/extending calls to another handset (Multilink)
During an internal or external call:
Press INT key.
Enter the number of the desired handset.
Terminate consultation hold
Press INT key or R key.
or
Transfer the call:
Press ON/OFF key.
Notes
An incoming external call during an internal connection is signalled to
these handsets by a ”Camp-on (call waiting) tone”. ”Free” handsets ring
in a normal way. The subscribers making the internal call have to terminate their conversation (ON/OFF) to be able to take the external call and
must await the external call ring. The external call can then be taken by
pressing the ON/OFF key.
A consultation hold to a further external line is not possible.
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Operation via a telephone system
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7.1 Setting the signalling method and the dial pauses
The signalling method, the flash time of the ”R” signal key *) and the dial
pause can be set as required. For further details, please refer to the
„Overview of the menu items“. Pulse dialling or the quicker dual tone
multi-frequency signalling (DTMF) can be used. For use on a PABX select
the menu item PUBLIC/PABX (PUBLIC is preset).
The handset is in standby mode:
Press menu key.
Press OK key.
Select ”SYSTEM”.
Press OK key.
Select ”MODE”.
Press OK key.
Select the desired setting from the menu.
(Long flash
Short flash
= 510 ms
= 90 ms)
Press OK key.
)
(
Select further settings.
or:
Terminate the procedure by pressing the menu key.
The handset returns to standby mode.
*) AUS version only
7.2 Extending a call / consultation hold within a telephone system
During a call:
Press the signal key. Dial the number of the desired extension.
Extending:
Announce the call and press the ”ON/OFF” key when the other extension
has answered; the call has then been transferred.
Terminating consultation hold
Press the signal key. You are then reconnected to the first caller.
Note
Only possible when ”DTMF” is set.
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8
Using other makes of handsets
8.1 General information
As the Pico system is a GAP-compliant unit, handsets from other manufacturers can be operated on the Pico base (provided they too are GAPcompliant).
If the handset in question has an INT key and if you have access to the
service menu, then it is even possible to operate the system settings of
the Pico base (e.g. changeover of the signalling method etc.).
If this is the case, then proceed as follows:
• Use your handset to dial into the system menu (refer to the operating
instructions for your handset).
• Either ”##” or ”--” will now appear on the handset display (depending
on the type of display).
You can now select one of the available functions from the following list:
Changing the base PIN
• 97
enter current PIN
enter new PIN twice
Setting signalling method
• 20
pulse dialling
or
GB and AUS :
90 ms DTMF flash key
NZ :
510 ms DTMF flash key
AUS only:
510 ms DTMF flash key
• 22
• 23
Logging off handset
• 40
enter current PIN
enter the internal
number of the handset
Setting dial pauses
• 24
dial pause (approx. 3 sec.)
after the first digit
or
delete dial pause
and
enter current PIN
• 25
The procedure is terminated by pressing the INT key and interrupting
the connection (replacing the handset).
Pictograms
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Pictograms in the display
8 different pictograms help you to operate the phone.
Availability display - logged in and within the range of private base
stations.
Activated when microphone is switched off (mute).
key to select a number redial phone
when pressing the
number during dial preparation (History function).
Deactivated: during retrieval of a telephone number, termination or abortion of a procedure.
Activated:
key to select/program a speed dialwhen pressing the
ling number.
Deactivated: during retrieval of a phone number, termination or abortion
of a procedure.
Activated:
Activated when the handset lock is switched on against unauthorized use.
Activated when DTMF signalling is set - this pictogram is controlled by the
base!
Activated when the volume is set to HIGH (loud).
Activated when the keyboard lock is switched on.
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Cleaning and care/technical data
Cleaning and care
Simply wipe the plastic parts with a slightly moistened cloth or an antistatic cloth; do not use a dry cloth and avoid using cleaning or scouring
agents.
Technical data
Standard:
Transmit / receive frequency:
Range:
DECT GAP
1880 - 1900 MHz
up to 300 m
(up to 50 m in buildings)
Power supply:
Base station 240 V≈ / 50 Hz, 11 VA
(plug-in power supply unit)
Operating time
(with fully charged batteries
2x700 mAh):
in stand-by: up to 40 hrs (typ.)
making a call: up to 4 hrs (typ.)
Recommended ambient
conditions:
+15° C - +35° C / 20% -75% rel.
air humidity
Signalling method:
Pulse dialling / DTMF;
Flash key,
GB: 90 ms
NZ: 510 ms
AUS: 90 / 510 ms
Dimensions:
WxHxD = 86 x 50 x 178 mm
WxHxD = 53 x 150 x 24 or 28 mm
Base station
Handset
(Depth depends on the battery cover used)
Weight:
Base station
Handset
Length of the connecting cable:
Connector plug: Telephone line
Mains cable
Storage temperature:
300 g
160 g
2 m mains cable for base station
3 m telephone connecting cable
national plug,
western plugs on the device
plug-in power supply unit with
national plug
western plugs on the device
0° C - +55° C
Faults and remedies
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Faults and remedies
● No function
● The battery state is not displayed
● No outgoing dialling possible
● No dialling tone
● Signal key does not operate
correctly
● No signalling during dual tone
multi-frequency signalling (DTMF)
➟ Battery empty ➜ charge battery
make sure that the batteries are
seated correctly/the contacts
are clean.
(refer to 1.4)
➟ Log in the handset.
(refer to 6.2 and 6.3)
➟ The batteries have been replaced (display only after 60% of
the capacity has been attained)
➜ charge battery
(refer to 1.3)
➟ wrong signalling method set
(refer to 7.1)
➟ Connecting cable not plugged
in correctly/telephone and
mains terminals mixed up
(refer to 1.2)
➟ The signal key does not have a
function in the system used
➟ The extension or local exchange
does not support dual tone
multi-frequency signalling
(refer to 7.1)
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Index
Accessories.........................................3
Approval ............................................35
Arrow keys ..........................................8
Basic settings .....................................6
Batteries ...........................................5-6
Battery handling.................................5
Call duration ....................................13
Call duration display .......................23
Camp-on tone ....................................7
Care.....................................................34
CE label..............................................35
Changing the PIN ...........................22
Characters ...........................................9
Charging batteries.............................5
Cleaning.............................................34
Confirmation tones ............................7
Connection ..........................................4
Consultation hold.............................31
Consultation hold/extending .......30
DECT standard...................................3
Delivery state ......................................6
Dial pauses........................................31
Dial preparation................................12
Displays ..............................................11
Emergency phone number.....17, 20
En-bloc dialling.................................13
Encryption............................................3
Extending a call ................................31
External call .......................................13
Faults and remedies .......................39
GAP standard, ....................................3
Handset lock..............................22-23
Handset volume...............................26
Hearing aids........................................3
History function................................15
Internal call........................................14
Key click ............................................25
Keypad .................................................7
Keyboard lock...................................21
Logging a handset into a
base station....................................28
Log-in.................................................28
Logging in an additional
handset (Multilink).......................29
Logging off........................................29
Logging off the handset................29
Making an emergency call...........20
Measuring the field strength........27
Menu items – base station ...........37
Menu items – handset...................36
Menu key.............................................8
Multilink ............................................29
Muting ..............................................20
Names ..................................................9
Number redial ............................12, 15
OK key..................................................8
Operating overview...........................7
Overview ............................front cover
Overview of the menu items –
base station ....................................41
Overview of the menu items –
handset............................................40
Pictograms........................................33
PIN..................................................3, 24
Power failure .......................................3
Ready-to-dial mode........................11
Replacing batteries .........................15
Ringer ................................................25
Ringer signals .....................................7
Selecting a base station................28
Selecting the location .......................4
Service................................................40
Signalling method ............................31
SOS number...............................17, 20
Speed dialling ...................................19
Standby mode ..................................11
Stop key ...............................................8
Switching off the handset..............21
Switching on ....................................13
Taking a call ......................................14
Technical data...................................34
Temporary changing over
of the signalling method .............23
Temporary switching off.................21
Terminating a call .............................14
Texts ......................................................9
Time-Out ..............................................7
CE-sign
Approval and
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The product complies with the basic requirements of all respective directives
of the European Union Council. The specified conformity assessment procedures were performed.
CE 0188 X for the portable part
The portable part meets the requirements of the following EU directives:
CTR 6 (97/523/EG) (Edition II)
CTR 10 (97/524/EG) (Edition II)
CTR 22 (97/525/EG) (Edition I)
EN 50081-1 (01/92)
EN 50082-1 (01/92)
ETS 300 329 (06/97)
EN 60950-A4 (07/96)
EN 41003 (03/93)
CE and BABT certificates for the fixed part
The fixed part meets the requirements of the following EU directives:
CTR 6 (97/523/EG) [Edition II]
CTR 10 (97/524/EG) [Edition II]
CTR 22 (97/525/EG) [Edition I]
EN 50081-1 (01/92)
EN 50082-1 (01/92)
ETS 300 329 (06/97)
EN 60950-A4 (07/96)
EN 41003 (03/93)
Additional standards
GB:
British Standard PD 6568 / 92
British Standard PD 6569 - Part 1 / 92
NET 4 [ETS 300 001 - 08/92]
AUS:
Australian Technical Standard ACA TS 004 - 1997
Australian Technical Standard ACA TS 002 - 1997
NZ:
New Zealand Specification PTC 200 - 1996
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Safety information
This product may be used legally only in a country where the appropriate
authority has given its specific authorisation. This authorisation appears on the
label at the back of the base station.
Power requirements
This product requires an electrical supply of 240 volt / 50Hz, alternating
monophased current, excluding (IT) installations defined in the standard EN
60950.
Warning!
The electrical network is classified as excessive according to criteria in the
standard EN 41003.
The only way to power down this product is by unplugging the power cable
from the electrical outlet. Make sure the electrical outlet is located close to
the apparatus and is always easily accessible.
It is recommended that this telephone be used as a complement to another
telephone which does not require mains power.
Telephone connection:
The voltage on this network is classified as TNV (Telecommunication Network
Voltage) and the voltages presented on the RJ11-connection (Western-plug)
are classified TNV (Telecommunication Network Voltage) and SELV (Safety
Extra Low Voltage), as defined in the standard EN 41003
Safety precautions:
Do not allow the handset to come into contact with water. Do not open handset or the base station. This could expose you to high voltages. Contact our
after-sales service for all repairs.
• Do not allow the charging contacts or the battery to come into contact with
conductive materials such as keys, paper clips, rings, bracelets, etc. Use your
Battery Backup Power Supply Unit only according the „Instructions for
Use“.
Notice: The earpiece of this handset may retain dangerous objects.
Instructions for use of Battery Backup Power Supply Unit
(GB/AUS version only)
a) The HomeHandy Pìco is suitable for connection to the PSTN circuits in the
U.K.
b) The HomeHandy Pìco has a ringer equivalence number (REN) of 0. That
is you can connect the HomeHandy Pìco simultaneously to the line with all
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the apparatus you have connected before, provided that you have paid
attention to the rule that the sum of all RENs may not exceed four. Otherwise it is not guaranteed that all apparatus will ring correctly.
c) You can use the HomeHandy Pìco on PSTN lines with loop-disconnect or
multi-frequency dialling.
d) A call cannot be made with the HomeHandy Pìco during a mains failure
because the power supply to the base station is then interrupted.
In case of mains failure all functions of the HomeHandy Pìco will be preserved
for a minimum of 7 hours if the battery backup is installed. During the 7 hour
period you have the possibility of communication for at least 1 hour.
General
- Replace the batteries after a mains failure has occured
- Replace the batteries once a year
- Use 6 AA cells with 1,5 Ah
- Do not use rechargeable batteries
Installation of battery backup
- Place the batteries in the battery holder, paying attention to the polarity
- Plug the power supply into the battery backup
- Connect the base station
Replacement of batteries
- Disconnect the base station
- Unplug the power supply
- see installation of battery backup
Note: For best availability of emergency service (BT: 999 / AUS: 000) it is
recommended that you connect the HomeHandy Pìco together with another
telephone (that needs no external power source to provide the simple telephone functions) to the telephone network.
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Overview of menu items
Overview of menu items – handset
(
)
(only in the range
of the logged-in
base)
Overview of menu items
41
Overview of menu items - base station
*)
*)
*) AUS version only
01.182
Technical specifications subject to change
Hagenuk GmbH
Westring 431
D 24118 Kiel
Operating instructions for HomeHandy Pìco
Mat. No. 31
Edition 03.99
Service notification:
Please complete the form and send it
together with the defective device
Dear customer,
should your telephone develop a malfunction, we kindly ask you to check,
with the aid of the chapter “Faults and remedies” in the operating instructions,
whether there actually is a defect before sending in the device. Please also
make use of our technical hotline.
Hagenuk Customer Services (GB only) Tel.: 01733 310543
Other dealer and
customer services
(please put stamp here):
Sometimes it is possible to switch the device to a defined serviceable state by
removing the battery for a short time and disconnecting the mains plug.
Sender
Name: ………………………………
Device bought at
Store: ……………………………
Adress: ……………………………
Adress …………………………
……………………………………
…………………………………
Telephone: …………………………
Purchase date: …………………
Please characterise and describe the fault below using your own words (also on the
reverse side if necessary). This helps us to reduce the repair time. Please make a note
of the “S Nr....” on the underside of the base station for any queries which should arise.
❏ Connection setup handset /
base station OK, no trunk tone audible
❏ No connection setup (handset beeps /
antenna symbol flashes)
Acoustics
❏ Listening
distance
❏ Speaking
distance
Display
❏
❏
❏
❏
Dead
Too quiet
Too loud
Noise /
Interference
❏ Missing
characters
❏ Wrong
characters
❏ No display
Tone ringing handset
❏ Without function
❏ Too quiet
❏ Too loud
Incorrect
dialling
❏
Defective ❏
battery
charging
❏ Miscellaneous (please describe the fault as exactly as possible):
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