DC731 Cordless Telephone Operating Manual

DC731 Cordless Telephone Operating Manual
Package contents
DC731 Cordless Telephone
On the rear side:
- 1 handset
- 3 rechargeable batteries
- 1 base station
- 1 power adapter plug
Operating elements
Please read and observe the following
information and keep the operating
manual nearby for future reference!
Safety information
Intended use
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Operating Manual
• Risk of explosion!
Æ Only use the power adapter plug supplied!
Æ Only use the batteries supplied or ones of the same type!
Æ Always treat batteries with due care and attention and only
use them as described.
Æ Connect the telephone cable to the telephone line socket .
Æ Connect the telephone cable to the telephone line wall socket.
• Batteries represent a hazard to health and the environment!
Æ Never open, damage or swallow batteries or allow them to
pollute the environment. They could contain toxic and
ecologically harmful heavy metals.
Inserting the batteries
• Risk of hearing damage!
Æ Avoid listening at full amplified volume.
• Risk of property damage.
Æ Prevent exposure to environmental influences, e.g. smoke,
dust, vibration, chemicals, moisture, heat and direct sunlight.
Æ Only allow repairs to be completed by qualified personnel.
Connecting the power adapter plug
Æ Connect the cable of the power adapter plug to the base station.
Æ Connect the power adapter plug to the mains power outlet.
• The batteries or phone could be damaged.
Æ Pay attention that the batteries are inserted correctly.
Switch the phone off before removing the battery compartment
cover. Only switch it on again when the battery compartment cover
has been replaced.
Insert the batteries according to the diagram.
Setting the language
/ Redial [Select the phone number]
During a call:
Æ Menu ­­HSSettings­­ Language
Æ [Select the language]
Æ CallMuted
Setting the time and date
Creating a new phone book entry
Charging the batteries
Æ Observe the safety instructions provided at the beginning
of this manual.
Charge the batteries for at least 12 hours when charging for
the first time and ensure they are subsequently discharged
and charged fully. This aids a long service life of the batteries.
Æ Place the handset back in the base station.
Display and notation of operating sequences
Press the key depicted
Press the key depicted for 2 seconds
Move to the menu option with the Navigation keys
to mark it and confirm selection with the
left-hand softkey.
Sequence for correct entry
Enter digits or letters
Texts in brackets give instructions to select
something or make an entry.
­­Phonebook­­Text in the display (example)
Softkey function in the display (example)
Icon in the display (example)
2 sec.
Æ Menu ­­Phonebook­­ New
Æ  [Enter the name] Next
Æ  [Enter the phone number] Next
Æ [Select a melody]
Deleting a phone book entry
Æ Menu ­­Phonebook­­ Delete
Æ [Select the entry] OK [Confirm the prompt]
Editing a phone book entry
Æ Menu ­­Phonebook­­ Edit
Æ [Select the entry]
Æ  [Enter the name] Next
Æ  [Enter the phone number] Next
Æ [Select a melody]
Entering text
The keys on the keypad are also labelled with letters for the entry
of text.
Æ Menu ­­HSSettings­­ Date&Time
Æ SetDate  [Enter the date] Save
Æ SetTime  [Enter the time] Save
Setting the display format for time and date
Æ Menu ­­HSSettings­­ Date&Time
Æ DateFormat / TimeFormat [Select the format]
Restoring the factory settings
You require the PIN in order to restore the default settings. On
leaving the factory, the PIN was 0000.
You can restore the default settings on the base station and hand­
set separately.
Æ Menu ­­BSSettings­­ / ­­HSSettings­­ HSReset
Æ  [Enter the PIN] Reset
Changing the PIN code
Æ Menu ­­Phonebook­­ DeleteAll OK [Confirm
the prompt]
Æ Menu ­­BSSettings­­ ModifyPIN
Æ  [Enter the old PIN] Next
Æ  [Enter the new PIN] Next
Æ  [Confirm the new PIN] Save
Displaying the phone book memory status
Setting the alarm clock
Æ Menu ­­Phonebook­­ PBStatus
Æ Menu ­­HSSettings­­ Alarm On / Off
Æ  [Enter the time for the alarm] Next
Æ SnoozeOn / SnoozeOff Save
Deleting all phone book entries
Call list
Open the call list
Dialling from the call list
Signal strength of the communication connection
Battery charge status
Key is locked against use
Vibration is switched on
Alarm clock is switched on
Missed call
New mailbox message received (condition: your
network provider supports this function)
Handset has been raised and the line is free
Handsfree function is activated
Starting up
• Risk of fatal injury with heart pacemakers!
Æ Always keep the phone a minimum safety distance of at
least 15 cm to heart pacemakers.
Æ Risk of suffocation through small objects, packaging and
protective foil!
Æ Keep children away from the product and its packaging!
Phone book
The telephone is suitable for telephoning within a public telephone
network system. Any other use is considered unintended use.
Unauthorised modification or reconstruction is not permitted. Under
no circumstances open the device or complete any repair work
Connecting the telephone line
Basic settings
Muting (microphone) off/on
- 1 instruction manual
1 Indicator lamp
2 Earpiece
One-touch dialling keys
4 Change handset volume during a call
5 Switch handset volume amplification on/off during a call
6 Display
Standby mode: redialling
When dialling a number: enter a dialling pause
Standby mode: press and hold to switch phone on/off
Phone is ringing: reject call
During call: end call
In menu: navigate / select menu option
Standby mode:
open call list,
open phone book
Standby mode: Press and hold to switch the signal lamp
11 Microphone
When entering digits: enter a 0
When entering text: enter a space and punctuation marks
Standby mode: switch vibration on/off
Standby mode: press and hold to switch key lock on/off
14 Digit keys 1-9
Dial phone number / take incoming call
During call: activate handsfree function
16 Connection socket for headset
Call another handset
18 Softkeys (function is indicated in the display above the respect­
ive key)
19 Change ringing volume of the handset
Press to issue an emergency call (SOS)
21 Telephone line socket
22 Power adapter plug connection socket
23 Paging key
[Select the entry]
Storing phone numbers from the call list in the phone
[Select the entry] More AddtoPB
Æ  [Enter the name] Next  [Edit the number] Next
Æ [Select a melody]
Deleting an entry / all entries from the call list
[Select the entry] More
Æ Delete / DeleteAll OK [Confirm the prompt]
Setting the display contrast
Æ Menu ­­HSSettings­­ LCDContrast
[Set the contrast] Save
Ringing tone settings
Setting the ringing tone for internal/external calls
Æ Menu ­­HSSettings­­ RingSetup
Æ INTRing / EXTRing [Select the ringing tone]
Switching the key tone and range warning signal on/off
Æ Menu ­­HSSettings­­ ToneSetup
Æ KeyTone / RangeAlarm
[Switch tone on/off]
Setting the loudspeaker and earpiece volume levels
Æ Menu ­­HSSettings­­ AudioSetup
Æ SpeakerV. / EarpieceV.
[Set the volume]
Entering spaces and punctuation marks
One-touch dialling keys
Setting the amplified call volume
Saving numbers for the one-touch dialling keys
Entering special characters
The one-touch dialling key numbers are stored in the phone book
and assigned to "M1" and "M2". If these entries are not already in
your phone book, save them for the one-touch dialling keys as
Æ Menu ­­HSSettings­­ Amplified
Æ Off / On
Deleting characters
Moving the cursor left or right
[Enter the respective phone number] Next
Æ [Select a melody]
Dialling using the one-touch dialling keys
Æ Delete
Dialling a phone number
Æ  [Enter the phone number]
Selecting a phone number from the phone book
[Open the phone book]
Æ [Select the phone book entry]
Editing/Deleting numbers assigned to one-touch dialling
To edit or delete the phone numbers assigned to the one-touch
dialling keys, proceed as for other phone book entries.
Automatic answering
Æ Menu ­­HSSettings­­ AutoAnswer Off /
Setting the dialling mode
Æ Menu ­­BSSettings­­ DialMode Tone /
Entering handset names
Æ Menu ­­HSSettings­­ HSName
Æ  [Enter the name] Save
Additional functions
Flash function
Your telephone supports supplementary services provided by
your telephone network provider, such as brokering, call wait­
ing and conference facilities. These supplementary services can be
used by implementing the Flash function (Flash). Please con­
tact your telephone network provider regarding which Flash time
must be set to use the supplementary services. Also contact your
telephone network provider with regard to enabling supplementary
Activating the Flash function
Æ Dial the contact
Æ Flash ÊFlash function is activated
Setting the Flash time
Æ Menu ­­BSSettings­­ FlashTime
Æ Flash­1 / Flash­2
ÊThe handsets registered on the base station ring.
SOS (emergency call) settings
You can assign a phone number to the
key which is called in
Handsfree mode as soon as an emergency call (SOS) is triggered.
Entering an SOS number
The SOS number is stored in the phone book under the entry
If no "SOS" entry is stored in the phone book yet, create an SOS
call number as follows:
Æ Other handset takes the call Ê You can converse with the other
Æ End the call to transfer the initial call to the person called or let
the person called end the call to resume the initial call.
Conference call
During a call:
Æ  [Enter the handset number] Ê Handset is called; initial call
is put on hold
Æ Other handset takes the call Ê You can converse with the other
Æ ÊThree-way conference is established
Technical properties
Technical data
- DECT (1.8 / 1.9 G); GAP
Frequency range
- 1.88 ~ 1.90 GHz
(W x H x D)
- Base station
140 x 130 x 62 mm
- Handset
185 x 55 x 32 mm
[Enter the SOS number] Next
Æ [Select a melody]
Power supply
- Base station: 7.3 V, 0.3 A
Handset batteries
- 3 x NiMH 1.2 V, 0.6 A Type AAA
Editing/Deleting the SOS number
Permissible operat­
ing temperatures
- 0 °C - 40 °C
Permissible relative
- 0% - 90%
To edit or delete the SOS number, proceed as in the case of other
phone book entries.
Triggering an SOS call
Registering/Deregistering handsets
Up to 5 handsets can be registered on the base station. A condition
for this is that the handsets to be registered comply with the GAP
standard. The PIN is required in order to register/deregister hand­
sets. On leaving the factory, the PIN was 0000
Registering a handset
Æ 5 sec.
on the base station Ê The base station enters
Registration mode.
Æ Menu ­­Registration­­
Æ [Select the base station] Ê The base station is searched for
and detected
Æ  [Enter the PIN] Select Ê The handset is registered
Deregistering a handset
Æ Menu ­­BSSettings­­ TerminateHS
Æ  [Enter the PIN] OK
Æ [Select the handset]
Selecting a base station
Æ Menu ­­HSSettings­­ SelectBase
Æ [Select a base station]
Additional telephone functions
As soon as several handsets are registered on the base station,
they can be used for internal calls, brokering, transferring calls and
three-way conference calls.
Internal calls
Æ  [Enter the handset number] Ê Handset is called
Transferring calls to another handset / Holding a call
During a call:
Æ  [Enter the handset number] Ê Handset is called; initial call
is put on hold
All Rights Reserved!
Power adapter plug
Your mobile phone is equipped with an energy-efficient power
adapter plug P12-075150 (input 100 ~ 240 VAC, output 7,5 VDC,
1,5 A). The zero load is approx. 0,3 W. The average efficiency is
approx. 70,4 %. The power consumption while charging the mobile
phone is approx. 1,71 W..
Clean the surface of the housing with a soft, fluff-free cloth.
Do not use any cleaning agents or solvents.
SWITEL equipment is produced and tested according to the latest
production methods. The implementation of carefully chosen
materials and highly developed technologies ensure trouble-free
functioning and a long service life. The terms of guarantee do not
apply when a device malfunction was caused by the mobile
telecommunications network operator/provider. The terms of
guarantee do not apply to the batteries or power packs used in the
products. The period of guarantee is 24 months from the date of
All deficiencies related to material or manufacturing errors within
the period of guarantee will be redressed free of charge. Rights to
claims under the terms of guarantee are annulled following
tampering by the purchaser or third parties. Damage caused as the
result of improper handling or operation, normal wear and tear,
incorrect positioning or storage, improper connection or installation
or Acts of God and other external influences are excluded from the
terms of guarantee. In the case of complaints, we reserve the right
to repair defective parts, replace them or replace the entire device.
Replaced parts or devices become our property. Rights to
compensation in the case of damage are excluded where there is
no evidence of intent or gross negligence by the manufacturer.
If your device shows signs of defect during the period of guarantee,
please return it to the sales outlet in which you purchased the
SWITEL device together with the purchase receipt. All claims under
the terms of guarantee in accordance with this agreement can only
be asserted at the sales outlet. No claims under the terms of
guarantee can be asserted after a period of two years from the
date of purchase and hand-over of the product.
In order to dispose of your device, take it to a collection
point provided by your local public waste authorities (e.g.
recycling centre). According to laws on the disposal of
electronic and electrical devices, owners are obliged to dispose of
old electronic and electrical devices in a separate waste
container. The adjacent symbol indicates that the device must not
be disposed of in normal domestic waste!
You are legally obliged to dispose of power packs and
batteries at the point-of-sale or in the corresponding
containers provided at collection points by the public waste
authorities. Disposal is free of charge. The symbols indicate
that the batteries must not be disposed of in normal
domestic waste and that they must be brought to collection
points provided by local public waste authorities.
Packaging materials must be disposed of according to local
Declaration of Conformity
This device fulfils the requirements stipulated in the EU
directive 1999/5/EC concerning radio equipment and
telecommunications terminal equipment and the mutual recognition
of their conformity. Conformity with the above mentioned directive
is confirmed by the CE mark on the device. To view the complete
Declaration of Conformity, please refer to the free download
available on our web site at www.switel.com.
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