MDW 9030P Wireless
MDW 9030P Wireless
Pocketphone Quick Reference
503-801-161
Comcode 107993149
Issue 2
March 1997
MDW 9030P Wireless
Pocketphone Quick Reference
Handset Controls
Headset On/Off
Receiver
Press to turn the headset on
if the headset is plugged in.
ON appears in handset
display. To turn off, press
again. Turn on to make or
answer a call, and turn off to
“hang up.”
Receives the sound
of your caller's voice,
unless a headset is
connected.
Antenna
Extend fully to
maximize the handset
range and voice
quality.
Lanyard Loop
Attach lanyard for
carrying handset.
Handset Display
Displays status of
lines and range. Also
see “Handset
Display” on next
page.
Volume Control
Press "+" to increase
or "-" to decrease
volume of receiver or
alerter.
212
MSG
On/Off
Press to turn the
handset on. ON
appears in handset
display. To turn off,
press again. Turn on to
make or answer a call,
and turn off to “hang
up.”
555 1212
ON
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
A
B
C
D
Column
Use, with Select
button, to choose a
line or programmable/
intercom/drop button.
Redial
On/Off
Press to use dial-code
features (PARTNER ®
systems only) or to
enter programming
mode.
Mute
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
Conf
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
Trans
7PQRS
8 TUV
9 WXYZ
Feat/P
Feat/P
(Feature/Program)
Redial
Hold
0OPER
TransTalk
Conf (Conference)
Press to conference
in (add) another
party to your call.
Press to dial again
the last number
manually dialed from
the handset.
Select
Use to move the
Selection rectangle,
and, with Column
buttons, to choose a
line or programmable/
intercom/drop button.
Also use to wake-up
the phone.
Mute
Press to turn the microphone off for privacy .
Trans (Transfer)
Press to transfer
a call to another
extension.
Hold
Headset Connector
Press to put a call on
hold.
Plug in the headset cord
to use the headset.
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Handset Display
3
4
5
6
1
MSG RANGE ON
2
MUTE
9
8
1
2
7
Information you would see on a wired system phone's display,
(except time), based on your communications system:
LCL:P, D, M1, or M2= Local Mode:communications system
WIRELESS TEST=Handset in Wireless Test Mode
VIBR=Vibrator enabled
PSEL=Line Preselection enabled
PRESELECTION:ON / OFF=Line Preselection Mode:status
CHANGE BUTTN MAP=Communications system setting is wrong
MAP:P, D, M1, M2=Button Mapping Mode: setting
NO LINK=Handset is not communicating with radio module
MSG indicates that you have a message.
3
RANGE indicates that the handset is out of range or almost out of
range. Handset also beeps.
4
ON indicates that handset was turned on by pressing O.
5
Battery icon flashes to indicate a low battery condition. Handset
also emits 2 beeps.
6
No Ring icon indicates that the alerter is disabled.
7
MUTE indicates that handset microphone was turned off by
pressing M.
8
Line Status Indicators show the status of line or programmable/
intercom/drop buttons. See "Line Status Indicators" below.
9
Selection rectangle indicates the active row for line or programmable/intercom/drop button selection.
When the display is blank, the handset is either turned off or in "sleep"
mode. Activate the display by pressing O or ".
Line Status Indicators
Each line status indicator corresponds to a specific outside line or
programmable/intercom/drop button:
PARTNER Systems
A triangle (
) is the equivalent of a green LED on a wired phone.
A rectangle (
) is the equivalent of a red LED on a wired phone.
All Other Systems
A triangle (
) is the equivalent of a red LED on a wired phone.
A rectangle (
) is the equivalent of a green LED on a wired phone.
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Volume Adjustment
To increase or decrease the volume of the handset alerter or the
receiver (earpiece):
■ Alerter: Press the "+" or the "–" button while the MDW 9030P
is awake but turned off. If the display is dark (the phone is in
"sleep" mode), press " to wake it up, then press the "+" or
the "–" button.
■ Receiver: Press the "+" or the "–" button while the MDW
9030P is turned on.
Battery Charger LEDs
The color of the battery charger's LEDs indicates the state of the
corresponding battery pack, as shown in the following table:
If it is the
REFRESH LED,
If it is the
the Refresh button
HANDSET LED,
was pressed, and
the battery pack in the Handset
the Handset...
battery pack...
If it is the SPARE
LED, the battery
Battery
pack in the Spare
charger
battery
LED shows... compartment...
Steady
orange
Is charging
Is charging
Steady green Is fully charged
Flashing red
* See note.
Steady red
Is fully charged
Has one of the
Has one of the
following problems: following problems:
• Is not seated
properly in the
charger
• Is not seated
properly in the
charger
• Has dirty
contacts
• Has dirty
contacts
• Is defective
• Is defective
Is in the Discharge
portion of the
Refresh cycle.
Is in the Discharge
portion of the
Refresh cycle.
N/A
N/A
N/A
Is in the Discharge
portion of the
Refresh cycle.
*Note: If either the SPARE LED or the HANDSET LED is flashing red, both
battery packs must be removed from the charger to clear the flashing-red
condition. Address the possible problems for one battery pack at a time to
determine whether one is bad.
Help!
If you need help when using your MDW 9030P with a PARTNER,
MERLIN®, or MERLIN LEGEND® system in the continental U.S.,
call 1 800 628-2888. For all other systems, follow the procedure
you normally use to get support for your communications
system. Outside the continental U.S., contact your Lucent
Technologies Representative or local Authorized Dealer.
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Making a Call
1. Press O.
2. If desired, press " to move the Selection rectangle; then press '
corresponding to the line you want.
3. Dial the call.
4. To end the call, press O.
Answering a Call
1. Press O.
2. Speak into the handset.
3. To end the call, press O.
Preselecting a Line or Button
Once Line Preselection is enabled, proceed as follows:
1. If the display is blank, press ".
2. If necessary, press " to move the Selection rectangle.
3. Press ' corresponding to the line or button you want.
4. Press O to access the line or button.
Changing Settings or Performing Tests
in Local Mode
1.
2.
3.
4.
Make sure the handset is turned off.
Press and hold " for 3 seconds.
While still holding ", press O.
Press one of the following:
A (2) to enable or disable the alerter.
P (7) for 3 seconds, then " to enable or disable Line Preselection.
V (8) to enable or disable the vibrator.
W (9) to enter Wireless Test Mode, then
1 for signal strength
2 for voice quality
3 for matching radio module and slot number
# to enter Local Test Mode.
5. Press O to exit.
!
CAUTION:
The MDW 9030P handset is a radio device and, like all radio
devices, should not be placed next to a pacemaker. See
"Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Operation" in MDW 9030P
Wireless Pocketphone Installation and Use for more information.
PARTNER, MERLIN, and MERLIN LEGEND are registered trademarks of
Lucent Technologies.
Lucent Technologies 503-801-161
Comcode 107993149
Issue 2, March 1997
Copyright © 1997 Lucent Technologies
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