Multipoint Bluetooth Mono Headset
CRC#: 5278691
Multipoint Bluetooth
Mono Headset
Instruction Manual
4. Charging Your Bluetooth Headset
The Bluetooth Headset comes with a built-in rechargeable battery.
Prior to using the headset, it is recommended to charge the battery fully for
the first time. Normal full charge time is 2 hrs. (approx.)
IMPORTANT:
(1) Charging indication will be delayed for a few minutes if the headset has
not been used for a long period time or the battery is drained.
(2) To prolong durability of battery, it is recommended to charge the
headset whenever a low battery signal is encountered.
When battery becomes low, the LED will flash red every 3 seconds.
Under a low battery condition, if headset is continuously used, it will
decrease the durability of battery as well as the standby time.
This causes a longer charge time than the normal 2 hours and the
headset will power off.
(3) The red LED will flash on while charging, and will turn off when
charging is completed.
5. Turning ON/OFF the Headset
POWER ON:
When the headset is under off mode, press and hold the “MFB” for 3 seconds until
you hear a short beep. The red LED will flash 3 times, and then the headset
will automatically connect the last connected mobile phone.
POWER OFF:
When headset is in standby mode, press and hold the “MFB” button for
3 seconds until you hear a short beep. The red LED will flash 3 times before
power off.
6. Pairing
Before using this product, read this manual carefully and retain it
for future reference.
1. About Bluetooth Technology
Bluetooth wireless technology is set to revolutionize the personal
connectivity by providing freedom from wired connections-enabling
links and connectivity between notebook/laptop, mobile phones,
portable handheld devices and other Bluetooth enabled devices
within10 meters. Utilizing global sound & digital data 2.4GHz ISM
transmission, it makes global communication in the way you’ve never
dreamed of!
2. Getting to Know Your Bluetooth Headset
To use your Bluetooth Headset, please follow these simple steps:
(1) Charge your Headset. Prior to using the Headset, it is
recommended to charge the battery fully for the first time. Normal
full charge time is 2 hrs. (approx.)
(2) Place your Headset and a Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone
within 1 meter for pairing.
(3) Ensure your Headset and mobile phone is placed within 10
meters Bluetooth sensing distance.
(Obstruction could cause shorter sensing distance.)
3. Appearance and Function
(1) Speaker
(2) Microphone
(3) Charging Socket
(4) Multi-Function Button (MFB)
(5) Volume Increase (V+)
(6) Volume Decrease (V-)
Prior to using the headset for the first time, you must pair it with a Bluetoothenabled mobile phone. The steps below describe pairing instructions for a
typical Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone.
(1) Place the headset and mobile phone no more than 1 meter apart.
(2) Ensure the headset is in OFF mode.
(3) Press and hold the “MFB” button for 6 seconds until the red LED flashes
on. It is now ready for pairing.
(4) Activate the Bluetooth function on your mobile phone.
(Refer to your mobile phone owner’s manual).
(5) Select : ”BT Headset” from the list.
(6) Enter the pre-programmed code “0000” and press “OK” to pair the
headset and the phone. When pairing is completed, the headset is now
in standby mode with the red LED flashing every 3 seconds.
11. Low Voltage Protection of Battery
(6)
When the voltage of the battery is decreased to 3.3 V, the red LED will flash
every 3 seconds, and the headset will be powered off automatically when the
voltage is less than 3.0 V.
LAST NUMBER RE-DIALING
In standby mode, press the “MFB” button twice for last number redial.
ADJ USTING THE VOLUME
During a call, press the “V+” or “V-” buttons repeatedly until you reach
the desired volume level.
(7) MUTE & UN-MUTE
a.
Mute: During a call, press and hold the “V-” button for 3 seconds
to mute the headset. The red LED will flash on during mute mode.
Un-Mute: press and hold the “V-” button 3 seconds to un-mute
b.
the headset.
(8) TRAN SFERRING CALL S
a.
Headset to Mobile Phone: During a call, press and hold the “V+”
button for 3 seconds. The call is routed to your mobile phone.
b.
Mobile Phone to Headset: Press and hold the “V+” button for
3 seconds to route the call to the headset.
(9) HOLD THE CALL
During a call, press the “MFB” button twice to hold the phone call.
Press “MFB” button twice again to resume conversation.
(10) Answer the Second Call
a.
When receiving a second call, press “MFB” button twice to hold
the first call on line and answer the second call.
b.
When receiving a second call, press “MFB” button once to end the
first call and answer the second call.
(11) Reject the Second Call
When receiving a second call, press and hold the “MFB” button for
2 seconds to reject the second call.
(12) Switch Between 2 Phone Calls
a.
When having 2 calls on the line, press “MFB” button twice to
switch between these 2 phone calls.
b.
When having 2 calls on the line, press “MFB” button once to end
the first call and stay with the second call.
10.
(1)
MultiPoint Feature
Activate Multipoint Connection
The default setting of headset’s multipoint function is on.
Please activate the multipoint function for connecting with 2 mobile
phones in the same time.
a.
MULTIPOINT ON: In standby mode, press and hold “V+” button
for 6 seconds until you hear a beep. After turning on the
multipoint function, the headset will automatically connect to
the last 2 mobile phones that have been paired before.
(7)
7.
Press “Return” to go back to your mobile phone’s main menu.
Place the mobile phone and headset within 10 meters for
recommended sensing distance.
NOTE : If the pairing is not completed within 2 minutes after pairing
mode is activated, the headset will power off automatically.
You will have to repair the headset using the steps above.
Connection/Link between Headset and Mobile Phone
After pairing is completed, headset will remain in standby mode. Before
placeing or answering a call, if the headset icon is not shown on phone
screen, follow the steps below to activate the Bluetooth connection/link
through the mobile phone or headset until the headset icon is on the screen.
(1) ON PHONE :
Select the ”BT Headset” from the paired list on your phone screen.
(2) ON HEA DSET:
Press “MFB” and select “Accept” on phone screen to form the
connection.
8.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
b.
(2)
(3)
Disconnection between Headset and Mobile Phone
When you need to connect your headset with another Bluetooth-enabled
mobile phone. Follow the steps below to disconnect the headset from the
the pre-paired mobile phone.
(1) Power off the headset.
(2) Select “Disconnect” on the Bluetooth device list of your mobile phone
to remove the connection.
NOTE : When losing the connection/link, the headset will automatically
turn off in 10 minutes. The red LED will flash twice every 3 seconds
when the headset is not connected to mobile phone.
ANSWERING CALL
When receiving a phone call, press the “MFB” button to answer the call.
ENDING CALL
Press the “MFB” button to end a call.
REJECT CALL
When you hear the ringing tone, press and hold the “MFB” button for
3 seconds to reject the call.
VOICE DIAL
If your mobile phone is voice dialing enabled, in standby mode, press
the “MFB” button and say the voice tag after you hear a beep.
NOTE : Please make sure to record voice tag into the mobile phone
before using voice dial function. Functionality varies depending on the
mobile phone models. (Refer to your mobile phone owner’s manual.)
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12. Restore to Default Setting
Follow the steps below to reset the headset to its original setting and
remove all previous pairings and connections.
(1). Ensure the headset is under standby mode.
(2). Press and hold both of “V+” and “V-” buttons for 10 seconds until
the red LED flashes 5 times, then the headset will resume in
standby mode. The headset is now back to its original setting.
After powering on the headset again, it will enter pairing mode
automatically.
NOTE S:
If the headset is connected with a mobile phone before restoring to original
default setting, it will enter pairing mode automatically after restored to default.
If the headset is not connected to the mobile phone before restoring to original
default setting, it will be in standby mode after restored to default setting.
13. LED Indication
Headset Status
Power Off Mode
Power On
Power Off
Standby Mode
Standby-Low Voltage
Talk in progress
Mute
Pairing in progress
Standby
(Disconnect Bluetooth device)
Charging in progress
Charging completed
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9. Using the Headset
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(5)
(4)
MULTIPOINT OFF: In standby mode, press and hold “V-” button
for 6 seconds until you hear a beep. The headset will turn off
the multipoint function and power off automatically. When
powering on the headset again, it will only connect to the last
connected Bluetooth device.
Multipoint Pairing
a.
FIR ST MOBILE PHONE : Pair the headset with one of the
Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones.
b.
SECON D MOBILE PHONE : Power off the headset. Press and
hold the “MFB” button for 6 seconds to enter pairing mode again
to pair and connect with the second mobile phone.
c.
Connect with the first paired mobile phone to the headset.
Multipoint Connection/Link with 2 Mobile Phones
After the multipoint function is activated, please follow the steps below
to connect with 2 Bluetooth enabled mobile phones at the same time.
a.
When power is on the headset, it will automatically search and
connect the last 2 mobile phones that have been connected before.
b.
In standby mode, press and hold “V+” button for 6 seconds until
you hear a beep, then the headset will automatically connect the
last 2 mobile phones that have been connected before.
LED Indication
Red LED Off
Red LED flashes 3 times rapidly
Red LED flashes 3 times rapidly
Red LED flashes once every 3 seconds
Red LED flashes once every 0.5 seconds
Red LED flashes once every 6 seconds
Red LED steady on
Red LED steady on
Red LED flashes twice every 3 seconds
Red LED steady on
Red LED off
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14. Product Specifications
Bluetooth Compliance:
Operating Frequency Band:
Output Power:
Support Profiles:
Support Multiple Paired Device:
Stand-by Time:
Talk Time:
Battery Charging Time:
Charger Voltage:
Battery:
Bluetooth V2.1 + EDR
2.4 GHz ~ 2.48 GHz unlicensed ISM band
Class 2, up to 10 meters
HSP and HFP1.5 profiles
Memorize paired data of 8 Bluetooth phones
(Only 2 connections at any time)
Up to 200 hours
Up to 8 hours
About 2 hours
DC5.0V, 300mA
85 mAH, (Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery)
Using the Secondary Mobile Phone through Headset
When connected with 2 Bluetooth mobile phones, the first connected
one is primary phone that can use “MFB” button for voice dial and redial.
The second connected phone is the secondary phone that will use “V+”
button for voice dialing and redialing.
a.
VOICE DIAL : Press “V+” button once to activate the secondary
phone’s voice dialing function.
b.
RE-DIALING : Press “V+” button twice to redial the last outgoing
number of secondary phone.
NOTE :
1.
When the headset is in Multipoint off mode and connected with only one
mobile phone, it can also enter voice dial function by pressing the “V+”
button once, or make last outgoing number re-dialing by pressing “V+”
button twice.
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Printed in China
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Please also inform the grantee, that the regulatory text as shown in the manual
provided, is not good.
The correct content must be as given below.
It is important that they correct this before placing the product on the US and
Canadian market.
FCC Information:
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and 2. This device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
Digital Device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to this equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the radio or television off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct interference by one or more of the
following measures:
‐ Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
‐ Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
‐ Connect the equipment into an outlet on another circuit.
‐ Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
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