User Manual

User Manual

User Manual

Contents

Introduction

Pager Features

Getting Started

Battery Information

Battery Installation and Removal

Button Definition

Pager On

Pager Off

Backlight

Main Menu Screen

Function Menus

Alert Mode

Quick Access to Vibrate Mode 10

Time and Date 11

Private Time

Alarm

Pager Control

Set Contrast

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Auto Scroll

Reminder Alert

Set Zoom

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Messages

Button Defintion for Mail Folder

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Button Definition for Personal and

Notebook Folders 20

Mail Folder (Information Service)

Mail Folder Function Menu

Personal Folder

Personal Folder Function Menu

Receiving Messages

Error & Priority Messages

Message Full Indication &

Duplicate Messages

Notebook Folder

Notebook Folder Function Menu

Maintenance

Care of your Pager

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Pager Features

The Bravo 800 offers a wide range of useful features.

- 4-Line, 20 English character screen

- Up to 40 Personal messages

- Up to 24 Maildrop addresses. Memory= 5 Messages per address

- 20 notebook slots for messages transferred from Personal or Maildrop

- 8 user selectable pleasing alerts

- Vibrate alert and Vibra-call

- Quick access to Vibrate mode

- 3 speed auto scrolling option

- Priority alert

- Private Time

- Backlit display for ease of reading in dark

- Message zoom in/out mode

- Unread message indication

- Alarm

Battery Information

This pager is designed to operate on one 'AA' size alkaline battery( Do not use carbon zinc batteries). If the display shows the battery level is low. Replace the battery as described on page 4. The correct time and any stored Messages will remain intact for up to one minute after removing the battery, if the pager is first turned off in accordance with the "Pager Off" procedure (Page 6).

WARNING - Use of a battery other than an Energizer E91 1.5V AA Alkaline

Battery may impair Intrinsic Safety.

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UNLOCK

Battery Installation and

Removal

- Ensure that the pager is off.

Otherwise settings and messages

may be lost! (See page 6 for instructions on how to turn your pager off).

- Place the pager face down in the palm of your hand

- Unlock the battery door lock by sliding it to the unlocked position.

- Push the battery door and slide it out as shown.

- Slide a new battery into the battery compartment.

- Ensure that the battery polarity is correct as indicated on the housing.

- To close the battery cover, slide the battery door back into position and lock it using the battery door lock

Button Definition

Backward

Button

Forward

Button

Up

Button

Down

Button

Read/On

Button

Function

Button

- Backward Button: navigate back

- Function Button: access the function menus

- Read/On Button: read messages/ hold to turn pager on

- Down Button: navigate down/ hold to quick access vibrate mode

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Pager ON

Press and hold for 2 seconds to turn on the pager.

Pager OFF

Press the button once from Main Menu screen to go to Function Menu screen, then press the button five times to select TURN OFF function.

Then press the button "TURN OFF?" is displayed. Press the button again to confirm turning your pager off, or the button to cancel.

WARNING! Pager must be turned OFF before removing the battery.

Otherwise messages and settings will be lost.

Backlight

Press and hold for 2 seconds to turn ON the backlight manually.

Press and hold for 2 seconds to turn OFF the backlight manually.

Main Menu Screen

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STATUS ICON

DISPLAY

Alarm Day/Date

Display

Private Time

Indicator

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Battery Level

Alert Status

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Notebook

Folder

Mail

Folder

Unread

Message/s

Unread Slot/s Personal

Indicator

Indicator Folder

The pager returns to the standby screen after the time out period. Time, date, battery level and Private Time are displayed in the standby screen.

Press any button to return to the Main Menu Screen.

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Function Menu

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SET ALERT

Current Function

Prompt

Set Alert

Set Time

Private Time

Turn Pager Off

Pager Control

Set Alarm

- Press to enter the Function Menu screen from the Main Menu screen.

- Press to enter the current selected function sub-menu.

- Press to cancel and return to the Main Menu.

Pager Tips

After 16 seconds of inactivity on any screen, the pager returns to the standby screen without saving changes.

Alert mode

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Melody Mode Icons

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8 pleasing alerts

- Press to enter the Function Menu screen from the Main Menu screen.

- Press to enter alert mode sub function.

vibra-call, chirp, continuous alert and pleasing alert 1 to 8.

- Press to confirm your selection, or to cancel.

The alert status is updated in the status icon display, as described below:

Audio:

Pleasing alert, chirp,

continuous alert.

Sleep:

Receives message but no

alert.

Vibrate:

Vibration

Vibra-call:

Vibration followed by audio alert.

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Quick Access to Vibrate mode

You can use to quickly access Vibrate mode if your pager is currently in Audio Alert mode. (Your pager must be on the Main Menu page in order to use this function).

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Alert Mode active

Silent mode active

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- Press and hold for 2 seconds to access Vibrate mode.

- Repeat process to return to previously active Alert mode.

- When the pager is in Private Time quick access to Vibrate mode is not available.

Time and Date

To access and set the time and date of your pager;

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12 hr

12:00

AM

01 JAN 02

- Press once from the Main Menu screen to enter the Function Menu screen and SET ALERT will appear.

- Press button once to select "SET TIME", then press the button and a 12 hour clock appears.

-To select the 12hr or 24hr clock press / then press to advance and set the hour of your pager.

-After presing to highlight the hour field, use the / button to choose the value.

- Repeat the above steps for setting minutes, AM/PM, day, month and year.

- Press to confirm your settings, or to cancel.

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Private Time

Activating Private Time sets a daily period of time in which your pager will not alert. Private Time overrides any current ALERT MODE status.

However, the pager will still receive messages, the ALARM will still sound and Priority Alerts will still alert when the pager is in Private Time.

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Private time active

START END

12:00

AM

12:00

PM

-Press the button once from Main Menu screen to go to the Function

Menu screen, "SET ALERT" will appear. Press twice to select

"PRIVATE TIME", then press to enter. A flashing clock appears.

- Press / to activate or deactivate the Private Time function.*

- Press to go to the "START" field , press / to set the starting time. Then Press to go to the "END" field, press / to set the ending time.

- Press to confirm your settings, or to cancel.

* A dot at the left of the Status Icon Display indicates that the function is active.

Alarm

To use your pager as an Alarm;

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12:00

AM

0 1 FEB 03

-Press once from Main Menu screen to go to the Function Menu screen, "SET ALERT" will appear. Press three times to select "SET

ALARM", then press to enter and a flashing appears.

- Press / to turn the alarm ON or OFF . Press to move to the time field.

- Press / to change the hour then press to move to the next field.

Repeat this step for setting minutes, AM/PM, day, month and year.

- Press to confirm your settings, or to cancel.

- When the Alarm is active an Alarm icon is displayed in the Status Bar.

Pager Tips

By setting no date for your alarm the alarm will sound every day at the

specified time; - example: "

9 : 00 AM -- --- -- "

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Pager Control

The Pager Control Menu allows you to control the default settings of your pager.

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SET CONTRAST

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Set Contrast Set Zoom

Reminder

Auto Scroll

- Press once from the Main Menu screen to go to the Function Menu screen

- SET ALERT will appear. Press four times to navigate to PAGER

CONTROL

- Press to enter subfunction screen.

- Press to enter the selected control setting screen.

Set Contrast

To change the display contrast of your pager's screen;

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- Press once from the Main Menu screen to go to the Function Menu screen, "SET ALERT" will appear. Press four times to select "PAGER

CONTROL", then press and "SET CONTRAST" appears. Press to select Set Contrast.

/ screen.

- Press to confirm your settings, or to cancel.

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Auto Scroll

Activating Auto Scroll will cause the display to scroll through a message automatically. The display will scroll faster or slower depending on the set speed.

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MEDIUM

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"SET ALERT" will appear. Press the button four times to select

"PAGER CONTROL", then press . Press once and "AUTO

SCROLL " appears. Press to select Auto Scroll.

- Press / to make auto scroll active or inactive .

- Press to highlight auto scroll level and use / to select

"MEDIUM", "SLOW" or "FAST" as the scroll speed.

- Press to confirm your settings, or to cancel.

Reminder Alert

By turning Reminder on, the pager will alert at 2 minute intervals when there are unread messages.

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REMINDER

OFF

- Press once from Main Menu screen to go to the Function Menu screen, "SET ALERT" will appear. Press four times to select "PAGER

CONTROL", then press the button once and press the button twice and "REMINDER " appears. Press to enter the Reminder menu.

- Press / Button to switch ON or OFF.

- Press to confirm your settings, or to cancel.

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Set Zoom

You can double the font size of your message display for easy reading.

12:00 01 01

SET ZOOM

OFF

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- Press once from Main Menu screen to enter the Function Menu screen and "SET ALERT" will appear. Press the button four times to select

"PAGER CONTROL", then press the button and scroll the button three times and "ZOOM " appears. Press to enter the Set Zoom menu.

- Press / to switch ZOOM ON or OFF.

- Press to confirm your settings, or to cancel.

Button Definition for Mail Folder

In the Mail Folder Screen;

: displays the content of current message in the slot

: move to the next slot

: move to the previous slot

: preview the previous message in the current slot

: preview the next message in the current slot

: enter Mail Folder Function screen

When reading an Mail Folder Message;

: scrolls down through the message. When it reaches the bottom it jumps to the next message. When it reaches the last message in the slot the pager returns to the Mail Folder Screen

: move to the next message

: move to the previous message

: jumps to the top of the message. When at the top it returns to

: scrolls down through the message. When it reaches the bottom it jumps to the next message. When it reaches the last message in the slot the pager returns to the Mail Folder Screen

: enter Mail Message Function screen

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Button Definition for Personal and Notebook Folders

In the Personal or Notebook Folder Screen;

: displays content of current message

: move to the next message

: move to the previous message

: move to the previous line of message icons

: move to the next line of message icons

: enter Personal/Notebook Folder Function screen

When reading a Personal or Notebook message;

: scrolls down through the message. When it reaches the bottom it returns to the Personal/Notebook Folder Screen

: move to the next message

: move to the previous message

:jumps to the top of the message. When at the top of the message it returns to the Personal/Notebook Folder Screen

: scrolls down through the message. When it reaches the bottom it returns to the Personal/Notebook Folder Screen

: enter Personal/Notebook Message Function screen

Mail Folder (Information Service)

Your pager can receive information such as world news or financial report

(the extent of the information received depends on your carrier)

- Press any button to enter the Main Menu Screen from the standby screen

- Press to enter the Mail Folder Screen from the Main Menu screen when the cursor is on the Mail Folder icon.

Unread mail, alert active

No mail, alert inactive

Read mail, alert inactive

Unread mail, alert inactive

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Cursor position/ number of mail slots

Read mail, alert active

No mail, alert active

Current cursor position

*You can store a maximum of 5 mail messages from the same source in one slot.

*After a slot is full(5 messages) the next incoming message will delete the oldest message.

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Mail Folder Function Menu

Press to enter the Mail Folder Function Screen from the Mail Folder

Screen

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ESCAPE

ESCAPE

ALERT

ON/OFF

DELETE ALL SLOTS

DELETE SLOT

/

- Press to activate the selected function.

A confirmation message "?" comes with "DELETE SLOT" and "DELETE

ALL SLOTS".

- Press again to confirm your settings, or to cancel.

- You can enter Mail Message Function menu by pressing when you are reading mail. The operation is the same as the Mail Folder Function menu except there is no "DELETE ALL SLOTS" and there is an additional function of "MOVE TO NOTEBOOK", which allows you to move individual

Mail messages to the Notebook Folder.

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Personal Folder

- Press to enter Personal Folder Screen from the Main Menu screen when the cursor is on the Personal Folder icon.

Cursor icon

Read group message

Unread message

Read message

Unread group message

Locked message

Current message number

Total messages

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MESSAGE TEXT PREVIEW

Personal Folder Function Menu

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ESCAPE

ESCAPE

DELETE

MESSAGE

LOCK/UNLOCK

MESSAGE

DELETE ALL

- Press to open the Personal Folder Function Menu screen.

- Press to move to the next Personal Folder Function prompt.

- Press to activate the selected function.

- A confirmation prompt "?" comes with "DELETE ALL" and "DELETE

MESSAGE".

- Press again to confirm, or to cancel.

MOVE TO

NOTEBOOK

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- A message is defined as read once the whole message has been read.

Previewing a message is not considered as reading a message.

- Locking a message prevents it from being accidentally deleted or overwritten by new messages. You can lock up to 20 messages.

- You can enter Personal Message Function menu by pressing when you are reading the message. The operation is the same as the Personal

Folder Function Menu except there is no "DELETE ALL".

- Please note. Locked messages cannot be deleted. Additionally, unread messages cannot be deleted by using "DELETE ALL".

Receiving Messages

When a message is received, your pager alerts you according to your set alert mode. The time and date stamp at the end of each message indicates when the message was received.

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MESSAGE TEXT MESSAGE

TEXT MESSAGE TEXT

MESSAGE TEXT MESSAGE

TEXT MESSAGE TEXT

Time and Date stamp

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CAP-1A

12:01AM 0 1FEB2002

4-line x 20 Alpha characters

- Press to read the message.

Arrow indicating that the message continues on the next screen

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Error and Priority Messages

- When an error message is received and read, " " appears in front of the message and the incorrect characters blink. Error messages are a result of poor reception from the paging station.

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MESSAG TEXT

Blinking incorrect character icon

Error message indicator

- When a Priority message is received, your pager will alert you with a unique alert no matter what mode the pager is currently in (eg; sleep, vibrate, private time etc.). The sender determines priority messages.

Message Full Indication and Duplicate Messages

-If the Message Full Indicator appears and you have not deleted the old messages, the new received messages will overwrite the oldest messages first.

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MESSAGE TEXT PREVIEW

Message Full

Indicator

- When your pager receives a duplicate of a message it will not show multiples of the same message but will show only one message and display the Duplicate Message icon in the message preview screen.

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ESSAGE TEXT pREVIEW

Duplicate Message icon

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Notebook Folder

You can store up to 20 important Personal or Mail messages in your

Notebook Folder. When the Notebook Folder is full, "MEMORY FULL" appears if you attempt to store Personal or Mail messages to the Folder.

Cursor icon

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Message icon

MESSAGE TEXT PREVIEW

- Press the Button to enter the Notebook Folder screen from the status screen when the cursor is on the Notebook Folder icon.

Notebook Folder Function Menu

- Press to enter the Notebook Folder Function Screen from the

Notebook Folder Screen

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ESCAPE

ESCAPE

DELETE

MESSAGE

DELETE ALL

-You can enter Notebook Message Function menu by pressing when you are reading the message. The operation is the same as the Notebook

Folder Function menu except there's is no "DELETE ALL".

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Maintenance

Care of your Pager

To maintain the fine quality of your pager's display screen, please do not subject the pager to extreme temperatures or moisture. Clean the pager housing using a soft non-adhesive cloth. Do not immerse the pager in water. Do not use any other cleaning solutions.

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