Installation and Configuration
System Telephone
COMfort DECT 800
COMfort DECT Base 128
COMfort DECT Repeater/
Repeater XA
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쏘 Auerswald GmbH & Co. KG, 38162 Cremlingen, 2004
Contents
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Contents
Introduction.........................................................................................................................................................................4
Functional Description and Scope of Functions ..............................................................................................4
Scope of Functions and Features ..........................................................................................................................5
Tips for the Use of this Manual ...........................................................................................................................6
Symbols used in the Manual ..................................................................................................................................7
Terms/Abbreviation used in the Manual.................................................................................................................7
Safety Precautions...............................................................................................................................................7
Technical Data......................................................................................................................................................8
Commissioning.................................................................................................................................................................10
Basics about the Installation ............................................................................................................................10
Installation Location of COMfort DECT Base 128 ................................................................................................10
Installation Location of COMfort DECT Repeater ................................................................................................10
Connect the Base Station to the PBX ..............................................................................................................11
Login of the Handset to the Base Station ........................................................................................................13
Start the Log in at the Base Station .....................................................................................................................13
Perform the Log in at the Handset .......................................................................................................................13
Assign internal Telephone Numbers to the Handsets....................................................................................16
Logout of the Handset from the Base Station .................................................................................................19
Logout of the Handsets from the Base Station and PBX .....................................................................................19
Delete Serial Number of the Base Station out of the Handset .............................................................................20
Subscribe a Repeater to the Base Station.......................................................................................................22
Cascade the Repeaters .......................................................................................................................................24
Measure the Field Strength and the Quality of the Radio Signal ..................................................................27
Attach Base Station/Repeater to the Wall........................................................................................................28
Transfer Telephone Numbers from the short-code Memory .........................................................................31
Index ..................................................................................................................................................................................35
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Introduction
INTRODUCTION
Dear Customer!
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The devices, assembly groups or connections described in this manual are made for the indicated
use only. If you are not sure about the intended purpose of the product, please contact your dealer.
In order to operate the system telephone on the PBX systems COMpact 4410 USB, COMpact 2206
USB, COMpact 4406 DSL, COMmander Basic and COMmander Basic 19", these Auerswald PBX
systems must have the Software version 1.6A or newer. You will need the PC programs COMset
(version 2.5.6 or newer) and COMtools (version 2.2.51 or newer) for configuration. If this is not
the case, please perform an update.
Functional Description and Scope of Functions
The cordless system telephone COMfort DECT is designed for the connection to the Auerswald
PBX systems COMpact 4410 USB, COMpact 2206 USB, COMpact 4406 DSL, COMmander Basic
and COMmander Basic 19". You do not only phone with digital ISDN speech quality but you are still
reachable away from your office. The handset has a comfortable and easy-to-use handling, is surprisingly light-weight but still robust. It is fitting well for professional use.
COMfort DECT consists of several components that may be combined according to your requirements. There is first of all of the base station (COMfort DECT Base 128) and the handset
(COMfort DECT 800). You can log in up to eight COMfort DECT 800 handsets to one base station.
With the COMfort DECT repeaters (XA), (available as an option) you can bridge distances of up to
1000 m e.g. to supply distanced buildings with DECT system telephony.
Please ask your authorized dealer.
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Scope of Functions and Features
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The scope of functions described here is only completely usable with a professional installation and
a correct configuration of the PBX and the connected PC. We highly recommend to consult your
authorized dealer first.
Please ask your network operator about the availability of some ISDN service attributes. Some of
these functions may be available for an extra fee.
The operation of the telephones on other PBX systems than recommended or on the public telephone network is not intended.
COMfort DECT 800
앫 Illuminated 3-digit display with 12 characters per line, one symbol line
앫 Vibration ringer and optical call signalization via LED
앫 Up to 65 (actual number is subject to the firmware version) telephone book entries per handset
– synchronization with the telephone numbers and names of the global short-code memory of the
PBX
앫 Headset connection, automatic call acception is possible
앫 Redial of the last 10 telephone numbers is possible
앫 Caller list of the last 10 unsuccessful incoming calls
앫 Key lock by key pressing or automatically
앫 Silent mode by key pressing (mutes all acoustic signals)
앫 Profiles for „indoor“ and „outdoor“
앫 Up to 12 hours of call time
앫 Up to 120 hours of stand-by time
COMfort DECT Base 128
앫 1 ISDN basic rate connection, for up to 2 simultaneous connections to the PBX
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앫 Power supply of the COMfort DECT Base 128 via internal S0 port of the PBX
앫 Up to 8 COMfort DECT 800 per COMfort DECT Base 128 (3 handsets may be called within one
call distribution for an external number)
앫 LED for status display (S0 port available and log in procedure for COMfort DECT 800 and COM-
fort DECT Repeater)
앫 Easy wall and/or ceiling mounting
앫 Expandable with up to 6 COMfort DECT Repeaters and directional antennas for range optimiza-
tion COMfort DECT Antenna
COMfort DECT Repeater/Repeater XA
Range optimization for COMfort DECT Base 128
Up to 6 COMfort DECT Repeaters on one COMfort DECT Base 128
Up to 3 COMfort DECT Repeaters cascaded
Up to 2 simultaneous voice channels
No cable connection to the PBX COMfort DECT Base 128 necessary
Easy wall and/or ceiling mounting
COMfort DECT Repeater XA only:
Connection for the optional directional antenna COMfort DECT Antenna
앫 COMfort DECT Repeater XA with COMfort DECT Antenna only:
DECT supply for remote buildings, distance of up to 1000 m possible
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Tips for the Use of this Manual
This manual describes in all details the use of the system telephone COMfort DECT 800. In order
to get certain information quickly and carefully directed, the manual will offer you different helps and
guide lines:
앫 The content on page 3 gives you an idea about content and organization of this manuals.
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앫 The index on page 35 helps you to find certain text portions for a certain term.
앫 In the texts you will be referred to other chapters or pictures with the help of cross references.
They illustrate the respective theme.
앫 On the right side the headlines of the paragraph will be repeated.
Symbols used in the Manual
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The warning triangle shows you important advice. You must absolutely take care of these in order
to avoid damages on devices or even on persons.
The hand gives you additional advice. These refer you to circumstances which were often disregarded and therefore led to misunderstandings and longer search for an error.
Terms/Abbreviation used in the Manual
Cursor: Insert or writing symbol
LED:
Light Emitting Diode. An electrical component looking like a little lamp/light and being used
for indications. (also multi-colored).
RPN: Radio Fixed Part Number, number of the sender (base station/repeater)
DECT: Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications, digital radio telephone network
RSSI: Radio Signal Strength Indicator, indicator of the receiver signal strength
Safety Precautions
Pay attention to the following advice:
앫 Read the manual and keep it for reference. Additional questions can be answered by your dealer.
There are no user serviceable parts inside. Do not open the case!
앫 Never touch the contacts in the plugs with pointed, metallic or wet material.
앫 Avoid placing the device into direct sunshine or other source of temperature.
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앫 Protect the device against moisture, dirt, aggressive fluids or steam.
앫 Avoid placing the device into strong electromagnetic fields (electric motors, mobile phones, TV
sets, VCRs, radios and household equipment). The speech quality may suffer in such a case.
앫 Connect the cabling only to jacks suitable for the purpose. Never exchange the plugs of the
cables.
앫 Do not carry the device on the cables.
앫 Read also the safety precautions in the user manual of the handset.
Technical Data
Common
Ambient temperature
Safety
Case
Transmission protocol
COMfort DECT 800
Operation voltage
Charge time of the
rechargeable batteries
Operation time
Size
Weight including
rechargeable batteries
0 to 40°C
CE
ABS
DECT/GAP
Rechargeable battery pack 3,6 V (Ni-MH 600 mAh)
app. 3,5 hours
up to 120 hours stand-by, up to 12 hours when calling
143 mm x 48 mm x 26 mm
121 g
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COMfort DECT Base 128
Operation voltage
Power consumption
System connection
Range
Size (H x W x D)
Weight
via internal S0 port of the PBX
4 W max.
internal S0 port of the PBX (COMmander Basic, COMmander Basic 19",
COMpact 4410 USB, COMpact 2206 USB or COMpact 4406 DSL)
up to 300 m at line of sight, up to 50 m in buildings
100 mm x 100 mm x 36 mm
133 g
COMfort DECT Repeater and Repeater XA
Operation voltage
230 V 앧10%. 50 Hz
Power consumption
2,7 VA max.
Number of channels
2 speech and data channels
Range
up to 300 m at line of sight, up to 50 m in buildings
Directional antenna connector
(Repeater XA only) SMA, male
Size (H x W x D)
100 mm x 100 mm x 36 mm
Weight
160 g
COMfort DECT Antenna
Directional antenna connector
Range
Size (H x W x D)
Weight
HF cable is in the scope of delivery
up to 1000 m at line of sight
101,5 mm x 95 mm x 31,5 mm
app. 100 g
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Commissioning
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Basics about the Installation
Before starting the configuration of a DECT system, the circumstances have to be defined for the
installation of the individual components.
Installation Location of COMfort DECT Base 128
Only a connection to an internal S0 port of the PBX is necessary for the installation. A power supply
with 230 V is not necessary. Please pay attention when installing the base: An optimal position for
the spread of radio waves has to be selected. Basement rooms are generally unfavorable for the
installation of a DECT base station. The base station should be installed higher than 2 m above
ground otherwise walking persons would influence the radio signals. But it should not be installed
too high, especially e.g. if there is a ceiling with steel beams. If an outside area should also be
reached, seasonal condition changes have to be taken seriously into account (e.g. leaves on trees
or bushes).
Installation Location of COMfort DECT Repeater
For the installation of the repeater a 230 V mains outlet with protective earth and the reception area
of the base station or another repeater have to be considered. A repeater must always be within the
reception area of the base station of another repeater. No more than three repeaters may be cascaded (pic. 1 on page 11). For bridging longer distances the use of a COMfort DECT Repeater XA
with a connection of the COMfort DECT Antenna is recommended (pic. 2). Thanks to its help distances of up to 1000 m can be bridged (outside of closed rooms and at line of sight).
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To check the range it is possible to measure the field strength and the quality of the radio signal with
the handset after a successful log in procedure (see Seite 27).
You will find additional advice about the correct installation and use of base stations and repeaters
in the technical tip „COMfort DECT“ (under service/support in the Internet at http://www.auerswald.de or on the Auerswald Mega Disk version 4.42 or newer).
pic. 1
pic. 2
Connect the Base Station to the PBX
The cable for the connection to the base station is contained in the scope of delivery. Plug the small
Western modular plug into the jack labeled with „ISDN“ on the back of the base station (pic. 3 on
page 12). Put the other Western modular plug into a jack of the internal S0 bus. As soon as the PBX
recognizes the base station, the LED starts to glow green (pic. 4 on page 12) on the base station.
This procedure may take some seconds.
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The Auerswald PBX must be connected to the 230 V mains for installation of the system telephone.
In order to operate the system telephone on the PBX systems COMpact 4410 USB, COMpact 2206
USB, COMpact 4406 DSL, COMmander Basic and COMmander Basic 19", these Auerswald PBX
systems must have the Software version 1.6A or newer. If this is not the case, please perform a
PBX update (see manual of the PBX).
pic. 3
LED
serial number
pushbutton
pic. 4
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Login of the Handset to the Base Station
To connect a handset to the base station as described later, the following preconditions have to be
fulfilled first:
The base station has to be connected to the PBX and the battery pack of the handset has to be
connected to the handset and charged (see manual of the handset). The handset has to be within
the range of the base station.
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If you like to prepare a configuration with the assignment of internal telephone numbers first, you
can directly enter the serial numbers of the individual handsets into the configuration program COMset of the PBX. The following log in procedure must be performed anyway for each handset later.
Start the Log in at the Base Station
Press the gray pushbutton on the bottom at the front side of the base station now until the LED of
the base station flashes alternately in red and green colors. Now you have 60 seconds time to perform the following procedure on the handset. If this is not time enough, the pushbutton has to be
pressed again.
Perform the Log in at the Handset
Auerswald
COMfort DECT
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Open the main menu.
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PROFILE
SET UP
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MENU
LOGIN
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SUBSCRIPTION
CREATE
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Select the menu „Set up“.
Open the menu „Login“.
Start the subscription.
The handset searches for a base station within
reach that is in the subscription mode (chapter Start
the Log in at the Base Station on page 13).
SUBSCRIPTION
SEARCH ID:
This may take some seconds.
The handset has located a base station.
The serial number of the base station is displayed.
Attention: You will need the last 4 digits of the
serial number for the next step!
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SUBSCRIPTION
SEARCH ID:
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Confirm the located base station.
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CREATE
SYSTEM 01
AC: ****____
SUBSCRIPTION
WAIT
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Enter the last 4 digits of the serial number of the
base station (in this example „3 3 1 4“) and confirm
the entry by pressing OK.
The subscription may take some seconds.
A positive confirmation tone can be heard and the
display changes into the idle menu.
If the subscription was not successful (if the message „subscription failed“ appears on the display),
it might have the following causes:
- The base station was not in the subscription mode because the pushbutton has not been pressed
long enough (the LED must flashes alternately in red and green colors) or the time window of 60
seconds has been exceeded.
- The handset has already been subscribed. In this case you can select the serial number of the
base station in the menu „subscription“ under „select base“.
- During the subscription the handset was too close to the base station. Repeat the subscription
procedure at least half a meter away from the base station.
- The list of the subscripted handsets in the base station is full. Unused handsets should be
removed (see chapter Logout of the Handset from the Base Station on page 19).
If you like to check the serial number of the base station, you will find it on the sticker on the back
of the base station (see pic. 3 on page 12).
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Assign internal Telephone Numbers to the Handsets
The internal telephone numbers are assigned to the individual handsets with the configuration program COMset of the PBX. For this purpose the base station has to be connected to the internal S0
bus of the PBX.
햲 Open the configuration program and read out the existing configuration of the PBX (File ... Open
... PBX).
햳 On the page „Internal telephone numbers ... Subscriber“ (pic. 5 on page 17) you have to enter
as many new telephone numbers as there are handsets. Select for these telephone numbers
under „Kind of device“ the device „COMfort DECT“. Select the internal S0 port (and the module) connected to the corresponding base station.
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Pay attention to the fact that a maximum of one base station and 8 handsets - that are 8 internal
telephone numbers- are possible on one internal S0 port (within one call distribution for one external
telephone number a maximum of 3 handsets can be called).
햴 Now open the page „Internal telephone numbers ... Scr -> COMfort DECT“ (pic. 5 on
page 17). Depending on how many S0 ports you have configured telephone numbers for handsets, one or more base stations with assigned telephone numbers are displayed.
To assign a telephone number to a handset, select or enter the serial number of the handset in
the column „Serial number of the mobile handset“ in the corresponding line now. Each serial
number has to be assigned to one telephone number only. If you have already subscribed the
handsets to the base station (see chapter Login of the Handset to the Base Station on page 13),
you can browse through the list of serial numbers of these handset by double clicking and one
click on the downwards arrow and select a serial number by mouse click then.
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pic. 5
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Otherwise you can directly enter the serial number after clicking twice into the
corresponding entry field. You can read
the serial number on the sticker (pic. 6)
under the battery pack in the handset
(open the rechargeable battery cover;
see user manual of the handset) or interrogate it on the handset as described
here:
Auerswald
COMfort DECT
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*99984*
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SERIAL NO:
000770277534
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*99984*
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serial number
pic. 6
Enter the digit sequence 99984 .
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Confirm by pressing OK.
The serial number of the handset is displayed.
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Then you can delete the display by
pressing (3 seconds) the left arrow key.
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햵 If you have finished entering all settings, you have to transfer the configuration into the PBX (File
... Save ... PBX).
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The field with the manually entered serial number remains marked in blue until the handset has
been correctly subscribed to the base station (see chapter Login of the Handset to the Base Station
on page 13) and the configuration is read out again.
Logout of the Handset from the Base Station
To be able to unsubscribe a handset from the base station, the following steps have to be done one
after the other:
Logout of the Handsets from the Base Station and PBX
햲 Open the configuration program COMset and read out the existing configuration of the PBX (File
... Open ... PBX).
햳 Now open the page „Internal telephone numbers ... Scr -> COMfort DECT“ (pic. 5 on
page 17). Enter the hook into the column „logout“ behind the corresponding serial number.
햴 Write back the configuration to the PBX (File ... Save ... PBX).
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To logout a handset, its series number must already been assigned to an internal telephone number. If that is not the case, create a telephone number for this purpose and assign it (see chapter
Assign internal Telephone Numbers to the Handsets on page 16). If the handset has been loggedout (After reading the configuration this serial number will not be offered in the column „Serial number of the mobile handset“ any longer), the useless internal telephone number may be deleted
again.
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Delete Serial Number of the Base Station out of the Handset
Auerswald
COMfort DECT
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PROFILE
SET UP
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MENU
LOGIN
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MENU
SELECT LOGIN
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SUBSCRIPTION
REMOVE
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Open the main menu.
Select menu „set up“.
Open the menu „Login“.
Select the menu „select login“.
Open the menu „subscription remove“.
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REMOVE?
PASSWORD:
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SUBSCRIPTION
REMOVE?
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REMOVE
SYSTEM 01*
000344053314
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Enter the digit sequence 0 0 0 0 and confirm the
entry by pressing OK.
Confirm by pressing OK.
Delete the displayed serial number from the handset.
If the handset has been logged-in to several base stations and the serial number of the previous
base station has not been deleted before starting a new login, you can select this serial number by
scrolling with the arrow keys and delete it also. The star behind the number marks the last base
station in use.
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Subscribe a Repeater to the Base Station
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The procedure described here should only be used to login one (or more) repeaters directly to the
base station. If you like to cascade two or three repeaters (a maximum of three is possible), the
login has to be done via PC. You will need the „COMfort DECT Repeater Tools“ (special accessory
of Auerswald) as well as the corresponding PC program (see chapter Cascade the Repeaters on
page 24).
햲 You need a working base station in radio range together with a logged-in and switched on handset.
햳 Connect the repeater to be logged-in to
the wall-mount power supply (pic. 7). Plug
the power supply into a 230 V mains outlet
with protective earth for more than one
second (but less than five seconds). Remove it again and plug it in again. Now the
repeater is in the login mode. This is indicated by a slowly flashing LED (pic. 9 on
page 23). In this mode the repeater
searches for a transmitter (base station) in
the subscription mode. This status will last
for a maximum of 5 minutes. If the login
procedure has not been finished successfully within this period of time, the repeater
would restart in the normal mode with the
previous login data again.
pic. 7
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햴 Start the subscription mode in the base station. For this purpose press the pushbutton at the
base station (pic. 4 on page 12) for some seconds (similar to the login of a handset).
햵 The repeater synchronizes with the base station in the subscription mode. This is indicated by a
quickly flashing LED.
햶 Check whether the repeater is logged-in to the base station. You have to press the hook key
H on the handset now. The LED of the repeater should start to flash permanently now. (If the
LED does not start to flash after pressing the hook key several times, the repeater may have
synchronized with another base station. In this case the login procedure has to be repeated
again starting at point 햳.)
RPN e. g.:
pic. 8
pic. 9
LED
3
2
1
4
5
6
7
Repeater
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햷 A RPN has to be assigned to each repeater. Dial a digit between 2 and 7 (the base station has
the RPN 1) in off-hook state (you may have to press the hook key H first). The repeater confirms the entered digit by a flashing signal (e.g. RPN= 4, LED flashes 4 times). If you use many
repeaters on the same base station, each repeater needs to have a different RPN (pic. 8
on page 23).
햸 Confirm with the little star key * now.
햹 The repeater restarts in the normal mode with the new login code. The LED of the repeater
glows permanently now. The repeater is ready for operation. If the LED flashes quickly, the
repeater is not logged-in, e.g. because the RPN has already been assigned.
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If you like to login further repeaters on the base station with this procedure, you can switch off the
previously logged-in repeaters (remove the power supply from the 230 V outlet) to avoid an
unwanted cascading of the repeaters.
Cascade the Repeaters
If you like to cascade two or three repeaters (a maximum of three is possible), the login has to be
done via PC. You will need the „COMfort DECT Repeater Tools“ (special accessory of Auerswald).
It contains an adapter cable, a PC cable for the V.24 interface and the corresponding PC program
ServiceTool.
햲 Plug the Western modular plug of the adapter cable into the jack on the back of the repeater
(pic. 10 on page 25).
햳 Then plug the Western modular plug of the PC cable into the wider jack of the adapter and the
Western modular plug of the wall power supply (of the repeater) into the second narrower jack.
햴 Now connect the PC cable to the serial interface (V.24) of your PC.
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pic. 10
to the serial
interface (V.24) of the PC
to a freely accessible 230 V
mains outlet with protective earth
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햵 Put the wall-mount power supply into a freely accessible 230 mains outlet with protective earth.
햶 Switch the PC on, install the PC program ServiceTool and start it.
햷 Select the correct COM port on the page „Communications“. Click on the button „Set Comport
...“ and the PC will start to recognize the repeater.
햸 Now switch to the page „COMfort DECT Repeater/XA“ and configure the cascading of individual repeaters. In the example (pic. 8 on page 23) the repeater with the RPN 06 has to be loggedin to the repeater with the RPN 05. The repeater with the RPN 07 has to be logged-in to the
repeater with the RPN 06.
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Subsequent to the configuration the corresponding repeater has to be separated from the 230 V
outlet once to let the settings take effects.
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Measure the Field Strength and the Quality of the Radio Signal
To measure the field strength and the quality of the radio signal, the handset has a built-in test function. Open this function as described here:
Auerswald
COMfort DECT
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*99989*
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RPN:02
RSS:91
01 64 :4 58B
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*99989*
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Enter the digit sequence 99989 .
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Confirm by pressing OK.
The test mode is activated.
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If the display is not needed any longer, it
can be deleted by pressing (3 seconds)
the left arrow key.
The display shows the following values:
3rd line: Here the values of the actual transmitter (e.g. base station) used by the handset are displayed.
- First value (in the example 01): In the first place there is the RPN of the device. In the example
the handset has logged-in to the transmitter with the RPN 01 (1).
- Second value (in the example 64): In the second place there is the quality of the radio signal.
In the example the radio signal is received with a quality of 64.
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- Third value (in the example :4): In the third place there is the field strength. In the example the
radio signal is received with a field strength of 104. (The punctuation mark „:“ stands for a value
of 100 plus the following digit. That means „:4“ stands for the value „104“, a semicolon „;“
stands for 110 plus ...)
- Fourth value (in the example 58B): In the fourth place there is the radio channel.
1st line (in the example RPN:02): The digits behind RPN show the numbers of additionally received
weaker transmitters (e.g. when using repeaters). In the example there is another transmitter with
the RPN 02 (2) in addition to the base.
2nd line (in the example RSS:91): The digits behind RSS offer the field strength of the transmitters
listed in the first line. In our example the field strength of the transmitter 02 is 91.
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The quality should not drop below 50-55 (64 max.), the strength should not drop below 70-75 (110
max.). Otherwise the transmission may be influenced and the handset will try to change the channel
and/or the radio transmitter. The field strength of the second transmitter is 91 in the example and
therefore more than sufficient. The transmitter with the RPN 02 would be useless at this installation
location and could be relocated at a greater distance.
Attach Base Station/Repeater to the Wall
The fixing material (screws and dowels) are contained in the scope of delivery.
햲 Mark the two holes to fix it at the wall.
Base station: Two holes, side by side, with a distance of 64 mm are needed. Use the drilling template in the appendix for marking the holes.
Repeater: Two holes, one under the other, with a distance of app. 50 mm are needed. Use the
wall-mount holder of the repeater for marking the holes.
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햳 Make sure that no supply pipes or cables are underneath of the marks.
햴 Drill the mounting holes with a diameter of 6mm and put dowels into the holes.
햵 Base station: Screw the screws into the wall until the
screw heads have a distance of app. 5 mm to the wall
(pic. 11). Now hang the base station in and pull it downwards along the wall until it stops.
Repeater: Thread the Western modular plug of
the wall power supply into the square opening
of the wall-mount holder and mount the wallmount holder with the screws to the wall
(pic. 12). Put the Western modular plug of the
power supply into the jack on the back of the
repeater (pic. 13 on page 30). Now you hang
the repeater into the wall-mount holder and
move it downwards until it locks. If you like to
remove it later, remove it carefully with the help
of a screwdriver (pic. 14 on page 30).
5 mm
pic. 11
pic. 12
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pic. 13
pic. 14
Repeater
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Transfer Telephone Numbers from the short-code Memory
With the PC program COMtools you can load short-code numbers from the PBX into the handsets.
(The number of entries depends on the firmware version of the handset.) For this purpose the base
station has to be connected to the PBX.
햲 Open the PC program COMtools telephone book and read the existing telephone book out of
the PBX (File ... Open ... PBX).
햳 Open the page „Global short-code dialling numbers ... Short-code dialing numbers 86008699“ (pic. 15 on page 32) and activate the register card „Phonebook entries for COMfort
DECT“. The columns show the telephone numbers/names that were assigned to the COMfort
DECT subscribers with the configuration program COMset. Here the number of telephone book
entries available for this handset are shown (depending on the software version of the handset).
As the telephone numbers manually entered via local telephone menu into the telephone book
cannot be overwritten by COMtools, the number of entries available for COMtools (available for
PB) is displayed.
햴 For the transmission of telephone numbers into the handsets please select the telephone numbers for each handset with a mouse click.
햵 When you are finished with all the settings, write back the telephone book into the PBX (File ...
Save ... PBX).
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As soon as you have written the telephone book into the PBX, the PBX starts distributing the
assigned telephone book entries to the corresponding handsets. If a handset is currently not ready
for a data transfer (switched off or out of reach), the PBX tries the next handset after a few minutes
until all data is distributed. During the data transfer (duration: 1-3 minutes) „Transfer ... Please Wait“
is shown on the display.
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INDEX
A
H
R
abbreviations ...............................7
assign telephone number .........16
handset
assign telephone number ...........16
logout .........................................19
subscription ................................13
transfer short-code numbers ......31
repeater
cascade ......................................24
subscription ................................22
wall mounting .............................28
B
base station
connecting ..................................11
wall mounting .............................28
C
cascade repeaters .....................24
commissioning ..........................10
connect the base station ...........11
D
I
installation location ...................10
introduction ..................................4
L
login of repeaters .......................22
login of the handsets .................13
logout of handsets .....................19
description ...................................4
M
F
measure the field strength ........27
measure the quality of the
radio signal .................................27
features .........................................5
functional description .................4
S
safety precautions .......................7
scope of functions .......................4
subscription of handsets ..........13
subscription of repeaters .........22
symbols ........................................7
T
technical data ...............................8
test function ...............................27
tips for the use of the manual ....6
transfer short-code numbers ...31
W
wall mounting ............................28
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