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INTRODUCTION
Dear customer:
Thank you for purchasing a DECT telephone; we appreciate your trust in us.
This product was manufactured with the upmost care, should you encounter any difficulties during its use, we
recommend that you refer to this user guide.
For your comfort and safety, we ask that you read the following paragraph carefully:
Recommendations and safety instructions
Your DECT telephone must not be installed in a humid room (wash room, bathroom, laundry room,
kitchen, etc.) unless it is 1.50 m away from a water point, or outside. Your telephone must be
operated at temperatures ranging from 5°C to 45°C.
Only use the supplied power adapter, connect it to the base socket according to the installation
instructions provided in this booklet and the indications on the identification label affixed to it
(voltage, current, electric network frequency). As a safety measure, you can use the power adaptors
to cut off the 230V current in case of danger. They must be located near to the device, and must be
easily accessible.
This telephone was designed for use on the public switched telephone network (PSTN). In case of
a problem you must first contact your reseller. Only use the supplied telephone cord.
For your personal safety, never place your handset on the base without the batteries, or without the
battery cover, you could get an electric shock.
To avoid damaging your handset, only use certified rechargeable AAA batteries NiMH 1.2 V
550 mAH, never use non rechargeable batteries. Insert the batteries in the handset battery
compartment respecting polarity.
At the end of their useful life, batteries must be disposed of according to the recycling instructions
presented in this booklet.
Your DECT telephone has an inside radio range of about 50 metres and up to 300 metres in open
space. The immediate presence of metal parts (of a television for example), or of any electric
appliance may result in range reduction.
Some sensitive medical equipment and safety equipment may be affected by the radio-frequency
transmissions of your telephone. In all cases, we ask that you respect the safety recommendations.
This equipment does not function in the case of an electric network shutdown: For the
emergency calls, use a self-contained cord telephone.
The CE marking certifies that the product meets the essential requirements of Directive 1999/5/CE
of the European Parliament and of the Council pertaining to microwave radio equipment and
telecommunication terminal equipment, for the safety and health of users, for electromagnetic
interference. Furthermore, it efficiently uses the frequency spectrum attributed to ground and spatial
communication to prevent damaging interference.
In areas where storms are frequent, we recommend that you protect your telephone line using a
surge protection device.
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CONTENTS
Your telephone
Unpacking
Your base
Your handset
Connecting the base
Handset set-up
Handset turning on and off
Replacing the batteries
Getting started
Making a call
Belgacom smart services
Services when not in communication
Receiving a call
During a call
Handsfree
Call transfer
During a call
Accessing the phonebook or call log
Secret mode
Ending a call
Communication between two handsets
Menu structure
Your phonebook
Viewing the phonebook
Creating an entry
Using a phonebook entry to place a call
Searching for a contact
Performing a quick search
Performing a refined search
Editing an entry
Deleting an entry
Sending a SMS from phonebook
SMS service
Sending a text message
Writing a text message
Sending an SMS
Reading a message
Managing read messages
Modify the SMS mode
Viewing the memory status
Emptying an SMS folder
SMS settings
Modifying the SMS centre numbers
Choose the SMS transmission centre
Terminal number
Modifying the terminal number
SMS boxes
Sub-Addressing
Creating a personal box
Viewing a message from a personal box
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Modifying or removing a personal box
Call log
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2
3
4
4
5
Viewing the received and dialled call log
Calling the last number dialled (Redial)
Calling a number listed in the dialled and
received call log
Viewing the events log
Activate/deactivate the new events
information screen
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Accessories
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Alarm clock
Setting the alarm clock
Activating or deactivating
the alarm clock
Modifying the alarm clock time
Changing the alarm clock ring tone
Timer
Changing the programmed time
of the timer
Changing the timer ring tone
Displaying or hiding the programmed
time of the timer
Birthday alarms
Adding a new birthday alarm
Viewing a birthday alarm
Modifying or deleting a birthday alarm
Monitoring a room
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Ring Tone
Changing the ring tones
Activating or deactivating the beeps
Activating/deactivating the silent mode
Settings
17
Programming a key
Modifying the date and time
Using the auto hang up
and pick up features
Modifying the Voice box number
(Phonemail)
Modifying the language
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Security
Locking/unlocking the keypad
Programming an emergency number
Defining the call time limit
Defining forbidden prefixes - Call barring
Modifying the base code
Authorising listening in
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Handset settings
Registering a new handset to a base
Modifying the base preference
Resetting the handset
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CONTENTS
Personal registering
Base settings
Using a handset to put the base
in registration mode
Resetting the base
De-registering a handset
Renaming the base
Line settings
Modifying the network type
Modifying the dialling mode
Modifying the flash duration (R key)
Setting a PABX prefix
2nd call
Caller’s Number
Appendix
Care and Maintenance
Problems
Features
Guarantee
Guarantee terms
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YOUR TELEPHONE
Unpacking
Place the box in front of you, open it and make sure it contains the following items:
• one base,
• one handset,
• one battery compartment cover,
• one equipped power adapter,
• one telephone line cord,
• three rechargeable batteries,
• this user guide.
In the case of purchasing a pack DUO, you will find in addition for each additional handset:
• a handset charger,
• an additional battery flap,
• three additional rechargeable batteries.
Your base
It fits well into your family environment.
Handset location
Base button
Pressed briefly:
- handset paging.
Held down:
- handset registration.
Power indicator light
Fixed green indicator: Powered
Flashing green indicator:
- handset on line,
- handset paging,
- handset registration.
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YOUR TELEPHONE
Your handset
With its user-friendly design, you will appreciate how easy it is to hold and its quality during
conversations.
Speaker
Colour display
Program keys
LED
Incoming message
warning beeps and
Phonemail
Pick up
Handsfree
Redial (long press)
Hang up
Navigator
C
Phonebook key
Direct SMS
access
Key 1:
hold down for quick
access to voice
messaging service
Alphanumeric
keypad
R key
INT
Intercommunicat
ion key (handset
intercom)
Microphone
The navigator key, a rapid selection tool.
To confirm or to access a sub-menu
Navigating
C
To cancel, delete or go to the
previous menu
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The visual display of your handset
Number of handset
Battery indicator
I
Date
01/01
12:00
Sil.
BGC
Time
Name of programmed functions
in
and
keys.
When the battery charge icon is at minimum, your screen will not be lit and the volume
level of the hands-free function will be decreased until the battery is recharged.
Connecting the base
Before making any connections, please refer to the safety instructions presented at
the beginning of this user guide.
On the bottom part of the base, click in the
telephone jack in its socket (as shown on the
drawing) and connect the other end of the
lead to the wall telephone socket.
Power socket
Connect the end of the mains power unit lead
to the bottom of the base and the mains
power unit to the mains socket. The mains on
indicator located on the base comes on
green.
Route the wires in the guides and put the
base where it should be.
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Telephone socket
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YOUR TELEPHONE
Handset set-up
Insert the batteries one after the other in
compliance with the battery polarity, as
shown on the label in the handset. Place the
cover back on the handset by pushing
upwards until it is completely closed.
Remove the protective film on the screen,
place the handset on the base to fully charge
the batteries.
The charging icon appears on the screen, it
indicates the charging status. Once the icon
is full, your batteries are charged.
Only use certified rechargeable batteries. For optimal battery charge, leave the
handset on the base for at least 12 hours during initial use. During charging, the
batteries may heat up, this is quite normal and without risk.
Handset turning on and off
To turn off the handset, hold down the red key
. The "POWER OFF" message is displayed
on the screen. Your handset is now switched off.
To turn on your handset, hold down the green key
on the screen.
. The name BELGACOM is displayed
Information is displayed on the screen, including the battery charging indicator icon, the
handset number (for example 1), the date, the time and the function keys.
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Replacing the batteries
Hold down the red key
compartment is accessible.
to turn off the handset. Turn it around so that the battery
Exert a pressure on the compartment battery and slip the compartment battery downwards.
Remove the old batteries, insert the new batteries one by one in compliance with the polarity
of the batteries as shown on the label fixed in the handset.
Place the cover back on the handset by pushing upwards until it is completely closed.
At the end of their useful life, batteries must be disposed of according to the recycling
instructions presented in this booklet.
To avoid damaging your handset, only use certified rechargeable AAA batteries NiMH
1.2 V 550 mAH, never use non rechargeable batteries.
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GETTING STARTED
Services when not in
communication
A language selection screen is displayed.
Press
or
until the required language is
When not in communication, press key
displayed. Press Valid.
BGC
or from the OPER. SERVICES
menu select using
or
the function that
you want to activate from those found in the
.
Making a call
following list and press Valid.
Enter the number of your contact using the
keypad keys.
After each service activation or
deactivation, wait for the
confirmation tone (quick intermittent
tone), then hang up by pressing the
If you enter an invalid digit, press C on the
navigator key
C
to erase the incorrect
digit. Press the green key
handset to make the call.
.
.key.
Using a password is not possible.
on your
Forward ON (*21*) - Activation of forward
call function: enter a number of your choice,
You can also make a call by:
- Pressing the green key
to
access the line.
- Dialling your contact's number.
then press
.
Forward OFF (#21#) - Deactivation of
forward call function.
To enter the pause mode during
dialling, press the 0 key until symbol
"\" appears..
No Reply ON (*61*) - Activation of forward
call in case of no answer function: enter a
number of your choice, then press
During communication, you can
increase or decrease the audio
volume of your handset by pressing
the
or
key on the navigator.
.
No Reply OFF (#61#) - Deactivation of
forward call in case of no answer function.
Belgacom smart services
Fw. Busy ON (*67*) - Activation of forward
call in case of line busy function: enter a
Your handset makes ComfortTM services
simpler to use. Certain services are pre-
number of your choice, then press
programmed in the direct access key
or from the OPER. SERVICES menu.
Fw. Busy OFF (#67#) - Deactivation of
forward call in case of line busy function.
They can be accessed when you are not in
communication (ring back if busy, etc.) or
during
communication
(three
party
conversation, call transfer, etc.).
2 Call ON (*43#) - Activation of 2 Call signal.
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2 Call OFF (#43#) - Deactivation of 2 Call
signal.
At the end of the conversation, press the red
key
Fixed Ca ON (*53*) - Activation of fixed call
function: enter an emergency number of your
choice, then press
During a call
.
During
Fixed Ca Off (#53#) - Deactivation of fixed
call function.
.
Anon. OFF (#31*) - Deactivation of refuse
display of your number for next call: enter this
.
1919 - Know the last call that entered and
was not answered, with possibility of direct
dialling of this number.
options
are
.
While having a conversation with your
contact, you can enable the handset
loudspeaker. Press Menu
When you receive a call your telephone
rings. If you have subscribed to a "Caller
display" service, the caller's information
appears on the screen (unless your caller
has enabled the anonymous mode),
otherwise the "UNKNOWN" screen is
displayed.
.
Select HANDSFREE. Press Activ.
.
When pressing the green key
while engaged in a conversation you
automatically activate the handsfree
mode of the handset, by pressing it
again you deactivate the handsfree
mode.
When the battery charge icon is at
minimum the hands-free function is
turned off until the battery is
recharged.
Pick up by pressing the green key
. To turn off the ringer, press the
silence key
numerous
Handsfree
Receiving a call
or
call,
Select the desired option in the following list:
- HANDSFREE:to activate the handset
speaker.
- CALL TRANSFER: to transfer the call to
another handset.
- SECOND CALL:to make a second call.
- PHONEBOOK:to access the phonebook.
- CALLS:to access the call log.
- SECRET: to mute the handset microphone.
- OPER. SERVICES:to access the Belgacom
services.
Anon. ON (*31*) - Activation of refuse
display of your number for next call: enter this
number, then press
a
accessible by pressing Menu
Ring Back OFF (#37#) - Deactivate the
Belgacom Ring Back service.
number, then press
.
.
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The message HANDSFREE ACTIVATED
appears on the screen. Increase or decrease
the audio volume using
or .
The following instructions are applicable if
you have subscribed to "caller number" or
"caller waiting" - service. In all the other cases you have access to these functions via
the sequence Options, Operator Service.
Call transfer
This function is only accessible when two
handsets or more are registered to the same
base. You can now transfer the call in
progress to another hand set.
During communication, press Menu
Select CALL TRANSFER using
Press Valid.
Receiving a second call whilst on line
During the call, you will hear a beep to tell you
that there is a second call waiting. A screen
will show the second caller's details, if the
"Display number" service is activated on your
line.
.
or
.
.
Press
Select the handset you want to call using
or
. Press Call
to take this new call.
Your other caller is then put on hold and you
can talk with your second caller.
.
Making a second call whilst on line.
The handset called rings, once someone
picks up transfer the call by pressing the red
key
+
During a call, you can put your contact on
hold and call a second one by pressing
.
To retake the call before it is picked
up by the handset called, press
Menu
Menu
Select SECOND CALL using
.
Valid.
Select HANGING UP using
Press Valid.
or
.
or
. Press
.
.
Select your contact's telephone number in
.
the phonebook by pressing
During a call
Valid.
or dial the number using the
keypad and press Call
During a call, you can receive a second
incoming call or place a call to a second
contact. You can then switch from one
contact to the other.
It is also possible to set up a conference
(depending on your subscription).
and press
.
The second call is then launched, with the
first call still on hold.
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To alternate from one call to the other
Dual incoming call management can also be
Press Menu
done via the R key
.
- Accepting a second incoming call:
.
Select SWITCH using
Valid.
or
+
.
- Making a second call during communica-
. Press
.
tion:
+ recipient number.
- Alternating from one call to the
The call in progress is put on hold, and you
can then take the second call.
other:
+
.
- Ending a call and switching to the call on
To end one of the calls and continue the
other one
hold:
+
.
- Setting up a 3 way-call:
Press Menu
.
or
. Press
During a call, you can access your
phonebook to look up a telephone number, a
name contained in an entry or information on
calls stored in your call log.
.
The call in progress is definitely terminated,
and you can then take the second call.
During a call, press Menu
To set up a 3 way-call (the two parties and
yourself)
Three-way calling is only possible
when the second call is made from
your telephone.
using
to
the
.
communication
menu
.
Secret mode
or
. Press
both
parties
You can switch to secret mode at any time
during your conversation. Your handset
microphone will be switched off and the other
person will not be able to hear you.
.
You can then
simultaneously.
and press Valid.
Return
.
Select 3-PARTY CONF using
Valid.
.
Select PHONEBOOK or CALLS using
or
Press Menu
.
Accessing the phonebook or call log
Select HANGING UP using
Valid.
+
talk
to
To activate secret mode:
To end the 3 way-call, press Menu
Select END OF CONF. using
Valid.
or
.
During a call, press Menu
. Press
.
Select SECRET using
Activ.
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.
.
or
. Press
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The SECRET MODE message will appear on
the screen.
.
Your correspondent will be able to hear you
again.
You can choose to activate the
secret mode by continuously
pressing the C key on the navigator.
You can also deactivate the secret
mode by short pressing the C key on
the navigator.
Ending a call
At the end of the conversation, press the red
key
.
Communication between two
handsets
Calls between handsets (internal
calls) are not affected by the call
time limit.
To call another handset, press the
key.
Select with the desired handset with the
or
keys. Press Call
.
You can also easily call another
handset if you know its number.
From the idle screen, enter the
number of the handset. Then press
To deactivate secret mode:
Press Exit
To end the call, press the red key
.
The handset rings. Pick up on the second
handset using the green key
.
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the green key
.
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MENU STRUCTURE
You can navigate through the menus using the navigator key
PHONEBOOK
Option
VIEW
C
SMS
.
EDIT SMS
CALL
READ SMS
EDIT
MEMORY
SEARCH
EMPTY BOX
RING TONE
SETTINGS
SEND SMS
SMS CENTERS
ADD NUMBER
SUB-ADDRESS
NEW ENTRY
PRIVATE BOX
DELETE
CALLS
INCOMING CALLS
ACCESSORIES
ALARM
OUTGOING CALLS
TIMER
EVENTS
BIRTHDAY
ROOM MONITOR.
RING TONE
EXTERNAL CALL
INTERNAL CALL
BEEPS
SILENT MODE
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MENU STRUCTURE
SETTINGS
PROGRAM KEYS
DATE/TIME
KEYPAD LOCK
AUTO HANG UP
EMERGENCY
AUTO PICKUP
TIME LIMIT
VOICE BOX No
RESTRICTION
LANGUAGE
CHANGE CODE
SECURITY
INTRUSION
ADVANCED SET.
SET HANDSET
REGISTRATION
BASE PRIORITY
RESET HANDSET
PERSON. REGISTR
SET BASE
REGISTR. MODE
RESET BASE
DELETE HANDSET
RENAME BASE
SET LINE
NETWORK TYPE
DIAL
FLASHING
PABX PREFIX
2ND CALL
CALLER'S NUM.
SET SMS
SMS CENTERS
SUB-ADDRESS
PRIVATE BOX
OPER. SERVICES
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YOUR PHONEBOOK
YOUR PHONEBOOK
Once the entry appears on the screen,
You can store 40 phonebook entries in your
phonebook.
Each phonebook entry can contain the name
of your contact which can be a maximum of
12 characters long (spaces included), your
contact's telephone number up to 24 digits
and an icon identifying the type of number
(work, home, mobile...).
You can associate a unique ring tone to each
entry and thus create your own call groups.
(To use this service, the caller id service must
be activate on your line.)
Viewing the phonebook
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
until the PHONEBOOK screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm (you can access the
phonebook directly using the
press
to display all of the available
actions that can be executed via the
phonebook entry:
- VIEW: to view the entry data.
- CALL: to call the number associated to the
entry.
- EDIT: to edit the entry (name, number,
icon).
- SEARCH: to search for another entry.
- RING TONE: to assign a unique ring tone
to your handset that will be used each time
this number calls you (caller display
service mandatory).
- SEND SMS: to send an SMS to a number
associated to the entry.
- ADD NUMBER: to enter a new number for
the same name.
- NEW ENTRY: to create a new entry in the
phonebook.
- DELETE: to delete the entry from your
phonebook.
Select the action you wish to perform using
key).
or
The list of phonebook entries organised in
alphabetical order appears.
The first time you access your
phonebook, only the New element
appears in the list.
. Press Valid.
.
To exit the phonebook, press the red
key
.
Creating an entry
Alphanumeric keypad key correspondence.
Select the entry you want to view using
or . Once you have selected it, press OK to
confirm.
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A, B, C, a, b, c, 2
You can call the number that is
associated to the entry directly by
pressing the green key
D, E, F, d, e, f, 3
G, H, I, g, h, i, 4
.
J, K, L, j, k, l, 5
M, N, O, m, n, o, 6
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YOUR PHONEBOOK
Select an icon for this number, using
to specify the type of number:
P, Q, R, S, p, q, r, s, 7
or
T, U, V, t, u, v, 8
W, X, Y, Z, w, x, y, z, 9
: DOMICILE
: MOBILE
special characters
: TRAVAIL
: FAX
space, +, @, -, $, &, %, 0, /
#,".:;!?’()β
Once the icon is selected, press Valid.
To enter text press successively on the
desired key until the letter is displayed on the
screen.
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
A new entry is created. It appears in the
phonebook list. The name of this entry
corresponds to the beginning of your
contact's name which is preceded by a type
icon.
until the PHONEBOOK screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Using a phonebook entry to
place a call
Select New. Press Valid.
On the navigator key
.
.
C
, press
or
until the PHONEBOOK screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
The name input screen appears.
Using the keypad keys, enter the name of
your contact by pressing successively on the
corresponding keys. In case of a mistake,
press C to erase one character at a time.
The list of alphabetical phonebook entries
appears.
Select your contact using
or
.
Once you are done making your changes,
press Valid.
Press the green key
.
to make the call.
The number input screen appears.
Your handset displays the number of your
contact and dials this number automatically.
Now, enter the number of your contact using
the keypad keys. In case of a mistake, press
C to delete one character at a time.
Searching for a contact
Once you are done making your changes,
press Valid.
.
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When referring to your phonebook, you can
search for a contact by:
• navigating through the list using , ,
• using quick search,
• using refined search.
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YOUR PHONEBOOK
Performing a quick search
Select
EDIT
Access your phonebook list, press
successively on the keypad key which
corresponds to the first letter of the name you
are searching for so as to make it appear at
the top of the screen.
Valid.
.
Once the first letter of the name is displayed,
wait a moment.
•
using
or
.
Press
You enter the name input screen. The cursor
is at the end of the name.
• The information is accurate. Press
Valid.
.
To correct the name, press C on the
navigator key
C
to delete characters.
The phonebook selects the first name in the
list that starts with the selected letter.
Make your corrections using the keypad
keys by pressing successively on the
corresponding keys. Once you are
Press or to select the specific entry that
you wish to view or call, press OK to confirm.
finished, press Valid.
You enter the number input screen. The
cursor is at the end of the number.
• The information is accurate. Press
Performing a refined search
In the phonebook menu, press Option
Select SEARCH using
Valid.
or
.
.
. Press
.
•
Valid.
.
To correct the number, press C on the
navigator key
C
to delete the
numbers. Enter the new number and
Using the keypad, enter the first three letters
of the contact you are searching for.
The phonebook positions itself to the entry
which comes closest to those two characters.
press Valid.
.
Select the icon according to the type of
number entered using
or
. Press
Valid.
.
Press or to select the specific entry that
you wish to view or call, press OK to confirm.
To exit the menu, press the red key
Editing an entry
Deleting an entry
To edit a phonebook entry (change the
name, the number and/or the number type
icon), enter the phonebook, select the entry
you want to edit and confirm using OK to
display it on the screen.
To delete an entry, enter the phonebook,
select the entry, press Option
Select DELETE using
Valid.
Once the entry is displayed on the screen,
press
.
15
.
.
.
or
. Press
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A confirmation screen asks you if you wish to
delete the entry.
• If you do not wish to delete the entry,
press No
•
.
To delete the entry, press Yes
. The
entry is deleted from the phonebook.
To exit the menu, press the red key
.
Sending a SMS from phonebook
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
until the PHONEBOOK screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Select the contact using
,
keys
or keypad, enter the first three letters of the
contact. Press
or
to select the specific
entry then press Option
Select SEND SMS using
Valid.
.
or
. Press
.
A text input screen appears. refer to
paragraph
Sending a text message,
page 17.
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SMS SERVICE
Enter the code of the box, if you have
You can use your DECT telephone to send,
receive and track SMS messages. You can
send SMS messages either another fixed
SMS-capable telephone or a mobile
telephone.
If your Twist 388 is the only SMS
appliance connected to your line, do
not configure anything. If this is not
the case, refer to paragraph SMS
settings, page 23.
selected a personal box. Press Valid.
.
A text input screen appears.
Using the keypad keys, enter the text
message by pressing successively on the
corresponding keys.The capital letters are
accessible by long press on
.
Alphanumeric keypad key correspondence
depending on the activated mode (capital
letters or small letters).
’, 1, #, ,, ., :, ?, β,*
Sending a text message
a, b, c, 2
On the navigator key
C
, press
d, e, f, 3
or
until the SMS screen is displayed, press OK
g, h, i, 4
to confirm (
can also be used to directly
access the SMS menu).
j, k, l, 5
Writing a text message
p, q, r, s, 7
Once in the SMS menu, press
or
until
the EDIT SMS appears. Press Valid.
t, u, v, 8
w, x, y, z, 9
.
Use the
,
keys to select either
COMMON BOX or a personal box if one has
been created. Press Valid.
m, n, o, 6
.
special characters
espace, 0, /, +, @, -, $, &, %
#
The SMS will be sent to the box selected.
If no personal box has been created,
only the shared box is displayed on
the screen.
To enter text press successively on the
desired key until the letter is displayed on the
screen.
Making a correction
To create a personal box, select
PERSO BOX MENU and press
Valid.
. Follow the instructions
displayed on the screen. For further
details, refer to the paragraph
Creating a personal box, page 25.
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If you enter the wrong letter, press C on the
navigator key
at a time.
C
to delete one character
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You can also move through the text to delete
characters or insert new ones.
Use
or
to move through the text. Once
you have reached the location where you
want to insert or delete a character. Press
Select
.
Select INSERT CHAR. or DELETE CHAR.
using
or , depending on the operation
you want to carry out. Press Valid.
.
You can choose between the following
options:
- SEND: to send a message.
- STORE: to save your text as a draft. It can
be sent at a later time. The draft message
is archived in the "Draft" box.
- CANCEL: to permanently delete the text
message that you just entered.
- SEND +:to send the text message
specifying options (refer to paragaph
Realising a send + transmission,
page 19).
Capital letters/Small letters
When writing your message, you can enter
capital letters or small letters.
To transmit message
Select SEND
Valid.
During the SMS input, press Select
.
Select CAPITAL LETTER or SMALL
LETTER. Press Valid.
.
Special characters
During the writing process, certain special
characters are accessible by doing the
following.
Press the
button, using
or
and
the keypad numbers, select the desired
character, use
to confirm.
or
.
Press
Enter or search for the receiver's number.
• Enter the number using the keypad.
Press Valid.
.
or
• If the receiver is listed in the phonebook
as one of your contacts, press
(refer
to paragraph Searching for a contact,
page 14). Press Valid.
. Your
contact's number appears. Press
Valid.
.
Enter your recipient terminal number (default
setting 0), press Valid
List of special characters:
.
A confirmation screen appears. It indicates
the type of transmission and the number to
which your message will be sent.
• If the information is accurate. Press
Sending an SMS
Once you are done writing your text
message, press Select
type of delivery.
using
.
to select the
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Confirm
. A message appears on
the screen indicating that the
transmission of your SMS is in progress.
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•
To change the phone number, edit or
modify your text message, press Modify .
Press Edit
.
At the end of the transmission, you can save
a copy of your message. It will be stored in
the Sent SMS folder.
•
•
To save the message, press Yes
.
If you do not want to save the message,
press No
.
or
(see previous paragraph). Press Valid
.
Enter your recipient terminal number (default
.
The transmitter personal box
(page 25) selection menu only
appears when at least one personal
box is created.
to select a transmitter box.
Select the transmitter box from the list that
appears. Press Valid.
.
Enter the box code and press Valid.
.
In the event of a delivery failure
. Press
Enter the number of your recipient just like
you do for the straightforward transmission
Press Yes
To save the message, press Yes
.
If you do not want to save the message,
press No
.
setting 0), press Valid
Valid
.
The information is accurate. Press
Confirm
. A message appears on
the screen indicating that the
transmission of your SMS is in progress.
•
•
Sending + allows you to specify:
• a recipient terminal number,
• a sender mailbox.
Select SEND + using
•
To make a correction, press Edit
.
Make the desired corrections and press
At the end of the transmission, you can save
a copy of your message. It will be stored in
the Sent SMS folder.
Realising a send + transmission
Valid
•
An information screen appears indicating
that your service provider was unable to
deliver your message.
Press CONT.
.
Different options come up on the screen:
- SAVE: to save your text in draft form. Once
it is saved, you will be able to resolve the
potential problems and send your
message at a later time without having to
enter it again.
- TRY AGAIN: to attempt a new delivery.
- DELETE SMS: to permanently delete your
SMS.
- SEE RECEIVER: to check the phone
number or send the SMS again.
- EDIT: to change the delivery type and
number or your text.
Choose an action using
.
Valid.
Once you are done, a screen displays your
receiver's number.
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.
or
. Press
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Reading a message
Using
or , select the folder containing
the message you would like to view. Press
Your telephone has 4 different folders in
which your SMS messages are stored.
- NEW: contains the unread messages.
- INBOX: contains the read messages that
you have chosen to keep.
- SENT: contains the copies of sent
messages that you saved.
- DRAFT: contains the messages that you
wrote and that have not been sent out.
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
until the SMS menu is displayed, press OK to
confirm.
Select READ SMS using
Valid.
or
. Press
.
Select a send box, press Valid.
.
The list of messages contained in the folder
is then displayed, starting with the most
recent message to the oldest one.
The first 4 numbers indicate:
• the arrival time (in 12:00 format) for the
messages received during the current
day,
• the arrival date (in 30/01format) for
messages received previously or prior to
the current day.
The following characters indicate the sender
of the message if he/she is known.
Select the message you would like to view
using
or , press OK to confirm.
The written message is displayed on the
screen.
.
If no personal box has been created,
only the shared box is displayed on
the screen.
According to the SMS mode selected, using
or
or to scroll the text on the screen.
To return to the beginning of the message
To create a personal box, select
PERSO BOX MENU and press
press
Valid.
. Follow the instructions
displayed on the screen. For further
details, refer to the paragraph
Creating a personal box, page 25.
Enter the code of the box, if you have selected a personal box. Press Valid.
Valid.
.
.
To return to the list of messages, move to the
beginning of the message and press
Return
.
Managing read messages
Once the message has been read, press
A list of the different folders appears. The
number of messages contained in each
folder is displayed in brackets.
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Select
and select:
- REPLY: to write an SMS in response to the
message received (the receiver number of
the new SMS will automatically be
entered).
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- ARCHIVE: to keep this message. It will be
stored in the "Inbox" message folder.
- TRANSMIT: to forward this message to a
new recipient. You will be able to modify
the original message.
- DELETE: to permanently delete this SMS.
- CALL: to call the SMS sender number.
- STORE NUMBER: to save the SMS
sender number in your phonebook.
- SMS MODE: Allows to display the
message on one or two lines manually or
automatic.
Select the desired option using
Press Valid.
or
Viewing the memory status
You can store 30 different SMS messages.
These can be indiscriminately distributed
between the various folders.
Once the number of stored SMS has reached
30, an information message will indicate that
no new messages can be stored.
Once the maximum storage
capacity is reached, you cannot
receive new SMS. To receive new
message, please delete some of the
stored messages.
.
.
On the navigator key
Modify the SMS mode
You can also read your message with
different read modes. Three modes are
available :
- AUTO SCROLL: automatic scrolling une
fois vous appuyez sur
ou
selon
le sens de défilement souhaité,
- MANUAL SCROLL: manual scrolling,
- 2 LINES: the text is displayed in 2 lines.
To
activate
Select
one
SMS
Select SMS MODE using
Valid.
press
, press
or
until the SMS screen is displayed, confirm
using OK.
Select MEMORY using
Valid.
or
. Press
.
A screen informs you as to the number of
messages contained in each folder (NEW,
INBOX, SENT and DRAFT). It also indicates
the total number of messages stored and the
amount of space available.
To exit the memory information screen, press
or
. Press
.
Select the SMS mode using
Valid.
mode,
.
C
Return
.
Emptying an SMS folder
or
. Press
.
This function is used to delete all the
messages contained in a folder. To delete
the messages one by one refer to paragaph
Managing read messages, page 20.
When you empty an SMS folder, all
messages linked to a personal box
will not be erased.
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On the navigator key
C
, press
or
until the SMS screen is displayed, confirm
using OK.
Select EMPTY BOX using
Valid.
or
. Press
.
Select the folder you want to empty by
pressing or . Press Valid.
to delete
all messages in the selected folder.
A delete confirmation screen appears.
•
Press No
if you do not want to
empty the folder.
•
Press Yes
to empty the folder.
To exit the menu, press the red key
.
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SMS SETTINGS
You can access the SETTINGS menu via the
SMS menu or the ADVANCED SET.
submenu in the SETTINGS menu.
Modifying the SMS centre
numbers
Carry out this operation again for all other
SMS centres.
Then define the SMS centre to be used for
sending.
Choose the SMS transmission centre
Select SEND CENTER using keys
This function is used to modify the SMS
centre numbers. You can enter up to 4 SMS
centre numbers to receive and one to send.
By default, the send number (1717) is
programmed in SMS 2 centre and the
reception number (01717) in SMS 1 centre.
C
, press
Edit
. Select the required centre
and
and press
using keys
•
Valid.
.
To keep the current SMS centre, press
Confirm
.
Valid.
. Press
.
Select SMS CENTERS using
Valid.
or
or
. Press
.
Select the SMS centre you want to enter
or modify the number using keys or .
Press Valid.
.
An information screen gives the number of
the SMS centre.
•
•
To change the number, press Edit
.
Enter the new number in the input screen
and press Valid.
.
To keep the number, press
Confirm
.
or
until the SMS screen is displayed, press OK
to confirm.
Select SETTINGS using
.
Press Valid.
.
• To change the send SMS centre, press
To exit the menu, press the red key
On the navigator key
or
.
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Terminal number
This number is configured at the factory and
you do not usually need to modify it, if the
Twist 388 terminal is the only compatible
terminal connected on your telephone line.
However, if several SMS terminals are
installed on your line, they must have
different terminal numbers. You must modify
the terminal number for one of them.
Modifying the terminal number
If you have several SMS-type devices
connected to the same telephone line, you
must assign a different number ranging from
0 to 9 to each device.
Remember to give your contacts the terminal
number on which you would like to receive
your messages.
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Telephone line
0123456789
MOTHER
FATHER
SISTER
1
2
3
BROTHER COLLECTIVE
4
If your contact forgets to include the
terminal number, the SMS message
will be sent to terminal 0 by default.
If no device is parameterised with
the terminal number 0, the message
will be sent to you in the form of a
voice message.
If you do not assign a different
number to each SMS-type device
connected on the same line, you will
not be able to receive SMS.
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
until the SMS screen is displayed, press OK
to confirm.
Select SETTINGS using
or
. Press
To exit the menu, press the red key
.
SMS boxes
"Personal boxes" allow you to receive
personal SMS. These SMS will arrive in the
New folder, the box owner will be able to view
them by entering the user code that he will
have defined when creating his SMS box.
You can create up to 9 "personal boxes"
which allow the different users to manage
their private SMS (transmission, reception,
archive).
Each box is protected by a code and
identified by a number representing the
corresponding sub-address.
Sub-Addressing
You have 10 sub-addresses (9 personal and
1 collective) assigned to your telephone line
(telephone number). You can assign each
one of these sub-addresses:
• to a terminal (the SMS for this subaddress arrive in the DECT base
collective box).
• or to a personal box (the SMS received
for this sub-address arrive in the private
pass-word protected SMS box).
.
Select SUB-ADDRESS using
or
. Press
.
An information screen shows the current
number of the telephone SMS terminal.
•
.
0
For example, in the case of an SMS message
addressed to the device FATHER your
contact will send his SMS to:
0123456789 2
(Telephone number followed by the terminal
number)
Valid.
To keep the terminal number, press
Confirm
Terminal number
Valid.
•
To change the number, press Edit
Then select the number using
or
keys. Press Valid.
.
.
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The sub-address is a number that must be
added at the end of your telephone number
(11th digit) by those who wish to send you
SMS.
If you use the same sub-address
twice for the same telephone line,
your units may not receive the SMS
for this sub-address.
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If you do not give a terminal number
to each SMS capable device that is
connected to the same telephone
line , you cannot receive SMS.
The user code must contain 4 digits.
Enter the code associated to the box again.
Press Valid.
Example:
MOTHER: Box 6
SMS sent to 0123456789 6
Bertrand : Box 5
SMS sent to 0123456789 5
PAPA : Box 7
SMS sent to 0123456789 7
.
The telephone provides you with a terminal
number associated to the box. Press
Confirm
to keep this terminal number.
Telephone line
0123456789
0
Common box
0123456789 0
Sub-Address
1
Common box
0123456789 1
Press Edit
to change the terminal
number. Select one of the terminal numbers
2
Common box
0123456789 2
available in the list. Press Valid.
.
Creating a personal box
The name is added to the personal box list.
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
until the SMS screen is displayed, press OK
to confirm.
Select SETTINGS using
Valid.
or
. Press
.
.
Select
NEW
Valid.
.
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
. Press
Select READ SMS. Press Valid.
using
or
.
Press
Enter the box name. Press Valid.
.
Valid.
If you enter a name that already
exists, a message tells you that the
name already exists. The box name
can have no more than 6 characters.
the
personal
box
.
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code.
.
Press
.
Select the folder NEW or INBOX using
or
. Press Valid.
.
Select the message using
Enter the code associated to the box. Press
.
Select the personal box. Press Valid.
Enter
Valid.
or
until the SMS screen is displayed, press OK
to confirm.
Select PRIVATE BOX using
Valid.
Viewing a message from a personal
box
Select
.
or
. Press
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The message is displayed on the screen. For
details regarding the operations you can
perform, refer to paragraph Reading a
message, page 20.
Modifying or removing a personal
box
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
until the SMS screen is displayed, press OK
to confirm.
Select SETTINGS using
Valid.
or
Select PRIVATE BOX using
Valid.
. Press
.
or
. Press
.
Select CANCEL or EDIT using
Press Valid.
or
keys.
.
Select the name of the personal box you
want to modify or delete using or . Press
CANCEL
or Edit
choice made previously.
depending on the
If an SMS is sent to a personal box
not listed on your telephone (or if
this box was removed), the SMS will
not be delivered.
If you delete a personal box, you
must confirm it at the end of the
procedure by entering the basic
code. All the messages it contains
are erased.
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CALL LOG
CALL LOG
This menu enables you to view the call
or event lists of your telephone.
The dialled call log presents the calls you
made.
The received call log presents the calls you
received.
The event log groups together all the new
events that took place in your absence:
• reception of an SMS,
• calls received during your absence,
• messages saved in PhoneMail.
Viewing the received and dialled
call log
To view the previous calls, use
or . The
calls are organised in chronological order,
from the most recent call to the oldest call.
By pressing Option
, a list of various
executable actions appears:
- VIEW: To view the selected call again.
- CALL: To call the number.
- DELETE: To delete the call currently
viewed.
- STORE NUMBER: To store the name and
number in the phonebook.
- SEND SMS: To send an SMS to your
contact.
- DELETE ALL: To delete all calls.
To return to the call view screen, press
On the navigator key
C
, press
Return
or
until the CALLS screen is displayed, press
OK to confirm.
.
To exit the menu, press the red key
.
Choose INCOMING CALLS or OUTGOING
CALLS, using
or
. Press Valid.
Calling the last number dialled
(Redial)
.
The presentation screen for the last call
received or dialled appears.
This screen presents the following
information :
• Complete name of your correspondent
for received calls (if you have subscribed
to the "caller name" or the "caller
number" service and that the name
associated with the number is registered
in your directory;
For a dialled call if the name is registered
in the directory).
• The time (for the calls received during
the current day) or the date (in 30/01
format, for calls received previously or
prior to the current day).
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Your telephone has a shortcut key that can
be used to automatically redial the last
number dialled.
From the idle screen, press and hold the
green key
until the Call log screen
appears. Release
, the last dialled
number appears. Press the green key
again. The number is dialled automatically.
You can view the other dialled calls
by pressing or on the navigator
key
C
.
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Calling a number listed in the
dialled and received call log
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
until the CALLS screen is displayed, press
OK to confirm.
Select OUTGOING CALLS or INCOMING
CALLS, using
or
. Press Valid.
.
A summary screen appears. It informs you as
to the various events that took place during
your absence:
• reception of an SMS,
• calls received during your absence,
• messages saved in PhoneMail.
Choose the event using
Valid.
or
. Press
.
The event appears on the screen.
The presentation screen for the last call
received or dialled appears.
Use or to locate the contact you wish to
call. The calls are organised in chronological
order, from the most recent call to the oldest
call.
Activate/deactivate the new
events information screen
The new events information screen can be
switched off. Events can then be consulted in
the CALLS / EVENTS / VIEW menu. The
default setting is active.
Once the call is displayed on the screen,
press the green key
On the navigator key
.
C
The number is dialled automatically.
Viewing the events log
Select EVENTS using
If one or more new events occurred during
your absence, the information screen "NEW
EVENTS !" appears.
Valid.
or
. Press
.
. Press Valid.
.
If you do not wish to view the event log at
this time, press the red key
•
or
Select ACTIVATE or DEACTIVATE using
or
•
, press
until the Calls screen is displayed, press OK
to confirm.
If the DEACTIVATE option is confirmed, you
can consult new elements. To do this:
• Select VIEW using
or
.
.
To view the event log, press
or
.
Once the event log has been
viewed, the information screen
disappears. You can however view
it again via the "CALLS" menu.
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•
Press Valid.
.
Choose the event using
Press Valid.
or
.
The event appears on the screen.
.
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ACCESSORIES
ACCESSORIES
This menu offers you numerous additional
functionalities:
• Alarm clock: to use your handset as an
alarm clock.
• Timer: to remind you of an event
(programmed to sound at the end of a
few minutes or a few hours).
• Birthday: the handset will ring at the set
date and time to remind you of the name
of the person to whom you would like to
wish happy birthday.
• Monitoring a room: use a handset to
monitor a room.
If the alarm timeout expires (wake
up, timer, anniversary and agenda)
during a call, a beep is emitted in the
ear-phone and the message of
alarm appears on the screen while
flickering.
An information screen shows the alarm clock
status.
- the time at which the handset will ring,
- if the alarm is on or off.
•
To keep these settings, press
•
Valid.
.
To change the alarm time or status (on
or off), press Edit
.
A list showing the different settings appears.
Activating or deactivating the alarm
clock
To activate or deactivate the alarm clock
without changing the time.
Select ACTIVATE or DEACTIVATE in the list
using
or
. Press Valid.
.
The alarm settings information screen
appears showing the new status. Press
Alarm clock
The alarm function enables you to activate
the handset ringer every day at a set time.
When the alarm is triggered the selected ring
tone sounds for 60 seconds through the
handset speaker and an alert screen is
displayed. To turn off the alarm press any key
on the handset.
Valid.
.
Modifying the alarm clock time
Select SET TIME in the list using
Press Valid.
On the navigator key
C
The
, press
Select ALARM using
Valid.
or
Yes
or
until the ACCESSORIES screen
displayed, press OK to confirm.
is
. Press
.
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.
Enter the time at which you would like the
alarm clock to sound. Press Valid.
Setting the alarm clock
or
.
activation
screen
appears.
to activate the alarm.
.
Press
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Changing the alarm clock ring tone
C
On the navigator key
To modify the alarm clock ring tone, select
RING TONE in the alarm clock menu using
or
. Press Valid.
Select TIMER using
Select the desired ring tone using
Press
or
volume.
or
is
.
The list of ring tones appears.
Press Volume
setting screen.
, press
until the ACCESSORIES screen
displayed, press OK to confirm.
or
.
to access the volume
•
. Press
displayed delay, press Start
.
To change the programmed time, press
Edit
to increase or decrease the
Once the volume is set, press Valid.
or
Valid.
.
• To launch the timer without changing the
.
A list showing the different settings appears.
Changing the programmed time
of the timer
.
Select SET DURATION in the list. Press
An information screen shows the alarm clock
settings, press Valid.
Valid.
.
.
Enter the desired time. Press Valid.
To exit the menu, press the red key
.
Press Return
activation screen.
.
to display the timer
Timer
The timer activation screen appears with the
The timer function activates the handset
ringer at a programmed time. You can view
the programmed time on the screen.
Incoming calls are displayed directly
without interrupting the timer. For
access to timer adjustment you must
stop it once it is started.
Once the specified time has elapsed, the
handset rings for 60 seconds and the alarm
screen is activated. Turn off the alarm by
pressing Stop
ringing.
. The handset stops
modification. Press Start
timer.
Changing the timer ring tone
To modify the timer ring tone, select RING
TONE using keys
or
. Press Valid.
.
The list of ring tones appears, the handset
plays the ring tone.
Select the ring tone using keys
Press Volume
setting screen.
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to launch the
or
.
to access the volume
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ACCESSORIES
Press
or
to increase or decrease the
volume. Once the volume is set, press
Valid.
Select BIRTHDAY using
Valid.
. Press
.
.
Select New using
Press Return
screen appears.
. Press Valid.
.
Enter the name of the person concerned
using the keypad keys. To delete a character,
.
press the C key. Press Valid.
Displaying or hiding the
programmed time of the timer
.
Enter the birth date using the keypad keys.
Press Valid.
To display (or hide) the time on the screen
during its countdown, select VIEW in the
Timer menu using
or
. Press
Valid.
or
, the timer activation
Launch the timer by pressing Start
.
.
Enter the alarm activation time. Press
Valid.
.
Viewing a birthday alarm
A screen appears indicating if you want to
show the timer, press Yes
No
or
or press
In the birthday alarm list screen, select the
alarm you would like to view using
or ,
and press OK to confirm.
.
To exit the menu, press the red key
.
Birthday alarms
You can programme birthday alarms
(10 alarms) on your DECT telephone. Your
telephone will ring for 60 seconds and an
alarm screen will appear to remind you of
such events. The alarm screen will remain
displayed until one of the keypad keys is
pressed.
Adding a new birthday alarm
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
until the ACCESSORIES screen
displayed, press OK to confirm.
is
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The birthday alarm entry appears on the
screen. This entry consists of:
• the name of the person concerned,
• the birth date,
• the time at which you would like to be
notified by the alarm.
Modifying or deleting a birthday
alarm
In the birthday alarm list screen, select the
alarm you wish to edit using
or . Press
Option
.
The following options are available:
- VIEW: to view the alarm data.
- EDIT: to change the alarm name or date.
- DELETE: to remove a birthday
or organiser alarm.
- RING TONE: to set the ring tone that will
sound when the alarm goes off.
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ACCESSORIES
- NEW ENTRY: to set up a new alarm.
To exit the menu, press the red key
The handset in sender mode does
not ring to notify you of incoming
calls. It can therefore be placed in a
room where someone is sleeping.
.
Monitoring a room
•
Two handsets must be registred on the same
base to use this function. You can use your
handset to monitor a room. This allows you,
for example, to monitor a baby's room.
To do so, place one of the handsets in the
room to be monitored. This unit will be in
"sender" mode.
The other handset will remain with you, it is in
"receiver" mode.
On the receiver handset:
On the navigator key
C
, press
Select ROOM MONITOR. using
Press Valid.
is
or
.
or
.
.
Select the sender handset using
Press Call
.
On the transmitter handset:
A screen invites you to activate the monitor
mode (sender mode). Press Yes
To make a call: press Call
dial the number
and
To answer a call: press green
key
.
To stop monitoring:
- Press Stop
on the transmitter set.
The receiver set will automatically return to
the standby screen.
- Press Stop
on the receiver set and
confirm by pressing Yes
.
The sender handset rings, pick up using the
green key
When in monitor mode, the receiver
handset can be used to make calls.
At the end of the call, the handset
will automatically return in monitor
mode.
or
until the ACCESSORIES screen
displayed, press OK to confirm.
Keep the receiver handset with you.
.
Both handsets are now in monitor mode.
• Place the sender handset in the room to
be monitored.
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and
Stop
on the transmitter handset at
the same time.
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RING TONE
RING TONE
Activating or deactivating the
beeps
This menu allows you to modify the ring
tones and the visual interface of the handset,
and particularly:
• to assign different ring tones for incoming
calls outsides or intercom (between
handsets),
• to activate or deactivate tones being
sounded when pressing the keypad
or when validating the settings
information of your handset.
• activate or deactivate silent mode.
Changing the ring tones
This menu enables you to associate a unique
ring tone to incoming calls or internal calls
(intercom).
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
until the RING TONE screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
until the RING TONE screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Select BEEPS using
Valid.
Select the beep type using
Valid.
or
. Press
.
or
. Press
.
KEYTONE: the handset beeps when a key is
pressed.
BATTERY LOW: the handset beeps when
the battery is too low.
CHARGER: the handset beeps when you
hang up the handset.
An information screen displays the beep
status for the selected item (Active
or Inactive).
Select EXTERNAL CALL or INTERNAL
•
To change the status, press Edit
.
The status is modified on the screen.
CALL using
Press Valid.
or
. Press Valid.
.
•
.
To keep the status, press Valid.
.
To exit the menu, press the red key
.
Select the ring tone of your choice using the
or
keys then press Volume
Adjust the ringer volume using
Valid.
.
or
, press
.
To exit the menu, press the red key
.
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RING TONE
Activating/deactivating the
silent mode
When in silent mode, the telephone ringer
and keypad beeps are inhibited.
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
until the RING TONE screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Select SILENT MODE using
Valid.
or
. Press
.
When you activate the silent mode,
your handset is muted for all timer,
organiser-type functions...
Press Yes
to activate the silent mode.
To exit the menu, press the red key
.
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SETTINGS
SETTINGS
Once the
This menu enables you to change or
customise the handset and base parameters.
Programming a key
and
keys on your handset giving
you direct access to certain functions right
from the idle screen.
C
invites you to programme the key
To modify the function, press Edit
.
•
To keep the function, press Valid.
.
, press
Modifying the date and time
On the navigator key
or
or
, press
or
or
. Press
.
.
A screen displays the current date.
Enter the date in DD/MM/YY format and
.
A screen presents the function currently
assigned the
C
Select DATE/TIME using
Valid.
Select PROGRAM KEYS using
.
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Press Valid.
.
•
To exit the menu, press the red key
This function enables you to programme the
On the navigator key
key is programmed, a screen
key.
press Valid.
.
•
To keep the function, press Valid.
.
A screen displays the current time.
Enter the time in HH/ MM format and press
•
To modify the function, press Edit
.
Valid.
Choose from the function list the function you
want to assign to the key. Press
or
to
select one of the following functions:
• SILENCE
• ALARM
• TIMER
• KEY LOCK
• NUMBER
• OPER. SERVICES
To exit the menu, press the red key
.
Using the auto hang up and pick
up features
The auto hang up feature enables you to
automatically hang up by simply putting the
handset back on its base.
• REDIAL
Press Valid.
.
.
With the number function, you
associate a telephone number to a
program key. You can thus quickly
call your contact.
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If the auto hang up feature is on,
communication ends when the
handset is put back on its base.
When active, the auto pick up feature
enables you to automatically pick up as soon
as you remove the handset from its base.
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SETTINGS
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Select AUTO HANG UP (or AUTO PICKUP)
using
or
. Press Valid.
.
The programmed number is displayed on the
screen,
• The number is correct, press
Valid.
•
.
To modify the number, press Edit
.
Delete the numbers using the navigator C
A screen displays the current status (on
or off).
•
To change the status, press Edit
•
To keep the status, press Valid.
.
To exit the menu, press the red key
.
key. Enter the number. Press Valid.
To exit the menu, press the red key
.
.
.
Modifying the language
Modifying the Voice box number
(Phonemail)
This function enables you to change the
screen display language.
C
This function enables you to receive calls
when absent on a voice messaging service of
the switched network.
On the navigator key
To indicate that a new message has been
received the reception indicator on the
handset is lit in red and the new event
message is displayed on the screen.
Select LANGUAGE using
To check your voice messaging
service, hold down key
.
The number of your voice messaging service
is set in the factory. To change this number,
proceed as follows:
Valid.
On the navigator key
, press
or
or
•
To keep the setting, press Valid.
•
To change the setting, press Edit
.
.
Choose the desired language from the
language list. Press
or
to select the
.
The screen shows the new language used.
Press Valid.
Select VOICE BOX No using
To exit the menu, press the red key
Valid.
. Press
An information screen presents the current
language used.
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
or
or
.
language. Press Valid.
C
, press
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
. Press
.
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.
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SETTINGS
SECURITY
Programming an emergency
number
This menu enables you to change
or customise the security parameters of your
telephone. You can:
• lock the keypad,
• programme an emergency number,
• modify the base code,
• define the call time limit,
• define forbidden prefixes,
• authorise or deny communication to a
number of handsets.
This function allows you to define an
emergency number which can be enabled or
disabled.
• Once it is activated, the emergency number will be automatically dialled when the
•
green key
is pressed from the idle
screen.
Once activated, you can however call a
different number with pre-dialling by
dialling a number and pressing
The following types of numbers
should not be programmed: Fire,
emergency and police rescue
services...
Locking/unlocking the keypad
To lock/unlock the keypad, press
and hold the keypad key
some time.
for
On the navigator key
You can also lock your keypad via the
SECURITY menu.
C
C
, press
or
Valid.
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Select SECURITY using
Valid.
. Press
.
Select KEYPAD LOCK using
Valid.
or
or
. Press
.
To lock the keypad, press Yes
, press
or
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Select SECURITY using
On the navigator key
.
Select EMERGENCY using
Valid.
or
. Press
.
or
. Press
.
An information screen displays the current
stored emergency number and indicates
whether it is enabled or disabled.
•
To keep the setting, press Valid.
.
•
To modify the setting, press Edit
.
.
A screen indicates that the keypad is locked.
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A list of various executable actions appears:
- ACTIVATE: to activate the emergency
number.
- DEACTIVATE: to deactivate the
emergency number.
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SETTINGS
Defining the call time limit
- CHANGE NO: to modify the emergency
number.
To modify the emergency number, select
CHANGE NO. Press Valid.
.
Enter the new number using the keypad. You
can pick a number from the phonebook.
Press
Valid.
You can set your telephone's operating
time. Once the call time limit is used up, it is
no longer possible to make calls.
To be able to call again, you will have to
deactivate the call time limit or set a new limit.
If the time limit ends during a
telephone conversation,
communication will not be cut off.
Once you have hung up, it will not be
possible to make a new call. Calls
between handsets (internal calls)
are not affected by the call time limit.
, make your selection and
.
Press Valid.
.
The active mode is set automatically.
An information screen presents the new
emergency number.
To activate/deactivate the emergency
number, select the corresponding option.
Press Valid.
.
To exit the menu, press the red key
On the navigator key
C
Select SECURITY using
Valid.
Valid.
The emergency number is automatically
activated. The name of the handset
displayed on the idle screen becomes
EMERGENCY.
This number will not be dialled if the
time limit is end.
Refer to paragraph Defining the call
time limit. The emergency number
takes priority over the Belgacom
"fixed call service".
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or
or
. Press
or
. Press
.
Select TIME LIMIT using
.
, press
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
.
An information screen displays the remaining
time limit and its status.
•
To keep the setting, press Confirm
•
To modify the setting, press Edit
.
.
Enter the base code (default is 0000). Press
Valid.
.
A list of various executable actions appears:
- ACTIVATE:To activate the emergency
number.
- DEACTIVATE:To deactivate the
emergency number.
- EDIT TIME: To modify the emergency
number.
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SETTINGS
Select EDIT TIME using
Valid.
or
. Press
The prefix screen appears.
.
You can programme up to
5 forbidden prefixes.
Enter the new time limit using the keypad
(maximum 999 minutes). Press Valid.
the active mode is set automatically.
,
Once the modifications have been made, the
information screen shows the new call time
limit.
For creating or modifying a prefix
Select an empty location (dashes) or a prefix
to modify using
or
. Press Valid.
.
The prefix input screen appears.
To exit the menu, press the red key
.
Defining forbidden prefixes - Call
barring
You can prohibit the use of certain prefixes
on your telephone. When a prefix is
forbidden, it becomes impossible to call
numbers that begin by this prefix.
Depending on the programmed
prefixes, certain numbers will no
longer be accessible. For example, if
you programmed 06 as a forbidden
prefix, it will not be possible to call a
number that begins by 06.
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
Enter
the
Press
.
prefix
using
the
keypad.
For deleting a prefix:
Select the prefix you wish to delete with the
keys
or
, press Valid.
.
The window for filling in the prefix opens.
Don't fill in any number but press
ly.
direct-
The prefix is deleted and the place chosen
before is empty (dashes).
When all prefixes are programmed, press
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Return
.
A restriction activation screen appears, press
Select SECURITY using
Valid.
or
. Press
Yes
v to activate restriction.
.
To exit the menu, press the red key
Select RESTRICTION using
Valid.
or
. Press
.
Enter the base code. Press Valid.
.
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SETTINGS
Modifying the base code
To join the conversation in progress
from the second hanset, press the
The base code (0000 being the default
setting) is required to access certain security
functions. It must be composed of 4 digits.
On the navigator key
C
, press
Valid.
or
Valid.
. Press
.
or
. Press
Enter the old base code using the keypad
(default is 0000). Press Valid.
.
Enter the new base code using the keypad.
Press Valid.
Select SECURITY using
, press
or
or
. Press
or
. Press
.
Select INTRUSION using
Valid.
.
C
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Valid.
Select CHANGE CODE using
key
On the navigator key
or
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Select SECURITY using
green
.
A screen displays the current status (on
or off).
•
To change the status, press Edit
•
To keep the status, press Valid.
.
.
To exit the menu, press the red key
.
.
Confirm by entering the new base code
again. Press Valid.
.
To exit the menu, press the red key
.
Carefully note down the base code
number. You will need this code to
change certain settings.
Authorising listening in
The intrusion function authorises or prevents
a second handset registered on the same
base from joining in a current conversation. If
the intrusion mode is active, it is then
possible to join a conversation in progress
using another handset.
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SETTINGS
HANDSET SETTINGS
On the base:
Put the base to which you want to register the
handset in registration mode:
Registering a new handset to a
base
To register a new handset to a base you
must:
• put the handset in registration mode,
• put the base in registration mode.
Once this is done, the registration (mutual
recognition of the base and the new handset)
will be done automatically (registration can
take a few seconds).
If the code of the base has been
modified (different from 0000), the
registration will not be possible with
this procedure, refer to paragraph
Personal registering, page 42
Take the handset to be registered:
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Select ADVANCED SET. using
Press Valid.
.
.
Select SET HANDSET using
Valid.
or
or
. Press
•
For the Twist 388, press on the
•
button on the base for a few seconds.
For other base stations, refer to their
user guides.
The green light blinks rapidly, the base is in
registration mode.
The new handset and the base are mutually
searching for each other. The registration
may take several seconds.
Once the handset is registered, the handset
automatically exits the registration mode and
lets you know the registration is done.
You can also set your base to the
registration mode using a handset
already registered by selecting the
Registration function in the menu
SETTINGS/ADVENCED SET/SET
BASE.
Modifying the base preference
This function enables you to specify which
base will be used by your handset to make
calls (if your handset is registered to several
bases).
.
Select REGISTRATION. Press Valid.
.
Press Yes
to put the handset in
registration mode.
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Select ADVANCED SET.. Press Valid.
.
The handset enters the registration mode.
Select SET HANDSET. Press Valid.
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SETTINGS
Select BASE PRIORITY using
Press Valid.
or
.
.
Press Valid.
An information screen presents the current
base preference for your handset.
• To keep the preference, press
•
Valid.
.
To modify the preference, press
. Press Valid.
.
To exit the menu, press the red key
.
Resetting the handset
When you reset your handset, all the
parameters are reset to their initial value
(factory settings) with the exception of the
phonebook, alarms and SMS parameters.
When resetting the handset, the
security functions (forbidden
prefixes and time limit duration) are
not set back to their initial value.
or
.
.
A confirmation screen will prompt you to
confirm your request:
• To re-initialise your handset, press
•
Edit
.
A list provides the bases among which
you can choose the preferred base to
which you want your handset to be
registered. With the automatic mode you
are not required to specify the
preference.
Select the base preference using
or
Select RESET HANDSET using
Yes
.
If you do not wish to re-initialise your
handset, press No
.
To exit the menu, press the red key
.
Personal registering
To register a handset in the following cases:
• the base’s code is no longer 0000 (you
have customised the code),
• you own several bases,
• you want to choose a name for your base
(name displayed on the welcome
screen),
• you want to choose the handset
registration number.
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Select ADVANCED SET.. Press Valid.
.
Select SET HANDSET. Press Valid.
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
Select PERSON. REGISTR using
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Press Valid.
.
or
,
.
Select the required base number. Press
Select ADVANCED SET.. Press Valid.
Select SET HANDSET. Press Valid.
.
Valid.
.
Delete the current base name using C key (if
necessary).
.
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SETTINGS
Enter the new name, press Valid.
.
Enter the base code. Press Valid.
.
BASE SETTINGS
The handset enters the registration mode,
"HANDSET IN REGISTR. MODE" is
displayed on the screen.
Put the base to which you want to register the
handset in registration mode.
Once the handset is registered, select the
required handset number. Press Valid.
Using a handset to put the base
in registration mode
This function enables you to put the base in
registration mode so you can register a new
handset. To do so, the handset to be
registered must be in registration mode (refer
to paragraph Registering a new handset to
a base, page 41).
.
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
On the base:
Put the base to which you want to register the
handset in registration mode:
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
•
For the Twist 388, press on the
Select ADVANCED SET. using
button on the base for a few seconds.
For other base stations, refer to their
user guides.
Press Valid.
•
Select SET BASE using
Valid.
The green light blinks rapidly, the base is in
registration mode.
The new handset and the base are mutually
searching for each other. The registration
may take several seconds.
Once the handset is registered, the handset
automatically exits the registration mode and
lets you know the registration is done.
You can also set your base to the
registration mode using a handset
already registered by selecting the
Registration function in the menu
SETTINGS/ADVENCED SET/SET
BASE.
.
or
. Press
.
Select REGISTR. MODE using
Press Valid.
or
.
.
A screen prompts you to confirm the setting
of the base to the registration mode. Press
Yes
to enter the registration mode. The
indicator light on your base starts to quickly
blink green.
Your base will remain in registration mode for
about 1 minute.
You can also put the base in
registration mode by pressing the
base button
flashes.
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or
.
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SETTINGS
Resetting the base
On the navigator key
When you reset your base, all the base
parameters are reset to their initial values
(factory settings), your SMS are not deleted.
C
, press
or
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Select ADVANCED SET.. Press Valid.
On the navigator key
C
, press
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Select SET BASE. Press Valid.
Select ADVANCED SET.. Press Valid.
Press Valid.
.
Select DELETE HANDSET using
Select SET BASE. Press Valid.
Select RESET BASE using
Valid.
or
.
or
.
.
.
Select the handset you wish to unregister in
the list by pressing
or
. Press
. Press
Valid.
.
.
A screen prompts you to confirm the
A confirmation screen will prompt you to
confirm your request:
unregistration. Press Yes
the handset.
•
•
To exit the menu, press the red key
To reset the base, press Yes
.
If you do not wish to reset the base,
press No
.
or
.
.
Renaming the base
Enter the base code. Press Valid.
. The
RE-INIT. IN PROCESS
message
is
displayed on the screen.
To exit the menu, press the red key
to unregister
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
.
When resetting the base, the base
code becomes 0000 again.
Select ADVANCED SET.. Press Valid.
Select SET BASE. Press Valid.
De-registering a handset
Select RENAME BASE using
This function enables you to de-register a
handset from your base. This may be
necessary if you have lost a handset or if you
already have 6 handsets registered to the
same base.
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Valid.
.
.
or
. Press
.
Select the base for which you want to modify
the name using
or
. Press Valid.
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SETTINGS
Enter the new name using the keypad. Press
Valid.
.
To exit the menu, press the red key
LINE SETTINGS
Before changing the settings of the
telephone line, contact your operator
to obtain the parameters for your
line.
.
Modifying the network type
Your DECT telephone can be installed on a
public or private network (when using a
PABX).
This function enables you to configure your
telephone according to the type of network.
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Select ADVANCED SET. using
Press Valid.
.
.
Select SET LINE using
Valid.
or
or
. Press
.
Select NETWORK TYPE using
Press Valid.
or
.
.
A screen presents the current status (public
or private).
•
To keep the status, press Valid.
•
To change the status, press Edit
.
.
The status is modified on the screen, press
Valid.
.
To exit the menu, press the red key
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SETTINGS
Modifying the dialling mode
If you telephone is connected to an old
PABX, you might have to change the number
system.
The default dialling mode is tone.
On the navigator key
C
, press
Select ADVANCED SET.. Press Valid.
Select
DIAL
Valid.
.
using
or
.
On the navigator key
.
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Press
•
To keep the status, press Valid.
.
•
To modify the status, press Edit
.
C
, press
Select FLASHING using
.
or
Select ADVANCED SET.. Press Valid.
Select SET LINE. Press Valid.
The status is modified on the screen, press
To exit the menu, press the red key
Contact your administrator, who will supply
the appropriate time period, and proceed to
the new settings. The value for Belgacom is
120 ms.
.
A screen displays the current status (pulse
or tone).
Valid.
If you connect your telephone to a private
automatic branch exchange or use it in a
foreign country, you may need to modify the
flash duration in order to use your telephone
correctly with regard to the following
functionalities: outgoing 2nd call, incoming
2nd call, 3 way calling.
or
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Select SET LINE. Press Valid.
Modifying the flash duration
(R key)
Valid.
.
.
or
. Press
.
An information screen presents the current
flash duration.
• To keep the duration, press
.
Confirm
•
.
To modify the duration, press Edit
Select the new duration using
Valid.
or
. Press
.
To exit the menu, press the red key
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SETTINGS
Setting a PABX prefix
Enter the prefix using the keypad, press
If a private automatic branch exchange is
used, you can programme the external call
prefix.
Valid.
.
To modify the digits before prefix, select
EDIT LENGTH using
or
, press
Valid.
With this function you can set the:
• PABX prefix number,
• dialled number length at which point the
PABX will be automatically dialled (this
length is called "digit before prefix").
• prefix status (on or off).
.
Enter the digits before prefix using the
keypad, press Valid.
.
To exit the menu, press the red key
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
To enter the pause mode during
dialling, press the 0 key until symbol
"/" appears.
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Select ADVANCED SET.. Press Valid.
Select SET LINE. Press Valid.
Select PABX PREFIX using
Valid.
.
.
or
. Press
.
.
2nd call
This function allows you to activate
or deactivate the outgoing 2nd call option
during communication. You can only activate
this, if you subscribe to the "COMFORT" and
"Number display" services.
An information screen presents the PABX
setting in progress. Press
Press Yes
or
key.
, to modify this setting.
, press
or
Select ADVANCED SET.. Press Valid.
Select SET LINE. Press Valid.
Select 2ND CALL using
Valid
To modify the prefix, select PREFIX using
, press Valid.
C
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Select the desired option:
- ACTIVATE/DEACTIVATE: to select a
status.
- PREFIX: to enter the number giving you
access to the outside line.
- EDIT LENGTH: to specify the «digits
before prefix».
- EXIT PABX: to exit the menu.
or
On the navigator key
.
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SETTINGS
A screen displays the current status (on
or off).
•
To change the status, press Edit
The status is modified on the screen,
•
To keep the status, press Valid.
press Valid.
.
If the function is inactive, the caller
number is not visible when you
receive a call. However, your
correspondent's number is visible
when you consult the log.
.
To exit the menu, press the red key
To exit the menu, press the red key
.
Caller’s Number
This function allows you to activate or
deactivate the displaying of caller’s number
on your handset. You can only activate this,
if you subscribe to the "Number display"
service.
On the navigator key
C
, press
or
until the SETTINGS screen is displayed,
press OK to confirm.
Select ADVANCED SET.. Press Valid.
Select SET LINE. Press Valid.
Select CALLER’S NUM. using
Press Valid.
.
.
or
.
.
A screen displays the current status (on
or off).
•
To change the status, press Edit
The status is modified on the screen,
•
To keep the status, press Valid.
press Valid.
.
.
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APPENDIX
Care and Maintenance
Use a slightly damp cloth to wipe the base and handset, do not use a dry cloth as this may
cause electrostatic charges.
Problems
Refer to the table presented below in case of an operational malfunction:
Problems
Remedies
The base indicator light is not lit
Make sure that :
•
the power adapter is properly connected to a power socket.
•
the power connector is properly plugged into the base.
•
your fuse and circuit-breaker are in working order and that the power
socket is powered.
The handset display is blank
Make sure the batteries are properly installed.
Place the handset on the base and fully charge the batteries.
As time goes by, you may notice a slight decrease in battery performance. Use
your handset until the battery is fully discharged, and then charge it for at least
12 hours.
If these precautionary measures do not resolve this issue, replacement
batteries are available from Belgacom.
The handset does not ring
during an incoming call
Make sure that the telephone is properly connected and that you have a dial
tone.
Make sure your telephone is not set to silent mode (see pargraph Settings).
No radio link between the
handset and base
The network indicator icon
flashes
Make sure the handset is registered by moving closer to the base, if it is
registered correctly, the handset screen should display its own handset number.
Otherwise, register the handset to the base. See “Registering a new handset to
a base”, page 41.
You obtain a "busy" dial tone for
each dialled number
Make sure no one else is using another handset (if the intrusion mode is
deactived).
Make sure that the dial mode (tone or pulse dialling) is compatible with your
telephone line or your automatic branch exchange.
Make sure your time limit has not run out (if activated).
Make sure you are not on call restriction (if activated)
You cannot send or receive
SMSs
Make sure you have subscribed to a caller display service.
Contact Belgacom to check if the SMS service is activated on your line.
Make sure that the server number is 1717 for transmissions and 01717 for
reception.
Have you provided your contacts with the right terminal number?
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FEATURES
Functions
Default settings
SMS
SMS sending centre
1717
SMS reception centre
01717
Functions
Default settings
Beeps
All active
Silent mode
Off
SETTINGS
Program keys
Silence / Services
Alarm clock
ACCESSORIES
Off
Date/Time
00:00 // 01/01/07
Timer
Off
Auto Hang up
On
Room monitor
Off
Auto Pick up
Off
Language
English
SECURITY
Keypad lock
Off
Advanced settings
Emergency
Off
Base code
0000
Network type
Public
Time limit
Off
Dial
Tone
Restriction
Off
Flashing
120 ms
PABX prefix
Off
Intrusion
•Line settings
On
RING TONE
Ringer (Ext/Int)
•Base settings
Flute / Mineral
Base name
Base 1
Telephone features
Number of channels
120
Radio frequency band
1,88 - 1,90 GHz
Autonomy
standby time
150 hours
Duplex mode
TDMA
talk time
15 hours
Spacing between
1,728 MHz
Handset range
Bit rate
1152 Kbit/s
open space
up to 300 m
Modulation
GFSK
inside building
up to 50 m
Vocoding
ADPCM
Base dimensions
167 x 150 x 10 mm
Transmitting power
250 mW
Base weight
220 g
Base operating voltage
230 V , 50/60 Hz
Handset dimensions
140 x 51 x 30 mm
Charging time
12 hours
Handset weight
143 g
All of this data is provided to you for information purposes only. BELGACOM reserves the right to make
any changes without notice.
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GUARANTEE
Guarantee terms
The Equipment you have bought has been carefully selected by Belgacom and is covered by a two-year
warranty on spare parts and labor in the event of any material or manufacturing defect, unless otherwise
specified. The warranty shall be valid from the date on which the equipment is collected or delivered.
If you have any problems with the equipment, you should take it to a Teleboutique or to one of our
authorized agents, in its entirety and in its original packaging, or in packaging providing the same degree
of protection, together with the original receipt. The addresses for our Teleboutiques and authorized
agents are given in the Information Section of the White Pages.
Your equipment will be repaired or replaced free of charge, on presentation of the receipt, in the event of
any material or manufacturing defect.
Belgacom alone shall determine what repairs and/or replacements are necessary. The warranty on the
repaired or replaced equipment shall end on the date on which the original warranty on the purchased
equipment expires, but shall not be less than 3 months.
The warranty shall not apply:
-
-
damage of any kind that does not predate the sale;
any damage, faults or defects attributable to the Customer or to causes unrelated to the Equipment:
lightning, power surges, humidity, accidental damage, improper use or poor maintenance, failure to
comply with the instructions in the user manual, and force majeure;
the repair or replacement of movable parts (cords, wires, plugs, aerials, etc.), consumables (cells,
batteries, paper, ink, etc.) needing regular replacement and the supply of cleaning products.
The warranty shall not apply:
-
to any changes or repairs to the terminal Equipment undertaken by the Customer himself/herself or
through the services of persons not designated by Belgacom;
if the Customer removes or tampers with the manufacturer's serial numbers and/or brand names on
the terminal Equipment.
Belgacom shall not be liable for any indirect or immaterial loss sustained by the Customer as a result of
the malfunctioning of the terminal Equipment, such as any loss of production, revenue or contracts.
The General Terms and Conditions for the Sale of Terminal Equipment can be obtained on request
from any Belgacom service available to the public or at www.belgacom.be
Belgacom SA under public law,
Bd. du Roi Albert II 27, B-1030 Brussels VAT BE 0202.239.951, Brussels Register of Legal Entities
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