Panasonic KXTCD505 Operating instructions

Panasonic KXTCD505 Operating instructions
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Digital Cordless Phone
Operating Instructions
KX-TCD505E
Contents
Preparation
Cordless Telephone
2
5
8
3
6
9
0
Useful Information
Caller ID and SMS Compatible
Using the Belt Clip .....................71
Optional Headset .......................71
Wall Mounting ............................71
Before Requesting Help.............72
Character Table .........................75
Index ..........................................77
Technical Information.................78
Guarantee ..................................79
Please read these Operating Instructions before using the unit and save
for future reference.
Charge the battery for about 7 hours before initial use.
Useful Information
1
4
7
Using the Telephone..................14
Caller ID .....................................19
List Menu ...................................20
Using the Phonebook.................23
SMS Feature (Text Message)....30
Settings Menu Chart ..................42
Handset Settings........................44
Base Unit Settings .....................56
Multi-Unit User Operations.........61
Walkie-Talkie .............................68
Cordless Telephone
Before Initial Use..........................2
Important Information...................5
Location of Controls .....................6
Meanings of Icons above SOFT
KEYS ...........................................7
Meanings of Symbols
and Operations of Keys ...............8
Display .........................................9
Setting up...................................10
Preparation
Model No.
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Before Initial Use
Features
SMS (Short Message Service) compatibility
Now the convenience of sending and receiving text messages is
available from a home telephone.
32-Polyphonic Ring Tones
A variety of high-quality sounds can be reproduced for your ring tones.
You can choose from 9 pre-set melodies and 6 ring tones.
Hands-Free Speakerphone
You can talk without holding handset.
Convenient for talking while doing something else.
Headset Socket
Plug in the optional headset and the hands-free facility provides total
ease and freedom of use.
1
4
7
2
3
5
6
8
9
0
Illuminated Keypad
Lights up when there is an incoming call or you touch any key for easier
operation even in the dark.
200-Station Phonebook
Stores 200 station names and numbers with the built-in telephone
directory to be recalled easily.
Multiple Handsets
Up to 6 handsets can be registered with a single base unit for added
convenience. (Optional handset /charger is available separately.)
LCD Backlight
Lights up when there is an incoming call or you touch any key for easier
operation even in the dark.
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Before Initial Use
Thank you for purchasing your new Panasonic digital cordless telephone.
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• Order accessory and consumable items for your product with ease and confidence by
phoning our Customer Care Centre Monday - Friday
9:00am - 5:30pm.
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Or go on line through our Internet Accessory ordering application at
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• Most major credit and debit cards accepted.
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UK Ltd.
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Dear purchaser,
You have acquired a KX-TCD505E, which
is a product made in accordance with the Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications
(DECT). DECT technology is characterized by high-security protection against interceptions
as well as high-quality digital transmission. This telephone was designed for a wide range
of applications. For example, this telephone can be used within a network of base units and
handsets, constituting a telephone system which:
• operates up to 6 handsets at one base unit.
• allows an intercom between 2 handsets.
• allows the operation of a handset at up to 4 base units, expanding the communication
radio area.
Caller ID and SMS Services, where available, are network provider service. After
subscribing to Caller ID, this phone will display the caller’s phone number.
Helpline Tel.No. :U.K. 08700 100 076 R.O.I. 01289 8333
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Preparation
Sales and Support Information Customer Care Centre
• For UK customers: 08700 100 076
• For Republic of Ireland customers:
01289 8333
• Visit our website for product information
• E-mail:
[email protected]
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Before Initial Use
Accessories (specific to product type)
AC Adaptor
Order No. PQLV19EZ
(PQLV19E)
Telephone Line Cord
Order No.
PQJA87S (for UK)
one
Belt Clip
Order No.
PQKE10355Z1
(Metallic Grey)
PQKE10355Z2
(Violet)
(PQKE10355)
two
Operating Instructions...one
Battery Cover
Order No.
PQKK10134Y6
(Metallic Grey)
PQKK10134Y7
(Violet)
(PQKK10134)
one
4
one
Rechargeable Batteries
(AAA size)
Order No.
HHR-4EPT/BA2 (P03P)
Quick Guide..................one
one
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Important Information
Environment
Do not use this unit near water.
This unit should be kept away from heat
sources such as radiators, cookers, etc. It
should also not be placed in rooms where
the temperature is less than 5 °C or
greater than 40 °C.
The AC Adaptor is used as the main
disconnect device. Ensure that the AC
outlet is located/installed near the unit and
is accessible.
Battery Caution
1.
2.
3.
4.
Use only the specified batteries.
Only use rechargeable batteries.
Do not mix old and new batteries.
Do not dispose of batteries in a fire, as
they may explode.
Check local waste management codes
for special disposal instructions.
5. Do not open or mutilate the batteries.
Released electrolyte from the batteries is
corrosive and may cause burns or injury
to the eyes or skin.
The electrolyte may be toxic if swallowed.
6. Exercise care in handling the batteries in
order not to short circuit the batteries with
conductive materials such as rings,
bracelets and keys.
The batteries and/or conductor may
overheat and cause burns.
7. Charge the batteries in accordance with
the information provided in this operating
guide.
Location
• For maximum distance and noise-free
operation, place your base unit:
- Away from electrical appliances such
as TVs, radios, personal computers or
other phone.
- In a convenient, high, and central
location.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT THE RISK OF
ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN
OR ANY OTHER TYPE OF
MOISTURE.
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Preparation
Only use the power supply included with
the product.
Do not connect the AC Adaptor to any
AC outlet other than the standard
AC220-240 V.
The apparatus is approved for use with
PQLV19E (Order No. PQLV19EZ)
power supply.
This apparatus is unable to make calls
under the following conditions:
• The portable handset batteries need
recharging, or have failed.
• During a mains power failure.
• When the Key Lock is set to ON.
• When the unit is in Direct Call mode.
Do not open the base unit or handset
(other than to change the batteries).
This apparatus should not be used near
emergency/intensive care medical
equipment and should not be used by
people with pacemakers.
Care should be taken that objects do not
fall onto, and liquids are not spilled into
the unit. Do not subject this unit to
excessive smoke, dust, mechanical
vibration or shock.
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Location of Controls
Handset
1-
Ringer/Charge
LED
Receiver
Display
1
Headset
Socket
6
2
7
8
3
4
5
Charge
Contact
Rear side
Speaker
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
0
LEFT SOFT KEY
2-
TALK Button
3-
JOYSTICK
4-
SPEAKERPHONE Button
5-
RECALL Button
6-
RIGHT SOFT KEY
7-
POWER/TALK OFF Button
9
8-
CLEAR Button
Charge
Contact
Microphone
9-
INTERCOM Button
How to Use the Handset Soft Keys
3 soft keys are used to select functions displayed directly
above the keys.
Functions displayed above the keys will change depending
on the state of use.
For example, on the standby mode display, “
”,
“
”, “
” are displayed above the soft keys.
Example: Standby
Mode Display
To operate “
” (Phonebook),
press LEFT SOFT KEY.
To operate “
” (Menu), press
JOYSTICK directly as the middle soft
key.
To operate “
” (Redial), press
RIGHT SOFT KEY.
When “
” is displayed above a
soft key, the soft key will not work.
• To select only “
” (Menu), you can also select it
moving JOYSTICK up, down, left or right.
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Location of Controls
Base Unit
Meanings of Icons above SOFT KEYS
Icons
Functions
Icons
Functions
Go Back
LetterWise®
Menu
Alphabet
Sub-Menu
Numeric
OK
Extended 1
Redial
Extended 2
Phonebook
Greek
New Phonebook
Russian
Search
Select
Key Lock
Pause
12/24 Hour Clock
Mute
No Function
Delete
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Preparation
PAGE Button
LINE
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Meanings of Symbols and Operations of Keys
Symbol
Meaning
Move JOYSTICK up, down, left or right.
e.g., Search the main menu.
e.g., OK
e.g., Display of menu items
Press JOYSTICK
directly in the centre.
Press Directly
In this example, the
desired item is
selected.
e.g., Redial
e.g., Standby Mode Display
Press RIGHT SOFT KEY.
In this example, the telephone number
last dialled is displayed.
e.g.,
Go Back
e.g., Display of menu items
Press LEFT SOFT KEY.
In this example, the display returns to the
previous menu.
has the same function.
Press POWER/TALK OFF Button.
Press this button for one or two times, then the display returns to
the standby mode any time.
To go to the next step.
“
”
The words in “
Ringing Phone
8
” indicate the words in the display.
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Display
Display Icons
Within range of a base unit
Out of range/No registration/
No power on base unit
IN USE
Preparation
Paging or Intercom/
While connecting with base unit
Making or answering calls
H/set 1
Call Bar ON
Phonebook Mode
Battery strength
Direct Call ON
Ringer Volume OFF
New call (Caller ID only)
H/set 1 Handset Name (e.g., Handset 1)
SMS mail (text messages) indication
IN USE
The line is being used by another
handset (for additional handset users).
Main Menu Display
To go to the Main Menu, press JOYSTICK
directly in the centre (or move
)
while in the standby mode display. The selected menu icon is turned over, and its title is
displayed.
Example: “Caller ID” is selected.
Caller ID
SMS
Handset Ringer Option
Setting Handset
Caller ID
Setting Base Unit
Walkie-Talkie
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Setting up
Connection
Battery Charge
Do not connect the telephone line cord
to the phone socket 4 until the handset
is fully charged.
Plug in the AC adaptor and the telephone
line cord in order 1, 2, 3.
At the time of shipment, the batteries are
not charged. To charge, place the
handset on the base unit. Please charge
the batteries for about 7 hours before
initial use.
Hooks
Hook
LINE
1
2
Fasten the AC
adaptor cord to
prevent it from
being
disconnected.
4
3
• The AC adaptor must remain
connected at all times (It is normal for
the adaptor to feel warm during use).
• Never install telephone wiring during a
lightning storm.
• USE ONLY WITH Panasonic
AC ADAPTOR PQLV19E (Order No.
PQLV19EZ).
During charging, the charge LED will light
as shown below.
During charging
Fully charged
Red
Display icon
Green
Battery strength
Battery Installation
High
Please ensure the batteries are inserted
as shown.
part should be inserted first.
Close the cover as indicated by the arrow.
• When you replace the batteries, part
should be removed first.
Medium
Low
Needs to be
charged
The handset which power is off will be
turned on automatically when it is placed
on the base unit.
The handset will not operate while it is
on the base unit.
If you do not recharge the handset battery
for more than 15 minutes, the display will
flash
when the handset is lifted off
the base unit.
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Setting up
Battery Information
After your Panasonic battery is fully
charged:
Ni-MH Batteries (typical 700 mAh)
Operating Time
While in use (TALK)
10 hrs approx.
While not in use
(Standby)
120 hrs approx.
Ni-Cd Batteries (typical 250 mAh)
Operation
Operating Time
While in use (TALK)
4 hrs approx.
While not in use
(Standby)
40 hrs approx.
• Times indicated are for peak
performance.
• The battery operating time may be
shortened depending on usage
conditions and ambient temperature.
• Clean the charge contacts of the
handset and the base unit with a
soft, dry cloth once a month. Clean
more often if the unit is subject to
grease, dust or high humidity.
Otherwise the battery may not charge
properly.
• The batteries cannot be overcharged
unless they are repeatedly removed
and replaced.
• For maximum battery life, it is
recommended that the handset not be
recharged until the battery icon flashes
.
If the
icon flashes after a few
telephone calls even when the handset
batteries have been fully charged, both
batteries must be replaced.
• Charge new batteries for
approximately 7 hours before initial
use.
(The telephone line cord must not be
connected to the telephone socket
at this time.)
• When replacing the batteries, be
sure to set up the battery type even
if you install the same type of
batteries to initialise battery
remaining memory of your handset.
(See Setting the Battery Type on
page 53.)
• Do not use non-rechargeable batteries.
If non-rechargeable batteries are fitted
and start charging, it may cause the
leakage of the battery electrolyte.
• Press the notch on the cover firmly and
slide it as indicated by the arrow.
Replace both batteries (Page 10) and
close the cover then charge the
handset for about 7 hours.
Please order Panasonic
P03P (Ni-MH) or P03H (Ni-Cd)
batteries.
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Preparation
Operation
Replacing the
Batteries
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Setting up
Power ON/OFF
Power ON
Power OFF
Press and hold
POWER.
When POWER is
released, the
display changes
to the standby
mode.
Press and hold
POWER.
The display goes
blank.
Selecting the Display Language
You can select one of 19 languages. The factory preset is English.
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
1
Press JOYSTICK
(or move).
2
Select “
Setting
Handset”.
4
Select “Select
Language”.
5
Select the desired
language.
3
Select “Display
Option”.
• If you set a language you cannot read, reset the handset to its initial settings.
Press
Press
Move
Press
Move
Press
Press
Enter 4-digit Handset PIN (Factory Preset 0000)
Move
Move
Press
All handset settings will be reset to their initial settings (see page 55), however, the
phonebook data will be saved.
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Setting up
Setting the Date and Time
After a mains power failure, the clock needs to be adjusted. Ensure that the
not flashing.
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
icon is
1
Press JOYSTICK
(or move).
2
Select “
Setting
Handset”.
3
4
Enter the date
(see below).
5
Enter the time
(see below).
6 Press JOYSTICK.
Select “Set Date/
Time”.
Preparation
Example: To set 16 February, 2003, 7:15 pm.
Date
Day
Month
Time
Year
Hour
Minute
12/24 hour clock
To select 12/24 hour clock
Press RIGHT SOFT KEY repeatedly.
24 hour
clock
12 hour
clock (AM)
12 hour
clock (PM)
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Using the Telephone
Making a Call
Pre-Dialling
1
Enter Phone
Number.
Post-Dialling
2
Press TALK.
1
Press TALK.
2
Enter Phone
Number.
• If you need to make a correction while entering the phone number when using PreDialling, press
. The digit is cleared to the left, then you can enter numbers. All
digits are cleared if you press and hold
.
• You can also press
to make a call.
Answering a Call
Terminating a Call
Press TALK.
Press TALK
OFF.
(During a call)
• You can also answer a call by pressing
Talk).
to
,
,
,
or
(Any Key
Auto Talk
If you set Auto Talk to ON, you can answer the phone by lifting the handset off the base
unit. (See Setting Auto Talk ON/OFF on page 53.)
Illuminated Keypad
The cordless handset dialling buttons will light when you press a button or lift the
cordless handset off the charger when a call is received. The lights will go out a few
seconds after pressing a button to start operations, lifting the cordless handset or
answering a call or pressing button to complete operations such as hanging up a call,
leaving the Caller ID List/Phonebook or Settings.
LCD Backlight
The lighted display of the handset will stay on for a few seconds after pressing a button
or lifting the handset off the base unit.
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Using the Telephone
Receiver (or Headset Receiver)/Speaker Volume
The choices for the receiver (or headset receiver) volume are 3 levels, and 6 levels for
the speakerphone volume.
(During a call)
To increase volume, move JOYSTICK up.
To decrease volume, move JOYSTICK down.
Have a Hands-Free Phone Conversation (using
Digital Speakerphone)
Hands-free allows you to talk to your caller without holding the handset and allows other
persons in the room to listen to the conversation.
To Return to Receiver
Press
SPEAKERPHONE.
Press TALK.
• For best performance, please note the following:
- Talk alternately with the caller in a quiet environment.
- If either party has difficulty hearing, move JOYSTICK up or down to change the
volume accordingly. The choices for the speakerphone volume are 6 levels.
Muting Your Conversation
During a call, you can mute your phone so the other party cannot listen to you. When
muting your conversation, you can hear the other party.
To Mute
To Return to the conversation
(During a call)
Press LEFT SOFT
KEY, then Icon
flashes.
Press once more.
Icon stops flashing.
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Cordless Telephone
(During a call)
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Using the Telephone
Key Lock
You can lock the handset dialling buttons. Only incoming calls are accepted while the
key lock is ON. When the key lock is ON, the menu icon
changes to
.
When the key lock is ON, emergency calls (see page 58) cannot be made until key
lock is cancelled.
Key Lock ON
Key Lock OFF
(Standby Mode
Display)
Press and hold
JOYSTICK directly
for more than 2
seconds.
Press and hold JOYSTICK directly for
more than 2 seconds once more.
Handset Locator/Paging
You can locate a misplaced handset by paging it.
Paging
<Base Unit>
<All Handsets>
All registered handsets ring for
1 minute.
Press PAGE.
To Stop Paging
<Base Unit>
Press PAGE.
<One of Handsets>
OR
• You can also stop paging by pressing
16
Press TALK.
to
,
,
,
,
or
.
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Using the Telephone
Redialling
The last 10 numbers dialled are automatically stored in the redial list.
Dialling with the Redial List
1
Press RIGHT SOFT KEY.
for the desired
2 Search
dialled item.
3 Press TALK.
• If there is no item stored in the redial list when pressing
, the display shows
“Memory Empty”.
• If the items are scrolled at the end when you search for the desired dialled item, an
end tone sounds.
• You can also press
to make a call.
• To save the numbers from the redial list into the phonebook, or to edit or delete from
memory, see pages 21 and 22.
1 Press TALK.
2 Press RIGHT SOFT KEY.
Auto Redial
If you press
then
to redial and the dialled number is engaged, the unit will
automatically call back every 40 seconds, up to 12 times. When using Auto Redial, press
again after pressing
if the muting has not be cancelled.
Recall Feature
RECALL
is used to access special telephone services. Contact your network
provider for details. If your unit is connected to a PBX, pressing RECALL allows you to
access some features of your host PBX such as transferring an extension call.
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Cordless Telephone
Dialling the Last Number Dialled
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Using the Telephone
Dialling Pause (for PBX line/long distance service
users)
A dialling pause is used when a pause in the dialling of a phone number is necessary
using a PBX or accessing a long distance service.
For example, when 0 (line access number) is dialled followed by a pause to access an
outside line through a PBX:
1
Press 0.
2
Press RIGHT SOFT
KEY.
3
Enter Phone
Number.
4
Press TALK.
0
• Entering a pause prevents misdialling when you redial or dial a stored number.
• Pressing RIGHT SOFT KEY more than once increases the length of the pause
between numbers.
• To change the pause time, see page 57.
Call Waiting
Call Waiting is a service of your network provider and will only operate if you have
subscribed to this service. You can answer the second call, keeping the first call on
hold.
(Call waiting tone
sounds during a call)
Press RECALL.
The first call is put on hold and
you can answer the second
call.
To Return to the First Caller
Press RECALL once more.
• If you subscribed to Caller ID and Call Waiting services, your handset displays a
second caller’s phone number while talking.
• If the phone number is stored in the phonebook with its name, the caller’s name will
also be displayed.
• Please consult your Network provider for details of this service.
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Caller ID
Caller ID Service
Caller ID is a service of your Network provider and will only operate if you have
subscribed to this service.
After subscribing to Caller ID, this phone will display the caller information.
If your unit is connected to a PBX or a telephone line that does not support this service,
you will not be able to use it.
Standby Mode Display
When new calls have been received, the display shows the
number of calls.
In the example on the left, 10 new calls have been received.
H/set 1
10 Calls
17.8 14:59
Making a Call from the Caller ID List
1
Press JOYSTICK (or move).
2
Select “
3
The newest caller information is
displayed.
4
Search for the
desired item.
Caller ID”.
5 Press TALK.
Time Received
Date Received
Name
Tel No.
17.8
14:59
JOHN SMITH
0123456789
• You can also press
to make a call.
• “ ” indicates you have already viewed this caller information, or answered the call.
• If the caller has requested not to display his/her information, the display shows
“Private Caller”.
• If the caller dialled from an area which does not provide Caller ID service, the display
shows “Out of Area”.
• If the items are scrolled at the end when you search for the desired item, an end tone
sounds.
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Cordless Telephone
The last 50 caller’s phone numbers are stored in the order the calls were received. When
the 51st call is received, the oldest caller information is cleared. If the caller's name has
been stored with the number in the phonebook (see Storing Caller Information on
page 24), the caller’s name will also be displayed.
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
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List Menu
Caller ID List Menu
You can save the numbers from the Caller ID list into the phonebook, and you can edit
(for calling) or delete item(s) in the Caller ID List.
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
1
2
Press JOYSTICK
(or move).
Select “
ID”.
3
Caller
Select the desired
item.
Go to step 4.
• If the items are scrolled at the end when you search for the desired item, an end tone
sounds.
• If there is no item stored in the caller list when “Caller ID” is selected, the display
shows “Memory Empty”.
Storing the Number in the Phonebook
Follow steps 1 to 3 shown above, then:
4
5
Select “Save
Phonebook”.
Enter Name (p.25).
(max. 16 characters)
6
Press JOYSTICK
twice.
twice
7
8
Select desired category
or “Off” (p.23).
Select “Save”, then
“Saved” is displayed.
Editing the Received Number for Calling
Follow steps 1 to 3 shown above, then:
4
Select “Edit for
Call”.
5
Edit Phone
Number.
(max. 24 digits)
6
Press TALK or press
JOYSTICK to call.
OR
• You can also press
to make a call.
• If you press
to
or
after step 3, the first number of the phone number will
be replaced and the display will go to step 5. If you press
, the first number will be
deleted and got to step 5.
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List Menu
Deleting One/All Caller ID Item(s)
Follow steps 1 to 3 on the previous page, then:
4
Select “Delete” or “Delete All”.
5
Select “Yes”, then “Deleted” is
displayed.
Redial List Menu
You can save the numbers from the redial list into the phonebook, and you can edit (for
calling) or delete item(s) in the redial list.
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
1
2
Press RIGHT SOFT KEY.
Select the desired item.
• If there is no item stored in the redial list when pressing
“Memory Empty”.
, the display shows
Storing the Number in the Phonebook
Follow steps 1 and 2 shown above, then:
3
Select “Save
Phonebook”.
4
Enter Name (p.25).
(max. 16 characters)
5
Press JOYSTICK
twice.
twice
6
Select desired category
or “Off” (p.23).
7
Select “Save”, then
“Saved” is displayed.
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List Menu
Editing the Dialled Number for Calling
Follow steps 1 and 2 on the previous page, then:
3
Select “Edit for
Call”.
4
5
Edit Phone
Number.
(max. 24 digits)
Press TALK or press
JOYSTICK to call.
OR
• You can also press
to make a call.
Deleting One/All Redial Item(s)
Follow steps 1 and 2 on the previous page, then:
3
22
Select “Delete” or “Delete All”.
4
Select “Yes”, then “Deleted” is
displayed.
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Using the Phonebook
You can store up to 200 caller information in the phonebook. If you subscribed to Caller
ID and you received a call from the same phone number you stored with name in the
phonebook, the display will show the caller’s name.
Private Category Feature
You can categorise caller information in the phonebook. There are 9 categories
available. For example, category 1 can be used to save all friends numbers. For each
category, you can rewrite the category names (max. 10 digits: see Changing the
Category Name on page 49), you can select one of 3 Ringer LED colours (see Setting
the Private Colour on page 49) and one of 15 ringer types (see Ringer Options on
page 47).
This feature is only available after subscription to Caller ID Service. Please contact
your network provider for further information.
Example
Private
Category No.
Ringer LED Colour*
Green
Orange
Red
Private
Ringer Type
Category
Name
3
Friends
3
2
Customers
* The factory preset LED colour is green.
• The unit will indicate an incoming call using the factory preset LED colour (green) and
the ringer pattern assigned to external calls (p. 47) momentarily until Caller ID
information is received from the network provider.
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Using the Phonebook
Storing Caller Information
To exit the operation, press
1
Press LEFT SOFT
KEY.
Name.
3 Enter
(max. 16 characters:
at any time.
2
Press JOYSTICK to enter, then the display shows
the number of empty phonebook entries.
4
Press JOYSTICK.
5
Enter Phone
Number.
(max. 24 digits)
7
Select desired
category or “Off”.
8
Select “Save”, then
“Saved” is displayed.
see next page)
6
Press JOYSTICK.
• If “Memory Full” is displayed when you press
, the phonebook is full. To store,
delete other stored items in the phonebook.
• To continue storing other caller information, repeat from step 3.
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Using the Phonebook
Entering Names/Characters
Keys
Operations
Move the JOYSTICK up, down, left or right to move the cursor.
0
to
9
Press to enter letters/numbers. (Items are added to the left of the
cursor. If the cursor is at the beginning of a line, the item is added
at the beginning.)
Press to delete characters. (Character on the cursor is deleted. To
delete all characters, press and hold.)
Press to change between upper and lower case.
Press to insert a blank space (except when in Numeric input
mode).
1
Press to insert a symbol (
input mode).
x
, #, /, etc.) (except when in Numeric
Selecting the Input Mode
You can select one of 7 input modes by pressing RIGHT SOFT KEY while entering a
name. The function icon above the key displays the current input mode. The factory
preset is “LetterWise®”. LetterWise® is a simplified text entry system. This system
suggests to the user the most likely letter to follow the text entered previously. To enter
texts in this mode, see page 34.
For the full character map, see Phonebook Character Table (see page 75).
To switch the input mode while editing the name in the phonebook, press RIGHT SOFT
KEY.
LetterWise® Alphabet
Numeric
Greek
Extended 1 Extended 2
Russian
• If LetterWise® is selected, select a language you require (see page 53).
Example (Alphabet Mode)
Enter the name using the letters on the keypad. For example, to enter “Anne” in Alphabet Mode:
2
6
6
6
6
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Using the Phonebook
Finding Items in the Phonebook
All phonebook items are stored in the following order: Alphabet letter/Symbol/Number/
Telephone Number (when a name is not stored).
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
1
2
Press LEFT SOFT KEY.
Move JOYSTICK up or down to
search for the desired item.
Searching for a Name by Initial
Example: To find “Felix”
1
Press LEFT SOFT
KEY.
2
Press 3 repeatedly
until the first item
under “F” is displayed.
3
Move JOYSTICK down
until “Felix” is displayed.
3
Searching by Private Category
1
Press LEFT SOFT
KEY.
2
Press RIGHT SOFT
KEY.
4
Select the desired
category.
5
Select the desired
item to display.
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3
Select “Category”.
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Using the Phonebook
Searching by Index Search Mode
Example: To find “ΣΟΦΙΑ” (SOPHIA).
1
Press LEFT SOFT KEY.
RIGHT SOFT
2 Press
KEY.
3
Select “Index
Search”.
4
Press RIGHT SOFT KEY
repeatedly until the
desired input mode
(Greek) appears.
the desired
5 Select
initial character “Σ”.
6
Move JOYSTICK
down until
“ΣΟΦΙΑ” is
displayed.
1
Press LEFT SOFT
KEY.
2
Select the desired
item (see above or
previous page).
Cordless Telephone
Dialling from the Phonebook
TALK or
3 Press
SPEAKERPHONE.
OR
Editing a Caller Information
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
1
Press LEFT SOFT
KEY.
2
Select the desired item.
3
Select “Edit”.
4
Edit Name.
(max. 16 characters)
5
Press JOYSTICK.
6
Edit Phone Number.
(max. 24 digits)
7
Press JOYSTICK.
8
Select desired
category or “Off”.
“Save”, then
9 Select
“Saved” is displayed.
• To continue editing other caller information, repeat from step 2.
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Using the Phonebook
Deleting Caller Information
To exit the operation, press
1
Press LEFT SOFT
KEY.
4
Select “Yes”, then
“Deleted” is displayed.
at any time.
2
Select the desired
item.
3
Select “Delete”.
• To continue deleting other caller information, repeat from step 2.
• If there are no item stored in the phonebook when selecting the desired item, the
display shows “Memory Empty”.
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Using the Phonebook
Hot Keys
You can assign the dialling buttons
phone numbers from the phonebook.
To exit the operation, press
through
as hot keys. You can choose 9
at any time.
Registering a Phone Number as a Hot Key
1
Press LEFT SOFT
KEY.
2
Select the desired
item.
4
Select the desired
dialling button
number.
5
Select “Save”, then
“Saved” is displayed.
3
Select “Reg. to
Hot Key”.
number. If a hot key number with “ ” is selected, press “
” to select “Overwrite”.
Dialling with a Hot Key
and hold the dialling button
1 Press
registered as a hot key until a phone
2 Press TALK or SPEAKERPHONE.
OR
number is displayed.
Deleting the Hot Key Registration
1
Press and hold the
dialling button
registered as a hot key
until a phone number
is displayed.
4
Select “Yes”, then
“Deleted” is displayed.
2
Press JOYSTICK.
3
Select “Delete”.
• Phonebook registration will not be erased when hot key registration is deleted.
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• If there is no item stored in the phonebook when searching for the desired item, the
display shows “Memory Empty”.
• If an item is already stored to a hot key, “ ” will be displayed on the left of the key
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SMS Feature (Text Message)
You can send and receive text messages between other fixed and mobile phones that
also support a compatible SMS feature and network.
The SMS feature is only available after subscribing to Caller ID.
Before sending your first text message, or to find out more information on SMS conditions and
registration, please read your SMS Conditions (Text Messaging) for Bizzyline (Direct) Ltd.
If you have any questions relating to the SMS Terms and Conditions, please call
09063020069. Calls are charged at 50p per minute. The helpdesk is open from 9.00am5.30pm (Mon-Fri).
The SMS Network Provider described in these Operating Instructions is not available within
the Republic of Ireland.
For further information, please contact the Customer Care Helpline No.: R.O.I. 01289 8333
Please note the following instructions when sending text messages between fixed lines
and all mobile networks both national and international.
To Send a Text Message from Fixed Line to Fixed Line
There are no special requirements when sending a text message between fixed lines.
Please follow the instructions under Writing and Sending New Messages.
To Send a Text Message from Fixed Line to Mobile
There are no special requirements when sending a text message between fixed line and
mobile. Please follow the instructions under Writing and Sending New Messages. To
enable the person receiving your message to reply, the server will insert your telephone
number, within hash symbols, at the very end of your message. E.g. #01234 567899#.
Please note: If you have used up the full 160 characters for your text message, your
telephone number will overwrite the last letters of your message.
To Send a Text Message from Mobile to Fixed Line
There are special requirements when sending a text message from a mobile to a fixed
line. If the mobile sender is unaware of the fixed line SMS providers requirements for
sending a text message to a fixed line, please inform them of the following procedures.
Example: A Mobile is Replying to a Fixed Line Text Message
- Select reply to message.
- Input your text message.
- Within the text message, enter the fixed line phone number.
The number can be added anywhere within the message but it must be entered with
a hash at the beginning and end of the number.
E.g. #01234 567899#
- Select send.
Example: Mobile is Writing/Sending a New Text Message to a Fixed Line
- Input your text message.
- Within the text message, enter the fixed line phone number.
The number can be added anywhere within the message but it must be entered with
a hash at the beginning and end of the number.
E.g. #01234 567899#
- Send the message (including number) to Big Mobile on: 07786 201010.
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SMS Feature (Text Message)
Writing and Sending a New Messages
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
1
Press JOYSTICK
(or move).
2
Select “
3 Select “Create”.
4
Enter Message.
(p.33)
5
Press JOYSTICK, then
“Destination” is displayed.
SMS”.
Go to step 6.
Follow steps 1 to 5 shown above, then:
6
Enter Phone Number.
(max. 20 digits)
Press JOYSTICK.
Go to step 7 on the next page.
Entering a Number from the Phonebook
Follow steps 1 to 5 shown above, then:
6
Press LEFT SOFT
KEY.
Select the desired item (p.26).
twice
Go to step 7 on the next page.
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SMS Feature (Text Message)
Entering a Number from the Caller ID List
Follow steps 1 to 5 on the previous page, then:
6
Select the desired item.
twice
Go to step 7.
Entering a Number from the Redial List
Follow steps 1 to 5 on the previous page, then:
6
Press RIGHT SOFT
KEY.
Select the desired item.
twice
Go to step 7.
Follow steps 1 to 6 on the previous page and above, then:
7
“Save?” is displayed, then select
“Yes” or “No”. (If “Yes” is selected,
“Saved Message” is displayed.)
8
Select “Send”.
• “Sending Message” is displayed after step 8. The display returns to the standby
mode, then “Transferring Message” is displayed.
• If the base unit does not have sufficient memory to send a message, the display will
show “SMS lists are memory full. Delete messages.”. The unit will then
return to the function menu.
• Once you have created a SMS message, the unit will display “WUse Last Text?”
each time you select “Create”. If you want to use the text of the last message sent
once again, move the JOYSTICK up to recall the last message.
• If you try to send a message using a phone number (Destination) over 20 digits long
from one of the Phonebook, Caller ID or Redial lists, “Invalid Number” is displayed
and the display returns to “<Enter Phone No>”.
• The maximum message length is 160 characters. Please consult your SMS service
provider for further details.
• 69 messages can be memorized when you enter 80 characters/1 message.
• If your phone is connected to PBX (Private Branch eXchange: private branch
exchange), see page 41 to enter the destination number.
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SMS Feature (Text Message)
Text Entry
Keys
Operations
Move JOYSTICK up, down, left or right to move the cursor.
0
to
9
Press to enter letters/numbers. (Items are added to the left of the
cursor. If the cursor is at the beginning of a line, the item is added
at the beginning.)
Press to delete characters. (Character on the cursor is deleted. To
delete all characters, press and hold.)
Press to switch between upper and lower case.
Press to insert a blank space (except when in Numeric input
mode).
1
Press to insert symbol (
mode).
x
, #, /, etc.) (except when in Numeric input
Selecting the Input Mode
There are 5 text input modes: LetterWise® (default mode), Alphabet (ABC), Numeric (09), Greek (ΑΒΓ) and Extended (AÄÅ). The function icon above the key displays the
current input mode. For the full character map, see SMS Character Table (p.76).
To change the input mode while inputting a message, press RIGHT SOFT KEY.
LetterWise®
Alphabet
Numeric
Greek
Extended
• If LetterWise® (see next page) is selected, select a language you require (see page
53).
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SMS Feature (Text Message)
Entering Text in LetterWise® Mode
LetterWise® is the default input mode. LetterWise® is a simplified text entry system.
This system suggests to the user the most likely letter to follow the text entered
previously.
Inserting Operations
Enter letters by pressing
-
.
If the letter displayed is not correct, change the letter by pressing
times).
(possibly several
Continue writing the word always checking that the letters displayed are correct and
change them if necessary.
To insert symbols, use
. If the symbol you want does not appear, press
repeatedly until the required symbol appears.
Example (When the language choice is English.)
To enter “hello”.
1
Press
2
Press
3
Press
to display the next candidate letter. “h” is the
second most frequent letter.
4
Press
. “e” is most frequent letter.
5
Press
. “l” is most frequent letter.
6
Press
. “l” is most frequent letter.
7
Press
. “o” is most frequent letter.
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to change to the small letter.
4 . “i” is the most frequent first letter of a word.
<Enter Message>
i
h
he
hel
hell
hello
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SMS Feature (Text Message)
Reading/Displaying a Message in the Outgoing List
You can display messages saved in date/time order.
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
Reading/Displaying a message
1
Press JOYSTICK
(or move).
2
Select “
the desired
4 Select
message.
5
Scroll through the
message to read/display.
SMS”.
3
Select “Send List”.
6
Press JOYSTICK.
Sending a message
Follow steps 1 to 6 shown above, then:
7
Select “Send”.
Follow steps from 6 of Writing and Sending a New
Message (p.31, 32).
Deleting a message
Follow steps 1 to 6 shown above, then:
7
Select “Delete”.
8
Select “Yes”, then “Deleted” is displayed.
• You can also delete by pressing
then selecting “Yes” on step 4.
Editing a message
Follow steps 1 to 6 shown above, then:
7
Select “Edit Message”.
Follow steps from 4 of Writing and Sending a
New Message (p.31, 32).
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SMS Feature (Text Message)
Receiving a Text Message
When a message has been received, the
display will show the following and a tone
will sound.
Receiving
New SMS
The number indicates how many mails were received.
When the SMS message memory is full, “Full” is displayed.
No messages can be received if the memory is full.
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H/set 1
1 SMS
17.8 14:59
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SMS Feature (Text Message)
Reading/Displaying a Message in the Incoming List
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
1
Press JOYSTICK (or move).
3
Select “Receive List”.
2
Select “
New
Total
4
2
10
Move JOYSTICK down.
• The most recent sender’s details are
displayed.
stored in the phonebook, the name is
also displayed.
• You can delete a message by
pressing
then selecting “Yes”.
5 Select the desired message.
Date Received
17.8
14:59
JOHN SMITH
0123456789
6
Time Received
Name
Tel. No.
Scroll through the message to read/
display.
Go to step 7 on pages 38 and 39.
• If there is a “ ” icon placed against the time, this means the message has been read
or displayed previously.
• If the list is accessed and no messages have been received, “Receive List
Memory Empty” is displayed.
• If the base unit does not have sufficient memory to receive a message, the display will
show “SMS lists are memory full. Delete messages.”.
• Certain SMS service providers may attach a 1-digit number to the sender’s phone
number, the name will not be displayed even if the name and number have been
stored in the phonebook.
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• If the name and number have been
SMS”.
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SMS Feature (Text Message)
Replying to a message
Follow steps 1 to 6 on the previous page, then:
7
Press JOYSTICK.
10
Press JOYSTICK
twice.
8 Select “Reply”.
9
Enter Message.
“Save?” is displayed,
“Saved Message” is
11 then
12 displayed,
select “Yes”.
then select
“Send”.
twice
• “Sending Message” is displayed. The display returns to the standby mode, then
“Transferring Message” is displayed.
• If the base unit does not have sufficient memory to send a message, the display will
show “SMS lists are memory full. Delete messages.”.
Deleting a message
Follow steps 1 to 6 on the previous page, then:
7
38
Press JOYSTICK.
8
Select “Delete”.
9
Select “Yes”, then
“Deleted” is displayed.
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SMS Feature (Text Message)
Editing a message
Follow steps 1 to 6 on page 37, then:
7
Press JOYSTICK.
“Edit
8 Select
Message”.
9
Follow steps 4 to 8 of
Writing and
Sending a New
Message (p.31, 32).
Storing the Sender’s Phone Number in the Phonebook
Follow steps 1 to 6 on page 37, then:
7
Press JOYSTICK.
“Save
8 Select
Phonebook”.
9
Follow steps from 3
to 8 of Storing a
Caller Information
(p.24).
Cordless Telephone
Editing the sender’s Phone Number for Call
Follow steps 1 to 6 on page 37, then:
7
Press JOYSTICK.
9
Edit Phone Number.
(max. 24 digits)
8
10
Select “Edit for Call”.
Press JOYSTICK, TALK or
SPEAKERPHONE.
OR
OR
Calling the Message Sender
Follow steps 1 to 5 (or 4) on page 37, then:
6
Press TALK or SPEAKERPHONE.
OR
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SMS Feature (Text Message)
Changing the SMS Message Centre Numbers
To send and receive SMS text messages, you need your SMS Message Centre
telephone numbers. Two numbers have been preset in your phone.
The phone number for SMS Message Centre 1 is used to SEND text messages while
the number for Message Centre 2 is used to RECEIVE text messages.
You can change the preset numbers if required.
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
1
Press JOYSTICK
(or move).
2
Select “
4
Enter 4-digit Base Unit
PIN.
(Factory Preset 0000)
5
Select Message Centre
1 or 2.
Press JOYSTICK.
8
7
SMS”.
3 Select
“Parameters”.
the current
6 Erase
number by
pressing
,
then enter the
new Message
Centre number.
Select “Save”, then
“Saved” is displayed.
For your reference, these are the numbers that have been preset in your phone.
Message Centre 1: 0911 023 5029
Message Centre 2: 0161274599
• If your phone is connected to a PBX, you need to add the PBX line access number
(and a dialling pause) only to the Message Centre 1 phone number.
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SMS Feature (Text Message)
Setting the PBX Line Access Number
This feature is only for the phones connected to a PBX. This allows you to delete
automatically the PBX line access number (max. 4 digits) when you enter the destination
phone number of an SMS outgoing message from Phonebook, Redial or Caller ID lists.
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
Press JOYSTICK
(or move).
2
Select “
3
Select “Parameters”.
4
Enter 4-digit Base
Unit PIN.
(Factory Preset
0000)
5
Select “PBX Prefix”.
6
Select “On”.
7
Enter Line Access
Number.
(max. 4 digits)
8
Press JOYSTICK.
9
Select “Save”, then
“Saved” is displayed.
SMS”.
Cordless Telephone
1
Turning the SMS Feature On/Off
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
1
Press JOYSTICK
(or move).
2
Select “
4
Enter 4-digit Base Unit
PIN.
(Factory Preset 0000)
5
Select “SMS On/Off”.
SMS”.
3 Select
“Parameters”.
Select “On” or
6 “Off”.
When the SMS feature is turned off;
• If you send a message, a tone sounds and the message will return to the SMS incoming
list with “FD” attached.
• If you receive from SMS centre call, the message will not be received but SMS centre
phone number will remain in the Caller ID list.
• If you turn the SMS feature on, the unit will begin ringing (one ring) after other
connected telephones.
• The factory preset is “On”.
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Settings Menu Chart
Handset Settings Menu Chart
1st Menu
Setting Handset
2nd Menu
3rd Menu
Set Date/Time
Memo Alarm
Ringer Option
Ringer Volume
EXT Ringer Type
INT Ringer Type
Paging Tone
Private Ring
Tone Option
Key Tone
Display Option
Standby Display
Talk Display
Select Language
Private Colour
Category Name
Call Option
Call Bar
Direct Call No.
Direct On/Off
Registration
Register H/set
Cancel Base
Select Base
Auto
Base 1
Base 4
Other Option
Change H/S PIN
Change H/S Name
Auto Talk
LetterWise
Battery Type
Reset Handset
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Settings Menu Chart
Base Unit Settings Menu Chart
1st Menu
Setting Base
2nd Menu
3rd Menu
Ringer Option
Ringer Volume
Call Option
Recall
Pause Time
Emergency Call
Call Restricted
Cancel Handset
Other Option
Change Base PIN
Reset Base
Cordless Telephone
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Handset Settings
Memo Alarm
Set the date and time before setting the memo alarm (see page 13).
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
1
Press JOYSTICK (or move).
2
Select “
3
Select “Memo Alarm”.
4
Select the desired alarm number
(1 -3).
Setting Handset”.
Go to step 5.
Setting the Alarm Mode “Once” or “Daily”
Follow steps 1 to 4 shown above, then:
5
Select “Once” or
“Daily”.
6
“Once”: Enter the
date and time.
“Daily”: Enter
time.
a memo
8 Enter
message (max. 32
9
Select the desired
ringer pattern.
7 Press JOYSTICK.
10
Select “Save”, then
“Saved” is displayed.
characters) then press
JOYSTICK.
• When setting the time, remember to select 12 or 24 hour clock (see page 13).
• Memo Alarm volume depends on handset ringer volume. Even if you set ringer to off,
only Memo Alarm still rings.
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Handset Settings
Setting the Alarm “Off”
Follow steps 1 to 4 shown above, then:
5
Select “Off”.
6
Select “Save”, then “Saved” is displayed.
• The factory preset is “Off”.
• To delete the displayed memo alarm, press
then select “Yes” on step 4.
To Stop the Alarm
Press
• You can also stop the alarm by pressing
,
.
,
to
,
,
or
.
• If “Once” is selected, the setting is turned off. When in talk or intercom mode, the
alarm will not sound until the call is ended.
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Handset Settings
Ringer Options
There are 15 ringer patterns available on each ringer. “Ringer 1” to “Ringer 6” are
the bell ringer patterns. “Ringer 7” to “Ringer 15” are the preset melody patterns as
below. The music data in this product belongs to M-ZoNE Co., Ltd.
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
Ringer No.
Ringer Pattern or Name
Ringer Pattern 1 to 6: Bell Patterns
Ringer Pattern 7 to 15: Preset Melody Patterns
7
Symphony No.5 in C minor
8
Air on G String
9
Wholetemperiere Clavier 1 Teil No 1 Fuga Das
10
Fantaisie Impromptu
11
Allegro Spring/The Four Seasons
12
Also Sprach Zarathustra
13
Liebestraum
14
Polovetsian Dance
15
24 Caprices
*
* © 2003 M-ZoNE Co., Ltd.
• If you select one of the melody ringer patterns, the phone will ring for 10 seconds even
if a caller has hung up. Therefore, you may hear a dial tone or no one on the line after
you answer a call.
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Handset Settings
Setting the Ringer Volume
The choices are 6 levels and off. If you set the volume to OFF, “
” is displayed,
however, still the volume of a paging and intercom call are level 1.
1
Press JOYSTICK
(or move).
2
4
To increase volume, move JOYSTICK up.
To decrease volume, move JOYSTICK down.
Select “
Option”.
Ringer
3
Select “Ringer
Volume”.
5
Press
JOYSTICK.
• The factory preset is 6.
Cordless Telephone
Selecting the Ringer Pattern for External Call/Internal Call/Paging
Follow steps 1 to 2 shown above, then:
3
Select “EXT Ringer Type”, “INT
Ringer Type” or “Paging Tone”.
4 Select the desired ringer pattern.
• The factory preset is 1.
Selecting the Ringer Pattern for Private Ring
Follow steps 1 to 2 shown above, then:
3
Select “Private
Ring”.
the desired
4 Select
category.
the desired
5 Select
ringer pattern.
• The factory preset of each ringer pattern is 1.
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Handset Settings
Setting the Handset Key Tone ON/OFF
You can turn the key tone on/off.
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
1
Press JOYSTICK
(or move).
2
Select “
Setting
Handset”.
4
Press JOYSTICK to
select “Key Tone”.
5
Select “On” or “Off”.
3
Select “Tone
Option”.
3
Select “Display
Option”.
• The factory preset is “On”.
Display Options
To exit the operation, press
1
Press JOYSTICK
(or move).
at any time.
2
Select “
Setting
Handset”.
Go to step 4.
Selecting the Standby Mode Display
Follow steps 1 to 3 shown above, then:
4
Select “Standby Display”.
• The factory preset is “Handset Name”.
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5
Select “Base Number”, “Handset
Name” or “Off”.
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Handset Settings
Selecting the Talk Mode Display
Follow steps 1 to 3 of Display Options on the previous page, then:
4
Select “Talk Display”.
5
Select “Talk Time” or “Phone
Number”.
• Even if you select “Phone Number”, the length of the call will appear on your display
when you receive calls.
• The factory preset is “Talk Time”.
Setting the Private Colour
Follow steps 1 to 3 of Display Options on the previous page, then:
Select “Private Colour”.
5
6
Select Private Colour “Green”, “Orange” or
“Red” for each category.
Select the desired category.
Cordless Telephone
4
• The factory preset is “Green”.
• When you select the private colour on step 6, the Ringer LED will flash at the selected
colour.
Changing the Category Name
Follow steps 1 to 3 of Display Options on the previous page, then:
4
Select “Category Name”.
5
Select the desired category.
6
Edit Category Name.
(max. 10 characters: p. 25)
7
Press JOYSTICK.
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Handset Settings
Call Options
To exit the operation, press
1
Press JOYSTICK
(or move).
at any time.
2
Select “
Setting
Handset”.
3
Select “Call
Option”.
Go to step 4.
Call Bar On/Off
When this feature is set to ON, outgoing calls cannot be made. Intercom calls and calls
to numbers assigned as emergency numbers can be made (see Setting the
Emergency Calls on page 58).
Follow steps 1 to 3 shown above, then:
4
Select “Call Bar”.
5
Enter 4-digit Handset
PIN.
(Factory Preset
0000)
• While the call prohibition mode is turned on, “
6
Select “On” or “Off”.
” is displayed.
Setting the Direct Call Number
After a direct call number has been set and the feature has been turned on, you can dial
the direct call number only by pressing
or
. Incoming calls are able to be
accepted.
Follow steps 1 to 3 shown above, then:
4
Select “Direct Call
No.”.
5
Enter Direct Call
Number.
(max. 24 digits)
7
Select “Save”.
8
Select “On”.
• While the direct call mode is turned on, “
50
” is displayed.
6
Press JOYSTICK.
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Handset Settings
Setting the Direct Call ON/OFF
Follow steps 1 to 3 of on the previous page, then:
4
Select “Direct On/Off”.
5
Select “On” or “Off”.
• If the direct call mode is turned off, “
” will disappear.
• If you did not set the Direct Call Number, “Enter Phone No” will be displayed. Enter
the number the press
.
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Handset Settings
Other Options
To exit the operation, press
1
Press JOYSTICK
(or move).
at any time.
2
Select “
Setting
Handset”.
3
Select “Other
Option”.
Go to step 4.
Changing Handset PIN (Personal Identification Number)
The factory preset is 0000.
Once you have programmed the handset PIN, you cannot confirm it. We recommend
you write down the handset PIN. If you forget it, please consult our Panasonic
Customer Care Helpline. U.K. 08700 100 076 R.O.I. 01289 8333
Follow steps 1 to 3 shown above, then:
4
Select “Change H/S PIN”.
5
Enter current 4-digit Handset PIN.
6
Enter new 4-digit Handset PIN.
7
Enter new 4-digit Handset PIN again
to verify.
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Handset Settings
Changing Handset Name
Follow steps 1 to 3 on the previous page, then:
“Change
4 Select
Name”.
H/S
5
Edit Handset Name.
(max. 10 characters)
6
Press JOYSTICK.
Setting Auto Talk ON/OFF
Follow steps 1 to 3 on the previous page, then:
4
Select “Auto Talk”.
5
Select “On” or “Off”.
Cordless Telephone
• The factory preset is “Off”.
Changing the LetterWise® Language
Follow steps 1 to 3 on the previous page, then:
4
Select “LetterWise”.
5
Select the desired language.
• The factory preset is “English”.
Setting the Battery Type
Follow steps 1 to 3 on the previous page, then:
4
Select “Battery Type”.
5
Select “Ni-Cd” or “Ni-MH”.
• The factory preset is “Ni-MH”.
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Handset Settings
Reset the Handset Settings
You can reset all of the handset settings to their initial settings.
1
Press JOYSTICK
(or move).
2
Select “
Setting
Handset”.
3
Select “Other Option”.
4
Select “Reset
Handset”.
5
Enter 4-digit Handset
PIN.
(Factory Preset 0000)
6
Select “Yes”, then
“Deleted” is displayed.
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Handset Settings
Handset Initial Settings
Functions
Initial Settings
OFF
Alarm Time
Delete
Handset Ringer Volume
6
Handset External Ringer Pattern
1
Handset Internal Ringer Pattern
1
Handset Paging Tone Pattern
1
Handset Alarm Tone Pattern
1
Key Tone
ON
Standby Mode Display
Handset Name
Talk Mode Display
Talk Time
Display Language
English
Call Bar Mode
OFF
Direct Call Mode
OFF
Direct Call Number
Delete
4-Digit Handset PIN
0000
Auto Talk
OFF
Select Base
Automatic Base Unit Selection
Redial Memory
Delete All
Handset Receiver Volume
Medium
Walkie-Talkie Setting
Group
SMS Text Input Mode
LetterWise®
Phonebook List
Remain
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Memo Alarm Mode
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Base Unit Settings
Setting the Base Unit Ringer Volume
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
1
Press
JOYSTICK (or
move).
2
Select “
Setting Base”.
4
Select “Ringer
Option”.
5
Select “Ringer
Volume”.
6
To increase volume, move JOYSTICK up.
To decrease volume or set to OFF, move
JOYSTICK down. (3 levels)
• The factory preset is medium.
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3
Enter 4-digit Base Unit PIN.
(Factory Preset 0000)
7 Press JOYSTICK.
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Base Unit Settings
Call Options
To exit the operation, press
1
Press JOYSTICK
(or move).
4
Select “Call Option”.
at any time.
2
Select “
Base”.
Setting
3
Enter 4-digit Base
Unit PIN.
(Factory Preset 0000)
Go to step 5.
Selecting the Flash/Earth Mode
Follow steps 1 to 4 shown above, then:
5
6 Select “Flash” or “Earth”.
Select “Recall”.
When “Flash” was selected;
7
Select desired flash type. (see below)
• The factory preset is “Flash”.
• “Type 1”: 700 ms, “Type 2”: 80 ms, “Type 3”: 400 ms. The factory preset is “Type
2”.
Selecting the Pause Time
You can select the pause time to 3 or 5 seconds, depending on your PBX requirements.
Follow steps 1 to 4 shown above, then:
5
Select “Pause Time”.
6 Select “Short” (3 sec.) or “Long” (5 sec.).
• The factory preset is “Short”.
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An earth relay can be installed as an option depending on your PBX requirements.
Please consult our Panasonic Customer Care Helpline for installation. On installation,
you can then select the flash or earth mode to suit your PBX or network provider.
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Base Unit Settings
Setting the Emergency Calls
Even if handset is in Call Bar Mode, you can make an emergency call.
Follow steps 1 to 4 on the previous page, then:
5
Select “Emergency Call”.
6
Select “Emergency Call1” to
“Emergency Call5”.
7
Enter Emergency Call Number.
8
Press JOYSTICK.
• The factory presets are 112 and 999.
Call Restriction
You can restrict selected handset(s) from dialling selected phone numbers. You can
assign up to 6 call restriction numbers (up to 8 digits). If you dial a restricted number, the
call does not connect and the restricted number flashes.
Follow steps 1 to 4 on the previous page, then:
5
Select “Call
Restricted”.
6
Search and press RIGHT
SOFT KEY to attach (or
cancel) “ ” to the desired
Handset(s) to restrict.
8
Select the restricted
Number item (1-6).
9
Enter the restricted phone
number (up to 8 digits).
7
Press
JOYSTICK.
10 Press
JOYSTICK.
NOTE: When you put a first digit on step 9, it must overwrite the current displayed
numbers. We recommend you to write down the restricted phone number
you entered.
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Base Unit Settings
Other Options
To exit the operation, press
1
Press JOYSTICK
(or move).
4
Select “Other Option”.
at any time.
2
Select “
Base”.
Setting
3
Enter 4-digit Base
Unit PIN.
(Factory Preset
0000)
Go to step 5.
Changing the Base Unit PIN (Personal Identification Number)
Once you have programmed the base unit PIN, you cannot confirm it. We recommend
you write down the base unit PIN. If you forget it, please consult our Panasonic
Customer Care Helpline. U.K. 08700 100 076 R.O.I. 01289 8333
Follow steps 1 to 4 shown above, then:
5
Select “Change Base
PIN”.
new 4-digit Base
6 Enter
Unit PIN.
new PIN again
7 Enter
to verify.
Reset the Base Unit Settings
You can reset all of the base unit settings to their initial settings.
Follow steps 1 to 4 shown above, then:
5
Select “Reset Base”.
6 Select “Yes”.
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The factory preset is 0000.
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Base Unit Settings
Base Unit Initial Settings
Function
Initial Setting
Recall
Flash
Pause Timing
Short (3 seconds)
Emergency Call Number 1
112
Emergency Call Number 2
999
Call Restricted Handset(s)
Delete All
Call Restriction Number(s)
Delete All
4-Digit Base Unit PIN
0000
Base Unit Ringer Volume
Medium
SMS Message Centre Number 1
0911 023 5029
SMS Message Centre Number 2
0161274599
Caller ID List
Delete All
SMS Message Lists
Delete All
SMS PBX Line Access Number Support ON/OFF
OFF
SMS PBX Line Access Number
Delete All
SMS Feature
ON
Date/Time
31-12-03/00:00
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Multi-Unit User Operations
Operating Additional Handsets
Additional KX-TCA151E handsets are available for purchase separately. Up to 6
handsets can be registered to a single base unit. Using additional handsets allows you
to have an intercom call while simultaneously conducting a call to an outside line.
Operating Additional Base Units
You can register and operate your handset with up to 4 base units. Each base unit forms
1 radio cell. If the individual bases are linked to the same telephone line then you can
extend the operating range of the system by positioning the bases so that the two radio
cells overlap. If the handset is set to auto base selection, then in standby mode the
handset will automatically swap to the second base if the range on the first base is
exceeded. It is not possible to transfer calls between bases (only between handsets
linked to the same base unit).
Cordless Telephone
1
2
4
3
Radio Cell
5
Example:
Additional handsets
(KX-TCA151E) registered
with 2 base units.
NOTE: Calls are disconnected when the handset moves from one radio cell to
another.
KX-TCA151E Handset: You can see the illustrations for answering system feature on
additional KX-TCA151E handset body, but KX-TCD505E does not have an answering
system feature. Therefore, the answering system does not work even if KX-TCA151E
handset has been registered to KX-TCD505E.
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Multi-Unit User Operations
Handset Registration to a Base Unit
The handset supplied with the base unit is already registered. If an optional handset is
purchased, it must be registered as follows.
Charge the optional handset batteries for 7 hours before initial use.
Handset registration must be completed within 1 minute after pressing the
.
If over 1 minute, press
then start over again.
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
1
Press JOYSTICK
(or move).
2
Select “
Setting
Handset”.
3
4
Select “Register
H/set”.
5
Press and hold
on the Base Unit (for about 3
seconds) until the tone sounds.
• If all registered handset(s) start ringing (paging), press
Select
“Registration”.
to stop paging then start over again.
6
Select the desired
base unit.
4-digit Base Unit
7 Enter
PIN.
8 Press JOYSTICK.
(Factory Preset 0000)
When a handset is registered successfully, a confirmation tone sounds and the “
icon is displayed.
”
• If you enter the incorrect Base Unit PIN, the error tone sounds and repeat from step 1.
• To register an handset to more than one base unit, repeat from step 1 with the other
base unit(s).
• The handset main menu may changes corresponding to the base unit registered to.
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Multi-Unit User Operations
Cancelling a Handset
Each handset can cancel itself or another handset. This feature is usually used to cancel
a link between Handset and Base Unit.
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
1
Press JOYSTICK (or move).
2
Select “
3
Enter 4-digit Base Unit PIN.
(Factory Preset 0000)
4
Select “Cancel Handset”.
5
Search and press RIGHT SOFT
KEY to attach “ ” to the handset(s)
to cancel.
6 Press JOYSTICK.
Setting Base”.
Follow steps 1 to 3 on the previous page, then:
4
Select “Cancel Base”.
5
6
Search and press RIGHT SOFT KEY
to attach “ ” to the base unit to cancel.
7 Press JOYSTICK.
8
Select “Yes”, then “Deleted” is
displayed.
Enter 4-digit Handset PIN.
(Factory Preset 0000)
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Cancelling a Base Unit
If another handset is out of range and/or power is OFF when Cancelling a Handset, the
previous base unit number will still remain in the base unit registered in the cancelled
handset. Therefore, you need to cancel the base unit registered in the cancelled
handset. To exit the operation, press
at any time.
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Multi-Unit User Operations
Base Unit Selection
When “Auto” (Automatic Base Unit Selection) is selected, the handset automatically
searches for other registered base units if you move outside of the radio range of the
current base unit.
When a specified base unit is selected, the handset will access that base unit only.
Calls (both incoming and outgoing) can be conducted only via the selected base unit,
even if the radio cells overlap with neighbouring base units.
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
1
Press JOYSTICK (or move).
2
Select “
3
Select “Select Base”.
4
Select “Auto” or desired base unit.
Setting Handset”.
Intercom Between Handsets
You can use your handsets as a 2-way intercom.
Intercom calls can be conducted within the radio cell of the current base unit, but
not with units in neighbouring radio cells.
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
For example, when Handset 1 calls Handset 2:
<Handset 1>
1
<Handset 2>
Press INTERCOM
, then press
desired handset number
.
2
Press TALK
• You can also answer a call by pressing
pressing
(Any Key Talk).
,
to
,
Terminating a call
<Handset 1 or 2>
64
3 Press TALK OFF
.
.
,
or
instead of
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Multi-Unit User Operations
Transferring a Call to Another Handset
The intercom can be used during a call to transfer an external call between handsets
that are registered to the same base unit.
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
For example, when Handset 1 transfers a call to Handset 2:
<Handset 1>
<Handset 2>
(During a call)
1
Press INTERCOM
, then press
desired handset number
.
2
Press TALK
.
3
Press TALK OFF
.
(Conversation between outside line and
Handset 2)
• You can also answer a call by pressing
pressing
(Any Key Talk).
,
to
,
,
or
instead of
• If you press
after pressing the desired handset number, a call can be transferred
to another handset without speaking to another handset.
If the transferred call is not answered within 30 seconds, Handset 1 will ring again.
• When Handset 2 answers a call transferred, press
to establish a conference call
or press
to complete a call transfer.
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Multi-Unit User Operations
Phonebook Copy
You can copy phonebook information between handsets registered to the same base
unit. The phonebook copy must be performed while in intercom mode (see Intercom
Between Handsets on page 64).
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
Copying an Item
<Handset 1: Receiver>
(During an intercom call)
1
Press JOYSTICK.
2
Select “Recv Phonebook”.
“Start Copying” is displayed.
<Handset 2: Sender>
(During an intercom call)
3
Press JOYSTICK.
4
Select “Send Phonebook”.
5
Select the desired item to copy.
6
Select “Copy One Item” then “Start
Copying” is displayed.
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Multi-Unit User Operations
Copying All Items
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
Follow steps 1 to 4 on the previous page, then:
<Handset 1: Receiver>
<Handset 2: Sender>
5
Press JOYSTICK.
6
Select “Copy All Items”.
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• When copying is completed, a beep sounds and “Copy Complete” is displayed.
After a few seconds, the display will return to the intercom call. “Copy Incomplete”
will be displayed if the receiver handset memory is full. If “Copy Failure” is
displayed on the sender handset, the receiver and or sender did not prepare for
copying within 60 seconds.
• If you move JOYSTICK up or down before pressing JOYSTICK on step 5, all items
will not be copied. The items, from the item indicated now to the last item, are copied.
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Walkie-Talkie
The Walkie-Talkie feature allows handsets to communicate with each other outside the
range of the base unit. When the handsets are in Walkie-Talkie mode, external calls
cannot be received. Only KX-TCA151E with Walkie-Talkie feature can communicate
with one another.
Talk time in this mode is approximately 6 hours. Standby time in this mode is
approximately max. 15 hours. (It changes by the use conditions.) When using the
handset in Walkie-Talkie mode, we recommend keeping the handset turned off, turning
it on only when talking in Walkie-Talkie mode. Turning the handset off immediately after
use will improve battery operating time.
Range:
The maximum range between two handsets while in Walkie-Talkie mode is up to
300 metres outdoors.
Setting the Walkie-Talkie Mode
You can set the Walkie-Talkie mode. There are two types: Common Base Station mode
and Group mode. The factory preset is Group mode.
- In Common Base Station mode, communication is possible between handsets
registered to a common base unit. If the handsets are registered to more than one
base unit, the same base unit must be selected.
Please note, the feature will not operate if AUTO is set in the base unit selection.
If Common mode is selected and the handset is not registered to a base unit, an error
tone sounds.
- In Group mode, communication is possible between handsets that are both set to this
mode and whose Group ID’s are common.
This allows handsets to communicate in Walkie-Talkie mode regardless of which
base unit they are registered to.
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Walkie-Talkie
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
1
Press JOYSTICK
(or move).
2
3
Select “Setting”.
4 Select “Common” or “Group”.
Select “
Walkie-Talkie”.
When “Group” was selected;
Enter 3-digit Group Code.
(Factory Preset 000)
6
Press JOYSTICK.
7
Enter Handset Number.
(1-9: Factory Preset is 1)
8
Press JOYSTICK twice.
twice
• If you select Group, enter Group Code (this can be 3 numbers of your choice - the
factory preset is 000). Make note of your code.
• The factory preset of Handset Number is 1.
IMPORTANT: Each handset should have its own unique number.
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Walkie-Talkie
To Turn the Walkie-Talkie Mode On/Off
To use the Walkie-Talkie feature, all handsets in conversation must be in Walkie-Talkie
mode.
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
To Turn the Walkie-Talkie Mode On
1
Press JOYSTICK
(or move).
2
Select “
Talkie”.
3
Walkie-
Select “On”.
• When the Walkie-Talkie mode is ON, the handset number is displayed after
“Walkie-Talkie” appears on the display.
To Turn the Walkie-Talkie Mode Off
1
2
Press JOYSTICK.
Select “Off”.
• This feature is also turned off if you turn power off then on.
Talking in Walkie-Talkie Mode
Before proceeding with this function, please ensure Walkie-Talkie mode is turned on,
and the appropriate Walkie-Talkie mode has been selected.
For example, Handset 1 is calling Handset 2.
To exit the operation, press
at any time.
<Handset 1>
1
Press INTERCOM
,
or
,
then press desired handset number
.
2
• You can also answer a call by pressing
pressing
(Any Key Talk).
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<Handset 2>
Press TALK
,
to
,
.
,
or
instead of
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Using the Belt Clip
You can hang the handset on your belt
or pocket using the belt clip.
To remove
the belt clip.
Optional Headset
Plugging an optional headset into the handset allows hands-free phone
conversations. Please use only the Panasonic KX-TCA89EX headset. To order, call
the accessories telephone number on page 3. While using the headset,
speakerphone is not available. To switch to speakerphone, disconnect the headset.
Connecting the optional
Headset Socket headset to the handset
Open the headset socket
cover, and connect the optional
headset to the headset socket
as shown.
This unit can be mounted on a wall.
- Insert screws into the wall. The
centre of the screw holes should be
8 cm horizontally apart.
- Make sure the screws are securely
fastened to the wall.
Screws
Connect the AC adaptor and the
Fasten the AC adaptor cord to
telephone line cord.
prevent it from being disconnected.
- Arrange the wires as shown, then
mount the unit.
8 cm
Hooks
Wall Template
8 cm
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Useful Information
Wall Mounting
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Before Requesting Help
If you experience any problems with the normal use of your apparatus, you should
unplug it from the telephone outlet and connect a known working telephone in its place.
If the known working telephone still has problems, then please contact the customer
service department of your Network provider.
If it operates correctly, then the problem is likely to be a fault in your apparatus.
In this case, contact your supplier for advice. Your Network provider may charge you if
they attend a service call that is not due to an apparatus supplied by them.
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
Page
The unit does not work.
• Batteries not installed
• Re-install batteries
properly.
properly.
• AC adaptor of base unit • Disconnect and then
not connected properly.
connect AC adaptor.
p.10
Display is blank.
• Handset not turned on.
• Turn on power.
p.12
Handset will not turn on.
• Batteries not inserted.
• Insert the 2 rechargeable p.10
• Batteries not charged.
• Place handset on base
• Dirty charge contact.
• Clean charge/battery
Battery charge icon not
counting up.
• Base not powered up.
icon flashes.
Handset busy tone heard
when
is pressed.
batteries supplied.
and connect AC adaptor
to base and AC outlet
(full charge period 7 hrs).
p.11
contact and retry charge.
• Connect AC adaptor to p.10
base unit and AC outlet.
• Handset not registered to • Register handset to
p.62
base.
base.
• Handset out of range of • Move handset closer to
base.
base.
• No power into base unit. • Connect AC adaptor to p.10
base unit and AC outlet.
• Handset out of range of • Move handset closer to
base.
base.
• Another handset in use. • Wait for the other user to
complete call.
No dial tone.
• Telephone line not
connected.
• Insert telephone cord to p.10
network.
• Turn power OFF then
p.12
• Call Bar mode set.
• Turn feature off.
• Particular dialled number • Remove number from
p.50
p.58
• Key lock mode ON.
p.16
ON.
Cannot dial out.
is restricted.
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call restricted list.
• Turn key lock OFF.
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Before Requesting Help
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
Page
Handset will not ring.
• Ringer switched off.
• Set ringer to one of 6
p.47
Last number redial does
not work.
• Number exceeded 24
• Redial manually.
p.17
No Caller ID number
displayed.
• Service not supplied.
• Caller ID service must be p.19
• Caller has withheld info.
arranged with Network
icon flashes
digits.
volume levels.
provider.
• Battery low.
• Recharge batteries.
Cannot register handset to • Max. number of bases
• Delete unused base
base.
already registered to
registrations from
handset.
handset.
• Max. number of handsets • Delete unused handset
already registered to
registrations from base.
base unit.
• Wrong PIN number
• If PIN number is lost,
entered (Default 0000).
contact the Panasonic
Customer Care Helpline.
• Electrical noise in local • Move base/handset
area.
away from sources of
electrical noise (e.g.,
TVs, radios, etc.).
The unit begins ringing
(one ring) after other
connected telephones.
• The SMS feature is
turned on.
p.63
p.63
p.52
p.5
• Turn the SMS feature off, p.41
if you do not use an SMS
service.
• Recharge batteries more
Useful Information
The display is blank even if • Battery low.
the unit is charged.
p.10
than about 10 minutes.
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Before Requesting Help
SMS-Text Messaging
Problem
Cannot send a message.
Possible cause
Solution
• You have not subscribed • Caller ID service must be p.30
to Caller ID.
• SMS Centre number is
arranged with Network
provider.
• Store the number.
• Memory is full.
• Delete messages in the p.35
not stored in your
telephone.
• Message was interrupted • Wait until the message
during sending.
has been sent before
using any other
telephone functions.
Cannot send or receive a
message.
Error Code
FD
Page
p.40
Outgoing/Incoming lists. p.38
p.38
Description
Page
• Could not connect to the SMS Centre. Check that you p.40
have the correct SMS Centre numbers or turn the
SMS feature on.
p.41
FE
• There was a problem sending the message.
EO
• Your number is permanently withheld or you have not p.30
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subscribed to a Caller ID service.
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Character Table
Phonebook Character Table
x
Useful Information
9
8
4
x
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Character Table
SMS Character Table
“LetterWise®” Character Table
Buttons
2
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
x
Character Space . @ / : ; #
ABC 2 DEF 3 GHI 4 JKL 5 MNO 6 PQRS 7 TUV 8 WXYZ 9
Displayed + - 1 " ’ , ! ¡ ? ¿ _ €
£ $ ¥ () [ ] { } & % \
abc 2 def 3 ghi 4 jkl 5 mno 6 pqrs 7 tuv 8 wxyz 9
^~|<>=¤§
• Press
• Press
• Press
for space or 0.
to change letter size; Capital > Small, Small > Capital.
to show the next suggested character.
“Alphabet”, “Numeric”, “Greek” and “Extended” Character Table
0
Space 0
x
9
Space . @ / : ; # + 1"’,!¡?¿_€£$¥
() [ ] { } & % \ ^ ~ | < >
=¤§
ABC 2
abc 2
DEF 3
def 3
GHI 4
ghi 4
JKL 5
jkl 5
MNO 6
mno 6
PQRS 7
pqrs 7
TUV 8
tuv 8
WXYZ 9
wxyz 9
Numeric
(0–9)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
76
Greek (ΑΒΓ)
Extended (AÄÅ)
Space . @ / : ; # + - Space . @ / : ; # + - 1 "
1 " ’ , ! ¡ ? ¿ _ € £ $ ¥ ’ , ! ¡ ? ¿ _ € £ $ ¥ () [ ] { }
() [ ] { } & % \ ^ ~ | < > & % \ ^ ~ | < > = ¤ §
=¤§
AÀÁÂÃÄÅÆBCÇ2
ΑΒΓ 2
aàáâãäåæbcç2
DEÈÉÊËVF3
∆ΕΖ 3
deèéêëWf3
G G H I Ì Í Î ÏCE 4
ΗΘΙ 4
g g h i ì í î ïDi 4
JKL5
ΚΛΜ 5
jkl5
MNÑOÒÓÔÕÖø6
Ν Ο6
mnñoòóôõöø6
PQRSŞß7
ΠΡΣ 7
pqrsŞß7
TUÙÚÛÜHV8
ΤΥΦ 8
tuùúûüIv8
WXYZ9
ΧΨΩ 9
wxyz9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Space 0
x
Alphabet (ABC)
x
Buttons
Space 0
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Index
AC Adaptor ........................................ 4, 10
Accessories.............................................. 4
Answering a Call .................................... 14
Any Key Talk .......................................... 14
Auto Talk .......................................... 14, 53
Intercom ................................................. 64
Base Unit
Initial Settings.................................... 60
PIN .................................................... 59
Reset................................................. 59
Selection ........................................... 64
Battery
Caution................................................ 5
Charge .............................................. 10
Information ........................................ 11
Installation......................................... 10
Making a Call ......................................... 14
Memo Alarm .......................................... 44
Mute....................................................... 15
Call Bar ..................................................
Call Restriction .......................................
Call Waiting ............................................
Caller ID List Menu
Deleting.............................................
Editing ...............................................
Storing...............................................
Cancelling a Base Unit...........................
Cancelling a Handset .............................
Conference call ......................................
Recall ............................................... 17, 57
Receiver Volume ................................... 15
Redial List Menu
Deleting............................................. 22
Editing............................................... 22
Storing .............................................. 21
Redialling ............................................... 17
50
58
18
21
20
20
63
63
65
Phonebook
Copy .................................................
Hot Keys ...........................................
Storing ..............................................
Power ON/OFF ......................................
Private Category ....................................
66
29
24
12
23
Setting up............................................... 10
SMS Feature.......................................... 30
Specifications......................................... 78
Transferring a Call ................................. 65
Walkie-Talkie ......................................... 68
Useful Information
Date and Time........................................ 13
Dialling Pause .................................. 18, 57
Direct Call Number................................. 50
Display
Standby Mode................................... 48
Talk Mode ......................................... 49
Key
Lock .................................................. 16
Tone.................................................. 48
Emergency Calls .................................... 58
Flash/Earth............................................. 57
Guarantee .............................................. 79
Handset
Display ................................................ 9
Initial Settings.................................... 55
Locator/Paging.................................. 16
PIN .................................................... 52
Registration....................................... 62
Reset................................................. 54
Ringer Pattern................................... 47
Ringer Volume .................................. 47
Hands-Free Phone................................. 15
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Technical Information
Specifications
Standard:
Number of channels:
Frequency range:
Duplex procedure:
Channel spacing:
Bit rate:
Modulation:
RF Transmission Power:
Voice coding:
Power source:
Power consumption, base unit:
Operating conditions:
Dimensions, Base Unit:
Dimensions, Handset:
DECT=(Digital Enhanced Cordless
Telecommunications)
GAP=(Generic Access Profile)
120 Duplex Channels
1.88 GHz to 1.9 GHz
TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access)
1728 kHz
1152 kbit/s
GFSK
approx. 250 mW
ADPCM 32 kbit/s
AC Adaptor 220 - 240 V, 50 Hz
5 VA
5 - 40 °C, 20 - 80 % relative air humidity (dry)
About (58 mm x 128 mm x 105 mm) x 200 g
About (143 mm x 48 mm x 32 mm) x 125 g
• Specifications are subject to change.
• The illustrations used in this manual may differ slightly from the original device.
Connections: The telephone will not work during a power failure. We therefore
recommend you use a standard telephone and T Adaptor to connect this Digital
Cordless Phone to the line. Your Panasonic Sales Shop can offer you more information
about connection possibilities.
“Eatoni and LetterWise are trademarks of Eatoni Ergonomics, Inc.”
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Guarantee
CONDITIONS OF GUARANTEE
This guarantee is in addition to and does not in any way affect any statutory or other rights of
consumer purchasers. If within the applicable guarantee period, the appliance proves to be
defective by reason of faulty design, workmanship or materials, we undertake subject to the
following conditions to have the defective appliance (or any part or parts there of) repaired or
replaced free of charge.
1. The appliance shall have been purchased and used solely within either the UK or ROI and
in accordance with standard operating instructions and the technical and/or Safety
Standards required in the UK.
2. The appliance should be returned together with this guarantee and proof of date of
purchase promptly on being found defective at the purchaser's risk and expense to the
authorised dealer from whom the appliance was purchased or to the nearest authorised
dealer. All enquires must be through such dealers.
3. This guarantee shall not apply to damage caused through fire, accident, lightning, misuse,
wear and tear, neglect, incorrect adjustment or repair, to damage caused through
installation, adaption, modification or use in an improper manner or inconsistent with the
technical and/or safety standards required in the country where this appliance is used, or
to damage occurred during transit to or from the purchaser.
4. If at any time during the guarantee period any part or parts of the appliance are replaced
with a part or parts not supplied or approved by us or of an objective quality safe and
suitable for the appliance, or the appliance has been dismantled or repaired by any person
not authorised by us, we shall have the right to terminate this guarantee in whole or in part
immediately without further notice.
5. The purchaser's sole and exclusive remedy under this guarantee against us is for the
repair or replacement of the appliance or any defective part or parts and no other remedy,
including, but not limited to, incidental or consequential damage or loss of whatsoever
nature shall be available to the purchaser.
6. This guarantee shall not apply to batteries and any other items of limited natural life.
7. Our decision on all matters relating to complaints shall be final. Any appliance or defective
part which has been replaced shall become our property.
8. The guarantee period applicable to this product shall be 12 months.
Useful Information
Please keep these Operating Instructions with your receipt.
Panasonic Business Systems U.K.
Receipt No.
Date of Purchase
Model No. KX-TCD505E
Serial No.
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Hereby, Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd., declares that this Dect Cordless Telephone is
in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive
1999/5/EC.
A copy of the manufacturer's declaration of conformity to the essential requirements of the
R&TTE Directive is available at the following web address:
http://doc.panasonic-tc.de
For your future reference
Serial No.
(found on the bottom of the unit)
Date of purchase
Name and address of dealer
Attach or keep original receipt to assist with any repair under warranty.
Customer Care Helpline Tel. No. : U.K. 08700 100 076
R.O.I. 01289 8333
0436
1999/5/EC
This equipment is designed for use on the United Kingdom only.
In the event of problem, you should contact your equipment supplier in the first
instance.
Technical specifications are subject to change.
Sales Department:
Panasonic Business Systems U.K.
Panasonic House, Willoughby Road, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 8FP
Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd.
1-62, 4-chome, Minoshima, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka 812-8531, Japan
PQQX13448ZA
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