Geemarc Ocean400 User guide

Geemarc Ocean400 User guide
oCean400
Amplified Telephone with
Voice Prompt and
Emergency Call
English
CONTENTS
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for an up to date user guide, as there may be
important updates and changes you need to be
aware of !!!
CONTENTS ...........................................................1
INTRODUCTION....................................................3
Unpacking the Telephone .......................................3
DESCRIPTION.......................................................4
General Description ...............................................4
Location Of Controls ..............................................5
Keys Description ....................................................6
LCD Description .....................................................8
USING THE TELEPHONE................................... 10
Making a Call ....................................................... 10
Receiving a Call ................................................... 11
Muting the Microphone......................................... 12
Using the Amplification Function .......................... 12
Using your Phone with hearing aids..................... 12
Headset Function ................................................. 13
Hands-free ........................................................... 13
Hold Function ....................................................... 13
Ringer Setting ...................................................... 14
Speed Dial Setting ............................................... 15
Flash Signal ......................................................... 18
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CONTENTS
CALLER ID .......................................................... 19
PHONE BOOK..................................................... 20
MENU FUNCTIONS............................................. 23
Menu Navigation .................................................. 23
Menu Map ............................................................ 23
SETTINGS ........................................................... 25
Set Display ........................................................... 25
Set Phone ............................................................ 27
Setting Date & Time ............................................. 30
Set Talk ................................................................ 30
SOS Setting ......................................................... 32
CALLER ID ON CALL WAITING ......................... 36
FEATURE LIST.................................................... 37
TROUBLESHOOTING......................................... 38
SAFETY INFORMATION ..................................... 39
GUARANTEE ...................................................... 40
RECYCLING DIRECTIVES ................................. 42
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on purchasing your Geemarc oCean400
telephone. This is a multifunction telephone which offers
features such as hands free use, caller ID*, caller
announce, dialling talking, a phone book and quick dial.
It offers amplification, helpful for those with hearing
difficulties. It has large buttons allowing easy use of the
keypad and to help stop any misdialling. This telephone
is compatible with hearing aids.
It is important that you read the instructions below in
order to use your Geemarc telephone to its full potential.
Keep this user guide in a safe place for future reference.
This guide explains how to use the following telephone:
oCean400
*To use the caller display facility, you must subscribe to your network
provider’s caller display service.
Unpacking the Telephone
When unpacking the telephone, you should find the
followings in the box:
• 1 oCean400 unit
• 1 oCean400 handset with curly cord
• 1 Telephone line cord
• 1 Mains power adaptor
• 1 User Guide
For product support and help visit our website at
www.geemarc.com
Telephone 01707 387602 Or fax 01707 832529
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DESCRIPTION
General Description
Handset
Up/Down
Scroll
New call indicator
Visual ring
indicator
Hook switch
LCD
display
Left Soft
Key
Speaker
MUTE
button
Headset
key
Right Soft
Key
SOS Key
(M4)
Memory
buttons
(M1~M3)
Photo
memory
dial keys
FLASH
(M5~M7)
button TONE Redial/ VOL.- VOL. +
button Pause button Button Speaker
button
Key
VIP button
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DESCRIPTION
Location Of Controls
Power Phone
line cord
jack
jack
Flashlight Headset
jack
jack
Handset cord jack
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DESCRIPTION
Keys Description
Make/Answer/End a call.
Activates the speakerphone during a
call, as described in page 13.
Last number redial, as described in
page 10.
Insert a pause when pre-dialing a
number.
Highlight or scroll through the menu
options.
Enter the CID list, as described in
page 19.
Perform the functions indicated by the
text immediately over it (on the bottom
line of the display) which changes
time by time dependant on the screen
being displayed.
Press this key during a call to mute
the microphone temporarily.
The seven keys are used as
one-touch speed dial keys.
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DESCRIPTION
This key is used to adjust the tone
level.
This key is used to disconnect a call
and re-establish dial tone or to switch
over to another caller if you use
custom calling services such as call
waiting.
This key is used for emergency speed
dialling.
Press this key to activate the headset
function.
This key is used to increase the
volume level.
This key is used to decrease the
volume level.
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DESCRIPTION
LCD Description
In standby mode, the large LCD display will be displayed
as below:
Date
Ringer Off
Time
Ring OF F
Total calls
MON 10:43 AM
TOTAL
PhoneBk
16 NEW
New calls
12
Menu
If you forget to connect the phone line cord, "No line" will
show on the screen.
Ring O F F
MON 10:43AM
N o lin e
Ph on eBk
Men u
When you press the Menu soft key, the display will show
or
key to scroll
the main menu. Use
through the menu and select the desired option, then
press Select soft key to confirm.
04/27
Se t D is p la y
Se t Ph o n e
D a te a n d T i m e
S e le ct
Ba c k
When a new call comes in, the screen will display the
caller's phone number and/or name.
02:46P M
04/27
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N EW
DESCRIPTION
This shows you the total and new calls to be reviewed. In
this example, you have 16 calls in total which includes 12
new calls.
Ring
O FF
MON 10:43AM
T OT AL 1 6
N EW 12
Pho neBk
Menu
If the caller has exercised the option to prevent his name
and number from being sent, "Private" will be shown on
the display.
“Out of Area” will display when someone calls from an
area where the telephone company is not offering the
caller identification services or is not yet providing
number delivery to your area.
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USING THE TELEPHONE
Making a Call
1. To make a call, lift the handset, listen for a dial tone.
Adjust your volume & tone settings if required (see
page 12).
2. You can dial a number using the keypad or press one
of the memory dial buttons. Please refer to page 15 for
memory calling.
3. To end the call, replace the handset on the base.
You can also enter the desired phone number in standby
mode, which allows you to make corrections before
dialling. Follow these steps:
1. Enter a telephone number (up to 32 digits). Check it. If
you make a mistake while entering a number, press
the Clear soft key to edit it.
2. When the number appears correctly, lift the handset or
press the
key, the number will be dialled
automatically.
Last Number Redial
The
key is used to quickly redial the last number you
dialled.
1. Lift the handset to get a dial tone.
key. The phone will redial up to 17 digits
2. Press the
automatically.
Dialing a Number from the Redial List
1. Press the
key in standby mode.
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USING THE TELEPHONE
2. Press
or
key repeatedly until you find
the number you want to dial.
key to dial the
3. Pick up the handset or press the
number.
Use Redial Book options
Using the redial book options, you can add a number to
phone book or delete a number from the redial book.
key in standby mode.
1. Press the
or
2. Scroll to the desired number by using the
key.
3. When the number appears, press the Options soft key
to choose the desired option:
• Erase: allows you to delete the selected number.
• Erase all: allows you to delete the whole redial book.
• Store: allows you to add the number to the phone
book. Enter a name you want to use with this number,
then press the Save soft key (See page 21)
4. To exit, press the Back soft key.
Receiving a Call
When a new call is received the phone will ring and the
Visual ring indicator will flash.
1. To answer a call, lift the handset and speak.
2. Adjust your volume & tone settings if required (see
page 12).
3. To end the call, replace the handset on the base.
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USING THE TELEPHONE
Muting the Microphone
During a conversation, you can temporarily switch your
phone's microphone off so that the other party cannot
hear you speak.
To mute your microphone, press the
key during the
conversation. "Mute" appears on the LCD.
To unmute your microphone, press the
key. The
other party will be able to hear you once again.
Using the Amplification Function
Your phone is equipped with a specialized amplification
function. During a conversation you can adjust the
Volume Controls
or
and Tone control
to
satisfy your hearing requirements.
The handset receiver volume adjustment is 0-30dB. The
TONE control allows you to either boost low or high
frequency range.
CAUTION: This telephone can produce very high (loud)
sound levels. Repeated incremental exposure to
amplification levels greater than 18 dB may be harmful to
people without hearing loss. Always adjust the volume
control to the minimum setting after using the phone.
Using your Phone with hearing aids
Your phone can be used with hearing aids equipped with
a telecoil (T-coil). Adjust your hearing aid "T-switch" to the
"T" position. Make sure to hold the handset close to your
hearing aid.
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USING THE TELEPHONE
Headset Function
Press
to activate the headset function. Plug the
headset into the headset jack. The headset jack can be
found at the rear of the phone. If you use this jack you
can listen and speak through your headset.
Hands-free
During a call, you may turn on the speakerphone. Whilst
in this mode you can enjoy the comfort of a hands free
conversation.
until
To turn the feature on during a call, press
icon appears, then replace the handset on the base.
To turn the feature off, and keep on talking in normal
mode(handset mode), simply pick up the handset. The
icon will disappear.
Adjusting Speaker Volume
In speaker mode you can adjust the speaker volume by
or
using the Volume Controls
front panel of the phone.
located on the
Hold Function
During a call, you can press the Hold soft key to put a
call on hold and the LCD will display "Call on hold".
Hanging up the handset will not disconnect the call.
To continue the conversation, simply pick up the handset
or press the Unhold soft key.
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USING THE TELEPHONE
Ringer Setting
You can select your own ringer tone and adjust the ringer
volume. You can also adjust the ringer volume to "Ringer
OFF" in order to turn off the ringer.
1. Press Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press the
key to move to Set Phone and then
press Select soft key.
3. Press Select soft key to choose Set Ring. Press
Select soft key again to choose Ringer volume. You
can choose among volume 1~volume 5. Every time
you press the
or
key, the phone rings
with the selected volume level.
4. Press the Select soft key to confirm.
5. Press the
key to set the Ringer tone, press the
Select soft key.
6. Press the
or
key repeatedly to select
the desired ringer tone. Each time you press the
key, the phone rings with the selected ringer
or
tone.
7. Press Select soft key to confirm and return to the
previous menu.
In standby mode You can also adjust the ringer volume
by using the Volume Controls
or
on the front
panel of the phone. The display will show the current
level. For example: volume 1.
WARNING: RING VOLUME IS VERY LOUD AND CAN
DAMAGE YOUR HEARING. NEVER PUT YOUR EAR
CLOSE TO THE RINGER.
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USING THE TELEPHONE
Speed Dial Setting
One-touch Memory
Your phone allows you to program 7 frequently used
one-touch memory numbers [M1~M3 or 3 photo
memory dial keys (M5~M7) or SOS (M4) Key]. Each
memory key can store up to 24 digits.
Storing Memory Numbers
1. Use the keypad to enter the number you want to store.
You can use the Clear soft key to edit the number.
2. Press and hold one of the Memory dial keys [M1~M3
or 3 photo memory dial keys(M5~M7) or SOS (M4)
Key], the display shows Number:. Edit it if necessary.
Press Save soft key.
3. The display shows Name:, enter the name you want to
use for this number. Use the Clear soft key to edit it if
required. Press the Save soft key (see page 21).
or
key to select the ring you
4. Press
would like to associate with the number, press the
Select key to confirm.
Note: Entering a new number in the same location will
automatically erase the previous number.
Viewing and Dialling Memory Numbers
In standby mode press one of the Memory dial keys
[M1~M3 or 3 photo memory dial keys(M5~M7) or SOS
(M4) Key], the display will show the corresponding
key to dial it
number. Lift the handset or press the
out.
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USING THE TELEPHONE
Using the Options
1. In standby mode press one of the Memory dial keys
[M1~M3 or 3 photo memory dial keys (M5~M7) or SOS
(M4) Key].
2. Press Options soft key to choose the desired option:
• Play Voice: allows you to play the voice prompt of this
entry. If you have recorded the name for this entry, the
system will announce the name, otherwise it can only
announce the number.
• Record Voice: allows you to record the name for the
selected entry.
• Erase Voice: allows you to delete the name you have
recorded for the selected entry.
• Edit: allows you to edit the selected entry.
• Erase: allows you to delete the selected entry.
Note: If you record a voice prompt for an entry, an icon
will appear before the name of this entry.
Two-touch Memory
Your phone allows you to program 10 frequently
two-touch memory numbers (0~9). Each memory key
can store up to 24 digits.
Storing Memory Numbers
1. Use the keypad to enter the number you want to store.
You can use the Clear soft key to edit the number.
2. Press the
key.
3. Press one of the numeric keys (0~9), the display
shows Number:. Edit it if necessary. Press Save soft
key.
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USING THE TELEPHONE
4. The display shows Name: enter the name your want to
use with the number. Use the Clear soft key to edit it if
necessary. Press the Save soft key. (See page 21).
or
key to select the ring you like
5. Press
to associate with the number, press the Select key to
confirm.
Note: Entering a new number in the same location will
automatically erase the previous number.
Viewing and Dialling Memory Numbers
In standby mode press and hold one of the numeric keys
(0~9), the display will show the corresponding number.
Lift the handset or press the
key to dial it out.
Using the Options
1. In standby mode press and hold one of the numeric
keys (0~9).
2. Press Options soft key to choose the desired option:
• Play Voice: allows you to play the voice prompt of
this entry. If you have recorded the name for this
entry, the system will announce the name, otherwise
it can only announce the number.
• Record Voice: allows you to record the name for the
selected entry.
• Erase Voice: allows you to delete the name you have
recorded for the selected entry.
• Edit: allows you to edit the selected entry.
• Erase: allows you to delete the selected entry.
Note: If you record a voice prompt for an entry, an icon
will appear before the name of this entry.
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USING THE TELEPHONE
Flash Signal
When the line is engaged, pressing the
key sends
the flash signal. This key is used in conjunction with
special services (e.g. call waiting) which might be
available for your phone network. For further details
please contact your telephone network company.
To use the said special services, just press the
while the line is engaged.
key
Note: This key only operates when your telephone has
been installed for Tone mode (Dialing Mode menu must
be set to Tone option).
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CALLER ID
This telephone automatically displays an incoming caller's
number/name along with the date and time of the call. It
will record up to 20 calls of up to 16 digits and store the
data into memory.
IMPORTANT: You must subscribe to the Caller ID Service
from your local telephone company to utilize this feature.
Viewing the Caller List
Use
or
key to scroll through entries.
Records will be listed in the order they were received.
Dialing a Number from the Caller List
or
key to scroll to the desired
Use
number. Then pick up the handset or press the
key to dial it out.
Using the Caller List Options
1. Use
or
key to locate the desired
record.
2. Press Options soft key to choose the desired option:
• Erase: allows you to delete the selected entry.
• Erase all: allows you to delete all the entries.
• Store: allows you to add the entry to the phonebook.
Note: If you select Erase all, a message "Erase all?" will
ask you to confirm or not. Press Yes to confirm or No to
cancel.
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PHONE BOOK
The phonebook built in to your phone allows you to store
frequently used numbers so that you can easily make a
call without having to remember or manually enter the
phone number.
Character Map
To enter a specific alphanumeric character, press the
relevant key one or more times key for the required
character according to the following table. Press once
for the first character, twice for the second and so on. E.g.
Press number 2 three times to enter “C”.
Key Characters in the displayed order
0
0
1
(spc)
_
*
,
1
2
Aa
Bb
Cc
(
2
3
Dd
Ee
Ff
)
3
4
Gg
Hh
Ii
#
4
5
Jj
Kk
Ll
/
5
6
Mm
Nn
Oo
‘
6
7
Pp
Qq
Rr
Ss
7
8
Tt
Uu
Vv
?
8
9
Ww
Xx
Yy
Zz
9
Notes:
• If you want to shift the case between upper and lower,
while entering letters, press the * key.
• When entering the same letter twice or a different letter
with the same key, wait for a few seconds for the cursor
to move automatically and then select the next letter.
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PHONE BOOK
Adding the Phonebook Entries
1. Enter a phone number (up to 24 digits) while in
standby mode and then press Save soft key.
2. The display shows Number:. Edit it if necessary.
Press Save soft key.
3. The display shows Name:, enter the name you want
to use, then press Save soft key.
or
key to select the ring you
4. Press
would like to associate with the number, press the
Select key to confirm.
Notes: If you make a mistake while entering a name or a
number, use the Clear soft key to correct it. Each time
you press this key, the last digit is deleted.
Viewing the Phonebook Entries
1. Press the PhoneBk soft key in standby mode to
enter the phonebook.
2. Press
or
key repeatedly until the
desired entry is displayed.
3. Lift the handset or press the
this number.
key to dial out
Note: If you have activated the Review Talking feature in
or
key,
advance, every time you press
the system will announce the number of the entry that
appears on the display.
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PHONE BOOK
Using the Phonebook Options
1. Press PhoneBk soft key to enter the phonebook.
2. Press
or
key repeatedly until the
desired entry appears.
3. Press Options soft key to choose the desired option:
• Play Voice: allows you to play the voice prompt of
this entry. If you have recorded the name for this
entry, the system will announce the name, otherwise
it can only announce the number.
• Record Voice: allows you to record the name for the
selected entry.
• Erase Voice: allows you to delete the name you
have recorded for the selected entry.
• Edit: allows you to edit the selected entry.
• Erase: allows you to delete the selected entry.
Note: If you record a voice prompt for an entry, an icon
will appear before the name of this entry.
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MENU FUNCTIONS
Menu Navigation
To access a menu option:
To display menu list, press the Menu soft key.
To scroll through menu options, press
or
key repeatedly.
To select a menu, press the Select soft key when the
desired menu appears on the display.
Repeat if necessary.
To exit from any menu:
If you press the Back soft key or the Exit soft key, the
phone returns to the previous screen.
Menu Map
Set Display
Set Language (see page 25)
Set Contrast (see page 25)
Dim: X--->x (see page 26)
Hour Format (see page 26)
Date Format (see page 26)
Set Phone
Set Ring (see page 27)
Set Keypad Tones (see page 27)
Call Waiting (see page 27)
Set Flash (see page 27)
Dialing Mode (see page 28)
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MENU FUNCTIONS
AUTO ON HOOK (see page 28)
New call LED (see page 29)
Date and Time (see page 30)
Set Talk
DIALING TALKING (see page 30)
CID TALKING (see page 31)
REVIEW TALKING (see page 31)
Voice Prompt (see page 32)
Set SOS
Storing SOS Numbers (see page 32)
Recording SOS Message (see page 33)
Playing SOS Message (see page 34)
SOS Emergency Dialling (see page 34)
Auto turn on (see page 34)
Security ID (see page 35)
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SETTINGS
Set Display
Using this feature, you can customize the display settings,
according to your taste and needs (language, contrast,
hour format and date format).
Language Setting
The phone supports up to 3 predefined languages:
English, French, German. You can change the language
used to display the menu messages.
1. Press Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press Select soft key to access Set Display.
3. Press Select soft key to select Set Language.
4. Press
or
key repeatedly to scroll
through the options. Each language will be displayed
in its own native translation.
5. Press Select soft key to select the required language.
LCD Contrast Setting
1. Press Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press Select soft key to access Set Display.
or
key to move to Set
3. Press the
Contrast, press Select soft key.
or
key repeatedly to choose
4. Press
among the 8 available contrast levels and then press
Select soft key.
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SETTINGS
Switch to smaller font
1. Press Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press Select soft key to access Set Display.
3. Press
or
key repeatedly to move to
Dim:X--->x, press Select soft key.
or
key repeatedly to choose ON
4. Press
or OFF and then press Select soft key.
Note: If you select ON, when you pre-dial a number, if the
number exceeds 8 digits, the font will be switched to
smaller size automatically.
Hour Format Setting
1. Press Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press Select soft key to access Set Display.
or
key repeatedly to move to
3. Press
Hour Format, press Select soft key.
or
key repeatedly to choose 12
4. Press
hour clock or 24 hour clock and then press Select
soft key.
Note: If you select 12 hour clock, AM/PM will appear on
the right of the time in standby mode.
Date Format Setting
1. Press Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press Select soft key to access Set Display.
or
key repeatedly to move to
3. Press
Date Format, press Select soft key.
or
key repeatedly to choose
4. Press
DD/MM or MM/DD and then press Select soft key.
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SETTINGS
Set Phone
Keypad Tones Setting
1. Press Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
key to move to Set Phone and then
2. Press the
press Select soft key.
3. Press Select soft key to access Set Ring.
or
key to choose Keypad
4. Press the
Tones, then press Select soft key.
5. You can use
or
key to choose ON or
OFF to enable or disable the function.
6. Press the Select soft key.
Call Waiting
1. Press Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
key to move to Set Phone and then
2. Press the
press Select soft key.
3. Press the
key to move to Call Waiting and
then press Select soft key. The display shows the
current setting.
4. Use
or
key to select ON/OFF to
activate/deactivate the call waiting function, press
Select soft key to confirm.
Flash Time Setting
1. Press Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
key to move to Set Phone and then
2. Press the
press Select soft key.
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SETTINGS
3. Press
or
key repeatedly to move to
Set Flash and then press Select soft key. The display
shows the current setting.
or
key repeatedly to choose
4. Press
among 100ms, 300ms and 600ms, press Select soft
key to confirm.
Dialing Mode Setting
1. Press Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press the
key to move to Set Phone and then
press Select soft key.
or
key repeatedly to move to
3. Press
Dialing Mode and then press Select soft key. The
display shows the current setting.
or
key repeatedly to choose
4. Press
between Tone and Pulse, press Select soft key to
confirm.
Notes:
• This menu is not used in countries where only Tone
dialing is available.
• If you are not sure which dialing mode to select, please
contact your local service provider.
Auto On Hook
1. Press Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press the
key to move to Set Phone and then
press Select soft key.
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SETTINGS
3. Press
or
key repeatedly to move to
AUTO ON HOOK and then press Select soft key. The
display shows the current setting.
or
key to choose ON or OFF to
4. Use
activate or deactivate the auto on hook feature.
5. Press the Select soft key to confirm.
NOTE: The Auto On Hook Feature as detailed on page
31 will in most cases not work in the UK. For this function
to operate the telephone Network that you are connected
with has to give a busy tone when the call is ended by the
other party. (tone signal: 425 Hz at 0.5s/0.5s)
New call LED
If you activate this feature, the new call LED will flash to
indicate that you have new call to be reviewed.
1. Press Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press the
key to move to Set Phone and then
press Select soft key.
or
key repeatedly to move to
3. Press
New call LED. and then press Select soft key.
or
key to choose ON, OFF to
4. Use
activate or deactivate this feature.
5. Press the Select soft key to confirm.
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SETTINGS
Setting Date & Time
In standby mode, the phone displays the current date and
time to help you keep track of your appointments. You
need to set the date and time so that when you receive
calls they will appear with the correct date and time.
1. Press Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press
or
key repeatedly to move to
Date and Time, press Select soft key. The current
settings are displayed.
3. Enter the current time using the numeric keypad,
press Save soft key.
4. Enter the current date using the numeric keypad,
press Save soft key.
5. Enter the current year using the numeric keypad,
press Save soft key.
Note: You can select the hour format and date format.
Please refer to Hour Format Setting and Date Format
Setting on Pages 26.
Set Talk
Dialing Talking
This feature allows you to check the number you have
entered in standby mode without looking at the display.
1. Press Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press
or
key repeatedly to move to
Set Talk, press Select soft key.
3. Press Select soft key to access DIALING TALKING.
4. Use
or
key to select ON/OFF to
activate / deactivate the dialing talking function, press
Select soft key to confirm.
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SETTINGS
CID Talking
The talking CID can announce the number that comes in
unless the caller blocks the number. Note that if you
have stored a number in phone book and recorded the
corresponding name, when an incoming call with this
number comes in, the system will announce the name
associated with this number.
1. Press Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
or
key repeatedly to move to
2. Press
Set Talk, press Select soft key.
3. Press the t key to move to CID TALKING, press
Select soft key.
or
key to select ON/OFF to
4. Use
activate/deactivate the CID talking function, press
Select soft key to confirm.
Review Talking
The system can announce the number that is stored in
phone book when you are reviewing the phone book.
This feature allows you to check these numbers when
or
key to scroll through the
you use
phone book entries. Note that if you have recorded the
corresponding name, the system will announce the name
associated with this number instead of the number. To
activate this feature, take the following steps:
1. Press Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
or
key repeatedly to move to
2. Press
Set Talk, press Select soft key.
3. Press
or
key repeatedly to move to
REVIEW TALKING, press Select soft key.
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4. Use
or
key to select ON/OFF to
activate/deactivate the CID talking function, press
Select soft key to confirm.
Voice Prompt
You are able to select the language used to play the
voice prompt messages.
1. Press Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
or
key repeatedly to move to
2. Press
Set Talk, press Select soft key.
3. Press
or
key repeatedly to move to
Voice Prompt, press Select soft key.
4. Use
or
key to scroll through the
options. Each language will be displayed in its own
native translation.
5. Press the Select soft key to choose the required
language.
SOS Setting
The SOS function allows you to ask for help with a
one-touch operation if you are in an emergency.
Note: You need to connect the adaptor for the SOS
function.
To ask for help by one-touch operation
To use the SOS function you need to record a message
that you want to tell the helper.
Storing SOS Numbers
1. Press Menu soft key.
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2. Press
or
key repeatedly to move to
SET SOS, press Select soft key.
3. Press Select soft key to choose SOS NUMBER.
or
4. You can store 5 SOS numbers(1~5). Press
key to select the number, press the Select soft
key.
5. Enter the telephone number by numeric keypad (24
digits maximum for each memory). If you make a
mistake you can press the Clear soft key to delete the
previous digit if necessary.
6. Press the Save soft key to store the number.
Recording SOS Message
You can use your phone to record SOS messages (up to
30 seconds).
1. Press Menu soft key.
2. Press
or
key repeatedly to move to
SET SOS, press Select soft key.
key to choose SOS SOUND, press
3. Press
Select soft key.
key to select RECORD SOUND
4. Press the
and press Select soft key to confirm. You can record a
message within 30 seconds.
Notes:
• In the message, you should tell the helper to press one
of the special buttons (0~9,*,#) to confirm that your
SOS message has been received.
• If you want to record a message for less than 30
seconds, you can press the End soft key to confirm and
exit.
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SETTINGS
Playing SOS Message
1. Press Menu soft key.
or
key repeatedly to move to
2. Press
SET SOS, press Select soft key.
3. Press
key to choose SOS SOUND, press
Select soft key..
4. Press Select soft key to choose PLAY SOUND. You
can press the End soft key to stop during the playing.
SOS Emergency Dialing
After setting the SOS numbers and message, you can
use the SOS function. Press the SOS key on the base
phone to dial 5 SOS numbers one by one until someone
responds. The telephone will dial the first SOS number. If
there is no response in 30 seconds or the line is busy, the
telephone will dial the second SOS number. If there is still
no response in 30 seconds or the line is still busy, the
telephone will dial the next number in turn until all the
numbers you set are dialled three times. To cancel the
SOS calling, press and hold the SOS key on the base for
about 5 seconds.
After 5 minutes, you will hear a beeping tone, at this point
the helper must press one of the special buttons (0~9,*,#)
to continue the SOS call otherwise the conversation will
stop after one minute.
Auto Turn On
1. Press Menu soft key.
2. Press
or
key repeatedly to move to
SET SOS, press Select soft key.
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3. Press the
or
key to choose Auto turn
on, press Select soft key.
or
key to choose ON or OFF,
4. Press
press Select soft key.
Security ID
1. Press Menu soft key.
2. Press
or
key repeatedly to move to
SET SOS, press Select soft key.
or
key to choose Security ID,
3. Press
press Select soft key.
4. The display shows the current security ID. Enter the
new one you want to use, press Save soft key.
After you have turned on " Auto turn on " and set the Pin
code, the following will happen:
If your phone rings 10 times without being answered, the
phone will set to auto off-hook (In this state, you can hear
the caller but cannot answer the call. Two "bip-bip" tones
will be generated to remind the caller to enter Pin code
(the default one is *0000) to enter full speaker state. The
caller enters the Pin code, and then starts the
conversation. Every 2 minutes later, the caller will hear a
prompt tone. The caller needs to press any button to
continue the conversation. Otherwise, the line will be
disconnected automatically.
NOTE: When the phone is auto off-hook, you can press
key to enter full speaker state. In this way,
the
there is no need for caller to enter Pin code.
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CALLER ID ON CALL WAITING
When you subscribe to Call Waiting service from your
local telephone company and activate the Call Waiting
function via menu, the telephone will display the name
and number of the second caller while you are having a
conversation.
Caller ID info displayed Caller two's information
is displayed
1. When you are on the line, the telephone will
automatically display the name and number of the
second caller.
2. Press the
key to answer the second caller.
key to
3. When you have finished, press the
continue your conversation with the first caller.
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FEATURE LIST
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FSK and DTMF dual system Caller ID
Extra Large Caller ID Screen
Caller ID list with up to 20 entries
Caller ID/Call Waiting
Phonebook with up to 30 entries
Amplification function
Amplified Headset jack
Hearing Aid compatible
Adjustable volume control
Adjustable extra-loud ringer
Big Keypad buttons
Multiple languages selectable
Real time clock with date & time
Flash, Mute, Hold
7 one-touch speed dial keys
10 two-touch speed dial keys
LCD contrast setting
Hour & Date format setting
Hands-free speakerphone
Dialing mode selection
Dialing talking & CID talking
SOS numbers auto-dialing
SOS message recording
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TROUBLESHOOTING
No dial tone
• Check that all phone cord connections are securely
plugged into the telephone & wall jack.
• Check that the phone is in the correct dialing mode,
tone or pulse.
• Plug another phone into the wall jack to make sure your
phone service is working properly.
No audible ringer
• Make sure the ringer is not turned off.
• Check the volume level of the ringer.
• You may have too many extensions on your line. Try
unplugging a few devices.
Noise, Static, Interference while using the
handset
• A filter may be required for homes with a DSL line or
near Radio towers.
Caller ID information does not show
• Make sure you are subscribed to Caller ID through your
local company.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
General
Only use the power supply included with the product.
Do not open the unit. Contact the helpline for all repairs.
The phone is capable of amplifying sounds to a loud
volume. It is important to instruct all potential users of its
proper operation. It is advised to adjust the volume
control to its minimum level (Low) when not in use and
alert other users that hearing damage can potentially
result from misuse
Cleaning
Clean the telephone with a soft cloth. Never use
polishes or cleaning agents - they could damage the
finish or the electrics inside.
Environmental
Do not expose to direct sunlight.
Always ensure there is a free flow of air over the surfaces
of the telephone.
Do not place any part of your product in water and do not
use it in damp or humid conditions e.g. bathrooms.
Do not expose your product to fire or other hazardous
conditions.
Unplug your phone from the telephone socket during
thunderstorms because it could damage your telephone.
Your guarantee does not cover thunderstorm damage.
The telephone is designed for working within a
temperature range of 5°C to 45°C.
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GUARANTEE
From the moment your Geemarc product is purchased,
Geemarc guarantee it for the period of two years. During
this time, all repairs or replacements (at our discretion)
are free of charge. Should you experience a problem
then contact our help line or visit our website at
www.geemarc.com. The guarantee does not cover
accidents, negligence or breakages to any parts. The
product must not be tampered with or taken apart by
anyone who is not an authorized Geemarc representative.
The Geemarc guarantee in no way limits your legal
rights.
IMPORTANT: YOUR RECEIPT IS PART OF YOUR
GUARANTEE AND MUST BE RETAINED AND
PRODUCED IN THE EVENT OF A WARRANTY CLAIM.
Please note: The guarantee applies to
the United Kingdom only
DECLARATION: Geemarc Telecom SA hereby declares
that this product is in compliance with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of the Radio
and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive
2014/53/UE and in particular article 3 section 1a, 1b and
section 2. The telephone does not operate if the line
current is lower than 18 mA.
The declaration of conformity may be consulted
at www.geemarc.com
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GUARANTEE
Electrical connection: The apparatus is designed to
operate from a 230V 50Hz supply only. (Classified as
‘hazardous voltage’ according to EN60950 standard).
The apparatus does not incorporate an integral power
on/off switch. To disconnect the power, either switch off
supply at the mains power socket or unplug the AC
adaptor. When installing the apparatus, ensure that the
mains power socket is readily accessible.
Telephone connection: Voltages present on the
telecommunication network are classified TNV-3
(Telecommunication Network Voltage) according to the
EN60950 standard.
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RECYCLING DIRECTIVES
The WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment)
has been put in place for the products at the end of their
useful life are recycled in the best way.
When this product is finished with, please do not put it in
your domestic waste bin.
Please use one of the following disposal options:
- Remove the batteries and deposit them in an
appropriate WEEE skip. Deposit the product in an
appropriate WEEE skip.
- Or, hand the old product to the retailer. If you purchase
a new one, they should accept it.
Thus if you respect these instructions you ensure human
health and environmental protection.
For product support and help visit our website at
www.geemarc.com
Telephone 01707 387602
Or fax 01707 832529
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