Geemarc MyDECT100 User guide

Geemarc MyDECT100  User guide
Amplified Digital Cordless Telephone
with Large Buttons
English
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CONTENTS
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CONTENTS ................................................................... 1
INTRODUCTION ........................................................... 4
Unpacking the Telephone .............................................. 4
DESCRIPTION .............................................................. 5
General Description ....................................................... 5
INSTALLATION .......................................................... 12
Location ....................................................................... 12
Setting Up .................................................................... 12
Battery Use .................................................................. 14
On/Off Settings ............................................................ 14
HANDSET SETTINGS ................................................ 15
Alarm Setting ............................................................... 15
Audio Setup ................................................................. 16
Ringer Setup ................................................................ 17
Tone Setup .................................................................. 19
Range Alarm ................................................................ 20
Language Setting ......................................................... 21
HS Label ...................................................................... 22
Auto Answer ................................................................ 23
LCD Settings ................................................................ 24
Date & Time Setting ..................................................... 25
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CONTENTS
Select Base .................................................................. 28
Handset Default ........................................................... 29
BASE SETTINGS ........................................................ 30
Terminate Handset .................................................... 30
Dial Mode Setting ........................................................ 31
Flash Time Setting ....................................................... 32
Modify PIN ................................................................... 33
Base Default ................................................................ 34
USING THE TELEPHONE .......................................... 35
Making a Call ............................................................... 35
Receiving a Call ........................................................... 36
Hands Free .................................................................. 36
Mute Function .............................................................. 37
Receiving Volume ........................................................ 37
Last Number Redial ..................................................... 37
Recalling Recent Numbers .......................................... 38
Adding Recent Numbers to the Phone Book ............... 39
Deleting Recent Numbers ............................................ 40
Flash Signal ................................................................. 41
Paging the Handset ..................................................... 41
Call Timer .................................................................... 41
Key Lock ...................................................................... 41
CALLER ID .................................................................. 42
View Caller ID Book ..................................................... 42
Dial a Number from the Caller ID Book........................ 43
Add a Number from the Caller ID Book to the Phone
Book............................................................................. 43
Delete a Number from the Caller ID Book ................... 44
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Delete all Numbers from the Caller ID Book ................ 45
PHONE BOOK ............................................................ 46
Create a Phone Book Entry ......................................... 46
View Phone Book Entries ............................................ 48
Dialling using a Phone Book Entry............................... 48
Modify a Phone Book Entry ......................................... 48
Delete a Phone Book Entry ......................................... 50
Delete all Phone Book Entries ..................................... 50
Phone Book Status ...................................................... 51
ADDITIONAL HANDSETS & BASES ......................... 52
Register a New Handset .............................................. 52
Select a Base ............................................................... 53
Release a Handset ...................................................... 53
Internal Calls ................................................................ 54
Call Transfer between Handsets ................................. 55
Three Way Conference Call ........................................ 56
CALL WAITING ........................................................... 57
Caller ID on Call Waiting .............................................. 57
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................ 58
SAFETY INFORMATION ............................................ 60
GUARANTEE .............................................................. 61
RECYCLING DIRECTIVES ......................................... 62
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on purchasing your Geemarc MyDECT100+
telephone. This telephone offers all the advantages of
cordless technology (compliant with Digitally Enhanced
Cordless Telecommunications-DECT standard) together with
an easy to see big button keypad, ideal for those who suffer
with poor sight.
This telephone is hearing aid compatible.
Its 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:
MyDECT100+
This guide applies to single and multiple handset systems.
Unpacking the Telephone
When unpacking the telephone, you should find the following
in the box:
• 1 MyDECT100+ handset
• 1 MyDECT100+ base
• 1 Mains power adaptor
• 1 Telephone line cord
• 2 x AAA Ni-MH rechargeable batteries
• 1 User Guide
For product support and help visit our website at
www.geemarc.com
Telephone 01707 384438
Or fax 01707 832529
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DESCRIPTION
General Description
Handset Description (front)
Earpiece
LCD Display
Right soft key
Left soft key
Right/Redial Key
Scroll up/
Caller ID Key
Left/Intercom
Key
Dial/Speaker
Key
Scroll down/
Phonebook Key
End/Power
Key
Numeric
Keypad
# Key
* Key
Microphone
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DESCRIPTION
Handset Description (Rear)
Speaker
Battery
Compartment
Cover
Charging
Contacts
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DESCRIPTION
Base Description (Top)
Charging Pins
Base Description (Base)
Page Button
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DESCRIPTION
Dial/Speaker key
Make/Answer a call
Activates the speakerphone if pressed during a call
End/Power key
End a call.
Long press to power the telephone on and off
Navigation Button
Up/CID key
Scroll up through lists and menu options.
Increase the earpiece/speakerphone volume during
a call.
Enter the Caller ID book
Down/Phonebook key
Scroll down through lists and menu options.
Decrease the earpiece/speakerphone volume
during a call.
Enter the Phonebook
Left/INT key
Set up an internal call to another handset.
Transfer an incoming call to another handset.
Set up a conference call with an external line and
an internal handset.
Right/Redial key
Enter the redial book
Insert a pause when pre-dialing a number.
Menu key (left)
Enter the menu functions in standby mode.
Confirm selections & actions.
Performs "Flash" function.
Menu key (right)
Return to the previous menu.
Activate mute during a call.
Delete an incorrect character/digit
Star key
Press and hold to turn on/off keypad lock function.
Set up a conference call
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DESCRIPTION
LCD Screen Description
The LCD screen is split into two distinct areas:
The icon area. This is found at the top of the screen. This
displays the various system icons which help you to use the
telephone.
The main area. This is found across the centre of the screen.
It displays the following:
• number being dialled
• caller ID information
• phonebook
• menu information
• in standby mode, handset number and current time
Signal Strength icon
This is always displayed when your telephone is
switched on. It shows the current signal strength.
More bars indicate more signal strength. If the
handset is too far from the base, this icon will blink
on the LCD.
Line icon
This indicates that the line is engaged i.e. off hook
Hands-free
This indicates that hands-free is activated
New Call icon
This indicates that you have missed one or more
calls
Key Lock icon
This indicates the keys are locked
Battery Status icon
This is always displayed when your telephone is
switched on. It shows the level of battery charge.
More bars indicate more battery charge
Alarm Icon
This indicates that the alarm has been set to ring at
a specified time
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DESCRIPTION
LCD Screen Navigation
The
Menu soft key (left side) key is used to activate
the menu. The
is used to deactivate the menu and
return to standby mode from any menu.
The
menu.
and
keys are used to scroll through the
: move backward through the menu
: move forward through the menu
The
Select soft key (left side) key is also used to
confirm an action or choice on a screen.
The
Back soft key (right side) key is used to cancel
an action/entry.
(right side) from any menu (except whilst
If you press
in number input mode), the telephone returns to the previous
screen.
(right side) from any menu
If you press and hold
(except whilst in number input mode), the telephone returns
to standby mode.
The telephone will automatically return to standby mode from
any menu if no button is pressed for 40 seconds.
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DESCRIPTION
Menu Map
Caller ID Book
Phone Book
New
Edit
Delete
Delete All
PB Status
BS Setting
Terminate HS
Dial Mode
Flash Time
Modify PIN
BS Reset
HS Setting
Alarm
Audio Setup
Ring Setup
Tone Setup
Language
HS Name
Auto Answer
LCD Contrast
Date & Time
Select Base
HS Reset
Registration
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INSTALLATION
Location
Ensure you situate the telephone close enough to the power
socket so that the cable will reach safely without stretching.
Also, the mains power needs to be easily accessible in case
you need to disconnect the power.
Make sure the telephone is at least 1 metre away from other
electrical products e.g.TV, radio and monitors so as to avoid
interference. Also, avoid direct heat and sunlight.
We advise you to place the telephone on a table cloth or
similar, as the rubber feet on the base can mark some
surfaces
Handset Range
The telephone has a range of 30-50 metres indoors and up
to 300 metres outdoors. The range will be reduced when
there is no clear line of sight between the base and handset.
Place the base as high as practically possible to ensure the
best signal between the base and the handset. The
icon at the top left of the LCD display will blink and the signal
strength bars will disappear to warn you if you have moved
out of range of the base. You will need to move closer to
the base station as the telephone line might be disconnected
and the handset will return to standby.
Setting Up
Plug the power cable into the power socket on the base.
Plug the adaptor end of the power cable into the mains
supply and switch the supply on. (*)
Connect the line cord plug to the line socket on the base.
Connect the other end of the line cord to the PTT socket. (**)
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INSTALLATION
Install the rechargeable batteries in the handset. The
handset requires two Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) AAA
batteries. These are supplied with your telephone. Slide
the battery cover in the direction of the arrow and pull it out.
Check the battery polarity diagrams on the handset when
inserting the batteries. Fit the battery cover by sliding the
cover on to the back of the handset until it snaps shut.
(*) Classified “hazardous voltage” according to EN60950 standard
(**) Classified TNV-3 according to EN60950 standard.
Place the handset on the base, a short beep will be heard.
The battery symbol
will be displayed on the handset.
Once the handset is fully charged, the display will show a full
battery symbol.
The telephone has an automatic charging control to avoid
excessive charging.
Before the handset can be used, the handset
batteries must be charged for a minimum of
15 hours on the MyDECT100+ base.
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INSTALLATION
Battery Use
The
icon is continuously displayed at the top right
corner of the LCD display. The icon indicates the level of
battery power. The more bars displayed, the more power
available.
When the battery is too weak for the telephone to operate,
the handset will automatically switch off. Place the handset
on the base to charge the handset battery. Under ideal
conditions, the handset battery should give about 6 hours
talktime or 150 hours standby on a single charge.
On/Off Settings
When the handset is placed on the charger it automatically
switches on. Alternatively, press
for about 5 seconds. The telephone will
enter subscription mode in which the
handset is searching for a registered
base.
On successfully finding a base, the LCD window will display
the time (either set by yourself – see Handset Settings – Set
Date & Time or it will be set automatically when you receive
a call provided that you subscribe to a Caller ID service) and
the handset number. The telephone is now in standby mode
and is ready for use.
for about 5 seconds
To turn the handset off, press
again. The LCD display will then switch off.
Note: When battery power is very low,
the following is displayed. You must
recharge immediately i.e. replace the
handset on the base.
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HANDSET SETTINGS
Alarm Setting
You are able to set an alarm and adjust the settings using
will be displayed if you set the alarm to ring.
the handset.
Press
Use
(left side) to activate the menu
and
Press
Press
to scroll through the menu to select
‘HS SETTING’
(left side) to confirm
(left side) to select
‘ALARM’
and
to scroll through the menu to select
Use
(left side) to confirm
‘ON’or ‘OFF’ Press
If you select ‘ON’ you will be prompted to enter the time
in HH:MM format (24 hour format). Enter the alarm time
using the numeric keypad.
Press
(left side) to select ‘NEXT’
Use
and
to scroll through the menu to select
‘SNOOZE ON’or ‘SNOOZE OFF’
Press
(left side) to SAVE. Either press
return to standby or wait 30 seconds
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Notes: Press any key to silence the alarm. If you select
‘SNOOZE ON’, the alarm will ring at regular intervals of 11
minutes. Set snooze to off by pressing
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HANDSET SETTINGS
Audio Setup
The hands free speaker volume can be adjusted. Likewise,
if using an earpiece, the volume heard through the earpiece
can be adjusted.
Press
Use
and
Press
Use
and
Press
Use
(left side) to activate the menu
to scroll through the menu to select
‘HS SETTING’
(left side) to confirm
to scroll through the menu to select
‘AUDIO SETUP’
(left side) to confirm
and
to scroll through the menu to select
‘SPEAKER VOL’or ‘EARPIECE VOL’.
Press
(left side) to confirm
and
to scroll through the menu to select
Use
required volume. There are 5 volume settings
Press
(left side) to SAVE. Either press
return to standby or wait 30 seconds
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HANDSET SETTINGS
Ringer Setup
Ringer Tones
There is a choice of 10 handset ringer tones to notify you of
incoming calls. You can select different tones to notify you if
the call is internal (from other handsets registered to the
same base) or external (from the telephone network).
Press
(left side) to activate the menu
Use
and
to scroll through the menu to select
‘HS SETTING’
Press
Use
and
to scroll through the menu to select
‘RING SETUP’
Press
Use
and
(left side) to confirm
(left side) to confirm
to scroll through the menu to select
‘INT RING/EXT RING’
Press
(left side) to confirm
Use
and
to scroll through the menu to select
‘MELODY’
and
to scroll through the menu to select
Use
desired ringer tone/melody (1-10). As you scroll
through, the telephone demonstrates the selected
tone/melody
Press
(left side) to SAVE. Either press
return to standby or wait 30 seconds
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HANDSET SETTINGS
Ringer Volume
There is a choice of five handset ringer volumes. The
handset ringer can also be turned off.
(left side) to activate the menu
Press
Use
and
to scroll through the menu to select
‘HS SETTING’
Press
Use
and
to scroll through the menu to select
‘RING SETUP’
Press
Use
and
(left side) to confirm
(left side) to confirm
to scroll through the menu to select
‘INT RING/EXT RING’
Press
(left side) to confirm
Use
and
to scroll through the menu to select
‘VOLUME’
and
to scroll through the menu to select
Use
desired ringer volume (1 to 5 or OFF position). As you
scroll through, the telephone demonstrates the selected
volume
Press
(left side) to SAVE. Either press
return to standby or wait 30 seconds
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HANDSET SETTINGS
Tone Setup
A key tone is heard every time you press a key on the
handset. This can be switched to silent.
Note: Warning tones will still be emitted when an incorrect
key is pressed.
(left side) to activate the menu
Press
Use
and
Press
Use
and
Press
Press
Use
Press
and
to scroll through the menu to
select
‘HS SETTING’
(left side) to confirm
to scroll through the menu to
select
‘TONE SETUP’
(left side) to confirm
(left side) again to select
‘KEY TONE’
to scroll through the menu to
select
‘ON’or ‘OFF’
(left side) to SAVE. Either press
to return to standby or wait 30 seconds
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HANDSET SETTINGS
Range Alarm
A beep will be heard when the handset is out of range from
the base. You are able to enable/disable this audible warning.
(left side) to activate the menu
Press
Use
and
Press
Use
and
Press
to scroll through the menu to
select
‘HS SETTING’
(left side) to confirm
to scroll through the menu to
select
‘TONE SETUP’
(left side) to confirm
to select
Press
‘RANGE ALARM’
Press
Use
Press
and
(left side) to confirm
to scroll through the menu to
select
‘ON’or ‘OFF’
(left side) to SAVE. Either press
to return to standby or wait 30 seconds
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HANDSET SETTINGS
Language Settings
The handset supports 8 languages (English, French,
Spanish, German, Italian, Dutch, Polish and Traditional
Chinese.). You can select the language used to display
menu options.
(left side) to activate the menu
Press
Use
and
Press
Use
and
Press
to scroll through the menu to
select
‘HS SETTING’
(left side) to confirm
to scroll through the menu to
select
‘LANGUAGE’
(left side) to confirm
and
to scroll through the menu to
Use
select the desired language. Each language will be
displayed in its own native translation
Press
(left side) to SAVE. Either press
to return to standby or wait 30 seconds
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HANDSET SETTINGS
HS Label
The handset has a name - “HS n” (where n is either 1,2,3,4
or 5). This number indicates that the handset is the nth
handset registered to the base i..e. HS 1 is the 1st handset
registered to the base. The Handset name is displayed in
standby mode. If desired, it can be changed.
(left side) to activate the menu
Press
Use
and
to scroll through the menu to
select‘HS SETTING’
Press
Use
and
Press
(left side) to confirm
to scroll through the menu to
select
‘HS NAME’
(left side) to confirm
Enter the new handset name (up to 12 characters)
using the numeric keypad (see Phonebook – Add
(right side) to ERASE the
New Entry). Press
previous character if incorrect.
Press
(left side) to SAVE. Either press
to return to standby or wait 30 seconds
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HANDSET SETTINGS
Auto Answer
Auto answer allows you to answer a call by simply picking up
the handset from the base without pressing any key.
Press
Use
and
Press
Use
and
Press
(left side) to activate the menu
to scroll through the menu to select
‘HS SETTING’
(left side) to confirm
to scroll through the menu to select
‘AUTO ANSWER’
(left side) to confirm
Use
and
to scroll through the menu to select
‘ON’or ‘OFF’.
Press
(left side) to SAVE. Either press
return to standby or wait 30 seconds
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HANDSET SETTINGS
LCD Settings
There are 17 LCD contrast settings available. This
enables you to optimise the display visibility by changing
its contrast according to the light available.
Press
Use
(left side) to activate the menu
and
Press
Use
and
Press
Use
Press
and
to scroll through the menu to
select
‘HS SETTING’
(left side) to confirm
to scroll through the menu to
select
‘LCD CONTRAST’
(left side) to confirm
to scroll through the 17 available
contrast levels.
(left side) to SAVE. Either press
to return to standby or wait 30 seconds
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HANDSET SETTINGS
Date and Time Setting
Date Format
The date format displayed on the handset can be changed.
The format can be either dd//mm or mm/dd.
(left side) to activate the menu
Press
Use
and
to scroll through the menu to select
‘HS SETTING’
Press
Use
and
to scroll through the menu to select
‘DATE & TIME’
Press
Use
(left side) to confirm
and
(left side) to confirm
to scroll through the menu to select
‘DATE FORMAT’
Press
(left side) to confirm.
Use
and
to scroll through the menu to select
‘DD-MM’ or ‘MM-DD’
Press
(left side) to SAVE. Either press
return to standby or wait 30 seconds
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HANDSET SETTINGS
Time Format
The time format displayed on the handset can be changed.
The format can be either 12 hour or 24 hour.
Press
Use
and
Press
Use
and
Press
Use
and
Press
(left side) to activate the menu
to scroll through the menu to select
‘HS SETTING’
(left side) to confirm
to scroll through the menu to select
‘DATE & TIME’
(left side) to confirm
to scroll through the menu to select
‘TIME FORMAT’
(left side) to confirm.
Use
and
to scroll through the menu to select
’12-Hour’ or ’24-Hour’
Press
(left side) to SAVE. Either press
return to standby or wait 30 seconds
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HANDSET SETTINGS
Date & Time Setting
Press
Use
and
Press
Use
and
Press
Use
(left side) to activate the menu
to scroll through the menu to select
‘HS SETTING’
(left side) to confirm
to scroll through the menu to select
‘DATE & TIME’
(left side) to confirm
and
to scroll through the menu to select
‘SET DATE’ or ‘SET TIME’
Press
(left side) to confirm.
Enter the current date or time (24 hour format) using
the numeric keypad
Press
(left side) to SAVE. Either press
return to standby or wait 30 seconds
to
Notes: If you have selected 12-Hour time format, AM/PM
will appear on the right hand side of the time in standby.
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HANDSET SETTINGS
Select Base
You can select a base from those already registered to the
handset
Press
Use
and
Press
Use
and
Press
Use
(left side) to activate the menu
to scroll through the menu to select
‘HS SETTING’
(left side) to confirm
to scroll through the menu to select
‘SELECT BS’
(left side) to confirm
and
to scroll through the list of registered
bases to select the base required
Press
(left side) to confirm
‘SELECT BS n’will be displayed (n is the number of
the registered base). Press
(left side) to
confirm, a confirmation beep willl be heard
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HANDSET SETTINGS
Handset Reset
You can reset the handset settings to the factory default.
(LCD contrast is the only setting that will not be restored).
Press
Use
and
Press
Use
and
Press
(left side) to activate the menu
to scroll through the menu to select
‘HS SETTING’
(left side) to confirm
to scroll through the menu to select
‘HS RESET’
(left side) to confirm
You will be prompted to enter the PIN code (default is
0000). Enter the PIN using the numeric keypad.
Press
(left side) to RESET
If the PIN code is accepted, all handset settings will be
reset to the factory default. You will be returned to
standby mode automatically.
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BASE SETTINGS
Terminate Handset
You can delete a handset registration from a base.
Press
Use
and
Press
Press
(left side) to activate the menu
to scroll through the menu to select
‘BS SETTING’
(left side) to confirm
(left side) again to select
‘TERMINATE HS’
You will be prompted to enter the PIN code (default is
0000). Enter PIN using the numeric keypad.
Press
Use
(left side) to confirm OK
and
to scroll through the list of registered
handsets to select the handset required
(left side) to confirm (if the current handset
Press
or a non existant handset is selected, a warning beep will
be heard)
The selected handset will be deregistered
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BASE SETTINGS
Dial Mode Setting
In the UK, all telephone exchanges now use Tone dialling.
The dial mode setting is pre-set to Tone.
If your telephone does not dial out, it is probably being used
from an older private switchboard (PBX). In this case, the
dial mode must be changed to Pulse.
Press
Use
and
Press
Use
and
Press
(left side) to activate the menu
to scroll through the menu to select
‘BS SETTING’
(left side) to confirm
to scroll through the menu to select
‘DIAL MODE’
(left side) to confirm
Use
and
Press
(left side) to SAVE. Either press
return to standby or wait 30 seconds
to scroll through the menu to select
‘TONE’or ‘PULSE’.
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BASE SETTINGS
Flash Time Setting
The flash time setting can be changed.
Press
Use
and
Press
Use
and
Press
(left side) to activate the menu
to scroll through the menu to select
‘BS SETTING’
(left side) to confirm
to scroll through the menu to select
‘FLASH TIME’
(left side) to confirm
Use
and
to scroll through the menu to select
‘Flash 1’or ‘Flash 2’.
Press
(left side) to SAVE. Either press
return to standby or wait 30 seconds
Flash 1= 100ms
Flash 2= 300ms
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BASE SETTINGS
Modify PIN
The PIN is pre-set to ‘0000’. This can be changed – this is
recommended for confidentiality.
Press(left side) to activate the menu
Use
and
Press
Use
to scroll through the menu to select
‘BS SETTING’
(left side) to confirm
and
to scroll through the menu to
select‘MODIFY PIN’
Press
(left side) to confirm
You will be prompted to enter the old PIN code (default is
0000). Enter the old PIN using the numeric keypad.
Press
(left side) to confirm NEXT
If the old PIN code is accepted, you will be prompted to
enter a new PIN code.
Enter new PIN code and press
side)
NEXT soft key (left
You will be prompted to confirm the new PIN code. Enter
new PIN code again..
Press
(left side) to SAVE. Either press
return to standby or wait 30 seconds
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BASE SETTINGS
Base Default
You can reset the base settings to the factory default.
(left side) to activate the menu
Press
Use
and
Press
Use
and
Press
to scroll through the menu to
select
‘BS SETTING’
(left side) to confirm
to scroll through the menu to
select
‘BS RESET’
(left side) to confirm
You will be prompted to enter the PIN code (default
is 0000).
Press
(left side) to RESET
If the PIN code is accepted, all base settings will be
reset to the factory default. You will be returned to
standby mode automatically.
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USING THE TELEPHONE
Making a Call
Pick up handset.
Press
.
will be displayed on the LCD
When you hear dialing tone, dial the number on the
keypad.
or place the handset
To end the call simply press
on the base
Pre-Dialling
Pick up handset. Dial the number on the keypad (up to
32 digits)
Press
, the number is automatically dialled
again or place the
To end the call simply press
handset on the base
Note: If you make an incorrect entry while pre-dialling the
telephone number :
ERASE soft key (right side) to clear the
• Press
last digit and then enter the correct number
• Press
ERASE soft key (right side) for more than
one second to clear all digits entered and return to
standby mode.
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USING THE TELEPHONE
Receiving a Call
When an incoming call is received the telephone rings. If the
caller can be identified (due to subscription to a Caller ID
service), the caller’s telephone number will be displayed. If
this caller’s number is stored on the Phonebook, the
associated name will be displayed.
.to answer Or
Press
If auto answer is activated, simply lift the handset out of the
base
To end the call simply press
or replace the handset on
the base
Call duration is always displayed once you hang up.
Note: You can alter the ringer volume whilst the telephone is
and
to select the desired
ringing. Simply use
volume.
Hands Free
You can turn on the speakerphone built into the handset
either before or during a call. In this mode there is no need to
hold the handset. You will hear the third party through the
speaker and the microphone will pick up your voice.
twice to turn hands free on.
Before making a call, press
icon will be displayed on the LCD.
The
Press
during a call to turn hands free on. The
will be displayed on the LCD.
icon
again during a call to turn hands free off. The
Press
icon will disappear from the LCD.
Note: To adjust the speakerphone volume use Audio Setup
and
to select the
in Handset Settings or use
desired volume.
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USING THE TELEPHONE
Mute Function
If you wish, you can speak privately to someone else in the
room with you without your caller overhearing.
You will still be able to hear the caller but they cannot hear
you during the mute operation.
During a call, press
MUTE soft key (right side)
The LCD will show‘CALL MUTED’ which indicates that
your voice is muted to the call and the caller cannot hear
you speaking
Press
MUTE soft key (right side) again to resume
the coversation. ‘CALL MUTED’ will disappear from the
LCD display
Receiving Volume
During a conversation, the
and
keys adjust the ear
piece volume level. The volume can be adjusted from level 1
to 5. The selected volume is displayed in the LCD display.
Last Number Redial
To redial the last number dialled:
Press
Pick up handset.
or REDIAL soft key in standby mode
Press
to dial the number
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USING THE TELEPHONE
Recalling Recent Numbers
You can call back any of the last 10 numbers dialled as
follows:
Press
Pick up handset.
or REDIAL soft key in standby mode
and
to scroll through the
Use
dialled numbers until you find the number you wish to call
Press
to dial the number
Notes:
• When no numbers are found, EMPTY is displayed
• If the redial memory is full i.e. 10 numbers stored, each
time you dial a new number, the oldest number stored is
automatically erased and the redial memory is updated.
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USING THE TELEPHONE
Adding Recent Numbers to the Phone Book
Pick up handset.
in standby mode
Press
Use
and
to scroll through the
dialled numbers until you find the number you wish to add
to phone book
Press
Press
(left side) to confirm
(left side) again to select
‘ADD TO PB’
The display will show ‘NAME?’Enter the name you wish
using the numeric keypad (see character map below)
Press
(left side) to confirm
The display will show the selected number from the
recently dialled list
Press
(left side) to confirm
Use
and
to scroll through the melody menu to
select desired ringer tone. As you scroll through, the
telephone demonstrates the selected melody. If you
want to set a VIP number, you should select a special ring
tone. The ring tone should be different from the external
ring you have set. You can set up to 9 VIP ring tones
associated with 9 numbers
Press
(left side) to confirm. Press
standby or wait 30 seconds
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to return to
USING THE TELEPHONE
Deleting Recent Numbers
To delete a specific number in the redial memory
Pick up handset.
in standby mode
Press
Use
and
to scroll through the
dialled numbers until you find the number you wish to
delete
Press
Use
and
(left side) to select
to scroll through the menu to select
‘DELETE’
Press
(left side) to confirm
You will be prompted to confirm, press
again to confirm
(left side)
To delete all numbers in the redial memory
Pick up handset.
in standby mode
Press
Press
Use
and
Press
(left side) to select
to scroll through the menu to select
‘DELETE ALL’
(left side) to select
You will be prompted to confirm, press
again to confirm
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(left side)
USING THE TELEPHONE
Flash Signal
The
(left side) key can also be used with special
services such as Call Waiting (if provided by your service
provider) or transferring external calls to another extension
within a private switchboard. The LCD will display ‘R’.
Paging the Handset
If you wish to locate the handset simply follow the
instructions below:
, located on the bottom of the base for less than 2
Press
seconds
All registered handsets will be paged and will ring for about
60 seconds
Press any button on the located handset or press
the base again to stop paging mode
on
Call Timer
Your handset automatically times the duration of every
external call. The time is shown during the call and for a few
seconds after the call has ended.
Key Lock
When this feature is turned on, all buttons except for
will
be locked and will not function. You can use
for
answering incoming or intercom calls. When you complete
the call and hang up, the telephone returns to lock mode.
This lock feature is useful to avoid pressing buttons by
mistake.
Switch lock On: Press
until the
icon and ‘HS
LOCKED’ appear in the LCD display
until the
icon disappears in
Switch lock Off: Press
the LCD display.
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CALLER ID
The features described in this section are only available if
you subscribe to a Caller ID service from your network
provider.
Caller ID means you can see who is calling on your handset
display (provided the number is not withheld, unavailable or
is an international call).
The display shows ‘PRIVATE’ for a witheld number.
The display shows ‘OUT OF AREA’ when someone calls
from an area where the telephone company is not offering
caller identification services or is not yet providing number
delivery to your area.
Whether you take a call or not, the caller’s details are stored
in the Caller ID book. This book stores the last 40 incoming
calls.
The
icon will be shown on the LCD if you missed one or
more calls. If the Caller ID book is full, the
icon will blink.
View Caller ID Book
(left side) to activate the menu
Press
Press
(left side) to select
‘CID BOOK’
The list of numbers in the Caller ID book will be displayed
Use
and
to scroll through the list
Alternatively, you can access the book by pressing
whilst in standby mode.
key
Note: If there are no caller ID telephone numbers in the call
book, ‘EMPTY’ is displayed.
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CALLER ID
Dial a Number from the Caller ID Book
Press
Press
(left side) to activate the menu
(left side) to select ‘CID BOOK’
The list of numbers in the Caller ID book will be displayed
and
Use
Press
to scroll through the list to find the
required number
, the number is automatically dialled
Add a Number from Caller ID to the Phone Book
Press MENU soft key. Use SELECT soft key to choose
‘CID Book’
The list of numbers in the Caller ID book will be displayed
Use
and
to scroll through the list until you find
the required number
Press
(left side) again to select ‘MORE’.
You will enter ‘ADD TO PB’menu.Press ‘SELECT’soft
key
The display will show ‘NAME?’Enter the name you wish
using the numeric keypad (see character map in
Phonebook Chapter)
Press
NEXT soft key (left side)
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CALLER ID
The display will show the selected number from the CID
book. Modify if required.
Press
NEXT soft key (left side)
and
to scroll through the melody menu to
Use
select desired ringer tone. As you scroll through, the
telephone demonstrates the selected melody. If you
want to set a VIP number, you should select a special ring
tone. The ring tone should be different from the external
ring you have set. You can set up to 9 VIP ring tones
associated with 9 numbers
Press
(left side) to SAVE.
Delete a Number from the Caller ID Book
Press MENU soft key. Use SELECT soft key to choose
‘CID Book’
and
to scroll through the
Use
list until you find the number you wish to delete
Press
Use
and
Press
MORE soft key (left side)
to scroll through the menu to select
‘DELETE’
(left side) to select
You will be prompted to confirm ?, press
key (left side) again to confirm
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DEL soft
CALLER ID
Delete All Numbers from the Caller ID Book
Press MENU soft key. Use SELECT soft key to choose
‘CID Book’
Press
Use
and
Press
MORE soft key (left side)
to scroll through the menu to select
‘DELETE ALL’
(left side) to select
You will be prompted to confirm ?, press
DEL ALL
soft key (left side) again to confirm
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PHONE BOOK
Telephone numbers can be stored in the phone book. It
allows you to store frequently used numbers so that you can
easily make a call without having to remember or enter the
telephone number
The phone book can contain 50 entries. Each phone number
can contain up to 20 digits and have a name of up to 12
characters.
Create a Phone Book Entry
Press
(left side) to activate the menu
and
Use
to scroll through the menu to select
‘PHONE BOOK’
Press
Press
(left side) to select
(left side) again to select ‘NEW’
The display will show ‘NAME?’Enter the name you wish
using the numeric keypad (see character map below). Up
to 12 characters
Press
NEXT soft key (left side) to confirm
The display will show ‘NUMBER?’Enter the telephone
number you wish using the numeric keypad (up to 20
digits).
Press
NEXT soft key (left side) to confirm
and
to scroll through the melody menu to
Use
select desired ringer tone. As you scroll through, the
telephone demonstrates the selected melody. If you want
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PHONE BOOK
to set a VIP number, you should select a special ring tone
for it. The ring tone should be different from the external
ring you have set. You can set up to 9 VIP ring tones
associated with 9 numbers
Press
(left side) to SAVE. You can then repeat the
process again and add another entry to the phonebook or
to return to standby or wait 30 seconds
press
Note: Press
ERASE soft key (right side) to clear the
last digit and then enter the correct number
ERASE soft key (right side) for more than one
Press
second to clear all digits entered and return to standby mode.
Insert Pause
Inserting a pause provides a delay of 3 seconds. This is
necessary with some telephone systems.
To insert a dialling pause between numbers when storing a
until P appears in the LCD display.
number, press
Character Map
Key
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Characters in the displayed order
(spc) 0
?
&
/
.
1
@
_
+
"
A
B
C
a
b
c
D
E
F
d
e
f
G
H
I
g
h
i
J
K
L
j
k
l
M
N
O
m
n
o
P
Q
R
S
p
q
T
U
V
t
u
v
W
X
Y
Z
w
x
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2
3
4
5
6
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8
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)
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7
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9
PHONE BOOK
View Phone Book Entries
Pick up handset.
Press
in standby mode
The list of names in the phone book will be displayed
Use
and
Press
to scroll through the list to find the
required name
(left side) to view the telephone number
Dialling using a Phone Book Entry
Pick up handset.
Press
in standby mode
The list of names in the phone book will be displayed
and
Use
Press
to scroll through the list to find the
required name
, the number is automatically dialled
Modify a Phone Book Entry
Press
Use
(left side) to activate the menu
and
Press
to scroll through the menu to select
‘PHONE BOOK’
(left side) to select
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PHONE BOOK
and
Use
to scroll through the menu to select
‘EDIT’
Press
Use
(left side) to select
and
to scroll through the list to find the
required phone book entry to be modified
Press
(left side) to confirm
The curser will start to flash on the right hand side of the
name. Modify name using
(right side) to clear the
previous digits and then enter the correct character(s)
Press
NEXT soft key (left side) to save
The curser will start to flash on the right hand side of the
number. Modify name using
(right side) to clear
the previous digits and then enter the correct digit (s)
Press
NEXT soft key (left side) to save
and
to scroll through the melody menu to
Use
select desired ringer tone. As you scroll through, the
telephone demonstrates the selected melody. If you want
to set a VIP number, you should select a special ring tone
for it. The ring tone should be different from the external
ring you have set. You can set up to 9 VIP ring tones
associated with 9 numbers
Press
SAVE soft key (left side) to confirm. You can
then repeat the process again and modify another entry in
the phonebook or press
to return to standby or wait
30 seconds
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PHONE BOOK
Delete a Phone Book Entry
Press
Use
(left side) to activate the menu
and
Press
Use
and
Press
Use
to scroll through the menu to select
‘PHONE BOOK’
(left side) to select
to scroll through the menu to select
‘DELETE’
(left side) to select
and
to scroll through the list to find the
required phone book entry to be deleted
Press
(left side) to select
You will be prompted to confirm ?, press
key (left side) again to confirm
DEL soft
Delete All Phone Book Entries
Press
Use
(left side) to activate the menu
and
Press
Use
and
Press
to scroll through the menu to select
‘PHONE BOOK’
(left side) to select
to scroll through the menu to select
‘DELETE ALL’
(left side) to select
You will be prompted to confirm ?, press
DEL ALL
soft key (left side) again to confirm
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PHONE BOOK
Phone book Status
The phone book status shows the number of entries already
stored in the phone book e.g. 05/50
(left side) to activate the menu
Press
Use
and
to scroll through the menu to select
‘PHONE BOOK’
Press
Use
and
(left side) to select
to scroll through the menu to select
‘PB STATUS’
Press
(left side) to select
The number of entries already stored in the phone book
will be displayed
Press
to return to standby or wait 30 seconds
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ADDITIONAL HANDSETS & BASES
The handset that came with your base is already registered
to the base (factory setting). This is registered as handset 1.
Each additional handset you purchase must be registered to
the base.
Up to 5 handsets can be registered to one base unit. This
means you can make internal calls between registered
handsets, transfer an incoming call between handsets and
answer a call anywhere in the office/home at any time as all
the handsets will call at the same time.
You can also register up to 4 base units to each handset.
This will increase the phone range, allowing you to move
between the increased telephone coverage areas.
Register a new Handset
Before registering a handset to the base, you should press
key on the bottom of the base for about 5
and hold the
seconds and then release it.
Press
Use
(left side) to activate the menu
and
Press
Use
and
to scroll through the menu to select
‘REGISTRATION’
(left side) to select
to scroll through the base names list
Press
(left side) to select desired base. The
handset will search for the requested base and the
relevant information will flash on the LCD.
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ADDITIONAL HANDSETS & BASES
If the base is found, you will be prompted to enter the PIN
code (the default is 0000).
Press
(left side) to select
If the PIN code is accepted, the registration tone will
sound and the base assigns a number to the handset. If
the PIN code entered is invalid, a warning tone will sound,
the handset will return to the
previous registration state
Select a Base
Your handset can be used with up to 4 bases. See Select
Base in Handset Settings.
Note: In order to use the handset with more than one base
unit, the handset must be registered with each base (see
Register a New Handset section).
Release a Handset
A registered handset can be removed from a base if
necessary. See Terminate Handset in Base Settings.
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ADDITIONAL HANDSETS & BASES
Internal Calls
When using several handsets registered to the same base
unit, you can make internal calls and transfer external calls
between handsets.
Make an Internal Call
Press
Enter the handset number you wish to page (1-5)
Notes:
If an incorrect handset number is entered i.e. one that does
not exist, the handset wil sound an error tone
Receive an Internal Call
The paged handset will ring. The calling handset number
will be displayed on the LCD display ‘HS n CALLING’
To answer, press
To end the call, press
Notes:
If there is an external call during the course of an internal call,
the caller’s telephone number will be displayed. The internal
. The normal external
call can be finished by pressing
call ring tone will be heard, press
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to answer the call.
ADDITIONAL HANDSETS & BASES
Call Transfer between Handsets
An external call can be transferred from one handset to
another (provided they are registered to the same base).
During an external call, when you wish to transfer the call.
. Your external caller will be placed on hold
press
Enter the handset number you wish to transfer to (1-5)
The paged handset will ring. The calling handset number
will be dsiplayed on the LCD display ‘HS n CALLING’
To answer the paged handset, press
If required, you may now speak to the paged user.
To transfer the external call to the paged handset, press
O R
To cancel the call transfer and talk to the external caller
again, press
Notes:
On transferring a call, you may hang up before the paged
handset answers. The connection between the external
caller and the paged handset is complete once you hang up.
If the paged handset does not answer a call within a
predetermined time, the call will be transferred back to your
handset.
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ADDITIONAL HANDSETS & BASES
Three Way Conference Call
When you have both an external call and an intercom call in
progress, you can set up a three way conference call
During an external call. press
. Your external caller
will be placed on hold
Enter the handset number you wish to join the three way
conference call (1-5)
The paged handset will ring. The calling handset number
will be displayed on the LCD display
‘HS n CALLING’
To answer the paged handset, press
to start the three way call
The caller can now press
Either of the two internal handsets can press
leave the conference call at any time.
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to
CALL WAITING
Caller ID on Call Waiting
When you subscribe to a Call Waiting service from your
service provider, the LCD will display the name and number
of the second caller while you are having a conversation with
the first caller.
Press
caller
(left side) FLASH key to answer the second
When you have finished with the second caller press
(left side) FLASH key again to resume your conversation
with the first caller.
Note: If you have transferred an external call to another
handset, the call waiting function will not work via the second
handset.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
General Checks
• Make sure that the telephone line cord and adaptor
are correctly plugged in and they are not damaged.
• Make sure the batteries are inserted correctly.
• Make sure that the batteries are fully charged.
• Connect another telephone to the telephone PTT
socket or move your telephone to another socket to
track if the failure is coming from your telephone or
your PTT socket.
• Make sure the power adaptor is properly connected
Handset not registering
• See general checks.
No display
• See general checks
• Check the handset is switched on
No connection between handset and base
• You may be out of range of the base. Move closer to
the base
Handset on the base does not charge
• Make sure the handset is placed properly on the
base. When charging, the battery symbol should be
shown filling up.
Handset does not ring
• See general checks
• Ensure the ringer volume is not switched off
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TROUBLESHOOTING
No tone when you press
• See general checks.
• Check for the handset number on the LCD display
e.g. HS1. If this is not present you must register the
handset (see Handset Registration section)
A warning tone is heard during a call:
• The batteries are empty. The handset needs to be
replaced in the base in order to recharge.
• You are out of the base coverage area.
No number is displayed when the telephone rings:
• Please contact your telephone network provider to
get the caller ID service.
• Even if you have subscribed to a caller ID service, if
the caller does not want to show their number
(private number), the display will show ‘PRIVATE’.
‘OUT OF AREA’ might also be displayed if it is an
international call
• It could be a call from a PBX. Caller ID may not
work properly if the telephone is connected to a PBX.
Consistently short battery life
• Clean the charge contacts
• Replace the batteries
Nothing happens when you press any button
• Check the the keylock is switched off
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SAFETY INFORMATION
General
Only use the power supply included with the product.
Only use the approved rechargeable batteries supplied.
Do not open the handset (except to replace the handset
batteries) or base. Contact the helpline for all repairs.
Never dispose of batteries in a fire. There is a serious risk of
explosion and/ or the release of toxic chemicals.
Do not place objects on the line cord or power cable that
may cause damage.
If you are sure you are not going to use the telephone for
over a month, remove the batteries.
Cleaning
Unplug the telephone. Clean the telephone with a soft cloth.
Keep the base and handset charging contacts clean. 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 AWARRANTY 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
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 to ensure they 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 384438
Or fax 01707 832529
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