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Gigaset DA210 User guide
Gigaset DA210 /Nordics en / A30054-M6527-R201-2-PG19 / / 13.04.2016
Gigaset DA210 overview
Call indicator
flashes on
Speed dial key
Mute key with LED
The LED flashes if the microphone is switched off.
Set key
The mute key LED flashes while
the telephone is in set mode.
Redial/Pause key
Recall key
Handset volume key
Switch for changing between
pulse and tone dialling mode
Slot to attach the
handset bracket
when mounting
the device on the
Insert strip for
writing the
assignment of
speed dial keys
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Connecting the telephone
Connect your telephone to the main phone socket
using the supplied telephone cable and, if necessary,
one of the telephone adapters provided.
Plug the coiled end of the
cable into the handset (1).
Guide the cable through the
cable channel of the handset
cradle: upwards for operating the phone on the table
downwards when mounting the phone on the wall
Wall mounting
Drill two dowel holes into the wall at
a vertical distance of 85 mm and fix
two screws.
Lift out the handset bracket (4) with a
screwdriver and clip it into the handset
cradle (5).
Hang the telephone on the projecting
screw heads.
Please note: The handset bracket must be
placed in the cradle with the slanting edge
facing forwards (see graphic), as otherwise
the handset will not be properly secured.
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Safety precautions
When installing, connecting and
operating the telephone, always
observe the following precautions:
u Only use the jacks and leads supplied.
u Only connect the connecting
lead to the intended socket.
u Only connect approved accessories.
u Lay the connecting lead where it
will not cause accidents.
u Position the telephone on a nonslip surface.
u For your safety and protection,
the telephone may not be used
in the bath or shower rooms (wet
locations). The telephone is not
splash proof.
u Never expose the telephone to
sources of heat, direct sunlight or
other electrical devices.
u Protect your telephone from
moisture, dust, corrosive liquids
and vapours.
u Never open up the telephone
u Do not touch the plug contact
with pointed or metallic objects.
u Do not carry the telephone by
the leads.
u If you give your telephone to
someone else, make sure you
also give them the operating
Setting up the telephone
for use
Recommended installation of telephone:
u Do not expose the telephone to
direct sunlight or other sources
of heat.
u Operate at temperatures of
between +5°C and +40°C.
u Maintain a distance of at least
one metre between the telephone and radio equipment, e.g.
radio telephones, radio paging
equipment or TV sets.
Otherwise, telephone communication could be impaired.
u Do not install the telephone in
dusty rooms as this can limit the
service life of the telephone.
u Furniture lacquer and polish can
be adversely affected by contact
with parts of the unit (e.g. feet).
Dialling and saving
Dialling a number
Lift the handset, dial
the number.
Last number redial
The last number dialled is automatically saved.
Lift the handset, press
the last number redial
Speed dialling
You can save 10 numbers for speed
dial on the number keys (0-9) (each
with max. 21 digits).
Saving number
Q ... O
Press the set key.
Press the speed dial
Define the speed dial
Enter the number for
the speed dial.
Press the set key.
Note: The LED on the mute key flashes
while the telephone is in set mode.
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Dialling a speed dial number
Q ... O
Lift the handset, press
the speed dial key.
Press the speed dial
number key.
Notes on saving and deleting
speed dial numbers
* and # are saved regardless
of the set dialling mode but are only
dialled with tone dialling mode
( page 4).
If the number entered is longer than
21 digits, the saved number is
Dialling pauses
One or more dialling pauses can be
entered using I (not at 1st digit).
Pauses are transferred to the memory and are necessary for certain
extension systems (e.g.:
0 I 2368).
u Dialling a dialling pause within
the first 5 digits:
The entire number saved is
dialled, including the
2-second dialling pause.
u Dialling a dialling pause after the
first 5 digits:
The portion of the number saved
after the pause is only dialled
after pressing the I key.
To reactivate microphone: Press the
mute key again or press any other
The mute key LED flashes while the
microphone is deactivated.
Setting the ringer
You can set the ringer melody and
volume to 9 levels or turn it off
(factory default: level 6).
c K Lift the handset, press
the set key.
Press the hash key.
Q ... O Press one of the number keys.
(0: Ringer off until
handset is next lifted).
Press the set key.
Note: The LED on the mute key flashes
while the telephone is in set mode.
Operation on a PABX
Special functions/Recall key
During an external call, you can
make an enquiry or forward the call.
To do this, press the recall key H.
The subsequent procedure depends
on your PABX.
To set the recall key, the telephone’s
flash time must be set consistent
with your PABX. Please refer to the
operating instructions for your PABX.
Adjusting the telephone
Changing the dialling mode/
flash time
Setting the handset volume
The telephone supports the following dialling modes:
T1: Tone dialling, flash time 100 ms
T2: Tone dialling, flash time 280/
600 ms
The handset volume can be set to
two levels.
Press the handset volume control key.
The primary volume is reset after
hanging up.
You can deactivate the telephone's
microphone during a call.
Press the mute key.
(depending on device model)
Pulse dialling
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Depending on your PABX, you may
need to change your telephone’s
dialling mode or the flash time.
To so this, use the sliding switch below the
Temporary tone dialling switching
in "Pulse" position
To use functions that require tone
dialling (e.g. remote control of
answering machine), you can set the
telephone to tone dialling for the
duration of the call without adjusting the switch.
After the connection is established:
Press the star key.
After the connection is broken, the
setting reverts to pulse dialling.
Operation on public
telephone systems
Public telephone systems - in some
cases by special order/request – offer
you a range of useful additional services (e.g. call divert, call back on
busy, three-party conference etc.).
These services can be selected using
specified key combinations, which
your network provider will notify you
You can save the entire key combination, including the number of a fixed
call divert destination, to your speed
dial keys just like a normal number.
Recall key
In public telephone systems, the
recall key is required to use certain
additional services; e.g. for "Call back
on busy".
You may need to adjust the flash
time of your telephone to the needs
of the public telephone system. To
do this, use the sliding switch below
the keypad ( page 4).
Wipe the unit with a damp cloth or
an antistatic cloth. Do not use solvents or microfibre cloths.
Never use a dry cloth; this can cause
Contact with liquid !
If the device comes into contact with
1 Allow the liquid to drain from the
2 Pat all parts dry. Place the device
(the keypad facing down) in a
dry, warm place for at least 72
hours (not in a microwave, oven
3 Do not switch on the device
again until it is completely dry.
When it has fully dried out, you will
normally be able to use it again.
In rare cases, contact with chemical
substances can cause changes to the
telephone's exterior. Due to the wide
variety of chemical products available on the market, it was not possible
to test all substances.
Questions and answers
You lift the handset but you hear
no dialling tone: Is the connecting
lead correctly plugged into the telephone and the telephone socket?
The dialling tone is audible but the
telephone will not dial: The connection is OK. Is the dialling mode set
The other party cannot hear you:
Mute activated?
Regular pulse noises can be heard
during a call: The connection is
receiving metering pulses from the
exchange, which the telephone cannot interpret. Contact your network
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Protecting our environment
Our environmental mission
This device is intended for connection to analogue networks. Outside
the European Economic Area (with
the exception of Switzerland)
depending on national type
Country-specific requirements have
been taken into consideration.
We, Gigaset Communications GmbH,
declare that this device meets the
essential requirements and other relevant regulations laid down in Directive 2014/30/EU and 2014/35/EU.
We, Gigaset Communications GmbH,
bear social responsibility and are
actively committed to a better world.
Our ideas, technologies and actions
serve people, society and the environment. The aim of our global activity is to secure sustainable life
resources for humanity. We are committed to taking responsibility for
our products throughout their entire
life cycle. The environmental impact
of products, including their manufacture, procurement, distribution,
use, service and disposal, is evaluated early on, during product and
process design.
Further information on environmentally friendly products and processes
is available on the Internet at
Environmental management
Gigaset Communications GmbH is certified
according to the international standards EN
14001 and ISO 9001.
ISO 14001 (Environment): Certified
since September 2007 by TüV SÜD
Management Service GmbH.
ISO 9001 (Quality): Certified since
17/02/1994 by TüV Süd Management Service GmbH.
If you should encounter any problems when operating the telephone
connected to a communication system with analogue network access,
please contact the network operator
responsible or your dealer.
A copy of the Declaration of Conformity is available at this Internet
Gigaset DA210 /Nordics en / A30054-M6527-R201-2-PG19 / / 13.04.2016
Issued by
Gigaset Communications GmbH
Frankenstrasse 2a, D-46395 Bocholt
© Gigaset Communications GmbH 2016
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Rights of modification reserved.
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