ST 800TM - Amcom Software
USER'S MANUAL ST 800 TM FLEX Numeric Pager SUN TELECOM I N T E R N A T I O N A L ST 800 Congratulations on your purchase of our ST 800 pager. By incorporating some of the most advanced electronic paging technologies, the ST 800 pager is reliable & easy to use. Best of all, the ST 800 is affordable & will keep you in touch with those important to you. Please carefully read this manual before using your pager in order to fully understand the ST 800 's functions & capabilities. Once again, congratulations on your purchase. 1. CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. STANDARD FEATURES BUTTONS ICONS AND DESCRIPTIONS TURNING THE PAGER ON FUNCTION MENU TURNING THE PAGER OFF SETTING THE TIME AND DATE SETTING VIBRATION / AUDIBLE ALERT SETTING ALERT MODE RECEIVING AND READING MESSAGES LOCKING AND UNLOCKING MESSAGES DELETING MESSAGES SETTING THE ALARM BACKLIGHTING OTHER FEATURES 4 5 6 7 STANDARD FEATURES 21 message slots capable of storing Low battery indicator up to 20 digits per slot Individual delete or delete all Backlight In service range indicator Read time clock (12hr) with calendar Daily Alarm 11 date display 5 Standard alert modes : Audio, Pleasing 12 Reminder alert Melody, Chirp, Vibration and Silent 14 Message lock (Up to 10 message slots) 4 Standard tone alerts and 3 different 15 Message time stamping pleasing melody alerts available for 8 10 13 17 selection 19 21 22 ( Specifications are subject to change without prior notice ) STANDARD FEATURES 2. BUTTONS 3. ICONS AND DESCRIPTIONS FUNCTION BUTTON Use to enter the function menu mode Use to lock and unlock messages Use to turn the back lighting display on : In service range indicator : Message lock icon LAMP BUTTON : Audio alert icon : Low Battery indicator : Alarm icon : Message continuation icon Use to turn the light on or off READ BUTTON Use to turn the pager on Use to read messages Use to select desired function Use to set the date and time, alarm and standard alert mode BUTTONS ICONS AND DESCRIPTIONS 4. TURNING THE PAGER ON < Standby Screen > 5. FUNCTION MENU To access the function menu mode, press the FUNCTION button for at least 2 seconds. This mode allows the user to access the various functions and features of the pager through a series of menu prompts. Pressing the FUNCTION button allows you to scroll the menu prompts as illustrated(Page 9). Insert battery into battery compartment and close the battery door. Pager will power up with a full display of all LCD segments and emit a short audible alert with date and time display. To turn the pager on from the power off state, press and hold the READ button for at least 2 seconds. Note The menu prompt "CLEAR ALL?"will not appear if no message is received. Pressing the READ button allows you to select the function and takes you to the setting mode (depending on the function selected). The pager will return to the standby screen if no button is pressed within 8 seconds. TURNING THE PAGER ON FUNCTION MENU 6. TURNING THE PAGER OFF Press the FUNCTION button and hold for at least 2 seconds to enter the function menu mode. / Press the FUNCTION button to display the "POWER OFF?"prompt, now press the READ button to turn off the pager. If the pager is off, the LCD will only display the date and time. Although the alarm icon is not displayed, the feature will operate normally. If the pager is OFF, it cannot receive any messages. The colon separating the hour from the minute will continue to blink to indicate that the clock is working. FUNCTION MENU TURNING THE PAGER OFF 7. SETTING THE TIME AND DATE < Fig.7a > < Fig.7b > Press the FUNCTION button and hold for at least 2 seconds to enter the function menu mode. Press the function button to scroll through the menu prompts until the "SET TIME ?"prompt is displayed. Press the READ button to enter the set time mode. The pager will first display a blinking field for the year. Press the READ button to set correct year(Fig.7a). Press the FUNCTION button to move to the date and time field(Fig.7b). Press the READ button to set the digits for each field. Complete each field(hour, minute & AM/PM) in the same manner. The pager returns to standby upon completing all the fields. SETTING THE TIME AND DATE 8. SETTING VIBRATION/AUDIBLE ALERT < Fig.8a > < Fig.8b > You can select the alert mode to vibrate or to produce an audible tone. Within the standby screen, press the FUNCTION button for at least 2 seconds to enter the function menu mode. The pager will display either <Fig.8a> of <Fig. 8b> depending on the initial state of the alert mode. Press the READ button to select the audible or vibration mode. In the audible mode, the pager will display the speaker icon . No speaker will be displayed in the vibration mode. SETTING VIBRATION/AUDIBLE ALERT 9. SETTING ALERT MODE < Fig.9a > < Fig.9b > 10. Enter this mode to select the different type of alerts: Chirp Standard Tone Melody Silent Press the FUNCTION button and hold for at least 2 seconds to enter the function menu mode. Press the FUNCTION button to scroll through the menu prompt until the "SET ALERT?" is displayed(Fig.9a). Press the READ button to enter the set alert mode(Fig.9b). Press the READ button twice to scroll though the choice alerts available. Beep1/Beep2/Beep3/Beep4/Melody1/Melody2/ Melody3/Chirp/Silent In the silent mode, the pager continues to receive messages but will not emit an alert to prompt the user. Press the FUNCTION button to select the desired alert. The pager will return to standby. SETTING ALERT MODE RECEIVING AND READING MESSAGES < Fig.10a > < Fig.10b > < Fig.10c > The pager will emit an audible alert or vibrate(depending on the alert setting mode) when a message is received. The pager will also display the number of unread messages. If there are two unread messages, the pager will display as <Fig.10a>. Press the READ button to display the first message(Fig.10b). Press the READ button to advance to the display the message arrival time(Fig.10c). If no message is received, pressing the READ button will cause the pager to display as <Fig.10d>. < Fig.10d > RECEIVING AND READING MESSAGES 11. LOCKING AND UNLOCKING MESSAGES To unlock messages The pager allows you to lock up to 10 messages, preventing you from accidentally erasing or losing them due to incoming messages when memory is full. To lock messages < Fig.11a > < Fig.11b > < Fig.11c > Select the message you want to lock by pressing the READ button to scroll through the memory(Fig.11a). Press the FUNCTION button to display the "LOCK?"prompt(Fig.11b). Press the READ button to lock the message. The Pager will display "LOCKED"and the lock icon will appear on the top row of the LCD(Fig.11c). Lock memory is full when up to 10 messages Note are locked. Attempting to lock the 11thmessage will cause the pager to display "LOCK FULL". . LOCKING AND UNLOCKING MESSAGES < Fig.11d > Locked messages can be unlocked in a similar way. Press the READ button to display the message you wish to unlock(Fig.11d). Press the FUNCTION button to display the "UNLOCK?" prompt(Fig.11e). < Fig.11e > Press the FUNCTION button to display the "UNLOCKED" prompt and the lock icon will disappear(Fig.11f). < Fig.11f > LOCKING AND UNLOCKING MESSAGES 12. DELETING MESSAGES Clear All The pager allows you to delete either a single message or all messages at one time. Only read and unlocked message can be deleted. The pager will allow the"CLEAR ALL" function only if it has received more than one message. In the standby screen, press the FUNCTION button and hold for at least 2 seconds to enter into the function menu mode. Selective Delete < Fig.12a > < Fig.12b > Select the message you want to delete by pressing the READ button to scroll through the memory. Press the FUNCTION button twice on the desired message screen to display the "CLEAR ?" prompt (Fig.12a). Press the READ button to delete the message. The display will show the prompt "CLEARED" to indicate message has been deleted(Fig.12b). DELETING MESSAGES < Fig.12c > Press the FUNCTION button to scroll through the menu prompt until the "CLEAR ALL?"prompt is displayed(Fig.12c). < Fig.12d > Press the READ button to delete all read and unlock messages. The pager will display "ALL CLEARED" to indicate that all messages have been deleted(Fig.12d). DELETING MESSAGES 13. SETTING THE ALARM < Fig.13a > < Fig.13b > < Fig.13c > < Fig.13d > The pager has a daily alarm for you to set at a specific time to alert you to any important task. Within the standby screen, press the FUNCTION button and hold for at least 2 seconds to enter the function menu mode. Press the FUNCTION button to scroll through the menu prompt until the "SET ALARM?"prompt is displayed(Fig.13a). Press the READ button to access the alarm setting mode. The pager will display the "ALARM ON"prompt (Fig.13b). Press the FUNCTION button to set the alarm. This will cause the hour field to blink. Press the READ button to add the hour. Press the FUNCTION button to move to the minute field and set the minute by pressing the READ button(Fig.13d). SETTING THE ALARM Continue to set the AM/PM field in a similar way. Upon completion, the pager returns to the standby screen displaying the desired set time. The alarm icon will light up to indicate the alarm is active. To Turn Off Alarm < Fig.13e > < Fig.13f > 20 While in standby mode, press the FUNCTION button and hold for at least 2 seconds to enter the function menu mode. Press the FUNCTION button to scroll through the menu prompt until the "SET ALARM?" prompt is displayed. Pressing the READ button will cause the pager to display "ALARM ON"(Fig.13e). Press the READ button again to turn off the alarm(Fig.13f). SETTING THE ALARM 15. OTHER FEATURES Press the FUNCTION button to return the pager to the standby screen(Fig.13g). < Fig.13g > Memory Full < Fig. 14 > The pager will display "MEM FULL" when all 21 slots are filled(Fig 14). In Service Range Indicator 14. BACKLIGHTING When the pager is within the coverage area, the In Service Range Indicator icon will appear on the LCD screen. Low Battery Indicator In low light conditions, pressing the LAMP button will turn the backlight on. The backlight will automatically turn off after 8 seconds. BACKLIGHTING The low battery indicator will appear when the battery energy is depleted. Users are advised to replace the battery immediately. OTHER FEATURES FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT: Battery Information The pager is designed to operate with a "AAA" size alkaline battery. Note This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Do not use carbon zinc battery. To install or replace the battery Place the pager face down in the palm of your hand. Push to slide the battery door off. Place the new battery into the battery compartment. CAUTION Ensure battery polarity is correct before installing battery. Do not insert battery in reverse polarity. OTHER FEATURES Caution : Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
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