USER`S MANUAL

USER`S MANUAL

USER'S MANUAL

Numeric Pager

SUN TELECOM

I N T E R N A T I O N A L

TM

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Congratulations on your purchase of a Pager. Your new pager will keep you in touch with everyone

TM important instantly. The pager is reliable and easy to use as well as affordable and provides many features that incorporates the most advanced electronic paging technologies. Please read this manual carefully before using your pager for better understanding of operation.

SUN TELECOM

I N T E R N A T I O N A L

CONTENTS

1. FEATURES

2. BUTTONS

3. ICONS AND DESCRIPTIONS

4. TURNING YOUR PAGER ON

5. TURNING YOUR PAGER OFF

6. RECEIVING AND READING MESSAGES

7. DUPLICATE MESSAGES

8. CHANGING THE ALERT STATUS

9. MEMORY CAPACITY

10. LOW BATTERY INDICATOR

11. LOCKING MESSAGES

12. DELETING MESSAGES

13. ALARM

14. TIME AND DATE

15. AUTOMATIC ON / OFF

16. LIGHT

17. BATTERY INFORMATION

18. CANNED MESSAGE

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1 4

1 6

1 7

1 8

1 9

1 9

2 0

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5

6

7

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9

1 0

1 1

1 2

1 2

1. FEATURES

4 16 Message Memories

4 9 Locked Messages

4 8 Melodies

4 5 Beeps

4 Vibrator

4 Time Stamp

4 Time/Date

4 Alarm

4 Automatic On/Off

4 Light

4 Deletion of All or Individual Messages

4 In Range Indicator

4 Low Battery Indicator

4 Duplicate Message Indicator

4 Unread Message Indicator

4 Memory Full Indicator

(

Specifications are subject to change without prior notice )

FEATURES

2. BUTTONS with AGC

Lamp button

Function button

Read button

FUNCTION BUTTON

h

Enter into menu mode h

Turn Pager on

LAMP BUTTON

h

Turn the Light on or off h

Exit from menu mode h h

READ BUTTON

Read Messages

Select settings and features

BOTTONS

3. ICONS AND DESCRIPTIONS

:

Reception Area

: Alert (Beep) on

: Alert (Melody) on

: Alert (Vibrator) on

: Alarm on

: Auto pager off

: Message Lock

: Duplicate Message

: Pager Off

: Change Battery

: Message Full

: Message longer than 12 Char

ICONS AND DESCRIPTIONS

4. TURNING YOUR PAGER ON

Stand by Mode

Press the function button for 2 seconds or longer while pager is in the Off mode.

Time and date will appear in the bottom center of the screen.

Upon inserting a battery, pager will vibrate and beep briefly as it enters the normal reception mode.

TURNING YOUR PAGER ON

5. TURNING YOUR PAGER OFF

Press the function button for 2 seconds or longer to enter the function menu.

Pager will beep once and " "will be displayed.

Press the function button once more and "

" will be displayed.

Then press the read button to turn off pager.

" " sign will appear in the top right corner of the screen.

TURNING YOUR PAGER OFF

6. RECEIVING AND READING

MESSAGES

When a message is received, the selected alert (one of

8 melodies/5 beeps or vibrator) will be activated.

Press the read button to stop the alert and read messages. The following will be displayed in the order of the newest to the oldest message: Message number, time stamp, and message.

Reading Messages with 13 Characters or More

Messages with 13 or more characters will display " "

At the top right corner of the screen.

Press the read button to read the rest of the message.

RECEIVING AND READING MESSAGES

Reading Locked Messages:

In order to read locked messages, there must be no unread messages.

Press the function button to enter into the locked message read mode.

Press the read button to display and read locked messages.

7. DUPLICATE MESSAGE

Duplicate message indicator will be displayed on the screen when the pager receives a message that is identical to a message in memory.

DUPLICATE MESSAGE

8. CHANGING THE ALERT STATUS

Press the function button for 2 seconds or longer to enter into the function menu.

Pager will beep once and " " will be displayed.

Press the read button to select the set alert mode.

Each press of the function button in the set alert mode will activate, in order, vibrator, 5 beeps and

8 melodies.

Press the read button to make selection while the desired alert is displayed.

CHANGING THE ALERT STATUS

9. MEMORY CAPACITY

Pager has a memory capacity to store 16 numeric messages.

10. LOW BATTERY INDICATOR

When the battery capacity falls below the operational level, the low battery icon will be displayed and the voltage alarm tone will be activated.

MEMORY CAPACITY / LOW BATTERY INDICATOR

11. LOCKING MESSAGES

A maximum of 9 messages can be locked.

Select a message to be locked and press the function button.

When " Lock ?

" is displayed, press the read button to lock the message.

" Locked ?

" and its icon will be displayed.

LOCKING MESSAGES

12. DELETING MESSAGE

Individual Deletion:

To delete a locked message, press the function button while the message is displayed.

When "

Delete ?

" appears, press the read button.

" Deleted " will be displayed upon completion.

To delete an unlocked message, press the function button twice while the message is displayed.

Press the read button to delete the message when

" Delete ?

" appears.

DELETING MESSAGE

Deletion of All Messages:

Forward to "

Delete All ?

" mode by pressing the function button in the function menu. (rf. Sections

2 and 5)

Press the read button while " Delete All ?

" is displayed.

"

General ?

" will appear, at which time press the read button to display " Really ?

".

Press the read again to delete all unlocked messages.

To delete all locked messages, press the function button while "

Delete All ?

" is displayed.

" Locked?

" will be displayed.

Press the read button to bring up " Really ?

" and press the read button again to delete all locked messages.

DELETING MESSAGE

13. ALARM

Forward to " " by pressing the function button in the function menu. (rf. Sections 2 and 5)

Press the read button to select the set alarm mode.

Press the function button to toggle between Alarm On and Off.

Press the read button while " " is displayed with the time blinking.

Press the function button to change hour, then press the read button to move to the next field.

Press the function button to change minutes.

ALARM

14. TIME AND DATE

Forward to " " by pressing the function button in the function menu. (rf. Sections 2 and 5)

Press the read button to select the set time mode.

Press the function button to change month, then press the read button to move to the next field.

Follow the same procedure to set time.

TIME AND DATE

15. AUTOMATIC ON/OFF

Automatic power on/off function at time.

(Default is 01:00A ~ 05:00A)

Function Mode.

" "

" "

menu, and display toggles between ON and

OFF with function button.

is enabled and pager enters on-time and off-time set time mode.

First, set up time of power on.

Press the function button to change hour, then press the read button to move to the next field.

2nd, set up time of power off.

Press the function button to change hour, then press the read button to move to the next field.

When read button is pressed in

" " is disabled and pager returns to reception state.

AUTOMATIC ON/OFF

16. LIGHT

Press the lamp button to activate the light.

17. BATTERY INFORMATION

The pager is designed to operate with a "AAA" size alkaline battery.

Note : Do not use carbon zinc batteries.

LIGHT / BATTERY INFORMATION

18. CANNED MESSAGE

TM The pager comes with 7 preprogrammed messages, which will be displayed on the LCD when the corresponding code is entered.

To send a canned message.

1. Dial the pager number on a telephone and wait for a beep

sound.

2. Enter the number from 1 to 7.

Following is the list of preprogrammed canned message.

CODE

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Displayed Message

Honey

Friend

Love you

Home

Office

Good job

Urgent

MELODY

Today

Die Forelle

Hymne a l'Amour

Sting

Doremi song

Congratulation

Siren

CANNED MESSAGE

FCC

DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

PRODUCT NAME : Numeric Pager

MODEL NUMBER : Z2

FCC RULES : TESTED TO COMPLY WITH FCC PART 15, CLASS B

OPERATING ENVIRONMENT: FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE

FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT:

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.

INFORMATION TO USER:

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits of a

Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, user and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation, if this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

1 Reorient / Relocate the receiving antenna.

1 Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

1 Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit difference from

that to which the receiver is connected.

1 Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for help.

Caution : Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

The party responsible for product compliance

SUN TELECOM

I N T E R N A T I O N A L

11321 Decimal Drive Louisville, KY 40299

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