Table of contents
Introduction …………………………………………………………………………
3
Package Contents…………………………………………………………………
4
Installation Instructions……………………………………………………………
5
Antenna Installation…………………………………………………… 5
Installing Satellite Antenna…………………………………………… 5
Installing GPS Antenna………………………………………………
6
External Accessories …………………………………………………
6
Getting Started……………………………………………………………………… 7
Connection Interface…………………………………………………… 7
Setting up TU-2500…………………………………………………… 7
Using TU-2500 as a desktop unit…………………………………… 7
Using TU-2500 as a wall mounted unit…………………………… 7
Mounting TU-2500 on the wall……………………………………… 8
Connecting GPS Antenna……………………………………………
8
Connecting Satellite Antenna………………………………………
8
Connecting TU-2500 to Power Supply Adapter…………………… 8
Connecting Extension Phone to TU-2500………………………… 9
Connecting Group 3 Fax Machine to TU-2500…………………… 9
Connecting a PC to TU-2500 through DTE port………………… 9
Connecting a PC to TU-2500 through Voice band
modem connected at the RJ-11
………………………………… 9
Thuraya Terminal in TU-2500……………………………… ………10
Receiving / Making Calls
………………………………………………………10
Important ………………………………………………………………10
Receiving Calls…………………………………………………………10
Making Calls……………………………………………………………10
Ending Calls…………………………………………………………… 11
Receiving / Sending Fax Message……………………………………………… 11
Receiving / Sending Fax through Fax machine ………………… 11
Receiving / Sending Fax through PC ………………………………12
Receiving / Sending Data Calls …………………………………………………13
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Receiving Data Calls …………………………………………………13
Sending Data from PC. ………………………………………………13
Sending data through the voice band modem. ………………… 14
Code Locking Function …………………………………………………………… 14
How to set up the Code Locking Function…………………………14
How to make a call
…………………………………………………15
In the case of Forgetting the PIN Code ……………………………16
Supplementary Services
…………………………………………………………16
Troubleshooting .……………………………………………………………………17
Warnings! ………………………………………………………………17
Care and maintenance……………………………………………… 17
Common Problems
…………………………………………………18
LED Indications ..……………………………………………………………………19
Warranty ……………………………………………………………………………20
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Introduction
Introduction
service provider) TU-2500 and its accessories are designed and manufactured to meet
Thuraya’s superior specifications and world-class quality standards. TU-2500
enhances the capabilities of the Thuraya terminal to meet your communication
requirements inside home and office.
Attention
This Product, TU-2500 is set up as the Standard type at first, therefore, if you want
to use it as Payphone or Common type, you should download suitable software
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Fax Message
Receiving / Making Calls
Getting Started
according to its purpose. Contact your service provider for further information.
Installation Instructions
terminal. (Please note that Thuraya terminals are available separately from the local
Package Contents
TU-2500 provides additional flexibility and convenience to your use of the Thuraya
Introduction
Package Contents
TU-2500
AC/DC Power adapter
Satellite antenna and mounting adapter
Satellite antenna cable (25meter)
Fax Message
Receiving / Making Calls
Getting Started
Installation Instructions
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TU-2500 Package consists of the following
GPS antenna with cable (25meter)
RS-232 cable, RJ-11 cable and TU-2500
User Manual
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in
intact and present, proceed with the
provider for assistance.
installation,
contact
your
service
installation. Please read the instructions
Antenna Installation
The TU-2500 antennas set consists of
connecting Satellite antenna to
the following components:
1.
2.
TU-2500 (25 meter).
Satellite Antenna with mounting
3.
GPS Antenna with attached
adapter.
coaxial cable for connecting
Satellite antenna cable for
with TU-2500 (25 meter).
Note: If you are using a maritime antenna, please refer to the maritime antenna
installation guide
Installing Satellite Antenna
Installation Instructions
carefully. If you encounter any difficulty
TU-2500 and all its accessories are
Package Contents
After unpacking and ensuring that
Installation Instructions
Installation Instructions
Getting Started
The satellite antenna is a rectangular
patch antenna, and is supplied along
with a mounting adapter. The mounting
adapter also has an elevation angle
adjust function.
1. Mount the antenna on to any
suitable fixture (mounting pole
the mounting brackets and
is accessible when mounted.
the bolts provided. The anten
facing skywars
in the direction of the
THURAYA satellite and should
the
(marked
“Satellite
coaxial
Antenna
Cable”)
to
antenna
the
cable
connector located at the base
be at the appropriate angle.
of the satellite antenna and
The angle can be adjusted us
tighten it properly by turning it
ing the angular information
clockwise.
provided on the mounting
Leave
enough
length for a small loop and
adapter(Details will be
secure the rest of the cable
provided in the antenna
using the cable ties.
installation guide book).
2.
Connect
5.
Fix the antenna in such a way
Connect the other end of the
satellite antenna to the
that the connector at the base
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Fax Message
na should be
4.
Receiving / Making Calls
or wall) on the rooftop using
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satellite
by the side of the connectors.
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Installation Instructions
Getting Started
Receiving / Making Calls
connector
6. Adjust the azimuth and the
elevation angle of the antenna
according to where you are
(Details will be provided in the
antenna
installation
guide
book), so as to ensure the
highest signal quality, indicated
on the LCD display.
Installing GPS Antenna
holders”on the surface/rooftop
The GPS antenna comes with attached
for fixing the antenna.
coaxial cable for connecting with the
TU-2500 unit.
1.
3.
Drill holes of adequate depth
4.
Keep the antenna in place so
on the surface.
Find an appropriate location
on the rooftop to mount the
that the drilled holes and the
antenna on to any suitable
screw holders are matched.
fixture/surface.
Make sure that
there is a
5.
Fix the antenna securely using
6.
Connect the free end of the
clear view of the sky. Maintain
the screws provided.
a separation of about 0.5 to
1 meter between GPS and
Satellite antenna.
2.
attached cable to the GPS
antenna
Mark locations of the “screw
connector
marked
“GPS” on the TU-2500.
External Accessories
TU-2500
external
3.
FAX software for PC Fax
accessories for full functionality. Please
4.
needs
to
have
Extension phone
make sure that you have the following:
Note: The RJ-11 cable should be 2-wire
inner at both ends.
1. Personal Computer (PC) for
Data transfer and PC Fax.
2.
Fax Message
antenna
marked “SAT” on the TU-2500
Group 3 Fax machine for
sending/ receiving Fax.
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TU-2500 is intended to be used as a
wall. Interface for connecting external
desktop or wall-mounted unit. Slots are
equipments
provided at the base of the unit to allow
machine and PC are provided at the
TU-2500 to be
back side of the unit.
Group
3
fax
Setting up TU-2500
Using TU-2500 as a desktop unit
Getting Started
Installation Instructions
Connection Interface
as
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hooked securely to a
such
Introduction
Getting Started
To use TU-2500 as a desktop
Receiving / Making Calls
unit, find an appropriate location
on your desktop where you can
easily access the unit. Make sure
that you have an electrical outlet
nearby for powering up TU-2500.
Using TU-2500 as a
wall mounted unit
TU-2500 can be fixed on the wall
sides of the TU-2500.
“Connect extension phone, to start making calls over Thuraya”
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Fax Message
by slots that are located on the
Introduction
Mounting TU-2500 on the wall
1.
Find an appropriate location
location of screw hole.
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on the wall for placing the
2.
3.
Place a suitable nails length
TU-2500 as a mounted unit.
on the wall for mounting
Place the TU-2500 on the
TU-2500.
fixing location and mark the
Connecting GPS Antenna
1.
Connect the coupler at the
marked “GPS”.
free end of the coaxial GPS
2.
Installation Instructions
antenna cable with the
Tighten
the
connector
by
turning it clockwise.
connector on TU-2500
Connecting Satellite Antenna
1. Connect the coupler at the
free end of the coaxial satellite
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antenna
cable
with
the
connector marked “SAT” on
TU-2500.
2. Tighten
the
connector
by
turning it clockwise.
Receiving / Making Calls
Connecting TU-2500 to Power Supply Adapter
Plug
the
Power
Supply
Adapter
connector into the DC IN connector on
TU-2500.
Use the other end of the Power Supply
Adapter to connect TU-2500 to the
main power source.
1.
Connect
AC/DC
the
power
dc
plug
of
adapter
to
TU-2500, and AC power cord
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to AC/DC adapter.
2.
3.
Connect AC power cord to
The power LED on top of
the external power source.
TU-2500 glows red indicating
Switch ON the power source.
that the unit is powered and
its ready for use.
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Data Calls
Connecting Extension Phone to TU-2500
Extension phone can be connected to
TU-2500.
TU-2500 at RJ-11 interface using an
two
RJ-11 cable to the RJ-11
phone
interface marked “EXT.TEL”.
1.
Note: You must have a phone unit and
Plug one end of the RJ-11
2-wire RJ-11 cable to use this feature.
cable to the RJ-11 interface
Phone is not supplied with the TU-2500
marked
unit.
“EXT.TEL”
on
Connecting Group 3 Fax Machine to TU-2500
TU-2500 can be used for sending and
cable to the RJ-11 interface
receiving
marked
fax
messages
when
connected to a Group 3 fax machine at
the RJ-11 interface. TU-2500 includes
2.
two RJ-11 interfaces. Group 3 fax
on
Connect the other end of the
RJ-11 cable to the Group 3
machine should be connected to the
fax machine.
RJ-11 interface marked “FAX/DATA”.
1.
“FAX/DATA”
TU-2500.
Note: Contact your service provider to
Plug one end of the RJ-11
check for Fax service on the SIM Card
Connecting a PC to TU-2500 through DTE port
You can use your TU-2500 for
serial c a b l e t o t h e DTE
connecting a PC through the DTE
i n t e r f a ce marked “DTE” on
interface on TU-2500.
1.
Warranty
interface of the phone.
should be connected to the RJ-11
Code Locking Function
includes
Extension
Supplementary
interfaces.
TU-2500.
Plug in one end of the serial
Note: Contact your service provider to
cable to the COM1 or COM2
check for Data service on the SIM Card
port of your PC.
2. Connect the other end of the
Connecting a PC to TU-2500 through Voice band modem
connected at the RJ-11
You can connect your PC to TU-2500
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cable.TU-2500
RJ-11
Connect the other end of the
cable to the RJ-11 interface
through a voice band modem
of TU-2500.
connected at the RJ-11 interface of
2.
TU-2500.
Plug in the other end of the
RJ-11
1. Plug in one end of the RJ-11
cable to voice band
modem (Internet modem).
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LED Indications
RJ-11
2.
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Installation Instructions
Thuraya Terminal in TU-2500
The LCD of embedded Thuraya terminal
is done successfully (There should be
(TU-2500 LCD) display will show “Fixed
maximum signal strength in the display,
Adapter”for few seconds if the operation
otherwise inform the service provider).
Receiving / Making Calls
You can receive and make calls using
GPS location is displayed).
TU-2500. Make sure that all these
4.
conditions are met before Making
strength is shown in the
/Receiving a call.
1.
TU-2500 LCD display.
SIM card is valid.
5.
TU-2500 is switched ON.
properly
3.
TU-2500 LCD display shows
manual.
“Fixed
Adapter”for
Getting Started
as
given
in
this
few
seconds (It may not show if
Important
normal working condition.
take up to ten seconds to reach the
Receiving Calls
The
incoming
calls
to
TU-2500 is
Extension phone.
indicated by,
1.
Receiving / Making Calls
All the connections are done
2.
When switched ON, TU-2500 will
Fax Message
Adequate satellite signal
2.
Ringing tone in the extension
You
phone.
calls at the extension phone.
can
accept
incoming
Pick up the handset of the
Making Calls
You can use the TU-2500 for making
keypad.
outgoing calls. Make sure that TU-2500
4.
Press # on the Extension
is activated before proceeding with the
phone keypad as the last
call.
digit.
1.
Pick up the handset of the
Extension phone.
Note: To make a call from an extension
2.
Wait for the dial tone.
phone, you must dial # as a last digit
3.
Dial the destination number
after the destination number. In this
on the Extension phone
case,
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Thuraya
terminal
will
call
5
Data Calls
seconds later, and in case of dialing *
instantly.
as a last digit, Thuraya terminal will call
Ending Calls
You can use TU-2500 for receiving and
through
sending fax messages. This can be
interface on TU-2500. For sending fax
done either by a group 3 fax machine
through
connected at the RJ-11 interface or
appropriate PC Fax Software installed.
a
PC,
PC
connected
your
PC
to
should
DTE
have
Receiving / Sending fax through fax machine
> Receiving Fax
1.
number followed by”#”.
Switch ON TU-2500.
5.
Press Fax start button.
Code Locking Function
Receiving / Sending Fax Message
Warranty
Place the handset of the extension phone on its cradle.
Note : A ring tone in the fax machine
indicates an incoming fax call.
E.g. 12345678#32#then FAX Start button
machine that connected to
The fax will be sent now.
RJ-11 interface
You must press the fax start button after
marked ”FAX /DATA” on
entering the second “#”
TU-2500.
> Important
> Sending Fax
The two digits dialed between the two
Switch
machine
on
group
3
fax
#s indicate the following.
connected
at
the
First digit 1, 2, or 3 will indicate the fax
RJ-11 interface of TU-2500
connection speed.
and place the fax sheet on
“1” indicates 2.4 Kbps speed.
the fax machine.
“2” indicates 4.8 Kbps speed.
2.
Switch ON TU-2500.
3.
Dial the destination number
Second digit 1 or 2 will indicate the call
followed by”#”
type.
4.
Dial
“3” indicates 9.6 Kbps speed.
the connection speed
Troubleshooting
1.
Supplementary
An example shown below:
Switch on group 3 fax
“1” indicates data call.
number with the call type
“2” indicates fax call.
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LED Indications
2.
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Receiving / Sending fax through PC
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interface.
You can send/receive fax through a PC
connected to the DTE interface.
> Sending Fax
1.
interface of TU-2500 or to the
For sending/receiving fax through PC,
voice band modem connected
you must have appropriate fax software
to TU-2500 RJ-11 interface
installed in your PC.
marked “Fax/Data”.
2.
Installation Instructions
Note
While
sending
fax
through
PC
Getting Started
Invoke the PC fax software.
4.
While
configuring
the
fax
software, select ‘fine’ as a
software should be configured in the
resolution.
class 2.0 mode.
5.
Enter the destination number.
E.g. 12345678
> Receiving Fax
1.
6.
Connect the PC to the DTE
2.
Switch ON TU-2500.
Activate the fax software.
4.
If there is no group 3 fax
or
PC
Enter the destination number.
E.g. 12345678
3.
machine
Select the document/file to be
sent.
7.
8.
Use the appropriate option in
the fax software to send the
connected
fax.
through voice band modem
Note: No need to dial #32# after
present at the RJ-11 interface
the destination number while using
of
fax on the PC.
TU-2500,
incoming
fax
calls will be received by the
Receiving / Making Calls
Switch ON TU-2500.
3.
connected at the DTE interface, the fax
interface of TU-2500.
Fax Message
Connect the PC to the DTE
> Important!
PC connected at the DTE
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Data Calls
Receiving / Sending Data Calls
Use TU-2500 for receiving and making
data calls. You can do this through a PC
Note:
connected at the DTE interface or
communication software should be set
through a PC connected via voice band
up the 19200bps (Baud rate of PC
modem at the RJ-11 interface. To
communication software should be set
receive/make
data
to
appropriate
data
by
a
PC,
communication
baud
19200bps
rate
both
in
of
PC
data
sender
and
recipient’s PC).
Warranty
calls
The
The PC connected through the voice
1. Connect PC through DTE
band modem at RJ-11 will receive the
interface.
data call by default. If voice band
2.
Switch ON TU-2500.
modem is not connected, then will
3.
Invoke the data communication
4.
You will hear a special signal
attempt to route the call to the PC
software.
connected at DTE. To receive a data call
the
PC
communication
appropriate
software
data
tone in the embedded thuraya
be
terminal when a data call is
should
running, e.g. Hyper terminal (default
coming through.
program available in Windows OS).
5.
The data will be received by the
communication software
(Look up the S/W guide book for the
Sending Data from PC
4.
1.
Switch ON TU-2500.
2.
Invoke the data communication
3.
Select the data file to be
sent.
5.
Use appropriate options in the
software in your PC.
data communication software
Dial the destination number
to send the file now
as shown below.
(Look up the S/W guide book
E.g. ATDT 12345678
for the specific explanation).
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Troubleshooting
specific explanation).
LED Indications
on
Supplementary
Receiving Data Calls
Code Locking Function
software should be installed in the PC.
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Sending data through the voice band modem
1.
Switch ON TU-2500.
2.
Invoke the data
> Important
communication software in
The two digits dialed between the two
your PC.
#s indicate the following.
3.
Dial the destination number
First digit 1, 2, or 3 will indicate the data
and then the speed of the
connection speed (baud rate).
data connection and type of
“1” indicates 2.4 kbps speed.
the call as shown below.
“2” indicates 4.8 kbps speed.
Fax Message
Receiving / Making Calls
Getting Started
Installation Instructions
E.g. 12345678#31#
“3” indicates 9.6 kbps speed.
4.
Select the data file to be
Second digit 1 or 2 will identify the call
sent.
type.
5.
Use appropriate options in
“1” indicates data call.
the
“2” indicates fax call.
data
communication
software to send the file now.
Code Locking Function
Extension phone is used for code
function
locking function which is supported by
connection but for TU-2500 which has
TU-2500. This code locking function is
the code locking function.
is
not
for
HHT
phone
operated by entering passwords. This
How to set up the Code Locking Function
The PIN Code of TU-2500 is set to
3. Hang up
“0000” as a default.
hearing
the phone after
the
beep
which
indicates that the PIN Code is
> How to enter the PIN Code
1.
successfully changed.
Connect the extension phone
to RJ-11 interface marked
> Enable PIN Code Locking Function
“EXT.TEL” on the TU-2500.
2.
1.
Connect the extension phone
Pick up the extension phone
to RJ-11 interface marked
handset.
“EXT.TEL” on the TU-2500.
Press “#*” → 0000 → * →
Pick up the extension phone
New Code (4 digit) → “*”
handset.
(ex. #*0000*1234*)
2. Press “**” → User Code →
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3.
Hang
hearing
up
successfully disabled.
the
the
Data Calls
“*” (ex. **1234*)
phone
beep
after
which
> How to Change the PIN Code
indicates that the PIN Code is
1.
successfully enabled.
Connect the extension phone
to RJ-11 interface marked
Pick up the extension phone
1. Connect the extension
handset.
2. Press “#*” → Old Code → *
phone to RJ-11 interface
→ New Code (4 digit) → “*”
marked “EXT.TEL” on the TU-
Warranty
“EXT.TEL” on the TU-2500.
> Disable PIN Code Locking Function
(ex. #*1234*5678*)
4.
phone handset.
Hang
up
the
phone
after
hearing the beep which
2. Press “*#” → User Code →
indicates that the PIN Code is
“*” (ex. *#1234*)
successfully changed.
3. Hang up the phone after
hearing the beep which
indicates that the PIN Code is
Code Locking Function
2500. Pick up the extension
FAX Call
Data Call
EXT. TEL interface
Telephone Number → #
FAX/DATA
FAX Number → # → 32 → # → Start Button
interface
PC FAX S/W : FAX Number
DTE interface
Running PC S/W
Data Call Number
FAX/DATA
Running PC S/W
interface
Data Call Number → # → 31 → #
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Troubleshooting
Voice Call
LED Indications
Calling Methods with PIN Code disabled
Supplementary
How to make a call
Introduction
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Installation Instructions
Getting Started
Receiving / Making Calls
Fax Message
Calling Methods with PIN Code enabled
Voice Call
EXT. TEL interface
PIN Code → * → Telephone Number → #
FAX Call
FAX/Data interface
PIN Code → * → FAX Number → # → 32 → # →
Start Button
PC FAX S/W : FAX Number
Data Call
DTE interface
Running PC S/W
Data Call Number
FAX/DATA
Running PC S/W
interface
PIN Code → * → Data Call Number → # → 31 → #
In the case of Forgetting the PIN Code
If you forget the PIN Code that you set
should remember the PIN Code you set
up, you should reset your TU-2500 by
up, and write it down in a safe place.
visiting the service center. So, you
Supplementary Services
There are a host of supplementary
TU-2500. Set these functions using the
services
Thuraya terminal.
supported
by
the
Thuraya
terminal, which are also supported by
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Data Calls
Troubleshooting
Warnings!
> Servicing
antenna gets damaged, please take it to
TU-2500 does not contain consumer
advised not to carry out any kind of
> General
troubleshooting. In case you face any
Do not place the TU-2500 in
problems, contact the nearest service
a wet area.
center.
Do not expose TU-2500 to
Only
authorized
service
personnel can repair the equipment.
temperatures
greater
than
+55° Celsius or less than 0°
> Antenna
Celsius.
Use only the antenna and cable that has
Do not expose TU-2500 to
been specifically designed for your
moisture, dust etc.
TU-2500. Unauthorized antenna, cable,
Avoid placing TU-2500 close
and
to open flames or any source
cable
length
modifications,
or
attachments could damage TU-2500
of heat.
and may violate the relevant regulations,
Do not expose TU-2500 to
causing loss of performance and radio
direct sunlight.
frequency
Do not disassemble TU-2500;
(RF)
energy
above
the
recommended limits. If your TU-2500’s
this will void your warranty.
Care and maintenance
TU-2500 is a product of superior design
and
craftsmanship
treated
with
care.
and
The
should
and warp or melt certain plastics.
be
following
Warranty
an authorized service provider.
are
Code Locking Function
You
Supplementary
components.
Do not attempt to open it. Mishandling
suggestions will help you to fulfill any
of the device may damage it.
warranty obligations and allow you to
enjoy this product for many years.
Do not drop, apply pressure or shake it.
Rough
Do not use or store TU-2500 in dusty,
handling
can
break
internal
circuit boards.
dirty areas.
Do
not
use
chemicals,
cleaning
Do not store it in hot areas. High
solvents, or strong detergents to clean
temperatures can shorten the life of
it. Wipe it smoothly with a soft cloth.
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serviceable
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LED Indications
electronic devices, damage batteries,
Introduction
Do not paint it. Paint can clog the
device’s
moving
parts
and
devices.
prevent
proper operation.
If the phone, battery, charger, or any
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accessory does not function properly,
Use only the supplied or an approved
take
replacement
Unauthorized
Service Center. The personnel there will
antennas, modifications or attachments
assist you, and if necessary, arrange for
could damage the phone and may
service.
violate
antenna.
regulations
regarding
it
to
your
nearest
Authorized
radio
Common Problems
TU-2500 should be switched
There is no enough satellite
ON
signal strength (Indicated in
Adapter”
the
LCD and power LED for few
LCD
display).
There
(indicated
by
message
“Fixed
on
the
should be a minimum of two
seconds on TU-2500).
bars
Connections are not proper
present.
Otherwise,
adjust the antenna properly).
and firm.
Receiving / Making Calls
Getting Started
The SIM card is invalid.
Problem
Unable to make/receive calls
- If Extension Phone is OK, then call the service
provider.
Unable to send/receive fax
through RJ-11
- Check and make sure that the RJ-11 interface is
connected properly.
- Check whether the fax machine is switched ON.
- Check whether the fax machine is functional.
Unable to Send/Receive fax
through PC
- Make sure that you have appropriate PC Fax
software installed in your system for receiving fax
through PC.
- Check parameters on the fax software that you are
using.
Unable to receive the fax
through RJ-11
Fax Message
Solution
- Check the RJ-11 connection
- Make sure that the group 3 fax is in the auto
response mode.
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Data Calls
LED Status
Indication
TU-2500 is powered ON.
Troubleshooting
Supplementary
Code Locking Function
is Red.
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LED Indications
The Power LED of TU-2500
Warranty
LED Indications
Warranty
Limited Warranty
TU-2500
This Limited Warranty is provided to the original purchaser of TU-2500. This Limited
Warranty is non-transferable in nature.
Warranty Coverage and Service
APSI warrants all new TU-2500 terminals to be free from defects in material and
workmanship under normal use and wear, for a period of one year (1 year) from the
date of purchase. If under normal use the product becomes defective in materials or
workmanship and is returned to an APSI Authorized Service Center during the warranty
period, the product will be repaired or replaced at no charge to the purchaser. The
purchaser shall be required to provide reasonable proof of the date of purchase of the
Product.
Repair or replacement of the Product is subject to APSI System Design’s sole and
exclusive option. Reconditioned replacement components, parts, units, or materials
may be used if the Product is repaired or replaced. Cost incurred in the removal, deinstallation or reinstallation of the Product are not covered.
This Limited Warranty will be void in its entirety if the Product is serviced by anyone
other than APSI or an APSI Authorized Service Center. The User’s sole and exclusive
remedy shall be repair or replacement of the Product. APSI neither assumes nor
authorizes any Authorized Service Center or any other person or entity to assume any
other obligation or liability beyond that which has been specified in this Limited
Warranty.
Limitation of Liability
All liability and obligations of APSI under this Limited Warranty shall terminate on the
completion of the warranty period of one year, calculated from the date of purchase
of the Product by the original purchaser. The purchaser shall fill in the warranty card
attached in the User Manual and get it duly stamped and signed by the Dealer as
proof of purchase. This limited warranty sets forth the entire responsibility of APSI with
respect to the product. There are no other liabilities of APSI arising from the sale of
the Product whether based on warranty, contract, negligence or any other theories of
liability.
This Warranty does not cover the following
APSI will not be responsible for products or accessories not manufactured or provided
by APSI. APSI will not take responsibility for the failures caused by misuse, accident,
alteration or neglect, removal or repair, neglect or failure to follow instructions as to
installation and maintenance, fire, flood or other natural calamities. APSI will not
guarantee the performance of the Product when used in combination with other
products or equipment.
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